Ancestors of Donna Tilton

Ancestors of Donna Tilton


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1. Donna Pearl Whitaker 1,2, daughter of Albert Issac Whitaker Jr. and Vivian Tryphina Colee, was born on 1 May 1945 in Fernandina Beach, Nassau, Florida 2.

Donna married Lawrence Valentine Tilton, son of Woodrow Wilson Tilton and Vella B. Valentine, on 23 Nov 1962 in Rodman , Putnam , Florida. Lawrence was born on 15 Mar 1945 in Palatka Putnam County, Florida.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Lawrence Valentine Tilton Jr. (born on 12 Jun 1963 Jacksonville, Duval, Florida)
         ii.  Benjamin Tilton (born on 10 Jun 1965 Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida)
        iii.  Samuel Whitaker Tilton (born on 15 May 1968 Jacksonville, Duval, Florida)
         iv.  Patrick Whitaker Tilton (born on 10 Apr 1971 Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida)
          v.  Christine Elizabeth Tilton (born on 27 Jan 1973 Jacksonville, Duval, Florida)



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Albert & Vivian 
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2. Albert Issac Whitaker Jr. , son of Albert Issac Whitaker Sr. and Clara Pearl Herbert, was born on 11 Jul 1911 in Steam Boat Spring, Co died on 18 Jun 1980 in Palatka Putnam County, Florida, at age 68, and was buried in Jun 1980 in San Mateo, Putnam, Florida.

Albert married Vivian Tryphina Colee 1 on 26 May 1935 in New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida 1.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Howard Colee Whitaker (born on 30 Jan 1942 Sanford, Florida)
1        ii.  Donna Pearl Whitaker (born on 1 May 1945 Fernandina Beach, Nassau, Florida)
        iii.  Vivian Jacqueline Whitaker (born on 15 Jan 1947 Fernandina Beach, Nassau, Florida)
         iv.  Lutitia Lee Whitaker (born on 4 Aug 1953 Palatka Putnam County, Florida)
          v.  Terry Louise Whitaker (born on 28 Oct 1954 Palatka Putnam County, Florida)


vivian Colee 
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3. Vivian Tryphina Colee 1, daughter of Samuel Julian Colee and Donna May Hardy, was born on 18 Apr 1915 in New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida 1,2,3 died on 5 Dec 1996 in Palatka Putnam County, Florida, at age 81 2,3, and was buried on 8 Dec 1996 in San Mateo, Putnam, Florida.

Vivian married Albert Issac Whitaker Jr. on 26 May 1935 in New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida 1.

Vivian next married Albert Issac Whitaker Jr., son of Albert Issac Whitaker Sr. and Clara Pearl Herbert, on 26 May 1935 in New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida. Albert was born on 11 Jul 1911 in Steam Boat Spring, Co, died on 18 Jun 1980 in Palatka Putnam County, Florida, at age 68, and was buried in Jun 1980 in San Mateo, Putnam, Florida.



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Albert & Clara Pearl Whitaker 
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4. Albert Issac Whitaker Sr. , son of John Peter Whitaker and Susan Mary Evans, was born on 15 Aug 1882 in Waverly, Cofey, Kansas died on 19 Oct 1959 in Tallahassee, Florida, at age 77, and was buried in Palatka Putnam County, Florida.

Albert married Clara Pearl Herbert on 22 Jun 1905 in Hobart, (Chickasha, ) OK. 4.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John Peter Whitaker (born on 2 May 1908 Guymon Texas OK. - died on 21 Feb 1998 in Deltona, FL)
         ii.  Mary Emma Whitaker (born on 30 Mar 1906 Newton Harvey KY)
2       iii.  Albert Issac Whitaker Jr. (born on 11 Jul 1911 Steam Boat Spring, Co - died on 18 Jun 1980 in Palatka Putnam County, Florida)
         iv.  Charles Thomas Whitaker (born on 24 Oct 1913 Ottawa Kansas - died on 8 Mar 1994 in Palatka Putnam County, Florida)
          v.  Frank Whitaker (born in 1915 Ottawa, Franklin, Ka - died in 1915 in Ottawa, Franklin, Ka)
         vi.  Franklin Whitaker (born in 1915 Ottawa Kansas - died in 1915 in Ottawa Kansas)
        vii.  Ross Herbert Whitaker (born on 16 Feb 1917 Newton, Harvery, Ka - died on 15 Apr 1984 in Palatka Putnam County, Florida)
       viii.  Anaise Pearl Whitaker (born on 2 Jan 1925 Lake Mary, Seminole, Florida)
         ix.  Clara Belle Whitaker (born on 20 Dec 1928 Lake Mary, Seminole, Florida - died on 20 Apr 1992 in Palatka Putnam County, Florida)


5. Clara Pearl Herbert , daughter of William Miles Herbert and Emma Jane Wilcox, was born on 20 Sep 1884 in Stockton, Rooks Co, KS and died on 23 Nov 1966 in Palatka Putnam County, Florida, at age 82.

Clara married Albert Issac Whitaker Sr. on 22 Jun 1905 in Hobart, (Chickasha, ) OK. 4.


Samuel Julian Colee 
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6. Samuel Julian Colee , son of Charles Henry Colee Sr. and Margret Minnie Lightbron Bell, was born on 26 Apr 1888 in St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida 1,2,3,5,6,7 and died on 7 Jan 1969 in Daytona , Volusia , Florida, at age 80 1,2,3,7.

General Notes:
Though only 12 at the time the 1900 census indicates that he is
literate and employed as a farm laborer.

Samuel married Donna May Hardy 1,8 on 8 Mar 1909 in Daytona , Volusia , Florida 1,8.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Floyd Colee (born on 10 Aug 1921 New Smyrna Beach, Florida - died on 16 Feb 1999 in New Smyrna Beach, Florida)
         ii.  Allene Jewel Colee (born on 26 Apr 1912 New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida - died on 11 Aug 1998)
3       iii.  Vivian Tryphina Colee (born on 18 Apr 1915 New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida - died on 5 Dec 1996 in Palatka Putnam County, Florida)
         iv.  Harold Colee (born on 6 Jul 1917 New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida - , died in New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida)
          v.  Jeraldine Colee (born on 26 Jan 1930 New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida)
         vi.  Eva May Suzanne Colee (born on 23 Aug 1910 New Smyrnia Beach, Volusia County, Florida - died on 11 Jun 2000)
        vii.  Jacquelyn Colee (born about 1930 Twin To Jeraldine, New Smyrnia Beach, Volusia County, Florida - died on 15 Jun 1930 in New Smyrna Beach, FL)


7. Donna May Hardy 1,8, daughter of Reubin Pearce Hardy and Francis Selina Bennett, was born on 19 Dec 1892 in Maytown, Lake Ashby, Florida 1 and died in New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida.

Donna married Samuel Julian Colee on 8 Mar 1909 in Daytona , Volusia , Florida 1,8.



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8. John Peter Whitaker , son of Joseph Seagraves Whitaker and Elizabeth Lucinda Williams, was born on 21 Jun 1842 and died on 25 Jul 1906, at age 64.

General Notes: John Peter was is Co. D. 10 th Regt Kansas infantry Vol- civil War

John married Susan Mary Evans on 3 Oct 1870 in Ottowa, Aanderson Co. KS.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Charles T. Whitaker (born on 25 Aug 1871 Kansas City, Jacksokn MO. - died on 15 Jul 1932)
         ii.  Ida M Whitaker (born on 5 May 1873 Kansas City, Jacksokn MO. - died in 1939)
        iii.  Lulie Whitaker (born on 11 Jun 1880 Olathe, Johso Co, Ka)
4        iv.  Albert Issac Whitaker Sr. (born on 15 Aug 1882 Waverly, Cofey, Kansas - died on 19 Oct 1959 in Tallahassee, Florida)
          v.  Arthur Whitaker (born on 10 Apr 1886 Keysville, Crawford, MO.)


9. Susan Mary Evans , daughter of Wesley J Evans and Dosha Gertrude Johnson, was born on 4 Mar 1846 in Greene Co. OH and died on 28 Apr 1915 in Ottawa, Franklin, Ka, at age 69.

General Notes: This record came from Anise Whitaker Parter Daughter of albert I. Whitaker Sr. And grand daughter of John Peter Whitaker

Susan married John Peter Whitaker on 3 Oct 1870 in Ottowa, Aanderson Co. KS.


10. William Miles Herbert , son of William Herbert and Maria Brown, was born on 12 Feb 1840 in Plymouth, Ohio and died on 1 Mar 1927 in Colorado Springs, El Pasco Co., at age 87.

William married Emma Jane Wilcox on 23 Jul 1865 in Ohio?.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Infant Sons Twin Herbert (born in Oct 1866 Peru , Huron Co, Ohio - died on 4 Oct 1866 in Peru , Huron Co, Ohio)
         ii.  Dora Hortense Herbert (born on 11 Nov 1867 Peru , Huron Co, Ohio - died in 1930)
        iii.  Irma Bell Herbert (born on 21 Jun 1872 Nodaway, Hopkins, MO)
5        iv.  Clara Pearl Herbert (born on 20 Sep 1884 Stockton, Rooks Co, KS - died on 23 Nov 1966 in Palatka Putnam County, Florida)
          v.  Frankie Mae Herbert (born on 19 Aug 1876 Nodaway, Hopkins, MO)

William next married Mary J. Wilcox.


11. Emma Jane Wilcox , daughter of Asahel Hartfield Wilcox and Emely Adams, was born on 12 May 1846 in Peru , Huron Co, Ohio and died on 7 Nov 1909 in Newton, Kansas, at age 63.

Emma married William Miles Herbert on 23 Jul 1865 in Ohio?.


Charles Henry Colee 
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12. Charles Henry Colee Sr. 2,9,10, son of George Colee and Tryphena Riz, was born on 9 Jul 1846 in Picolata, St Johns, FL 1,3,8,11 died on 10 May 1895 in Picolata, St Johns, FL, at age 48 3, and was buried on 12 May 1895 in Sanksville Cemetery, St Augustine, St Johns County, Florida 12.

General Notes: 1880 soundex gives his age as 36 and birthplace as Fl, then
living with his wife Minna (sic) and 3 Children.
One source includes Charles as dying in the indian massacre and
never married, other records refute this as a false claim. 13

Noted events in his life were:

• Milit-Beg: Between 1861 and 1865, Civil War, Volusia Co., Florida. Pension App. # A02982 for Charles Henry Colee, spouse Minnie
Bell, served in the 2nd Reft. Cav. was applied for in 1929 and
consist of 9 pages.

Charles married Margret Minnie Lightbron Bell 1,15 on 6 Dec 1871 in St- Johns County, FL 1,3,14.

Marriage Notes: Might be the 16th Dec 1871.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Maggie Tryphina Colee (born on 4 Jan 1873 St Augustine, St Johns County, Florida - died on 19 Sep 1873 in St Augustine, St Johns Co., Florida)
         ii.  Charles Henry Colee Jr. (born on 21 Dec 1874 - died on 28 May 1963)
        iii.  Robert Bell Colee (born on 11 Nov 1877 Headstone Dates, Picolata, St. Johns County, FL - died on 22 Jul 1953 in St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida)
         iv.  Edward Clifford Colee (born on 10 May 1880 St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida - died on 16 Oct 1948 in St. Augustine, St Johns County, Florida)
          v.  Ernest Becks Colee (born on 30 Oct 1882)
         vi.  Norman S. Colee (born on 27 Oct 1885 St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida - died in Nov 1974)
6       vii.  Samuel Julian Colee (born on 26 Apr 1888 St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida - died on 7 Jan 1969 in Daytona , Volusia , Florida)
       viii.  Jessie Florence Colee (born on 4 Oct 1890 St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida)
         ix.  Genevieve P. Colee (born in Dec 1893 St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida - died on 24 Feb 1961 in St. Augustine, St. Johns Co, Florida)


Minnie Lightburn Bell 
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13. Margret Minnie Lightbron Bell 1,15, daughter of Samuel Lightbourn Bell and Julia Matilda Jewell, was born on 18 Feb 1855 in Greenville, South Caroline 16 and died on 17 Jul 1934 in New Smyrna Beach, Volusia Florida, at age 79 1.

General Notes: Gayle Colee Major gives the middlename as Lightborn.

Married twice, 1st to Charles and after his death she married
John Byrd in 1897.
1900 Census information indicates that she was literate.

Margret married Charles Henry Colee Sr. 2,9,10 on 6 Dec 1871 in St- Johns County, FL 1,3,14.


Reubin & Franny Hardy 
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14. Reubin Pearce Hardy 17, son of James Coleman Hardy Sr. and Unknown, was born on 8 Dec 1859 in Aster, Marion, Florida and died on 14 Jan 1931 in New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida, at age 71.

Reubin married Francis Selina Bennett on 6 Mar 1888.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Barbara Lea Hardy (born on 8 Jan 1891 Maytown, Lake Ashby, Florida - died on 6 Dec 1921)
7        ii.  Donna May Hardy (born on 19 Dec 1892 Maytown, Lake Ashby, Florida - , died in New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida)
        iii.  Richard Hardy (born on 26 Feb 1895 Maytown, Lake Ashby, Florida - died on 28 Jul 1904 in Florida)
         iv.  Ollie Lee Hardy (born on 24 Jan 1896 Maytown, Lake Ashby, Florida - died on 2 Jan 1987 in Florida)
          v.  Eudoris Bell Hardy (born on 23 Sep 1897 Maytown, Lake Ashby, Florida - died on 2 Jul 1969 in Florida)
         vi.  Victor Roy Hardy (born on 22 Feb 1900 Maytown, Lake Ashby, Florida - died on 13 Jul 1970 in New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida)
        vii.  Jessie Pearl Hardy (born on 8 Mar 1902 Maytown, Lake Ashby, Florida)
       viii.  Rubin Robert Pierce Hardy Jr (born on 15 Jul 1904 Maytown, Lake Ashby, Florida - died on 12 Apr 2002 in Longwood, Fla)
         ix.  Cecil Andrew Hardy (born on 14 Aug 1907 New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida - died in Jun 1975 in Florida)
          x.  Willis Emery Hardy (born on 14 Sep 1912 New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida)


Fanny and Cecil Hardy 
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15. Francis Selina Bennett , daughter of George-Jim Bennett and Nancy Elizibeth Harris, was born on 14 May 1870 in Georgia and died on 14 Feb 1963 in Deland, Florida, at age 92.

Francis married Reubin Pearce Hardy on 6 Mar 1888.



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16. Joseph Seagraves Whitaker , was born on 20 Feb 1819 in KY and died on 1 Apr 1894 in Burdin, Cowley, Ka, at age 75.

General Notes:
Bible Of
Joseph Seagraves Whitaker
Bible now owned by John Peter Whitaker Sanford, Florida

Marriages

Joseph S. Whitaker & Lucinda Williams was married March 16 A.D. 1837
Joseph S. Whitaker & Missouri Ann Close was married July 22 A.D. 1866.
John W. Close & Josephine Tredway was married March 24,1885 A.D.
Robert W. Ewing & Rhoda Belle Whitaker was married Feb 11, 1891 A.D.
William S. Frank and Clara D. Whitaker was married Oct. 31 1894
Larry E. Gaston & Clara D. Frank was Married March 17, 1911

Marriage License in Bible
Joseph S. Whitaker of Fontana, Kansas and Missouri Ann Close of Fontana, Kansas 22 July 1866 By: squire Cannon. Witness by Idalia Whitaker.


Deaths

Elizabeth L. Whitaker wife of Joseph S. Whitaker died Aug. 6, 1857
Hariett R. Whitaker died Sept. 6, 1845
George S. Whitaker “ March 4, 1853
Elizabeth Whitaker “ Oct 20, 1857
Juliett Elwood “ Apr. 4, 1869
Marie M. Whitaker “ 1861
Idalia (Italia) E. " Aug. 13, 1870
Ruth Ann Cottrell “ June 21, 1892
Joseph Seagraves Whitaker died Apr.1,1894
William S. Frank “ July 7,1898
Page 1


Deaths

Missouri Ann Whitaker wife of Joseph S. Whitaker died May 12, 1912 @
5 A.M.
John Peter Whitaker died July 25, 1906
Mary Whitaker wife of John Peter Whitaker died Aug. 28, (1915) 1916
Larry E. Gaston died Apr. 29, 1925
Clara Dell W. Gaston died July 22, 1931
Rhoda Belle w. Ewing Died May 23, 1948


Notes in Bible

Mr. Joseph Seagraves Whitaker
Died April 1, 1894 age 75, 2mos,9days. Born Feb 21, 1819
Mr. William Silas Frank died July 7, 1898- age 24 yrs 4 mo
Little Emer ( ? ) Avon Close died Nov 7, 1899 age 3yrs 9 m
Jimmy skinner( ? ) died Dec. 1 1891 age 20yrs
Miss Leelistia Skinner, June 11, 1892 age 18 yrs
Missouri Ann Whitaker born Jan. 22, 1844 died may 12, 1912
Joseph P. Whitaker Born Jan 22, 1844

Births

Joseph S. Whitaker born Feb. 20/21 1819
Elizabeth L, Williams “ Feb. 6, 1818
Susanah Whitaker “ Dec. 10, 1837
Ruth Ann Whitaker “ Nov. 12, 1839
John Peter Whitaker “ June 21, 1842
Hariett R. Whitaker “ Apr. 14, 1845
George S. Whitaker “ Nov. 23, 1849
Juliett Whitaker “ Jan 11, 1847
Hariett ( Marie M.?) Whitaker Feb. 8, 1852
Idalia Whitaker “ Apr. 15, 1854
Missouri Ann Whitaker 3 rd wife of Joseph S. Whitaker Jan, 22, 1844


Births

John Close Born Dec. 13, 1862
Clara Dell Whitaker “ Apr. 13,1871
Rhoda Belle Whitaker “ July 7, 1875
Elizabeth L. Whitaker Daughter of J. S. & E. L. Whitaker was born 1856

Research Notes: Letter sent to me from Weldon Whitaker
Feb. 05, 2002
Re: Joseph seagraves Whitaker

Hello Donna,

In 1901 a Martha Duley, of Harrison Co., KY, wrote a letter for her nephew about his ancestors. In her letter she says that Mary Rice married a Mr. Whitaker and they had sons Rice, Joseph, John and daughters Rhoda, Nancy and Elizabeth. Through much research I am convinced that Mr. Whitaker was Giles Whiteaker and the father of my ggg grandfather John Whiteaker. Giles Whiteaker was in Washington Co., VA from 1795 to about 1798 and in adjacent Lee Co., VA (Scott Co. was not formed at that time.) from 1798 to 1800. It appears that Giles and Mary Rice split (divorced?) around 1800 and that Giles took his sons to Claiborne Co., TN and Mary took her daughters to Ohio Co., KY and married Job Poteet (a neighbor in Lee Co., VA). Around 1825, Joseph Whiteaker, son of Giles, left Claiborne Co., TN for Harlan Co., KY (an adjoining county). In Harlan Co., KY Joseph Whiteaker bought land from Joseph Seagraves in 1825 and 1827. In 1828 Joseph Whiteaker sells all of his land in Harlan Co., KY (one of the deeds shows his wife as Rebecca). I know from my family history that my ggg grandfather, John Whiteaker, left Claiborne Co., TN in 1827 for Parke Co., IN and then on to Vermilion Co., IL in 1828. John Whiteacre and Joseph Whiteacre both appear on page 108 of the 1830 Vermilion Co., IL census. Land records show that John and Joseph had land in the same township north of the present-day Champaign/Urbana area in present-day Champaign Co., IL (formed from Vermilion Co.). A Champaign Co., IL land record shows Joseph's wife as Rebeccah.

My ggg grandfather, John Whiteaker, left Illinois about 1834 for Iowa. He lived in Lee Co./Jefferson Co., IA in the 1840's, Knox Co., MO in the 1850's, spent some time in Hancock Co., IL and died in Ft. Madison, IA in 1884.

I strongly believe that my John and your Joseph were brothers. I would guess that Joseph's wife, Rebecca, was a daughter of Joseph Seagraves and that they had children Joseph Seagraves, William R. and Elizabeth (married Jacob Coshaw) who were all living in Pike Co., IL in 1850.

Do you know what the R stands for in William R. Whitaker?

Weldon Whiteaker
Schaumburg

Joseph married Elizabeth Lucinda Williams on 16 Mar 1837.

Children from this marriage were:

8         i.  John Peter Whitaker (born on 21 Jun 1842 - died on 25 Jul 1906)


17. Elizabeth Lucinda Williams , was born on 6 Feb 1818 in Ohio died on 6 Aug 1857 in Pike County, IL, at age 39, and was buried in Taylor Martin Cem., Derry Twp, Pike County, IL.

Elizabeth married Joseph Seagraves Whitaker on 16 Mar 1837.


18. Wesley J Evans , son of John (Jack?) Evans III and Mary Polly Van Meter, was born on 30 Dec 1811 in Berkely Co., VA.(W.VA.) and died on 5 Nov 1890 in Keysville, Crawford, MO., at age 78.

Wesley married Dosha Gertrude Johnson on 20 Aug 1837 in Xenia, Greene, Ohio.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Samuel Clinton Evans (born on 24 May 1838 Jamestown, Greene Co., Ohio - died on 6 Feb 1899)
         ii.  David Tillison Evans (born on 28 May 1839 Jamestown, Greene Co., Ohio - died on 22 Feb 1899)
        iii.  John Thomas Evans (born on 9 Dec 1840 Jamestown, Greene Co., Ohio - died on 16 Oct 1930)
9        iv.  Susan Mary Evans (born on 4 Mar 1846 Greene Co. OH - died on 28 Apr 1915 in Ottawa, Franklin, Ka)


19. Dosha Gertrude Johnson , daughter of Samuel Johnson and Susannah Moorman, was born on 22 Apr 1811 in Greene, Co.OH.(Jamestown and died on 6 Oct 1890 in Keysville, Crawford, MO., at age 79.

Dosha married Wesley J Evans on 20 Aug 1837 in Xenia, Greene, Ohio.


20. William Herbert , son of James Herbert and Barbara Maria Truax, was born on 16 Nov 1803 in New York and died on 19 Apr 1895, at age 91.

William married Maria Brown on 29 Dec 1823.

Children from this marriage were:

10        i.  William Miles Herbert (born on 12 Feb 1840 Plymouth, Ohio - died on 1 Mar 1927 in Colorado Springs, El Pasco Co.)


21. Maria Brown , daughter of Peter Brown and Beulah Conant, was born on 17 Jun 1806 in Orleans Co., VT. and died on 28 Dec 1881, at age 75.

Maria married William Herbert on 29 Dec 1823.


22. Asahel Hartfield Wilcox 18, son of Daniel Wilcox and Unknown, was born on 21 Sep 1805 in Ontario Co. NY and died on 23 Aug 1849 in Peru , Huron Co, Ohio, at age 43 19.

General Notes:
Died of cholera.

RootsWeb.com Search-cgi 1.20.06 (File: HurHist.txt)
HURON TOWNSHIP [Erie County, Ohio]
by Dr. Geo. Haskins.
from HISTORY OF HURON AND ERIE COUNTIES, OHIO
1879 by W.W.Williams
pages 470-475

LOCATION.
The town of Huron, situated at the mouth of Huron
river, fifty miles west of Cleveland, or the mouth of
Cuyahoga river, and about ten miles east of the mouth
of Sandusky bay, has probably been settled longer
than any other town on the Fire-lands.
The township is bounded on the north by Lake Erie,
east by Berlin township (formerly called Eldridge),
south by a part of Berlin and Milan townships, west
by Perkins and Portland townships (now Sandusky),
and northwest by Sandusky bay. Huron river runs
through the eastern portion of the township, in a
northwardly direction, till within about one mile of
the mouth, when the channel takes a northeast direc-
tion, till it empties into Lake Erie.

AS A HARBOR.

Huron has been considered an important point on
account of the shipping facilities; by lake navigation,
which it affords to the surrounding farming country.
Huron river is one of the best harbors on the south
shore of Lake Erie. The ordinary depth of water in
the channel is usually about fifteen feet, and fre-
quently even greater, and when you get "inside,"
(as the sailors say), there is room for all the shipping
on Lake Erie.

PHYSICAL FEATURES.

There are about fifteen hundred acres of marsh land
within the boundaries of Huron township: three hun-
dred in the Huron river valley, the remainder border-
ing on Sandusky bay, all of which is irreclaimable,
from the fact that the land is all lower than the sur-
face of the lake and consequently affected by the rise
and fall of its waters.
The land east of Huron river at the time of the
first settlement of the early pioneers, was covered with
a dense forest, about half of which was what is termed
second growth, the balance heavy timber; much of it
being white oak, has been used for ship timber.
About two miles west of Huron river is Saw Mill
creek, a stream of considerable magnitude, the outlet
of prairie drainage, and which, at a time when the
waters of the prairies were discharged more slowly,
previous to the extensive opening of prairie ditches,
saw mills for the manufacture of lumber have been
known to run the greater portion of the year. But
since the advantage to farm land of a thorough sys-
tern of drainage has been taken into consideration,
most of the water falling upon the land within twenty
miles of the lake is discharged therein in the course
of a week. The southwest part of the township is
mostly prairie. The northwestern part, except the
marshes bordering on Sandusky bay, is timber land.

ORIGINAL OWNERS.

[ note: the following list of "sufferers" is abridged.
Also included was the amount of loss, by whom classified,
and amount classified. This refers to those lands granted in the
"Firelands" in 1808 to those in Connecticut whose
property had been destroyed by fire during the Revolution.]

HURON, TOWN NUMBER SIX, IN RANGE TWENTY-TWO.
CLASSIFICATION No.1, SECTION 1.
Peter Lattimer, John Lester, John Welch, Joseph Hurlbut,
Samuel Brown, Samuel Lattimer. [their claims were sold
to "the Heirs of William Stewart, late of New London,
Connecticut,(deceased)"]

CLASSIFICATION No.2, SECTION 2.
Jeremiah Miller [his claim was sold to William Winthrop,
NY], John Ewing, John Barr, Eben Goddard [their claims
were sold to "heirs of William Gale, New London"]

CLASSIFICATION No.4, SECTION 4.
Joseph Packwood, Bathsheba Smith, Richard Potter[their
claims were sold to "heirs of Richard William Parker, New
London, Connecticut,(deceased)"]

CLASSIFICATION No.4, SECTION 4.
Samuel Lattimer [claim sold to "heirs of William Stewart,
of New London, Connecticut"], Richard Potter, Thomas
Bowlay or Boyd, Ann Hancock, Richard Stroud, Eben May,
widow Austus Piner, Bathsheba Skinner, Jabob Fenk,
Ichabod Powers [their claims sold to "heirs of
Richard Parkins, deceased ], Jeremiah Miller [his claim
sold to William Winthrop, NY]


EARLY SETTLEMENT.

The precise date of the first occupation of Huron
by white settlers is uncertain. It is known, however,
that the French had a trading post at the mouth of
Huron river about the year A. D. 1749, but it was
abandoned previous to the Revolution.
The Moravian missionaries, consisting of a few
white settlers and Indians, located on a part of the
southeast corner of Huron and the northeast corner
of Milan townships. They also abandoned their set-
tlement previous to the war of the Revolution, and
probably before the French occupied their trading post
at the mouth of the river, though there were a few
Moravian Indians, with a white preacher and his fam-
ily in their midst, in 1808.
The beginning of the present settlement was in the
year 1805. John Baptiste Flemoned, or Fleming, first
came to Huron that year, but Mr. Hosea Townsend,
of New London, says that Flemoned claimed to have
come to Huron in 1790. He was born in Montreal,
Lower Canada, about the year 1770, of French par-
ents. He located on the east bank of Huron river,
about two miles from the mouth, on lot number fif-
teen, section first. The land is now owned by Mr.
Simon Knight. He opened a small stock of goods
for the purpose of dealing with the Indians, exchang-
ing with them for furs and of supplying them with
such articles of merchandise as their necessities re-
quired.
In the arrest, trial and execution of the two Indi-
ans, Negonaba and Negosheek, at Norwalk, May 21,
1819, for the murder of John Wood and George
Bishop, Mr. Flemoned was one of the most important
witnesses, interpreter, guide, and one of the execu-
tioners. The weary pioneer always found welcome
hospitality in his store and cabin, and the early sur-
veyors, in 1806, found rest and repose. He also as-
sisted in their second survey. It has been said that
he died in 1820, but according to the most reliable
data he died about the year 1827, leaving a wife and
three daughters: Eliza, Jane and Lydia. His eldest
married John McCarty. After his (McCarty's) death
she married John Miller and lived on the old farm
till about 1851, then moved to Wood county, Ohio.
The condition or whereabouts of the two younger is
not known to the writer. Mrs. Flemoned died about
twelve years subsequent to the death of Mr. Flemoned.
Jared Ward and family came into the township in
the spring of 1808, lived on a part of the Flemoned
farm, near the site of the present residence of Widow
McMillen, until the following year - 1809. He then
bought a part of David Abbott's land, in Avery [now
Milan] township, near the Hathaway neighborhood,
where his son, Elam Ward, now resides. Mrs. Betsy
Collins, late the wife of Isaac Collins and a daughter
of Jared Ward, remembered the time when her father
came to Huron; was then in the fourth year of her
age. She resided in Milan from the time of her par-
ents' residence there until 1858.
Mrs. Collins was born in Painesville, Ohio, in
1804, was married to Mr. Isaac Collins in Milan.
They moved to Huron in 1858, where she resided
until her death, September 1, 1877. Mr. Isaac Col-
lins was in Huron in 1812, but made only a short
stay; went the same year to Columbus, Ohio; came
back to Milan in 1818. He helped raise the court
house at the old county seat. He assisted at J. B.
Flemoned's funeral. Came to Huron in 1858, where
he now resides.
Almon Ruggles visited the Fire-lands a few years
prior to moving his family to Huron in June, 1808.
Jabez Wright also came to Huron in 1808. The
same year, these gentlemen commenced the survey of
the township, laying it off in sections and lots in
course of that and succeeding years, completing the
survey in 1810.
Mr. Jabez Wright was born in 1780, near Copen-
hagen, New York. After he came to Huron, he
married Miss Tamar Ruggles, a relative of the late
Judge Almon Ruggles. He located on the west bank
of Huron river, about two and a half miles from the
lake, on land now known as Wright's river farm, and
owned by his son, Winthrop H. Wright, and where
W. H. Wright was born, in December, 1813.
Mr. Wright was elected justice of the peace for
Huron township, the exact date is not definitely
known; he was subsequently appointed one of the
associate judges of the court of common pleas, for
Huron county. He was land agent for William Win-
throp, of New York city, who had acquired the title
of the whole township. Mr. Winthrop died about
the year 1826, when the land, by Mr. Winthrop's will,
went to his nephew, Wm. H. Winthrop.
Mr. Wright moved on to the lake shore in 1815,
about one mile west of the mouth of Huron river.
In the year 1822, he built the first brick house that
was erected in the township. He continued to act
as land agent for Wm. H. Winthrop until the time of
his death, December 16, 1840, which was caused by
falling front the lake bank on a dark night. Judge
Wright was an exemplary citizen, highly respected,
and all who knew him sadly mourned his sudden and
untimely death. Mrs. Wright died in 1849, at the
house of her youngest son, Ruggles Wright. Of
their five children, there are now three living: Win-
throp H., the eldest, and Ruggles, the youngest, and
Mrs. Abigail Vance, youngest daughter (widow), liv-
ing in Columbiana county, Ohio. The eldest daugh-
ter, Lucy, married General John W. Sprague; died
in Troy, New York, May, 1844. Douglas, the second
son of Judge Wright, died at the brick house resi-
dence, January 11, 1856.
Cyrus Downing and family, consisting of wife and
two children, came to Huron in November, A. D.
1809. He located on the lake shore on land now
owned by W. H. Wright, somewhere near Mr.
Wright's present dwelling, where he resided until the
summer of 1812, when he left and went to Cleveland
soon after Hull's surrender, where he died the next
winter. Mrs. Downing afterwards married a Mr.
Parker, of Milan. The Indians were quite numerous
about Huron at that time, and somewhat troublesome
about the first breaking out of the war, but became
more shy after hostilities commenced. Jeremiah
Daniels came to Huron about the same time as Down-
ing. Mr. Daniels carried the mail from Huron to
Cleveland, making weekly trips, He married Pauline
Downing in the spring of 1813, and settled on the
farm now occupied and owned by Mr. William J.
Hinde, two and a half miles west of Huron village.
Major Hiram Russel came to Huron in the winter
of 1809 and 1810; built a log house on land afterward
owned by Jeremiah Van Benschoter, now owned by
Mr. Van Benschoter's two daughters, Mrs. Widow
Stapleton and Mrs. James Paxton. Mr. Russel occu-
pied his house as a tavern and store; which was the
first tavern kept in Huron. It was opened to the
public in 1810. The same year. Mr. Russel com-
menced building a vessel, of about forty tons' burthen,
near his house. It is said that there was but a very
small amount of iron used in the building, wooden
pins being used instead of spikes. Mr. Russel was
assisted by Jonathan Sprague (father of the late Jon-
athan S. Sprague, Esq.), who did what blacksmith
work was required. The vessel was finished in 1811.
Jonathan Sprague came into the township with his
family in 1810. Located on the east side of the river,
a few rods above the railroad bridge.
Mr. Russel built another vessel, which he completed
in the spring of 1813. She was named "The Fair
American." It is said that this vessel was sold to the
British government, and delivered to the British
agents at Buffalo soon after being completed.
Mr. Russel cleared a field on the farm now owned
by Mr. William G. Sage. This field was afterwards
abandoned, and in 1845 was covered with a thick
growth of timber. The land on this farm, like much
land east of the river in this township, was a light
sandy soil, and was considered by the early settlers
nearly worthless. It is now known to be the best
farm land on the Western Reserve. Russel left Huron
soon after the war commenced.
In 1809, Asa Smith visited the country in and
around Huron, and moved into the township in June,
1810, from Romulus, Seneca county, New York. In
1811, he was elected justice of the peace, at the first
election held in the township after its organization.
Mr. Asa Smith located not far from the present resi-
dence of W. H. Wright, one mile west of the mouth
of the river. He was born in Massachusetts; his wife
in Rhode Island; they lived, for a time, on Long
Island; afterwards moved to Romulus, New York,
and from thence to Huron. They had six children
when they came to Huron, one of whom, William B.,
was born on Long Island, August 15, 1796. Mr.
Asa Smith died at his residence, in Huron, August
30, 1815. His wife died August 30, 1842, in San-
dusky.
Johathan S. Sprague, Esq., came to Huron with
his family in 1810, from Canada. He settled on the
farm now owned by Henry Holsaur. He married
Miss Mahala Daly. He afterward bought an adjoin-
ing farm, of Judge Charles Standart. Jonathan S.
Sprague was a man of more than ordinary talents; he
had not the benefit of a common school education;
yet he was held in so high estimation by his friends and
associates that he was frequently elected to offices of
trust. He held the office of justice of the peace for
eighteen years in succession, at the termination
which he refused to serve in that capacity any longer;
his health was very much impaired for several of the
last years of his life. He died at his house, on the
Standart farm, on January 15, 1861. Mrs. Sprague
died at the house of her son-in-law, Mr. Isaac Dur-
ham, in April, 1872, near the village, at the age of
seventy-two years.
In January, 1816, Reed & Sandford, merchants, of
Erie, Pennsylvania, opened a store of goods at the
mouth of the river, on the east side. It was man-
aged by Mr. Francis Graham, assisted by John B.
Flemoned.
Mr. William B. Smith, and his mother, kept a
public house at that time on the west side of the
river. Mr. Smith remembered hearing the report of
Perry's guns on the 10th of September, 1813, and, in
company with his father, started for Put-in-Bay the
next morning, arriving there the following morning,
where Perry's fleet, with their prizes, were moored.
Mr. Smith was married in Huron in June, 1819, and
moved to Sandusky soon afterward, where he spent
the remainder of his life. He was always highly
esteemed as one of Ohio's best citizens by all who knew
him. He was elected treasurer of Erie county in 1840.
He died in Sandusky, September 25, 1878. Mrs.
Smith, a most estimable lady, survives her husband.

