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1201
Sir Henry de Bohun (1176-1220)
Sir Henry de Bohun (1176-1220)
Henry de Bohun figured with the earls of Clare and Gloucester among the twenty-five barons who were elected by their fellows to enforce the terms of the Magna Carta in 1215, and was subsequently excommunicated by the Pope. 
 
1202
Sir Hugh Bigod, 3rd Earl of Norfolk (~1182-1225)
Sir Hugh Bigod, 3rd Earl of Norfolk (~1182-1225)
In 1215 he was one of the twenty-five sureties of Magna Carta of King John.

Arms of Bigod (dropped post-1269 by Roger Bigod, 5th Earl of Norfolk) 
 
1203
Sir Hugh de Audley, 1st Baron Audley and 1st Earl of Gloucester (3rd Creation) (c. 1291 - 10 November 1347)
Sir Hugh de Audley, 1st Baron Audley and 1st Earl of Gloucester (3rd Creation) (c. 1291 - 10 November 1347)
Coat of Arms of Hugh de Audley 
 
1204
Sir Hugh de Courtenay, 1st/9th Earl of Devon
Sir Hugh de Courtenay, 1st/9th Earl of Devon

14 September 1276 - 23 December 1340

He married Agnes de Saint John, daughter of John de Saint John, Baron St John, of Basing, Hampshire, by Alice, daughter of Sir Reynold Fitz Peter.[8] They had four sons and two daughters. 
 
1205
Sir Hugh le Despenser (1 March 1261 - 27 October 1326)
Sir Hugh le Despenser (1 March 1261 - 27 October 1326)
sometimes referred to as "the Elder Despenser", was for a time the chief adviser to King Edward II of England.

...was hanged immediately in his armour at Bristol on 27 October 1326. He was then beheaded and his body cut into pieces for the dogs. His head was sent for display to Winchester, which had supported the king. 
 
1206
Sir Humphrey (VII) de Bohun, 4th Earl of Hereford (1276 - 16 March 1322)
Sir Humphrey (VII) de Bohun, 4th Earl of Hereford (1276 - 16 March 1322)
Ancient forefather of the families of

Thomas Hennessee (1795-1865)
Patrick Hennessee (1796-1860)
Nicholas Gillentine (1676-1773) 
 
1207
Sir Humphrey (VII) de Bohun, 4th Earl of Hereford (1276 - 16 March 1322)
Sir Humphrey (VII) de Bohun, 4th Earl of Hereford (1276 - 16 March 1322)
19th century drawing of effigy of Humphrey de Bohun, 4th Earl of Hereford, Hereford Cathedral

Ancient forefather of the families of

Thomas Hennessee (1795-1865)
Patrick Hennessee (1796-1860)
Nicholas Gillentine (1676-1773) 
 
1208
Sir James Audley, 2nd Baron Audley
Sir James Audley, 2nd Baron Audley
(8 January 1312/13 - 1 April 1386)

21st great grandfather of the grandchildren of Vernia Elvira Swindell Byars...  
 
1209
Sir James Butler
Sir James Butler
a descendant of Edward I and 21st great grandfather of the grandchildren of Ma Byars... 
 
1210
Sir James Tuchet, Knight, 5th Baron Audley (~ 1398 - 1459)
Sir James Tuchet, Knight, 5th Baron Audley (~ 1398 - 1459)
Arms of Tuchet 
 
1211
Sir John 'Crusader' Howard, MP, Sheriff Of Essex (~1366-1437)
Sir John "Crusader" Howard, MP, Sheriff Of Essex (~1366-1437)
 
 
1212
Sir John Blount (1298-1358)
Sir John Blount (1298-1358)
 
 
1213
Sir John Dinham (1359-1428)
Sir John Dinham (1359-1428)

was a knight from Devonshire, England and an ancient forefather of the grandchildren of Vernia Elvira Swindell Byars.

