John "Hickory John" Chisam

Male 1780 - 1855  (74 years)


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  1. 1.  John "Hickory John" Chisam was born 30 Nov 1780, York County, South Carolina (son of John "Blind John" Chisholm and Sarah Harris); died 0___ 1855, White County, Tennessee; was buried Chisam Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.

    Other Events:

    • Alt Birth: 30 Nov 1779, Spartanburg County, South Carolina

    Notes:

    Birth: Nov. 30, 1779
    Spartanburg County
    South Carolina, USA
    Death: 1855
    White County
    Tennessee, USA


    Family links:
    Spouse:
    Mary Ann Harris Chisam (1782 - 1891)

    Children:
    Overton D Chisam (1811 - 1883)*
    John H. Chisam (1816 - 1863)*
    William M Chisam (1822 - 1905)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Burial:
    Chisam Cemetery
    White County
    Tennessee, USA

    Created by: Graveyard Shift
    Record added: Apr 20, 2010
    Find A Grave Memorial# 51411260

    end

    John married Mary Ann "Polly" Harris 0___ 1804, Spartanburg County, South Carolina. Mary (daughter of Jonathan Harris and Margarette Patterson) was born 23 Feb 1782, Virginia; died 22 Aug 1869, White County, Tennessee; was buried Chisam Cemetery, White County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. Preston Chisum was born 0___ 1808, White County, Tennessee.
    2. Overton DeWeese Chisam was born 11 Feb 1811, (White County) Tennessee; died 5 Jan 1883, Walling, White County, Tennessee; was buried Chisam Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.
    3. John Hickory Chisum, Jr. was born 0___ 1814, White County, Tennessee; died 0___ 1863, Missouri.
    4. William M. Chisam was born 7 Dec 1822, White County, Tennessee; died 4 Dec 1905, White County, Tennessee; was buried William Chisam Cemetery, Walling, White County, Tennessee.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  John "Blind John" Chisholm was born 1 Jan 1756, Amelia County, Virginia (son of James Chisholm and Barbara Estes); died 15 Jun 1829, Marion, Madison County, Alabama.

    Other Events:

    • Military: Revolutionary War Patriot

    Notes:

    So named as he lost his eyesight during the Revolution... http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/h/i/Michael-Chism/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0584.html

    http://www.tngenweb.org/revwar/counties/white.htm

    SC Line, sol's only heir, Nancy FISHER stated 5 Sep 1855 that he died 15 Jun 1829 in AL leaving a widow Sarah who d 30 Aug 1848 in White Co, TN. He and wife had 7 children, to wit: Nancy FISHER, John, Chisam [sic], Rachel RIDDLES, Polly PULLEN, Betsy BURNSIDES, Sarah CHISAM & Frances HATELY & all were dec'd in 1855 except Nancy FISHER. He and wife had married in Spartansburg Dist, SC in 1774. A Mary CHISAM stated in Aug 1855 that she was a widow of one of his sons & that she drew a pension as only heir of Jonathan & Margaret HARRIS. (RW Pension File R1932) See also RW Jonathan HARRIS below.

    - "Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files", p. 625, provided by Woodrow Barnes & Family.

    "CHISAM, John, Sarah, R1932, SC Line, sol's only heir Nancy Fisher stated 5 Sep 1855 that sold 15 Jun 1829 in AL leaving a widow Sarah who died 30 Aug 1848 in White Cty TN, sol & wife had 7 children, to wit;

    Nancy Fisher,
    John Chisam,
    Rachel Riddles,
    Polly Pullen,
    Betsy Burnsides,
    Sarah Chisam &
    Frances Hatley,

    all were dec'd in 1855 except Nancy Fisher, sol & wife m in Spartanburg Dist SC in 1774,a Mary Chisam stated in Aug 1855 that she was a widow of one of sol's sons & that she drew a pension as only heir of Jonathan & Margaret Hanis."


    16 Jun 2007

    http://genforum.genealogy.com/harris/messages/10166.html

    Re: HARRIS/MIDDLETON/ORSO Washington Co.,MS
    Posted by: Audrey Young Date: March 13, 2001 at 05:57:05
    In Reply to: Re: HARRIS/MIDDLETON/ORSO Washington Co.,MS by Nancy Benson of 20799


    John Chisholm was the oldest son of David and Ann Chisholm and was born about 1730 in Hanover Co. VA. His marriage to Sarah Harris produced 12 Chism children: William, Rachel, Polly, "Hickory John", Betsy, Elisha, Elijah, Gatewood, Frances, Sarah, Nancy, James. I didn't realize I mistyped the date their son William Chisholm married Ann Praytor about 1793 -- not 1703. I'm still looking for parents of Sarah Harris and of Mary Middleton, who married 1760 William Praytor in SC. Does your line connect to these family surnames? Audrey

    More...Slate of issue: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/h/i/Michael-Chism/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0584.html


    Posted By: William Chisholm; chishwl@otelco.net
    Email: chishwl@otelco.net
    Subject: "Blind John" Chisholm/Chisum/etc--"New Information"
    Post Date: February 10, 2008 at 09:56:58
    Message URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/chisholm/messages/1661.html
    Forum: Chisholm Family Genealogy Forum
    Forum URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/chisholm/


    Recently, while tracking down one of the many Johns, I ran across the following information in the records of Madison Co, AL.

    Letters of Administration for the estate of one John Chisolm were issued to a Lazarus Vann on 8/16/1830. These letters were issued with the consent of the widow, Sarah. John died intestate.

    Filtering thru the notes and letters, I found the heirs to be: Sarah (widow), John Chisolm Jr., William Chisolm Sr, Isham Pullen, Alfred Marrow, Andrew Burnside, and Nancy Fisher. Nancy Fisher, and John Chisum had a letter written from White Co, Tn to the judge of probate requesting that slaves Hannah (old woman) and Dolly (girl), part of the estate of John Chisolm, be sold and the proceeds of the sale be divided among the heirs.

    A LeRoy Chisum, who apparently lived in Madison Co, Al attached his concurrence. (Sarah, Nancy, and LeRoy can not write). LeRoy's concurrence is dated April or Aug. 18, 1832. One William L. Chisam charged the estate 2.00 for bringing the slaves to Huntsville on 7/2/1832. Around this time, Sarah, the widow, had a letter written to the judge of probate asking that the judge provide her with the status of the settlement of the estate, stating that she had not received a single penny from the estate of her husband and that she had sent a letter to the administrator but not heard from him. She also stated that her husband had promised that she would be able to keep the slaves to "wate" on her during her old age.

    Soon after the letter was received, the judge ordered the sherriff to have Mr Van bring all records of the estate to court. No mention of the disposition or fate of Mr Vann is mentioned. I recoginized this John to be "Blind John" because several years ago I had read of his daughter's troubles in applying for his Revoloutionary War Pension.

    "Blind John" is listed, in most accounts, as having died in Perry Co, AL but it is apparent he died in Madison Co, AL It could be that he was a resident of Perry Co and happened to die in Madison Co. That may be why $2.00 was charged to bring the slaves to Huntsville. No records I have seen show the first names of John's son in laws, Burnside and Pullen. I think this record in Madison Co makes those name clear. Alfred Marrow may be another son in law.

    The file in Madison Co, AL has the estate sale, listing all property sold and to whom. There are also several slips of paper where Mr Vann made charges to the estate for "services" and one page which was faded and unreadable.

    There was no charge for transportation of the body so I assume John was buried in Madison Co or someone transported his body free of charge to "wherever". There is a charge of $2.00 for a casket.

    Hope this is helpful to you "Blind John" folks. BTW the spelling of the name Chisolm is all over the lot. Chisolm,Chisum,Chism,Chisam,etc. Seems that none could read or write.

    W.L. Chisholm

    end



    I have a tree at ancestry.com. Here is the link:

    My Grandmother was Clara Emmalynn Chisam from her you can follow the Chisam line to Overton (and his brothers) and beyond. As you will see in the tree,Overton, John and Preston Chisam (all brothers) married the three Hash sisters Celia, Matilda and Cynthia respectively.

    I have been told by other researchers that at the time the two families properties were adjacent to each other.

    There has been some controversy over the lineage of John “Blind John” Chisholm. Some say he descended from David and Adam Chisholm but that is another John Chisholm. There were so many John Chisholm’s that it is easy to muddle the lines. I’m certain of my research with Richard Cheesome (various spellings) being the patriarch of my clan lineage.

    If for any reason this doesn’t give you the information you seek then let me know.

    I have seen the sight you referenced and it looks like an old email of mine is with Mary Elizabeth Spencer. My Hennessee/Spencer line is also detailed in my tree with Mary Spencer marrying James Walker (in Georgia) and I have lots of other Walkers as well.

    Happy New Year to you too!

    Julia Bond

    end

    Letters of Administration for the estate of one John Chisolm were issued to a Lazarus Vann on 8/16/1830. These letters were issued with the consent of the widow, Sarah. John died intestate. Filtering thru the notes and letters, I found the heirs to be: Sarah (widow), John Chisolm Jr., William Chisolm Sr, Isham Pullen (son-in-law?), Alfred Marrow (son-in-law?), Andrew Burnside (son-in-law?), and Nancy Fisher.

    Nancy Fisher, and John Chisum had a letter written from White Co, Tn to the judge of probate requesting that slaves Hannah (old woman) and Dolly (girl), part of the estate of John Chisolm, be sold and the proceeds of the sale be divided among the heirs.

    A LeRoy Chisum, who apparently lived in Madison Co, AL attached his concurrence. (Sarah, Nancy, and LeRoy can not write). LeRoy's concurrence is dated April or Aug. 18, 1832.

    One William L. Chisam charged the estate 2.00 for bringing the slaves to Huntsville on 7/2/1832.

    Around this time, Sarah, the widow, had a letter written to the judge of probate asking that the judge provide her with the status of the settlement of the estate, stating that she had not received a single penny from the estate of her husband and that she had sent a letter to the administrator but not heard from him. She also stated that her husband had promised that she would be able to keep the slaves to "wate" on her during her old age. Soon after the letter was received, the judge ordered the sheriff to have Mr Van bring all records of the estate to court. No mention of the disposition or fate of Mr Vann is mentioned.

    This John is believed to be "Blind John" because whose daughter had troubles in applying for his Revolutionary War Pension.

    " Blind John" is listed, in most accounts, as having died in Perry Co, AL but it is apparent he died in Madison Co, AL It could be that he was a resident of Perry Co and happened to die in Madison Co. That may be why $2.00 was charged to bring the slaves to Huntsville.

    The file in Madison Co, AL has the estate sale, listing all property sold and to whom. There are also several slips of paper where Mr Vann made charges to the estate for "services" and one page is faded and unreadable.

    There was no charge for transportation of the body so probably John was buried in Madison Co or someone transported his body free of charge to "wherever." There is a charge of $2.00 for a casket.

    Hope this is helpful to you "Blind John" folks. BTW the spelling of the name Chisolm is all over the lot. Chisolm,Chisum,Chism,Chisam,etc. Seems that none could read or write. .

    Research by: W.L. Chisholm and posted on ancestry.com message board 10 Feb 2008 6:00PM GMT

    end

    Died:
    intestate...

    John married Sarah Harris 0___ 1774, Tryon, Polk County, North Carolina. Sarah was born 0___ 1756, York County, South Carolina; died 30 Aug 1848, Sparta, White County, Tennessee. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Sarah Harris was born 0___ 1756, York County, South Carolina; died 30 Aug 1848, Sparta, White County, Tennessee.

    Notes:

    23 Nov 2007: Clues...

    Posted By: Audrey Young
    Email: acpyoung@yahoo.com
    Subject: Re: Harris - Chism
    Post Date: June 03, 2006 at 09:19:06
    Message URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/harris/messages/19981.html
    Forum: Harris Family Genealogy Forum
    Forum URL: http://genforum.genealogy.com/harris/

    It is a small world. If I can't find my ancestors in the normal way, I tend to go up and see if there is a downward connection. In my family notes I had written:

    "I haven’t been able to prove the parents of Sarah. A number of years ago, another researcher reported her as the daughter of James and Sarah Harris of St. Martin’s Parish, Virginia.
    27 April 1766 James and Sarah Harris of St. Martin's Parish, Louisa County, Virginia [formerly Hanover County] lived on a branch of Long Creek beside Waddy, Pope, Marks, Jones and Sharp – selling this property 11 August 1766 [Louisa County Deeds 1759-1774 by Davis]

    One line that has been well researched from immigrants Capt. Thomas and Adria Harris was through their son Robert Harris who married Mary Clairborn; and their grandson William and Temperance Harris. William and Temperance Harris had children: Benjamin, Robert, William, Jr., John, James and Jemima. Several members of this family are found in the records of the Hanover County area."

    I'm trying to prove or disprove my Samuel Howell, whose sons, David and Reece, settled in Lincoln County, TN is the same man as the Rev. Samuel Howell.

    If I find a good lead, will let you know.

    Audrey

    Children:
    1. 1. John "Hickory John" Chisam was born 30 Nov 1780, York County, South Carolina; died 0___ 1855, White County, Tennessee; was buried Chisam Cemetery, White County, Tennessee.
    2. Nancy Chisum was born 0___ 1791, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; died 0Dec 1858, White County, Tennessee; was buried Fisher Cemetery, DeKalb County, Tennessee.
    3. Rachel Chisholm died BY 1855.
    4. (Martha) Polly Chisholm died BY 1855.
    5. Elizabeth "Betsy" Chisholm died BY 1855.
    6. Sarah Chisholm died BY 1855.
    7. Frances Chisholm died BY 1855.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  James Chisholm was born 0___ 1734, Caroline County, Virginia (son of John Chisum, III and Elleanor Gillentine); died 0___ 1786, (Caroline County, Virginia).

    Other Events:

    • Alt Death: 0___ 1786, White County, Tennessee

    Notes:

    11.JAMES5 CHISUM (JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Abt. 1734 in St. Marg's Par, VA, Caroline Co., USA, and died 1786 in White Co. TN.He married (1) BARBARY ESTES, daughter of THOMAS ESTES.She was born 1732 in Amelia Co. VA.He married (2) UNKNOWN SECOND WIFE.He married (3) BARBARA ROGERS.

    Children of JAMES CHISUM and BARBARY ESTES are:

    i. JR. JAMES THOMAS6 CHISUM, b. October 16, 1754, ,VA, Amelia Co., USA; d. July 07, 1819, ,KY, Barren Co., USA.
    ii. JOHN CHISUM, (BLIND JOHN), b. 1756, ,VA, Amelia Co., USA; d. June 15, 1829, Marion, AL, Perry Co., AL.
    iii. ADAM CHISUM, b. 1758, Possibly Amelia Co. VA; d. Abt. 1817, Union Co. SC.
    iv. MARTHA (MARGARET) CHISUM, b. Bet. 1761 - 1770; m. ROBERT NEELY, September 30, 1790, Halifax Co. VA; b. Abt. 1767.
    v. EDMUND CHISUM, b. 1763, Possibly Amelia Co. VA; m. POLLY CHANDLER, October 20, 1785.
    vi. ELLENDER GILLINGTON CHISUM, b. 1773, ,VA, Halifax Co., USA; d. 1855, Montecello, GA, Wilkes Co., USA.

    end of data

    Birth:
    in St. Margaret's Parish...

    James married Barbara Estes (Caroline County) Virginia. Barbara (daughter of Thomas Estes and Ann Rogers) was born ~ 1729, Caroline County, Virginia; died Halifax County, Virginia. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Barbara Estes was born ~ 1729, Caroline County, Virginia (daughter of Thomas Estes and Ann Rogers); died Halifax County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Alt Birth: 0___ 1732, Amelia County, Virginia

    Children:
    1. James Thomas Chisholm was born 16 Oct 1754, Amelia County, Virginia; died 7 Jul 1819, Barren County, Kentucky.
    2. 2. John "Blind John" Chisholm was born 1 Jan 1756, Amelia County, Virginia; died 15 Jun 1829, Marion, Madison County, Alabama.
    3. Adam Chisum was born 0___ 1758, (Amelia County) Virginia Colony.
    4. Martha Chisum was born 1761-1770.
    5. Edmund Chisum was born 0___ 1763, (Amelia County) Virginia Colony.
    6. Ellender Gillington Chisum was born 0___ 1773, (Amelia County) Virginia Colony; died 0___ 1855, Monticello, Wilkes County, Georgia.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  John Chisum, III was born ~ 1704, Amelia County, Virginia (son of John Chisum, Sr. and Elizabeth Bradley); died 9 Oct 1792, Amelia County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Will: 28 Sep 1792, Amelia County, Virginia
    • Probate: 24 Jan 1793, Amelia County, Virginia

    Notes:

    "In the name of God Amen, I John Chisum of Amelia County being of sound mind and memory do Constitute Make and Ordain this to be my last Will and Testament as follows --

    I give and devise to my Son and Law William Pattello and his Heirs forever a Certain trac or parcel of Land bound as follow Beginning at a Path by Jose Hillsmans line thence along the said line to a corner and from thence along the line formly John Hughes Sen then nearly a westerly Course (to) the large county Road thence down the said Road to Elford Booker line to a corner pine on Obadiah Chisum's line from then along the said Chisum's line to the beginning for fifty acres to be the same more or less...

    I give and devise unto my loving wife Ellender all my moveable Estate to dispose of as she thinks Proper after my Death.

    Lastly I Appoint my Wife Executrix and William Pattello Executers of this my last Will and Testament in Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal this 28th day of September 1792.


    John Chisum seal


    Signed Sealed & Published
    in presence of us

    Blackburn Hughes
    Thomas Tabb
    David Allen


    At a Court held for Amelia County the 24th day of January 1793 the Last Will and Testament of John Chisum dec'd was exhibited into Court and proved by the Oath of Blackburn Hughes one of the witnesses thereto Subscribed and was ordered to be Certified and at another Court held for the said County the 28th February 1793 the same was further proved by the Oath of David Allen another Witness thereto subscribed and was Ordered to be Recorded."

    end of text

    Birth:
    in St. John's Parish...

    John married Elleanor Gillentine ~ 1730, Amelia County, Virginia. Elleanor (daughter of Nicholas Gillentine, The Immigrant and Mary Eleanor Eckolls) was born ~ 1716, King William County, Virginia Colony; died 0Apr 1804, Amelia County, Virginia. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Elleanor Gillentine was born ~ 1716, King William County, Virginia Colony (daughter of Nicholas Gillentine, The Immigrant and Mary Eleanor Eckolls); died 0Apr 1804, Amelia County, Virginia.
    Children:
    1. John Chisum was born ~ 1732, St. Margaret's Parish, Caroline County, Virginia; died Bef 1789.
    2. 4. James Chisholm was born 0___ 1734, Caroline County, Virginia; died 0___ 1786, (Caroline County, Virginia).
    3. Elizabeth Chisum was born ~ 1736, St. Margaret's Parish, Caroline County, Virginia; died Bef 1795, Logan County, Kentucky.
    4. Absalom Chisum was born 0___ 1740.
    5. Adam Chisum was born 0___ 1742.
    6. Elijah James Chisum, Sr. was born 0___ 1744, Amelia County, Virginia; died 0___ 1818, Sparta, White County, Tennessee; was buried Walker Cemetery, Sparta, White County, Tennessee.
    7. Isham Chisum was born 0___ 1746.
    8. Chloe Chisum was born 0___ 1748.
    9. Anna Chisum was born 0___ 1750.
    10. Priscilla Chisum was born 0___ 1750.
    11. Obediah Chisum was born 12 Jan 1767, Amelia County, Virginia; died 18 Jan 1837, Springfield, Robertson County, Tennessee.
    12. Sarah Chisum was born ~ 1770, Amelia County, Virginia; died Bef 1804, Kentucky.

  3. 10.  Thomas Estes was born 0___ 1688, King and Queen County, Virginia (son of Abraham Estes, The Immigrant and Barbara LNU); died 14 Jun 1745, Caroline County, Virginia.

    Notes:

    Thomas Estes
    Born 1688 in St Stephens Parish, King Queen, Virginiamap
    ANCESTORS ancestors
    Son of Abraham Estes and Barbara (Unknown) Estes
    Brother of Phillip Estes, Sylvester Estes, Samuel Estes, Susannah (Estes) Poore, Mary Estes [half], Robert Estes, Abraham Estes II, Richard Estes, John Estes, Mary Estes [half], Elisha Estes, Sarah Estes, John Estes, Moses Estes, Barbara Estes and Micajah Estes [half]
    Husband of Ann (Rogers) Estes — married 1717 in Caroline County, Virginiamap
    DESCENDANTS descendants
    Father of John Estes I, Thomas Estes, Barbara (Estes) Chisum, Mary Estes, Sarah Estes and Thomas Estes
    Died 14 Jun 1745 in Caroline County, Virginiamap
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    Contents

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    1 Biography
    1.1 Source
    2 Reba Family Tree_2011-03-12.ged Data
    2.1 Gedcom Sources

    Biography

    Thomas Estes (son of Abraham Estes and Barbara Brock) was born 1688 in King & Queen Co, VA, and died 14 June 1745 in Caroline Co, VA. In 1717 he married Ann Rogers, b. ca. 1687, in Caroline County, Virginia. They had five children together:

    Thomas J ESTES [Jr] b: 1723 in Caroline Co., Virginia
    John Coleman ESTES b: 27 DEC 1725 in Caroline Co., Virginia
    Mary ESTES b: ABT 1731 in Caroline Co., Virginia
    Sarah ESTES b: ABT 1733 in Caroline Co., Virginia
    Barbara ESTES b: ABT 1729 in Caroline Co., Virginia
    Thomas Estes died in June 1745 at his plantation in Caroline County, Virginia. His will was proven June 14, 1744 there. His wife, Ann (Rogers) Estes survived him by less than a year.

    It has been said that Thomas Estes married (1) Hannah Allen. He (definitely) married (2) Ann Rogers in 1717 and she was his widow.

    GENEALOGICAL NOTE: The most-researched and authoritative contemporary genealogy of the Abraham Estes (immigrant from Kent to Virginia ca. 1674) family states that Thomas Estes never married Hannah Allen. This is an error made by an early family genealogist. All of the Estes children were by his only wife, Ann (Rogers) Estes.

    The "real" Hannah Allen was born in NC in 1744 and she married Thomas Estes (1742-1820), who was the nephew of Thomas Estes in 1758; they lived in Chester County, South Carolina; she died there in 1831. Her husband, Thomas Estes, died there in 1820.[1]

    As I can find NO parents or birth or marriage source for Hannah Allen as the profile is currently written (with her born in 1687 in VA), I am separating her from Estes-46. If and when credible sources are found that link her to Estes-46, she can be re-connected. Added by Chet Snow May 12, 2105.

    Source

    ? Descendants of Abraham Estes. Article on a very-comprehensive web page. Unfortunately, the way the text is displayed (Gedcom format), you must scroll down half the page to find this data under "Abraham Estes Jr". Added by Chet Snow, May 12, 2015.
    See also:

    Descendants of Abraham Estes. Article on a very-comprehensive web page titled: "The Estes/Eastes Files". Unfortunately, the way the text is displayed (Gedcom format), you must scroll down half the page to find this data under "Abraham Estes Jr"
    Mactyre, Seward, Butler, Chrystal, King Family. Repeats Hannah Allen error; otherwise good list of Thomas Estes' children.
    Thomas Estes on Geni.com. Repeats Hannah Allen error.
    Reba Family Tree_2011-03-12.ged Data

    WikiTree profile Estes-46 was created through the import of Reba Family Tree_2011-03-12.ged on 13 March 2011. The following data was included in the gedcom.

    Name: Thomas /Estes/
    Source: #S100 - http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=7547870&pid=-949951105
    Source: #S128 Database online: Record for Ann Rogers
    Birth Date: 1688 - Place: St Stephens, King Queen, Virginia
    Source: #S128 Database online: Record for Ann Rogers
    Death Date: 14 JUN 1745 - Place: Caroline, Virginia
    Source: #S128 Database online: Record for Ann Rogers
    Gedcom Sources

    Source S100
    Title: Ancestry Family Trees
    Publication: Name: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members.;
    Repository: #R1
    Repository R1
    Name: http://www.Ancestry.com

    end

    Thomas ESTES (abt.1688-1744/1745) of King + Queen Co, VA; Caroline Co, VA 1733;
    :. Spotsylvania Co, VA, 1734,1735; Caroline Co, VA 1739-1744; d.Caroline Co, VA
    :. [1-2,4,6,12,16,23,47,48,53,57,84,121,132,219,274,276,463,651,813,864,1259,1284]
    :. (sources [132,276] claims a 1st marriage to Hannah Allen in 1717, died 1725,
    :. Hannah Allen was actually the wife of Thomas Estes, son of Abraham Jr.
    :. +Ann ROGERS (1687-1745); 1717, Caroline Co, VA [1,2,4,12,16,48,53,121,132,219,274,813]
    :..
    Thomas ESTES Jr. (1717/1723-aftr.1785) of Caroline Co, VA; Spotsylvania Co, VA 1743;
    :.. Caroline Co, VA 1744-1747; Spotsylvania Co, VA 1749-1756; Orange Co, VA 1756-1757,1765;
    :.. Spotsylvania Co, VA 1757-1785; Captain [53,83,121,132,401,463,651,681,813,814,1259]
    :.. ([121] does not give a dob, but claims is eldest child. Poss. b.1717?
    :.. [83] is unsourced and gives 1723. [53] & [132] give 1727, but this is
    :.. contrary to the eldest child claim in [121]. According to a deed, Thomas Jr
    :.. was the eldest son.[463] Was involved in court action in 1745, thus was 21 or
    :.. more and so born 1724 or earlier.[813]
    :.. +Catherine HENSLEY (?-aftr.1778) [83,132,401,463,651,814,1259]
    :...
    John ESTES (1745-1799) of Caroline Co, VA; Orange Co, NC 1773, 1779, 1786;
    :... d.Orange Co, NC [15,83,121,274,306,358,401,463,651,783,788,791,814]
    :... +Eliza CARVER (1759-1845); 1780, Orange Co, NC [15,274,306,358]

    end of text

    Birth: 1688
    King and Queen County
    Virginia, USA
    Death: Jun. 14, 1745
    Caroline County
    Virginia, USA




    Thomas Estes
    Sex: M
    Birth: 1688 in King and Queen Co, VA (Culpepper Co.
    Death: 14 Jun 1745 in Caroline Co. VA

    Father: Abraham Estes b: 1647 in Nonington, Kent, England
    Mother: Barbara Brock b: 1662 in King and Queen Co. VA

    Marriage 1 Ann Rogers b: 1687
    Married: 1717 in Caroline Co. VA

    Children
    John Estes Sr. b: 27 Dec 1725 in Caroline Co. VA
    Thomas Estes b: 1727 in Caroline Co. VA
    Barbara Estes b: 1729 in Caroline Co. VA
    Mary Estes b: 1731 in Caroline Co. VA
    Sarah Estes b: 1733 in Caroline Co. VA


    Family links:
    Parents:
    Abraham Estes (1647 - 1720)
    Barbara Brock Estes (1662 - 1720)

    Spouse:
    Ann Rogers Estes (1687 - 1745)*

    Children:
    John Estes (1725 - 1778)*

    Sibling:
    Thomas Estes (1688 - 1745)
    Richard Estes (1699 - 1744)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Burial:
    Unknown

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    Thomas married Ann Rogers 0___ 1717, Caroline County, Virginia. Ann was born 0___ 1690, Caroline County, Virginia; died 0___ 1745, Caroline County, Virginia. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Ann Rogers was born 0___ 1690, Caroline County, Virginia; died 0___ 1745, Caroline County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Elizabeth Ann Rogers
    • Alt Birth: 0___ 1687

    Children:
    1. Thomas J. Estes was born 0___ 1723, Caroline County, Virginia, British Colonies of North America.
    2. John Estes, Sr. was born 27 Dec 1725, Caroline County, Virginia, British Colonies of North America; died 0___ 1778.
    3. 5. Barbara Estes was born ~ 1729, Caroline County, Virginia; died Halifax County, Virginia.
    4. Mary Estes was born ~ 1731, Caroline County, Virginia, British Colonies of North America.
    5. Sarah Estes was born ~ 1733, Caroline County, Virginia, British Colonies of North America.


Generation: 5

  1. 16.  John Chisum, Sr. was born 0___ 1681, Lancaster County, Virginia (son of James Chisam and Anne Carter); died 0___ 1734, Caroline County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: John Chisholm
    • Also Known As: John Chism

    Notes:

    3144.[John] Chisum, [I], born Abt. 1681 in Lancaster Co., VA; died 1734 in Caroline Co., VA.He was the son of 6288. [James] Chisum and 6289. [Ann Carter].He married 3145. [Elizabeth Bradley] Abt. 1703 in Richmond Co., VA. 3145.[Elizabeth Bradley], born Abt. 1683; died Unknown.She was the daughter of 6290. [Thomas Bradley, III] and 6291. ?.

    Children of [John] Chisum and [Elizabeth Bradley] are:

    1572 i. [John] Chisum, [II], born Abt. 1704 in St. John's Par., Amelia Co., VA; died October 09, 1792 in Amelia Co., VA; married [Ellender Gillington] Abt. 1730 in Amelia Co., VA.
    ii. William Chisum, born in [Amelia Co.], VA; died Unknown.

    end

    John Chisholm (son of James Chisholm and Anne Carter) was born 1681 in Lancaster, Virginia Colonies, and died April 1773 in Virginia Colonies.He married Elizabeth Bradley, daughter of Thomas Bradley.

    Includes NotesNotes for John Chisholm:

    Received this from Jetta Chism McCool--no reference page, but copied from printed book:

    John Chism of Amelia, bor about 1704, maried about 1730, died in Amelia Co. Va, Oct. 9, 1792, was the son of John Chism of Caroline County, VA. and his wife Elizabeth Bradley.

    His birth place was Polecat Creek in the Mattapony River Valley in Old St. John's Parish, which was divided in 1720 leaving the Chism Plantation in St. Margarets's Parish,.

    Until 1727 the plitical subdivision was King William County.

    Young John received a good education, studying probablywith the Rev. James Marye, "a scholarly Huguenot" who had an academy in nearby Fredricksburg. (J. T. Duke, Kenmore and the Lewises, P. 21).

    Later on, the great George Washington and his sister Betty went to this same school. John's practical training, however, must have come from his lawyer father and from his uncle, James Chism, who was employed as secretery, rent collector, and entry-taker for Gov. Spotswood and for Sir
    Thomas Fox.

    This James Chism is the ancestor of the central Ky. Chisholms.

    The children of John and Ellender Chism moved from South-western Va. to southern Ky. settling in the Cumberland River Valley. This was before the danger of Indian Raids had ceased

    Children of John Chisholm and Elizabeth Bradley are:

    +John Chisholm, b. Abt. 1704, St. Johns Parish, Amelia County, Virginia, d. October 09, 1792, Amelia County, Virginia.

    John married Elizabeth Bradley ~ 1704, Richmond County, Virginia. Elizabeth (daughter of Thomas Bradley, III, The Immigrant and Alice Damton) was born 1681-1683, Richmond County, Virginia; died 0___ 1711, (Richmond County) Virginia. [Group Sheet]


  2. 17.  Elizabeth Bradley was born 1681-1683, Richmond County, Virginia (daughter of Thomas Bradley, III, The Immigrant and Alice Damton); died 0___ 1711, (Richmond County) Virginia.

    Notes:

    3145.[Elizabeth Bradley], born Abt. 1683; died Unknown.She was the daughter of 6290. [Thomas Bradley, III] and 6291. ?.

    Children of [John] Chisum and [Elizabeth Bradley] are:

    [John] Chisum, [II], born Abt. 1704 in St. John's Par., Amelia Co., VA; died October 09, 1792 in Amelia Co., VA; married [Ellender Gillington] Abt. 1730 in Amelia Co., VA.
    ii. William Chisum, born in [Amelia Co.], VA; died Unknown.

    end

    Elizabeth Chisum (Bradley)
    Birthdate: 1681 (30)
    Birthplace: Richmond County, Virginia, Colonial America
    Death: Died 1711 in Virginia, Colonial America

    Immediate Family:

    Daughter of Thomas Johannes Bradley, III and Alice Bradley
    Wife of John Chisum, I
    Mother of John Chisum, II and William Chisholm
    Sister of Lawrence Bradley, I; John Bradley; Thomas Bradley and Mary Bradley
    Managed by: Jukka Tapani Salakari
    Last Updated: November 27, 2016

    end

    Children:
    1. 8. John Chisum, III was born ~ 1704, Amelia County, Virginia; died 9 Oct 1792, Amelia County, Virginia.
    2. William Chisum was born (Amelia County, Virginia).

  3. 18.  Nicholas Gillentine, The Immigrant was born 28 Nov 1676, Thurland Castle, Tunstall, Lancashire, England; was christened 24 Dec 1676 (son of John Girlington and Margaret Curwen); died 0___ 1773, Halifax County, Virginia, British Colony of America; was buried Halifax County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Nicholas Gillington
    • Residence: Bef 1698, Thurland Castle, Tunstall, Lancashire, England
    • Residence: Aft 1698, Hornby Hall, Brougham, Penrith, Cumbria, England
    • Emigration: ~ 1706, Hornby Hall, Cumbria, England to Halifax County, Virginia
    • Will: 21 Oct 1772, (Halifax, Halifax County, Virginia)
    • Probate: 16 Dec 1773, Halifax County, Virginia

    Notes:

    [Lila Garner]

    Nicholas GILLENTINE was born about 1676 in England, and had immigrated to Virginia by about 1710, when he married Eleanor Echols. Francis Gill[1] writes,

    "I am very confident of the information back from us [he brings some lines of descendancy lines down to the present {about 2000}, but our line enters the family with Richard and Sarah (Hillsman) Borum] to Nicholas Gillentine, because I have done the research myself.

    "Nicholas Gillentine" seems to be the immigrant for the family. There are no others of the surname, or likeness of that surname, in Virginia earlier. His birth year does fit the second marriage of John Girlington [the man thought to be his father]…. As with other cases in genealogy, a ‘leap of faith’ is required."

    Two things make it certain that Nicholas Gillentine was the immigrant: Francis found no others of that surname or likeness of that surname, in Virginia, earlier than or contemporaneous with Nicholas; and Echols[2] signed a family genealogy[3] on 14 June 1850, in which he writes in his own quaint style,

    "Old English John Echols--had 3 Daughters which I would have inserted had Known enough about them to give any satisfactory account of them---I only Know they married Outlandish men-one an Englishman named Nicholas Gilington---of their family I know nothing..."

    By "outlandish", Milner certainly means that they were immigrants, although the term in today’s usage does not suggest that definition. Wading through Milner’s history is difficult and he gives no dates, but his outline of the family has been found to be surprisingly accurate by those who have followed his clues and used census records and state and county documents to prove his statements.
    Nicholas and his wife were the parents of one son and four daughters. If there were other children, they have not been identified.
    I have seen conjecture that after his wife Eleanor died, he married an Elizabeth Ricketts. I do not know whether this is correct.
    A transcription of his will follows:

    "In the Name of God, Amen. I, Nicholas Gillington of Halifax Co., being weak in body but in sound and perfect sense and memory, thanks be to God for same, Calling to mind that men must die and after that must come to judgement, do consider that what of our affairs are not settled in this life cannot be settled hereafter, do make and ordain this, my last will and testament, acknowledging this to be my last will and testament, disannulling all other wills whatsoever, and to proceed, I shall give my estate as followeth, to-wit:

    I give to my daughter Catherine Brown one feather bed, to her and her heirs;

    to Elizabeth Collins I give one feather bed, to her and her heirs;

    to Elizabeth Chisum, daughter of John Chisum, I give one feather bed, to her and her heirs;

    to my son John Gillington I have given 400 acres of land which I intended should be his full portion, nevertheless, to take matters out of dispute, I give to his heirs five pounds cash.

    To John Chisum I give the land and plantation which I now possess in Amelia Co., containing 300 acres, to be at his own disposal for which reason he is to pay to Catherine Brown or to her heirs, -20. current money; to Elizabeth Collins or her heirs, -20.; to Ann Hillsman or her heirs, -20.; to Eleanor Chisum or her heirs, -20.; to Priscilla Hendrick, my granddaughter, or her heirs, -20.;

    and as for my negro woman Rose, she shall choose her mistress among my daughters, and they that she shall choose shall pay -20. to be equally divided among all my children now living and my two granddaughters, which is Elizabeth Chisum, wife of John Estes, and Jerushea, daughter of John Gillington, deceased.

    I therefore make and ordain John Chisum my whole and sole executor of this, my last will and testament, made in the year 1772, and on the 21st day of October.

    "In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand.

    "Nicholas Gillington

    "Witnesses:
    John Dyer
    John Templeton
    Elizabeth Lack"

    He died in 1774 in Halifax County, Virginia, and is buried there.

    There is a hand-drawn picture on the outside of Nicholas’ will, believed to have been drawn by Nicholas himself, that purports to look like Thurland Castle in Yorkshire. Francis describes the drawing as bearing a remarkable resemblance to the left wing of the castle as it looks today.

    There is no question that the name was earlier "Girlington", and a Girlington family inhabited that castle, having been driven out during one of the revolutions there.

    A ‘genealogy’ for Nicholas follows, which Francis Gill believes is accurate but requires a ‘leap of faith’, because it cannot be, or at least has not yet been proven; note that the name ‘Nicholas’ was in the family early:

    Eleventh Girlington Generation
    1516 - John Girlington, christened 9 July 1637 at St. Michael, Lancaster, England
    1517 - Margaret Ducket
    Twelfth Girlington Generation
    3032 - Sir John Girlington, born about 1613, Thurland Castle, Lancaster England; married 1633
    3033 - Katherine Girlington
    3034 - James Ducket
    Thirteenth Girlington Generation
    6064 - Nicholas Gerlington, born about 1590 at Thurland Castle, Lancaster, England
    6065 - Christiana Calton
    6066 - William Girlington Christened 15 May 1589 in St. Martin?s, York, England
    Fourteenth Girlington Generation
    12128 - John Gerlington
    12129 - Christiana Babthorpe
    12130 - Josiah Calton
    12132 - Nicholas Girlington was born in York, England
    12133 - Jane Bayley
    Fifteenth Girlington Generation
    24256- Nicholas Gerlington was born about 1530 in Hackford, York, England
    24257 - Dorothy Mannel
    24258 - William Babthorpe
    24264 - Nicholas Girlington was born in York, England. He died before 1565.
    24265 - Ann Askew was born in York, England
    24266 - John Bayley
    Sixteenth Girlington Generation
    48512 - Nicholas Gerlington was born about 1508 in York, England. He died 10 Jan 1584.
    48513 - Elizabeth Hansard was born in Kelsa Kelya, York, England.
    48514 - Robert Mannel
    48528 - Nicholas Girlington was born in York, England. He died in 1533.
    48529 - Ann Partington was born in York, England
    Seventeenth Girlington Generation
    97024 - Nycholas Gyrlyngton was born about 1450 in Dighton-j-Escrick, York, England. He died in 1509.
    97025 - Margaret Methan
    97026 - Sir William Hansard
    97056 - William Gyrlyngton was born in Dighton-j-Escrik, York, England.
    97057 - Katherine Hilyard was born in York, England
    97058 - Thomas Partington
    Eighteenth Girlington Generation
    194048 - Nicholas Gyrlyngton was born about 1426 in Dighton-j-Escrick, York, England. He died about 1466.
    194049 - Elizabeth died after 1473.
    Nineteenth Girlington Generation
    388096 - William Gyrlyngton was born about 1402 in Gyrlyngton Hall, York, England.
    388097 - Johanna.
    Twentieth Girlington Generation
    776192 - John De Gyrylyngton was born about 1375 in Gyrylyngton Hall, York, England.
    Twenty-first Girlington Generation
    1552384 - Thomas De Gyrylyngton was born about 1350 in Gyrylyngton Hall, York, England.
    1552385 - Matilda.
    Twenty-second Girlington Generation
    3104768 - Sir Robert De Gyrylyngton was born about 1315 at Gyrylyngton Hall, York, England.
    3104769 - Amabelia De York.
    Unproven parentage for Nicholas Gillentine is shown above.

    [1] See the Research Overview within the biography of Person Number 23.
    [2] Milner is descended from an Elizabeth Milner who married first John Palmer and second James Echols. She is not the Elizabeth Milner, born about 1680, daughter of John Milner and Katherine, who is a sibling of Person Number 1239 in this compilation; the time is wrong by about 100 years. There was a Milner in Virginia by 1624 when he is found on a census, while John, the immigrant Milner in our line, arrived in North America in 1659.
    [3] A Short History of our family - from the first that landed in America till the present time, as far as I Can assertain - by Milner Echols.

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    Abstracted from, "The Wiseman Family and Allied Lines", Volume I, by Eugene Wiseman, 1991, pp. 359-360:

    "The Gillentine family of early Virginia records is of English extractions,the name being alternately spelled Guillintine, Guillington, Gillinton,Girlington. The head of the Girlington family of Yorkshire, England had the given name "Nicholas" for many generations, as did the progenitor of the Virginia Family and several of his descendants.

    Among the Halifax County,VA courthouse loose papers is a crude drawing of the left wing of the Thurland Castle and following inscription:

    "Nicholas Gillinting, his hand in the 97th year of my age 1773"

    This inscription particulary well written for a person of his advanced years and is the only record which tells the age of Nicholas Gillentin. Although there is no proof in the church records it is believed, based on the drawing, that Nicholas is the son of John Girlington of Thurland Castle and his second wife Margaret, daughter of James Ducket of County Westmorland. John Girlington (born 1637) was the oldest surviving son of Sir John Girlington of Thurland Castle and his wife Katherine, daughter of Wm. Girlington (a cousin)."

    Thurland Castle images... http://www.google.com/search?q=thurland+castle&hl=en&qscrl=1&nord=1&rlz=1T4GGIH_enUS266US266&site=webhp&prmd=imvnso&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=C5ylT4v1MI2o8QS7qdW1Bg&sqi=2&ved=0CG0QsAQ&biw=969&bih=534

    It is possible that Margaret Duckett gave birth to Nicholas Girlington out of wedlock, which could account for Nicholas not being identified as heir to John's possessions. This issue may take much more research for resolution.

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    Nicholas Gillington, born about 1675 in Thurland Castle , had son John and daughters Ann, Elizabeth, Catherine, and Ellender. Was decribed by Milner Echols in his book, "History of Echols Family", as 'outlandish'. It is probable that Nicholas was illegitimate, and that his parents wed after his birth (as his father was married once before). This would explain his not inheriting any of his father's estate and his decision to migrate to the Americas.

    Residence:
    View the short distances between Tunstall and Hornby on the map ...

    Select: http://www.genuki.org.uk/cgi-bin/showmap?CCC=LAN,LAT=54.111589,LON=-2.637832,T=SP

    Select: "New Search"

    View image of Hornby Hall ... http://www.geog.port.ac.uk/webmap/thelakes/html/lgaz/hb0612.htm

    Will:
    In 1772, Moses Jr. was also a security for the will of Nicholas Gillington, the grandfather of Elizabeth Chism, the wife of Moses's brother John. In Amelia County, Moses Sr.'s land abutted Nicholas's land, so the families were well acquainted ... Roberta J. Estes

    Probate:
    View Map & History of Halifax County, Virginia ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halifax_County,_Virginia

    Died:
    View Map & History of Halifax County, Virginia ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halifax_County,_Virginia

    Nicholas married Mary Eleanor Eckolls ~ 1714, (Virginia). Mary (daughter of John Echols, II, The Immigrant and Mary Cave) was born ~ 1690, King and Queen County, Virginia; died 2 Nov 1771, Halifax County, Virginia. [Group Sheet]


  4. 19.  Mary Eleanor Eckolls was born ~ 1690, King and Queen County, Virginia (daughter of John Echols, II, The Immigrant and Mary Cave); died 2 Nov 1771, Halifax County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Alt Birth: 0___ 1676, King and Queen County, Virginia

    Notes:

    Notes from
    A daughter of John Echols and Mary Cave, married an Englishman named Nicholas Gillintine . He was one of the "outlandish men" she and her sisters married. Deeds in Caroline County reveal her name was Mary.
    Links

    Children:
    1. John G. Gillentine was born 0___ 1722, Amelia County, Virginia; died Bef 1763, Halifax County, Virginia.
    2. 9. Elleanor Gillentine was born ~ 1716, King William County, Virginia Colony; died 0Apr 1804, Amelia County, Virginia.
    3. Ann Gillentine was born 0___ 1730, Amelia County, Virginia; died 0___ 1771, Amelia County, Virginia.
    4. Elizabeth Gillentine was born 0___ 1725, Amelia County, Virginia Colony; died 0___ 1790, Halifax County, Virginia.