FIRST EVENTS.

It is uncertain when the first post office was estab-
lished at Huron. A letter from the venerable Francis
Graham, above mentioned, of Ashland, Ohio, says
"I went to Huron in November,'15,(probably 1815)
where I spent four years of my life. Uncle Sam gave
us a post office early in 1817; office on the east side,
and Asa Sandford postmaster," which was probably
the first regularly established post office in Huron.
The first public school, it is said, was taught by
Calvin Coo, in the winter of 1810-11, and afterward
by Miss Tamar Ruggles (later Mrs. Jabez Wright).
It is said that Mr. Coe was afterward ordained
preacher of the gospel, and as such was the first who
served in that capacity in Huron.
About the year 1815, Mr. William Chapman opened
a school near his house, on lot twenty-five, section
three, and continued for a few years. Mr. Winthrop
H. Wright remembers attending as a pupil.
The first public highway in the township was on
the east side of the river, surveyed by Jabez Wright,
beginning at the lake shore, near the mouth of the
river, running southward. The survey was made in
1810.
William Winthrop, former owner of Huron town-
ship, built a saw mill on Saw Mill creek, two and a
half miles west of the river, in 1819.
In 1819, N. M. Standart and Cyrus Butler opened
a store of dry goods and groceries on the west side
of the river. In 1820, they parted. Standart went
to Milan, and Butler went to Norwalk.
In 1824, N. M. Standart and Daniel Hamilton
built a store in Huron. Charles Standart aud Philo
Adams served as clerks till 1825. Mr. Adams had
moved to Huron in the spring of 1824 to board the
men working on the harbor, under the direction of
the Huron Harbor company.
In 1825, Philo Adams moved on to his farm, where
he remained until his death, except a short residence
in Milan, keeping a hotel.
In the fall of 1825, Charles Standart and George
H. Gibbs purchased Standart & Hamilton's stock of
goods. The firm continued fifteen months, when
Gibbs retired. Standart continued the business till
1828, when he discontinued the store, built a ware-
house and dock, and commenced storage and com-
mission business.

EARLY RESIDENTS.

Judge Standart says that when he first went to
Huron, in October, 1824, there was one frame house
on the west side of the river, occupied by Philo
Adams, who boarded the men working on the harbor,
a log building occupied by the Green family, and
a small cabin on the bank of the lake occupied by
Captain Reed, the first shipbuilder of Huron. There
were on the east side other log buildings, occupied by
different individuals; among whom were Benjamin
Gould, a catfisherman, and Jeremiah Van Benschoter,
lip the river. There were several other families
located in different parts of the township about the
time Standart came to Huron, which we have not
heretofore mentioned. E. M. Granger lived on the
farm afterward owned by Mr. Standart. George
Downing lived near Granger; Mr. John Hughes and
family near the west line. William Chapman, the
Everetts, Woolvertons, Swifts, and some other farm-
ers settled in the township about the same time.
David Everitt came to the Fire-lands in 1824. He
lived in Milan a few years; is now a resident of Huron
township, and about eighty years of age.
Mr. Tower Jackson came to the Fire-lands April
14, A. D. 1819, and soon after located in Milan. He
was married November 18, 1822, to Miss Sarah Clock,
of Monroeville. On the 4th of July, 1826, he moved
to Huron. He entered into partnership with Henry
W. Jenkins, selling dry goods and groceries, continu-
ing in business with Jenkins for a few years. About
1830, he went into partnership with Mr. Richard E.
Colt. The firm invested considerable money in the
encouragement of various industries; quite extensively
in vessel building. They built the steamboat Dela-
ware, bringing her out in 1834. Mr. Jackson re
mained in Huron till 1846, when he went to Racine,
Wisconsin; and two years later removed to Cleveland,
Ohio, where Mrs. Jackson died, in A. D. 1854. He
is now a resident of Huron, in the eighty-first year of
his age, where, it is to be hoped by his many friends,
he will continue his residence. He married a second
wife, Miss Lucy Button, previous to returning from
Cleveland. Mr. Jackson built the Huron House
about 1830, on the northwest corner of Main and Wall
streets. In 1840, he built the American House, on
the corner of Main and Lake streets. The Huron
House has been moved, and is now occupied as stores.
The American was burned. Henry W. Jenkins came
in quite an early day; the precise time is not known.
He dealt in dry goods and groceries, invested some in
vessel stock; built the Ohio Hotel, and was an active
worker in assisting to build up the town. He left
Huron sometime after 1840, went to Cincinnati, from
thence to the Isthmus of Darien, and commenced the
carrying business across the Isthmus, and died there
about 1850.
The Ohio Hotel, above mentioned, stood on the
southwest corner of Main and Wall streets, and was
destroyed by fire on the Fourth of July, 1854.
Buel B. Jones came to Huron about 1835 or '36;
sold dry goods and groceries for a few years, after
which he rented the Ohio hotel, which he kept for
two or three years, then moved away.
Mr. John W. Wickham (of the firm of Wickham
& Company), was born in Philadelphia, October 13,
1806; was reared to manhood in Sodus, at the mouth
of Great Sodus Bay, in the State of New York. He
came to Huron in the autumn of 1833; commenced
the forwarding and commission business, buying and
shipping grain and other farm productions. He also
opened a stoic of dry goods and groceries, but after a
few years discontinued selling goods. The firm are
now carrying on a very extensive fishery; also dealing
in lumber and buying grain. They give employment
to a great number of Huron laborers. Mr. Wickham
is one of the oldest pioneers now engaged in mercan-
tile business. Mrs. J. W. Wickham is also a Huron
pioneer from infancy, a daughter of Mr. Schuyler
Van Rensselaer, deceased, who was one of the early
producers of Huron county. He came to Huron in the
spring of 1833. He assisted Mr. Abiatha Shirley in
making the plat of Huron in A. D. 1833.

PHYSICIANS.

The physicians were not very numerous among the
early Huron pioneers. Dr. Ansolem Gutherie was
the first Huron physician who attempted to locate in
the town. He came in 1813, and remained until
1817, when he removed to Canada. It is not known
whether there were any other resident physicians at
the mouth of the river for several years after Dr.
Gutherie left.
An old gentleman, called Doct McCrea, from New
Jersey, located near the west line of the township,
near the Stone House (so called), doing some medical
business in that vicinity. We think he went back to
New Jersey.
Dr. Charles H. Legget came to Huron in 1830;
practiced in the village and vicinity till May 29, 1832.
He was drowned in Huron river, together with his
wife; supposed to have been caused by the accidental
upsetting of a small boat, near Wright's river farm
- no other person was present when the accident oc-
curred. It was not discovered till the following
morning, when the citizens, alarmed at their pro-
longed absence, discovered the boat, dragged the
river, and recovered their remains.
After Dr. Legget's death, there were a great many
physicians who came to Huron at different periods
with a view of locating, as our Huron marshes and
their various surroundings looked inviting to the doc-
tors who aspired to professional notoriety; but in
time discovered that "all was not gold that glittered,"
that the marshes were on a level with Lake Erie,
and that their pure, glittering waters would not pro-
duce miasmata worth a cent; or, in other words,
Huron was a very healthy town, and would support
only a limited number of physicians. Therefore, as
there were so large a number of medical men who
attempted a permanent location and failed, I will
only mention the few who have weathered the hard-
ships of a pioneer life, and those who reside here at
the present time.
Dr. George S. Haskin, now practicing medicine in
Huron, was born in the town of Rupert, Vermont,
August 27, 1805. He came to the Fire-lands in 1831,
landing at Sandusky; in June, 1832, he came to
Huron and commenced the practice of his profession.
Dr. Joseph Caldwell came to Huron in the spring
of 1833. He continued the medical practice till his
death, which occurred June 13, 1866, in the seventy-
fifth year of his age, much lamented by many friends.
Dr. J. T. Cushing, now a medical practitioner, came
to Huron in 1865 and commenced business.
Dr. H. E. McNutt, now practicing medicine in
Huron, commenced in 1874.

CHURCHES.

There are now five church edifices within the village
corporation limits, and one on the west line of the
township, which was erected by the late Mr. John
Graham, assisted by the citizens of West Huron and
some others.
John Graham was of Irish nationality. He came
into the township about the year 1833, and located on
the Cummings farm, lot number twenty-seven, section
fourth. His religion is said to have been that of a
Wesleyan Methodist. His character was that of a
strictly honest man. He was highly esteemed by all
his neighbors. He died about the year A. D. 1856,
in the month of October. Mrs. Graham, a very es-
timable lady, seventy-three years of age, survives her
husband. She resides on the old homestead.
Since writing the foregoing we have learned that
Mr. Graham's ancestors were of Scotch descent, hav-
ing emigrated from Scotland to Ireland in the early
part of the eighteenth century.
Of the five churches in Huron, the Protestant
Episcopal, called "Christ's Church" (a brick edifice),
was built in 1838. In 1839, this church edifice, un-
der the ministry of Rev. Samuel Marks (the present
rector) was dedicated to the service of Almighty God
by Bishop McIlvaine, D. D., D. C. L.
Wardens: J. W. Wickham and S. P. McDonald.
The Presbyterian Church was built in 1853.
The German Lutheran was erected about 1860.
The Methodist in 1871.
The German Evangelic in A. D. 1875.
The Presbyterians have recently engaged Rev. Mr.
Snowdon, of West Vill, Ohio.
The Rev. Mr. Hassenpflug has charge of the Ger-
man Evangelical Church.
The other churches are not under the care of any
regular established clergyman.

THE CHOLERA.

The natural advantages of the Huron harbor and
the favorable location for a business town, began to
attract attention soon after the close of the war with
England, and when the United States made appro-
priation for the improvement of the harbor, in 1827,
immigration rapidly increased till 1834, when a seri-
ous impediment to business occurred by the appear-
ance of Asiatic cholera, wholly suspending, for a few
months, all varieties of industry, except the care of
the sick. That year the emigration from Europe,
principally from Germany, was a perfect flood, and at
every steamboat landing there were sick and dying
in numbers so great as to drive a great portion of the
inhabitants from town.
There were then five practicing physicians in the
village, one of whom died of the disease; three others
left, Dr. George S. Haskin only remaining. Finally,
as autumnal frosts made their appearance, the mon-
ster disease disappeared, and business increased with
redoubled vigor, and in a very short time all was life
and animation.
Huron village has a population of about one thou-
sand and five hundred; the whole township, includ-
ing the village, about four thousand.
The present board of township officers are: Wm.
G. Sage, Blake W. Griffin, Geo. W. Harris, trustees;
Thomas M. Sprowl, township clerk; John W. Wick-
ham, treasurer; Thomas J. Harris and Levi Peck,
justices of the peace.
The officers of the village corporation are: A. H.
Winchell, mayor; J. L. Brooks, recorder; Jabez
Wright, John Archer, Philo McMillen, Charles Hey-
man and Jacob Gunzevhauser, town council.
At the April election for the present year -1879-
there has been some change in the township board of
officers. The following were elected, viz.: Wm. G.
Sage, Blake W. Griffin and Henry Halliday, township
trustees; J. L. Brooks, clerk; John W. Wickham, Jr.,
treasurer; J. L. Brooks elected as the third justice of
the peace, in addition to Harris and Peck.
The officers of the village corporation are the same
as above.
In reviewing the early history of the Fire-land
pioneers, mentioned in the foregoing sketch, we are
forced to look with admiration at the stern, manly
character of nearly every early pioneer. Their power
of enduring hardship and privation, the cheerful
and determined fortitude of their onward struggles,
without a thought of looking back, but always looking
ahead with unyielding determination, seem to be al-
most universal characteristics of the early Fire-lands
pioneers.
How hard it would seem to any of our well-to-do
neighbors of the present day, to be set back into the
rude log cabin with only one room, eighteen by
twenty feet, a log fire blazing on the hearth; would
we be as happy as we can imagine the early pioneer
to have been when thus situated? In our imagina-
tion we can see a pioneer family enjoying the rude
comforts of such a primitive condition. The family
consisting of father, mother and half a dozen, or
more, children. The sturdy head of the family sit-
ting at a rough table, after a hard day's work, read-
ing from a much-worn old family Bible. The mother
with knitting-work in hand, and half a dozen, or
more, children respectfully listening; and later in
the evening, we can see the boys climbing up the
ladder on their way to bed in the chamber overhead.
The mother hearing the "now I lay me down to
sleep," and affectionately tucking up the covering of
three or four little fellows in their trundle beds.
But, oh, how swiftly time flies, and we often feel
that it matters but little how swiftly. We may re-
call the pleasant memories of the past and of our
youth, but seldom find the man who would wish to
live the same life over again.

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Noted events in his life were:

• He died on 23 Aug 1849 in Peru , Huron Co, Ohio. 20

Asahel married Emely Adams on 28 Mar 1832 in Peru , Huron Co, Ohio.

Children from this marriage were:

11        i.  Emma Jane Wilcox (born on 12 May 1846 Peru , Huron Co, Ohio - died on 7 Nov 1909 in Newton, Kansas)
         ii.  AlicE. H. Wilcox (, died in 1884)
        iii.  Franklin Eugene Wilcox (born on 4 Dec 1843 Peru , Huron Co, Ohio - died on 18 Oct 1907 , buried in Peru , Huron Co, Ohio)
         iv.  Mary J. Wilcox (born on 21 Nov 1837 Ohio - died on 14 Dec 1921 in Norwalk, Hurom County, Ohio)


23. Emely Adams , daughter of Henry Adams and Anis Or Anna Barr, was born on 27 Sep 1814 in Rowem, Franklin, MA and died on 29 Jan 1897 in Peru , Huron Co, Ohio, at age 82 21.

General Notes:
October 1897
NEW SERIES VOLUME X.
THE FIRELANDS PIONEER
Page 154

Mrs. Emily Adams Wilcox, widow of the late Asahel H. Wilcox and oldest child and daughter of the late Henry and Anna Adams, who were among the earliest pioneers of Huron county, died, Friday morning, January 29, 1897, at her home in Peru township, aged 82 years. She was born September 27, 1814, in Rowe, Mass., and came to Huron county with her parents, when only two years of age. She and her husband resided at Shaw's Mills, near this city for a short time before moving to Peru. Mrs. Wilcox had been resident of this county for over eighty-one years, and lived on the farm where she died most o that time. Her father was one of the oldest and best-known residents of Huron county, and he was one of three men who felled the tree in Peru township. She leaves a sister and three children, Mrs. R.A. Bloome of Norwalk; F. E. Wilcox of Peru, and Mrs. Emma J. Herbert, of Ottawa, Kansas.

Noted events in her life were:

• She died on 29 Jan 1897 in Peru , Huron Co, Ohio. Age 83 buried at Peru Center ( School House) Cemetery, Peru Township

Emely married Asahel Hartfield Wilcox on 28 Mar 1832 in Peru , Huron Co, Ohio.


George Colee 
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24. George Colee 22,23,24,25, was born in 1805 in France? died on 5 Aug 1879 in Clipstine House, Picolata, St. Johns Co., Florida, at age 74 26,27, and was buried on 6 Aug 1879 in St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida 27.

General Notes: Spanish Lands Grants in Fl
Briefed translation from archive of the board of commissioners for Ascertaining claims and titles to Land in the Territory of Florida
Vol. IV CONFIRMED CLAIMS: K-R

PREPARED BY THE HISTORICAL RECORDS SURVEY DIVISION OF COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMS WORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION

STATE LIBRARY BOARD
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
MARCH 1941
9233

Riz, James,et,at.
1 [E] James and Tryphena Riz, co-heirs surviving there late father, William Riz,claim through James Riz, their attorney-in-fact,640 acres at Picolata o St. Johns river, bounded on the west by said river, and north and south by lands of Edward M Wanton; a donation grant to their father who was in actual possession of it at the time of the cession of this territory to the United states. Their father, their mother, Sister, Mr. GEORGE COLEE and several Negroes occupied and cultivated this land from April 1821 to Dec. 1821, When upon the death of their father and mother, and because of illness in the family, they were obliged to retire to the city.
2 [E] GEORGE COLEE deposes, 9/9/1824, before E.B. Gould, J.P., in St. johns county, That he WORKED for William Riz, father of the claimant, from December 1820 until his death, October 1821; THAT William Riz and his wife, on account of sickness, were forced to retire to the city.
3 [E] Horatio S. Dexter, having seen Colee's deposition, deposes confirming it, adding that he was in the habit of visiting Riz at Picolata where he saw him clearing and improving the land and planting fruit trees with his slaves. the Riz,family consisted of 6 white and 10 to 12 Negroes.
4[E] James Hall deposes, 6/14/1825, that he was acquainted with Lewis Quibent previous to 1818, who purchases 400 acres at Cedar Head near Picolata [sic]: that around Christmas 1821, he and Colonel Smith of New York visited at the Plantation of William Riz where they saw GEORGE COLEE and TRYPHENA RIZ who were ill and it was understood would have to be removed from the place; that due to this state of affairs the deponent and said Smith left the house and encamped about 200 yards from the Riz home from which place they could see the small log house at Quibert [Quibent?] on Mr. wanton's old field. Besides his house at the landing, Quibert was building a house at Cedar Head, where it still remains. 26,28

Noted events in his life were:

• He signed a will in St Augustine, St Johns County, Florida. 29 21 Nov 1983 Letter To St. Johns County Probate Div., St Augustine, St Johns County, Florida from Robert Whitecar

• He was employed in 1830 in Occupations Were Varied, Picolata, St Johns County, Florida. 26 Kathryn Colee's biography list George's occupations as
Schoolmaster, Notary Public, Postmaster ( served gratis)
Surveyor, and Large land owner.
He also operated a ferry at Picolata to cross the St. Johns
River. There are some records indicating that he owned the
stage line between St. Augustine and Picolata. This would
explained the 1850 census citation of "Carter".

• Milit-Beg: 1835, 2ND Seminole War, Picolata, St John County, Florida. 30 During his service, according to Kathryn's biography, George
had several olffers of a commission but declined them so that
he could remain with the common soldiers, many of whom were his
neighbors.

• No Name: 16 Mar 1934, Historical Error, Ft Lauderdale, Florida. 31,32 This is the apocryphal story of the massacre of George's family
in 1836, during the 2nd Seminole War on the banks of the New
River. The monument dedication was arranged by the city of Ft.
Lauderdale and the Daughters of the American Revolution.
City of Ft Lauderdale Florida
Proclamation:
Whereas, the Colee Monument Committee, The Daughters of the
American Revolution and the City of Ft. Lauderdale have built a
monument to commemorate the historical "Colee Massacre", a
result of the Indian uprising which effectually destroyed the
earliest known white settlement on the banks of the New River
in the period following the Seminole Indian War and
Whereas, a widely advertised celebration is planned for the
afternoon of Friday, March 16, 1934 at 2:45 o'clock, at Tarpon
Bend Park on the River, which celebration will be attended by
descendants of the Colee family, including the Honorable Harold
Colee, now a colonel on the staff of the Governor of the state
of Florida, various Federal, State ,County, and City Officials
as well as civic and business organizations:
Now therefore, I hereby proclaim Friday, March 16, 1934, as
Colee Monument Day and call on all citizens and visitors to
observe this day by attending the dedication exercises, and
request business men and citizens to decorate their places of
business and houses with flags and other suitable decorations.
/s/ E.A. Pynchon
Mayor
City of Ft. Lauderdale
January 3,1934
(Seal)
The monument is on the banks of the New River just off Las Olas
Blvd. in the residential section of the city.
According to the story after William's death in 1837 ( see
Williams Bio,) The family left their Picolata home and remained
away for five (5) years. When George returned to Picolata he
told of an encounter with indians near a great lake.
Accordingly George had attempted to establish the first white
settlement on New River on the Hammock named for his family.
This same land was supposed to be a prime farming plot of the
Seminoles, who didn't take kindly to being moved off their
land. Plans were made and acted upon and while George and his
oldest son were supposed to have gone to Key West for supplies.
The family were warned of the impending attack by a friendly
brave b ut did not act upon the information.
This act by the brave was to cost him his ears and he was
banished to a lonely island in the everglades. He later was
found to wander from Key West to West Palm Beach Known as crop
ear Charley He died in 1922.
The occasion was declared a holiday by the mayor, Ed. A.
Pynchon. It will also mark the closing of the annual DAR
conference held in Miami that year.
Attending the ceremony were Mrs. Allene Colee Silcox, Mrs
Vivian Colee Hunter Whitaker, Mr. & Mrs. Samuel J. Colee &
Family, Mrs.. Eva Colee Harris & daughter, Mrs.. Jesse Colee
Thomas & daughter all from New Smyrna. Mrs.. Marquita Thomas
Holly from Miami. Mrs.. Lillian Colee Mickler, Mrs.. Ethel
Colee Martinez, Mr Paul Mickler and Miss Margaret King from
Coral Gables. Col. Harold Colee & his wife, & Harold Colee
Jr... from Jacksonville and Joseph Colee and Mr & Mrs.. Arthur
Colee of St Augustine.
After the dedication all were entertained by a tea at the
residence of Mr. Frank Stranahan on the New River.
The error stood for many years before it was discovered that
the family massacred there were the wife, children and teacher
of a Mr. Cooley. In 1999 the error was corrected by the placing
of a monument to the correct family side by side with the
erroneous one.

• Deed Actio: 10 Jul 1844, Land Patent, St Augustine, St. Johns County, Florida. 33 One year before Florida became a State George was granted a
patent on approximately 56 & 1/2 acres of land in the Sands
District.

• He appeared on the census on 1 Jun 1840 in Federal Census, Picolata, St. Johns County, Florida, USA. 34 In this enumeration George has 3 children all males under 10
years of age 2 under 5. This would indicate James, William, and
George jr.

• Deed Actio: 22 Sep 1847, General Land Office Record, St Johns County, Florida, USA. 35 Land Patent certificate # 179A to George Colee for 159 acres in
the district of Sands. Bounty for Seminole Indian War service.

• Deed Actio: Apr 1821, Spanish Land Grant Depositions, St. Augustine, St. Johns County, Florida, USA. 36 This document contains 4 depositions which confirm that George
Colee worked for the Riz Family from Dec 1820 until at least
Dec 1821 and that he was in Picolatano later than April 1821.

George married Tryphena Riz on 7 Sep 1828 in Civil Ceremony, St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida 26,37,38,39,40.

Marriage Notes: After their marriage Kathryn Colee states that they built their
home and they enteretained extensivly, however George was
inclined to make these parties more of an informal affair.
A room in his home dedicated as a library would indicate that
George was well read and his guest readily accepted the advice
he was prone to give according o the same source.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Tryphena Colee (born in St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida - died on 10 Sep 1878 in Infant Death @ 6 Mos. Of Age., St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida)
         ii.  James Lewis Colee (born on 25 Feb 1832 St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida - died on 8 Jan 1912 in St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida)
        iii.  William Pious Colee Sr. (born about 1834 St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida)
         iv.  William Colee (born in 1840)
          v.  George A. Colee (born in 1836 St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida - died on 13 Oct 1911 in Headstone -San Lorenzo Cemetery, St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida)
12       vi.  Charles Henry Colee Sr. (born on 9 Jul 1846 Picolata, St Johns, FL - died on 10 May 1895 in Picolata, St Johns, FL)
        vii.  Jim Colee ()


25. Tryphena Riz , daughter of William Riz and Tryphena, was born in 1804 in England, was christened on 22 Jan 1804 in Spitalfields Chr, Church, Stepney, London England died on 10 Sep 1878 at Sons Home In Bakersfield, Bakersfield, St Johns County, Florida, at age 74 27, and was buried on 12 Sep 1878 in Bakersfield Cemetery, Bakersfield, St Johns County, Florida 27.

General Notes: Reference notes: in the letter cited SJ mentions that the Riz
Family was of the aristocracy of England.

Tryphena married George Colee 22,23,24,25 on 7 Sep 1828 in Civil Ceremony, St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida 26,37,38,39,40.


26. Samuel Lightbourn Bell 41, son of John Conrad Bell and Catherine F. M. Lightbourn, was born on 5 Dec 1830 in Blackville , Brnwll, S. C. and died on 28 Dec 1883 in Florida, at age 53.

General Notes:
1880 U.S. census
Census Place: Precinct 4, St Johns, Florida
Source: FHL Film 1254131 National Archives Film T9-0131, Page 107A

Samuel L. BELL, self, M, married, white, 50, b. SC, Occ: Blacksmith, Fa:SC, Mo:GA
Julia M. BELL, wife, F, married, white, 43, b. SC, Occ: Keeps house, Ga:SC, Mo:GA
Daniel J. BELL, son, M, single, white, 27, b. SC, Occ: Help in shop, Fa:SC, Mo:SC
Sam J. BELL, son, M, single, white, 21, Occ: Assist. Blocker, Fa:SC, Mo:SC
Julia L. BELL, dau, F, single, white, 16, b. SC, Fa:SC, Mo:SC
Lilian BELL, dau, F, single, white, 14, b. SC, Fa:SC, Mo:SC
Rosa BELL, dau, F, single, white, 11, b. SC, Fa:SC, Mo:SC
Kate BELL, dau, F, single, white, 7, b. FL, Fa:SC, Mo:SC
Herbert BELL, son, M, single, white, 5, FL, Fa:SC, Mo:SC
Per LDS…….
Samuel Lightbourne BELL was born 05 Dec 1830, and died 22 March 1902 in Palatka, Putnam Co., FL
Information from:
TYBEETIDE @ aol.com
Sherry

Samuel married Julia Matilda Jewell.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Daniel J. Bell (born on 19 Oct 1853 Blackville , Brnwll, S. C.)
13       ii.  Margret Minnie Lightbron Bell (born on 18 Feb 1855 Greenville, South Caroline - died on 17 Jul 1934 in New Smyrna Beach, Volusia Florida)
        iii.  Samuel Julian Bell (born on 5 Mar 1857 Blackville , Brnwll, S. C.)
         iv.  Ellen Cecilia Bell (born on 11 Apr 1859 Blackville , Brnwll, S. C.)
          v.  Julia Louise Bell (born on 8 Nov 1861 Blackville , Brnwll, S. C. - died on 25 Feb 1911)
         vi.  Lawrence E Bell (born on 8 Jun 1864 Blackville , Brnwll, S. C. - died on 3 Aug 1864 in S.C.)
        vii.  Lilian Viola Bell (born on 27 Oct 1865 Blackville , Brnwll, S. C.)
       viii.  Rosa Emma Bell (born on 8 Sep 1869 Picolata, St Johns, FL - died on 1 Sep)
         ix.  Catherne Mary Francis Bell (born on 1 Nov 1872 St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida)
          x.  Herbert Elliott Bell (born on 22 Mar 1875 Picolata, St Johns, FL - died on 18 Jun 1903)


27. Julia Matilda Jewell , daughter of Unknown and Ceclia Oring Denneby, was born on 5 Mar 1836 in Blackville , Brnwll, S. C.

Julia married Samuel Lightbourn Bell.


28. James Coleman Hardy Sr.

James married (name unknown).

James next married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

14        i.  Reubin Pearce Hardy (born on 8 Dec 1859 Aster, Marion, Florida - died on 14 Jan 1931 in New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida)
         ii.  James Coleman Hardy Jr. (born on 9 May 1863 - died in Sep 1931 , buried in Edgewater Cemetery, Volusia co., Fl)


30. George-Jim Bennett , was born about 1843 in Georgia and died in New Smyrna Beach, Volusia, Florida.

George-Jim married Nancy Elizibeth Harris.

Children from this marriage were:

15        i.  Francis Selina Bennett (born on 14 May 1870 Georgia - died on 14 Feb 1963 in Deland, Florida)


31. Nancy Elizibeth Harris , was born about 1843 in Georgia.

Nancy married George-Jim Bennett.



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36. John (Jack?) Evans III 42, son of John Evans Jr and Unknown, was born in 1770 in Berkeley County, Virginia and died on 12 Dec 1800 in Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia, at age 30. Ancestral File Number: 1HS0-R5J.

John married Mary Polly Van Meter on 26 Jan 1797 in Wheeling, W.V.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John Vanmetre Evans (born on 10 Apr 1800 Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia - died on 19 Dec 1886 in Ross Twnshp, , Greene, Ohio)
         ii.  Abraham Evans (born about 1802 Berkeley, VA ( Now W.VA.))
        iii.  Jacob (M Walker) Evans (born about 1804 Berkeley, VA ( Now W.VA.))
         iv.  Tillison ( Mary Orr) Evans (born about 1806 Berkeley, VA ( Now W.VA.) - , died in Berkeley, VA ( Now W.VA.))
          v.  Issa B. Evans (born about 1808 Berkeley, VA ( Now W.VA.))
         vi.  Hesekia M Bell Evans (born about 1810 Berkeley, VA ( Now W.VA.) - , died in Berkeley, VA ( Now W.VA.))
18      vii.  Wesley J Evans (born on 30 Dec 1811 Berkely Co., VA.(W.VA.) - died on 5 Nov 1890 in Keysville, Crawford, MO.)

John next married Margaret Boyles Jackson.


37. Mary Polly Van Meter 42,43, daughter of Jacob Van Meter and Isabella Evans, was born in 1779 in Berkeley County, Virginia and died in 1850 in Berkeley County, Virginia, at age 71. Ancestral File Number: K8RX-J4.

Mary married John (Jack?) Evans III on 26 Jan 1797 in Wheeling, W.V.


38. Samuel Johnson 44,45,46,47,48,49, son of John Johnson III and Lydia Watkins, was born in 1761 in Hanover County, Virginia 44,45,46,47,48,49,50 and died on 29 Oct 1852 in Greene Co., OH (Prop. Jamest, at age 91 44,45,46,47,48,49,51.

General Notes:
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Samuel married Susannah Moorman 44,45,46,47,48,49 in 1788 in South River Mh, Bedford County, Virginia 44,52.

Children from this marriage were:

19        i.  Dosha Gertrude Johnson (born on 22 Apr 1811 Greene, Co.OH.(Jamestown - died on 6 Oct 1890 in Keysville, Crawford, MO.)


39. Susannah Moorman 43,44,45,46,47,48,49, daughter of Micajah Moorman and Susannah Chiles, was born on 15 May 1771 in Campbell, VA 44,45,46,47,48,49,52 and died on 4 Oct 1823 in Greene, OH, at age 52 44,45,46,47,48,49,51.

General Notes:
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Susannah married Samuel Johnson 44,45,46,47,48,49 in 1788 in South River Mh, Bedford County, Virginia 44,52.


40. James Herbert , was born on 23 Apr 1774 and died on 19 Apr 1849 in Fulton, IL, at age 74.

General Notes: Notes taken from Herbert Family. By: H.K. Bowen obtained copy from Orgeon State Library 1986. Anise Whitaker Prater records given to Donna Whitaker Tilton on the 11 Jan. 1995.

James married Barbara Maria Truax.

Children from this marriage were:

20        i.  William Herbert (born on 16 Nov 1803 New York - died on 19 Apr 1895)


41. Barbara Maria Truax , daughter of Willem Truax and Anna Elizaberth Zeybel Seibel, was born in 1777 in B Schesharie, N.Y. and died on 8 Jan 1856 in Henery Co, IA ? IL., at age 79.

Barbara married James Herbert.


42. Peter Brown , son of John Brown and Bettsy Thatcher, was born on 17 Feb 1781 in Norwich, Windsor, VT and died on 2 Dec 1862 in Huron Co., OH, at age 81.

General Notes: Marriage: 1st: Beulah Conant 1803
Born 3 Aug 1784
Died 1809 At Greensboro, Orleans, VT
Birth Place Warwick, Ma

Peter married Beulah Conant in 1803 43.

Children from this marriage were:

21        i.  Maria Brown (born on 17 Jun 1806 Orleans Co., VT. - died on 28 Dec 1881)

Peter next married Hannah Griswold, in Oct 1813 in Susquehanna Co, Penn 43.


43. Beulah Conant , daughter of John Conant and Sarah Leonard, was born on 3 Aug 1784 in Warwick, MA and died in 1809 in Greensboro, Orleans, VT, at age 25.

General Notes: MEMORIAL: Genealogical, Historical, and Biographical, of Solomon Leonard, 1637 By Manning Leonard, Southbridge, Mass

Noted events in her life were:

• She was born on 3 Aug 1784 in Warwick, VT?.

Beulah married Peter Brown in 1803 43.


44. Daniel Wilcox , died in 1820.

General Notes: F.E. Wilcox, who was born December 4, 183, in Peru township, is a grandson of Daniel Wilcox. Ashabel Wilcox, father of subject, was born September 2, 1805, at Gorham, ontario Co., NY and migrated to Ohio 1820.