He killed one of the murderers of his father in Exeter Cathedral, for which he was pardoned by the king. 
 
1214
Sir John Gage, Garter Knight (1479-1557)
Sir John Gage, Garter Knight (1479-1557)


The Most Noble Order of the Garter, founded in 1348, is the highest order of chivalry existing in England and is dedicated to the image and arms of St. George as England's patron saint. It is bestowed on recipients from British and other Commonwealth realms. After peerages (and after the Victoria Cross and George Cross), it is the pinnacle of the honours system in the United Kingdom. Membership in the order is limited to the Sovereign, the Prince of Wales, and no more than twenty-four members, or Companions. The order also includes supernumerary knights and ladies (e.g., members of the British Royal Family and foreign monarchs). Bestowing the honour has been described as one of the Monarch's few remaining truly personal, executive prerogatives.



The order's emblem, depicted on insignia, is a garter with the motto Honi soit qui mal y pense (Middle French: "shame upon him who thinks evil upon it") in gold lettering. Members of the order wear such a garter on ceremonial occasions.
 
 
1215
Sir John Grey (1432-1461)
Sir John Grey (1432-1461)

was killed in the Second Battle of St Albans in 1461, fighting for the Lancastrian cause.[1] His widow, Dame Elizabeth Grey, later secretly married Edward IV who was the successful Yorkist claimant to the throne. 
 
1216
Sir John Holland (~1352-1400) Duke of Exeter
Sir John Holland (~1352-1400) Duke of Exeter
Holland was executed in 1400 for conspiring during the Epiphany Rising against his cousin, Elizabeth's brother Henry IV of England, who had by this time usurped the throne from Richard. 
 
1217
Sir John Montacute (1350-1400), 3rd Earl of Salisbury
Sir John Montacute (1350-1400), 3rd Earl of Salisbury
Coat of Arms  
 
1218
Sir John Tuchet, 4th Baron Audley, 1st Baron Tuchet
Sir John Tuchet, 4th Baron Audley, 1st Baron Tuchet
(23 April 1371 - 19 December 1408)

18th great grandfather of the grandchildren of Vernia Elvira Swindell Byars... 
 
1219
Sir Miles Stapleton of Bedale (or of Cotherstone) KG (1320?-1364)
Sir Miles Stapleton of Bedale (or of Cotherstone) KG (1320?-1364)
was an English knight, one of the Knights Founder of the Order of the Garter.  
 
1220
Sir Neil Loring, KG
Sir Neil Loring, KG

Ancient forefather of the grandchildren of Vernia Elvira Swindell Byars...

shown wearing his garter robes over his tunic showing the arms: Quarterly argent and gules, a bendlet engrailed sable. Illustration from the 1430 Bruges Garter Book made by William Bruges (1375-1450), first Garter King of Arms 
 
1221
Sir Nicholas Carew
Sir Nicholas Carew

Nicholas Carew (died 1311), feudal lord of Carew Castle in Pembrokeshire, feudal lord of Odrone[2] (mod. Idrone, County Carlow) in Ireland and lord of the manor of Moulsford in Berkshire (since 1974 in Oxfordshire), was a soldier. He was the first of the Carew family to form a connection with the English county of Devon, where his descendants became very prominent until modern times. 
 
1222
Sir Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658)
Sir Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658)
1st Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland

In office

16 December 1653 - 3 September 1658 
 
1223
Sir Ralph de Greystoke, 3rd Baron Greystoke (1353-1418)
Sir Ralph de Greystoke, 3rd Baron Greystoke (1353-1418)
 
 
1224
Sir Ralph Neville (~1364-1425)
Sir Ralph Neville (~1364-1425)
Earl of Westmorland
Baron Neville de Raby
Lord of Richmond

Effigy of Ralph Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland, Staindrop Church (St. Mary's)

 
 
1225
Sir Reynold (Reginald) Grey (1362-1440)
Sir Reynold (Reginald) Grey (1362-1440)
3rd Baron Grey of Ruthyn, Governor of Ireland, Lord of Hastings & Wexford 
 
