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201 in an ambush by forces of Guy of Lusignan. Salisbury, Sir Patrick of Knight, 1st Earl of Salisbury (I43854)
 
202 in an automobile accident Burns, Walter (I10451)
 
203 in an unmarked grave...

View the Old Hennessee Cemetery... http://www.tngennet.org/warren/cemeteries/Hen.html 
Harrison, Nancy (I188)
 
204 in auto accident... Hennessee, Jackie Dee (I1538)
 
205 in child-birth... Dodson, Tabitha (I6458)
 
206 in childbirth... Swindle, Mollie (I2224)
 
207 in the household are 3 white males 15-20, 2 white male 20-30, and 1 white female 50-60). Family F10745
 
208 In the household are 6 white males under 21, , 1 white female 21+, and 2 white females under 21. Family F10745
 
209 in the royal presence... Family F15444
 
210 in University of Texas Medical Branch Hospitals... Staton, Gladys (I39462)
 
211 Includes NotesNotes for Thomas Long:
BIRTH-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Baltimore County Families by Robert Barnes;1659-1746; p 409; Santa Clara Public Library.

LAND: Maryland Genealogical Bulletin, Vol. 9, p. 45: Land grant in 1689 to Thomas Long and wife from John Hails, 136 acres at Pt. Dickerson.

Ibid. Vol. 12 p. 25: Land Grants Baltimore Co. MD, 1682, Thomas Pert from Thomas Long and wife, 100 acres in Norwich; 1674, John Leakins from Thomas Long, "Rich Neck", 74 acres; 1671 - Thomas Long from Peter Sterling, Power of attorney.

More About Thomas Long:
Identifier Number: 4436.
Record Change: 11 May 2004

More About Thomas Long and Mary:
Marriage: Abt. 1676, of Baltimore Co., Maryland. 
Long, Thomas (I40600)
 
212 Inscibed on his tombstone, "CO B 2 NC INF / SP AM WAR" Hennessee, Daniel Lafayette "Dan" (I1229)
 
213 Inscription:

'Hic jacet magister Nicolaius Girlingtonius Hackforthiensis familie, armiger preclarus, vera pietate insignis et omni splendoris genere instructissimus qui ex hac vita migravit, decimo die Januaryii An. Dom. 1584--etatis sue vero 76.'

[Translation: Here lies Master Nicholas Girlington of Hackforth, armor bearer, fully imbued with true piety, he departed this life the 10th day of January the year of our Lord 1584 at the age of but 76.] 
Girlington, Nicholas III (I35644)
 
214 intestate Cantrell, Stephen (I4301)
 
215 intestate in Phelps County... Dodd, James (I32698)
 
216 Iroqouis Nation,Pre-Colonial America, Virginia Flower, Cleopatra Scent (I26927)
 
217 Isabella was the illegitimate daughter of William the Lion, King of Scots by the daughter of Richard Avenel... Mac William, Isabella (I46149)
 
218 Isle Of Wight, New England, Eastern VA?
Posted by: Thomas M. Tucker Date: July 30, 2000 at 11:53:49
of 7551


Does anyone know if Charles L. Cobb, b. abt 1735 Bedford Cty. VA., m. Ann Walton b. 1729/30 VA.,- Thomas Cobb b. abt 1710 VA m. Susannah Unknown abt 1730, is in the Ambrose line, Pharoah line, the New England line or some other line.

I ask the same question about Susannah Cobb b. 1702, New Kent, VA, M. William Walton b. 25 Dec. 1700 New Kent, VA,- John Cobb b. abt 1676 Northampton Cty., VA M. Susannah Hughes, b. abt 1680.
Some folks refer to these cobbs as the Albermarle County Cobbs.

Thank you for taking the time to answer.

Tom 
Cobb, John (I27843)
 
219 Jeremiah Pickett Hale is only known child of Francis Hale and Sarah Pickett. Elizabeth B. Hale and Sarah Hale probably are their children, but their is no proof at this time (1998). It is possible that Sarah Pickett may have died in childbirth.
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Marriage bond of Francis Hale and Sarah Pickett
We Francis Haile and James Mendinghall are hereby held and firmly bound unto Ralph Gorrel, Esq as chairman of Guilford County Court in the sum of five hundred pounds which payment will and truly to be made we bind ourselves our heirs, exec and admdr severally and firmly by these presents sealed with our seals and dated this 10th day of August 1802.
The condition of the above obligation is such whereas the above bounded Francis Hale hath this day obtained a license for a marriage to be celebrated between him and wife Sarah Pickett---now if nothing shall hereafter appear to obstruct the said marriage lawfully, then the above obligation to be void otherwise to remain in full force and virtue--signed sealed and delivered in presents of [can't make out names of witnesses].
Francis Hale (his mark)
James Mendinghall