On March 28, 1832, He married Emily Adams, and they located in Peru township , Huron county, where, with the exception of a short time passed in Crawford county, Ohio, he resided until his death, Which occurred during the cholera epidemic of 1849. His widow lives with her son F. E. Wilcox, on the home farm.

F.E. Wilcox, whose name appears at the head of this sketch, received his primary education in the schools of Peru township. When he was six years old his father died , and the lad was reared at the home of his grandfather. On November 6, 1873 he married Dorcas A. Perry, who was born October 15, 1848, in Peru township, a daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth (Tillson) Perry.

Daniel married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

22        i.  Asahel Hartfield Wilcox (born on 21 Sep 1805 Ontario Co. NY - died on 23 Aug 1849 in Peru , Huron Co, Ohio)


46. Henry Adams 42, son of Levi Adams Sgt. and Dolly Houghton, was born on 16 Oct 1790 in Marlboro, Windham, Vermont and died on 24 May 1881 in Peru, Huron, OH, at age 90. Ancestral File Number: 22L2-5X0.

General Notes: June 1858 Firelands Pioneer Magazine
Peru, Aug. 25th, 1857

Mr. G. T. Stewart- Dear Sir- In compliance with a request, in a handbill sent to me by mail, I transmit to you a few incidents of the early settlement of Peru, Huron Co., Ohio, then called Vredenburgh on the eleventh day of June, 1815--viz: Henry Adams, Elihu Clary, and William Smith. Adams was from Halifax, Vt, Clary and Smith from Deerfield, Mass. They Passed through the eastern part of the township, crossed the east branch of Huron river, a few rods below where the bridge now stands in Macksvilel--so called after Daniel Mack. They passed on to the house of Bildad Adams, Esq., on the center road in Greenfield, opposite the tavern of Cyprus W. Marsh, where they boarded a few days,While they put up a log shanty, which was done on the 15th of June, 1815, on Lot no. 5, in the first section in Peru, as is now called. Here Elihu Clary cut the first tree ever cut by a settler, on the 15th of June aforesaid. In this shanty we lived and cooked our on board until October, 1815, when we built a good log house a few rods west of the shanty; and on the 23d day of October my wife arrived from Deerfield, aforesaid. She came with an uncle of mine, in a wagon, to Buffalo, with a few household goods of mine. At buffalo he shipped the goods, on account of bad roads; and he mounted one horse, and she the other, in a man's saddle, and came through to Peru, a distance of 250 miles, in seven days--some of the way over roads that would now be considered impassable. She was the first female settler, and she had a son the 12th day of Oct, 1816, the first white child born in the township. His name was Elihu ward clary--he died at Peru, June 11 1824. My wife Parley clary, died at Peru, June 18th, 1830, age thirty-seven years and eight Months. the first death in Peru, I think was a child of Daniel Mack, whose name I have forgotten.

The first religious meeting was held at the house of my father Elijah Clary.-Alvin Coe--Presbyterian, preached in the school house, I think, in 1818.

I was born in 1791, in Montague, Massachusetts; am now living in Bedford, Monroe Co., Michigan, Oct. 10th, 1857--consequently I am sixty-six years and three months old this day. Henry Adams is still living in Peru, I believe. William Smith is living in Illinois, i suppose.

At the time we came to Peru there was not one foot of road laid out in the township. We endured all the privations and hardships that generally attend the first settlement of a new country--living at one time three weeks on pudding and molasses in the spring of 1816- not for want of money, which was then very plenty, but provisions were not to be had in Huron County, and the roads to the South were at that time impassable with teams; but soon the warmth of the sun dispelled the clouds and dried up the mud, and teams came in with pork and flour. A drove of cows arrived, and we again had plenty .Pork, fresh butchered, sold for $12.50 per hundred. Cows sold at from $25 to $35 each, with young calves by their sides.

Respectfully Yours,
Elihu Clary



June 1882 PRICE 50 CENTS
NEW SERIES. VOL 1.

THE
Fire Lands Pioneer;
Published by the
Fire Lands Historical Society,
Headquarters in
THE WHITTLESEY BUILDING,
Norwalk, Ohio
THE NORWALK CHRONICLE PRINT
NORWALK, O.
1882


HENRY ADAMS.
It is said that every industrious, exemplary citizen is worth five hundred dollars per year to the body politic. If that is the case, such a man as Henry Adams, who lived more than ninety years, and was all his life an industrious, honest man, and who to this added an
earnest Christian life, was worth about his weight in gold.
He was born in Halifax, Windham County, Vermont, October 16, 1790. Annis Barr was born in Roe, Franklin County, Mass., February 5, 1788. They were married October 14, 1813.
He felled the first tree and built the first log cabin in the township of Peru. On his way he arrived at Cleveland on New Year's day, 1815, where he first heard that peace had been declared with Great Britain. His wife came from Massachusetts in the fall of 1816 with her infant daughter, in the company of the wife of Newell Adams and her father, Mr. Bliss. At Buffalo one of the horses giving out, the two women came from Buffalo, N.Y., two hundred and fifty miles, through the wilderness on foot.
After enduring the hardships of Pioneer life, they were well prepared to enjoy the comforts of home where they lived so many years, fitted up by their industry and economy. After living a consistent Christian life for many years, Annis Adams died in Peru, Dec. 3, 1858, aged 71 years.
Henry Adams died May 24, 1881, aged 90 years, 7 months and 8 days. He lived 66 years on the same farm where he died. He took an active interest in the agricultural affairs of the County; and was an active member of the Fire lands Historical Society from its first organization; attended its meetings with much interest. He was a faithful and earnest member of the Methodist Episcopal Church from 1824 to the close of his life; and all his living children and grand-children are worthy members of the same Church:
WHEREAS, It has pleased our Heavenly Father to take unto Himself our aged brother and friend, Henry Adams, who died may 24th, 1881, at the age 90 years 6 months; who was for 57 years a faithful member of the Methodist Episcopal Church; therefore
RESOLVED, That we, as a Quarterly Conference hereby express our sense of loss and high appreciation of the departed, who for 25 years was a class leader; 34 years a Church Trustee, and 56 years a circuit Steward; and who by his fidelity to the Church was both blessing and an honor to it.
RESOLVED, That in the death of our brother, society has lost a worthy member and the Church a liberal supporter.
RESOLVED, That our sympathies be hereby extended to the bereaved friends of the deceased; yet remembering that their loss is his eternal gain; and that these Resolutions be entered in the Quarterly Conference Records, and a copy of the same be given to the friends of the deceased.

Henry married Anis Or Anna Barr on 14 Oct 1813 in Rowe, Franklin, MA.

Children from this marriage were:

23        i.  Emely Adams (born on 27 Sep 1814 Rowem, Franklin, MA - died on 29 Jan 1897 in Peru , Huron Co, Ohio)
         ii.  Caroline Adams (born on 27 Feb 1818 Peru , Huron Co, Ohio - died on 2 Aug 1883 in Texas)
        iii.  Levi Adams (born on 27 Dec 1820 Peru , Huron Co, Ohio - died on 5 Aug 1821 in Peru , Huron Co, Ohio)
         iv.  Simeon Franklin Adams (born on 28 Oct 1821 Peru , Huron Co, Ohio - died on 15 May 1822)
          v.  Franklin Lourent Costor Adams (born on 5 Jun 1823 Peru , Huron Co, Ohio - died on 5 Aug 1840)
         vi.  Jane Adams (born on 6 Apr 1825 Peru , Huron Co, Ohio - died about 1895 in Norwalk, Hurom County, Ohio)
        vii.  Levi Adams 2nd (born on 20 Jul 1827 Peru , Huron Co, Ohio - died on 24 Nov 1829)
       viii.  Alonzo Adams (born on 15 Apr 1830 Peru , Huron Co, Ohio - died on 29 May 1865 in Peru , Huron Co, Ohio)
         ix.  Melissa Adams (born on 15 Apr 1830 Peru , Huron Co, Ohio - died in 1906 in Toledo, Ohio)


47. Anis Or Anna Barr , daughter of Simeon Barr and Jerusha, was born on 5 Feb 1789 in Rowe, Franklin, MA and died on 5 Dec 1859 in Peru, Huron, OH, at age 70.

Anis married Henry Adams on 14 Oct 1813 in Rowe, Franklin, MA.


50. William Riz , was born in 1788 in Stepney, London, England ? and died on 4 Jul 1859 in St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida, at age 71.

General Notes: Birth: Daughter Tryphena Blessed 22 Jan 1804 Spitalfields Christ Church,
Stepney, London, England.

Birth: Stepney May Or May Not Be The Home Of William Riz.

Notes taken from the St. Augustine Historical Library. Book Public Lands. Book Lands Claim in Fla. Pages 856,857,858,859,860,861,862,Vol 4 Ref-G343.02 uni. 36

Noted events in his life were:

• He died on 4 Jul 1859 in St. Augustine, St. Johns Co., Florida.

William married Tryphena.

Children from this marriage were:

25        i.  Tryphena Riz (born in 1804 England - died on 10 Sep 1878 at Sons Home In Bakersfield, Bakersfield, St Johns County, Florida)
         ii.  Louisa Elizabeth Riz (born in Aug 1806 England - died on 2 Nov 1821 in St. Augustine, FL St. Johns Co.)

William next married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

25        i.  Tryphena Riz (born in 1804 England - died on 10 Sep 1878 at Sons Home In Bakersfield, Bakersfield, St Johns County, Florida)
         ii.  James Riz (born in England)
        iii.  Louisa Elizabeth Riz (born in Aug 1806 England - died on 2 Nov 1821 in St. Augustine , St. Johns , Florida)


51. Tryphena , was born in England.

Tryphena married William Riz.


52. John Conrad Bell , was born about 1804 in Columbia, Richard, SC.

John married Catherine F. M. Lightbourn.

Children from this marriage were:

26        i.  Samuel Lightbourn Bell (born on 5 Dec 1830 Blackville , Brnwll, S. C. - died on 28 Dec 1883 in Florida)


53. Catherine F. M. Lightbourn , was born about 1808 in Columbia, Richard, SC.

Catherine married John Conrad Bell.


55. Ceclia Oring Denneby .

Ceclia married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

27        i.  Julia Matilda Jewell (born on 5 Mar 1836 Blackville , Brnwll, S. C.)

Ceclia married Daniel John Jewell.

Children from this marriage were:

27        i.  Julia Matilda Jewell (born on 5 Mar 1836 Blackville , Brnwll, S. C.)



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72. John Evans Jr 42, son of John Evans Sr and Polly Metre, was born in 1747 in Berkeley County, Virginia and died on 12 Dec 1800 in Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia, at age 53. Ancestral File Number: KJT1-H0.

General Notes: Marriage:first wife Mary Polly LVan Meter 1769.
Second Wife: Margaret (Boyles) Jackson. Marriage date unkown.

John married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

36        i.  John (Jack?) Evans III (born in 1770 Berkeley County, Virginia - died on 12 Dec 1800 in Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia)

John married Margaret Boyles Jackson.


74. Jacob Van Meter 42, son of Abraham Van Meter and Ruth Hedges, was born in 1745 in Berkeley County, Virginia died on 24 Jan 1838 in Fairfield, OH, at age 93, and was buried in Martinsburg, Kildare Cem., WV. Ancestral File Number: K8RX-P0.

Jacob married Isabella Evans in 1771 in Berkeley, VA ( Now W.VA.)

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Abraham Van Meter (born on 24 Mar 1769 Berkeley County, Virginia)
         ii.  Joseph Van Meter (born about 1771 Berkeley County, Virginia)
        iii.  Magdalena Van Meter (born about 1772 Berkeley County, Virginia)
         iv.  Isabella Van Meter (born in 1774 Berkeley County, Virginia - died in 1853)
          v.  Isaac Van Meter (born on 26 Jun 1776 Berkeley County, Virginia - died on 15 Jan 1828 in Berkeley County, Virginia)
         vi.  Jacob Van Meter (born in 1777 Berkeley County, Virginia)
37      vii.  Mary Polly Van Meter (born in 1779 Berkeley County, Virginia - died in 1850 in Berkeley County, Virginia)
       viii.  Nancy Ann Van Meter (born in 1781 Berkeley County, Virginia)
         ix.  Ruth Van Meter (born in 1782 Berkeley County, Virginia)
          x.  Elizabeth Van Meter (born in 1784 Martinsburg, Berkeley County, Virginia - died about 1809 in Martinsburg, Berkeley County, Virginia)


75. Isabella Evans 42, daughter of John Evans Sr and Polly Metre, was born in 1746 in Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia died on 28 Jun 1817 in Berkeley County, Virginia, at age 71, and was buried in J. Vanmetre Cem., Berkeley County, Virginia. Ancestral File Number: K8RX-9W.

Isabella married Jacob Van Meter in 1771 in Berkeley, VA ( Now W.VA.)


76. John Johnson III 42,44,45,46,47,48, son of John Johnson II and Elizabeth Ellyson, was born on 20 May 1734 in St. Paul's Parish, Hanover Co., Virginia 44,45,46,47,48,53 and died about 1816 in Hanover Co., Virginia [Possibly 1827], about age 82 44,45,46,47,48,51. Ancestral File Number: 8J37-1S.

John married Lydia Watkins 44,45,46,47,48 on 13 Jul 1754 in Cedar Creek Quaker Mh, Hanover County, VA 44,50.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Judith Johnson (born on 13 Aug 1755 Hanover County, Virginia - died wft est. 1782-1849)
         ii.  Susannah Johnson (born on 28 Mar 1757 Hanover County, Virginia - died wft est. 1810-1852)
        iii.  James C. Johnson (born on 27 Aug 1758 Hanover County, Virginia - died after 1812 in Ohio)
38       iv.  Samuel Johnson (born in 1761 Hanover County, Virginia - died on 29 Oct 1852 in Greene Co., OH (Prop. Jamest)
          v.  Joseph E. Johnson (born on 1 Oct 1763 Hanover County, Virginia - died in 1844 in (Ohio))
         vi.  John Johnson IV (born on 5 Feb 1766 Hanover County, Virginia - died wft est. 1795-1857)
        vii.  Thomas Johnson (born on 29 Dec 1769 Hanover County, Virginia - died wft est. 1770-1859)
       viii.  Jonathan Johnson (born on 13 Apr 1771 Hanover County, Virginia - died wft est. 1772-1861)
         ix.  Lydia Johnson (born on 29 Jan 1779 Hanover County, Virginia - died wft est. 1805-1873)


77. Lydia Watkins 44,45,46,47,48, daughter of Benjamin Watkins and Jane Watkins, was born about 1736 in (Virginia) 44,45,46,47,48,51 and died after 1779 in Virginia 44,45,46,47,48,51.

Lydia married John Johnson III 44,45,46,47,48 on 13 Jul 1754 in Cedar Creek Quaker Mh, Hanover County, VA 44,50.


78. Micajah Moorman , son of Thomas Moorman and Rachel Clark, was born in 1735 in , Bedford, VA died in 1765 in , Bedford, VA, at age 30, and was buried in Moorman Cem, Jamestown, OH.

Micajah married Susannah Chiles on 13 Oct 1754 in Cedar Creek, , VA.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Thomas Clark Moorman (born on 11 Dec 1755 , Bedford, VA - died on 26 Dec 1845 in Jamestown, Green, OH)
         ii.  Chiles Moorman (born on 6 Jun 1758 , Bedford, VA - died on 22 Sep 1768)
        iii.  Elizabeth Moorman (born on 30 Oct 1760 , Bedford, VA)
         iv.  Rachel Moorman (born on 11 Mar 1763 , Bedford, VA)
          v.  Mildred Moorman (born on 15 Mar 1765 Bedford, , VA - died on 18 Jan 1852 in Seneca, , OH)
         vi.  Charles Moorman (born on 8 Jan 1767 , Campbell, VA)
        vii.  Rhoda Moorman (born on 15 Aug 1769 , Bedford, VA)
39     viii.  Susannah Moorman (born on 15 May 1771 Campbell, VA - died on 4 Oct 1823 in Greene, OH)
         ix.  Dosha Moorman (born on 18 Mar 1773 , Campbell, VA)
          x.  Nancy Moorman (born on 18 Mar 1775 , Campbell, VA)
         xi.  Sarah Moorman (born on 1 Jun 1778 , Bedford, VA - died on 6 Feb 1863)
        xii.  Molly Moorman (born on 15 Apr 1782 , Campbell, VA)


79. Susannah Chiles , daughter of Manoah Chiles and Unknown, was born on 7 Aug 1738 in , Caroline, VA and died on 28 Dec 1822 in , , VA, at age 84.

Susannah married Micajah Moorman on 13 Oct 1754 in Cedar Creek, , VA.


82. Willem Truax , son of Jacob Truax and Lysbet Delagrange, was born on 15 Sep 1732 in Schenectedy, NY.

Willem married (name unknown) on 12 Apr 1760 in Schoharie, NY.

Children from this marriage were:

41        i.  Barbara Maria Truax (born in 1777 B Schesharie, N.Y. - died on 8 Jan 1856 in Henery Co, IA ? IL.)

Willem married Anna Elizaberth Zeybel Seibel on 12 Apr 1760 in Schoharie, NY.

Children from this marriage were:

41        i.  Barbara Maria Truax (born in 1777 B Schesharie, N.Y. - died on 8 Jan 1856 in Henery Co, IA ? IL.)


83. Anna Elizaberth Zeybel Seibel , daughter of George Zeybel Seibel and Anna Maria Reyin, was born on 15 Apr 1747 in Schoharie, NY.

Anna married Willem Truax on 12 Apr 1760 in Schoharie, NY.


84. John Brown , son of Samuel Brown and Unknown, was born on 20 Jan 1754 in Bolton, Bolland, Conn. and died on 20 Apr 1821 in Barton, Orleans, VT, at age 67.

John married Bettsy Thatcher on 5 Mar 1777.

Children from this marriage were:

42        i.  Peter Brown (born on 17 Feb 1781 Norwich, Windsor, VT - died on 2 Dec 1862 in Huron Co., OH)


85. Bettsy Thatcher , was born on 28 Jan 1753 in Bolton, (Hartland)Tollan, Conn.

Bettsy married John Brown on 5 Mar 1777.


86. John Conant 43, son of Ezra Conant and Millicent Newell, was born on 21 Jul 1748 in Dudley, Worcester, Mass., was christened on 3 Sep 1758 in Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts, and died in Craftsbury, Orleans, VT.

John married Sarah Leonard on 30 Dec 1779.

Children from this marriage were:

43        i.  Beulah Conant (born on 3 Aug 1784 Warwick, MA - died in 1809 in Greensboro, Orleans, VT)


87. Sarah Leonard 43, was born about 1762 in <Dudley, Worcester, Mass.>.

Sarah married John Conant on 30 Dec 1779.


92. Levi Adams Sgt. 42, son of Nathan Adams and Hannah Rood, was born on 1 Aug 1761 in Levi, Franklin, MA died on 18 Jan 1832 in Halifax, Plymouth, VT, at age 70, and was buried in Halifax, Windham, Vermont. Ancestral File Number: 1HQM-KJ6.

General Notes: DEATH: SGT-VT REISH-51194404

Noted events in his life were:

• He served in the military in Vermont. Sgt. Levi Adams Vt.- rev war 511940

Levi married Dolly Houghton on 26 Nov 1789 in Halifax, Windham, Vermont.

Children from this marriage were:

46        i.  Henry Adams (born on 16 Oct 1790 Marlboro, Windham, Vermont - died on 24 May 1881 in Peru, Huron, OH)
         ii.  Austin Adams (born on 26 Feb 1792 Marlboro, Windham, Vermont - died on 10 Apr 1865)
        iii.  Newell L Adams (born on 3 Feb 1796 Halifax, Windham, Vermont - died in 1876)
         iv.  Alden (Aldon) Adams (born on 29 Jul 1798 Halifax, Windham, Vermont - died on 3 Jun 1866)
          v.  Levi Jr Adams (born on 26 Feb 1802 Halifax, Windham, Vermont - died on 15 Sep 1857)
         vi.  Baxter Adams (born on 4 Apr 1806 Halifax, Windham, Vermont - died in 1871)
        vii.  Edward Franklin Adams (born on 25 Mar 1813 Marlboro, Windham, Vermont - died in 1884-1885)
       viii.  Bradley Adams (born on 21 Jan 1804 Halifax, Windham, Vermont - died on 20 Jan 1879)
         ix.  Orinda Almira Adams (born on 9 Jan 1800 Halifax, Windham, Vermont - died on 6 Dec 1891 in Albion, Calhoun, MI)
          x.  Willard Ross Adams (born on 11 May 1811 Halifax, Windham, Vermont - died in Mar 1884 in Almond, Portage, Wisconsin)


93. Dolly Houghton 42, daughter of Soloman Houghton and Deliverance Ross, was born on 22 Apr 1770 in Lancaster, , Massachusetts and died on 26 Mar 1852 in Halifax, , Vermont, at age 81. Ancestral File Number: 1HQM-KKD.

Dolly married Levi Adams Sgt. on 26 Nov 1789 in Halifax, Windham, Vermont.


94. Simeon Barr , son of David Barr and Keziah Cannon, was born in 1762 in Worchester, MA and died on 24 Feb 1826 in Rome, Franklin, MA., at age 64.

Simeon married Jerusha in 1786.

Children from this marriage were:

47        i.  Anis Or Anna Barr (born on 5 Feb 1789 Rowe, Franklin, MA - died on 5 Dec 1859 in Peru, Huron, OH)
         ii.  Simeon Barr (born on 10 Aug 1794 Rowe, Franklin, MA)


95. Jerusha .

Jerusha married Simeon Barr in 1786.



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144. John Evans Sr 42, son of John Evans and Unknown, was born in 1718 in Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia and died in 1802 in Berkeley, West Virginia, at age 84. Ancestral File Number: KJT1-GS.

John married Polly Metre in 1743.

Children from this marriage were:

75        i.  Isabella Evans (born in 1746 Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia - died on 28 Jun 1817 in Berkeley County, Virginia)
72       ii.  John Evans Jr (born in 1747 Berkeley County, Virginia - died on 12 Dec 1800 in Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia)
        iii.  Richard Evans (born in 1747 Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia)
         iv.  Martha Evans (born about 1748 Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia)
          v.  Joseph Evans (born in 1748 Berkeley, West Virginia - died on 24 Sep 1804 in Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia)
         vi.  Gabriel Evans (born about 1749 Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia - died about 1849 in Fleming Co, Kentucky)
        vii.  Rachel Evans (born about 1752 Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia)
       viii.  Isaac Evans (born about 1753 Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia - died in 1793 in Berkeley, West Virginia)
         ix.  Elizabeth Evans (born about 1755 Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia - died before 24 Apr 1829 in Berkeley, West Virginia)
          x.  Squire Evans (born about 1765 Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia)


145. Polly Metre 42, was born about 1723 in Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia. Ancestral File Number: KJT0-TK.

Polly married John Evans Sr in 1743.


148. Abraham Van Meter 42, son of Jan Jansen (John) Van Meteren and Margaret (Miller) Mollenauer, was born in 1721 in Salem Co. N.J. died in 1783 in Berkeley County, Virginia, at age 62, and was buried in Berkeley County, Virginia. Ancestral File Number: 3R2R-S6.

Abraham married Ruth Hedges in 1742 in VA.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Joseph Van Meter (born in 1743 Frederick Co, Virginia - died in 1799 in Tiltonville, Jefferson, Ohio)
         ii.  Abraham Van Meter (born on 13 Jun 1744 Frederick Co, Virginia - died in 1781 in Shelby Co., Kentucky)
74      iii.  Jacob Van Meter (born in 1745 Berkeley County, Virginia - died on 24 Jan 1838 in Fairfield, OH)
         iv.  Rebecca Van Meter (born on 11 Sep 1746 Berkeley, VA ( Now W.VA.) - died in 1804 in Brooke Co, WV)
          v.  Mary Polly Van Meter (born in 1754 Berkeley, VA ( Now W.VA.) - died in 1795 in Berkeley, VA ( Now W.VA.))

Abraham next married Martha Roberts, in Nr. Martinsburg, Berkeley, W. Martha was born about 1771.


149. Ruth Hedges 42, daughter of Joseph Hedges and Katherine Tingley, was born in 1722 in Martinsburg, Berkeley County, Virginia died in 1761 in VA., at age 39, and was buried in 1761. Ancestral File Number: B49W-54.

Ruth married Abraham Van Meter in 1742 in VA.


150. John Evans Sr 42, son of John Evans and Unknown, was born in 1718 in Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia and died in 1802 in Berkeley, West Virginia, at age 84. Ancestral File Number: KJT1-GS.

John married Polly Metre in 1743.


151. Polly Metre 42, was born about 1723 in Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia. Ancestral File Number: KJT0-TK.

Polly married John Evans Sr in 1743.


152. John Johnson II 44,45,46,47,48, son of John Johnson I and Lucretia Massie, was born on 22 Nov 1702 in St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., Virginia 44,45,46,47,48,54 and died after 1739 in Amelia County, Virginia 44,45,46,47,48.

John married Elizabeth Ellyson 44,45,46,47,48 on 6 Aug 1725 in New Kent County Or Amelia County, Virginia 44,55.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Ashley Johnson (born about 1726 Cedar Creek, Hanover County, Virginia - died wft est. 1757-1817 in Virginia)
         ii.  Jesse Johnson (born in 1728 Cedar Creek, Hanover County, Virginia - died on 12 Apr 1790 in Amelia County, Virginia)
        iii.  James Johnson (born about 1730 Cedar Creek, Hanover County, Virginia - died wft est. 1763-1821 in Virginia)
         iv.  Gerard Johnson (born about 1732 Cedar Creek, Hanover County, Virginia - died on 28 Aug 1785 in Cedar Creek, Hanover County, Virginia)
76        v.  John Johnson III (born on 20 May 1734 St. Paul's Parish, Hanover Co., Virginia - died about 1816 in Hanover Co., Virginia [Possibly 1827])
         vi.  William Johnson (born on 22 Aug 1739 Cedar Creek, Hanover County, Virginia - died wft est. 1770-1830 in Virginia)


153. Elizabeth Ellyson 44,45,46,47,48, daughter of Gerard Robert Ellyson and Sarah (?), was born in 1701 in Virginia 44,45,46,47,48 and died on 29 Jun 1783 in Amelia County, Virginia, at age 82 44,45,46,47,48.

General Notes:
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Elizabeth married John Johnson II 44,45,46,47,48 on 6 Aug 1725 in New Kent County Or Amelia County, Virginia 44,55.


154. Benjamin Watkins 44,45,46,47,48, son of Henry Watkins Jr. and Mary Crews, was born about 1698 in Genito Creek, Virginia 44,45,46,47,48 and died in 1753 in Goochland County, Virginia, about age 55 44,45,46,47,48.

Benjamin married Jane Watkins 44,45,46,47,48 about Oct 1726 in Henricho County, Virginia 44.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Mary Watkins (born about 1730 Virginia - died wft est. 1757-1824 in Virginia)
         ii.  Judith Watkins (born about 1732 Goochland County, Virginia - died wft est. 1766-1827 in Virginia)
        iii.  Elizabeth Watkins (born about 1734 Goochland County, Virginia - died about 29 Jun 1787 in Virginia)
77       iv.  Lydia Watkins (born about 1736 (Virginia) - died after 1779 in Virginia)
          v.  Benjamin Watkins (born about 1740 Goochland County, Virginia - died wft est. 1771-1830)


155. Jane Watkins 44,45,46,47,48, daughter of Thomas Watkins and Elizabeth Pride, was born in 1708 in Henricho County, Virginia 44,45,46,47,48 and died on 2 Dec 1777 in Goochland County, Virginia, at age 69 44,45,46,47,48.

Jane married Benjamin Watkins 44,45,46,47,48 about Oct 1726 in Henricho County, Virginia 44.


156. Thomas Moorman 43, son of Charles Moorman and Elizabeth Reynolds, was born in 1705 of Green Springs, Louisa, VA, was christened in Quaker died in 1765 in , Bedford, VA, at age 60, and was buried in Nov 1765.

Thomas married Rachel Clark on 12 Jan 1730 in , Hanover, VA.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Mary Moorman (born on 19 Dec 1730 Camp Creek Mm, Louisa, VA - died on 6 Sep 1814)
         ii.  Zachariah Moorman (born on 2 Feb 1732 Bedford, Caroline Co., VA - died on 17 Jan 1789 in OH)
78      iii.  Micajah Moorman (born in 1735 , Bedford, VA - died in 1765 in , Bedford, VA)
         iv.  Elizabeth Moorman (born on 2 Feb 1738 , Louisa, VA - died in 1740)
          v.  Thomas Moorman (born on 6 Jun 1740 Camp Creek, Louisa, VA - died before Nov 1766)
         vi.  Mildred Moorman (born on 25 Nov 1742 Camp Creek Mm, Louisa, VA - died in 1764 in Leesburg, , OH)
        vii.  Achilles Moorman (born in 1744 Cedar Creek, Hanover, VA - died in 1809 in , Campbell, VA)
       viii.  Pleasant Moorman (born on 19 Mar 1745 Camp Creek Mm, Louisa, VA - died after 1765)
         ix.  John Pleasant Moorman (born on 19 May 1745 Green Springs, Louisa, VA)
          x.  Charles Moorman (born on 23 May 1747 , , VA - died on 23 Oct 1803)
         xi.  Agatha Moorman (born on 18 Sep 1749 Cedar Creek, Hanover, VA - died in 1835)
        xii.  Robert Moorman (born about 1751 , , VA)
       xiii.  Rachel Clark Moorman (born in 1754 Green Springs, Louisa, VA - died in 1802)


157. Rachel Clark 43, daughter of Christopher Clark and Penelope Johnston, was born about 1716 in <, Louisa Co., VA.> died on 10 Jun 1792 in , Bedford, Virginia, about age 76, and was buried in Jun 1792.

Rachel married Thomas Moorman on 12 Jan 1730 in , Hanover, VA.


158. Manoah Chiles , son of Micajah Chiles and Mary Terrell, was born about 1711 in King William County, VA, was christened in St Peter Parish, , New Kent, Virginia, and died on 14 Aug 1760 in , Caroline, VA, about age 49.

Manoah married Anne Cheadle, daughter of Unknown and Unknown, on 12 Oct 1742 in Fredericks, Cedar Creek, VA. Anne was born in 1720 in , Hanover, VA, christened on 18 Dec 1720 in Christ Church, Middlesex, VA, and died before 16 Jan 1773 in , Hanover, VA.

Children from this marriage were:

79        i.  Susannah Chiles (born on 7 Aug 1738 , Caroline, VA - died on 28 Dec 1822 in , , VA)
         ii.  Thomas Chiles (born about 1744 , Caroline, VA)
        iii.  John Chiles (born on 3 Aug 1747 , Caroline, VA - died on 27 Jan 1796 in , Caroline, VA)
         iv.  Elizabeth Chiles (born in 1749 , Caroline, VA)
          v.  Anne Chiles (born on 6 Sep 1750 , Caroline, VA - died after 1789)
         vi.  Henry Chiles (born on 11 Jun 1752 , Caroline, VA - died about 1803)
        vii.  Chiles (born about 1756 <, Caroline, VA> - died before 1790)
       viii.  Mary Chiles (born on 14 Aug 1756 , Caroline, VA)
         ix.  Patty Chiles (born on 9 Mar 1757 , Caroline, VA - died before 1780 in , , VA)
          x.  Samuel Chiles (born on 30 Dec 1759 <, Caroline, VA>)

Manoah next married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

79        i.  Susannah Chiles (born on 7 Aug 1738 , Caroline, VA - died on 28 Dec 1822 in , , VA)

Manoah next married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

79        i.  Susannah Chiles (born on 7 Aug 1738 , Caroline, VA - died on 28 Dec 1822 in , , VA)


164. Jacob Truax , son of Issac Truax and Maria Williamese Brouwer, was born on 9 Oct 1694 and died on 16 Mar 1790, at age 95.

Jacob married Lysbet Delagrange on 11 Jul 1724.

Children from this marriage were:

82        i.  Willem Truax (born on 15 Sep 1732 Schenectedy, NY)


165. Lysbet Delagrange , daughter of Jellis De La Grange and Jannetie Adrians Molenaar, was born on 16 Oct 1695 in Albany, NY and died on 10 May 1788, at age 92.

Lysbet married Jacob Truax on 11 Jul 1724.


166. George Zeybel Seibel , son of Jacob Zeybel Seibel and Anna Getha -Gutha Busch.

George married Anna Maria Reyin on 12 Feb 1742 in Germany.

Children from this marriage were:

83        i.  Anna Elizaberth Zeybel Seibel (born on 15 Apr 1747 Schoharie, NY)


167. Anna Maria Reyin , was born in Germany.

General Notes: MARRIAGE: 2ND MARRAIGE OF GEORGE SEIBEL

Anna married George Zeybel Seibel on 12 Feb 1742 in Germany.


168. Samuel Brown , son of Dea Samuel Brown and Joanna Loomis, was born on 29 Oct 1727 in Bolton, Tolland, Conn. and died in Norwich, Windsor, VT.

Samuel married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

84        i.  John Brown (born on 20 Jan 1754 Bolton, Bolland, Conn. - died on 20 Apr 1821 in Barton, Orleans, VT)

Samuel married Sarah.


172. Ezra Conant 43, son of Benjamin Conant and Martha Davidson, was born on 5 Mar 1723 of Beverly, Essex, Massachuttes, was christened on 8 Mar 1724 in Beverly, Essex, Massachuttes, and died on 7 Dec 1804 of Dudley, Worcester, Massachuttes, at age 81.

Ezra married Millicent Newell on 1 Jan 1745 in Beverly, Essex, MA.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Millesent Conant (born on 25 Aug 1754 Dudley, Worcester, Mass. - died on 3 Mar 1831 in Shoreham, Addison, Vermont)
         ii.  Asa Conant (born on 14 Oct 1746 Dudley, Worcester, Mass.)
86      iii.  John Conant (born on 21 Jul 1748 Dudley, Worcester, Mass. - , died in Craftsbury, Orleans, VT)
         iv.  Ezra Conant (born on 7 Apr 1751 Dudley, Worcester, Mass. - died on 9 May 1789 in Oxford, Worcester, Massachusetts)
          v.  Amos Conant (born on 8 Jan 1753 Dudley, Worcester, Mass. - died on 21 Jun 1847 in Irasburg, Orleans, Vermont)
         vi.  Ebenezer Conant (born on 12 Apr 1756 Dudley, Worcester, Mass.)
        vii.  Jemina Conant (born on 1 Oct 1760 Dudley, Worcester, Mass.)
       viii.  Stephen Conant (born on 19 Jun 1762 Dudley, Worcester, Mass.)
         ix.  Benjamin Conant (born on 28 Mar 1764 Dudley, Worcester, Mass. - died on 11 Jan 1815 in Warwick, Franklin, Mass.)