1226
Sir Richard & Lady Eleanor
Sir Richard & Lady Eleanor
The 14th-century memorial effigy in Chichester Cathedral which inspired Larkin's poem "An Arundel Tomb" (Note: The effigies in Chichester Cathedral are attributed to Richard FitzAlan and Eleanor of Lancaster. FitzAlan and Eleanor were actually buried in Lewes Priory. Although Larkin called the effigies a "tomb", they are actually a "memorial". See Talk, Distinction needs to be made: Not a "tomb" but a "memorial".) The plaque in the cathedral reads as follows: An Arundel Tomb The figures represent Richard Fitzalan III, 13th Earl of Arundel (ca 1307-1376) and his second wife Eleanor, who by his will of 1375 were to be buried together "without pomp" in the chapter house of Lewes Priory. The armour and dress suggest a date near 1375; the knight's attitude is typical of that time, but the lady's crossed legs, giving the effect of a turn towards her husband, are rare. The joined hands have been thought due to "restoration" by Edward Richardson (1812-69), but recent research has shown the feature to be original. If so, the monument must be one of the earliest showing the concession to affection where the husband was a knight rather than a civilian.
 
 
1227
Sir Richard Foliot's Coat-of-Arms
Sir Richard Foliot's Coat-of-Arms
 
 
1228
Sir Richard Mr de Burgh
Sir Richard Mr de Burgh
1st Lord of Connacht (c. 1194 1242)

was a Hiberno-Norman aristocrat and Justiciar of Ireland and
the 25th great grandfather of the grandchildren of Vernia Elvira Swindell Byars. 
 
1229
Sir Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick 
(22 November 1428 - 14 April 1471)
Sir Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick (22 November 1428 - 14 April 1471)
 
 
1230
Sir Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury
Sir Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury
 
 
1231
Sir Robert de Ros, or de Roos of Helmsley, (ca. 1170/1172 - 1227)
Sir Robert de Ros, or de Roos of Helmsley, (ca. 1170/1172 - 1227)
was the grandfather and ancestor of the Barons Ros of Helmsley that was created by writ in 1264. In 1215, Ros joined the confederation of the barons at Stamford. He was one of the twenty-five barons to guarantee the observance of Magna Carta, sealed by King John on 15 Jun 1215. 
 
1232
Sir Robert de Vere, 3rd Earl of Oxford
Sir Robert de Vere, 3rd Earl of Oxford

(after c. 1165 - before 25 October 1221)

Ancient forefather of the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars or Perry Green Byars 
 
1233
Sir Roger de Mowbray, 1st Baron Mowbray (1254-21 November 1297), was an English peer and soldier.
Sir Roger de Mowbray, 1st Baron Mowbray (1254-21 November 1297), was an English peer and soldier.
 
 
1234
Sir Theobald Walter (1165-1206)
Sir Theobald Walter (1165-1206)

Is an ancient forefather of the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars

Theobald Walter (sometimes Theobald FitzWalter, Theobald Butler, or Theobald Walter le Boteler) was the first Chief Butler of Ireland. He also held the office of Chief Butler of England and was the High Sheriff of Lancashire for 1194.

Theobald was the first to use the surname Butler of the Butler family of Ireland. He was involved in the Irish campaigns of King Henry II of England and John of England. 
 
1235
Sir Thomas 'The elder, the poet' Wyatt (1503-1542)
Sir Thomas "The elder, the poet" Wyatt (1503-1542)

ancient forefather of Johnny Dale McBride

Esquire of the body by 1524; clerk of the Kings jewels 21 Oct. 1524; marshal, Calais by Sept. 1529-24 Nov. 1530; sewer extraordinary by 1533; sheriff, Kent 1536-7; ambassador to the Emperor 1537-40; Councillor by 1540-d.; commr. sewers, Kent 1540; steward, manor of Maidstone, Kent Mar. 1542. 
 
