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45801 William Goodson
Born 1748 in Edgecome Co, North Carolinamap
ANCESTORS ancestors
Son of George Goodson and Sarah Mandue
Brother of Matthew Goodson
Husband of Mary Patton — married 1782 [location unknown]
DESCENDANTS descendants
Father of Anna (Goodson) Womack, Michael Patton Goodson, Andrew Goodson and John Goodson
Died 1800 in Rutherford, North Carolina, United Statesmap
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Biography

Father George Goodson, b. 0___ 1710, Isle of Wight County, Virginia , d. 15 Sep 1763, Edgecombe County, North Carolina (Age ~ 53 years)

Mother Sarah Mandue, b. 0___ 1717, Isle of Wight County, Virginia , d. Abt 1770, Isle of Wight County, Virginia (Age ~ 53 years)

Married Abt 1737 (Isle of Wight County, Virginia) Find all individuals with events at this location [2] Family ID F1865 Group Sheet

Family Mary Patton, b. 0___ 1760, Lincoln County, North Carolina , d. Bef 1818, Lincoln County, North Carolina (Age ~ 57 years) Married (~ 1782) (Lincoln County, North Carolina) [1] Residence (Family) 0___ 1800 Morgan, Rutherford County, North Carolina [3]

Children

1. William Goodson, Jr., b. ~ 1782, Lincoln County, North Carolina , d. Aft 1848, (Cleveland County, North Carolina) (Age ~ 67 years)

2. Anna "Ann" Goodson, b. 13 Jan 1785, (Lincoln County) North Carolina , d. 18 Nov 1868, Warren County, Tennessee (Age 83 years)

3. Michael Patton Goodson, b. 0___ 1785, (Lincoln County) North Carolina , d. 0___ 1868, Gibson, Gibson County, Tennessee (Age ~ 83 years)

4. Champion Goodson, b. 0___ 1790, (Lincoln County) North Carolina , d. After 1860, (DeKalb County, Tennessee) (Age ~ 71 years)

5. Elizabeth Goodson, b. 0___ 1790, (Lincoln County) North Carolina, d. (Moore County) Tennessee

6. John Goodson, b. 0___ 1796, (Lincoln County) North Carolina , d. 0___ 1856, Warren County, Tennessee (Age ~ 60 years)

7. Benjamin Goodson, b. 1795-1800, (Lincoln County, North Carolina) , d. 27 Aug 1844, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama (Age 44 years)

8. Jane "Polly" Goodson, b. 0___ 1800, (Lincoln County) North Carolina , d. Aft 1870, (White County, Tennessee) (Age ~ 71 years)

9. Andrew Goodson, b. 1799-1804, (Lincoln County) North Carolina , d. 0___ 1856, White County, Tennessee (Age 52 years)

Sources

Citation Information Detail Year: 1790; Census Place: Lincoln, North Carolina; Series: M637; Roll: 7; Page: 123; Image: 80; Family History Library Film: 0568147


my heritage

The Hennessee Family Genealogy Pages

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Goodson, William (I4893)
 
45802 William Grissom
BIRTH 1797
DEATH 1869 (aged 71–72)
BURIAL
Long Cemetery
Spencer, Van Buren County, Tennessee, USA
MEMORIAL ID 65928268 · View Source

Spouse
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Evey Rhodes Grissom
1797–1860

Children
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James Clayborne Grissom
1829–1906

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Grissom, William (I22072)
 
45803 William H. Hillis
BIRTH 5 Nov 1859
Van Buren County, Tennessee, USA
DEATH 28 Aug 1922 (aged 62)
Bledsoe County, Tennessee, USA
BURIAL
Pope Cemetery
Bledsoe County, Tennessee, USA

Married Sarah A. Elizabeth "Sally" Martin in 1880 in Van Buren, Tennessee. William was 22 years old. Their children:

Daisy B. Hillis Deweese (1881-1920). Died at age 38. See below.
George Washington Hillis (1883-1951). Died at age 68. Memorial #30806940.
Mary Lula Hillis (1886-1967). Died at age 81. Memorial #30817597.
James Robert "Bob" Hillis (1888-1967). Died at age 78. Memorial #30807579.
Alfred Taylor "Alf" Hillis (1892-1918). Died at age 26. See below.
Benjamin Franklin Hillis (1894-1958). Died at age 64. Memorial #120340749.
Jerry Baxter Hillis (1899-1951). Died at age 51. Memorial #82947442.

Family Members
Parents
Robert Hillis
1830–1885

Frances Scott Hillis
1831–1905

Spouse
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Sarah Martin Hillis
1858–1936

Siblings
John H. Hillis
1856–1920

Children
Daisy B. Hillis Deweese
1881–1920

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Alf Taylor Hillis
1892–1918

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Benjamin Franklin Hillis
1894–1958


Children
Daisy B. Hillis Deweese
1881–1920

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Alf Taylor Hillis
1892–1918

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Benjamin Franklin Hillis
1894–1958

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Hillis, William H. "Bill Tucker" (I22178)
 
45804 William H. Magness, "Southern Standard", August 11, 1976,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S26127)
 
45805 William Hale b 1733 [WKH: probably explored Halifax Co VA and entered land there in 1762 and had left PA for good by 1768--see Richard Hale's estate administration papers.

Might this be the William Hale who on April 3rd 1779 was shot and wounded by Indians near Muncy's on Walker Creek but managed to make his way to the New River residence of a Shannon family who lived near the Big Crossing of New River?

Source: Letter from Col William Preston to Capt William Robinson on pages 275 and 276 of Frontier Advance on the Upper Ohio, 1778-1779, Edited By Louise Phelps Kellogg.] 
Hale, William (I47247)
 
45806 William Hale Esq. (abt. 1551 - 1634), Ancestors & Descendants, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Hale-469, This person, place, event, location, document or photo was abstracted or parsed by David A. Hennessee, http://thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I3&tree=hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the this website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Saturday, December 21st, 2019 Source (S15023)
 
45807 William Hale married Elizabeth Francis in 1823 in Roane County, Tennessee. They had the following children: Joseph, Francis, Fountain, Frances "Franky" (Line), Matilda Jane (Bottom), John Woodson, Elizabeth "Bettie" (Gaut)(Biggs) and William M.

William Hale was drowned in the Mississippi River when he went to sell produce at New Orleans, according to an account by his youngest son, William M. Hale. After his death, his wife Elizabeth married Sanford Richey and was the mother of several more children. Its unknown where William is buried.

Elizabeth's parents were Frances "Franky" Smith (1774-1822) and Hugh Francis (1773-1843). She married WILLIAM HALE in 1823 in Roane County, TN. After Mr. Hale died, she married Sanford Richey about 1840 in Hamilton County, TN.

Her Hale children were: Joseph, Francis, Fountain, Frances "Franky" (Line), Matilda Jane (Bottom), John Woodson, Elizabeth "Bettie" (Gaut)(Biggs) and William M.

Her Richey children were: Jane, Mary, Pelemla Josephine (Campbell), Martha, Charles "Polk", Teresa Ann Frances (Campbell), Louisa Eliza Lucretia (Moore).

Elizabeth's youngest Hale son, William M, said that she died at Chattanooga, TN, in an article that was written about his life. (NOT CONFIRMED) 
Hale, William (I35044)
 
45808 William Hale was drowned in the Mississippi River when he went to sell produce at New Orleans, according to an account by his youngest son, William M. Hale. Hale, William (I35044)
 
45809 William Hale was the son of Richard Hale of King's Warden and his first wife Mary Lambert. He was born c. 1551 at Codicote, Hertfordshire, England. He married Rose Bond of Watton-at-Stone, Hertfordshire. Rose was born c. 1555, the daughter of Sir George Bond, Knight. They were the parents of eight children. He died Aug. 1634.

William Hale was named High Sheriff of Hertfordshire in 1621, during the reign of James I.

William was the primary heir of his father, Richard Hale, however, King's Walden was bequeathed to William's brother Richard. Eventually, the property ended up coming into William's estate.

I have seen sources stating a first wife name Martha but cannot find sources for her or for the children she bore. There are several Hale families in Hertfordshire, with similar names, so I am sure there is confusion among families. I have NOT included Martha or her children in this profile overview.

Children of William Hale and wife Rose Bond:

Richard Hale, b. 1596, Herefordshire,England William Hale, b. 1597, Hexton, Hertfordshire, England Rowland Hale, b. Abt 1599, Of Herfordshire,England George Hale, c. 13 Jul 1601, Herefordshire,England Alicia Hale, b. 1603, Herefordshire,England Winefreda Hale, b. 1604, Herefordshire,England Anne Hale, c. 25 Jun 1609, Kings Warden,Hertfordshire,England , d. 2 Sep 1651 Dionisia Hale, c. 17 Mar 1611, Hertfordshire, England Links to additional material: 
Bond, Rose (I31319)
 
45810 William Harmon
BIRTH 26 Feb 1849
Marion County, Tennessee, USA
DEATH 6 Apr 1919 (aged 70)
Dunlap, Sequatchie County, Tennessee, USA
BURIAL
Mansfield Cemetery #2
Dunlap, Sequatchie County, Tennessee, USA
MEMORIAL ID 78848529 · View Source

MEMORIAL
PHOTOS 2
FLOWERS 0
Family Members
Parents
Photo
Jacob Byrd Harmon
1823–1894

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Louisia Elliott Harmon
1826–1899

Siblings
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Mary Harmon Hudson
1852–1940

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Newton Harmon
1860–1863

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Josiah Harmon
1862–1918

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Sarah E. Harmon Walker
1868–1940

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Harmon, William "Will" (I5524)
 
45811 William Harold Bethell

William Harold "Lefty" was born February 11, 1922 to Ernest Berrell Bethell (1892-1955) and Etna Mae Gardner (1895-1943) in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas. Records show that EB and Etna were living at 2906 Azle Avenue in Fort Worth in 1927. EB was working as the manager of the supply department for Burdett Oxygen Company. The 1930 Federal Census shows Ernest, Edna (Etna), Maurine, Joe and Harold living in Fort Worth. Records show that EB and Etna were living at 904 Main Street in Big Spring in 1934 where he was the Fire Marshal. In 1940 the Bethell's lived at 606 Greg Street in Big Spring. Later they moved to 605 Nolan.

From September 1929 through November 30 1930, Lefty attended W. J. Turner elementary school in Fort Worth, Texas. He moved to Big Spring and attended West Ward for Nov 1930 until May 1936. He attended Big Spring High School from September 1936 until May 1940 where he graduated and was selected to Texas All-State Football team. He went to John Tarleton Agriculture College in Stephenville, Texas from August 1940 until May 1941 on a football scholarship.

Lefty married Euna Lee Long on March 19, 1942 in Colorado City, Texas. He joined the Navy on August 2, 1942. From letters, it appears that he did his basic training in Norfolk, VA. After Basic, he was stationed with the 23 Battalion, Company “A”, Platoon #4 at N.C.T.C., Davisville, R.I. Postmarks show that Lefty was in Port Hueneme, California Oct 26, 1942. His name appears on a U. S. Navy Muster Roll on October 31, 1942 on the ship Chaumont (AP5) as a Seaman 1st Class. His service number was 616 89 99. I assume that this is when he was sent to the Aleutian Islands in Alaska. Letters stopped being censored by the Navy in January 1944 and his address shows that he was stationed at Camp Parks in California. He was reassigned back to Port Hueneme in June and was Honorable Discharged in Oct 6, 1944 at the rank of Petty Officer 3rd Class.

Euna Lee moved to Santa Clara, California in March 1944 and lived at 1045 Benton Street. Jerry Hall Bethell was born Oct 8, 1944 in Santa Clara, California. Jerry's nickname before birth was Ickebod. Richard Harold Bethell was born on Dec. 23, 1945 in Big Spring, Texas.

In 1946 he was working for the Soil Conservation Service.

RB 
Bethell, William Harold "Lefty" (I42327)
 
45812 William Harold Bethell biography, submitted by Richard Bethell, April 21, 2015, rbethell@hotmail.com. Richard is a fellow BETHEL researcher. Source (S6177)
 
45813 William Harper Brock was born in Cleveland, Conway Co., AR. He was the son of Henry Gordon Brock (1850- 1934) who was born in Liberty, Van Buren Co., AR and Marth Ellen Reid (1861-1951) who was born in Conway Co., AR. His sister, born of William Harper and Lula Woodward was Edna Lois who was born in 1907. His half siblings born of William Harper and Beulah Lovett were Gladys Lee, Wylie Henry, Calvin C. and Betty May. The burial place of Lula Woodward Brock is unknown Brock, William Harper (I35185)
 
45814 William Harper is enumerated in the household of James Hennessee during the Warren County, Tennessee of 1850 Census (cited below).

I posit it is highly possible that James Hennessee is William's uncle by marriage. James Hennessee first married, Sarah "Sallie" Wilcher, sister to Elizabeth "Betsy" Wilcher who married John Harper. Click here to view their relationship:

http://thehennesseefamily.com/relationship.php?altprimarypersonID=&savedpersonID=&secondpersonID=I12&maxrels=1&disallowspouses=0&generations=30&tree=hennessee&primarypersonID=I13242

Ergo, William is the son of Thomas Harper, who would be the son of Elizabeth "Betsy" Wilcher, who married John Harper, and is the daughter of Thomas Wilcher.


Name: William Harper
Event Type: Census
Event Year: 1850
Event Place: Warren county, Warren, Tennessee, United States
Gender: Male
Age: 25
Race: White
Race (Original): undefined
Birth Year (Estimated): 1825
Birthplace: Alabama
Household ID: 438
House Number: 438
Line Number: 11
Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Affiliate Publication Number: M432
Affiliate Film Number: 898
GS Film Number: 444854
Digital Folder Number: 004206055
Image Number: 00072


Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
James Hennessee undefined M 84 North Carolina
Jane Hennessee undefined F 52 Tennessee
Samuel Hennessee undefined M 19 Tennessee
Easther Hennessee undefined F 17 Tennessee
Anderson T Hennessee undefined M 14 Tennessee
Eliza J Hennessee undefined F 11 Tennessee
William Harper undefined M 25 Alabama



Citing this Record:
"United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MC69-P4Y : accessed 24 Jun 2014), James Hennessee, Warren county, Warren, Tennessee, United States; citing family 438, NARA microfilm publication M432. 
Harper, William Thomas Sr. (I444)
 
45815 William Harrican Parsley (son of Moses Parsley and Obedience " Biddy" Ryburn) was born 1776 in Henry Cty., Virginia, and died June 12, 1872 in DeKalb Cty., Tennessee.He married (1) Sarah Maupin on September 28, 1801 in Henry Cty., Virginia.He married (2) Amy Pedigo on September 26, 1804 in Martinsville, Henry Cty., Virginia.He married (3) Nancy on 1828 in Jacobs Pillar, Dekalb Cty., Tennessee.

More About William Harrican Parsley and Sarah Maupin:
Marriage: September 28, 1801, Henry Cty., Virginia.
More About William Harrican Parsley and Amy Pedigo:
Marriage: September 26, 1804, Martinsville, Henry Cty., Virginia.
More About William Harrican Parsley and Nancy:
Marriage: 1828, Jacobs Pillar, Dekalb Cty., Tennessee.

Children of William Harrican Parsley and Sarah Maupin are:
Sarah Parsley, b. 1803, d. date unknown.
Cassandra Parsley, b. 1804, d. date unknown.

Children of William Harrican Parsley and Amy Pedigo are:

Daughter Parsley, d. date unknown.
Anthony Washington Parsley, b. January 01, 1790, Henry Cty., Virginia, d. date unknown.
Moses Parsley, b. 1807, Adair, Kentucky, d. date unknown.
John Harrican Parsley, b. 1809, Adair, Kentucky, d. date unknown.
Brice Parsley, b. 1810, Adair, Kentucky, d. date unknown.
Robert Parsley, b. 1814, Adair, Kentucky, d. date unknown.
+John Parsley, b. 1792, Adair, Kentucky, d. Bef. 1850, Smithville, DeKalb Cty., Tennessee. 
Parsley, William Harrican (I49139)
 
45816 William Hash, obituary, "The Southern Standard", Wednesday, September 15, 1993
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S18474)
 
45817 William Hastings, 1st Baron Hastings KG (c. 1431 – 13 June 1483) was an English nobleman. A loyal follower of the House of York during the Wars of the Roses, he became a close friend and one of the most important courtiers of King Edward IV, whom he served as Lord Chamberlain. At the time of Edward's death he was one of the most powerful and richest men in England. He was summarily executed following accusations of treason by Edward's brother and ultimate successor, Richard III.

Biography

Signature of William Lord Hastings
William Hastings, born about 1431, was the eldest son of Sir Leonard Hastings (c.1396 – 20 October 1455), and his wife Alice Camoys, daughter of Thomas de Camoys, 1st Baron Camoys.[1][2][a] Hastings succeeded his father in service to the House of York and through this service became close to his distant cousin the future Edward IV, whom he was to serve loyally all his life. He was High Sheriff of Warwickshire and High Sheriff of Leicestershire in 1455.

He fought alongside Edward at the Battle of Mortimer's Cross and was present at the proclamation of Edward as king in London on 4 March 1461 and then when the new king secured his crown at the Battle of Towton shortly thereafter. He was knighted on the field of battle. With the establishment of the Yorkist regime, Hastings became one of the key figures in the realm, most importantly as Master of the Mint and Lord Chamberlain, an office he held for the duration of the reign and which made him one of the most important means of access to the king. He was also created Baron Hastings, a title reinforced by grants of land and office, primarily in Leicestershire and Northamptonshire. In 1462 he was invested as a Knight of the Garter.

In 1474, he was awarded royal licence to crenellate at three of his landholdings in Leicestershire; at Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Kirby Muxloe, and at Bagworth. He built extensively at Ashby, mostly making additions to the pre-existing manor house built by the de la Zouch family in the thirteenth century. His greatest achievement at Ashby was, of course, the Hastings Tower – an imposing and thoroughly impressive creation. At Kirby Muxloe Castle he began an intricate and beautiful fortified house of red brick, one of the first of its kind in the county. Thanks to English Heritage, the castles at Ashby and Kirby can still be seen, but regrettably nothing survives to indicate any construction at Bagworth.

His importance in these years is recorded in a number of sources and was recognised by the greatest peer in the realm, Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick. In 1462, Warwick arranged for Hastings to marry his widowed sister, Katherine Neville. (Katherine's first husband, Lord Bonville, had been killed at St Albans in 1461 ; their infant daughter, Cecily, succeeded to the Bonville titles and estates.)[12][13][14]

Despite this matrimonial relationship with the Nevilles, when Warwick drove Edward IV into exile in 1470, Hastings went with Edward and accompanied the king back the following spring. Hastings raised troops for Edward in the English Midlands and served as one of the leading captains of the Yorkist forces at both Barnet and Tewkesbury.

His service, loyalty, and ability, along with the fall of his Neville in-laws, made Hastings even more important during the second half of Edward IV's reign. He continued to serve as Chamberlain and was awarded the position of Chamberlain of the Exchequer in 1471, which he held until 1483. He was also appointed Lieutenant of Calais, which made him an important player in foreign affairs, and given authority over an increasingly large section of the English Midlands. At court, he was involved in two lengthy feuds with members of Queen Elizabeth Woodville's family, most notably with her son Thomas Grey, first Marquess of Dorset.

Death

After the death of Edward IV on 9 April 1483, the dowager queen sought to monopolise political power for her family by appointing family members to key positions and rushing the coronation of her young son Edward V as king, thereby circumventing Richard, Duke of Gloucester, whom the late king had appointed Lord Protector. Hastings, who had long been friendly with Richard and hostile to the Woodvilles, was a key figure in checking these manoeuvres. While keeping the Woodvilles in check in London, Hastings informed Richard of their proceedings and asked him to hasten to London. Richard intercepted the young king, who also was on his way to London, with his Woodville relatives. Hastings then supported Richard's formal installation as Lord Protector and collaborated with him in the royal council.

Affairs changed dramatically on 13 June 1483 during a council meeting at the Tower of London: Richard, supported by the Duke of Buckingham, accused Hastings and two other council members of having committed treason by conspiring against his life with the Woodvilles, with Hastings's mistress Jane Shore (formerly also mistress to Edward IV and possibly Dorset), acting as a go-between. While the other alleged conspirators were imprisoned, Hastings was immediately beheaded on Richard's orders over a log in the courtyard of the Tower.

The summary execution of the popular Hastings was controversial among contemporaries and has been interpreted differently by historians and other authors: while the traditional account, harking back to authors of the Tudor period including William Shakespeare, considered the conspiracy charge invented and merely a convenient excuse to remove Hastings (who was known for his loyalty to the dead king and his heirs) as while he remained alive he would have been too formidable an obstacle to Richard's own plans to seize the throne,[15] others have been more open to the possibility of such a conspiracy and that Richard merely reacted to secure his position.[16]

Despite the accusations of treason, Richard did not issue an attainder against Hastings and his family. Hence his wife and sons were allowed to inherit his lands and properties. Hastings himself was buried in the north aisle of St George's Chapel, Windsor, next to Edward IV.[17]

In literature

He is portrayed in Shakespeare's Richard III.

Family

Hastings married, before 6 February 1462,[17] Katherine Neville, sister of Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick—known as "Warwick the Kingmaker"—and widow of William Bonville, 6th Baron Harington, slain at the Battle of Wakefield on 30 December 1460, by whom he had had four sons and two daughters:[12][13][14]

Edward Hastings, 2nd Baron Hastings, who married Mary Hungerford.[18][19]
Sir William Hastings.[13]
Sir Richard Hastings, who married, and had two daughters and coheirs, Elizabeth Hastings, who married John Beaumont of Gracedieu, Leicestershire, Master of the Rolls, and Mary Hastings, who married Thomas Saunders of Harringworth, Northamptonshire.[13][20]
George Hastings.[13]
Anne Hastings, who married her father's ward, George Talbot, 4th Earl of Shrewsbury.[13]
Elizabeth Hastings.[13]

Notes

Sir Leonard Hastings (c.1396 – 20 October 1455) was a member of the English gentry who moved his seat to Leicestershire from Yorkshire where the family had long been established. His wife was Alice Camoys, daughter of Thomas de Camoys, 1st Baron Camoys, and his first wife, Elizabeth Louches, the daughter and heiress of William Louches.[1][2]

Sir Leonard Hastings had three other sons and three daughters:[2][3][4]

Richard Hastings, Baron Welles (d.1503), also styled Lord Willoughby, who married firstly, before 1 June 1470 Joan Welles, only daughter of Richard de Welles, 7th Baron Welles, by his first wife, Joan Willoughby, only daughter of Robert Willoughby, 6th Baron Willoughby de Eresby, and secondly Joan Romondbye (d. 20 March 1505), widow of Richard Pigot, (died c. 15 April 1483), Serjeant-at-law.[5][6][7][8][9]
Sir Ralph Hastings (d.1495) of Harrowden, Northamptonshire, who married Amy Tattershall, daughter and heiress of John Tattershall, esquire, of Woolwich, Kent, and Wanstead, Essex, by whom he had six daughters.[5][10]
Thomas Hastings.
Elizabeth Hastings (c.1450 – 1508), who married, before 1465, Sir John Donne (1450–1503) of Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire, third son of Griffith Donne of Kidwelly by Janet, daughter of Sir John Scudamore, and by him had two sons, Sir Edward Donne (c.1482 – 1552) and Sir Griffith Donne (c.1487 – 1543), and two daughters, Anne Donne (c.1471 – c. 1507), who was the first wife of Sir William Rede of Boarstall, Buckinghamshire, and Margaret Donne (born c.1480), who married Edward Trussell (c.1478 – 16 June 1499) of Elmesthorpe, and was the mother of Elizabeth Trussell (1496–1527), wife of John de Vere, 15th Earl of Oxford.[11]
Anne Hastings, who married Thomas Ferrers, esquire.[5]
Joan Hastings, who married John Brokesby, esquire.[5]

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Hastings, Sir William Knight, 1st Baron Hastings (I43540)
 
45818 William Haynes
Born 1710 in Virginia
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of Elizabeth Milner — married 1734 in Pittsylvania, Virginia
DESCENDANTS descendants
Father of Mildred (Haynes) Sanders, Ann (Haynes) Ferril, Frances (Haynes) Smith, Mary (Haynes) Long, Elizabeth (Haynes) Leftwich, William Haynes II, Henry Haynes and Abraham Haynes Sr
Died 25 Jun 1781 in Bedford, Bedford, Virginia
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Biography

William was born in 1710. William Haynes ... He passed away in 1781. [1]

This profile is a collaborative work-in-progress. Can you contribute information or sources?

Sources
? First-hand information as remembered by Betty Hewett, Monday, January 6, 2014. Replace this citation if there is another source.
See also:

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Haynes, William (I47196)
 
45819 William HAYNES
HUSBAND:
[F7488]. William HAYNES. Often appears in records as HAINES.
Born about 1623 in Bedfordshire, England; possibly at Dunstable.

In the last few years there has been a great deal of interest and speculation concerning the ancestry of William and Richard Haynes. Some people are convinced they were the sons of Walter Haynes and Mary Watford who were married 27 Apr 1607 in Renhold, Bedfordshire, England and after the death of Mary in 1632 and Walter in 1633, these two boys, ages ten and twelve, were sent or taken to New England. According to the Renhold, Bedfordshire Parish baptismal records for Walter and Mary, their son Richard Haynes was baptized 18 November 1621 and William on 6 June 1624. The records for Walter and Mary indicate there were five older children in the family and another son named Robert baptized the same day as William. Although Richard was mentioned in Walter's will, William was not and Robert was described as the youngest son. It seems odd that only these two, Richard and William, were transported to New England in 1634 on the "Griffin" and especially in the company of such notable and controversial religious nonconformist as Rev. John Lothrop and Anne Hutchinson. Charles Upham wrote in 1865 the family of William Haynes of Salem was somewhat of a mystery and in my opinion this is still true.{S1}.

He arrived Boston, Massachusetts on 18 September 1634 on board the ship Griffin. Richard Haynes, his brother, was on the ship with him. They both settled at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. Governor Winthrop's journal entry of Sept. 18, 1634 records The Griffin and another ship now arriving with about 200 passengers. Mr. Lathrop and Mr. Sims, two godly ministers coming in the same ship. {S1}.

Prior to 1644, William Haynes purchased jointly with Richard Ingersoll, from John Pease, the Weston Grant, and jointly with Richard Haynes a portion of the Townsend Bishop Grant of 540 acres in the northern end of the Salem Town boundary territory. These interior land areas subsequently became known as Salem Farms, Salem Village and is presently Danvers, Massachusetts. It was a short distance of approximately four miles from Salem (Town). {S1}.

He married Sarah INGERSOLL [F7489] before 1644 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Richard Ingersoll, his partner in the Weston Grant purchase. This was evidenced by the will of Richard Ingersoll written 21 July 1644. {S1,S2}.

At a General Town Meeting on 7 July 1644 he was appointed, along with several other inhabitants of Salem, to patrol the settlement each Sabbath Day. Each patrol consisting of two men, were instructed to take note of Sabbath breakers and report their names to the authorities. {S1}.

William and Richard Haynes sold one third of their Townsend Bishop Grant land to Abraham Page in 1647, who in turn sold it to Simon Bradstreet, the Governor of Massachusetts. William and Richard were held equally responsible in a 1647 court case involving the death of two cows belonging to their adjacent neighbor, the Honorable Simon Bradstreet. On 29: 4th month: 1648, William and Richard sold the other two-thirds shares of the Townsend Bishop Grant land to John Porter, who also bought the other third from Simon Bradstreet. {S1}.

Charles W. Upham suggested in his book, Salem Witchcraft, that because of the great purchasing power of William and Richard Haynes, and the respect demonstrated toward them, they were persons of great means and influence. Mr. Upham also mentioned that although the family of William Haynes had always been somewhat of a mystery, it was stated in the family papers of the Ingersoll family, recently uncovered around 1865, that William Haynes was a brother of John Haynes, the Governor of Massachusetts, founder of Hartford, and Lieut-Governor of Connecticut. This theory of ancestry has often been examined and contemplated by Haynes descendants, but so far has not been proven true. Gov. John Haynes came to New England from Copford Hall, Essex County on the first sailing of the "Griffin" in 1633. He removed in May 1637 to Connecticut. {S1}.

On 25: 9 month: 1645, William Haynes gave a power-of-attorney to Thomas Haynes Col, a merchant living at the White Bear in Basin Street in London, to receive a debt of 28 lbs. of Thomas Perkins of Dunstable in Bedfordshire chandlor, and with power to substitute another attorney. (Aspinwalls Notes of Early Boston). {S1}.

This transaction indicates a possible relationship between William Haynes of New England, to Thomas Haynes who has been reported in references (and incorrectly) as migrating shortly afterwards and settling 1658 in Maine and later at Amesbury, Massachusetts. On the other hand, it is not imprudent to suggest Thomas Haynes was a relative of William Haynes. Apparently Charles Banks used Aspinwalls Notes to pinpoint Dunstable, Bedfordshire as the homeplace of William and Richard Haynes, Topographical Dictionary of English Emigrants to New England, Bedfordshire page 1. {S1}.

This book was published in 1937, after the death of Mr. Banks, and was compiled using the manuscripts in his library. The reference given for William Haynes and Richard Haines was "Aspinwall". This document, which is found in Aspinwall's Notes, however, does not indicate William Haynes was actually from Dunstable, Bedfordshire but was attempting to collect a debt at Dunstable, Bedfordshire. Thomas Perkins, on the other hand, was a resident of Dunstable, Bedfordshire. I assume Charles Banks was referring to the records that William Aspinwall kept at Boston as notary from 1644 to 1651 which were published in a volume entitled A Volume Relating to the Early History of Boston Containing the Aspinwall Notorial Records from 1644 to 1651, Boston Record Commissioners' Reports 32, (Boston, 1903). Mr. Banks was a notable expert in Emigrant genealogy and had searched throughout English parish for records concerning nearly 3,000 emigrants. {S1}.

It has also been suggested that either William Haynes or Richard Haynes was the father of Thomas Haynes of Amesbury, Massachusetts. This statement is unlikely, although it is possible they were related in some other way; perhaps cousins. {S1}.

Thomas Haynes of Amesbury, Massachusetts, received land in Amesbury 1661, 1666, and 1675, and made an Oath of Allegiance at Amesbury in 1677. He married Martha Barnard, of Salisbury on 26 December 1667 and died in 1683 leaving a widow and children, Thomas, Eleanor, Aquila, John and Mary. Several of his children settled in York, Maine. It is doubtful he was the same Thomas Haynes who appeared in earlier records of Casco Bay, Massachusetts/Maine who eventually retreated to Lynn, Massachusetts. {S1}.