173. Millicent Newell 43, daughter of Jonathan Newell and Millicent Mason, was born on 19 Dec 1725 in Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts and died on 6 Jul 1769 in Dudley, Worcester, Mass., at age 43.

Millicent married Ezra Conant on 1 Jan 1745 in Beverly, Essex, MA.


184. Nathan Adams 42, son of Thomas Adams and Abigail Fisher, was born on 16 May 1736 in Ashford, Windham, Connecticut and died on 1 Jan 1832 in Leverett, Franklin, Massachusetts, at age 95. Ancestral File Number: L207-KM.

Nathan married Hannah Rood in 1759.

Children from this marriage were:

92        i.  Levi Adams Sgt. (born on 1 Aug 1761 Levi, Franklin, MA - died on 18 Jan 1832 in Halifax, Plymouth, VT)
         ii.  Sarah Adams (born in 1760 Leverett, Franklin, Massachusetts - died on 8 Jun 1840 in Wendell, Franklin, Massachusetts)
        iii.  Hannah Adams (born in 1764 Leverett, Franklin, Massachusetts - died on 24 Mar 1837)


185. Hannah Rood 42, was born on 3 Aug 1741 in Sturbridge, Worcester, Massachusetts, was christened in Windham, Windham, CT, and died on 20 Apr 1767 in Norwich, New London, Conn, at age 25. Ancestral File Number: 1HQM-KQF.

Hannah married Nathan Adams in 1759.


186. Soloman Houghton , son of Joshua Houghton and Elizabeth Bennett, was born on 25 Jun 1729 in Lancaster, Worchester, MA and died on 26 Mar 1852 in Halifax, Plymouth, VT, at age 122.

Soloman married Deliverance Ross.

Children from this marriage were:

93        i.  Dolly Houghton (born on 22 Apr 1770 Lancaster, , Massachusetts - died on 26 Mar 1852 in Halifax, , Vermont)


187. Deliverance Ross , was born on 12 Jun 1735.

Deliverance married Soloman Houghton.


188. David Barr , was born on 20 May 1739 in Hardwick, Worchester, MA and died on 14 Oct 1812 in Wardboro, Windham, VT Or Rome MA., at age 73.

David married Keziah Cannon on 23 Nov 1761.

Children from this marriage were:

94        i.  Simeon Barr (born in 1762 Worchester, MA - died on 24 Feb 1826 in Rome, Franklin, MA.)


189. Keziah Cannon , was born on 23 Feb 1741.

Keziah married David Barr on 23 Nov 1761.



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288. John Evans 42, was born about 1692 in Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia. Ancestral File Number: KJT1-DG.

John married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

144       i.  John Evans Sr (born in 1718 Martinsburg, Berkeley, West Virginia - died in 1802 in Berkeley, West Virginia)


296. Jan Jansen (John) Van Meteren 42,56,57,58,59, son of Joost Jansen Van Meteren and Sarah Dubois, was born on 14 Oct 1683 in Kingston Rdc, Kingston, Ulster, New York and died on 13 Aug 1745 in Apequon, Winchstr, Berkeley, VA, at age 61. Another name for Jan was /John/ Or (John) Jan Jansen /Van Meter/ Or John Van Metern. Ancestral File Number: 19F2-SD.

Noted events in his life were:

• He has conflicting birth information of 14 Oct 1683 in Marbletown, Ulster, NY. 58,59

• He has conflicting death information of 13 Aug 1745 in Apequon, Winchstr, Berkeley, VA. 58,59

• He has conflicting death information of 3 Sep 1745 in Winchester, Frederick, VA. 58,59

Jan married Margaret (Miller) Mollenauer in 1710 in Somerville, Somerset, NJ.

Children from this marriage were:

148       i.  Abraham Van Meter (born in 1721 Salem Co. N.J. - died in 1783 in Berkeley County, Virginia)
         ii.  Rebecca Van Metre (born in 1711 Somerville, Somerset, New Jersey - died in 1770 in Frederick Co, MD)
        iii.  Isaac Van Metre (born on 3 Jun 1713 Frederick, Co., VA. - died on 3 Sep 1745 in , Frederick, Co., VA.)
         iv.  Elizabeth Van Metre (born in 1715 , Somerset, NJ - died in 1792-1793 in Shepherdstown, , WV)
          v.  Henry Van Metre (born in 1717 Somerville, Somerset, New Jersey - died in 1793 in , Berkeley Co., VA)
         vi.  Rachel Van Metre (born in 1719 Somerville, Somerset, New Jersey - died in 1744 in Berkeley Co., Virginia)
        vii.  Jacob Van Meter (Van Metre) (born on 17 Mar 1723 Salem, Somerset, NJ - died on 16 Nov 1798 in Elizabethtown, Hardin Co, Kentucky)
       viii.  Magdalena Van Metre (born in 1725 Somerville, Somerset, New Jersey - died 28 May 1804 Aft in Mercer Co, Kentucky)

Jan next married Sara (Berdine) Bodine, about 1705. Sara was born in 1687.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Sarah Van Meteren (born in 1706 Somerset Co., New Jersey - died after 1745)
         ii.  Johannes J. Van Meteren (born in 1708 Raritan, Somerset Co., New Jersey - died about 1730 in Prince George Co., Maryland)
        iii.  Maria J. Van Meteren (born in 1709 Somerset Co., New Jersey - died after 1745)


297. Margaret (Miller) Mollenauer 42, daughter of Hendrick Molenaur and Unknown, was born in 1687 in Somerset Co., NJ and died in 1745 in Frederick Co, Virginia, at age 58. Ancestral File Number: 2JK3-9V.

Margaret married Jan Jansen (John) Van Meteren in 1710 in Somerville, Somerset, NJ.


298. Joseph Hedges 42, son of Charles Hedges and Eleanor Smith, was born in Eng., England and died on 29 Nov 1732 in Monaquacy, Prince George, MD. Ancestral File Number: B49V-65.

Joseph married Katherine Tingley on 8 Sep 1713 in Cripplegate, London, England.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Joshua Hedges (born on 14 Apr 1714 Berkeley County, Virginia - died on 16 Feb 1790 in Berkeley County, Virginia)
         ii.  Jonas Hedges (born in 1716 Wheeling, Ohio, Co., VA. - died in 1787 in Berkeley, West Virginia)
        iii.  Joseph Hedges (born about 1720 Wheeling, Ohio, Co., VA. - died in 1753 in Frederick Co., MD)
         iv.  Samuel Hedges (born in 1720 Wheeling, Ohio, Co., VA.)
149       v.  Ruth Hedges (born in 1722 Martinsburg, Berkeley County, Virginia - died in 1761 in VA.)
         vi.  Catherine Hedges (born in 1724 Of Chester Co., PA, Co., VA. - died after 1782)
        vii.  Dorcas Hedges (born in 1726 Berkeley County, Virginia)
       viii.  Peter Hedges (born in 1728 Of Martinsburg, Berkeley, Co., VA)
         ix.  Thomas Hedges (born in 1730 Berkeley County, Virginia)


299. Katherine Tingley 42, was born in 1695 in London , England. Ancestral File Number: B49V-XX.

Katherine married Joseph Hedges on 8 Sep 1713 in Cripplegate, London, England.


304. John Johnson I 44,45,46,47,48, son of James Johnston and Jean Ogilvie, was born about 1675 in England 44,45,46,47,48 and died after 1718 in Virginia 44,45,46,47,48.

John married Lucretia Massie 44,45,46,47,48 in 1698 in St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., Virginia 44,60.

Children from this marriage were:

152       i.  John Johnson II (born on 22 Nov 1702 St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., Virginia - died after 1739 in Amelia County, Virginia)
         ii.  Agnes Johnson (born about 1704 St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., Virginia - died wft est. 1726-1798 in Virginia)
        iii.  Massie Johnson (born on 5 Feb 1705 St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., Virginia - died wft est. 1731-1799 in Virginia)
         iv.  Robert Johnson (born on 2 Apr 1708 St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., Virginia - died wft est. 1709-1798 in Virginia)
          v.  Benjamin Johnson (born about 1710 St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., Virginia - died after 1746 in Virginia)
         vi.  Ashley Johnson (born about 1712 St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., Virginia - died wft est. 1740-1803 in Virginia)
        vii.  Thomas Johnson (born on 11 Sep 1714 St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., Virginia - died wft est. 1758-1806 in Virginia)
       viii.  Charles Johnson (born about 1716 St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., Virginia - died wft est. 1747-1806 in Virginia)
         ix.  James Johnson (born about 1717 Virginia - died wft est. 1745-1808 in Virginia)
          x.  Margery Johnson (born about 1718 Virginia - died wft est. 1758-1813 in Virginia)


305. Lucretia Massie 44,45,46,47,48, daughter of Peter Massie and Penelope Ashley, was born about 1677 in Virginia 44,45,46,47,48 and died after 1718 in Virginia 44,45,46,47,48.

Lucretia married John Johnson I 44,45,46,47,48 in 1698 in St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., Virginia 44,60.


306. Gerard Robert Ellyson 44,45,46,47,48, son of Robert Ellyson and Elizabeth Gerrard, was born about 1671 in Virginia 44,45,46,47,48 and died on 2 Oct 1749 in New Kent County, Virginia, about age 78 44,45,46,47,48.

Gerard married Sarah (?) 44,45,46,47,48 wft est. 1701-1733 44.

Children from this marriage were:

153       i.  Elizabeth Ellyson (born in 1701 Virginia - died on 29 Jun 1783 in Amelia County, Virginia)


307. Sarah (?) 44,45,46,47,48, was born wft est. 1660-1682 44,45,46,47,48 and died wft est. 1704-1770 44,45,46,47,48.

Sarah married Gerard Robert Ellyson 44,45,46,47,48 wft est. 1701-1733 44.


308. Henry Watkins Jr. 44,45,46,47,48, son of Henry Watkins Sr. and Katherine (?), was born about 1680 in Henricho County, Virginia 44,45,46,47,48 and died about Jan 1715 in Henricho County, Virginia, about age 35 44,45,46,47,48.

Henry married Mary Crews 44,45,46,47,48 in Virginia 44.

Children from this marriage were:

154       i.  Benjamin Watkins (born about 1698 Genito Creek, Virginia - died in 1753 in Goochland County, Virginia)


309. Mary Crews 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1680 in (Virginia) 44,45,46,47,48 and died after 1715 in (Virginia) 44,45,46,47,48.

Mary married Henry Watkins Jr. 44,45,46,47,48 in Virginia 44.


310. Thomas Watkins 44,45,46,47,48, son of Henry Watkins Sr. and Katherine (?), was born about 1678 in Henricho County, Virginia 44,45,46,47,48 and died in 1760 in Cunberland County, Virginia, about age 82 44,45,46,47,48.

Thomas married Elizabeth Pride 44,45,46,47,48 about 1705 in Virginia 44.

Children from this marriage were:

155       i.  Jane Watkins (born in 1708 Henricho County, Virginia - died on 2 Dec 1777 in Goochland County, Virginia)


311. Elizabeth Pride 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1685 in (Virginia) 44,45,46,47,48 and died wft est. 1712-1779, about age 27 44,45,46,47,48.

General Notes:
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Elizabeth married Thomas Watkins 44,45,46,47,48 about 1705 in Virginia 44.


312. Charles Moorman 43, son of Thomas Moorman and Elizabeth Macajah Simpson, was born on 29 Aug in Green Springs, New Kent, VA, was christened in Tcs, and died on 24 May 1757 in Green Springs, Louisa, VA.

General Notes: VA B2; Louisa Co, VA Will Book "I" p 25 dt 1757 & p 68 B 18A 41, # 1142.1 on
pg 68 Am. Pub. U (2) vol 12 p 177
PEDI: birth

Charles married Elizabeth Reynolds in 1703-1704 of Green Springs, Louisa, VA.

Children from this marriage were:

156       i.  Thomas Moorman (born in 1705 Of Green Springs, Louisa, VA - died in 1765 in , Bedford, VA)
         ii.  Judith Moorman (born in 1711 Green Springs, Louisa, Virginia - died in 1753 in Nr.Barboursville, Orange, VA)
        iii.  Achilles Moorman (born on 26 Oct 1713 Bedford, Louisa, VA - died on 1 Dec 1783 in , Campbell, VA)
         iv.  Charles Moorman (born in 1715-1716 Green Springs, Louisa, Virginia - died on 12 Oct 1788 in , Louisa, VA)
          v.  Ann Moorman (born about 1722 Of Green Springs, New Kent, VA - died in 1766 in , Louisa, VA)


313. Elizabeth Reynolds 43, daughter of Christopher Reynolds and Eliza Or Elizabeth Ann Shard, was born in 1674 in Of, Isle Of Wight, VA, was christened on 15 Mar 1690 in Christ Church Par, Middlesex, VA died on 11 May 1765 in , Louisa, VA, at age 91, and was buried in , Louisa, VA.

Elizabeth married Charles Moorman in 1703-1704 of Green Springs, Louisa, VA.


314. Christopher Clark , son of Micajah Clark and Sallie Ann Moorman, was born in 1681 in Somerton, Nansemond, VA died on 28 May 1754 in , Louisa, VA, at age 73, and was buried in , Louisa, VA.

General Notes: DEC. OF KING EDWARD I OF ENGLAND

Christopher married Penelope Johnston in 1709 in , New Kent, VA.

Children from this marriage were:

157       i.  Rachel Clark (born about 1716 <, Louisa Co., VA.> - died on 10 Jun 1792 in , Bedford, Virginia)

Christopher next married Penelope Johnson.

Children from this marriage were:

157       i.  Rachel Clark (born about 1716 <, Louisa Co., VA.> - died on 10 Jun 1792 in , Bedford, Virginia)


315. Penelope Johnston , was born on 14 Aug 1684 in Of, New Kent, Virginia, was christened on 17 Aug 1684 in St Peters Par, New Kent, Virginia, and died on 14 Aug 1760 in , New Kent, Virginia, at age 76.

Penelope married Christopher Clark in 1709 in , New Kent, VA.


316. Micajah Chiles 61, son of John Chiles and Eleanor Webber, was born in , Caroline, VA, was christened in St Peter Parish, , New Kent, Virginia, and died in 1734-1735 in , Caroline Co., Virginia, North America. Ancestral File Number: 8J3H-38.

General Notes: !Smithsons and Relatives by Jesse Hezekiah Smithson edited by Kenneth Wayne Smithson. This Book can be found at the LDS Genealogy Library in Salt Lake City, UT:

Micajah Chiles signed the declaration of independence of Albemarle County, Va., 1779. He was born in Virginia and died there in 1799.

Micajah married Mary Terrell.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Sally Chiles (born in 1708 King William County, VA)
         ii.  Agatha Chiles (born in 1709 St. Paul's Parish, Hanover Co., Virginia - died in Dec 1766 in Golansville, Caroline Co., VA.)
        iii.  John Chiles (born in 1710 King William County, VA)
158      iv.  Manoah Chiles (born about 1711 King William County, VA - died on 14 Aug 1760 in , Caroline, VA)
          v.  Micajah Chiles (born in 1712 King William County, VA - died in 1752)
         vi.  Thomas Chiles (born in 1714 King William County, VA)
        vii.  Ann Chiles (born in 1716 King William County, VA - died on 3 Apr 1744 in Caroline County, Virginia)


317. Mary Terrell , daughter of William Terrell and Martha Susannah Waters, was born in 1690 in , Caroline, Virginia. Ancestral File Number: 8J3H-4F.

General Notes: First patented 379 acres in Caroline county, St. Margaret's Parish, in 1630, bordering on Wm. Terrell's land. He married ______ Terrell, daughter of Joel Terrell, Sr.

Witnessed deed in St. George's Parish, May 6th 1652. (Spottsylvania Rec.).

Mary married Micajah Chiles.


328. Issac Truax , son of Phillippe Antoni Du Trieux and Unknown, was born on 21 Apr 1623 in New Amsterdam, New York and died in 1706 in Schnectady, Schnectady, New York, at age 83 42.

Issac married Maria Williamese Brouwer.

Children from this marriage were:

164       i.  Jacob Truax (born on 9 Oct 1694 - died on 16 Mar 1790)


329. Maria Williamese Brouwer , daughter of Willim Hendricks Brouwer and Elizabeth Drinckvelt.

Maria married Issac Truax.


330. Jellis De La Grange 43, son of Omie De La Grange and Annetje De Viries, was born in 1670 in <Albany, NY> and died in 1710, at age 40.

Jellis married Jannetie Adrians Molenaar in 1690.

Children from this marriage were:

165       i.  Lysbet Delagrange (born on 16 Oct 1695 Albany, NY - died on 10 May 1788)


331. Jannetie Adrians Molenaar .

Jannetie married Jellis De La Grange in 1690.


332. Jacob Zeybel Seibel , son of Johann Zeybel Seibel and Cath.

Jacob married Anna Getha -Gutha Busch.

Children from this marriage were:

166       i.  George Zeybel Seibel ()


333. Anna Getha -Gutha Busch , daughter of Johan Bush and Anna Margreth, was born in Steinbrucken, Germany.

Anna married Jacob Zeybel Seibel.


336. Dea Samuel Brown , died in 1742.

Dea married Joanna Loomis on 8 Nov 1721.

Children from this marriage were:

168       i.  Samuel Brown (born on 29 Oct 1727 Bolton, Tolland, Conn. - , died in Norwich, Windsor, VT.)


337. Joanna Loomis , daughter of Hezekiah Loomis and Mary Porter, was born on 4 Dec 1702 in Hartford, Windsor, Conn and died on 19 Jul 1788 in Water Berry, Conn, at age 85.

Joanna married Dea Samuel Brown on 8 Nov 1721.


344. Benjamin Conant 43, son of John Conant and Bethiah Mansfield, was born on 22 Oct 1698 in Beverly, Essex, MA, was christened on 23 Oct 1698 in Beverly, Essex, MA, and died on 20 Sep 1767 in Warwick, Franklin, Mass., at age 68.

Benjamin married Martha Davidson on 25 Dec 1720 in Beverly, Essex, MA.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Benjamin Conant (born on 20 Oct 1740 Dudley, Worcester, Massachuttes - died on 11 Jan 1815 in Warwick, , Massachusetts)
         ii.  Asa Conant (born on 26 Apr 1736 Dudley, Worcester, Massachuttes - died on 7 Jan 1737 of Dudley, Worcester, Massachuttes)
        iii.  John Conant (born on 2 Jun 1733 Dudley, Worcester, Massachuttes - died on 5 Jan 1737 in Dudley, Worcester, Mass.)
         iv.  Ebenezer Conant (born on 2 Nov 1731 Dudley, Worcester, Massachuttes - died on 8 Jan 1737 of Dudley, Worcester, Massachuttes)
          v.  Benjamin Conant (born on 6 Jun 1729 Dudley, Worcester, Massachuttes - died on 6 Jan 1737 of Dudley, Worcester, Massachuttes)
         vi.  Abigail Conant (born on 12 Mar 1726 Beverly, Essex, Massachuttes - died on 29 Dec 1736 of Dudley, Worcester, Massachuttes)
        vii.  Child Conant (born about 1725 Beverly, Essex, Massachuttes - died on 12 Mar 1726 of Dudley, Worcester, Massachuttes)
172    viii.  Ezra Conant (born on 5 Mar 1723 Of Beverly, Essex, Massachuttes - died on 7 Dec 1804 of Dudley, Worcester, Massachuttes)
         ix.  Lydia Conant (born on 5 Feb 1722 Beverly, Essex, Massachuttes - died on 23 Feb 1763 in Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts)
          x.  Child Conant (born in 1726 Beverly, Middlesex, Massachusetts - died on 12 Mar 1726 in Beverly, Middlesex, Massachusetts)
         xi.  Martha Conant (born on 8 Jan 1738 Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts)


345. Martha Davidson 43, daughter of John Davison and Martha Dodge, was born about 1699 of Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, was christened in Apr 1699 in Wenham, Essex, MA, and died on 5 Jan 1746 in Dudley, Worcester, Mass., about age 47.

Martha married Benjamin Conant on 25 Dec 1720 in Beverly, Essex, MA.


346. Jonathan Newell 43, son of Isaac Newell and Mrs. Sarah Newell, was born on 10 Oct 1701 in Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

Jonathan married Millicent Mason on 1 May 1724 in Woodstock, Windham, Connecticut.

Children from this marriage were:

173       i.  Millicent Newell (born on 19 Dec 1725 Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts - died on 6 Jul 1769 in Dudley, Worcester, Mass.)
         ii.  Jonathan Newell (born on 31 Jan 1728 Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts)
        iii.  Lydia Newell (born on 6 Jan 1731 Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts - died on 15 Aug 1739 in Dudley, Worcester, Mass.)
         iv.  Mehetibel Newell (born on 24 Aug 1732 Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts - died on 22 Sep 1741 in Dudley, Worcester, Mass.)
          v.  Daniel Newell (born on 20 Aug 1734 Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts - died on 2 Sep 1798 in , , CT)
         vi.  Jerusah Newell (born on 17 May 1736 Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts)
        vii.  Samuell Newell (born on 27 Jun 1738 Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts - died on 24 Sep 1741 in Dudley, Worcester, Mass.)
       viii.  Lydia Newell (born on 8 Jun 1740 Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts - died on 10 Oct 1741 in Dudley, Worcester, Mass.)
         ix.  Tabatha Newell (born on 30 Oct 1742 Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts)
          x.  Thaddeus Newell (born on 1 Mar 1746 Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts)
         xi.  Ebenezer Newell (born on 2 May 1747 Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts)


347. Millicent Mason 43, daughter of John Mason and Elizabeth Spring, was born on 29 Apr 1705 in Lexington, Middlesex, MA, was christened on 29 Apr 1705 in Lexington, Middlesex, Massachusetts, and died before 1762.

Millicent married Jonathan Newell on 1 May 1724 in Woodstock, Windham, Connecticut.


368. Thomas Adams 42, son of John Adams and Susanna Breck, was born on 11 Feb 1695 in Amberst, MA? died in 1743 in Or 1744 Amherst, MA, at age 48, and was buried in 1743-1745. Ancestral File Number: 1CSZ-7G.

Thomas married Abigail Fisher on 26 Oct 1720 in Medway, Norfolk, MA.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Isaiah Adams (born in 1726 Ashford, Windham, Connecticut - died in 1819 in Amherst, Mass.)
         ii.  Asa Adams (born on 4 Apr 1729 Ashford, Windham, Connecticut - died on 15 Feb 1826 in Shutesbury, Mass.)
        iii.  John Adams (born in 1732 Ashford, Windham, Connecticut - died in 1829)
         iv.  Abner Adams (born on 10 Aug 1733 Ashford, Windham, Connecticut - died in 1828-1829 in Amherst, Windham, Connecticut)
184       v.  Nathan Adams (born on 16 May 1736 Ashford, Windham, Connecticut - died on 1 Jan 1832 in Leverett, Franklin, Massachusetts)
         vi.  Elizabeth Adams (born in Oct 1738 Ashford, Windham, Connecticut - , died in Young)


369. Abigail Fisher 42, daughter of Jonathan Fisher and Rachel Fairbank, was born in 1701 in Medway, Norfolk, Massachusetts and died in 1751 in Amherst, Mass., at age 50. Ancestral File Number: L20T-NM.

Abigail married Thomas Adams on 26 Oct 1720 in Medway, Norfolk, MA.


372. Joshua Houghton , son of Robert Houghton and Ester Leffinquell, was born in 1695 in Lancaster, Worchester, MA and died in 1740, at age 45.

Joshua married Elizabeth Bennett in 1719.

Children from this marriage were:

186       i.  Soloman Houghton (born on 25 Jun 1729 Lancaster, Worchester, MA - died on 26 Mar 1852 in Halifax, Plymouth, VT)


373. Elizabeth Bennett , daughter of Samuel Bennett and Mary, was born in 1698.

Elizabeth married Joshua Houghton in 1719.



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592. Joost Jansen Van Meteren 42,58,59, son of Jan Joosten Van Meteren Van Cuick and Macyke Hendricksen, was born about 1652 in Meppelen, Drenth, Holl, Neth 58,59 died on 13 Jan 1706 in , Salem, NY, about age 54 58,59, and was buried on an unknown date in Ulster, Kingston, NY 58,59. Ancestral File Number: 3R2R-K0.

General Notes: The Van Meteren's of Holland and America.
By Amelia Clay Lewis Van Meter Rogers
Preface
This paper - a tribute to an honored name- endeavors to present some fragments and parts of history relating to the origin, descent, and sundry migrations of a branch of the Van Meteren family from its habitat in Holland to its beginnings in America.

It treats in particular, of the ancestry and descendants to Isaac Van Meteren the founder of "Point Pleasant" in the Valley of Virginia, and who left a numerous and worthy progeny.

Woven into the story is something from the annals of early days--tracing the movements and reciting the experiences, adventures, hardship and perils of an heroic life spent along the border.

The lives of these forefathers are noteworthy for the influence and progressiveness which they exercised in the communities where they dwelt, and upon the conditions of the times in which they lived--which was in that Spartanic formative epoch that has no parallel in the history of any country at any time. And has been evolved this wonderful American nation.

The compiler has made extensive research among various original and official records, has made free use of various authors and has left for your consideration only such facts as are really believed to be accurate and conclusive.
_____________________

There is but little available concerning the residences of the Van Meterens in Holland: one sketch, however, has been obtained which refers to the " Huise Van Meteren" situate in the Heerlykleid Metere, in geldermelsen, as shown in the picture. It was a structure, and the home, for many years and generations, of one the branches of the Van Metre family, and subsequently of others. This mansion stood in a beautiful park of magnificent trees, some of which were of great height and dimensions. the house was rebuilt in 1768-9, but it has at last served its day; it was sold in December, 1906, and has since been torn down.

If one examines the map of Holland it will be found that the Rhine, flowing down from Germany, enters the Netherlands: and as it approaches the sea,

546
Note: Second wife's name was Margaret Mollenauer. They had 8 children. See page 44 of Vol. I American Descendants of Chretian DuBois for lineages for the Bodine family. C55 DuBois Family. His baptismal sponsors were Jan Joosten, Maeken Hendricks and J. Dubois

Joost married Sarah Dubois on 12 Dec 1682 in Kingston, Ulster, NY 58,59.

Marriage Notes: Reference Number:414096

Children from this marriage were:

296       i.  Jan Jansen (John) Van Meteren (born on 14 Oct 1683 Kingston Rdc, Kingston, Ulster, New York - died on 13 Aug 1745 in Apequon, Winchstr, Berkeley, VA)
         ii.  Rebecca Van Metern (born on 26 Apr 1686 Kingston Rdc, Kingston, Ulster, New York)
        iii.  Lysbeth Van Meteren (born on 3 Mar 1689 kingston, Ulster, N.Y.)
         iv.  Isaac Van Meteren (born in 1692 Marbletown, Ulster, NY - died in 1757 in Pleasant, PA)
          v.  Hendrick Van Meteren (born on 1 Sep 1695 Marbletown, Ulster, NY - died on 12 Oct 1759 in Salem, , New Jersey)
         vi.  Racheal Van Meteren (born in 1692 Somerset Co., New Jersey)
        vii.  Abraham Van Meteren (born in 1700 Somerset Co., New Jersey)
       viii.  Malinda Van Meteren (born in 1710)


593. Sarah Dubois 42,58,59,62, daughter of Louis (Lowys) Du Bois (Dubois) and Cathrine (Catherine) Blanchan (Blansham) (Blansjan) (Blancon), was born on 9 Sep 1662 in Kingston, Or New Paltz, Ulster, NY 58,59,62,63, was christened on 14 Sep 1664 in 1st Dutch Church, Kingston, Ulster, New York 58,59,62, and died in 1726 in Salem County, New Jersey, at age 64 58,59,62. Ancestral File Number: 3R2R-L5.

General Notes: June 10th, 1663, Indians attacked and burned Kingston and Hurley, NY. Caterine Du Bois and her daughter, Sara, our ancestors, were taken with others to the Indian Fort near the Hogabergh in Shawangunk. They were held for ransom or ex-
chance for Indian captives of the Whites. On Sept. 5th., they were rescued by Captain Krieger and his troop of Dutch Dragoons accompanied by the men of the burned villages. ref. the book "The American Descendants of Chretien Du Bois of Wicres, France". Part One by William HeidGerd. for the Du Bois Family Assoc



Source from Hills/Hatcher Family Tree on World Connect

Sources: 4/17/2002
Donna,
I no longer provide gedcoms since my work is copyrighted and published (The
Roosa Family of North America). However, feel free to use info off my posted
gedcom/site as long as you provide the appropriate source citation. As you
can imagine, sources are critical.

I lived in Palm Coast for a while and had to travel through Palatka when we
were evacuated in Flagler County in July 1998 for the fires. Hopefully,
you're not experiencing the same fire season this year.

Best regards to you,
Lori (Lorraine Luke)
Dallas, TX

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Donna Tilton" <dwt4444@bellsouth.net>
To: <LORILUKE@prodigy.net>
Sent: Tuesday, April 16, 2002 3:57 PM
Subject: duBois


> Hi
> My name is Donna Tilton. I am doing research on Sarah duBois. I was hoping
> you would sent me a gedcom on the dubois Family. I am using this for
Family
> Genealogy only. I will be giving family records to love ones and the
Library
> in Putnam and St. Johns county Florida. Would it be alright to use your
> story and genealogy with your name and any other sources you may have. I
> will give you FULL credit, after 20 years you deserve it.
> Thank you,
> Donna Whitaker Tilton
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> E. Palatka, Florida


Sources:
Author: Compiled by William Heidgerd.
Title: THE AMERICAN DESCENDENTS of CHRETIAN DUBOIS of WICRES, FRANCE. Parts I-XI
Abbrev: DuBois Family (DBFA)
Publication: DuBois Family Association. 1968+
Note:
DuBois Family Association: P.O. Box 545, New Paltz, New York 12561. [dbfa] at [ juno.com]. [845-255-9050].
Author: Hoes, Roswell Randall
Title: Baptismal and Marriage Registers of the Old Dutch Church of Kingston, Ulster County, New York, for One Hundred and Fifty
Abbrev: Baptismal and Marriage Registers (Hoes)
Publication: 1906
Note:
Transcribed and edited by Roswell Randall Hoes. Vol. I & II, published 1906. ISBN 1-55613-704-4.

Sarah married Joost Jansen Van Meteren on 12 Dec 1682 in Kingston, Ulster, NY 58,59.


594. Hendrick Molenaur .

Hendrick married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

297       i.  Margaret (Miller) Mollenauer (born in 1687 Somerset Co., NJ - died in 1745 in Frederick Co, Virginia)


596. Charles Hedges , was born in 1675 in England and died in 1720 in England, at age 45.

Charles married Eleanor Smith in England.

Children from this marriage were:

298       i.  Joseph Hedges (born in Eng., England - died on 29 Nov 1732 in Monaquacy, Prince George, MD)


597. Eleanor Smith , was born in 1675 in England.

Eleanor married Charles Hedges in England.


608. James Johnston 44,45,46,47,48, son of Thomas Johnston and Mary Irvine, was born in 1651 in Scotland 44,45,46,47,48 and died about 1710 in Scotland Or England, about age 59 44,45,46,47,48.

James married Jean Ogilvie 44,45,46,47,48 about 1672 in Scotland Or England 44.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  William Johnson (born about 1673 England - died after 1718 in Virginia)
304      ii.  John Johnson I (born about 1675 England - died after 1718 in Virginia)
        iii.  Alexander Johnson (born about 1678 England - died after 1715 in Virginia)
         iv.  Mary Johnston (born about 1680 England - died wft est. 1681-1774)
          v.  Jean Johnston (born about 1682 England - died wft est. 1683-1776)


609. Jean Ogilvie 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1655 in England 44,45,46,47,48 and died in Mar 1716, about age 61 44,45,46,47,48.

General Notes:
Please let me know if you have any corrections, addition, connections or suggestions.....I would love to hear from you. Let's swap information! I need all the family I can get!

Jean married James Johnston 44,45,46,47,48 about 1672 in Scotland Or England 44.


610. Peter Massie 44,45,46,47,48, was born in 1640 in Liverpool, England 44,45,46,47,48 and died on 25 Dec 1719 in (No Records), at age 79 44,45,46,47,48.

Peter married Penelope Ashley 44,45,46,47,48 before 1677 in (No Records) 44.

Children from this marriage were:

305       i.  Lucretia Massie (born about 1677 Virginia - died after 1718 in Virginia)
         ii.  Sarah Massie (born about 1677 Virginia - died after 1718 in Virginia)


611. Penelope Ashley 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1650 in England 44,45,46,47,48 and died after 1680 in (No Records) 44,45,46,47,48.

Penelope married Peter Massie 44,45,46,47,48 before 1677 in (No Records) 44.


612. Robert Ellyson 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1615 in England 44,45,46,47,48 and died before Sep 1671 in Maryland Or Virginia 44,45,46,47,48.

General Notes: DeWayne/Daniels Family Connections website

Robert married Elizabeth Gerrard 44,45,46,47,48.

Children from this marriage were:

306       i.  Gerard Robert Ellyson (born about 1671 Virginia - died on 2 Oct 1749 in New Kent County, Virginia)


613. Elizabeth Gerrard 44,45,46,47,48, daughter of Thomas Gerrard and Unknown, was born in 1627 in Eng., England 44,45,46,47,48 and died in 1716, at age 89 44,45,46,47,48.

Elizabeth married Robert Ellyson 44,45,46,47,48.


616. Henry Watkins Sr. 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1638 in Talgarth, Wales 44,45,46,47,48 and died after 1716 in Henricho County, Virginia 44,45,46,47,48.

Henry married Katherine (?) 44,45,46,47,48 before 1670 in (Virginia) 44.