Marriage bond of Francis Hale and Pricilla Lamb (Surry Co., N.C., 15 Jan 1808)
Know all men by these presents that we Francis Hail, James Fitzgerald, Thomas Logins, Thomas C. Burch and Jesse Johns & John East are held and firmly bound to his Excellency Benjamin Williams, Esq., governor, captain-general and commander in chief and to his successors in office in the final sum of five hundred pounds current money of North Carolina, for the true payment thereof we bind ourselves jointly by these presents, sealed with our seals and dated this 15th day of January 1808.
The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bound Francis Hail both prayed and obtained a licence to solemnize the rites of matrimony between him and Pricilla Lamb. Now if there shall not hereafter appear any just cause to obstruct the marriage, then the above obligation to be void, otherwise to remain in full force in law.
Signed, sealed, and delivered
in presence of s/J. Fitzgerald
s/Thos Logins
s/Thos Burch
s/Jesse Johnson
s/John East
H. Ton (?)
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DEED FROM JOHN VIA TO FRANCIS HALE, 96 ACRES, FRANKLIN CO., VA, 10 MAR 1804, PROVED 3 APR 1804; (DEEDS ON SAME DAYS FOR SAME AMOUNTS FROM JOHN VIA TO THOMAS HALE AND WILLIAM HALE)
This indenture made this tenth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and four between John Via __of Franklin County of the one part and Francis Hale of the sd county of the other. Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of twenty pounds to him in hand paid by the sd Francis Hale, the receipt whereof the sd John Via doth hereby acknowledge, have bargained & sold, and by these presents doth frant, bargain, sell, and deliver and confirm unto the sd Francis Hale, his heirs and assigns a caertain tract or parcel of land containing ninety-six acres be the same more of less, situate, lying and being in Franklin County on the waters of Runnet Bag Creek, and bounded as followeth, to with: Beginning at a corner Spanish oak, the west side of the road, thence up a ridge bearing the south side ten poles to a dogwood on a branch, South fifty-nine degrees east of a southwest course to a white oak, thence along a line south ten degrees, eaast twenty-six poles to Pointers, south eighty-two degrees, East forty-two poles to a white oak, south fourteen degrees, west twenty-eight poles to a white oak, thence new ling East strate course to Spanish oak on the sd Road, thence with the sd road to the Beginning. To have and to hold the above granted land and premises with all appurtenances and priveleges thereunto belonging to the siad Francis Hale, his heirs and assigns, and the said John Via and his heirs doth warrant and forever defend the above granted land and promist unto the said Francis Hale his heirs and assigns forever.
In witness whereof he the said John Via has set his hand and offered his seal the day and year above written.
Signed, sealed & delivered s/ John Via [seal]
in the presence of us:
s/ Thos. Hale
s/ Wm Hale
s/ Dennis Sheridan

At a court held for Franklin County at the courthouse the 3rd day of April 1804
This indenture of bargain and sale between John Via of the one part and Francis Hale of the other part, was proved by the oath of Thomas Hale, William Hale, and Dennis Sheridan, the witnesses hereto and ordered to be recorded.
Teste James Callaway, CFC

Married to:

reports
?woman Sarah Pickett?? PRIVACY FILTER
Children:

1. reports
?woman Sarah Hale?? PRIVACY FILTER
2. reports
?woman Elizabeth B. Hale?? married to ?Lewis Wade? PRIVACY FILTER
3. reports
?man Jeremiah Pickett Hale?? married to ?Nancy Jane Wade?
Born ?1806 Virginia, died ?17 May 1882 Pikeville, Bledsoe Co., TN?, 75 or 76 years. Occupation: Doctor
[Hale.FTW]

An old Bible record found in Decatur Co., GA gives births of Jeremiah Pickett Hale and Nancy Jane Wade, as well as for several of their children:

Jeremiah Pickett Hale b. 15 Jan 1811
Nancy Wade b. 20 Dec 1803
Married 1827
Issue:
Sparrel Chancellor Hale 1829
Creed Hale 1831
Caroline Melinda Hale 1 Mar 1835
Catherine Amelia Hale 8 Mar 1837
Ruth Loutitia Hale 25 May 1839
John Powell Hale 1841
Martha Jane Hale 20 Dec 1843 d. 24 Dec 1915
The dates for Jeremiah and Nancy differ from other sources.

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Jeremiah Pickett Hale and his wife, Nancy Jane Wade Hale, are buried in the Pikeville Community Cemetery, Pikeville, Bledsoe County, TN

Jeremiah Pickett Hale was son of Francis Hale, and grandson of Thomas Hale and his first wife, Rachel Sheridan. His grandfather married, second, Nancy Wood. Two of the children of that marriage, Peter W. Hale (m. Sarah Manning) and Elizabeth Hale, (m. Samuel Manning), migrated to White County (Sparta) TN in 1837. These two were half-brother and sister to Jeremiah Pickett Hale's father, Francis Hale, but they were near the same age as Jeremiah Pickett Hale. In late 1840's, Jeremiah Pickett Hale and his family migrated to TN, first to Cannon Co.; then to Van Buren Co., then settled in Bledsoe Co. All these counties are adjacent to White County, where his half uncle and aunt and their families lived at the time. (They later, 1851, migrated to Illinois.)

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FAMILY TALE ABOUT THE MIGRATION OF THE JEREMIAH PICKETT HALE FAMILY
(As told by his g-granddaughter, Eliza Jane Ewell Anderson)

Jerry Hale walked from Virginia with his family when Aunt Ruth White was small.
Her carried her across the natural bridge. They came to Pikeville [Tenn.].
Creed and Sparrel got mad and left Pikeville and settled at Pea Ridge.
[NOTE: Actually Jeremiah Pickett Hale brought his family to Cannon Co.--they were there on 1850 census. Before the 1860 census, all the family, except Creed and Sparrel, were in Van Buren Co., Creed and Sparrel had married and remained in Cannon Co., By the 1870 census, Jeremiah and his family were in Bledsoe Co., living in Pikeville, where they lived until both he and his wife died. They are buried in the Pikeville cemetery. It is, of course, possible that Creed and Sparrel initially moved from Cannon Co., with the rest of the family, and did actually "get mad" and return to Cannon Co. However, the more likely story is that their wives wanted to remain in Cannon Co., so, of course, they did.


2nd marriage
reports
?man Francis Marion Hale??, son of Thomas Hale and Rachel Sheridan?.