Richard Haynes, brother of William is seen 1640, 1645, 1665 and 1669 in the Salem Town records. He resided in a settlement identified as the "Cape Ann" and "Bass River" side of Salem, known as Beverly and made his Oath of Allegiance 3 December 1677 at Beverly. {S1}.

He died after 14 NOV 1649 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts; and was buried before 13 November 1651 in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. {S2}.

William Haynes' name is listed as a full communicant of the First Church of Salem in 1647-1648 and Sarah was listed in April 1648. Sometime after the initial entry date, and in a different handwriting, the word "dead" was inserted following William's name. It is believed he died in the early part of 1651, or if it occurred before March 25th, according to the old calendar, in the later part of the year 1650. {S1}.

WIFE:
[F7489]. Sarah INGERSOLL.
Born about 1627 in Bedfordshire, England; daughter of Richard INGERSOLL [F14978] and Ann LANGLEY [F14979] . She was christened on 1 July 1627 at Sutton, Bedfordshire, England. She married (1) William HAYNES [F7488] before 1644. She married (2) Joseph HOULTON Sr. on 13 November 1651 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. Joseph, at an earlier time was a servant in her father's household. They resided in Newbury. She died (in 1702-1703-S1)(in 1719-S2,S3) in (Houlton-S2,S3)(Salem Village-S2), Massachusetts. The will of Joseph Houlton Sr. was written 24 May 1703 and probated 27 June 1705.

end of biography

12 Generation Registry:

Generation: 1

1. William Haynes died Yes, date unknown.
William married Sara Ingersoll 1644, , Bedfordshire, England. Sara (daughter of Richard Ingersoll and Ann Langley) was born 1 Jul 1627, Of, Sutton, Bedforshire, England; died 1719, Houlton, , Massachusetts, USA. [Group Sheet]

Children:
2. Thomas Haynes Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
3. Sarah Haynes Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
4. Jonathan Haynes Descendancy chart to this point was born 11 Apr 1648, Haverhill (Groveland), Essex County, Massachusetts, USA; died 22 Sep 1697, Haverhill (Groveland), Essex County, Massachusetts, USA.
5. William Haynes Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
6. Richard Haynes Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.


Generation: 2

2. Thomas Haynes Descendancy chart to this point (1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

3. Sarah Haynes Descendancy chart to this point (1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

4. Jonathan Haynes Descendancy chart to this point (1.William1) was born 11 Apr 1648, Haverhill (Groveland), Essex County, Massachusetts, USA; died 22 Sep 1697, Haverhill (Groveland), Essex County, Massachusetts, USA.
Jonathan married Mary Moulton 1 Jan 1674, Newbury Port, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA. Mary (daughter of William Moulton and Margaret Page) was born 1654, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA; died 27 Jul 1674, Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, USA. [Group Sheet]

Jonathan married Sarah Moulton 30 Dec 1674, Newbury Port, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA. Sarah (daughter of William Moulton and Margaret Page) died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

Children:
7. Mary Haynes Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
8. Mary Haines Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
9. Hannah Haines Descendancy chart to this point was born 1679, Newbury Port, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA; died , Norwich, New London, , Connecticut, USA.
10. Thomas Haynes Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
11. Sarah Haynes Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
12. Jonathon Haynes Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
13. Margaret Haynes Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
14. Joseph Haynes Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
15. Ruth Haines Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
16. Abigail Haines Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
17. Elizabeth Haynes Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.

5. William Haynes Descendancy chart to this point (1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

6. Richard Haynes Descendancy chart to this point (1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.


Generation: 3

7. Mary Haynes Descendancy chart to this point (4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

8. Mary Haines Descendancy chart to this point (4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

9. Hannah Haines Descendancy chart to this point (4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1679, Newbury Port, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA; died , Norwich, New London, , Connecticut, USA.
Hannah married John Heath 16 Dec 1697, Haverhill (Groveland), Essex County, Massachusetts, USA. John (son of Josiah Heath and Mary Davis) was born 29 Mar 1676, Haverhill (Groveland), Essex County, Massachusetts, USA; died , Norwich, New London, , Connecticut, USA. [Group Sheet]

Children:
18. Catherine Heath Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
19. Mehetabel Heath Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
20. David Heath Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
21. John Heath Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
22. Jonathan Heath Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
23. Obadiah Heath Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
24. John Heath Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
25. Abigail Heath Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
26. Jonathan Heath Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
27. Mehetabel Heath Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
28. Bartholomew Heath Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
29. Thomas Heath Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
30. Josiah Heath Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
31. Hannah Heath Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
32. Joseph Heath Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.

10. Thomas Haynes Descendancy chart to this point (4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

11. Sarah Haynes Descendancy chart to this point (4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

12. Jonathon Haynes Descendancy chart to this point (4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

13. Margaret Haynes Descendancy chart to this point (4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

14. Joseph Haynes Descendancy chart to this point (4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

15. Ruth Haines Descendancy chart to this point (4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

16. Abigail Haines Descendancy chart to this point (4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

17. Elizabeth Haynes Descendancy chart to this point (4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.


Generation: 4

18. Catherine Heath Descendancy chart to this point (9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.
Catherine married Joseph Cantrell 1718, , New Castle County, Pennsylvania, USA. Joseph (son of Richard Cantrell and Dorothy Jones) was born Abt 1695, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA; died Bef 1787, , Orange County, North Carolina, USA. [Group Sheet]

Children:
33. Hannah Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
34. Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
35. John Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
36. Stephen Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
37. Joseph Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
38. Zebulon Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
39. Elijah Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
40. Benjamin Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
41. James Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.

19. Mehetabel Heath Descendancy chart to this point (9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

20. David Heath Descendancy chart to this point (9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

21. John Heath Descendancy chart to this point (9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

22. Jonathan Heath Descendancy chart to this point (9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

23. Obadiah Heath Descendancy chart to this point (9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

24. John Heath Descendancy chart to this point (9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

25. Abigail Heath Descendancy chart to this point (9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

26. Jonathan Heath Descendancy chart to this point (9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

27. Mehetabel Heath Descendancy chart to this point (9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

28. Bartholomew Heath Descendancy chart to this point (9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

29. Thomas Heath Descendancy chart to this point (9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

30. Josiah Heath Descendancy chart to this point (9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

31. Hannah Heath Descendancy chart to this point (9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

32. Joseph Heath Descendancy chart to this point (9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.


Generation: 5

33. Hannah Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

34. Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

35. John Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

36. Stephen Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

37. Joseph Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

38. Zebulon Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

39. Elijah Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.
Elijah married Tabitha Cloud Abt 1750. Tabitha was born , Concord, Delaware County, Pennsylvania, USA; died Bef 1772, Eden, , North Carolina, USA. [Group Sheet]

Children:
42. Jacob Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
43. Mary Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
44. Robert Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
45. Eligah Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
46. Charles Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
47. Elizabeth Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
48. Isaac Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
49. Richard Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
50. John Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
51. James Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
52. Sarah Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point was born Abt 1765, , Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA; died Abt 1819, , Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA.
53. Peter Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.

40. Benjamin Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

41. James Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.


Generation: 6

42. Jacob Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

43. Mary Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

44. Robert Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

45. Eligah Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

46. Charles Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

47. Elizabeth Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.
Elizabeth married George Pirkle. George (son of John Jacob Berkel, Junior and Charity Dibbs) was born Abt 1767, Greatrockhouse, Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA; died 21 Mar 1842, , White County, Tennessee, USA. [Group Sheet]

Children:
54. Isaac Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.

48. Isaac Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

49. Richard Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

50. John Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

51. James Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

52. Sarah Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born Abt 1765, , Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA; died Abt 1819, , Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA.
Sarah married William Dibbs Pirkle, Senior Jan 1784, , Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA. William (son of John Jacob Berkel, Junior and Charity Dibbs) was born Abt 1765, Greatrockhouse, Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA; died Aft 1846, , Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA. [Group Sheet]

Children:
55. William Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born Abt 1797, , Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA; died 4 Sep 1887, , Hall County, Georgia, USA.
56. Isaac K. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born Abt 1789, , Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA; died 1871, , Hill County, Texas, USA.
57. Jacob Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 19 Sep 1798, , Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA; died 12 Feb 1879, , Hall County, Georgia, USA.
58. John Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
59. George W. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born Abt 1810; died , Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee, USA.
60. Elijah Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 6 Mar 1800; died 11 Jul 1888, , Polk County, Tennessee, USA.
61. James McClellan Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
62. Esther Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
63. Charity Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Bef 1818.
64. Mary Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
65. Elizabeth Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
66. Sarah Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born Abt 1797; died 1813.
67. Nancy Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
68. Emily Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.

53. Peter Cantrell Descendancy chart to this point (39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.


Generation: 7

54. Isaac Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (47.Elizabeth6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

55. William Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born Abt 1797, , Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA; died 4 Sep 1887, , Hall County, Georgia, USA.
William married Martha Patsy Lawless 1 Mar 1821, , Hall County, Georgia, USA. Martha died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

Children:
69. Sarah Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 24 Feb 1822, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 1849.
70. Andrew Jackson Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1823, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
71. Doctor John I. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 6 Sep 1825, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Dec 1889, , Hall County, Georgia, USA.
72. Parsada Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1829, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
73. Louisiana Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1 Sep 1830, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 29 Jan 1893, , Hall County, Georgia, USA.
74. Albert G. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1832; died Yes, date unknown.
75. B. Mary Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1833, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
76. Elijah L. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1836, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
77. E. Martha Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 9 Feb 1843, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
78. Hallie Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.

56. Isaac K. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born Abt 1789, , Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA; died 1871, , Hill County, Texas, USA.
Isaac married Rebecca Tanner Abt 1813, , Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA. Rebecca was born 1796, , , North Carolina, USA; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

Children:
79. Sarah Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
80. Matthew Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1814; died 3 Apr 1863.
81. Jacob Floyd Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 24 Sep 1828; died 2 Jul 1864, , , Virginia, USA.

57. Jacob Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 19 Sep 1798, , Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA; died 12 Feb 1879, , Hall County, Georgia, USA.
Jacob married Nancy Lawless 15 Sep 1825, , Hall County, Georgia, USA. Nancy (daughter of John Lawless and Sarah Nesbit) died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

Children:
82. John Lawless Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
83. Reverend William Jackson Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1828; died Yes, date unknown.
84. Issac Cantrell Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
85. Sallie Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
86. Lucy Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
87. Benjamin Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
88. Jacob Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1839; died Yes, date unknown.
89. Nancy Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
90. Joe Taylor Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.

58. John Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.
John married Betsy Ann Lawless. Betsy (daughter of John Lawless and Sarah Nesbit) died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

Children:
91. Jeanette Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.

59. George W. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born Abt 1810; died , Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee, USA.
George married Ellen Small 11 Dec 1841, , Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA. Ellen died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

Children:
92. Alfred W. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born Abt 1842, , , North Carolina, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
93. Zilfe Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born Abt 1845, , , Tennessee, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
94. William Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born Abt 1847, , , Tennessee, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
95. Nancy Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born Abt 1849, , , Tennessee, USA; died Yes, date unknown.

60. Elijah Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 6 Mar 1800; died 11 Jul 1888, , Polk County, Tennessee, USA.
Elijah married Ellen Pirkle 5 Nov 1823. Ellen (daughter of Jacob Pirkle, Senior and Elizabeth Saunders) was born 25 Apr 1802, , Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA; died 18 Jul 1889, , Jefferson County, Tennessee, USA. [Group Sheet]

Children:
96. Livingston Green Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 25 Jun 1825, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
97. Zilphia Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 23 Dec 1826; died Yes, date unknown.
98. Lottie Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 7 Oct 1828; died Yes, date unknown.
99. Julia Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 7 Dec 1829; died Yes, date unknown.
100. Eliza Ann Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 8 Apr 1832; died Yes, date unknown.
101. Alecy Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 16 Sep 1834; died Yes, date unknown.
102. Mary Elizabeth Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 15 Dec 1836; died Yes, date unknown.
103. Elijah Jefferson Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 17 Aug 1839; died Yes, date unknown.
104. Elsie Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
105. William Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 27 Apr 1842; died Yes, date unknown.
106. Jesse Mercer Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 5 Jul 1845; died Yes, date unknown.

61. James McClellan Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.
James married Agatha Young 10 Apr 1820, , Rockingham County, North Carolina, USA. Agatha died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


62. Esther Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

63. Charity Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Bef 1818.
Charity married William MacKey 17 Dec 1811. William (son of John MacKey and Elizabeth) was born 1781; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

Children:
107. Elizabeth MacKey Descendancy chart to this point was born 25 Sep 1812; died 9 Nov 1887.

64. Mary Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.
Mary married James MacKey 15 Jun 1814. James (son of John MacKey and Elizabeth) was born Abt 1790; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


65. Elizabeth Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

66. Sarah Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born Abt 1797; died 1813.

67. Nancy Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

68. Emily Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.


Generation: 8

69. Sarah Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 24 Feb 1822, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 1849.
Sarah married James M. Cooper 1849. James died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


70. Andrew Jackson Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1823, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
Andrew married Nancy Cooper 3 Oct 1844. Nancy was born 1822; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

Children:
108. William Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1846; died Yes, date unknown.
109. Sanford Taylor Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 21 May 1849, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
110. E.J. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1847; died Yes, date unknown.
111. J.B. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1857; died Yes, date unknown.
112. S. T. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1849; died Yes, date unknown.
113. James Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1851; died Yes, date unknown.
114. A. G. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1859; died Yes, date unknown.

71. Doctor John I. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 6 Sep 1825, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Dec 1889, , Hall County, Georgia, USA.
John married Margaret Marthena Hugins 24 Sep 1850. Margaret (daughter of Zacceous Hugins and Margaret) died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

Children:
115. William Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 7 Oct 1852, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
116. Margaret Evelyline Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 15 Apr 1854, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
117. Mary Frances Jane Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 11 Jan 1856, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 15 Oct 1926.
118. Patsy Marthena Josephine Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 28 Jun 1858, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 4 Sep 1923.
119. Zachus Franklin Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 17 May 1860, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
120. John Roeark Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 6 Jan 1862, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
121. Cindy D. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 19 May 1863, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
122. Elijah Sylvester Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 30 Oct 1865, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 18 Apr 1927.
123. Major Rice Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 28 Dec 1866, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 1923.
124. Chloe Emiline Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1 Nov 1868, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
John married Marthena Hudgins 24 Sep 1850. Marthena died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


72. Parsada Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1829, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
Parsada married Web Lancaster. Web died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


73. Louisiana Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1 Sep 1830, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 29 Jan 1893, , Hall County, Georgia, USA.
Louisiana married James P. Sloan 11 Nov 1852. James died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

Children:
125. Malinda Adeline Sloan Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.

74. Albert G. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1832; died Yes, date unknown.
Albert married Esther L. Hudgins 28 Feb 1856, , Hall County, Georgia, USA. Esther was born 1837; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

Children:
126. Sarah E. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1857, , , Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
127. Martha Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1859, , , Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
128. James Zechariah Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 11 Feb 1860, Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 3 Sep 1914; was buried , Oak Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia, USA.
129. Parisada O. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1862, , , Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.

75. B. Mary Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1833, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
B. married John B. Warren 17 May 1859. John died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


76. Elijah L. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1836, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
Elijah married Jane Lancaster. Jane died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


77. E. Martha Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 9 Feb 1843, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
E. married Reverend Ransom F. Sloan 1860. Ransom died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


78. Hallie Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.
Hallie married Will Lancaster. Will died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


79. Sarah Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (56.Isaac7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.
Sarah married Ambrose Jacob Pirkle. Ambrose (son of Jacob Pirkle, Senior and Elizabeth Saunders) died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

Children:
130. Isaac S. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1842; died Yes, date unknown.

80. Matthew Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (56.Isaac7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1814; died 3 Apr 1863.
Matthew married Elizabeth MacKey. Elizabeth (daughter of William MacKey and Charity Pirkle) was born 25 Sep 1812; died 9 Nov 1887. [Group Sheet]

Children:
131. Isaac T. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1840; died Yes, date unknown.

81. Jacob Floyd Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (56.Isaac7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 24 Sep 1828; died 2 Jul 1864, , , Virginia, USA.
Jacob married Nancy Alewine 21 Oct 1851, , Randolph County, Alabama, USA. Nancy (daughter of Reuben Alewine and Priscilla Buchanan) was born 18 Sep 1829, , Newton County, Georgia, USA; died 19 May 1896, , Cleburne County, Alabama, USA. [Group Sheet]

Children:
132. Mahala Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 15 Feb 1854, , Randolph County, Alabama, USA; died , , Cleburne County, Alabama, USA.

82. John Lawless Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.
John married Sarah Ann Orr. Sarah died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

Children:
133. Nancy Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
134. Jacob Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
135. S. A. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1856; died Yes, date unknown.
136. Seaby Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1858; died Yes, date unknown.
137. Sarah Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.

83. Reverend William Jackson Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1828; died Yes, date unknown.
William married Sarah Ann Canning. Sarah died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

Children:
138. Nelson Taylor Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1853; died Yes, date unknown.
139. J.C. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1859; died Yes, date unknown.

84. Issac Cantrell Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.
Issac married Rhoda Jane Miller. Rhoda died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

Children:
140. Jacob Elias Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1 Jan 1865, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
141. Rilla Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
142. Nancy Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
143. James Marrion Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
144. George W. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
145. Victoria Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
146. William Benjamin Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
147. Issac Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.

85. Sallie Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

86. Lucy Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

87. Benjamin Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

88. Jacob Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1839; died Yes, date unknown.

89. Nancy Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

90. Joe Taylor Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

91. Jeanette Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (58.John7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

92. Alfred W. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (59.George7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born Abt 1842, , , North Carolina, USA; died Yes, date unknown.

93. Zilfe Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (59.George7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born Abt 1845, , , Tennessee, USA; died Yes, date unknown.

94. William Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (59.George7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born Abt 1847, , , Tennessee, USA; died Yes, date unknown.

95. Nancy Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (59.George7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born Abt 1849, , , Tennessee, USA; died Yes, date unknown.

96. Livingston Green Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (60.Elijah7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 25 Jun 1825, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
Livingston married Nancy Tinsley. Nancy died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


97. Zilphia Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (60.Elijah7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 23 Dec 1826; died Yes, date unknown.
Zilphia married William Foster. William died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


98. Lottie Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (60.Elijah7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 7 Oct 1828; died Yes, date unknown.
Lottie married Will Humphrey. Will died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


99. Julia Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (60.Elijah7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 7 Dec 1829; died Yes, date unknown.
Julia married David Williams. David died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


100. Eliza Ann Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (60.Elijah7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 8 Apr 1832; died Yes, date unknown.
Eliza married William West. William died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


101. Alecy Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (60.Elijah7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 16 Sep 1834; died Yes, date unknown.

102. Mary Elizabeth Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (60.Elijah7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 15 Dec 1836; died Yes, date unknown.
Mary married George Hawkins. George died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


103. Elijah Jefferson Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (60.Elijah7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 17 Aug 1839; died Yes, date unknown.
Elijah married Elizabeth Carson. Elizabeth died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


104. Elsie Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (60.Elijah7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.
Elsie married Joseph N. Bell. Joseph died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


105. William Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (60.Elijah7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 27 Apr 1842; died Yes, date unknown.

106. Jesse Mercer Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (60.Elijah7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 5 Jul 1845; died Yes, date unknown.
Jesse married Susan Elizabeth Stamper. Susan died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


107. Elizabeth MacKey Descendancy chart to this point (63.Charity7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 25 Sep 1812; died 9 Nov 1887.
Elizabeth married Matthew Pirkle. Matthew (son of Isaac K. Pirkle and Rebecca Tanner) was born 1814; died 3 Apr 1863. [Group Sheet]

Children:
131. Isaac T. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1840; died Yes, date unknown.


Generation: 9

108. William Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (70.Andrew8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1846; died Yes, date unknown.

109. Sanford Taylor Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (70.Andrew8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 21 May 1849, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
Sanford married Vianna A. Hawkins. Vianna died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

Children:
148. Willliam Thomas Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 21 Jun 1874, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.

110. E.J. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (70.Andrew8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1847; died Yes, date unknown.

111. J.B. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (70.Andrew8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1857; died Yes, date unknown.

112. S. T. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (70.Andrew8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1849; died Yes, date unknown.

113. James Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (70.Andrew8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1851; died Yes, date unknown.

114. A. G. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (70.Andrew8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1859; died Yes, date unknown.

115. William Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (71.John8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 7 Oct 1852, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
William married Nancy Sloan. Nancy died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

William married Sarah Smith Turner. Sarah died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


116. Margaret Evelyline Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (71.John8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 15 Apr 1854, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
Margaret married John Williams. John died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


117. Mary Frances Jane Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (71.John8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 11 Jan 1856, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 15 Oct 1926.

118. Patsy Marthena Josephine Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (71.John8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 28 Jun 1858, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 4 Sep 1923.
Patsy married Perry Anderson Whidby, Senior 19 Mar 1880. Perry died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


119. Zachus Franklin Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (71.John8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 17 May 1860, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
Zachus married Nancy Elizabeth Mangum. Nancy died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


120. John Roeark Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (71.John8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 6 Jan 1862, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
John married Mandy Mangrum. Mandy died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


121. Cindy D. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (71.John8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 19 May 1863, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
Cindy married David Martin. David died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


122. Elijah Sylvester Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (71.John8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 30 Oct 1865, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 18 Apr 1927.
Elijah married Martha Caroline Hall 27 Aug 1905. Martha died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]

Children:
149. Clifton Jasper Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 23 Jun 1906; died 7 Feb 1968.
150. Minnie Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 13 Sep 1907; died 4 Jan 1982.
151. Callie Josephine Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 7 Sep 1909; died 13 Apr 1991.
152. Lisbon Allen Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 11 Nov 1915; died 16 May 1967.
153. Margaret Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 9 Aug 1918; died 22 Nov 1970.
154. Johnny Asberry Pirkle, Senior Descendancy chart to this point was born 9 Aug 1918, Flowerybranch, , Georgia, USA; died 1 Dec 1967, Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida, USA.

123. Major Rice Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (71.John8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 28 Dec 1866, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 1923.
Major married Martha Jane Latham 24 Dec 1893. Martha died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


124. Chloe Emiline Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (71.John8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1 Nov 1868, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
Chloe married Ambrose Kennedy. Ambrose died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


125. Malinda Adeline Sloan Descendancy chart to this point (73.Louisiana8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

126. Sarah E. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (74.Albert8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1857, , , Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.

127. Martha Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (74.Albert8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1859, , , Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.

128. James Zechariah Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (74.Albert8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 11 Feb 1860, Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 3 Sep 1914; was buried , Oak Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia, USA.
James married Elendor Lenora Sexton. Elendor was born 7 May 1868; died 27 Sep 1939, Gaddistown, Union County, Georgia, USA. [Group Sheet]

Children:
155. Thomas James Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 9 Sep 1883; died 10 Oct 1959.
156. Nevada E. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 15 Feb 1886; died 15 Oct 1932; was buried , Oak Grove Baptist Church, Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia, USA.
157. John Harrilson Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 12 Dec 1891; died 1951.
158. Wiley Calvin Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 17 Jul 1894; died 9 Aug 1895.
159. Russell Boyd Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 6 Jun 1908, Pine Street, Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 8 May 1991, Union General Hospital, Blairsville, Union County, Georgia, USA; was buried , Mount Pleasant (Hill) Baptist Church Cemetery, Union County, Georgia, USA.

129. Parisada O. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (74.Albert8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1862, , , Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.

130. Isaac S. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (79.Sarah8, 56.Isaac7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1842; died Yes, date unknown.

131. Isaac T. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (80.Matthew8, 56.Isaac7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1840; died Yes, date unknown.
Isaac married Nancy Adeline Rodgers 1858. Nancy (daughter of Matthew Cunningham Rodgers and Elizabeth Thomason) was born 1 Dec 1842, , , Georgia, USA; died 24 Dec 1872, , , Texas, USA. [Group Sheet]


132. Mahala Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (81.Jacob8, 56.Isaac7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 15 Feb 1854, , Randolph County, Alabama, USA; died , , Cleburne County, Alabama, USA.
Mahala married George Daniel Hanson. George (son of Fielden Hanson and Sarah Alewine) was born Jul 1860, , Randolph County, Alabama, USA; died 7 Jul 1936, , Cleburne County, Alabama, USA. [Group Sheet]

Children:
160. George Martin Hanson Descendancy chart to this point was born 5 Jun 1884, , Cleburne County, Alabama, USA; died 14 Mar 1963, , Cleburne County, Alabama, USA.

133. Nancy Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (82.John8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

134. Jacob Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (82.John8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

135. S. A. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (82.John8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1856; died Yes, date unknown.

136. Seaby Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (82.John8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1858; died Yes, date unknown.

137. Sarah Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (82.John8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

138. Nelson Taylor Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (83.William8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1853; died Yes, date unknown.
Nelson married . Unknown [Group Sheet]

Children:
161. Doctor Hebron Taylor Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1882; died Yes, date unknown.

139. J.C. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (83.William8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1859; died Yes, date unknown.

140. Jacob Elias Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (84.Issac8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1 Jan 1865, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
Jacob married Delia Jane Davis 31 Mar 1891, , Gwinnett County, Georgia, USA. Delia (daughter of Reverend James William Davis and Sarah Frances Wood) died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


141. Rilla Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (84.Issac8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

142. Nancy Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (84.Issac8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

143. James Marrion Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (84.Issac8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

144. George W. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (84.Issac8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

145. Victoria Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (84.Issac8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

146. William Benjamin Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (84.Issac8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.
William married . Unknown [Group Sheet]

Children:
162. Belle Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
163. Cline Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
164. Felton Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
165. Roy Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
166. Carl Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.
167. Ralph C. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point died Yes, date unknown.

147. Issac Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (84.Issac8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.


Generation: 10

148. Willliam Thomas Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (109.Sanford9, 70.Andrew8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 21 Jun 1874, , Hall County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown.
Willliam married Sarah Vissey Brown. Sarah was born 5 Jun 1882, , Jackson County, Georgia, USA; died Yes, date unknown. [Group Sheet]


149. Clifton Jasper Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (122.Elijah9, 71.John8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 23 Jun 1906; died 7 Feb 1968.

150. Minnie Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (122.Elijah9, 71.John8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 13 Sep 1907; died 4 Jan 1982.

151. Callie Josephine Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (122.Elijah9, 71.John8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 7 Sep 1909; died 13 Apr 1991.

152. Lisbon Allen Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (122.Elijah9, 71.John8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 11 Nov 1915; died 16 May 1967.

153. Margaret Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (122.Elijah9, 71.John8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 9 Aug 1918; died 22 Nov 1970.

154. Johnny Asberry Pirkle, Senior Descendancy chart to this point (122.Elijah9, 71.John8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 9 Aug 1918, Flowerybranch, , Georgia, USA; died 1 Dec 1967, Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida, USA.
Johnny married 25 Aug 1941. Unknown [Group Sheet]

Children:
168. Barbara Jean Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1944; died 1949.

155. Thomas James Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (128.James9, 74.Albert8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 9 Sep 1883; died 10 Oct 1959.
Thomas married Elizabeth C. Cain. Elizabeth was born 5 Jun 1894; died 26 Sep 1938. [Group Sheet]

Children:
169. Sarah Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was buried , Maretta, , Georgia, USA.

156. Nevada E. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (128.James9, 74.Albert8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 15 Feb 1886; died 15 Oct 1932; was buried , Oak Grove Baptist Church, Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia, USA.
Nevada married George T. Whitmire. George was born 19 Nov 1885; died 29 Jun 1936; was buried , Oak Grove Baptist Church, Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia, USA. [Group Sheet]


157. John Harrilson Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (128.James9, 74.Albert8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 12 Dec 1891; died 1951.

158. Wiley Calvin Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (128.James9, 74.Albert8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 17 Jul 1894; died 9 Aug 1895.

159. Russell Boyd Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (128.James9, 74.Albert8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 6 Jun 1908, Pine Street, Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 8 May 1991, Union General Hospital, Blairsville, Union County, Georgia, USA; was buried , Mount Pleasant (Hill) Baptist Church Cemetery, Union County, Georgia, USA.
Russell married 5 Aug 1927, Walhalla, , South Carolina, USA. Unknown [Group Sheet]

Children:
170. George Harold Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 16 Jan 1932, 15 Mill St. New Holland, Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 16 Mar 1989, Mount Clemens, , Michigan, USA.

160. George Martin Hanson Descendancy chart to this point (132.Mahala9, 81.Jacob8, 56.Isaac7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 5 Jun 1884, , Cleburne County, Alabama, USA; died 14 Mar 1963, , Cleburne County, Alabama, USA.
George married Dovie Catherine Smith. Dovie was born 8 Jun 1884, , Cleburne County, Alabama, USA; died 7 Nov 1957, , Calhoun County, Alabama, USA. [Group Sheet]

Children:
171. Buel Martin Hanson Descendancy chart to this point was born 2 Jul 1910, , Cleburne County, Alabama, USA; died 29 Apr 1976, , Cleburne County, Alabama, USA.

161. Doctor Hebron Taylor Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (138.Nelson9, 83.William8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1882; died Yes, date unknown.

162. Belle Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (146.William9, 84.Issac8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

163. Cline Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (146.William9, 84.Issac8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

164. Felton Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (146.William9, 84.Issac8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

165. Roy Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (146.William9, 84.Issac8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

166. Carl Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (146.William9, 84.Issac8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.

167. Ralph C. Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (146.William9, 84.Issac8, 57.Jacob7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) died Yes, date unknown.


Generation: 11

168. Barbara Jean Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (154.Johnny10, 122.Elijah9, 71.John8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1944; died 1949.

169. Sarah Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (155.Thomas10, 128.James9, 74.Albert8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was buried , Maretta, , Georgia, USA.

170. George Harold Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (159.Russell10, 128.James9, 74.Albert8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 16 Jan 1932, 15 Mill St. New Holland, Hall County, Georgia, USA; died 16 Mar 1989, Mount Clemens, , Michigan, USA.
George married Callie Jane Long. Callie was born 17 Jul 1931; died 13 Nov 1989. [Group Sheet]

Children:
172. Thomas Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point was born 1961; died 1961.

171. Buel Martin Hanson Descendancy chart to this point (160.George10, 132.Mahala9, 81.Jacob8, 56.Isaac7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 2 Jul 1910, , Cleburne County, Alabama, USA; died 29 Apr 1976, , Cleburne County, Alabama, USA.
Buel married Ethel Cedora Mathis 21 Jan 1933, , Cleburne County, Alabama, USA. Ethel (daughter of Emmett Tedder Mathis and Louella Holbrook) was born 19 Mar 1913, , Cleburne County, Alabama, USA; died 3 Apr 1979, , Cleburne County, Alabama, USA. [Group Sheet]



Generation: 12

172. Thomas Pirkle Descendancy chart to this point (170.George11, 159.Russell10, 128.James9, 74.Albert8, 55.William7, 52.Sarah6, 39.Elijah5, 18.Catherine4, 9.Hannah3, 4.Jonathan2, 1.William1) was born 1961; died 1961.