  5. 20.  Abraham Estes, The Immigrant was born 0___ 1647, Nonington, Kent, England (son of Sylvester Estes and Ellen Martin); died 21 Nov 1720, King and Queen County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Linen Weaver
    • Also Known As: Abraham Eastes
    • Immigration: 20 Apr 1682, Lyndhaven, Virginia
    • Residence: 0___ 1683, Kent County,Virginia Colony
    • Residence: 0___ 1704, King and Queen County, Virginia

    Notes:

    Summary

    Abraham Estes made an amazing journey in his lifetime. His life was certainly not without adventure. He was born during a war and his father may have given his life in the Kentish Uprising. In any event, he was orphaned when he was two years old, when his mother died. Had it not been for his mother’s will, we would never be able to tie Abraham to his family, because we have never been able to find his baptism records.

    Abraham’s first wife died and we presume there were no children. If Abraham immigrated in 1673, he and his wife were married less than a year and it would be a safe bet that she died in childbirth, along with the child. He sailed for America in the middle of a second war, encountering Dutch warships on both ends of the journey.

    In 1676, in Virginia, he would have been involved in some way in Bacon’s Rebellion, likely siding with Nathaniel Bacon against the government. If so, he was probably involved in the burning of Jamestown. This may well have been America’s first civil war.

    In 1683, in Virginia, Abraham signed a petition, a free man and we know that by 1704 he owned land in King and Queen County that he purchased (or inherited), not that he received as a land grant.

    Abraham Estes died in 1720 married to Barbara Estes, but there is not one single shred of evidence to suggest that his wife’s maiden name was Barbara Brock. That surname was introduced into the family line by a novel in the 1980s wherein the author utilized Estes historical characters and built upon those characters. It also didn’t help that Abraham Jr.’s daughter, Barbara Estes married Henry Brock. Unfortunately, Barbara’s surname, listed as Brock has been copied and recopied so many times that it has entered into the realm of urban legend. Regardless of how many times the story is retold, or copied and pasted, it won’t be accepted by serious researchers until some evidence, someplace, is found. To date, there is none. I am hopeful that as more Virginia Counties chancery suits are brought online by the Virginia State Archives that in some county, someplace, a document will surface that will identify Barbara Estes’s maiden name.

    In my opinion, the most likely place to find Barbara’s surname is among the petitioners on that 1683 petition. We know her family lived in Virginia and she would have had to live local to Abraham to have met him. Her father, brothers and perhaps uncles are most likely among the petition signers. Brock is not one of the surnames. Those surnames are:

    Abbott
    Arnold
    Blake
    Brae
    Bredings
    Burch
    Cammell
    Camwell
    Carter
    Cave
    Claiton
    Cockerham
    Coleman
    Conaway
    Cooke
    Davud
    Derham
    Didlock
    Dobbs
    Ey?
    Finney
    Gardner
    Gray
    Grilles
    Haile
    Hanes
    Harman
    Harper
    Holcomb
    Hopkins
    Lovey or Iovey
    Lumpkin
    Lylly
    Madison
    Major
    Middelton
    Newis
    Nichols
    Owen
    Parker
    Phillips
    Piggs
    Plunket
    Pollard
    Ramsey
    Richards
    Richardson
    Scandon(s)
    Shurly
    Smith
    Spencer
    Symore
    Taylor
    Vies
    Weston
    White
    Williams
    Wood
    Wyatt
    Yorke
    Beverly Fleet, a noted researcher, extracted these names when transcribing the 1683 petition in the Virginia Colonial Records in the 1930s and 1940s and provided her commentary , as follows:

    Of the 66 signatures on this petition, exactly half, 33, made marks. Not so bad considering the disturbed times in England and conditions in Virginia. The comment in regard to English education is made in that, contrary to the prevailing cavalier tradition, I believe that many of these men were of Cromwellian affiliation and came to Virginia to escape the hatred at home. If they were so Cavalier, then why did they come to this Godforsaken and wild country just after the Restoration? Not that there were not a plenty of gentlemen too, but the rank and file are always in the majority so far as numbers are concerned. This petition is a protest of the people against two or three of the upper class. Would to God that these men could have known just what happened exactly 100 years after they sent in their protest.

    In Abraham’s case, I doubt that he was Cromwellian, especially if his father died in the Kentish uprising siding against Cromwell and with the deposed King Charles. On the other hand, it’s a possibility I had never previously considered. If he was, for some reason, pro-Cromwell, it might well have alienated him from other family members who did support the deposed Charles and welcomed the reinstatement of his son, Charles II, known as “The Restoration,” in 1660. Kent was heavily pro-Charles and anti-Cromwell. It would seem to me that in 1660, Abraham, at age 12 or 13 would be too young to be politically thoughtful. However, Beverly Fleet may have been accurate in that many of the older men in Virginia may well have left in the late 1550s when Cromwell’s reign was coming to an end.

    Regardless of why Abraham left England, all of the thousands of American descendants need to be exceedingly grateful that he did, and survived, or we wouldn’t be here and who we are today. I asked David Powell who maintains the most comprehensive list of descendants that I’m aware of in his Estes/Eastes Pages, how many descendants Abraham has, and he indicated it was about 27,000. That’s just an amazing number, and we know we don’t have all of them.

    I asked David how many descendants that Nicholas Estes, the first proven Estes ancestor from Deal, born about 1495, with only one documented son in his will, has today. His answer? About 35,000. Of those, 27,000 are attributed to Abraham, another 6000 to the Northern US Estes line and a couple thousand in England. Just think how many there might really be if we knew how many children Nicholas actually had. Ironically, it’s the English line that really hasn’t been thoroughly documented – the descendants of those who stayed – and David is working on that now – so we may see this number rise significantly in the future.

    end

    Abraham Eastes, born 1647 at Nonington, Kent.[3,16]

    Abraham's birth record does not survive, however he was mentioned in his mother's will.[16] Was a linen weaver at Sandwich, Kent, by 1672.[16] Married Ann Burton (widow), 29/12/1672, at Worth, Kent.[3,16]

    Abraham emigrated to the American colonies, arriving in the parish of Lyndhaven (Old Westmoreland Co.), Virginia, on 20/4/1682.[17,18]

    Abraham settled in the parish of St Stevens in King and Queen County, Virginia, USA, where he died in 1720.[5] Married Barbara, 1684, at St Stevens, Virginia.[5,17] Barbara was born in either 1662 or 1667 in King and Queen, County, Virginia, USA, and died 1720 in Amelia County, Virginia.

    Children:

    Sylvester (1684),
    Samuel (1686),
    Thomas (1688-1744),
    Mary (1690),
    Susanna (1692),
    Robert (1695-1775),
    Abraham (1697-1759),
    Richard (1699-1744/1745),
    John (1701-1771),
    Elisha (1703-1782),
    Sarah (1710-1788),
    Moses (1710-1788) and
    Barbara (1712-1729), all of St Steven's, King and Queen County, Virginia, British American Colonies.[3,5,16]

    end

    ABRAHAM ESTES, born 1647 at Nonington, Kent, England.

    Abraham's baptism record does not survive, however he was mentioned in his mother's will. He was a linen weaver at Sandwich, Kent, by 1672. He married Ann Burton (a widow), 29/12/1672, at Worth, Kent.

    Abraham emigrated to the British colonies in North America, arriving in the parish of Lyndhaven (Old Westmoreland Co.), Virginia, on 20/4/1682. In 1683 he was living in New Kent Co, VA, before settling in the parish of St Stephen's, King and County, VA.

    In 1683 he was a signatory of a petition whilst in St. Stephen's Parish. In 1704 he paid quit rent on 200 acres in King and Queen County.

    Abraham died 21/11/1720, in King and Queen County, Virginia, leaving his estate to his wife, Barbara. Barbara made her will 25/11/1720, leaving part of the estate to several of her children and the remainder to Elisha Estes and Thomas Poor and wife Susanna, for the raising of Moses and Barbara, who upon their parents death's were raised by Thomas and Susanna Poor.

    end of note

    The Estes Family of England and Virginia

    The Estes are one of the great pioneer families of the United States. Numbered in their thousands they are are to be found in most parts of the country and a selection of their life histories would amply illustrate the history of America. They are to be found in the annals of the American Revolution, the expansion westwards and the Civil War and are representative of the whole social fabric from log cabin to Whitehouse! Though not among the great politicil families they produced a vice-presidential:candidate in Senator Estes Kefauver and a son-in-law on the bench to President Harrison, and they produced their own brand of tycoon in Billie Sol Estes. They were trail blazers, slave-owners and freers, Quakers. Episcopalians, Presbyterians and Baptists. They drowned in frozen rivers and were captured by Indians as children. They fought on both sides in the Civil War and nursed their dying countrymen in that conflict. Their traditional Biblical names shared place with those of George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson and their family name, which is hardly known elsewhere, has become very much an American surname.
    While it is known that the ancestors of the American Estes came from Kent in England and while there is a strong belief that the family was ultimately of Italian origin, very little has been written about the English ancestors and the English branches of the family. Indeed, a great deal of speculation and incorrect information has been circulated over the last hundred years, both in America and England. Largely due to the researches of an English genealogist employed by Charles Estes. The American families have been exposed to the belief that they descend from a family named Este which, in turn, descended from the Marquis Francesco d'Este of Burgundy who settled in England after the death of his friend and patron Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. The story has some credibility in that Francesco, a trained diplomat, may well have been in the service of the Duchess, widow of Charles, who was an English princess and known to be sympathetic to the English pretender Lambert Simnel who claimed to be her nephew. Nevertheless it seems strange that no record of Francesco appears to survive in the English State Papers.

    The English Estes, most branches of which had adopted the Eastes spelling by the mid-eighteenth century, perpetuated another variant of this story though they had Francesco's descendants remaining in Europe where some of them became Protestant-. a,-id fled to England to escape persecution. In garbled form of this story was given false authority by another English professional genealogist in the mid-nineteenth century who stated that two brothers, sons of the Baron d'Este, a descendant of the Marquis d'Este, were Huguenots and fled to England after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes. As the families of the two brothers can be traced back much earlier in Kent the story only makes sense if those who fled to England did so in the mid-sixteenth century when hundreds of Walloon and Fleming refugees fled from the Spanish Netherlands (the former Duchy of Burgundy) to escape the Inquisition. It makes even greater sense when we recall that the Flemings and Walloons were commonly referred to as Huguenots in later times.

    What we know of the English Estes is pieced together from a thorough examination of the parish registers and bishops transcripts available for Acrise, Ashford, Bucldand, Canterbury, Deal, Dover, Elnam, Folkestone, Guston, Hythe, London, Lydden, Margate, Nonington, Northbourne, Ringwould, Ripple, Rotherhithe, St Margarets at Cliff, Sandwich, Sholden, Waldershare, Walmer, West Langdon, Wingham and Wooton. The greatest linking was only achieved in recent years by an experienced English researcher, Donald Bowler, but other researchers have contributed in fitting the genealogical jigsaw together.

    The Estes of Kent were described as a "maritime" family and this may explain why the earliest appearances of the name are found scattered about the southern coast from Morwenstow in Cornwall (1558) to Harwich in Essex.' There was probably a link between the Estes of Harwich and Deal, both centres of Walloon refugee settlement, as the registers of St Leonard, Deal, list the burial on 31 August 1621 of Hugh 'Estie' of Harwich who was bound from Germinie [Netherlands] in a ship called the Sion of London [Zion, a typical Protestant name]. It is clear from the records of St Leonard that all variants of the name were used interchangeably, the earliest instances being as follows: Eastes (1581), Este (1601), Estis (1618) and Eastis (1726). John Estye, who became a freeman of Canterbury by purchase on 27 June 1562, was a shearman or maker of shears, an occupation closely associated with the Walloon textile industry. He was no doubt the same John Estey or Estye who was a clothworker mentioned in Canterbury records between 1571 and 1593.
    The first progenitor of the Deal family for whom we have reasonable records was Henry Este or Eagtes (b. about 1549 in Deal) who made his will as Henry Eastice, fisherman of Deal, on 13 April 1590. His widow Mary/Maria Rand Este (b. before 1575) was buried at St Leonards on 19 June 1601. The available evidence suggests that Henry and Mary had the following children:

    1. Richard of Deal, born 1578
    2. Henry of Deal, bapt. St Leonards 6 April 1581
    3. Mary, bapt. St Leonards 15 January 158617, buried St Leonards 29 December 1587
    4. Aron, bapt.. St Leonards 6 July 1589
    Henry left his 'pinasse' (two masted vessel) and other property to be shared equally between his three sons Richard, Henry and Aron who were all very young. His executor was his brother Robert who was probably the founder of the Ringwould branch. Robert of Ringwould had links with Deal through his son Matthew, the marriage of his grand-daughter Ellen with Moses Estes, grandson of Richard of Deal, and the fact that some of his family became mariners, like the Deal family.
    Robert of Ringwould married Ann Woodward at Sholden on 2 December 1591. He probably died about 1616. His widow Annie's will, dated 21 April 1630, was probated 9 June 1630 and gives certainty to the next generation. Their children were as follows:

    1. Matthew, bapt. Sholden 11 June 1592
    2. Sylvester,, bapt. Ringwould 26 September 1596
    3. Alice, bapt. 26 March 1597, married at Ringwould, 28 October 1628 Thomas Beane
    4. Matthew, born 1601, married at Deal 23 November 1620 Margaret Johnson
    and buried Deal 4 June 1621
    5. Robert, bapt. Ring-would 29 May 1603
    6. Thornas, bapt. Ring-would 2 June 1605 Susan, bapt. Ringwould 30 October 1608
    8. John, bapt. Ringwould 3 March 1610
    9. ?, an infant who died in 1616
    Most of the American families appear to descend from the eldest surviving child Sylvester and the fourth surviving child Robert, although the family of Richard Estes of Deal (born 1578) also had American connections. Several persons named Estes or one of its variants arrived in America before the Restoration of the Stuart monarchy in England.
    A John Estes was brought to Virginia by Theodore Moyser in 1637 and another of that name was transported in 1659. Thomas Estes and his .wife Jane nee Jones were living in Westmoreland County, Virginia, in 1654 and James Estes or Estasse, probably a relation of Thomas, was living there in 1658. The early Estes could have come from the West Country rather than Kent though the most suitable candidate for Thomas would seem to be the second son of Robert of Ringwould, born in 1636. Sylvester Estes of Ringwould, sometime church warden, married Ellen Martin of Great Hardres on 24 November 1625. Ellen was of Waldershare according to her will of 1649. Sylvester had died before December 1667 when his daughter Ellen married. He left a large family:

    1. Robert, Senior, of Waldershare,bapt. Ringwould 10 September 1626, buried Waldersha're 23 June 1692 (ancestor of the Estes of Waldershare)
    2. Anne, bapt. Ring-would 25 November 1627
    3. Silvester (a daughter), bapt. Ringwould 31 May 1629 (afterwards Mrs Nash)
    4. Susan, bapt. Ringwould, 30 March 1631
    5. Thomas, bapt. Ring7would 20 January 1633 (ancestor of Estes of Acrise, etc.)
    6. Richard, bapt. Ring-would 5 October 1634 (ancestor of Estes and Eastes of Dover, West Langdon, St Margaret at Cliff and Guston)
    7. Mary, bapt. Ringwould 2 October 1636
    8. Anne, born in 1637
    9. Nicholas of Wingham, bapt. Nonington 9 December 1638
    10. Elizabeth, b. c.1640
    11. Ellen, bapt. Nonington 11 December 1642, married at Deal, 23 December 1667, Moses Estes of Deal as his second Wife.
    12. John, bapt. Nonington 29 December 1644
    13 Abraham, born in 1647

    The youngest child Abraham is an obvious candidate to be founder of the Virginia family. He was mentioned in his mother's will in 1649 and was a linen weaver in the old Walloon town of Sandwich, aged 25, when he married Ann widow of John Burton at Worth on 29 December 1672. Presumably Am died and he started a new life in Virginia. Family members who did not realise that Silvester was a woman could have assumed that Abraham was the youngest of seven brothers which may account for the American tradition that seven brothers had gone to America. The original claim was probably that Abraham was 'one of seven brothers' which later family members misconstrued to mean that they all came.

    That Abraham, son of Sylvester of Ringwould, was the Virginian ancestor is partly supported by the fact that Abraham Estes of Virginia named his son Sylvester as his executor, a position usually filled by the eldest son who was invariably named after his paternal grandfather. Although most of the listings of the children of Abraham and Barbara Estes do not place Sylvester first the most logical arrangement is that worked out by Margaret M. Hayes of Illinois, based on a close study of the Virginia records.It is as follows:

    1. Sylvester, b. c.1684, living in 1720
    2. Samuel, b. c.1686, married Rebecca
    3. Thomas, b.c.1688, d.1744, married c.1717 Ann Rogers who d. 1745
    4. Mary, b. c.1690 (Mrs. Thomas Watkins)
    5. Susanna, b. c.1692 (Mrs Thomas Poore)
    6. Robert, b. c.1695, d. Lunenburg Co. 13 April 1775, married c.1725 Mary
    7. Abraham, b.c.1697, d. before Feb. 1759, married (1) before 1717 Ann
    (2) c. 1740 Elizabeth Jeeter who d. 1774
    8. Richard, b. c.1699, d. Feb. 1774/5, married c.1727 Mary Yancy
    9. John, b. c.1701, married Elizabeth
    10. Elisha, b. c.1703, d. Henry Co. Virginia 1782 married before 1735 Mary Ann
    11. Sarah, b. c.1705, unmarried in 1720
    12 Moses, b. c.1710, d. 1788, married c.1731 Elizabeth.
    13. Barbara, b. c.1712, d. unmarried 1729
    We now return to Robert (b.1603), the English progenitor of the Estes of New
    England. Robert Estes of Ring-would married at Ringwould 31 January 1634 Dorothy, daughter of Thomas Wilson. Her sister Joan married Robert's brother Thomas on 21 November 1636. Robert and Dorothy had the following children.

    1. Robert, bapt. Ringwould 27 February 1635
    2. Thomas, bapt. Ringwould 23 October 1636
    3. Sylvester, bapt. Ringwould 9 September 1638
    4. Sarah, bapt. Ringwould, 22 March 1639/40
    5. child, b. 1643
    6. Matthew, b. Dover 28 May 1645, d. Salem, Massachusetts July 1723 (ancestor of one branch of the New England Estes)
    7. Richard, b. Dover 16 March 1647, d. (ancestor of the second branch of the New England Estes).
    Matthew Estes, a master mariner and master.of the Scituate-built sloop Unity of Boston in 1697-98, was already living in Dover, New Hampshire, when he married Philadelphia, widow of Edward Hayes, daughter of Ronald and Ann Jenkins, on 14 June 1676. He was living in Lynn as early as 1695 and died there on 9 July 1723. He was a member of the Society of Friends or Quakers." His brother Richard was also a Quaker and came to New England in 1684 where he married Elizabeth Beck at Dover , New Hampshire, on 23 April 1687. He lived mainly at Lynn and Salem though he is regarded as the founder of the Estes family of Hanover through his eldest son Matthew.
    The third family to have American connections was that of Richard of Deal. Richard married Agnes Dove at Ringwould on November 16 and was buried at St Leonards, Deal, on 21 February 1625/26. They had the following children.

    1. Richard, Junior, bapt. St Leonards, Deal 13 October 1605
    2. Annis, bapt. St Leonards 26 July 1618, married at Northbourne 1645 John Bowen
    Richard Estes, Junior, of Deal, married (1) at St Leonards 8 October 1627 Sara Norman, and (2) 31 March 1673 Mary Hyle or Hild, a widow. He was buried at St Leonards 31 May 1673. His will dated 27 May 1673 was probated 23 June 1673. He left the following children:
    1. Aaron, bapt. At St. Leonards 11 December 1631, a mariner, married at St Leonards 11 Apn'l 1653 Susanna Whetstone and had issue six children before he died about 1664. The eldest for the West lndies' and left Nicholas, also a mariner, was born in 1653 and married Elizabeth Sprusham at Canterbury in 1677.2 He is probably the same Nicholas Estes who was Lieutenant of the fireship Vulture in Her Majesty's Service who made his will on 20 June 1707 when'outward bound his real and personal estate to his wife Elizabeth." Aaron's fourth child Elizabeth was baptised at St Leonards 3 September 1660 and married Nathaniel Hatch of Boston, Massachusetts, at Deal on 9 October 1684, founding another American family.
    2. Sara, bapt. St Leonards 10 June 1633, married 4 December 1651 Stephen Mumbray
    3. Mary, bapt. St Leonards 28 June 1635, married 18 February 1656 Jeffrey Saffery of Lower Deal.
    4. Richard, junior, of Deal, bapt. St Leonards 19 February 1636, buried St Leonards 30 May 1663. He married Sarah Bridger of Sandwich in 1656 and had issue four children.
    5. John, bapt. St Leonards 18 November 1638, buried St Leonards 23 May 1646.
    6. Ann, b. in 1641, died young
    7. Moses, bapt. St Leonards 12 November 1643
    8. Samuel, also a mariner, bapt. St Leonards 14 December 1646, married Elizabeth Sillary at Ripple in 1666
    9. John, also a mariner in Her Majesty's Service, bapt. St Leonards 2 September 1649, buried St Leonards 27 November 1695. He married Sarah Banes at St Leonards 2 March 1673 and had eight children
    10. Ann, bapt. St Leonards, 16 November 1651, married at St Leonards 4 November 1669 John Bowen, a seaman, probably her cousin.
    The seventh child, Moses, is probably ancestor of Moses Estes who settled in Virginia in 1783. He married (1) at St Leonards 30 November 1663 Mary Mumbray who was buried St Leonards 29 November 1664 leaving an infant daughter Mary who died soon afterwards. He then married Ellen or Ella Estes, daughter of Sylvester and Ellen Estes of Ringwould and presumably full sister of Abraham Estes of Virginia." Moses died at Deal 19 March 1707/8 and was buried at St Leonards where there is a Memorial headstone carved with a skull and cross-bones and an hourglass." Ellen was buried at St Leonards 26 December 1729. Moses and Ellen had the following children:
    1. Richard, bapt. St Leonards 29 January 1667/8, buried St Leonards December 1668
    2. Constant, bapt. St Leonards 28 December 1669. She was buried at St Leonards 20 November 1708 where she was commemorated on her father's headstone
    3. Aaron, bapt. St Leonards 7 February 1671
    4. Samuel, bapt. St Leonards 28 February 1674/5.
    Samuel Estes married Ann Reed at St Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury, London on 25 October'1704 and died in 1745. He had the following children:
    1. Moses, bapt. St Dunstans, Stepney on 22 August 17 1027
    2. Ann, bapt. St Dunstans, Stepney on 22 December 1713
    3. Samuel, bapt. St Leona.rds, Deal 25 November 1719
    4. Thomas, bapt. St Leonards 27 October 1721.
    Other Estes may have come independently to America but they did not proliferate like the original pioneers. Early this century a family of Eastes of Dutch nationality arrived from Holland; they were descendants of a Richard Eastes from England who had settled in the Netherlands. This sequence of events gives a strange twist to the myth of family origins. The English Estes family was not lawfully armigerous since none of them had registered Arms, and there is no evidence of an Estes family bearing Arms before the establishment of the College of Arms in 1483. There is evidence, however, that the Eastes of Kent used armorial insignia (a garb and three fleurs-de-lys) which tends to support their Walloon or Flemish origins, since burgher arms (i.e., arms assumed by the citizenry) were proudly displayed in the Netherlands. Many of the old Walloon and Herriing families introduced this custom to England though it was never officially recognised unless the bearers applied for registration. Usually these burgher arms had the simplicity of trade signs tending to symbolise the occupation of the bearer. A garb or sheaf, for instance, could be an indication that the bearer was a brewer. Robert Eastes who became a freeman of Canterbury by redemption in 1681, was a maltster." The Crest used by the Eastes of Ashford was Issuant from three fleurs-de-lys: a garb."
    The tombstone of Thomas and @lary Eastes in Guston Churchyard, Kent, erected in 1743, displays a coat-of-arms which was once thought to be that of the family: A chevron between two {fleurs de lys} in chief and a garb in base. For crest An arm holding a [fleur de lys]." On close inspection, however, these arms appear to be those of the Worshipful Company of Tylers and Bricklayers granted on 3 February 1569: Azure a chevron or, in chief a fleur-de-lys argent between two brick-axes palewise or, in base a brush also or. For crest On a wreath or and azure a dexter arm enibowed vested party per pale or and gules, cuffed argent, holding in the hand proper a brick-axe or.

    Anyone unacquainted with the Guild arms could be excused for confusing the brush in base as a garb as it is not a common heraldic charge. It was in fact a bundle of laths which are evidently indispensable in the tiling of roofs. Also the brickaxes (larger than the central fleur-de-lys) are so nondescript as to resemble the central section of the fleur-de-lys. Why the Arms should include a fleur-de-lys at all is not Clear except that they are often a symbol of the Blessed Virgin Mary who may have been the saint to whom the early members of the fraternity made their VOWS.

    Thomas Eastes, son of Thomas and Mary, became a Freeman of Canterbury by marriage and as a Citizen and Bricklayer he would have believed himself entitled to use the Guild Arms on his father's tombstone especially as the Company had relaxed its rules after the Great Fire of London in 1666 to allow non-freemeil to enjoy all its City Privileges. It is possible, of course, that a misreading of the Arms on Thomas Eastes headstone was responsible for the family using armorial insignia displaying a garb and three fleurs-de-lys.

    Other families did not adopt Arms until the mid-nineteenth century, when they were made aware of the Arms of the Estes of Ferrara displayed on the coinage of Niccolo d'Este. The Eastes of Whitstable and Sydney assumed the quarterings of Niccolo and Leonello d'Este: 1 and 4. Azure three fleurs-de-lys or (bestowed upon the family by Charles VII in 1432) and 2 and 3. Azure an eagle argent, beaked, membered and crowned gules. These were substantially the same Arms used by the Marquis Francesco in Burgundy as on the reverse of his portrait by Roger van der Weyden in the Metropolitan Museum, New York, though the lily quarterings were surrounded by a bordure 'double indented or and gules'.

    It is intriguing that the Este arms assumed by some of the American families in modern times not only features the fleurs-de-lys quartering .vith the double indented bordure but also a garb." These arms are blazoned in Burke's General Armoury as follows: Azure, three fleurs-de-lis or, within a bordure parted per bordure dancetee over all, exterior argent, interior gules. For crest - A garb or, banded gules. These would appear to be the legitimate arms of a well-known family of Este in England whose ancestor was in the court of James I and changed the spelling of his name from East to Este at the king's suggestion because of the belief that they were a branch of the Estes of Ferrara." In the eighteenth century the head of this family was the Reverend Charles Este, a nephew of Dr Charles Este, Bishop of Waterford, and a noted literary figure described as 'the most extraordinary character of his time'." His eldest son Charles Lambton Este (1775-1841), a naval surgeon and fidend of Lord Nelson, moved to Paiis where he married Sophie Charlotte, the daughter of the banker Sir. Robert Smyth, fifth baronet and friend of Tom Paine, in 1803, and assumed the style and title of Charles Edouard, Baron D'Este.

    Although all the male members of this family have been styled Baron D'Este, the direct succession has been as follows:

    1. Charles Edouard, Baron D'Este 1775-1841
    2. Charles Michel Oscar, Baron D'Este 1809-1879
    3. Beresford Alfred, Baron D'Este,' born 1840
    4. Charles, Baron D'Este, born c.1873
    These assumed Barons remained loyal to the Church of England, took English brides and were even assumed to belong to the nobility of France being given an entry, for instance, in the Annuaire General Heraldique edited by Jules Wigniolle (Paiis, 1904). They no longer used the English arms, however, replacing them with the antique blazon of the Italian family: Dazur, a 1'aigle d'argent armee dor
    . It would be interesting to know what pedigrees they possess and whether or not there is any connection between them and the English and American Estes. The garb in their crest suggests that they may originally have come from the Netherlands also. There is always the possibility of course that Este was plain East (as West is West) or that Estis was Eustace. Niel Gunson is a historian by profession and holds the position of Senior Feflow in Pacific Histo a The Australian National University in Canberra. His earliest Australian ancestors (a great gre grandfather) arrived in 1842. His mother's family arrived in 1853. His maternal grandmother was the last to arrive from England in 1889 and it is through her that he is descended from the Estes (Eastes) family. He grew up in the Victorian countryside before going to school and university in Melbourne. He has always been interested in family history and has been a member of the Genealogical Society of Victoria (of which he is a Fellow) since 1949. He was editor of its magazine for 20 years and was also instrumental in founding the Heraldry and Genealogy Society of Canberra in 1966. He has written or edited several books relating to the Pacific and also a local history.

    NOTES

    I am greatly indebted to Donald Bowler of Canterbury, England, and Margaret M Hayes of Illinois for assistance with this paper. 1 would also like to thank Ma'ry Estes Beckham, Audrey Chappell, Tabitha Driver, Jesse Estes, Michael F. Gibbons and Mtty Estes Savage for their contributions.

    1. David Kirkpatrick Estes (1786-1876), Judge of the Superior Court of Ohio, married Lucy Harrison in 1819. Their last remaining descendant, Louise Harrison Reynolds, died in 1972.
    2. See 'Estes: Three-Sided Country Slicker', Fortune, July 1962, 166-70, 269-70, 275-76, 2-J S, 281.

    3. Col. John L. Vivian of London. Charles Estes, Estes Genealogies (Salem 1894), x, )dii. Two glaring typographical errors in the Introduction have been repeated in later histories of the family and should be corrected. Esteuse (p.viii) should read Estense and Ericolo (p.ix) should read Nicolo.

    4. The most complete account of Francesco in English is to be found in 'The Este Portrait by Roger van der Weyden' by Ernst H. Kantorowicz in his Selected Studies (New York 1965), 366-80.

    5. Apparently the antiquarian D. Benham who possessed a coin of Niccolo d'Este displaying the Este arms. The results of the 'research' were forwarded to Charles Eastes of Sandgate by his father William Eastes, of East Cliff Academy, Folkestone in a letter franked at Sandgate 3 April 1858. For more detail see Niel Gunson, 'The Obsession of the Estes', Ancestor 5 (1966) no.4, 111)8-46; 6 (1967) no.2, 45-49.

    See Niel Gunson, 'Boat People of the Sixteenth Century: the transformation of a multi-cultural society', The Ancestral Searcher vol.13 no.1 (March 1990), 4-19; John Peters, A Family From Flanders (London 1985).

    7. Unless otherwise indicated all genealogical details that follow are taken from parish registers.

    8. Joan Eustes of Deal, buried in 1561, was probably of this family. The name appears at Sholden as Esties (1591) and Estise (1592).

    9. I am indebted to Donald Bowler's notes on the freemen of Canterbury.

    10. According to his mother's will he was aged 20 when he died which suggests that the first born Matthew did not survive infancy.

    11. Early Estes arrivals in America have been documented by Kitty Estes Savage

    12. N.E. Snow and M.M. Jillson (Snow-Estes Ancestry 2 vols. Hillburn, New York 1939, II, 3) incorrectly confuse Sylvester with his grandson of the same name who died in January 1692/3. Ellen Estes' marriage records make it plain that she was a 'maiden, age 24, whose parents are dead in Deal'.

    13. Snow and Jillson incorrectly attach the Waldershare family to Robert (born 1635), the eldest brother of Matthew and Richard of New England.

    14. Family Bible entries rarely gave details of the marriage of siblings so a younger generation would only see the names.

    15. Others argue that Robert (b.1603), father of the New England pioneers, had seven sons, though this is equally hypothetical.

    16. Samuel's wife's name is given by Dr Lucille Dillinger Alexander, The Estes Family of Virginia, Southern Kentucky, Iowa, Missouri and Kansas... Wayne N.J. 1990), 89.

    17. Dr Alexander (Estes Family, 88) is less certain about the identity of Thomas's wife but suggests Ann or Eliz. Ann Rogers. Several sources suggest that Thomas died in 1774 and cite Thomas's will in Crozier's Record of Spotsylvania Co VA, vol.i, 305. 18. The name of Elizabeth Jeeter was supplied by Deborah J. 1Gzer, a descendant of the second marriage.

    19. See generally Charles Estes, Estes Genealogies.

    20. A check of the surname indexes to the Digest Registers of births, marriages and burials at Friends House, London, by Tabitha Driver reveals that there are no Estes/Estis/Eastes entries for Kent Quarterly Meeting or for Hereford, Worcester & Wales Quarterly Meeting and no births or marriages for London & Middlesex Quarterly Meeting.

    21. See John S. Barry, Historical Sketch of the Town of Hanover, Mass. '97ith Family Genealogies (Hanover 1853), 307-10, and Jedediah Dwelley and John F. Simmons, History of the Town of Hanover, Mass. (Hanover 1910), 176-84.

    22. Snow and Jillson (Snow-Estes Ancestry, II, 2) has Nicholas maldng a second marriage and dying in 1681 even though his sister Susanna mentions him in her will in 1697. Nicholas Estes of Thannington was probably Nicholas of Wingham.

    23. Original will in MS Collection, Society of Genealogists, London.

    24. For Moses Estes (b. 1732) and his descendants see Estes Trails, Vol. 11 no.4 (Spring 1991), 4-7.

    25. He was probably her second cousin once removed.

    26. Duncan W. Harrington, ed., Monumental Inscriptions ... St Leonard's Church, Upper Deal, Kent (Kent Family History Society Publication No.16, 1983), 28.

    27. Tlis family, like that of Robert and Dorothy of Dover, appears to have left Kent. American traditions suggest Wales as a temporary place of residence.

    28. Information from Alrs Amelia Jones of Alberquerque, New Mexico, 26 September 1988. Her father, William Thomas Eastes, came to New York from Holland in 1914.

    29. This Robert (1654-1704) was a grandson of Sylvester and Ellen, and a nephew of Abraham.

    30. Examples include the stationery of James Smith Eastes of Fairlawn. The Eastes of Ashford also had brewing connections.

    31. As blazoned in 1928 in Jekyn file, Elwyn Papers, MS Collection, Society of Genealogists.

    32. This discovery was made by Mrs Donald Bowler of Canterbury.

    33. John Bromley and Heather Child, The Arniorial Bearings of the Guilds of London (London 1960), 248.

    34. See Kantorowicz, Selected Studies, 370 and plate 36.

    35. See, for instance, May Folk Webb and Patrick Mann Estes, Cary-Estes Genealogy (Rutland, Vt 1939 R1979), 79 and armorial dustjacket. 37. Charles Este published his autobiography, My Own Life, in 1787.

    38. The precedent for name changes by Este, East and Eastes families was probably the adoption of the D'Este surname by the Duke of Sussex for his children by his morganatic wife in 1794. The following are some of the name changes: George Eastes of Bradford to George D'Este (1865), Herbert Hinton East East of Boughton House, Moreton-in-the-Marsh, Gloucestershire, to H.H. D'Este East (1895), Albert Victor Eastes to A.V. D'Este Eastes (after 1918), Clarence Sydney Stock, heir of the Eastes of Walthamstow, to C.S. d'Este Stock (@-.fter 1918), Da,.,id Eastes of North Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia, to David William D'Este (after 1946).

    39. Beresford D'Este, known as the Baron D'Este, was a planter and justice-of-the-peace in Fiji from 1870 until he returned to France.

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    by someone else, please bookmark the following URL for future reference (it also has
    links to other information on the Estes family including the ancestry of Abraham
    Estes, so is worth a visit):

    http://roots-boots.net/ft/estes.html

    If you find any mistakes or have information on individuals listed below (or
    additional information on those listed) please do not hesitate to forward that
    information to me so that it can be included in a future update. Remember - if you
    have found anything useful here it is because of the generosity of others with
    their information. My email address is:

    David Powell

    The family name, Eastes, has been spelt in *many* different ways. Eastes is
    the most common spelling in England and also one of the oldest. The Eastes of the USA
    (and Canada) are generally spelt Estes. Since this chart is following one of the
    American lines, I have adopted the Estes spelling here, even where another variant
    has been used (in most cases anyway).

    FORMAT:
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    The following chart is presented in a modified LDS "Ancestral File" report format
    that I have devised as being the most efficient way of recording the information
    that I want to include. Entries for ESTES descendents (all surnames are in capitals) are
    given in the following format:

    :.. John ESTES (1725-1778) of Caroline Co, VA; d.Caroline Co, VA
    :.. [15,16,23,48,53,57,71,86,121,132,172]

    The "." before the name are generation counters, to find John's parents move back
    up the chart until you find an entry with one less "." (that is ":. "). Children of
    John would be listed with an extra period (ie: ":... "). The number(s) in the
    "(___)" refer to the year of birth and the year of death. Where the date is known
    to within a year or two I have used the abbreviation "c.". Where the date is a rougher
    estimate, within 5-10 years or so, I have used "abt.". Other abbreviations I have used
    are "bf" for before, "bt" for between and "af" or "aftr" for after. The locations given
    after the dates are the places of birth and death ("d."), where known. In a few
    places I have used the notation "b&d.", meaning that the person was born and died in
    the same county. Where possible I have given the locations as the county. In some
    entries a "," replaces "of". The numbers in the square brackets, "[__]" are references,
    which can be found at the end of the chart. Where an event has occured in an
    "independent city", that is a city that lies geographically within a county but is
    not politically part of that county, I have generally given the event as occuring
    in the county.

    Additional information may be given for selected individuals. "Rev.War" means the
    individual fought in the US Revolutionary War. "C.War" means the person fought in
    the US civil war. "CSA" means the person fought in the civil war on the side of the
    Confederate States of America (CSA).

    Limited information on travel patterns are given for some individuals. Eg:
    "Bertie Co, NC 1734-1741" indicates records place the individual in Bertie Co, NC
    between the years 1734 and 1741. The person may have been in the county before and/or
    after these dates, however the figures given those which are documented. Note that
    in some cases an individual may appear to have moved, whilst in fact an existing
    county may have been split and the person is in the new county. Details for travel
    patterns are mainly taken from census records and tax lists.

    Spouses of Estes descendents are listed in a similar fashion, with the following
    format:

    :.. +Mary MARSHALL (1726-1772); 1746, Caroline Co, VA
    :.. d.Caroline Co, VA [16,23,48,53,71,86,121,132,172]

    The "+" indicates the individual is a spouse. Marriage details are listed in the
    format: "; date, location" and usually are located between the birth and death
    locations, if they are listed, as above.

    Note that birth and death details are generally not listed for spouses. If you wish
    further information on spouses, such as their ancestry, see the reference section
    for contact details of those who submitted the information or refer to the Estes
    email contacts page (http://roots-boots.net/ft/estes/emails.html). Please
    don't ask me for ancestry of Estes wives - I am only interested in Estes and their
    descendents.

    A "-" at the start of a line indicates a significant degree of uncertainity about
    placement, that is, a guess or unsubstantiated claim.

    "K & Q Co, VA" is King and Queen Co, VA. Standard two-letter USA state abbreviations are
    used in most cases.

    ###################################################################

    ABRAHAM ESTES, born 1647 at Nonington, Kent, England. Abraham's baptism record
    does not survive, however he was mentioned in his mother's will. He was
    a linen weaver at Sandwich, Kent, by 1672. He married Ann Burton (a
    widow) on 29/12/1672, at Worth, Kent. Abraham emigrated to the British
    colonies in North America, arriving before 1682. On 20/4/1682 Lucy Keeling
    claimed headright for Abraham and 5 others, their passage to Virginia
    having previously been arranged and paid for by her deceased father,
    Thorowgood Keeling. Thorowgood died 8/1679, so it is probable Abraham either
    already arrived or his passage had been arranged prior to this. It was a common
    practice for wealthy residents in the America's to sponsor emigrants, who
    would then serve an indenture to pay off the cost of the voyage. The typical
    indenture lasted seven years, after which the emigrant would be free to marry
    and obtain his own property. Since Abraham was still in England by the start of
    1673 and was a "freeman" in Virginia by 1683, it is likely he voyaged to the
    America's around 1674/1675. According to an unsourced claim, Abraham arrived on
    the "Vana". It has been speculated that his first wife, Ann Burton, died
    enroute to Virginia, tho' there is no evidence. In 1683 he was living in New
    Kent Co, VA, before settling in the parish of St Stephen's, King and Queen
    County, VA. In 1683 he was a signatory of a petition whilst in St.
    Stephen's Parish. In 1704 he paid quit rent on 200 acres in King and
    Queen County. Abraham died 21/11/1720, in King and Queen County,
    Virginia, leaving his estate to his wife, Barbara. Barbara made her will
    25/11/1720, leaving part of the estate to several of her children and the
    remainder to Elisha Estes and Thomas Poor and wife Susanna, for the
    raising of Moses and Barbara, who upon their parents death's were
    raised by Thomas and Susanna Poor. Barbara's maiden name is a matter of some
    dispute. It has generally been claimed she was Barbara Brock, however there is
    no documentary evidence to support this.
    [All dates in English format, dd/mm/yyyy]
    - Taken mostly from http://www.roots-boots.net/ft/l-eastes.txt
    see references therein and also [276,317,463,627,1125] below.

    When did Abraham emigrate to Virginia? To date that question remains unanswered. There have
    been claims that he arrived on such-and-such ship at such-and-such date, but none of these
    claims can be verified and/or when checking the claimed sources, they are shown to be at best
    mistakes and at worst complete fabrications.

    One of the more recent claims was that Abraham arrived in Virginia in late 1673 or early 1674
    on the "Martha", which departed from London, England via Wales. The Captain was Abraham Wheelock
    and there were only three passengers on board, William Bobbet, Abraham Estes and John
    Skinner.[1433] That the "Martha" existed at the time and was captained by Abraham Wheelock
    appears to be reliably confirmed - the ship was a 'flyboat' and was a blockade runner. The
    Martha could carry 140 passengers but in this voyage appears to have carried mostly cargo - in
    an attempt to get through the Dutch blockade of Virginia.[1436] A proported painting of the ship
    by Jacob Knyff, made late 1673, hangs in the National Maritime Museum in London.[1434] Further,
    Abraham Wheelock filed a will 8/1673, prior to what he perceived as a perilous voyage although
    it does not state his destination.[1434] Wheeler evidently survived the voyage since he was alive
    in 1677.[1435]

    This all sounds great news for the descendents of Abraham, however all is not what it may seem.
    The sources for connecting Abraham Estes with the "Martha" alas do not stand up to closer
    scrutiny. One source helpfully states its source as "a book in Virginia section of Mesa Regional
    Family History Center".[1436] Not very helpful and in reality, impossible to verify. Another
    source gives a more detailed and, at first glance, conclusive source: "Cavaliers and Pioneers,
    Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants, Vol. 2: 1666-1695. Indexed by Claudia Grundman.
    Richmond, VA: Virginia State Library, 1977, 609p, Nell Marion Nugent. Page: 146".[1434] An
    inspection of the page in question reveals, well, nothing.[1438] At best the source is wrong,
    at worst it is a fabrication. In fact "Cavaliers and Pioneers" lists land patents and deeds, it
    does not list passenger records! Another source is given for this claim - it was supposedly
    recorded in the family bible of Isham Drury Bobbitt Jr.[1436] How well does this source hold up?
    We will never know - the bible in question was destroyed sometime before 1840.[1437] Possibly a
    transcription was made before the bible was destroyed, but even if it was, one has to be more
    than a trifle skeptical of the validity of this source!

    The conclusion? Lacking any verifiable sources for the claim that Abraham arrived in Virginia
    on the "Martha" in early 1674, one must view the claim with a high degree of skepticism,
    especially in light of one source being destroyed before 1840 and the other making no reference
    to the "Martha" or Abraham at all (apart from a latter reference in 1682 to Abraham). Did Abraham
    arrive on the "Martha" early 1674? It's possible, but there's no evidence for it. Equally likely
    he could have arrived in 1675 on the "Mary" or flown to Virginia on a magic carpet!

