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45901 William Mitchell, telephone interview, August 28, 2015, 716.691.6508, liammitchell@verizon.com Source (S7550)
 
45902 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 ¹1000, 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 ¹11,720. Of this, some ¹6374 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 ¹300. In 1344, only the annual income of the lands has been estimated to more than ¹2,300,[18] equivalent to about ¹1.82 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

Montagu, Sir William Knight, 1st Earl of Salisbury (I43561)
 
45903 William MONTAGUE

Born: ABT 1485

Died: BEF 21 Mar 1549/50, Burnham Parish

Father: Robert MONTAGUE

Mother: Å?

Married: Joan GROW 1513

Children:

1. Robert MONTAGUE of Boveney

2. William MONTAGUE of Bray

3. Catherine MONTAGUE

4. Alice MONTAGUE 
Montague, William (I50946)
 
45904 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 
Montague, William (I50938)
 
45905 William Moore
BIRTH 26 Apr 1849
DEATH 18 Apr 1931 (aged 81)
BURIAL
Jericho Cemetery
Quebeck, White County, Tennessee, USA
MEMORIAL ID 28302578 · View Source

MEMORIAL
PHOTOS 1
FLOWERS 0
Family Members
Parents
Samuel Ottison Moore
1805–1870

Melissa Fisher Moore
1808–1876

Spouse
Photo
Bettie Baker Moore
1854–1930

Siblings
Tabitha Moore Swindell
1827–1904

Photo
Nancy Moore Gleeson
1830–1885

Nancy Moore Gleason
1830–1885

Photo
George W Moore
1840–1923

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Moore, William (I5510)
 
45906 William Morgan Magness
Born 24 Jun 1848 in Searcy, White Co., Arkansas
ANCESTORS ancestors
Son of John Anderson Magness and Louisa E. (Sutherland) Magness
Brother of Nancy Magness, John Franklin Magness, James Magness, Perry Green Magness, David Washington Magness, Thomas Benton Magness, Jerome Bonaparte Magness and Mary Keziah (Magness) Lee
Husband of Charlotte Rebecca (Lee) Magness — married 21 Feb 1877 in DeSoto Parish, LAmap
Father of Carrie Bell Magness, W. P. Magness and Julia Magness
Died 14 Oct 1925 in Bedias, Grimes Co., Texas
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Biography
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)
 
45907 William Morton, obituary, "Southern Standard", 5 Mar 1993,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S33013)
 
45908 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)
 
45909 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)
 
45910 William North, Enumerated in the 1820 Warren Co. Census, entered Thursday, August 20th, 2009, abstracted by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Tuesday, January 8th, 2019
 
Source (S13538)
 
45911 William North, United States Census, 1830, https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XHP4-B37, abstracted by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 Source (S13539)
 
45912 William North, United States Census,1830, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XHP4-B37, abstracted by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 Source (S13537)
 
45913 William O. Chisam, son of Overton DeWeese and Celia (Hash) Chisam, husband to Mary Jane Clark.

It has been handed down that William lived to be 101 and died in 1951, and perhaps the last two numbers of his death date are reversed on the stone, however, I haven't found documents on William past 1910.

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Chisam, William Overton "Billy" (I34181)
 
45914 William Odell
Born 1601 in Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, England
ANCESTORS ancestors
Son of Richard Odell and Martha Nicholls
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of Rebecca (Brown) Odell — married 1633 in England
DESCENDANTS descendants
Father of William Odell Jr., James Odell, Rebecca (Odell) Morehouse and John Odell
Died 6 Jun 1676 in Fairfield, Fairfield, Connecticut Colony

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The Puritan Great Migration.
William Odell migrated to New England during the Puritan Great Migration (1620-1640).
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2 Biography
2.1 Birth
2.2 Immigration and Removals
2.3 Children
3 Death
4 History of Odell name
5 Sources
6 Acknowledgments
Needs Research
There is a difference of opinion regarding his birth. Jacobus (Families of Old Fairfield Corrections (TAG 20 pt. 2 pp 24,25) link American Ancestors suggested a close relationship to Mary Odell m. at Salford, Bedford 1630 Benjamin Turney. William was in Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire (close to Salford and Cranfield, Bedford) in 1637. The Great Migration Directory suggests: CoVR 2; TAG 14:224-28, 15:55-57, 21:69-83, 26:8-9m FOOF 1:445; NYGBR 44:118; NEHGR 45:7-12, 60:91

Hopefully one of these is a good source for his birth and parents.

Biography
Birth
William is said to have been born in Warleyend, Cranfield, Bedfordshire, England on 24 February 1602[1]
or

24 Feb 1602 Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, England
or

about 1601 in Newport Pagnall, Buckinghamshire,
Son of William ? Son of Richard ?
Immigration and Removals
William emigrated to New England, being "of Concord," Massachusetts Bay Colony, by 1639. Two children were born there. William and family removed to Fairfield, New Haven Colony, by 1644, possibly traveling via Southampton, Long Island in 1642. [2]

Children
William and Rebecca Brown Odell had: [3]

John, b. England??, d. Stratfield 1707
William b. probably abt 1634 (in England), possibly abt 1644 in the New World; founder of the Westchester County Odells
James b. Concord 2 Jan 1639/40; buried there 4 Apr 1641[4]
Rebecca b. Concord 17 July 1642;[5], m. Samuel Morehouse
From: [1]

William Odell was born in 1601 in Newport Pagnall, Buckinghamshire, England. William Odell was the founder of the family in America. He emigrated to New England as early as 1639 in the company with Rev Peter Bulkeley, who was rector of the parish of Odell in Bedsfordshire, England, in 1620 and allied to the Odell family through marriage with Grace, daughter of Sir Richard Chetwood, the last in the line for the Barony of Wahull. They sailed in one of the ships of Winthrop's fleet to Massassachusets. William was an early Massachusetts Bay Company Puritan. The following is a quote from The Misty Blue Hills: "The O'Dells of the United States trace back to a common ancestor, William O'Dell of Concord, Massachusetts Bay Colony, their Puritan forefather who settled there in 1639. He came from the family seat in Bedfordshire, England, with a group of Puritan friends under the leadership of Reverand Peter Buckeley and Reverand John Jones." Theirs was the first inland settlement in Massachusetts. They purchased their land from the Indians, dealing with the ruler, Squaw Sachem." William Odell had moved to Salem and Concord, MA, briefly to Long Islalnd, NY; then to Fairfield County, CT, in 1644. His name is included on a list of "settlers from Concord in 1644", in the Founders and Settlers of Fairfield (in it's entirety) 1637 - 1648 Participating in Pequannock History, by William Willard Roberts, 1934. A huge amount of research is published and available on William. Either his wife or his daughter participated in the 1654 witch trial of Goody Knapp, a transcript of which is available online. See: geocities.com In 1660, William O'Dell, with his two sons, William II and John, and his son-in-law, Samuel Morehouse, removed to Fairfield, Fairfield Co, Connecticut. Willliam Odell's name is included in the list of first settlers of Fairfield, CT, with the date 1660. in the Fairfield, Ct, tercentenary, 1639-1939. Wiiliam II's wife's father, Richard Vowels' name is on that same list. William Odell's lot is included in a drawing of the home lots on Pequonnock Flat in the original settlement of Fairfield, CT, in The History of Fairfield: Fairfield County, CT. William Odell, as well as his son, William, were among the first 12 proprietors of Hastings, which became Rye, NY. At the time it was governed by CT. William continued to live at Fairfield, CT, however. William II removed to Rye, NY, and spent his life there. William Odell married first Agnes Franklin (daughter of William Franklin) at Bromham, Bedfordshire, England , on 4 May 1629.[6] Agnes died in 1632 in England. William Odell married second Rebecca Brown on May 4, 1633, at Braham, Bedfordshire, England.There is no such place in Bedfordshire. The nearest is Bromham where William's first marriage took place. But there's no such marriage to Rebecca in Bromham, or anywhere else in Bedfordshire They had the following children: 1. William, b. 14 Nov 1634, at Newport, Pagnall, Buckinghamshire, England. (Our ancestor) 2. James, b. 02 Jan 1638 at Newport, Pagnall, Buckinghamshire, England; d. 1641 at Concord, Middlesex, MA. 3.Rebecca, b.12 Jul 1642 at Concord, Middlesex, MA; d. 1690 at Fairfield, CT. 4. John, b. 1643 at Fairfield, CT; married Mary Walker in 1666; d. 1707 at Stratford, CT. William ODell died at Fairfield, Conn., in 1676. . (Will on Record) His will proved 6 June of that year, names his sons William and John Odell and daughter Rebecca Moorehouse. His son James had predeceased him in 1641. William Odell had been suspected to have come from Cranfield, co. Beds., where the Parish Registers show a flourishing family of the name, but the following documents refute this and clearly prove the place of his origin and his paternity. Bedfordshire is an adjoining county to Bucks. Cranfield lies about five miles East by South from Newport-Pagnell. While Odell, no doubt the cradle of the race, is about ten miles to the North of both in Bedfordshire. The Parish Register of Newport Pagnell exists from 1558. Edward Hartley, the aggressor in the fray, seems to have left no record of his presence in New England. Will of RICHARD ODELL of Newport Pagnell, (Bucks.) miller, dated 21 November, 1636. To William Odell my eldest son, my freehold land in Cranfield, co. Beds. Mary Odell my daughter ¹20 at marriage or 21. Elizabeth Odell, daughter of John Odell my brother, 10 shillings. Residue to Martha my wife, whom Extrx. and John Odell and Robert Markes of Newport Pagnell, blacksmith, Overseers. Witnesses: "" Richard Hull, Thomas King, Robert Bitchnoe. Proved 10 January, 1636-7, by the Extrx. named. (Arch: Bucks:, Bk. 36, fo. 80.) Archdeacon's Visitation holden in the Church of Newport (Pagnell) Co. Bucks., 17 April, 1637: NEWPORT : EDWARD HARTLEY (cited) for quarrelling by words with WILLIAM ODELL in the churchyard and stabbinge the seyd William through the arme. (Here follows a list of petty fines imposed for non-appearance in answer to various citations before the Archdeacons' Court.) He was questioned for this at the Assizes and punished. In the margin appear the words : 17 October, 1639. Absunt Nova Anglia. Beneath are the words WILLIAM ODELL ut supra. (Visitation Books, 1635-8, no folio.) We note in the above that the Latin verb is in the//#ra/, thus clearly indicating that they are absent or abroad in New England, which is fully confirmed by the line below relating to William Odell and showing that both of the parties to the combat were then in New England. Sources: From "A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Colonial Gentry ... By Bernard Burke on page 821

Death
William died in Fairfield on 6 June 1676.[7]

Additional information can be found at the Odell Clan website [2] and Our Britton Ancestors Blog [3]

History of Odell name
Last name at birth for William should be Odell, not O'Dell. William and his descendants were all born with the last name of Odell until at least 1860. It wasn't until Irish immigrants started arriving that the name started to be misspelled as O'Dell. Census takers and others started the misspelling thinking that any name that started with an O & D, must be Irish and should have an apostrophe. But Odell is not Irish, it is English and should not be spelled that way. Eventually, some Odells who had their names misspelled, started using the apostrophe version. And their descendants all used O'Dell. To verify this, I did a last name search for the Census of 1860. There are about 5,000 Odells in that census. I could not find any of them who spelled the name with an apostrophe. Then I checked the 1910 Census, and there were about 800 people who now used O'Dell, the rest still used Odell. Probably more started using O'Dell after 1910. Added by Thomas Odell 1/6/2019

Sources
? Early Bergen County Families, compiled by Pat Wardell, [the.wardells@gte.net], citing Odle, Paul LeRoy, "No time for tears : a history of William Odell, February 24, 1602-June 12, 1676, and his descendants";, 1999, p. 5-6. online At Brigham Young University,
? Families of Old Fairfield: Vol. 1,Page 445
? Families of Old Fairfield: Vol. 1,Page 445
? "Concord, Massachusetts:Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1635-1850, p. 2: "James the sonne of william Odle"
? "Concord, Massachusetts: Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1635-1850, p. 2
? "The Parish Rezgister of Bromham 1570-1812. Transcript by Bedfordshire County Record Office 1937. https://archive.org/details/bedfordshirepari16bedf/page/n31
? Families of Old Fairfield: Vol. 1,Page 445
"Family Tree," database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org : modified 14 December 2018, 17:27), entry for William Odell Sr(PID https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/4:1:M9WJ-5LN); contributed by various users.
Jacobus, Donald Lines, MA (compiler, editor), History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield (Fairfield, Conn.: The Eunice Dennie Burr Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1930)
Early Bergen County Families, compiled by Pat Wardell, [the.wardells@gte.net], citing Odle, Paul LeRoy, "No time for tears : a history of William Odell, February 24, 1602-June 12, 1676, and his descendants";, 1999, p. 5-6. online At Brigham Young University,
http://gedcom.surnames.com/burgess_jim/gp6753.htm
U.S. Federal Census 1860
U.S. Federal Census 1910
Acknowledgments
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Thank you to Robert Stafford for creating WikiTree profile Odell-494 through the import of Full.ged on Mar 3, 2013.
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O'Dell, William (I27811)
 
45915 William of Salisbury, 2nd Earl of Salisbury (died 1196) was an Anglo-Norman peer. Though he is generally known as such, his proper title was Earl of Wiltshire, which title was conferred on his father by the Empress Maud around 1143. He was also called William FitzPatrick. (No relation to the Irish medieval dynasts who bore the surname "Fitzpatrick", which itself is a later anglicization of the Irish "Mac Giolla Phâadraig".)

He was the son and heir of Patrick of Salisbury, Earl of Wiltshire, styled Earl of Salisbury, and of Ela Talvas.[1]

Family

He married Elâeonore, daughter of Robert III de Vitrâe of Tilliers. He died without male issue in 1196. Their only daughter and heiress, was Ela of Salisbury, 3rd Countess of Salisbury who married William Longespâee, 3rd Earl of Salisbury, who was half-brother to the king.

Service to Richard

William bore the golden sceptre at the coronation of King Richard I, but the next year when the king became a prisoner in Almaine, he was one of those who adhered to the then Count of Mortain, who later became King John of England. In 1194 he served as High Sheriff of Somerset and Dorset. In 1195, William was back with King Richard in the expedition into Normandy and upon his return to England was one of Richard's great council assembled at Nottingham. The Earl of Salisbury was one of the four earls who supported the canopy of state at the second coronation of Richard that same year [2] 
Salisbury, Sir William of Knight, 2nd Earl of Salisbury (I43133)
 
45916 William P. Hammond was born in Lincoln County, Tennessee in 1827 to Thomas Hammond and Mary Vaughn. He first married Elizabeth Ann Heflin in Lawrence County, Alabama on March 28th, 1850.

He served in Company K of the 4th Alabama Cavalry, CSA when the war came.

He survived and returned home. By 1879, he was in Conway County, Arkansas, where he married a second time to Susan A. Wordley on April 13th. He had at least six children from these two marriages.
 
Hammond, William P. (I14212)
 
45917 William P. Womack
Born about 1797 in North Carolina

ANCESTORS ancestors

Son of Anderson Womack and Frances 'Fannie' (Dobbins) Womack
Brother of Sarah (Womack) Davis, Thomas Womack, Nancy (Womack) Davis, Sidney Womack, Mary Polly Womack, Willis Womack, Abraham Womack, Gasaway Womack, Drury Dobbins Womack, Lucinda (Womack) Davis, Andrew Womack, Eliza (Womack) Philbeck [half] and Irene (Womack) Lequire
Husband of Celia Jane (Knowles) Womack — married 1826 in White County, Tennessee

DESCENDANTS descendants

Father of James Knowles Womack, Nancy Harris (Womack) Davis, William A. Womack and Elizabeth Ann (Womack) Davis
Died after 1860 in Tennesseemap
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Biography

Family

Parents

Anderson Womack 1765–1848

Frances "Franny" Dobbins 1760–1863

Spouse & Children

Celia Jane Knowles 1811–1860

James Knowles Womack 1828–1912

Nancy Harris Womack 1829–1917

William A. Womack 1832–1916

Sarah F Womack 1836–1928

Elizabeth "Eliza" Ann Womack 1837–1918

Manerva E Womack 1841–1860

John W Womack 1843–

Thomas Jefferson Womack 1843–1936

Celia Jane Womack 1845–1919

Mary Irene C. Womack 1851–1920

Melvina D Womack 1854–1881

Senea P Womack 1856–

Sources

Citation Information Detail 1830; Census Place: White, Tennessee; Series: M19; Roll: 182; Page: 55; Family History Library Film: 0024540

Citation Information Detail Year: 1840; Census Place: Warren, Tennessee; Roll: 537; Page: 348; Family History Library Film: 0024550

Citation Information Detail Year: 1850; Census Place: District 5, White, Tennessee; Roll: M432_900; Page: 50A; Image: 103

Citation Information Detail Year: 1860; Census Place: District 4, White, Tennessee; Roll: M653_1279; Page: 33; Family History Library Film: 805279

Citation Information Detail Year: 1870; Census Place: District 5, White, Tennessee; Roll: M593_1570; Page: 341A; Image: 25564; Family History Library Film: 553069

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Womack, William P. (I15477)
 
45918 WILLIAM PARKER WOMACK, (1879-1949)

William Parker Womack, 70, died at his home on Morrison Route 3, Thursday morning at 9:55 o'clock. Funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Smartt Memorial Presbyterian Church with John W. High officiating. Burial was in Womack cemetery. Mr. Womack, Warren county native, was born August 22, 1879. He was a son of Grundy Womack and Elizabeth Cope Womack and was married to Miss Mary Lou Womack, who survives. In addition to his wife, Mr. Womack is survived by two daughters, Mr. T. L. McCormack, of McMinnville, and Mrs. William Perry, Bone Cave, and one son, O. P. Womack, McMinnville. High's were in charge of the arrangements.