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Haynes, William (I32071)
 
45820 William Haynes (1710-1781)

Our Family line begins with William HAYNES, who died in Bedford County, VA in the spring of 1781, in the midst of the Revolutionary War. He is believed to have been born in Virginia in 1710, in the midst of Queen Anne's War with Spain and France. At that time, Virginia consisted of 58,000 colonists, and was the largest of the North American colonies. William's parents and birthplace have yet to be determined, but it is clear that he moved to Bedford County from the east, as he and other settlers developed the ability to live off the land and moved westward into the Piedmont, towards the mountains, away from the shore and dependence on England.

The land that became Bedford County was deep in Indian held lands when William was born; the colonists were huddled along the Eastern Shores, reaching less than 25 miles inland in 1710, still deeply dependent on European trade for all finished goods. William was probably born in the Eastern Shore, although he might have immigrated from one of the other colonies, such as Pennsylvania, or Maryland. While possible, this seems unlikely, as his many early land dealings in Virginia point away from this possibility. It is also possible, but unlikely, that he was born in Europe and sailed to the colonies as a young man.

For example, The International Genealogical Index (IGI) lists a Wm. HAYNES, christened in Wheatenhurst, Gloucester, England, 9 June 1710. Another IGI record shows a William HAYNES married 7 January 1734 to Elizabeth MUNDAY at Thomas, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. This is probably a coincidence of common names.

When all the available data are reviewed it appears likely that he was in fact born in the Eastern Shores of Virginia. He may have lived in Amherst County, since his son William Jr. lived there many years. He may have lived in Pittsylvania County for a while. Bedford County Records show that he sold land in Pittsylvania County to William Hill and William Swanson in 1768.
William may have been a brother of Henry Haynes, born in 1701 in VA. It is often claimed, erroneously, that they are the sons of a John Haynes, born in Bedford County, VA in 1670. [See notes]. Records of the time are difficult to sort out. Both of these men had many land dealings in Bedford and surrounding counties, and both had sons named Henry, William and John. Very good summaries of Henry Haynes (1701-1784) and his family have been written by Strieby and by Simmons.

When George Washington was born, 22 February, 1732, William Haynes was already 22 years old.
Whatever his birthplace and upbringing, William was one of the new breed of settler, adapted to the frontier life, with an itch to continue to move west. Unable to read or write, he nevertheless concluded numerous land deals, and developed the skills that would serve to provide for his family. He would have grown up with the ability to identify standing trees and wood as routinely as today's children have at using a computer. He would know that pine sapwood was excellent for kindling a fire, oak best for sustained warmth and light; ash or hickory for ax handles, red cedar for churns and pails. Young men on the frontier had to be an artist in the use of a broadax, skinning knife, and have knowledge of the forest for wood, game, drugs and dyes. These young men would never venture out without a long gun. Young women learned to spin and weave, make soap from ash and fat, hominy from corn, churn butter from cream, and cook wild meat. These new generations of young Americans were ready to tame the western frontiers, far less dependant on England for finished goods. This independence of individuals would in turn, make the future dream of independence of the colonies practical.

Marriage and Family - When he was about 24, William met and fell in love with Elizabeth, most likely a neighbor's attractive young daughter. Numerous researchers have been unable to locate a record of this marriage, or to document her family surname. Some believe it to be Millner (or Milliner), the name given to her grandson, Milliner Haynes.

Child Life span Spouse
1 Frances Haynes (ca 1736-1780+) ______ Smith
2 Elizabeth Haynes (ca 1737-1820) Col. William Leftwich
3 William R. Haynes (1740 -1827) Hannah Ellis, Sarah Tuly
4 Henry Haynes (ca 1745 -1816) Bersheba Hampton, Tabitha Turner
5 Mildred Haynes (ca 1748 -1816) Stephen Sanders
6 Ann Haynes (1750 - 1803+) Gabriel Ferril
7 Mary Haynes (1751-1825) John Long
8 John Haynes (1753 -1840) Joicy Anderson
By the time they reached their mid-forties, William and Elizabeth had three sons and five daughters, eight children in all, ranging from infant John to nineteen-year old Frances. A series of westward moves had brought them to the newly formed Bedford County, at the foothills of the mountains now known as the Blue Ridge Mountains. The family probably moved to Bedford County shortly after its formation from Lunenburg County in 1754.

Military Service - In 1758, at age 48, William served as a private in the Bedford County Militia under Captain Matthew Talbot. During this time, the Cherokee Indians began a series of raids on the Western frontier of Virginia Colony, endangering the 4-year-old Bedford County. William was paid four pounds, fifteen shillings for his services. These raids continued over twenty years, until Virginia's governor John Murray, the Lord of Dunmore, commissioned Andrew Lewis to lead a militia that defeated the Shawnee Indians at Point Pleasant in 1774. Indian attacks finally decreased in Western Virginia.

William and his family were not among the "landed gentry" of Bedford County. At the time of its formation the county consisted of 150 to 200 plantations, with an average size of 1,000 to 2,000 acres. While he was party to many land dealings, William's largest holdings were of the order of 400 acres or so, which clearly put him in the range of plain farmer, rather than squire of a plantation. Many of his neighbors had plots of 10,000 acres and above. Nor was his home one of the "Stately Homes of Bedford"; testimony to the wealth of their owners. Political power in the Colonies followed wealth, and the large landowners controlled the important offices: County surveyors, Clerks, Assemblymen, etc.

William and his family would have lived in a typical smaller home of the day. In 1763, he purchased 394 acres on the south fork of the Little Otter River from Matthew and Mary Talbot for 60 pounds sterling. A location on water was critical for transporting goods. Anything that couldn't walk to or from the market had to go by water.

Housing, food and clothing - The first house on the land would have been a cabin of logs from trees cleared from the land or cut from the forest. Trees about a foot in diameter were felled with an axe and chopped to twenty or thirty foot length, rolled off the hillsides to a waiting drag team. Chestnut would be the first choice; tough and long lasting. Oak was acceptable, but quite heavy, and inclined to split; Pine smelled forever, and was too flammable. Beech and Hickory were prone to rot when damp. Bark was scalped off two sides of each log, which were then were hewn flat. Mating notches chopped in the ends would interlock and hold the house together. A few openings would be sawn or hewn for windows, and a doorway would be placed facing south. With neighbors and slaves to help, the house could be secure and ready in a few days. Lit by the windows and an open doorway by day and by a fire and candles of tallow at night, the home would have had a dirt floor. A stone fireplace for improved heat, light and cooking would be the next addition. As time allowed the remaining bark would be peeled from the outside and inside walls, pegs would be added to hold clothes, pots, and the family gun.

Later, when more land was cleared, and crops were well established, a larger house would be built, the original house kept as a kitchen. The separate kitchen kept the cooking heat out of the main house in summer, and reduced the danger of fire in the main house. The new house would have a cellar, wood floor and far more space.

The primary food crop would be corn -- unknown to the early European arrivals, it would prove to be life saving for the early settlers. Corn could be dried for storage, later ground into meal, baked into bread, pounded into hominy, and fatten the pigs for hams and bacon. Surplus corn found its way into home whiskey. Wheat for bread was beaten by hand with hickory flails to separate the chaff --it would be another 80 years until Cyrus McCormick of nearby Rockbridge County invented the horse-powered reaper and thresher. To sweeten things, honey would be borrowed from beehive, and a small patch of sorghum cane would be harvested, cut up and boiled to form molasses. Cooking would be done in pots or skillets on the open fireplace, which also served for light in the evening. An iron pot with a lid would serve as an oven for baking bread, with coals from the fireplace raked under and on top.

Clothes would have been of local cotton, separated from the seeds by hand -- Eli Whitney's cotton gin would not come until the turn of the century. More durable fiber was derived from flax -- the fines would become linen, the coarse fibers made into rope. Warmer clothes would be made from wool. In every case the women and woven spun the fibers into thread on a loom.

The Revolution - When the Colonies decided to declare independence from England, William had put himself and his family at risk, giving 300 lbs. of beef to the struggling Continental Army.

Some of his neighbors had refused to help, and several were outright opposed to what he had done, remaining loyal to the Crown. William's son Henry supported his father's decision, when he also donated beef to the Revolution. His sons John and William Jr. served in the Virginia Army.

William Haynes did not live to see the thirteen colonies succeed in gaining independence from Great Britain. In the spring of 1780, when William was seventy, the War for Independence was not going well. Thinking of his children's future, he must have worried about their safety, now that King George's General Cornwallis was leading raids deep into the surrounding counties, seeking to put down the Rebellion.

A Most Unusual Will - In April 1780, feeling it was time to put his affairs in order, William called in a clerk and dictated his will. He was 70. When it was finished, William put his "W" mark at the bottom, a mark often confused as a middle initial. He then handed the document to Mary and Merriman "Merry" Carter, who put their signatures on the will dividing his estate. Frances Carter added her "X" as the third witness. It would prove to be a most unusual will.
When William's will was probated June 25, 1781, the summer following his death, it may have come as a surprise to his three sons, William Jr., Henry, and John, since none of them witnessed their father's will, and none were named executor. William named his two sons-in-law, Stephen Sanders and William Leftwich as his executors, and gifted them and their wives generously.

Under traditional customs, the first-born son William Jr. would have inherited the bulk of the estate, by primogeniture. He did not. Often the first-born son would have been named executor of the state. He was not. His younger brother Henry did a little better, but not much; and John, the youngest son, got the least of all.

William's will cites his eight children, probably in order of their age. He left the bulk of his estate -- his plantation, 200 acres and a slave, to Stephen Sanders, husband of his daughter Mildred. While we shall never know the reasons for this division of his worldly goods, it is interesting to speculate. Geography may have played a part. Families tended to stay close-by in these times. Parents often gifted a portion of their farmland to a married child. But William Jr. did not live nearby. He lived in the next county, Amherst, a day's ride away. His father left him one Negro slave; no land, no livestock, no cash. Son John and his family were far away in Hanover County, nearer the coast. He was given only a half-interest in a slave, to be shared with his older sister Frances.

Did William's sons live far away because of an estrangement, or was this distance the cause of the family drifting apart. We do not know. William took his reasons to his grave. No marker exists for his final resting-place, but it was surely on his farm, next to his wife Elizabeth, who had passed away earlier.

William's Legacy - If William Jr. and his brothers and sisters did not inherit many worldly goods from their father, they did inherit his pioneer spirit of freedom and independence, and the ability to thrive on the frontier. For as we shall see, William's children and grandchildren were among those who continued the move ever westward, spreading the family name to new lands beyond the Blue Ridge. They would cross the Shenandoah Valley, passing through the Cumberland Gap in the Appalachian Mountain range, and journey along the Wilderness Road into Kentucky. They were among the vanguard of the movement to settle the new West.

Last update Sunday, March 18, 2001

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Haynes, William (I47196)
 
45821 William Henry Bess, Cemetery Profile, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/87139123/william-henry-bess, abstracted by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Friday, December 21st, 2018 Source (S13463)
 
45822 William Henry Brown (1856 - 1937)" biography submitted by Allan Thomas, last modified December 6, 2015 and abstracted December 16, 2015 by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Brown-42914 Source (S8748)
 
45823 William Henry Cantrell (1865-1962), Ancestors & Descendants, https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/2:2:SRJ8-RRK, This person, place, event, location, document or photo was abstracted or parsed by David A. Hennessee, http://thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I3&tree=hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the this website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Thursday, January 9th, 2020 Source (S15080)
 
45824 William Henry Hennessee
BIRTH 2 May 1883
Sherman, Grayson County, Texas, USA
DEATH 8 Nov 1944 (aged 61)
BURIAL
Cement Cemetery
Cement, Caddo County, Oklahoma, USA
PLOT Row 20
MEMORIAL ID 60029083 · View Source

MEMORIAL
PHOTOS 1
FLOWERS 3
Family Members
Parents
Photo
W A Hennessee
1855–1933

Photo
Emma Hennessee
1850–1920

Spouse
Photo
Goldie Mae Walker Hennessee
1887–1985

Siblings
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Mollie F Hennessee Slover
1884–1918

Photo
Nettie Pearl Hennessee Madole
1887–1951

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Hennessee, William Henry (I2819)
 
45825 William Henry was about 24 when he married 16-year-old Martha Anderson in Perry County in 1876. Their first child, John Wiley or Wesley was born July 15, 1878 in Tennessee when Martha was about 18 but by the time of the 1880 census, they are living in Shoal Creek, Barry County, Missouri where his father James Swindle was living. The 1880 census taken June 16th 1880, page 27, ED3 show William Henry and his family (last name spelled Wicks) on lines 10-12, just below his half-sister Martha and her husband James Parks and their family:

Wicks, William 26, farmer, can't read or write, born in Tennessee, both parents born in Tennessee

Wicks, Martha 21, wife, keeping house, can't read or write, born in Tennessee, both parents born in Tennessee


Wicks, John 1, son, born in Tennessee, both parents born in Tennessee


In the 1900 census, William Henry and his family are still living in Shoal Creek, ED14, 23 June, Sheet 15, lines 50-61:

Weeks, William born February 1852, 48, married 24 years, born in TN, father born in TN, mother born in Alabama, farmer, can read and write, owns his farm (mortgaged)

Weeks, Martha, wife, born February 1860, 40, married 24 years, born in TN, father born in TN, mother born in AL

Weeks, John, son, born July 1878, 21, single, born in TN, father born in TN, mother born in AL, farm laborer

Weeks, Arthur, son, born April 1881, 19, single, born in MO, both parents born in TN, farm laborer

Weeks, Oscar, son, born February 1883, 17, single, born in MO, both parents born in TN, farm laborer

Weeks, Albert, son, born October 1884, 15, born in MO, both parents born in TN, farm laborer

Weeks, Mintie, daughter, born March 1886, 14, born in MO, both parents born in TN

Weeks, Mamie, daughter, born December 1888, 11, born in MO, both parents born in TN

Weeks, Loyd, son, born October 1890, 9, born in MO, both parents born in TN

Weeks, Monta, daughter, born April 1893, 7, born in MO, both parents born in TN

Weeks, Maudie, daughter, born June 1895, 4, born in MO, both parents born in TN

Weeks, Mable, daughter, born March 1899, 1, born in MO, both parents born in TN

William Henry is in the 1920 census for Curry County, ED50, Sheet 5A, lines 44-45, 12-14 January:

Weeks, William H., owns his home (mortgaged), 67, widowed, can read and write, born in TN, father born in TN, mother born in AL, farmer

Weeks, Monta P., daughter, 22, single, can read and write, born in MO, both parents born in TN, no occupation


According to a report done by Tama Spencer who descends from William Henry’s daughter Mayme, William Henry leased his land in New Mexico for oil in 1920.

The 1930 census shows William Henry living in Murry County Oklahoma, Allen Township, ED50-1, Sheet 8A, 17 April, line 2, Dwelling 124, family 126:

Weeks, William H., living on a farm he owns, age 78, widow, born in TN, father born in U.S., mother born in Alabama, farmer, truck farm.


As far as we know, William Henry never remarried. He died October 29, 1946 in Purdy, Barry County, Missouri and was buried in Corsicana Cemetery where his wife and his father James Swindle were buried.

I have a copy of his death certificate and it says he was born February 4, 1850 in Memphis, Tennessee. He wasn't in the 1850 census with either his mother Ann or the Swindle family, but he is in the 1860 census as age 8, which means he probably was born in 1852. His father's name is listed as ? Weeks, born in Tennessee, and his mother's maiden name is not given. Her first name is almost impossible to read but looks like it could be Cynthia. It also says he died in the rural area of Exeter and that he was a retired farmer. His obit was in the Cassville Missouri Democrat.
 
Weeks, William Henry (I37745)
 
45826 William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke KG (c. 1423 – 27 July 1469), known as "Black William", was a Welsh nobleman, politician, and courtier. He was the son of William ap Thomas, founder of Raglan Castle, and Gwladys ferch Dafydd Gam, and grandson of Dafydd Gam, an adherent of King Henry V of England.

His father had been an ally of Richard of York, and Herbert supported the Yorkist cause in the Wars of the Roses. In 1461 Herbert was rewarded by King Edward IV with the title Baron Herbert of Raglan (having assumed an English-style surname in place of the Welsh patronymic), and was invested as a Knight of the Garter.

Soon after the decisive Yorkist victory at the Battle of Towton in 1461, Herbert replaced Jasper Tudor [Editor's Note: view Sir Jasper's page; http://thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I47779&tree=hennessee, as Earl of Pembroke which gave him control of Pembroke Castle. However, he fell out with Lord Warwick "the Kingmaker" in 1469, when Warwick turned against the King. William and his brother Richard were executed by the Lancastrians, now led by Warwick, after the Battle of Edgecote Moor, near Banbury.[1]

Herbert was succeeded by his son, William, but the earldom was surrendered in 1479. It was later revived for a grandson, another William Herbert, the son of Black William's illegitimate son, Sir Richard Herbert of Ewyas.

Marriage and children

He married Anne Devereux, daughter of Walter Devereux, Lord Chancellor of Ireland and Elizabeth Merbury. They had at least ten children:

William Herbert, 2nd Earl of Pembroke (5 March 1451 – 16 July 1491).
Sir Walter Herbert. (c. 1452 - d. 16 September 1507) Married Lady Anne Stafford, sister to the Duke of Buckingham.
Sir George Herbert of St. Julians.
Philip Herbert of Lanyhangel.
Cecilie Herbert.
Maud Herbert. Married Henry Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland.
Katherine Herbert. Married George Grey, 2nd Earl of Kent.
Anne Herbert. Married John Grey, 1st Baron Grey of Powis, 9th Lord of Powys (died 1497).
Isabel Herbert. Married Sir Thomas Cokesey.
Margaret Herbert. Married first Thomas Talbot, 2nd Viscount Lisle and secondly Sir Henry Bodringham.
William had three illegitimate sons but the identities of their mothers are unconfirmed:

Sir Richard Herbert of Ewyas. Father of William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke (10th Creation). Probably son of Maud, daughter of Adam ap Howell Graunt (Gwynn).
Sir George Herbert. The son of Frond verch Hoesgyn. Married Sybil Croft.[2]
Sir William Herbert of Troye. Son of Frond verch Hoesgyn. Married, second, Blanche Whitney (nâee Milborne) see Blanche Milborne. They had two sons.[3]
See also[edit]
The White Queen (TV series) 
Herbert, Sir William 1st Earl of Pembroke (I49925)
 
45827 William Hershel Moore
BIRTH 13 Nov 1893
DEATH 27 Dec 1961 (aged 68)
BURIAL
McElroy Cemetery
Van Buren County, Tennessee, USA
MEMORIAL ID 15135772 · View Source

Son of William Moore and Betty Baker, William first married 1 Dec 1912 in Van Buren Co, TN Sallie Cole. After Sallie's death he married her niece Avo Elizabeth Cole on 26 Mar 1916 in Van Buren Co, TN.

Family Members
Spouses
Sallie Cole Moore
1890–1913 (m. 1912)

Photo
Avo Elizabeth Cole Moore
1898–1989

Children

Mary E. Moore McCoy
1917–2007


William James Moore
1920–1997

Casteen Vivian Moore Hillis
1924–2005

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Moore, William Hershel (I20365)
 
45828 William Hershell “Jack” Wright (1908-2003), Cemetery Profile, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/107279801/william-hershell-wright, This person, place, event, location, document or photo was abstracted or parsed by David A. Hennessee, http://thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I3&tree=hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the this website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Saturday, December 7th, 2019 Source (S14964)
 
45829 WILLIAM HICKS - VIRGINIA TO TENNESSEE

William Hicks, born circa 1793, VA, occupation farmer, married circa 1809, in Tennessee, Sarah "Sally" Magness, born Sep 1794, NC, (daughter of George Magness and Mary "Polly" Durham) died circa 1890, DeKalb Co., TN. William died after 1850, Warren Co., TN. The couple had eight or more children.

The couple were divorced in 1854. DeKalb County, TN chancery court records tell us the following:

"Sarah Hicks vs. William Hicks: Complainant and defendant have been married more than 40 years. The defendant, some three years since, maliciously and without any reasonable cause, abandoned complainant and has refused to live with or provide for her. The bonds of matrimony are dissolved. 27 October 1854."


In her old age, Sally lived with a daughter, Becky Scott, in DeKalb County near her brother's home. 
Hicks, William (I4255)
 
45830 William Hurshel “Hurshell” Judkins, Cemetery Profile, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/94243690/william-hurshel-judkins, abstracted by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Monday, December 3rd, 2018

 
Source (S13370)
 
45831 William Hurt and his son John had been in the area for more than thirty years. Hurt, William (I36735)
 
45832 William I the Conqueror of England and Normandy, Duke of Normandy, King of England, was born 9 September 1027 in Falaise, France to Robert II, Duke of Normandy (c1000-1035) and Herleva of Falaise (1003-1050) and died 1087 in Rouen, France of unspecified causes. He married Matilda of Flanders (c1031-1083) 1051 JL . Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814). Ancestors are from France, Germany, Belgium.
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William I, King of England, Duke of Normandy was a mediµval monarch. He ruled as the Duke of Normandy from 1035 to 1087 and as King of England from 1066 to 1087. As Duke of Normandy, William was known as William II, and, as King of England, as William I. He is commonly refered to as William the Conqueror (Guillaume le Conquâerant) or William the Bastard (Guillaume le Băatard).

The name "William the Bastard", a name used by his enemies arose from the fact that his mother was a Tanner's daughter who agreed to be his father Robert II's mistress. She demanded that their relationship not be secret, and had a position in court. After the affair was over, she married a Viscount. William retained the favour of his father and when Robert II left for the Holy Land, he forced his lords to pledge fealty to William. Robert II never returned from the Holy land and the oath was quickly forgotten, and intrigue surrounded the boy Duke. William's guardian Gilbert of Brionne was murdered, as was his tutor, as was his uncle Osbern- killed while protecting William from kidnappers found in his bedroom. William was sent away from home for his protection, and it was common practice for William's uncle Walter to awaken him in the night to move him to a new location.

By age fifteen, William was knighted, and by twenty he went to war against his cousin Guy of Normandy to defend his title of Duke of Normandy. With the help of King Henri I of France, he subdued his enemies who were forced to swear allegiance to William.

William asked for the hand of Matilda, daughter of Count Baldwin V of Flanders, but Matilda would have none of it. Purportedly, she was in love with the English ambassador to Flanders, a Saxon named Brihtric, who declined her advances. As for William, she told his emissary that she was far too high-born (being descended from King Alfred the Great of England) to consider marrying a bastard. When that was repeated to him, William, all of 5'10", rode from Normandy to Bruges, found Matilda on her way to church, dragged her off her horse (some said by her long braids), threw her down in the street in front of her flabbergasted attendants, and then rode off. Another version states that William rode to Matilda's father's house in Lille, threw her to the ground in her room (again, by the braids), and hit her (or violently shook her) before leaving.

William convinced Matilda to relent, but the pope opposed the marriage because they were distant cousins. For a period of time all of Normandy was excommunicated along with their duke because William disregarded the pope's advice and married Matilda. In return for the construction of two abbeys, the excommunication of Normandy was lifted.

In 1051, William visited his cousin Edward the Confessor, king of England. Edward was childless, and William's account is that the king made him his heir. According to supporters of William, Edward sent his brother in law Harold Godwinson to see William in 1063. Other accounts say that Harold was shipwrecked. All accounts agree that William refused to let Harold depart until he swore on holy relics that he would uphold William's claim to the throne of England, and agreed to marry his daughter (then an infant) Agatha. After winning his release, Harold reneged on both promises.

In support of his claim to the English crown, William invaded England in 1066, leading an army of Normans to victory over the Anglo-Saxon forces of Harold Godwinson at the Battle of Hastings, and suppressed subsequent English revolts| in what has become known as the Norman Conquest.

His reign brought Norman culture to England, which had an enormous impact on the subsequent course of England in the Middle Ages. In addition to political changes, his reign also saw changes to English law, a programme of building and fortification, changes in the English language and the introduction of continental European feudalism into England.

For additional details beyond William's family history, see more here.

Residence at Falaise
In Falaise France, is a series of statues that pays tribute to the six Norman Dukes from Rollo to William Conqueror. The castle here was the principal residence of the Norman Knights.

Chăateau Guillaume-le-Conquâerant Place Guillaume le Conquâerant / 14700 Falaise / Tel: 02 31 41 61 44

History of Norman Dukes
Homepage - Falaise Castle of William the Conqueror - In French.


Children

Offspring of William I of England and Matilda of Flanders (c1031-1083)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Robert III, Duke of Normandy (c1051-1134) 1051 (Normandy) 10 February 1134 (Cardiff Castle+ Glamorganshire+ Wales) Sybilla of Conversano (-1103)

Richard of Normandy (c1054) 1054 Normandy 1081 New Forest, Hampshire
Adeliza of Normandy (c1055) 1055 Normandy 1065
Cecilia of Normandy (c1055) 1055 Normandy, France 30 July 1126 Caen, Calvados, France
William II of England (c1056-1100) 1056 Normandy, France 2 August 1100 New Forest, England, United Kingdom
Adela of Normandy (c1062) 1062 Normandy, France 8 March 1138 Marcigny, Saăone-et-Loire, France Stephen II, Count of Blois (c1045-1102)

Agatha of Normandy (c1064) 1064 1079
Constance of Normandy (c1066-1090) 1066 1090 Alain Fergent de Bretagne (c1060-1119)

Henry I of England (1068-1135) 13 June 1068 Selby, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom 1 December 1135 St. Denis-le-Fermont near Gisors, Picardy, Lyons-la-Forăet, Eure, France Ansfrid (1070-?)
Matilda of Scotland (c1080-1118)
Sybil Corbet (1077-?)
Edith
Gieva de Tracy
Nest ferch Rhys (c1073-aft1136)
Isabel de Beaumont
Adeliza of Leuven (1103-1151)



Common ancestors of William I of England (1027-1087) and Matilda of Flanders (c1031-1083)

Fulk II, Count of Anjou (?-958)
Gerberge of Maine (?-?)
Noteworthy descendants include

Henry II of England (1133-1189)
William I of England (1027-1087)

Footnotes (including sources)
‡ General
wikipedia:en:William the Conqueror
Burke's Guide to the Royal Family, London, 1973 , Reference: 193, 310

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Conqueror, William the King of England, Duke of Normandy (I37353)
 
45833 William II de Ferrers, 4th Earl of Derby (c. 1168 – c. 1247) was a favourite of King John of England. He succeeded to the estate (but not the title) upon the death of his father, William de Ferrers, 3rd Earl of Derby, at the Siege of Acre in 1190. He was head of a family which controlled a large part of Derbyshire which included an area known as Duffield Frith.

He adopted his father's allegiance to King Richard as the reigning king. On Richard's return from the Third Crusade, in the company of David Ceannmhor and the Earl of Chester he played a leading role in besieging Nottingham Castle, on 28 March 1194, which was being held by supporters of Prince John. For seven weeks after this he held the position of Sheriff of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.[1]

On the accession of John after the death of his brother, in 1199, William gave him his allegiance, and became a great favourite. He restored to the de Ferrars' family the title of Earl of Derby, along with the right to the "third penny", and soon afterwards bestowed upon him the manors of Ashbourne and Wirksworth, with the whole of that wapentake, subject to a fee farm rent of ą70 per annum.[2]

When, in 1213, John surrendered his kingdoms of England and Ireland to the Pope, William was one of the witnesses to the "Bulla Aurea." In the following year William gave surety on behalf of the king for the payment of a yearly tribute of 1,000 marks.

In the same year, 1214, the King granted the Earl the royal castle of Harestan (Horsley Castle). William was a patron of at least 2 abbeys and 4 priories. In 1216, John made him bailiff of the Peak Forest and warden of the Peak Castle.

In that year, John was succeeded by the nine-year-old Henry III. Because of continuing discontent about John's violations of the Magna Carta, some of the barons had approached Prince Louis of France who invaded in that year. William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke acting on behalf of the young King sought to repel the invaders and pacify the barons. His forces, with the assistance of de Ferrers, the Earl of Chester and others, defeated the rebels at the siege of Lincoln.

De Ferrers was allowed to retain the royal castles of Bolsover, Peak and Horston (Horsley) until the King's 14th birthday. The latter had been given him in 1215 as a residence for his wife, during his planned absence with the King on Crusade.[3] and the Earl was among those who made representation to the King, which would in 1258 led to the Provisions of Oxford .

Henry reached his fourteenth birthday in 1222 and his administration sought to recover the three royal castles, to de Ferrers' indignation. In 1254 they would pass to Edward I, Henry's son, exacerbating Robert's, the sixth earl, resentment against the prince.[4]

He was married to Agnes De Kevelioch, sister of Ranulph de Blondeville, 4th Earl of Chester, for 55 years. As the Earl advanced in years he became a martyr to severe attacks of the gout, a disease which terminated his life in the year 1247. He was succeeded by his elder son, also William, the Fifth Earl of Derby.

William de Ferrers School

William de Ferrers School and Sixth form is a "foundation comprehensive" (state-funded, non-selective, with some control over how to spend its allotted money) school in the rural town of South Woodham Ferrers, Essex. The school is named after William Ferrers a descendant of Henry de Ferrers who was given the area as a gift from William the Conqueror after the Norman Conquest.

William De Ferrers Football Club

Henry Ferrers' descendant gave his name to the local Essex (UK) football team of the same name, often abbreviated to Willy De or known simply as The Baby blues. The club was founded in 1983 and currently has 3 senior men’s teams.[citation needed]

Family and children

William de Ferrers, 5th Earl of Derby
Sybil de Ferrers, married Sir John Vipont [1], Lord of Appleby and had issue.
Sir Thomas of Chartley Ferrers
Sir Hugh of Bugbrooke Ferrers (married and had issue)
Petronille de Ferrers (married Hervey de Stafford)

References

Jump up ^ See High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and the Royal Forests.
Jump up ^ Bland, W., 1887 Duffield Castle: A lecture at the Temperance Hall, Wirksworth Derbyshire Advertiser
Jump up ^ Turbutt, G., (1999) A History of Derbyshire. Volume 2: Medieval Derbyshire, Cardiff: Merton Priory Press
Jump up ^ J. R. Maddicott, 'Ferrers, Robert de, sixth earl of Derby (c. 1239–1279)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004 [ accessed 28 Oct 2007]

de Ferrers, Sir William Knight, 4th Earl of Derby (I46771)
 
45834 William III (Dutch: Willem; 4 November 1650 – 8 March 1702),[2] also widely known as William of Orange, was sovereign Prince of Orange from birth, Stadtholder of Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, Gelderland and Overijssel in the Dutch Republic from 1672 and King of England, Ireland and Scotland from 1689 until his death in 1702. As King of Scotland, he is known as William II.[3] He is sometimes informally known in Northern Ireland and Scotland as "King Billy".[4]

William inherited the principality of Orange from his father, William II, who died a week before William's birth. His mother, Mary, was the daughter of King Charles I of England. In 1677, he married his fifteen-year-old first cousin, Mary, the daughter of his maternal uncle James, Duke of York.