Children from this marriage were:

310       i.  Thomas Watkins (born about 1678 Henricho County, Virginia - died in 1760 in Cunberland County, Virginia)
308      ii.  Henry Watkins Jr. (born about 1680 Henricho County, Virginia - died about Jan 1715 in Henricho County, Virginia)


617. Katherine (?) 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1645 44,45,46,47,48 and died wft est. 1683-1740, about age 38 44,45,46,47,48.

Katherine married Henry Watkins Sr. 44,45,46,47,48 before 1670 in (Virginia) 44.


620. Henry Watkins Sr. 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1638 in Talgarth, Wales 44,45,46,47,48 and died after 1716 in Henricho County, Virginia 44,45,46,47,48.

Henry married Katherine (?) 44,45,46,47,48 before 1670 in (Virginia) 44.


621. Katherine (?) 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1645 44,45,46,47,48 and died wft est. 1683-1740, about age 38 44,45,46,47,48.

Katherine married Henry Watkins Sr. 44,45,46,47,48 before 1670 in (Virginia) 44.


624. Thomas Moorman 43, was born in 1661 in , Isle Of Wight, Hampshire, Eng and died after 1689 in Green Springs, New Kent, VA.

Thomas married Elizabeth Macajah Simpson in 1683 in Green Springs, Louisa, Virginia.

Children from this marriage were:

312       i.  Charles Moorman (born on 29 Aug Green Springs, New Kent, VA - died on 24 May 1757 in Green Springs, Louisa, VA)
         ii.  Mary Moorman (born on 29 Aug 1686 St. Peters Parish, New Kent, Virginia,)
        iii.  Andrew Moorman (born on 4 Nov 1689 St. Peters Parish, New Kent, Virginia,)


625. Elizabeth Macajah Simpson 43, was born in 1659 in Of, Louisa, Virginia.

Elizabeth married Thomas Moorman in 1683 in Green Springs, Louisa, Virginia.


626. Christopher Reynolds 43, son of Christopher Reynolds and Mrs Elizabeth, Rivers Matthews, was born in 1642 in , Isle Of Wight, VA, was christened in Tcs, and died in 1695-1697 in , Somerset, MD, at age 53.

Christopher married Eliza Or Elizabeth Ann Shard in Prob, Isle Of Wight, VA.

Children from this marriage were:

313       i.  Elizabeth Reynolds (born in 1674 Of, Isle Of Wight, VA - died on 11 May 1765 in , Louisa, VA)


627. Eliza Or Elizabeth Ann Shard 43, was born about 1646 in , Isle Of Wight, VA.

Eliza married Christopher Reynolds in Prob, Isle Of Wight, VA.


628. Micajah Clark , son of Michael Clark and Margaret, was born in 1659 in Isle Of Wight, Hampshire, , England and died in 1706 in Virginia, at age 47.

Micajah married Sallie Ann Moorman in 1680 in Somerton, England.

Children from this marriage were:

314       i.  Christopher Clark (born in 1681 Somerton, Nansemond, VA - died on 28 May 1754 in , Louisa, VA)


629. Sallie Ann Moorman , was born in 1662 in , Isle Of Wight, Hampshire, England and died on 5 Jan 1710 in , , VA, at age 48.

Sallie married Micajah Clark in 1680 in Somerton, England.


632. John Chiles , son of Walter Chiles and Mary Page, was born in 1666 in James City, VA and died in 1723 in King William County, VA, at age 57.

General Notes: Was a messenger of the Council in 1693. (Council Journal MSS).

Was a justice in King William county in 1713, and in 1723 was a member of the Assembly from that county. He died that year.

His daughter, Eleanor, petitioned the Council "to stop the patent to Henry Chiles, or any other children of John Chiles, dec'd, in King William." (Spottsylvania records).

He received a land grant of 345 acres, in New Kent county, on October 2, 1690. Again, in 1691, grant of 900 aces in same county, "in the freshes of the York River above Mehixton." This part of the county was embraced in Hanover county when it was formed. The tract was purchased, September, 1744, by Mann Page from Henry Chiles, his son. (Hening, V, 278). Mann Page, son of Mathew and grandson of Colonel John, was a first cousin of John Chiles. In 1722 he was granted 300 acres in King William county. According to this grant he was church warden of St. Margarett's Parish.

Left property to his two nieces, Olive Edwards Martin, the daughter of Susannah Chiles Martin, and to Mary Wright, the daughter of Jane Chiles Wright.

John married Mary Boucher, after 1683.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Ann Chiles (born in 1688)
         ii.  Mary Chiles (born in 1690)
        iii.  Susanna Chiles (born in 1692)
         iv.  Jane Chiles (born in 1694)
          v.  William Chiles (born in 1700 New Kent County, VA - died in 1778 in Caroline County, VA)
         vi.  John Chiles (born in 1707 King William County, VA - died in 1774 in King William County, VA)
        vii.  Henry Chiles (born in 1710 King William County, VA - died in 1773 in King William County, VA)

John next married Eleanor Webber in 1710.

Children from this marriage were:

316       i.  Micajah Chiles (born in , Caroline, VA - died in 1734-1735 in , Caroline Co., Virginia, North America)
         ii.  Eleanor Chiles (born about 1722)


633. Eleanor Webber , daughter of Henry Webber and Jane ???, was born about 1640 and died after 1758.

Eleanor married John Chiles in 1710.

Eleanor next married Edwin Hickman.


634. William Terrell , son of Richmond Terrell and Elizabeth Waters, was born in 1655 in Reading, Berkshire, England and died in 1743 in Anna River, St Paul's Parish, Hanover, Virginia, at age 88.

General Notes: From a manuscript written by John Dabney Terrell, is listed in the Tidewater Virginia Families, Vol. 5: "Today I sit down to write from chaos. The reminiscences of men and things so long ago must in some things be the work of chance. Sometime in the latter part of the sixteenth century, William Terrell must have emigrated from England to America. He settled, lived, and died in Hanover county, Va., on Pamunkey, a small river passing between Richmond and Fredericksburg into the Rappahannock. The peninsula formed by the stream and the Potomac forms the Northern Neck of Virginia, The Potomac dividing Virginia from Maryland.
Having no family register, I cannot know whom he married or whether he came to the Colonies a married or single man. He was a tall, long, hungry, coarse man, with bones vastly wanting of flesh, black hair and eyes, brows like tow conjugal owls, mouth like the poor man's louse, and a nose like an elephant's proboscis, one whole foot long. His voice was hard, keen, and loud, and bursted forth like the very elements with an unearthly sepulchral tone; and when irritated to its tip, little mean and crippled devils might tremble. I have seen old Sam (a slave?) compress his gaunt frame and mock his shivering voice. Was it a misty night when the shrill voice struck you, one's flesh would weld to the bones like dried beef, or make one feel runnish all over. Than him the very house of mourning could not beat him, the shambles was not much power for his bed was a cowhide on the ground under a mulberry, sheltered from the broad Heavens. There and thus he and his wife dug the ground, made tobacco, bought Africans very low and became independent. He was honest and respectable, but his command came to his square, and so did others, or all dealings broke. Of his daughters I remember nothing. His sons, of whom I have heard, were James, John, Joel and Timothy. John lived in Granville, Co. N.C. as did Timothy in Chatham,......."

William patented several hundred acres over time, in King William County, VA., around Polecat Swamp. Some in 1716, 1717, 1718 and some earlier.

He was listed as deceased as of April 2, 1744.

William married Martha Susannah Waters in 1677 in Pamunkey River, St Peter Parish, New Kent, Virginia.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  William Terrell (born about 1685 New Kent County, VA - died in 1755 in Caroline County, VA)
         ii.  Anna Terrell (born about 1687 New Kent County, VA - died in 1734 in Hanover County, VA)
317     iii.  Mary Terrell (born in 1690 , Caroline, Virginia)
         iv.  David Terrell (born in 1695 New Kent County, VA - died about 12 Apr 1759 in Golansville, Caroline, VA)
          v.  James Terrell (born about 1698 VA - died in 1772 in Caroline County, VA)
         vi.  Joel Terrell (born in 1699 New Kent County, VA - died in 1758 in Hanover County, VA)
        vii.  Betty Ann Terrell (born about 1700 New Kent County, VA - died in 1734 in VA)
       viii.  Henry Terrell (born in 1702 New Kent County, VA - died in 1760 in Caroline County, VA)
         ix.  Timothy Terrell (born about 1704 New Kent County, VA - died in Feb 1763 in Orange County, NC)
          x.  John Terrell (born in 1705 New Kent County, VA - died in 1785 in Franklin County, NC)


635. Martha Susannah Waters , daughter of Edward Waters and Grace O'neil, was born in 1660 in , England and died after 1727 in , Hanover, Virginia.

Martha married William Terrell in 1677 in Pamunkey River, St Peter Parish, New Kent, Virginia.


656. Phillippe Antoni Du Trieux 42,43,64,65,66,67,68,69,70,71,72,73,74, was born about 1586 in Robey(Roubaix) 66,67,68,72,73,74, was christened in Baptised, and died before 8 Sep 1653 in New Amsterdam(No, NY) 66,67,68,72,73,74. Another name for Phillippe was Philippe Du Trieux. Ancestral File Number: 1WM4-TC0.

General Notes: [truax6.FTW]

Was court messenger of New Amsterdam, appointed 1638 dy
Director-General Kieft. Probably came came to New Amsterdam in 1624.
(He and his wife applied for transfer from their church in Leyden to "the
Indies" on 9 March 1624). Probably sailed on the New Netherland.
Information taken from the Internet April 1997. Source listed as
"House of Truax," NYGBR July, October 1926, January 1927.
Philippe and Susanna came to America aboard the "New Netherland" in 1624.
He was appointed by New York's Governor Kiefft in 1638 as a court messenger.
Phillipe was killed by indians - The House of Truax.
He was married in the Walloon Church in Amsterdam (#1), and in the Walloon
Church in Leiden (#2)
The family name appears to be derived from "Treu", a village in Belgium.
Philippe is shown as a widower at the time of his marriage to Susanne.
It is reported that the family came to America in 1624, but that date may not be correct. Philippe was appointed "Court messenger at New Amsterdam" by Gov. Kieft upon the Gov's arrival at Manhattan in 1638. Referred to as Court Messenger "Philip de Truy". Philippe seems to have been killed by Indians, probably along with his son. He had sold a house and lot in town - in Manhattan, near today's South St. Seaport - but I haven't found any reference to another house. Certainly his work as court messenger (sheriff) had him travel to all inhabited parts of New Netherland, so he would have known the whole
territory of the colony very well.
Official records show the almost constant strife between the settlers and the Indians, without recording all the names of those murdered, although some are identified. These page includes many notes on the times, as well as specific records for Philippe.
Some historical notes:
In 1643, Indians destroyed all bouweries but 3 on Manhattan and 2 on Staten Island, and killed people and cattle. In 1652, 4 persons on Manhattan were murdered by Indians; in 1653, 3 were murdered on Staten Island. "In 1655, Indians set fire to all
the bouweries on the Manhattans around New Amsterdam, and afterwards on Staten Island, and killed all that didn't escape. In less than 3 days, 40+ colonists were killed and about 100 women and children were taken prisoner. Bouweries and some plantations were burnt." There is a "Remonstrance 31 Oct 1655 of the Dir General & Council of New Netherlands to the States General exposing the bad conduct of the barbarous Indians towards the Dutch" which reports many incidents. For a time, individuals were forbidden from wandering outside the settlements; those killed almost being blamed for their own deaths, as the situation was so hostile. So traveling or doing a bit of scouting for promising new land was very risky in these years.
source: Newsletter of descendants' association, article by Ronald S. Taylor.
Philippe de Trieux became engaged to Jacquemyne Noiret on 11 Apr 1615 and they married 10 May 1615. She was from Lisle, according to the marriage register of the Walloon church in Amsterdam. Philippe, age 27, had lived on the "Wale pad" or Walloon Avenue for 3/4 of a year, and was a bachelor. Jacquemyne, born at Ryssel, age 22, had lived on the Wale pad for 12 years. Their son Philippe was baptized 3 Jan 1616 with Arnoult Noiret (her father) and Jaspar du Trieux (of whom there is no other record) present. There is also record of "Jacquemyne, widow of Philippe du Trieux" transferring in 1601 from the Walloon Church of Norwich to that of Leyden. Daughter Marye was baptized in Amsterdam 5 Apr 1617. The family was received into the Leyden church in Oct 1617, then went back to Amsterdam in Dec 1617. The 2nd son named Philippe was baptized in Amsterdam 10 Feb 1619; daughter Madeleine was baptized in Amsterdam 9 Feb 1620. Philippe became engaged to Susanna on 17 Jul 1621 and they married in Amsterdam 30 Aug 1621. Philippe's 5th child, Gerome, was baptized 20 Oct 1623 at the Walloon Church of Amsterdam. The family left for New Netherlands by ship on 30 Mar 1624 and arrived May or June 1624.
source: "The Monmouth County Branch of the Truax/Truex Family"
"He was a dresser of plush or mock velvet, and a Walloon ... From the records of the Walloon church at Leyden, Holland, we find that on 15 Aug 1617, Philippe and Jacquemyne became members. This church had been established by... French speaking Protestants who in the 16th century were driven by religious persecution from their homes...." quoting the Archives of Amsterdam: "On 17 Jul 1621 appeared before the Commissaries of matters concerning marriages, Philippe du Trieu of Roby aged 34 and living in the Runtstreat, worsted dyer, widower of Jacquemyne Noiret, to Susanna du Chesne, of Sedan aged 20 years, orphan, assisted by Jean Pinson her cousin, ..." It looks like the 2nd wife was a cousin of the first.
"Philippe and Susanne received a certificate of transfer - "an attestation" - from the church at Leyden "as pour Westinde" on 9 Mar 1624 and came to America aboard the "New Netherland" in its voyage from Amsterdam to New Amsterdam arriving in May or June of that year. He was among that company of Walloons who came in that year under the leadership of Jesse de Foreest, and have the honor of being the first citizens of what is now New York. There are no records of Philippe for the next 13 - 14 years, although his children were born during that period, and he most certainly was one of the first to build upon the Bever Graft, or the modern Beaver Street. "In 1638 was appointed Court Messenger, or Marshall, by Gov. Kieft, and on 22 May 1640 received a patent for the land adjoining Sec. Van Tien Hoven's farm in Smith's Valley, Manhattan Island, on which it appears he resided. On a map of New Amsterdam as it was abt 1644 ... will be seen a large tract of land on the east of the island marked "land of Philip de Truye." This was situated in what was then known as "Smit's Vly" and in 1914 was partly occupied by the Fulton Market. Philippe was one of the few early settlers whose land can be readily located, and although he did not take out a patent for it until 1640 he doubtless had owned it long before.
"Philippe died between 23 Jul 1649 when Cornelius Segersen of Renselaerswyck granted power of attorney to
Philip de Truy', and 8 Sep 1653 when the following appears in the Records of New Amsterdam (vol 1 p114):
Carel Van Brugge, pltf. vs Isaac d'Foreest, deft. Pltf. as venduemaster of the personal estate of Pieter Cornelisen, mill-wright, demands payment of fl. 59.8 for goods purchased at public vendue. Deft. acknowledges having purchased the goods, but says, in the name of Philip d'Truy's widow, that her son Philip (who was also murdered) had earned fl. 100 monthly wages of Pieter C., dec'd, which are still due him. Deft. is ordered to prove at the next Court day his demand against the estate of the abv-ment'd P.C. dec'd.' "From the above we learn that Philippe du Trieux was dead, and that his son Philippe had been murdered (probably by Indians), and it is possible that the father, Philippe, may have also been murdered. On 23 Oct 1654
Susanne de Scheeve, widow of Philippe De Truwe, late Court messenger at New Amsterdam, confers power of attorney upon her son-in-law Isaack de ---, burgher and free trader at New Amsterdam.'"
source: "New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch" translated and annotated by Arnold J.F. van Laer,
edited with added indexes by Kenneth Scott and Kenn Stryker-Rodda, published under the direction of The Holland Society of New York. Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore. Vol IV, Council Minutes, 1638-1649 has a number of items that give a few glimpses into Philippe's life. Spelling inconsistencies are as in the records.
Council Minutes
26 Aug 1638. "Symen Dirckson Pos, plaintiff, vs. Philip de Truy, defendant, demanding payment of l.4:10. Case put over to the next court day as the defendant denies the claim."
2 Sep 1638. "Symen Dircksen Pos, plaintiff, vs. Philip de Truy, defendant, for payment of fl. 4:10. The defendant answers that he does not owe so much. Parties agree together, one releasing the other, provided that Philip de Truy deliver to the plaintiff as much fish as he has in his house."
7 October 1638. Everardus Bogardus, minister, plaintiff, vs. Anthony Jansen from Salee, defendant, for slander. "Declaration of Philip de Truy, made in court at the request of Bogarde, that on the departure of the ship Soutberch, anno 1633, the said Truy, going to the strand to draw water, heard and saw the following: Grietjen Reyniers, wife of Anthony Jansen aforenamed, being likewise on the strand, the crew of the Soutbergh aforesaid called to her,
Whore, Whore, two pound butter's whore!' Whereupon Grietjen, paying little attention to this, lifted up her petticoat and [turning to] the crew pointed to her behind."
Council Minutes,
Thursday, 28 Oct 1638 "Ulrich Lupoldt, fiscal, plaintiff, vs. Anthony Jan(sen) from Salee, defendant. He charges the defendant with having stolen the wood which Phi(lip) de Truy had cut in the woods. The defendant says he is not guilty of the charge. Case put over until the next court day, the parties meanwhile to bring proper proof of everything."
Council Minutes,
24 March 1639 Philip de Truy, plaintiff, vs. Anthony Jansen from Salee, defendant, for slander. Default. [Anthony Jansen was frequently involved in such cases!] Ditto 31 March 1639 when several others also brought charges of slander against Jansen and had judgments by default.
28 April 1639 Philip de Truy, plaintiff, vs. Anthony Jansen from Salee, defendant. Plaintiff demands that the piece of land given him by the defendant be transferred to him. Plaintiff's request is denied.
source: Calendar of Dutch Historical MSS 1630-1664 by O'Callaghan, p34.
22 May 1640, Book GG, Patent. Philip de Truy, court messenger, land near Smith's valley, Manhattan island.
returning to source: "New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch"
July 1644 , Philip de Truy, plaintiff, vs. Antony Janser of Sale, defendant, for damage by cattle. Plaintiff is ordered to prove that his fence was tight.
2 August 1644 , I, Philip de Truy, court messenger of New Netherland, being authorized by the honorable director general and council of New Netherland, do summon you, Nicolaes Coorn, commander of Beeren Island, on behalf of Willem de Key, attorney for Govert Loockmans, to appear here in Fort Amsterdam six weeks from this date ..."
4 August 1644, revised from "Laws and Ordinances of New Netherland" tells us about the situation the settlers found themselves in. "Whereas by this war which we have been obliged to wage and still carry on against the Indians we find ourselves wholly without goods and effects and do not know wherewith to feed or to maintain the soldiers, and whereas a goodly number of soldiers have been sent to our assistance from Curacao, we should indeed have excused ourselves from accepting them, were it not that the necessity of the country demanded their retention and the commonality insisted upon it. Therefore, it is deemed advisable to retain a large number of them here and as it is impossible for the director to provide them with clothing, the store being entirely empty and the winter at hand, and as nothing can be effected with naked men, who on the contrary are a heavy burden on us, no other means are found available than to impose some excise on commodities wherein those deal who only do business here, while others must suffer serious loss. "Wherefore it is provisionally ordained (until help is obtained from Holland) that each merchantable beaver being here at the fort or brought to it shall pay 15 stivers once for all. And in order to prevent all frauds, all the beavers on which the duty is paid shall be marked with the Company's mark by the officer appointed thereto, and such beavers as three days
after the publication hereof shall be found to be unmarked shall be confiscated. On leaving the country, the [merchants] will be given a certificate that the duty has been paid to the Company. "Furthermore, henceforth there shall be paid on each barrel of beer 3 guilders, payable by the brewer, on condition that
he shall be allowed to sell his beer to the tavern keepers at fl.22, and the tavern keepers [shall be allowed to sell the same] again at 9 stivers the half-gallon; and all the brewers shall be bound to notify the receiver how many barrels they have brewed each time, before it is removed from the premises. Thus done by the honorable director, Johannes la Montagne, the honorable fiscal, Captain Willem Cornelisz, Bastiaen Crol and Captain Jan de Fries, and published the day and year above written.
"The director and council have appointed Willem de Key receiver of the duties on beavers and beer and allowed him as compensation therefor 5% [of his receipts] over and above his regular salary, on condition that he render a propert and true account of everything, as he is bound to do according to his oath of fidelity to the Company."
Source: "Lease from Philip du Trieux to Pieter Andriessen of a milch cow on shares" gives an idea of the importance and scarcity of milk cows in those years in New Amsterdam. "Before me, Cornelis van Tienhoven, appointed secretary in New Netherland for the General Chartered West India Company, appeared in the presence of the undersigned witnesses Pieter Andriessen, who acknowledged that on the 2d of August last he received from Philip de Truy one cow on the conditions and terms hereinafter written.
First, the risk of death shall be shared jointly by Philip de Truy and him, Pieter Andriessen aforesaid, for the term of four consecutive years, beginning on the 2d of August 1641 and ending the 2d of August 1645, on condition that at the expiration of the aforesaid four years the increase shall be shared and divided half and half. Furthermore, Pieter shall annually pay to Philip or his assigns 25 pounds of butter as rent of said cow, and if it happen that no more than one calf, whether bull calf or heifer calf, be produced from the aforesaid cow during the said years, it shall be appraised by arbitrators and lots shall be drawn to determine who shall keep it and whoever retains it shall pay one-half the valuation to him who loses his half (interest in the calf); all without fraud. Done this 15th of October 1641, in Fort Amsterdam in New Netherland. Phylippe du Tryecx [in O'Callaghan's translation; in other places the signature reads
Phylippe du Tryeux"] [mark of Pieter Andriessen] John Stanley, Cornelius van der Hoykens, fiscal, witnesses. Acknowledged before me, Cornelis van Tienhoven, Secretary."
Entry 26 Nov 1643 refers to "Philip du Truy, court messenger" and is signed "Philippe du Tryeux, messenger."
"Declaration of Ponkes, an Indian of Marechkawick, regarding the burning of Jochem Pietersen Kuyter's house" shows the tense situation between settlers and Indians.
"Before me, Cornelis van Tienhoven, secretary of New Netherland, appeared Ponkes, an Indian of Maechkawieck, who has been among the Indians, our enemies during the war, and who on the 7th of March last, in the presence of Jan Eversen Bout, Frederic Lubbersz and Cors Pitersen, inhabitants here, and before the honorable fiscal, voluntarily made a statement in his own tongue, which tongue and statement of the Indian above mentioned the aforesaid persons declare fully to understand. Wherefore they, the deponents, declare that on the 7th of March last they heard the statement made by the Indian, who said that the Indians, our enemies, did not set Jochim [Pie]tersz' house on fire, the more so as they
inquired among themselves who might have done it and were not able to learn that those who burned the house were Indians, notwithstanding the fact that the Indians when they commit anyoutrage boast of it and think that they have done a good and great thing. [footnote: Here follows: "but as far as the Indians know at present the owner himself set fire to the house and fled for fear of being killed," which words are canceled in the original.] All of which the deponents declare to have heard from the Indian in the Indian language, offering to confirm the same. Done in Fort Amsterdam in New Netherland, the 9th of March 1645." "The deponents refused to sign in the presence of the council and the undersigned witnesses, in whose presence they acknowledged that they had heard the foregoing from the Indian. Done as above, Philippe du Tryeux, Willem Breidenbent, under-sheriff, Daniel Kaggen. Before me, who also understand the Indian language and likewise heard the same from the Indian, Cornelis van Tienhoven, Secretary."
"Contract of sale of a parcel of land on the East River on Manhattan island from Govert Loockermans and associates to William Coulder" refers to Philippe's land: "On the 15th of September in the year ... 1646, before me, Cornelis van Tienhoven, secretary of New Netherland, appeared Mr. Govert Loockmans and Dirck Cornelissen, of Wensveen, having power of attorney from their co-partners residing in Holland, who declared in the presence of the undersigned witnesses that they had sold to Willem Goulder a parcel of land situated on the island of Manhatans, on the East river, bounded to the westward by Mr. Allerton and Philip de Truy; extending from the height next to the strand along said Allerton's and de Truy's land in length 28 rods to the cripplebush; in breadth along the cripple bush 18 rods 1 foot; thence toward the height by the strand in length 30 rods along the land of Loockmans and associates; and in breadth along the strand on the height 18 rods 1 foot; which parcel of land contains in all 524 rods 5 feet; for which Willem Goulder shall pay to the vendors the sum of 200 guilders in three installments, to wit: 1/3 part 15 Sep 1647, 1/3 part 15 Sep 1648, and [the last third part] the 15 Sep 1649, each time in such money as is current here. ...." Agreement of Henry Breser to take over Philip de Truy's house and land on the conditions agreed to by Nicolaes Stillwell" shows that Philip had left his house in the 1640's but was still alive Feb 1649 [1650 modern style? or was that adjustment already made by the Dutch?]
"Before me, Cornelis van Tienhoven, secretary of New Netherland, appeared Henry Breser, who acknowledged that he had taken over from Nicolaes Stillewel the land and dwelling house of Philip de Truy on the same conditions as Stillwell agreed to with said Philip, promising to fulfil the said conditions made by Stillewel with Philip de Truy in all respects, so that Philip may hold him, Henry Breser, responsible as principal in regard to said contract provided that Stillewel shall deliver in March to Henry Breser as many palisades as are required in front along the road and from the land to William Goulder, and by the middle of March 1651 provide the three other sides with new palisades, which Stillewel must deliver at his expense on the strand near Mr. Allerton's. Done the 8 of February 1649." marks of Breser and Stillewel, acknowledged before CvT. [In the margin is written: "not paid."]
"Power of attorney from Cornelis Segersen to Philip de Truy to demand ten beavers from Jacobus van Curler" Cornelis Segersz [Cornelis Segersen van Voorhout], residing in Renselarswyck, appoints and empowers Philip de Truy to demand and receive from Jacobus van Curler ten beaver skins, which the principal loaned to Jacob van Corler not long since on the island of Manhatans. On receipt of the said beavers by Philip de Truy, he is authorized to execute a discharge in full therefor, which shall be valid, and if necessity demands it the attorney may sue for them and further act as circumstances may require. This day, the 23d of July 1649, in New Amsterdam. Cornelys Zegers. Acknowledged before me, Cor. van Tienhoven, Secretary."
What's next? Look for a father by the same name; look for church records for Huguenots in Norwich, ENG. [Certificate cited in Leyden records.] There is also a Piere du Trieux who appears as a witness in some Walloon records at Norwich, England; his connection to this group is not known. Philippe du Trieux
Progenitor of the Truax Family

The following Du Trieux family history was prepared by Combs Craig Truax, with annotations and corrections by Mike Truax (newsletter editor and webmaster for the Association of Descendants of Philippe du Trieux)

The Du Trieux family were Walloons, people of Celtic stock in northeast France (present day Belgium), French speaking, who became Protestants in large numbers at the Reformation. This small area of Europe, which at the time was under Spanish rule, was marked by bloodshed, repression and wide-spread loss of life.

Many of the Du Trieux family fled. Some found sanctuary in England and a large family group went, in exile, to the Netherlands. In the Netherlands, which had recently declared its independence from Spain, the Du Trieuxes and other Walloon families settled in Leiden and Amsterdam. As skilled artisans, these Walloons found employment, assistance, civil and religious freedoms. Among these was Philippe Du Trieux, born ca. 1586 at Roubaix in what is now France.

By 1614, Philippe Du Trieux was a skilled craftsman in Amsterdam, serving as a dyer. In 1615, in the Walloon Church of old Amsterdam, he married Jacquemine Noiret, a fellow Huguenot, from Lille, France. In 1620, Jacquemine died, leaving Philippe with three small children [Marie, Philippe Jr., and Madeline, who died in infancy--mjt]. Philippe, in 1621, married Susanna Du Chesne, a Huguenot from Sedan, France. To them was born a son, Gerome, in the fall of 1623 [Gerome died prior to Philippe’s emigration in 1624--mjt].

In the meantime, the West India Company was being established to develop international commerce and to serve as a military arm of the Netherlands. A brisk fur trade had developed in the Hudson Valley region of America, and in 1623 the West India Company made the decision to occupy the land between the Delaware Valley and the Connecticut River with permanent settlers.

Philippe and his fellow Walloons had long been seeking the means to settle either in North or South America. His family, along with 29 other families largely of Walloon identification, entered into a contract with the West India Company to relocate to America.

Philippe and his family [wife Susanna and children Marie and Philippe Jr.--mjt] departed the Netherlands at the beginning of April 1624 on the ship "New Netherland" and arrived at present day New York in mid-May. He and his fellow emigrants came as free men and were granted freedom of conscience in all religious matters.

THE DU TRIEUX FAMILY IN COLONIAL AMERICA

Upon the purchase of Manhattan Island in 1626, all Dutch and Walloon settlers were gathered from their original 1624 settlement points and brought to Manhattan. There, Philippe and Susanna’s family continued to expand [four daughters and three sons, all of whom had children--mjt]. He became an employee of the West India Company and served until his death as the court messenger or marshal. He owned a home on Beaver Street, near the Fort, which he sold in 1643, having acquired a sizable farm along the East River in 1640.

This first landholding on American soil today is the site of many Commercial ventures, the most famed of which is the Fulton Fish Market. The land is located near the southern tip of Manhattan. It is on the shore precisely south of the Brooklyn Bridge.

If you visit the site, be sure to spend time at nearby Battery Park. There rests a beautiful monument erected in 1924 to honor the emigrants of the ship "New Netherlands. Donated by the people of the province of Hainaut in Belgium, the tercentennial observance was supported by the leadership of four nations: Belgium, the Netherlands, France and the United States.

Emigrant Philippe Du Trieux is much of record under the Dutch on early Manhattan Island, as are some of his children and his sons-in-law. [There are many records of Philippe's various legal activities--see Philippe's Legal Activities--mjt.] Philippe and his eldest son, Philippe Jr., were killed in 1652.

The following is from The Monmouth County Branch of the Truax/Truex Family:
Philippe was born in Roubaix, France in Jul or Aug of 1586. He was a dresser of plush or mock velvet, and a Walloon who married first, at Amsterdam, Holland, on 1 Apr 1615, Jacquemyne Noiret, who was born at Lille, France in 1593, the daughter of Arnould and Barbe (du Chesne) Noirett. At the time of their marriage, Philippe was given as 27 and Jacquemyne is 22. From the records of the Walloon church at Leyden, Holland we find that on 15 Aug 1617, Phillippe and Jaquemyne became members. This church had been established by those French-speaking Protestants who in the sixteenth century were driven by religous persecution from their homes in the wedge-like country between France and Germany into England and Holland.

Jacquemyne and her baby Madeleine died soon after the child's baptism on 9 Feb 1620, and Philippe obtained an Act of Betrothal on 17 Jul 1621 to marrry, second, SUSANNA DU CHESNE. A translation of that Act copied from the Archives of Amsterdam, Holland follows: "On July l7th, 1621, appeared before the Commisaries of matters concerning marriages, Philippe Dutrieux of Roby aged thirty-four years and living in the Runtstreat, worsted dyer, widower of Jacquemyne Noiret, to Susanna du Chesne, of Sedan aged twenty years, orphan, assisted by Jean Pinson her cousin, living in the Bisschopstreate requesting
their three Sunday proclamations (bans).". Susanna was still living in 1654.

Philippe died between 23 Jul 1649 when Cornelius Segersen of Renselaerswyck, granted power of attorney to "Philip de Truy", and 8 Sept 1653 when the following appears in the Records of New Amsterdam (Vol. I, p 114): "Carel Van Brugge, pltf. vs Isaac d' Foreest, deft. Pltf. as venduemaster of the personl estate of Pieter Cornelisen, mill-wright, demands payment of fl. 59.8 for goods purchased at public vendue. Deft. acknowledges having purchased the goods, but says, in the name of Philip d'Truy's widow, that her son Philip (who was also murdered) had earned fl. 100 monthly wages of Pieter Cornelisen dec'd, which sre still due him. Deft. is ordered to prove at the next Court day his demand against the estate of the above-mentioned Pieter Cornelisen deceased."

From the above we learn that Philippe du Trieux was dead, and that his son Philippe had been murdered (probably by Indians), and it is possible that the father, Philippe may have also been murdered. On 23 Oct 1654 "Susanne de Scheeve, widow of Philippe De Truwe, late Court messenger at New Amsterdam,
confers power of attorney upon her son-in-law Isaack de (___), burgher and free trader at New Amsterdam."

Philippe and Susanna received a cerificate of transfer - "an attestation"- from the church at Leyden "as pour Westinde" on 9 Mar 1624 and came to America aboard the "New Netherland" in its voyage from Amsterdam to New Amsterdam arriving in May or June of that year. He was among that company of Walloons who came in that year under the leadership of Jesse de Foreest, and have the honor of being the first citizens of what is now New York. There sre no records of Phillippe du Trieux for the next thirteen or fourteen years, although his children were born during that period, and he most certainly was
one of the first to build upon the Bever Graft, or the modern Beaver Street. In 1638 he was appointed Court Messenger, or Marshall, by Governor Kieft, and on 22 May 1640 received a patent for the land adjoining Secretary Van Tien Hoven's farm in Smith's Valley, Manhatten Island, on which it appears he
resided. On a map of New Amsterdam as it was about 1644, as found in the front pages of New Amsterdam and Its People by J.H. Innes, will be seen a large tract of land on the east of the island marked "land of Philip de Truye." This was situated in what was then known as "Smit's Vly" and in 1914
was partly occupied by Fulton Market. Philippe was one of the few early settlers whose land can be readily located, and although he did not take out a patent for it until 1640 he doubtless had owned it long before.
[truax5.FTW]

Was court messenger of New Amsterdam, appointed 1638 dy
Director-General Kieft. Probably came came to New Amsterdam in 1624.
(He and his wife applied for transfer from their church in Leyden to "the
Indies" on 9 March 1624). Probably sailed on the New Netherland.
Information taken from the Internet April 1997. Source listed as
"House of Truax," NYGBR July, October 1926, January 1927.
Philippe and Susanna came to America aboard the "New Netherland" in 1624.
He was appointed by New York's Governor Kiefft in 1638 as a court messenger.
Phillipe was killed by indians - The House of Truax.
He was married in the Walloon Church in Amsterdam (#1), and in the Walloon
Church in Leiden (#2)
The family name appears to be derived from "Trieu", a village in Belgium.
Philippe is shown as a widower at the time of his marriage to Susanne.
It is reported that the family came to America in 1624, but that date may not be correct. Philippe was appointed "Court messenger at New Amsterdam" by Gov. Kieft upon the Gov's arrival at Manhattan in 1638. Referred to as Court Messenger "Philip de Truy". Philippe seems to have been killed by Indians, probably along with his son. He had sold a house and lot in town - in Manhattan, near today's South St. Seaport - but I haven't found any reference to another house. Certainly his work as court messenger (sheriff) had him travel to all inhabited parts of New Netherland, so he would have known the whole
territory of the colony very well.
Official records show the almost constant strife between the settlers and the Indians, without recording all the names of those murdered, although some are identified.