    ###################################################################

    : Abraham ESTES (1647-1720) of Nonington, Kent Co, England; to King & Queen Co, VA, by 1683;
    : d.King & Queen Co, VA [1-4,6,12,16,47,57,84,91,121,132,207,219,276,463,627,1284]
    : +Ann BURTON (?-c.1674?) of Worth, Kent, 1672; Sandwich, UK [1-4,6,12,16]
    : +Barbara ? (1662/1667-bf.1769) of King & Queen Co, VA; c.1684; d.Amelia Co, VA;
    : will probated by 1769 [1-4,6,12,16,47,57,91,121,132,207,276,463,617,1125,1284]
    :. Sylvester/Sylvistas ESTES (abt.1684-aftr.1754) of King & Queen Co, VA; K&Q Co, VA: 1722;
    :. Bertie Co, NC 1734-1741; Northampton Co, NC (formed from Bertie Co, NC) 1754
    :. [1-2,4,6,12,47,83,132,206,212,219,276,317,422,446,463,1284]
    :. (was the executor of his father's will[1], so presumably the eldest child. May have been
    :. the Samuel Estes who appeared in Spotsylvania Co, VA in 1728 with wife Rachel)
    :. +?
    :.. Ephraim ESTES (abt.1712-1781) of King & Queen Co, VA; to Bertie Co, NC by 1734; to
    :.. Bute Co, NC/Granville Co, NC 1740-1780 (formed from Bertie Co); d.Granville Co, NC;
    :.. Rev.War (Bute Co, NC was formed from Granville Co, NC 1764 & dissolved 1779)
    :.. [83,132,170,206,212,219,265,306,317,318,356,418,445,451,516,580,714,782,783,789,793,1254,1333]
    :.. +Sarah ? (1725-bt.1772/1781); abt.1740, Granville Co, NC
    :.. [83,170,212,219,306,356,445,451,714,783,793]
    :.. (Ephraim and several of his sons appear in many records with Aaron Fussell and his
    :.. family. Was Ephraim's wife Sarah Fussell? [1333] states her name was Sarah Rose Zachary,
    :.. however it contains errors & is unsourced.)
    :... Elizabeth ESTES (abt.1740-aftr.1800) of Granville Co, NC; d.Orange Co, NC [212,274,451]
    :... +William STROUD (1732-aftr.1786) of Brunswick Co, VA;c.1755, Granville Co, NC [274,451]
    :.... Margaret STROUD (1756-1816) of Orange Co, NC; d.Sumner Co, NC [451]
    :.... +William DOUGLAS; 1776 [451]
    :.... John STROUD (1758-1831) of Granville Co, NC; d.Orange Co, NC [451]
    :.... +Delilah BRYANT; 1779, Chatham Co, NC [451]
    :.... Frances STROUD (1761) of Granville Co, NC; d.Sumner Co, TN [451]
    :.... Mary STROUD (1763) of Orange Co, NC [451]
    :.... Sarah STROUD (1765) b&d.Granville Co, NC [451]
    :.... Anderson STROUD (1768) of Granville Co, NC [451]
    :.... William B. STROUD (1771-aftr.1839) of Orange Co, NC; d.Warren Co, TN [451]
    :.... +Nancy STUBBLEFIELD; 1793, Hawkins Co, TN [451]
    :.... Elizabeth STROUD (1773) of Granville Co, NC; d.Cumberland Co, NC [451]
    :.... Marshall STROUD (1775) of Granville Co, NC; d.Warren Co, TN [451]
    :.... Thomas B. STROUD (1778-1838) of Orange Co, NC; d.Warren Co, TN [451]
    :.... +Hannah ROBERTSON [451]
    :.... Dixon STROUD (1780) of Granville Co, NC [451]
    :... Ephraim ESTES Jr. (1741-1784) of Granville, Co, NC; Orange Co, NC, 1776-1781;
    :... d.Orange Co, NC [212,265,451,783,791]
    :... +Sarah BENNETT (?-aftr.1783) [783]
    :.... Ephraim ESTES III (1763) of Orange Co, NC; left Orange Co, NC bf.1790 [451,783,791]
    :.... +Mary WOODY; 1788, Orange Co, NC [451,783]
    :.... Nathaniel ESTES (c.1766) of Orange Co, NC [265,451]
    :.... Mary ESTES (1781) of Orange Co, NC [451]
    :... Sarah ESTES [ESTRIDGE] (c.1749-c.1820) of Bute/Granville Co, NC; d.Orange Co, NC [793]
    :... +Thomas CATE/CATES (1733) [793,794]
    :.... Frances CATES (1772) of Orange Co, NC [793]
    :.... Moses CATES (c.1774) of Orange Co, NC [793,794,1102]
    :.... +Hannah BRADFORD; 1795, Orange Co, NC [794,1102]
    :.... Martha CATES (1774) of Orange Co, NC [793]
    :.... Hulda CATES (1775) of Orange Co, NC [793]
    :.... Winny/Winifred CATES (1776) of Orange Co, NC [793]
    :.... Milly/Mildred CATES (1778) of Orange Co, NC [793]
    :.... John B. CATES (1779) of Orange Co, NC [793,794]
    :.... +Nancy BECK; 1804, Orange Co, NC [794]
    :.... Ephraim Estridge CATES (bt.1780/1784) of Orange Co, NC [793,794]
    :.... +Rebecca LINDSEY; 1803/1804, Orange Co, NC (marriage recorded twice) [794]
    :.... Tabitha CATES (1782) of Orange Co, NC [793]
    :.... Elizabeth CATES (1874) of Orange Co, NC [793]
    :.... Thomas Sykes CATES (1785) of Orange Co, NC [793,794]
    :... John ESTES (1750-1809) of Granville Co, NC; Bute Co NC 1769-1779; Granville Co, NC 1779;
    :... Warren Co, NC 1787-1793; Granville Co, NC 1800; d.Granville Co, NC
    :... [170,212,219,274,356,436,451,516,525,714,779,782,783,788,789,812,1254,1330]
    :... (Note: John had not moved from 1769-1793, Bute Co was formed from Granville Co &
    :... Warren Co. was formed from Bute Co. Throughout this time John lived on the one
    :... property on Sandy Creek. After 1793 when John sold his Sandy Creek property, he
    :... evidently moved to the shrunken Granville Co. where he died)
    :... +Sarah BENNETT (1755-c.1815) of Granville Co, NC; c.1770
    :... [170,212,274,387,436,451,516,525,714,779,1330]
    :... (niece of Sarah Bennett below who married Richard Estes Jr [387])
    :.... Nathaniel ESTES (1770-c.1845) of Bute Co, NC; Warren Co, NC 1792;
    :.... 1810 Granville Co, NC; 1820-1840 Wake Co, NC; d.Wake Co, NC
    :.... [212,274,278,436,451,516,525,714,779,781,783,808]
    :.... +Nancy ? (1774-1850's) of Granville Co, NC; d.Wake Co, NC [212,278,451,525]
    :..... James Bradley ESTES (1793-1861) of Granville Co, NC; Wake Co, NC 1830; to GA c.1837;
    :..... Troup Co, GA 1840, Meriwether Co, GA 1850, Carroll Co, GA 1853-1860; d.Carroll Co, GA
    :..... [212,234,270,386,390,458,518,516,519,573,583,584,776,779,791,808,1062,1216]
    :..... (Evidence is circumstantial for James being the s/o Nathaniel)
    :..... +Lucy FULLER (c.1793-bt.1871/1880); 1813, Granville Co, NC
    :..... d.Meriwether Co, GA [212,234,270,386,390,458,516,518,519,583,584,776,779,1062]
    :...... Kimbrel ESTES (c.1815-1860) of Granville Co, NC; Troup Co, GA 1840; d.Troup Co, GA
    :...... [234,270,452,516,519,561,573,583,584,623,702,1216]
    :...... +Rebecca CALDWELL (1818-1897) of Troup Co, GA; 1837, Troup Co, GA;
    :...... d.Cherokee Co, AL [234,270,452,519,561,583,584,623,702,1072,1216]
    :....... Andrew Jackson ESTES (1839-1922) of Troup Co, GA; Cherokee Co, AL 1867,1870,1880;
    :....... d.Baldwin Co, GA; CSA [234,516,519,561,583,584,1072,1216]
    :....... +Vernon Malissie CLARK (1839-1913); 1864, Harris Co, GA [234,252,519,561,584,1072]
    :........ Joanna Elizabeth ESTES (1865-1946) of Troup Co, GA;
    :........ d.Calhoun Co, AL [234,561,1072]
    :........ +James Allen WHITE (1856-1939) [234,561]
    :........ Atara Sarah ESTES (1867-1942) of Cherokee Co, AL; d.Polk Co, GA [234,561,1072]
    :........ +Thomas W. SHORT (1862-1934); 1884, Cherokee Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ Rebecca Frances ESTES (1868-1950) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [234,561,1072]
    :........ +Cyrus HOUSE (1861-1896); 1885, Cherokee Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ +Thomas Franklin HATCH (1845-1935); 1909; d.Polk Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ Pennie Lee ESTES (1870-1956) of Cherokee Co, AL [234,561,1072]
    :........ Lonas Debora ESTES (1872-1951) of Cherokee Co, AL; d.Polk Co, GA [234,561,1072]
    :........ +Joseph W. WOODS (1866-1931); 1891, Floyd Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ +John Bradford WOODS (1863-1939); aftr.1933; d.Cherokee Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ Estellous Marcellous ESTES (1875-1951) of Cherokee Co, AL;
    :........ d.Floyd Co, GA [234,561,1072]
    :........ +James Daniel DEMPSEY (1873-1944); 1891, Floyd Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ Olleander ESTES (1876-1960) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [234,561,1072]
    :........ +John Thomas ALLRED (1872-1932); 1894, Floyd Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ Kim ESTES (1879-1964) of Cherokee Co, AL; d.Haralson Co, GA [234,561,1072]
    :........ +Clara Emma Taullah LONG (1879-1954); 1900, Haralson Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ Austin Aulsey ESTES (1880) of Cherokee Co, AL; d.SC [234,561]
    :........ +Bennie Tabitha VOLES (1882); 1900, Haralson Co, GA; d.NC [234,561]
    :........ +Lula WINSTEAD; bf.1932 [561]
    :........ Victory McElroy ESTES (1883-1959) of Cherokee Co, AL;
    :........ d.Floyd Co, GA [234,561,604]
    :........ +Amanda Frances HUFF (1882-1962); 1902, AL; d.Cherokee Co, AL [234,561,604]
    :......... George Daniel ESTES (1909-2001) of Cherokee Co, AL; d.Haralson Co, GA [604]
    :....... +Millie TANNER (1873-1917); 1892, Haralson Co, GA [234,519,561,584]
    :........ Martha ESTES (1895-1981) of Haralson Co, GA; d.Steele, AL [234,252,561]
    :........ +Jesse BEAUTENBAUGH; 1917, Polk Co, GA [234,252,561]
    :........ Judge Crisp ESTES (1895-1984) of Haralson Co, GA; d.Fulton Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ +Nellie DERRING; 1914, Haralson Co, GA; d.Cobb Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ Frank L. Stanton ESTES (1896-1964) of Haralson Co, GA;
    :........ d.Fulton Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ +Cora C. DAVIS (1896-1985); 1919, Haralson Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ Mary ESTES (1897-1984) of Haralson Co, GA; d.Rossville, GA [234,561]
    :........ +Henry HILTON; 1915, Haralson Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ Lawton General ESTES (1898-1967) of Haralson Co, GA; d.Polk Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ +Ida PUCKETT (1897-1931) of Polk Co, GA; 1916, Haralson Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ +Effie Peek HAYES (1899-1992); 1932, Haralson Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ Delie ESTES (1899-1973) of Haralson Co, GA; d.Etowah Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ +John Ody WADDELL (1901-1963); 1918, Polk Co, GA; d.AL [234,561]
    :........ Amillie ESTES (1901-1984) of Haralson Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ +William Luther SWEAT (1900-1963); 1918, Polk Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ Obar ESTES (1903-1986) of Haralson Co, GA; d.Polk Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ +Othal Elijah WADELL (1903-1975); 1924, Etowah Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ Ona ESTES (1905-1990) of Haralson Co, GA; d.Polk Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ +Walter L. ELDER (1900-1986); 1921, Haralson Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ George G. ESTES (1906-1983) of Haralson Co, GA; d.Spalding Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ +Connie Mae RAMPLEY (1908-1986); d.GA [561]
    :........ Lona ESTES (1909-1978) of Haralson Co, GA; d.Sand Mountain, AL [234,561]
    :........ Abraham Lincoln ESTES (1913-1973) b&d.Haralson Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ +Jewell GILLEY (1913-1992); 1934, Haralson Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ Leaner ESTES of Haralson Co, GA [234,561]
    :....... +Leola GREER; 1918, Haralson Co, GA [234,561,584]
    :....... Joshua ESTES (c.1840-1864) of Troup Co, GA;
    :....... d.Marengo Co, AL; CSA [234,452,464,584,704,1216]
    :....... +Frances HART (1841); 1860, Troup Co, GA [234,452,464,561,584,704]
    :........ Bennet ESTES (ESTRIDGE) (1862) of Troup Co, GA [234,452,464,561]
    :........ +Mary Etta PROPHITT (1866-1890); 1884, Troup Co, GA [452]
    :......... Minnie ESTES (1886) of GA/AL [464]
    :......... James ESTES (1888) of GA/AL [464]
    :......... Ethel ESTES (1889) of GA/AL [464]
    :......... Jesse ESTES (1894) of GA/AL [464]
    :........ +Clara ?; c.1905 [464]
    :......... Gladdis ESTES (1906) of GA/AL [464]
    :......... Helfin ESTES (1908) of GA/AL [464]
    :......... Jeraldine ESTES (1910) of GA/AL [464]
    :......... Nina M. ESTES (1915) of GA/AL [464]
    :......... Andrew J. ESTES (1919) of GA/AL [464]
    :........ Dixie ESTES (EASTRIDGE) (1863-1925) of Troup Co, GA;
    :........ d.Lee Co, AL [234,452,464,561,704]
    :........ +Susan Alice KOON (?-1900); 1883, Troup Co, GA [464,704]
    :......... Avil Gaffner EASTRIDGE (1885-1960) of Harris Co, GA; d.Lee Co, AL [464,704]
    :......... +Lola Bell HODNETT; 1901, Troup Co, GA [464]
    :.......... James Kay EASTRIDGE (1903-1971) b&d.Chambers Co, AL [464]
    :.......... +Alice Gertrude SIMPSON; 1926, Troup Co, GA [464]
    :.......... Alice Mae EASTRIDGE (1904) of Chambers Co, AL [464]
    :.......... +John STANFIELD [464]
    :.......... Lillian Fannie EASTRIDGE (1906) of Chambers Co, AL [464]
    :.......... Roy Lee EASTRIDGE (1907-1908) of Chambers Co, AL [464]
    :.......... Robert Gaffner EASTRIDGE (1909-1989) b&d.Chambers Co, AL [464]
    :.......... +Ruby Beatrice WILLIAMS; 1932, Chatham Co, GA [464]
    :.......... George Willie EASTRIDGE (1911-1934) b&d.Chambers Co, AL [464]
    :.......... Alton Richard EASTRIDGE (1913-1993) of Chambers Co, AL; d.Lee Co, AL[464]
    :.......... +Flora Ilene CLIFTON; 1933, Troup Co, GA [464]
    :.......... Dixie Lee EASTRIDGE (1915-1968) of Chambers Co, AL;
    :.......... d.Tallapoosa Co, AL [464]
    :.......... +Elizabeth Loneta McDANIAL [464]
    :.......... John Wesley EASTRIDGE (1917-1930) b&d.Chambers Co, AL [464]
    :.......... Mary Emma EASTRIDGE (1920-1934) b&d.Chambers Co, AL [464]
    :.......... Minnie Ella EASTRIDGE (1927-1985) of Chambers Co, AL;
    :.......... d.Tallapoosa Co, AL [464]
    :.......... +Terry McCULLARS; 1945, Troup Co, GA [464]
    :......... Orrie Mae EASTRIDGE (1888-1962) of Troup Co, GA; d.Muscogee Co, GA[464]
    :......... +Herschel Virgil DAVIS; 1911 [464]
    :......... Walter Lee EASTRIDGE (1891-1970) of Chambers Co, AL; d.FL [464]
    :......... Clara Vandora EASTRIDGE (1894-1941) of Chambers Co, AL [464]
    :......... +John Oscar CHILDERS; 1916 [464]
    :......... Mary Lou EASTRIDGE (1897-1988) b&d.Chambers Co, AL [464]
    :......... +Charlie Frank CHILDERS; 1916 [464]
    :......... Carey Jefferson EASTRIDGE (1898-1878) b&d.Chambers Co, AL [464]
    :......... +Odessa CHASE; 1915 [464]
    :......... +Mary HARPER [464]
    :........ +Cassie KOON; 1902, Troup Co, GA [464,704]
    :......... Talmadge Nathan EASTRIDGE (1903) of GA/AL [464]
    :......... Annie Lillian EASTRIDGE (1905) of GA/AL [464]
    :......... Eunice EASTRIDGE (1909-1984) b&d.Lee Co, AL [464]
    :......... +Charlie OGLE; 1925 [464]
    :......... Kate EASTRIDGE (1914-1980) of Lee Co, AL [464]
    :......... +Eugene MIZELL [464]
    :....... Frances ESTES (1841) of Troup Co, GA [519,584,1216]
    :....... Isaiah H. ESTES (1844-1912) of Troup Co, GA; Cleburne Co, AL [234,561,583,584,1216]
    :....... +Sarah Elizabeth ALLEN (1850-1908); 1869, Cleburne Co, AL [234,561,584]
    :........ Mary ESTES (1870-bf.1880) of Cleburne Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ Nora B. ESTES (1871) b&d.Cleburne Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ +John W. JACKS (1865); 1888, Cleburne Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ David L. ESTES (1873-1902) b&d.Cleburne Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ +Nancy J. ? (1878) of AL [234,561]
    :........ Henchie E. ESTES (1874-1876) b&d.Cleburne Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ Catherine ESTES (1877-1951) b&d.Cleburne Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ +David ROBERTS; bf.1900 [234,561]
    :........ +James Asberry COPPOCK (1860) of AL; 1907 [234,561]
    :........ Martha P. ESTES (1879-1955) of Cleburne Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ +Charlie SMITH (1878-1967); d.Cleburne Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ James L. ESTES (1883-1945) of Cleburne Co, AL; d.Calhoun Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ +Amanda Lee SNIDER (1893-1987); d.Calhoun Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ John Wesley ESTES (1884-1978) b&d.Cleburne Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ +Martha A. COPPOCK (1890-1953); d.Cleburne Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ Cora B. ESTES (1889-1973) b&d.Cleburne Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ +John D. BLANTON (1883) of TN [234,561]
    :....... Lucy Ann ESTES (1845-1912) of Troup Co, GA; d.Carroll Co, GA
    :....... [234,252,270,274,561,583,584,1216]
    :....... +? JACHRAN [252]
    :........ John/James JACHRAN (to ESTES) (1865-1930) of GA/AL;
    :........ d.Muskogee OK [234,252,561]
    :........ +Offie Blanche YOUNG (1876-1966) of Hart Co, KY [561]
    :........ David JACHRAN (1866) of GA/AL [234,561]
    :....... +James William WHITTEN (1849) [234,252,274,561,584]
    :........ William WHITTEN (ESTES) (1870-1943) of GA/AL; d.Sherman, TX [234,252,561]
    :........ +Annie Stella SMITH (1878-1938); 1894, Sherman, TX [234,561]
    :........ Mary WHITTEN (1873) of GA/AL [234,561]
    :........ +William L. MARTIN; 1891, Cherokee Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ Alonzo/Alonza WHITTEN (1877-1942) of GA/AL; d.Ok. City, OK [234,561]
    :........ +Mary GUTHRIE [234,561]
    :........ +Jennie ESTES; 1897, Etowah Co, AL [234]
    :....... John Wesley ESTES (1850-1920) of Troup Co, GA; Cherokee Co, AL 1880;
    :....... d.DeKalb Co, AL [234,270,312,561,584,1072,1216]
    :....... +Nancy Elizabeth TEAGUE (1845-1917); 1869, Cleburne Co, AL [234,312,561,584,1072]
    :........ Annie J. ESTES (1870-1874) b&d.Cleburne Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ Franklin Edgar ESTES (1872-1936) of Cleburne Co, AL; d.Cherokee Co,AL [234,561,1072]
    :........ +Lola COTHRAN (1873); 1895, Cherokee Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ James J. ESTES (1874-1876) b&d.Cleburne Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ Alfred Wesley ESTES (1876-1959) of Floyd Co, GA; d.DeKalb Co, AL [234,312,561,1072]
    :........ +Edna Lucy RYAN (1882); 1899, DeKalb Co, AL [234,312,561]
    :......... Elbert Roscoe ESTES of DeKalb Co, AL [312]
    :......... Florence Lucille ESTES of DeKalb Co, AL [312,485]
    :......... +Gordon G. GILBERT; 1929, DeKalb Co, AL [485]
    :......... Gilbert ESTES of DeKalb Co, AL [312]
    :......... Curtis Hughey ESTES of DeKalb Co, AL [312,485]
    :......... +Mattie L. ADDISON; 1927, DeKalb Co, AL [485]
    :......... Tressie Mae ESTES of DeKalb Co, AL [312]
    :......... Herbert Ryan ESTES of DeKalb Co, AL [312]
    :........ William Buchanan ESTES (1877-1945/1963) of AL; d.GA/LA [234,509,561,1072]
    :........ +Minnie Merle MILLER (1879-1931); 1898, Cherokee Co, AL [234,509]
    :......... Jessie Marie ESTES (1899) of GA/AL [509]
    :......... Hazel Christine ESTES (1901) of GA/AL [509]
    :......... Ruby Velma ESTES of GA/AL [509]
    :......... Willie Myrl ESTES (1906) of GA/AL [509]
    :......... Beatrice Elizabeth ESTES (1911) of GA/AL [509]
    :......... Tommy Ralph ESTES (1919) of GA/AL [509]
    :......... Ray ESTES (1919-1919) of GA/AL [509]
    :........ Harriet ESTES (1879) of Cherokee Co, AL [234,561,1072]
    :........ John K. ESTES (1881-1954) of AL; d.DeKalb Co, AL [234,312,561]
    :........ +Josie O. ROBBINS (1886-1964); 1902, DeKalb Co, AL [234,312,561]
    :........ Sarah E. ESTES (1883) of Cherokee Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ +Sam DOBBS (1880-1959); 1904, DeKalb Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ Dock E. ESTES (1886-1963) of AL; d.DeKalb Co, AL [234,312,485,561]
    :........ +Hattie H. POWELL (1887-1882); 1905, DeKalb Co, AL [234,312,485,561]
    :........ Alrerna ESTES (1888-1892) of ?Cherokee Co, AL [234]
    :....... James M. ESTES (1852) of Troup Co, GA; Cherokee Co, AL 1880 [234,270,561,584,1072,1216]
    :....... +Nancy Elizabeth PATTY (1849) of GA; d.Cherokee Co, AL [234,561,584,1072,1216]
    :........ infant ESTES [234]
    :....... Martha Ann ESTES (1855-1913) of Troup Co, GA; d.Cherokee Co, AL [234,561,584,1216]
    :....... +Francis Marion PATTY (1858-1917); d.Cherokee Co, AL [234,561,584]
    :........ James Jasper PATTY (1879-1962) of Cherokee Co, AL;
    :........ d.Washington, DC [234,561]
    :........ +Eulee PATTY (1909) of Cherokee Co, AL [234,252,561]
    :........ +Josephine MARTINES [234]
    :........ Sarah E. PATTY (1880-1941) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ +William Larkin FINCH (1869) of GA; 1901, Cherokee Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ Margarett Lee PATTY (1882-1967) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ +Jonathan PRATER; 1903, Cherokee Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ Annie Rebecca PATTY (1886) of Cherokee Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ +Henry BARKLEY (1869) of AL; 1905, Cherokee Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ John Augustus PATTY (1888-1967) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ +Essie CAMERON; 1915, Cherokee Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ Marion Edgar PATTY (1889-1962) of Cherokee Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ +Minnie Lee HARDY; 1906, Talladega Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ Martha Maybell PATTY (1896-1922/1928) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ +? HILTON [234,561]
    :....... Buchanan H. ESTES (1857-1918) of Troup Co, GA; d.Etowah Co, AL [234,561,584,1216]
    :....... +Carrie ? [234,561,584]
    :........ Emma ESTES (1876) [234,561]
    :........ Sarah Jane ESTES (1877) [234,561]
    :........ Anna ESTES (1879) [234,561]
    :....... +Jane McLEOD (1862-1901); 1889, AL [234,561,584]
    :....... Elizabeth ESTES (1857-aftr.1920) of Troup Co, GA; d.Cherokee Co, AL [234,252,561,1216]
    :....... +John Edward SIMMONS (1855-aftr.1920) of AL [234,252,561,1216]
    :........ Avery M. SIMMONS (1876-1881) of AL; d.Polk Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ Ethel SIMMONS (1877) of GA [234,561]
    :........ +Joe GARRETT (1877); 1897, Floyd Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ Mary Tullah SIMMONS (1881-1971) of GA; d.Cherokee Co, AL [234,252,561]
    :........ +Holston L. CONOWAY (1881); 1905, Floyd Co, GA [234,252,561]
    :........ Eldale J. SIMMONS (1883) of GA [234,561]
    :........ +Luther F. WARD; 1908, Floyd Co, GA [561]
    :........ James B. SIMMONS (1885-1936) of GA; d.Cherokee Co, AL [234,561]
    :........ +Nora E. WOOD (1891-1955); 1909, Floyd Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ John William SIMMONS (1889-1972) of GA [234,561]
    :........ +Ellie SHUMAKE (1895); 1910, Floyd Co, GA [234,561]
    :....... Sarah Lorrar ESTES (1858/1862-1944) of Troup Co, GA;
    :....... d.Floyd Co, GA [234,561,584,1216]
    :....... +James W. MATTHEWS (1853-1899); c.1877; d.Cherokee Co, AL [234,561,584,1216]
    :........ George MATTHEWS (1878) [234,561]
    :........ Viola M. MATTHEWS (1879-1955); d.Floyd Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ +William W. BARNETT (1877-1969); 1901, Floyd Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ Martha MATTHEWS (1884-1961); d.Polk Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ +James B. EDGE (1884-1964); d.Polk Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ Etta MATTHEWS (1887) of Polk Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ +Almon G. MITCHELL (1885-1962); 1906, Floyd Co, GA [234,561]
    :....... +William R. KING (1856-1937); 1891; d.Floyd Co, GA [234,561,584,1216]
    :........ infant KING [561]
    :........ Sammie KING (1892) of Polk Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ +Cora WOOD (1892-1982); 1913, Polk Co, GA [561]
    :........ Charles W. KING (1898-1981); d.Floyd Co, GA [234,561]
    :........ +Clarice N. HORTON; 1920, Floyd Co, GA [561]
    :...... David ESTES (1818-1890) of Granville Co, NC; Troup Co GA, 1840, Meriwether Co,
    :...... 1850-1860; d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,270,386,516,518,583,584,622,702,1216]
    :...... +Elizabeth Ann CALDWELL (1815-1880); 1839, Troup Co, GA [234,270,516,518,584,622,702,1216]
    :....... Kimbal ESTES of Meriwether Co, GA; d.young [270]
    :....... Matthew ESTES (1842-1909) of Meriwether Co, GA; d.Rusk Co, TX;
    :....... CSA [234,516,518,584,621,700,1216]
    :....... +Mary Typhena SIBLEY (1842-1872); 1866, Meriwether Co, GA [234,583,584,700]
    :........ Aaron ESTES (c.1868) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ William Freeman ESTES (c.1868) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :....... +Nancy E. KEELING/KILAN (1841); 1872 [234,621]
    :........ John ESTES (1875) [234]
    :........ +Leota ? [234]
    :......... Lois L. ESTES (1898) [234]
    :........ Elizabeth ESTES (1877) [234]
    :........ +George EATON [234]
    :......... Rosa Mae EATON (1897-1978) [234]
    :......... J. L. EATON [234]
    :......... J. M. EATON [234]
    :......... Exa EATON [234]
    :....... Lucy ESTES (1844-1912) of Meriwether Co, GA; d.Rusk Co, TX [234,516,518,583,584,1216]
    :....... +James K. Polk MAXWELL; c.1868 [234,584,1216]
    :....... Mourning ESTES (1846-1916) of Meriwether Co, GA; d.Rusk Co, TX [234,516,518,584,1216]
    :....... +Isaac Richard THRASH [234,584,1216]
    :....... James B. ESTES (1848-1935) of Meriwether Co, GA [234,516,518,519,584,1216]
    :....... +Martha Ann O'NEAL (1845-1891); 1868, Meriwether Co, GA [234,584]
    :........ Lenora ESTES (1870) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Lelula ESTES (1871) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Atley ESTES (1872-1947) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ +Mary A. W. ? [234]
    :......... Jimmie ESTES (1879-1974) [234]
    :......... +Homer Lewis WYCHE [234]
    :......... Mary E. ESTES (1899) [234]
    :......... Annie ESTES (1900) [234]
    :......... Agnes Maude ESTES (1901) [234]
    :......... Glenn ESTES (1902) [234]
    :......... Vesta Mae ESTES (1904) [234]
    :......... Howell ESTES (1907) [234]
    :......... Grace ESTES (1909) [234]
    :........ Matthew ESTES (1876) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Sarah E. ESTES (1879) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Willie Edward ESTES (1881-1946) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ +Nettie KNIGHT [234]
    :........ Minnie ESTES (1882) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Annie ESTES (1885) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :....... +Hulon MASON; 1891, Meriwether Co, GA [234,584]
    :........ Mattie Lee ESTES (1892) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Loyd ESTES (1895) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :....... Tempie A. E. ESTES (1849-bf.1852) of Meriwether Co, GA [516]
    :....... Lizzie (Elizabeth) ESTES (1850) of Meriwether Co, GA [519,584,1216]
    :....... Sarah ESTES (1851/1854) of Meriwether Co, GA [234,583,584,1216]
    :....... Cynthia Tempie ESTES (1852-1925) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,518,519,583,584,1216]
    :....... David ESTES (1853) of Meriwether Co, GA [234,584,1216]
    :....... +Isory HOWARD; 1871, Meriwether Co, GA [584],1216
    :....... +Emma BROWN; 1883, Meriwether Co, GA [584,1216]
    :....... Caroline ESTES (1856-1862) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,584,1216]
    :....... Martha ESTES (1856-1907) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,584,1216]
    :....... John Wesley ESTES (1857) of Meriwether Co, GA [234,519,583,584,1216]
    :....... +Sarah PARKER; 1875, Meriwether Co, GA [234,584,1216]
    :....... Pennie ESTES (1858-1911) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,583,584,1216]
    :....... +George S. WOOSTER (1858-1912); 1884, Meriwether Co, GA [234,584,1216]
    :...... John Wesley ESTES (1819-1880) of Granville Co, NC; Troup Co, 1840, Meriwether
    :...... Co, GA 1850-1860; d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,252,270,386,458,518,583,584,1216]
    :...... +Martha Frances ROBERTS (1817-1852) of SC; 1842, Meriwether Co, GA
    :...... [234,252,270,386,516,518,519,583,584,1216]
    :....... Mary Ann ESTES (1843-1907) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,516,518,519,583,584,1216]
    :....... +Lewis A. EDWARDS (1848-1910); 1872, Meriwether Co, GA [234,519,584,1216]
    :....... Lucy Ann ESTES (1845-1907) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,516,518,519,583,584,1216]
    :....... +William James CLARK (1848-1944); 1872, Meriwether Co, GA [234,519,584]
    :........ Mattie J. CLARK (1872) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Josephine Savannah CLARK (1874-1958) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Mary L. CLARK (1876) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Lizzie E. CLARK (1878-1981) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ James W. CLARK (1880) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Henry J. CLARK (1882-1907) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Louis Cleveland CLARK (1885-1965) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Warren P. CLARK (1886-1886) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Ella L. CLARK (1888-1888) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :....... James W. ESTES (1847-1932) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,516,518,584,1216]
    :....... +Mary Etta O'NEAL (1849-1922); 1869, Meriwether Co, GA [234,519,583,584]
    :........ William Nathaniel ESTES (1872-1944) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ +Blanche THRASH; c.1893, Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :......... Royce Nathaniel ESTES (1894-1982) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :......... James ESTES (1896) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :......... Eleanor ESTES (1899-1979) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :......... Cathlene ESTES (1902) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :......... Joseph ESTES (1905) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :......... Hewlet Hall ESTES (1907-1978) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Alexander Franklin ESTES (1875-1926) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ +Azalee VAUGHAN [234]
    :........ Joseph L. ESTES (1876-1949) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ +Eula Opal AYCOCK [234]
    :......... infant ESTES (1916) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Henry Richard ESTES (1878-1952) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ +Bessie CROUCH; c.1905, Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :......... Henry Richard ESTES Jr. (1906-1907) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :......... Mary E. ESTES (1908) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :......... Wesley ESTES (1909) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :......... Lamar Crouch ESTES (1910-1911) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Mattie A. ESTES (1880) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Robert J. ESTES (1884-1884) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Eddie B. ESTES (1888-1975) of Meriwether Co, GA; d.West Point, GA [234]
    :........ +Idella POWELL [234]
    :........ Maude P. ESTES (1893-1895) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :....... Nathaniel ESTES (1852-1930) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,584,1216]
    :....... +Mary Jane CLARK (1850-1903); 1871, Meriwether Co, GA [234,519,583,584]
    :........ Harvey Ola ESTES (1872-1888) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Mary Elizabeth ESTES (?1872-1962) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ +James Hezekia ALMON; 1896 [234]
    :........ William James ESTES (1875-1935) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ +Bessie BLAKELY; 1896 [234]
    :........ Arrie Lillie ESTES (1877-1963) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ +Enoch Callaway THRASH; 1893 [234]
    :........ Fannie Lou ESTES (1880-1980) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ +Frank C. STROZIER; 1901 [234]
    :........ Henry Earnest ESTES (1882-1948) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ +Bessie GAY [234]
    :........ Author George ESTES (1885-1949) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ +Sallie Frances MANN; 1911 [234]
    :......... Jane ESTES [234]
    :........ Jimmie ESTES (1889-1978) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ +Joseph M. THRASH [234]
    :....... +Nancy Jane SMITH; 1903, Coweta Co, GA [519,584]
    :...... +Martha Frances ROBERTS (1827-1872); niece of above; 1854, Meriwether Co, GA
    :...... [234,252,270,386,519,584,1216]
    :....... David M. ESTES (1855-1931) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,458,519,584,1216]
    :....... +Ida T. O'NEAL (1859-1939); 1876, Meriwether Co, GA [234,458,519,584]
    :........ Lucy E. ESTES (1880) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Lubie Singleton ESTES (1881) of Meriwether Co, GA [234,458]
    :........ +Mattie Popie OWENS [458]
    :......... Melvin Christopher ESTES (?-1952) of Meriwether Co, GA; d.Swisher Co, TX[458,1003]
    :......... +Elsie Linnie BLACKSTONE (?-1983); d.Potter Co, TX [1003]
    :.......... Lubie Gay ESTES [1003]
    :.......... Shelby Jean ESTES [1003]
    :.......... Melvin Christopher ESTES Jr. [1003]
    :.......... Thomas Owen ESTES [1003]
    :......... Travis ESTES of Meriwether Co, GA [458]
    :......... Reinder ESTES of Meriwether Co, GA [458]
    :......... Ann ESTES of Meriwether Co, GA; to TX [458]
    :......... +? WHEELER [458]
    :......... Lubie Hugo ESTES (1917) of Meriwether Co, GA [458]
    :......... +Elsie May ROBERTS (c.1920) of Chambers Co, AL [458]
    :........ Louise ESTES (1883-1954) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Warner Nathaniel ESTES (1889-1963) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Calvin ESTES (1890-1963) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Kiser B. ESTES (1893-1970) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :....... Sarah ESTES (1857) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,519,583,584,1216]
    :....... +Rufus M. ARGROVES; 1878, Meriwether Co, GA [234,584,1216]
    :....... Kimbal/Kimbell ESTES (1859-1938) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,519,584,1216]
    :....... +Zillah MILLER (1858-1928); 1880, Meriwether Co, GA [234,519,583,584]
    :........ Walter E. ESTES (1880-1950) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ +Donnie Lee WALKER; c.1903 [234]
    :......... Lonza ESTES (1904) [234]
    :......... William H. ESTES (1905) [234]
    :......... George K. ESTES (1907) [234]
    :......... Bessie J. ESTES (1910) [234]
    :........ Matthew ESTES (1890) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ J. Colquitt ESTES (1892-1947) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Frances ESTES (1893) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Sulie G. ESTES (1899-1921) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :....... Pennie May ESTES (1862-1936) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,519,583,584,1216]
    :....... +William Henry CLARK (1865-1942); 1885, Meriwether Co, GA [234,519,583,584,1216]
    :....... Caroline ESTES (1863-1939) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,584,1216]
    :....... +Jefferson FULLER (1861-1911); 1880, Meriwether Co, GA [234,519,583,584,1216]
    :....... John Wesley ESTES (1866-1943) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,386,584,1216]
    :....... +Sarah Isabella WYCHE (1873-1909); 1891, Meriwether Co, GA [234,519,584]
    :........ Edward Harvey ESTES (1892-1979) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Mary Louisa ESTES (1895-1896) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Pearl Elizabeth ESTES (1897-1912) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Horace ESTES (1900-1992) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ John Vernon ESTES (1902-1985) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Aubrey ESTES (1905) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Sarah Luryetta ESTES (1907-1908) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Jim Franklin ESTES (1907-1908) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :....... +Elvie BIRD (1885-1974); 1909, Meriwether Co, GA [234,519,584]
    :........ male ESTES (1910-1910) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Alton D. ESTES (1911-1992) of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Lois ESTES of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Ruth ESTES of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :........ Charles ESTES of Meriwether Co, GA [234]
    :....... Matthew ESTES (1868-1870) of Meriwether Co, GA [234,584,1216]
    :....... J. P. W. ESTES (1869-1871) of Meriwether Co, GA [234,584,1216]
    :....... Willie ESTES (1871-1957) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,519,584,1216]
    :....... +Hattie A. HOWARD (1875-1968); 1892, Meriwether Co, GA [234,519,584,1216]
    :...... +Irene Elizabeth MILLER (1843-1920); 1873, Meriwether Co, GA
    :...... [234,270,519,583,584,1216]
    :....... William ESTES (1874-1874) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [519,584,1216]
    :....... Emma ESTES (1875-1931) b&d.Meriwether Co, GA [234,584,1216]
    :....... +William A. TODD (1868-1927); 1890, Meriwether Co, GA [234,519,584,1216]
    :...... Caroline ESTES (1821/1824) of Granville Co, GA; d.Carroll Co, GA
    :...... [270,518,519,573,623,702,1216]
    :...... +Larkin WALKER (1813-1859); 1838, Troup Co, GA; to Carroll Co, GA [270,573,623,702,1216]
    :....... John W. WALKER (1839) of GA [573]
    :....... Sarah A. WALKER (1842) of GA [573]
    :....... Mary A. WALKER (1843) of GA [573]
    :....... James WALKER (1845-bf.1860) of GA [573]
    :....... Nancy WALKER (1846) of GA [573]
    :....... Singleton WALKER (1848) of GA [573]
    :....... David WALKER (1850) of Meriwether Co, GA [573]
    :....... Larkin WALKER (1853) of Meriwether Co, GA [573]
    :....... Samuel WALKER (1855) of Carroll Co, GA [573]
    :....... William WALKER (1859) of Carroll Co, GA [573]
    :...... Nathaniel ESTES (1827-1863) of Granville Co, NC; Meriwether Co, GA 1850-1853;
    :...... to AL; CSA; d.LA (civil war) [270,386,516,518,573,584,1062]
    :...... Penny ESTES (bt.1825/1830) of NC [270,573,1063]
    :...... +? FULLER [270,573]
    :...... Elizabeth ESTES (1833) of NC; Meriwether Co, GA 1850; Carrol Co, GA 1870;
    :...... Haralson Co, GA 1880 [1062,1063,1190]
    :...... +George W. MAXWELL (1824) of GA; 1848, Meriwether Co, GA [1062,1063,1190]
    :....... Joseph Britlove MAXWELL (1851-1926) of Meriwether Co, GA [1062,1190]
    :....... +Mary Didemea TURNER (1858-1901) [1062,1190]
    :........ Ada Randall MAXWELL (1890-1969) [1190]
    :........ +Arthur H. WEBB; 1907, Carroll Co, GA [1190]
    :......... Helen Louise WEBB (1909-1988) [1190]
    :........ +Emmit M. THOMPSON [1190]
    :....... Alice MAXWELL (1853) of ?Carroll Co, GA [1063]
    :....... Georgia A. MAXWELL (1856) of ?Carroll Co, GA [1063]
    :....... Muscoe P. MAXWELL (1858) of ?Carroll Co, GA [1063]
    :....... +Melissa ? (1859) of GA [1063]
    :....... Charles MAXWELL (1860) of ?Carroll Co, GA [1063]
    :....... Augustus MAXWELL (1865) of ?Carroll Co, GA [1063]
    :....... Monroe MAXWELL (1867) of ?Carroll Co, GA [1063]
    :....... Ida MAXWELL (1870) of Carroll Co, GA [1063]
    :....... Nuton MAXWELL (1874) of ?Carroll Co, GA [1063]
    :..... John S. ESTES (c.1797) of Granville Co, NC;
    :..... Wake Co, 1840, 1850, 1860, 1870 [212,213,278,516,525,781,791,808,1216]
    :..... +Martha "Patsy" PEACE (1800-bf.1830) of NC; 1817, Granville Co, NC [212,213]
    :...... Nathaniel H. ESTES (1819-aftr.1883) of Granville Co, NC; Benton Co, AL 1850;
    :...... Calhoun Co, AL 1860; Madison Co, AL 1872-1883 [212,213,516,563,616,1077,1216,1392,1408]
    :...... +Margaret Sarah AIKEN (1825); 1845, Granville Co, NC [213,516,563,1077,1216,1392,1408]
    :....... Martha Etta ESTES (1846-1911) of Granville Co, NC; Cherokee Co, AL 1880;
    :....... d.Hood Co, TX [213,274,516,843,1072,1077,1216,1392,1408]
    :....... +Robert Hillman HOLMES (1840-1917); 1863, Calhoun Co, AL; CSA [213,274,843,1072,1077,1408]
    :........ Rufus Monroe HOLMES (1865-1957) b&d.Calhoun Co, AL [274,843,1072,1077,1408]
    :........ +Florence DIGGS (1865-1923) of AL [843,1077,1408]
    :........ Willie Lewis HOLMES (1866-1942) of Calhoun Co, AL; d.AL [843,1072,1077,1408]
    :........ +Emma HANSON (?-1937) [843,1077,1408]
    :........ Edna HOLMES (1869-1938) of Calhoun Co, AL; d.Hood Co, TX [843,1072,1077,1408]
    :........ +Thomas TIDWELL (1861-1942); d.Hood Co, TX [843,1077,1408]
    :........ James Forney HOLMES (1871-1956) of Calhoun Co, AL; d.Greyson Co, TX [843,1072,1077,1408]
    :........ +Ella Vassey TRAMMELL (1873-1893); d.Cherokee Co, AL [843,1077,1408]
    :........ +Ada STEWART [843,1077,1408]
    :........ Della Van HOLMES (1872-1957) of Calhoun Co, AL; d.San Diego Co, CA [843,1072,1077,1408]
    :........ +Henry D. WILSON [843,1077,1408]
    :........ +A. H. MORRISON [843,1077,1408]
    :........ Cindarilla HOLMES (1876-1918) of Cherokee Co, AL;
    :........ d.Calhoun Co, AL [274,843,1072,1077,1408]
    :........ +Doy Dailey GARRETT (1876-1967); 1895, Calhoun Co, AL [274,1077,1408]
    :........ Wylie H. HOLMES (1879-1953) of Cherokee Co, AL; d.Potter Co, TX [843,1072,1077,1408]
    :........ +Ella Mae GARRETT (1879-1903); 1897, Calhoun Co, AL [843,1077,1408]
    :........ +Martha Etta HUFFSTUTLER (1873-1932); 1904, Hood Co, TX [843,1077,1408]
    :........ +Adie Smallwood HICKS; 1934, Collin Co, TX [843,1077,1408]
    :........ Etta Laura HOLMES (1881) of Cherokee Co, AL [843,1077,1408]
    :........ +Robert Moses GARNER [843,1077,1408]
    :....... William Franklin ESTES (1849-1903) of Granville Co, NC;
    :....... d.Cherokee Co, AL [213,516,616,1077,1216,1392,1408]
    :....... +Roann Jarutha ROBERTSON (1863-1943); 1880, Etowah Co, AL;
    :....... d.Cherokee Co, AL [213,274,1077,1408]
    :........ Benjamin Collien ESTES of Cherokee Co, AL [1077,1408]
    :........ +Pearlee A. Rosebud DOCKINS [1077,1408]
    :........ Maggie ESTES of Cherokee Co, AL [1077,1408]
    :........ +? VEBABLE [1077,1408]
    :........ Sarah Ann ESTES (1881) of Cherokee Co, AL [1077,1408]
    :........ Mary Caroline ESTES (1886) of Cherokee Co, AL [1077,1408]
    :........ +? PEARSON [1077,1408]
    :........ George Nathaniel ESTES (1890) of Calhoun Co, AL [1077,1408]
    :........ Joseph E. ESTES (1895) of Cherokee Co, AL [1077,1408]
    :........ Clarence ESTES (1899) of Cherokee Co, AL [1077,1408]
    :....... John Wesley ESTES (1855-1920) of Benton Co, AL;
    :....... d.Jefferson Co, AL [213,274,563,616,1077,1216,1392,1408]
    :....... +Mary Ida Louise SMITH (1860-1928); 1884, Etowah Co, AL [213,274,563,1077,1392,1408]
    :........ Cora Lee ESTES (1887) of Calhoun Co, AL [274,1077,1392,1408]
    :........ Maude ESTES (1889) of Calhoun Co, AL [274,1077,1392,1408]
    :........ James Powell ESTES (1892-1943) of Calhoun Co, AL; d.Jefferson Co, AL [274,1077,1392,1408]
    :........ +Laura Elizabeth SUMERLIN; 1915, Jefferson Co, AL [274,1077,1408]
    :....... Mary Isabella ESTES (1859-1903) of Benton Co, AL;
    :....... d.Calhoun Co, AL [213,274,516,1077,1216,1392,1408]
    :....... +James Pleasant SHAW (1856-1923); 1877, Etawah Co, AL [274,1077,1408]
    :...... James Arthur ESTES (1821-1893) of Granville Co, NC; Benton Co, AL 1850;
    :...... Cherokee Co, AL 1860,1870,1873,1880; d.Cherokee Co, AL [212,213,516,616,1072]
    :...... +Martha Harriet HOLMES (1823-1889); 1848, Wake Co, NC [213,516,1072]
    :....... Gertrude ESTES of Wake/Granville Co, NC [274]
    :....... Virginia Blount ESTES (1849-1932) of Granville Co, NC [213,274,516]
    :....... +Van DAVIS (1849) of SC [213,274]
    :....... Emily Caroline ESTES (1851-aftr.1910) of Benton Co, AL [213,274,1072]
    :....... +Winston M. HARVEY; 1894, Cherokee Co, AL [213]
    :....... Sanders ESTES (1853) of Cherokee Co, AL; Cherokee Co, Al 1870 [213,516]
    :....... Henry Thomas ESTES (1854) of Cherokee Co, AL [213]
    :....... +Cynthia COBB [213]
    :........ George W. ESTES (1877) [213,274]
    :........ +Belle WALLACE (1884-1944) [274]
    :....... Ira Wyeth ESTES (1857-1937) of Cherokee Co, AL; Madison Co, AL 1899;
    :....... Greer Co, OK 1900; d.Jackson Co, OK [212,213,516,616,1072]
    :....... +Mary Cecily RICKS (1866-1949) of GA; d.Jackson Co, OK [213,274,516]
    :........ Bernice A. ESTES (1882) of Cherokee Co, AL [213,516]
    :........ +Jesse ? [213]
    :......... infant ESTES [213]
    :......... Barnett ESTES [213]
    :......... Ira ESTES [213]
    :........ infant ESTES of Cherokee Co, AL [213]
    :........ infant ESTES of Cherokee Co, AL [213]
    :........ Van E. ESTES (1889-1979) of Cherokee Co, AL; d.Jackson Co, OK [213,516]
    :........ +Viola ? [213]
    :......... Betty Ruth ESTES of Jackson Co, OK [213]
    :......... Dorothy ESTES of Jackson Co, OK [213]
    :......... Edith ESTES of Jackson Co, OK [213]
    :......... Elinore ESTES of Jackson Co, OK [213]
    :......... Juanita ESTES of Jackson Co, OK [213]
    :......... Mary Lou ESTES of Jackson Co, OK [213]
    :......... Van E. ESTES Jr. of Jackson Co, OK [213]
    :......... infant ESTES (1919-1919) of Jackson Co, OK [213]
    :........ Alva H. ESTES (1890-1972) of Cherokee Co, AL; d.Jackson Co, OK [213,516]
    :........ +Selma ? [213]
    :......... Clyde ESTES of Jackson Co, OK [213]
    :......... Florita ESTES of Jackson Co, OK [213]
    :......... Herman ESTES of Jackson Co, OK [213]
    :......... infant ESTES (1914-1914) of Jackson Co, OK [213]
    :........ Ausie H. ESTES (1892-1977) of Cherokee Co, AL; d.Jackson Co, OK [213,516]
    :........ +? SAWYER [213]
    :......... no issue [213]
    :........ John Arthur ESTES (1895) of Cherokee Co, AL [213,516]
    :........ +?
    :......... Dewey ESTES [213]
    :......... Dorine ESTES [213]
    :......... Francis ESTES [213]
    :........ Ernest Otto ESTES (1897-1975) of Cherokee Co, AL; d.Lubbock Co, TX [213,516]
    :........ +Mary KAISER; 1918, OK [213]
    :......... Clara Estes ESTES (1919-1994) of Creek Co, OK; d.Del Norte Co, CA [213]
    :......... +Paul Elmo TANKERSLEY; 1938, Taos Co, NM [213]
    :........ +Geneva Paul GREER; 1935, Terry Co, TX [213]
    :....... Samuel Bumpers ESTES (1859) of Cherokee Co, AL [213,1072]
    :....... +Ela ? [213]
    :...... Samuel Peace ESTES (1824-1899) of Granville Co, NC; Benton Co, AL 1850;
    :...... Cherokee Co, AL 1859,1860,1880; d.Cherokee Co, AL [212,213,516,562,616,1072]
    :...... +Amanda MANGUM (1825-1907); 1845, Granville Co, NC;
    :...... d.Cherokee Co, AL [213,516,562,1072]
    :....... Isaac Newton ESTES (1846-1936) of Granville Co, NC;
    :....... d.Cherokee Co, AL [213,245,516,1072]
    :....... +Letetia M. BOOZER (1849-1924); 1867, Cherokee Co, AL [213,245,1072]
    :........ Rebecca C. ESTES (1868-1954) of Cherokee Co, AL [245,274,1072]
    :........ +Jordan C. GILLEY; 1890, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Amanda H. ESTES (1870-1966) of Cherokee Co, AL [245,1072]
    :........ +William Henry ALLEN (1855-1943); 1890, Cherokee Co, AL [245]
    :......... Newton Memory ALLEN (1891-1968) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [245]
    :......... +Mary Ella SMITH [245]
    :......... Sutibia J. ALLEN (1892) of Cherokee Co, AL [245]
    :......... +Elton B. TAYLOR; 1912, Cherokee Co, AL [245]
    :......... Joel Franklin ALLEN (1894-1982) of Cherokee Co, AL [245,252,274]
    :......... +Claudia Jo ESTES (below) [252,274]
    :......... +Sula ESTES (below); 1915, Cherokee Co, AL [245,252,274]
    :......... David Emmette ALLEN (1897-1969) of Cherokee Co, AL [245,252]
    :......... +Annie M. SEWELL; 1927, Cherokee Co, AL [245,252]
    :......... Mary Sue Letia Estes ALLEN (1904) of Cherokee Co, AL [252]
    :........ William David ESTES (1871-1942) of Cherokee Co, AL [245,252,616,1072]
    :........ +Ada COLEY; c.1891 [252]
    :........ +Arminda E. CUNNINGHAM; 1930 [252]
    :........ Joel Hampton ESTES (1873-1895) of Cherokee Co, AL [245,1072]
    :........ Luther N. ESTES (1875-1953) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [245,252,274,1072]
    :........ +Mary Jane Isabella COLEY; 1896, Etowah Co, AL [252]
    :......... Herbert ESTES (1898) of Cherokee Co, AL [252]
    :......... +Nora WOOD; 1918, Cherokee Co, AL [252]
    :......... Cora Viola ESTES (1901) of Cherokee Co, AL [252]
    :......... Mary Lou ESTES (1904) of Cherokee Co, AL [252]
    :........ +Catherine S. ADKINS; 1904 [274]
    :........ Hester W. ESTES (1877-1901) of Cherokee Co, AL [245,252,1072]
    :.........+Jessie J. WESTON; 1900, Cherokee Co, AL [252]
    :......... infant ESTES (1901-1901) of Cherokee Co, AL [252]
    :........ Samuel Henry ESTES (1879-1925) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [245,252,274,1072]
    :........ +Inez SMITH; 1899, Cherokee Co, AL [252,274]
    :........ Martha Della ESTES (1881-1884) of Cherokee Co, AL [245]
    :........ Cora Belle ESTES (1883-1960) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [245,252]
    :........ +William Elmer DAVIS; 1903, Cherokee Co, AL [252]
    :......... infant DAVIS (1904-1904) of Cherokee Co, AL [252]
    :......... Velma DAVIS (1906) of Cherokee Co, AL [252]
    :......... Nettie Belle DAVIS (1913) of Cherokee Co, AL [252]
    :........ James Franklin ESTES (1886-1975) of Cherokee Co, AL [245,252,274]
    :........ +Maude Viola WEST; 1906, Calhoun Co, AL [252,274]
    :......... Jessie Cornelius ESTES (1907-1984) of Calhoun Co, AL [252]
    :......... Thurman Hubert ESTES (1909-1977) of Calhoun Co, AL [252]
    :......... William Casper ESTES (1910) of Calhoun Co, AL [252]
    :......... Orville Edwin ESTES (1918-1945) of Calhoun Co, AL; d.WW2, Germany [252]
    :........ Nora Edie ESTES (1887-1959) of Cherokee Co, AL [245,274]
    :........ +Noah C. ESTES (see below); 1906, AL [252,274]
    :......... Paul E. ESTES (1908-1995) of Cherokee Co, AL [252]
    :......... Gertie Mae ESTES (1909-1978) of Cherokee Co, AL [252]
    :......... Cora Ethel ESTES (c.1916) of Cherokee Co, AL [252]
    :......... Lillie V. ESTES (c.1918) of Cherokee Co, AL [252]
    :....... Eugenia Dutch ESTES (1848-1938) of Wake Co, NC; d.Cherokee Co, AL [213,516,1072]
    :....... +David H. DAVIS (1851); 1869, Cherokee Co, AL [213,1072]
    :........ Newton Wesley DAVIS (1869-1925) of Cherokee Co, AL; d.FL [274,1072]
    :........ +Arminda E. CUNNINGHAM (elsewhere for 2nd marriage) [274]
    :........ Mary Clementine DAVIS (1871-1947) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274,1072]
    :........ +James T. PAYNE; 1900, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ William J. DAVIS (1873-1961) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274,1072]
    :........ +Ida L. CUNNINGHAM; 1898, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :......... Winnie Lee DAVIS (1898-1989) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :......... +Daniel Edward ESTES (elsewhere); 1917, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :......... Clyde V. DAVIS (1901-1939) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :......... +Hiram Clifford ESTES (below); 1913, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Samuel DAVIS (1876) of Cherokee Co, AL [274,1072]
    :........ +Maggie McINTYRE; 1899, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Emily L. DAVIS (1878-1942) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274,1072]
    :........ +Thomas Ezekiel COLEY; 1894, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Laura A. DAVIS (1880-1964) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Dode A. BRADLEY; 1896, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Ellis Hale DAVIS (1883) of Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Lillie DAVIS (1886) of Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Hugh CUNNINGHAM; 1909, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Van Webster DAVIS (1889-1980) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Maude JOHNSON; 1910, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :....... Napolean Jasper ESTES (1850-1934) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [213,252,274,516,616,1072]
    :....... +Julia Ann COLLINS (1858-1935); d.Cherokee Co, AL [213,252,274,1072]
    :........ James Forster ESTES (1876-1967) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274,1072]
    :........ +Zula E. CUNNINGHAM; 1901, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Hettie W. ESTES (1878-1961) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274,1072]
    :........ +Ollie SMITH; 1910, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Sadie Pearl ESTES (1879-1908) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274,1072]
    :........ +Taylor N. CHANDLER; 1900, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ William Berry ESTES (1881-1964) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Minnie Jane CHANDLER; 1906, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ John Tillman ESTES (1883-1969) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Rachel Amanda PEACE; 1916, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Noah Cleveland ESTES (1885-1959) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [252,274]
    :........ +Norah Edie ESTES (above); 1906, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Samuel Gordon ESTES (1888) of Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Pearl JOHNSON; 1911, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Hiram Clifford ESTES (1891-1971) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Clyde V. DAVIS (above); 1913, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Calvin Oats ESTES (1894-1967) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Tevis EUBANKS; 1918, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Daniel Edwards ESTES (1895-1984) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Winnie Lee DAVIS (above); 1917, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Pattie ESTES (1898) of Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :....... William Duncan ESTES (1852-1942) of Benton Co, AL; d.Cherokee Co, AL [213,616,1072]
    :....... +Emily Prudence PEACE; 1882, Calhoun Co, AL [213,274]
    :........ Allie Patterson ESTES (1882-1885) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Claudia Jo ESTES (1885-1973) of Calhoun Co, AL; d.Cherokee Co, AL[252,274]
    :........ +Joel Franklin ALLEN (above) of Calhoun Co, AL [274]
    :........ Bertha A. ESTES (1887-1972) b&d.Calhoun Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Coke C. LOVE; 1926, Calhoun Co, AL [274]
    :........ Samuel Floyd ESTES (1889-1963) b&d.Calhoun Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Mary E. Studdard (1896-1981) of Calhoun Co, AL [274]
    :........ Sula ESTES (1893-1948) b&d.Calhoun Co, AL [252,274]
    :........ +Joel Franklin ALLEN (above); 1915, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Wiley Mangum ESTES (1896-1972) b&d.Calhoun Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Rosie JOHNSON; 1919, Calhoun Co, AL [274]
    :........ Willie Winston ESTES (1901-1976) b&d.Calhoun Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Inez Faye IVY; 1927, Calhoun Co, AL [274]
    :....... Kavanaugh Foster ESTES (1854-1941) of Cherokee Co, AL [213,274,616,1072]
    :....... +Adell Areni ADAMS; 1883, Cherokee Co, AL [213,274]
    :........ Effie L. ESTES (1884-1978) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Willis Alexander FARRAR; 1904, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Samuel Aken ESTES (1888) of Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Virginia S. MORRISON; 1914, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Frank Newton ESTES (1890-1976) b&d.Calhoun Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Lou Addie SEXTON; 1913, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Liza Annie ESTES (1893-1974) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Hugh SALMON (1896) [274]
    :........ Lizzie F. ESTES (1896) of Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +William H. COLEY (1896-1932) of Etowah Co, AL [274]
    :........ Walter ESTES (1903) of Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Minnie L. BEARD; 1930 [274]
    :........ +Nellie SMITH [274]
    :....... Sarah Frances ESTES (1856-1902) of Benton Co, AL; d.Cherokee Co, AL[213,274]
    :....... +John Franklin PEACE; 1878, Calhoun Co, AL [213,274]
    :........ Samuel Easter PEACE (1879-1959) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Emma L. BEARD; 1901, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Alice Amanda PEACE (1882-1956) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Charley F. HANEY; 1904, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Taylor N. CHANDLER; 1909, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Daisy Evidene PEACE (1885-1966) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Isaac Newton FARRAR; 1904, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ William Brosco PEACE (1887-1887) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Henry Osco PEACE (1887-1887) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Eda Catherine PEACE (1888-1913) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ infant PEACE (1890-1890) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Early Thomas PEACE (1891-1970) of Cherokee Co, AL; d.Jefferson Co, AL[274]
    :........ +Tommie HARDIN; 1913, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Nellie Ellen PEACE (1897-1980) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +William Chester BEDWELL; 1914, Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Arthur J. GIBSON [274]
    :....... Martha Helen ESTES (1859-1950) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [213,252,274,1072]
    :....... +James Buchannan COLLINS (1856-1925); aftr.1880 [252,274]
    :........ Beulah COLLINS (1883-1916) of Cherokee Co, AL; d.Calhoun Co, AL [274]
    :........ Sula COLLINS (1893) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +John Brewster BOX; 1908, AL [274]
    :........ John Pelham COLLINS (1886-1968) of Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Betty Annie JOHNSON (1894-1945) [274]
    :........ Lila Amanda COLLINS (1888-1962) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +Will NORTON [274]
    :........ +William B. PENNY (1862-1931) of Calhoun Co, AL [274]
    :........ Laura Evaline COLLINS (1889-1977) of Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Mary Ann Margaret COLLINS (1891-1916) of Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ +John Franklin ADERHOLD; 1911, AL [274]
    :........ Samuel Jones COLLINS (1894-1918) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Lula Florence COLLINS (1889-1962) of Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........ Ellen Gertrude COLLINS (1901-1978) of Cherokee Co, AL [274]
    :........+Vernie C. COLLIER (1901) [274]
    :....... Mary Alice ESTES (1862-1920) b&d.Calhoun Co, AL [213,274,1072]
    :....... +William B. PENNY; 1883, Calhoun/Cherokee Co, AL [213,274]
    :....... Joanna Florence ESTES (1864-1952) b&d.Cherokee Co, AL [213,274,1072]
    :....... +James D. JENKINS; 1911, Cherokee Co, AL [213,274]
    :..... +Sarah ? (1800-bt.1850/1860) of NC; Wake Co, NC 1850 [212,278,516,791,808]
    :...... Lucas ESTES (1839) of Wake Co, NC; Wake Co, 1870 [212,278,516,791,808]
    :..... +Mahala ? (1816) of NC [808]
    :...... Frances ESTES (1854) of Wake Co, NC [808]
    :...... Thomas ESTES (1856) of Wake Co, NC [808]
    :...... Elizabeth ESTES (1858) of Wake Co, NC [808]
    :..... Martha "Polly" ESTES (1804) of Granville Co, NC [212,274,923]
    :..... +Abner B. PEACE (1802-1886); 1822, Wake Co, NC; 1850, Wake Co, NC [212,274,923]
    :...... John C. PEACE (1835) of Wake Co, NC [212,274]
    :...... James N. PEACE (1836) of Wa