Married to:

reports
?woman Pricilla Lamb?? PRIVACY FILTER
Children:

1. reports
?woman Miriam Hale?? married to ?John Clark?
Born ? 1809?
2. reports
?man Hiram Hale?? married to ?Sarah Franklin?
Born ? 1810 Franklin Co., VA?
3. reports
?man Alfred Hale?? married to ?Emaline Hodges?
Born ? 1812 Franklin Co., VA?
4. reports
?man Simmons Hale?? married to ?Eveline R. Johnson?
Born ? 1814 Franklin Co., VA, died ?11 May 1859 Franklin Co., VA?, approximately 45 years
5. reports
?man Francis Marion Hale Jr.?? married to ?Letitia Martin?
Born ? 1823 Franklin Co., VA, died ? 1862?, approximately 39 years
[Hale.FTW]

Francis Marion Hale, Jr., died in Civil War.
6. reports
?man Isaac Hale?? married to ?Cerena Jane Shively?
Born ? 1824?
7. reports
?man John Powell Hale?? married to ?Vely Annn Martin?
Born ?19 Jun 1827 Franklin Co., VA, died ?1862?, 34 or 35 years
[Hale.FTW]

John Powell Hale died in Civil War.
8. reports
?woman Sarah Lee Hale?? married to ?John D. Prather?
Born ?1829 Franklin Co., VA, died ?9 Sep 1916 Franklin Co., VA?, 86 or 87 years
[Hale.FTW]

Death certificate of Sarah Lee Hale Prather says that her parents were Frank and Pricilla Hale.
9. reports
?woman Mary Jane Hale?? married to ?William H. Johnson?
Born ?1834 Franklin Co., VA, died ?12 Oct 1929 Franklin Co., VA-Buried in Johnson Family Cem.?, 94 or 95 years
10. reports
?woman Malinda A. Hale?? married to ?John Janney?
Born ?1837 Franklin Co., VA, died ?31 May 1894 Near Petersburg, Monroe Co., West Virginia?, 56 or 57 years


3rd marriage
reports
?man Francis Marion Hale??, son of Thomas Hale and Rachel Sheridan?.

Married to:

reports
?woman Nancy Leffew?? PRIVACY FILTER
Children:

1. reports
?man Thomas Polk Hale?? married to ?Anna Eula Hundley?
Born ?Mar 1846 Franklin Co., VA, died ?after 1914 Patrick Co., VA?, at least 68 years
[Hale.FTW]

Thomas Polk Hale served in Co. F. 18 TN Inf. C.S.A.
2. reports
?man Jehu Hale??
Born ?1847, died ?after 1860?, at least 13 years
3. reports
?woman Frances P. Hale?? married to ?James A. Janney?
Born ?Jun 1850 Franklin Co., VA, died ?10 Nov 1925?, 75 years
4. reports
?man James A. Hale??
Born ?1852, died ?after 1870?, at least 18 years
5. reports
?man William J. Hale?? married to ?Lucy J. (Hale)?
Born ?1853, died ?after 1910?, at least 57 years
6. reports
?man Burwell Hale??
Born ?1855, died ?after 1860?, at least 5 years
7. reports
?woman Louisa Hale?? married to ?Robert Davis?
Born ?1857, died ?after 1900?, at least 43 years
8. reports
?man Samuel Hale??
Born ?1859, died ?after 1900?, at least 41 years


Should you need to contact me, my email address is kevinbandy68@gmail.com

This family tree file is an extension of https://bailifffamily.com

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Hale, Francis Marion (I31308)
 
220 John Dun was born circa 1430 at Kidwell, Wales.2 He was the son of Gwyffd ap Dwn.2 He married Elizabeth Hastinges, daughter of Sir Leonard Hastinges and Alice de Camoys, in 1462.2 He died in 1469 at Edgcote, Oxfordshire, England.2 He was also reported to have died in 1503.2

He was also known as John Donne.2

Children of John Dun and Elizabeth Hastinges

Ann Dun2
Margaret Dun+1 b. c 1468

Citations

[S145] George Naylor, The Register's of Thorrington (n.n.: n.n., 1888). Hereinafter cited as Registers of Thorrington.
[S3470] Marian Hastings, "re: Hastings Family," e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 31 Deember 2008. Hereinafter cited as "re: Hastings Family." 
Donne, Sir John (I43490)
 
221 JOHN WOODSON2

John2 Woodson has been generally accepted as the son of John and Sarah Woodson of Flowerdew Hundred and Piercey's Hundred. He may have been born about 1632. John was listed among the tithables living at "Curles" in Henrico County on 2, June 1679. It is interesting to note that, while the brother, John and Robert, had not been identified as Mister in the list of tithables of 1679, they were so identified in their land patents. None of the Woodson men of that time were literate; however, they were substantial citizens and respected planters. He was further listed as one of forty men who were ordered by the court to "fitt out men horse and arms" according to the Act of the Assembly. He was credited with three tithables and John Woodson, Jr., his son, was credited with two.

John married about 1660, but the name of his wife and the mother of his children is not known. It's possible that Mary Plesants was the mother of his children. He apparently married a second time to Sarah Browne, the widow of John Browne. When she made her will, she left her personal property to the children of her first marriage.

John died in 1684. He made his will on 20, August 1684 and his son, John3, presented it in court on 1, October 1684. In his will he named his brother Robert's four youngest children.

Mrs. Sarah Browne Woodson, widow, took it upon herself to operate the ferry that her son, Jeremiah Browne, has contracted to maintain. She informed the court in 1690 that it was she, who had kept the ferry, and she was entitled to the county levy. She paid 2000 pounds of tobacco yearly until her death for keeping the ferry. Sarah Woodson, widow, was credited with 650 acres of land in the quit rents rolls of 1704 for Henrico County. She wrote her will on 24, February 1701 and her daughter, Temperance Farrar, was granted probate of the will on 1, November, 1704 in Henrico County.

Children of John Woodson2 and his 1st wife (unknown):

1. John Woodson3, born before 1663 in Virginia

2. Robert Woodson, whose later whereabouts or children, after he was named in his father's will, are unknown. Had two children: Jane and Samuel. 
Woodson, John II (I43317)
 
222 JOHN WOODSON3

John3 Woodson, son of John2 Woodson and his wife (name unknown), was born before 1663, in Henrico Co., VA. and died there before 1 May 1700, aged about 37 years.

