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|| in an ambush by forces of Guy of Lusignan. ||Salisbury, Sir Patrick of Knight, 1st Earl of Salisbury (I43854)
|| in an automobile accident ||Burns, Walter (I10451)
|| in an unmarked grave...|
View the Old Hennessee Cemetery... http://www.tngennet.org/warren/cemeteries/Hen.html
|Harrison, Nancy (I188)
|| in auto accident... ||Hennessee, Jackie Dee (I1538)
|| in child-birth... ||Dodson, Tabitha (I6458)
|| in childbirth... ||Swindle, Mollie (I2224)
|| in the household are 3 white males 15-20, 2 white male 20-30, and 1 white female 50-60). ||Family F10745
|| In the household are 6 white males under 21, , 1 white female 21+, and 2 white females under 21. ||Family F10745
|| in the royal presence... ||Family F15444
|| in University of Texas Medical Branch Hospitals... ||Staton, Gladys (I39462)
|| 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)
|| Inscibed on his tombstone, "CO B 2 NC INF / SP AM WAR" ||Hennessee, Daniel Lafayette "Dan" (I1229)
'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)
|| intestate ||Cantrell, Stephen (I4301)
|| intestate in Phelps County... ||Dodd, James (I32698)
|| Iroqouis Nation,Pre-Colonial America, Virginia ||Flower, Cleopatra Scent (I26927)
|| Isabella was the illegitimate daughter of William the Lion, King of Scots by the daughter of Richard Avenel... ||Mac William, Isabella (I46149)
|| Isle Of Wight, New England, Eastern VA?|
Posted by: Thomas M. Tucker Date: July 30, 2000 at 11:53:49
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.
|Cobb, John (I27843)
|| 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 (I43317)
|| 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 (I43324)
|| killed by a horse ||Hicks, George P. (I19481)
|| letter from Samuel Clarence Hennessee, April 22, 1991 ||Source (S1664)
|| license not returned... ||Family F3946
|| Linda Hennessee Taylor, letter received in the summer of 1992 ||Source (S2358)
|| Lived in Indianapolis,IN. ||Beltz, Essie Irene (I248)
|| Lived in McMinnville. Provided information on this family, 7/24/1991. ||Hennessee, Mattie Lee (I303)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Hennessee, Jessie Marie (I301)
|| 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
|| Moore City,TN, NOT listed in "Geographic Namesaver". I might be Moore County...DAH ||Goodson, Elizabeth (I4901)
|| 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)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Howell, Jerry Wayne Sr. (I45660)
|| name: Ottis Waggoner|
elationship to head of household: Son
esidence: Civil District 9, DeKalb, Tennessee
arital status: Single
ace : White
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)
|| 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.
|Hill, Thomas Smithers (I25197)
|| of a brain tumor ||Hillis, Audrey Beatrice (I23023)
|| of a fractured ileum... ||Hutchison, Avy (I14361)
|| of a gunshot wound to the abdomen ||Moore, James "Jim" (I16584)
|| of a stroke ||Branch, Margaret Lucinda (I10546)
|| of abcess of the bowel ||Eason, Sarah Jane (I6307)
|| of acute erysipelas ||Webb, Felix Zollicoffer (I8353)
|| of acute indigestion ||Webb, Cartie (I16384)
|| of acute indigestion ||Ralston, Charles I. (I29954)
|| of an enlarged heart... ||Moore, Walter Shannon (I318)
|| of an heart-attack ||Mynatt, John Rupert Sr. (I32716)
|| of angina pectoris ||West, Robert B. (I4271)
|| of apoplexy ||Potter, Dr. Thomas J. (I4660)
|| of apoplexy ||Avant, W. Jepp (I17539)
|| of apoplexy ||Avant, Alvin (I17571)
|| of appendicitis... ||Clonts, William Thomas (I9683)
|| of arterial sclerosis ||Cantrell, Martha Ann (I7137)
|| of arthritis ||Magness, Ella J(ane) (I4238)
|| of blood poisoning ||Clontz, J. T. (I10458)
|| of Bright's Disease ||Avery, Newton (I8239)
|| of Bright's Disease ||Cantrell, Hasel Haswell "Hass" (I8909)
|| of Bright's Disease (Bright's disease is a historical classification of kidney diseases that would be|
described in modern medicine as acute or chronic nephritis.)