1236
Sir Thomas Butler, 7th Earl of Ormond, P.C. (1426 - 3 August, 1515)
Sir Thomas Butler, 7th Earl of Ormond, P.C. (1426 - 3 August, 1515)

Thomas Butler, as an Irish peer, should only have sat in the Irish Parliament. However, as a personal friend of Henry VII he was summoned to the English Parliament in November 1488 as "Thomas Ormond de Rochford chevaler". At this time he was already 8th Earl of Carrick and 7th Earl of Ormond, having succeeded his elder brothers James Butler, 5th Earl of Ormond and John Butler, 6th Earl of Ormond, neither of whom left legitimate issue.
 
 
1237
Sir Thomas de Mowbray (1366-1399)
Sir Thomas de Mowbray (1366-1399)
 
 
1238
Sir Thomas Grey
Sir Thomas Grey
1st Marquess of Dorset, 1st Earl of Huntingdon and 7th Baron Ferrers of Groby KG (1455 - 20 September 1501) 
 
1239
Sir Thomas Holland (1350-1397) 2nd Earl of Kent
Sir Thomas Holland (1350-1397) 2nd Earl of Kent
Holland married Lady Alice FitzAlan, daughter of Richard FitzAlan, 10th Earl of Arundel and Eleanor of Lancaster on 10 April 1364. They had nine children. 
 
1240
Sir Thomas Leigh, Lord Mayor of London (1509-1572)
Sir Thomas Leigh, Lord Mayor of London (1509-1572)
 
 
1241
Sir Thomas Meade, Knight (1410-1475)
Sir Thomas Meade, Knight (1410-1475)
 
 
1242
Sir Thomas Smythe (1554-1625)
Sir Thomas Smythe (1554-1625)
1st Governor of the East India Company

Funded the exploration of the New World including the 1607 Jamestown Colony and the 1619 Plymouth Colony 
 
1243
Sir Thomas St Leger KB (c. 1440 - executed 8 November 1483)
Sir Thomas St Leger KB (c. 1440 - executed 8 November 1483)
 
 
1244
Sir Thomas Stanley, 1st Baron Stanley, titular King of Mann, KG (c. 1405 - 11 or 20 February 1459)
Sir Thomas Stanley, 1st Baron Stanley, titular King of Mann, KG (c. 1405 - 11 or 20 February 1459)
Arms of Sir Thomas Stanley, 1st Baron Stanley, KG

Stanley married Joan, eldest daughter and co-heiress of Sir Robert Goushill, Knt., of Hoveringham, Nottinghamshire, by Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Fitzalan, 11th Earl of Arundel. She was born in 1401.

They had six children, three sons, Thomas, William, and John and three daughters. He died on 11 February 1459 and his wife shortly before 27 April 1466. Both were interred in Burscough Priory. He was succeeded by his eldest son Thomas, who was created Earl of Derby in 1485; his senior line died out in 1736.

His second son William Stanley was executed for treason by King Henry VII in 1495.
 
 
1245
Sir Thomas Wyatt (~1522-1554)
Sir Thomas Wyatt (~1522-1554)

instigated "The Wyatt Rebellion of 1554" ...

The fear of England becoming re-Catholicised combined with the proposed marriage between Mary and Philip of Spain, led to the Wyatt Rebellion of 1554. This was a rebellion led by nobles principally Sir Thomas Wyatt from Kent, Sir Peter Carew from Devon, Sir James Croft from Herefordshire and the Duke of Suffolk from Leicestershire. However, it had one major weakness it did not have the popular support of the people across the land and was doomed to failure.
 