Southern Standard, McMinnville,TN. Dec. 16, 1949.

[Contributor: Maxine Reggio, 2001] 
Womack, William Parker "Parker" (I10601)
 
45919 William Paston (1378 - 13 August 1444), the only son of Clement Paston and Beatrice Somerton, had a distinguished career as a lawyer and Justice of the Common Pleas. He acquired considerable property, and is considered "the real founder of the Paston family fortunes".[1][2]

Family

William Paston was the only son of Clement Paston (d.1419) and Beatrice Somerton (d.1409). Two decades after William Paston's death it was alleged that the Paston family had descended from serfs.[2] However during the reign of Edward IV the Pastons were granted a declaration that they were "gentlemen discended lineally of worship blood sithen the conquest hither".[2]

Career

By 1406 William Paston was an attorney in the Court of Common Pleas, and in the ensuing years occupied various legal posts in East Anglia, acting in 1411 as counsel to the city of Norwich and the cathedral priory, and as chief steward to Bishop Richard Courtenay (d.1415), chief steward of Bromholm Priory, and chief steward of Bishop's Lynn. In 1418 he was appointed a Justice of the Peace for Norfolk, and in 1420 was acting as counsel for the Duchy of Lancaster and for the Earl Marshal, John de Mowbray, 2nd Duke of Norfolk. He was executor and feoffee for several gentlemen in East Anglia, and was appointed to numerous Norfolk commissions.[2][3]

He became serjeant-at-law about 1418, and on 15 October 1429 was appointed a Justice of the Common Pleas, a position in which he served until shortly before his death.[2][4]

During his lifetime Paston "put together an imposing estate from the proceeds of office, carrying his family into the front rank of Norfolk landed families".[2] He purchased the manor of Snailwell in Cambridgeshire, but otherwise confined his property acquisitions to Norfolk. Before 1426 he had purchased the manor of Cromer, and in 1427 he purchased the manor of Gresham from Thomas Chaucer.[2][4] In 1418, he and his wife, Agnes, provided funds for the rebuilding of the parish church at Therfield, where they were formerly commemorated by an inscription in the east window of the north aisle.[5]

Paston died at London on 13 August 1444, and was buried at Norwich, in the Lady Chapel of Norwich Cathedral.[2][4] His widow, who was about twenty years of age at the time of her marriage, survived him by thirty-five years, but never remarried. She died on 18 August 1479, and was buried at the Whitefriars, Norwich, with her parents, grandparents, and youngest son, Clement, who had predeceased her.[2][6]

Marriage and issue

In 1420, at the age of forty-two, Paston married Agnes Barry or Berry (d. 18 August 1479), the daughter and coheir of Sir Edmund Barry (d.1433) of Horwellbury, near Therfield and Royston, Hertfordshire,[7] by whom he had four sons and one daughter:[8][2][9][5]

John Paston (10 October 1421 – 21 or 22 May 1466), who married Margaret Mautby (d.1484), daughter of John Mautby of Mautby,[10] and has issue including two sons both called John, one born in 1442 and one born in 1444.
Edmund Paston (1425 – c. 21 March 1449), who died without issue.[11]
William Paston (1436 – September 1496), who married, before 1470, Anne Beaufort, third daughter of Edmund Beaufort, 2nd Duke of Somerset, by whom he had at least four daughters, one of whom died in childhood. He is credited with having compiled, about 1450, part of the manuscript known as The Paston Book of Arms (NRO, MS Rye 38).[12][13]
Clement Paston (1442 – c. August 1479), who died without issue.[14]
Elizabeth Paston (1 July 1429 – 1 February 1488), who married firstly Sir Robert Poynings, slain at the Second Battle of St Albans on 17 February 1461, by whom she had an only son, Sir Edward Poynings, and secondly Sir George Browne of Betchworth Castle (beheaded on Tower Hill 4 December 1483), by whom she had two sons, Sir Matthew and George, and a daughter, Mary.[2][9][15][16]

Letters

Many letters written by William Paston's family and their circle have survived, making the Paston Letters an exceptionally valuable collection of historical documents; the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography has called them "the richest source there is for every aspect of the lives of gentlemen and gentlewomen of the English middle ages".[1]

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Paston, Sir William (I47967)
 
45920 William Paston (1436 – September 1496), who married, before 1470, Anne Beaufort, third daughter of Edmund Beaufort, 2nd Duke of Somerset, by whom he had at least four daughters, one of whom died in childhood.

He is credited with having compiled, about 1450, part of the manuscript known as The Paston Book of Arms (NRO, MS Rye 38)

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Paston, Sir William (I47965)
 
45921 William Patrick Hennessee
BIRTH 17 Dec 1889
White County, Tennessee, USA
DEATH 7 Jun 1973 (aged 83)
Crossville, Cumberland County, Tennessee, USA
BURIAL
Crossville City Cemetery
Crossville, Cumberland County, Tennessee, USA
MEMORIAL ID 175177806 · View Source

William Patrick Hennessee
BIRTH 17 DEC 1889 in White County, Tennessee
DEATH 7 JUNE 1973 in Crossville, Cumberland Co., Tennessee burial Crossville City Cemetery

father
Patrick Scott Hennessee 1827–1900
BIRTH 27 NOV 1826 in Warren County, Tennessee
DEATH 18 OCT 1900 in Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee
Burial: Crossville City Cemetery, Crossville,Cumberland County, Tennessee Findagrave Memorial # 175177344
in some trees he was listed as Patrick Samuel Hennessee nickname Paddy


mother
Sympathy E. Oakes Hennessee
BIRTH 1 FEB 1861 in White Co., Tennessee
DEATH 2 DEC 1944 in Cumberland Co., Tennessee
burial Crossville City Cemetery , Crossville,Cumberland County, Tennessee Findagrave Memorial # 175172121
most trees have Samantha but daughter Mary Belle Kearley's records--gave parents name

Siblings
1 James Savage Hennessee Sr 1893–1977
2 Mary Belle Hennessee Kearley 1895–1973

1900 census
Name William P Hennessee
Age 10
Birth Date Dec 1889
Birthplace Tennessee
Home in 1900 Civil District 5, Putnam, Tennessee
Race White
Gender Male
Relation to Head of House Son
Marital Status Single
Father's Name Patrie S Hennessee
Father's Birthplace Tennessee
Mother's Name Sasmanthy Hennessee
Mother's Birthplace Tennessee
Household Members
Name Age
Patrie S Hennessee 72
Sasmanthy Hennessee 38
William P Hennessee 10
James Hennessee 6
Mary B Hennessee 5



Family Members
Parents
Patrick Scott Hennessee
1826–1900

Sympathy E. Oakes Hennessee
1861–1944

Siblings
Photo
James Savage Hennessee*
1893–1977

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Mary Belle Hennessee Kearley*
1895–1973

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Hennessee, William Patrick (I3247)
 
45922 William Patten (c. 1510 – after 1598) was an author, scholar and government official during the reigns of King Edward VI and Queen Elizabeth I.

Early career

William Patten (b. circa 1510 – d. in or after 1598)[1] was born in London, the son of Richard Patten (d. 1536), clothworker, and Grace, the daughter of John Baskerville. His grandfather, Richard Patten of Boslow, Derbyshire, was a brother of William Waynflete (alias Patten), Bishop of Winchester.[2] William Patten's mother, Grace, is said to have predeceased her husband.[3] His sister, Alice (d.1557/8), was the wife of Armagil Waad, whom Patten referred to as a 'friend' in his Expedition into Scotland (see below).[4] Patten is said to have attended Gonville Hall,[5] Cambridge, and from 1528 was a minor chaplain and from 1533 a parish clerk of St Mary-at-Hill, Billingsgate, London.[6]

In 1544 Patten was in France in service as a secretary of the Earl of Arundel.[7] In 1547 he accompanied Somerset's army to Scotland in the capacity of a Judge of the Marshalcy by the appointment of the Earl of Warwick:

[I]t pleased my very good Lord, the Earl of Warwick, Lieutenant of the Host (who thereby had power to make Officers), to make me one of the Judges of the Marshalsy [i.e., in connection with the High Marshal of the Army, Lord Grey], as Master William Cecil now Master of the Requests [and afterwards Lord Burghley] was the other. Whereby, we both (not being bound so straightly, in days of travel, to the order of march; nor otherwhile, but when we sat in Court, to any great affairs) had liberty to ride to see the things that were done, and leisure to note occurrences that came. The which thing, as it chanced, we both did: but so far from appointment between us, as neither was witing of the other’s doing till somewhat before our departure homeward. Marry, since my coming home, indeed, his gentleness being such as to communicate his notes to me, I have, I confess, been thereby, both much a certained [confirmed] in many things I doubted, and somewhat remembered [put in mind] of that which else I might hap to have forgotten.[8]

Patten published his account 'Out of the Parsonage of Saint Mary's Hill, in London, this 28 January 1548' under the title The expedicion into Scotla[n]de of the most woorthely fortunate prince Edward, duke of Soomerset.[9] Patten's narrative of the expedition was largely quoted by Holinshed and was followed by Sir John Hayward in The Life and Raigne of King Edward VI (1630).[10]

In July 1548 Patten was appointed Collector of Customs in London,[11] and in the following year Thomas Penny, prebendary of St. Paul's Cathedral, granted Patten a lease of the manor of Stoke Newington. On 16 April 1565 the lease was renewed for 99 years, to commence from Michaelmas 1576. In 1563 Patten repaired the manor house as well as the Church of St Mary, Stoke Newington, adding a vestry, aisle, private chapel and schoolhouse.[12] Patten was a Justice of the Peace for Middlesex, and in 1558 was appointed Receiver-General of revenues in Yorkshire.[13]

Financial downfall

On 23 June 1562 Patten was appointed for life as a teller of the Exchequer. In Michaelmas term 1567/8, however, his fortunes received a devastating setback. The Auditor of the Receipt of the Exchequer discovered that ¹7928 was missing from Patten's account. Patten was suspended from his office on 13 January 1568. The Barons of the Exchequer later declared his position forfeit, and he was replaced on 13 July. Over the next few years Patten lost all his other public offices, as well as the lease of Stoke Newington, which he assigned to John Dudley in 1571.[14] On 16 November 1572 Patten presented his 'Supplicatio Patteni' to the Queen,[15] declaring in it that he had had to sell all his lands and belongings to the value of ¹500 per annum. Patten blamed one of his servants for the sums missing from the Exchequer, and requested an investigation. However there is no evidence that an investigation was ever carried out.[16]

Literary and scholarly pursuits

Deprived of his income and offices, Patten turned to scholarship. In April 1570 he produced a vocabulary and alphabet to accompany an Armenian psalter owned by Archbishop Matthew Parker, the first work in that language in England.[17] His next publication was along similar lines, The calendar of scripture. Whearin the Hebru, Challdian, Arabian, Phenician, Syrian, Persian, Greek and Latin names … in the holly Byble … ar set, and turned into oour English toong (1575).[18] In 1583 Patten produced a metrical translation of Psalm 72, Deus Judicium,[19] and in 1598 a similar translation of Psalm 21, Domine in Virtute. Both were printed as broadsides.[20] Patten also eulogised two former patrons, Henry, Earl of Arundel, whom he had served in France, in a broadside entitled A Moorning Diti (1580),[21] and Sir William Winter, in In mortem W. Wynter (1589).[22] In another eulogy, Luctus consolatorius: super morte nuper D. Cancellarij Angliae (1591), he described himself as a client of Sir Christopher Hatton.[23] Authorship of the Langham letter, a lively description of the Earl of Leicester's entertainment of Queen Elizabeth at Kenilworth Castle in July 1575, has also been attributed to Patten.[24] It is known that Patten contributed verses to the Kenilworth entertainment.[25]

Patten was an early member of the Society of Antiquaries, for which he wrote Of sterling money. John Stow described him as 'a learned Gentleman and grave cittizen', and records that Patten 'exhibited a Booke to the Mayor and communalitie' of London protesting against the increase of purprestures (illegal enclosures of land). The translator Thomas Newton praised Patten in verse as a celebrated historian.[26]

Patten's date of death is unknown. The herald and antiquary Francis Thynne mentioned that Patten was 'now living' in 1587. His last known work was published in 1598.[27] An engraving of Patten by J. Mills is found in Robinson's Stoke Newington.[28]

Patten's The Expedition into Scotland is reprinted in Dalyell's Fragments of Scottish History and in Arber's An English Garner.

Marriages and issue

Patten's first wife, whose identity is unknown, died at Billingsgate in 1549. He subsequently married Anne, the daughter of an heiress of Richard Johnson of Boston, Lincolnshire. In The Calendar of Scripture, he describes himself as 'unfortunate Patten … the sorrowing father of seven children'.[29] All Patten's children were by his second marriage.[30]

Footnotes
O'Kill 1977, p. 31.
Sherlock 2004.
Shaw 1895, p. 50.
Hicks 2008; Pollard 1903, p. 63.
O'Kill 1977, p. 31.
Sherlock 2004; O'Kill 1977, p. 31.
Scott 1977, p. 302; O'Kill 1977, p. 31; Sherlock 2004.
Pollard 1903, p. 155.
Pollard 1903, p. 155.
Shaw 1895, p. 50.
Shaw 1895, p. 50; Sherlock 2004.
Shaw 1895, p. 50; Ellis 1791, p. 199; Robinson 1842, p. 239; Sherlock 2004.
Shaw 1895, p. 50; Sherlock 2004.
O'Kill 1977, p. 31; Sherlock 2004; Robinson 1842, p. 28: Ellis 1791, p. 109.
O'Kill 1977, p. 28.
Sherlock 2004.
O'Kill 1977, p. 28; Sherlock 2004.
O'Kill 1977, p. 30; Sherlock 2004.
O'Kill 1977, pp. 32–33; Sherlock 2004.
O'Kill 1977, pp. 34–35; Sherlock 2004.
O'Kill 1977, p. 32; Sherlock 2004.
O'Kill 1977, p. 33; Sherlock 2004.
O'Kill 1977, p. 34; Sherlock 2004.
Scott 1977, pp. 297–306; O'Kill 1977, pp. 36–40; Sherlock 2004.
O'Kill 1977, p. 36;
Sherlock 2004.
Sherlock 2004.
Sherlock 2004.
O'Kill 1977, p. 31; Sherlock 2004.
Sherlock 2004.

See also

Battle of Pinkie Cleugh

References

Allen, D.E. (2004). Penny, Thomas (c.1530–1589), botanist and entomologist. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Retrieved 10 March 2011.
Arber, Edward. An English Garner. III. pp. 51–155.
Braden, Gordon (2008). Newton, Thomas (1544/5–1607), translator and Church of England clergyman. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Retrieved 11 March 2011.
Dalyell, John Graham (1798). Fragments of Scottish History.
Davis, Virginia (2004). Waynflete (Wainfleet, Patten), William (c.1400–1486), bishop of Winchester and founder of Magdalen College, Oxford. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Retrieved 11 March 2011.
Ellis, William (1791). The Campagna of London. London. p. 199.
Kuin, R.J.P. (1983). Robert Langham: A Letter. Leiden: E.J. Brill.
Hicks, Michael (2008). Waad (Wade), Armagil (c.1510–1568), government official. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Retrieved 11 March 2011.
O'Kill, Brian (1977). "The Printed Works of William Patten (c.1510–c.1600)". Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society. Cambridge: Cambridge University Library. VII, Part I: 28–45.
Patten, William (1972) [1548]. The expedicion into Scotla[n]de of the most woorthely fortunate Prince Edward, Duke of Soomerset (reprint ed.). Amsterdam, New York: Da Capo Press.
Pollard, A.F., introduction by (1903). Tudor Tracts 1532–1588. Westminster: Archibald Constable and Co. Ltd. pp. 53–157. Retrieved 11 March 2011.
Robinson, William (1820). The History and Antiquities of the parish of Stoke Newington in the County of Middlesex. John Bowyer Nichols. Retrieved 10 March 2011.
Scott, David (1977). "William Patten and the Authorship of "Robert Laneham's Letter" (1575)". English Literary Renaissance. Wiley-Blackwell. 7: 297–306. doi:10.1111/j.1475-6757.1977.tb01372.x.
Sherlock, Peter (2004). Patten, William (d. in or after 1598), author. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Retrieved 11 March 2011.
Attribution
This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Shaw, William Arthur (1895). "Patten, William (fl.1548-1580)". In Lee, Sidney. Dictionary of National Biography. 44. London: Smith, Elder & Co. p. 50.
External links
Arber's text of The Expedition in Scotland, 1547, London (1548), reprinted in Tudor Tracts, (1903), pp.53–157
The History and Antiquities of the Parish of Stoke Newington

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Patton, William (I51400)
 
45923 William Patton (1691- ?), Cemetery Profile, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/61080327/william-patton, 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, February 11th, 2020 Source (S15141)
 
45924 William Payton Merriman
BIRTH 1 Oct 1877
Jefferson, Ashe County, North Carolina, USA
DEATH 18 Mar 1926 (aged 48)
Granville County, North Carolina, USA
BURIAL Unknown
MEMORIAL ID 96645637 · View Source

Son of Wade C Merriman
Buried somewhere in Granville County,NC
William is in an unmarked grave.
His death certificate lists burial as Fairport.
Burial Date:March 20,1926

Family Members
Parents

Eliza Columbia Kelley Merriman
1849–1917

Spouse
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Eunice Mae Pruitt Merriman
1883–1953

Siblings
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Nettie Merriman Hayes
1888–1973

Children
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William Wade Merriman
1914–1974

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Ruby Merriman Fieni
1919–1989

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Robert Harrison Merriman
1922–1988

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Merriman, William Peyton (I36119)
 
45925 William Pennington was born in 1523 in Henhem, County Essex, England and died 11 Nov 1592 in London, County Middlesex, England. He married Alice Woodcock in 1554 in St. Peters Parish, West Cheap, London, Middlesex, England Alice Woodcock was born 1525 Henhem, Essex, England. It is possible that there were additional children, if so, they have not been documented?
Children

1. Robert Pennington b: 1550 in West Cheap, London, County Middlesex, England

Family Members
Parents
John Pennington X
1489–1557

Children
Robert Pennington
1550–1628

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Pennington, William (I53911)
 
45926 William Pennington, Esquire was born in Hawkshead, Lancaster, England in 1594 and died 1652 in Muncaster, Cumbria, Co. England. He was married to a woman with the Christian name of Mary but her maiden name is unknown. There are probably additional children, if so, their names are unknown?
Children

1. Ephraim Pennington I, “The Progenitor” born 1620 in Muncaster, England

Family Members
Parents
John Pennington XI, Esquire
1573–1634

Children
Ephraim Pennington
1620–1661

Henry Pennington
1632–1685

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Pennington, William (I53882)
 
45927 William Peverell (c. 1040 – c. 1115, Latinised to Gulielmus Piperellus), was a Norman knight granted lands in England following the Norman Conquest.