    Birth:
    in Fordwich...

    Occupation:
    in Sandwich, Kent, England

    Immigration:
    Lacking any verifiable sources for the claim that Abraham arrived in Virginia on the "Martha" in early 1674, one must view the claim with a high degree of skepticism, especially in light of one source being destroyed before 1840 and the other making no reference to the "Martha" or Abraham at all (apart from a latter reference in 1682 to Abraham). Did Abraham arrive on the "Martha" early 1674? It's possible, but there's no evidence for it. Equally likely he could have arrived in 1675 on the "Mary" or flown to Virginia on a magic carpet! ... http://www.roots-boots.net/ft/estes-ab.txt

    Abraham married Barbara LNU 29 Dec 1682, King and Queen County, Virginia. Barbara was born 1662-1670, King and Queen County, Virginia; died 0___ 1720, Amelia Court House, Amelia County, Virginia, A British Colony of America. [Group Sheet]


  6. 21.  Barbara LNU was born 1662-1670, King and Queen County, Virginia; died 0___ 1720, Amelia Court House, Amelia County, Virginia, A British Colony of America.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Barbara Brock
    • Will: 25 Nov 1720

    Notes:

    Barbara's maiden name is a matter of some dispute. It has generally been claimed she was Barbara Brock, however there is no documentary evidence to support this.

    end of comment

    Slavery in Virginia was not yet institutionalized. It wasn’t until 1720, about the time Abraham and Barbara died, that Virginia passed a law relegating slaves to "personal property" status, meaning they could be bought and sold and were never free.

    Abraham died on November 21, 1720 or 1721. There is a discrepancy in the year within the documents themselves. At that time, Abraham’s wife, Barbara, was living, and made her will as well, apparently 4 days later. We don’t know if she made her will at that time because she too was ill, which was the typical reason or if other forces were at play. For example, she could have made her will simply because there was a lawyer available and she was already involved in settling her husband’s estate, or she could have made her will because someone was afraid if she didn’t, they wouldn’t get their fair share. She could also have made her will because she wanted to be positive that her youngest children would be taken care of, especially Barbara who was clearly a very dependent “special needs” child. The only clue we have is that Abraham’s wife, Barbara, apparently died very shortly thereafter. This must have been exceedingly difficult for their children, especially those who were still at home, Moses and Barbara (the daughter) who may not have had the capacity to understand – to lose both parents, possibly in a matter of days.

    From the chancery suit:

    Your orator Moses Eastis that in the year of our lord 1721 on the 21st day of Nov your orator’s late father Abraham Eastes departed this life after making and constituting in writing his last will and testament and thereby after specifically leaving? part of his estate did give or further lend his who personal estate to his wife Barbara during her natural life and to be disposed of amongst his children then living as she might think proper.

    Note that it says two things. First, “his children” and second, “as she might think proper.”

    Here’s what Barbara’s will said, again, from the chancery suit:

    He further stated? that the said Barbara Eastes agreeable to the trust and in the presence aforesaid reposed in her by your orator’s father on the 25th day of Nov. 1720 she made in writing her last will and testament in writing and surety? after giving an inconsiderable part of her aforesaid husband’s estate to several of her children therein mentioned directly that the remainder should remain in the hands of her executor Elisha Eastes, Thomas Poor and Susana his wife for the sole benefit of your orator and Barbara Eastes your orator’s sister whom she concluded were incapable of getting their living. But with a precise that they should become an ? in their leave? or either of them should die then the same to be equally divided amongst Sylvester, Thomas, Elisha, Robert, Richard, John, Moses Eastes, Martha Watkins, Susana Poor and Sarah Eastes or the survivors of them as by the said last will and testament will more fully appear reference being that there to and to which your orator for greater certainty refer and on the day of departed this life without altering or revoking the will.

    It’s hard to know why Barbara made her will, but what we do know is that Moses and Barbara, her two youngest children began living with Thomas Poor and his wife, Susanna, in 1721, per the depositions in the chancery suit.

    This tells us that Barbara died not long after Abraham, perhaps within a few days. She was only about 50. She may have had the same illness as Abraham. We do know that there was a severe smallpox epidemic in Boston in 1721, killing upwards of 6000 and causing the entire population of the city to flee, bringing smallpox to the rest of the thirteen colonies.

    This lawsuit also gives us hints as to Barbara’s age. Her youngest child was Barbara who was born about 1713. She was disabled and epileptic – perhaps a Downs child – very commonly found in the youngest child to older mothers. Barbara was the last child born, so if we presume Barbara, the mother, was about age 43, that puts her birth at about 1670, and her marriage to Abraham about 1690, give or take a couple of years.

    Several children were mentioned in Barbara’s will, which is referenced in the lawsuit. Unfortunately, her will is missing and has been for years, along with Abraham’s from the Amelia County lawsuit. It was referenced in the 1940s by researchers, and fortunately, the pleadings in the suit summarize the contents of the will.

    Barbara lists the following 11 children in her will. I’ve included a summary of what we know about each one.

    Sylvester – wife unknown, by 1722 owned land in King and Queen County, moved to Bertie Co., NC by 1734 and was in Granville Co., NC by 1744, Northampton Co., NC by 1754.
    Thomas – married Ann Rogers, died in Caroline County, VA in1745.
    Elisha – married Mary Ann Mumford, was the executor of his father’s estate in 1720, lived in Amelia County as late as 1770, died in Henry County, VA in 1782.
    Robert – married Mary “Millie” Smith, moved to Lunenburg County where he died in 1775.
    Richard – married Mary Yancy, died in 1741/1742 in Hanover County.
    John – married Elizabeth “Nutty” Pickett, died in 1765/1770 in Louisa County, VA.
    Moses – born 1701, was one of two minor children upon the death of Abraham, married Elizabeth, surname unknown by whom he had children, and died in 1787 in Halifax County, VA.
    Sarah – married James Young sometime after her mother’s death in 1721 – no further information.
    Barbara – died as a child.
    Martha Watkins – Also noted as Mary by some, husband Thomas Watkins. No further information.
    Susana Poor – husband Thomas Poore, had daughter Elizabeth, born about 1710, who married a Harris and Mary who married Zachariah Williams
    The bolded children are females who may have had daughters that could have descendants today, through all females, who would be candidates for mitochondrial DNA testing.

    The Estes family was very fortunate. According to the Virginia History series, if a child lived past 20, their life expectancy was about 40 years, but half of the children didn’t survive. This is one reason why the colonies were so dependent on immigration.

    If Barbara married Abraham in 1690 and had a child every other year, this would be just about perfect, although the only two children appearing to be underage in 1721 were Moses and Barbara, which suggest the other 9 were age 18 by 1721, or born before 1703. Nine children born every two years suggests births beginning about 1785.

    There are two other children believed to be Abraham’s, a son, Abraham, and a son Samuel. Evidence for Samuel being a son is somewhat sketchy, but evidence that Abraham was Abraham’s son is rather convincing, including the same first name and the fact that it appears that Abraham may have wound up with Abraham Sr.’s land. It was not unusual in that time and place for the eldest son to inherit all of the land, sometimes by conveyance prior to the parent’s death, and then not be mentioned in the will.

    Regardless of why, neither Abraham nor Samuel were mentioned in Barbara’s will.

    If Abraham and Samuel were Barbara’s children, they were probably the oldest males.

    Given that Abraham immigrated in 1673, and was not married to Barbara until about 1690, it’s certainly possible that he was married in Virginia prior to marrying Barbara. In fact, it would be unlikely that Abraham remained single this entire time, even if he did serve an indentured servitude for 7 years, a possibility that has been debated within the Estes family for years.

    What we don’t know from the lawsuit or any other documentation of any kind about Barbara, the wife who died in 1721 and the mother of most of Abraham’s children, is her surname.

    Given that New Kent and King and Queen are burned counties, and there is absolutely no evidence that Abraham and Barbara ever lived in any other location, there is nothing, absolutely nothing, indicating Barbara’s surname or parents.

    However, when you look on Ancestry.com, her surname is listed in all the trees as Brock, and that is absolutely incorrect. Or maybe better stated, there is not one shred of evidence anyplace that her surname is Brock. Nada – not one. If you find one, please, PLEASE send it to me! By the way, evidence is not someone else’s tree or contributed family information. Evidence is a Bible, a tax list, a deed, a will, a lawsuit – something of that nature. Personally, I’m still hoping for that Bible on e-bay:)

    The Brock surname seems to have attached itself to Barbara in the 1980s when a historical fiction book that included the Estes family was published and assigned Brock as Barbara’s surname. It also doesn’t help any that Abraham’s probable son, Abraham, had a daughter, Barbara, who married Henry Brock, so indeed there was a Barbara Brock in the family, although she was Barbara Estes Brock, not Barbara Brock Estes – and two generations later. Those pesky details!!!

    DNA evidence isn’t going to help us find Barbara’s surname, unfortunately.

    However, there is one other possible DNA avenue to learn more about Barbara Not Brock Estes. She did have daughters, although we have no information about two of those daughters after they married. If they survived, they surely had children – and possibly daughters.

    Anyone who descends through all females from Barbara carries her mitochondrial DNA. Her mitochondrial DNA will tell us about her heritage – where her people came from – England perhaps? Native American? If we can find her mitochondrial DNA, we will have that answer. Barbara had three daughters. Of those, we know little about 2, but the third daughter had at least 2 daughters, so there is hope that some descendant today descends from Barbara through all females. I have a DNA testing scholarship for the first person with proof of their descent from Barbara through all females!!!

    end

    Birth:
    At St. Stephen's Parish. All of the colonies had a total population in 1660 of 75,000 people, in 1670 of 112,000

    Notes:

    Married:
    At St. Stephen's Parish. In 1700, King and Queen County had a population of 4,206 people, was the most populous and based on its tobacco production, also the wealthiest.

    Children:
    1. Sylvester Estes was born ~ 1684, Spotsylvania County, Virginia; died Aft 1754, Northampton County, North Carolina.
    2. (Samuel Estes) was born ~ 1686, King and Queen County, Virginia.
    3. 10. Thomas Estes was born 0___ 1688, King and Queen County, Virginia; died 14 Jun 1745, Caroline County, Virginia.
    4. Mary Estes was born ~ 1690, King and Queen County, Virginia.
    5. Susanna Estes was born Bef 1692, King and Queen County, Virginia; died Aft 1754.
    6. Elisha Estes was born ~ 1693, King and Queen County, Virginia.
    7. Robert Estes was born ~ 1695, King and Queen County, Virginia; died 0___ 1775.
    8. Abraham Estes, Jr. was born Bef 1697, King and Queen County, Virginia; died 0___ 1759, (King and Queen County, Virginia Colony).
    9. John Estes, Sr. was born ~ 1701, St. Stephen's Parish, King and Queen County, Virginia; died ~ 1766.
    10. Sarah Estes was born ~ 1705, King and Queen County, Virginia.
    11. Moses Estes was born 0___ 1711, King and Queen County, Virginia; died 0___ 1787, Halifax County, Virginia.
    12. Barbara Estes was born 0___ 1712, King and Queen County, Virginia; died 0___ 1729.


Generation: 6

  1. 32.  James Chisam was born 0___ 1657, New Kent County, Virginia (son of Richard Cheesome, The Immigrant and Margaret Isham); died 0___ 1698, St. Mary's City, Province of Maryland.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Lawyer
    • Also Known As: James Cheasum

    James married Anne Carter 31 Aug 1678, Somerset County, Province of Maryland. Anne (daughter of John Carter, The Immigrant and Sarah Ludlow) was born 0___ 1661, Bedfordshire, England. [Group Sheet]


  2. 33.  Anne Carter was born 0___ 1661, Bedfordshire, England (daughter of John Carter, The Immigrant and Sarah Ludlow).

    Notes:

    From: info@classroomfurniture.com [mailto:info@classroomfurniture.com]
    Sent: Thursday, June 13, 2013 6:35 AM
    To: 'Julia Bond'
    Subject: James Chisam m. Anne Carter

    Hello Cuz.

    I am endeavoring to confirm the marriage of James Chisam to Anne Carter and Anne's link to John Carter. There is lots of corroborating data regarding the Carter & Ludlow families, however, I cannot confirm that Anne is the daughter of John Carter & Susan Ludlow. Can you please cite your sources and

    Thank you,

    David Hennessee

    800.327.3380 Voice
    866.746.3813 Fax
    www.classroomfurniture.com

    June 13, 2013, Julia Bond responds...

    It probably is an educated guess about Anne being a Carter.

    To quote another researcher, "it is a matter of an educated guess that Anne is a Carter. James could not have been appointed Justice of the Peace without the support of the wealthiest family in the county. Anne is probably a relative of Robert "King" Carter whose plantation house is open to the public on the James River on the Virginia Peninsula. It is probable, according to the Boddie book that a Chisum was one of his overseers on a tract of land purchased in 1710 for seven pounds and six slaves."

    It seems that the assumption has been made and considered factual.

    I’m working with another Chisam cousin right now who has also pointed out that there is no clear, factual evidence that much of this "assumed" lineage is true. What did come from the DNA tests is that the Chisam families of U.S. were all related and originated from the Scots lines (as did the Canadian and New Zealand Chisams).

    There are some who follow a different line but I also think that the middle names of all these James and John Chisam’s were used to distinguish one from another. There are several with the middle names David and Alexander often intermingling between the many many James and John’s.

    I feel comfortable with what I have but it is true that it cannot be documented as fact.

    June 13, 2013, Julia Bond an additional response...

    Hi Cuz

    I have added two sources for the marriage on Anne Carter’s profile page. I had those sources before - just neglected to add them to her.
    I think another researcher cited a book, " Chisholm Genealogy, being a record of the name from A.D. 1254, with short sketches of allied families"
    Hope that helps.

    Julie

    June 13, 2013, Julia Bond an additional response...

    Here is another researcher(s) :

    JAMES (CHISUM)2 CHEASUM (RICHARD1 CHEESOME) was born 1657 in Lancaster, New Kent County, Virginia Colonies, and died 1698 in St. Mary's County, MD. He married (1) ABIGAIL BELL Abt. 1677. He married (2) ANNE CARTER 31 August 1678 in Somerset County, MD, daughter of JOHN CARTER. She was born 1661 in Bedfordshire, England.

    Children of JAMES CHEASUM and ANNE CARTER are:

    5. i. JOHN3 CHISUM, (SR. OR I), b. 1681, Lancaster, Virginia Colonies; d. 1773, Virginia Colonies.

    ii. JAMES CHISUM, JR., b. 1683, Lancaster County, Virginia Colonies; d. Bet. 1683 - 1736.

    iii. WILLIAM CHISUM, b. 1685, Lancaster County, Virginia Colonies.

    iv. MARY CHISUM, b. 1687.

    I have not explored Abigail Bell.

    And I have seen different birth places for Anne .

    end




    Children:
    1. 16. John Chisum, Sr. was born 0___ 1681, Lancaster County, Virginia; died 0___ 1734, Caroline County, Virginia.
    2. James Chisum, Jr. was born 0___ 1683, Lancaster County, Virginia.
    3. WIlliam Chisum was born 0___ 1685, Lancaster County, Virginia.
    4. Mary Chisum was born 0___ 1687, Lancaster County, Virginia.

  3. 34.  Thomas Bradley, III, The Immigrant was born 0___ 1633, Pontefract, West Riding, Yorkshire, England (son of Thomas Bradley, II, D. D. and Frances Savile); died 0___ 1665, Virginia, British Colonies of North America.

    Notes:

    Thomas Bradley pedigree ... http://newsgroups.derkeiler.com/Archive/Soc/soc.genealogy.medieval/2007-04/msg00258.html

    end

    Bradley, Thomas, (born 1633) a merchant in Virginia inn 1665, eldest son of Thomas Bradley, D. D., chaplain to Charles I., prebend of York, rector of Ackworth, a great royalist and his wife Frances, daughter of Joh Lord Saveille of Pontrefact.

    Birth:
    Pontefract is a historic market town in West Yorkshire, England, near the A1 .... In Elizabethan times the castle, and Pontefract itself, was referred to as "Pomfret".

    Thomas married Alice Damton (Yorkshire) England. Alice was born 0___ 1636, Broseley, Shropshire, England; died 30 Jan 1665, England. [Group Sheet]


  4. 35.  Alice Damton was born 0___ 1636, Broseley, Shropshire, England; died 30 Jan 1665, England.
    Children:
    1. 17. Elizabeth Bradley was born 1681-1683, Richmond County, Virginia; died 0___ 1711, (Richmond County) Virginia.

  5. 36.  John Girlington was born 9 Jul 1637, Thurland Castle, Tunstall, Lancashire, England (son of John Girlington, Knight and Katherine Girlington); died 19 Sep 1706, Hornby Castle, Hornby, Lancaster LA2 8LA, UK; was buried St. Margaret's Church, Hornby, Lancashire, England.

    Other Events:

    • Alt Birth: 9 Jul 1637, Cantsfield, Lancashire, England
    • Alt Death: 19 Sep 1706, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England

    Notes:

    Well, you (unnamed correspondant) are mostly accurate concerning the Girlington name and the info on Thurland, but not quite.

    The original name was Gyrlyngton and S L O W L Y became Girlington and finally after the 1800 US census, Gillentine.The name Gyrlyngton was, according to The Yorkshire Place Name Society has identified the Gyrlyngton family to have derived it's name from the "tun" or "town" of Gyrla, a Saxon settlement of early Yorkshire prior to the Norman invasion. This was also a period of time before surnames were used. The first recorded Gyrlyngton was Waleran De Gyrlyngton b: abt. 1058 . Waleran was Lord of Gyrlyngton-juxta-Wycliffe near Richmondshire during the reigns of Henry I and Stephen (1100-1154).Waleran may well have been a descendant of one of William the Conqueror's invading Normans, most of whom were given land for their support.

    As for Thurland Castle:

    Sir John Girlington, b: 1560, was Lord of Hackforth and Hutton Longvillers in Richmondshire. He exchanged the manor of Hutton Longvillers with Francis Tunstall of Wycliffe in Lancashire for the castle and manor of Thurland and the manor and advows on of the Church of Tunstall in 1605. He died in Thurland Castle on 28 Feb.1613. Before his death, he conveyed the Manor of Hackforth to his brother Thomas.

    Sir John Girlington (son of Nicholas)b: July 19, 1613 at Kirkby, Malham, Yorkshire, d: March 1645 in Melton Mobray, England +Katherine Girlington (his 5th cousin - daughter of William Girlington) b: 1617 in Southcave, Yorkshire. Made knight, major general, and sheriff of Lancshire by Charles I on the 6th of June, 1642. Killed in the King's Service at Melton Mowbray (may have actually died a few weeks later due to gange green from a musket ball in his foot). He became heir to the family fortunes after the death of his brother Josias in youth. Like all his predecessors, he was a Roman Catholic; therefore a staunch supporter of Charles I during the English Civil War. After a seven week siege on the castle, he surrendered Thurland Castle to the Protestant Parlimentary forces who backed the Cromwell lead Civil War / Revolt - approximately in 1644.

    Sir John's son was the last Girlington to actually inhabit the castle or the castle grounds.John Girlington b: July 9, 1634d: 1706 m: abt 1674 +Margaret Duckett b: abt 1638, Westmoreland, England.Apparently allowed to reside in Thurland Castle for some time after the war ended.However, most likely lost nobility title and ownership of the castle and lands.Margaret was pledged to Sir John Girlington's male heir as part of an alliance between the Bellingham/Duckett families and the Girlington families.Bellingham was strategically located near the Scottish border to the north. (Margaret was John's 1st wife and Nicholas was the only child. She most likely died in childbirth or from complications shortly thereafter.2d wife Margaret Curven produced 5 daughters)Ironically, Margaret Duckett was a descendant of the Tunstall and Bellingham families.The Tunstalls were the original owners of Thurland Castle, as well as the original grant of 1004 acres around the castle.What's more ironic, after the leases to the castle paid of the fines on Margaret and John Girlington for being "Jacobites" (supporters of James II and the Stewart line), John was allowed to live on the grounds but not in the castle ... the Tunstall family was eventually granted back the castle.John Girlington died almost penniless.The only recognition remaining today of the Girlington family and Thurland castle is a small gold plaque that the friars placed in the small church on the Thurland grounds .. it merely bares his name, birth in 1634, Lord of Thurland Castle, and that he died in 1706.

    So as castles go, the Girlington family actually lived in Thurland for a relatively short period ... 1605 to sometime before 1706.

    Yes, Nicholas did have a drawing of the remaining wing. Since he was born some years after the siege destroyed the rest of the castle, that wing is all he knew.It was the billiard room, what we would call a den, dining hall, smaller ante rooms, and a kitchen on the first floor.The upstairs area of that wing was merely sleeping quarters.I have a reprint of that drawing (first floor only).

    Today, the castle has been rennovated into apartments.The apartments are 3 and 4 bedroom settings.The price range is between $500,000 and $1,000,000 US.The first person to purchase a 4 bedroom unit will be declared Lord of the Manor.

    Oh, the sources for the information:

    "The Dictionary of National Biography", by Sir George Smith, Oxford University Press, 1882, reprinted 1917
    "The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster", by Edward Baines, Esq., George Rutledge and Sons, 1870
    "Americans of Royal Descent", by Charles H. Browning, American Historical Association, 1905
    "Our Royal and Noble Ancestry", by Patrick Moran (Tunstall lineage descendant), 1992
    "The Victoria History of the County of Lancaster", by William Farrer, Phd Literature and J Brownbill, Master of Arts, Constable and Company 1914
    "The Buildings of England - Lancaster and the Rural North" by Nikolaus Pevsner, Penguin Books, 1904
    and my all time favorite (just by title alone)
    "An History of Richmondshire in the North Riding of the County of York; Together with Those Parts of the Everwicschire of Domesday Which Form the Wapentakes of Lonsdale, Ewecross and Amunderness, in the Counties of York, Lancaster and Westmoreland" by Thomas Dunham Whitaker, LLD FSA Vicar of Whalley and Blackburn, in Lancashire, in two volumnes. Hurst, Robinson and Company, 1823

    Hope this gives some of you some additional insight to our Gyrlyngton, Girlington, Gillentine (rhymes with wine ... not teen) family.

    Don

    Born at Thurland Castle in the Parish of Cantsfield to Sir John Girlington of Thurland and his wife Katherine Girlington, a cousin, born in South Cave, Yorkshire.

    John Girlington succeeded his father as heir to the family possessions at Thurland Castle and elsewhere while still a minor after his father Sir John Girlington was killed during the defense of Pontefract Castle in 1645. John was first married to Margaret Curven, daughter of Sir Henry Curven of Workington, knight, about 1655. After the restoration of the Stuarts, Charles II made John Girlington High Sheriff of Lancashire in 1663. John filed a bill touching his mother's inheritance in 1671. He stated in this bill that Thurland Castle had been taken and demolished by Parliamentary forces and that his father (Sir John) had conveyed all of his title deeds to Pontefract Castle for safe-keeping. He further stated that afterwards Pontefract was also taken by the Parliamentarians (in 1645) and that all the said deeds were then destroyed. As High Sheriff, John was able to return Thurland Castle to an inhabitable condition.

    It is believed that wife Margaret died during the birth of their daughter Elizabeth in December 1675.

    It is also believed that John Girlington married Margaret Duckett, daughter of James Duckett of Grayrigg, Westmoreland County, esquire, soon after the death of his first wife.

    It is possible that Margaret Duckett gave birth to Nicholas Girlington out of wedlock, which could account for Nicholas not being identified as heir to John's possessions. This issue may take much more research for resolution.

    The Girlingtons seemed to have constantly been plagued with financial difficulties from the time they took possession of Thurland Castle in 1605. This culminated in John Girlington having to sell the castle in 1698 to John Bennett, a lawyer of some importance in London. Following the sale of Thurland, John Girlington moved the town of Hornby (possibly Hornby Castle) where he died in 1706. Daughter Katherine Askew was the executrix of her father's estate in 1706.

    Child of [John Girlington] and [Margaret Duckett] is:

    i.[Nicholas Gillington], born Abt. 1676 in [Thurland Castle, Lancastershire, England]; died Bef. December 16, 1773 in Halifax Co., VA; married (1) [Mary Eleanor Eckolls] Abt. 1714 in [VA/England]; married (2) [Elizabeth Ricketts] Bef. 1742 in VA.

    The date is due to Col. North. In a fine of 1693 respecting the manor of Tunstall, the advowson of the church, &c., John Girlington was deforciant and Robert Fowler plaintiff; Pal. of Lanc. Feet of F. bdle. 230, m. 165.

    A brass plate in the church states that John Girlington died in 1706, aged sixty-nine.

    *

    more...

    Sir John's son was the last Girlington to actually inhabit the castle or the castle grounds.

    John Girlington b: July 9, 1634 d: 1706 m: abt 1674 +Margaret Duckett b: abt 1638, Westmoreland, England. Apparently allowed to reside in Thurland Castle for some time after the war ended. However, most likely lost nobility title and ownership of the castle and lands.

    Margaret was pledged to Sir John Girlington's male heir as part of an alliance between the Bellingham/Duckett families and the Girlington families. Bellingham was strategically located near the Scottish border to the north. (Margaret was John's 1st wife and Nicholas was the only child. She most likely died in childbirth or from complications shortly thereafter.

    2d wife Margaret Curven produced 5 daughters) Ironically, Margaret Duckett was a descendant of the Tunstall and Bellingham families. The Tunstalls were the original owners of Thurland Castle, as well as the original grant of 1004 acres around the castle. What's more ironic, after the leases to the castle paid of the fines on Margaret and John Girlington for being "Jacobites" (supporters of James II and the Stewart line), John was allowed to live on the grounds but not in the castle ... the Tunstall family was eventually granted back the castle.

    John Girlington died almost penniless.