A Protestant, William participated in several wars against the powerful Catholic king of France, Louis XIV, in coalition with Protestant and Catholic powers in Europe. Many Protestants heralded him as a champion of their faith. In 1685, his Catholic father-in-law, James, Duke of York, became king of England, Ireland and Scotland. James's reign was unpopular with the Protestant majority in Britain. William, supported by a group of influential British political and religious leaders, invaded England in what became known as the "Glorious Revolution". On 5 November 1688, he landed at the southern English port of Brixham. James was deposed and William and Mary became joint sovereigns in his place. They reigned together until her death on 28 December 1694, after which William ruled as sole monarch.

William's reputation as a staunch Protestant enabled him to take power in Britain when many were fearful of a revival of Catholicism under James. William's victory at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690 is still commemorated by loyalists in Northern Ireland and Scotland. His reign in Britain marked the beginning of the transition from the personal rule of the Stuarts to the more Parliament-centred rule of the House of Hanover.

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William III King of England, Ireland and Scotland (I45587)
 
45835 William is enumerated in the household of, W. L. STEAKLEY...DAH

Why is there no mention of him in 1860T.T census?...DAH 
Crelia, William (I25769)
 
45836 William Isaac Basham Sr. (abt. 1722 - 1768), Profile, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Basham-95, abstracted by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Wednesday, December 19th, 2018 Source (S13458)
 
45837 William John Gillentine, obituary, "The Southern Standard", date unknown,
abstracted by Margie Tucker 
Source (S24885)
 
45838 William Kimbrough Carr
Birthdate: September 09, 1810
Birthplace: Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Virginia, United States
Death: December 23, 1867 (57)
Norristown, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States
Immediate Family:
Son of Jonathon Boucher Carr and Barbara Ann Carr
Husband of Rebecca Louise Carr
Father of Ellen Louise McDonald; George Wallace Carr; Anna Bernard Carr and John Weber Carr
Brother of Lieutenant Garland Overton Carr

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September 9, 1810
Birth of William
Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Virginia, United States
1845
December 22, 1845
Age 35
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Columbus, Franklin County, OH, United States
1848
February 25, 1848
Age 37
Birth of Anna Bernard Carr
Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, United States
February 25, 1848
Age 37
Birth of George Wallace Carr
Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, United States
1857
February 21, 1857
Age 46
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Norristown, Montgomery County, PA, United States
1867
December 23, 1867
Age 57
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Carr, William Kimbrough (I54061)
 
45839 William Kimbrough Carr (1810-1867), Ancestors & Descendants, https://www.geni.com/people/William-Carr/6000000026975748190, This person, place, event, location, document or photo was abstracted or parsed by David A. Hennessee, http://thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I3&tree=hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the this website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Tuesday, November 12th, 2019 Source (S14853)
 
45840 William Kimbrough Carr (1810-1867), Cemetery Profile, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/77441679/william-kimbrough-carr, This person, place, event, location, document or photo was abstracted or parsed by David A. Hennessee, http://thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I3&tree=hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the this website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Sunday, November
10th, 2019 
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45841 William KNOWLES

Birth: Abt 1824
Death: Aft 1880

Note: Farmer. In 1850 and 1860 census' William and Catherine living next to his parents, John and Mahala Knowles



Father: John K KNOWLES b: 1784 in Augusta Va
Mother: Mahala HARDIN b: 1784 in N. C.

Marriage 1 Catherine ROBERTS b: 16 May 1824 in White Co Tn

* Married: 20 Sep 1846 in White Co Tn 10



Children

1. Mahala KNOWLES b: Jun 1851 in White Co. Tn
2. John Lorenzo KNOWLES b: Oct 1853 in Tn
3. Sarah A KNOWLES b: Feb 1857 in White Co. Tn
4. William KNOWLES b: Abt 1858 in Tn
5. James KNOWLES b: 1861 in Tn


Sources:

1. Title: 1850 White Co Tn. 
Knowles, William M. (I5993)
 
45842 William L. Keeling had resided in the rural Reeds, Missouri community for 67 years, having been a carpenter, now retired.
His wife Matilda Keeling preceded him in death in 1934.

He had been a patient in McCune-Brooks Hospital 5 days previously to his death from complications cold and flu affecting chronic myocarditis.
Dr. Baker was the attending physician and his funeral arrangements were placed in the care of the Ulmer Funeral Home in Carthage, MO

His parents were:
FATHER: Camel Keeling
Birthplace: Tennessee
and
MOTHER: Mary Tutt Keeling
Birthplace: Tennessee 
Keeling, William Leonard (I25159)
 
45843 William la Zouche, 1st Baron Zouche (1276/86–1352) lord of the manor of Harringworth in Northamptonshire, was an English baron and soldier who fought in the Wars of Scottish Independence. He is referred to in history as "of Harringworth" to distinguish him from his first cousin (of the senior line) Alan la Zouche, 1st Baron la Zouche (1267–1314) of Ashby de la Zouch in Leicestershire.

Contents
1 Ancestry
2 Career and life
3 Family
4 References
5 Bibliography

Ancestry

William was the son of Eudo la Zouche (d. 1279) by his wife Millicent de Cantilupe (d. 1299), widow of John de Mohaut, daughter of William III de Cantilupe by his wife Eva de Braose, 3rd daughter and co-heiress of William de Braose, Baron Bergavenny.[5] Millicent de Cantilupe was a great heiress, being a co-heir to her brother George de Cantilupe (d. 1273), Baron Bergavenny, feudal baron of Totnes in Devon (formerly held by de Braose), she was heiress of the English feudal barony of Eaton Bray (formerly held by Cantilupe) and of the manor of Harringworth, amongst many other lands.[6]

William's younger brother was Roger la Zouch, Lord of Lubbesthorpe (d. 1303), father of Roger la Zouch the instigator of the murder of Roger de Beler in 1326. William's sister, Eva la Zouch, was married to the rebel Maurice de Berkeley, 2nd Baron Berkeley who was imprisoned in Wallingford Castle and died there also in 1326.

Career and life
William inherited the manor of Harringworth including a park and wood upon the death of his mother Millicent de Cantilupe in 1299.[2][non-primary source needed]

William was summoned to Parliament by writ as Baron Zouche of Harringworth from 1308 to 1325[7][non-primary source needed] and to serve against the Scottish from 1314 (after the disastrous Battle of Bannockburn) to 1317.[7][non-primary source needed]

William was pardoned for his role in the death of Piers Gaveston in October 1313[7][non-primary source needed] but made a Conservator of the Peace in Northamptonshire from 1317 to 1321 and ordered to suppress illegal meetings.[7][non-primary source needed]

In February 1322 William was ordered to muster as many men-at-arms and foot soldiers as he could and to march to the King to aid in the suppression of the rebels of Thomas, 2nd Earl of Lancaster.[7][non-primary source needed] William declined and sent two men-at-arms in June, claiming ill health as his excuse.[7][non-primary source needed]

Later in 1322 William was summoned to serve against the Scots and against Lancaster's rebels.[7][non-primary source needed] He was summoned to defend Aquitaine in 1324, which was lost under the poor leadership of Hugh le Despenser, 1st Earl of Winchester, and to go to Gascony in 1325.[7][non-primary source needed]

After Queen Isabella and Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March's successful overthrow of her husband, Edward II, William was summoned to the Parliament held in January 1327[7][non-primary source needed] which decided it had lost confidence in the rule of Edward and forced his abdication.

William died on 10 March 1352 and Inquisition post mortems found he held land in Shropshire, Wiltshire, Norfolk, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Rutland, Warwickshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Worcestershire.[3][non-primary source needed]

Family
William married Maud Lovel (d. 1346), daughter of John Lovel, 1st Baron Lovel of Titchmarch,[8] the builder of Wardour Castle.

By his wife William had at least 10 children[8] including:

Eudo la Zouche (1297/8 – April 1326 Paris, France[9]) m. Joan daughter and heiress of William Inge.[9][non-primary source needed] Succeeded by his son William la Zouche, 2nd Baron Zouche
William la Zouche[7][non-primary source needed]
John la Zouche, elder[7][non-primary source needed]
Roger la Zouche[7][non-primary source needed]
Thomas la Zouche[7][non-primary source needed]
John la Zouche, younger[7][non-primary source needed]
Edmund la Zouche[7][non-primary source needed]
Millicent la Zouche[7][non-primary source needed] m. William Deyncourt
Isabel la Zouche[7][non-primary source needed]
Thomasina la Zouche[7][non-primary source needed]
References
Harley MS 5803, London: British Library, Harl MS 5803
Cal Inq PMs III 1912.
Cal Inq PMs X.
Cal Inq PMs V 1908.
Cockayne Complete Peerage, Vol. XII/2, p. 938
Cockayne Complete Peerage, Vol. XII/2, p. 948, note a
Parl Writs II Digest 1834.
Cockayne Complete Peerage, Vol. XII/2, p. 940
Cal Inq PMs VI.
Bibliography
Cokayne, George Edward (1893). Complete Peerage. 12. London: George Bell & Sons.
Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem. III. London: HMSO. 1912.
Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem. V. London: HMSO. 1908.
Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem. VI. London: HMSO. 1910.
Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem. X. London: HMSO. 1921.
Patent Rolls. Westminster: Parliament of England. 1232–1509.
Parliamentary Writs Alphabetical Digest. II. London: Public Record Office. 1834.

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Zouche, Sir William 1st Baron Zouche (I50675)
 
45844 William Lackey
Birthdate: October 10, 1688
Birthplace: Glasgow, Lanarkshire, , Scotland
Death: 1756 (67)
Drumore, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA
Immediate Family:
Son of James Alexander Leckie and Janet Craig
Husband of Rebecca Lackey
Father of Samuel Lackey; Alexander Lackey; Mary (Lackey) Burney (1751-?); Catherine Lackey and Adam Lackey
Brother of John Leckie
Half brother of Agnas Leckie; John Leckie; James Leckie; William Leckie; Jonet Leckie and 6 others
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Rebecca Lackey
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Samuel Lackey
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Alexander Lackey
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Mary (Lackey) Burney (1751-?)
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Catherine Lackey
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Adam Lackey
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James Alexander Leckie
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Janet Craig
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James Leckie
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Came to America about 1724.

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Lackey, William (I33703)
 
45845 William lamb Family
Of Lawrence Co. Arkansas
and other Counties
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1-- William* LAMB-517 (1795-1850) Tennessee sp-Mary SEE-235 ( - )
2-- John E. LAMB-518 (1816- ) Tennessee
sp-Amelia-524 (1826- ) Arkansas
3-- Pernicia LAMB-525 (1847- ) Greene County,Arkanssa
3-- William LAMB-526 (1849- ) Greene County,Arkansas
2-- William Albert LAMB-519 (1819-1870) Tennessee
sp-Jane E.-527 (1820- )
3-- Wesley See LAMB-528 (1841- )
3-- Guilford LAMB-529 (1843- )
3-- Willey LAMB-530 (1845- )
3-- Louisa LAMB-531 (1845- )
3-- Letha Marcinda LAMB-532 (1846- )
3-- Obediah Julius LAMB-533 (1847-1878) Arkansas
sp-Martha R.-554 (1850-1919) Tennessee
4-- Thomas H. LAMB-555 (1869-1959) Yell County,Arkansas
sp-Alma Victoria BURTON-559 (1889-1925)
5-- Lucille LAMB-460 (1922- ) Fontain,Greene Co. Arkansas
sp-Charles Lawrence SMITH-459 (1924-2001) Gladden,Missouri
4-- Pauletta LAMB-556 (1872-1880) Arkansas
4-- Minnie B. LAMB-557 (1876- ) Arkansas
sp-James M. BURK-558 ( - )
3-- James A. LAMB-261 (1856-1899) Craighed County,Arkansas
sp-Mary E. TYLER-260 (1854-1927)
4-- Eva Elizabeth LAMB-264 ( - )
sp-H.B. STEPHENS-271 ( - )
4-- B. E. LAMB-268 ( - )
sp-Viola CLARK-275 ( - )
4-- Laura Effie LAMB-263 (1877- ) Craighed County,Arkansas
sp-Walter PRATT-270 ( - )
4-- George A. LAMB-262 (1878-1938) Craighed County,Arkansas
sp-Lilly B. CLARK-269 (1877-1952)
4-- Dixie LAMB-560 (1881- ) Craighed County,Arkansas
sp-H. B. STEVENS-561 ( - )
4-- Maude LAMB-266 (1883- ) Craighed County,Arkansas
sp-John BRYANT-273 ( - )
4-- Sidney LAMB-265 (1884- ) Craighed County,Arkansas
sp-Cora SMITH-272 ( - )
4-- William Proctor LAMB-267 (1886- ) Craighed County,Arkansas
sp-Alma STEPHENS-274 ( - )
4-- Bulah LAMB-562 (1897- )
2-- Isaac P. LAMB-436 (1821-1865) North Carolina
sp-Millie COOK-437 (1829- ) Tennessee
3-- John H. LAMB-508 (1845- ) Greene County,Arkansas
3-- Martin LAMB-509 (1847- ) Greene Co. ARkansas
3-- Nancy LAMB-510 (1849- ) Greene County,Arkansas
3-- Milus C. LAMB-511 (1850-1870)
3-- William J. LAMB-512 (1852- ) Craighed County,Arkansas
3-- Louisa Catherine LAMB-435 (1856- ) McDonald County,Missouri
sp-David COOK-434 (1853- )
4-- Millie Elizabeth COOK-438 (1874- )
4-- Mary Alice COOK-439 (1876- )
4-- Daniel Frankline COOK-440 (1878- )
4-- Lou Creasy COOK-441 (1879- )
4-- David Smith COOK-442 (1881- )
4-- George COOK-443 (1883- )
4-- Annie Belle COOK-444 (1885- )
4-- Albert Joshua COOK-445 (1892- )
sp-Zela Ella GOODIN-446 (1898-1936) 1936
3-- Elizabeth Edith LAMB-513 (1857- ) Craighead County,Arkansas
sp-John Lamb-xxx (1849- ) TN (son of Joseph Lamb)
4-- Amanda Lamb-xxx (1873- )
4-- Tilden Lamb-xxx (1876-1941) ( aka Tildon)
4-- Milburn Lamb-xxx (1879- )
4-- Lanous S. Lamb-xxx (1882- )
3-- Thomas Anderson LAMB-514 (1860- ) Craighed County,Arkansas
sp-Maranda BURSOW-563 (1862- ) Arkansas
4-- Sarah LAMB-564 (1883- ) Arkansas
4-- William LAMB-565 (1894- ) Arkansas
4-- Hubert LAMB-566 (1898- ) Arkansas
4-- Lily LAMB-567 (1899- ) Arkansas
4-- Tindrel LAMB-568 (1902- ) Arkansas
4-- Rebecca LAMB-569 (1904- ) Arkansas
3-- Martha LAMB-515 (1860- ) Craighed County,Arkansas
3-- Samuel James LAMB-161 (1863-1928) Arkansas
sp-Melvina Jane SHRUM-464 (1862-1890) Arkansas
sp-B. Elizabeth "Lizzie" DOLLAR-291 (1876-1905) Arkansas
4-- Dortha M. LAMB-457 (1887-1974) Lawrence Co. Arkansas
sp-James Arthur IVANS-466 (1888-1964) Louisville,Clay County Illinois
5-- Harvey IVANS-467 (1909-1988)
sp-Ruth WARNER-494 ( - )
5-- Minnie IVANS-468 (1915-2003) Lawrence County Arkansas
sp-Leon HUBBS-495 ( - )
5-- Mamie IVANS-496 (1919-2003) Lawrence Co. AR
sp-Cleo RAINWATER-497 (1910-1973) Lawrence County,Arkansas
sp-Conley DOYLE-498 (1909-1992)
5-- Maggie IVANS-469 (1921- ) Lawrence County Arkansas
5-- Muriel IVANS-470 (1926- ) Lawrence County,Alabama
sp-Cecil FREEMAN-259 ( - )
sp-Phil PARKS-471 ( - )
4-- Noah Walter LAMB-36 (1889-1973) Sedwich,Lawrence Co. Arkansas
sp-Mary MCCLATCHY-472 (1892-1915)
sp-Victoria WILSON-150 (1889-1972)
5-- Dovie LAMB-277 (1911- ) Lawrence County Arkansas
sp-Thomas Jefferson MANUS-458 (1910-1944) Lawerence co. Arkansas
sp-Clifford KISSLING-280 ( - )
5-- Avie Irene LAMB-255 (1911-1993) Lawrence County Arkansas
sp-Everett BRADFORD-500 ( - )
sp-MATTOX-501 ( - )
sp-Marion WEATHERFORD-502 ( - )
sp-John Harry LEWIS-113 (1888- ) Walnut Ridge,Lawrence Co.,Arkansas
sp-Edward RICE-256 ( - )
5-- Walter LAMB-279 (1912- )
sp-Thelma BUCHANAN-503 ( - )
5-- Ruby LAMB-174 (1919-1998)
sp-Everett Henry RAINWATER-171 (1814-1995) Craighed County,Arkansas
5-- Leon LAMB-278 (1924- )
sp-Laverta JOHNSON-473 ( - )
5-- Armon LAMB-474 (1927-1987) Lawrence County Arkansas
sp-Marie EAST-505 ( - )
sp-Ruth Ann JONES-506 ( - )
5-- Louise LAMB-475 (1928-1969) Lawrence County Arkansas
5-- Estalee L. LAMB-35 (1931- ) ,Sedwick,Lawrence Co.,Arkansas
sp-Henry Harrison COVEY-34 (1926- ) ,Bowman,Craighead Co.,Arkansas
4-- James Lenord LAMB-25 (1894-1973)
sp-Mattie Elizabeth MANNING-11 (1901-1991) Walnut Ridge,Lawrence Co.,Arkansas
5-- Curtis R. LAMB-485 (1919- )
sp-Lilly Mae CHILDERS-487 ( - )
5-- Cletdith J. LAMB-476 (1920-1990)
sp-Mayble Jane PARSONS-692 (1929-2010)
5-- Grace L. LAMB-478 (1922- )
sp-Joseph Neal HEARD-490 (1912-2000)
5-- Opal V. LAMB-481 (1925- )
sp-Noble CHRISTIAN-491 (1923-1999) Of Rock Falls Illinois
5-- Hazel Marie LAMB-479 (1926- )
sp-Jasper J. WHITMIRE-696 (1927-1968)
5-- Ester Myrtle LAMB-480 (1927- )
sp-Presnell FLOYD-489 (1923-2005)
5-- Mattie Ruth LAMB-486 (1929-2002) Walnut Ridge,Lawrence Co.,Arkansas
sp-Jesse Gene WHITMIRE-695 (1930-1998)
5-- Lily Mae LAMB-484 (1931-2006)
sp-Billy Joe WHITMORE-492 (1932-1999)
5-- Vera Evelyn LAMB-482 (1935- )
sp-Bob RUTLEDGE-493 ( - )
5-- Iva Jean LAMB-483 (1939- )
sp-Bobby Daniel ATKINSON-488 (1933-1989)
5-- Samuel Jackson LAMB-477 (1944-1988)
sp-Marie-715 ( - )
4-- Clabern LAMB-461 (1896- ) Lawerence co. Arkansas
4-- Nellie Rose LAMB-5 (1897-1983)
sp-Clifford MANNING-10 (1897-1997) Walnut Ridge,Lawrence Co.,Arkansas
****** See the descendants of Clifford Manning on the Manning chart *****
4-- Murtle LAMB-169 (1899-1928) Lawrence Co. Arkansas
sp-Homer WYNN-465 (1899- ) Arkansas
4-- Roland LAMB-462 (1910-1923) Lawrence Co. Arkansas
sp-Sethley FLOYD-463 (1819-1974)
sp-Lillie Luisa MANNING-26 (1886-1961) Walnut Ridge,Lawrence Co.,Arkansas
4-- Pauline LAMB-450 ( - )
sp-Marvin HUDSON-689 ( - )
4-- Thedford J. LAMB-447 (1914-1964)
sp-Ida Lavern UNKNOWN-448 (1923-1995)
5-- Donnie Joe LAMB-690 ( - )
4-- Joseph Gracon LAMB-449 (1917- )
sp Nancy Noblin
5-- Sammy Lamb
5-- Shari Mae Lame
5-- Bobby Carroll Lamb
3-- Mary M. LAMB-516 (1865- ) Craighed County,Arkansas
3-- Cindy LAMB-160 (1865- )
sp-Johnnie PARKER-162 ( - )
4-- Notie Lem PARKER-157 (1893-1962)
sp-Silva "Sib" FRY-158 ( - )
5-- Rufus FRY-32 (1915- )
sp-Ruthella DOYLE-30 (1914- )
5-- Artie Mae FRY-29 (1911-2001) Sedgwick,AR
sp-Roscoe Joseph DOYLE-28 (1912-2001)
sp-Zack DEEN-151 (1866-1964)
5-- Willis Dewayne DEEN-156 ( - )
5-- Marzie DEAN-33 (1919-1990)
sp-Warren Washington (Wash) DOYLE-31 (1916- )
5-- Gladys DEEN-728 (1920- ) Lawrence County,Arkansas
5-- Voulean DEEN-155 (1925- ) Walnut Ridge,Lawrence Co.,Arkansas
sp-Eugene W. BALL-154 (1919- ) Walnut Ridge,Lawrence Co.,Arkansas
5-- Henry Jackson DEEN-152 (1929- ) Lawrence County,Arkansas
4-- Ollie PARKER-163 ( - )
sp-Louey BRUNER-164 ( - )
4-- Erbon PARKER-167 ( - )
sp-Mohnie MARTIN-168 ( - )
sp-Bill PARKER-165 ( - )
4-- Circle (Gan) PARKER-166 ( - )
2-- Daniel G. LAMB-520 (1824-1873) Alabama
sp-Sarah A.-574 (1823-1862) Alabama
3-- John LAMB-575 (1847- )
3-- Mary LAMB-576 (1849- )
3-- James T. LAMB-577 (1853- )
3-- Sarah C. LAMB-578 (1854- )
3-- Addorah A. LAMB-579 (1856- )
3-- Chilressa LAMB-580 (1859- )
sp-Margaret J.-581 (1840- ) Tennessee
3-- Daniel Giford LAMB-582 (1864- )
3-- Matilda J. LAMB-583 (1866- )
3-- William J. LAMB-584 (1869-1880)
3-- Lewis LAMB-585 (1872- )
2-- Mary LAMB-521 (1826- ) Tennessee
sp-William C. WHITE-586 (1817- ) Illinois
3-- Sarah WHITE-587 ( - )
3-- Delila WHITE-588 ( - )
3-- Martha WHITE-589 ( - )
2-- Sarah C. LAMB-184 (1827-1867) Alabama
sp-Moses Boling RHEA-183 (1822-1893)
3-- William T. RHEA-188 (1845- )
3-- Marcinda R. RHEA-185 (1848- ) Arkansas
sp-William HENNESSEE-190 (1848- )
3-- Obadiah RHEA-191 (1851- ) Brookland,Craighead County,Arkansas
sp-Mary-194 (1857- ) Brookland,Craighead County,Arkansas
4-- Joseph RHEA-195 (1875- )
3-- John A. RHEA-178 (1854-1898) Greene County,Arkansas
sp-Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" COOPER-202 (1861-1925) Lawrence County,Arkansas
4-- Harry RHEA-177 (1879- ) Lawrence County,Arkansas
sp-Julia MANSFIELD-179 (1885- ) Lawrence County,Arkansas
4-- Annie L. RHEA-197 (1880- ) Brookland,Craighead County,Arkansas
sp-James SURRIDGE-199 (1871- ) Brookland,Craighead County,Arkansas
5-- Neoma SURRIDGE-200 (1900- )
4-- Lindsey "Linnie" Anna RHEA-182 (1883-1910) Lawrence County,Arkansas
sp-William K. SURRIDGE-196 (1869-1903)
5-- Rheamona SURRIDGE-180 (1902-1995) Brookland,Craighead County,Arkansas
sp-Wister H. GREEN-198 (1896- ) Mississippi
sp-Morris G. LESS-181 (1886-1964)
sp-George W. PONDER-201 (1883-1910)
3-- Sarah C. RHEA-192 (1858- ) Greene Co. Arkansas
3-- Flavious S. RHEA-186 (1861-1890)
sp-Laura A. DAILY-189 (1861- )
4-- Daughter RHEA-193 (1891-1891) Walnut Ridge,Lawrence,Arkansas
3-- James RHEA-187 (1861- )
2-- Laban C. LAMB-522 (1831-1900)
sp-Martha LOWERY-534 (1840-1884) Alabama
3-- Massinda Denita LAMB-536 (1864- )
3-- Delnortia Crystania LAMB-537 (1866- )
3-- Dorcas Obedience LAMB-538 (1868-1900)
3-- Dovie Rebecca LAMB-539 (1870-1900)
sp-James Harrison COOK-27 (1867- ) Arkansas
3-- Docorrah LAMB-540 (1875-1880)
3-- Dorthy Emmalisa LAMB-541 (1878-1944)
sp-Elijah H. BAUGH-570 (1875-1943)
4-- Retha Edna BAUGH-571 (1904-1988)
sp-Ernest Sylvester LEVINS-170 (1900-1969) Arkansas
5-- Flossie Lorene LEVINS-616 (1923- )
sp-Herschel Oniel MCMILLON-687 (1917-1990)
sp-R L Sherman DUNNAM-632 (1920- ) Greene Co. Arkansas
5-- Clevie Latina LEVINS-615 (1925- )
sp-Newell Johnny MCMILLON-627 (1925- )
5-- Gerald Len LEVINS-590 (1936- ) Greene County
sp-Ruth Ella CUPP-609 (1937- )
5-- Darrell Glen LEVINS-608 (1938- )
sp-Shirley Jean BRUMMET-607 (1937- )
5-- Billy Gene LEVINS-617 (1941- )
sp-Linda DUCAN-629 ( - )
sp-Deborah Ann DECAPELMAN-628 (1951- )
5-- Brenda Ernestine LEVINS-618 (1949- )
sp-Douglas HOCHSTETLER-619 (1949- )
sp-Harriett Louella BERRY-535 ( - )
3-- Dora Darthulia LAMB-542 ( - )
3-- Ellison See LAMB-543 ( - )
3-- William Albert LAMB-544 (1889- ) Greene County,Arkansas
sp-Mary-572 ( - )
4-- Laben LAMB-573 (1909- )
3-- Fargo Elis LAMB-545 (1892- )
3-- Lily Letia LAMB-546 (1893- )
3-- Nathan Aston LAMB-547 (1896- )
3-- Lemuel See LAMB-548 (1897- )
3-- Finist Jesse LAMB-549 (1900- )
2-- Wesley LAMB-523 (1836-1870) Greene County,Arkansas
sp-Elizabeth-550 ( - )
3-- Laban B. LAMB-551 (1857- )
3-- Mary M. LAMB-552 (1860- )
3-- John W. G. LAMB-553 (1862- )
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Lamb, William (I31752)
 
45846 William Lane Powell Jr (abt. 1705 - abt. 1788), Biography, Ancestors & Descendants, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Powell-1240, abstracted by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Saturday, February 9th, 2019 Source (S13672)
 