 
1246
Sir Walter de Clifford (1160-1221)
Sir Walter de Clifford (1160-1221)
Original arms of de Clifford, adopted at start of the age of heraldry, c.1200-1215: Chequy or and azure a bend gules. Roger de Clifford of Tenbury (d.1231), second son of Walter II de Clifford (d.1221) and father of Roger de Clifford (d.1285) of Clifford Castle, later substituted a fess for the bend
 
 
1247
Sir Walter Raleigh (1552-1618)
Sir Walter Raleigh (1552-1618)

was an English landed gentleman, writer, poet, soldier, politician, courtier, spy and explorer. He was cousin to Sir Richard Grenville, a cousin to all the issue of Perry Green "Old Grandsir" Magness (1796-1884) and younger half-brother of Sir Humphrey Gilbert. He is also well known for popularising tobacco in England.
 
 
1248
Sir William Cary (1437-1471)
Sir William Cary (1437-1471)

Ancient forefather of the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars

Monumental brass believed to represent Sir William Cary (1437-1471), lord of the manors of Clovelly and Cockington, Devon. Set into a slate ledger stone in floor of chancel, All Saints Church, Clovelly, without identifying inscription or armorials, next to brass of his son and heir Robert Cary (died 1540).

 
 
1249
Sir William Cavendish c. 1547
Sir William Cavendish c. 1547
 
 
1250
Sir William de la Pole
Sir William de la Pole
1880 portrait of de la Pole by Thomas Tindall Wildridge 
 
1251
Sir William Fortescue (1345-1411) of Devonshire arms
Sir William Fortescue (1345-1411) of Devonshire arms

Ancient forefather of the grandchildren of Vernia Elvira Swindell Byars 
 
1252
Sir William Gascoigne (1350-1416) Chief Justice of England
Sir William Gascoigne (1350-1416) Chief Justice of England

Sir William refuses to sentence Archbishop Scrope.

Gascoigne's (alternately spelled Gascoyne [1]) reputation is that of a great lawyer who in times of doubt and danger asserted the principle that the head of state is subject to law, and that the traditional practice of public officers, or the expressed voice of the nation in parliament, and not the will of the monarch or any part of the legislature, must guide the tribunals of the country.

17th, 18th & 20th great grandfather to the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars (1894-1985) person number I704 
 
1253
Sir William Gascoigne (1350-1419)
Sir William Gascoigne (1350-1419)
 
 
1254
Sir William Montagu, alias de Montacute, 1st Earl of Salisbury, 3rd Baron Montagu, King of Mann (1301 - 30 January 1344)
Sir William Montagu, alias de Montacute, 1st Earl of Salisbury, 3rd Baron Montagu, King of Mann (1301 - 30 January 1344)
Coat of Arms 
 
1255
Sir William Willoughby (1370-1409) Order of the Garter
Sir William Willoughby (1370-1409) Order of the Garter

19th great grandfather of the grandchildren of Jesse D Hennessee (1880-1952)

The Most Noble Order of the Garter, founded in 1348, is the highest order of chivalry existing in England and is dedicated to the image and arms of St. George as England's patron saint. It is bestowed on recipients from British and other Commonwealth realms. After peerages (and after the Victoria Cross and George Cross), it is the pinnacle of the honours system in the United Kingdom 
 
1256
Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill (1874-1965)
Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill (1874-1965)

12th cousin to the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars (1894-1985)
15th cousin to the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars (1894-1985)
16th cousin to the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars (1894-1985)
18th cousin to the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars (1894-1985)
19th cousin to the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars (1894-1985)
 
 
1257
Sirilda Jane Cotton Walker Cantrell (1850-1917)
Sirilda Jane Cotton Walker Cantrell (1850-1917)

Interred with her husband, Daniel, at Concord Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee and mother of 9 children... 
 
1258
Sister & Brother
Sister & Brother
Mary Darthula Hennessee Rutledge Smith (1885-1978)
Albert Audley Hennessee (1899-1987) 
 
1259
Sister & Brother
Sister & Brother
Whitney Ann Edwards (1993-
Andrew Emmett Edwards (1997- 
 
1260
Sisters...
Sisters...

Aunt Pearl and Aunt Bessie at the table in Rock Island, Tennessee

Photo provided by their niece, Karen Mitchell... 
 