Origins

Little is known of the origin of the William Peverell the Elder. Of his immediate family, only the name of a brother, Robert, is known.[1] J. R. Planchâe derives the surname from the Latin puerulus, the diminutive form of puer (a boy), thus "a small boy", or from the Latin noun piper, meaning "pepper".[2]

Lands held in England

William Peverel was a favourite of William the Conqueror. He was greatly honoured after the Norman Conquest, and received as his reward over a hundred manors in central England from the king. In 1086, the Domesday Book records William as holding the substantial number of 162 manors, forming collectively the Honour of Peverel, in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, including Nottingham Castle.[3] He also built Peveril Castle, Castleton, Derbyshire. William Peverel is amongst the people explicitly recorded in the Domesday Book as having built castles.[4]

Marriage & progeny

William married Adeline, who bore him four children: two sons both named William, one dying without issue, the other often called William Peverel the Younger, born circa 1080, and two daughters, Maud and Adeliza, who married Richard de Redvers.[1]

References

^ Jump up to: a b The Complete Peerage, Vol IV, App. I, pp 761–770, "Peverel Family". This also dismisses the Tudor-era genealogical invention that made him illegitimate son of William the Conqueror
Jump up ^ http://patp.us/genealogy/conq/peverel.aspx
Jump up ^ A description of holdings in Derbyshire, from the Domesday Book (http://www.infokey.com/Domesday/Derbyshire.htm). A local history of Duston, Northampton (http://www.duston.org.uk/peverel.htm).
Jump up ^ Harfield 1991, p. 391
Bibliography
Harfield, C. G. (1991), "A Hand-list of Castles Recorded in the Domesday Book", English Historical Review, 106: 371–392, doi:10.1093/ehr/CVI.CCCCXIX.371, JSTOR 573107 
Peverel, Sir William Knight (I50533)
 
45928 William Potter came to Massachusetts as an adult with his mother Hannah, his wife Frances , and his son Joseph aboard the "Abigail" in1635.

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Potter, William The Immigrant (I33767)
 
45929 William Potter, along with his brother, was one of the first settlers of New Haven. They signed the New Haven Agreement in 1639.

William was an up and down person. He was a church member in good standing, but was often fined for minor offences.

Eventually, he was hanged for 'ye sin of bestiality with sundrie creatures."

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Potter, William The Immigrant (I33767)
 
45930 William R. E. Bethell


William R. E. Bethell was born in 1837 in Tennessee. His parents were Lemuel Hall Bethell (1810-1888) and Elizabeth Buchanan (1815-1892). He was living in District 5, Davidson, Tennessee in 1850.

"From E. L. Collette* of Fort Smith, Arkansas, (WRE) Graduated from the University of Tennessee in 1856. One of the signers of the diploma was L.M. Bethell. Letter from Tommy Webb (23 Sep 1992), William R.C. Bethell (on page 143 of 1976 book) was apparently a son of Lemuel Hall Bethell (1810-1888), a Baptist preacher who lived his last years in Woodbury, Tennessee. For documentary proof of William R.C. being son of L.H. Bethell, they are listed in the 1850 census of Davidson Co., Tennessee, with L.H. Bethell 39, Wm R.E. 13. Observation: the L.M. Bethell listed as one of the signers of William R.C. Bethell's diploma could easily have been misread from L.H. Bethell."**

He married Sarah "Sallie" N. Buford (1839-1864) on 2 Feb 1858 in Wilson Co., Tennessee. They had two children: Avondale (Avie) (1859-1932) and Walter T. (1861 - unk).

WRE served in the Civil War for 3 years and 9 months. He enlisted on 7 Sep 1861 and served in the 28th (Second Tennessee Mountain) Infantry as a private. He was in Camp Zollicoffer and was appointed Ordnance Sergeant on 28 Sep 1861. Later records show that WRE served in the 8th Regiment Tennessee Cavalry (Smith's) as a 3rd Sergeant and that he had a sorrel horse worth $500.

Sallie died in 1864. WRE was in the War at the time of her death. WRE surrendered in Charlotte, NC on 3 May 1865 and signed an Oath of Allegiance on 15 Jun 1865 before Capt. Charles D. Coleman, Assistant Provost Marshal at Nashville, TN. The Oath of Allegiance shows that he was living in Wilson Co., TN. His physical characteristics were:

Complexion: Fair
Hair: Dark
Eyes: Blue
Height: 5 ft. 10 in.

He married Angeline Pauline Fitzhugh on 28 Jan 1866 in Nashville, Tennessee. They had seven children: Lemuel Hall (1867-1904), Sarah "Sallie" Buford (1869-1919), Mary Inez (1873-1933), John Fitzhugh (1875-1929), Jonathan Rodman Wolsey (1877-1938), Elmo (1879-1917) and Infant (unk-before 1900).

The 1870 Census shows that WRE and Angie were living in Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee along with Avie, Walter, Hall and Sarah.

The 1880 Census shows Avie and Walter living with Sallie's Mother, Emily Buford in District 18, Davidson, Tennessee.

Based on the information in an application for Civil War Pension dated 4 Aug 1899, WRE and Angie moved to Ellis County, Texas in 1873. This information is disputed by the Texas County Tax Rolls 1846-1910 which shows WRE in Cooke County, Texas from 1874-1878. He appears on the Ellis County tax rolls in 1881 - 1988.

WRE died on 11 Jan 1897 in Ellis County, Texas.

The 1900 Census shows Angie as being widowed living in Ellis Co., Texas with Wolsey and Elmo. The 1900 Census also states that Angie had 7 children with 6 living.


* WRE's granddaughter, Ollie Bethell's second husband was E. L. Collette.

**Carol and Jim Garde. "The Early Bethells and Their Descendants, 1635-1994", p. 94. 
Bethell, William R. E. (I42328)
 
45931 William R. E. Bethell biography, submitted by Richard Bethell, April 21, 2015, rbethell@hotmail.com. Richard is a fellow BETHEL researcher. Source (S6178)
 
45932 William Rainsford Esq.
Born 1434 in Solihull, Warwickshire, Englandmap
ANCESTORS ancestors
Son of Henry Raynsford and Elizabeth Wilcotes
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of Alice (Anne) Raynesford — married 1473 [location unknown]
DESCENDANTS descendants
Father of John Raynsford Esq. and William (Raynsford) Rainsford
Died 4 Aug 1487 in Oxfordshire, Englandmap
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William Rainsford of Tew, Esq, was the son of Henry Rainsford and Elizabeth Wilcotes.

He married Alice Anne, the daughter of John Anne Esq and Alice Aston.

They had 3 sons (John Esq, William and Henry) and 1 daughter (Elizabeth, wife of Richard Belcher and of George Agard).

William died 4 Aug 1487.

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Note: William was eldest son and heir and at his death held the Manor of Great Tew in Oxfordshire 'of the Prior of Bradenstoke'. He is commemorated by a window in the Great Tew church. He is identified 'High Sheriff of Berks. and Oxon., 1464' in pedigree in 'The Rainsford Family,' Emily A. Buckland (Worcester: Phillips & Probert, Ltd., 1932-33), p. 40.
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Sources
Source: S2375940657 Repository: #R2375940656 Title: Ancestry Family Trees Publication: Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members. Note: This information comes from 1 or more individual Ancestry Family Tree files. This source citation points you to a current version of those files. Note: The owners of these tree files may have removed or changed information since this source citation was created. Page: Ancestry Family Trees Note: Data: Text: http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=27624422&pid=788
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Rainsford, William (I51740)
 
45933 William Randolph (bapt. 7 November 1650 - 11 April 1711) was a colonist and land owner who played an important role in the history and government of the English colony of Virginia. He moved to Virginia sometime between 1669 and 1673, and married Mary Isham (ca. 1659 - 29 December 1735) a few years later.

His descendants include many prominent individuals including Thomas Jefferson, John Marshall, Robert E. Lee, Peyton Randolph, Edmund Randolph, John Randolph of Roanoke, George W. Randolph and Edmund Ruffin. Genealogists have taken an interest in him for his progeny's many marital alliances, referring to him and Mary Isham as "the Adam and Eve of Virginia". 
Randolph, Colonel William The Immigrant (I37118)
 
45934 William Ray "Willie" HENNESSEE | Visit Guest Book


HENNESSEE, William Ray "Willie"Age 87 of Nashville. May 19, 2010. Preceded in death by his parents, James & Mary Hennessee; sister, Ruby Bailiff & brothers, Lloyd & James. He is survived by his daughter, Mary Johns; brother, Fred; 2 grandchildren, 1 great-grandchild and several nieces and nephews. Visitation will be at Phillips-Robinson Hadley Chapel, 1700 Hadley Ave., Friday from 4-8 p.m. and Saturday, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., with services on Saturday at 2 p.m. PHILLIPS-ROBINSON HADLEY CHAPEL, (615) 847-1010.


Published in The Tennessean on May 21, 2010 
Hennessee, William Ray "Bill" (I2008)
 
45935 William Rice
Born about 1710 in Hanover County, Virginia Colony
ANCESTORS ancestors
Son of William Rice and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of Sarah (Nelms) Rice — married about 1733 in Orange County, Virginia Colony, British Americamap
DESCENDANTS descendants
Father of Benajah Rice and John Rice
Died about 17 Apr 1780 in Culpeper County, Virginia, USA

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Biography

William Rice was a US Southern Colonist.

William was born about 1710 probably in Hanover County, Virginia Colony. He was the son of William Rice. He passed away before 17 April 1780 in Culpeper County, Virginia.

29 July 1736 "deed from George II, etc., to William Rice, for four hundred acres of land in the forks of the Rapid Ann, in the county of Orange, beginning at four pines on a point on a branch of Dark Run." The deed is signed by William Gooch.[1] This land was surveyed 26 December 1734.[2]

12 December 1749 "William Rice of Culpeper Co. 394 A. in said Co. Surv. Mr. George Hume. In Fork of Robinson R., adj. Robert Cave, Rice's other land, William Philips, John Barnet, John Bruce. G-338.[3]

8 Apr 1793 "Benajah Rice 337 A. (13 Jan 1772) in Culpeper Co. in Robinson Fork adj. wid. Redman, Christian Riner, Jacob Croswait, Terrel, William Rice. W-188.[4]

Marriage & Children
William married Sarah Nelms about 1740 possibly in Hanover County or Orange County (Culpeper Co. formed from Orange in 1749), Virginia Colony. Their documented children (named in William's will):

Richard Rice
John Rice, md Mary Finney
Benajah Rice
Hannah Rice
Ann Rice, md John Graves
Sarah Rice, md Edward Graves
Death & Legacy
William's will was dated 9 February 1780 and probated 17 April 1780 in Culpeper County, Virginia. He leaves one half of his estate to his wife, Sarah, for her natural life. After her death it is to be divided among his children. Children named in his will are Richard, John, Benajah, Hannah Rice, Ann Graves, wife of John Graves, and Sarah Graves, wife of Edward Graves. He left a copper still to his daughter, Hannah Rice. Executors named are Benajah, John and Richard Rice, and son-in-law, John Graves.[1]

William's widow, Sarah Rice, was listed in the Virginia Property Tax list, Culpeper County in 1783. Also listed were Richard and Benjamin Rice.[5]

The last will and testament of William Rice was probated and recorded in Culp eper, Virginia April 17, 1780. It was written the 9th day of February, 1780 . Children listed Richard , John , Benajah , Hannah Rice ,Ann Graves , wife of John Graves , and Sarah Graves , wife of Edward Graves .

"I lend to my be loved wife, Sarah Rice , one-half of my estate during her natural life." Ex ecutors Benajah , John , and Richard Rice , his sons, and John Graves , his s on-in law.

William Rice Land holdings:20 July 1736. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.Orange County. Description: 400 acres i n the fork of the Rappidanne River beginning on the point of a branch of Dark Run.

Henry Rice survey: Orange Co. 29 June 1739.Virginia State Land Of fice. Patents Orange County. Description: 400 acres among the heads of the branches of the South fork of Mattapony River beginning on the north side the Robinson Run.

Source: Land Office Patents No. 18, 1738-1739, p. 310 (Ree l 16).

Culpeper County / Also partly in Frederick County. April 10, 1771 Description: 400 acres on the Blue Ridge on the So. side of the Main Hedgman River, near the head thereof. Source: Northern Neck Grants P, 1771-1775, p. 25 (Reel 296).

12 December 1749. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.

Culpeper County. Description: 394 acres in the fork of Robinson River adjoin ing Robert Cave &c.

Source: Northern Neck Grants G, p. 338 (Reel 292). 12 July 1750.

Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1- 42, reels 1-41.

Lunenburg County. Description: 150 acres on the north s ide Irwin River and on the Owle Branch.

Source: Land Office Patents No. 29 , 1749-1751 (v.1 & 2 p.1-532), p. 282 (Reel 27).

Sources
? 1.0 1.1 Raleigh Travers Green. Genealogical and Historical Notes on Culpeper County, Virginia. Embracing a Revised and Enlarged Edition of Dr. Philip Slaughter's History of St. Mark's Parish. Culpeper, VA, USA: Regional Publishing Company, 1900. p 132, 133.
? ancestry.com English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records [database on-line]. Cognets, Louis des, Jr., comp. English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records. Princeton, New Jersey, 1958. Reprinted 1981, 1990, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1958. p 119
? Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, 1742-1775. [Vol. II] [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006. Original data: Gray, Gertrude E. Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, 1742-1775. [Vol. II]. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1997. p 38, 210
? Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, 1775-1800. [Vol. III] [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006. Original data: Gray, Gertrude E. Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, 1775-1800. [Vol. III]. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1997. p 160
? Property tax list of Culpeper County, Virginia [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004. Original data: Norris, Mary Boldridge. Property tax list of Culpeper County, Virginia: and names of slaves, 1783. Raleigh, N.C.: unknown, 1936. p 21
William Rice Land holdings:20 July 1736. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.Orange County.
Source: Land Office Patents No. 18, 1738-1739, p. 310 (Ree l 16). Source: Northern Neck Grants P, 1771-1775, p. 25 (Reel 296).

Source: Northern Neck Grants G, p. 338 (Reel 292). 12 July 1750.

Source: Land Office Patents No. 29 , 1749-1751 (v.1 & 2 p.1-532), p. 282 (Reel 27).

See also:

Raleigh Travers Green. Genealogical and Historical Notes on Culpeper County, Virginia. Embracing a Revised and Enlarged Edition of Dr. Philip Slaughter's History of St. Mark's Parish. Culpeper, VA, USA: Regional Publishing Company, 1900. Note that in this text on p 132, it is stated that William Rice who settled in Orange (later Culpeper) County was the son of Thomas Rice the immigrant. This is incorrect. This William is actually grandson, son of William Rice. 
Rice, William (I9203)
 
45936 William Roberts, IV

Birth: Feb. 15, 1732
Death: Feb. 6, 1816
Knox County
Tennessee, USA

This William Roberts was actually the 4th generation of William Roberts in his family line. His father was also named William Roberts, born abt. 1693 in Connecticut and married to Mary Vaughn. His grandfather was also named William Roberts and he was born before Sep. 4, 1664 in Milford, New Haven, CT. (husband of Elizabeth Lobdell). William's great grandfather was also named William Roberts and he was born abt. 1617 in Hertfordshire, England (wife Johanna).

We are told that this William Roberts (William the 4th) was married to Isabel Graham, daughter of Nathaniel Graham and Margaret Codry, on Feb.14,1767, in Somerset County, Pennsylvania. However there do not appear to be any marriage records that survived for that time and place (according to the Somerset County, PA. GenWeb website). So if that is correct the date and place must have come from family records (family Bibles).