He married about 1677 to Mary Tucker, daughter of Capt. Samuel Tucker and his wife Jane Larcome. Mary Woodson died in 1710 in Henrico County. She is said to have been the orphan of a ship's captain. The name of Samuel Tucker's vessel was the Vinetree. He was trading on the Virginia coast and perhaps died at sea. His widow, Jane (Larcome) Tucker, then married John Pleasants, of Curles, Henrico County, VA.

John's will, was proved in court 1, May 1700. His widow made her will on 24, September 1709 and it was proved 1, August 1710 in the Henrico Court at Varina. Her mother, Jane Pleasants had only died the previous year. Her will is dated 2, January 1708/09 and was proved at the same court in June 1709, it shows she had Tucker and Pleasants offspring, and also names some of her Woodson grandchildren.

Children of John Woodson3 and Mary Tucker Woodson:

1. Joseph Woodson married three times, first to Mary Sanburne, second Elizabeth Scott and third Elizabeth Murry.

2. Samuel Tucker Woodson, died 1718 without issue, will 1717, proved 7, July 1718, naming brothers Joseph and Benjamin, sister Jane and cousin Tarleton.

3. Benjamin Woodson, born about 1693, Henrico County, VA. Married Frances Napier. See Napier Family.

4. Jane Woodson married her first cousin, once removed, Joseph Woodson, son of Robert2 Woodson (John1) and wife Elizabeth Ferris. 
Woodson, John III (I43324)
 
223 John, Earl of Atholl, was hanged in London, Middlesex, England on 7 November 1306, on a gallows 30 feet higher than ordinary. This was to signify his higher status than his fellow prisoners, no earl had been executed in England for 230 years. His body was burnt and his head fixed on London Bridge. Strathbogie, Sir John of 9th Earl of Atholl (I50253)
 
224 Kenneth II (a.k.a. Cinaed mac Mail Choluim) lived from 932 to 995 and was King of Alba from 971 to 995. The wider picture in Scotland at the time is set out in our Historical Timeline. Kenneth was the son of Malcolm I and brother to King Duff, who had ruled until 966. He became King of Alba on the killing of his predecessor, King Culen, by the Britons of Strathclyde, though it was no until he killed Culen's brother Amlaib in 977 that he was able to rule unchallenged.

Kenneth II spent much of his reign in conflict. He first fought the Britons of Strathclyde, before turning his attention to Northumbria, where he further secured Alba's hold on the lands between the River Forth and the River Tweed against the ever present threat of King Edgar's English forces.

In the north, Scottish claims were being constantly challenged by Sigurd, Earl of Orkney, and much of Caithness, Easter Ross and Inverness-Shire were under Viking control. Kenneth strengthened his ties with the Irish nobility by marrying a Princess of Leinster. They had at least one son, who went on to become Malcolm II.

After a reign of 24 years Kenneth was killed in Fettercairn. According to the chronciles of John of Fordun, this was as a result of a plot mounted by Lady Finella, the daughter of the Earl of Angus. After the murder Finella fled to St Cyrus before being caught and executed. Kenneth II was buried in the graveyard at Saint Oran's Chapel on the Isle of Iona. Kenneth II was succeeded by his third cousin Constantine III, son of King Culen.

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Scotland, Kenneth II of King of Alba (I51107)
 
225 killed by a horse Hicks, George P. (I19481)
 
226 LEGER

Born: ABT 1089

Notes: Granted lands to Battle Abbey in conjunction with his father in the time of Henry I.

Father: William De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Mother: Cecilia De ROMNEY

Geoffrey De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Born: ABT 1087, Fairligh, Sussex, England

Father: William De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Mother: Cecilia De ROMNEY

Married: Agnes De CLARE (b. ABT 1091) ABT 1112, Fairligh, Sussex, England

Children:

1. Reginald De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

2. Thomas De St. LEGER

3. William De St. LEGER

4. Goddard De St. LEGER of Goderville

Thomas De St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1115

Died: 1183

Notes: Inherited Fairlight in Sussex and the lordships of St Leger at Foucarmont and Bois Hubert in Normany France. He is mentioned in documents of the Priory at Lewes in Sussex and the Abbey of St. Martin, Battle. In 1150 he was a witness when his brother Reginald gave his manor at Cortesley to the priory at Lewes. At the same time he witnessed the gift of land and sea at Winchelsea by his brother Geoffrey to Battle Abbey. Helped to Found the Priory at Robertsbridge, Sussex.

Father: Geoffrey De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Mother: Agnes De CLARE

Married: Alice De St. MARTIN (dau. of Walter De St. Martin)

Children:

1. Jean De St. LEGER

2. Wizo De St. LEGER (b. 1161 - d. 1205)

3. Richard De St. LEGER

4. Walter De St. LEGER (Monk at Fourcamont)

5. William De St. LEGER (Monk at Fourcamont)

6. Alicia De St. LEGER

Alicia De St. LEGER

Father: Thomas De St. LEGER

Mother: Alice De St. MARTIN

Married: Enguerrand De BOUAFFLES

Jean De St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1160

Died: 1216

Notes: Living mainly on his French lands in Normandy whilst his brother Wizo cared fo the lands at Fairlight in Sussex. As a result of his feudal duties accompanied the French King Phillip August on his conquest of Normandy, placed thus in a bad position, in reprisal the English King confiscated his English lands and arrested him on reconquering Normandy. Jean was held prisoner at Corfe Castle in Dorset for many years.The Barons revolt allowed the St. Leger family to offer ransom release aided by the Master Templar Roger St. Leger on 30 Aug 1216.