    The only recognition remaining today of the Girlington family and Thurland castle is a small gold plaque that the friars placed in the small church on the Thurland grounds .. it merely bares his name, birth in 1634, Lord of Thurland Castle, and that he died in 1706.

    So as castles go, the Girlington family actually lived in Thurland for a relatively short period ... 1605 to sometime before 1706.

    This link illustrates the 17th century clothing styles for men and women ... https://www.google.com/search?q=17th+century+english+clothing&rlz=1C1KMZB_enUS591US591&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj4qOzT86HRAhWFeSYKHRkDDrwQsAQIKA&biw=1440&bih=834

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    Birth:
    Tunstall is a village in north Lancashire, England (grid reference SD607736). It is 11.1 miles (18 km) northeast of Lancaster on the A683 road between Lancaster and Kirkby Lonsdale. In the 2001 census the civil parish of Tunstall had a population of 105,[1] increasing to 223 at the 2011 Census.[2]

    To the north east of the village is the Grade I listed Church of St John the Baptist.

    Several houses, a restaurant, a village hall, and a tennis court make up most of the village of Tunstall. The restaurant/pub, called the Lunesdale Arms hosts many village activities, such as carol services and quizzes.

    Thurland Castle

    To the south of the village is Thurland Castle, which dates from the fourteenth century. It was made ruinous following a siege in 1643, restored in 1809 and 1829, then gutted by fire in 1879 and rebuilt. It is now divided into apartments.

    This link features Thurland Castle and is advertising the sale of a 3-bedroom apartment for about $1,000,000 ... http://www.hackney-leigh.co.uk/properties/8751427/sales

    Meet the owners of Thurland Castle ... http://www.lancashirelife.co.uk/homes-gardens/property-market/meet_the_owners_of_thurland_castle_in_tunstall_1_1924188

    Buried:
    View St Margaret Church ...

    http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/eng/LAN/Hornby/StMargaret

    Cemeteries

    The church has/had a graveyard.

    Church History

    It was founded before 1338.

    Died:
    View the short distances between Tunstall and Hornby on the map ...

    Select: http://www.genuki.org.uk/cgi-bin/showmap?CCC=LAN,LAT=54.111589,LON=-2.637832,T=SP

    Select: "New Search"

    John married Margaret Curwen (Cumbria) England. Margaret was born Workington Hall, Cumbria, England; died (Cumbria) England. [Group Sheet]


  6. 37.  Margaret Curwen was born Workington Hall, Cumbria, England; died (Cumbria) England.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Magdalen Curwen

    Notes:

    Just looked at your ancestral chart located at the link you gave me. Looks good, but you have a minor error. Nicholas Girlington's (Gillentine) mother was Margaret Curwen, Sir John's second wife. Margaret Duckett was his first wife and mother to all his daughters.

    Don

    Birth:
    View a history and photographs of Workington Hall ...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Workington_Hall

    Children:
    1. 18. Nicholas Gillentine, The Immigrant was born 28 Nov 1676, Thurland Castle, Tunstall, Lancashire, England; was christened 24 Dec 1676; died 0___ 1773, Halifax County, Virginia, British Colony of America; was buried Halifax County, Virginia.

  7. 38.  John Echols, II, The Immigrant was born 17 Feb 1650, (Lunenburg County) Virginia (son of John Echols, I and Mary Eleanore LNU); died 12 Dec 1712, Lunenburg County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Immigration:
    • Possessions: New Kent County, Virginia Colony
    • Also Known As: John Ecles, Eckles, Eckols, Eccles, Eckels
    • Alt Birth: 17 Feb 1650, Wilmslow, Cheshire, England

    Notes:

    About John Echols, II

    Source: http://www.armory.com/~vern/family/newsletter/echols.htm

    From HISTORY OF ECHOLS FAMILY by MILNER ECHOLS 1850

    John Echols an Englishman came to America about the end of the 16th or the beginning of the 17th Century and settled in Caroline County, Virginia, and married a tall redheaded woman named Mary Cave and by her had five sons and three daughters. I shall begin with his sons first and carry out their family as far as my knowledge extends.

    (Other details set out in tree as applicable)

    First Echols in Virginia

    ID: I5585
    Name: John ECHOLS Sr.

    Surname: ECHOLS

    Given Name: John

    Suffix: Sr.

    Sex: M

    Birth: 17 Feb 1650 in Wilmslow,Cheshire,England

    Death: 1712 in Lunenburg, Virginia, USA

    Ancestral File #: NNRL-3F

    Note:

    In 1850 Milner Echols wrote-The Short History of Our Family? beginning with his earliest known ancestor, John Echols Sr. who married Mary Cave about 1688. His grandson brought it to Texas and the Dallas Genealogical Society published it. Milner was not a genealogist and other historians have surpassed his work. Nevertheless, it is interesting because he wrote it so long ago. In this Family Topic, we will quote him periodically. Quotations in italics are Milner?s words.-John Echols an Englishman Came to America about the end of the 16th or the beginning of the 17th Century and Settled in Caro County Verginia and married a tall Redheaded woman named Mary Cave - & by her had 5 Sons & 3 Daughters. - Yet, some historians believe Echols was not English but Welsh and perhaps even Welsh Quaker. We do not know who John?s father was.

    Three other Echols were in Virginia before John: Joyce Echoll in 1652 , Richard Eccles in 1653 , and Sylvester Echols in 1664 . The most likely of the three to be the father of John is Richard Eccles. They spelled the name-Echols? many ways in the records:-Eckles,?-Eckols,?-Eccles,?-Eckels,? etc. Some have speculated that John Echols wasidentical to the John Eccles who appeared near Herrin Creek in Charles City County 1677-94 . This John Echols married possibly a daughter of Thomas Harris and his wife, Yuet ?. On 13 September 1677 , administration of the estate of Thomas Harris was granted John Echols and John Hardaway. Thomas Harris, likely the son of the elder Thomas Harris and who had come of age, petitioned the court to summon Echols on 2 March 1690/1 . Charles City County awarded Echols 200 pounds of tobacco for two wolves heads in 1691 . We can find no evidence that John Echols of Charles City County was John Echols Indeed the former John Echols was killing wolves in Charles City County while the latter John Echols was living in New Kent. We do not know who Mary Cave?s father was but we presume he was one of a few men named Cave in early Virginia. The most likely candidate is John Cave [1678] who twice applied for a land patent with John Echols. Mary was said to be born about 1650 and died after 1712. On 20 April 1685, John Echols and William Morris received 350 acres-behind land formerly of Mr. Giles Moody? in New Kent County.

    This was for the transportation of seven persons. Echols and Morris allowed their right to the land lapse and James Taylor obtained its patent in 1688 . On 23 April 1688, John alone was granted 321 acres next to land he already owned. John evidently prospered because fifteen years later he, Samuel Craddock, John Cave, and William Glover were granted 1,620 acres on the-branches of Tuckahoe Swamp and the freshes of Mattaponi River in King and Queen and Essex Counties.? John never lived in Caro County because they created it sixteen years after he died. Yet in 1685 the boundaries of New Kent County adjoined the present-day Caro County and part of John?s land may have been in what is now Caro County. On 23 October 1703, John Echols and John Cave secured a patent for 600 acres in St. Stephens Parish in King and Queen County. John Echols paid quit rents on 220 acres in 1704. John and Mary were the parents of five sons: John , Abraham , William , Joseph, and Richard Echols .

    Their three daughters were Eleanor , Ann , and Elizabeth Echols.. The Echols sons were dependable Amelia County citizens and served on juries when called. Of twelve good men on the jury of Robert Vaughan vs. Richard Ward on 9 December 1737, three were Richard, William, and Abraham Echols . On historian reported that seven individuals, including four sons of John Echols Sr., were granted 6,000 acres of land in Spotsylvania County, Virginia, on 11 December 1728. Yet no such patent was ever issued. The Echols sons were Abraham , William, Joseph , and Richard Echols . Another participant was William Echols?s son-in-law, Richard Anderson Jr. We believe these four Echols sons lived in Amelia County, Virginia, until around 1750. They then resettled in what is now Halifax County and Pittsylvania County. The Gillintine, Marchbanks, Collins, Hendrick, and Hubbard families, who intermarried with the Echols, moved from Amelia County to Halifax around the same time.

    After the Echols family moved from Amelia County, another Echols family arrived. Edward Echols, patented 400 acres in July 1738, 548 acres in April 1748, and 364 acres in September 1755. In 1755 as Edward Echols-of Albemarle Parish, Sussex County, Virginia,? he deeded land to his brother, Robert Echols of Nottoway Parish , and his son, Thomas Echols . This was perhaps the Edward Echols who secured a patent for 140 acres in Surry (later Sussex) County in 1727 to which he added 104 acres in 1743. Both Edward and Thomas Eccles were later in Albemarle Parish and the Albemarle Parish Register records the births of some of their children. Edward Echols died in Sussex County [27 Oct 1757 / 21 Apr 1758] leaving Amelia County land to several sons.

    Other notes:

    John Echols, according to the best history, migrated to the US during Oliver Cromwell's time, because of some differences between Cromwell and himself! He is reputed to have had large possessions in England, and to have sold same, turning the proceeds thereof into gold and brought with him. He settled in Virginia, becoming a large planter and slave owner.

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    Notes from http://www.virginians.com/redirect.htm?topics&838

    Land patents for John Echols On 20 April 1685 John Echols and William Morris received 350 acres ?behind land formerly of Mr. Giles Moody? in New Kent County. This was for the transportation of seven persons. Echols and Morris allowed their right to the land lapse and James Taylor obtained its patent in 1688. On 23 April 1688, John alone was granted 321 acres next to land he already owned. Fifteen years later in 1703, he, Samuel Craddock, John Cave, and William Glover were granted 1,620 acres on the ?branches of Tuckahoe Swamp and the freshes of Mattaponi River? in King and Queen and Essex Counties. The tract began on the east side of Potobago Path. A patent for Francis Meriwether places Potobago Path on the branches of Hoskins Creek. Thus the tract was 2-3 miles south of present-day Beazley, Virginia. On 23 October 1703, John Echols and John Cave secured a patent for 600 acres in St. Stephen?s Parish in King and Queen County.

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    Change Date: 23 Apr 2008 at 15:50:50

    Father: John ECHOLS OR EXOLL b: 1619 in Grovesend, Kent, England

    Mother: Mrs John ECHOLS b: 1622 in Grovesend, Kent, England

    Marriage 1 Mary CAVE b: 5 Jul 1661 in Misterton,Leicester,England

    Married: ABT 1688 in Caroline, Burswick, Virginia, USA

    Sealing Spouse: 16 Apr 2003 in SLAKE

    Children

    Mary Elenor ECHOLS b: ABT 1690 in , Amelia, Virginia, USA
    Abraham ECHOLS b: ABT 1700 in Amelia, Virginia, USA
    Elizabeth ECHOLS b: ABT 1708 in Amelia, Virginia, USA
    John ECHOLS b: 1671 in Amelia, Virginia, USA
    William ECHOLS b: ABT 1702 in Amelia, Virginia, USA
    Joseph ECHOLS b: ABT 1704 in Amelia, Virginia, USA
    Richard ECHOLS b: ABT 1706 in King Queen, Virginia, USA
    Ann ECHOLS b: ABT 1692 in Amelia, Virginia, USA
    Eleanor ECHOLS
    Sources:

    Repository:

    Name: Family History Library

    Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA

    Title: Ordinance Index (TM)

    Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

    Repository:

    Name: Family History Library

    Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA

    Title: Ancestral File (R)

    Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

    Publication: Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998

    end

    John Echols aka Ecles, Eckles, Eckols, Eccles, Eckels
    Born about 1650 in New Kent County, Virginia Colonymap
    Son of John Echols and Mary Eleanor (Gilmore) Echols
    [sibling(s) unknown]
    Husband of Mary (Cave) Echols — married 1688 in Caroline, Virginia, USAmap
    DESCENDANTS descendants
    Father of Eleanor Echols, Mary Eleanor (Echols) Gillington, Abraham Echols, Drucella Echols, Elizabeth Echols, John Echols, Mary Elizabeth (Echols) Gillentine, Ann Echols, Ann (Eckols) Marchbanks, Eleanor Elizabeth (Echols) Murphy, Joseph Echols, Moses Echols, Richard Echols, William Echols and Sallie Echols
    Died 1712 in King and Queen County. Virginia Colonymap

    Biography

    John Echols, Ecles, Eckles, Eckols, Eccles, Eckels

    John Echols an Englishman came to America about the end of the 16th or the beginning of the 17th Century and settled in Caroline County, Virginia, and married a tall redheaded woman named Mary Cave and by her had five sons and three daughters.

    Research Notes

    The John "Ecles" who signed on as a passenger aboard the America on 23 June 1635, aged 16,[1] may have been the father of this John Echols.[2]

    Sources

    ? Clemens, William Montgomery, (1912) Genealogy : a Journal of American Ancestry. New York: W.M. Clemens, Archive.org (Page 43).
    ? John Echols & Mary Cave
    See also:

    (12 April 2014) Family Search - Abraham Echols, accessed 9 Mar 2015.

    end

    John Echols an Englishman came to America about the end of the 16th or the beginning of the 17th Century and settled in Caroline County, Virginia, and married a tall redheaded woman named Mary Cave and by her had five sons and three daughters.

    I shall begin with his sons first and carry out their family as far as my knowledge extends.

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    Possessions:
    0 Apr 1688

    John married Mary Cave 0___ 1688, Caroline County, Virginia, British Colonies of North America. Mary (daughter of John Cave and Elizabeth Andrews) was born 5 Jul 1661, Misterton, Leicestershire, England; died Aft 1712, Caroline County, Virginia, British Colonies of North America. [Group Sheet]


  8. 39.  Mary Cave was born 5 Jul 1661, Misterton, Leicestershire, England (daughter of John Cave and Elizabeth Andrews); died Aft 1712, Caroline County, Virginia, British Colonies of North America.

    Other Events:

    • _HAIR: Red
    • Birth: 0___ 1650, Virginia, British Colonies of North America
    • Death: 0___ 1712, Lunenburg County, Virginia, British Colonies of North America

    Notes:

    We do not know who Mary Cave's father was but we presume he was one of a few men named Cave in early Virginia. The most likely candidate is John Cave [1678] who twice applied for a land patent with John Echols. Mary was said to be born about 1650 and died after 1712

    Children:
    1. 19. Mary Eleanor Eckolls was born ~ 1690, King and Queen County, Virginia; died 2 Nov 1771, Halifax County, Virginia.

  9. 40.  Sylvester Estes was born 0___ 1596, Ringwould, Kent, England; was christened 26 Sep 1596, Ringwould, Kent, England (son of Robert Estes and Anne Woodward); died 16 Jan 1691, Ringwould, Kent, England; was buried St. Nicholas Church, Ringwould Cemetery, Ringwould, Kent, England.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Church Warden
    • Religion: Church of England
    • Also Known As: Silvester Estey

    Notes:

    For more on Sylvester's history with photos, go to this link:

    http://dna-explained.com/2014/08/03/sylvester-estes-1596-c1647-sometimes-churchwarden-52-ancestors-31//

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    more...

    Sylvester Eastes, husbandman and yeoman? of Ringwould, Kent,[1,16] and churchwarden,[3] baptised 26/9/1596 at Ringwould, Kent.[1-3,10,11] Died before 1649, at Ringwould, Kent.[1-3,16] Married Ellen or Helen Martin, 24/11/1625, at Ringwould, Kent.[1-3,12] Ellin was born about 1600 at Great Hadres, Kent,[3] and died in 1649 at Ringwould, Kent.[2,3] According to Ellen's will, she was born at Waldershare, but at her marriage, she gave her origin as Great Hadres.[3,4]

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    Birth:
    Map & History of Ringwould... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ringwould

    Christened:
    Map & History of Ringwould... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ringwould

    Occupation:
    The fact that Sylvester was a churchwarden at some time(s) in his life indicates that he was a trusted and well-respected member of the community.

    What does a churchwarden do? They are a volunteer or lay official with responsibilities of maintaining the church and churchyard, making or paying to have repairs made, keeping the peace, caring for the poor and setting a good example for the rest of the flock. Some churchwardens also collected taxes from anyone who owned or rented property and were responsible for coordinating the maintenance of roads within the parish. Two church wardens were selected each year, one by the minister and the second by the people. The vestry, typically made up of the wealthy landowners in each parish, determined the responsibilities of the churchwarden in their parish. The churchwarden and the overseer of the poor, if they were separate people, were typically amongst the prominent men of the parish. In towns, churchwardens were generally of the merchant class, and in rural areas, of the yeoman class.

    Buried:
    probably at St. Nicholas Church...

    Died:
    Map & History of Ringwould... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ringwould

    Sylvester married Ellen Martin 24 Nov 1625, Ringwould, Kent, England. Ellen was born 0___ 1600, Waldershare, Kent, England; died 0___ 1649, Ringwould, Kent, England; was buried St. Nicholas Church, Ringwould Cemetery, Ringwould, Kent, England. [Group Sheet]


  10. 41.  Ellen Martin was born 0___ 1600, Waldershare, Kent, England; died 0___ 1649, Ringwould, Kent, England; was buried St. Nicholas Church, Ringwould Cemetery, Ringwould, Kent, England.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Ellin Martin
    • Alt Birth: 0___ 1600, (Upper) Hadres, Kent, England
    • Will: 5 Apr 1649, Waldershare, Kent, England
    • Probate: 6 Dec 1651, London, Middlesex, England

    Notes:

    View her story by Roberta J. Estes:

    http://dna-explained.com/2014/04/14/ellin-martin-c-1600-1649-a-bride-in-ringwould-kent-52-ancestors-15/

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    more...

    His mother, Ellen (Ellin) Martin Estes was living in Waldershare, probably in the household with her oldest son. On April 5th, 1649, she wrote her will, saying she was a widow, and dividing her worldly goods between her children.

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    more...

    Translation of Ellin’s Will:

    In the name of God, Amen, the fifth day of April 1649, I, ELIN ESTES [sic] of the parish of Waldershire [sic] in the County of Kent widow, being sick in body but in perfect memory thanks be given to God, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following,

    First, I bequeath my soul to Almighty God hoping by the mercy and merits of Jesus Christ to enjoy Everlasting life and my body to the Earth to be buried at the discretion of my Executor hereafter named.

    First, I give to my son, THOMAS ESTES, twenty pounds of current money of England to be paid to him as followeth, that is to say, ten pounds at his age of twenty and one years of age and ten pounds when my youngest child shall come to the age of twenty and one years.

    Item, I give to my son, RICHARD ESTES, the sum of five pounds when he shall attain to the age of twenty and one years.

    Item, I give to my son, NICHOLAS ESTES, fifteen pounds to be paid to him when he shall attain the age of twenty and one years.

    Item, I give to my son, JOHN ESTES, twelve pounds to be paid to him when he shall attain the age of one and twenty years.

    Item, I give to my son, ABRAHAM ESTES, the sum of twelve pounds to be paid to him when he shall attain to the age of one and twenty years.

    Item, I give to my daughter, ANNE ESTES, twelve pounds to be paid to her at her age of four and twenty years or day of marriage which shall first happen.

    Item, I give to my daughter, SILVESTER NASH, five pounds when my youngest child cometh to the age of twenty and one years.

    Item, I give to my daughter, SUSAN ESTES, the sum of twelve pounds to be paid to her when she shall attain to the age of one and twenty years or day of marriage which shall first happen.

    Item, I give to my daughter, MARY ESTES, ten pounds to be paid to her when she shall attain to the age of one and twenty years or day of marriage which shall first happen.

    Item, I give to my daughter, ELIZABETH ESTES, ten pounds to be paid to her [next few words crossed through but said: “when she shall attain”] at her age of one and twenty years or day of marriage which shall first happen.

    Item, I give to ELLIN ESTES, my daughter, ten pounds to be paid to her when she shall attain to the age of one and twenty years or day of marriage which shall first happen.

    And I do nominate and appoint ROBERT ESTES, my son, whole and sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament and I give to my said son, ROBERT ESTES, all my goods, chattels and household stuff paying my debts and legacies and funeral expenses.

    In witness that this is my last Will, I do hereby publish and declare this to be my last Will and Testament in the presence of those whose names are hereunder written:

    Thomas Jenkin, John Peers

    Ellin Estes, her mark

    Birth:
    Map of Waldershare... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waldershare

    Alt Birth:
    Upper Hardres /h?rdz/ is a village and civil parish south of Canterbury in Kent, England

    Probate:
    before Sir Nathaniel Brent, Knight, doctor of laws and Master or keeper of the Prerogative Court...

    Died:
    The village of Ringwould was first recorded more than 200 years before the Domesday survey, in an Anglo-Saxon Charter dated 861 AD under the name of Roedligwealda (the forest of Hredel’s people). The site of a Roman period farm has been identified close to the present Ripple windmill; which is in the parish, although metal detector finds and other relics which have been found, suggest that the area was populated well before the Roman invasion. The oldest coin ever found in England was discovered by a metal detectorist working close to Ringwould. It seems probable that the village was established sometime during the Anglo-Saxon period, probably in the 6th century AD, and certainly well before the Norman Conquest of 1066.

    The village of Ringwould has about 350 residents and is about the size today that it was when our ancestors lived nearby or in the village itself.

    Notes:

    Married:
    Map & History of Ringwould... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ringwould

    Children:
    1. 20. Abraham Estes, The Immigrant was born 0___ 1647, Nonington, Kent, England; died 21 Nov 1720, King and Queen County, Virginia.


Generation: 7

  1. 64.  Richard Cheesome, The Immigrant was born 0___ 1613, London, Middlesex, England; died 0___ 1670, Lancaster County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Richard Chisholm
    • Also Known As: Richard Chism

    Notes:

    Descendants of Richard Cheesome/Chisholm

    Generation No. 1
    1.RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM was born Abt. 1613 in London, Eng, and died Abt. 1670 in Lancaster Co. VA.He married MARGARET ISHAM Abt. 1646 in Virginia, daughter of ROGER ISHAM and GRACE MADDISON.She was born Bet. 1607 - 1634, and died Bet. 1660 - 1720.
    Children of RICHARD CHEESOME/CHISHOLM and MARGARET ISHAM are:
    i. A
    ALEXANDER2 CHISUM, b. Abt. 1646, Ann Arundell Co. MD; d. King William County, Virginia.
    2. ii. W
    WILLIAM CHISUM, b. Abt. 1650, New Kent Co., VA; d. Abt. 1697, St Mary's Co., MD.
    3. iii. J
    JAMES CHEASM/CHISUM, b. 1657, ,VA, New Kent Co., USA; d. 1698, St Mary's Co., MD.

    Generation No. 2
    2.WILLIAM2 CHISUM (RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Abt. 1650 in New Kent Co., VA, and died Abt. 1697 in St Mary's Co., MD.
    Children of WILLIAM CHISUM are:
    i. JANE3 CHISUM, b. Abt. 1671; d. Bet. 1672 - 1765.
    ii. MARY CHISUM, b. Abt. 1673; d. Bet. 1674 - 1767.
    iii. ANN CHISUM, b. Abt. 1675; d. Bet. 1676 - 1769.
    4. iv. ALEXANDER CHISUM, b. Abt. 1677; d. Bet. 1727 - 1769.

    3.
    JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM (RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1657 in ,VA, New Kent Co., USA, and died 1698 in St Mary's Co., MD.He married (1) ABIGAIL BELL Bet. 1677 - 1678.He married (2) ANNE CARTER Bet. August 31, 1678 - 1680 in Somerset Co. MD, daughter of JOHN CARTER.She was born Abt. 1661 in Bedfordshire, Eng.
    Children of J
    JAMES CHEASM/CHISUM and ANNE CARTER are:
    5. i. JOHN3 CHISUM, b. Abt. 1681, ,VA, Lancaster, USA; d. 1734, ,VA, Caroline Co., USA.
    ii. JAMES CHISUM, JR., b. Abt. 1683, Lancaster Co. VA; d. Bet. 1683 - 1736.
    iii. WILLIAM CHISUM, b. 1685, Lancaster Co. VA; m. UNKNOWN.
    iv. MARY CHISUM, b. Abt. 1687; m. UNKNOWN.

    Generation No. 3
    4.ALEXANDER3 CHISUM (WILLIAM2, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Abt. 1677, and died Bet. 1727 - 1769.
    Children of ALEXANDER CHISUM are:
    i. ISHAM4 CHISUM, b. Abt. 1718; d. Bet. 1719 - 1808.
    ii. ELIZABETH CHISUM, b. Abt. 1720; d. Bet. 1721 - 1814.
    6. iii. SR. WILLIAM CHISUM, b. 1722, Amelia Co VA; d. 1792, Charlotte Co., VA.
    iv. ALEXANDER CHISUM, b. Abt. 1725, VA; d. Bet. 1726 - 1815.

    5.
    JOHN3 CHISUM (JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Abt. 1681 in ,VA, Lancaster, USA, and died 1734 in ,VA, Caroline Co., USA.He married ELIZABETH BRADLEY Abt. 1703 in Richmond Co. VA, daughter of THOMAS BRADLEY.She was born 1685 in Lancaster Co. VA.
    Children of JOHN CHISUM and ELIZABETH BRADLEY are:
    7. i. JOHN4 CHISUM, b. Abt. 1704, St Johns Parish, VA, King William Co., USA; d. October 09, 1792, ,VA, Amelia, USA.
    ii. WILLIAM CHISUM, b. 1706.
    iii. JAMES CHISHOLM, b. 1708, King Wlliam Co., VA.

    Generation No. 4
    6.SR. WILLIAM4 CHISUM (ALEXANDER3, WILLIAM2, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1722 in Amelia Co VA, and died 1792 in Charlotte Co., VA.He married DEBORAH COOK Bef. 1743 in Virginia, daughter of JOHN COOK and AMY.She was born in ,VA, Elizabeth City, USA.
    Children of WILLIAM CHISUM and DEBORAH COOK are:
    i. JOHN5 CHISHOLM, b. Abt. 1744.
    ii. JR. WILLIAM M. CHISHOLM, b. Abt. 1747.
    8. iii. MARGARET CHISUM, b. Abt. 1750, Elizabeth City Co., VA; d. Abt. 1798.
    iv. SARAH CHISHOLM, b. Abt. 1753.
    v. ANNEY CHISHOLM, b. Abt. 1755.
    vi. ELIZABETH CHISHOLM, b. Abt. 1757.

    7.
    JOHN4 CHISUM (JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Abt. 1704 in St Johns Parish, VA, King William Co., USA, and died October 09, 1792 in ,VA, Amelia, USA.He married ELLENDER GILLENTINE Bet. 1725 - 1730 in St Margarets Parish, Caroline Co, VA, daughter of NICHOLAS GILLENTINE and ELEANOR ECKOLS.She was born Abt. 1716 in ,VA, King William Co., USA, and died April 1804 in Warren Co. KY.
    More About JOHN CHISUM:
    Burial: October 1792, ,VA, Amelia, VA
    Record Change: September 30, 1998
    More About E
    ELLENDER GILLENTINE:
    Burial: 1804, Warren Co. KY
    Record Change: September 30, 1998
    Children of J
    JOHN CHISUM and ELLENDER GILLENTINE are:
    i. S SAMUEL5 CHISHOLM.
    ii. LIGO CHISHOLM.
    iii. JESSE CHISHOLM.
    iv. NICHOLAS CHISHOLM.
    v. THOMAS CHISHOLM.
    vi. MARY CHISHOLM.
    vii. GRACE CHISHOLM.
    viii. PHOEBE CHISHOLM.
    9. ix. SALLIE CHISHOLM, b. Amelia County, Virginia; d. Logan County, Kentucky.
    x. UNKNOWN CHISHOLM.
    10. xi. JOHN CHISUM, b. Abt. 1732, St Margarets Psh, VA, Caroline Co., USA; d. Bet. 1787 - 1798, Sparta, TN, White Co., USA.
    11. xii. JAMES CHISUM, b. Abt. 1734, St. Marg's Par, VA, Caroline Co., USA; d. 1786, White Co. TN.
    12. xiii. ELIZABETH CHISUM, b. Abt. 1736, St. Marg's Par, VA, Caroline Co., USA; d. Bef. 1795, Logan Co., KY.
    xiv. ABSALOM CHISUM, b. Abt. 1740, ,VA, Orange Co., USA; d. Logan Co. KY.
    xv. ADAM CHISUM, b. Abt. 1742, ,VA, Orange Co., USA; d. Sparansburg, SC, Union, USA.
    13. xvi. ELIJAH JAMES CHISUM, CAPT., b. Abt. 1744, ,VA, Amelia Co., USA; d. Abt. 1818, Sparta,TN, White Co., USA.
    xvii. ISHAM CHISUM, b. 1746, ,VA, Amelia Co., USA; d. ,KY, Christian Co., USA; m. RUSSELL; b. KY.
    14. xviii. CHLOE CHISUM, b. 1748, ,VA, Amelia Co., USA.
    15. xix. ANNA CHISUM, b. 1750, ,VA, Amelia Co., USA.
    xx. PRISCILLA CHISUM, b. Bet. 1750 - 1763, ,VA, Amelia Co., USA; d. Logan Co. KY; m. JOHN H. HILL.
    16. xxi. S
    SARAH CHISUM, b. Bet. 1756 - 1765, VA, Amelia Co., USA; d. Abt. 1804, Logan Co., KY.
    17. xxii. OOBEDIAH CHISUM, b. January 12, 1767, ,VA, Amelia Co., USA; d. January 18, 1837, Springfield, TN, Robertson Co., USA.

    Generation No. 5
    8.MARGARET5 CHISUM (WILLIAM4, ALEXANDER3, WILLIAM2, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Abt. 1750 in Elizabeth City Co., VA, and died Abt. 1798.She married (1) JOHN CHISUM Abt. 1774, son of JOHN CHISUM and ELLENDER GILLENTINE.He was born Abt. 1732 in St Margarets Psh, VA, Caroline Co., USA, and died Bet. 1787 - 1798 in Sparta, TN, White Co., USA.She married (2) DAVIS 1788.
    Children of MARGARET CHISUM and JOHN CHISUM are:
    i. J
    JAMES6 CHISUM, m. JOHANNAH PHELPS, July 07, 1796, ,VA, Halifax Co., USA.
    ii. ISHAM RUSSELL CHISUM, b. Abt. 1775, VA; d. 1829, Covington, Pike Co. MS; m. PERMELIA ROBERTS, 1804.
    18. iii. ANNA CHISUM, b. Abt. 1777, VA; d. Bet. 1818 - 1820, Covington, Pike Co. MS.
    iv. ELIJAH KAUFMAN CHISUM, b. Abt. 1779, VA; d. April 1860, Woden, Nacogdoches Co., TX; m. (1) UNKNOWN CHISUM; m. (2) ELIZABETH WALLING, 1805, TN; m. (3) SABRINA BRILEY, Abt. 1830.
    19. v. JOHN CHISUM, b. January 29, 1779, ,USA; d. May 10, 1861, Green Hill, AL, Lauderdale Co., USA.
    vi. AMELIA (MILLEY) CHISUM, b. Abt. 1780; m. WILLIAM EDMON CLOVINGTON, February 23, 1802, Warren Co., KY.
    vii. CHLOE (CLOWAY) CHISUM, b. Abt. 1781; d. Bet. 1799 - 1875; m. WILLIAM CLAYPOOL, October 06, 1799, Warren Co., KY.
    20. viii. DEMPSEY CHISUM, b. 1784, Warren Co. KY.
    ix. JESSE CHISUM, b. Abt. 1785; d. Bef. November 24, 1792.
    21. x. PHERIBA (PHOEBE) CHISUM, b. May 15, 1787; d. Aft. 1813.
    22. xi. SARAH "SALLIE" CHISUM, b. 1788, Warren Co. KY; d. Aft. 1860, Hill Co. TX.

    9.
    SALLIE5 CHISHOLM (JOHN4 CHISUM, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born in Amelia County, Virginia, and died in Logan County, Kentucky.She married WILLIAM HENRY PATTILLO.
    Children of SALLIE CHISHOLM and WILLIAM PATTILLO are:
    i. GILLINGTON6 PATTILLO.
    ii. GEORGE CALVIN PATTILLO.
    iii. JANE PATTILLO.
    iv. JAMES N. PATTILLO.

    10.
    JOHN5 CHISUM (JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Abt. 1732 in St Margarets Psh, VA, Caroline Co., USA, and died Bet. 1787 - 1798 in Sparta, TN, White Co., USA.He married (1) SARAH KILPATRICK.She was born June 20, 1781 in Baltimore, MD.He married (2) MARGARET CHISUM Abt. 1774, daughter of WILLIAM CHISUM and DEBORAH COOK.She was born Abt. 1750 in Elizabeth City Co., VA, and died Abt. 1798.
    Children are listed above under (8) Margaret Chisum.
    11.JAMES5 CHISUM (JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Abt. 1734 in St. Marg's Par, VA, Caroline Co., USA, and died 1786 in White Co. TN.He married (1) BARBARY ESTES, daughter of THOMAS ESTES.She was born 1732 in Amelia Co. VA.He married (2) UNKNOWN SECOND WIFE.He married (3) BARBARA ROGERS.
    Children of JAMES CHISUM and BARBARY ESTES are:
    23. i. JR. JAMES THOMAS6 CHISUM, b. October 16, 1754, ,VA, Amelia Co., USA; d. July 07, 1819, ,KY, Barren Co., USA.
    24. ii. JOHN CHISUM, (BLIND JOHN), b. 1756, ,VA, Amelia Co., USA; d. June 15, 1829, Marion, AL, Perry Co., AL.
    iii. ADAM CHISUM, b. 1758, Possibly Amelia Co. VA; d. Abt. 1817, Union Co. SC.
    iv. MARTHA (MARGARET) CHISUM, b. Bet. 1761 - 1770; m. ROBERT NEELY, September 30, 1790, Halifax Co. VA; b. Abt. 1767.
    v. EDMUND CHISUM, b. 1763, Possibly Amelia Co. VA; m. POLLY CHANDLER, October 20, 1785.
    25. vi. ELLENDER GILLINGTON CHISUM, b. 1773, ,VA, Halifax Co., USA; d. 1855, Montecello, GA, Wilkes Co., USA.

    12.
    ELIZABETH5 CHISUM (JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Abt. 1736 in St. Marg's Par, VA, Caroline Co., USA, and died Bef. 1795 in Logan Co., KY.She married JR. JOHN ESTES Abt. 1762 in VA, son of MOSES ESTES and ELIZABETH WEBB.He was born 1738 in ,VA,Lunenburg Co.., USA, and died October 1825 in ,KY,Warren Co., USA.
    Children of ELIZABETH CHISUM and JOHN ESTES are:
    i. THOMAS LAFAYETTE6 ESTES, b. 1762, Davidson Co., TN; d. August 1839, Warren Co., KY; m. REBECCA RYAN, 1806, Warren Co., Ky; d. Warren Co. Ky.
    26. ii. ABRAHAM ESTES, b. November 01, 1764, Amelia Co. VA; d. May 22, 1844, Lincoln Co. KY.
    27. iii. JOHN ESTES, b. 1766, VA; d. December 1825, Callaway Co., MO.
    iv. NANCY ESTES, b. 1773, TN or VA; d. Bef. 1820, Franklin Co., ILL; m. JOHN SANDERS, June 1806, Warren Co., Ky.
    v. CHISM ESTES, b. April 03, 1774, Halifax Co. Va; d. February 01, 1829, Saline, Co., ILL; m. MARY (POLLY) JORDAN, Bet. 1790 - 1818.
    28. vi. MOSES ESTES, b. 1775, VA; d. Bef. November 26, 1815, Wilson Co. TN.
    29. vii. WILLIAM ESTES, b. 1779, TN or VA; d. May 01, 1815, Smith Co., TN.
    viii. ELIZABETH ESTES, b. 1780, Davidson Co, TN; d. 1854, Anderson Co., TX; m. JOSEPH JORDAN, December 19, 1796, Warren Co., Ky; d. Anderson Co., TX.
    30. ix. ABSALOM ESTES, b. 1781; d. February 07, 1839, Jefferson Co, ILL.
    x. ELIJAH ESTES, b. Abt. 1782, TN or VA.
    xi. JOSEPH ESTES, b. Bet. 1784 - 1790, Davidson Co., TN; d. February 27, 1846, Jefferson Co, ILL; m. KITTY OR RITTA LEE, Bet. 1807 - 1835.
    More About JOSEPH ESTES:Burial: Pace Cem. Jefferson Co. ILL

    13.
    ELIJAH JAMES5 CHISUM, CAPT. (JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Abt. 1744 in ,VA, Amelia Co., USA, and died Abt. 1818 in Sparta,TN, White Co., USA.He married LUCINDA CLAIBORNE Bet. 1772 - 1773, daughter of BERNARD CLAIBORNE and MARTHA RAVENSCROFT.She was born Abt. 1759 in ,VA, Amelia Co., USA, and died 1818 in ,TN, White Co., USA.
    More About ELIJAH JAMES CHISUM, CAPT.:
    Burial: Walker Cem., TN, Near Sparta, USA
    Record Change: October 01, 1998
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    UCINDA CLAIBORNE:
    Burial: Walker Cem., TN, White Co., USA
    Record Change: October 01, 1998
    Children of E
    LIJAH CHISUM and LUCINDA CLAIBORNE are:
    i. T
    HOMAS6 CHISUM, b. Abt. 1773; d. Bet. 1774 - 1863.
    31. ii. J
    AMES STEWART CHISUM, MAJ., b. November 26, 1774, ,VA, Halifax Co., USA; d. Bet. November 1834 - 1835, ,TN, Hardeman Co., USA.
    32. iii. J
    OHN CHISUM, b. Abt. 1776, Halifax, VA, Henry Co., USA; d. 1833, ,TN, Hardeman Co., USA.
    33. iv. W
    ILLIAM CHISUM, b. Abt. 1778, ,VA, Henry Co., USA; d. Bef. 1831.
    34. v. E
    LIZABETH CHISUM, b. Abt. 1780, ,TN, Hawkins Co., USA; d. Warren Co. TN.
    35. vi. M
    ALINDA CHISUM, b. 1782, ,TN, Hawkins Co.; d. Bet. 1798 - 1799, ,TX, Lamar Co., USA.
    36. vii. J
    R. ELIJAH CHISUM, JR., b. Abt. 1784, ,TN, Hawkins Co., USA; d. August 08, 1818, ,TN, White Co., USA.

    14.
    CHLOE5 CHISUM (JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1748 in ,VA, Amelia Co., USA.She married JOHN MAY May 30, 1777.
    Child of C
    HLOE CHISUM and JOHN MAY is:
    i. E
    LIZIAH6 MAY, b. March 02, 1779.
    More About E
    LIZIAH MAY:
    Christening: August 26, 1781

    15.
    ANNA5 CHISUM (JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1750 in ,VA, Amelia Co., USA.She married AMBROSE MAY Bef. 1782 in Fluvanna Co., VA.
    Children of A
    NNA CHISUM and AMBROSE MAY are:
    i. E
    LIZA6 MAY, b. Bet. 1778 - 1801.
    ii. S
    ALLY MAY, b. January 03, 1781.
    More About S
    ALLY MAY:
    Christening: May 26, 1782

    16.
    SARAH5 CHISUM (JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Bet. 1756 - 1765 in VA, Amelia Co., USA, and died Abt. 1804 in Logan Co., KY.She married WILLIAM HENRY PATILLO September 28, 1792 in Virginia, son of GEORGE PATILLO and MARTHA VARNER.He was born May 31, 1762 in Lunenburg, Charlotte Co., VA, and died Aft. 1840 in Logan Co., KY.
    Children of S
    ARAH CHISUM and WILLIAM PATILLO are:
    i. G
    ILLINGTON6 PATILLO, b. 1794, VA.
    ii. J
    ANE PATILLO, b. 1797, VA.
    37. iii. G
    EORGE CALVIN PATILLO, b. September 09, 1799, Charlotte Co., VA; d. December 01, 1881, Upshur Co. TX.
    38. iv. J
    AMES N. PATILLO, b. 1802, Kentucky.

    17.
    OBEDIAH5 CHISUM (JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born January 12, 1767 in ,VA, Amelia Co., USA, and died January 18, 1837 in Springfield, TN, Robertson Co., USA.He married (1) MARY ANN CARDWELL March 18, 1789 in ,VA, Charlotte Co., USA, daughter of RICHARD CARDWELL and SUSANNAH LEGRAND.She was born May 05, 1767 in Charlotte, VA, and died July 03, 1811 in Springfield, Robertson, Tennessee.He married (2) NANCY LEA March 08, 1812 in Grainger Co., TN.
    More About O
    BEDIAH CHISUM:
    Burial: Chisum Cem. near FranklinCo.,TN
    Children of O
    BEDIAH CHISUM and MARY CARDWELL are:
    i. P
    ATTY ANN6 CHISUM.
    ii. M
    ARY ANN CHISUM.
    iii. W
    ILLIAM CHISUM.
    iv. B
    ETSY ANN CHISUM.
    v. E
    LIJAH CHISUM.
    39. vi. J
    OHN W. CHISUM, b. December 19, 1791, VA; d. 1829, Ti[pton Co., TN.
    vii. S
    USANNA CHISUM, b. May 15, 1794.
    40. viii. G
    ILLINGTON CHISUM, b. January 29, 1796, Logan, KY; d. March 31, 1872, Nashville,TN.
    ix. T
    HOMAS E. CHISUM, b. January 09, 1798, Charlotte, VA; m. MARY ANN FRANCIS; b. February 14, 1833.
    x. J
    AMES L CHISUM, b. November 05, 1801, Warren, KY.
    xi. J
    R. OBEDIAH CHISUM, b. December 12, 1803; m. AGNES, February 14, 1828; b. August 31, 1804.
    More About J
    R. OBEDIAH CHISUM:
    Burial: Meguiar Cemetary in Simpson Co, KY
    xii. M
    ALINDA E. CHISUM, b. May 07, 1808.
    Child of O
    BEDIAH CHISUM and NANCY LEA is:
    xiii. W
    ILLIAM G.6 CHISUM.

    Generation No. 6
    18.ANNA6 CHISUM (JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Abt. 1777 in VA, and died Bet. 1818 - 1820 in Covington, Pike Co. MS.She married JOHN WALLING Abt. 1792 in Virginia, son of JAMES WALLING and MARY WHITE.He was born Abt. 1775 in Montgomery Co.. VA, and died March 10, 1841 in Nacogdoches Co, TX.
    More About JOHN WALLING:
    Burial: Near Melrose, Nacogdoches Co., TX
    Children of ANNA CHISUM and JOHN WALLING are:
    41. i. J
    ESSE7 WALLING, b. June 17, 1794, Hawkins Co., TN.
    42. ii. J
    AMES WALLING, b. 1795, Barren Co., KY; d. August 1867, Milville, Rusk Co. TX.
    iii. E
    LIZABETH WALLING, b. 1799, Ohio; m. JOHN SIMPSON.
    iv. J
    OHN WALLING, b. May 19, 1804.
    43. v. M
    ARY WALLING, b. Abt. 1808.
    vi. N
    ANCY WALLING, b. 1809, TN; m. B. H. SIMPSON.
    vii. T
    HOMAS JEFFERSON WALLING, b. February 11, 1811, White Co., TN; d. January 22, 1902, Taylor Co., TX; m. (1) NANCY PRICE; d. May 30, 1853; m. (2) ELEANOR S. HARDY, September 04, 1854.
    viii. S
    ENTHA WALLING, b. 1816, TN; m. JAMES BELL.
    ix. A
    LFRED WALLING, b. 1818, TN; d. 1853, Cherokee Co., TX; m. REBECCA BRINBERRY, February 08, 1838, Nacogdoches Co, TX.