Adding to the doubt on this date for their marriage is the fact that their first born child, Mary Roberts, was born in September 1768, in Rowan County, North Carolina.

Their second known child, Henry Graham Roberts, was born in Sullivan County, Tennessee in May of 1773. And their next six known children were all born there in Sullivan County, Tennessee as well (Rachel b. July 1775, Margaret b. Dec. 1777, David b. Jan. 1780, William the 5th b. July 1782, John b. Oct. 1784, and Graham b. March 1787). Their youngest known child, Isabella, was born in Feb. 1790, in Hawkins County, TN.



Family links:
Spouse:
Isabel Graham Roberts (1744 - 1833)

Children:
Isabella Roberts Sharp (1790 - 1826)*

*Calculated relationship

Inscription:
Aged 83 years, 11 months and 20 days

Burial:
Washington Pike Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Knox County
Tennessee, USA

Maintained by: kelly greer
Originally Created by: Howard A Sutherland
Record added: Sep 02, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41468830

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Roberts, William I, The Immigrant (I36021)
 
45937 William Rogers Thomison, obituary, "Southern Standard",
abstracted by Margie Tucker,Van Buren County Historical Journal, Vol. XI,
p. 95 
Source (S22669)
 
45938 William Rogers Thomison, obituary, "Southern Standard",
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S16124)
 
45939 William S Lowery, United States Census, 1900, Citing this Record
"United States Census, 1900," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MSZV-XG3 : accessed 15 January 2019), William S Lowery, Civil District 6, White, Tennessee, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 153, sheet 3B, family 47, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1972.); FHL microfilm 1,241,604., abstracted by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Tuesday, January 15th, 2019 
Source (S13589)
 
45940 William served in the American Revolution. A monument in honor to his patriotic service was erected at his grave by the Daughters of the American Revolution.

William was a farmer and miller by occupation, owning a mill on Bull Run Creek in Virginia.

The 1800 Amherst County, Lexington Parish Tax List includes a John and a William Hansford, which could be the two brothers:

John Hansford 1 white male over 21, 5 horses, 5 slaves over 16 and 1 slave 12-16
William Hansford 1 white male over 21, 4 horses, 2 slaves over 16, and 1 slave 12-16

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Hansard, William (I32758)
 
45941 William served with the Union Army from the 11th District of Tennessee...Faye Elrod.
Not listed in 1900 Warren Census, however, Mary is...DAH.

Hennessee, William F(ranklin) (I130)
 
45942 William Shook (1745-1811), Cemetery Profile, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/23453645/william-shook, 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, October 29th, 2019 Source (S14752)
 
45943 William Smoot I aka Smute
Born about 1597 in London, England
Son of Thomas Smoot and Jone Jane (Batten) Smoot
[sibling(s) unknown]
[spouse(s) unknown]
DESCENDANTS descendants
Father of Eleanor Margery (Smoot) Warren, Thomas Smoot, Richard Smoot, Anne (Smoot) Barton, Mary (Smoot) Gilbert and William Smoot Jr.
Died about 1670 in Charles County, Maryland [uncertain]
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Categories: Maryland Colonists | Maryland Founders and Settlers | Province of Maryland | St. Mary's County, Maryland.

Contents
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1 Biography
1.1 In Virginia
1.2 To Maryland
1.3 Paying Debts
1.4 Receiving and Giving Land
1.5 Witness for his Son-in-law
1.6 Gives Land to Son Richard
1.7 Two Granddaughters Get Cows
1.8 How Old is the Servant?
1.9 Receives a Grandson with Estate
1.10 Death and Final Records
2 Sources
3 Acknowledgements

Biography

"The Smoote family, who were William Smoote's ancestors of earlier days, were natives of Netherland. Marriages occured between the House of Smoote and the noblity and gentry of that Province. A coat-of-arms was found. William Smoote of Maryland had the name and traditions of the Dutch House of Smoot and those in Maryland bore a coat-of-arms."[1]

In Virginia
"William Smoot was in London in 1633 as a member of the Boatwright Guild. He agreed to work for 50 days in Virginia for Colonel Thomas Burbage, sailing from England to settle at Hampton, York County (now Elizabeth City, VA). It is not clear exactly when he came to America.... He designed and built vessels used in trade between Maryland and Virginia. How big these vessels or enterprise is not clear, two vessels were pinnaces, small sailing ships."[2]

In Aug 1637 in York County, Virginia, William Smoote witnessed the deed of William Reynolds to Thomas Denham.[3]

In February 1642 William "Smeete" was granted 400 acres of land in York County on the north side of the Charles River near the head of Tymber Creek, as his due for "the transportation of eight persns to the Virginia Colony. The names of these people were omitted on the patent he received. It is normal to think they were members of his own family and perhaps some who would be in his employment."[4]

In 1644 William Smute gave George Codd 3 barrels of corn and clothes for fulfilling his indentured service.
William Smute fought in the campaign against the Pamunky and Chickahominy Indians, receiving 600 pounds of tobacco 1 Oct 1644 for his services. [5]
On 8 Mar. 1645/6, William "Smote," boatwright of Hampton, Virginia, bound Note: No.2 p.118 his whole estate to Joseph Hill to secure a debt of 860 pounds of tobacco that Smote and Hill jointly owed to Ashell Batten. (Smote signed with a mark "W", leading inexperienced genealogists to conclude that "W." was his middle initial!) Ashwell Batten also signed the mortgage.[6] It appears that this was William Smoot's way of settling his affairs as he left for Maryland, perhaps in a pinnace of his own making. From Hampton, Virginia (at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay) it is about 150 miles up the bay and up the Potomac River to what is now Charles County, Maryland.

To Maryland
"William SMOOTE(S) Immigrated about 1646 with Grace, his wife, Thomas, Richard, Elizabeth, Ann, & Ales, his children, Elizabeth WOOD, his wife's daughter, & Anne WOODNOT, his servant."[7]His eldest son William (then about 13 years old) wasn't listed among the children, and neither was youngest daughter Mary (born shortly after arrival in Maryland). The eight people listed (not including William) entitled him to 400 acres of land.

When William arrived in Maryland in 1646, he settled in St. Mary's County, which was then the only county west of the Chesapeake Bay.[8] In 1658 Charles County was formed from St. Mary's County, and that appears to be where William spent the rest of his life.

Paying Debts
On27 Jun 1647 William Smoote acknowledged a debt of 210 pounds of tobacco to Cuthbert Fenwick, Gent., the debt being assigned to Fenwick by Robert Clarke, who surveyed Smoot's new land patent.[9]

On 3 Nov. 1647, William Smoot signed over to Capt. John Price the pinnace that he had bought of Leonard Calvert (the Governor of Maryland) as reimbursement for the payment of several debts.[10]

Receiving and Giving Land
On 25 Jan. 1652 William Smooy had 400 acres surveyed for him on the west side of the Wicomico River (a tract named "Smootely," being the land due to him for the transportation of eight people into Maryland in 1646). On 28 Dec. 1656 William signed this land over to his son Thomas and Humphrey Atwicks (his son-in-law). An additional 240 acres (a tract named Smootewood) was also surveyed for him, based on a land patent dated 26 May 1648, from which it appears that he brought in a boatload of people at that time.[11]

Witness for his Son-in-law
On 15 Jan. 1652 William Stephenson made his nuncupative (verbal) will, naming Humphrey Atwicks (William Smoot's son-in-law) executor and sole legatee. William Smoote was the witness.[12]

Gives Land to Son Richard
On 28 May 1658 William Smoote received a tract of 200 acres on the west side of the Wicocomeco River near the land of Francis Pope, being a patent assigned to him from John Lewger, Jr. William immediately signed this land over to his son Richard, who signed it over to Gils Tomkins on 22 Nov. 1659.[13]

Two Granddaughters Get Cows
On 4 Sep 1660 Thomas Mitchell, Sr. recorded the mark of a calf given to Elizabeth Atwickes, Jr. (granddaughter of William Smoot). At the same time Grace Smoote (William's wife) recorded the mark of a young cow that she had given to Grace Atwickes (her granddaughter).[14]

How Old is the Servant?
On 10 Jan 1664 William Smoote presented Ales Broune in court to have her age judged; she was judged to be 22 years old.[15]

Receives a Grandson with Estate
On 14 Nov. 1665 Thomas Smoot delivered the child William Hungerford (William's grandson, whose father had just died) "and his whole Estate to my father Smoote during his life time and after his Decease the Child and his Estate shall fall to mee."[16]

Death and Final Records
Grace, wife of William Smoote, died 14 Jan 1666.[17]

"There are no estate records for William Smoot and the last 2 records found for him are in June 1667 (sells cow to Bridget Legate) and Feb. 1667/8 (surety for the administration of his son Thomas? estate.)"[18]

Sources
? William Smoot's page at Matthew Holmes's family tree, citing "The Smootes of Maryland and Virginia" by Harry Wright Newman. See also Abraham Smoot: Pioneer Mormon Leader, by C. Elliot Berlin.
? William Smoot's page at Matthew Holmes's family tree, citing notes supplied by Donna Bott of Valdese, North Carolina.
? William Smoot's page at Matthew Holmes's family tree, citing Meet Your Ancestors by Noland (Hubbard) Bowling, which in turn cites Deeds, Orders, Wills No. 1, page 64 York Co., VA.
? William Smoot's page at Matthew Holmes's family tree, citing Nugent, Cavaliers & Pioneers.
? William Smoot's page at Matthew Holmes's family tree, citing notes supplied by Donna Bott of Valdese, North Carolina.
? Beverly Fleet, York County, 1633-1646, p. 118, quoted at William Smoot's page at the Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties website.
? A Supplement to The Early Settlers of Maryland, compiled by Carson Gibb, Ph.D. AB&H:230, 243 Film No.: SR 7344; MSA SC 4341-2303; quoted at William Smoot's page at the Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, together with the 1647 land patent that mentions the names of those he imported.
? See this interactive map of Maryland county formation.
? William Smoot's page at the Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, citing Archives of Maryland, Vol. IV, p. 318.
? Maryland Provincial Court and Testamentary Business, 1647. Liber A, quoted at William Smoot's page at the Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties. Robert Clarke witnessed the transaction.
? 1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Wicomico: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 284-7: SMOOTELY: 400 acres; 284-10: SMOOTEWOOD: 240 acres, cited at William Smoot's page at the Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties.
? William Smoot's page at the Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, citing 1. 41. Maryland Calendar of Wills: Volume 1.
? Maryland records (apparently citing vol. 53, p. 342: Charles County Court Proceedings), quoted at William Smoot's page at the Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties
? William Smoot's page at the Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, citing Archives of Maryland, Vol. 53, page 92.
? William Smoot's page at the Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, citing Charles County Court Proceedings, 1662-1666, Archives of Maryland, p. 542.
? William Smoot's page at the Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, citing Charles County Court Proceedings, 1662-1666, Archives of Maryland, Vol. 53
? William Smoot's page at the Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties, citing Charles County Circuit Court, Birth, Deaths & Marriage Records, Liber Q.
? 1642-1753 Rent Rolls Charles County, Maryland Hundred - Wicomico: Rent Roll page/Sequence: 284-7: SMOOTELY: 400 acres; 284-10: SMOOTEWOOD: 240 acres, cited at William Smoot's page at the Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties; contributed by Ralph D. Smith, citing (1) Archives of Maryland, Vol. 60, pp. 111-12, and (2) Maryland Prerogative Court, Testamentary Proceedings, Liber 2, p. 295.
Acknowledgements
WikiTree profile Smoot-219 was created from first-hand information as remembered by John Corey, Thursday, December 4, 2014.

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Smoot, William Sr., The Immigrant (I5540)
 
45944 William Sparkman's Wife... http://genforum.genealogy.com/sparkman/messages/297.html

William Sparkman's wife was Anna Gardner (?-1777), daughter of Martin Gardner and Anna (--). In Martin Gardner's 1760 Bertie Co., NC will, he bequeathed his land to his 3 daughters, Anna, Ann, and Jane, and the Bertie Co. deeds show these 3 tracts of land, each "1/3 part of land which Martin Gardner gave his 3 daughters," in the possession of the Gardner girls' husbands (William Sparkman, Jonathan Standley, and James Purvis, respectively) after 1760. When Ann (Gardner) Standley wrote her will, she mentioned her sister, Anna (Gardner) Sparkman.

I'm descended from Anna (Gardner) Sparkman's brother James, and I have lots of info on these Gardners that I'd be happy to share. If you're interested, please email me directly with your regular postal address.

Michelle Taunton
mtaunton@mindspring.com
1805 Crystal Drive, #903
Arlington, VA 22202-4420 
Gardner, Martin (I32292)
 
45945 William Stanton Lowery, Cemetery Profile, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/66555535/william-stanton-lowery, abstracted by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Tuesday, January 15th, 2019 Source (S13587)
 
45946 William Stapleton, of Wighill
Birthdate: circa 1432 (71)
Birthplace: Wighill, Yorkshire , England
Death: December 16, 1503 (67-75)
Wighill, Yorkshire, England
Place of Burial: Of, Wighill, Yorkshire, England
Immediate Family:
Son of John Stapleton and Margaret Stapleton
Husband of Joan Stapleton and Margaret Stapleton
Father of Sir Bryan Stapelton; Henry Stapleton; John Stapleton and Agnes Stapleton
Brother of Christian Cressett; Mary Hilton; Agnes Reresby (Stapleton); John Stapleton; Miles Stapleton and 6 others
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Margaret Stapleton
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son

Henry Stapleton
son

John Stapleton
son

Agnes Stapleton
daughter

John Stapleton
father

Margaret Stapleton
mother

Christian Cressett
sister

Mary Hilton
sister

Agnes Reresby (Stapleton)
sister

John Stapleton
brother
About William Stapleton, of Wighill
Sources

Magna Carta Ancestry: A study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Richardson, Douglas, (Kimball G. Everingham, editor. 2nd edition, 2011), vol. 4 p. 238.
Yorkshire Pedigrees (1942-1944), Walker, John William, (Publications of the Harleian Society Visitations, volume 94. 3 volumes. London: [Harleian Society], 1942-1944), FHL book 942 B4h; FHL microfilm 162,083 items 1-3., vol. 96 p. 433.
Links

http://histfam.familysearch.org/getperson.php?personID=I73160&tree=EuropeRoyalNobleHous
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Birth of William
Wighill, Yorkshire , England
1455
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Birth of Sir Bryan Stapelton
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1459
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Birth of Henry Stapleton
Of, Wighill, Yorkshire, England
1463
1463
Age 31
Birth of John Stapleton
Of, Wighill, Yorkshire, England
1503
December 16, 1503
Age 71
Death of William at Wighill, Yorkshire, England
Wighill, Yorkshire, England
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Birth of Agnes Stapleton
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Burial of William
Of, Wighill, Yorkshire, England

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Stapleton, (Sir) William of Wighill (I51323)
 
45947 William Stone, 3rd Proprietary Governor of Maryland (c. 1603 - c. 1660) was an English pioneer and an early settler in Maryland. He was governor of the colony of Maryland from 1649 to 1655.

Early life

Stone was born in Northamptonshire, England.[1]

On 15 Sept 1619 William Stone set sail for Virginia on the Margaret of Bristol, and was one of the people being sent to Berkeley Hundred to work under Captain John Woodlief's supervision. William was supposed to serve the Society of Berkeley Hundred's investors for six years in exchange for 30 acres of land. Sometime prior to 9 February 1629, he received a tobacco bill from Richard Wheeler. By 4 June 1635, William had patented 1,800 acres in Accomack. Local court records reveal that he was the brother to Andrew Stone and Captain John Stone, who had been trading on the Eastern Shore since 1626. By 1634 William Stone had become a commissioner of the county court. Some time prior to February 1636, he married Verlinda, the daughter of Captain Thomas Graves. William went on to become sheriff and vestryman. In 1645 he was residing on the Eastern Shore, in what had become Northampton County. By 1648 he had become the third proprietary governor of Maryland.[2] Stone came to America in 1628 with a group of Puritans who settled in the Eastern shore of Chesapeake Bay in Virginia. Their settlement thrived, but eventually came into conflict with Virginia's established Episcopal Church.

In 1648, Stone reached an agreement with Cecilius Calvert, the 2nd Lord Baltimore to resettle the group in central Maryland.

Governor of the Maryland colony

On August 8, 1648, Lord Baltimore named Stone the Governor of his colony. He was the first Protestant Governor. The Assembly sought a confirmation of their religious liberty and in 1649 Governor Stone signed the Religious Toleration Act, which permitted liberty to all Christian denominations.

In 1649, Stone and Puritan exiles from Virginia founded the town of Providence on the north shore of the Severn River and across from what is today the Maryland state capital of Annapolis.

In 1654, after the Third English Civil War (1649–51), Parliamentary forces assumed control of Maryland and Stone went into exile in Virginia. Per orders from Lord Baltimore, Stone returned the following spring at the head of a Cavalier force. But, in what is known as the Battle of the Severn (March 25, 1655), Stone was defeated and taken prisoner.

Stone was replaced as Governor by Josias Fendall (1628–87), and took no further part in public affairs.