Father: Thomas De St. LEGER

Mother: Alice De St. MARTIN

Married: Heudiart De DENE

Children:

1. Geoffrey De St. LEGER

2. Walter De St. LEGER

3. Henri De St. LEGER (Abbot of Bec-Hellouin)

Henri De St. LEGER (Abbot of Bec-Hellouin)

Born: ABT 1182

Notes: Benedictine Monk. 14th Abbot of the Abbey of Bec-Hellouin in the Bishopric of Evreux France. "A personage of High Birth and very educated in his ways". Blessed by Theobald Archbishop of Rouen before his appointment in 1223.He was involved in the building aqueducts for bringing water to different parts of the Abbey.

Father: Jean De St. LEGER

Mother: Heudiart De DENE

Walter De St. LEGER

Died: ABT 1247

Notes: Lord of Campgneuseville.

Father: Jean De St. LEGER

Mother: Heudiart De DENE

Married: ?

Children:

1. Heudiert De St. LEGER

Heudiert De St. LEGER

Father: Walter De St. LEGER

Mother: ?

Married 1: Thomas De CLAIES

Married 2: Pierre De La CHAPELLE

Geoffrey De St. LEGER

Died: ABT 1240

Father: Jean De St. LEGER

Mother: Heudiart De DENE

Married: Phillippa De BAILLEUL

Children:

1. Emma De St. LEGER

2. Thomas De St. LEGER

3. William De St. LEGER

4. John De St. LEGER (Chaplain of Windsor)

Emma De St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1210

Father: Geoffrey De St. LEGER

Mother: Phillippa De BAILLEUL

Married: Walter De BASKERVILLE

William De St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1210

Father: Geoffrey De St. LEGER

Mother: Phillippa De BAILLEUL

Married: Alicia ?

Children:

1. Alicia De St. LEGER

Alicia De St. LEGER

Father: William De St. LEGER

Mother: Alica ?

Married: Robert De BEAUCHAMP

Children:

1. James De BEAUCHAMP (d. 1285)

Thomas De St. LEGER

Born: 1210

Died: 1250

Father: Geoffrey De St. LEGER

Mother: Phillippa De BAILLEUL

Married: ?

Children:

1. Geoffrey De St. LEGER

William De St. LEGER

Notes: Lord of the Manor of Sowkerness or Sockernersh a manor situated in the extreme North of the parish of Brightling in the area of Battle Abbey about thirty kilometres from the sea. The present house erected on the ruins of the old in Elizabethan times is built in the same style as the ancient Norman manors. He had there an important forge for the manufacture of arms and armour. This was an importance source of revenue. He also owned other property beside the sea between the towns of Rye and Winchelsea. Witness to donations to Lewe.

Father: Geoffrey De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Mother: Agnes De CLARE

Married: Avelina ?

Children:

1. Isabel De St. LEGER

2. Dau. De St. LEGER

3. Agnes De St. LEGER

4. Roger De St. LEGER (Sir)

Isabel De St. LEGER

Father: William De St. LEGER

Mother: Avelina ?

Married: Robert De HASTINGS

Children:

1. William De HASTINGS

Dau. De St. LEGER

Father: William De St. LEGER

Mother: Avelina ?

Married: Fulke D'OIRY

Children:

1. William D'OIRY

Agnes De St. LEGER

Father: William De St. LEGER

Mother: Avelina ?

Married: Mathew De BEAUMAIS

Children:

1. Ralph De BEAUMAIS

Roger De St. LEGER (Sir)

Notes: At the end of the 12th century Sir Roger gave to the monks of Robert sbridge all the tithes of his lands at Sokerness and the seas around Rye, situated between the lands of Robert de Crevecouer and the town of Winchelsea. Master of the Knights Templar 1217.

Father: William De St. LEGER

Mother: Avelina ?

Married: ?

Children:

1. William De St. LEGER (Sir)

William De St. LEGER (Sir)

Father: Roger De St. LEGER (Sir)

Mother: ?

Married: Dau. De MUNDEFIELD

Children:

1. Roger De St. LEGER

2. Adam De St. LEGER

3. Laurent De St. LEGER

Roger De St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1220

Died: 1270

Notes: Lord of Sowkerness. He also possessed property between Rye and Winchelsea. Important salt marshes.

Father: William De St. LEGER (Sir)

Mother: Dau. De MUNDEFIELD

Married: Margery ?

Children:

1. William De St. LEGER

William De St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1245

Father: Roger De St. LEGER

Mother: Margery ?

Married: Christina ?

Children:

1. Isabel De St. LEGER

2. Margery De St. LEGER

Isabel De St. LEGER

Father: William De St. LEGER

Mother: Christina ?

Married: Robert De ECHYNGHAM

Laurent De St. LEGER

Died: 1275

Father: William De St. LEGER (Sir)

Mother: Dau. De MUNDEFIELD

Married: Agnes De BORDENAY

Children:

1. Geoffrey De St. LEGER

2. William De St. LEGER

Reginald De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Born: ABT 1115, Wartling, Sussex, England

Died: 1176

Notes: Honour of Dunster? Gave Knights Service to William the Marshall. Made two extremely important marriages to the heiress of the family of Eu in France and secondly to the heiress of the de la Mare family descended from Rollo Duke of Normandy.

Father: Geoffrey De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Mother: Agnes De CLARE

Married 1: Helisende De EU

Children:

1. Emma De St. LEGER

2. William De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

3. Geoffrey De St. LEGER

4. Reginald De St. LEGER

Married 2: Hawise De La MARE

Geoffrey De St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1135, Wartling, Sussex, England

Notes: Served in Ireland with William de Clare. Owner of the manors of Offley and Cockernhoe. It is recorded that the steward and the Earl of Gloucester and an armed force destroyed the house at Offley by fire. (Ref Annals of the Priory of Dunstable). The reason is not known.

Father: Reginald De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Mother: Helisende De EU

Married: Isabelle ?