    19.
    JOHN6 CHISUM (JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born January 29, 1779 in ,USA, and died May 10, 1861 in Green Hill, AL, Lauderdale Co., USA.He married SARAH GREENWOOD January 12, 1804 in ,TN, Maury Co., USA.She was born January 20, 1781, and died October 21, 1840.
    Children of J
    OHN CHISUM and SARAH GREENWOOD are:
    i. L
    UCINDA F.7 CHISUM, b. November 28, 1804, ,TN, Maury Co, USA or Davidson Co. TN; d. 1824; m. CAPT. ALEXANDER MCKENZIE; b. 1800, Davidson Co. TN.
    ii. R
    UFUS KING CHISUM, b. 1806, Davidson Co. TN; d. 1877; m. EMELINE TAYLOR NUGENT; b. 1810, Davidson Co. TN.
    iii. N
    ORTON G. CHISUM, b. 1807, Davidson Co. TN.
    iv. J
    OHN M CHISUM, b. January 03, 1809, Davidson Co. TN; d. 1828.
    More About J
    OHN M CHISUM:
    Burial: Memphis, TN, Shelby Co., USA
    v. A
    LEXANDER CLAIBORNE CHISUM, b. February 08, 1811, Davidson Co. TN; d. 1856; m. (1) ELIZABETH GARRARD; b. 1815, Davidson Co. TN; m. (2) CAROLINE HEREFORD; b. 1815, Davidson Co. TN.
    More About A
    LEXANDER CLAIBORNE CHISUM:
    Burial: Pontotoc, MS
    vi. E
    NOCH PARSONS CHISUM, b. Bet. December 11, 1812 - 1813, Davidson Co. TN; d. 1875; m. (1) ALABAMA TENNESSEE MCMAHAN; m. (2) MARY ANDERSON; b. 1817, Davidson Co. TN.
    More About E
    NOCH PARSONS CHISUM:
    Burial: Chisholm, TX
    vii. I
    ZILLA KILPATRICK CHISUM, b. March 03, 1815, Davidson Co. TN; d. 1892; m. WILLIAM H. GARRARD; b. 1811, Davidson Co. TN.
    viii. J
    AMES ELIJAH RUSSELL CHISUM, b. 1817, Lauderdale Co., Alabama; d. 1868.
    ix. J
    OSEPH MCHENRY CHISHOLM, b. 1819, Lauderdale Co., Alabama; d. 1863, Ft Smith, AR.
    44. x. B
    EN FRANK CHISUM, b. January 23, 1820, Davidson Co. TN; d. 1898.
    xi. L
    OUISA JANE CHISHOLM, b. October 20, 1822, Lauderdale Co., Alabama; m. ENOCH RILEY KENNEDY; b. November 23, 1823, Moore, North Carolina.
    xii. A
    NGELINA C. CHISHOLM, b. May 31, 1825, Lauderdale Co., Alabama; m. HARRISON D. HOWELL; b. 1821, Lauderdale Co., Alabama.

    20.
    DEMPSEY6 CHISUM (JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1784 in Warren Co. KY.He married FRANCES PAGE September 12, 1806 in Warren Co., KY, daughter of JOHN PAGE and ANNE (HANNA).She was born 1785.
    Children of D
    EMPSEY CHISUM and FRANCES PAGE are:
    i. A
    NNA7 CHISUM, b. 1807, Warren Co. KY; m. RICHARD WOOD CROWSON, February 15, 1824, Bibb Co. AL; b. Abt. 1803.
    45. ii. S
    ARAH FRANCES CHISUM, b. 1808, Warren Co. KY.
    iii. D
    EMPSEY CHISUM, b. 1810.
    46. iv. J
    OHN CHISUM, b. 1810, Jefferson Co. TN; d. Bef. May 02, 1864.

    21.
    PHERIBA (PHOEBE)6 CHISUM (JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born May 15, 1787, and died Aft. 1813.She married JOHN MALONE HARRISON April 17, 1802 in Warren Co., KY.
    Children of P
    HERIBA CHISUM and JOHN HARRISON are:
    i. N
    ARCISSA7 HARRISON.
    ii. M
    INERVA HARRISON, m. JOSEPH M. EVANS, January 26, 1834, Bibb Co. AL.
    iii. J
    OHN C.HARRISON.
    iv. J
    AMES S. HARRISON.
    v. A
    BSALOM CHISM HARRISON.
    vi. E
    DMUND CLINTON HARRISON.
    vii. P
    ENINA HARRISON.
    viii. K
    ETURAH HARRISON.
    ix. M
    ANURA HARRISON.
    47. x. E
    WEL SEXTON HARRISON, b. 1800.

    22.
    SARAH "SALLIE"6 CHISUM (JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1788 in Warren Co. KY, and died Aft. 1860 in Hill Co. TX.She married (1) JOHN GILES.She married (2) JAMES W. PAGE September 12, 1806 in Warren Co., KY, son of JOHN PAGE and ANNE (HANNA).He was born February 23, 1788 in Laurens Co. SC, and died September 01, 1836 in Bibb Co. AL.
    More About S
    ARAH "SALLIE" CHISUM:
    Burial: Prairie Valley Baptist Church Cem. Hill Co. TX.
    Children of S
    ARAH CHISUM and JAMES PAGE are:
    48. i. L
    UCINDA7 PAGE, b. July 21, 1807, Warren Co. KY; d. January 17, 1887, Lookout Mountain, Fort Payne, Dekalb Co. AL.
    49. ii. J
    ANE PAGE, b. 1809, TN; d. April 29, 1882, Shelby Co. AL.
    50. iii. N
    ANCY PAGE, b. 1812, Warren Co. KY; d. Bef. 1868.
    51. iv. P
    HERIBA HARRISON PAGE, b. November 16, 1814, TN or VA; d. April 01, 1856, Ala..
    52. v. S
    ARAH (SALLIE) ANN PAGE, b. January 16, 1817, TN or VA; d. March 06, 1896, Hill Co. TX.
    53. vi. J
    AMES WESLEY PAGE, b. 1822, Bibb Co. AL; d. December 15, 1880, Hill Co. TX.
    vii. J
    OHN M. PAGE, b. Abt. 1825.
    54. viii. E
    LMINA LENORA ANN PAGE, b. 1825, Bibb Co. AL; d. Hill Co. TX.
    ix. A
    MANDA AMERICA PAGE, b. 1828, Bibb Co. AL; m. JAMES HUGHES, December 29, 1872, Tallapoosa Co. AL.

    23.
    JR. JAMES THOMAS6 CHISUM (JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born October 16, 1754 in ,VA, Amelia Co., USA, and died July 07, 1819 in ,KY, Barren Co., USA.He married MARY HOWARD 1780 in Union Co. S.C., daughter of OBADIAH HOWARD and PRISCILLA BREED.She was born 1760.
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    R. JAMES THOMAS CHISUM:
    Burial: Old Mulkey Ch. Thomkinsville, Monroe Co. KY
    Children of J
    AMES CHISUM and MARY HOWARD are:
    i. J
    ACOB7 CHISUM, REV., m. PRICILLA HOWARD, August 19, 1802.
    ii. E
    LIZABETH CHISUM, m. TOLBERT THOMAS.
    iii. J
    OHN CHISUM.
    iv. G
    EORGE CHISUM, m. REBECCA GIST, October 01, 1801, Barren Co. KY.
    55. v. J
    AMES CHISUM, b. August 20, 1779, ,VA; d. June 09, 1819.
    56. vi. W
    ILLIAM BELEW CHISUM, b. April 08, 1784; d. March 11, 1867, Monroe Co.KY.
    vii. M
    ICHAEL CHISUM, b. April 09, 1786; m. MARY BREED.

    24.
    JOHN6 CHISUM, (BLIND JOHN) (JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1756 in ,VA, Amelia Co., USA, and died June 15, 1829 in Marion, AL, Perry Co., AL.He married SARAH HARRIS 1774 in ,SC, Spartanburg Dist, USA.She died August 30, 1848 in Sparta, TN, White Co., USA.
    Children of J
    OHN CHISUM and SARAH HARRIS are:
    i. R
    ACHEL7 CHISUM, d. Bef. 1855; m. RIDDLES.
    ii. P
    OLLY CHISUM, m. PULLENS.
    iii. B
    ETSY CHISUM, m. BURNSIDE.
    iv. S
    ARAH CHISUM.
    v. F
    RANCES CHISUM, m. HENRY HATELY.
    vi. N
    ANCY CHISUM, m. FISHER.
    vii. E
    LISHA CHISUM, (TWIN).
    57. viii. W
    ILLIAM CHISUM, (TWIN), b. Bet. 1774 - 1775, York Co., SC or Rutherford Co., SC; d. August 1809, Greenville Co., SC.
    58. ix. J
    OHN HICKORY CHISUM, b. 1782, ,NC; d. 1855, ,TN.

    25.
    ELLENDER GILLINGTON6 CHISUM (JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1773 in ,VA, Halifax Co., USA, and died 1855 in Montecello, GA, Wilkes Co., USA.She married LEWIS FLEMISTER February 27, 1790.
    Children of E
    LLENDER CHISUM and LEWIS FLEMISTER are:
    59. i. J
    OHN7 FLEMISTER.
    60. ii. W
    ILLIAM LAND FLEMISTER, b. 1792, Wilkes Co. GA; d. 1868, Wilkes Co. GA.

    26.
    ABRAHAM6 ESTES (ELIZABETH5 CHISUM, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born November 01, 1764 in Amelia Co. VA, and died May 22, 1844 in Lincoln Co. KY.He married (1) MARY EAST/ EASTWOOD in Lincoln Co., KY.He married (2) MARGARET MCCORMACK December 31, 1789 in Lincoln Co., KY.
    Children of A
    BRAHAM ESTES and MARGARET MCCORMACK are:
    i. J
    OHN7 ESTES, b. September 25, 1790.
    ii. A
    NN ESTES, b. January 28, 1793, Lincoln Co., KY; d. August 1813.
    iii. E
    LIZABETH ESTES, b. August 28, 1795, Lincoln Co., KY; d. April 29, 1836.
    iv. J
    AMES M. ESTES, b. May 02, 1798.

    27.
    JOHN6 ESTES (ELIZABETH5 CHISUM, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1766 in VA, and died December 1825 in Callaway Co., MO.He married ANN February 01, 1803 in Smith Co., TN.She was born Bet. 1785 - 1814.
    Children of J
    OHN ESTES and ANN are:
    i. J
    OHN7 ESTES.
    ii. J
    AMES ESTES, m. SARAH LAUGHLIN, August 06, 1825, Gasconade Co., MO.
    iii. H
    UGH ESTES, m. SARAH HUFFMAN.

    28.
    MOSES6 ESTES (ELIZABETH5 CHISUM, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1775 in VA, and died Bef. November 26, 1815 in Wilson Co. TN.He married ELIZABETH RILEY July 04, 1796 in Logan Co., KY.She died Bef. 1815 in Wilson Co. TN.
    Children of M
    OSES ESTES and ELIZABETH RILEY are:
    i. R
    OSANNA7 ESTES.
    ii. S
    ARAH ESTES, b. Wilson Co. TN; m. JOHN ADAMS, JR..
    iii. M
    ARY ESTES, b. Wilson Co. TN; m. (1) UNKNOWN NEAL; m. (2) WILLIAM ELMORE, December 04, 1820.
    iv. E
    LIZABETH ESTES, b. 1798.
    v. J
    OHN ESTES, b. Abt. 1800.
    vi. L
    EWIS ESTES, b. Abt. 1802.
    vii. N
    ANCY ANN ESTES, b. September 29, 1805.
    viii. D
    ORCAS ESTES, b. Abt. 1810, Wilson Co., TN; m. (1) ELIAS LEWIS; d. Bef. 1828, Callaway Co., MO; m. (2) BETHEL PHILLIPS, January 02, 1828, Callaway Co., MO.
    ix. A
    BSALOM ESTES, b. 1811.
    x. T
    HOMAS ESTES, b. 1813.

    29.
    WILLIAM6 ESTES (ELIZABETH5 CHISUM, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1779 in TN or VA, and died May 01, 1815 in Smith Co., TN.He married ELIZABETH WHITESIDES March 15, 1800 in Warren Co., Ky.
    Children of W
    ILLIAM ESTES and ELIZABETH WHITESIDES are:
    i. P
    OLLY7 ESTES.
    ii. N
    ANCY ESTES.
    iii. K
    EZIAH ESTES.
    iv. J
    OHN ESTES.
    v. W
    ILLIAM ESTES.
    vi. B
    RACKETT ESTES, b. 1801, Warren Co.,Bowling Greey, KY; m. NANCY.

    30.
    ABSALOM6 ESTES (ELIZABETH5 CHISUM, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1781, and died February 07, 1839 in Jefferson Co, ILL.He married SARAH A. CAMPBELL February 01, 1803 in Smith Co, TN.
    Child of A
    BSALOM ESTES and SARAH CAMPBELL is:
    i. J
    AMES7 ESTES, b. August 28, 1809.

    31.
    JAMES STEWART6 CHISUM, MAJ. (ELIJAH JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born November 26, 1774 in ,VA, Halifax Co., USA, and died Bet. November 1834 - 1835 in ,TN, Hardeman Co., USA.He married ELIZABETH GIBBONS, 11523.6 January 26, 1794 in ,TN, Hawkins, USA, daughter of THOMAS GIBBONS and ANN EPPES.She was born November 12, 1774 in Albemarle Parish, VA, Sussex Co., USA, and died August 04, 1851 in ,TN, Hardeman Co., USA.
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    AMES STEWART CHISUM, MAJ.:
    Burial: Chisum Homeplace, TN, Cloversport, USA
    Record Change: October 01, 1998
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    LIZABETH GIBBONS, 11523.6:
    Burial: Old Vernon place, Cloverport, Hardeman Co., TN
    Record Change: October 01, 1998
    Children of J
    AMES CHISUM and ELIZABETH GIBBONS are:
    61. i. M
    ARY ANN7 CHISUM, 11523.61, b. March 26, 1795, ,TN, Hawkins Co., USA; d. March 24, 1853, Paris, TX, Lamar Co., USA.
    62. ii. L
    UCINDA CHISUM, 11523.63, b. January 16, 1800, ,TN, Grainger Co., USA; d. October 31, 1837, Lamar Co., TX.
    63. iii. R
    EBECCA B. CHISUM, b. January 31, 1802, Claiborne Co., TN; d. January 21, 1880, ,TN, Hardeman Co., USA.
    64. iv. C
    LAIBORNE C. CHISUM, 11523.62, b. June 22, 1797, ,TN, Grainger Co., USA; d. October 24, 1857, Paris, TX, Lamar Co., USA.
    65. v. N
    ANCY EPPES CHISUM, 11523.65, b. February 04, 1804, ,TN,Overton Co.., USA; d. October 05, 1844, ,TN, Hardeman Co., USA.
    66. vi. T
    HOMAS GIBBONS CHISUM, 11523.66, b. March 20, 1806, ,TN, Claiborne Co., USA; d. February 27, 1855, Rusk Co., TX.
    67. vii. L
    AVINIA CHISUM, 11523.67, b. February 10, 1808, ,TN, Claiborne Co., USA; d. Aft. July 30, 1874.
    viii. J
    AMES SIMPSON CHISUM, 11523.68, b. January 29, 1810, ,TN, White Co., USA; d. 1836.
    68. ix. E
    LIZABETH CHISUM, 11523.69, b. August 27, 1812, ,TN, White Co., USA; d. March 06, 1893, ,TN, Hardeman Co., USA.
    69. x. J
    OHN GIBBONS CHISUM, 11523.6X, b. December 14, 1818, ,TN, White Co., USA; d. August 31, 1905, ,TN, Tipton Co., USA.

    32.
    JOHN6 CHISUM (ELIJAH JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Abt. 1776 in Halifax, VA, Henry Co., USA, and died 1833 in ,TN, Hardeman Co., USA.He married MARY ANN ARMSTRONG 1798 in Grainger Co. TN, daughter of WILLIAM ARMSTRONG.She was born Abt. 1777 in ,TN, Grainger Co. Then Territory north of the Ohio.
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    OHN CHISUM:
    Burial: Leon Thompson Cm, TN, White Co., USA
    Children of J
    OHN CHISUM and MARY ARMSTRONG are:
    70. i. W
    ILLIAM C.7 CHISUM, b. 1799, Jack Co. TX.
    71. ii. L
    UCINDA ARMSTRONG CHISUM, b. October 24, 1804, ,TN, White Co., USA; d. October 31, 1837, Paris, Lamar Co., TX.
    iii. M
    ARY ANN CHISUM, b. Abt. 1805, ,TN, White Co., USA or Grainger Co., TN; m. EDWIN G. STEPHENS.
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    ARY ANN CHISUM:
    Record Change: September 19, 1998
    72. iv. C
    HARLOTTE ANN CHISUM, b. 1808, White Co. TN; d. Rusk Co. TX.
    v. V
    AN B. CHISUM, b. 1813, TN; m. ELIZABETH CHISUM.
    73. vi. M
    ALINDA/BELINDA CHISUM, b. February 14, 1814, Hardeman Co. TN; d. Aft. 1890, Rusk Co., TX.
    vii. M
    ATILDA CHISUM, b. Abt. 1816; m. JAMES M. VINSON.
    74. viii. M
    ARTHA JANE CHISUM, b. Abt. 1816, Madison Co., TN.
    75. ix. C
    ATHERINE CHISUM, b. May 06, 1818, ,TN, USA; d. February 03, 1899, ,TN, Madison Co., USA.
    x. N
    ANCY CHISUM, b. March 06, 1820; d. February 23, 1849; m. JAMES H. JOHNSON, Bef. 1837.

    33.
    WILLIAM6 CHISUM (ELIJAH JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Abt. 1778 in ,VA, Henry Co., USA, and died Bef. 1831.He married NANCY ARMSTRONG in Hawkins, TN.She was born Abt. 1782 in Hawkins Co., TN.
    Children of W
    ILLIAM CHISUM and NANCY ARMSTRONG are:
    i. E
    LIZABETH7 CHISUM, m. SETH CARSON.
    ii. S
    ALLY CHISUM.
    76. iii. W
    ILLIAM CHISUM, b. Abt. 1822, ,TN, USA; d. Abt. 1851, ,TX, USA.

    34.
    ELIZABETH6 CHISUM (ELIJAH JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Abt. 1780 in ,TN, Hawkins Co., USA, and died in Warren Co. TN.She married NIMROD DODSON October 21, 1797 in Hawkins Co. TN, son of JESSE DODSON, REV..He was born Abt. 1775 in Warran Co. TN, and died January 18, 1837.
    More About E
    LIZABETH CHISUM:
    Burial: Lacy Willis Fm., TN, Viola, Warren Co, USA
    Child of E
    LIZABETH CHISUM and NIMROD DODSON is:
    i. S
    AMPSON W.7 DODSON, REV., b. Abt. 1809; d. June 23, 1877, Pea Ridge, AR.

    35.
    MALINDA6 CHISUM (ELIJAH JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1782 in ,TN, Hawkins Co., and died Bet. 1798 - 1799 in ,TX, Lamar Co., USA.She married JR. THOMAS GIBBONS, IV, 11523.4 Bef. 1797 in ,TN, Grainger Co., USA, son of THOMAS GIBBONS and ANN EPPES.He was born October 20, 1769 in Albermarle Parish, Surry Co. VA, and died 1857 in Humphrey Co. TN.
    More About M
    ALINDA CHISUM:
    Burial: Mt.Moriah Cem outside of Kilgore, Gregg Co.,TX
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    R. THOMAS GIBBONS, IV, 11523.4:
    Burial: Mt.Moriah Cem outside of Kilgore, Gregg Co.,TX
    Child of M
    ALINDA CHISUM and THOMAS GIBBONS is:
    77. i. E
    LIJAH7 GIBBONS, 11523.41, b. Abt. 1798; d. September 10, 1859.

    36.
    JR. ELIJAH6 CHISUM, JR. (ELIJAH JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Abt. 1784 in ,TN, Hawkins Co., USA, and died August 08, 1818 in ,TN, White Co., USA.He married (1) SALINA BRILEY NESBITT.He married (2) MARGARET HILL (?), 11523.632 Abt. 1805 in ,TN, Claiborne Co., USA, daughter of RICHARD HILL and REBECCA ROBINSON.
    More About J
    R. ELIJAH CHISUM, JR.:
    Burial: Plum Crk. Cem., TN, Sparta, White Co, USA
    Child of E
    LIJAH CHISUM and SALINA NESBITT is:
    78. i. A
    NDREW JACKSON7 CHISUM.
    Child of E
    LIJAH CHISUM and MARGARET (?) is:
    79. ii. W
    ILLIAM HILL7 CHISUM, b. Abt. 1818, TN.

    37.
    GEORGE CALVIN6 PATILLO (SARAH5 CHISUM, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born September 09, 1799 in Charlotte Co., VA, and died December 01, 1881 in Upshur Co. TX.He married (1) MARY BEATY Abt. 1815 in Charlotte Co. VA.She was born 1797 in Illinois, and died Abt. 1834.He married (2) UNKNOWN 1835.
    Children of G
    EORGE PATILLO and MARY BEATY are:
    i. G
    EORGE CALVIN7 PATILLO, JR., b. 1816.
    ii. E
    LIZABETH PATILLO, b. March 26, 1820, TN; d. March 01, 1875, Upshur Co. TX; m. WILLIAM HAMBRIGHT, Abt. 1840; b. September 18, 1816; d. 1869, Upshur Co. TX.
    iii. T
    . H. PATILLO, b. 1822, NC.
    iv. L
    . PATILLO, b. 1824.
    v. E
    MALINE PATILLO, b. 1833, TN.
    Children of G
    EORGE PATILLO and UNKNOWN are:
    vi. M
    ARY7 PATILLO, b. 1838; d. 1889; m. JAMES MOTLEY, 1856; b. Abt. 1835, KY; d. 1892.
    vii. S
    ARAH PATILLO, b. 1844, Alabama.
    viii. W
    ILLIAM SHEPP PATILLO, b. 1856.
    ix. E
    LIZABETH PATILLO, b. 1858.
    x. J
    OSIAH PATILLO, b. 1863.
    xi. G
    EORGIA PATILLO, b. 1869.

    38.
    JAMES N.6 PATILLO (SARAH5 CHISUM, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1802 in Kentucky.He married LAVINIA HOWARD August 11, 1828 in Madison Co. Alabama.She was born 1808, and died 1884 in Franklin Co. Arkansas.
    Children of J
    AMES PATILLO and LAVINIA HOWARD are:
    i. S
    ARAH7 PATILLO, b. 1829; m. WILLIS CAMPBELL, 1846, Jackson Co. Alabama; b. Abt. 1825.
    ii. T
    EMPERANCE PATILLO, b. 1832; m. JOSEPH HAMBRICK, Abt. 1850; b. Abt. 1830.
    iii. L
    ANE PATILLO, b. 1834.
    80. iv. W
    ILLIAM TRENTON ALEXANDER PATILLO, b. August 1836, Madison County, Alabama.
    v. M
    ARY CALDONIA PATILLO, b. 1838; m. SEBORN M. JONES, October 06, 1855; b. Abt. 1835.
    vi. G
    EORGE PATTILLO PATILLO, b. 1841.
    vii. A
    DALINE PATILLO, b. 1843.
    viii. J
    AMES HENRY PATILLO, b. Abt. 1845; m. NANCY JONES, Abt. 1870; b. Abt. 1850.
    ix. N
    ANCY ANN PATILLO, b. 1846; m. HENRY CLAY JOHNSON, Abt. 1864, Missouri; b. 1841.
    x. P
    ATRICK M. PATILLO, b. December 02, 1850; m. MARY C., Abt. 1870; b. Abt. 1855.

    39.
    JOHN W.6 CHISUM (OBEDIAH5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born December 19, 1791 in VA, and died 1829 in Ti[pton Co., TN.He married SARAH PARKER.
    Child of J
    OHN CHISUM and SARAH PARKER is:
    81. i. W
    ILLIAM G.7 CHISHOLM.

    40.
    GILLINGTON6 CHISUM (OBEDIAH5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born January 29, 1796 in Logan, KY, and died March 31, 1872 in Nashville,TN.He married CYNTHIA HILL Bet. August 1816 - 1817 in Sparta, White Co., TN, daughter of THOMAS HILL and CATHERINE SHROPSHIRE.She was born December 04, 1799 in GreeneCo. GA, and died 1877 in Nashville,TN.
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    ILLINGTON CHISUM:
    Burial: Chisum Cem. near FranklinCo.,TN Next to his father
    Children of G
    ILLINGTON CHISUM and CYNTHIA HILL are:
    i. J
    OHN W.7 CHISHOLM, b. 1818, White Co. TN; d. Nr. Cedar Creek, Franklin AL.
    ii. J
    AMES T. CHISHOLM, b. 1819, Tuscumbia, , Alabama; m. ARMINDA DOBBS.
    iii. M
    ARY SOPHRONIA CHISHOLM, b. 1821, Tuscombia, Olbert, Alabama; d. March 12, 1858, Frankfort, Franklin, AL; m. DANIEL VERTNER SEVIER.
    82. iv. L
    EWIS CLARK CHISHOLM, b. May 30, 1822, Tuscumbia, Olbert, Alabama; d. May 03, 1913, Nashville, Davidson Co., TN.
    v. M
    ALINDA CHISHOLM, b. 1824, Tuscumbia, Olbert, Alabama.
    vi. W
    ILLIAM O. CHISHOLM, b. April 03, 1829, Tuscumbia, Olbert, Alabama; d. October 23, 1856, Frankfort, Franklin, AL.
    vii. O
    BADIAH CHISHOLM, b. 1832, Tuscumbia,Olbert, Alabama; d. Olford, MS; m. JANE WOMBLE.
    viii. E
    LIZABETH CHISHOLM, b. 1834, Tuscumbia, Olbert, Alabama; m. BRICE HAMILTON.
    ix. M
    ARY ANN CHISHOLM, b. 1836, Tuscumbia, Olbert, Alabama; m. NATHAN FUQUA.
    x. E
    DMUND SEVIER CHISHOLM, b. May 29, 1840, Tuscumbia, Olbert, Alabama; d. May 27, 1915; m. (1) MAY GODFREY; m. (2) MARY ANN HALL, March 11, 1866.
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    DMUND SEVIER CHISHOLM:
    Burial: St. Louis, MO

    Generation No. 7
    41.JESSE7 WALLING (ANNA6 CHISUM, JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born June 17, 1794 in Hawkins Co., TN.He married (1) SARAH PARKER 1818.He married (2) ANN CHISHOLM, (WHEELOCK) December 22, 1838.
    Children of JESSE WALLING and SARAH PARKER are:
    i. J
    OHN C.8 WALLING, b. June 03, 1820, Covington County, Mississippi.
    ii. P
    RESTON WALLING, b. 1822, Covington County, Mississippi.
    iii. M
    ARTHA ANN WALLING, b. July 26, 1822, Covington County, Mississippi.
    iv. N
    ANCY WALLING, b. July 02, 1830, TN or MS.
    v. S
    YNTHIA ANN WALLING, b. 1833, Haywood Co., TN.
    vi. J
    ESSE ROBERT WALLING, b. 1835.
    Child of J
    ESSE WALLING and ANN CHISHOLM is:
    83. vii. I
    SOM/ISHAM CHRISHOLM8 WALLING, b. May 03, 1842, Nacogdoches County,Texas; d. March 20, 1916, Walling Bend, TX.

    42.
    JAMES7 WALLING (ANNA6 CHISUM, JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1795 in Barren Co., KY, and died August 1867 in Milville, Rusk Co. TX.He married MARTHA HAMLIN.
    Child of J
    AMES WALLING and MARTHA HAMLIN is:
    i. J
    AMES8 WALLING, m. LEURENA LATHAM.

    43.
    MARY7 WALLING (ANNA6 CHISUM, JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Abt. 1808.She married (1) MOSES L.BINGHAM.She married (2) KEYS.
    Child of M
    ARY WALLING and KEYS is:
    i. H
    OWARD8 KEYS.

    44.
    BEN FRANK7 CHISUM (JOHN6, JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born January 23, 1820 in Davidson Co. TN, and died 1898.He married DIDAMA BOWEN.She was born March 13, 1833 in Alabama.
    Child of B
    EN CHISUM and DIDAMA BOWEN is:
    i. J
    ENNIE NANCY8 CHISUM, b. March 09, 1850, Lauderdale Co., Alabama; m. THOMAS L. DAVIS; b. 1850, Hardin Co., TN.

    45.
    SARAH FRANCES7 CHISUM (DEMPSEY6, JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1808 in Warren Co. KY.She married DANIEL LIGHTSEY May 14, 1829 in Bibb Co. AL.He was born 1808 in Barnwell Dist. SC.
    Children of S
    ARAH CHISUM and DANIEL LIGHTSEY are:
    i. J
    OHN W.8 LIGHTSEY, b. Abt. 1830, Bibb Co. AL; m. ELIZABETH URREY; b. 1829, Bibb Co. AL.
    ii. F
    RANCES ELIZABETH LIGHTSEY, b. Bet. 1830 - 1835, Bibb Co. AL; m. JOHN M. TYRE; b. 1827, Bibb Co. AL.
    iii. D
    EMPSEY CHISM LIGHTSEY, b. 1835, Bibb Co. AL; m. NANCY E. MERCHANT; b. 1826, TN.
    iv. D
    ANIEL L. LIGHTSEY, b. Abt. 1836, Bibb Co. AL.
    v. M
    ARTHA JANE LIGHTSEY, b. Abt. 1839, Mississippi; m. CHARLES A. ANDERSON; b. Abt. 1837, Mississippi.
    vi. N
    ANCY A. LIGHTSEY, b. Abt. 1847, Louisiana.

    46.
    JOHN7 CHISUM (DEMPSEY6, JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1810 in Jefferson Co. TN, and died Bef. May 02, 1864.He married DORINDA TERRY March 1829 in Bibb Co. AL.She was born 1808 in SC.
    Children of J
    OHN CHISUM and DORINDA TERRY are:
    84. i. D
    EMPSEY M8 CHISUM, b. August 11, 1830, Centerville, Bibb Co., AL; d. October 14, 1886, Centerville, Bibb Co., AL.
    ii. E
    MILY E. CHISUM, b. 1832, Ala.; m. ISAAC M. LAWRENCE, November 18, 1858, Bibb Co. AL; b. 1833.
    85. iii. J
    OHN W. CHISUM, b. September 18, 1834, Bibb Co. AL; d. June 16, 1904, Bibb Co. AL.
    86. iv. F
    RANCES ANN CHISUM, b. January 26, 1837, Bibb Co. AL; d. October 26, 1915, Bibb Co. AL.
    v. J
    AMES F. CHISUM, b. 1840, Bibb Co. AL; d. Bef. May 02, 1864.
    vi. M
    ARY CAROLINE CHISUM, b. February 19, 1840, Centerville, Bibb Co., AL; m. NEWTON PATTON LANGSTON, 1877.
    87. vii. F
    EREBY JANE CHISUM, b. January 07, 1842, Centerville, Bibb Co., AL; d. September 18, 1912, Centerville, Bibb Co., AL.
    viii. M
    ARY ANN CHISUM, b. December 11, 1843, Bibb Co. AL; d. November 12, 1909, Centerville, Bibb Co., AL; m. WILLIAM THOMAS REAVES, July 15, 1873, Bibb Co. AL.
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    ARY ANN CHISUM:
    Burial: Sandy Chapel Cem. Bibb Co. AL
    ix. P
    AROLEE LOUISE CHISUM, b. 1846, Centerville, Bibb Co., AL; m. JACKSON FREEMAN, November 12, 1880, Bibb Co. AL.
    x. W
    ILLIAM T. CHISUM, b. July 1850, Bibb Co. AL; d. 1926; m. MINA B. UNKNOWN.
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    ILLIAM T. CHISUM:
    Burial: Sandy Chaple Cem. Bibb Co. AL

    47.
    EWEL SEXTON7 HARRISON (PHERIBA (PHOEBE)6 CHISUM, JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1800.He married ARTEMACY GORMAN September 12, 1820 in Perry Co. AL.
    Children of E
    WEL HARRISON and ARTEMACY GORMAN are:
    i. J
    OHN MALONE8 HARRISON, b. September 17, 1822.
    ii. M
    ARY ELIZABETH HARRISON, b. 1824.
    iii. E
    LIJHA BENTOT HARRISON, b. 1827.
    iv. J
    AMES C. HARRISON, b. 1833, Perry Co., AL; d. 1914, Atascosa Co., TX.
    88. v. H
    UGH LAWSON HARRISON, b. 1836, Perry Co., AL; d. February 19, 1892, Wilson Co., TX.

    48.
    LUCINDA7 PAGE (SARAH "SALLIE"6 CHISUM, JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born July 21, 1807 in Warren Co. KY, and died January 17, 1887 in Lookout Mountain, Fort Payne, Dekalb Co. AL.She married BURWELL HOUSTON LEWIS March 15, 1821 in Bibb Co. AL, son of SAMUEL LEWIS and DORCAS FINCHER.He was born May 23, 1799 in Greenville Dist. SC, and died October 06, 1884 in Fort Payne, DeKalb Co., AL.
    More About L
    UCINDA PAGE:
    Burial: Walker Chapel, Lookout Mtn Dekalb Co. AL
    Children of L
    UCINDA PAGE and BURWELL LEWIS are:
    89. i. J
    ANE8 LEWIS, b. 1823, Bibb Co. AL; d. 1896, Lookout Mountain, Fort Payne, Dekalb Co. AL.
    90. ii. D
    ORCAS FINCHER LEWIS, b. June 08, 1828, Bibb Co. AL; d. March 15, 1900, Fort Payne, DeKalb Co. AL.
    91. iii. P
    HERABY LEWIS, b. 1830, Dekalb Co., AL; d. February 15, 1917, Hunt Co. ?.
    92. iv. P
    ARALEE LEWIS, b. April 13, 1833, Bibb Co. AL; d. December 09, 1909, Lebanon, AL.
    93. v. J
    AMES PAGE LEWIS, b. December 06, 1836.
    vi. E
    ZKIEL HENRY LEWIS, b. April 10, 1840, Portersville, AL; d. February 02, 1924, Hunt, TX; m. MARY JANE ELVIRA HAGLER, January 03, 1861.
    vii. A
    MANDA S. LEWIS, b. October 26, 1842, Ala.; d. March 05, 1928, McCulloch, TX; m. (1) WILLIAM SOUTHERLAND; d. 1865; m. (2) ABRAHAM DUTTON.
    More About A
    MANDA S. LEWIS:
    Burial: Comanche Co., TX
    94. viii. S
    AMUEL HOUSTON LEWIS, b. December 05, 1845, Dekalb Co., AL; d. February 24, 1918, Comanche Co., TX.
    95. ix. C
    HARLES GEORGE LEWIS, b. January 1849; d. January 11, 1925, Comanche Co., TX.
    96. x. B
    URRELL SCALES LEWIS, b. March 28, 1855, Dekalb Co., AL; d. January 11, 1924, Comanche Co., TX.

    49.
    JANE7 PAGE (SARAH "SALLIE"6 CHISUM, JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1809 in TN, and died April 29, 1882 in Shelby Co. AL.She married BENJAMIN WOODSON PAGE March 02, 1828 in Isabella, Bibb Co., AL, son of BENJAMIN PAGE.He was born 1805 in SC.
    Children of J
    ANE PAGE and BENJAMIN PAGE are:
    i. M
    ARTHA J.8 PAGE, b. Abt. 1830, Ala..
    ii. S
    ARAH A. PAGE, b. Abt. 1834, Ala..
    iii. L
    UANDA F. PAGE, b. Abt. 1836, Ala..
    97. iv. J
    AMES H. PAGE, b. February 16, 1839, Shelby Co. AL; d. March 19, 1915, Columbiana, Shelby Co., AL.
    v. E
    LIZA C. PAGE, b. Abt. 1844, Ala..
    vi. E
    UGENA A. PAGE, b. Abt. 1848, Ala..
    vii. E
    LLEN PAGE, b. Abt. 1854, Ala..

    50.
    NANCY7 PAGE (SARAH "SALLIE"6 CHISUM, JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1812 in Warren Co. KY, and died Bef. 1868.She married ELIJAH T. GOODWIN September 14, 1828 in Maplesville, Bibb Co., AL, son of DAVID GOODWIN and TEMPERANCE ANDREWS.He was born July 02, 1802 in Franklin Co., NC, and died July 14, 1885 in Erath Co., TX.
    More About E
    LIJAH T. GOODWIN:
    Burial: Pecan Cemetery Erath County, TX
    Children of N
    ANCY PAGE and ELIJAH GOODWIN are:
    i. A
    UGUSTA8 GOODWIN.
    ii. D
    UCALLON (DUKE) GOODWIN, b. Bet. 1831 - 1832.
    iii. S
    ARAH GOODWIN, b. 1833.
    iv. J
    AMES P. GOODWIN, b. 1836.
    v. T
    EMPERANCE GOODWIN, b. 1839.
    vi. E
    LIJAH T. GOODWIN, JR., b. 1843, Mississippi.
    vii. M
    ARY ANN GOODWIN, b. 1844.
    viii. A
    MANDA B. GOODWIN, b. Bet. 1849 - 1850.
    ix. C
    ORDELIA GOODWIN, b. 1858.

    51.
    PHERIBA HARRISON7 PAGE (SARAH "SALLIE"6 CHISUM, JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born November 16, 1814 in TN or VA, and died April 01, 1856 in Ala..She married JESSE IRBY WOOLLEY October 12, 1831 in Lawley, Bibb Co., AL, son of BASIL WOOLLEY and ELIZABETH BOYD.He was born March 10, 1811 in Edgefield Dist, SC, and died April 30, 1852 in St. Clair Co. AL.
    Children of P
    HERIBA PAGE and JESSE WOOLLEY are:
    i. M
    ILLY ANN8 WOOLLEY, b. August 03, 1832, St. Clair Co. AL; m. THOMAS JACKSON.
    98. ii. H
    UGH JAMES MONROE WOOLLEY, b. June 30, 1834, St. Clair Co. AL; d. April 18, 1877, Rusk Co. TX.
    iii. V
    IRGIL P. WOOLLEY, b. 1838, Ala..
    iv. E
    DMOND B. WOOLLEY, b. 1841, Ala..
    99. v. M
    INOR LAFAYETTE WOOLLEY, b. 1844, Ala..
    vi. C
    ARLTON B. WOOLLEY, b. 1848, Ala..

    52.
    SARAH (SALLIE) ANN7 PAGE (SARAH "SALLIE"6 CHISUM, JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born January 16, 1817 in TN or VA, and died March 06, 1896 in Hill Co. TX.She married JESSE B. HAYES August 28, 1833 in Bibb Co. AL, son of ENOCH HAYES and REBECCA CLARK.He was born June 01, 1812 in GA, and died December 11, 1887 in Hill Co., TX.
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    ARAH (SALLIE) ANN PAGE:
    Burial: Prairie Valley Baptist Cem. Hill Co. TX
    More About J
    ESSE B. HAYES:
    Burial: Prairie Valley Baptist Church Cem. Hill Co. TX.
    Children of S
    ARAH PAGE and JESSE HAYES are:
    i. S
    ARAH ANN8 HAYES, b. 1834, Ala..
    ii. J
    AMES HAYES, b. 1835, Ala..
    iii. R
    EBECCA IDOS HAYES, b. 1837, Ala.; m. WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, 1860, Eastland Co. TX.
    iv. E
    NOCH HAYES, b. 1840, Ala..
    v. M
    ARY E. HAYES, b. 1844, Ala.; m. NATHANIAL SHELDON.
    vi. L
    UCINDA RENA (ARRENA) HAYES, b. May 10, 1846, Ala.; d. January 13, 1900, Eastland Co., TX; m. JOHN FRANKLIN LOONEY, June 19, 1867, Eastland Co. TX.
    vii. J
    ESSE RILEY HAYES, b. 1848, Ala.; m. ELIZABETH (BETTY) MACINTOSH.
    100. viii. W
    ILLIAM CROFFORD HAYES, b. December 06, 1853, Montgomery AL; d. March 06, 1926, Globe, AZ.
    101. ix. A
    NDREW JACKSON B. HAYES, b. 1858, TX; d. 1919.
    x. T
    HOMAS J. HAYES, b. 1861, Hill Co. TX; m. EMMA F. WHATLEY, February 13, 1879, Navarro Co., TX; b. July 17, 1857, Smith Co. TX.

    53.
    JAMES WESLEY7 PAGE (SARAH "SALLIE"6 CHISUM, JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1822 in Bibb Co. AL, and died December 15, 1880 in Hill Co. TX.He married MARTHA E. ANN ABBEY March 26, 1848 in Polk Co., TX, daughter of JAMES ABBEY and NANCY YOUNG.She was born April 17, 1832 in Mississippi, and died Abt. 1910 in Hill Co. TX.
    Children of J
    AMES PAGE and MARTHA ABBEY are:
    102. i. J
    AMES (JIMMY) EDWARD8 PAGE, b. 1849, Polk Co. TX.
    103. ii. S
    ARAH FRANCES (FANNIE) PAGE, b. 1851, Polk Co. TX; d. Hill Co. TX.
    104. iii. M
    ARGARET ANNA (MODGE) PAGE, b. December 03, 1854, Hill Co. TX; d. July 24, 1893, Terrell, Kaufman Co., TX.
    105. iv. S
    ARAH ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) PAGE, b. 1855, Hill Co. TX; d. Abt. 1900, Toyah, Reeves Co. TX.
    v. C
    LINTON HENRY PAGE, b. 1857, Hill Co. TX; d. Abt. 1900, Coke Co., TX.
    More About C
    LINTON HENRY PAGE:
    Burial: Paint Creek Cem. Edith, Coke Co, TX
    vi. E
    LIAS C. PAGE, b. 1858, Hill Co. TX; d. Abt. 1900, Coke, Co., TX; m. A. STEWART, July 25, 1878, Hill Co., TX.
    More About E
    LIAS C. PAGE:
    Burial: Paint Creek Cem. at Edith, Coke Co. TX
    vii. J
    AMES (JIM) W. PAGE, b. 1859, Hill Co. TX; d. Onion Creek, 16 mi. from Austin, TX.
    106. viii. I
    SHAM CHISUM PAGE, b. January 10, 1862, Grayson Co., TX; d. December 05, 1941, Page Farm near Edith, Coke Co. TX.

    54.
    ELMINA LENORA ANN7 PAGE (SARAH "SALLIE"6 CHISUM, JOHN5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1825 in Bibb Co. AL, and died in Hill Co. TX.She married WILEY WHATLEY August 05, 1840 in Bibb Co. AL, son of AUGUSTUS A. WHATLEY.He was born 1807 in GA.
    Children of E
    LMINA PAGE and WILEY WHATLEY are:
    i. L
    OUISA J.8 WHATLEY, b. 1841.
    ii. A
    MANDA A. WHATLEY, b. 1844, Ala.; m. A. L. HOLT, August 09, 1868, Navarro Co., TX.
    iii. S
    ARAH A. WHATLEY, b. 1846, Ala..
    iv. M
    ARY A. WHATLEY, b. 1846.
    v. L
    ANALI A. WHATLEY, b. 1846.
    vi. J
    OHN P. WHATLEY, b. 1848; m. SALLIE FRAME, December 12, 1878, Navarro Co., TX.
    vii. A
    . F. WHATLEY, b. 1849, Ala..
    viii. J
    . T. WHATLEY, b. 1853, TX.
    ix. E
    MMA F. WHATLEY, b. July 17, 1857, Smith Co. TX; m. (1) THOMAS J. HAYES, February 13, 1879, Navarro Co., TX; b. 1861, Hill Co. TX; m. (2) JOHN CALVIN STINSON, December 24, 1885, Navarro Co., TX.

    55.
    JAMES7 CHISUM (JAMES THOMAS6, JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born August 20, 1779 in ,VA, and died June 09, 1819.He married PHOEBE BREED July 30, 1801, daughter of NATHAN BREED and MARY HARLAN.
    Children of J
    AMES CHISUM and PHOEBE BREED are:
    i. B
    ENJAMIN8 CHISUM, b. May 14, 1804; d. March 07, 1844.
    ii. M
    ARY CHISUM, b. September 24, 1805.
    iii. E
    LIZABETH CHISUM, b. December 27, 1807; d. July 21, 1839.
    iv. J
    AMES THOMAS CHISUM, b. June 10, 1810; d. December 11, 1884.
    v. J
    OHN CHISUM, b. May 26, 1813.
    vi. P
    RICILLA CHISUM, b. April 16, 1815.
    vii. P
    HOEBE CHISUM, b. April 16, 1818; d. August 24, 1839.