William Stone wrote his will on 3 Dec 1659, and it was proved in Charles Co. Maryland on 21 Dec 1660. Verlinda Graves Stone wrote her will on 3 March 1674-5, and the will was proved on 13 July 1675 in Charles Co., MD.[3]

Restoration and land grant

In 1660, the monarchy in England and the proprietor's government in Maryland were restored. Lord Baltimore granted Stone as much land as he could ride around in a day, as a reward for Stone's faithful service. Stone concentrated on developing his plantation at Poynton Manor in what is now Charles County, Maryland, where he died in about 1660.[1]

Legacy

Stone's great-grandson, David (born 1709), greatly expanded the value of the estate at Poynton and returned the family to prominence.[4] William Stone's great-great-grandsons made major contributions to the foundation of Maryland as an American state: Thomas Stone signed the Declaration of Independence, Michael Jenifer Stone represented Maryland in the First United States Congress, John Hoskins Stone was Governor of Maryland 1794–97, and William Murray Stone was the Episcopal Bishop of Baltimore. A great-great-great grandson, Barton W. Stone, was a prominent early leader of the Restoration Movement.[5] 
Stone, William Maximillian (I27588)
 
45948 William Sumpter was born Abt. 1692 in England, and died 07 Jul 1752 in Virginia691. He married Elizabeth.

Notes for William Sumpter:

HISTORY OF THE SUMPTERS

(From materials received from John Alexander Sumpter, 1952/1932, in the form of notes in long hand by Lois Sumpter)

"The first Sumpters that came to North America were three brothers sent for back in England to do some fine mechanical work for the colonies or English Government. They were Father's Great Great Uncles (brothers of George Sumpter (1)). They fought in the Revolutionary War. One was quite a commandeer in that war. Our grandfather (George Washington Sumpter) was in Washington's Army. Father (Alexander Sumpter) was carried there in his mother's arms to see his Grandfather or our Great Great Grandfather (Henry Sumpter)**
Alexander Sumpter, Sr went to the Black Hawk Indian War in 1832 and was one of a chosen party of 22 to cross the Mississippi River and follow a small band of Indians that succeeded in crossing. He was in the last battle fought in the war.

He was in St. Louis when there were but a few houses in it and no good ones mostly Dobies and rock huts.

His Uncle John Sumpter served 3 terms in Washington's Army in the Revolutionary War. Uncle John Sumpter's son Buckhanan Sumpter was also Captain of a cannon in the Revolutionary War under Washington. Captain Buck Sumpter disobeyed orders and won a battle. He was ordered to spike his cannon, but his judgment told him victory was near and he continued firing and when the smoke cleared away the enemy was running, but not until the Americans had burned some of their property.
Our Great Grand Father was Henry Sumpter and his wife was Agness Dillon. They came from Virginia. They were tailors. They were "First Families of Virginia".
Our grand Father, George Washington Sumpter and his wife, Nancy Powers, came from East Tennessee.

John Sumpter married and lived in Souther Illinois. His children were: Ben Sumpter, Buck Sumpter, John Sumpter, Danial Sumpter. Uncle John became a very wealthy man.

He (John Sumpter) served three terms in Revolutionary War.
His son Buck Sumpter was commanding officer in that war.
Danial Sumpter was with his father in the BlackHawk war.
Polly sumptere married Robert Chopin
Sally Sumpter married Absalem Adams
Their son Jessie Adams lived at Marion Station, Marion County, Oregon

Our Uncles and Aunts
Father's (Alexander, Jr) Half-brothers:
John sumpter
Henry Sumpter
Abraham Sumpter

John Sumpter married twice.
His first wife was Nancy Caldwell

**Think this is misinterpretation of notes. George was born in 1776, so more likely that Henry was in Washington's Army, and George was carried there as a baby, not George's son.
"First Families of Virginia" states that Henry was a tailor and well-to-do, with fine property

This generation is based only on hypotheses.

As written by Jane Sumpter Malone-George on 28 Januray 1998:

"Thanks to Jim Landrum and his research, we have George Sumpter coming to America as an indentured servant 20 June 1721. Also, Jim found records showing a George Sumpter was christened to William and Elizabeth Sumpter 9 Feb 1699 in St. Brides Parish Fleet Street, London. The same parish from which George leaves for America. I had found the item about George the Immigrant in a book, Emigrants from England to America, 1718-1759 by Jack and Marian Kaminkow.

The Kaminkows listed James Gerald as the English Agent who signed George to the indenture. It is my understanding that the Agents then sold the indentures to men in the colonies which could account for not finding any record of a James Gerald in early Virginia.

The notebook written by Alexander Sumpter, Sr., of Missouri and later of Washington, stated that "Gr.Gr. Grandfather was a George Sumpter, an Englishman, a tailor by trade, a brother of Sumpters
sent to America as carpenters by the English Government to perform a fine piece of mechanical work."

I would like some comments on this: could William Sumpter, the father of General Sumter and family, Richard Sumpter of Manikintowne, and George, the immigrant, all be brothers who came
to America during the early 1700s?

As Jim Landrum wrote, Henry Sumpter who married Agnes Dillon did not name known children Richard. But John of Chesterfield did have a son Richard according to Curtis Sumpter's papers. George who married Elizabeth Gross and lived in Floyd Co,VA, did name a son Richard.

The father of the General did not have a known son named Richard. I wonder if we can begin to organize these very early Sumpters and their ancestors by such a simple method as the names they gave their children? Of course, this is not proof but it could give us clues for further search.

Please, let's have some thoughts about this.

Thanks Jane Sumpter Malone-George.

More About William Sumpter:
Occupation: Miller - Mill on Preddy's Creek near Piney Mt. Albermarle Co., Virginia.

Children of William Sumpter and Elizabeth are:
+William Sumpter, b. 23 Oct 1731, d. 1819, Burke County, North Carolina.
+John Sumpter, b. Abt. 1733, Hanover County, Virginia, d. 1787, Burke County, North Carolina.
+Thomas O. Sumpter, b. 14 Aug 1734, Hanover County, Virginia, d. 01 Jun 1832, Statesburg, South Carolina.
+Patience Sumpter, b. 1736, Hanover County or Albermarle County, Virginia, d. 1805, Albermarle County, Virginia.
Edmond Sumpter, b. 1738, Preddy's Creek Settlement, Hanover County, Virginia, d. date unknown.
Ann Sumpter, b. 1740, d. date unknown.
+Dorcas Sumpter, b. 1742, Charlottesville, Hanover County, Virginia, d. 1800.

 
Sumpter, William Thomas The Immigrant (I28714)
 
45949 William Swindell, obituary, "Southern Standard", July 5, 1992,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S26241)
 
45950 William T. Gillentine, obituary, "Southern Standard", March 19, 1979,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S20825)
 
45951 William Taylor Hale drown while crossing the Collins River Hale, William Taylor (I23243)
 
45952 William Ted Pritchard Obituary. Source (S14125)
 
45953 William the fifth Lord ( Died 1410 ) and his wife are portrayed as 3’ 10" brasses and each has a canopy engraved Willoughby, Sir William 4th Baron Willoughby de Eresby (I32447)
 
45954 William the Lion (Mediaeval Gaelic: Uilliam mac Eanric; Modern Gaelic: Uilleam mac Eanraig), sometimes styled William I, also known by the nickname Garbh, "the Rough",[1] (c. 1143 – 4 December 1214) reigned as King of the Scots from 1165 to 1214. He had the second-longest reign in Scottish history before the Act of Union with England in 1707. James VI (reigned 1567–1625) would have the longest.

Life

He became king following his brother Malcolm IV's death on 9 December 1165 and was crowned on 24 December 1165.

In contrast to his deeply religious, frail brother, William was powerfully built, redheaded, and headstrong. He was an effective monarch whose reign was marred by his ill-fated attempts to regain control of Northumbria from the Normans.

Traditionally, William is credited with founding Arbroath Abbey, the site of the later Declaration of Arbroath.

He was not known as "The Lion" during his own lifetime, and the title did not relate to his tenacious character or his military prowess. It was attached to him because of his flag or standard, a red lion rampant with a forked tail (queue fourchâee) on a yellow background. This (with the substitution of a 'double tressure fleury counter-fleury' border instead of an orle) went on to become the Royal standard of Scotland, still used today but quartered with those of England and of Ireland. It became attached to him because the chronicler John of Fordun called him the "Lion of Justice".

William was grandson of David I of Scotland. He also inherited the title of Earl of Northumbria in 1152 from his father, Henry of Scotland. However he had to give up this title to King Henry II of England in 1157. This caused trouble after William became king, since he spent a lot of effort trying to regain Northumbria.

William was a key player in the Revolt of 1173–1174 against Henry II. In 1174, at the Battle of Alnwick, during a raid in support of the revolt, William recklessly charged the English troops himself, shouting, "Now we shall see which of us are good knights!" He was unhorsed and captured by Henry's troops led by Ranulf de Glanvill and taken in chains to Newcastle, then Northampton, and then transferred to Falaise in Normandy. Henry then sent an army to Scotland and occupied it. As ransom and to regain his kingdom, William had to acknowledge Henry as his feudal superior and agree to pay for the cost of the English army's occupation of Scotland by taxing the Scots. The church of Scotland was also subjected to that of England. This he did by signing the Treaty of Falaise. He was then allowed to return to Scotland. In 1175 he swore fealty to Henry II at York Castle.

The humiliation of the Treaty of Falaise triggered a revolt in Galloway which lasted until 1186, and prompted construction of a castle at Dumfries. In 1179, meanwhile, William and his brother David personally led a force northwards into Easter Ross, establishing two further castles, and aiming to discourage the Norse Earls of Orkney from expanding beyond Caithness.

A further rising in 1181 involved Donald Meic Uilleim, descendant of King Duncan II. Donald briefly took over Ross; not until his death (1187) was William able to reclaim Donald's stronghold of Inverness. Further royal expeditions were required in 1197 and 1202 to fully neutralise the Orcadian threat.

The Treaty of Falaise remained in force for the next fifteen years. Then the English king Richard the Lionheart, needing money to take part in the Third Crusade, agreed to terminate it in return for 10,000 silver marks, on 5 December 1189.

William attempted to purchase Northumbria from Richard in 1194, as he had a strong claim over it. However, his offer of 15,000 marks was rejected due to wanting the castles within the lands, which Richard was not willing to give.[2]

Despite the Scots regaining their independence, Anglo-Scottish relations remained tense during the first decade of the 13th century. In August 1209 King John decided to flex the English muscles by marching a large army to Norham (near Berwick), in order to exploit the flagging leadership of the ageing Scottish monarch. As well as promising a large sum of money, the ailing William agreed to his elder daughters marrying English nobles and, when the treaty was renewed in 1212, John apparently gained the hand of William's only surviving legitimate son, and heir, Alexander, for his eldest daughter, Joan.

Despite continued dependence on English goodwill, William's reign showed much achievement. He threw himself into government with energy and diligently followed the lines laid down by his grandfather, David I. Anglo-French settlements and feudalization were extended, new burghs founded, criminal law clarified, the responsibilities of justices and sheriffs widened, and trade grew. Arbroath Abbey was founded (1178), and the bishopric of Argyll established (c.1192) in the same year as papal confirmation of the Scottish church by Pope Celestine III.

According to legend, "William is recorded in 1206 as curing a case of scrofula by his touching and blessing a child with the ailment whilst at York.[3] William died in Stirling in 1214 and lies buried in Arbroath Abbey. His son, Alexander II, succeeded him as king, reigning from 1214 to 1249.

Marriage and issue

Due to the terms of the Treaty of Falaise, Henry II had the right to choose William's bride. As a result, William married Ermengarde de Beaumont, a great-granddaughter of King Henry I of England, at Woodstock Palace in 1186. Edinburgh Castle was her dowry. The marriage was not very successful, and it was many years before she bore him an heir. William and Ermengarde's children were:

Margaret (1193–1259), married Hubert de Burgh, 1st Earl of Kent.
Isabel (1195–1253), married Roger Bigod, 4th Earl of Norfolk and Robert "of Fur Fan" De Ros, Sir Knight and had issue.
Alexander II of Scotland (1198–1249).
Marjorie (1200 – 17 November 1244),[4] married Gilbert Marshal, 4th Earl of Pembroke.
Out of wedlock, William I had numerous children, their descendants being among those who would lay claim to the Scottish crown.

By an unnamed daughter of Adam de Hythus:

Margaret, married Eustace de Vesci, Lord of Alnwick.[5]

By Isabel d'Avenel:

Robert de London[6]
Henry de Galightly, father of Patrick Galightly one of the competitors to the crown in 1291[7]
Ada Fitzwilliam (c.1146-1200), married Patrick I, Earl of Dunbar (1152–1232)[7]
Aufrica, married William de Say, and whose grandson Roger de Mandeville was one of the competitors to the crown in 1291[7]
Isabella Mac William married Robert III de Brus then Robert de Ros (died 1227), Magna Carta Suretor[8] 
William I, King of the Scots (I46750)
 
45955 William Thomas Haywood, Jr., Family Group Records, 24 Mar 92, POB 21144, Nashville, TN 37221 Source (S7018)
 
45956 William Thomas Jones
BIRTH 1724
Somerset County, Maryland, USA
DEATH 1798 (aged 73–74)
Maryland, USA
BURIAL Unknown
MEMORIAL ID 86531911 · View Source

Planter on his families farm, "Pepper's Choice".
Married Elizabeth Prettyman in 1745.

Family Members
Parents
Ebenezer Jones
1692–1767

Children
Ebenezer Jones
1746–1796 
Jones, Thomas (I48592)
 
45957 William Thomas Jones Jr.
Born 1724 in Somerset, Maryland
ANCESTORS ancestors
Son of Ebenezer Jones and Hannah (Kenney) Jones
Brother of Thomas Jones Jr., Martha Jones, Ann Jones, Zachariah Jones, Bridget Jones, Ann Jones, Agnes Jones and Lavinia (Jones) Prettyman
Husband of Elizabeth (Prettyman) Jones — married 25 May 1749 in Sussex, Delaware
DESCENDANTS descendants
Father of Ebenezer Jones, Ann (Jones) Short and Thomas Jones
Died 1798 in Sussex, Delaware, United Statesmap
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William Thomas Jones Jr. was born in 1724 in Somerset Co., MD. He married Elizabeth Prettyman about 1745, daughter of John Prettyman. She was born Abt. 1726 in Sussex Co., PA, and died Bef. 1795 in Sussex Co., DE.

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We believe that Thomas only had one wife, and that was Elizabeth (Betty) Prettyman. We have only found three references to her. The first is in the will of her father, John Prettyman, on 21 April 1745. In that will she is listed as Elizabeth Prettyman, and she must have married shortly after the will was made. The lifestyle of Thomas and Elizabeth was probably very much like that of Thomas's parents in that they lived on a farm, and all of their food would have been raised on the farm. They would have had cattle and hogs for their meat, and probably grew corn and wheat for their bread. They would have had a garden in which they grew a variety of vegetables. They would have had sheep for wool clothing, and would have grown flax for linen. Since Thomas owned slaves, and Elizabeth had inherited two female slaves from her father; they would have had the slaves to help with the farm and household chores. Elizabeth or the slaves would have spun the wool and flax to make thread for cloth. Then she or the female slaves would have made all the clothing for the family. It is obvious from Thomas's will that he owned a horse to ride, and his wife had a horse to ride as she owned a side saddle. Notes for ELIZABETH PRETTYMAN: b. Sussex Co., PA (DE) Children of WILLIAM JONES and ELIZABETH PRETTYMAN are: 5. i. EBENEZER5 JONES, b. January 03, 1745/46, Indian River, Sussex, Delaware or Worcester Co., MD; d. December 26, 1796, Blount Co., TN. ii. ANN JONES, b. Abt. 1747, Worcester Co., MD. Notes for ANN JONES: b. ca 1747/8 She apparently died young as no other record of her was found after she was baptised at St. Georges. iii. MILES JONES, b. Abt. 1752, Worcester Co., MD; m. SCARBOROUGH HARRIS. iv. THOMAS JONES, b. Abt. 1754, Worcester Co., MD; m. MARY. 6. v. ELIZABETH JONES, b. Abt. 1756, Worcester Co., MD. vi. NANCY JONES, m. WINGATE SHORT. Notes for NANCY JONES: b bet 1755-1774 Worcester Co., MD. Notes for WILLIAM THOMAS JR. JONES: Thomas appears to have been born and lived all his life on the family farm "Peppers Choice" located on Sheeppen Branch. We first find him on the 1740 tax list of Somerset County, Maryland. The next record of him is when his son, Ebenezer, was baptised at St. Georges Protestant Episopal Chapel, and the church records list Ebenezer as born 3 January 1746/7. We do not know when the Joneses first started attending St. Georges, but they may have been attending for several years, as Thomas's father's first cousin, Parker Aliff, did attend. The Prettyman family had a long association with St. George's. St. George's is located in the Angola Neck area and Love Branch area in Sussex County, and is presently about seven miles northwest of Millsboro between Millsboro and Lewes. Land for St. George's was donated in 1706, and a log church was built that year. The church is still in existence, with a modern brick building surrounded by the gravestones of Burtons, Prettymans, etc. The oldest tombstone at St. George's is the tombstone of Thomas Prettyman, Esquire, brother of Elizabeth Prettyman Jones. Thomas Jones was a farmer, and was sometimes described as a "Planter" in the records. "Planter" at this time meant the owner of a plantation, but we should not confuse this plantation with the large southern type plantation. The term "Planter" seemed to imply that his landholdings put him in a social class above that of the small farmer or "Yeoman" farmer. By his landholdings Thomas would seem to qualify for the title "Planter". As his father's heir at law) he inherited all of his father's land which included 150 acres of "Good Hope", 96 acres of "Jones Neck", and 150 acres of "Peppers Choice". D. Mitchell Jones

JONES GENERATION FOUR.
4. WILLIAM THOMAS JR.4 JONES (EBENEZER3 , THOMAS2 , WILLIAM1 ) was born Abt. 1724 in Somerset Co., MD, and died Abt. 1798 in Sussex Co., DE. He married ELIZABETH PRETTYMAN Abt. 1745, daughter of JOHN PRETTYMAN. She was born Abt. 1726 in Sussex Co., PA, and died Bef. 1795 in Sussex Co., DE. [1]

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Jones, Thomas (I48592)
 
45958 William Thomas Prestwood Diary Source (S12345)
 
45959 William Thorne Jr., son of the patentee and himself a Remonstrance signer married Winifred ------- and had three sons, William (The third of that name), John and Richard. The baptismal records of the Dutch Church identify him as "Wilt Toorn". This branch of the family migrated to Madnan's Neck (Great Neck) and is readily distinguishable from the families of the other three sons of the patentee, John, Joseph and Samuel who all remained in Flushing or a longer period.