Children:

1. Geoffrey FITZGEOFFREY (d. 1240) (m. Agnes ?)

Reginald De St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1135, Wartling, Sussex, England

Notes: Barony of Dunster of Norman Origon given by William the Conqueror to William de Mohun. Reginald St. Leger paid a feoffe of 1?Knights Service to the Barony as stated by the "Honour of Dunster" The Barony owned estates in Somerset, Dorset, Wilts and Devon. He was Lord of Totbeare in Dorset.

Father: Reginald De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Mother: Helisende De EU

Married: Juliana RUSSELL

Children:

1. Reginald St. LEGER of Totbeare

Emma De St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1149, Wartling, Sussex, England

Father: Reginald De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Mother: Helisende De EU

Married: Hugh De LONGCHAMP (b. ABT 1149) ABT 1174, Wilton, Herefordshire, England

Children:

1. Henry De LONGCHAMP (b. ABT 1177 - d. ABT 1212)

2. Geoffrey De LONGCHAMP (b. ABT 1175)

William De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Born: ABT 1155

Died: 1220

Buried: Ulcombe Church, Kent, England

Notes: A follower of William Marshall, Earl of Pembroke. Served in Ireland. Received Rosconnel and Tullaghanbrogue with large grants of Westmeath. Constable of Carmarthen, Wales 1180- 1198. Sheriff of Pembroke 1208. Father of the St Legers of County Kilkenny.

Father: Reginald De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Mother: Helisende De EU

Married: Joan De SACKVILLE

Children:

1. Geoffrey De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

2. Alice De St. LEGER

3. Son De St. LEGER

4. William De St. LEGER (Sir)

William De St. LEGER (Sir)

Born: ABT 1195
Father: William De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Mother: Joan De SACKVILLE

Married 1: Alice ? (w. of Robert De Mucegros)
Married 2: Isabel De GLANVILLE

Geoffrey De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Born: ABT 1190
Father: William De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Mother: Joan De SACKVILLE

Married: Jeanne ?
Children:

1. William De St. LEGER

William De St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1210
Died: 1262

Father: Geoffrey De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)
Mother: Jeanne ?

Married: Sibille De ETCHINGHAM
Children:

1. Geoffrey De St. LEGER

2. Simon De St. LEGER

Geoffrey De St. LEGER

Born: 1240
Died: 1272

Father: William De St. LEGER / Thomas De St. LEGER

Mother: Sibille De ETCHINGHAM / ?

Married: Agnes De WARBLINGTON 1264

Children:

1. John De St. LEGER

2. Thomas De St. LEGER

John De St. LEGER

Born: 1267
Died: 1311

Father: Geoffrey De St. LEGER

Mother: Agnes De WARBLINGTON

Married: Isabelle De HAVERING

Children:

1. John De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

2. Richard De St. LEGER

3. Thomas De St. LEGER

John De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Born: 1290
Died: 20 Aug 1326

Notes: Died after being thrown from or kicked by his horse. In the Abbey of St Albans there is a chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary donated by John St. Leger and Thomas de Hoo. John de St. Leger sought protection for his journey to Carmarthen Wales. in 1322 The subsidy rolls for Hertfordshire indicate that St. Legers were paying taxes on movable property in 1301.

Father: John De St. LEGER

Mother: Isabelle De HAVERING

Married: Jeanne ?

Children:

1. Isabel De St. LEGER

Isabel De St. LEGER

Born: 16 Jun 1321, Holcote, Northamptonshire, England
Died: 12 Jul 1393

Buried: St. Albans Cathedral, Hertfordshire, England

Father: John De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Mother: Jeanne ?

Married: Thomas De HOO (Sir) (b. ABT 1318) BEF 16 Jun 1335

Children:

1. William De HOO (Sir) (m. Alice De St. Omer)

2. Joan De HOO (b. ABT 1358 - d. 30 May 1394) (m. Henry Ferrers, 4 B. Ferrers of Groby)

3. Thomas De HOO (Sir)

4. John De HOO

Ralph De St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1091, Fairligh, Sussex, England

Died: ABT 1150

Notes: Head of the families of Kent and Devon in England and of Cork in Ireland Witnessed a gift by his brother Geoffrey to Battle Abbey, between 1125/40.

Father: William De St. LEGER (Sir Knight)

Mother: Cecilia De ROMNEY

Married: Dau. De CREVEQUER

Children:

1. Gilbert De St. LEGER

2. Hamo De St. LEGER of Icklesahm (b. 1122)

3. Robert De St. LEGER

Robert De St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1125

Died: 1166

Notes: With his father and his uncle Clarambauld subscribed to a donation with Richard de Port-Mort and his wife Adelize to the Abbey of the Holy Trinity at Rouen.

Father: Ralph De St. LEGER
Mother: Dau. De CREVEQUER

Gilbert De St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1120
Buried: ABT 1175

Father: Ralph De St. LEGER
Mother: Dau. De CREVEQUER

Married: ?

Children:

1. Ralph St. LEGER

2. Richard St. LEGER

3. Robert St. LEGER

Robert St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1146

Notes: Witness with his brother and father to the donations to the priory at Leeds by Robert de Crevecouer and his son Daniel. The first witness was the Count of Clare (Strongbow), the conqueror of Ireland.

Father: Gilbert De St. LEGER

Mother: ?

Ralph St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1170, Ulcombe, Kent, England

Died: 1201
Notes: accompanied Richard I to Palestine for the third Crusade, taking a distinguished part in the siege of Acre in 1187. He had been in the Holy Land for 15 years.He returned to England around 1201. As his son carried the same name there are confusions but a "Ralph St. Leger" was a signatory to Magna Carta in 1215. Stemmata Leodegaria. His tomb still exists in Ulcombe Church.

Father: Gilbert De St. LEGER

Mother: ?

Married: ?

Children:

1. Hugh St. LEGER of Knolton

2. Ralph St. LEGER

Hugh St. LEGER of Knolton

Father: Ralph St. LEGER

Mother: ?