This GEDCOM was compiled by Richard John Craig, Pat Crooks,
Barbara Bowser, and many other cousins. Richard may be
Emailed at rjcraig@sunlink.net. This data is meant to be
used for your personal use only. This data should not be
used for profit or government use.

Noted events in his life were:

• He has conflicting birth information of Alt. Birth, Abt 1585 and Roubaix, , , France. 72,73,74,75

• He has conflicting birth information of Alt. Birth, 1585 and Robey(Roubaix). 64,65,72,74

• He has conflicting death information of Alt. Death, Abt 1650 and , , New Netherlands. 72,73,74,76

• He has conflicting death information of Alt. Death, 1653 and New Amsterdam(No, NY. 64,65,72,74

• Fact 6: Fact 6, Messenger or Marshall. 66,67,68,72,73,74

• Fact 13: Fact 13, 1st Settlers of Schenectady. 66,67,68,72,73,74

Phillippe married Susannah Du Chesne 42,64,65,66,67,68,69,71,72,73,74,77,78, daughter of Abraham Du Chesne and Unknown, on 17 Jul 1621 in Wallon Church, Leiden, S. Holland, Holland 66,67,68,72,73. Susannah was born in 1601 in Sedan, Lorraine, France 66,67,68,72,73,74 and died after 1654 in New Amsterdam, New Netherland(Now NY) 66,67,68,72,73,74. Another name for Susannah was Susanna Du Chesne.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Gerome Du Trieux (born about 1623 Amsterdam, North Holland - died in 1624 in Amsterdam, North Holland)
         ii.  Sarah Du Trieux (born in 1625 New Amsterdam No, NY - died on 9 Nov 1692 in New Amsterdam No, NY)
        iii.  Susanna Du Trieux (born in 1626 New Amsterda(No, NY - died in 1660 in Fort Orange, New York)
         iv.  Abraham Du Trieux (born in 1632 New Amsterdam No, NY - died after 1662 in Fort Orange, Albany Co., New York)
          v.  Rachel Du Trieux (born in 1635 New Amsterdam(No, NY - , died in Fort Orange)
         vi.  Isaac Du Trieux (born before 21 Apr 1642 New Amsterdam, New Netherland - died before 1706 in Schenectady, NY)
        vii.  Rebecca Du Trieux (born in 1643 New Amsterdam(No, NY - died about 1670 in Schnectady, Schnectady, NY)
       viii.  Jacob Du Trieux (born before 2 Dec 1645 New Amsterdam(No, NY - died in 1709 in New Castle, New Castle, DE)

Phillippe next married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

328       i.  Issac Truax (born on 21 Apr 1623 New Amsterdam, New York - died in 1706 in Schnectady, Schnectady, New York)


658. Willim Hendricks Brouwer .

Willim married Elizabeth Drinckvelt.

Children from this marriage were:

329       i.  Maria Williamese Brouwer ()


659. Elizabeth Drinckvelt .

Elizabeth married Willim Hendricks Brouwer.


660. Omie De La Grange 43, was born about 1625 in <Albany, NY> and died on 20 Apr 1731, about age 106.

Omie married Annetje De Viries.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Jellis De La Grange (born about 1670 <Albany, NY> - died in 1710)
330      ii.  Jellis De La Grange (born in 1670 <Albany, NY> - died in 1710)
        iii.  Johannes De La Grange (born about 1667 Albany, NY - died in 1750)
         iv.  Omie De La Grange (born about 1672 Albany, NY - died on 22 Jan 1724)
          v.  Annetje De La Grange (born about 1675 <Albany, NY> - died in Jul 1761)
         vi.  Christian De La Grange (born about 1677 <Albany, NY>)
        vii.  Isaac De La Grange (born in 1686 <Albany, NY>)
       viii.  Jacobus De La Grange (born about 1692 <Albany, NY>)


661. Annetje De Viries 43, daughter of John(Jan) De Viries and Unknown, was born about 1650 in <Albany, NY> and died in 1735, about age 85.

Annetje married Omie De La Grange.


664. Johann Zeybel Seibel .

Johann married Cath.

Children from this marriage were:

332       i.  Jacob Zeybel Seibel ()


665. Cath , was born in Oberschild.

Cath married Johann Zeybel Seibel.


666. Johan Bush .

Johan married Anna Margreth.

Children from this marriage were:

333       i.  Anna Getha -Gutha Busch (born in Steinbrucken, Germany)


667. Anna Margreth .

Anna married Johan Bush.


674. Hezekiah Loomis , was born on 21 Feb 1668 in Windsor, Conn and died in 1758 in East Windsor, Conn, at age 90.

Hezekiah married Mary Porter.

Children from this marriage were:

337       i.  Joanna Loomis (born on 4 Dec 1702 Hartford, Windsor, Conn - died on 19 Jul 1788 in Water Berry, Conn)


675. Mary Porter , was born on 20 Nov 1672.

Mary married Hezekiah Loomis.


688. John Conant 43, was born on 15 Dec 1652 in Beverly, Essex, Mass., was christened on 26 May 1662 in Salem, Essex, Mass died on 30 Sep 1724 in Beverly, Essex, Mass, at age 71, and was buried in Sep 1724 in , , Massachusetts.

John married Bethiah Mansfield on 7 May 1678 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Lott Conant (born on 1 Jun 1679 , Beverley, Essex, MA - died on 20 Sep 1767 in Concord, Middlesex, MA)
         ii.  Elizabeth Conant (born on 24 Jan 1681 Beverly, Essex, MA - , died in AL48151)
        iii.  Bithiah Conant (born on 14 Oct 1684 Beverly, Essex, MA - buried on 26 May 1774 , died in AL48152)
         iv.  John Conant (born on 7 Jul 1686 Beverly, Essex, MA - died on 26 May 1755 in (Will Proved))
          v.  Deborah Conant (born on 20 Feb 1688 Beverly, Essex, MA - died on 13 Apr 1763 in Concord, Middlesex, MA)
         vi.  Mary Conant (born on 20 Oct 1689 Beverly, Essex, MA - died on 23 Nov 1743 in Ipswich, Essex, MA)
        vii.  Daniel Conant (born on 19 Nov 1694 Beverly, Essex, MA - died in 1751 in Beverly, Essex, MA)
       viii.  Rebecca Conant (born on 29 Mar 1696 Beverly, Essex, MA - died on 13 Sep 1770 in (Or 13 Sep))
344      ix.  Benjamin Conant (born on 22 Oct 1698 Beverly, Essex, MA - died on 20 Sep 1767 in Warwick, Franklin, Mass.)
          x.  Jemina Conant (born on 9 Nov 1701 Beverly, Essex, MA - , died in AL48159)


689. Bethiah Mansfield 43, was born on 7 Apr 1658 in , Lynn, Essex, Mass. died on 27 Jul 1720 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts, at age 62, and was buried in Beverly, Essex, MA.

Bethiah married John Conant on 7 May 1678 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts.


690. John Davison 43, was born in 1666 in Ipswich, Essex, MA and died in Nov 1735 in Ipswich, Essex, MA, at age 69.

John married Martha Dodge.

Children from this marriage were:

345       i.  Martha Davidson (born about 1699 Of Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts - died on 5 Jan 1746 in Dudley, Worcester, Mass.)
         ii.  John Davisson (born in 1704 . chr. Wenham, Essex, MA - died on 9 Jan 1777 in Charlton, MA)
        iii.  Mary Davisson (born in 1708 . chr. Wenham, Essex, MA)
         iv.  Ebenezer Davisson (born in 1711 . chr. Wenham, Essex, MA)
          v.  Habbakuk Davisson (born in 1715 . chr. Wenham, Essex, MA)


691. Martha Dodge 43, was born on 6 Jun 1674 in Wenham, Essex, Mass, was christened on 7 Jun 1674 in Wenham, Ssx, MA, and died in Ipswich, , Mass.

Martha married John Davison.


692. Isaac Newell 43, was born on 11 Dec 1660 in Roxbury, Suffolk, MA and died on 28 Mar 1738 in Dudley, Worcester, Massachusetts, at age 77.

Isaac married Mrs. Sarah Newell about 1685 in Roxbury, Suffolk, MA.

Children from this marriage were:

346       i.  Jonathan Newell (born on 10 Oct 1701 Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts)
         ii.  Isaac Newell (born on 1 Feb 1688 Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts - died on 29 Mar 1767)
        iii.  Mehetibel Newell (born on 2 Apr 1695 Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts)
         iv.  Abigail Newell (born on 15 Nov 1697 Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts - died about 1697 in Roxbury, Suffolk, MA.)
          v.  Benjamine Newell (born on 20 Jan 1704 Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts - died in 1754)
         vi.  Sarah Newell (born on 8 May 1705 Roxbury, Suffolk, MA)
        vii.  Philip Newell (born on 26 Mar 1693 Roxbury, Suffolk, MA. - died about 1774)


693. Mrs. Sarah Newell 43, was born about 1670 of Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

Mrs. married Isaac Newell about 1685 in Roxbury, Suffolk, MA.


694. John Mason 43, was born on 22 Jan 1677 in , Lexington, Middlesex, Massachusetts and died on 24 Mar 1738 in , Lexington, Middlesex, Massachusetts, at age 61.

John married Elizabeth Spring on 18 Oct 1699 in , Lexington, Middlesex, Massachusetts.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Jonas Mason (born on 21 Oct 1708 , Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts - died on 13 Mar 1801 in , Gorham, Cumberland, Maine)
         ii.  Sarah Mason (born on 7 Jun 1714 Lexington, Middlesex, MA - died on 13 Apr 1785)
        iii.  Jonathan Mason (born on 27 May 1705 , Dedham, Middlesex, Massachusetts - died on 29 Oct 1779 in , Sturbridge, Worcester, Massachusetts)
         iv.  Mr Mason (born on 14 Aug 1700 Lexington, Middlesex, MA)
          v.  John Mason (born in Aug 1701 Lexington, Middlesex, MA)
         vi.  Elizabeth Mason (born on 5 Sep 1703 Lexington, Middlesex, MA)
347     vii.  Millicent Mason (born on 29 Apr 1705 Lexington, Middlesex, MA - died before 1762)
       viii.  Thaddeus Mason (born on 29 Dec 1706 Lexington, Middlesex, MA)
         ix.  Katharine Mason (born on 13 Aug 1710 Lexington, Middlesex, MA)
          x.  Ester Mason (born on 4 Jan 1712 Lexington, Middlesex, MA)


695. Elizabeth Spring 43, was born on 7 Apr 1675 in , Cambridge (Newton), Middlesex, Massachusetts.

Elizabeth married John Mason on 18 Oct 1699 in , Lexington, Middlesex, Massachusetts.


736. John Adams 42, son of Ensign Edward Adams and Lydia Rockwood, was born on 18 Feb 1657 in Medfield, Norfolk, MA died on 1 Mar 1751 in Medway, Norfolk, MA, at age 94, and was buried in Mar 1751. Ancestral File Number: 1CSX-TF.

John married Susanna Breck.

Children from this marriage were:

368       i.  Thomas Adams (born on 11 Feb 1695 Amberst, MA? - died in 1743 in Or 1744 Amherst, MA)

John next married Susannah Breck Or (Brick). Susannah was born on 10 May 1667 in Sherborn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, christened on 10 May 1667 in Sherborn, Suffolk, MA, died on 28 May 1744 in Medfield, Norfolk, MA, at age 77, and was buried in May 1744.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Edward Adams (born on 13 Jan 1682 Medfield, Norfolk, MA - died on 22 Sep 1742 in Milton, Norfolk, MA)
         ii.  John Adams (born on 22 Dec 1684 Medfield, Norfolk, MA - died on 20 Nov 1759 in Medway, Norfolk, Massachusetts)
        iii.  Daniel Adams (born on 12 Jan 1696 Medfield, Norfolk, MA - died on 12 Sep 1772 in Medway, Mass.)
         iv.  Eleaser Adams (born in 1687 Medfield, Norfolk, MA - died on 8 Oct 1775)
          v.  Obadiah Adams (born on 20 Jan 1689 Medfield, Norfolk, MA - died on 22 Nov 1765 in Medway, Nrflk, MA.)
         vi.  Jonathan Adams (born in 1692 Medfield, Norfolk, MA)
        vii.  Susanna Adams (born on 30 Jul 1697 Medfield, Norfolk, MA - died in 1759 in Killingly, CT?)
       viii.  Jeremiah Adams (born on 13 Jul 1697 Medfield, Norfolk, MA - died in 1785 in Brookfield, Wrcstr, MA.)
         ix.  Abraham Adams (born on 27 Aug 1701 Medfield, Norfolk, MA - died in 1785 in Brookfield, Worcester, MA)
          x.  Bethia Adams (born on 2 Jun 1702 Medfield, Norfolk, MA - died in 1757 in Framingham, MA)
         xi.  Esther Adams (born on 29 Mar 1707 Medfield, Norfolk, MA)
        xii.  Hannah Adams (born on 29 Mar 1707 Medway, Suffolk, Massachusetts - died on 1 Jul 1756 in Medway, Norfolk, MA)
368    xiii.  Thomas Adams (born on 11 Feb 1695 Amberst, MA? - died in 1743 in Or 1744 Amherst, MA)
        xiv.  Phineas Adams (born on 19 May 1705 Medfield, Norfolk, MA - died on 9 Feb 1856 in Medway, Norfolk, MA)
         xv.  Esther Adams (born on 15 Nov 1708 Medfield, Norfolk, MA)


737. Susanna Breck , was born in 1667 and died in 1744, at age 77.

Susanna married John Adams.


738. Jonathan Fisher 42, was born on 24 Jul 1666 in Medfield, Middlesex, Massachusetts and died on 25 Feb 1752 in Medway, Mass, at age 85. Ancestral File Number: L20T-GL.

Jonathan married Rachel Fairbank in 1691 in Medfield, Norfolk, Massachusetts.

Children from this marriage were:

369       i.  Abigail Fisher (born in 1701 Medway, Norfolk, Massachusetts - died in 1751 in Amherst, Mass.)


739. Rachel Fairbank 42, was born on 29 Sep 1672 in Medfield, Norfolk, Massachusetts and died on 5 Apr 1747 in Medway, Norfolk, Massachusetts, at age 74. Ancestral File Number: L20T-HR.

Rachel married Jonathan Fisher in 1691 in Medfield, Norfolk, Massachusetts.


744. Robert Houghton , was born in 1658 and died in 1723, at age 65.

Robert married Ester Leffinquell.

Children from this marriage were:

372       i.  Joshua Houghton (born in 1695 Lancaster, Worchester, MA - died in 1740)


745. Ester Leffinquell , was born in 1657 and died in 1740, at age 83.

Ester married Robert Houghton.


746. Samuel Bennett , was born in 1665 and died in 1742, at age 77.

Samuel married Mary.

Children from this marriage were:

373       i.  Elizabeth Bennett (born in 1698)


747. Mary .

Mary married Samuel Bennett.



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1184. Jan Joosten Van Meteren Van Cuick 42,58,59,79, son of Melchior Van Meteren and Anneken Ariens, was born in 1630 in Guelderland, Thielerwardt, , Holland 58,59 and died on 13 Jun 1706 in Raritan, Somerset, New Jersey, at age 76 58,59. Ancestral File Number: 19F3-J5.

General Notes: Lorraine Luke <mailto:LORILUKE@prodigy.net>
Home Page: My Families of Early Ulster County, New York <http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~luke/Homex.html>
.
Name: Jan Joosten Van Meteren Sex: M Birth: C 1626 in Thielerwardt, Gelderland, Holland Death: PRIOR 4/1704 in probably New Jersey 1 Note: See page 20-21 Descendants of Chretian DuBois (B-12) for family information. See page 41 for will in Probate Records of Ulster COunty by Anjou Came to America on the FOX on April 12, 1662 with five children. Settled at Wiltwyck during the summer of 1662. Indians raided the village in 1663, and stole his wife and 2 children. He was a farmer, and as a man of growing importance in civil & religious matters. He was an Elder of the church & later a magistrate and Justice of the Peace. 2

Marriage 1 Maeyken Hendricksen </cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gemini&id=I2330> b: C 1629 in Meppelen, Province Drenth, Holland
Married: C 1646 in Gelderland in the Netherlands
Children
Lysbeth Van Meteren </cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gemini&id=I2331> b: 1647 in Holland
Catherine Van Meteren </cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gemini&id=I2332> b: 1650 in Meppelen, Province Drenth, Holland
Geertje Van Meteren </cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gemini&id=I2333> b: 1653
Joost van Meteren </cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gemini&id=I368> b: 1656 in Gelderland in the Netherlands
Gysbert Jansen Van Meteren </cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=gemini&id=I2334> b: 1660

Sources:

Author: Compiled by William Heidgerd.
Title: THE AMERICAN DESCENDENTS of CHRETIAN DUBOIS of WICRES, FRANCE. Parts I-XI
Abbrev: DuBois Family (DBFA)
Publication: DuBois Family Association. 1968+
Note:
DuBois Family Association: P.O. Box 545, New Paltz, New York 12561. [dbfa] at [ juno.com]. [845-255-9050].
Author: Anjou, Gustave
Title: Ulster County, New York Probate Records, Volume I and II, Records as they appear in the Office of the Surrogate, and in
Abbrev: Anjou Probate Records
Publication: 1992
Note:
ISBN 1-55613-704-4 &1-55613-698-6 (1992).There is controversy about Anjou's written genealogies which are purported to be inaccurate and fabricated.

Jan married Macyke Hendricksen in 1646 in Gelderland, Dreuth, Holland 58,59.

Marriage Notes: Reference Number:414104

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Lysbeth Van Meteren (born about 1647 Gelderland, , Holland - died before 1681)
         ii.  Cathrin Crom Van Meteren (born in 1650 Gelderland, , Holland - died on an unknown date)
592     iii.  Joost Jansen Van Meteren (born about 1652 Meppelen, Drenth, Holl, Neth - died on 13 Jan 1706 in , Salem, NY)
         iv.  Geertje Van Meteren (born in 1653 , , Gelderland, Netherlands - died on an unknown date)


1185. Macyke Hendricksen 42,58,59,79,80,81, daughter of Hendricks Of Laeckervelt and Anne Jan Jans, was born on 12 Dec 1624 in Mappelen, Dreuth, Holland 58,59,80 and died in 1653 in Wyltwick, Ulster, NY, at age 29 58,59,80. Another name for Macyke was Macyken /Henderickson/ Or Macyke /Hendricksen/ Or Macyken Hendricksen. Ancestral File Number: 19F3-KB.

General Notes:
Source from Hills/Hatcher Family Tree on World Connect

Noted events in her life were:

• She has conflicting birth information of Abt 1637 in <Mappelen, Dreuth, Holland>. 59,80

Macyke married Jan Joosten Van Meteren Van Cuick in 1646 in Gelderland, Dreuth, Holland 58,59.

Macyke next married William Gijsbertsen Crom, on 7 Apr 1645 in Waardenburg, The Netherlands 81. William Gijsbertsen Crom died on an unknown date.


1186. Louis (Lowys) Du Bois (Dubois) 42, son of Chretian du Bois de Fiennes and Cornelia Brunel, was born on 21 Oct 1627 in Pasora DE Calais, Artois, Wicres, France, was christened on 27 Oct 1627 in Wicres, Artois, Pasora DE Calais, France died on 23 Jun 1696 in Esopus, (Kingston), Ulster, New York, at age 68, and was buried in Esopus, (Kingston), Ulster, New York. Ancestral File Number: 8XGW-NS.

General Notes: Louis du Bois
Born: October 21, 1626
Died: March 26, 1696
Spouse: Catherine Blanchan


Louis was baptized in Lille which was in Wicres, Flanders. His
baptismal sponsors were Jacques du Bois and Rogeau. In 1655, he
married Catherine Blanchan in Mannheim, Germany.

By Anson DuBois -1875 * Part 1 of 5 (edited): . . . This little family,
doubtless with other French Protestants, embarked for America in
1660, seeking in the New World, an asylum from royal and Romish
persecution. They sailed, no doubt, from a Holland port, in a Dutch
vessel, to these western possessions of the States-General.

At the period in which they arrived, the whole country was new . . .
Then Wall street and Broadway enclosed the quaint, irregularly-built
little town, nestled upon the lower point of the island sloping to the
East river, and even this narrow extent broken by sandhills, marshy
meadows and broad, open ditches. Two hundred poorly constructed
houses gave partial comfort to some fourteen hundred people. The
fort loomed up broadly in front, partially hiding within it the barracks, the
governor's official residence, and the Old Dutch church. . . The flag of
the States-General, and a wind-mill on the western bastion, were
notable indications of Hollandish rule. Wherever else in all that broad
and beautiful bay, the eye of our ancestor rested, he saw only the
forest, with possibly here and there an opening among the trees.

We have not the name of the ship or of his fellow-passengers.
Probably Rev. Hendricus Selyns, afterwards pastor at Brooklyn,and his
companion to America, Rev. Hermanus Blom, were in the company.
Blom had preached at Kingston the previous year and now came to
settle there, and thus became the pastor of Louis DuBois. They came
in the same year. But we cannot say that they came in the same ship.
Mathew Blanchon, a brother-in-law, and Antone Crispell and Hugo
Frere, early and intimate friends of Louis, may also have been with
him.

(Louis) DuBois and his companions must have landed at the
company's dock . . . A little further up they would have found the
substantial residence of the Dutch clergyman, or Dominie, as the
Dutch delight to call him Rev. Megapolensis. Just across the street
was the affable inn-keeper, Captain Martin Kregier, a man of mark, a
captain of the militia, a burgomaster, and officer of the council. His
discretion and bravery had full exercise three years after this, while in
command at Esopus . . .

DuBois and his companions must now leave New Amsterdam.
Governor Stuyvesant was absent on business, in the summer of 1660,
at Esopus and Fort Orange; if his absence occurred at this time,
DuBois applied for permission to go to the upper country to Henrick
Van Dyck . . .

All things being in readiness, DuBois, with his wife, children and
friends, much refreshed by their sojourn in the City set out for the
upper Hudson. The scenes were now a constant wonder for the
people who had sailed only on European rivers, where hamlet and
castle and city leave scarcely room for farm or garden. The sloping
Eastern Shore, the bald front of the Palisades, the Highlands. With
narrower water and towering peaks springing to the clouds from either
shore; the broader bay at Newberg. And, finally, the blue outlines of
the Shawangunk and the Catskills met their gaze. Everywhere were
forests, vast and deep. At long intervals only could be seen the thin
smoke of the Indian wigwam circling among the tree-tops, or a bark-
canoe gliding furtively across some darksome bay; but nothing, in the
long. Tedious sail, that bore the most distant resemblance to their old
home beyond the Atlantic.

At length the sloop turned her prow into the Rondout creek. The village
of Wiltwyck. In the "Esopus country", as Dominie Blom designated the
Kingston of his day, was now just beginning its permanent growth.
History states that the Dutch established a trading post at Rondout in
1614.Tradition, however, has it that the first settlers of Ulster county
landed at Saugerties, and followed up the Esopus kill, through
unbroken forests, twelve miles, and settled finally at Kingston, being
attracted by the rich alluvial meadows. But this settlement was twice
broken up before the arrival of our emigrants, and so late as 1655 is
said to have been wholly abandoned. Before 1660 it had been
reoccupied and put in some posture of defense.

We have now conducted Louis DuBois and his associates to their first
American home. We must narrate their labors at this place. And the
terrible events through which they were led; all of which show the
character of our Huguenot ancestors and have important relation to the
history of New Paltz.

*The writer and reader of this article, Anson DuBois, is of the tribe of Benjamin, who
was the son of Solomon, son of Louis. They belong to Catskill. He was formerly
pastor of the Second Reformed Church in Kingston, now of the Reformed Church
of Flatlands, near Brooklyn.


Louis Dubois settled his family in Esopus and began their new life
there. On June 10, 1663, Hurley was attacked and burned by the
Indians. The wife of Louis Du Bois, Catherine Blanchan, and three
children were among those who were carried away captive. Three
months afterward an expedition under Captain Krieger, sent from New
York, recovered the captives.

An excerpt from the History of New Paltz by Ralph LeFevre (1909) :
The story (of the rescue of the Indian captives) which is dear to the
Huguenot heart of New Paltz, is that when Captain Krieger and his
company directed by an Indian, attacked the savages at their place of
refuge near the Shawangunk Kill, they were about to burn one or more
captives at the stake, and the women commenced singing the 137th
Psalm, which so pleased the Indians that they deferred the proposed
death by torture. In the meantime Captain Krieger's band, with Louis
Du Bois and others, arrived and rescued the captives from a horrible
death. Louis Du Bois is reported to have killed with his sword an
Indian, who was in advance of the rest, before the alarm could be
raised.

The above story has been challenged by another historian citing that the prisoners
received no ill treatment. The prisoners were guarded carefully for negotiation
purposes

Through struggles in establishing a new home for his family, Louis and Catherine managed to raise a large and successful family. Today, their descendents number into the thousands. Following is the next generation of the DuBois Family who were the children of Louis. 1. Abraham Dubois, born December 29, 1657 in Mannheim, Germany. He married in Kingston in 1681 to Margaret Deyo. 2. Isaac Dubois, born May 14, 1660 in Mannheim, Germany. He married in 1683 in Kingston to Maria Hasbrouck. 3. Jacob Dubois, born 1661 in Hurley and married in 1689 to Lysbeth Vernoye. He married second in 1691 to Gerritje Gerritsen Van Nieukirk. 4. Sarah Dubois, born 1662 in Hurley and married in 1682 to Joost Van Meteren. 5. David Dubois, born 1667 and married in 1689 to Cornelia Vernooy. 6. Solomon Dubois, born 1669 and married in 1699 to Tryntjen Gerritsen Focchen, 7. Rebecca Dubois, born 1671 in Kingston. 8. Rachel Dubois, born 1675 in Kingston. 9. Louis Dubois, Jr., born in 1677 and married Rachel Hasbrouck. 10. Mattheus Dubois, born in 1679 and married Sara Matthysen. 11. Magdalena Dubois, born in 1680 in Kingston.
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Louis married Cathrine (Catherine) Blanchan (Blansham) (Blansjan) (Blancon) on 10 Oct 1655 in Church Of, Mannheim, Palatinate, Baden, Germany.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Abraham Dubois (born on 29 Sep 1656 Mannheim, Mannheim, Baden, Germany - died in 1656-1657 in Mannheim, Mannheim, Baden, Germany)
         ii.  Isaac Du Bois (born on 14 May 1660 Paltz, Mannheim, Baden, Germany - died on 28 Jun 1690 in New Paltz, Ulster, NY)
        iii.  Jacob Du Bois (born on 4 Oct 1661 Hurley, Ulster, NY - died in Jun 1745 in Hurley, Ulster, New York)
593      iv.  Sarah Dubois (born on 9 Sep 1662 Kingston, Or New Paltz, Ulster, NY - died in 1726 in Salem County, New Jersey)
          v.  David Du Bois (born on 13 Mar 1667 Rdc, Kingston, Ulster Co., New York - died in 1714-1715 in Rochester, Ulster, NY)
         vi.  Solomon Du Bois (born on 3 Feb 1669 Kingston, Ulster, NY - died on 15 Feb 1759 in New Paltz, Ulster, NY)
        vii.  Rebecca Du Bois (born on 19 Jan 1671 Hurley, Ulster, NY - died on 18 Jun 1671 in Hurley, Ulster, New York)
       viii.  Ragel Du Bois (born on 18 Apr 1675 Hurley, Ulster, NY - died in Apr 1675)
         ix.  Rachael Du Bois (born on 18 Apr 1675 Hurley, Ulster, New York - died about 1676 in Died Young)
          x.  Louis Du Bois (born on 23 May 1677 Hurley, Ulster, NY - died in 1749 in , Ulster, Co., N.Y.)
         xi.  Matthews Dubois (born on 3 Jan 1679 Hurley, Ulster, N.Y. - died on 2 Jun 1748 in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, NY)
        xii.  Magdalena Du Bois (born on 12 May 1680 Kingston, Ulster, Co., N.Y. - , died in Died Young)


1187. Cathrine (Catherine) Blanchan (Blansham) (Blansjan) (Blancon) 42, daughter of Matthys Blanchan (Blancon) and Magdalena Jorrisse Joire Jorrison, was born on 17 Oct 1627 in Mannheim, Palatinate, Baden, Germany, was christened in 1629 in Artois, Pas-DE-Calais, Normandy, France died on 18 Oct 1713 in Esopus, (Kingston), Ulster, New York, at age 86, and was buried in Esopus, (Kingston), Ulster, New York. Ancestral File Number: 8XGW-P0.

General Notes:
Generation Two, Branch One Louis du Bois Born: October 21, 1626 Died: March 26, 1696 Spouse: Catherine Blanchan Louis was baptized in Lille which was in Wicres, Flanders. His baptismal sponsors were Jacques du Bois and Rogeau. In 1655, he married Catherine Blanchan in Mannheim, Germany. By Anson DuBois -1875 * Part 1 of 5 (edited): . . . This little family, doubtless with other French Protestants, embarked for America in 1660, seeking in the New World, an asylum from royal and Romish persecution. They sailed, no doubt, from a Holland port, in a Dutch vessel, to these western possessions of the States-General. At the period in which they arrived, the whole country was new . . . Then Wall street and Broadway enclosed the quaint, irregularly-built little town, nestled upon the lower point of the island sloping to the East river, and even this narrow extent broken by sandhills, marshy meadows and broad, open ditches. Two hundred poorly constructed houses gave partial comfort to some fourteen hundred people. The fort loomed up broadly in front, partially hiding within it the barracks, the governor's official residence, and the Old Dutch church. . . The flag of the States-General, and a wind-mill on the western bastion, were notable indications of Hollandish rule. Wherever else in all that broad and beautiful bay, the eye of our ancestor rested, he saw only the forest, with possibly here and there an opening among the trees. We have not the name of the ship or of his fellow-passengers. Probably Rev. Hendricus Selyns, afterwards pastor at Brooklyn,and his companion to America, Rev. Hermanus Blom, were in the company. Blom had preached at Kingston the previous year and now came to settle there, and thus became the pastor of Louis DuBois. They came in the same year. But we cannot say that they came in the same ship. Mathew Blanchon, a brother-in-law, and Antone Crispell and Hugo Frere, early and intimate friends of Louis, may also have been with him. (Louis) DuBois and his companions must have landed at the company's dock . . . A little further up they would have found the substantial residence of the Dutch clergyman, or Dominie, as the Dutch delight to call him Rev. Megapolensis. Just across the street was the affable inn-keeper, Captain Martin Kregier, a man of mark, a captain of the militia, a burgomaster, and officer of the council. His discretion and bravery had full exercise three years after this, while in command at Esopus . . . DuBois and his companions must now leave New Amsterdam. Governor Stuyvesant was absent on business, in the summer of 1660, at Esopus and Fort Orange; if his absence occurred at this time, DuBois applied for permission to go to the upper country to Henrick Van Dyck . . . All things being in readiness, DuBois, with his wife, children and friends, much refreshed by their sojourn in the City set out for the upper Hudson. The scenes were now a constant wonder for the people who had sailed only on European rivers, where hamlet and castle and city leave scarcely room for farm or garden. The sloping Eastern Shore, the bald front of the Palisades, the Highlands. With narrower water and towering peaks springing to the clouds from either shore; the broader bay at Newberg. And, finally, the blue outlines of the Shawangunk and the Catskills met their gaze. Everywhere were forests, vast and deep. At long intervals only could be seen the thin smoke of the Indian wigwam circling among the tree-tops, or a bark- canoe gliding furtively across some darksome bay; but nothing, in the long. Tedious sail, that bore the most distant resemblance to their old home beyond the Atlantic. At length the sloop turned her prow into the Rondout creek. The village of Wiltwyck. In the "Esopus country", as Dominie Blom designated the Kingston of his day, was now just beginning its permanent growth. History states that the Dutch established a trading post at Rondout in 1614.Tradition, however, has it that the first settlers of Ulster county landed at Saugerties, and followed up the Esopus kill, through unbroken forests, twelve miles, and settled finally at Kingston, being attracted by the rich alluvial meadows. But this settlement was twice broken up before the arrival of our emigrants, and so late as 1655 is said to have been wholly abandoned. Before 1660 it had been reoccupied and put in some posture of defense. We have now conducted Louis DuBois and his associates to their first American home. We must narrate their labors at this place. And the terrible events through which they were led; all of which show the character of our Huguenot ancestors and have important relation to the history of New Paltz. *The writer and reader of this article, Anson DuBois, is of the tribe of Benjamin, who was the son of Solomon, son of Louis. They belong to Catskill. He was formerly pastor of the Second Reformed Church in Kingston, now of the Reformed Church of Flatlands, near Brooklyn. Louis Dubois settled his family in Esopus and began their new life there. On June 10, 1663, Hurley was attacked and burned by the Indians. The wife of Louis Du Bois, Catherine Blanchan, and three children were among those who were carried away captive. Three months afterward an expedition under Captain Krieger, sent from New York, recovered the captives. An excerpt from the History of New Paltz by Ralph LeFevre (1909) : The story (of the rescue of the Indian captives) which is dear to the Huguenot heart of New Paltz, is that when Captain Krieger and his company directed by an Indian, attacked the savages at their place of refuge near the Shawangunk Kill, they were about to burn one or more captives at the stake, and the women commenced singing the 137th Psalm, which so pleased the Indians that they deferred the proposed death by torture. In the meantime Captain Krieger's band, with Louis Du Bois and others, arrived and rescued the captives from a horrible death. Louis Du Bois is reported to have killed with his sword an Indian, who was in advance of the rest, before the alarm could be raised. The above story has been challenged by another historian citing that the prisoners received no ill treatment. The prisoners were guarded carefully for negotiation purposes.