1261
Sittin' on the porch...
Sittin' on the porch...

Emanuel Augustus Henneessee, II (1863-1918)
Mary Emily Merriott Hennessee (1867-1912)

Both of whom are buried at the Glen Alpine Cemetery, Glen Alpine, Burke County, North Carolina
 
 
1262
Skete & Grandma
Skete & Grandma

Ginger Pequita "Skete" Turner Jaco (1948- with her grandmother,
Minnie Adeline Hennessee Turner (1899-1985)

Photo courtesy of Skete... 
 
1263
Snape Castle, North Yorkshire, Home of the Barons Latimer
Snape Castle, North Yorkshire, Home of the Barons Latimer
Snape castle was originally built c1430, when Ralph de Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland gave Snape to his younger son, George Neville, 1st Baron Latimer. The second Lord Latimer was still only a minor when he inherited and the castle was held for a short while by Richard III. The third Lord Latimer was the second husband of Catherine Parr, later Queen of England. The daughter of the fourth Lord Latimer married Sir Thomas Cecil, 1st Earl of Exeter and the castle thus passed into the hands of the Cecil family.

Sir Thomas largely rebuilt the castle in the 16th century, adding the four towers, and transforming the building into an Elizabethan dwelling house. As the Cecil's concentrated on their Burghley Park mansion Snape was left to deteriorate before being purchased by William Milbank in 1798. It was later divided into two domestic premises before being reunited as one home in 2003. 
 
1264
Some Family of Franklin Pierce 'Frank' Byars (1852-1936)
Some Family of Franklin Pierce "Frank" Byars (1852-1936)
Photo made in McMinnville, Tennessee, circa 1900 and provided by Bob McClain...

Left Front Row:

Daughter, Calpurnia Byars Stiles Snipes (1885-1951)
Son, Nathan Asbury Byars (1883-1958)
Nephew, L. Poper Byars (1877-1945)
Son, William Hampton Byars (1880-1941)

Left Back Row:

Daughter, Charlotte Blaine Byars Golden (1887-1964)
Unidentified
Unidentified
Niece, Mary Elizabeth Byars Cantrell (1881-1952)
Unidentified
 
 
1265
Some of the Family at Aunt Pearl's, summer of '86
Some of the Family at Aunt Pearl's, summer of '86

Marie Price Byars Millsaps (1922-2012)
Robert Ferman Bess (1917-1990)
Bert Hennessee (1918-1986)
Dawn DeCuennick Cline (1959-
David Hennessee (1942-
Terry Mitchell

Contributed by Dawn DeCuennick Cline who writes;

I really like this photo (and it is in my bedroom where I can see it every day) because Aunt Marie looks so good (see the sweet eyes?:)
...I never knew what Uncle Bob was thinking (but learned there is a different meaning to “switch” than the thing that turns on the lights...kidding!)
...Uncle Bert looks like he's actually listening to me (precious man!)
...I don't know WHAT Terry is looking at (man...I love terry to this day...we used to have some amazing discussions!)
...and my Cuz David (International Man of Mystery, Chess Instructor, Distributor of International Coinage, South Florida's Most Sought After Concierge and a cousin I haven't EVER gotten to hang out with enough) is handsome as ever as he is in rapt concentration. Is he surveying the flora and fauna of the Caney Fork? Is he wondering if his cousin Dawn will EVER shut up? Perhaps he's eyeing the food table wondering how he's going to beat Cousin Kenny to the delectables? heh:)
 
 
1266
Son & Dad...
Son & Dad...

James Monroe Hennessee (1930-1998)
Thomas Franklin Hennessee (1901-1986)

Photo provided Jerry & Ruth Still, October 8, 2014 | 269.463.3026 | culvrrr@aim.com 
 
1267
Sons-in-Law of Pop & Ma Byars
Sons-in-Law of Pop & Ma Byars
Robert Ferman Bess (1917-1990)
Bert Hennessee (1918-1986)
Robert Murlis Wright (1925-2004)
Photo taken at Chandler's Camp, on the Caney Fork River in Bone Cave, Van Buren Co., TN in the late 40's. 
 