45847 William Lane Powell Jr [uncertain]
Born about 1705 in Somerset County, Maryland
ANCESTORS ancestors
Son of William Powell and Elizabeth (Lane) Brittingham
Brother of Margaret Brittingham [half], Sarah Brittingham [half], John Powell, Betty Powell, Margaret (Powell) Bristow, Elizabeth (Brittingham) Powell [half], Elijah Brittingham Sr. [half], Micajah Brittingham [half], Samuel Brittingham [half], Levin Powell and Earlie Brittingham [half]
Husband of Eleanor Douglas (Peyton) Powell — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
HIDE DESCENDANTS
Father of Leven Powell, Clarissa Powell, Christina (Powell) Hatfield, William Powell, Margaret (Powell) Bristow and John Peyton Powell Sr
Died about 24 Feb 1788 in Prince William, Virginia, United States
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Leven Powell ancestors descendants (19 Jul 1737 - 23 Aug 1810) m. Sarah Harrison (17 Dec 1740 - 20 Oct 1812).
Burr Powell ancestors (14 May 1768 - 11 Oct 1839) m. Catherine Brooke (09 Jun 1770 - 18 May 1851) on 5 Jan 1792.
Clarissa Powell ancestors (abt 1739 - abt 1800)
Christina (Powell) Hatfield ancestors descendants (abt 1740 - 25 Oct 1809) m. Andrew Supplee Hatfield (abt 25 Jul 1737 - abt 15 Jan 1813).
Nancy Catherine Hatfield ancestors descendants (25 Oct 1760 - 1845) m. John M McComas (15 Oct 1757 - 31 Mar 1837) on 21 Feb 1786.
Elizabeth Betsey (McComas) Straley ancestors descendants (06 Jun 1803 - 1839) m. Charles Milton Straley (1795 - Oct 1850) on 16 Jul 1818.
Matthew French Straley ancestors (abt 1820)
Charles Decatur Straley Sr ancestors (abt 1827 - 10 Dec 1870) m. Susan Elizabeth Morrison (abt Jun 1840 - abt 1859) abt 1859.
Andrew Jackson Straley ancestors descendants (Jan 1829 - 08 Mar 1908) m. Rebecca Parks Tollett (Dec 1826 - 1908) on 1858.
Virginia (Straley) Hollis ancestors descendants more descendants (24 Jun 1859 - 22 Oct 1936)
Eliza (McComas) Porter ancestors descendants (1805 - 1844) m. William Wallace Porter (1806 - 19 Jul 1897) on 6 Aug 1831.
Mary Susan (Porter) Beckett ancestors descendants (04 Jun 1835 - 25 Apr 1880) m. Lewis Charles Beckett (05 Oct 1828 - 24 Jan 1907) on 1 Apr 1854.
James Reese Beckett ancestors descendants more descendants (01 Jul 1865 - 16 Apr 1924)
Isaac Hatfield ancestors descendants (03 Aug 1763 - Mar 1823) m. Mary French (aft 1759 - 1858).
James Hatfield ancestors descendants (15 Mar 1791 - 25 Nov 1854) m. Zirilda Dunlap (abt 1800 - 21 May 1892) on 1822.
Samantha Octavia (Hatfield) Burchett ancestors descendants (14 Mar 1845 - 26 Sep 1914) m. Solomon Burchett (14 Jul 1835 - 05 Mar 1897).
George Wilson Burchett ancestors descendants more descendants (Jul 1863 - bef 1940)
Meredith Calvin Burchett ancestors descendants more descendants (abt 1865 - 22 Dec 1961)
Walter Pendleton Burchett ancestors descendants more descendants (05 Jan 1868 - 26 Sep 1943)
Andrew Jackson Burchett ancestors descendants more descendants (27 Aug 1869 - 06 Feb 1928)
Leonard Thornton Burchett ancestors descendants more descendants (abt 1873)
Ora E F (Burchett) McClellan ancestors descendants more descendants (27 Nov 1873 - 31 Dec 1948)
John Morgan Burchett ancestors (25 Mar 1874 - 14 Aug 1952)
Charles Miller Burchett ancestors (1875 - 25 Nov 1954)
Louisa Jane (Burchett) Ballengee ancestors (abt 1879 - 18 Sep 1931)
Arminta Bella (Burchett) Neal ancestors descendants more descendants (abt 04 Sep 1881 - 13 Jan 1957)
Mary (Burchett) Finney ancestors descendants more descendants (abt 1883)
Andrew French Hatfield ancestors (Feb 1796 - 07 Nov 1851) m. Mary Dennison (30 Jul 1803 - 07 Jul 1878).
John Hatfield ancestors (19 Dec 1765 - 05 Sep 1838) m. Mary McComas (1761 - 1790) on 27 Feb 1788.
William Hatfield ancestors (abt 20 May 1767 - abt 1842) m. Mary Anna Brumfield (abt 1770 - abt 1870) on 2 Apr 1793.
Andrew Supplee Hatfield ancestors (30 Dec 1769 - Apr 1836) m. Mary Mann (abt 1778) on 1798.
Jonas Hatfield ancestors descendants (18 Aug 1772 - 1840) m. Nancy Ann Williams (1782 - 1860) on 8 Aug 1801.
Abel Hatfield ancestors descendants (1807 - 1882) m. Mary Harness (1808 - 17 Feb 1884) on 19 May 1831.
Franklin Lycurgus Hatfield ancestors (Sep 1842 - 1929)
Jeptha Hatfield ancestors descendants (1847 - 1923) m. Mary Sophia Eichelberger (1866 - Sep 1933).
Jess Albert Hatfield ancestors descendants more descendants (21 Dec 1883 - 27 May 1965)
Adam Supplee Hatfield ancestors descendants (19 Oct 1774 - 18 Jun 1855) m. Mary Williams (12 Feb 1782 - 15 Nov 1847) on 3 Dec 1799.
George Hatfield ancestors descendants (14 Nov 1800 - 07 Dec 1877) m. Virginia Jane Swann (11 Feb 1799 - 04 Aug 1839) on 12 Aug 1821. m. Elizabeth Allen Beckett (16 Aug 1818 - 22 Apr 1874) on 19 Dec 1841.
Mary Ann (Hatfield) Ford ancestors (28 Feb 1824 - 09 May 1876) m. James M Ford (1818 - 1880) on 1843.
Louisa Jane (Hatfield) Swann ancestors descendants (02 Jul 1832 - 16 Oct 1916) m. Benjamin Franklin Swann (30 Oct 1832 - 23 Sep 1923) on 2 Sep 1852.
Charlotte Rachel (Swann) Workman ancestors (03 Oct 1858 - 30 May 1942)
Elizabeth Lee (Swann) Poteet ancestors descendants more descendants (26 Aug 1862 - 10 May 1922)
Catherine (Hatfield) Swann ancestors descendants (03 Feb 1803 - 02 Dec 1877) m. Hezekiah Swann (12 Dec 1796 - 28 Dec 1871) on 19 Aug 1819.
Ballard Smith Swann ancestors (01 Oct 1828 - 02 Feb 1908)
Henley Chilton Swann ancestors descendants (26 Mar 1831 - 06 Jun 1900) m. Mary Ann Morrison (10 Oct 1840 - 20 Jun 1924).
Henley Swann ancestors (11 Jun 1874 - 17 May 1905)
Ezra Vinson Swann ancestors descendants more descendants (31 Jan 1879 - 20 May 1955)
Elizabeth (Hatfield) Hinchman ancestors (23 Nov 1804 - 08 Jan 1857)
Henry Jefferson Hatfield ancestors descendants (17 Sep 1808 - 07 May 1877) m. Catherine Dial (19 Oct 1814 - 11 Nov 1864) on 22 Nov 1832.
Catherine Margaret (Hatfield) Markin ancestors (19 Feb 1845 - 30 Dec 1927)
Henry Martin Hatfield ancestors descendants (abt 1846 - 03 Nov 1885) m. Martha Jane McCallister (abt 1843 - 20 Sep 1912).
Hattie Susan (Hatfield) Ruley ancestors descendants more descendants (01 May 1876 - 20 Jul 1946)
Emily Cynthia (Hatfield) Swann ancestors (27 Oct 1849 - 26 Apr 1933) m. Daniel Webster Swann (14 Oct 1857 - 20 Jul 1946).
Adam Supplee Hatfield ancestors (1812 - 1853)
Andrew Lewis Hatfield ancestors descendants (03 Sep 1814 - May 1880) m. Mary Francis Pennell (1819 - abt 1896) on 3 Apr 1836. m. Frances Pennell (1818 - 1887) on 3 Apr 1836.
Phoebe Pinnell (Hatfield) Lawhorn ancestors (1846 - 09 Dec 1893)
Mary (Hatfield) Dial ancestors descendants (bef 1850 - aft 1880) m. Elisha Dial ( - aft 1850).
Almeda J (Dial) Keyser ancestors descendants more descendants (15 Oct 1877 - 03 Apr 1945)
Henry Jefferson Hatfield ancestors descendants (01 Aug 1856 - 21 Mar 1939) m. Mary Butcher (Jul 1866 - 23 Apr 1902).
Andrew Jefferson Hatfield ancestors descendants more descendants (20 Mar 1888 - 29 Jan 1975)
Moses Hatfield ancestors descendants (25 Jul 1822 - 17 Feb 1895) m. Susan Elizabeth Ann Roberts (1838 - 1911). m. Peninah Beckett (05 Oct 1820 - 05 Jan 1878) on 1844.
Martha Ann Hatfield ancestors (1844 - 1908)
Albert William Hatfield ancestors (1848 - 1915)
Adam Hatfield ancestors (28 Aug 1854 - 20 Jun 1868)
James Gallatin Hatfield ancestors descendants (26 Apr 1857 - aft 28 Jan 1919) m. Mary Moss Seamonds (1864 - aft 1951) on 20 Jan 1886.
Lula Susan (Hatfield) Keyser ancestors descendants more descendants ( - 1972)
William Moses Hatfield ancestors (1887 - 1932)
Mary Inez Hatfield ancestors (03 Nov 1889 - 1967)
Robert Pearl Hatfield ancestors (1894)
James Benjamin Hatfield ancestors (1897 - bef 1917)
Homer Whitesel Hatfield ancestors (04 May 1900 - aft 1930)
Ola Albert Hatfield ancestors (03 Jul 1903 - 1906)
Mona Pauline Hatfield ancestors (bef 1905 - aft 1919)
Thomas S Hatfield ancestors (08 Apr 1777 - 21 Jun 1859) m. Hannah Sample (abt 1784).
William Powell ancestors descendants (1747 - 1807) m. Martha Cox (abt 1747 - Mar 1804) on 1 Oct 1774.
Nathaniel Powell ancestors (1765)
Margaret (Powell) Bristow ancestors descendants (abt 1751 - abt 27 Aug 1833) m. William W Bristow Sr. (06 Oct 1747 - abt Apr 1798) on 1767.
William Bristow Jr ancestors descendants (05 Feb 1771 - abt 18 Dec 1834) m. Martha Beck (16 Dec 1776 - 23 Sep 1857) on 3 Oct 1796.
Margaret (Bristow) Smith ancestors descendants () m. Reece Bowen Smith ().
Isaac Denton Smith ancestors descendants () m. Martha Jane Bowers (17 Mar 1849 - 14 May 1927).
Denton Palo Smith ancestors descendants more descendants ()
Edward Bristow ancestors descendants (17 Aug 1797 - 23 Sep 1857) m. Sarah Ann Ashenhurst (1801 - abt 1855).
William Bristow ancestors descendants (06 Apr 1822 - 23 Jun 1898) m. Sarah Ann Ashenhurst (04 Apr 1834 - abt 1901).
Thomas H Bristow ancestors (abt 1847)
Margaret Bristow ancestors (abt 1853)
Angeline Bristow ancestors (abt 1859)
William Bristow ancestors (abt 1862)
Margaret T Bristow ancestors (abt 1833)
Sarah A Bristow ancestors (abt 1835)
Josiah T Bristow ancestors (abt 1837)
Nancy S Bristow ancestors (abt 1840)
Mary Jane (Bristow) Smith ancestors descendants (13 Mar 1842 - 16 Jul 1931) m. Morris Adkins Smith (09 Jan 1827 - 16 Apr 1900) on 28 Jun 1863.
Armettie Clementine (Smith) Hamilton ancestors (Dec 1865 - 03 May 1958)
William Edward Smith ancestors (Aug 1867)
Julia Sherman (Smith) Mahan ancestors (03 Sep 1868 - 02 Apr 1922)
Sarah Ellen (Smith) Thompson ancestors (01 Oct 1869 - 01 Sep 1960)
Wyatt Adkins Smith ancestors descendants more descendants (24 Sep 1872 - 29 Jul 1964)
Benjamin Alexis Smith ancestors (01 Jul 1876 - 15 Feb 1970)
Maurice Calvin Smith ancestors (17 Aug 1879 - abt 1960)
Hulda Susan (Smith) Marshall ancestors descendants more descendants (02 Nov 1881 - abt 05 Dec 1985)
Edward Bristow ancestors (abt 1845)
Sarah (Bristow) Acre ancestors (19 Dec 1799 - 19 Dec 1830)
Peyton Bristow ancestors descendants (07 Jul 1801 - abt 1861) m. Elizabeth Ann Owens (abt 1800 - abt 1840).
Martha Patsey (Bristow) Burchett ancestors descendants (abt 1823 - abt 1863) m. Joseph Burchett (abt 1816 - abt 1883).
Hiram Emerson Burchett ancestors descendants more descendants (abt 1841 - 27 Dec 1916)
Peyton Burchett ancestors (abt 1844)
Isaac Burchett ancestors (abt 1846 - 21 Oct 1927) [unmarried] [no children]
Alexander L Burchett ancestors descendants more descendants (22 Nov 1846 - 05 Jan 1913)
Lewis Clark Burchett ancestors descendants more descendants (04 Jan 1850 - abt 20 Jun 1938)
James Preston Burchett ancestors descendants more descendants (04 Aug 1851 - 25 Sep 1929)
Nancy Ann (Burchett) Crumpley ancestors descendants more descendants (10 Oct 1851 - abt 29 Aug 1951)
Rebecca Jane (Burchett) Trantham ancestors descendants more descendants (abt 04 Nov 1857 - abt 30 Jan 1950)
Elizabeth Ann (Burchett) Wilson ancestors (abt 1860)
William Amos Burchett ancestors (abt 1867 - abt 30 Dec 1918)
James Clawson Bristow ancestors (05 Feb 1835 - 31 Jan 1921) m. Luranda Caroline Smth (26 Apr 1837 - 25 May 1904) on 31 Jan 1856.
William Bristow ancestors (31 Jan 1803 - 28 Feb 1829)
Thomas B. Bristow ancestors (24 Dec 1804 - 02 Aug 1853)
Clement (Bristow) Brister ancestors (11 Aug 1806 - 11 Oct 1806) [unmarried] [no children]
Susannah Bristow ancestors (02 Feb 1808 - 28 Nov 1846)
Levin Bristow ancestors (29 Dec 1809 - abt 1861)
Nancy (Bristow) Holsapple ancestors (29 Aug 1811 - 15 Oct 1882)
James Bristow ancestors (26 Jul 1815 - 06 Apr 1832)
John Bristow ancestors (30 Oct 1817 - 13 May 1850)
Martha Bristow ancestors (28 May 1820 - 16 Jan 1839)
Benjamin W Bristow ancestors (19 Mar 1772 - 09 Jan 1805)
James Bristow ancestors (1774 - 1821)
Thomas Bristow ancestors descendants (1777 - 11 Sep 1858)
William Mosby Bristow ancestors (abt 01 Nov 1828 - 20 Apr 1888)
Peyton William Bristow ancestors descendants (29 Aug 1778 - 10 Feb 1869) m. Mary Margaret Price (29 Sep 1782 - 23 Jan 1870) on 12 Nov 1802.
Willam Hurt Price Bristow ancestors descendants (05 Oct 1803 - 31 Mar 1880) m. Lydia LaRue Lane (25 Mar 1804 - 01 Oct 1872) on 22 Dec 1823.
Lucy (Bristow) Reed ancestors descendants (abt 1827 - 14 Jun 1880) m. James Alfred Reed (abt 1817 - bef 1880) on 24 Oct 1844.
James Andrew Reed ancestors descendants more descendants (09 Apr 1849 - 04 Nov 1915)
William Peyton Reed ancestors descendants more descendants (02 Jan 1852 - 17 May 1926)
Melissa Reed ancestors (1854)
Felix J. Reed ancestors (1858 - aft 1880)
Peyton Bristow ancestors descendants (22 Jun 1828 - 11 Oct 1901) m. Elizabeth Gee (1838 - 28 Mar 1919).
Josiah Bristow ancestors (1856)
William Bristow ancestors (1858)
Joshua Bristow ancestors (1861)
James L Bristow ancestors (1863)
Caleb R Bristow ancestors (04 Aug 1866 - May 1925)
Nancy Bristow ancestors (1869)
Elizabeth Bristow ancestors (1831)
Lydia Lane (Bristow) Hall ancestors (09 Apr 1833 - 14 Dec 1909) m. Joshua Hall (10 Jan 1825 - 04 Dec 1885) on 19 May 1857.
William Henry Bristow ancestors (1835 - 1895)
John Layne Bristow ancestors descendants (27 Jun 1837 - 23 Aug 1910) m. Missouri Ann Wilburn (1845 - 1911).
Ann Eliza (Bristow) Thompson ancestors descendants more descendants (1873 - 1931)
Ephraim E Bristow ancestors (02 Jan 1840 - 22 Mar 1907)
A. F. Bristow ancestors descendants (26 Dec 1841 - 23 Oct 1913) m. Emily Jane Langley (1852 - 1938).
Amy Bell Bristow ancestors (21 Jan 1881 - 18 Jul 1955)
Jacob Ewen Bristow ancestors (23 Mar 1882 - 21 Feb 1951)
Mariah Angeline (Bristow) Sider ancestors (1843 - 21 May 1934) m. Noah Sider (25 Feb 1837 - 15 Aug 1915) on 24 Sep 1875.
Martha Caroline (Bristow) Thompson ancestors (18 Mar 1845 - 14 Mar 1939) m. Robert Thompson (1846 - 1914).
William H Bristow ancestors descendants (1804 - 31 Mar 1880)
Nancy Mary (Bristow) Messersmith ancestors descendants (1825 - 14 Jun 1880) m. George Washington Messersmith (09 Oct 1821 - abt 1896).
William H Messersmith ancestors (02 Dec 1852 - 14 Aug 1899)
Lydia Dorothy (Messersmith) Thompson ancestors (1854 - 15 Sep 1921)
Martha Catherine (Messersmith) Dorrell ancestors descendants more descendants (abt 18 Feb 1858 - abt 1887)
Ephraim Anthony Messersmith ancestors (16 Mar 1859 - 27 Dec 1942)
Molly Messersmith ancestors (22 Nov 1863)
Mary Price Bristow ancestors (06 Oct 1817 - 25 Dec 1880) m. David Ralston Clary (abt 1815 - abt 1880).
Eliza Bristow ancestors (abt 1823 - abt 1850)
Henry Bristow ancestors (1779 - 09 Sep 1830)
Leven Bristow ancestors (06 Apr 1783 - Apr 1873) m. Nancy Irwin (abt 1783 - abt 1873).
Joseph Jasper Bristow ancestors descendants (1784 - 07 Jul 1848) m. Clarissa Elliott (abt 1791 - 1825) on 11 Jun 1807. m. Rachel Eleanor Barnhill (15 Oct 1802 - 1877) on 20 May 1827.
John Powell Bristow ancestors descendants (abt 1814 - 24 Feb 1868) m. Margaret Fenwick (abt 1824).
Missouri Ellen Bristow ancestors descendants (abt 1841) m. John William Cummins (1842).
John B Cummins ancestors descendants more descendants (abt 16 Oct 1873 - 23 Nov 1911)
Opal Ellen (Cummins) Windle ancestors (05 Sep 1891 - 07 Dec 1946)
Elizabeth Bristow ancestors (May 1859)
Eleanor (Bristow) Jones ancestors (15 Aug 1816 - 12 Jan 1876)
Elizabeth (Bristow) Johnson ancestors (abt 02 Apr 1818 - abt 15 Jun 1881)
Hannah Ann (Bristow) Karn ancestors (10 Apr 1828 - 31 Jul 1883)
Benjamin Bristow ancestors descendants (abt 1830 - abt 24 Sep 1908) m. Sarah Crawford (abt 24 Jul 1834 - abt 10 Jan 1910).
Rachel (Bristow) Roby ancestors descendants (abt 26 Jun 1851 - abt 21 Jan 1919) m. John Coleman Roby (08 Oct 1849 - 28 Nov 1934).
Benjamin Franklin Roby ancestors descendants more descendants (10 Apr 1873 - 18 Sep 1949)
Berry W. Roby ancestors (13 Jan 1882 - 27 Jun 1936)
Priscilla (Bristow) Harper ancestors (26 Jun 1852 - 15 Nov 1931)
James M Bristow ancestors (abt 22 Jul 1853 - abt 07 Feb 1937) m. Ida E Stone (abt 1872 - abt 1941) on 27 Apr 1898.
Samuel S. Bristow ancestors (22 Aug 1864 - abt 08 Dec 1938) m. Nancy E. Roby (16 Feb 1867 - 28 Mar 1953) on 30 Apr 1885.
William J Bristow ancestors descendants (abt 1868 - abt 1953) m. Ada M Michaels (abt 1870 - abt 1953) on 9 Feb 1888.
Thomas Bristow ancestors (04 Jul 1893 - abt 24 Dec 1917)
Amos Bristow ancestors descendants more descendants (17 Apr 1895 - Jul 1969)
Milton Bristow ancestors (25 Feb 1897 - 28 Jan 1911)
Benjamin T Bristow ancestors (abt Oct 1874 - abt 20 Aug 1923)
Joseph Jasper Bristow ancestors (12 Apr 1832 - 23 Mar 1858)
Ansel Hall Bristow ancestors (23 May 1834 - 11 Sep 1918)
Samuel Haynes Bristow ancestors (abt 25 Jun 1835 - abt 11 Mar 1913)
Rachel Whittaker (Bristow) Watkins ancestors (10 Nov 1840 - 07 Oct 1935) m. Christopher Columbus Watkins (15 Jun 1837 - 09 Feb 1904).
Hyram S Bristow ancestors (15 Jun 1842 - 07 Nov 1912)
William H Bristow ancestors (abt 11 Aug 1843 - abt 27 Nov 1894)
Nancy (Bristow) Culver ancestors descendants (17 Apr 1789 - 02 Sep 1842) m. Nathan Culver (15 Dec 1788 - 02 Mar 1861) on 20 Apr 1814.
Sarah Susannah (Culver) Robinson ancestors descendants (15 Nov 1816 - 29 Jul 1901) m. John Robinson (03 Feb 1815 - Dec 1891).
Cathrine Lucy (Robinson) Dannels ancestors descendants (04 Dec 1846 - 28 Feb 1876) m. William Dannels (21 Jun 1843 - 19 Jan 1912) on 10 Jan 1866.
Mary Alvie (Dannels) Miley ancestors descendants more descendants (04 Mar 1867 - 18 Jul 1928)
Henry Dannells ancestors (1870)
John Martin Dannells ancestors (19 Dec 1874 - 1954)
Margaret Powell (Bristow) Atwood ancestors (08 Nov 1791 - 11 Feb 1853) m. James Atwood (abt 1788 - abt 1850).
John Peyton Powell Sr ancestors (28 Feb 1760 - 23 Jun 1844)

end of registry

Pedigree:


William Lane Powell Jr
about 1705 - about 24 Feb 1788
Brother of Margaret Brittingham, Sarah Brittingham, John Powell, Betty Powell, Margaret (Powell) Bristow, Elizabeth (Brittingham) Powell, Elijah Brittingham Sr., Micajah Brittingham, Samuel Brittingham, Levin Powell and Earlie Brittingham

Husband of Eleanor Douglas (Peyton) Powell
Father of Leven Powell, Clarissa Powell, Christina (Powell) Hatfield, William Powell, Margaret (Powell) Bristow and John Peyton Powell Sr

*
William Powell ancestors
12 Jun 1673 - abt 1715
Pocomoke City, MD *
Walter Powell ancestors
1622 - 1695
England * [Powell great-grandfather?] *
*
* [Powell great-grandmother?] *
*
*
Margaret Berry ancestors
abt 1645 - 26 Nov 1679
Accomack, VA * William Berry ancestors
abt 1618 - abt 1676
Somerset, England * [Berry g-g-grandfather?]
* [Berry g-g-grandmother?]
* Margaret Bragge ancestors
01 Dec 1616 - aft 1645
Saint Botolph Bishopsgate, London, England * Barnard Bragge ancestors
abt 1585 - aft 1616
* Grace George ancestors
1590 - aft 1616
*
Elizabeth Lane ancestors
1681 - abt 1722
Pocomoke City, Maryland *
George Lane ancestors
abt 1650 -
Accomack, Virginia * Edward Lane ancestors
abt 1610 -
England * [Lane g-g-grandfather?]
* [Lane g-g-grandmother?]
* Olive Eaton ancestors
abt 1620 - aft 1659
England * [Eaton g-g-grandfather?]
* [Eaton g-g-grandmother?]
*
Dennis De la Fontaine ancestors
03 Feb 1663 -
Manokin, Somerset, Maryland * Nicholas De la Fontaine ancestors
1638 - 1708
Normandy * Nicholas De la Fontaine more tree ancestors
1600 -
* Lea Buria ancestors
-
* Grace Dennis ancestors
abt 1646 - * [Dennis g-g-grandfather?]
* [Dennis g-g-grandmother?]

end of pedigree

Contents
[hide]
1 Biography
1.1 Family Data
2 Sources
3 Acknowledgements
Biography
William Powell

Family Data
Parents: " William Powell 1673–1715 Elizabeth Lane 1682–1718 "

" Spouse Eleanor Douglas Peyton 1720–1788

Children Elizabeth Powell 1736– William Powell 1738–1802 Clarissa Powell 1739– Sarah Powell 1741–1787 Elizabeth Powell 1742–1787 John Thomas Powell 1745–1796 Levin Powell 1746–1771 Margaret Powell 1751–1833 Frances Powell 1760–1816 John Peyton Powell 1760–1844"

" Age 0 — Birth 1715 • Greenfields, Somerset, Maryland Age 0 — Birth of Sister Margaret Powell (1715–) 1715 Age 0 — Death of Father William Powell (1673–1715) 02 JAN 1715 • Pocomoke, Somerset, Maryland

Age 3 — Death of Mother Elizabeth Lane (1682–1718) 1718 • Greenfields Plantation, Somerset, Maryland

Age 20 — Marriage 1735 • Dumfries, Sta ord, Virginia, United States Age 20 — Birth of Daughter Elizabeth Powell (1736–) 1736

Age 23 — Birth of Son William Powell (1738–1802) 1738 • Prince William, Virginia, United States

Age 24 — Birth of Daughter Clarissa Powell (1739–) 1739 • Prince William, Virginia, United States

Age 26 — Birth of Daughter Sarah Powell (1741–1787) 1741 • Loudoun, Virginia, United States

Age 27 — Birth of Daughter Elizabeth Powell (1742–1787) 1742 • Loudoun, Virginia, United States

Age 30 — Birth of Son John Thomas Powell (1745–1796) 1745 • Prince William, Virginia, United States

Age 31 — Birth of Son Levin Powell (1746–1771) 1746

Age 36 — Birth of Daughter Margaret Powell (1751–1833) 1751 • Prince William County, Virginia

Age 38 — Death of Brother John Powell (1700–1753) 1753 • Somerset, Maryland

Age 44 — Birth of Daughter Frances Powell (1760–1816) 1760 • Loudon, Prince William, Virginia

Age 45 — Birth of Son John Peyton Powell (1760–1844) 28 FEB 1760 • Prince William, Virginia, United States

Age 49 — Death of Brother Leven Powell (1714–1764) AUG 1764 • Somerset , Maryland

Age 56 — Death of Son Levin Powell (1746–1771) 1771

Age 72 — Death of Daughter Sarah Powell (1741–1787) 24 FEB 1787 Age 72 — Death of Daughter Elizabeth Powell (1742–1787) 05 APR 1787 Age 72 — Death 1787 • Prince William, Virginia "

Sources
https://www.geni.com/people/William-Powell/6000000039946415422
Source: S1297640890 Repository: #R2526574106 Title: Ancestry Family Trees Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com.
http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=3026011&pid=11780104

Repository: R2526574106 Name: Ancestry.com Address: http://www.Ancestry.com Note: Ancestry Family Trees, Family Data Collection - Individual Records, U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [1]
http://www.colonial-settlers-md-va.us/getperson.php?personID=I028973&tree=tree1
Acknowledgements
WikiTree profile Powell-1240 created through the import of Brinkley Family Tree.ged on Jul 4, 2011 by Robert Brinkley. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Robert and others.

end of this biography 
Powell, William Lane Jr. (I52608)
 
45848 William Latimer, 4th Baron Latimer, KG (24 March 1330 - 28 May 1381) was an English noble, soldier and diplomat. After serving in France and for the household of Edward III, he was impeached during the Good Parliament of 1376, the earliest recorded impeachment in the Parliament of England.

Early life and service in France

Born on 24 March 1330 in Scampston, Ryedale Wapentake, North Riding of Yorkshire (now North Yorkshire), England Latimer was the son of William Latimer, 3rd Baron Latimer, by Elizabeth, daughter of John de Botetourt, 1st Baron Botetourt. He had married Elizabeth, daughter of Edmund FitzAlan, 9th Earl of Arundel and Alice de Warenne, by 1353 and they had a daughter, Elizabeth (1357-1395). She married firstly John Neville, 3rd Baron Neville de Raby and secondly Robert Willoughby, 4th Baron Willoughby de Eresby.

He was present at the Battle of Crâecy in 1346, and by 1351 he had been knighted and was in royal service in Calais. In January 1356 he was present when Edward Balliol surrendered his claim to the Scottish throne and he served in Gascony in 1359. He was created a Knight of the Garter in 1361 in succession to Sir William FitzWarin and fought on the side of John de Montfort, Duke of Brittany at the Battle of Auray in 1364. In 1368 he was appointed Keeper of Bâecherel and in 1370 of Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte.[2]

Return to England and impeachment

After returning to England, he served as Steward of the Household from 1368 to 1370 and Chamberlain of the Household from 1371. His son-in-law John Neville, Lord Neville de Raby was appointed Steward of the Household in the same year, and until 1376 they were prominent figures in court[2] and Latimer was high in favour with John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, the king's son. He became Constable of Dover Castle in 1373 and Warden of the Cinque Ports in 1374. He was also involved in negotiations with Portugal in 1373 and France in 1375.

When Parliament was called in April 1376, known as the Good Parliament and led by Peter de la Mare, the members wanted to remove corrupt advisers from court. Latimer, Neville, London merchant Richard Lyons and Alice Perrers were accused, and the charges against Latimer were that he had been guilty of oppression in Brittany; had sold the castle of Saint-Sauveur to the enemy, and impeded the relief of Bâecherel in 1375; that he had taken bribes for the release of captured ships, and retained fines paid to the king, notably by Sir Robert Knolles, and the city of Bristol; and finally, that in association with Robert Lyons he had obtained money from the crown by the repayment of fictitious loans. Seconded by William of Wykeham, de la Mare sought to have Latimer immediately convicted, with the Commons acting on behalf of the king. They were unsuccessful and a trial took place.[3] The charges were proven and he was removed from his positions in the royal household and on the council, fined and imprisoned. He was pardoned in October 1376 and with Lancaster's recovered influence he returned to favour.

Latimer's impeachment is the earliest recorded in Parliament.[4]

Later life

Latimer was named an executor of the will of Edward III, who died in June 1377. In 1377 he became governor of Calais, and took part against the Spaniards at the battle of Sluys. He also accompanied Thomas of Woodstock, Earl of Buckingham on his expedition through France into Brittany in 1380.

Latimer died on 28 May 1381 and was buried at Guisborough, Yorkshire. He was survived by his wife and their daughter, Elizabeth who married John Neville, 3rd Baron Neville de Raby, and had descendants.

Latimer, Sir William VI, KG, 4th Baron Latimer of Corby (I47603)
 
45849 William le Boteler, 1st Baron Boteler
Also Known As: "Sir William le Boteler of Wem was also styled Botiller."
Birthdate: June 11, 1274 (61)
Birthplace: Oversley, Warwick, England
Death: Died September 14, 1335 in Wem, Shropshire, England
Immediate Family:
Son of Sir William le Boteler of Wem and Angharad verch Griffith
Husband of Beatrice Boteler and Ela de Herdeburgh
Father of Isabel le Boteler; William Lord Wem le Boteler, 2nd Baron of Wem and Oversley; Alice Longford; Edmund le Boteler; Edward le Boteler and 5 others
Brother of John le Boteler; Sir Nigel le Boteler; Gawine Le Boteler; Denise de Cokesey and Anne le Boteler
Occupation: 1st Baron le Botelier
Managed by: Hatte Blejer on partial hiatus
Last Updated: May 14, 2016

About William le Boteler, 1st Baron Boteler
William Boteler, who in the 24th year of Edward I was in ward to Walter de Langton, lord treasurer of England, and Walter de Beauchamp, of Alcester, steward of the king's household. This feudal lord obtaining renown in the Scottish wars of the period, was summoned to parliament as a Baron from 10 March 130_ to 10 October 1325. His lordship married 1st Ankeret, daughter of Griffin, and had an only son, William, his successor. He married Ela, daughter and co-heiress of Roger de Herdeburgh, by whom he had two sons, Edmund and Edward, who both died issueless, and four daughters:

Children by Ankeret, daughter of Griffin:

William, eldest son and heir and successor
Children by Ela de Herdeburgh

Edmund, died issueless
Edward, died issueless
Ankeret married to John le Strange, of Black mere
Ida, married to Wm Tnusell
Alice married to Nicholas STANDFORD
Dionysa, married to Hugh de Cokesey

He died in 1334 and was succeeded by his eldest son, William Boteler, 2nd Baron Boteler, of Wemme, but never summoned to parliament.