William Jr. (the signer) is listed among the inhabitants of Hempstead in 1673, as a freeholder in 1685 and had already acquired substantial land there in 1683 as evidenced by a deed from Edmund Titus to "Will Thorne of Madnan's Neck" (Queens County Deeds Liber A, page 143). His three sons continued to add to the family's property at Great Neck. Their father, possibly in contemplation of death, deeded to his son Richard on February 24, 1698 "all and every parcel of land I have on said Great Neck together with all the housing (as above Liber A, page 165). Richard Thorne during the previous year had bought other property at Great Neck from Daniel Whitehead of Jamaica and Samuel Moore of Newtown (supra Liber B, page 77). 
Thorne, William Jr. (I27607)
 
45960 William Thurman Butcher, obituary, "Southern Standard",14 Feb 1996,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S20767)
 
45961 William TUBB Registry;


http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~janarmstrong/tusg02.htm#3143 
Tubb, William Sr. (I18032)
 
45962 William V. Evans, obituary, "Southern Standard", abstracted by Margie Tucker. Source (S41151)
 
45963 William Vassall
Born 27 Aug 1592 in Ratcliffe, Stepney, (London), Middlesex Englandmap
ANCESTORS ancestors
Son of Jean Vassall II and Anna (Russell) Vassall
Brother of Andrew Vassell, John Vassell Jr, Judith Vassell, Judith (Vassall) Freeborne, John Vassall I, Samuel Vassall, John (Vassall) Vassell, John Vassall, Anna (Vassall) Jones [half], Rachel (Vassall) Andrews [half], Thomas Vassall [half], Stephen Vassall [half], Mary (Vassall) West [half] and Elizabeth (Vassall) Church [half]
Husband of Anne (King) Vassall — married 9 Jun 1613 in Cold Norton, Essex, England
DESCENDANTS descendants
Father of Anna Vassall, Judith (Vassall) White, Frances (Vassall) Adams, William Vestal, Samuel Vassell, John Vassall, William Vassall, Anna (Vassall) Ware, Margaret (Vassall) Hubbard and Mary (Vassell) Vassall
Died before 12 Jun 1657 in St. Michael's Parish (Bridgetown), Barbados, West Indies
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William Vassall, was baptized August 27, 1592, Stepney, Middlesex (London), England, the son of John Vassall and his wife Anne (Russell) Vassall.[1]

Marriage

On June 9, 1613 (or June 29, 1613[2]) at Cold Norton, Essex, England, he married Anna King, the daughter of George King of Cold Norton.

Children

Anna was born at Cold Norton on September 6, 1614; buried September 22, 1614.
Judith was born about 1619; joined the Scituate church on July 16, 1637. She married Resolved White at Scituate on November 5, 1640. Resolved was the son of William White.
Frances was born about 1623. On July 16, 1646 she married James Adams, son of John Adams.
Samuel, a twin, was born June 22, 1624 and was buried November 16, 1624.
Mary, a twin was born June 22, 1624.
John was born about 1625. He married Anna Lewis.
William was baptized on February 2, 1626 at Little Baddow, Essex.
Anna was baptized April 20, 1628 at Little Baddow. By 1651 she was married to Nicholas Ware. Her father's will mentions at least two children of Anna.
Margaret was born about 1633. On April 25 1656 she married Joshua Hobart, son of Rev. Peter Hobart and grandson of Edmund Hobart.
Mary was born about 1634. She was unmarried in 1655.

William is an ancestor of many Mayflower Descendants, through his son-in-law, "Mayflower" passenger Resolved White who had married his daughter Judith (both named in Vassall's will), that

White's half-brother Governor Josiah Winslow of Plymouth Colony (son of Edward Winslow and Susanna - widow of William White - Winslow) eased persecution of the Quaker community of Plymouth. [citation needed]

Occupation and Life Story

William Vassall was a merchant, a highly educated man as shown by his signature as a witness in legal cases, one who was far ahead of his time and publicly supported freedom of religion. In March 1629, he was recorded in the Charter for the Massachusetts Bay Company as a patentee, along with his brother Samuel. The Charter founded the Massachusetts Bay Colony, bringing over 20,000 English immigrants to New England in the 1630s.[3][4][5]

He migrated in 1630 and first resided in Boston. He and his family made a return trip to England in the fall of 1630 on the Lyon, and back to New England in 1635 on the Blessing. In the passenger list were his children:

Judith age 16;
Frances age 12;
John age 10;
Ann age 6;
Margaret age 2 and
Mary age 1.

His wife, Anna Vassall, was admitted to the Roxbury church in 1635. The family had settled in Scituate by 1635 and his was one of the first houses built in Scituate in 1636. He joined the Scituate church on November 28, 1636 and became a freeman on February 1, 1638/9. On April 2, 1638 he was granted two hundred acres of upland and received permission to keep a ferry where the old Indian ferry had been. On December 3, 1638 he was granted one hundred and fifty acres of land. He was granted liberty to make an oyster band on the North River on December 3, 1639.

At Scituate he was Deputy on September 27, 1642; Council of War and he is on the list of men able to bear arms in 1643 Situate section of Plymouth Colony. He took a prominent role standing for religious freedoms and was the "first excepter" supporting the bill for Liberty of Conscience "Proposing...that all members of the Church of England and the Church of Scotland be admitted to communion in the New England church, they forced an unwelcome examination of the legality of the colonial government." He became known for this Remonstrance of 1646, in which Robert Child and others petitioned the Bay Colony General Court for greater religious and political freedom and closer adherence to the laws of England.

Vassall, as a resident of Plymouth, did not sign the Bay Remonstrance of 1646, but Gov. Winthrop, and most other persons, believed it was actually his creation. In order to counter Vassall's charges, the very conservative Edward Winslow went to London in 1646 on behalf of Governor Winthrop and other Bay Colony leaders. The conservative Winslow would be the liberal Vassall's nemesis for a number of years and they should have been friends, since they were in-laws.[citation needed]

In 1646, after several years of religious controversy, he found that his religious beliefs were not compatible with those of others in his community. He returned to England on the Supply to make his grievances known with a petition to parliament to expose his perception of the Massachusetts Puritan leaders’ political corruption, religious intolerance and abuse of power. The Puritans of Massachusetts, on the other hand, considered him "a man of a busy and factious spirit, and always opposite to the civil governments of this country and the way of our churches..." Governor Winthrop called "Mr. Vassall, a man never at rest, but when he was in the fire of contention." His petition met with no sympathy in England.

He never returned to New England.[citation needed]

About 1648, after two years in England, Vassall sailed for Barbados in the West Indies where he settled at St. Michael’s Parish purchasing land and remained there for the rest of his life.[citation needed]

His will was written 31 July 1655, proved 12 June 1657. In it he mentioned his son John Vassall, executor; daughters Judith White, Frances Addams, and Anna Ware. He also mentions Margarett Vassall and Mary Vassall "here with me." His son-in-law Nicholas Ware was to be executor until son John arrived in Barbados.

Sources

? Unless otherwise cited, information on this profile comes from Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Volumes I-III, 3 vols., 1995).p. 1871; link for subscribers
? England: Marriages, 1538-1973. Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2014. (Original index: England Marriages, 1538-1973. FamilySearch, 2014. link for subscribers
? University of Groningen in the Netherlands, Charter of the Massachusetts Bay Company on "American History: From Revolution to Reconstruction and Beyond," (website)
? AGG Harry P. Folger 3rd Assistant Editor, The Mayflower Quarterly, Sept. 2010 p. 256
? Eugene Aubrey Stratton, Plymouth Colony Its History & People 1620-1691, (Pub Ancestry Publishing 1986), p. 365
See also:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Vassall and 32 sources
Find A Grave: Memorial #34886642
The VASSALL Family of Ratcliffe, Stepney, Middlesex, England, Cockseyhurst, Eastwood, Essex, England and Roxbury, Suffolk, MA, Scituate, Plymouth, MA and Barbadoes (Website; accessed 5 Oct 2017)
Edward Doubleday Harris, "The Vassalls of New England," in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Boston, MA: New England Historic Genealogical Society, vol 17 (1863): p 56; link for subscribers
John Farmer, A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England, Carter, Andrews, & co. (Lancaster, Mass. 1829), p. 297.see at hathitrust

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Vassall, William The Immigrant (I51458)
 
45964 William Vassall (baptized August 27, 1592, Stepney, Middlesex (London), England, died 1656) was an English settler in North America. He was from the educated gentry, and a supporter of freedom of religion. In March 1629 he was recorded in the Charter for the Massachusetts Bay Company as a patentee, along with his brother Samuel.[1][2][3]

Vassall family
William Vassall was a son of John Vassall and Anne Russell. William Vassall's paternal grandfather John Vassall had been sent to England by his father, who was also named John, to escape persecution in France, as the Vassall family were Huguenots from Normandy in the time of French religious purges in the 16th century.[4] William Vassall's father had been recognized by Queen Elizabeth I as achieving merit in the war with the Spanish Armada in 1588 by providing two ships which he commanded at his own expense, the Samuel and the Little Toby.[5][6] A 'Mayflower' (not the Pilgrim ship), of 250 tons out of London, owned by William Vassall's father John Vassall and others, was outfitted in 1588 for the Queen, possibly also for Armada service.[7] The Vassall arms can be noted on the National Armada Memorial in Plymouth England.[8] In 1609, John Vassall was recorded as a shareholder on the Second Charter of The Virginia Company. Anne Russell was John Vassall’s second of three wives and with her had five children, William being the youngest.[9]

In New England and return to London
In England in March 1629, William Vassall was recorded in the Charter of the Massachusetts Bay Company as an Assistant to the Governor. He was a signatory to both the Massachusetts Bay Charter and the Cambridge Agreement in 1629.[10][11] The Cambridge Agreement was to move the entire government of Massachusetts from England to the New World.[12]

At an October 1629 meeting of the Company, William Vassall, with others, was appointed to travel out to New England. Per page 256 of The Mayflower Quarterly of September 2010, William Vassall sailed on the Lyon to New England in 1630 and returned on the Lyon to England about one month later. There is some confusion in the article as it states that Vassall traveled in company with Governor John Winthrop, who was just assuming his post. Other sources state that Winthrop did not travel on the Lyon but was on the Arbella, flagship of what became known as The Winthrop Fleet - eleven ships bringing over 700 persons.[13] This was the beginning of what came to be known as the historic event called The Great Migration - thousands of English settlers coming to New England in the early-mid-1630s.

Regarding William Vassall's first trip to New England, research indicates that if he did travel on the Lyon to New England, he may have arrived in February 1630 as per the Letter from Deputy Governor Thomas Dudley to Lady Bridget, Countess of Lincoln, March 1631:[13] in this letter the Lyon is noted several times, once for its arrival date from Bristol of February 5, 1630 and another for being in-port in Salem on July 7, 1630. Additionally, some sources state that his family came with him on this first trip, but this cannot be confirmed.

Return to Massachusetts
In mid-1635 William Vassall returned to New England on the ship “Blessing” out of London with his family - per the manifest: William, 42, wife Anna, 42 and children: Judith 16, Frances 12, John 10, Ann 6, Margaret 2, and Mary age 1. The family first settled in Roxbury and then Scituate, Massachusetts Colony.[14][15] He is recorded as owning 200 acres of upland and some acreage of meadow land and was licensed to operate a ferry on the North River.[2]

On November 28, 1636 William Vassall joined the church of Rev. John Lathrop. What followed were many years of rancorous events involving Vassall over his perception of Puritan religious intolerance in New England.[2]

In 1639 William Vassall was granted the liberty “to make an oyster bank in the North River, in some convenient place near his farm which was called the ‘West Newland’ and to appropriate it for his own use, forbidding all others to use same without his license.”[2]

William Vassall was an advocate of religious freedom for all in the New England church. He was very much against those whose religious opinions followed the strict Puritan line and agitated against the heavy-handed methods of the colonial government. He had strong convictions in the rights and religious freedoms of his fellow colonists and worked hard for religious tolerance which caused him no end of problems with the conservative colonial government.

In 1644-45 Vassall was involved in a controversy involving the church in Scituate about baptism, which caused half the congregation, with the minister, to relocate to Barnstable. Meanwhile, the part of the congregation that included William Vassall and his daughter Judith White, wife of Mayflower passenger Resolved White, remained at Scituate. The "Vassall group" left behind, called their church the "Second church" of Scituate, the first Church apparently the one that moved to Barnstable. The Vassall church also brought the pastor from the Duxbury church to Scituate to be their pastor, ordaining him in September 1645 in spite of the refusal of the Duxbury church to dismiss him.[16]

William Vassall was known for the Remonstrance of 1646, in which Robert Child and others petitioned the Bay Colony General Court for greater religious and political freedom and closer adherence to the laws of England. Vassall, as a resident of Plymouth, did not sign the Bay Remonstrance of 1646, but Gov. Winthrop, and most other persons, believed it was actually his creation. In order to counter Vassall's charges, the very conservative Edward Winslow went to London in 1646 on behalf of Governor Winthrop and other Bay Colony leaders.[17]

The conservative Winslow would be the liberal Vassall's nemesis for a number of years and they should have been friends, since they were in-laws - Vassall's daughter Judith was married to Resolved White, who was Edward Winslow's step-son. Both men died in the Caribbean in the 1650s - Vassall on Barbados and Winslow off the coast of Jamaica.

Though Vassall is known for his work on the famous 1646 Bay Colony Remonstrance, he was earlier involved in a 1645 incident whereby he petitioned to the Plymouth General Court asking for full religious toleration for well-behaving men - i.e. religious freedom. Many of the town deputies, plus assistants, including Myles Standish, William Collier, Thomas Prence and Edward Winslow were opposed. The petition could have passed, but a delaying action by William Bradford gave the conservative side time to maneuver against it which caused its defeat. In a letter to Gov. Winthrop, Winslow expressed his pleasure at the defeat.[18]

With the Bradford-engineered defeat of Vassall's 1645 petition, even though most of the deputies were for it, Winslow described what happened to Winthrop: “but our Governour and divers of us having expressed the sad consequences would follow, especially my selfe and mr. Prence, yet notwithstanding it was required according to order to be voted: But the Governour would not suffer it to come to vote as being that indeed would eate out the power of Godlines etc.”[19]

Winthrop stated in his History of New England, that Vassall was “a busy and factious spirit, and always opposite to the civil governments of this country and the way of our churches.” He describes Vassall’s several petitions to the Bay Colony and Plymouth courts, and to Parliament, as asking that “the distinctions which were maintained here, both in civil and church estate, might be taken away, and that we might be wholly governed by the laws of England.”[20]

Former Pilgrim leaders, William Bradford and Edward Winslow, both prior Plymouth governors, still had much power over religion in New England and were adamantly opposed to Vassall’s freedom of religion policy.

Edward Winslow, in his letters to Massachusetts Governor John Winthrop, often expressed his feelings against democratic tendencies in both colonies, Plymouth and Bay Colony. In 1645, following the abortive Vassall attempt to obtain more civil and religious freedom, Winslow wrote (Gov.) Winthrop, “I utterly abhorred it,” and he added that if such a change came about, he would move from Plymouth to Massachusetts (Bay colony), “I trust that we shall finde (I speake for many of us that groane under these things) a resting place amongst you for the soules of our Feet”.[21]

Return to England

In 1646, after several years of religious controversy, he found that his religious beliefs were not compatible with those of others in his community. He returned to England to make his grievances known with a petition to parliament to expose his perception of the Massachusetts Puritan leaders’ political corruption, religious intolerance and abuse of power. He never returned to New England.[22][23][24]

While in England, Vassall’s intention was to petition for the rights of non-Puritans in that very religious community - a petition which failed. This process ended his friendship with Edward Winslow, a Mayflower Pilgrim of 1620, and a diplomat representing Plymouth Colony’s interests in England, who was much against Vassall’s efforts. The two men had been friends, as Winslow was the step-father-in-law of Vassall’s daughter Judith, wife of Resolved White.

During his time in England, Vassall was known to be friend of trans-Atlantic merchant Isaac Allerton, another Mayflower Pilgrim of 1620.