    56.
    WILLIAM BELEW7 CHISUM (JAMES THOMAS6, JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born April 08, 1784, and died March 11, 1867 in Monroe Co.KY.He married PRISCILLA BREED 1804, daughter of NATHAN BREED and MARY HARLAN.She was born 1787 in Eastern TN.
    Children of W
    ILLIAM CHISUM and PRISCILLA BREED are:
    i. K
    IRBY8 CHISUM.
    ii. R
    OBERT CHISUM.
    iii. M
    ARY CHISUM.
    iv. M
    ICHAEL CHISUM.
    v. W
    ILLIAM G. CHISUM.
    vi. J
    ACOB CHISUM.
    vii. C
    ELIA JANE CHISUM.
    viii. N
    ATHAN CHISUM, b. 1805.
    ix. J
    OHN A. CHISUM, b. 1807; m. (1) SARAH BLOCK; m. (2) SARAH ANN GILLOCK, August 25, 1830.
    107. x. J
    AMES CHISUM, b. Bet. 1810 - 1811; d. 1840.

    57.
    WILLIAM7 CHISUM, (TWIN) (JOHN6, JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born Bet. 1774 - 1775 in York Co., SC or Rutherford Co., SC, and died August 1809 in Greenville Co., SC.He married ANN PRAYTOR Abt. 1793 in Spartanburg, SC, daughter of WILLIAM PRATHER and MARY MIDDLETON.She was born Abt. 1776 in Laurens Co., SC or Pendleton Dist. SC, and died 1845 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa Co., AL.
    Children of W
    ILLIAM CHISUM and ANN PRAYTOR are:
    i. J
    OHN8 CHISUM, m. DELIAH.
    ii. M
    IDDLETON PRAYTOR CHISUM.
    iii. J
    ESSE CHISUM.
    iv. L
    EWIS DAVID CHISUM.
    v. S
    ARAH F. CHISUM.
    108. vi. J
    AMES CHISUM, b. 1795, Pendleton Dist. SC.

    58.
    JOHN HICKORY7 CHISUM (JOHN6, JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1782 in ,NC, and died 1855 in ,TN.He married MARY HARRIS.She was born February 23, 1782 in SC, and died April 1855 in ,TN, White Co., USA.
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    OHN HICKORY CHISUM:
    Burial: Chisam Cemetery, White Co., Tn
    Children of J
    OHN CHISUM and MARY HARRIS are:
    i. L
    OUIZA8 CHISUM, m. GILBERT.
    109. ii. P
    RESTON A CHISUM, b. 1808.
    110. iii. O
    VERTON DEWEESE CHISUM, b. February 11, 1811, ,TN.
    111. iv. J
    R. JOHN H. CHISUM, b. 1816, ,TN; d. Abt. 1862, ,MO.
    v. W
    ILLIAM CHISUM, b. 1823, ,TN; m. MARY LODEMA COTTON.

    59.
    JOHN7 FLEMISTER (ELLENDER GILLINGTON6 CHISUM, JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM)He married HULDA WOODRUFF.
    Child of J
    OHN FLEMISTER and HULDA WOODRUFF is:
    112. i. J
    AMES J.8 FLEMISTER.

    60.
    WILLIAM LAND7 FLEMISTER (ELLENDER GILLINGTON6 CHISUM, JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1792 in Wilkes Co. GA, and died 1868 in Wilkes Co. GA.He married MICHA J. WILSON in Jasper Co., GA.She was born May 03, 1799 in Oglethorpe Co. GA, and died February 1863 in Wilkinson Co. GA.
    Children of W
    ILLIAM FLEMISTER and MICHA WILSON are:
    i. W
    ILSON S.8 FLEMISTER, b. 1825.
    113. ii. W
    ILLIAM C. FLEMISTER, b. 1829, Jasper Co. GA; d. Abt. 1881.
    iii. D
    AUGHTER FLEMISTER, b. 1830.
    iv. M
    ARY FLEMISTER, b. February 16, 1830.
    v. E
    MALIZE FLEMISTER, b. 1832.
    114. vi. A
    BEL O. FLEMISTER, b. March 01, 1834, Jasper Co. GA; d. April 25, 1884, Gordon GA.
    vii. C
    ATHERINE SYLVIA FLEMISTER, b. September 05, 1834.
    viii. D
    AUGHTER FLEMISTER, b. 1835.
    ix. M
    ARY FLEMISTER, b. 1837.
    x. J
    AMES MADISON FLEMISTER, b. 1841.

    61.
    MARY ANN7 CHISUM, 11523.61 (JAMES STEWART6, ELIJAH JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born March 26, 1795 in ,TN, Hawkins Co., USA, and died March 24, 1853 in Paris, TX, Lamar Co., USA.She married JOHN JOHNSON October 22, 1810 in ,TN, Overton Co., USA.He was born August 31, 1790 in Orange Co.,NC, and died September 27, 1852 in Paris, TX, Lamar Co., USA.
    More About M
    ARY ANN CHISUM, 11523.61:
    Burial: Old Paris Cem., TX, Lamar Co., USA
    More About J
    OHN JOHNSON:
    Burial: Old Cem., Paris, TX, Lamar Co., USA
    Record Change: September 19, 1998
    Children of M
    ARY CHISUM and JOHN JOHNSON are:
    115. i. J
    AMES M.8 JOHNSON, 11523.611, b. July 22, 1811; d. October 05, 1853.
    116. ii. S
    ARAH A. JOHNSON, 11523.612, b. October 12, 1813, ,TN; d. October 15, 1852, ,TX, Lamar Co., USA.
    117. iii. E
    LIZABETH JOHNSON, 11523.613, b. July 15, 1815, Overton, TN; d. January 24, 1896, Delta, TX, USA.
    iv. L
    UCY JOHNSON, 11523.614, b. July 22, 1817; d. December 30, 1820.
    v. N
    ANCY CHISUM JOHNSON, 11523.615, b. November 13, 1819, ,TN, USA; d. April 06, 1911, Lamar, TX, USA; m. ALEXANDER WETMORE WRIGHT; b. 1820, AR.
    More About N
    ANCY CHISUM JOHNSON, 11523.615:
    Burial: Evergreen Cem., TX, Paris, Lamar Co., USA
    vi. R
    EBECCA JOHNSON, 11523.616, b. November 01, 1821, ,TN, USA; d. February 10, 1843, ,TX, Lamar Co., USA; m. ATLAS DODD, April 14, 1842, ,TX, Lamar Co., USA.
    118. vii. L
    AVINIA JOHNSON, 11523.617, b. November 26, 1823, ,TN; d. January 27, 1863, Lamar, TX.
    viii. M
    ARY ANN JOHNSON, 11523.618, b. December 14, 1827, ,TN, USA; d. June 1873, Delta, TX; m. JAMES W. STELL, January 24, 1850, ,TX, Lamar Co., USA; b. Abt. 1825.
    119. ix. M
    ARTHA ANN JOHNSON, 11523.619, b. February 28, 1830, Hardeman Co.,TN; d. November 16, 1908.
    120. x. M
    ARGARET JOHNSON, 11523.61X, b. May 11, 1832, Hardeman Co., TN; d. April 20, 1862, ,TX, Lamar Co., USA.
    xi. F
    RANCES JOHNSON, 11523.61A, b. March 19, 1834, Hardeman Co. ,TN, USA; d. May 12, 1902, Tulare Co., CA; m. THOMAS J. TOWERY, September 30, 1851, Lamar Co., TX; b. Abt. 1824.
    xii. S
    ON JOHNSON, 11523.61B.
    xiii. S
    ON JOHNSON, 11523.61C.
    xiv. L
    UCINDA C. JOHNSON, 11523.61D, b. July 22, 1817, ,USA; d. December 30, 1820, Overton, TN, USA; m. MAJOR DILAHANTY.
    xv. D
    AUGHTER JOHNSON, 11523.61E.

    62.
    LUCINDA7 CHISUM, 11523.63 (JAMES STEWART6, ELIJAH JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born January 16, 1800 in ,TN, Grainger Co., USA, and died October 31, 1837 in Lamar Co., TX.She married WILLIAM HILL, son of RICHARD HILL and REBECCA ROBINSON.He was born Abt. 1796 in Grainger Co., TN.
    Children of L
    UCINDA CHISUM and WILLIAM HILL are:
    121. i. R
    EBECCA8 HILL, 11523.631, b. February 14, 1819, Grainger Co., TN; d. July 1840.
    122. ii. J
    AMES HILL, b. April 21, 1821; d. September 20, 1840.
    iii. M
    ARGARET HILL, b. November 28, 1823; m. DAVID BROWN.
    iv. T
    HOMAS HILL, b. April 21, 1826.
    v. J
    OHN HILL, b. June 17, 1828; m. MANIZA (ALAMANIZA) HOLMES, July 21, 1853; b. February 26, 1831; d. April 12, 1908.

    63.
    REBECCA B.7 CHISUM (JAMES STEWART6, ELIJAH JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born January 31, 1802 in Claiborne Co., TN, and died January 21, 1880 in ,TN, Hardeman Co., USA.She married (1) JAMES HILL, son of RICHARD HILL and REBECCA ROBINSON.He died Abt. 1823.She married (2) WALTER N. ROBINSON June 17, 1824 in ,TN, Hardeman Co., USA, son of EDWARD ROBINSON and ANN MEADOR.He was born September 23, 1793 in VA, and died Bet. 1850 - 1857.
    More About R
    EBECCA B. CHISUM:
    Burial: Vernon Cem., TN, Hardeman Co., USA
    Children of R
    EBECCA CHISUM and JAMES HILL are:
    i. S
    ALLY8 HILL.
    ii. R
    ICHARD HILL.
    Children of R
    EBECCA CHISUM and WALTER ROBINSON are:
    iii. E
    DWARD8 ROBINSON, 11523.641, b. July 23, 1825; d. December 23, 1899; m. HELEN ELIZABETH VERNON, 11523.655, February 19, 1850; b. January 15, 1833; d. June 24, 1901.
    More About E
    DWARD ROBINSON, 11523.641:
    Burial: Vernon Cem. Hardeman Co., TN
    More About H
    ELEN ELIZABETH VERNON, 11523.655:
    Burial: Vernon Cemetery, Hardeman Co. TN
    123. iv. L
    UCINDA ROBINSON, 11523.642, b. August 06, 1828; d. 1882.
    124. v. J
    OHN C. ROBINSON, 11523.643, b. January 28, 1831; d. January 03, 1856.
    125. vi. M
    ARY ELIZABETH ROBINSON, 11523.644, b. September 22, 1832; d. July 02, 1897.
    vii. I
    RA ROBINSON, 11523.645, b. January 01, 1835.
    126. viii. S
    ARAH A. ROBINSON, 11523.646, b. January 21, 1837, TN; d. 1921.
    ix. J
    AMES ROBINSON, 11523.647, b. February 11, 1839; m. NANCY EPPS CHISUM VERNON, 11523.65X, Bet. 1859 - 1860; b. 1844.
    x. A
    NDREW JACKSON ROBINSON, 11523.648, b. August 07, 1841; m. WINNEFRED BRYAN.
    xi. M
    ARY ELLEN ROBINSON, 11523.649, b. December 02, 1843; m. JOHN T. HICKS, December 28, 1859.
    127. xii. R
    EBECCA LUCRETIA ROBINSON, 11523.64X, b. May 10, 1846, TN; d. May 12, 1900, ,TN, USA.

    64.
    CLAIBORNE C.7 CHISUM, 11523.62 (JAMES STEWART6, ELIJAH JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born June 22, 1797 in ,TN, Grainger Co., USA, and died October 24, 1857 in Paris, TX, Lamar Co., USA.He married (1) CYNTHIA HENDERSON, ( WIDOW LATIMER) in Lamar Co. TX000000.She was born January 23, 1815, and died March 04, 1877.He married (2) LUCINDA ARMSTRONG CHISUM October 12, 1820, daughter of JOHN CHISUM and MARY ARMSTRONG.She was born October 24, 1804 in ,TN, White Co., USA, and died October 31, 1837 in Paris, Lamar Co., TX.
    More About C
    LAIBORNE C. CHISUM, 11523.62:
    Burial: Chisum Cem. Paris TX
    More About L
    UCINDA ARMSTRONG CHISUM:
    Burial: Chisum Cem. Paris TX
    Children of C
    LAIBORNE CHISUM and CYNTHIA HENDERSON are:
    i. R
    OBERT8 CHISUM, 11523.628, b. Abt. 1842, TX; d. Bet. 1850 - 1857, TX.
    ii. L
    AURA CHISUM, 11523.629, b. Abt. 1843; d. Bet. 1850 - 1857.
    iii. M
    ARY SUSAN CHISUM, 11523.62X, b. Abt. 1844; d. 1859.
    128. iv. W
    ILLIAM CHARLES CLAIBORNE CHISUM, 11523.62A, b. October 30, 1849, Lamar Co.,TX; d. June 05, 1931.
    129. v. R
    OBERT CLAIBORNE CHISUM, 11523.62B, b. May 10, 1858; d. November 15, 1933.
    Children of C
    LAIBORNE CHISUM and LUCINDA CHISUM are:
    130. vi. N
    ANCY EPPS8 CHISUM, 11523.621, b. January 22, 1822, Hardeman Co., TN; d. October 05, 1868, Wolfe City, Hunt Co, Texas.
    vii. C
    OW JOHN JOHN SIMPSON CHISUM, 11523. 622, b. August 16, 1824, McMinn Co. TN; d. December 22, 1884, Eureka Springs, AR, USA.
    More About C
    OW JOHN JOHN SIMPSON CHISUM, 11523. 622:
    Burial: Chisum Cem. Paris, TX, USA
    131. viii. J
    AMES THOMAS CHISUM, 11523.623, b. September 25, 1827, Madison Co. TN; d. March 12, 1908, Artesia, EddyNM.
    ix. T
    HOMAS JEFFERSON CHISUM, 11523.624, b. 1829; d. Bet. 1862 - 1865.
    x. A
    LEXANDER CHISUM, 11523.625, b. Abt. 1833, ,TN, USA.
    132. xi. P
    ITSER MILLER CHISUM, 11523.626, b. February 28, 1834, Harde,am Co.,TN, USA; d. January 02, 1904, Paris, TX, Lamar Co., USA.
    xii. D
    ANIEL CHISUM, 11523.627, b. Abt. 1836, TN.

    65.
    NANCY EPPES7 CHISUM, 11523.65 (JAMES STEWART6, ELIJAH JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born February 04, 1804 in ,TN,Overton Co.., USA, and died October 05, 1844 in ,TN, Hardeman Co., USA.She married ROBERT HICKS VERNON Abt. 1823, son of THOMAS VERNON and NANCY HICKS.He was born October 31, 1799 in TN. Overton Co.., USA, and died August 01, 1871 in ,TN, Hardeman Co., TN.
    More About N
    ANCY EPPES CHISUM, 11523.65:
    Burial: Old Vernon Cem., TN, Hardeman Co., USA
    More About R
    OBERT HICKS VERNON:
    Burial: Old Vernon Cem.Hardeman Co, TN
    Children of N
    ANCY CHISUM and ROBERT VERNON are:
    133. i. T
    HOMAS GAINES8 VERNON, 11523.651, b. December 03, 1824, Hardeman Co. TN; d. August 22, 1864, Natchitoches Parish, LA.
    ii. M
    ILES HICKS VERNON, 11523.652, b. 1826.
    134. iii. R
    EV. JAMES CARROLL VERNON, DR., 11523.653, b. 1829; d. 1891, Gladewater, TX.
    135. iv. P
    RYOR LEE VERNON, 11523.654, b. January 03, 1830, TN; d. August 22, 1918.
    v. H
    ELEN ELIZABETH VERNON, 11523.655, b. January 15, 1833; d. June 24, 1901; m. EDWARD ROBINSON, 11523.641, February 19, 1850; b. July 23, 1825; d. December 23, 1899.
    More About H
    ELEN ELIZABETH VERNON, 11523.655:
    Burial: Vernon Cemetery, Hardeman Co. TN
    More About E
    DWARD ROBINSON, 11523.641:
    Burial: Vernon Cem. Hardeman Co., TN
    vi. E
    LLEN ADELINE VERNON, 11523.656, b. February 08, 1835; d. December 14, 1915; m. (1) ROBERT J. MCKISSICK; b. Abt. 1812, NC; m. (2) JAMES ARCHIBALD SUMNERS, February 24, 1852, Hardeman Co., TN; b. April 03, 1830; d. 1857.
    136. vii. J
    ULIA DEANE VERNON, 11523.657, b. 1837, Hardeman Co. TN.
    viii. A
    NDREW JACKSON VERNON, 11523.658, b. May 26, 1840; m. INDIA BRENT BLACKBURN.
    ix. E
    VANDER MCKIEVER VERNON, 11523.659, b. May 11, 1842; d. June 17, 1859.
    More About E
    VANDER MCKIEVER VERNON, 11523.659:
    Burial: Old Vernon Cem.Hardeman Co, TN
    x. N
    ANCY EPPS CHISUM VERNON, 11523.65X, b. 1844; m. JAMES ROBINSON, 11523.647, Bet. 1859 - 1860; b. February 11, 1839.

    66.
    THOMAS GIBBONS7 CHISUM, 11523.66 (JAMES STEWART6, ELIJAH JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born March 20, 1806 in ,TN, Claiborne Co., USA, and died February 27, 1855 in Rusk Co., TX.He married MALINDA/BELINDA CHISUM November 14, 1829 in Hardeman Co. TN, daughter of JOHN CHISUM and MARY ARMSTRONG.She was born February 14, 1814 in Hardeman Co. TN, and died Aft. 1890 in Rusk Co., TX.
    More About T
    HOMAS GIBBONS CHISUM, 11523.66:
    Burial: Mt.Moriah. Cem. Outside Kilgore, Gregg Co.,
    More About M
    ALINDA/BELINDA CHISUM:
    Burial: Kilgore, Gregg Co. TX Mt.Moriah.
    Children of T
    HOMAS CHISUM and MALINDA/BELINDA CHISUM are:
    i. C
    AROLINE8 CHISUM, 11523.661, b. December 20, 1830, ,TN, Hardeman Co., USA; d. February 18, 1914; m. JAMES C. HAYNES, March 11, 1849, Rusk Co., TX.
    137. ii. P
    ARILEE CHISUM, 11523.662, b. June 29, 1832, ,TN, Hardeman Co., USA.
    138. iii. T
    ALBERT FRANKLIN CHISUM, 11523.663, b. December 23, 1833, ,TN, Hardeman Co., USA; d. December 28, 1915, Rio Frio, TX, Real Co., USA.
    iv. W
    ILLIAM C. CHISUM, 11523.664, b. April 18, 1835, ,TN, Hardeman Co., USA; m. S. G. WILHELM, March 15, 1876, ,TX, Rusk Co., USA.
    v. A
    NDREW J. CHISUM, 11523.665, b. January 18, 1838, Paris, TX, Lamar Co., USA; m. A. L. LITTLE, MRS., November 01, 1868, ,TX, Nacogdoches Co., USA.
    139. vi. S
    ARAH (SIS) ELIZABETH CHISUM, 11523.666, b. March 09, 1840, ,TX, Lamar Co., USA; d. Abt. 1866.
    vii. M
    ARY ADALINE CHISUM, 11523,667, b. May 16, 1841, ,TX, Lamar Co., USA; m. W. A. BELL, December 03, 1868, ,TX, Rusk Co., USA.
    viii. P
    ASCHAL B. CHISUM, 11523.668, b. April 23, 1842, ,TX, Lamar Co., USA.
    140. ix. J
    OHN VARNIE CHISUM, 11523.669, b. January 30, 1849, ,TX, Rusk Co.., USA; d. September 04, 1898, Pearl, Coryell, Texas.
    141. x. L
    UCINDA CHISUM, 11523.66X, b. July 21, 1851, ,TX, Rusk Co., USA; d. May 06, 1936, Wallingbend, TX, Bosque Co., USA.
    xi. L
    AURA ANN CHISUM, 11523.66A, b. November 14, 1853, ,TX, Rusk/Gregg Co., USA; d. October 08, 1934, Gladewater, TX; m. JAMES M. PROTHERO, April 26, 1870, Rusk Co., TX; b. April 25, 1846, Chambers Co., AL; d. December 06, 1929, Upshur Co., TX.
    xii. S
    USAN CHISUM, 11523.66B, b. Abt. 1855, ,TX.
    xiii. M
    ACE KATE CHISUM, b. TX.

    67.
    LAVINIA7 CHISUM, 11523.67 (JAMES STEWART6, ELIJAH JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born February 10, 1808 in ,TN, Claiborne Co., USA, and died Aft. July 30, 1874.She married MAJ. ANDREW TURNER, MAJ. January 01, 1827 in ,TN, Hardeman, USA.He was born May 07, 1803 in Claiborne Co., TN, and died July 30, 1874.
    Children of L
    AVINIA CHISUM and ANDREW TURNER are:
    i. J
    OHN C.8 TURNER, 11523.671, b. Abt. 1832.
    142. ii. F
    RANCES TURNER, 11523.672, b. November 26, 1835; d. December 18, 1870.
    iii. L
    UCRETIA TURNER, 11523.673, b. Abt. 1838; m. H. M. PARKER.
    143. iv. N
    ANCY EVELINE TURNER, 11523.674, b. October 24, 1841, Hardeman Co., TN; d. February 03, 1882, Hardeman Co., TN.
    v. J
    AMES TURNER, 11524.675, b. Abt. 1844; d. 1862.
    vi. L
    ABAN D. TURNER, 11523.676, b. Abt. 1847; d. December 29, 1880; m. SALLIE ELIZABETH ROBINSON; b. Abt. 1847; d. July 26, 1880.
    vii. N
    OVELLINE TURNER, 11523.677, b. Abt. 1849.
    viii. M
    ARY A. TURNER, b. July 20, 1830; d. October 06, 1891; m. L. C. MOORE, October 18, 1848.
    More About M
    ARY A. TURNER:
    Burial: Moore Family Plot
    More About L
    . C. MOORE:
    Burial: Moore Family Plot
    ix.
    .

    68.
    ELIZABETH7 CHISUM, 11523.69 (JAMES STEWART6, ELIJAH JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born August 27, 1812 in ,TN, White Co., USA, and died March 06, 1893 in ,TN, Hardeman Co., USA.She married JONAS ROBINSON August 06, 1828 in Hardeman Co. TN, son of EDWARD ROBINSON and ANN MEADOR.He was born December 25, 1800 in TN, and died February 12, 1853 in Hardeman Co. TN.
    More About E
    LIZABETH CHISUM, 11523.69:
    Burial: Robinson Fam. Cm, TN, Hardeman Co., USA
    More About J
    ONAS ROBINSON:
    Burial: Robinson Cemetery TN, Hardeman Co., USA
    Record Change: September 09, 1998
    Children of E
    LIZABETH CHISUM and JONAS ROBINSON are:
    144. i. N
    ANCY ANNE8 ROBINSON, 11523.691, b. June 09, 1832, Hardeman Co., TN; d. November 16, 1897, Prairie Lea, Washington County, Texas.
    145. ii. L
    UCY JANE ROBINSON, 11523.692, b. June 09, 1832.
    iii. J
    AMES L. ROBINSON, 11523.693, b. January 18, 1835; m. ELIZABETH C.; b. January 14, 1842; d. March 30, 1860.
    iv. M
    ELISSA E. ROBINSON, 11523.694, b. March 31, 1837; d. February 13, 1845.
    v. J
    OHN W. ROBINSON, 11523.695, b. February 27, 1839; d. December 08, 1887.
    146. vi. D
    R. THOMAS J. ROBINSON, DR., 11523.696, b. December 04, 1841; d. January 15, 1905.
    vii. A
    LLEN EDWARD POLK ROBINSON, 11523.697, b. August 23, 1844; d. February 06, 1845.
    viii. W
    ILLIAM TISON ROBINSON, 11523.698, b. March 01, 1846; d. December 29, 1891.
    More About W
    ILLIAM TISON ROBINSON, 11523.698:
    Burial: Robinson Cemetery TN, Hardeman Co., USA
    147. ix. W
    ILEY FORTE ROBINSON, 11523.699, b. November 14, 1848; d. April 01, 1888.
    148. x. P
    ITSER MILLER ROBINSON, 11523.69X, b. November 14, 1848; d. July 28, 1904.

    69.
    JOHN GIBBONS7 CHISUM, 11523.6X (JAMES STEWART6, ELIJAH JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born December 14, 1818 in ,TN, White Co., USA, and died August 31, 1905 in ,TN, Tipton Co., USA.He married LOUISA JANE PIRTLE June 06, 1839 in Hardeman Co. TN, daughter of WILLIAM PIRTLE and ABIGAIL GREGORY.She was born July 16, 1818 in KY, and died September 18, 1899 in Toone, TN, USA.
    More About J
    OHN GIBBONS CHISUM, 11523.6X:
    Burial: Pirtle Cem., TN, Hardeman Co., USA
    More About L
    OUISA JANE PIRTLE:
    Burial: Pirtle Cem, TN, USA
    Children of J
    OHN CHISUM and LOUISA PIRTLE are:
    i. E
    LIZABETH8 CHISUM, 11523.6X1, b. June 09, 1840.
    ii. M
    ARY C. CHISUM, 11523.6X2, b. November 06, 1842; m. (1) UNKNOWN HARRIS; m. (2) UNKNOWN ALLISON.
    iii. J
    AMES S. CHISUM, 11523.6X3, b. July 16, 1843; m. CALLIE HENRY.
    149. iv. N
    ANCY E. CHISUM, 11523.6X4, b. November 19, 1844.
    150. v. W
    ILLIAM W. CHISUM, 11523.6X5, b. December 12, 1846, Hardeman Co., TN.
    vi. S
    ARAH F. CHISUM, 11523.6X6, b. September 16, 1848; m. JAMES WOOD.
    151. vii. R
    EBECCA E. CHISUM, 11523.6X7, b. August 18, 1851; d. February 11, 1886, Hardeman Co., TN.
    viii. P
    RICILLA J. CHISUM, 11523.6X8, b. January 30, 1853.
    ix. J
    OHN GIBBONS CHISUM, 11523.6X9, b. February 27, 1856; d. Abt. 1932, Blythville, TN.
    x. M
    ARTHA ALMER CHISUM, 11523.6XX, b. June 08, 1857; d. Bef. 1870, ,TN, USA.
    More About M
    ARTHA ALMER CHISUM, 11523.6XX:
    Burial: Pirtle Cem, TN
    xi. H
    ONORA "NORA" CHISUM, 11523.6XA, b. March 19, 1859, Hardeman Co., TN; m. R. W. HENSLEY.

    70.
    WILLIAM C.7 CHISUM (JOHN6, ELIJAH JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born 1799 in Jack Co. TX.He married NANCY.
    Children of W
    ILLIAM CHISUM and NANCY are:
    i. V
    ANRANSALER8 CHISUM.
    ii. E
    DMOND CHISUM.
    iii. P
    . G. CHISUM.
    iv. W
    ILLIAM CHISUM.

    71.
    LUCINDA ARMSTRONG7 CHISUM (JOHN6, ELIJAH JAMES5, JOHN4, JOHN3, JAMES2 CHEASM/CHISUM, RICHARD1 CHEESOME/CHISHOLM) was born October 24, 1804 in ,TN, White Co., USA, and died October 31, 1837 in Paris, Lamar Co., TX.She married CLAIBORNE C. CHISUM, 11523.62 October 12, 1820, son of JAMES CHISUM and ELIZABETH GIBBONS.He was born June 22, 1797 in ,TN, Grainger Co., USA, and died October 24, 1857 in Paris, TX, Lamar Co., USA.
    More About L
    UCINDA ARMSTRONG CHISUM:
    Burial: Chisum Cem. Paris TX
    More About C
    LAIBORNE C. CHISU

    Richard married Margaret Isham 0___ 1645, (Lancaster County) Virginia. Margaret (daughter of Roger Isham, The Immigrant and Grace Maddison) was born 0___ 1620, Lancaster, Lancaster County, Virginia; died 0___ 1659, (Lancaster County) Virginia. [Group Sheet]


  2. 65.  Margaret Isham was born 0___ 1620, Lancaster, Lancaster County, Virginia (daughter of Roger Isham, The Immigrant and Grace Maddison); died 0___ 1659, (Lancaster County) Virginia.
    Children:
    1. 32. James Chisam was born 0___ 1657, New Kent County, Virginia; died 0___ 1698, St. Mary's City, Province of Maryland.

  3. 66.  John Carter, The Immigrant was born ~ 1622, London, Middlesex, England (son of William Anscell Carter, The Immigrant and Jane Myles); died 10 Jun 1669, Corotoman, Lancaster County, Virginia; was buried Lancaster County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Birth: 0___ 1613
    • Birth: 0___ 1619, London, Middlesex, England
    • Immigration: 0___ 1635, Lancaster County, Virginia
    • Death: 0___ 1689, Lancaster County, Virginia

    Notes:

    Col. John Carter immigrated in 1635 to Lancaster Co., VA. He was a member of the House of Burgesses at Virginia. He was a member of Council at Virginia. He resided at 'Corotoman', Lancaster Co., VA.

    He married Jane Glyn, daughter of Morgan Glyn; 1st wife. He married Eleanor Eltonhead, daughter of Richard Eltonhead and Ann Sutton; 2nd wife. He married Anne Carter, daughter of Cleave Carter; 3rd wife. He married Elizabeth Sherley in 1668; 5th wife.

    He died on 10 Jun 1669 at 'Corotoman', Lancaster Co., VA. He was buried at Christ Church, Lancaster Co., VA.

    John Carter I, the patriarch of the Carter family of Virginia, purchased and settled Corotoman between 1652 and 1653.[2] Carter developed and improved the lands into a plantation and constructed the first structures on the property before his death in 1669.[2] Carter's mansion, known as the "Old House", was built in the traditional 17th century hall-parlor plan with a porch chamber

    Buried:
    in the cemetery at Christ Church...

    John married Sarah Ludlow 0___ 1662, Corotoman, Lancaster County, Virginia. Sarah (daughter of Gabriel Ludlow and Phyllis Wakelyn) was born 0___ 1635, Maiden Bradley Parish, Wiltshire, England; died 0___ 1668, Corotoman, Lancaster County, Virginia. [Group Sheet]


  4. 67.  Sarah Ludlow was born 0___ 1635, Maiden Bradley Parish, Wiltshire, England (daughter of Gabriel Ludlow and Phyllis Wakelyn); died 0___ 1668, Corotoman, Lancaster County, Virginia.

    Notes:

    Generation Eight 8. Sarah Ludlow (Gabriel7, Thomas6, George5, William4Ludlowe, John3, John2, William1); b. circa 1635; m. Col. John Carter ; 4th wife; d. circa 1668 at Lancaster Co., VA.

    Children:
    1. 33. Anne Carter was born 0___ 1661, Bedfordshire, England.

  5. 68.  Thomas Bradley, II, D. D. was born 0___ 1594, Pontefract, West Riding, Yorkshire, England; died 0___ 1636, (Yorkshire) England.

    Other Events:

    • Graduation:
    • Occupation: prebend of York
    • Occupation: Rector at Castleford, Yorkshire, England
    • Occupation: rector of Ackworth (west Yorkshire)

    Notes:

    Though Dr. Bradley's father was seated in Berkshire, his grandfather was a Yorkshireman who served in Henry VIII's army on the Boulogne expedition (per the pedigree of the family in Dugdale's 1665 Visitation). It was no doubt Dr. Bradley's office as chaplain to the King that warranted him a marriage in 1631 (the year after her father's death) to Frances, youngest daughter of John Savile, 1st Baron of Pomfret (Pontefract).

    Birth:
    Pontefract is a historic market town in West Yorkshire, England, near the A1 .... In Elizabethan times the castle, and Pontefract itself, was referred to as "Pomfret".

    Graduation:
    with a Doctor of Divinity (D.D.)

    Occupation:
    1. a stipend allotted from the revenues of a cathedral or a collegiate church to a canon or member of the chapter.
    2. the land yielding such a stipend.
    3. a prebendary.

    Occupation:
    a member of the clergy in charge of a parish in the Protestant Episcopal Church.

    Thomas married Frances Savile 0___ 1631, (Yorkshire, England). Frances (daughter of John Savile, Knight, 1st Baron Savile of Pontefract and Elizabeth Cary) was born 0___ 1604, Pontefract, Yorkshire, England; died 30 Jan 1663, Pontefract, Yorkshire, England. [Group Sheet]


  6. 69.  Frances Savile was born 0___ 1604, Pontefract, Yorkshire, England (daughter of John Savile, Knight, 1st Baron Savile of Pontefract and Elizabeth Cary); died 30 Jan 1663, Pontefract, Yorkshire, England.

    Notes:

    Frances Savile
    Birthdate: 1604
    Birthplace: Pomfert,,Yorkshire,England
    Death: Died January 30, 1663 in Pomfert,,Yorkshire,England

    Immediate Family:

    Daughter of John Savile, 1st Baron Savile of Pontefract and Elizabeth Carey

    Wife of Thomas Bradley, II

    Mother of Saville X. Bradley; Francis Bradley; Barbars Bradley; John Bradley and Thomas Johannes Bradley, III
    Sister of Thomas Saville and Anne Legh (Savile)

    Managed by: Gloria Jean Tate
    Last Updated: December 7, 2014

    *

    Children:
    1. 34. Thomas Bradley, III, The Immigrant was born 0___ 1633, Pontefract, West Riding, Yorkshire, England; died 0___ 1665, Virginia, British Colonies of North America.

  7. 72.  John Girlington, Knight was born 19 Jul 1613, Kirkby, Lancashire, England (son of Nicholas Girlington and Jane Lambert); died 0___ 1644, Melton Mobray, Leicestershire, England.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: 6 Jun 1642; Sheriff of Lancashire

    Notes:

    Sir John Girlington b: July 19, 1613 at Kirkby, Malham, Yorkshire, d: 1644 in Melton Mobray, England +Katherine Girlington (his 5th cousin, daughter of William Girlington) b: 1617 in Southcave, Yorkshire Made knight, major general, and sheriff of Lancashire by Charles I on the 6th of June, 1642. Killed in the King's Service at Melton Mobray.

    While in the King's Service at Melton Mobray, he was shot in the foot.

    He developed gangrene and died soon afterwards in Marston Moor.

    He became heir to the family fortunes after the death of his brother Josias in youth.

    Like all his predecessors, he was a Roman Catholic and therefore a staunch supporter of Charles I in the English Civil War.

    *

    Sir John Girlington, b: 1560, was Lord of Hackforth and Hutton Longvillers in Richmondshire. He exchanged the manor of Hutton Longvillers with Francis Tunstall of Wycliffe in Lancashire for the castle and manor of Thurland and the manor and advows on of the Church of Tunstall in 1605. He died in Thurland Castle on 28 Feb.1613. Before his death, he conveyed the Manor of Hackforth to his brother Thomas.

    Sir John Girlington (son of Nicholas)b: July 19, 1613 at Kirkby, Malham, Yorkshire, d: March 1645 in Melton Mobray, England +Katherine Girlington (his 5th cousin - daughter of William Girlington) b: 1617 in Southcave, Yorkshire. Made knight, major general, and sheriff of Lancshire by Charles I on the 6th of June, 1642. Killed in the King's Service at Melton Mowbray (may have actually died a few weeks later due to gange green from a musket ball in his foot). He became heir to the family fortunes after the death of his brother Josias in youth. Like all his predecessors, he was a Roman Catholic; therefore a staunch supporter of Charles I during the English Civil War. After a seven week siege on the castle, he surrendered Thurland Castle to the Protestant Parlimentary forces who backed the Cromwell lead Civil War / Revolt - approximately in 1644.

    John married Katherine Girlington 0___ 1633, (Lancashire) England. Katherine was born 0___ 1617, South Cave, Yorkshire, England; died 0___ 1708, (Yorkshire) England. [Group Sheet]


  8. 73.  Katherine Girlington was born 0___ 1617, South Cave, Yorkshire, England; died 0___ 1708, (Yorkshire) England.

    Notes:

    daughter of William Girlington

    Children:
    1. Anne Girlington was born 0___ 1636, Thurland Castle, Tunstall, Lancashire, England; died 0___ 1706, (Lancashire, England).
    2. 36. John Girlington was born 9 Jul 1637, Thurland Castle, Tunstall, Lancashire, England; died 19 Sep 1706, Hornby Castle, Hornby, Lancaster LA2 8LA, UK; was buried St. Margaret's Church, Hornby, Lancashire, England.
    3. William Girlington was born 0___ 1641, Thurland Castle, Tunstall, Lancashire, England.

  9. 76.  John Echols, I was born ~ 1619, Gravesend, Kent, England; died 0___ 1680, Hampton City, Virginia, Colony of the British Empire.

    Other Events:

    • Possessions: New Kent County, Virginia, Colony of the British Empire
    • Also Known As: John "Echolls", "Echols", "Eckols", "Eckolls", "Eccles", "Eckholls", "Axol"

    Notes:

    About John Echols, I
    ID: I8759

    Name: John ECHOLS OR EXOLL

    Surname: Echols or Exoll

    Given Name: John

    Sex: M

    Birth: 1619 in Grovesend, Kent, England

    Death: 1680 in Old Point Comfort, Virginia, USA

    Ancestral File #: 11K6-S8G

    Note:

    Notes from http://www.virginians.com/redirect.htm?topics&838

    John Exoll of King William County

    The most likely candidate for John?s father is one John Exoll. John Axoll and Anthony Haines had secured with a patent for 600 acres in New Kent County in July 1658. In October 1658 a patent to Robert Jones for land on the north side of the Mattaponi River in what was then New Kent County mentioned land of John Exoll. A patent to Richard Harrison for land next to John Exoll?s swamp included William Exoll as a headright in 1664. Exol Swamp, which is on present-day maps of King and Queen County, is about 15 from where John Echols later settled. John Pigg whose descendants were in Southside Virginia near the Echolls held neighboring land.

    2

    Change Date: 23 Apr 2008 at 15:50:50

    Marriage 1 Mrs John ECHOLS b: 1622 in Grovesend, Kent, England

    Married: 1642

    Sealing Spouse: 8 Apr 2003 in JRIVE

    Children

    John ECHOLS Sr. b: 17 Feb 1650 in Wilmslow,Cheshire,England
    Sources:

    Repository:

    Name: Family History Library

    Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA

    Title: Ordinance Index (TM)

    Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

    Repository:

    Name: Family History Library

    Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA

    Title: Ancestral File (R)

    Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

    Publication: Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998

    end

    Died:
    Hampton City, Virginia

    View its map, photos and history ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hampton,_Virginia

    John — Mary Eleanore LNU. Mary was born (England); died (Hampton City, Virginia). [Group Sheet]


  10. 77.  Mary Eleanore LNU was born (England); died (Hampton City, Virginia).

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Sarah Hubbard

    Children:
    1. 38. John Echols, II, The Immigrant was born 17 Feb 1650, (Lunenburg County) Virginia; died 12 Dec 1712, Lunenburg County, Virginia.

  11. 78.  John Cave was born 6 Feb 1644, Misterton, Leicestershire, England (son of Samuel Cave, I and Rachel Kellogg); died 8 Apr 1721, Stafford County, Virginia, British Colonies in America.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Wine Importer
    • Alt Birth: 0___ 1635, Caldecott, Rutland, England
    • Alt Birth: 0___ 1637, Pickwell, Leicestershire, England
    • Alt Death: 11 Sep 1717, (Marlboro) Virginia, British Colonies in America

    Notes:

    Mary Cave's Mother:

    Elizabeth ANDREWS
    Birth Feb 1642 in Panborough, Somerset, England
    Death 1671 in Stafford County, Virginia, USA

    Mary Cave's Father:

    John CAVE Sr

    Birth 6 Feb 1644 in Misterton, Leicestershire, England
    Death 8 Apr 1721 in Stafford County, Virginia, USA

    John Cave was born 1644 in England, the son of Samuel Cave and Rachel Kellogg.

    He was an importer of fine wines. He owned land in Stafford County.

    He married 1st Elizabeth Andrews, daughter of George Andrews and had issue: Mary, John, William and David.

    He married 2nd Elizabeth Travers, no children from this union.

    John Cave and his son-in-law John Echols, sponsored settlers to come to Virginia by paying their transportation for which they received headrights for fifty acres.

    [A headright is a legal grant of land to settlers. Headrights are most notable for their role in the expansion of the thirteen British colonies in North America; the Virginia Company of London gave headrights to settlers, and the Plymouth Company followed suit. The headright system was used in several colonies, including Maryland, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Most headrights were for 1 to 1,000 acres (4.0 km2) of land, and were given to anyone willing to cross the Atlantic Ocean and help populate the colonies. Headrights were granted to anyone who would pay for the transportation costs of a laborer or indentured servant. These land grants consisted of 50 acres (200,000 m2) for someone newly moving to the area and 100 acres (0.40 km2) for people previously living in the area. By giving the land to the landowning masters the indentured servants had little or no chance to procure their own land. This kept many colonials poor and led to strife between the poor servants and wealthy landowners.]

    Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Headright

    *

    September 2nd, 2016:

    Comments (John Cave b. 6 Feb 1644 Misterton, Leicestershire, England d. 8 Apr 1721 Stafford County, Virginia, British Colonies in America): John Cave I believe is my 7th Great Grand farther and am trying to find the truth as to a few question's.

    1.Was John married twice ?

    Does John's family consist of any of the following. Benjamin Cave Sr. 1703, Benjamin Cave Jr. 1735, William & Mary Cave 1777 and John Smith Cave 1801 (?)

    It seems there is a lot of mislead information on this. Can you shed some truth light in this matter.

    I would like to finish my family history while my health is still fairley good.

    Thanks in advance on any information you can send me.

    Dennis Cave

    cavedl2511@gmail.com

    Alt Birth:
    Map of Caldecott... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caldecott,_Rutland

    John — Elizabeth Andrews. Elizabeth (daughter of George Andrews and unnamed spouse) was born 0Feb 1642, Panborough, Somerset, England; died 0___ 1671, Stafford County, Virginia, British Colonies in America. [Group Sheet]


  12. 79.  Elizabeth Andrews was born 0Feb 1642, Panborough, Somerset, England (daughter of George Andrews and unnamed spouse); died 0___ 1671, Stafford County, Virginia, British Colonies in America.
    Children:
    1. 39. Mary Cave was born 5 Jul 1661, Misterton, Leicestershire, England; died Aft 1712, Caroline County, Virginia, British Colonies of North America.
    2. John Cave
    3. William Cave
    4. David Cave

  13. 80.  Robert Estes was born 0___ 1555, Fordwich, Nonington, Kent, England (son of Sylvester Estes and Joan LNU); died 0___ 1616, Fordwich, Nonington, Kent, England; was buried St. Nicholas Church, Ringwould Cemetery, Ringwould, Kent, England.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Mariner
    • Also Known As: Robert Eastes
    • Also Known As: Robert Eastye

    Notes:

    Roberta J. Estes, DNA Genealogist presents a beautifully written history of Robert Eastes(1555-1616) published July 27, 2014, entitled, "Robert Eastes (1555-1616), Householder in Ringwould, 52 Ancestors #30"

    View her commentary with photos:

    http://dna-explained.com/2014/07/27/robert-eastes-1555-1616-householder-in-ringwould-52-ancestors-30/

    end

    The Estes Family of England and Virginia

    Website: http://www.angelfire.com/pe/shirleyspage/estes.html

    This monograph is written by Shirley Jean

    The Estes are one of the great pioneer families of the United States. Numbered in their thousands they are are to be found in most parts of the country and a selection of their life histories would amply illustrate the history of America. They are to be found in the annals of the American Revolution, the expansion westwards and the Civil War and are representative of the whole social fabric from log cabin to Whitehouse! Though not among the great politicil families they produced a vice-presidential:candidate in Senator Estes Kefauver and a son-in-law on the bench to President Harrison, and they produced their own brand of tycoon in Billie Sol Estes. They were trail blazers, slave-owners and freers, Quakers. Episcopalians, Presbyterians and Baptists. They drowned in frozen rivers and were captured by Indians as children. They fought on both sides in the Civil War and nursed their dying countrymen in that conflict. Their traditional Biblical names shared place with those of George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson and their family name, which is hardly known elsewhere, has become very much an American surname.