William 1st Baron did NOT marry a Beatrice

He md 1 Ankaret daughter of Griffin and 2 Ela

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William Bâoteler, who, in the 24th Edward I., was In ward to Walter de Langton, lord treasurer of England, and Walter de Beauchamp, of Alcester, steward of the king's household. This feudal lord obtaining renown in the Scottish wars of the period, was summoned to parliament as a baron from 10 March, 1308, to 10 October, 1325.

His lordship m. 1st, Ankeret, dau. of Griffin. and had an only son, William, his successor. He m. 2ndly, Ela, dau. and co-heiress of Roger de Herdeburgh, by whom he had two sons, Edmund and Edward, who both died issueless, and four daus., viz.,
Ankeret m. to John Le Strange, of Blackmere.

Ida, w. to Wm. Trussell

Alice, m. to Nicholas Langford

Dionyse, m. to Hugh de Cokesey.

He d. in 1334,

This information is according to:

"The history of Wem: and [other] ... townships [in Shropshire]" By Samuel Garbett pp 31-40

"A genealogical history of the dormant, abeyant, forfeited, and extinct Peerages of the British Empire" by Sir Bernard Burke p. 63

both found at Google books online complete and free

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He was baptized on 6 Nov. 1274 at Wem, Chroopshire & Oversley, Warwickshire, ENGLAND

William II Baron le Boteler of Wemme
born 1274 Wemme, Salo, Shropshire, England

died 14 September 1335

father:

William I Baron le Boteler of Wemme
died before 11 December 1283

mother:

Angharad verch Gruffyd Maelor of Bromfield
born about 1242/45 Bromfield, Lower Powys, Wales

died 22 June 1308

married after 2 October 1262

siblings:

John le Boteler

Gawaine le Boteler

spouse:

Ela de Herdeburgh
born about 1276 Wemme, Shropshire, England

children:

Dionyse le Boteler
Anne le Boteler

spouse (other?):

Beatrice wife of William II Baron le Boteler of Wemme
(end of information)

children (from other marriage?):

William le Botiler
born 8 September 1296

died December 1361

biographical and/or anecdotal:

notes or source:

ancestry.com

http://www.gordonbanks.com/gordon/family/2nd_Site/geb-p/p287.htm#i14335

Sir William le Boteler of Wem1

M, b. 11 June 1274, d. before 14 September 1334, #14335

Father Sir William le Boteler of Wem2 d. before 11 December 1283

Mother Ankaret verch Griffith2 b. circa 1248, d. after 22 June 1308

Pop-up Pedigree

Charts Pedigree for Anne Marbury

Note* Her served as Justice of Assize, Conservator of the Peace, and Commander of levies.3

Arms* His arms were Gules crusily or, a fess checky argent and sable. De goules crusule de or a une fesse chekere de argent e de sable. (Parl.). Gu. A fesse chequy sa. and or (als. arg. and sa.) bet. 6 crosslets arg. (Guillim).2,4

Name Variation Sir William le Boteler of Wem was also styled Botiller.2

Birth* He was born on 11 June 1274 at Oversley, Warwickshire, England.2,4,5

Event-Misc* He had livery of his lands on 8 April 1296.4

Marriage* He married first Beatrice (?) before 1298.2,4,5

Summoned He was summoned to serve in Flanders on 2 January 1298.4

Summoned He was summoned to serve against the Scots on 25 May 1298.4

Event-Misc He was kin and heir of Maude de Wemme, who held 3 Kt. Fees, and of Wm. le Boteler, deceased. On 26 October 1298.4

Event-Misc He was kin and heir of Ralph le Boteler of Wmme and of Maud le Boteler on 1 November 1298.4

Marriage* He married second Ela de Herdeburgh, daughter of Sir Roger de Herdeburgh and Ida de Oddingsells, between 1305 and 1310.2,4

Summoned* He was summoned to Parliament by writs directed Willielmlo le Botiller de Wem from 10 March 1308 to 10 October 1325.2,4

Feudal* He held Wem, Whixhall, Hinsock, Fraunkton, Lopington, and Burlington, Salop, and Almington, Staffordshire in 1316.4

Death* He died before 14 September 1334.2,4

Family 1 Ela de Herdeburgh b. say 1282

Marriage* He married second Ela de Herdeburgh, daughter of Sir Roger de Herdeburgh and Ida de Oddingsells, between 1305 and 1310.2,4

Children

Ankaret le Boteler d. 8 Oct 1361

William le Boteler the Younger

Edmund le Boteler

Edward le Boteler

Denise le Boteler

Ida le Boteler

Alice le Boteler

Family 2 Beatrice (?) d. before 22 November 1306

Marriage* He married first Beatrice (?) before 1298.2,4,5

Child

Sir William le Boteler the Elder b. 8 Sep 1296, d. 22 Dec 1361

Last Edited 5 Feb 2005

Citations

[S284] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, Blackmere 8.

[S284] Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry, Blackmere 7.

[S301] Carl Boyer 3rd, Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell, p. 34.

[S325] Rev. C. Moor, Knights of Edward I, v. 1, p. 122.

[S301] Carl Boyer 3rd, Medieval English Ancestors of Robert Abell, p. 33.

http://www.thepeerage.com/p13768.htm#i137676

William le Botiler, 1st Lord le Botiller1

M, #137676, b. 11 June 1274, d. before 14 September 1334

Last Edited=1 Jan 2005

William le Botiler, 1st Lord le Botiller was born on 11 June 1274.1 He was the son of William le Botiler of Wem and Angharad ap Madoc ap Griffith Maelor.1 He married, firstly, Beatrice (?) before 1298.2 He married, secondly, Ela of Herdeburgh, daughter of Roger of Herdeburgh, before February 1315/16.2 He died before 14 September 1334.1 An inquest post mortem was held for his on 14 September 1334.2
On 8 April 1296 he had livery of his brother John's lands.2 He was created 1st Lord le Botiller [England by writ] on 10 March 1307/8.2 He lived at Oversley, Warwickshire, England.2 He lived at Wem, Shropshire, England.2
Child of William le Botiler, 1st Lord le Botiller and Beatrice (?)

William le Botiler+ b. 8 Sep 1298, d. Dec 13612

Citations

[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 II, page 231. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage.

[S6] Cokayne, and others, The Complete Peerage, volume II, page 232.

William II Baron le Boteler of Wemme
born 1274 Wemme, Salo, Shropshire, England died 14 September 1335

father:

William I Baron le Boteler of Wemme
died before 11 December 1283

mother:

Angharad verch Gruffyd Maelor of Bromfield
born about 1242/45 Bromfield, Lower Powys, Wales died 22 June 1308 married after 2 October 1262

siblings: John le Boteler Gawaine le Boteler

spouse:

Ela de Herdeburgh
born about 1276 Wemme, Shropshire, England

children:

Dionyse le Boteler
Anne le Boteler

spouse (other?):

Beatrice wife of William II Baron le Boteler of Wemme
About William II le Boteler, 1st Lord Botiller William Boteler, who in the 24th year of Edward I was in ward to Walter de Langton, lord treasurer of England, and Walter de Beauchamp, of Alcester, steward of the king's household. This feudal lord obtaining renown in the Scottish wars of the period, was summoned to parliament as a Baron from 10 March 130_ to 10 October 1325. His lordship married 1st Ankeret, daughter of Griffin, and had an only son, William, his successor. He married Ela, daughter and co-heiress of Roger de Herdeburgh, by whom he had two sons, Edmund and Edward, who both died issue less, and four daughters. Children by Ankeret, daughter of Griffin: William, eldest son and heir and successor

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le Boteler, Sir William 1st Baron Boteler (I46851)
 
45850 William le BOTILLER and Ankaret verch GRUFFYDD

HUSBAND:
William le BOTILLER. (Boteler).
Born (in 1230)(about 1245) in Wemme, Shropshire, England; son of Ralph le BOTELER and Maud PANTULF.

He married Ankaret verch Gruffydd after 1261.

He died on 11 December 1283.

WIFE:
Ankaret verch GRUFFYDD Maelor.
Born (in 1236)(about 1248) (in Powys)(at Bromfield; Lower Powys), Montgomeryshire, Wales; daughter of Gruffydd ap Madog and Emma de Aldithley. (Audley). She died on 22 June 1308.

Genealogy of Ankaret:
Ankaret verch Gruffydd (Gruffydd "Griffith" ap Madoc79, Madoc ap Gruffydd Maelor78, Angharad77, Cristin verch Gronwy76, Gronwy75, Owain74, Eadwine "Edwin" ap Gronwy73, Gronwy ap Einion72, Einion ap Owain71, Owain ap Hywel "Dda"70, Hywel "Dda" ap Cadell69, Cadell ap Rhodri Mawr68, Rhodri Mawr ap Merfyn67, Merfyn "the Freckled" ap Gwriad66, Gwriad ap Elidir of Man65, Elidir ap Sandde64, Sandde ap Alewn63, Alewn ap Tegid62, Tegid ap Gwair61, Gwair ap Dwywg60, Dwywg ap Llywarch59, Llywarch Hen ap Elidir58, Elidir ap Meirchion57, Meirchion Gul ap Gwrst56, Gwrst Lledlwin ap Ceneu55, Ceneu54, Coel *53, Tegfan Gloff52, Deheuwaint51, Telpwyll50, Urban49, Gradd "Grat"48, Remetel "Jumetel" Rhyfedel47, Rhydeyrn Rhyfedel46, Euddigan45, Eudeyrn44, Eifudd43, Eudos42, Euddolen41, Eugein40, Afallach39, Beli "Mawr" * the Great38, Manogan * ap Eneid37, Eneid *36, Cerwyd *35, Crydon *34, Dyfnarth Cynfarch *33, Prydain *32, Aedd * Mawr31, Antonius *30, Sisillius *29, Gwrst ? *28, Rhiwallon *27, Cunedda *26, Henwyn * ap Bleiddud25, Bleiddud Cyngen ap Asser24, Asser ap Cyngen23, Cyngen Bleiddud22, Dyfnwal ap Gorbonian21, Gorbonian20, Cymryw Camber19, Brutus *18, Silivius *17, Iulus * Ascanius16, Aeneas *15, Anchisa Anchises14, Capps13, Assaracus12, Tros11, Erichthonius10, Dardanus9, Zerah8, Judah *7, Jacob *6, Isaac *5, Abraham *4, Terah *3, Nahor.

CHILDREN of William le BOTILLER and Ankaret verch GRUFFYDD.
(Sir) William le BOTILER. First Baron Boteler. Born on 11 January 1274, (of Wemme, Shropshire)(in Oversley, Warwickshire), England. He married (1) Beatrice about 1295. He married (2) Ela de HERDEBURGH before February 1316. He died before 14 September 1334, when an inquest post mortem was held for him.
Anne le BOTELER. Born (in 1272)(in 1280) in Wemme, Shropshire, England. She married Gilbert TALBOT.
John Le Boteler was born on 17 Jul 1266.
Gawaine Le Boteler was born on 2 Feb 1269/1270.
Ralph le BOTELER. Born about 1244. Died before 5 June 1307.


SOURCES:
[S1]. McMahan/Kilsdonk Ancestors. RootsWeb. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=REG&db=kmcmahan&id=I12491.
[S2]. Wikipedia, the Free Ecyclopedia.

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le Boteler, Sir William (I48158)
 
45851 William le Latimer, 1st /2nd Lord (Baron) Latimer (of Corby), so created by writ of summons to Parliament 6 Feb 1298/9 (ie. nearly a year prior to the first recorded writ of sommons to his father, though the latter may have been summoned even earlier); fought at English defeat by Scots of Bannockburn 1314, when captured and held at Bothwell till ransomed some eight months after the battle;

fought for Edward II at Battle of Boroughbridge 16 March 1321/2 against the rebellious Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, though one of the latter's supporters till c1318;

Keeper of York Jan 1322/3; envoy to negotiate peace with Scotland 1324;

married 1st by 20 April 1295 (divorce by 22 July 1312) Lucy, younger daughter and coheir of Sir Robert de Thweng, and had issue;

married 2nd by 18 Aug 1314 Sibyl, daughter of Sir Richard de Fourneaux and widow of William de Huntingfield, and died by 12 July 1317, leaving by her a son (Thomas);

his son by his 1st wife [William le Latimer, 3rd Baron]. [Burke's Peerage]


BARONY OF LATIMER [OF CORBY] (II)

WILLIAM (LE LATIMER), LORD LATIMER, son and heir. He was stated to be aged 40 and more in March 1316/7.

On 7 August 1294 he was attorney for his father,, who was setting out for Gascony, and next year (17 October) he himself had a protection on going there with the King's brother. He was summoned for military service for Gascony 1295, 1324, 1325, and against the Scots 1297 and (as a "baron") 1299 and onward to 1323; and it appears that he held lands of the value of ą20 per annum in Northants and ą40 in Yorks. He was serving with the King in Wales in April 1295. He was summoned to Parliament 6 February 1298/9 ten months before his father, by writ directed Willelmo le Latimer juniori, whereby he also is held to have become LORD LATIMER, and to later Parliaments down to 3 December 1326.

In November 1299 he had a protection on going to Scotland with the King, and in 1303 was in Scotland serving under John de Segrave.

On 12 December 1303, by charter granted at Dunfermline, he obtained a weekly market and annual fair for his manor of Sinnington, co. York, and free warren in the demesne.

In 1305 he had a grant of pontage in aid of a bridge for his town of Yarm, co. York.

In May 1306 the King gave him in fee two parts of the manor of Lamdnby, Cumberland, with its hamlets of Gamblesby and Unthank, valued at ą30 per annum.

In 1307 he was ordered to proceed to Scotland for the defence of the country and of his own possessions.

He was summoned 18 January 1307/8 to the Coronation of Edward II, and in the following March received the custody of Rockingham Castle and the stewardship of the forests between the bridges of Oxford and Stamford.

In 1309 he was at a tournament at Dunstable, and in July was going beyond seas on the King's service. The King in December 1309 wrote on his behalf to the Pope and Cardinals.

In 1311 he had a grant of the custody of the lands of Nicholas Poyntz during minority. The custody of Scarborough Castle was committed to him in January 1311/2, but Henry de Percy refused to give it up.

In 1313 he was forbidden to attend a tournament at Newmarket.

On 7 February 1313/4 he is styled notre cher bacheler monsire William le Latymer in connection with debts of himself and his father. He shared in the English defeat at Bannockburn, 24 June 1314, was taken prisoner, and confined at Bothwell until ransomed, being released before February 1314/5.

On 14 April 1315 he was summoned to a council of war at Doncaster. In the following August he was ordered to remain in the North during the winter campaign.

On 26 June 1317 he had livery of his mother's inheritance. He was at this time an adherent of the Earl of Lancaster, but received pardon on 22 October 1318, and afterwards joined the King's party.

In 1321 he was requested to abstain from illegal confederacies and assemblies, and in particular from attending the meeting of "Good Peers" at Doncaster.

On 6 February 1321/2 he was ordered to raise men to join the King at Coventry and march against Thomas of Lancaster, and to gather the forces of Yorkshire. He fought at Boroughbridge for the King, 16 March 132I/2.

On 4 August following he was going with the Earl of Arundel to Scotland on the King's service, and soon afterwards was a commissioner of array in co. York.

On 19 January 1322/3 he was appointed keeper of the city of York.

In the following June he and William Herle were commissioned to receive the oaths of Robert de Bruce.and other magnates of Scotland to observe a truce for 13 years and to receive hostages; Latimer was to conduct Bruce's envoys in safety on their return to Scotland.

On 8 Nov. 1324 he was one of those empowered to make peace with Robert Bruce.

On 18 February 1326/7 he had licence to grant his manor of Corby to William his son in tail.

He married, 1stly, before 20 April 1295, Lucy, heir of Sir Robert DE THWENG elder brother of Marmaduke, 1st Lord Thweng (and granddaughter of Sir Marmaduke DE THWENG, of Kilton in Cleveland, by Lucy, sister and coheir of Sir Piers DE BRUS, of Skelton and Danby in Cleveland).

On 16 February 1303/4 the Sheriff of York was ordered to find Lucy, wife of William le Latimer the younger, arrest her by force if necessary, and take her back to William's manor of Brunne, co. York, delivering her to William's attorney, as William had left her there to remain during his absence on service in Scotland and she was taken away against his will by force.

On 10 February 1310/1 William and Lucy quitclaimed to the King the manor of Danby with the free chase of Danby (North Riding, Yorks), and the manor of Bozeat (Northants), being of Lucy's inheritance, and they were regranted to William le Latimer for life, with remainder to William son of William and Lucy and his issue, and with further remainder to Lucy and her heirs. A divorce between them had been pronounced before 22 July 1312, when as daughter and heir of Richard [sic] de Thweng she was to be distrained for lands which she and her husband William le Latimer held before their divorce the King having taken her fealty and respited homage till midsummer. A grant by her to her late husband, dated 21 July 1312, gave him the manor of Sinnington for his life. She married, 2ndly, before 29 January 1312/3, Sir Robert DE EVERINGHAM, who died s.p., before 4 April 1316; and, 3rdly, Sir Bartholomew DE FANACOURT. She, who was born 24 March 1278/9, at Kilton Castle, died 8 January 1346/7, and was buried at Guisborough. William le Latimer married, 2ndly, before 18 August 1314, Sibyl, widow of William DE HUNTINGFIELD, of Huntingfield (died September 1313), and daughter of Sir Richard DE FOURNEAUX, and sister and in her issue coheir of William DE FOURNEAUX, of Carlton in Lindrick, Kingston, Notts, &c.

On 28 September 1314 her dower from William de Huntingfield was taken into the King's hand because she had married again without licence. In 1315 William le Latimer and Sibyl sought from Roger de Pedewardyn, keeper of the lands and heir of William de Huntingfield, dower in the manors of Fraunton and Suthorpe, and there was an order restoring her dower on 3 February 1314/5. She died before 23 July 1317. William, Lord Latimer, died 27 February 1326/7, and was buried at Guisborough. [Complete Peerage VII:465-8, XIV:425, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]

le Latimer, Sir William IV, 2nd Baron of Corby (I47627)
 
45852 William le Scrope, 1st Earl of Wiltshire, King of Mann KG (1350–1399) was a close supporter of King Richard II of England. He was a second son of Richard le Scrope, 1st Baron Scrope of Bolton.

Life

He was a soldier-adventurer in Lithuania,[1] Italy and France, where he served with John of Gaunt. Gaunt made him seneschal of Aquitaine in 1383.[2] He was made vice-chamberlain of the household of King Richard II in 1393 and granted the castle and manor of Marlborough in Wiltshire.[3] In the same year his father purchased for him the Isle of Man from the earl of Salisbury, giving him the nominal title Dominus de Man or King of Mann.[4] In 1394 he became a Knight of the Garter.

He was created Earl of Wiltshire in 1397 and became Lord High Treasurer in 1398.[5] He became effective head of the government in Richard's absence.[6] He benefitted from the confiscated estates of Thomas de Beauchamp, 12th Earl of Warwick, who was kept for a time under his care in the Isle of Man, and of John of Gaunt; he also accumulated control of a number of strategic castles.[7] He was left 2,000 marks in King Richard's will in April 1399.

He had been closely involved in Richard's second marriage to the 6-year-old Isabella of Valois in 1396 [8] and was made Isabella's guardian at Wallingford Castle,[9] of which he was castellan,[10] when the King went to Ireland in 1399.

Together with Sir John Bussy, Sir William Bagot and Sir Henry Green he had been made responsible for assisting Edmund of Langley, Duke of York in the defence of the realm during Richard's absence, when the exiled Henry Bolingbroke, Duke of Hereford seized his chance to invade. Scrope was captured with Bussy and Green when Bristol Castle surrendered to Henry on July 28, 1399. He was executed without trial at Bristol Castle, together with Bussy and Green, and his head carried to London in a white basket to be displayed on London Bridge. After Hereford's ascendance to the throne as Henry IV, Parliament confirmed the sentence and determined that all his estates and title were to be forfeit to the crown.[11]

Family

He married in 1396 Isabel Russell (d.1437), 2nd. daughter of Sir Maurice Russell (1356–1416) of Dyrham, Glos. and Kingston Russell, Dorset.[12]

Earldom

An attempt was made by Simon Thomas Scrope to reclaim the Earldom by a collateral descendant, over 500 years later. Although he was proven to be the senior heir male general, the claim failed on other grounds.

In 1869, the Committee for Privileges of the House of Lords, after a series of hearings beginning in 1862 under the title of Wiltes Claim of Peerage 4 HL 126, rejected the claim of Simon Thomas Scrope, of Danby, to the Earldom of Wiltes (Wiltshire) granted to William le Scrope, above. It was proved that Simon Thomas Scrope was the senior heir male of the Earl of Wiltes, but the Committee for Privileges decided that as a matter of law an English peerage could not descend to heirs male general who were not directly descended from the original grantee; they also rejected arguments based on the irregularity of the original sentence by Henry IV before he had become King. The Committee declined to follow its own earlier decision in the Devon Peerage Claim (1831) 5 English Reports 293, in which a grant to "heirs male" had been allowed to pass to heirs male collateral.

References

Jump up ^ Christopher Tyerman, England and the Crusades, 1095-1588 (1996), p. 270.
Jump up ^ Scrope
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Jump up ^ Bolton Castle
Jump up ^ E. B. Fryde, Handbook of British Chronology (1996), p. 106.
Jump up ^ John Smith Roskell, Parliament and Politics in Late Medieval England II (1981), p. 61.
Jump up ^ Anthony Emery, Greater Medieval Houses of England and Wales, 1300-1500 (1996), p. 497.
Jump up ^ Michael Bennett, Richard II and the Revolution of 1399 (1999), p. 79.
Jump up ^ Wallingford Characters
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Jump up ^ Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, 2004, Scrope, William
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le Scrope, Sir William Knight, 1st Earl of Wiltshire (I46053)
 
45853 William Logan alias "Clench" or "Clinch" was born around 1709 and may have emigrated from England or Scotland. William was frequently mentioned in Spottsylvania Co., Virginia court records from 1731 to 1743 for assault, battery and trespass and was fined for "... gaming and playing cards on the Lord's Day."

The meaning of "alias Clench" is a mystery. One theory is that, as was the custom in those days, it was used as a discriminant and "Clench" or "Clinch" was William's mother's maiden name.

William was the father of the four Logan brothers, all of Lincoln County, North Carolina, who fought at the Battle of King's Mountain on October 7, 1780, which was an important Patriot victory in the southern campaign of the American Revolutionary War.

William, Jr. and Joseph were Patriots and served in Mattock's Company as Whigs; Thomas and John were Loyalists and served with Ferguson's Unit of the British Army as Tories.

Children of William Logan are:

*William Logan II, 1749-1832, married Jane Black
*Joseph Logan, Baptist Minister, married Anna "Annie" Bias Zachariah
*Thomas Logan, 1750-1780, injured & left on battlefield (may have survived)
*John Logan b.1755. married Native American Pamela Collins in 1780.

 
Logan, William "Clinch" (I34661)
 
45854 William Logue, Sr. is cited as a Revolutionary Soldier in a listing from Hancock, Georgia. What's he doing in Georgia? Logue, William Sr. (I31564)
 
45855 William Longespâee (circa 1176 - 7 March 1226), biography, http://www.englishmonarchs.co.uk/plantagenet_78.html Source (S7022)
 
45856 William Longespâee was the illegitimate son of the first Plantagenet king, Henry II and Ida de Tosny, a member of the Tosny (or Toesny) family. The epithet "Longespâee" ,or Longsword is a reference to his great size and the huge weapons he wielded.

Ida de Tosny was a royal ward who became the mistress of King Henry II. The first evidence of contemporary information about Ida came to light in 1979 with the publication in the of two charters found in the Bradenstoke Priory Cartulary where he mentions "Comitissa Ida, mater mea" (Countess Ida, my mother), until then, it was assumed that Rosamund Clifford, a previous and more famous mistress of King Henry II's, was William's mother. Four years after William's birth, in 1181, Ida de Tosny was married to Roger Bigod, 2nd Earl of Norfolk, by whom she had a number of children.

King Henry II readily acknowledged William as his son and in 1188 granted him the honour of Appleby in Lincolnshire. Following the death of his father in 1189, his half brother King Richard I 'the Lionheart' succeeded to the throne, William began his successful military career by fighting alongside his half brother in Normandy.

King Richard arranged for the marriage of his half brother to the young heiress, Ela FitzPatrick, who was Countess of Salisbury in her own right, the daughter of William FitzPatrick, 2nd Earl of Salisbury and Elâeonore de Vitrâe.

Richard died of a crossbow wound at Chalus, near Limoges in 1199 to be succeeded by his younger brother, King John, William held various offices during John's reign, sheriff of Wiltshire; lieutenant of Gascony; constable of Dover; and Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports; and later warden of the Welsh Marches. He was appointed sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire about 1213.

William LongswordWilliam took part in John's Welsh and Irish expeditions of 1210-1212. In 1213, Salisbury led a large fleet to Flanders, where he seized or destroyed a good part of a French invasion fleet anchored at or near Damme, then the port of Bruges, thus temporarily ending the French invasion threat.

In 1214, Salisbury was dispatched to aid John's nephew and ally, Otto IV of Germany, in his invasion of France. Salisbury commanded the right wing of Otto's army at their disastrous and decisive defeat in that year at the Battle of Bouvines, where he was taken prisoner by the French.

William returned to England to find the barons in revolt against John, he was one of the few who remained loyal to his unpopular half brother. In the civil war that broke out the year after the signing of the Magna Carta, William served as one of the leaders of the king's army in the south. Along with William Marshall he raised the siege of Lincoln, but after Prince Louis of France, son and heir of the John's arch enemy French King Philip II 'Augustus' landed in England in alliance with the rebels, Salisbury, assuming John's cause now lost, deserted him and went over to the rebels.

William LongswordWhile retreating before this incursion, King John died of dysentry at Newark on the wild stormy night of 18th October, 1216, leaving England in a state of anarchy and civil war. His nine year old son Henry was crowned King Henry III of England at the Abbey Church of Gloucester with a circlet belonging to his mother Isabella of Angouleme, since his father had previously lost the royal treasure in the Wash.

After the defeat of Louis, Salisbury joined the cause of John's young son Henry. By 1218, the English and French signed the Treaty of Lambeth, which agreed that the French prince Louis would surrender his claims to the English throne.

William held an influential place in the government during the young king's minority and fought in Gascony to help secure the remaining remnant of the once great Angevin Empire in France. He fell sick after campaigning in Gascony in 1226. Salisbury's ship was nearly lost in a storm while returning to England, and he spent some months in refuge at a monastery on the French island of Râe.

William Longespâee died on 7 March 1226 at Salisbury Castle soon after his return to England. Roger of Wendover alleged that he had been poisoned by Hubert de Burgh. He was buried at Salisbury Cathedral of which he had been a benefactor. His eldest son William succeeded to the title Earl of Salisbury, His widow, Ela, Countess of Salisbury lived on until 1261 and was buried in Lacock Abbey.

The tomb of William Longespâee was opened in 1791, inside his skull was found the remains of a rat which carried traces of arsenic. The rat is now on display at the Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum.

Longespee, Sir William (Plantagenet) 3rd Earl of Salisbury (I37358)
 
45857 William Longespâee, 3rd Earl of Salisbury (c. 1176 – 7 March 1226) ("Long Sword", Latinised to de Longa Spatha) was an English noble, primarily remembered for his command of the English forces at the Battle of Damme and for remaining loyal to his half-brother, King John. His nickname "Longespâee" is generally taken as a reference to his great size and the outsize weapons he wielded.

Early life

He was an illegitimate son of Henry II, King of England. His mother was unknown for many years until the discovery of a charter William made that mentions "Comitissa Ida, mater mea" (Countess Ida, my mother).[1][2] This referred to Ida de Tosny, a member of the prominent Tosny (or Toesny) family, who had married Roger Bigod, 2nd Earl of Norfolk[3] in 1181.

Prior to the discovery of the charter mentioning Countes Ida, speculation and folklore gave Rosamond Clifford, another misress of Henry II, as William's mother. URL https://www.genealogieonline.nl/en/family-tree-fountaine-fontaine-fountain-lafontaine/P2800.php

King Henry acknowledged William as his son and gave him the honour of Appleby, Lincolnshire, in 1188. Eight years later, his half brother King Richard I married him to a great heiress, Ela of Salisbury, 3rd Countess of Salisbury.

During the reign of King John, Salisbury was at court on several important ceremonial occasions and held various offices: sheriff of Wiltshire; lieutenant of Gascony; constable of Dover; and Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports; and later warden of the Welsh Marches. He was appointed sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire about 1213.

Military career

He was a commander in the king's Welsh and Irish expeditions of 1210–1212 and was appointed Viceroy of Ireland, jointly with John de Gray, Bishop of Norwich, when the king left for England in 1210.[4] The king also granted him the honour of Eye in Suffolk.

In 1213, Salisbury led a large fleet to Flanders, where he seized or destroyed a good part of a French invasion fleet anchored at or near Damme. This ended the invasion threat but not the conflicts between England and France. In 1214, Salisbury was sent to help Otto IV of Germany, an English ally, who was invading France. Salisbury commanded the right wing of the army at their disastrous defeat in that year at the Battle of Bouvines, where he was captured.

By the time he returned to England, revolt was brewing amongst the barons. Salisbury was one of the few who remained loyal to John. In the civil war that took place the year after the signing of the Magna Carta, Salisbury was one of the leaders of the king's army in the south. He was made High Sheriff of Wiltshire again, this time for life. After raising the siege of Lincoln with William Marshall he was also appointed High Sheriff of Lincolnshire (in addition to his current post as High Sheriff of Somerset) and governor of Lincoln castle. However, after the French prince Louis (later Louis VIII) landed as an ally of the rebels, Salisbury went over to his side. Presumably, he thought John's cause was lost.