Married: Mabilia ?

Children:

1. John St. LEGER

John St. LEGER

Born: 1217

Father: Hugh St. LEGER of Knolton

Mother: Mabilia ?

Married: Matilde De CORNHILL

Children:

1. Hugh St. LEGER of Knolton

2. Sara St. LEGER

Hugh St. LEGER of Knolton

Died: 1254

Father: John St. LEGER

Mother: Matilde De CORNHILL

Ralph St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1196, Ulcombe, Kent, England

Died: 1220
Father: Ralph St. LEGER

Mother: ?

Married: Dau. De MALEMAINS

Children:

1. John St. LEGER / John St. LEGER of Ulcombe (Sir)

2. Robert St. LEGER (Prior of Dover) (b. ABT 1192 - d. 1246)

3. Thomas St. LEGER (Bishop of Meath)

Thomas St. LEGER (Bishop of Meath)

Born: 1240, Ulcombe, Kent, England

Died: 1320
Notes: Archdeacon of Kells c1275. An Anglo Norman his election as Bishop of Meath was strongly opposed by other Irish Bishops he therefore visited Rome 1282 whilst he was absent the Arch- Bishop of Armagh excommunicated him and appointed another. A further visit to Rome in 1284 and support from othr Bishops followed. A Papal Bull was addresse to King Edward I by Pope Honore IV in support of Thomas and he was consecrate on the 3 Nov 1287 in the Cathedral of Ossory at Kilkenny. He was active in raising money for the Crusades.

Father: Ralph St. LEGER

Mother: Dau. De MALEMAINS

John St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1222, Ulcombe, Kent, England

Died: 1255
Father: Ralph St. LEGER

Mother: Dau. De MALEMAINS

Married: Jeanne ?

Children:

1. Ralph St. LEGER

2. Nicholas St. LEGER

3. Dau. St. LEGER

4. Stephen St. LEGER

Nicholas St. LEGER

Notes: Inherited Woodnesborough from his grandmother. Known by the name of Selling or Sellinger. The arms of the Selling Family of Kent are" de sinople au chevron d'r, entre 3 tetes de dragons de meme, posees 2 et 1. Also owner of Stratfield Saye.

Father: John St. LEGER
Mother: Jeanne ?

Dau. St. LEGER

Father: John St. LEGER

Mother: Jeanne ?

Married: John De WESCOTTE

Children:

1. John De WESCOTTE

2. St. Leger De WESCOTTE

3. Thomas De WESCOTTE

Stephen St. LEGER

Father: John St. LEGER

Mother: Jeanne ?

Married: ?

Children:

1. Alice St. LEGER

Ralph St. LEGER

Born: ABT 1248, Ulcombe, Kent, England

Died: 1290
Father: John St. LEGER

Mother: Jeanne ?

Married: ?

Children:

1. Ralph St. LEGER 
St. Leger, Ralph (I49964)
 
227 letter from Samuel Clarence Hennessee, April 22, 1991 Source (S1664)
 
228 license not returned... Family F3946
 
229 Linda Hennessee Taylor, letter received in the summer of 1992 Source (S2358)
 
230 Lived in Indianapolis,IN. Beltz, Essie Irene (I248)
 
231 Lived in McMinnville. Provided information on this family, 7/24/1991. Hennessee, Mattie Lee (I303)
 
232 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hennessee, Jessie Marie (I301)
 
233 Macbeth (a.k.a. Mac Bethad mac Findlaech) lived from 1005 to 15 August 1057 and was King of Alba from 15 August 1040 to 15 August 1057. The wider picture in Scotland at the time is set out in our Historical Timeline.

Macbeth was the maternal grandson of Malcolm II, and son of Findlaech, the sub-king of Moray. Macbeth had succeeded his cousin (on his father's side) Gillecomgain to become sub-king of Moray in 1031. At the same time he married Gillecomgain's widow, Princess Gruoch, and became step-father to her son by Gillecomgain, Lulach. His marriage was significant because Princess Gruoch was the grand-daughter of Kenneth III, and Lulach was the one possible competitor from that side of the House of Alpin not wiped out by Macbeth's own grandfather, Malcolm II.

It's fair to say that history has given Macbeth a bad press, largely because of the play named after him by William Shakespeare, whose plot bears little resemblence to real events: he was also never either Thane of Cawdor or Thane of Glamis. What did happen was that Macbeth sought to challenge his cousin Duncan's hold on the Scottish Crown, and by 1040 had formed an alliance with a mutual cousin, Earl Thorfinn of Orkney. The three met in battle near Elgin on 15 August 1040 and Duncan was killed.

Macbeth was a considerably better king than his predecessor. Under his rule Scotland became relatively stable and prosperous (from a very low base on both counts): so stable, indeed, that he was able to leave the country for a number of months while he made a pilgrimage to Rome.

In 1054, Duncan I's son, Malcolm Canmore, challenged for the throne of Scotland in alliance with Siward, Earl of Northumbria (who also happened to be Duncan's wife's cousin) and they took control of much of southern Scotland. On 15 August 1057 Macbeth's army was defeated at the Battle of Lumphanan, in Aberdeenshire, and Macbeth was killed. He was later buried in the graveyard at Saint Oran's Chapel on the Isle of Iona, the last of many Kings of Alba and Dalriada to be laid to rest there.

Macbeth was succeded to the Scottish Crown by his step-son Lulach, whose claim was based on having Kenneth III as his maternal great-grandfather. As an aside, there are those who have suggested that Macbeth and Earl Thorfinn of Orkney are actually one and the same person, simply seen through different traditions and legends.

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Macbeth King of Alba (I51116)
 
234 Malcolm I (a.k.a. Mael Coluim mac Domnaill) lived from 897 to 954 and was King of Alba from 943 to 954. The wider picture in Scotland at the time is set out in our Historical Timeline.