    While it is known that the ancestors of the American Estes came from Kent in England and while there is a strong belief that the family was ultimately of Italian origin, very little has been written about the English ancestors and the English branches of the family. Indeed, a great deal of speculation and incorrect information has been circulated over the last hundred years, both in America and England. Largely due to the researches of an English genealogist employed by Charles Estes. The American families have been exposed to the belief that they descend from a family named Este which, in turn, descended from the Marquis Francesco d'Este of Burgundy who settled in England after the death of his friend and patron Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. The story has some credibility in that Francesco, a trained diplomat, may well have been in the service of the Duchess, widow of Charles, who was an English princess and known to be sympathetic to the English pretender Lambert Simnel who claimed to be her nephew. Nevertheless it seems strange that no record of Francesco appears to survive in the English State Papers.

    The English Estes, most branches of which had adopted the Eastes spelling by the mid-eighteenth century, perpetuated another variant of this story though they had Francesco's descendants remaining in Europe where some of them became Protestant-. a,-id fled to England to escape persecution. In garbled form of this story was given false authority by another English professional genealogist in the mid-nineteenth century who stated that two brothers, sons of the Baron d'Este, a descendant of the Marquis d'Este, were Huguenots and fled to England after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes. As the families of the two brothers can be traced back much earlier in Kent the story only makes sense if those who fled to England did so in the mid-sixteenth century when hundreds of Walloon and Fleming refugees fled from the Spanish Netherlands (the former Duchy of Burgundy) to escape the Inquisition. It makes even greater sense when we recall that the Flemings and Walloons were commonly referred to as Huguenots in later times.

    What we know of the English Estes is pieced together from a thorough examination of the parish registers and bishops transcripts available for Acrise, Ashford, Bucldand, Canterbury, Deal, Dover, Elnam, Folkestone, Guston, Hythe, London, Lydden, Margate, Nonington, Northbourne, Ringwould, Ripple, Rotherhithe, St Margarets at Cliff, Sandwich, Sholden, Waldershare, Walmer, West Langdon, Wingham and Wooton. The greatest linking was only achieved in recent years by an experienced English researcher, Donald Bowler, but other researchers have contributed in fitting the genealogical jigsaw together.

    Robert of Ringwould married Ann Woodward at Sholden on 2 December 1591. He probably died about 1616. His widow Annie's will, dated 21 April 1630, was probated 9 June 1630 and gives certainty to the next generation. Their children were as follows:

    1. Matthew, bapt. Sholden 11 June 1592
    2. Sylvester,, bapt. Ringwould 26 September 1596
    3. Alice, bapt. 26 March 1597, married at Ringwould, 28 October 1628 Thomas Beane
    4. Matthew, born 1601, married at Deal 23 November 1620 Margaret Johnson and buried Deal 4 June 1621
    5. Robert, bapt. Ring-would 29 May 1603
    6. Thornas, bapt. Ring-would 2 June 1605 Susan, bapt. Ringwould 30 October 1608
    8. John, bapt. Ringwould 3 March 1610
    9. ?, an infant who died in 1616

    end

    Robert Eastes, a mariner,[1,18] born 1555 at Deal.[1,2,8] Died
    c.1616 at Ringwould, Kent.[1,2] Married Anne Woodward, 2/12/1591 at
    Sholden, Kent.[1,2,4,9,18] Anne was born about 1574,[5] made a will
    21/4/1630 which was probated 9/6/1630,[4] and was buried 18/5/1630
    at Ringwould.[1,2] Robert and Anne spent the first few years of
    their married life at Sholden, moving to Ringwould about 1595.[3]

    Children of Robert Eastes and Anne Woodward:

    i. Matthew Eastes, baptised 11/6/1592 at Sholden, Kent.[4,8] Died as an infant.

    ii. Sylvester Eastes, baptised 26/9/1596 at Ringwould, Kent.[1,2,4,8,10,18]

    iii. Alice Eastes, baptised 26/3/1597 at Ringwould, Kent.[4,11] Married Thomas Beane, 28/10/1628 at Ringwould, Kent[4,12]
    Children: Christopher (1628), Richard (1632) of St Mary the Virgin, Dover, Kent, Mary (1636) of Great Mongeham, Kent, Sarah (1638) of Westminster, London, Judith (1642) and Thomas (1643) of All Hallows Staining, London.[12]

    iv. Matthew Eastes, mariner,[19] born 1601, Ringwould, Kent.[4,8,13] Died 1621, buried 4/6/1621, St Leonards, Deal, Kent.[4,19] Married Margaret Johnson, 23/11/1620, Deal, Kent.[4,20] Margaret died 1622 and was buried 15/10/1622, St Leonards, Deal, Kent.[19]
    Children: Martha (1621) of Deal, Kent, and William (1621-1687) of Ringwould, Kent.[7]

    v. Robert Eastes, baptised 29/5/1603, Ringwould, Kent.[4,14,16] Married Dorothy Wilson, 31/1/1634, Ringwould, Kent.[4,12,16]
    Children: Robert (1635), Thomas (1636), Sylvester (1638), Sarah (1640),[4,6,7,12] infant (1643) of Ringwould, Kent,[4] Matthew (1645-1723) and Richard (1647-1737), both born at Dover, Kent and died in the USA.[4,12]

    vi. Thomas Eastes, baptised 2/6/1605 at Ringwould, Kent.[4,8,15] Died 1671, at Ringwould, Kent.[6,7] Married Joan Wilson, 21/11/1636, at Ringwould, Kent.[4,12] Joan died 1672, at Walmer, Kent.[7]
    Children: John (1642), John (1645), Joan (1645) and Robert (1647) of Ringwould, Kent.[6]

    vii. Susan Eastes, baptised 30/10/1608 at Ringwould, Kent.[4,16]

    viii. John Eastes, baptised 3/3/1610 at Ringwould, Kent.[4,8,17] Spent the latter years of his life in poverty, living on parish assistance.[1] Died 1684, at Ripple, Kent.[7] Married unknown.
    Children: John (1642) of Eastry, Kent.[7]

    ix. male Eastes, born 1616 at Ringwould, Kent.[4] Died at birth.[4,8]

    end

    Birth:
    Map & History of Fordwich ...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fordwich

    Robert married Anne Woodward 2 Dec 1591, Sholden, Kent, England. Anne was born 13 Apr 1572, Sholden, Kent, England; died 17 May 1630, Ringwould, Kent, England; was buried 18 May 1630, St. Nicholas Church, Ringwould Cemetery, Ringwould, Kent, England. [Group Sheet]


  14. 81.  Anne Woodward was born 13 Apr 1572, Sholden, Kent, England; died 17 May 1630, Ringwould, Kent, England; was buried 18 May 1630, St. Nicholas Church, Ringwould Cemetery, Ringwould, Kent, England.

    Other Events:

    • Will: 4 Apr 1630, Ringwould, Kent, England
    • Probate: 6 Jun 1630, Ringwould, Kent, England

    Notes:

    Anne Woodward Estes, the Mariner’s Widow, 52 Ancestors #16
    Posted on April 18, 2014

    Anne or Ann Woodward married Robert Estes, a mariner, in St. Nicholas Church in Sholden on December 2, 1591, a Monday. Given when she married and her age when she last bore children, she would have been born around 1573 or so.

    We don’t know a lot about Anne, we don’t know who here parents were and we know nothing of her early life, before she married. We do know that the Woodward family would have been members of the St. Nicholas of Sholden church at that time, and that if her marriage record exists, surely other church records exist as well. Her parents and perhaps her birth are surely recorded here.

    St Nicholas Sholden

    St. Nicholas was constructed in the 1200s and portions of the original church remain. It is located on the original Sandwich/Deal road which passed right through what is now the graveyard with the doorway being on the north side of the church, now enclosed. The present road was constructed in 1795, so after Anne was long buried in Ringwould.

    This church was heavily damaged during WWII, in April 1941, but in the nave, some of the original components still remain, believed to date from 1070-1120. The church was not reopened until 1947 when repairs were complete. The bell tower and north isle were added in 13th and 14th centuries when the church was only a few hundred years old.

    Here is the Shoulden church in 1918 before it was damaged in WWII, but it is surely more beautiful today.

    St Nicholas Sholden 1918

    St Nicholas Sholden door

    The bride would have come in from the rear of the church, through these doors, and would have walked down this aisle, unless she entered from the now converted original porch, shown below. This porch would be a remnant of the time when the road passed through the churchyard on this side of the church. Today, this is the “back” but at one time, it was the front.

    St Nicholas Sholden original porch

    She would have proceeded to the nave, where she and Robert would have been married, hopefully on a bright sunny day like the day was when we visited in September 2013.

    The first child born to Robert and Anne Woodward Estes was born and baptized in Shoulden, but in 1595, they moved down the road a few miles to Ringwould where they would become members of St. Nicholas church there, and where they would live the rest of their lives. There are no Woodward records in that church, so Sholden was definitely the home church of the Woodward family.

    The baptismal font in which Anne’s first child was baptized still exists today. The basin and stem are 14th and 15th century, respectively.

    St Nicholas Sholden bapistry crop

    1. Matthew Eastes, baptized 11 June 1592 at Sholden, Kent, died as an infant.

    2. Sylvester Eastes, baptized 26 September 1596 at Ringwould, Kent;

    3. Alice Eastes, baptized 26 March 1597 at Ringwould, married Thomas Beane, 28 October 1628 at Ringwould. They had children Christopher (1628); Richard (1632) of St. Mary the Virgin, Dover, Kent; Mary (1636) of Great Mongeham, Kent; Sarah (1638) of Westminster, London; Judith (1642); and, Thomas (1643) of All Hallows Staining, London. The bolded entries reflect possibilities for mitochondrial DNA testing of descendants.

    4. Matthew Eastes, mariner, born 1601, Ringwould, Kent, died 1621, buried 4 June 1621, St Leonard’s, Deal, Kent, he married Margaret Johnson, 23 November 1620, Deal, Kent. Margaret died and was buried 15 October 1622, St Leonard’s, Deal, Kent. Children: Martha (1621) of Deal, Kent, and William (1621-1687) of Ringwould, Kent.

    5. Robert Eastes, Jr. was baptized 29 May 1603, Ringwould, Kent, he married Dorothy Wilson, 31 January 1634, Ringwould, Kent. Children: Robert (1635), Thomas (1636), Sylvester (1638), Sarah (1640), infant (1643) of Ringwould, Kent, Matthew (1645-1723) and Richard (1647-1737), both born at Dover, Kent and died in America. This is the “Northern Estes” line that settled in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

    6. Thomas Eastes, baptized 2 June 1605 at Ringwould, Kent, died in 1671, at Ringwould, Kent, he married Joan Wilson, 21 November 1636, at Ringwould, Kent.

    7. Susan Eastes, baptized 30 October 1608 at Ringwould, Kent.

    8. John Eastes, baptized 3 March 1610 at Ringwould, Kent, he spent the latter years of his life in poverty, living on parish assistance. John died in 1684, at Ripple, Kent.

    9. (Male) Eastes, born in 1616 at Ringwould, Kent, died at birth.

    ISt Nicholas Sholden interior

    The church is beautiful, inside and out.

    St Nicholas Sholden cemetery

    Since we don’t know who Anne’s parents were, but we do know that this was her home church, I surely have to wonder if they are buried in this very hallowed ground. They must surely be here. Perhaps her grandparents too, and siblings. Even after Anne and Robert Estes moved, Anne was surely back in this church regularly throughout her lifetime.

    The church records at St. Nicholas of Ringwould tell us about her children’s baptisms, beginning in 1596. She had additional children in 1598, 1605, 1608 and in 1610 according to church records, and then 1616 happened. It was a terrible year for the Estes family, and for Anne in particular. She and Robert had been married for 25 years. They had several children at home ages, 6 through 20. Anne was pregnant again, expecting her last child, given that she was about 43 years of age. But then tragedy struck. On November 4th, Robert Eustace, householder, was buried. And then 3 days before Christmas, a baby girl was born, and died, before she could be baptized.

    Anne was left with 5 children and no husband. Fortunately, her eldest 2 children were males. That’s probably all that saved her. Five years later, her son, Matthew, a mariner, age 20, would die as well, followed by his wife a year later. Who raised their baby? Did Anne take that child to raise as well?

    Nov. 4, 1616 – Robert Eustace, householder buried

    Dec. 22, 1616 – daughter of Robert Eustace, not baptized, buried

    St Nicholas Ringwould entrance

    In 1625, Anne’s children began to marry in this church.

    Her son Sylvester Estes was the first, marrying Ellen Martin. That must have been a joyful day, and the next year would welcome Ellen’s first child into the world, baptized there as well, from the same baptismal font in which Anne’s own children had been baptized.

    St Nicholas Ringwould bapistry

    More grandchildren arrived and in 1628, her daughter was married as well.

    And then there is this solemn entry for Anne’s own death in 1630.

    May 18, 1630 – Anne Esties, widdowe, buried

    Anne must have been ill, because she made a will on April 4, 1630. It was probated June 9, 1630. Estes researcher Don Bowler found it years ago, but when it was requested from the UK National Archives, they reported that it doesn’t exist. Perhaps Estes was spelled in some odd way.

    Anne, Robert and their daughter born in 1616 are all buried in the churchyard at St. Nicholas of Ringwould. Their son Matthew who died in 1621 may be buried here too, assuming he didn’t drown. That could have been Robert’s fate as well. Both men were mariners.

    St Nicholas Ringwould cemetery

    Perhaps they are buried someplace near this centuries old yew that stands silent sentry over generations of Estes descendants of Robert, the mariner, who died in 1616 and Anne, his wife who died in 1630. This yew would have seen their burials.

    St Nicholas Ringwould yew

    There is a Woodward DNA project, but there doesn’t seem to be anyone who has tested that can track their lines back to Kent. I’ll gladly offer a scholarship to any Woodward male from this Kent line. I would also be very interested in obtaining the transcribed church records from Sholden in Deal in order to determine the parents of Anne Woodard.

    I would also love to offer a scholarship for mitochondrial DNA testing for anyone who descends from Anne through all females to the current generation. If we can determine her parents and siblings, she may also have sisters who may have eligible descendants today. Alice had 2 daughter, but nothing is known of Susan aside from her baptism record. Alice is the only female to survive long enough to marry and reproduce. Alice had 3 daughter, Mary, Sarah and Judith born in 1636, 1638 and 1642. We know nothing about what happened to these daughters. Maybe they are lurking in your tree???

    end

    Birth:
    Sholden Map... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sholden

    Will:
    Map & History of Ringwould... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ringwould

    Probate:
    Map & History of Ringwould... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ringwould

    Died:
    Map & History of Ringwould... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ringwould

    Notes:

    Married:
    at St. Nicholas Church

    Map & History of Sholden... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sholden

    Children:
    1. 40. Sylvester Estes was born 0___ 1596, Ringwould, Kent, England; was christened 26 Sep 1596, Ringwould, Kent, England; died 16 Jan 1691, Ringwould, Kent, England; was buried St. Nicholas Church, Ringwould Cemetery, Ringwould, Kent, England.


Generation: 8

  1. 130.  Roger Isham, The Immigrant was born 0___ 1590, England; died 0___ 1652, New Kent County, Virginia.

    Roger married Grace Maddison 0___ 1623, New Kent County, Virginia. Grace was born Abt 1600, England; died 0___ 1692, New Kent County, Virginia. [Group Sheet]


  2. 131.  Grace Maddison was born Abt 1600, England; died 0___ 1692, New Kent County, Virginia.
    Children:
    1. 65. Margaret Isham was born 0___ 1620, Lancaster, Lancaster County, Virginia; died 0___ 1659, (Lancaster County) Virginia.

  3. 132.  William Anscell Carter, The Immigrant was born 28 Oct 1591, Kempston, Bedfordshire, England (son of William Carter and Mary Anscell); died 0___ 1634, Lancaster County, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Grocer
    • Also Known As: Anscell Carter

    Notes:

    Ancell Carter Alternate spelling: Ansyll (or William Ancell)

    Origin
    An "Ancell Carter," son of William Carter, was baptized in Kempston, Bedfordshire, England and October 28, 1591.[1]
    Ancell was born October 28, 1591 at Kempston, Bedfordshire, England.[2][3] He was a son of William Carter and Mary Anscell , "of Kimpson who settled in London."[2] His was a family of good standing, educated and influential. This is borne out by his son's acceptance in the best society in Virginia.[2]
    Note: the Mourning Carter Walker Family Bible used the name "William Ancell Carter." This would seem to be the same person listed by Miller as the thirteenth child (of seventeen) of William Carter and Mary Ancell, spelled "Ancel" and italicized (as if he had copied the spelling, but unfortunately he did not share his source). The birth date, October 28, 1591, is given in both. Thereafter, Miller used the spelling "Ancell."[2] This may be the origin of "William Ancell," although it seems this form was not always used.

    Family
    "Anscell" married July 2, 1618 in Rampton, Bedfordshire, England to Jane Myles .[4] daughter of John Myles of Graveley in Com. Hertford.[5] This chart was taken for the visitation for Hertfordshire, England in 1634.[5] The Mourning Carter Walker Family Bible also records that they married July 2, 1618 at Rampton, Bedfordshire, England.
    Note: spelled "Anscell" by Tyler[5]
    In 1634 at the visitation of the Heralds from the College of Arms, "Ansyll, of London, Grocer," had six sons living. They were:[2]
    George, eldest son
    John
    Ansyle
    William
    James
    Thomas b ca 1630
    Children of Anscell and Jane Myles as given by Tyler:
    George
    John
    Anscell
    Will'm
    Jane
    Tyler identified Thomas, who was 1 year old at the visitation at Hertfordshire England in 1634.[5]

    Immigrated to Virginia
    Unclear whether Ancell came to Virginia and patented land (?) [citation needed ]

    Death
    Ancell is sometimes said to have died in 1634 at Lancaster, Virginia.[3] Alternatively, according to the Mourning Carter Walker Family Bible, Ancell died in 1634 at Kempston, Bedfordshire, England.[6] Possibly he did not immigrate, or he returned to England and died there.
    Research is needed concerning possible immigration and place of death.

    Sources
    ? "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," index, FamilySearch ( : accessed 14 Oct 2014), Ancell Carter, 28 Oct 1591; citing KEMPSTON,BEDFORD,ENGLAND, reference ; FHL microfilm 845461.
    ? 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Miller, Joseph L., The Descendants of Capt. Thomas Carter of "Barford," Lancaster County, Virginia with Genealogical Notes of Many of the Allied Families , (Page 2), Thomas, WV, J.L. Miller, 1912, Web accessed August 11, 2014
    ? 3.0 3.1 "OneWorldTree: Record for William Carter" Ancestry.com: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA
    ? Dee, posted by "Bible of Mourning Carter Walker VA KY MO" , transcription of the Bible of Mourning Sarah Carter, February 28, 2006, Web accessed August 11, 2014
    ? 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Tyler, Lyon G., Genealogies of Virginia Families , (Page 333, chart) from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Genealogical Publishing Companies, Web accessed September 2, 2014
    ? Mourning Carter Walker Family Bible in possession of Agnes Elizabeth Walker Day
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    Occupation:
    Middle English (originally ‘a person who sold things in the gross’ (i.e., in large quantities)): from Old French grossier, from medieval Latin grossarius, from late Latin grossus ‘gross.’

    William married Jane Myles 2 Jul 1618, Rampton, Bedfordshire, England. Jane (daughter of John Myles and unnamed spouse) was born 14 Sep 1598, Rampton, Bedfordshire, England; died 0___ 1633, Rampton, Bedfordshire, England. [Group Sheet]


  4. 133.  Jane Myles was born 14 Sep 1598, Rampton, Bedfordshire, England (daughter of John Myles and unnamed spouse); died 0___ 1633, Rampton, Bedfordshire, England.
    Children:
    1. 66. John Carter, The Immigrant was born ~ 1622, London, Middlesex, England; died 10 Jun 1669, Corotoman, Lancaster County, Virginia; was buried Lancaster County, Virginia.

  5. 134.  Gabriel Ludlow was born 10 Feb 1587, Dinton, Wiltshire, England (son of Thomas Ludlow and Jane Pyle); died 24 Sep 1644, Dinton, Wiltshire, England.

    Other Events:

    • Baptism: 10 Feb 1587, Dinton, Wiltshire, England

    Gabriel married Phyllis Wakelyn 0___ 1607, Buckinghamshire, England. Phyllis was born 0___ 1589, Dinton,Wiltshire,England; died 0___ 1657, Virginia. [Group Sheet]


  6. 135.  Phyllis Wakelyn was born 0___ 1589, Dinton,Wiltshire,England; died 0___ 1657, Virginia.

    Other Events:

    • Will: 12 Sep 1657, (Virginia)
    • Probate: 18 Dec 1657, (Virginia)

    Notes:

    There are conflicting reporting regarding the location of Dinton. The counties, Wiltshire & Buckingham are cited...DAH

    Children:
    1. 67. Sarah Ludlow was born 0___ 1635, Maiden Bradley Parish, Wiltshire, England; died 0___ 1668, Corotoman, Lancaster County, Virginia.

  7. 138.  John Savile, Knight, 1st Baron Savile of Pontefract was born 0___ 1556, Yorkshire, England (son of Robert Barkston Savile and Anne Hussey); died 31 Aug 1630, Garforth, Yorkshire, England.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: High Sheriff of Lincolnshire
    • Occupation: Member of Parliament
    • Residence: Pontefract, Yorkshire, England
    • Alt Birth: 0___ 1556, Howley, Yorkshire, England
    • Alt Birth: ~ 1561, Howley, Yorkshire, England
    • Occupation: 0___ 1626; Privy Counsellor

    Notes:

    John Savile, 1st Baron Savile of Pontefract (1556-1630) was an English politician; M.P. for Lincoln, 1586: sheriff of Lincolnshire, 1590; knight of the shire for Yorkshire, 1597, 1614, 1624, and 1626; custos rotulorum of West Riding of Yorkshire; ejected from office in 1615, but reappointed in 1626. privy councillor, comptroller of house hold 1627-1630, and created Baron Savile in 1627.

    Political career

    He entered parliament as member for Lincoln in 1586, and he served as sheriff of that county in 1590. On 3 October 1597 he was elected knight of the shire for the county of York, for which he was again returned in 1614. In the latter Parliament he distinguished himself by his opposition to the king, and was consequently struck off the commission of the peace at the close of the session.[3] He was also custos rotulorum for the West Riding of Yorkshire, but is said to have made "use of his authority to satisfy his own ends". In 1615 he was removed from the office and Thomas Wentworth (afterwards Earl of Strafford) appointed in his place. There had long been bitter rivalry between the Saviles and the Wentworths, and they soon "imported their county quarrels into public affairs".[4] According to Clarendon, Wentworth's "first inclinations and addresses to the court were only to establish his greatness in the country where he apprehended some acts of power from the old Lord Savile, who had been his rival always there, and of late had strengthened himself by being made a privy councillor and an [?373? ] officer at court";[5] and he "rested not until he had bereaved him of all power and place in court, and so sent him down a most abject, disconsolate old man to his country".[5]

    Upon his ejection from the office of custos rotulorum, Savile began intriguing with the Duke of Buckingham, whom in September 1617 he induced to write to Wentworth demanding his resignation of the office. Wentworth, however, remonstrated, and, being powerfully supported in the county, carried his point. Buckingham acknowledged that he had been misled by Savile.[6] On 19 January 1624 Savile was again elected for Yorkshire, his colleague being his son Thomas; but in 1625 Wentworth and Lord Fairfax carried the election against him. This was the occasion of the famous dispute in parliament which first brought Wentworth and Eliot into collision. Savile accused the sheriff of having interrupted the polling when it was going against Wentworth, who was his friend. After a heated debate, in which Wentworth broke the rules of the house, and Eliot denounced him as Catiline, the election was declared void.[7] At the by-election Wentworth was again elected; but on 16 Jananuary 1625–6, in a new parliament, Savile once more carried the seat, Wentworth having been made sheriff to prevent his contesting it.[8]

    Savile was now high in Buckingham's favour; in July 1626 he was again appointed custos rotulorum in Wentworth's place. Soon afterwards he was sworn of the Privy Council for his services in parliament, and in December was placed on a commission to inquire into abuses in the navy. In the following April his exertions secured the success of the forced loan in Yorkshire,[9] and soon after, through Buckingham's influence, he succeeded Sir John Suckling as comptroller of the household. In May he was placed on a commission to inquire into offices existing and fees taken in Elizabeth's reign. In July he was appointed receiver of the revenues from recusants in the north, and a year later he was created Baron Savile of Pontefract, on the same day (21 July) that Wentworth was raised to the peerage. He held the office of comptroller till his death, aged 74, on 31 August 1630, so that Clarendon's reference to him as an "abject, disconsolate old man" is exaggerated. He was buried in Batley church, Yorkshire, where a monument, with an inflated inscription (printed by Whitaker), was raised to his memory by his daughter, Anne Leigh.[8]

    Domestic life

    About 1590 Savile built Howley Hall in Batley, which he made his seat; Camden described it as "µdes elegantissimas", and its ruins were still extant in 1900. Tradition says that Rubens visited him there, and painted for him a view of Pontefract. Savile married, first, Catherine, daughter of Charles, lord Willoughby of Parham, by whom he had no issue; secondly, on 20 November 1586, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Edward, and sister of Sir Henry Cary, 1st Viscount Falkland. By her he had five sons and three daughters; he was succeeded by his eldest surviving son, Thomas Savile, Earl of Sussex.[8]

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    "Savile married, first, Catherine, daughter of Charles, lord Willoughby of Parham, by whom he had no issue..."

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    Baron John's 9-generation pedigree ... http://www.ourfamilyhistories.org/ahnentafel.php?personID=I147037&tree=00&parentset=0&generations=9

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    About John Savile, 1st Baron Savile of Pontefract

    John Savile, 1st Baron Savile of Pontefract (1556–1630) was an English politician; M.P. for Lincoln, 1586: sheriff of Lincolnshire, 1590; knight of the shire for Yorkshire, 1597, 1614, 1624, and 1626; custos rotulorum of West Riding of Yorkshire; ejected from office in 1615, but reappointed in 1626. privy councillor, comptroller of house hold 1627–1630, and created Baron Savile in 1627.[1]

    John Savile was born in 1556, the son of Sir Robert Savile of Barkston, Lincolnshire (d. 1585), by his wife Anne Hussey (d. 1562), sister of John Hussey, 1st Baron Hussey of Sleaford, and widow of Sir Richard Thimelby. His father was the illegitimate son of Sir Henry Savile of Thornhill in the West Riding of Yorkshire and had served as sheriff of Lincolnshire in 1573.[2]

    He entered parliament as member for Lincoln in 1586, and he served as sheriff of that county in 1590. On 3 October 1597 he was elected knight of the shire for the county of York, for which he was again returned in 1614. In the latter Parliament he distinguished himself by his opposition to the king, and was consequently struck off the commission of the peace at the close of the session.[3] He was also custos rotulorum for the West Riding of Yorkshire, but is said to have made "use of his authority to satisfy his own ends". In 1615 he was removed from the office and Thomas Wentworth (afterwards Earl of Strafford) appointed in his place. There had long been bitter rivalry between the Saviles and the Wentworths, and they soon "imported their county quarrels into public affairs".[4] According to Clarendon, Wentworth's "first inclinations and addresses to the court were only to establish his greatness in the country where he apprehended some acts of power from the old Lord Savile, who had been his rival always there, and of late had strengthened himself by being made a privy councillor and an [?373? ] officer at court";[5] and he "rested not until he had bereaved him of all power and place in court, and so sent him down a most abject, disconsolate old man to his country".[5]

    Upon his ejection from the office of custos rotulorum, Savile began intriguing with the Duke of Buckingham, whom in September 1617 he induced to write to Wentworth demanding his resignation of the office. Wentworth, however, remonstrated, and, being powerfully supported in the county, carried his point. Buckingham acknowledged that he had been misled by Savile.[6] On 19 January 1624 Savile was again elected for Yorkshire, his colleague being his son Thomas; but in 1625 Wentworth and Lord Fairfax carried the election against him. This was the occasion of the famous dispute in parliament which first brought Wentworth and Eliot into collision. Savile accused the sheriff of having interrupted the polling when it was going against Wentworth, who was his friend. After a heated debate, in which Wentworth broke the rules of the house, and Eliot denounced him as Catiline, the election was declared void.[7] At the by-election Wentworth was again elected; but on 16 Jananuary 1625–6, in a new parliament, Savile once more carried the seat, Wentworth having been made sheriff to prevent his contesting it.[8]

    Savile was now high in Buckingham's favour; in July 1626 he was again appointed custos rotulorum in Wentworth's place. Soon afterwards he was sworn of the Privy Council for his services in parliament, and in December was placed on a commission to inquire into abuses in the navy. In the following April his exertions secured the success of the forced loan in Yorkshire,[9] and soon after, through Buckingham's influence, he succeeded Sir John Suckling as comptroller of the household. In May he was placed on a commission to inquire into offices existing and fees taken in Elizabeth's reign. In July he was appointed receiver of the revenues from recusants in the north, and a year later he was created Baron Savile of Pontefract, on the same day (21 July) that Wentworth was raised to the peerage. He held the office of comptroller till his death, aged 74, on 31 August 1630, so that Clarendon's reference to him as an "abject, disconsolate old man" is exaggerated. He was buried in Batley church, Yorkshire, where a monument, with an inflated inscription (printed by Whitaker), was raised to his memory by his daughter, Anne Leigh.[8]

    About 1590 Savile built Howley Hall in Batley, which he made his seat; Camden described it as "µdes elegantissimas", and its ruins were still extant in 1900. Tradition says that Rubens visited him there, and painted for him a view of Pontefract. Savile married, first, Catherine, daughter of Charles, lord Willoughby of Parham, by whom he had no issue; secondly, on 20 November 1586, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Edward, and sister of Sir Henry Cary, 1st Viscount Falkland. By her he had five sons and three daughters; he was succeeded by his eldest surviving son, Thomas Savile, Earl of Sussex.[8]

    Notes

    1. ^ Lee, Sidney (1903), Dictionary of National Biography Index and Epitome p. 1161.
    2. ^ Pollard 1897, p. 372.
    3.^ Pollard 1897, p. 372 cites: Gardiner, ii. 249.
    4.^ Pollard 1897, p. 372 cites: Ranke, ii. 202–3.
    5.^ a b Pollard 1897, p. 373 cites: Clarendon Rebellion, i. 341.
    6.^ Pollard 1897, p. 373 cites: cf. Strafford Letters, passim; Fortescue Papers, Camden Soc., pp. 24, 27; and Browning, Life of Strafford, 1892, pp. 25, &c.
    7. ^ Pollard 1897, p. 373 cites: Gardiner, v. 349–51; Forster, Eliot, i. 160.
    8.^ a b c Pollard 1897, p. 373
    9. ^ Pollard 1897, p. 373 cites: Gardiner, vi. 158.

    References

    This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Pollard, Albert Frederick (1897). "Savile, John (1556-1630)". In Lee, Sidney. Dictionary of National Biography 50. London: Smith, Elder & Co. pp. 372,373. The entry cites:
    Cal. State Papers, Dom.;
    Strafford Letters, passim;
    Fortescue Papers (Camden Soc.);
    Official Returns of Members of Parliament;
    Journals of the House of Commons;
    Clarendon's Rebellion;
    Forster's Eliot;
    Forster's Life of Strafford (sometimes attributed to Robert Browning);
    Gardiner's Hist. of England;
    G. E. C.'s Complete Peerage;
    Burke's Extinct Peerage;
    Foster's Yorkshire Pedigrees;
    Hunter's Antiquarian Notices of Lupset;
    Whitaker's, Life and Correspondence of Sir George Radcliffe;
    Whitaker's, Loidis et Elmete, pp. 237–9.
    From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Savile,_1st_Baron_Savile_of_Pontefract
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    Sir John Savile, 1st Baron Savile of Pomfret1
    M, #112485, b. 1556, d. 31 August 1630
    Father Sir Robert Savile, Sheriff of Lincolnshire2 d. 1585
    Mother Anne Hussey3 b. c 1516, d. 1562
    Sir John Savile, 1st Baron Savile of Pomfret was born in 1556 at of Howley, Yorkshire, England.1 He married Elizabeth Carey, daughter of Sir Edward Carey and Katherine Knyvett, on 20 November 1586 at Great Berkhampsted, Hertfordshire, England.1 Sir John Savile, 1st Baron Savile of Pomfret left a will on 15 January 1629; Date of his will.1 He left a will on 15 August 1630; Date he signed his will.1 He died on 31 August 1630.1 His estate was probated on 23 February 1631 at York, Yorkshire, England.1
    Family Elizabeth Carey
    Child
    Sir Thomas Savile, 12th Earl of Sussex, Baron & Viscount Savile, Baron of Castlebar+1 b. 14 Sep 1590, d. c 1659
    Citations
    1.[S11568] The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom, by George Edward Cokayne, Vol. XI, p. 459-461.
    2.[S11568] The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom, by George Edward Cokayne, Vol. XI, p. 457.
    3.[S31] Unknown author, Wikipedia.
    From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p3745.htm#i112485
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    John Savile, 1st Baron Savile of Pomfret1
    M, #26378, b. 1556, d. 31 August 1630
    Last Edited=11 Feb 2012
    John Savile, 1st Baron Savile of Pomfret was born in 1556.2 He was the son of Sir Robert Savile and Anne Hussey.2 He married Katherine Willoughby, daughter of Charles Willoughby, 2nd Baron Willoughby of Parham, in February 1546.3 He married, secondly, Elizabeth Cary, daughter of Sir Edward Cary and Katherine Knyvett, on 20 November 1586.4 He died on 31 August 1630.4
    Memb Cncl of –30 (V-Pres 1626–28).3 High Steward Honour of Pontefract, Steward Wakefield.3 Thus excluding his eldest (the only one of the two eldest then still living).3 So created (E) with remainder in tail male to his third sons onwards.3 Comptroller Household , Mayor Leeds 1626.3 Knighted by.3 He was County York.3 He gained the title of 1st Baron Savile of Pomfret. He lived Howley.3 He was High Sheriff Lincolnshire , Member of Parliament (M.P.) Lincoln 1586–87 and Yorkshire 1597–98, March 1603/4–11, 1614, Feb 1623/4–25 and Feb 1625/6 circa 1585.3 He was Privy Counsellor (P.C.) in 1626.3
    Children of John Savile, 1st Baron Savile of Pomfret and Katherine Willoughby
    1.Katherine Savile+1
    2.Henry Savile
    3.Edward Savile
    4.Robert Savile
    5.Edmund Savile
    6.Elizabeth Savile
    7.Frances Savile
    Child of John Savile, 1st Baron Savile of Pomfret and Elizabeth Cary
    1.Thomas Savile, 1st Earl of Sussex+5 b. 14 Sep 1590, d. c 1659
    Citations
    1.[S15] George Edward Cokayne, editor, The Complete Baronetage, 5 volumes (no date (c. 1900); reprint, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 1983), volume II, page 196. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Baronetage.
    2.[S6] G.E. Cokayne; with Vicary Gibbs, H.A. Doubleday, Geoffrey H. White, Duncan Warrand and Lord Howard de Walden, editors, The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct or Dormant, new ed., 13 volumes in 14 (1910-1959; reprint in 6 volumes, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 2000), volume XI, page 459. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage.
    3.[S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke's Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke's Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 2, page 2673. Hereinafter cited as Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    4.[S37] Charles Mosley, Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition, volume 1, page 1382.
    5.[S6] Cokayne, and others, The Complete Peerage, volume XII/1, page 531.
    From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p2638.htm#i26378
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    SAVILE, John II (1556-1630), of Doddington, Lincs. and Howley, Yorks.
    b. 1556, 1st s. of Sir Robert Savile of Barkston, Lincs. by Anne, da. and coh. of Sir Robert Hussey of Linwood in Blankney, Lincs., wid. of Matthew Thymbleby of Poolam in Edlington, Lincs., half-bro. of Stephen Thymbleby. educ. Trinity Coll. Camb. 1572; L. Inn 1577. m. (1) Catherine, da. of Charles, 2nd Baron Willoughby of Parham, s.p.; (2) 20 Nov. 1586, Elizabeth, da. of Edward Carey, 5s. 3da. suc. fa. 1585. Kntd. by 1597; cr. Baron Savile 1628.1
    From: http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1558-1603/member/savile-john-ii-1556-1630
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    Anne HUSSEY
    Born: 1516, Linwood, Blankney, Lincolnshire, England
    Died: 1562
    Father: Robert HUSSEY of Linwood
    Mother: Anne SAY
    Married 1: Mathew THIMELBY 1536, Blankney, Lincolnshire, England
    Married 2: Robert SAVILE (son of Henry Savile and Margaret Barkston)
    Children:
    1. John SAVILE (m. Elizabeth Carey)
    From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/HUSSEY.htm#Anne HUSSEY6
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    Birth:
    in Howley, West Riding...

    Alt Birth:
    Click this link to view York's map and history and in particular a map showing the subdivisions of Northm West & East Riding ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yorkshire#Roman_Yorkshire

    John married Elizabeth Cary 20 Nov 1586, (Devonshire) England. Elizabeth (daughter of Edward Cary and Catherine Knevet) was born 0___ 1570, Cockington, Devon, England; died Pontefract, Yorkshire, England. [Group Sheet]


  8. 139.  Elizabeth Cary was born 0___ 1570, Cockington, Devon, England (daughter of Edward Cary and Catherine Knevet); died Pontefract, Yorkshire, England.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Elizabeth Carey

    Notes:

    Residence (Family):
    About 1590 Savile built Howley Hall in Batley, which he made his seat; Camden described it as "µdes elegantissimas", and its ruins were still extant in 1900. Tradition says that Rubens visited him there, and painted for him a view of Pontefract.

    Children:
    1. 69. Frances Savile was born 0___ 1604, Pontefract, Yorkshire, England; died 30 Jan 1663, Pontefract, Yorkshire, England.

  9. 144.  Nicholas Girlington was born 0___ 1593, Lancashire, England (son of John Girlington and Christianna Babthorpe); died 7 Feb 1626, Lancashire, England.

    Nicholas married Jane Lambert 0___ 1609, Thurland Castle, Tunstall, Lancashire, England. Jane was born 0___ 1595, (Lancashire, England); died 0___ 1660, (Lancashire) England. [Group Sheet]


  10. 145.  Jane Lambert was born 0___ 1595, (Lancashire, England); died 0___ 1660, (Lancashire) England.
    Children:
    1. 72. John Girlington, Knight was born 19 Jul 1613, Kirkby, Lancashire, England; died 0___ 1644, Melton Mobray, Leicestershire, England.
    2. Josias Girlington
    3. Nicholas Girlington

  11. 156.  Samuel Cave, I was born 0___ 1599, Leicestershire, England (son of John Cave and Magdalena Armyne); died 0Nov 1657, London, Middlesex, England.

    Samuel married Rachel Kellogg Abt 1637. Rachel (daughter of Phillippe Kellogg and Anne Mynot) was born 0___ 1603, Great Leighs, Essex, , England; died 20 Oct 1666, Great Leighs, Essex, , England. [Group Sheet]


  12. 157.  Rachel Kellogg was born 0___ 1603, Great Leighs, Essex, , England (daughter of Phillippe Kellogg and Anne Mynot); died 20 Oct 1666, Great Leighs, Essex, , England.
    Children:
    1. 78. John Cave was born 6 Feb 1644, Misterton, Leicestershire, England; died 8 Apr 1721, Stafford County, Virginia, British Colonies in America.

  13. 158.  George Andrews

    George — unnamed spouse. [Group Sheet]


  14. 159.  unnamed spouse
    Children:
    1. 79. Elizabeth Andrews was born 0Feb 1642, Panborough, Somerset, England; died 0___ 1671, Stafford County, Virginia, British Colonies in America.

  15. 160.  Sylvester Estes was born 0___ 1522, Deal, Kent, England (son of Nicholas Estes and Anne LNU); died 0___ 1579, Ringwould, Kent, England; was buried 7 Jun 1579, St. Nicholas Church, Ringwould Cemetery, Ringwould, Kent, England.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Mariner
    • Also Known As: Sylvester Eastye

    Notes:

    Roberta J. Estes, DNA Genealogist presents a beautifully written history of Sylvester Estes (c1522-1579) published July 19, 2014, entitled, "Sylvester Estes (c1522-1579), Fisherman of Deal, 52 Ancestors #29"

    View her commentary:

    http://dna-explained.com/2014/07/19/sylvester-estes-c1522-1579-fisherman-of-deal-52-ancestors-29/

    end

    Sylvester saw a lot of changes in his lifetime. His father died when he was 11 or 12, leaving his mother a widow. Sylvester may well have been apprenticed to the mariners to learn a trade in order to be able to support himself, and possibly his widowed mother and younger siblings as well.

    Changes were afoot in England itself as well. England was in the process of politically becoming a Protestant nation with the King at the head of the church, instead of a Catholic nation with the Pope at the head of the church. In the 1530s, Henry VIII wanted to remarry because his wife did not produce a male heir, and his Catholicism prevented that, especially when the Pope refused to annul his marriage. As a result Henry renounced Catholicism and became Protestant, ordered the destruction of all things Catholic, such as monasteries and abbeys. The churches “became” Protestant overnight, along with their parishioners. In some places, of course, there was strong resistance and the resisters were called ‘recussants.’ That did not seem to be a problem in Kent.

    In addition to the national issues, there were local and regional problems to contend with as well.

    In October 1536, when Sylvester would have been about 14, four Flemish ships entered the Downs, landed and plundered the local boats of their “herrings, hogbushes, arrows and beer.” A few days later, those same ships robbed a Deal fishing boat of its entire catch and then sent a pinnace ashore on St. Leonard’s Day (November 6 and feast day at Deal’s St. Leonard’s church) to cut the cable of Captain Rychardson’s boat and tow it away. Rychardson’s inventory of his losses reflects a typical fishing boat of the time – two long bows, sheaves of arrows, barrels of beer, bread, candles, boots and bonnets. Sylvester’s ship probably was provisioned with the same things.

    end

    Based on church records, we know that Sylvester and Jone had 3 children. It’s likely that they had several more who may have died or not been reflected in the records. If they were married about 1545 and Jone died in 1561, according to the burial record, they would have had 16 years as a married couple to produce offspring, so they could have been expected to have had approximately 8 children. The births of those children would only have been recorded in church records after 1559. This suggests that there are several children born, and probably buried, as children. However, given that daughter Jone was married in Ripple in 1563, it wouldn’t hurt to check the Ripple church records to see if Sylvester and Jone’s children were baptized there. Marriages traditionally took place in the bride’s church, although just two years earlier, Jone’s mother, Jone, was buried at St. Leonard’s in Deal.

    end

    Buried:
    In the Ringwould church records, Sylvester’s burial is the very first Estes record, recorded thus:

    Jan. 7, 1579 - Silvester Eastye buried

    His grave is unmarked ...

    Died:
    The village of Ringwould was first recorded more than 200 years before the Domesday survey, in an Anglo-Saxon Charter dated 861 AD under the name of Roedligwealda (the forest of Hredel’s people). The site of a Roman period farm has been identified close to the present Ripple windmill; which is in the parish, although metal detector finds and other relics which have been found, suggest that the area was populated well before the Roman invasion. The oldest coin ever found in England was discovered by a metal detectorist working close to Ringwould. It seems probable that the village was established sometime during the Anglo-Saxon period, probably in the 6th century AD, and certainly well before the Norman Conquest of 1066.

    The village of Ringwould has about 350 residents and is about the size today that it was when our ancestors lived nearby or in the village itself.

    Sylvester married Joan LNU 0___ 1545, Deal, Kent, England. Joan was born (Deal) Kent, England; died 0___ 1561, (Deal) Kent, England; was buried 16 May 1561, St. Nicholas Church, Ringwould Cemetery, Ringwould, Kent, England. [Group Sheet]


  16. 161.  Joan LNU was born (Deal) Kent, England; died 0___ 1561, (Deal) Kent, England; was buried 16 May 1561, St. Nicholas Church, Ringwould Cemetery, Ringwould, Kent, England.

    Other Events:

    • Also Known As: Jone Eustes

    Notes:

    Buried:
    at St. Leonard’s Church in Deal, Kent. Her grave is not marked. Tombstones were not being used at that time in history.

    Children:
    1. Jone Estes was born 0___ 1547, Deal, Kent, England.
    2. Henry Estes was born 0___ 1549, Deal, Kent, England.
    3. 80. Robert Estes was born 0___ 1555, Fordwich, Nonington, Kent, England; died 0___ 1616, Fordwich, Nonington, Kent, England; was buried St. Nicholas Church, Ringwould Cemetery, Ringwould, Kent, England.