1268
Sophia Ann Mosier Hendricks (1806-1866)
Sophia Ann Mosier Hendricks (1806-1866)
Wife of Adam Admire Hendricks 
 
1269
Sophia of the Palatinate
Sophia of the Palatinate
(commonly referred to as Sophia of Hanover; 14 October 1630 - 8 June 1714) was the Electress of Hanover from 1692 to 1698. She became heir presumptive to the crowns of the Kingdom of England and the Kingdom of Ireland under the Act of Settlement 1701. After the Act of Union, 1707 unified the Kingdom of England and the Kingdom of Scotland, she became heir presumptive to the throne of the Kingdom of Great Britain. 
 
1270
Southern Britain in the middle of the 9th century
Southern Britain in the middle of the 9th century
 
 
1271
Spotlight on Charlie Hennessee - He weathered storms of 'bullets and bombs' during famous WWII battles
Spotlight on Charlie Hennessee - He weathered storms of 'bullets and bombs' during famous WWII battles
 
 
1272
St Margaret's Church, Hornby, Lancashire, England
St Margaret's Church, Hornby, Lancashire, England

Burial site of Sir John Girlington (1637-1706) and 9th great grandfather of the grandchildren of Vernia Elvira Swindell Byars (1894-1985) 
 
1273
St. Andrew's Church, Newcastle, England
St. Andrew's Church, Newcastle, England
Site of Sir Aymer's burial...

St. Andrew's Church is set amongst trees on Newgate Street in the centre of Newcastle. The building began in the 12th century was different both in shape and height from the present.  
 
1274
St. Benedict's Church, in Scrivelsby, Lincolnshire, England
St. Benedict's Church, in Scrivelsby, Lincolnshire, England

Burial site of Sir Robert Dymoke (1461-1544)

12th great-grandfather of the grandchildren of Vernia Elvira Swindell Byars (1894-1985). 
 
1275
St. James Church, Spilsby, Lincolnshire, England
St. James Church, Spilsby, Lincolnshire, England

Burial site for Sir William Willoughy, 5th Baron of Eresby (1370-1409)
18th great grandfather of the grandchildren of Jesse D Hennessee (1880-1952) 
 
1276
St. Michael's Church, Alnwick, Northumberland, England
St. Michael's Church, Alnwick, Northumberland, England
Site of Henry's christening, December 26, 1401 
 
1277
St. Michael's, Macclsesfield, Cheshire, England
St. Michael's, Macclsesfield, Cheshire, England

Marriage site of William & Isabelle Hiberte Swindal, December 10th, 1598

8th great grandfather of the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars (1894-1985) 
 
1278
St. Peters Parish Church
St. Peters Parish Church
The records of St. Peters Parrish show that the first five of Edward and Elizabeth's six children were baptized or christened in this church...Brian Reeves 
 
1279
St. Swithun's Church, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England
St. Swithun's Church, Sandy, Bedfordshire, England
Marriage location of Ann Langley (1590-1677) and Richard Ingersoll (1586-1644) 
 
1280
St. Thomas a Becket Church, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
St. Thomas a Becket Church, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England

Burial place for:

William Ludlowe (1397-1478) is the 16th great grandfather of the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars (1894-1985)
and his son,
John Ludlowe (1425-1487) who is the 15th great grandfather of the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars (1894-1985)

 
 
1281
Stafford Castle, Stafford, Staffordshire, England
Stafford Castle, Stafford, Staffordshire, England
Ralph de Stafford sealed a contract with a master mason in 1347, ordering a castle to be built on the castle mound. The rectangular stone Keep originally had a tower in each corner, but was later adapted, with a fifth tower being added on in the middle of the North Wall (actually facing west). Some three years later, Ralph, who had been one of the King's leading commanders in the first phases of the Hundred Years' War, was created first Earl of Stafford, a signal honour. 
 