Malcolm I was the son of Donald II of Alba, and succeeded to he throne on the abdication of his father's cousin, King Constantine II.

Malcolm gained a reputation for his wisdom and Edmund I of England sought him out as an ally against the Vikings, giving Malcolm the province of Cumbria in return for an alliance. The alliance was invoked by Edmund's successor, who wanted Malcolm's support against King Anlaf of Northumberland which at that time still included the Lothians.

In 954 Malcolm I was faced with a revolt by the men of Moray led by their maormor (or earl), Cellach. The revolt was suppressed, and Cellach was killed. But shortly afterwards Malcolm I was himself killed by one of Cellach's supporters at Auldearn. He was buried, as was now traditional for Scottish Kings, in the graveyard at Saint Oran's Chapel on the Isle of Iona.

Malcolm I was succeeded by King Indulf, his second cousin and son of King Constantine II.

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Scotland, Malcolm I of King of Alba (I51109)
 
235 Malcolm II (a.k.a. Mael Coluim mac Cinaeda) lived from 954 to 25 November 1034 and was King of Alba from 25 March 1005 to 25 November 1034. The wider picture in Scotland at the time is set out in our Historical Timeline.

Until Malcolm's rule, the Crown of Alba had passed backwards and forwards between different strands of the House of Alpin under the law of tanistry, under which the extended family elected the successor from candidates across the family.

Malcolm changed this by the simple expedient of wiping out all competition to his own line anywhere in the family (or so he thought at the time). He succeeded to the throne by killing his predecessor Kenneth III (and Kenneth's son Giric) at the Battle of Monzievaird on 25 March 1005. This took place just north of Crieff, close to the location of today's Glenturret Distillery. He later had Kenneth's grandson killed.

Malcolm's reasons for killing the competiton was straightforward. He himself had three daughters, and while they had all married well, his grandsons could not compete the more direct claims to the Crown of Alba of those he eliminated.

Malcolm II's rule started badly, with a loss in battle against the English near Durham in 1006. He put this right with an alliance with Strathclyde and a victory over the English at the Battle of Carham, on the River Tweed, in 1018. This greatly strengthened his grip on Lothian: in effect the east side of Scotland from the Forth to the Tweed. Scottish soverignty over Lothian seems to have been subsequently acknowledged by King Canute during a visit to Scotland in 1031.

In the north, Malcolm II formed an alliance with the Vikings which included the marriage of one of his daughters to the Norse Earl Sigurd of Orkney. The situation in Strathclyde was more troublesome. Malcolm's ally, King Owen, died without an heir, and Malcolm tried to place his grandson Duncan (later Duncan I of Alba) on the throne of Strathclyde. This displeased the Britons and led to Malcolm's assassination at Glamis on 25 November 1034. He was buried in the graveyard at Saint Oran's Chapel on the Isle of Iona.

Malcolm's three daughters had between them produced three notable sons. One married Earl Sigurd of Orkney, and their son Earl Thorfinn went on to bring much of Caithness and Sutherland into Scotland. One married Crinan, the Abbot of Dunkeld, and their son Duncan went on to succeed Malcom II as Duncan I. And the third married Findlaech, the sub-king of Moray, and their son Macbeth went on to kill Duncan (with Thorfinn's help) and become King Macbeth.

end of biography 
Scotland, Malcolm II of High King of Scotland (I51105)
 
236 married firstly, in 1350, Maurice FitzGerald, 2nd Earl of Desmond (d. June 1358); married secondly, Thomas de Ros, 4th Baron de Ros, of Helmsley; married thirdly Sir Richard Burley, Knt Family F15769
 
237 Martha Christian Hansard
Birth 1770
Death 26 Jun 1841 (aged 7071)
Burial
Hansards Chapel Cemetery
Maynardville, Union County, Tennessee, USA
Memorial ID 8876404 View Source


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John Hansard*

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Lucy Christian Hansard Hall*

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Mary Hansard Hill*

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William Christian Hansard*

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Samuel H Hansard*

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Archibald Hansard*

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Christian, Martha (I32759)
 
238 Moore City,TN, NOT listed in "Geographic Namesaver". I might be Moore County...DAH Goodson, Elizabeth (I4901)
 
239 Moved to Coffee County when he was 5. Retired to Summerfield, FL in 1987.

Lived near brother Melvin Paul. Never married...DAH 
Hennessee, Herman Dion "Mose" (I285)
 
240 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Howell, Jerry Wayne Sr. (I45660)
 
241 name: Ottis Waggoner
irthplace: Tennessee
elationship to head of household: Son
esidence: Civil District 9, DeKalb, Tennessee
arital status: Single
ace : White
ender: Male
mmigration year:
ather's birthplace: Tennessee
other's birthplace: Tennessee
amily number: 71
age number: 3
ollection: "United States Census, 1910," Ottis Waggoner in household of Andrew Waggoner, Civil District 9, DeKalb, Tennessee 
Waggoner, Otis (I25917)
 
242 Notes for Thomas Smithers Hill:

When the Revolutionary War began in 1776, Thomas was 16 years old. He entered military service as a private in June 1776. In his first 3 month tour he was sent to quell trouble with Indians on the Tennessee River. Five years later, in 1781, he served another 3 month tour on an assignment to prevent the British from crossing the Dan River. At about this time, one of the last major battles of the Revolution was unfolding nearby at Guilford Court House, but apparently Thomas did not participate directly in this battle. Finally, he was sent once again to East Tennessee to serve his final tour to protect an area in Hawkins County from Indians.

More About Thomas Smithers Hill:
Burial: Unknown, Anderson Cemetery.
Military service: 1776, Revolutionary War, Private in Capt John Leak's Co. of Col James Martin's Regt NC.

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Hill, Thomas Smithers (I25197)
 
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