Vassall was a member of the London merchant group Merchant-Adventurers, which had provided funding for the 1620 Mayflower voyage, and Allerton was an associate of this group.

William Vassall had property in Rotherhithe on the Thames, across from where the Mayflower had boarded its passengers. Being a wealthy man, Vassall was known to businessmen throughout Europe.

He was the owner of the ship "Lion" (Lyon) which he offered to Isaac Allerton, who put it to much use in his trans-Atlantic trading business. Both Vassall and Allerton were close associates of Matthew Craddock, who had been the first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Company.[3][25]

In Barbados, West Indies

About 1648, after two years in England, Vassall sailed for Barbados in the West Indies where he settled at St. Michael’s Parish purchasing land and remained there for the rest of his life.[3][26]

Marriage and children

William Vassall married at Cold Norton, Essex, England in June 1613, Anna King (Kinge), born about 1593. She was a daughter of George Kinge and Joane Lorran of Woodham Mortimer, Essex.[26]

Children of William and Anna Vassall:

Anna, born September 6, 1614 at Cold Norton, Essex - buried September 22, 1614.
Judith, born about 1619. Buried April 3, 1670. Married November 5, 1640 to Mayflower passenger Resolved White, son of Pilgrim William White (Mayflower passenger). Eight children.
Frances, born about 1623. Married Jul 16, 1637 at Scituate, Mass. to James Adams, son of John Adams.
Samuel, (twin), born June 22, 1624 - buried November 16, 1624.
Mary (twin), born June 22, 1624 - died before 1634.
John, born about 1625. Married Anna Lewis, daughter of John Lewis, and English resident of Genoa, Italy. He became quite wealthy acquiring large tracts of land in Jamaica after the 1655-57 British capture of Jamaica from the Spanish. He died between August 10, 1684 and July 6, 1688 at Jamaica, West Indies.
William, baptized February 2, 1627 at Little Baddow, Essex. No further record.
Anna, baptized April 20, 1628 at Little Baddow, Essex. Married before 1655 Nicholas Ware.
Margaret, born about 1633. Married April 25, 1656 at St. Michael’s Parish, Barbados, Joshua Hubbard (Hobart). She died prob. in Barbados, West Indies.
Mary, born 1634 - died unmarried in 1657, prob. in Barbados, West Indies.[3][26]
Will of William Vassall
Barbadoes. William Vassall, now resident of this Island, Esq., 31 July 1655, proved 12 June 1657. Son in law Nicholas Ware and his wife Anna, my daughter. My two other daughters, Margaret and Mary Vassall. All now here with me. My estate in this Island, New England, or any other part or place in the world. To my daughters, Judith, wife of Resolved White, Frances, the wife of James Adams, Anna, the wife of Nicholas Ware, and Margaret and Mary Vassall, the other two thirds, to be equally divided among them, to each a fifth. My son John not being now in the island, my son in law Nicholas Ware to act and manage for him and he and his wife, child and family, to remain, abide and dwell on my plantation until my said executor’s arrival, or an order from him concerning same.

The Testator made his mark in the presence of Humphrey Davenport, Humphrey Kent and Lion Hill. The will was proved by John Vassall, sole executor.[27]

Death of William Vassall
William Vassall died in Barbados between July 1655 and June 1657 in the Parish of St. Michael. It is believed that Vassall’s wife Anna died, location unknown, before his will was written in 1655 as she is not named. His grave no longer exists and his wife's is unknown.[3][28][29]

In 1657 Resolved White and his wife Judith of Scituate in New Plymouth of this island (Barbados), Esq. sold to Nicholas Ware of St. Michael’s, merchant, his one fifth of two thirds of William Vassal’s plantation in St Michael’s.[30]

In May 1657 Mary Vassall sold her share of William Vassall's plantation in St. Michael's to her brother-in-law Nicholas Ware.[30]

Vassall family and the Mayflower
There is information, largely unsourced, that states that John Vassall or the Vassall family was the builder of the ship Mayflower that came to Plymouth in 1620. There is no documented evidence of Vassall ownership of the Mayflower of 1620 Plymouth fame, but Marsden does note on page 675 'a Mayflower' of London of 250 tons, owned by John Vassall and others, fitted out by Londoners for the queen in 1588, and mentioned in documents until 1594.[31]

As a result of his Armada service, the Queen authorized him to bear arms and use an English family coat of arms in place of his French one, with his name and services commemorated on a memorial erected in 1888 in Portsmouth, England. In 1609 John Vassall was recorded as a shareholder on the Second Charter of The Virginia Company. Anne Russell was John Vassall’s second of three wives and with her had five children, William being the youngest.[32]

The GSMD (Mayflower Society) states that the building date and original owner of the ship Mayflower that came to Plymouth in 1620 is unknown. Additionally, the Society states that Mayflower was a common ship's name in the period and that the Mayflower captained by Christopher Jones from about 1609 has never been adequately researched prior to his time as ship's captain.

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Vassall, William The Immigrant (I51458)
 
45965 William Vestal
Born 1623 in England
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Husband of Alice Olive (Brunsden) Vestal — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Name: William /Vestal/[1]
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Vestal, William (I51456)
 
45966 William Viiz, United States Census, 1850, Citing this Record
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45967 William W Hembree
Born 1754 in Spartanburg, Spartanburg, South Carolina, United States
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Husband of Orinah (UNKNOWN) Hembree — married 1774 in Spartanburg, South Carolinamap

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Hembree, William W. (I48848)
 
45968 William W Kirby aka Kerby
Born 19 Nov 1759 in Albemarle County, Virginia Colony
Son of John Kirby and [mother unknown]
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Husband of Eliza (Unknown) Kirby — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Husband of Elizabeth (McDaniel) Kirby — married 1781 in Fluvanna County, Virginia
DESCENDANTS descendants
Father of Hannah Kirby, William James Kirby, Suanna Kirby, Susanna Kirby, Malitia Margaret Kirby, Nancy Kirby, John Martin Kirby, Minor J Kirby and Edmond Richard Kirby
Died 17 Aug 1848 in Monroe County, Virginia, United States of America

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William was born on November 19, 1759 in Louisa County, Virginia to currently unknown parents.

He married Elizabeth McDaniels in Fluvanna County, Virginia before 1800.

They had several children including:

Hannah - born 1790
William James - born 1795
Susanna - born 1806
Nancy - born 1808
John Martin - born 1810
Minor J. - born 1815
Edmond Richard - born 1818
He passed away on August 17, 1848 in Monroe County, Virginia which is now West Virginia[1]. He was buried in the Kirby Family Cemetery but also might be in the McCarty-Broyles Cemetery depending on the source both in Monroe County, West Virginia[2].

Military
From West Virginians in the American Revolution
"Service: Virginia; Va. No. 7091; No. W. 7998 and B. L. Wt. 17717
Enlisted, Hanover County, Virginia, 1779, and served eighteen months as a private under Captain Richardson and Stribling in Colonel Blueford's Regiment. Took part int he battles of Guilford Courthuose, Camden, the Siege of Ninety-Six, and Eutaw Springs.
Applied for pension, aged, 69, Albemarle County, Virginia, which was issued, 1819. Died, August 17, 1848. Married before 1800 to Elizabeth McDaniels, born near Alta Vista in 1769. She recieved a widow's pension in 1851. In 1821, their children were: Nancy, 12; Martin, 10; Minor, 5. (Uncertain as to West Virginia residence.)"
From his headstone
Service: Private Continental Line Revolutionary War
From his Pension Application
"State of Virginia
County of Albemarle
On this lst day of January 1821 personally appeared in open court, being
a court of record for said county William Kerby aged sixty one years the 19th day of November last, resident of said County who being first duly sworn according to law doth on his oath declare that he served in the revolutionary war as follows, that he enlisted in the County of Hanover, State of Virginia in the year 1771 and that he served during eighteen months until the year 1781 where he was discharged from service at Sallsbury in North Carolina, that he enlisted under Thomas Richardson and was transferred to the Company of Capt. Shibling attached to Bufords Regiment, that he was in the battle of Guilford, Camden, at the Siege of Ninety Six and the battle of Eutaw Springs and was discard in 1781 having served 18 months and that he made a declaration in August 1818 and that he has obtained a pension Certificate Number 7091 and I do solemnly swear that I was a resident citizen of the United States on the 18th day of March 1818 and that I have not since that time by gift sale or in any other manner disposed of my property at any .... as to bring myself within the provinces of the act of Congress, entitled "an act to provide for certain persons engaged in the army and naval services of the United States during the Revolutionary War" passed on the 18th day of March 1818 and that I have not nor has any person, if trust for me any property or securities contract or debts due to me nor have I any means other than what is contained in the schedule hereto amended, viz., one heifer, one one spinning wheel, ....chairs, one chest, one table, one... and oven, one ...pan one earthen bowl, four pewter plates, two dishes, five knives and eight forks, 3 tubs and two ...sheets and two ???, 3 hoes and two ??and one one old gun and one pair flat irons, ? cups and saucers.

Signed William Kerby
Name: William W. Kirby. [3] [4] [5] [6]


Died 17 Aug 1848. Monroe County, West Virginia, United States of America. [4]

Buried Knobs, Monroe County, West Virginia, United States of America. [4]

Residence 1790 St Anne's Parish, Albemarle County, Virginia, United States. [6] 1848-1862 Richmond, Virginia, USA. [3]

File File: Media Format: jpg. William W. Kirby.

Marriage Husband @P446@. Wife @P445@. Child: @P450@. Child: @P113@. Child: @P449@. Child: @P448@. Child: @P452@. Child: @P451@. Child: @P447@. Marriage 17 Dec 1798. Southampton County, Virginia. [7]

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http://www.thehennesseefamily.com/getperson.php?personID=I15744&tree=hennessee

U.S. Census Bureau; United States Federal Census. Year: 1810; Census Place: St Anns, Albemarle, Virginia; Roll: 66; Page: 164; Image: 00179; Family History Library Film: 0181426. Retrieved from Ancestry.com.
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Kirby, William W. Patriot (I15744)
 
45969 William Wade (1546 - 1623), Biography, Pedigree, Registry, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Wade-317, abstracted by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Monday, Christmas Eve, December 24th, 2018 Source (S13475)
 
45970 William Walter "Bill" Hennessee, Obituary, http://www.timesdaily.com/obituaries/william-hennessee/article_690e7db1-9cdd-5dc7-8081-da26c921a22a.html, submitted by Clay Underwood, claynola@sbglobal.net, Monday, November 13th, 2017, retrieved, recorded & uploaded to the website, www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Monday, November 12th, 2017, by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com Source (S11774)
 
45971 William Walter "Bill" Hennessee, Obituary, http://www.timesdaily.com/obituaries/william-hennessee/article_690e7db1-9cdd-5dc7-8081-da26c921a22a.html, submitted by Clay Underwood, claynola@sbglobal.net, Monday, November 13th, 2017, retrieved, recorded & uploaded to the website, www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Monday, November 12th, 2017, by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com Source (S11775)
 
45972 William Walton & Susannah (father-mother of Anne Walton)

Children:

1. William Walton -to become William Walton Sr. born 24 Dec 1736. Married Elizabeth Tilghman in St. James, Northern Parish, Goochland County, Virginia to Elizabeth Tilghman on 1 Dec 1758. Had 15 children. Before 1767 moved to Amherst County, Virginia. Served in the American Revolution. Son, William Jr. served in the Army in South Carolina. In Amherst County 1785-87. Moved to Charleston, SC where Elizabeth Tilghman died on 8 Sep 1787. Listed in 1800 census of Burke County. Died 31 Jan 1806 (age70). Buried at the churchyard of the First Presbyterian Church, Morganton, NC.
2. Jesse Walton -in the Revolutionary War records of Wilkes County, NC. Later moved to Tennessee and was second in command to John Sevier. Founder of Jonesboro, TN.
3. Susannah Walton
4. Mary Walton
5. Anne Walton, born about 1748, and married Thomas Wilcher, Sr.
6. Louise Walton
7. Frances Walton

end 
Walton, William Sr. (I25622)
 
45973 WILLIAM was born circa 1709. William died circa 1785. He married SARAH ALLEN circa 1730 (or Goochland Co., VA). Sarah was born after 1699/0.

Cumberland Co. VA was formed from Goochland Co., VA in 1749 so William did not move.

One VERY curious note about William and his wife, Sarah Allen. They named one of their children Shadrach. Where did this name come from, as it was not found in ancestors of William Woodson's family, but is found in the MIMS family. Robert Woodson, brother of William, had a daughter, Elizabeth who married Shadrack Mims as his 2nd wife. Elizabeth was the great grandmother of Jesse and Frank James. (The following spelled and written as in original form)

Will of William Woodson : "To son Jesse Woodson by Deed such a part of my estate as I intended for him; remainder of my estate now in possession of Jessee Woodson to be equally divided between my grandson Drury Woodson the son of Drury and my grandson William the son of Shadrack. To Drury and William 125 acres part of tract that I give Shadrack Woodson. Drury Woodson executor One of the witnesses was Mary Woodson - The Valentine Papers list the will as Proved 27 June 1785 and dated 24 July 1784. ** GENEALOGICAL RECORDS OF BUCKINGHAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA, by Edythe R. Whitley, pub. 1984, p. 114:

William Woodson, late of Buckingham County, now of Cumberland County, owned in fee simple 200 acres of land on the branches of Randolph's Creek in said Buckingham County. The land is now in the possession of John Bagby. Drury Woodson, son of William, claimed the land was his by reason of a gift, Jesse Woodson, another son of William, claimed his father had promised his 100 acres on the occasion of his (Jesse's) marriage. An agreement was reached between William, Drury, and Jesse. Also mentioned was Shadrach Woodson, another son of William. The agreement was signed by William Woodson on 17 March 1783. (Cumberland County Deed Book 6, p. 149)

Children of William and Sarah Allen Woodson 
Woodson, William (I43330)
 
45974 William was her fifth husband...Holt Madewell, Elizabeth (I13829)
 
45975 William was in the Revolutionary War and served in the 3rd Virginia Regiment under Lt. Joseph Blackwell, was injured and discharged in 1777. Bragg, William (I49467)
 
45976 William was Nicholas's twin. He settled at Bury St. Edmunds and is buried in Walsingham .[2] William is an ancestor of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge 's paternal ancestors  Fairfax, William (I37178)
 
45977 William was the son of John le Boteler and Alice Plumpton.

Sir William married Elizabeth Standish, daughter of Sir Robert Standish of Standish, knight on April 4, 1404.

William was one of the forty- six knights made a knight of bath at the coronation of Henry IV on 12 Oct 1399. Among these knights was also Sir John Ashton of Ashton-under-Lyne and Richard Beauchamp, then only 19 years of age. In 1407, he was elected and served as a knight of the shire for Lancashire.

Sir William Boteler joined the king, August 1415, with his retinue of nine men-at-arms in his campaign in France. At a siege of Harflete in France, the English camp, sitting in the marshes, was struck with a disease killing about five thousand men. Among those who died were Sir William le Boteler, as well as Thomas earl of Arundel, Michael de la Pole, earl of Suffolk, the lords Morris and Brunel, Richard Courtenay bishop of Norwich, Sir Roger Trumpington, Sir John Southworth and Sir Hugh Standish.

Sir William died on either the 20 or 26 Sep 1415.

Children of Sir William and Dame Elizabeth were:

John, who succeeded him as Baron of Warrington
Elizabeth, married John, son and heir of Nicholas Boteler of Rawsliffe, and died in 1428 
Boteler, Sir William Knight (I45020)
 
45978 William was the son of John Oliver and Catherine "Kate" Swofford Newton. His first wife was Anna Canipe.

He married Mary Jane Eding after Anna's death. 
Newton, William Swofford (I32284)
 
45979 William Webb, obituary, "Southern Standard", 12 Aug 1994,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S25943)
 
45980 William West, 1st Baron De La Warr of the second creation (c. 1520 – 30 December 1595) was the elder son of Sir George West (d.1538), second son of Thomas West, 8th Baron De La Warr, by his third wife, Eleanor Copley, and Elizabeth Morton, widow of Robert Walden, and daughter of Sir Robert Morton of Lechlade, Gloucestershire.[1][2][3] He was nephew and adopted heir of his uncle of the half blood, Thomas West, 9th Baron De La Warr, eldest son of the 8th Baron's second wife, Elizabeth Mortimer.

Died 30 December 1595
Wherwell, Hampshire
Noble family De La Warr
Spouse(s) Elizabeth Strange
Anne Swift
Issue
Thomas West, 2nd Baron De La Warr
William West
Mary West
Jane West
Elizabeth West
Father Sir George West
Mother Elizabeth Morton

Inheritance

According to Riordan:[4]

[In 1549 the 9th Baron] placed a private bill before parliament to disinherit his nephew William West, first Baron De La Warr (c.1519–1595). The latter was the son of the ninth baron's half-brother Sir George West of Warbleton (d. 1538) and his wife, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Robert Morton of Lechlade, Gloucestershire. His uncle was childless, and had at some time adopted William as his heir. However, West tried to gain the de la Warr estate early by poisoning his uncle. The attempt was unsuccessful and he was in the Tower by October 1548. He was disinherited by an act of parliament in 1550, although he had been reinstated as heir by the time of his uncle's death.