|Cantrell, Abraham Patterson "Pat" (I7187)
|| of bronchial pneumonia ||Webb, Joe Brooks (I12653)
|| of bronchial pneumonia ||Webb, Josephine (I12910)
|| of cancer ||Moore, Walter Preston "Sonny" Jr. (I81)
|| of cancer ||Dodson, Naomi (I4724)
|| of cancer ||Clontz, Robert Bernard Jr. (I10294)
|| of cancer ||Henley, Johnnie (I20372)
|| of cancer ||Clouse, Robert Simpson Dayton "Dayton" (I30537)
|| of cancer... ||Hennessee, Vonnie Faye "Faye" (I1321)
|| of cancer... ||Hennessee, Maxie (I3484)
|| of cerebral apoplexy ||Titsworth, William J. "Bill" (I15430)
|| of cerebral apoplexy ||Mangum, Jerome Parish (I16502)
|| of cholera ||Webb, Daniel Watkins "Wat" (I3962)
|| of chronic heart disease ||Clark, Cynthia (I15500)
|| of chronic mitral imcompetence ||Norman, Hattie (I14518)
|| of chronic nephritis ||Wright, Erastus Duncan (I16921)
|| of consumption ||Harmon, M. H. (I6716)
|| of consumption ||Redmon, Leonard P(ayne) (I9929)
|| of consumption ||Logue, Anna (I18435)
|| of delayed menapause ||Magness, Frances Jane (I7352)
|| of diabetes ||Moore, Dwight Steven "Steve" (I88)
|| of diphtheria ||Cantrell, Jesse Howard (I17518)
|| of diptheria ||Griffith, Elcie L. (I17550)
|| of double pneumonia ||Quick, Alda (I12633)
|| of double pneumonia ||Cantrell, Boyd (I17545)
|| of dropsy ||Moore, Vira (I17519)
|| of dysentery ||Redmon, James Monroe (I7149)
|| of dysentery ||Harden, James Waymon "Waymon" (I17002)
|| of exophthalmic goiter ||Givan, Martha Elizabeth "Mattie" (I6186)
|| of gangrene of the foot ||Taylor, Nancy Catherine "Catherine" (I17495)
|| of heart attack ||Creasman, Earl Franklin (I30454)
|| of heart dropsy ||Hennessee, Harriet Leola "Leola" (I1498)
|| of heart dropsy ||Cantrell, William Lafayette "Bill" (I3923)
|| of heart dropsy (congestive heart failure) ||Walters, Lethia Evelyn "Lethey" (I32133)
|| of heart trouble ||Cantrell, William Jasper (I5483)
|| of heart trouble ||Griffith, William Joseph "Joe" (I16376)
|| of Hodgkin's disease ||Dodson, Ersa "Ersie" (I5459)
|| of influenza ||Parish, Louvernia (I4442)
|| of influenza ||Cantrell, Levi Dodson "Dim" (I6318)
|| of influenza ||Adcock, Robert David "Bob" (I7351)
|| of influenza ||Avery, Amanda "Mandie" (I12689)
|| of influenza ||Vanhoosier, Nancy (I17533)
|| of influenza ||Cantrell, Mantie (I17535)
|| of insanity ||Bounds, Martha "Mattie" (I17507)
|| of lagrippe ||Cantrell, Ruby Mai (I8435)
|| of leukemia ||Tunnell, Virginia Faye (I1568)
|| of leukemia ||Gruenke, Carl W. (I2004)