Tomb of William Longespâee in Salisbury Cathedral
After John's death and the departure of Louis, Salisbury, along with many other barons, joined the cause of John's young son, now Henry III of England. He held an influential place in the government during the king's minority and fought in Gascony to help secure the remaining part of the English continental possessions. He was appointed High Sheriff of Devon in 1217 and High Sheriff of Staffordshire and Shropshire in 1224. Salisbury's ship was nearly lost in a storm while returning to England in 1225, and he spent some months in refuge at a monastery on the French island of Râe.

Death

He died not long after his return to England at Salisbury Castle. Roger of Wendover alleged that he was poisoned by Hubert de Burgh. He was buried at Salisbury Cathedral in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England.

William Longespâee's tomb was opened in 1791. Bizarrely, the well-preserved corpse of a rat which carried traces of arsenic, was found inside his skull.[5] The rat is now on display in a case at the Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum.[5]

Likeness

A terracotta statue of Longespâee, dating from 1756, is located in the Great Hall of Lacock Abbey in Lacock, Wiltshire, England. A likeness of his wife Ela is also on display, while several other statues are believed to show their children.

Family

By his wife Ela, Countess of Salisbury, he had four sons and six daughters:[6]

William II Longespâee (1212?–1250), who was sometimes called Earl of Salisbury but never legally bore the title because he died before his mother, Countess Ela, who held the earldom until her death in 1261.

Richard, a canon of Salisbury.

Stephen (d. 1260), who was seneschal of Gascony and married Emeline de Ridelsford, widow of Hugh de Lacy, 1st Earl of Ulster. Their two daughters were Eleanor Longspee, who married Sir Roger La Zouche and Emeline Longspee, who married Sir Maurice FitzMaurice, Justiciar of Ireland.

Nicholas (d. 1297), bishop of Salisbury.

Isabella Longespâee, who married Sir William de Vesci.

Ela Longespâee, who first married Thomas de Beaumont, 6th Earl of Warwick, and then married Philip Basset. No issue.[7]

Ida Longespâee, married firstly Ralph who was son of Ralph de Somery, Baron of Dudley, and Margaret, daughter of John Marshal;[7] she married secondly William de Beauchamp, Baron of Bedford, by whom she had six children, including Maud de Beauchamp, wife of Roger de Mowbray.[8]

Ida II de Longespâee (she is alternatively listed as William and Ela's granddaughter: see notes below), married Sir Walter FitzRobert, son of Robert Fitzwalter, by whom she had issue including Ela FitzWalter, wife of William de Odyngsells. Ela's and Williams's grandsons include William de Clinton and John de Grey.[7]

Mary Longespâee, married. No issue.[7]

Pernel Longespâee.

Longespee, Sir William (Plantagenet) 3rd Earl of Salisbury (I37358)
 
45858 William Longsword (French: Guillaume Longue-âEpâee, Latin: Willermus Longa Spata, Old Norse: Vilhjâalmr Langaspjâot; c. 893 – 17 December 942) was the second ruler of Normandy, from 927 until his assassination in 942.[1]

He is sometimes anachronistically dubbed "Duke of Normandy", even though the title duke (dux) did not come into common usage until the 11th century.[2] Longsword was known at the time by the title Count (Latin comes) of Rouen.[3][4] Flodoard—always detailed about titles—consistently referred to both Rollo and his son William as principes (chieftains) of the Norse.[5]

Birth

William Longsword was born "overseas"[a][6] to the Viking Rollo (while he was still a pagan) and his Christian wife Poppa of Bayeux.[7][8] Dudo of Saint-Quentin in his panegyric of the Norman dukes describes Poppa as the daughter of a Count Beranger, the dominant prince of that region.[9] In the 11th century Annales Rouennaises (Annals of Rouen), she is called the daughter of Guy, Count of Senlis,[10] otherwise unknown to history.[b] Despite the uncertainty of her parentage she was undoubtedly a member of the Frankish aristocracy.[11] According to the Longsword's planctus, he was baptized a Christian probably at the same time as his father,[12] which Orderic Vitalis stated was in 912, by Franco, Archbishop of Rouen.[13]

Life

Longsword succeeded Rollo (who would continue to live for about another 5 years) in 927[14] and, early in his reign, faced a rebellion from Normans[15] who felt he had become too Gallicised and too soft.[16] According to Orderic Vitalis, the leader was Riouf of Evreux,[16][17][18] who was besieging Longsword in Rouen. Sallying forth, Longsword won a decisive battle, proving his authority to be Duke.[19]:25-6 At the time of this 933 rebellion Longsword sent his pregnant wife by custom, Sprota, to Fâecamp where their son Richard was born.[20]

In 933 Longsword recognized Raoul as King of Western Francia, who was struggling to assert his authority in Northern France. In turn Raoul gave him lordship over much of the lands of the Bretons including Avranches, the Cotentin Peninsula and the Channel Islands.[21][22][23]:lii The Bretons did not agree to these changes and resistance to the Normans was led by Alan Wrybeard, Duke of Brittany and Count Berenger of Rennes but ended shortly with great slaughter and Breton castles being razed to the ground,[19]:24 Alan fleeing to England and Beranger seeking reconciliation.[24]

In 935, Longsword married Luitgarde,[1] daughter of Count Herbert II of Vermandois whose dowry gave him the lands of Longueville, Coudres and Illiers l'Eveque.[18] Longsword also contracted a marriage between his sister Adela (Gerloc was her Norse name) and William, Count of Poitou with the approval of Hugh the Great.[25] In addition to supporting King Raoul, he was now a loyal ally of his father-in-law, Herbert II, both of whom his father Rollo had opposed.[26] In January 936 King Raoul died and the 16 year old Louis IV, who was living in exile in England, was persuaded by a promise of loyalty by Longsword, to return and became King. The Bretons returned to recover the lands taken by the Normans, resulting in fighting in the expanded Norman lands.[23]:lii


The funerary monument of William Longsword in the cathedral of Rouen, France. The monument is from the 14th century.
The new King was not capable of controlling his Barons and after Longsword's brother in law, Herluin II, Count of Montreuil, was attacked by Flanders, Longsword went to their assistance in 939,[19]:28-9 Arnulf I, Count of Flanders retaliated by attacking Normandy. Arnulf captured the castle of Montreuil-sur-Mer expelling Herluin. Herluin and Longsword cooperated to retake the castle.[27][28] Longsword was excommunicated for his actions in attacking and destroying several estates belonging to Arnulf.[29]

Longsword pledged his loyalty to King Louis IV when they met in 940 and, in return, he was confirmed in lands that had been given to his father, Rollo.[30] [23]:liii In 941 a peace treaty was signed between the Bretons and Normans, brokered in Rouen by King Louis IV which limited the Norman expansion into Breton lands.[23]:liii The following year, on 17 December 942 at Picquigny on an island on the Somme, Longsword was ambushed and killed by followers of Arnulf while at a peace conference to settle their differences.[18][28] Longsword's son, Richard becoming the next Duke of Normandy.

Family
Longsword had no children with his wife Luitgarde.[31] He fathered his son, Richard the Fearless, with Sprota [c] who was a Breton captive and his concubine.[32] Richard, then aged 10, succeeded him as Duke of Normandy in December 942.[31]

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Normandy, William of I, Duke of Normandy (I51021)
 
45859 William Lyda Baker (1820 - 1896), Biography, Ancestors & Descendants, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Baker-11629, abstracted by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Thursday, January 3rd, 2019 Source (S13514)
 
45860 William Lyda Baker (1820-1896), Cemetery Profile, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/38632870/william-lyda-baker, abstracted by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Thursday, January 3rd, 2019 Source (S13512)
 
45861 William M Harris was the son of Clark M Harris and Nancy Garner

William married Clarinda Cowan in Gordon County, GA.

Additional information from death record.

Name: William Harris
Titles and Terms:
Event Date: 23 Nov 1926
Death Year (Estimated):
Age (Formatted): 80 years 3 months 16 days
Event Place: Fulton, Georgia, United States
Birth Date: 06 Aug 1846
Birth Year (Estimated):
Birthplace:
Gender: Male
Marital Status:
Race: White
Ethnicity: American 
Harris, William M. (I40391)
 
45862 William M Hays
Born 26 Sep 1780 [location unknown]
ANCESTORS ancestors
Son of Patrick C Hays and Rachel (Russell) Hays
Brother of William M Hayes [half]
Husband of Lembia (Unknown) Hays — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Died 21 Apr 1857 [location unknown]

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William was born in 1780. He was the son of Patrick Hays and Rachel Russell. He passed away in 1857.[1]

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Hayes, William M. Sr. (I3502)
 
45863 William M Hays (1780 - 1857), Ancestors & Descendants, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Hays-2765, This person, place, event, location, document or photo was abstracted or parsed by David A. Hennessee, http://thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I3&tree=hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the this website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Friday, November 8th, 2019 Source (S14830)
 
45864 William M. Hennessee, testimony, written 15 Dec 1982 to Barbara R. Claxton, 1208 Desert Eve Drive,Alamagordo,NM 88310 Source (S321)
 
45865 William M. Hennessee, testimony, written 29 Jan 1983 to Barbara R. Claxton, 1208 Desert Eve Drive, Alamagordo, NM 88310 Source (S319)
 
45866 William M. Hennessee, testimony, written 29 Jan 1983 to Barbara R. Claxton, 1208 Desert Eve Drive, Alamagordo, NM 88310 Source (S6328)
 
45867 William M. Hennessee,testimony,written 15 Dec 1982 to Barbara R. Claxton,
1208 Desert Eve Drive,Alamagordo,NM 88310
findagrave.com 
Source (S335)
 
45868 William M. Hennessee,testimony,written 15 Dec 1982 to Barbara R. Claxton,
1208 Desert Eve Drive,Alamagordo,NM 88310
Frank Benson email | 20 Feb 2011 | fgbenson36@gmail.com 
Source (S2161)
 
45869 William M. Hennessee,testimony,written 15 Dec 1982 to Barbara R. Claxton,
1208 Desert Eve Drive,Alamagordo,NM 88310
United States Census, 1930 for Ray Hill (HH) in Lawrence Co.,AR 
Source (S2164)
 
45870 William M. Hennessee,testimony,written 15 Dec 1982 to Barbara R. Claxton,
1208 Desert Eve Drive,Alamagordo,NM 88310;Chada,Bob & Tammie:FGR
United States Census, 1930 for Ray Hill (HH) in Lawrence Co.,AR 
Source (S2157)
 
45871 William M. Hennessee,testimony,written 29 Jan 1983 to Barbara R. Claxton,
1208 Desert Eve Drive,Alamagordo,NM 88310 and 1870 Lawrence Co.,AR Census,
p. 261,abstracted by Midge Stouffer;1880 Lawrence Co.,AR census...Skete Turner 
Source (S3343)
 
45872 William M. Hennessee,testimony,written 29 Jan 1983 to Barbara R. Claxton,
1208 Desert Eve Drive,Alamagordo,NM 88310 | findagrave.com
United States Census, 1910 for Drice Spence 
Source (S29953)
 
45873 William M. Hennessee,testimony,written 29 Jan 1983 to Barbara R. Claxton,
1208 Desert Eve Drive,Alamagordo,NM 88310;"Lawrence Co.,AR Marriage Records" 
Source (S29951)
 
45874 William M. Hennessee,testimony,written 29 Jan 1983 to Barbara R. Claxton,
1208 Desert Eve Drive,Alamagordo,NM 88310;1910 Lawrence Co.,AR census 
Source (S29962)
 
45875 William M. Hennessee,testimony,written 29 Jan 1983 to Barbara R. Claxton,
1208 Desert Eve Drive,Alamagordo,NM 88310;Chada,Bob & Tammie;FGR 
Source (S29955)
 
45876 William M. Hennessee,testimony,written 29 Jan 1983 to Barbara R. Claxton,
1208 Desert Eve Drive,Alamagordo,NM 88310;Chada,Bob & Tammie;FGR;
1900 Lawrence Co.,AR census,abstracted by Ginger Turner 
Source (S3357)
 
45877 William M. was born in May 1837 in Van Buren Co, TN. William M.'s father was Zachariah Thomas Simmons and his mother was Mary Louisa Dodson. His paternal grandparents were James Simmons and Stacy Ann Roberts. He had three brothers and three sisters, named James, Drury, Simon Dillard, Martha Ann, Stacy E. and Elizabeth. He was the oldest of the seven children. He died due to Choked on an apple at the age of 77 in 1914 in Greenville, Hunt Co, TX.

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Contact Linda Brown <lwbldb@charter.net> for info on Halstead/Cooper Connections. 
Simmons, William M. (I45780)
 
45878 William MacKerness
Also Known As: "Richard Makerneys"
Birthdate: circa 1432
Birthplace: England
Death: circa 1504 (64-80)
England
Immediate Family:
Son of Richard MacKerness and Mabel Bradshaugh
Husband of Isabella Felice MacKerness
Father of Joan Saunders
Occupation: Steward to the monks at St. Mary?s Collegiate Church, Warwick
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Isabella Felice MacKerness
wife

Joan Saunders
daughter

Richard MacKerness
father

Mabel Bradshaugh
mother
About William MacKerness
Of Wolfhampcote, a now decayed settlement near Braunston on the Warwickshire/ Northamptonshire border.

Will (in Latin) of Richard Makernesse or Makyrnesse was proved June 1474, mentions his wife Felicia and one of his Executors was Edward Saunders who married Richard?s daughter Joan Makernes, but it only states he left his three sons 4d each. It did not name each son, but he had already given them Manor Houses and land in his lifetime.

John Andrewe* (living Sawbridge 1391)'s son, Richard (I) witnessed deeds in 1416, 1418, 1421, 1422 and 1439, and in 1433 was joint tenant with Thomas Carter of the rectory of Wolfhampcote.29 By 1465-6, they had been replaced by Thomas Andrewe (I) and Richard Makernesse. In 1444, Richard (I) [Andrewe, presumably] transferred his lands in the east Warwickshire villages of Sawbridge, Flecknoe, Walcote, Willoughby, Dunkirk, Toft and Newton to feoffees for his son John (II). (Journal of the Society of Antiquaries of London, Volumes 75-76. p65) See Vis of Northants 1618.

2nd August, 1470. Deed of gift whereby Margery (recently wife of Thomas Hogekins (of Nethercote pa., Wolfhamcote)) gives to William Wale (son of John Wale, of Fleckenhoe) the land as in PA 152/62/1 extending to the ditch of Robert Quyney (gent.); witnessed by John Andrew (of Salbridge, gent.) Richard Haines (of Salbridge, gent.), Richard Makerneys (of Nethercote), Richard Quyny (of Nethercote) and Richard Quyny (of Fleckenhoe).

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The name began as MAKERNES in Finedon (then called Thingdon) in Northamptonshire.

The earliest mention of the family is in 1423 on the MULSO rent roll, JOHN MAKURNEYS was a tenant farmer of Lord Tansfield Mulso the last Mulso Lord of the Manor of Finedon (then called Thingdon) Northamptonshire. John Makurneys is the possible Father or Uncle of

1. John Makernes & 2. Joan Makernes [m Edward Saunders]

1. John Makernes born between 1445 -1460 information differs born in Thingdon (Finedon) John will dated 14 October 1515 Thingdon (Finedon ) will available dated 14/10/1515 from Northamptonshire Records office. He married abt 1490 to Elizabeth born 1465 will dated 24 April 1533 they had 6 children her will also available from The County Archivist Northamptonshire Records Office.

Sources
https://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ancestorsearch&id=I10234
https://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ancestorsearch&id=I70014

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Makerneys, Richard (I53234)
 
45879 William made his money operating a grist mill and a distillery. The profits were used to expand his land holdings and to purchase slaves (he owned 47 by 1830). In the late 1820s he built an immense estate which he also called Brook Hall. The 8,800 square foot home consisted of 26 rooms, including a ballroom. There were several unique features including a suite of rooms built for the colonel's daughters that could only be accessed through a hidden stairway. The house sat 3 stories tall and included a basement. Byars, William M. (I13379)
 
45880 WILLIAM MADISON MOORE

William Madison Moore born Sparta, White Co. TN, 25 March 1835. Married about 1858 in Sparta, White Co.TN to Marian (Martha) Meeks, born 17 Nov. 1840 in Sparta to Charles Meeks and wife Nancy. I have copy of page in marriage book where license was issued, was not later filed for recording.1

Following service and capture and being in several prisons he was traded at the end of the war after promising service to the State of the Union, and returned to Sparta, White Co. TN.2 Another child, Charles Meeks Moore was born 4 Feb. 1866 in TN. Some hard feelings caused family upset and as a result W.M. and family left for the south-west arriving in Coryell County in the late 1860's. At first the family settled in the southern part of the county, land which was later taken over by Ft. Hood. Some time in the 70's they relocated to an area of the county known at that time as Waldo, Coryell Co.3 No trace of Waldo remains and after moving across the nearby McLennan Co. line, they settled on some of the best farm land in the country4. Children of William M. and Marian Moore are:

1. Nancy Moore, born 1859, White Co. TN, married J.W.Dowis, daughter , Jeaneane Dowis Lipman.
2. Rance P. Moore born about 1863. Married 1. Virginia 2. Jesse Alice Oglesby.
3. Charles Meeks Moore, born 4 Feb. 1866 married 15 Nov. 1894 in Tyler, Smith Co. TX to Bertha Georgia Amelia Albertson.56
4. Hugh Moore, born about 1869. Eugene, lived New Mexico, has 3 girls
5. John W. Moore born 14 Jan. 1872. Never married. No children
6. Clark Moore, born about 1875. M. Willis Hopkins, no children.
7. Joe Moore, married, Joe Ann, William Madison.
8. James B. Moore, born April 1877. Married Catherine Barcus, son Richard, children: Robert E. (Bobby)and Dick Moore
9. Ida Crain Moore born Jan. 1882.
10. Mae Moore born 31 Jan. 1885.
11. Frank Moore born after 1885

This growing family managed to miss the census in 1870 and 1880, not appearing on a census until 1900 In McLennan County, page 174 A #179-188.7
Moore, Wm. M. b 1841 59 TN TN TN Landlord
Marion .1842 57 " " "
James Apr 1877 23 TX TN " Dentist8
Joseph Apr 1879 21 " " " Student
Ida Jan 1882 18 9 " " "
Frank Nov.1885 16 " " " At school
Not positive of birth order, have conflicting info.

William Madison Moore died 18 Feb. 1922 and is buried in the McGregor cemetery. Marion Meeks Moore Died 30 Oct 192610 and is buried by his side in the McGregor cemetery. Also buried there are Ida who died 22 March 1957; Mae who died 9 March 1968 and Dr. John W. who died 27 July 1910, James B.(Dent) who


CHARLES MEEKS MOORE

Third child of Wm.M.and Marion Moore was born in Sparta, White Co. TN 14 Feb. 1866 and was brought to Texas at an early age by his parents and grew up in Coryell County Texas, very near the McLennan county line on some of the best farm land in the country. The little town was called Waldo and nothing is left to mark it's place. The house that existed up into the 90's has been captured in early and late photos that show the passage of time by the trees.

All of Wm.M.'s boys became doctors or dentists, with Charles M. becoming a Doctor and was in Tyler, Smith Co. TX. There he met a lovely, educated, first generation norwegian girl, Bertha Georgia Amelia Albertson and they were married 15 Nov. 1894.11 Bringing his bride to Coryell County, they are listed on the 1900 census page 174A #260 with first born Elif Albertson Moore. Later children were Fred William and Bruce Vivian Moore. Bruce died at the age of nine. Doctor Moore's first practice was on horseback, and he was named on call by the Santa Fe Railroad, which ran Through Clifton and as Clifton had no hospital, he took his patients to Temple by train. Dr. Moore was always interested in farm land and cattle operations, up on retirement he moved to his farm in Coryell County near Hurst Springs.12

Charles Meeks Moore died 4-12-1940 and was buried in the Clifton Cemetery. Bertha Albertson Moore died 18-10-194213 and is buried at his side.

Elif Moore was an educator. After serving in the medical corp of the AEF in World War I, he graduated with B.A. from Austin College in 1921, and finished with a M.A. at the University of Texas. He was
Principle of Meridian High School and then taught at the Clifton Lutheran College in Clifton. He married Torese Jorgenson and they had three daughters, Marcelle, Doris and Ruth.
Elif Moore died in 1969 and is buried in the Clifton cemetery. Torese is at his side.

Fred William was a graduate of Texas A. & M. College. He became a Principal at the Meridian Public schools and later as Superintendant of the Iredell Public Schools where he met and married Elizabeth Carol Smith daughter of Mrs. Bettie Smith of Walnut Springs, TX. on April 20, 1929. He soon went into the farming business with his father and they removed to the Hurst Springs ranch. Their children were:

1. Elizabeth Carol Moore, born 1930 living
2. Charles William Moore, born 5 Nov 1931 living
3. Ellen Ann Moore, born 1942 living

Fred died 30 June 1952 and is buried in the Clifton cemetery,Carol died 12 Nov. 1982 and is at his side.

References:

1 Book 1838, -81 Marriage records of White Co, TN. With note from County Clerk that liscense was not returned for filing.
2 Civil War records of Wm. Maddison Moore. Also contains description of said Moore.
3 First legal information found was 8 Feb. 1872, bought land from Jno.Christy.
4-4-1881 Wm. M. Moore paid taxes on 150 acres of F.Ramsdale survey.
R.P.Moore (Rance) paid taxes on 120 acres of J. Lindall and horses.
8-8-1884 bought 120 acres on county line.
8-8-1885 & 7-20-95 bought land
11-18-1876 bought 160 acres from Wm Oglesby (Rance's father in law)
4 Photo of Moore home, McLennan Co. TX in earlier days and again many years later.
5 Photo of Dr. Charles Meeks Moore.
6 Have copy of marriage record.
7 1900 Census McLennan Co. TX.
8 Photo of Dr. Jim Moore.
9 Photo of Ida Crain Moore
10 Waco Tribune-Herald Nov. 1, 1926. Obituary of Marion Meeks Moore. died in 1920.
11 Smith Co. TX Marriages listed alphabetically., have copy of marriage record.
12 1900, 1910 Census of Bosque County.
13 Death certificate.
14 Death Certificate.
15 Obituary 12 Nov 1982 
Moore, William Madison (I16872)
 
45881 William Magness
Born about 1793 in North Carolinamap
ANCESTORS ancestors
Son of Jonathan Magness and Martha Patsy (Nowlin) Magness
Brother of Robert Magness [half], Mary Magness [half], John Magness, David Magness, Perry Green Magness, Sarah Magness [half], Susanna Magness [half], Morgan Magness and Zachariah C Magness
Husband of Susannah (Edwards) Magness — married about 1811 in Davidson Co., TNmap
DESCENDANTS descendants
Father of David Magness, Sarah (Magness) Brittain, Martha Magness, John Anderson Magness, Robert Magness, Anaonymous Magness, James W. B. Magness and Perry G. Magness
Died about 7 Dec 1844 in White County, Arkansasmap
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William was born about 1793. William Magness ... He passed away about 1844. [1] He married Susannah Edwards in 1811, in Davidson, TN, according to Public Member Trees, Database, online.www.ancestry.com; In 1828 and in 1830, he resided in Pulaski County, Arkansas and in 1840 he resided in White Co., Arkansas, according to Family Search, Public Member Trees; He was a Captain in the Pulaski County 2nd Regiment, Arkansas militia, according to findagrave.com He is buried in the Punkin Town Cemetery, Dewey, Arkansas. Do you have information about William Magness? Please contribute to his biography. Everything on WikiTree is a collaborative work-in-progress.

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"United States Census, 1830"; "United States Census, 1840"; database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark www.carrfamilytree.com 'Family Search International Genealogical Index, "Public Member Trees", Ancestry.com White County Historical Society, P.O. Box 537, Searcy, AR, "Punkin Town Cemetery, Dewey, Arkansas. www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSin=Magness

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Magness, William (I32161)
 
45882 William Marmion
Born about 1158 in England
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Son of Robert Marmion and Maud (Beauchamp) Marmion
Brother of Phillip (de Marmion) Marmion [half] and Robert Marmion
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Father of Geoffrey Marmion
Died before 1220 [location unknown]
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Ancestry.com family trees 
Marmion, William (I50982)
 
45883 William married Isabel STAVELEY, Of Bignell [1334], daughter of William STAVELEY [231] and Alice FRANCIS [235], in 1488 in Staindrop, Durham, England. (Isabel STAVELEY, Of Bignell [1334] was born in 1460 in Bignell, Oxford, England, christened on 16 Jul 1492 of Bignell, Buckingham, England and died in 1545 in , Buckingham, England.) Family F13678
 
45884 William married twice, but produced no surviving male progeny:

Firstly in September 1214, aged 24, William married Alice de Bethune (d. pre-1215), daughter of his father's ally Baldwin of Bethune. She was murdered while pregnant with her son. No surviving male progeny resulted, as her son died as she did.[2] There are no existing sources to prove this, they simply state she died nine months after the marriage. Shortly before her death she was involved in a land dispute, leading to theories she was murdered. [3]

Secondly in 1224 William married Eleanor of Leicester, youngest daughter of King John by Isabella of Angoulăeme, thereby strengthening the Marshal family's connection with the Plantagenets. No surviving progeny resulted. 
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45885 william Marrs Logue b.1777
allyrisley? (View posts) Posted: 18 Jan 2013 10:22PM
Classification: Query
Surnames: Edwards, Logue, Marrs

Seeking info on where the Marrs names fits into my tree. William Marrs Logue was born in 1777 in VA to William Logue (b. 1760 MD, yes this makes him 17 when he had W. Marrs, so correct me if you know something I don't) & Martha Jane Edwards (b. 1757 Scotland). Assuming the Marrs comes from Marthas side but I hit a wall at William Logue Sr. & Martha, so it could come from either side. Any info is appreciated. 
Edwards, Martha Jane (I31565)
 
45886 William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke (1146 or 1147 - 14 May 1219), also called William the Marshal (Norman French: Williame le Mareschal), was an Anglo-Norman soldier and statesman.[1] He served five English kings – The "Young King" Henry, Henry II, Richard I, John, and Henry III.

Knighted in 1166, he spent his younger years as a knight errant and a successful tournament fighter; Stephen Langton eulogized him as the "best knight that ever lived."[2] In 1189, he received the title of Earl of Pembroke through marriage during the second creation of the Pembroke Earldom. In 1216, he was appointed protector for the nine-year-old Henry III, and regent of the kingdom.

Before him, his father's family held an hereditary title of Marshal to the king, which by his father's time had become recognized as a chief or master Marshalcy, involving management over other Marshals and functionaries. William became known as 'the Marshal', although by his time much of the function was actually delegated to more specialized representatives (as happened with other functions in the King's household). Because he was an Earl, and also known as the Marshal, the term "Earl Marshal" was commonly used and this later became an established hereditary title in the English Peerage.


Early life

Tomb effigy of William Marshal in Temple Church, London
William's father, John Marshal, supported King Stephen when he took the throne in 1135, but in about 1139 he changed sides to back the Empress Matilda in the civil war of succession between her and Stephen which led to the collapse of England into "the Anarchy".[4]

When King Stephen besieged Newbury Castle in 1152, according to William's biographer, he used the young William as a hostage to ensure that John kept his promise to surrender the castle. John, however, used the time allotted to reinforce the castle and alert Matilda's forces. When Stephen ordered John to surrender immediately or William would be hanged, John replied that he should go ahead saying, "I still have the hammer and the anvil with which to forge still more and better sons!" Subsequently there was a bluff made to launch William from a pierriáere, a type of trebuchet towards the castle. Fortunately for the child, Stephen could not bring himself to harm young William.[5] William remained a crown hostage for many months, only being released following the peace that resulted from the terms agreed at Winchester on 6 November 1153 that ended the civil war.

Knight-Errant

As a younger son of a minor nobleman, William had no lands or fortune to inherit, and had to make his own way in life. Around the age of twelve, when his father's career was faltering, he was sent to Normandy to be brought up in the household of William de Tancarville, a great magnate and cousin of young William's mother. Here he began his training as a knight. This would have included basic biblical stories and prayers written in Latin, as well as exposure to French romances, which conferred the basic precepts of chivalry to the budding knight.[6] In addition, while in Tancarville’s household, it is likely that Marshal also learned important and lasting practical lessons concerning the politics of courtly life. According to his thirteenth-century biography, L'Histoire de Guillaume le Marechal, Marshal had a number of adversaries in court who machinated to his disadvantage—these individuals likely would have been threatened by the boy’s close relationship with the magnate.[7] He was knighted in 1166 on campaign in Upper Normandy, then being invaded from Flanders. His first experience in battle came with mixed reviews. According to L'Histoire, everyone who witnessed the young knight in action agreed that he had acquitted himself well in combat. However, as medieval historian David Crouch explains, “War in the twelfth century was not fought wholly for honour. Profit was there to be made…”[8] On this front, Marshal was not so successful, as he was unable to parlay his combat victories into profit from either ransom or seized booty. As described in L'Histoire, the Earl of Essex, who was expecting the customary tribute from his valorous knight following battle, jokingly remarked: “Oh? But Marshal, what are you saying? You had forty or sixty of them — yet you refuse me so small a thing!”[9] In 1167 he was taken by William de Tancarville to his first tournament where he found his true mâetier. Quitting the Tancarville household he then served in the household of his mother's brother, Patrick, Earl of Salisbury. In 1168 his uncle was killed in an ambush by Guy de Lusignan. William was injured and captured in the same skirmish. It is known that William received a wound to his thigh and that someone in his captor's household took pity on the young knight. He received a loaf of bread in which were concealed several lengths of clean linen bandages with which he could dress his wounds. This act of kindness by an unknown person perhaps saved Marshal's life as infection setting into the wound could have killed him. After a period of time, he was ransomed by Eleanor of Aquitaine, who was apparently impressed by tales of his bravery.