1282
standrewschurch.jpg
standrewschurch.jpg
 
 
1283
Statue of Alfred the Great by Hamo Thornycroft in Winchester, unveiled during the millenary commemoration of Alfred's death.
Statue of Alfred the Great by Hamo Thornycroft in Winchester, unveiled during the millenary commemoration of Alfred's death.
 
 
1284
Statue of Liberty
Statue of Liberty

Emily Sue Mitchell, Urbanie Eliza Maes' great granddaughter, in New York, with the Statue of Liberty in the background taken in 2012.

That was 90 years after Emily's Great Grandmother was in the same location.
 
 
1285
Statue of Matilda of Flanders, one of the twenty Reines de France et Femmes illustres in the Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris, by Carle Elshoecht (1850)
Statue of Matilda of Flanders, one of the twenty Reines de France et Femmes illustres in the Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris, by Carle Elshoecht (1850)
 
 
1286
Stef's Family
Stef's Family
 
 
1287
Stef's Great Great Grandfather
Stef's Great Great Grandfather
Front Row 2nd from Left is Don Larcom (who m. Thelma Hacker) and 4th over from the Left is my Great Great Grandfather Charles Hacker! A HUGE thanks to Dennis Fabian for the photo :)  
 
1288
Stefani & Fahad
Stefani & Fahad
Anniversary Photo taken in July of 2011 at their home in Tennessee 
 
1289
Stefani Kae Hennessee Castle Saleem
Stefani Kae Hennessee Castle Saleem
 
 
1290
Stephen & Mira Jones
Stephen & Mira Jones
Photo provided by Stephen Lamar Jones, June 22, 2014 
 
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Stephen Pierce Jones (1857-1920)
Stephen Pierce Jones (1857-1920)
Photo provided by Stephen Lamar Jones, June 22, 2014
 
 
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Sterling Smith Gray (1866-1958)
Sterling Smith Gray (1866-1958)

Born in Virginia and raised his family in Texas...
Grandfather to Robert Nelson Gray 
 
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Stone Henge
Stone Henge
 
 
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Stone Whilhite Hennessee, Sr. (1914-2001)
Stone Whilhite Hennessee, Sr. (1914-2001)

Photo provided by his loving daughter, Linda Hennessee Taylor and emailed by his grandson, Patrick Hennessee 
 
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Stonewall Jackson Byars (1875-1949)
Stonewall Jackson Byars (1875-1949)
 
 
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stthomasabecketchurch.jpg
stthomasabecketchurch.jpg
 
 
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Sue Tiffany
Sue Tiffany
Sue & I have been sharing family information since 2002. She is a joy to work with as we both share a common sense of accuracy in our family research...DAH

Photo taken about 1983 
 
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Supper at Aunt Bessie's...
Supper at Aunt Bessie's...
McMinnville, Tennessee 
 
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Susan Ann Wasson Hennessee (1837-
Susan Ann Wasson Hennessee (1837-

Photo provided Jerry & Ruth Still, October 8, 2014 | 269.463.3026 | culvrrr@aim.com 
 
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Susan Cora Watkins Snipes (1839-1902)
Susan Cora Watkins Snipes (1839-1902)

Susan Cora C. Watkins, was the daughter of Thomas S. Watkins of KY and Susan J. ?? of VA, and was born in Warren Co., TN.

Susan married Britton Fletcher Snipes Nov. 15, 1855, in Warren Co., TN.

They had 13 children: Silas, Thomas, Ida, James, Alfred, Connie, John, Josiah, Robert, Lizzie, Absalom, Hattie, and Leon. 
 

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