Cathrine married Louis (Lowys) Du Bois (Dubois) on 10 Oct 1655 in Church Of, Mannheim, Palatinate, Baden, Germany.


1216. Thomas Johnston 44,45,46,47,48, son of John Johnston and Katherine Lundy, was born about 1600 in Scotland 44,45,46,47,48 and died in 1656 in Scotland, about age 56 44,45,46,47,48.

Thomas married Mary Irvine 44,45,46,47,48 about 1640 in Scotland Or England 44.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Thomas Johnston (born about 1641 Scotland - died wft est. 1642-1731 in Scotland Or England)
         ii.  William Johnston (born about 1644 Scotland - died wft est. 1645-1734 in Scotland Or England)
        iii.  John Johnston (born about 1648 Scotland - died wft est. 1678-1739 in Scotland Or England)
608      iv.  James Johnston (born in 1651 Scotland - died about 1710 in Scotland Or England)
          v.  Margaret Johnston (born about 1653 Scotland - died wft est. 1681-1747 in Scotland Or England)
         vi.  Christian Johnson (born about 1655 Scotland - died wft est. 1681-1749 in Scotland Or England)


1217. Mary Irvine 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1620 in Scotland Or England 44,45,46,47,48 and died in 1659 in Scotland Or England, about age 39 44,45,46,47,48.

Mary married Thomas Johnston 44,45,46,47,48 about 1640 in Scotland Or England 44.


1226. Thomas Gerrard 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1610 in (No Records) 44,45,46,47,48 and died about 1672 in Virginia, about age 62 44,45,46,47,48.

Thomas married (name unknown) wft est. 1629-1658 44.

Children from this marriage were:

613       i.  Elizabeth Gerrard (born in 1627 Eng., England - died in 1716)


1252. Christopher Reynolds 43, son of George Reynolds and Thomasyn Nathaniell Church, was born in 1611 in Gravesend, Kent, England died in 1654 in Isle Of Wight Co., Virginia, at age 43, and was buried in 1654 in Isle Of Wight Co., Virginia.

Christopher married Mrs Elizabeth, Rivers Matthews in 1637-1639 in Of, Isle Of Wight, VA.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Richard Reynolds (born in 1641 , Isle Of Wight, VA - died on 27 Jun 1711 in , Newport, Giles, VA)
         ii.  Elizabeth Reynolds (born in 1648 Isle Of Wight, VA)
        iii.  Jane Reynolds (born in 1650 Isle Of Wight, VA - died about 1668)
         iv.  John Reynolds (born in 1644 Of, Isle Of Wright, VA - died on 11 Mar 1668)
          v.  Abbasha Reynolds (born in 1646 , , Isle Of Wight, VA)
626      vi.  Christopher Reynolds (born in 1642 , Isle Of Wight, VA - died in 1695-1697 in , Somerset, MD)
        vii.  Thomas Reynolds (born about 1637 <Isle Of Wight, VA>)
       viii.  Abasha Reynolds (born in 1646 , Isle Of Wight, VA)
         ix.  Thomas Reynolds (born in 1651-1655 , , Isle Of Wight, VA - died in 1703 in New Kent Co., VA)


1253. Mrs Elizabeth, Rivers Matthews 43, daughter of Anthony Matthews and Unknown, was born in 1615 in Of, , , England and died about 1658 in Of, Isle Of Wight, VA, about age 43.

Elizabeth, married Christopher Reynolds in 1637-1639 in Of, Isle Of Wight, VA.


1256. Michael Clark , was born in 1620 in Poss, , Hampshire, England died on 5 Oct 1678 in Christ Church, , Barbados, West Indies, at age 58, and was buried in , Christ Church, Virginia.

Michael married Margaret in 1642 in , , , England.

Children from this marriage were:

628       i.  Micajah Clark (born in 1659 Isle Of Wight, Hampshire, , England - died in 1706 in Virginia)
         ii.  Christopher Clark (born about 1661 <England>)
        iii.  Francis Clark (born about 1657 <, Hanover, Virginia>)
         iv.  Roger Clark (born about 1659 <, Hanover, Virginia>)
          v.  Francis Clark (born about 1646 , , , England - , died in Christ Church, Barbados, West Indies)
         vi.  William Clark (born about 1661 <, Hanover, Virginia>)
        vii.  Edward Clark (born about 1667 <, Hanover, Virginia>)


1257. Margaret , was born in 1614 in , , , England and died in Christ Church, , Barbados, West Indies.

Margaret married Michael Clark in 1642 in , , , England.


1264. Walter Chiles , son of Left Col. Walter Chiles and Elizabeth Sanders, was born in 1631 in Middlesex, England and died on 15 Nov 1671 in Jamestown, James Citty, VA, at age 40.

General Notes: The first mention of Walter is in the records of the High Court of Admiralty Examinations, Ms. Vol. 53, 1637-1638, London, England. Walter was a witness in a case between Phillipp Luxon and others v. William Harris and Nicholas Jollye dated 24 July 1637. The Captain of the Blessing, Phillipp Luxon, was accused of drinking some of the whiskey cargo on the voyage to VA.

(High Court of Admiralty Examinations, 1637-1638, Ms. Vol. 53. London, England)
Witness: Walter Childes (signs Chiles) of Bristol, cloth worker, aged 29.
That he was a passenger on the "Blessing" of Falmouth, and was employed by the defendants to assist Henry Tutton, the purser, to help him sell their goods in Virginia.

Witness kept the key of one case containing twelve bottles of strong water belonging to the defendants, stowed in the gun room. He went ashore in Virginia and on his return perceived that the case had been opened, and six bottles taken out, each containing three quarts; shortly after another was taken. That such waters cost in Bristol 6 (cents) a gallon, and in Virginia each gallon would yield twenty or twenty-five pounds of tobacco, at which rate the remaining bottles were trucked away.

That at the time the ship left Virginia for London: Virginia tobacco was commonly sold in London at 6 (cents) per lb., the buyer paying the customs and other petty charges. At Virginia six and a half gallons of aquavit were drawn by the master and company, worth in England 3 (cents) per gallon, and in Virginia twelve pounds of tobacco.

That at Virginia there was missing, four pounds of pepper worth six pounds of tobacco, two pounds of cloves, mace, nutmeg and cinnamon, worth sixty pounds of tobacco. Hoes and axes worth ten pounds of tobacco each; thirty pounds of raisons of the sun and currants, worth every pound, two pounds of tobacco; one pound of prunes worth one pound of tobacco; one pound of ginger worth five pounds of tobacco. A gallon of sack worth ten pounds of tobacco.

That witness has seen the plaintiff and his boy go to the hold to draw sack.

At Virginia the plaintiff put a lock on the cabin door and would not allow the planters from the country, who came down to truck tobacco, to come therein to be entertained, as is the use in other ships, which made divers of the planters, as they afterwards told witness, refuse to trade with the ship, whereby the defendants sustained losses to the value of 50 (pounds) at least.

That the ship was at Virginia for fourteen weeks during which period the following victuals were bought, ___two oxen, four hogs, eleven hundred weight of Newfoundland fish, eleven or twelve thousand pounds of bread, as much Virginia corn as cost in tobacco at 6 (cents) per lb., 5 (pounds), on kilderkin of butter, five hogsheads of beer and one of vinegar. There were besides the provisions brought from England, so that he doth not believe the company were constrained to beg victuals for the preservation of their lives.

That the grocery-wares, wines, apparel, etc, sold at Virginia were worth thirteen or fourteen thousand pounds of tobacco. That the company consisted of fourteen, besides two or three passengers. James Sherland was master's mate, John Marten, boatswain and Phillip Callow, steward.

That homeward bound some tobacco was damaged with wet owing to neglect and want of pumping.
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Walter II served as a member of the Assembly from James City Co., in 1645, 1646, and 1649. He served as a burgess in the Assembly in 1653, 1658, 1659 and 1660.
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In Nov. 1655, Walter II sold the 813 acres in Charles City Co. owned by his father. (Virginia Colonial Abstracts, by Beverly Fleet, Vol. 10, p. 24)

Court records indicate that many men were financially indebted to Walter II.

Walter served as churchwarden of James City Parish. (Old Virginia Churches and Families of Virginia, by bishop Meade).

In 1664, Walter II served as a justice of James city County. (Virginia Colonial Abstracts, by Fleet, Vol. 12, p. 103).

On May 20, 1670, Walter II obtained the land known as "Black Poynt" which was due him from his father as heir. (Cavaliers and Pioneers, by Nugent, Vol. 2, p. 112). "Black Poynt" is the first point viewed from the James River as the Island of Jamestown is approached.

By 1671, Walter II had increased the size of the "Kemp House" he had inherited from his father. (Jamestown Archeological Excavation by Formand and Day). Walter also purchased another house in Jamestown from Edward Hill of Charles City County. (Va Colonial Abstracts, by Duvall, Vol. 4, p. 4).

On Oct. 27, 1670, Walter served on a jury concerning a land dispute in James City County. (Foreign Business and Inquisitions, 1665-1676, MSS Division of Library of Congress).

On Apr. 4, 1671, the council Journal records the appearance of Walter II on behalf of his sons, John and Henry Chiles, concerning 1500 acres in Westmoreland County. (Minutes of the Council and General Court of VA, by McIlwaine, p. 245).

After the death of Walter II, Susannah sold the "Kemp House" to John Page, on Nov. 20, 1673 for seven thousand pounds of tobacco. (Ambler Manuscript #24, Library of Congress). Walter appears to have died between 15 Nov 1671 and 15 May 1672. The deed from Susannah names the will date of 15 Nov. 1671 and on 15 May 1672, Susannah was addressed as executrix of Walter Chiles. (Walter Chiles of Jamestown, by Eakin, p. 20). The sale of "Kemp House" to {age appears to have been a request of Chiles will or a sale to a family member. I would seem unlikely that Susannah would sell such a fine house for a mere sum of seven thousand pounds of tobacco to someone not close to the family.

Walter married Susanna Brooks, about 1647 in Jamestown, VA. Susanna was born about 1630.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Henry Chiles (born in 1661 St. Peter's Parish, New Kent County, VA - died in 1720 in Hanover County, VA)

Walter next married Mary Page.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Elizabeth Chiles (born in 1663)
632      ii.  John Chiles (born in 1666 James City, VA - died in 1723 in King William County, VA)


1265. Mary Page , daughter of Col. John "The Councillor" Page and Alice Lucken, was born on 25 Jun 1648 in Lamborne, Berkshire, England and died in 1667 in Jamestown, James Citty, VA, at age 19.

Mary married Walter Chiles.


1266. Henry Webber , was born about 1610.

General Notes: Gentleman, of St. John's Parish, King William county. Henry Webber mentions John and Henry Chiles, sons of John Chiles, in his will as grandsons. (Spottsylvania records).

Deed Bk A 1722-1729. p. 92 2 Jun 1724, Spotylvania Co., VA. Henry Webber, Gent of St. John's Parish, King William Co., VA to Henry Chiles & John Chiles heirs of John Chiles Gent dec'd of St Margaretts Parish Spots Co., VA. In consideration of 100 lbs current, 200 acres in St. George Parish, Spots Co. granted sd Webber by pat oct 28, 1723. The grantee's are to have only 1,344 acres of the land until the decease of Elender Hickman, wife of Edwin Hickman, and relict of said John Chiles dec'd. Wit. James Cox, Fran Conway, Joh Hawkins. Mrs Jane Webber acknowledged right of dower.

Deed Book A 1722-1729, 2 Jun 1724, Spotsylvania co. VA Henry Webber Gent of St. John's Parish, King Wm Co., VA sold to Edwin Hickman & Elender his wife (also the relict of John Chiles, Gent. Dec'd) of St. Geo Par Sp[ots Co., VA for 20sh 666 acres in St. Geo. Par. Spots. Co granted sd Webber by pat. Oct
28 1723. Wit. James Cox, Franc Conway & John Hawkins

Henry married Jane ???.

Children from this marriage were:

633       i.  Eleanor Webber (born about 1640 - died after 1758)


1267. Jane ??? , was born about 1615.

Jane married Henry Webber.


1268. Richmond Terrell , son of Robert Terrell -Tyrell and Jane Bladwin, was born on 17 Oct 1624 in , Reading, Berkshire, England, was christened on 17 Oct 1624 in St Giles, Reading, Berkshire, England, and died on 12 Jun 1683 in Pamunkey River, Blisland Parish, New Kent, Virginia, at age 58.

Richmond married Elizabeth Waters about 1649 in St Giles, Reading, Berkshire, England.

Children from this marriage were:

634       i.  William Terrell (born in 1655 Reading, Berkshire, England - died in 1743 in Anna River, St Paul's Parish, Hanover, Virginia)


1269. Elizabeth Waters , was born 1630? in Chickahominy Crk, York River, York, Virginia and died on 30 Jan 1661 in St. Giles, Reading, Berkshire, England.

Elizabeth married Richmond Terrell 82,83,84, son of Robert Reading Tyrrell and Jane Baldwin. Richmond was born on 17 Oct 1624 in , Reading, Berkshire, England 82,83,84, christened on 17 Oct 1624 in St Giles, Reading, Berkshire, England, and died on 12 Jun 1683 in Pamunkey River, Blisland Parish, New Kent, Virginia, at age 58 82,83,84.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Timothy Terrell (born in 1658 New Kent County, Virginia)
         ii.  William Terrell (born in New Kent County, Virginia - , died in Anna River, St Paul's Parish, Hanover, Virginia)

Elizabeth next married Richmond Terrell about 1649 in St Giles, Reading, Berkshire, England.


1270. Edward Waters , was born in Essex, England.

Edward married Grace O'neil.

Children from this marriage were:

635       i.  Martha Susannah Waters (born in 1660 , England - died after 1727 in , Hanover, Virginia)


1271. Grace O'neil .

Grace married Edward Waters.


1322. John(Jan) De Viries 43, was born about 1624 in <Albany, NY>.

John(Jan) married Unknown.

Children from this marriage were:

661       i.  Annetje De Viries (born about 1650 <Albany, NY> - died in 1735)


1323. Unknown 43, was born about 1628 in <Albany, NY>.

Unknown married John(Jan) De Viries.


1472. Ensign Edward Adams 85,86, son of Henry Adams and Edith Squire, was born on 19 Apr 1629 in Kingsweston, Somerset, England 86, was christened on 19 Apr 1629 in Kingsweston, Somerset, England died on 12 Nov 1716 in Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts, at age 87 87, and was buried on 12 Nov 1716 in Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts.

General Notes: [GFS Brenda.FTW]

Birth: 1630 (Adams 1898 pp 7, 500)
1615 (Fairbanks Courier)
Millis(Historic Trail map in Medway file): Edward Adams was one of the
original settlers of Medfield.


Copyrighted material

Noted events in his life were:

• Baptised: 19 Apr 1629, Kingweston, Somersetshire, England. 87

• Fact 1: Fact 1, Ensign.

• Fact 2: Fact 2, Ensign. 86

• Fact 3: Fact 3, 19 Apr 1629, Baptized At Kingweston, Somersetshire, Eng. 86,88,89,90

• Fact 4: Fact 4, 3 May 1654, Freeman. 86,90

• Reside: Medfield, MA.. 86

Edward married Lydia Rockwood 86,88 in 1652 in Medfield, Norfollk, Massachusetts, USA 87.

Marriage Notes: Reference Number:186870

Children from this marriage were:

736       i.  John Adams (born on 18 Feb 1657 Medfield, Norfolk, MA - died on 1 Mar 1751 in Medway, Norfolk, MA)

Edward next married Abigail Craft 86,87,88, on 7 Dec 1678 in Dedham, , Massachusetts, USA 87. Abigail was born on 28 Mar 1634 in Roxbury, MA 86 and died on 19 Jan 1707 in Medfield, Norfolk Co., MA., at age 72 86,90.

Marriage Notes: Reference Number:156426

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptised: 22 Feb 1635, Boston, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. 87

Edward next married Sarah Taylor 86,87,88, on 6 Jan 1710 in Medfield, Norfollk, Massachusetts, USA.

Marriage Notes: Reference Number:156436


1473. Lydia Rockwood 86,88, daughter of Richard Rockwood and Agnes Bicknell, was born on 22 Feb 1635 in Boston, MA 86,90 and died on 3 Mar 1676 in Medfield, MA, at age 41 86,90.

General Notes:
Copyrighted material

Noted events in her life were:

• Baptised: 22 Feb 1635, Boston, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. 87

• Fact 3: Fact 3, 22 Feb 1635, Baptised At Boston, MA. 86,88

Lydia married Ensign Edward Adams 85,86 in 1652 in Medfield, Norfollk, Massachusetts, USA 87.



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2368. Melchior Van Meteren 42,58,59, was born in 1604 in Thierlewoodt, , Holland 58,59 and died on an unknown date. Ancestral File Number: QGSZ-NM.

General Notes:
Source from Hills/Hatcher Family Tree on World Connect

Melchior married Anneken Ariens in 1630 in Thierlewoodt, , Holland 58,59.

Marriage Notes: Reference Number:414592

Children from this marriage were:

1184       i.  Jan Joosten Van Meteren Van Cuick (born in 1630 Guelderland, Thielerwardt, , Holland - died on 13 Jun 1706 in Raritan, Somerset, New Jersey)
         ii.  Justine Van Meteren (born in 1640 - died in 1650)

Melchior next married Unknown.


2369. Anneken Ariens 42,58,59, was born in 1608 in Thierlewoodt, , Holland 58,59 and died on an unknown date. Another name for Anneken was Anneken Arience. Ancestral File Number: QGSZ-PS.

General Notes:
Source from Hills/Hatcher Family Tree on World Connect

Anneken married Melchior Van Meteren in 1630 in Thierlewoodt, , Holland 58,59.


2370. Hendricks Of Laeckervelt 42,58,59,80, was born about 1596 in Laeckervelt, Netherlands 59,80 and died on an unknown date. Ancestral File Number: 2JK0-WK.

General Notes:
Source from Hills/Hatcher Family Tree on World Connect

Noted events in his life were:

• He has conflicting birth information of Meppelen.

Hendricks married Anne Jan Jans.

Marriage Notes: Reference Number:415424

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Roelof Hendricksen (born about 1622 Mappelen, Dreuth, Holland - died on an unknown date)
1185      ii.  Macyke Hendricksen (born on 12 Dec 1624 Mappelen, Dreuth, Holland - died in 1653 in Wyltwick, Ulster, NY)
        iii.  Femmetjen Hendricksen (born about 1630 Mappelen, Dreuth, Holland - died on an unknown date)


2371. Anne Jan Jans 42,58,59,80,81, was born about 1600 in <Mappelen, Dreuth, Holland> 59,80 and died on an unknown date. Another name for Anne was Anne Jan Jans. Ancestral File Number: 2JK0-XQ.

General Notes:
Source from Hills/Hatcher Family Tree on World Connect

Noted events in her life were:

• She has conflicting birth information of Meppelen.

Anne married Hendricks Of Laeckervelt.


2372. Chretian du Bois de Fiennes 42, son of Jean DuBois IV de Fiennes and Barbe de Beaufermez, was born in 1597 in Tournai, Wicres, Flanders and died in 1628 in Province of Flanders, France, at age 31. Ancestral File Number: 8XHM-2P.

General Notes: Note: He became a Huguenot and was deprived of his nobility. His farms outside Lille, France can still be pointed out in tours. All family records were destroyed. He may have farmed the land at Herlies, his grandmother's, or at Wavrin.
Note:
DuBois Family Association: P.O. Box 545, New Paltz, New York 12561. [dbfa] at [ juno.com]. [845-255-9050].The following narrative is from the resource titled above. The
information was compiled by William Heidgerd for the Du Bois
Family Association in 1968. The following was translated in 1928 by
a Louis Du Bois on Abstracts of Mannheim Palatinate Records.

"In the year 1606, the Elector Frederick IV of Palatinate, being an
Evangelical Prince and foreseeing a religious war, built the
fortified city of Mannheim at the confluence of the Neckar and
Rhine Rivers. Soon after, in 1618, there broke out the devastating
Thirty Years War and then the youthful fortress of Mannheim was
taken and destroyed by the Bavarian General Tilly. The
persecuted French Protestants were brotherly received in the
German Evangelical country, particularly in the Rhineland. The
Walloons were likewise welcomed in Mannheim and allowed to
establish their own French Evangelical community with their own
clergymen. For a time they were united with the German
Evangelical Reformed Church, where union was made with the
understanding that services and Holy Communion should be held
in the French language in the Spring and Autumn".

Because of the war-torn conditions in Europe during the Thirty Years
War, many families made the journey to the New World. This
included the du Bois Family of Lille, France who were seeking a life
free of religious persecution.

The Progenitor of the du Bois Family was Chretian du Bois.
He was born circa 1597 in Tournai in the village of Wicres in
Flanders (northern part of today's France). He married Cornelia
Brunel and remained in that area. Chretian died at the young age of
31 and was living in Wicres at the time.

Chretian and Cornelia appear to have had five children with several
emigrating to the Colony of New Amsterdam. These were:

Chretian and Cornelia appear to have had five children with several emigrating to the Colony of New Amsterdam. These were: 1. Francoise duBois, born 1622 in Wicres and married in the Walloon Church at Leyden in 1649 to Pierre Billiou. Although Francoise died in Holland, her husband and children eventually settled on Staten Island. 2. Louis duBois, born 1626 in Wicres and married in 1655 in Mannheim, Germany to Catherine Blanchan. He settled in New Paltz, Ulster County, New York. Louis was the 8th and 9th great grandfather for the Luke Family with several children as the ancestors. 3. Jacques duBois, born 1628 in Wicres and married in Leyden in 1663 to Pierronne Bentyn. He died circa 1677 in Hurley, Ulster County, New York. Jacques was the 9th and 10th great grandfather for the Luke Family. The history of the du Bois (DuBois/Dubois) Family has been very well documented and preserved by their descendents and is on file with the DuBois Family Association.

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Chretian married Cornelia Brunel in 1620 in Nord, Wicres, Artois, France.

Children from this marriage were:

1186       i.  Louis (Lowys) Du Bois (Dubois) (born on 21 Oct 1627 Pasora DE Calais, Artois, Wicres, France - died on 23 Jun 1696 in Esopus, (Kingston), Ulster, New York)
         ii.  Du Boise ()
        iii.  Isaac Dubois ()
         iv.  Antoine Dubois ()
          v.  Francoise Dubois (born on 18 Jun 1622 Wicres, Flanders, Span.Netherlands - died before 17 Jan 1695 in , Staten Island, NY)
         vi.  Anne Dubois (born on 13 Nov 1625 Wicres, Artois - died after 1647)
        vii.  Louis De Bois (born on 21 Oct 1626 Wicres Church, Lille, France - died on 23 Jun 1693 in Kingston, Ulster, New York)
       viii.  Jacques Du Bois (born in 1628 <, Wicres, Artois, France> - died in 1677 in Kingston, , New York)


2373. Cornelia Brunel 42, was born in 1599 in Tournai, Province of Artois, Flanders died in Province of Flanders, France, and was buried in Province of Flanders, France. Ancestral File Number: 8XHM-3V.

General Notes: Note: Information provided via Alma H. Frame of Rockwall, Texas in 1994 from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints for spousal name of Jean Masic Brunel. Cornelia joined the Protestant Church at Middleborg on March 2, 1646. Reference : "The European Ancestry of Chretian DuBois of Wicres, France 1597-1628 with Royal Descents", a treatise on the ancestry of the DuBois Family by Matthew Hilt Murphy 1987-1990. Cornelia may have become a Huguenot when she married Jean du Bois.

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Cornelia married Chretian du Bois de Fiennes in 1620 in Nord, Wicres, Artois, France.


2374. Matthys Blanchan (Blancon) 42, was born in 1600-1620 of Noeville O'corne, Ricame, St. Paul, Artois Normandy, France and died on 30 Apr 1688 in Kingston, Ulster, NY, at age 88. Ancestral File Number: 77JJ-48.

Matthys married Magdalena Jorrisse Joire Jorrison in 1624 in , Armentieres, Nord, France.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Madeline Blanchan (born in 1625 Artois, Normandy, , Fr - , died in Ulster, Co., N.Y.)
         ii.  Elizabeth Blanchan (born in 1627 Artois, Normandy, , Fr - , died in , Ulster, Co., N.Y.)
1187     iii.  Cathrine (Catherine) Blanchan (Blansham) (Blansjan) (Blancon) (born on 17 Oct 1627 Mannheim, Palatinate, Baden, Germany - died on 18 Oct 1713 in Esopus, (Kingston), Ulster, New York)
         iv.  Anna Blanchan (born in 1635 Manheim, Baden, Ger.)
          v.  Maria Blanchan (born in 1640 Armentieres, Artios, Flanders, France - died in 1672-1673 in Hurley, Ulster, NY)
         vi.  Magdalena Blanchan (Blanjan) (born on 7 Mar 1646 Manheim, Baden, Ger. - died on 9 Jul 1757 in , Ulster, New York)
        vii.  Elizabeth Blanchan (born in 1651 Mannheim, Die Pfalz, Baden, Germany - , died in New York)
       viii.  Mattheus Blanchan (born on 18 Apr 1655 Manheim, Baden, Ger. - , died in Ulster Co., New York, Co., France)


2375. Magdalena Jorrisse Joire Jorrison 42, was born about 1608 in Or Noeville O'corne, Ricame, St. Paul, Artois Normandy, France and died about 1688 in Hurley?, Ulster Co., NY, about age 80. Ancestral File Number: 77JJ-5F.

Magdalena married Matthys Blanchan (Blancon) in 1624 in , Armentieres, Nord, France.


2432. John Johnston 44,45,46,47,48, son of George Johnston and Christian Forbes, was born about 1570 in Caskieben, Scotland 44,45,46,47,48 and died in 1614 in Scotland Or England, about age 44 44,45,46,47,48.

John married Katherine Lundy 44,45,46,47,48 in 1597 in Scotland 44.

Children from this marriage were:

1216       i.  Thomas Johnston (born about 1600 Scotland - died in 1656 in Scotland)
         ii.  Gilbert Johnston (born about 1604 Scotland - died wft est. 1605-1694 in Scotland Or England)
        iii.  Margaret Johnston (born about 1607 Scotland - died wft est. 1608-1701 in Scotland Or England)
         iv.  Christian Johnston (born about 1610 Scotland - died wft est. 1611-1704 in Scotland Or England)


2433. Katherine Lundy 44,45,46,47,48, daughter of William Lundie and Christian Ruthven, was born about 1575 in Scotland Or England 44,45,46,47,48 and died in 1616 in Scotland Or England, about age 41 44,45,46,47,48.

Katherine married John Johnston 44,45,46,47,48 in 1597 in Scotland 44.


2504. George Reynolds 43, son of Christopher Reynolds and Mrs-Christopher Reynolds, was born in 1555 in , London, Middlesex, England died in 1634 in , London, Middlesex, England, at age 79, and was buried in 1634 in , , , England.

George married Thomasyn Nathaniell Church on 20 Jan 1585 in Thomasville Church, , Kent, England.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Robert Reynolds (born in 1586-1588 Of Aylesford, , Kentshire, England - died on 27 Apr 1658 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts)
         ii.  Anne Reynolds (born in 1587 Gravesend, Kent, England)
        iii.  John (Twin) Reynolds (born in 1590 Ipswich, Suffolk Co., England - died on 18 Jul 1641 in Wethersfield, Stamford, Greenwich)
         iv.  Thomas Reynolds (born in 1590 Gravesend, Kent, England)
          v.  James Reynolds (born about 1602 Of, Narangaset)
         vi.  William Reynolds (born about 1604 Of, Province)
1252     vii.  Christopher Reynolds (born in 1611 Gravesend, Kent, England - died in 1654 in Isle Of Wight Co., Virginia)
       viii.  John Reynolds 1St (born in 1612 Ipswich, Suffolk Co., England - died on 18 Jul 1641 in Wethersfield, Stamford, Greenwich, England)
         ix.  Reynolds (born about 1613 Gravesend, , England)


2505. Thomasyn Nathaniell Church 43, daughter of James Church and Alyce Streetinge, was born in 1566 in Of, Beaksbourne, Kent, England.

Thomasyn married George Reynolds on 20 Jan 1585 in Thomasville Church, , Kent, England.


2506. Anthony Matthews 43, was born about 1582 in , , Ireland.

Anthony married Unknown.

Children from this marriage were:

1253       i.  Mrs Elizabeth, Rivers Matthews (born in 1615 Of, , , England - died about 1658 in Of, Isle Of Wight, VA)


2507. Unknown 43, was born about 1593 in , , Virginia.

Unknown married Anthony Matthews.


2528. Left Col. Walter Chiles , son of Walter I Chiles and Elizabeth Maury, was born on 20 Mar 1608 in St. Mary Redcliff Parish, Bristol, Somerset, England and died about 1671 in Jamestown, James Citty, VA, about age 63.

General Notes: Notes for Lt. Col. Walter Chiles: Mary Anne Murphy Stone <mailto:zadock3@attbi.com> Ancestry.com Web Site

Much of the following is excerpted from "Tidewater Virginia Families" and its sequel, by Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, 1989 and 1998 Genealogical Publishing Co.

One time thought to have been the son of Walter Childs and Margaret Payne, which has been proven wrong. They had a son Walter who predeceased his father.

Walter Chiles was elected to the House of Burgesses in 1641,1642 and 1643 from Charles City Co., VA. He resided in the home previously owned by Sir Francis Wyatt and Governor Berkeley. He was a merchant.

"The Bristol Burgess Book 1632/3 April 1st. Walter Chiles is admitted to the liberties of this cittie for that he was the sonne of John Chiles and hath paid 4 shillings & 6 pence."

"It was this Walter Chiles I who petitioned the General Assembly in 1640 for permission to explore the west. He was also Lef't Colonel Walter Chiles, Speaker of the House 5 July 1653."

However, Carol Mitchell (carolmit@usaor.net) in April 1999 forwarded info which shows that this Walter Childes had daughter Sara baptized at Temple Parish when "our" Walter Chiles was already in Virginia. She concludes "there is no proof that Walter Chiles of Charles City Co. can be linked with the records found in Bristol, England." [My note: is it possible that he returned to England on occasion?]

Memo: 9 generations

Notes for Elizabeth [Unknown]:
Her last name has not been proven. Some say Elizabeth Maury, but evidence is not provided. Records in Bristol Cathedral say Walter Childes married Elizabeth Maury, but since that may not be "our" Walter Chiles, this placement is suspect.

Walter married Elizabeth Sanders in Jun 1630 in Bristol, Somerset, England.

Children from this marriage were:

1264       i.  Walter Chiles (born in 1631 Middlesex, England - died on 15 Nov 1671 in Jamestown, James Citty, VA)


2529. Elizabeth Sanders , was born in 1602 in Middlesex, England and died in 1653 in Jamestown, James Citty, VA, at age 51.

Elizabeth married Left Col. Walter Chiles in Jun 1630 in Bristol, Somerset, England.


2530. Col. John "The Councillor" Page , son of Francis Page and Isabell ???, was born about 1627 in Bedfont, Middlesex, England, was christened on 26 Dec 1628 in Harrow, Middlesex, England, and died on 23 Jan 1692 in Middle Plantation, Williamburg, VA, about age 65.

General Notes: Immigrated about 1650. Helped found William and Mary College in Williamsburg, VA. Member of Royal Council and House of Burgesses.

John married Alice Lucken about 1646.

Children from this marriage were:

1265       i.  Mary Page (born on 25 Jun 1648 Lamborne, Berkshire, England - died in 1667 in Jamestown, James Citty, VA)
         ii.  Elizabeth Page (born about 1650 England)
        iii.  Francis Page (born in 1657 James City County, VA - died on 10 May 1692 in James City County, VA)
         iv.  Matthew Page (born in 1659 York County, VA - died on 9 Jan 1703 in Gloucester County, VA)
          v.  Thomas Page (born about 1661 Middle Plantation, Williamburg, VA)


2531. Alice Lucken , daughter of Sir Edward Lucken Of Essex and Alice ???, was born in 1625 in Middlesex, England and died on 22 Jun 1698 in Williamsburg, VA, at age 73.

Alice married Col. John "The Councillor" Page about 1646.


2536. Robert Terrell -Tyrell , son of William Tyrell Or Terrell and Margaret Richmond, was born about 1594 in Reading, Berkshire, England and died ju n 12 1643 in St. Giles, Reading, Berks., Eng., about age 49.

Robert married Jane Bladwin on 29 Jun 1617 in St. Giles, Reading, Berkshire, England.

Children from this marriage were:

1268       i.  Richmond Terrell (born on 17 Oct 1624 , Reading, Berkshire, England - died on 12 Jun 1683 in Pamunkey River, Blisland Parish, New Kent, Virginia)


2537. Jane Bladwin , was born in 1598-1599 in St. Mary Church, Reading, Berkshire, England.

Jane married Robert Terrell -Tyrell on 29 Jun 1617 in St. Giles, Reading, Berkshire, England.


2944. Henry Adams 42,85,86,91,92, son of William Adams and Miss Borrington, was born in 1583 in Barton, St.David, Somerset, Eng 91,92,93, was christened on 21 Jan 1583 in Barton, St.David, Somersetshire, England 92 died on 8 Oct 1646 in Braintree, MA, at age 63 91,92,93, and was buried on 8 Oct 1646 in Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts 86,90,92,94,95. Ancestral File Number: FBPD-M7.

General Notes: BIOGRAPHY: CAME TO AMERICA 1638

Noted events in his life were:

• He was employed in Farmer & Maltster.

• Fact 2: Fact 2, 1638, Immigrated From England To Braintree, Massachusetts. 86

• He signed a will in 1646 in Will Dated, Will Proved 8 June 1647. 86,90

Henry married Edith Squire 86,91 on 19 Oct 1609 in England 91,96.