Thereafter he found he could make a good living out of winning tournaments, dangerous, often deadly, staged battles in which money and valuable prizes could be won by capturing and ransoming opponents, their horses and armour. His record is legendary: on his deathbed he recalled besting 500 knights during his tourneying career.[10]

Royal favour

13th-century depiction by Matthew Paris of the Earl of Pembroke's coat of arms[11]
Upon his return during the course of 1185 William rejoined the court of King Henry II, and now served the father as a loyal captain through the many difficulties of his final years. The returns of royal favour were almost immediate. The king gave William the large royal estate of Cartmel in Cumbria, and the keeping of Heloise, the heiress of the northern barony of Lancaster. It may be that the king expected him to take the opportunity to marry her and become a northern baron, but William seems to have had grander ambitions for his marriage. In 1188 faced with an attempt by Philip II to seize the disputed region of Berry, Henry II summoned the Marshal to his side. The letter by which he did this survives, and makes some sarcastic comments about William's complaints that he had not been properly rewarded to date for his service to the king. Henry therefore promised him the marriage and lands of Dionisia, lady of Chăateauroux in Berry. In the resulting campaign, the king fell out with his heir Richard, count of Poitou, who consequently allied with Philip II against his father. In 1189, while covering the flight of Henry II from Le Mans to Chinon, William unhorsed the undutiful Richard in a skirmish. William could have killed the prince but killed his horse instead, to make that point clear. He is said to have been the only man ever to unhorse Richard. Nonetheless after Henry's death, Marshal was welcomed at court by his former adversary, now King Richard I, who was wise to include a man whose legendary loyalty and military accomplishments were too useful to ignore, especially in a king who was intending to go on Crusade.[1]

During the old king's last days he had promised the Marshal the hand and estates of Isabel de Clare (c.1172–1220), but had not completed the arrangements. King Richard however, confirmed the offer and so in August 1189, at the age of 43, the Marshal married the 17-year-old daughter of Richard de Clare (Strongbow). Her father had been Earl of Pembroke, and Marshal acquired large estates and claims in England, Wales, Normandy and Ireland. Some estates however were excluded from the deal. Marshal did not obtain Pembroke and the title of earl, which his father-in-law had enjoyed, until 1199, as it had been taken into the king's hand in 1154. However, the marriage transformed the landless knight from a minor family into one of the richest men in the kingdom, a sign of his power and prestige at court. They had five sons and five daughters, and have numerous descendants.[1] William made numerous improvements to his wife's lands, including extensive additions to Pembroke Castle and Chepstow Castle.[citation needed]

William was included in the council of regency which the King appointed on his departure for the Third Crusade in 1190. He took the side of John, the king's brother, when the latter expelled the justiciar, William Longchamp, from the kingdom, but he soon discovered that the interests of John were different from those of Richard. Hence in 1193 he joined with the loyalists in making war upon him. In spring 1194, during the course of the hostilities in England and before King Richard's return, William Marshal's elder brother John Marshal (who was serving as seneschal) was killed while defending Marlborough for the king's brother John. Richard allowed Marshal to succeed his brother in the hereditary marshalship, and his paternal honour of Hamstead Marshall. The Marshal served the king in his wars in Normandy against Philip II. On Richard's death-bed the king designated Marshal as custodian of Rouen and of the royal treasure during the interregnum.[1]

King John and Magna Carta

A 13th-century depiction of the Second Battle of Lincoln, which occurred at Lincoln Castle on 20 May 1217; the illustration shows the death of Thomas du Perche, the Comte de la Perche

William supported King John when he became king in 1199, arguing against those who maintained the claims of Arthur of Brittany, the teenage son of John's elder brother Geoffrey Plantagenet. William was heavily engaged with the defence of Normandy against the growing pressure of the Capetian armies between 1200 and 1203. He sailed with King John when he abandoned the duchy in December 1203. He and the king had a falling out in the aftermath of the loss of the duchy, when he was sent with the earl of Leicester as ambassadors to negotiate a truce with King Philip II of France in 1204. The Marshal took the opportunity to negotiate the continued possession of his Norman lands.

Before commencing negotiations with King Philip, William had been generously permitted to do homage to the King of France by King John so he might keep his possessions in Normandy; land which must have been of sentimental value due to the time spent there in his youth and adolescence. However, once official negotiations began, Philip demanded that such homage be paid exclusively to him, which King John had not consented to.[12] When William paid homage to King Philip, John took offence and there was a major row at court which led to cool relations between the two men. This became outright hostility in 1207 when John began to move against several major Irish magnates, including William. Though he left for Leinster in 1207 William was recalled and humiliated at court in the autumn of 1208, while John's justiciar in Ireland Meilyr fitz Henry invaded his lands, burning the town of New Ross.

Meilyr's defeat by Countess Isabel led to her husband's return to Leinster. He was once again in conflict with King John in his war with the Braose and Lacy families in 1210, but managed to survive. He stayed in Ireland until 1213, during which time he had Carlow Castle erected[13] and restructured his honour of Leinster. Taken back into favour in 1212, he was summoned in 1213 to return to the English court. Despite their differences, William remained loyal throughout the hostilities between John and his barons which culminated on 15 June 1215 at Runnymede with the sealing of Magna Carta. William was one of the few English earls to remain loyal to the king through the First Barons' War. It was William whom King John trusted on his deathbed to make sure John's nine-year-old son Henry would get the throne. It was William who took responsibility for the king's funeral and burial at Worcester Cathedral.[1]

On 11 November 1216 at Gloucester, upon the death of King John, William Marshal was named by the king's council (the chief barons who had remained loyal to King John in the First Barons' War) to serve as protector of the nine-year-old King Henry III, and regent of the kingdom. In spite of his advanced age (around 70) he prosecuted the war against Prince Louis and the rebel barons with remarkable energy. In the battle of Lincoln he charged and fought at the head of the young King's army, leading them to victory. He was preparing to besiege Louis in London when the war was terminated by the naval victory of Hubert de Burgh in the straits of Dover. [1]

William was criticised for the generosity of the terms he accorded to Louis and the rebels in September 1217; but his desire for an expeditious settlement was dictated by sound statesmanship. Self-restraint and compromise were the keynote of Marshal's policy, hoping to secure peace and stability for his young liege. Both before and after the peace of 1217 he reissued Magna Carta, in which he is a signatory as one of the witnessing barons.

Death and legacy

William Marshal was interred in Temple Church, London
Marshal's health finally failed him early in 1219. In March 1219 he realised that he was dying, so he summoned his eldest son, also William, and his household knights, and left the Tower of London for his estate at Caversham in Berkshire, near Reading, where he called a meeting of the barons, Henry III, the Papal legate Pandulf Verraccio, the royal justiciar (Hubert de Burgh), and Peter des Roches (Bishop of Winchester and the young King's guardian). William rejected the Bishop's claim to the regency and entrusted the regency to the care of the papal legate; he apparently did not trust the Bishop or any of the other magnates that he had gathered to this meeting. Fulfilling the vow he had made while on crusade, he was invested into the order of the Knights Templar on his deathbed. He died on 14 May 1219 at Caversham, and was buried in the Temple Church in London, where his tomb can still be seen.[1]

Descendants of William Marshal and Isabel de Clare

William Marshal, 2nd Earl of Pembroke (1190–6 April 1231), married (1) Alice de Bâethune, daughter of Earl of Albemarle; (2) 23 April 1224 Eleanor Plantagenet, daughter of King John of England. They had no children.
Richard Marshal, 3rd Earl of Pembroke (1191–16 April 1234), married Gervase le Dinant. He died in captivity. They had no children.
Maud Marshal (1194–27 March 1248), married (1) Hugh Bigod, 3rd Earl of Norfolk, they had four children; (2) William de Warenne, 5th Earl of Surrey, they had two children; (3) Walter de Dunstanville.
Gilbert Marshal, 4th Earl of Pembroke (1197–27 June 1241), married (1) Marjorie of Scotland, youngest daughter of King William I of Scotland; by an unknown mistress he had one illegitimate daughter:
Isabel Marshal, married to Rhys ap Maeldon Fychan.
Walter Marshal, 5th Earl of Pembroke (c. 1199 – November 1245), married Margaret de Quincy, Countess of Lincoln, granddaughter of Hugh de Kevelioc, 3rd Earl of Chester. No children.
Isabel Marshal (9 October 1200 – 17 January 1240), married (1) Gilbert de Clare, 5th Earl of Hertford, whose daughter Isabel de Clare married Robert Bruce, 5th Lord of Annandale, the grandfather of Robert the Bruce; (2) Richard Plantagenet, Earl of Cornwall
Sibyl Marshal (c. 1201–27 April 1245), married William de Ferrers, 5th Earl of Derby–they had seven daughters.
Agnes Ferrers (died 11 May 1290), married William de Vesci.

Isabel Ferrers (died before 26 November 1260)
Maud Ferrers (died 12 March 1298), married (1) Simon de Kyme, and (2) William de Vivonia (de Forz), and (3) Amaury IX of Rochechouart.
Sibyl Ferrers, married Sir Francis or Franco de Bohun.
Joan Ferrers (died 1267)
Agatha Ferrers (died May 1306), married Hugh Mortimer, of Chelmarsh.
Eleanor Ferrers (died 16 October 1274), married to:

Eva Marshal (1203–1246), married William de Braose, Lord of Abergavenny

Isabella de Braose (b.1222), married Prince Dafydd ap Llywelyn. She died childless.
Maud de Braose (1224–1301), in 1247, she married Roger Mortimer, 1st Baron Mortimer and they had descendants.
Eva de Braose (1227 – 28 July 1255), married Sir William de Cantelou and had descendants.
Eleanor de Braose (c.1228–1251). On an unknown date after August 1241, she married Sir Humphrey de Bohun and had descendants.

Anselm Marshal, 6th Earl of Pembroke (c. 1208–22 December 1245), married Maud de Bohun, daughter of Humphrey de Bohun, 2nd Earl of Hereford. They had no children.
Joan Marshal (1210–1234), married Warin de Munchensi (d. 1255), Lord of Swanscombe
Joan de Munchensi (1230–20 September 1307) married William of Valence, the fourth son of King John's widow, Isabella of Angoulăeme, and her second husband, Hugh X of Lusignan, Count of La Marche. Valence was half-brother to Henry III and Edward I's uncle.

The fate of the Marshal family

During the civil wars in Ireland, William had taken two manors that the Bishop of Ferns claimed but could not get back. Some years after William's death, that bishop is said[14] to have laid a curse on the family that William's sons would have no children, and the great Marshal estates would be scattered. Each of William's sons did become earl of Pembroke and marshal of England, and each died without legitimate issue. William's vast holdings were then divided among the husbands of his five daughters. The title of "Marshal" went to the husband of the oldest daughter, Hugh Bigod, 3rd Earl of Norfolk, and later passed to the Mowbray dukes of Norfolk and then to the Howard dukes of Norfolk, becoming "Earl Marshal" along the way. The title of "Earl of Pembroke" passed to William of Valence, the husband of Joan Marshal's daughter, Joan de Munchensi; he became the first of the de Valence line of earls of Pembroke.

Through his daughter Isabel, William is ancestor to the both the Bruce and Stewart kings of Scots. Through his granddaughter Maud de Braose, William is ancestor to the last Plantagenet kings, Edward IV through Richard III, and all English monarchs from Henry VIII and afterward. 
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45887 William Maudit (or Mauduit), 8th Earl of Warwick (c. 1220 – 8 January 1267) was an English nobleman and participant in the Barons' War.

He was the son of Alice de Beaumont (daughter of the 4th Earl) and William de Maudit, and so was the grandson of Waleran de Beaumont, 4th Earl of Warwick. His father was the Lord of Hanslope and hereditary Chamberlain of the Exchequer, a title that went back to another William Maudit who held that office for Henry I.

He adhered to Henry III in the wars with the barons. He was surprised in his own castle, Warwick Castle by John Giffard, the governor of Kenilworth Castle. The walls of the castle were destroyed and the countess taken prisoner to Kenilworth, and only released on payment of a ransom nineteen hundred marks.

William Mauduit made the inner ward in the northwestern corner of Portchester Castle (Portus Adurni) for an unknown reason. This was made in 1090 and is a Norman Castle and had palisades on each side of the castle.

William Maudit married to Alice de Segrave and had no issue[1]. When he died, his estates passed to his sister, Isabel de Maudit, who had married William de Beauchamp. She died shortly after Warwick's death and the title passed to their son William Beauchamp, as the 9th Earl of Warwick.

References

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Beaumont, J.P., Edward T. The Beaumonts in History. A.D. 850-1850. Oxford.
Hollister, C. Warren (1978). "The Origins of the English Treasury". English Historical Review. 93: 262–275. doi:10.1093/ehr/XCIII.CCCLXVII.262.
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45888 William Merryman (bef. 1652), Parents, Biography, Last Weill & Testament, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Merryman-179, This person, place, event, location, document or photo was abstracted or parsed by David A. Hennessee, http://thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I3&tree=hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the this website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Friday, December 20th, 2019 Source (S15017)
 
45889 William MERRYMAN and Margaret LANE had the following children:

child72 i. Jemima MERRYMAN was born on 24 Nov 1726. She died on 13 Aug 1736.
child73 ii. Margaret MERRYMAN was born on 24 Feb 1727/28. She died on 5 Aug 1736.
child74 iii. William MERRYMAN was born on 11 Apr 1729.
child75 iv. George MERRYMAN was born on 25 Oct 1734.
child76 v. Joanna MERRYMAN was born on 15 Oct 1736.
child+77 vi. Chloe MERRYMAN.

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45890 William Merryman was born about 1700 in Baltimore County, Maryland. (10) He died after 1750.(10) He died in 1803., http://rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mdannear/firstfam/merryman/d18737.htm#P18737, This person, place, event, location, document or photo was abstracted or parsed by David A. Hennessee, http://thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I3&tree=hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the this website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Sunday, October 13th, 2019 Source (S14657)
 
45891 William Merryman, Parents & Children, compiled by Donald Merriman, merrimand@yahoo.com, https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/2:2:3CG2-VDJ, This person, place, event, location, document or photo was abstracted or parsed by David A. Hennessee, http://thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I3&tree=hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the this website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Wednesday, December 18th, 2019 Source (S15008)
 
45892 William Mitchell, telephone interview, August 28, 2015, 716.691.6508, liammitchell@verizon.com Source (S7550)
 
45893 William Montagu, alias de Montacute, 1st Earl of Salisbury, 3rd Baron Montagu, King of Mann (1301 – 30 January 1344) was an English nobleman and loyal servant of King Edward III.

The son of William Montagu, 2nd Baron Montagu, he entered the royal household at an early age and became a close companion of the young Prince Edward. The relationship continued after Edward was crowned king following the deposition of Edward II in 1327. In 1330, Montagu was one of Edward's main accomplices in the coup against Roger Mortimer, who up until then had been acting as the king's protector.

In the following years Montagu served the king in various capacities, primarily in the Scottish Wars. He was richly rewarded, and among other things received the lordship of the Isle of Man. In 1337, he was created Earl of Salisbury, and given an annual income of 1000 marks to go with the title. He served on the Continent in the early years of the Hundred Years' War, but in 1340 he was captured by the French, and in return for his freedom had to promise never to fight in France again. Salisbury died of wounds suffered at a tournament early in 1344.

Legend has it that Montagu's wife Catherine was raped by Edward III, but this story is almost certainly French propaganda. William and Catherine had six children, most of whom married into the nobility. Modern historians have called William Montague Edward's "most intimate personal friend"[3] and "the chief influence behind the throne from Mortimer's downfall in 1330 until his own death in 1344."[4]

Family background

William Montagu, born at Cassington, Oxfordshire in 1301, was the second but eldest surviving son of William Montagu, 2nd Baron Montagu, and Elizabeth de Montfort, daughter of Sir Peter Montfort of Beaudesert, Warwickshire.[5] by Matilda/Maud de la Mare daughter and heiress of Henry de la Mare of Ashtead, Surrey, Royal Justice, Seneschal of William Longspree II Earl of Salisbury.[6] The Montagu family, a West Country family with roots going back to the Conquest, held extensive lands in Somerset, Dorset and Devon.[7] The father, William Montagu, distinguished himself in the Scottish Wars during the reign of Edward I, and served as steward of Edward II's household. Some members of the nobility, including Thomas of Lancaster, viewed Montagu with suspicion, as a member of a court party with undue influence on the king.[8] For this reason he was sent to Aquitaine, to serve as seneschal. Here he died on 18 October 1319.[8] Even though he sat in parliament as a baron, the second lord Montagu never rose above a level of purely regional importance.[9]

Early service

The younger William was still a minor at the time of his father's death, and entered the royal household as a ward of the king in 1320.[10] On 21 February 1323 he was granted his father's lands and title.[5] His service to Edward II took him abroad to the Continent in both 1320 and 1325.[5] In 1326 he was knighted.[9] After the deposition of Edward II in 1327, Montagu continued in the service of Edward's son Edward III. He helped the new king in repelling the Scottish invasion of 1327, and was created knight banneret in 1328.[5]

Montagu enjoyed a close relationship with Edward III, and accompanied him abroad on a diplomatic mission in 1329. That same year he was sent on an embassy to negotiate a marriage alliance with King Philip VI of France.[5] His most important task, however, came in connection with a mission to the Papacy in Avignon. The young king—along with his government—was under the dominance of his mother Isabella and her lover Roger Mortimer, who had been responsible for the deposition of the king's father.[11] Montagu explained the king's situation, and Pope John XXII asked for a special signal that assure him that he was dealing with the king in person. After Montagu's return, Richard Bury, Keeper of the Privy Seal, wrote to inform the pope that only letters containing the words pater sancte (holy father), in Edward's own handwriting, were indeed from the king. Only Edward, Bury and Montagu were party to the scheme.[12]

Coup against Mortimer

When Mortimer discovered the conspiracy against him, Montagu was brought in for interrogation – along with the king – but gave nothing away.[10] Afterward he supposedly advised Edward to move against his protector, because "It was better that they should eat the dog than that the dog should eat them".[5] On 19 October 1330, while Mortimer and Isabella were entrenched in Nottingham Castle, the constable of the castle showed Montagu a secret entrance through an underground tunnel.[13] Along with Edward de Bohun, Robert Ufford, and John Neville and others, he entered the castle, where he met up with the king.[5] A short brawl followed before Mortimer was captured. The queen stormed into the chamber shouting "Good son, have pity on noble Mortimer".[14] Edward did not obey his mother's wishes, and a few weeks later Mortimer was executed for treason in London.[15] As a reward for his part in the coup, Montagu was given lands worth ą1000, including the Welsh lordship of Denbigh that had belonged to Mortimer.[16] His family also benefited; his brother Simon Montacute became Bishop of Worcester and later of Ely.[17] Another brother, Edward Montagu, 1st Baron Montagu, married Alice of Norfolk, a co-heir of Thomas of Brotherton, 1st Earl of Norfolk.[18]

Service under Edward III

Edward III founded the Order of the Garter in 1348, and included Salisbury's son among the founding members.
In the years to come, Montagu acted as Edward's closest companion.[3] In April 1331, the two went on a secret expedition to France, disguised as merchants so they would not be recognised. In September of the same year, Montagu held a tournament at Cheapside, where he and the king were costumed as Tartars.[5] From 1333 onwards, Montagu was deeply engaged in the Scottish Wars, and distinguished himself at the Siege of Berwick and the Battle of Halidon Hill. It was after this event that his lordship over the Isle of Man was recognised, a right he held from his grandfather.[5] The lordship was at the moment of a purely theoretical nature, however, since the island was still under Scottish control.

In February 1334 Montagu was sent on a commission to Edinburgh, to demand Edward Balliol's homage to Edward. In the great summer campaign of 1335, it was Montagu who provided the largest English contingent, with 180 men-at-arms and 136 archers.[5] He was well rewarded for his contributions: after the Scots had been forced to cede the Lowlands, Montagu was granted the county of Peeblesshire. He was also allowed to buy the wardship of Roger Mortimer's son Roger for 1000 marks, a deal that turned out to be very lucrative for Montagu.[19] At this point, however, the fortunes were turning for the English in Scotland. Montagu campaigned in the north again in 1337, but the siege of Dunbar met with failure.[20] Following the abortive attempt in Scotland, Edward III turned his attention to the continent.

The Hundred Years' War

Montagu was created Earl of Salisbury on 16 March 1337. This was one of six comital promotions Edward III made that day, in preparation for what was to become the Hundred Years' War.[21] To allow Montagu to support his new status, the king granted him land and rent of a value of 1000 marks a year. The money was provided from the royal stannaries of Cornwall.[22] A contemporary poem tells of a vow made by the earl on the eve of the wars – he would not open one of his eyes while fighting in France. The story is probably a satire; the truth was that Montagu had already lost the use of one of his eyes in a tournament.[23]

In April 1337, Montagu was appointed to a diplomatic commission to Valenciennes, to establish alliances with Flanders and the German princes.[24] In July 1338, he accompanied the king on another mission to the continent, again providing the greatest number of soldiers, with 123 men-at-arms and 50 archers.[5] In September of that year he was made Marshal of England. After the death of Thomas of Brotherton, Earl of Norfolk, this office had come into the hands of Norfolk's daughter Margaret. The king did not trust the office with her husband, so he decided instead to bestow it on his trusted companion, Montagu.[25] Edward's policy of building alliances put him in great debt, and when he left the Low Countries to return to England late in 1338, Salisbury had to stay behind as surety to the king's debtors, along with the king's family and the Earl of Derby.[26] The earl had earlier voiced concerns about the costly alliances, but he nevertheless remained loyal to the king's strategy.[27]

While Edward was away, Salisbury was captured by the French at Lille in April 1340, and imprisoned in Paris.[5] Reportedly, King Philip VI of France wanted to execute Salisbury and Robert Ufford, Earl of Suffolk, who was captured with him. Philip was, however, dissuaded by John of Bohemia, who argued that the earls could come in handy in an exchange, should any French noblemen be captured.[28] Though released on parole in September, it was not until May 1342 that he reached a final settlement with the French. Salisbury was freed in a prisoner exchange, but only on the condition that he never fight in France again.[5]

Final years

Salisbury's residence of Bisham Manor in Berkshire.
Salisbury had long been frustrated by the failure of the government in England to provide sufficient funds for the war effort.[29] On his return, however, he played little part in the conflict of 1341 between King Edward and Chancellor John Stratford. In May that year he was appointed to a committee to hear the king's charges against Stratford, but little came from this.[30] In 1342–43 he fought with Robert of Artois in the Breton War of Succession, and in 1343 helped negotiate the Truce of Malestroit.[5] It was probably sometime after this he made good his claim on the Isle of Man, by conquering the island which was until then held by the Scots.[5]

His final international commission took place late in 1343, when he accompanied Henry of Grosmont, Earl of Derby, on a diplomatic mission to Castile.[5] Early in 1344 he was back in England, where he took part in a great tournament at Windsor. It was during this tournament, according to the chronicler Adam Murimuth, that he received wounds that would prove fatal.[5] Salisbury died on 30 January 1344. He was buried at Bisham Priory in Berkshire, adjoining his home, Bisham Manor. He had founded the priory himself in 1337, on his elevation to the earldom.[31] King Edward's financial obligations were never paid in full during the earl's lifetime, and at Salisbury' death the king owed him ą11,720. Of this, some ą6374 were written off by his executors in 1346.

Family

In or before 1327 Salisbury married Catherine, daughter of William de Grandison, 1st Baron Grandison. Two anecdotal stories revolve around Catherine Montagu; in one she is identified as the "Countess of Salisbury" from whose dropped garter Edward III named the Order of the Garter.[5] In the other, Edward III falls in love with the countess, and arranges to be alone with her so he can rape her. Neither story is supported by contemporary evidence, and the latter almost certainly is a product of French propaganda.[32]

William and Catherine had six children, most of whom made highly fortunate matches with other members of the nobility.[18] The first Earl of Salisbury made enormous additions to the family fortune; at the time of his father's death, the lands had been valued at just over ą300. In 1344, only the annual income of the lands has been estimated to more than ą2,300,[18] equivalent to about ą1.82 million in present day terms.[33] Edward was also free with granting franchises to Salisbury, including the return of writs, which gave the earl authority in his lands normally held by the royally appointed sheriff.[34] Salisbury's oldest son William succeeded his father in July 1349, while still a minor, as William Montagu, 2nd Earl of Salisbury.[35] The younger William was one of the founding members of the Order of the Garter, but he never enjoyed the same favour with the king as his father had.[9]

The children of William and Catherine were as follows:[36]

Name Birth Death Notes
Elizabeth Montagu — 1359 Married Hugh le Despencer, 2nd Baron le Despencer before 27 April 1341
Married Guy de Brian, 4th Baron Brian, after 1349

William Montacute, 2nd Earl of Salisbury 1328 1397 Succeeded his father 11 June 1349[37]
John de Montacute, 1st Baron Montacute 1330 1390 Father of John Montacute, 3rd Earl of Salisbury
Philippa Montagu 1332 1381 Married Roger Mortimer, 2nd Earl of March
Sibyl Montagu — — Married Edmund FitzAlan, the disinherited son of Richard FitzAlan, 10th Earl of Arundel
Agnes Montagu — — Was contracted to marry John, eldest son of Roger Grey, 1st Baron Grey de Ruthyn
Alice Montagu — — Married Ralph Daubeney, son of Helias Daubeney, 1st Baron Daubeney

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45894 William MONTAGUE

Born: ABT 1485

Died: BEF 21 Mar 1549/50, Burnham Parish

Father: Robert MONTAGUE

Mother: Ĺ?

Married: Joan GROW 1513

Children:

1. Robert MONTAGUE of Boveney

2. William MONTAGUE of Bray

3. Catherine MONTAGUE

4. Alice MONTAGUE 
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45895 William MONTAGUE of Boveney

Born: 1536, Boveney, Berkshire, England

Died: 20 Mar 1594, Boveney, Berkshire, England

Father: Robert MONTAGUE of Boveney

Mother: Margaret COTTON

Married: Margaret MALTHOUSE (dau. of John Malthouse of Binfield and Margaret Bullock) 1557

Children:

1. Robert MONTAGUE (b. 24 Dec 1560 - d. 26 Dec 1574)

2. William MONTAGUE

3. Sarah MONTAGUE (b. 3 Jan 1563 - d. 22 Feb 1563)

4. Elizabeth MONTAGUE

5. George MONTAGUE

6. Anne MONTAGUE

7. Peter MONTAGUE 
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45896 William Moore
BIRTH 26 Apr 1849
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45897 William Morgan Magness
Born 24 Jun 1848 in Searcy, White Co., Arkansas
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William Morgan and his wife Charlotte Lee had 9 children, Carrie Bell, Walter Charles, Howard, Nellie, and 5 more. The 1850 U.S. Census, Marion, White County, Arkansas, shows him living with his parents, and siblings Nancy and John. The 1860 U.S. Census, shows him living with his parents, Nancy, John F., James, Perry, David, D. Owen, and Thomas in Sugar Loaf, Van Buren, Arkansas. The 1880 U.S. Census shows him age 32, married, and living in DeSoto Parish, LA with his wife Rebecca, children Carrie, W.P. and Julia, and with his brother, J.B. (Jerome), age 19.

Sources
www.carrfamilytree.com
1880 US Census, DeSoto Parish, LA

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Magness, William Morgan (I53581)
 
45898 William Morton, obituary, "Southern Standard", 5 Mar 1993,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S33013)
 
45899 William MOULTON
HUSBAND:
[F7490]. William MOULTON.
Born about 1617 at Ormsby, Norfolkshire, England. Ormsby lies “near Great Yarmouth and not far from Norwich, in County Norfolk.”

William came to New England with the family of Robert PAGE [F7614] in 1637, when he was 20 years old. William MOULTON and John MOULTON , both of Ormsby and later Newbury in Massachusetts, were both “examined” on the same day, on 11 APR 1637, before leaving England. John was born about 1599 in Ormsby, and was probably a brother to William; though with the age difference, he could have been his father. Thomas MOULTON was probably another brother. He also lived in Newbury, Massachusetts and Hampton, New Hampshire; but he finally settled in York, Maine.

Two ships apparently sailed together, and these brothers came on one or the other of them. One was the ship John and Dorethy of Ipswich, with William Andrews the master. The other ship was the Rose, commanded by the son of William Andrews.

They probably landed at Boston, and then they went to Newbury, Massachusetts. They remained there a little over a year.

They then joined a new settlement at Winnacunnett, now Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire in (1639-S?). There William MOULTON “took up his permanent abode” near Thomas MOULTON and John MOULTON.

He married Margaret PAGE [7491] about 1651, and they settled for a short time near her parents. William and Margaret moved to Hampton, New Hampshire in (1639-S?)(in 1651-S?).

His will was dated 8 MAR 1663. (Essex County, Mass., Probate Records, Vol. 2, ppg 9-11). In it he declares himself to be “sick and weak of body.” He died 18 APR 1664. He left a large estate, a double mansion in one of the best locations in the new township, with orchards, tillable land, meadows, and marshes, as well as considerable personal estate.

WIFE:
[F7491]. Margaret PAGE.
Born in 1629 at Ormsby, Norfolkshire, England; daughter of Robert PAGE [(F7614)] and Lucy (Lucia) WARD [(F7615)] . She married (1) William MOULTON [F7490] about 1651. She married (2) Lieutenant John SANBORN. She died 13 JUL 1699, probably at Hampton, New Hampshire.

CHILDREN of William MOULTON [F7490] and Margaret PAGE [F7491]:
Joseph MOULTON. He married 24 MAY 1677 to Bathyah SWAINE, daughter of William SWAINE.
Benjamin MOULTON. Born about 1648. He married Hannah WALL, dau. of James WALL. He died 28 MAR 1728.
Hannah MOULTON. Born 15 FEB 1652. She married Josiah SANBORN. She died 6 NOV 1687.
Mary MOULTON. Born in 1654. She died 27 JUL 1664. However, Savage says she also married Jonathan HAYNES, who married (2) her sister Sarah.
[F3745]. Sarah MOULTON . Born 17 DEC 1656. She married 30 DEC 1674 to Jonathan HAYNES [F3744] of Newbury, Massachusetts.
Ruth MOULTON. Born 7 MAY 1659. She married Richard SANBORN.
Robert MOULTON. Born 8 NOV 1661. He married 29 MAY 1689 to Lucy SMITH. He died 11 OCT 1732.
William MOULTON. Born 25 MAY 1664. He married (1) 27 MAY 1685 to Abigail WEBSTER, daughter of John WEBSTER, Jr. of Ipswich, Massachusetts. She died 24 JUL 1723. He married (2) Sarah. He owned land in Amesbury and Salisbury. He is called in various records, Weaver, Inn Holder, Trader, Merchant. He had a shop Near Moulton Hill in Newbury, and he made silver buckles and ornaments. His will was dated 12 OCT 1732, and was proved on 30 OCT 1732.


SOURCES:
[S1]. Some Descendants of John Moulton and William Moulton of Hampton, N. H., 1592-1892. Compiled by Augustus F. Moulton. Reprinted by Higginson Book Co., Derby Square, Salem, Mass. 01970.
 
Moulton, William (I32385)
 
45900 William Neill Little registered December 5th, 2018, abstracted by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Wednesday, December 5th, 2018 Source (S13401)
 

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