Despite the fact that he had been reinstated as heir by his uncle, when the latter died in 1554 William West was unable to inherit the barony of de la Warr as a result of the Act of Parliament of 1550 which had deprived him of all honours. Two years later he was involved in the Dudley, and on 30 June 1556 was arraigned at the Guildhall on charges of treason, to which he responded as 'William, Lord de la Warr', forcing the heralds to prove during the trial that he was not entitled to the barony and therefore not entitled to a trial by his peers in the House of Lords. He was convicted of treason. However the death sentence was not carried out, and in 1557 he was pardoned by Queen Mary. He fought at the siege of St. Quentin in that year, and in 1563, early in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, was restored in blood. On 5 February 1570 he was knighted, and on the same day created Baron De La Warr, which was regarded as a new creation of the title.[4]

Peerage

West took part as a peer in the trials and convictions of Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk and, later, his son, Philip Howard, 20th Earl of Arundel.

He was junior peer in his lifetime, as latest created. However, his son and descendants have been seated with the precedence of 1299, as though they had inherited his uncle Thomas's title. By the modern rules of the House of Lords, his uncle's title fell into abeyance between the daughters of William West's second uncle, Sir Owen West, or their heirs; however, as Cokayne notes, such rules are at best modern approximations to actual medieval practice. What seems clear is that some, but not all, writers treat the letters patent as clarifying the descent of the ancient title, rather than creating a new one, hence William is sometimes referred to as 10th baron.

Personal life

He married Elizabeth Strange and was the father of one son, Thomas West, 2nd Baron De La Warr, and three daughters, Jane, Elizabeth, and Mary. Jane West married firstly Thomas Wenman, secondly James Cressy, and thirdly Thomas Tasburgh (c.1554 – c.1602), of Hawridge, Buckinghamshire.[5]

West was succeeded as Baron De La Warr by his son Thomas West, 2nd Baron De La Warr.[6]

Marriages and issue

West married firstly, before 1555, Elizabeth Strange, the daughter of Thomas Strange of Chesterton, Gloucestershire, by whom he had two sons and three daughters:[7]

Thomas West, 2nd Baron De La Warr.
William West, who emigrated to Virginia in 1610, was killed later that year by Indians near the falls of the James River, and died unmarried and without issue.
Mary West, who married Richard Blount, esquire, of Dedisham in Slinfold, Sussex, by whom she had five daughters.
Jane West, who married firstly, 9 June 1572, Thomas Wenman, esquire, son and heir of Sir Richard Wenman, by whom she had three sons, Richard Wenman, 1st Viscount Wenman, Ferdinand Wenman and Sir Thomas Wenman, and a daughter, Elizabeth Wenman, who married Sir Thomas Tredway; secondly James Cressy of Wilton, Buckinghamshire, by whom she had a daughter Lettice Cressy, who married Sir John Tasburgh; thirdly, as his second wife, Thomas Tasburgh, esquire, of Hawridge, Buckinghamshire, by whom she had no issue; and fourthly, as his second wife, Ralph Sheldon, esquire, of Beoley, Worcestershire (d. March 1613).
Elizabeth West, who died unmarried. 
West, Sir William 1st Baron de la Warr (I50168)
 
45981 William Willoughby, 5th Baron Willoughby de Eresby (1370-1409),
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Willoughby,_5th_Baron_Willoughby_de_Eresby 
Source (S7110)
 
45982 William Willoughby, 5th Baron Willoughby de Eresby (1370-1409),
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Willoughby,_5th_Baron_Willoughby_de_Eresby 
Source (S49664)
 
45983 William Willoughby, 5th Baron Willoughby de Eresby KG (c.1370 - 4 December 1409) was an English baron.

Origins

William Willoughby was the son of Robert Willoughby, 4th Baron Willoughby de Eresby, by his first wife,[1] Margery la Zouche, the daughter of William la Zouche, 2nd Baron Zouche of Harringworth, by Elizabeth de Roos, daughter of William de Roos, 2nd Baron de Roos of Hemsley, and Margery de Badlesmere (130-–1363), eldest sister and co-heir of Giles de Badlesmere, 2nd Baron Badlesmere. He had four brothers: Robert, Sir Thomas (died c. 20 August 1417), John and Brian.[2]

After the death of Margery la Zouche, his father the 4th Baron married, before 9 October 1381, Elizabeth le Latimer (d. 5 November 1395), suo jure 5th Baroness Latimer, daughter of William Latimer, 4th Baron Latimer, and widow of John Neville, 3rd Baron Neville de Raby, by whom the 4th Baron had a daughter, Margaret Willoughby, who died unmarried. By her first marriage Elizabeth Latimer had a son, John Neville, 6th Baron Latimer (c.1382 – 10 December 1430), and a daughter, Elizabeth Neville, who married her step-brother, Sir Thomas Willoughby (died c. 20 August 1417).[3]

Career

The 4th Baron died on 9 August 1396, and Willoughby inherited the title as 5th Baron, and was given seisin of his lands on 27 September.[4]

Hicks notes that the Willoughby family had a tradition of military service, but that the 5th Baron 'lived during an intermission in foreign war and served principally against the Welsh and northern rebels of Henry IV'.[5] Willoughby joined Bolingbroke, the future King Henry IV, soon after his landing at Ravenspur, was present at the abdication of Richard II in the Tower on 29 September 1399, and was one of the peers who consented to King Richard's imprisonment. In the following year he is said to taken part in Henry IV's expedition to Scotland.[6]

In 1401 he was admitted to the Order of the Garter, and on 13 October 1402 was among those appointed to negotiate with the Welsh rebel, Owain Glyndwr. When Henry IV's former allies, the Percys, rebelled in 1403, Willoughby remained loyal to the King, and in July of that year was granted lands that had been in the custody of Henry Percy (Hotspur), who was killed at the Battle of Shrewsbury on 21 July 1403. Willoughby was appointed to the King's council in March 1404. On 21 February 1404 he was among the commissioners appointed to expel aliens from England.[7]

In 1405 Hotspur's father, Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland, again took up arms against the King, joined by Lord Bardolf, and on 27 May Archbishop Scrope, perhaps in conjunction with Northumberland's rebellion, assembled a force of some 8000 men on Shipton Moor. Scrope was tricked into disbanding his army on 29 May, and he and his allies were arrested. Henry IV denied them trial by their peers, and Willoughby was among the commissioners[8] who sat in judgment on Scrope in his own hall at his manor of Bishopthorpe, some three miles south of York. The Chief Justice, Sir William Gascoigne, refused to participate in such irregular proceedings and to pronounce judgment on a prelate, and it was thus left to the lawyer Sir William Fulthorpe to condemn Scrope to death for treason. Scrope was beheaded under the walls of York before a great crowd on 8 June 1405, 'the first English prelate to suffer judicial execution'.[9] On 12 July 1405 Willoughby was granted lands forfeited by the rebel Earl of Northumberland.[10]

In 1406 Willoughby was again appointed to the Council. On 7 June and 22 December of that year he was among the lords who sealed the settlement of the crown.[11]

Marriages and issue

Willoughby married twice:

Firstly, soon after 3 January 1383, Lucy le Strange, daughter of Roger le Strange, 5th Baron Strange of Knockin, by Aline, daughter of Edmund FitzAlan, 9th Earl of Arundel, by whom he had two sons and three daughters:[12]

Robert Willoughby, 6th Baron Willoughby de Eresby, who married firstly, Elizabeth Montagu, and secondly, Maud Stanhope.

Sir Thomas Willoughby, who married Joan Arundel, daughter and co-heiress of Sir Richard Arundel by his wife, Alice. Their descendants, who include Catherine Willoughby, Duchess of Suffolk, inherited the Barony. Catherine became the 12th Baroness and the title descended through her children by her second husband, Richard Bertie.

Elizabeth Willoughby, who married Henry Beaumont, 5th Baron Beaumont (d.1413).

Margery Willoughby, who married William FitzHugh, 4th Baron FitzHugh. Their son, the 5th Baron, would marry Lady Alice Neville, sister of Warwick, the Kingmaker. Alice was a grandniece of Willoughby's second wife, Lady Joan Holland. The 5th Baron and his wife Alice were great-grandparents to queen consort Catherine Parr.

Margaret Willoughby, who married Sir Thomas Skipwith.

Secondly to Lady Joan Holland (d. 12 April 1434), widow of Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York, and daughter of Thomas Holland, 2nd Earl of Kent, by Lady Alice FitzAlan, daughter of Richard FitzAlan, 10th Earl of Arundel, by whom he had no issue.[13] After Willoughby's death his widow married thirdly Henry Scrope, 3rd Baron Scrope of Masham, who was beheaded on 5 August 1415 after the discovery of the Southampton Plot on the eve of King Henry V's invasion of France. She married fourthly, Henry Bromflete, Lord Vescy (d. 16 January 1469).[14]

Death & burial

Church of St. James, Spilsby, Lincolnshire, burial place of William Willoughby, 5th Baron
Willoughby died at Edgefield, Norfolk on 4 December 1409 and was buried in the Church of St James in Spilsby, Lincolnshire, with his first wife.[15] A chapel in the church at Spilsby still contains the monuments and brasses of several early members of the Willoughby family, including the 5th Baron and his first wife.[16]

Sources

Cokayne, George Edward (1936). The Complete Peerage, edited by H.A Doubleday and Lord Howard de Walden IX. London: St. Catherine Press.
Cokayne, G.E. (1959). The Complete Peerage, edited by Geoffrey H. White. XII (Part II). London: St. Catherine Press.
Harriss, G.L. (2004). Willoughby, Robert (III), sixth Baron Willoughby (1385–1452). Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Retrieved 5 December 2012. (subscription required)
Hicks, Michael (2004). Willoughby family (per. c.1300–1523). Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Retrieved 6 December 2012. (subscription required)
Holmes, George (2004). Latimer, William, fourth Baron Latimer (1330–1381). Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Retrieved 6 December 2012. (subscription required)
McNiven, Peter (2004). Scrope, Richard (c.1350–1405). Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Retrieved 7 December 2012. (subscription required)
Richardson, Douglas (2011). Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, ed. Kimball G. Everingham I (2nd ed.). Salt Lake City. ISBN 1449966373
Richardson, Douglas (2011). Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, ed. Kimball G. Everingham III (2nd ed.). Salt Lake City. ISBN 144996639X
Richardson, Douglas (2011). Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, ed. Kimball G. Everingham IV (2nd ed.). Salt Lake City. ISBN 1460992709

References

Jump up ^ Cokayne and Hicks state that Margery was the 4th Baron's second wife; however Richardson states that recent research establishes that Margery was his first wife.
Jump up ^ Cokayne 1959, pp. 661–2; Richardson III 2011, pp. 450–2; Richardson IV 2011, pp. 332–3, 422–5; Hicks 2004.
Jump up ^ Cokayne 1936, p. 503; Cokayne 1959, pp. 661–2; Richardson I 2011, p. 333; Richardson III 2011, pp. 242–6; Richardson IV 2011, pp. 332–3; Holmes 2004.

Willoughby, Sir William 4th Baron Willoughby de Eresby (I32447)
 
45984 William Wilson
BIRTH 1751
DEATH 27 Jun 1832
BURIAL First Presbyterian Church Cemetery Morganton, Burke County, North Carolina, USA
MEMORIAL ID 29849721

Family Members
Spouse
Photo
Eunice Worth Wilson
1756–1833

Children
Jethro Starbuck Wilson*
1786–1836

*Calculated Relationship
Inscription

In Memory of
William Wilson
who departed this life
the 27th of June 1832
in the 81st year
of his age. 
Wilson, William (I13266)
 
45985 William WOMACK-[2976]
(1773-1843)
Anna GOODSON-[2977]
(1785-1868)
Mathew Scott ROBERTS-[2979]
(1808-1858)
Louisa WOMACK-[2978]
(1805-1858)
Minerva J. ROBERTS-[1423]
(1835-1863)


Family Links
Spouses/Children:
James Harrison Bradford COPE-[1405]
William COPE-[1453]
Elizabeth COPE-[1454]
Sarah A. COPE-[1455]
James F. COPE-[1456]
Minerva J. ROBERTS-[1423]
Born: 1835, Warren Co, Tennessee
Married: Jan 9, 1851, Warren Co, Tennessee
Died: 1863, Wright Co, Missouri

Marriage Information:

Minerva married James Harrison Bradford COPE-[1405] [MRIN:464], son of Stephen COPE Sr.-[1388] and Comfort BOULDIN-[1402], on Jan 9, 1851 in Warren Co, Tennessee. (James Harrison Bradford COPE-[1405] was born on Sep 24, 1831 in Grundy Co, Tennessee and died on Oct 11, 1917 in Wright Co, Tennessee.)

end of profile 
Roberts, Minerva J. (I18078)
 
45986 William Wren Hennessee (1900-1966) | Testimony of 1966 | Abstracted by Keith Corwyn Hennessee | 19 Oct 1991 | Family Group Records & Personal Research | keith.hennessee@nov.com Source (S48585)
 
45987 William “Will” Emory, Jr
BIRTH 1744
DEATH 1788 (aged 43–44)
BURIAL Unknown
MEMORIAL ID 61972525 · View Source

Family Members
Parents
William Emory
1726–1770

Mary Grant Emory
1729–1766

Siblings
Mary Emory Buffington
1746–1800

Elizabeth Emory Rogers
1748 – unknown

Susannah Emory Martin
1751–1839

end of cemetery profile 
Emory, William "Will" (Jr.) (I48850)
 
45988 William's fourth wife...Lois Kochanski Estes, Wilmouth (I4914)
 
45989 William's obituary in portion reads as such:

"On the Saturday preceding his death, whilst returning from Church he received a stroke of appoplexy, and fell suddenly from his horse, from whence he was conveyed to his own house and survived in much pain until the following Thursday." His obituary described him in glowing terms as a beloved member of the community, endeared as a father and friend, and "he is gone to reap the reward of a well spent life, and the tears of his friends and the regrets of a bereaved community attended him to his grave."

William and Lydia did have 7 children:
John Calvin Mynatt b/ 31 July 1780
Richard Mynatt b/ 4 May 1782
Joseph Mynatt b/ 17 Mar. 1784
William C. Mynatt b/ ca 1786-88
Annie Mynatt b/ 5 Jan. 1790
Susan Mynatt b/ 17 Jan. 1792
Lydia Mynatt b/ 25 Nov. 1794; d/ 20 Dec. 1800

IMO, it appears that William C., son of Richard came directly to the area of what is now Knox County, TN, and at that time may have included some of what is now a portion Union and/or Grainger Counties. There are Mynatts all over Eastern Tennessee (as well as all over the world), most of them with a straight line back to Richard Mynatt, the first Mynatt in the Americas, through his son William C. Mynatt. In my line of the famiily, even the given names are repeated from those first generations in America: John, Calvin, Harry, Joseph, William, Bill . . . just to name a few. All of us have a family heritage to be proud of. We come from a long line of hard-working, loving and caring family. It is a trait that seems to carry over in our Mynatt genes. I'll have to say I've never met a Mynatt I didn't like.

end of obituary 
Mynatt, William Cummings (I32734)
 
45990 William's pedigree... http://www.ramblingroots.com/RYB-p/ryburn-mathew-chart.htm#a317 Ryburn, William McNeal (I34946)
 
45991 William's Registry:

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.


end of registry 
Pirkle, William Dibbs (I39052)
 
45992 William, age 83, was the son of Robert L. and Mary (Goins) Edmondson. He married Florence L. McBee on March 5, 1918, in Fork Bridge, Tenn. Visitation was in the Bennett Funeral Home, services in the First Wesleyan Church, Monroe, and burial in Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, Mi.

William worked for Ohio Steel Castings Co., until retiring in 1953. He was a member of the First Wesleyan Church and a 65 year resident of Monroe.
He was the father of Kenneth, William C., Wilma B., and Clara; and the brother of James, Carl, Cecil, and Truman; grandfather of twelve and great-grandfather of eight. He was preceded in death by five brothers and a son.

Pallbearers were Norman Maddox, Jim Stanifer, Jerry Cornette, Charlie Harmon, Grant Smith, and George Satterfield.
Honorary bearers were R.K. Harmon, Lawrence Heath, Wayne Page, and John Cole. 
Edmondson, William Carson (I33197)
 
45993 Williams' good fortune was to marry Katherine, the elder sister of Thomas Cromwell long before the commencement of latter's illustrious career as Henry VIII's great minister. In later life, Williams and his son would benefit financially from this relationship, receiving substantial landholdings confiscated from the church. Family F16508
 
45994 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F5697
 
45995 Willie A. Fuston,obituary,"Southern Standard",September 24,1973,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S10728)
 
45996 Willie Ann Hennessee Brand, Obituary & Cemetery Profile, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/143613400/willie-ann-brand, abstracted by David A. Hennessee, info@classroomfurniture.com, retrieved or revisited, recorded & uploaded to the website, http://www.TheHennesseeFamily.com, Monday, December 31st, 2018 Source (S13507)
 
45997 Willie Boyd,obituary,"The Southern Standard",March 7, 1977,
abstracted by Margie Tucker. 
Source (S24988)
 
45998 Willie Byars, obituary, "Southern Standard", Sunday, August 18, 1991,
"Warren County,Tennessee Cemetery Book II", p. 43 
Source (S7958)
 
45999 Willie Byars, obituary, "Southern Standard", Sunday, August 18, 1991. Source (S7959)
 
46000 Willie Cunningham, obituary, "Southern Standard", January 12, 1992,
abstracted by Margie Tucker.
Mac Cunningham, 910.262.1242;maccunningham@bellsouth.net;8 Jul 2009 
Source (S26521)
 

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