Marriage Notes: Reference Number:91273

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Lieut. Henry Adams (born in 1609-1610 Barton, David, Somerset, England - died on 21 Feb 1676 in Sherborn, Middlesex, Massachusetts)
         ii.  Lieut. Thomas Adams (born on 25 Mar 1612 Barton, David, Somerset, England - died on 20 Jul 1688 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts)
        iii.  Peter Adams (born on 1 Mar 1622 Kingweston, Somerset, England - died on 23 Oct 1690 in Medfield, Norfolk, Massachusetts)
         iv.  Jonathan Adams (born about 1614 , , England - died about 1690 in Medway, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA)
1472       v.  Ensign Edward Adams (born on 19 Apr 1629 Kingsweston, Somerset, England - died on 12 Nov 1716 in Braintree, Norfolk, Massachusetts)
         vi.  Joseph Adams (born on 9 Feb 1626 Kingsweston, Somersetshire, England - died on 6 Dec 1694 in Cambridge, Middlesex, (Now Suffolk), Massachusetts)
        vii.  Capt. Samuel Adams (born in 1616-1617 Barton, David, Somerset, England - died on 24 Jan 1688 in Charleston, Norfolk, Massachusetts)
       viii.  Ursula Adams (born on 19 Jul 1619 Barton, David, Somerset, England - died on 20 Feb 1679 in Charleston, Norfolk, Massachusetts)
         ix.  John Adams (born on 4 Dec 1622 King Weston, Somerset, England, England - died in Jun 1706 in Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts)


2945. Edith Squire 86,91, was born on 29 May 1587 in Charlton, Mackreel, Somerset, England 91, was christened on 29 May 1587 in Charlton, Mackreel, Somerset, England, and died in 1673 in Medfield, MA, at age 86 86,88,90.

General Notes: Came to Boston with Husband & children 1632/1633. Believed she returned to England with children John & Ursula. She is mentioned in Henry's will 1647.


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Noted events in her life were:

• Baptised: 29 May 1587, Charlton Mackrell, Somersetshire, England.

• Fact 2: Fact 2, 29 May 1587, Baptized At Charlton Mackrell, Somersetshire, Eng.. 86,90,97

Edith married Henry Adams 42,85,86,91,92 on 19 Oct 1609 in England 91,96.


2946. Richard Rockwood .

Richard married Agnes Bicknell.

Children from this marriage were:

1473       i.  Lydia Rockwood (born on 22 Feb 1635 Boston, MA - died on 3 Mar 1676 in Medfield, MA)


2947. Agnes Bicknell .

Agnes married Richard Rockwood.



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4744. Jean DuBois IV de Fiennes , was born in 1566 in Vermielle, Wicres, France and died in 1597, at age 31.

Jean married Barbe de Beaufermez.

Children from this marriage were:

2372       i.  Chretian du Bois de Fiennes (born in 1597 Tournai, Wicres, Flanders - died in 1628 in Province of Flanders, France)


4745. Barbe de Beaufermez , was born in 1558-1564 in Flanders or Herlies, France.

Barbe married Jean DuBois IV de Fiennes.


4864. George Johnston 44,45,46,47,48, son of William Johnston and Margaret Hay, was born about 1545 in Scotland 44,45,46,47,48 and died in 1593 in Scotland, about age 48 44,45,46,47,48.

George married Christian Forbes 44,45,46,47,48 before 1570 in Scotland Or England 44.

Children from this marriage were:

2432       i.  John Johnston (born about 1570 Caskieben, Scotland - died in 1614 in Scotland Or England)
         ii.  Arthur Johnston (born in 1587 Caskieben, Scotland - died in 1641 in Oxford, England)


4865. Christian Forbes 44,45,46,47,48, daughter of Lord William Forbes and Elizabeth Keith, was born in 1547 in Scotland Or England 44,45,46,47,48 and died in 1622 in Scotland Or England, at age 75 44,45,46,47,48.

Christian married George Johnston 44,45,46,47,48 before 1570 in Scotland Or England 44.


4866. William Lundie 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1550 in Scotland 44,45,46,47,48 and died wft est. 1581-1641 in Scotland Or England, about age 31 44,45,46,47,48.

General Notes:
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William married Christian Ruthven 44,45,46,47,48 wft est. 1581-1616 44.

Children from this marriage were:

2433       i.  Katherine Lundy (born about 1575 Scotland Or England - died in 1616 in Scotland Or England)


4867. Christian Ruthven 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1550 in Scotland 44,45,46,47,48 and died wft est. 1581-1644 in Scotland Or England, about age 31 44,45,46,47,48.

General Notes:
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Christian married William Lundie 44,45,46,47,48 wft est. 1581-1616 44.


5008. Christopher Reynolds 43, son of Robert Reynolds and (Mrs) Robert Reynolds, was born in 1530 in Of, , Kent, England, was christened in 1530 died in London, Chester, England, and was buried in London, Chester, England.

Christopher married Mrs-Christopher Reynolds on 20 Jan 1554 in London, Essex, England.

Children from this marriage were:

2504       i.  George Reynolds (born in 1555 , London, Middlesex, England - died in 1634 in , London, Middlesex, England)
         ii.  William Reynolds (born in 1561 London, Middlesex, England - , died in , , , Bermuda)
        iii.  Christopher Jr. Reynolds (born about 1563 , , Kent, England)
         iv.  Thomas Reynolds (born in 1564 , London, Middlesex, England)
          v.  Mary Reynolds (born about 1567 , London, Middlesex, England - died before 1570 in , , Kent, England)
         vi.  Cornelius Reynolds (born in 1567 , London, Middlesex, England)
        vii.  Richard Reynolds (born in 1573-1575 , Kent, England - died in 1640-1650 in York, Virginia Or Yorkshire, England)
       viii.  Robert Reynolds (born in 1578 , London, Middlesex, England - , died in , , York, Virginia)
         ix.  John Reynolds (born about 1659 , London, Middlesex, England)


5009. Mrs-Christopher Reynolds 43, was born in 1534 in Of, , Kent, England.

Mrs-Christopher married Christopher Reynolds on 20 Jan 1554 in London, Essex, England.


5010. James Church 43, was born in 1540 in Of, , Kent, England.

James married Alyce Streetinge on 2 Nov 1565 in Becksbourne, Kent, England.

Children from this marriage were:

2505       i.  Thomasyn Nathaniell Church (born in 1566 Of, Beaksbourne, Kent, England)
         ii.  James Church (born on 19 Mar 1625 Reculver, , Kent, England)
        iii.  Elizabeth Church (born on 12 Jul 1629 Reculver, , Kent, England)


5011. Alyce Streetinge 43, was born in 1544 in Of, Beaksbourne, Kent, England.

Alyce married James Church on 2 Nov 1565 in Becksbourne, Kent, England.


5056. Walter I Chiles , son of William Childes and Margaret Payne, was born in 1572 in Wrington , Somerset, England, was christened on 1 May 1572 in Wrington Parish, Somerset, England, and died in 1653 in Jamestown, VA, at age 81.

General Notes: Walter described himself as a cloth worker in Bristol in his deposition as a seaman to Virginia.

"Left. Col. Walter Chiles, Gen.
The Emigrant.
Born in England and emigrated to Virginia before 1638, bringing with him, evidently in his own ship, his wife Elizabeth, sons William and Walter, and four other persons, viz: Henry Fulton, John Govey, John Shaw, Sarah Cole.
For these emigrants he was awarded 400 acres in Charles City county (now Prince George), near the falls of the Appomattox River. The stipulation was as follows: ' 50 acres being due for his own personal adventure, 50 for his wife Elizabeth, 50 for his son William, 50 for son Walter, and two hundred for the transportation of four other persons to the colony.
On the 2nd of May of the same year (1638) he received a further grant of 250 acres on the Appomattox River (Land Book I, 551 and 625). this grant was described as 'westerly from ye river and easterly, etc., upon the land of Edward Tunstall; fifty acres for his own personal adventure and two hundred for the transportation of four persons, viz: William Webb, Stephen Gorris, John Kimberlin & Ann Polory."
Represented Charles City in the House of Burgesses, sessions of 1642 and 1643; represented James City, 1645-46-49-52 (elected Speaker). There are no known record of some of the sessions, and he may have served during those not mentioned.
He was a member of the Council in 1651, and is recorded as present at a meeting of the same James City on September 29th of that year. (Northumberland Records and Virginia Historical Magazine, VIII, 107).
Not only did he take an active part in the affairs of the Colony, but, as a ship owner, traded with Holland, England and possibly Brazil, as appear from the following records of the seizure of his ship, 'The Fame of Virginia'.

'The Fame of Virginia' was returning from Rotterdam in 1652, whence he had sailed from Virginia on January 24th, 1651. Upon reaching Chesapeake Bay, he first put into port in Accomac county. After being for a time in Accomac waters, the ship sailed from thence bound for James City, but was pursued and captured by Capt. Robt. Henfield, who held a commission from the 'Protectors of the Liberties of England,' (Cromwell). Three hours after which, in Hungar's Roads, Eastern Shore, the ship 'Hopefull Adventure,' Capt. Richard Husband, came up and made seizure, under pretext that Chiles had no license from Parliament and was bound with a cargo for Brazil.
Colonel Chiles immediately applied to the Northhampton authorities for assistance, maintaining that the seizure was 'contrarie to ye peace of this countrye and also cont'y to ye agreem't made by ye Com'rs that were appointed by ye Keepers of ye Libertyes of England and ye damage of ye pet'r towe thousand pounds sterling. (Northumberland Record). The amount equaled about $50,000 of our money today. The ship was ordered released, but Captain Husband sailed away with the vessel, 'to ye great indignation of ye commissioners therof'. (See William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. I, pp. 16, 162, 153).
It being rumored that the county would be called upon, by the commissioners, to pay large sums of money to Walter Chiles, some of the inhabitants met in Hacke's 'old field,' where Stephen Horsey called the commissioners a company of 'Asses & Villyans.' (William and Mary Quarterly, I, pp. 75-6-7). It was testified (June 1653), by Thomas Harmanson, age twenty-two, and Dr. John Steverns, age nineteen, as to this meeting, and that Capt. Thomas Johnson read them the order of the court, which caused Stephen Horsey to make the remark ascribed to him.
It was represented tot he Assembly (General) as a revolt from the 'Right Ho'ble Parliament, instigated by Stephen Horsey.' Thereupon that body appointed a commission to proceed to the Eastern Shore to 'deal out condign punishment to delinquents there, according to their demerits.'
Governor Bennett, on July 5, 1652, sent a note to the House of Burgess (the Assembly convening on that date), in which he protested that he did not intend 'to intrench upon the right of the Assemblies in the free choice of a Speaker, nor undervalue Left. Col. Chiles,' but advised 'that it was not so proper nor so convenient at this time to make choice of him, for that there is something to be agitated in this Assembly concerning a ship lately arrived, in which Col. Chiles hath some interest.' (Hening, I, 378).
The Burgesses did not accept the advice of the Governor. The record states that 'Left. Col. Chiles was chosen the next day, by a plurality of votes, Speaker of the Assembly.' To the honor of Col. Chiles, he at once declined to serve, having represented to the House his 'extraordenaire occasions in regarding tot the dispatch of some shipping now in the country, in which he is much interested.' (Hening, I, 378).
At this session the House of Burgesses granted him the ship 'Leopoldas,' as a forfeit, with all its equipment, guns, etc., for the sum of 400 pounds, said ship having been confiscated for violation of the Navigation Laws. (William and Mary Quarterly, I, 17; Hening, I, pp. 377-78). This was, at our valuation of today, about $10,000 in addition to the $50,000 loss on the 'Fame of Virginia.' Hening has in a foot-note the account of the transfer of the 'Leopoldas,' in which the ship is described.
On July 26, 1653, the Court of Northhampton, according to an order of the late Assembly, notwithstanding a petition of part of the inhabitants of the county, representing that the rumors of their disloyalty was false, and that their complaint was against the taxes laid on account of Capt. Chiles' ship, declared"'all the subscribers of the writing, called 'a protest,' disabled from holding office, including Left. Col. Scarborough, who was charged with being 'an assistant and instrument concerning the subscribing of the same.' " This order was reversed March 16th 1658 (Hening, I, 580), five years after the death of Colonel Chiles.
Of the two sons of Colonel Chiles, William is not again mentioned in the records of the colony. He was evidently the second son, and either returned to England or perhaps died soon after coming to Virginia. The first supposition seems the more likely, as Walter Chiles, Jr., is mentioned as "eldest son and heir," in deed of Rev. James Wadding and wife. In this deed Colonel Walter Chiles is recorded as having died in 1652.(THE CHILES FAMILY IN VIRGINIA, Compiled by W. B. Gridlin, Richmond, VA.)


On Mar 1, 1638, Walter was granted 400 acres in Charles City County for transporting himself, wife Elizabeth, sons Walter and William, along with Henry Tutton, Jon. Gerry, Jon. Shaw and Sarah Cole. This land was located westerly upon the Appomattox River, northerly upon the land of Edward Tunstall and southerly toward the falls. (CAVALIERS AND PIONEERS, by Nugent, Vol I, p. 87.} The land was re-patented on 2 May 1638. (Ibid. pp. 103-104) .


Walter witnessed the sale of land from Thomas Causey of Martin's Hundred in Charles City Co. to Nathaniel Tatum in Oct. 1639. (Land Patent Book 1, pt. 2, p. 683}.

June 1641 he petitioned along with Walter Austin, Rice Hoe and Joseph Johnson to explore lands west of the Appomattox River. In March 1642, the Assembly granted their petition allowing them to enjoy the profits of their adventure for fourteen years. (Virginia Calororum, by Neill, pp. 189, 193, 205, 232-233) This would open up new trade with the Indians.

Walter continued to expand his plantation. By 20 Oct 1642, Walter had 613 acres in Charles County. (Cavaliers and Pioneers, by Nugent, Vol I, p. 140)

On 5 Nov 1649, Walter purchased an additional 200 acres from William Thomas. (Ibid, p. 186)

This 200 acres had been granted to William Saunders on 10 Oct. 1640 and assigned by him to Walter Brooke and by Brooke to Thomas. Walter's plantation was located approximately 10 miles west of the junction of the Appomattox and James Rivers, just west of present day Petersburg. This part of Charles City County later became Prince George County. This area was an established trading area during Walter's time.

Walter appears to have done well as a merchant in Virginia. In 1642-1643, he served in the House of Burgesses from Charles City County. (Virginia Calororum, by Edward Neill, p. 158)

On 9 April 1643, William Corker turned over to Walter Chiles, two men servants and cows and hogs as security for a tobacco bed and furniture. (Surry County Deed Book, Vol I, p. 8)

In Nov. 1652, Foulke Jones of Surry County owed Walter 3,000 pounds of tobacco. (Surry county Records, 1652-1654, by Eliza Davis, p. 1)

On March 23, 1648, Walter purchased the "Kemp House" in Jamestown from Gov. William Berkeley for 26,000 pounds of tobacco. (Virginia Colonial Abstracts, by Lindsay Duvall, Ser. 2, Vol 4, p. 3) This house is thought to be the first brick house in America. A later deed to the house describes Walter Chiles as dying in 1653. (Ambler Manuscript #24, Library of Congress, Personal Papers, V.S.I., Acc. # 33142)

It has been stated that Walter's wife's last name was Sanders. Supposedly there is a record in Bristol Cathedral of a marriage of a Walter Chiles to Elizabeth Sanders in June 1630. There has been tradition and discussion that he was married a second time to Alice Luken. This could be possible since Walter Jr. is described as the son-in-law of John Page in 1653. At this time, the term son-in-law also meant step-son. Alice was born about . 1625 as was John Page. John and Alice appear to have been married during the time shortly after the death of Walter. John and Alice's children were born soon thereafter. Tradition has it that Walter Jr. married Mary Page, daughter of John Page and Alice Luken because Walter Jr. is named as a son-in-law of John Page. John Page mentions two of Walter's children in his will. However, Mary Page would have been an infant or small child in 1653 and could not have been married to Walter Jr. at this time.

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Walter married Elizabeth Maury about 1603 in England.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  William Chiles (born in 1607 Wrington Parish, Somerset, England - died in 1634 in Wrington Parish, Somerset, England)
2528      ii.  Left Col. Walter Chiles (born on 20 Mar 1608 St. Mary Redcliff Parish, Bristol, Somerset, England - died about 1671 in Jamestown, James Citty, VA)
        iii.  Humphrie Chiles (born in 1611 Wrington Parish, Somerset, England)
         iv.  Mary Chiles (born before 1618 Wrington Parish, Somerset, England)


5057. Elizabeth Maury , was born between 1580 and 1590 in Middlesex, England and died in 1672 in VA.

Elizabeth married Walter I Chiles about 1603 in England.


5060. Francis Page , son of Richard Page and Frances Mudge, was born in 1593-1594 in Bedfont, Middlesex, England died on 13 Oct 1678 in Bedfont, Middlesex, England, at age 85, and was buried in St. Mary's Church, Bedfont, Middlesex, England.

Francis married Isabell ???.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Robert Page ()
         ii.  Francis Page ()
        iii.  Gibbs Page ()
         iv.  Ince Page ()
          v.  Elizabeth Page ()
2530      vi.  Col. John "The Councillor" Page (born about 1627 Bedfont, Middlesex, England - died on 23 Jan 1692 in Middle Plantation, Williamburg, VA)
        vii.  Matthew Page ()


5061. Isabell ??? , was born in England died on 9 Jan 1629 in England, and was buried in St. Mary's Church, Bedfont, Middlesex, England.

Isabell married Francis Page.


5062. Sir Edward Lucken Of Essex , son of Robert Lucken Of Essex and Mary Adlyn, was born on 6 Sep 1601 in Isleham, Cambridge, England.

Noted events in his life were:

• He worked as a Scribe.

Edward married Alice ???.

Children from this marriage were:

2531       i.  Alice Lucken (born in 1625 Middlesex, England - died on 22 Jun 1698 in Williamsburg, VA)


5063. Alice ??? , was born in England and died in England.

Alice married Sir Edward Lucken Of Essex.


5072. William Tyrell Or Terrell 42,82,83,84, son of George Thornton Tyrrell and Helen or Ellen Montagu, was born in 1552 in Oakendon, England 82,83,84 died on 28 Aug 1595 in Reading, England, at age 43 82,83,84,98, and was buried on 28 Aug 1595 in Reading, Berkshire, England. Ancestral File Number: 8J3X-2V.

William married Margaret Richmond 82,83,84 in 1590-1593 in , Reading, Berkshire, England.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  David Tyrrell-Terrell (born in Eng., England)
         ii.  Thomas Tyrrell-Terrell (born about 1590 London, Middlesex, England - died in Dec 1630 in St. Giles Parish, Reading, Berkshire, England)
        iii.  Francis Tyrrell-Terrell (born about 1592 England - died in 1638 , buried in , Reading, Berkshire, England)
2536      iv.  Robert Terrell -Tyrell (born about 1594 Reading, Berkshire, England - died ju n 12 1643 in St. Giles, Reading, Berks., Eng.)


5073. Margaret Richmond 42,82,83,84, daughter of William Richmond and Marjory Choke, was born about 1560 in Stewley, Bucks, England 82,83,84. Ancestral File Number: 8J3X-32.

Margaret married William Tyrell Or Terrell 82,83,84 in 1590-1593 in , Reading, Berkshire, England.


5888. William Adams 42,92, son of Richard Adams and Alice, was born in 1555 in Of, Trent, Somersetshire, England 92, was christened in Barton David, Somertshire, England 92 died in 1624 in Somerton, Somersetshire, England, at age 69 92, and was buried in 1624 in Barton David, Somertshire, England 92. Ancestral File Number: 8WT2-8C.

William married Miss Borrington 42,92 about 1570 in Towstall, Dartmouth, Devonshire, England 92.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John Adams (born about 1575 Ditchet, Somersetshire, England)
         ii.  Ambrose Adams (born about 1578 Ditchet, Somersetshire, England)
        iii.  George Adams (born about 1585 Queen Camel, Somersetshire, England - died in 1647 in Barbadose, Jamaica)
2944      iv.  Henry Adams (born in 1583 Barton, St.David, Somerset, Eng - died on 8 Oct 1646 in Braintree, MA)


5889. Miss Borrington 42,92, was born about 1557 in <, Devonshire, England> 92. Ancestral File Number: 8WT2-9J.

Miss married William Adams 42,92 about 1570 in Towstall, Dartmouth, Devonshire, England 92.



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9728. William Johnston 44,45,46,47,48, son of James Johnston and Clara Barclay, was born about 1525 in Scotland 44,45,46,47,48 and died in 1547 in The Battle Of Pinke In Scotland, about age 22 44,45,46,47,48.

William married Margaret Hay 44,45,46,47,48 before 1545 in Scotland 44.

Children from this marriage were:

4864       i.  George Johnston (born about 1545 Scotland - died in 1593 in Scotland)


9729. Margaret Hay 44,45,46,47,48, daughter of Alexander Hay and Margaret Fraser, was born about 1525 in Scotland 44,45,46,47,48 and died wft est. 1551-1619 in Scotland, about age 26 44,45,46,47,48.

Margaret married William Johnston 44,45,46,47,48 before 1545 in Scotland 44.


9730. Lord William Forbes 44,45,46,47,48, son of Lord John Forbes and Christian Lundy, was born about 1495 in Scotland 44,45,46,47,48 and died wft est. 1548-1587 in Scotland, about age 53 44,45,46,47,48.

William married Elizabeth Keith 44,45,46,47,48 in 1518 in England 44.

Children from this marriage were:

4865       i.  Christian Forbes (born in 1547 Scotland Or England - died in 1622 in Scotland Or England)


9731. Elizabeth Keith 44,45,46,47,48, daughter of Sir William Keith and Lady Jane Gray, was born about 1505 in Scotland 44,45,46,47,48 and died wft est. 1549-1600 in Scotland, about age 44 44,45,46,47,48.

Elizabeth married Lord William Forbes 44,45,46,47,48 in 1518 in England 44.


10016. Robert Reynolds 43, was born in 1505 of East Bergholt, Kent, England and died in 1580 in Kent, England, at age 75.

Robert married (Mrs) Robert Reynolds in 1526 in Kent County, England.

Children from this marriage were:

5008       i.  Christopher Reynolds (born in 1530 Of, , Kent, England - , died in London, Chester, England)


10017. (Mrs) Robert Reynolds 43, was born in 1505 of East Bergholt, , Kent, Eng and died about 1570 in , Kent, England, about age 65.

Robert married Robert Reynolds in 1526 in Kent County, England.


10112. William Childes , was born about 1520 in England and died on 25 Nov 1616 in Wrington Parish, Somerset, England, about age 96.

William married Margaret Payne on 8 Dec 1565 in Wrington Parish, Somerset, England.

Children from this marriage were:

5056       i.  Walter I Chiles (born in 1572 Wrington , Somerset, England - died in 1653 in Jamestown, VA)


10113. Margaret Payne , was born about 1537 in Probably England and died in Oct 1625 in Wrington Parish, Somerset, England, about age 88.

Margaret married William Childes on 8 Dec 1565 in Wrington Parish, Somerset, England.


10120. Richard Page , was born in 1567 in Wembley, Middlesex, England.

Richard married Frances Mudge on 30 Sep 1583 in Dedham, England.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  John Page ()
         ii.  Robert Page ()
        iii.  Richard Page ()
         iv.  William Page ()
          v.  Frances Page ()
5060      vi.  Francis Page (born in 1593-1594 Bedfont, Middlesex, England - died on 13 Oct 1678 in Bedfont, Middlesex, England)
        vii.  Thomas Page ()
       viii.  Barbara Page ()
         ix.  Jean Page ()
          x.  Audrey Page ()


10121. Frances Mudge , was born on 15 May 1569 in London, England and died in 1641 in England, at age 72.

Frances married Richard Page on 30 Sep 1583 in Dedham, England.


10124. Robert Lucken Of Essex , was born in 1569 in Isleham, Cambridge, England and died in Jul 1641, at age 72.

Robert married Mary Adlyn.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Jane Lucken (born on 3 Feb 1593 Isleham, Cambridge, England)
         ii.  Alice Lucken (born in Jan 1594 Isleham, Cambridge, England)
        iii.  Robert Lucken (born on 4 Apr 1596 Isleham, Cambridge, England - died in Jul 1641)
         iv.  John Lucken (born on 24 Jul 1597 Isleham, Cambridge, England)
          v.  William Lucken (born on 12 Aug 1599 Isleham, Cambridge, England - died in 1666)
5062      vi.  Sir Edward Lucken Of Essex (born on 6 Sep 1601 Isleham, Cambridge, England)
        vii.  Isaac Lucken (born on 13 Mar 1602 Isleham, Cambridge, England)
       viii.  Mary Lucken (born on 22 Dec 1605 Isleham, Cambridge, England)
         ix.  James Lucken (born on 4 Sep 1608 Isleham, Cambridge, England - died on 9 Oct 1671)
          x.  Roger Lucken (born on 28 Jan 1609 Isleham, Cambridge, England)
         xi.  Jeremy Lucken (born about 1611)
        xii.  Elizabeth Lucken (born about 1613)
       xiii.  Bridget Lucken (born about 1615)


10125. Mary Adlyn , was born in Isleham, Cambridge, England.

Mary married Robert Lucken Of Essex.


10144. George Thornton Tyrrell 82,83,84, son of Humphrey Thornton Tyrrell and Jane Ingleton, died on 10 May 1571 82,83,84.

George married Helen or Ellen Montagu 82,83,84 in 1550 82,83,84.

Children from this marriage were:

5072       i.  William Tyrell Or Terrell (born in 1552 Oakendon, England - died on 28 Aug 1595 in Reading, England)
         ii.  Francis Tyrrell (died on 13 Aug 1609 in London)
        iii.  Emma Tyrrell ()
         iv.  Tyrrell ()
          v.  Tyrrell ()
         vi.  Hester Tyrrell ()
        vii.  Edward Thornton Tyrrell (born in 1550)


10145. Helen or Ellen Montagu 82,83,84, daughter of Edward Montagu and Elenor Roper, was born about 1530 in , , , England. Another name for Helen was Elinor.

General Notes: [Everyone Combined.FTW]

[Cloughs and Ellers.FTW]

[Barkers.FTW]

Elizabeth or Eleanor.

Helen married George Thornton Tyrrell 82,83,84 in 1550 82,83,84.

Helen next married George Tyrell, in , Boughton, Northamptonshire, England. George was born in 1530 in Of, Thornton, Buckinghamshire, England, christened about 1549 in Thornton, South Ockendon And Bruyn, Buckinghamshire, England, died on 15 May 1571 in Of, Bruyn, Essex, England, at age 41, and was buried on 16 May 1571 in Of, Bruyn, Essex, England.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Sir Edward Terrell (born in 1550 <Probably Berkshire, England> - died in 1605 in , , , England)
         ii.  Thomas Terrell (born about 1558 <Probably Berkshire, England> - died in 1600 in London, Middlesex, England)
        iii.  Frances Terrell (born about 1554 <Probably Berkshire, England>)
5072      iv.  William Tyrell Or Terrell (born in 1552 Oakendon, England - died on 28 Aug 1595 in Reading, England)
          v.  Francis Terrell (born about 1560 Of London, , London, England - died on 13 Aug 1609 in London, Middlesex, England)
         vi.  Emma Terrell (born about 1574 Of, Thornton, Buckinghamshire, England)
        vii.  Miss Terrell (born about 1558 , , England)
       viii.  Hester Terrell (born about 1562 , England)
         ix.  Emma Tyrrell (born about 1558 <Of London, England>)
          x.  Tyrrell (born about 1560 <Of London, England>)


10146. William Richmond , was born about 1530 of Stewkley Gran, Buckinghamshire, England.

William married Marjory Choke about 1555 in , England.

Children from this marriage were:

5073       i.  Margaret Richmond (born about 1560 Stewley, Bucks, England)


10147. Marjory Choke , was born about 1530 of Shelborne, Wiltshire, England.

Marjory married William Richmond about 1555 in , England.


11776. Richard Adams 42,92, son of John Adams and Margery Squier, was born in 1530 in Barton, Somersetshire, England 92, was christened in Barton David, Somersetshire, England 92 died on 19 Mar 1603 in Barton, St. David, Somerset, England, at age 73 92, and was buried on 22 Mar 1603 in Barton, St David, Somerset, Eng 92. Ancestral File Number: 8WT2-BP.

Richard married Alice 42,92 on 3 Mar 1548-1549 in Thornbury, Gloucester, England 92.

Children from this marriage were:

5888       i.  William Adams (born in 1555 Of, Trent, Somersetshire, England - died in 1624 in Somerton, Somersetshire, England)
         ii.  Mary Adams (born about 1558 Of, Trent, Somersetshire, England)
        iii.  Margarett Adams (born about 1561 Of, Trent, Somersetshire, England)
         iv.  Thomasine Adams (born about 1564 Of, Trent, Somersetshire, England - died on 4 Feb 1597 in Barton Davis, Somersetshire, England)
          v.  John Adams (born in 1566 Of, Trent, Somersetshire, England - died on 2 Feb 1611 in Barton David, Somersetshire, England)
         vi.  Robert Adams (born in 1568 Of, Trent, Somersetshire, England - died in 1602 in Lymington, South Hamption, England)


11777. Alice 42,92, was born in 1535 of Barton, St. David, Somersetshire, England 92, was christened about 1535 in Barton, St. David, Somersetshire, England 92 died in 1572 in Barton, St. David, Somersetshire, England, at age 37 92, and was buried about 1572 in Barton, St. David, Somersetshire, England 92. Ancestral File Number: 9PFW-T4.

Alice married Richard Adams 42,92 on 3 Mar 1548-1549 in Thornbury, Gloucester, England 92.



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19456. James Johnston 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1500 in Scotland 44,45,46,47,48 and died in 1548 in Scotland, about age 48 44,45,46,47,48.

James married Clara Barclay 44,45,46,47,48 on 6 Sep 1521 in Scotland 44.

Children from this marriage were:

9728       i.  William Johnston (born about 1525 Scotland - died in 1547 in The Battle Of Pinke In Scotland)


19457. Clara Barclay 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1500 in Scotland 44,45,46,47,48 and died wft est. 1529-1594 in Scotland, about age 29 44,45,46,47,48.

Clara married James Johnston 44,45,46,47,48 on 6 Sep 1521 in Scotland 44.


19458. Alexander Hay 44,45,46,47,48, was born wft est. 1474-1503 44,45,46,47,48 and died wft est. 1528-1588 44,45,46,47,48.

Alexander married Margaret Fraser 44,45,46,47,48 wft est. 1515-1547 44.

Children from this marriage were:

9729       i.  Margaret Hay (born about 1525 Scotland - died wft est. 1551-1619 in Scotland)


19459. Margaret Fraser 44,45,46,47,48, was born wft est. 1483-1506 44,45,46,47,48 and died wft est. 1528-1594 44,45,46,47,48.

Margaret married Alexander Hay 44,45,46,47,48 wft est. 1515-1547 44.


19460. Lord John Forbes 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1470 in Scotland 44,45,46,47,48 and died in 1547 in Scotland, about age 77 44,45,46,47,48.

John married Christian Lundy 44,45,46,47,48 about 1490 in Scotland 44.

Children from this marriage were:

9730       i.  Lord William Forbes (born about 1495 Scotland - died wft est. 1548-1587 in Scotland)


19461. Christian Lundy 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1470 in Scotland 44,45,46,47,48 and died wft est. 1499-1564 in Scotland, about age 29 44,45,46,47,48.

Christian married Lord John Forbes 44,45,46,47,48 about 1490 in Scotland 44.


19462. Sir William Keith 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1480 in Scotland 44,45,46,47,48 and died wft est. 1509-1571 in Scotland Or England, about age 29 44,45,46,47,48.

William married Lady Jane Gray 44,45,46,47,48 about 1500 in Scotland Or England 44.

Children from this marriage were:

9731       i.  Elizabeth Keith (born about 1505 Scotland - died wft est. 1549-1600 in Scotland)


19463. Lady Jane Gray 44,45,46,47,48, was born about 1480 in Scotland Or England 44,45,46,47,48 and died wft est. 1509-1574 in Scotland Or England, about age 29 44,45,46,47,48.

Jane married Sir William Keith 44,45,46,47,48 about 1500 in Scotland Or England 44.


20288. Humphrey Thornton Tyrrell 82,83,84, son of William Tyrrell and Elizabeth Bodley.

General Notes: [Everyone Combined.FTW]

[Cloughs and Ellers.FTW]

[Barkers.FTW]

Much early research shows Humphrey as the son of Sir Thomas. However,
Diane Dawn Dandridge Allen quotes "The Tyrells of England" (page 138,
Pedigree 8, page 246-247) as showing Humphrey as the GRAND-son...with
his father as Sir William.

Humphrey married Jane Ingleton 82,83,84.

Children from this marriage were:

10144        i.  George Thornton Tyrrell (died on 10 May 1571)


20289. Jane Ingleton 82,83,84, daughter of Robert Ingleton and Unknown, was born in 1502 82,83,84 and died in 1557, at age 55 82,83,84.

Jane married Humphrey Thornton Tyrrell 82,83,84.


20290. Edward Montagu , son of Thomas Montagu and Agnes Dudley, was born about 1485 in Of, Boughton, , England died on 10 Feb 1556 in , , , England, about age 71, and was buried on 5 Mar 1556 in , Hemington, Northamptonshire, England.

Edward married Elenor Roper 82,83,84.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Edward Montagu (born in 1532 Of, Boughton, Northamptonshire, England - died on 6 Jan 1602 , buried in Church Of, Hemington)
10145       ii.  Helen or Ellen Montagu (born about 1530 , , , England)
           iii.  Roger Montagu (born about 1520 <Boughton, England>)
            iv.  Simon Montagu (born about 1522 <Boughton, England>)
             v.  Thomas Montagu (born about 1524 <Boughton, England>)
            vi.  Isabel Montagu (born about 1532 <, , , England>)
           vii.  Mary Montagu (born about 1534 <Of, Boughton, Northamptonshire, England>)
          viii.  Agnes Montagu (born about 1536 <Of, Boughton, Northamptonshire, England>)
            ix.  William Montagu (born about 1526 <Boughton, England>)


20291. Elenor Roper 82,83,84, daughter of John Roper and Jane Fineux, was born about 1500 in Of, Eltham, Kent, England died in May 1563, about age 63, and was buried on 7 May 1563.

Elenor married Edward Montagu.


23552. John Adams 42,92, son of John Adams and Catherine Stebbing, was born in 1502 in Of, Beverston, Somersetshire, England 92, was christened on 4 Jan 1507-1508 in Barton, David, Somerset, England 92 died in Barton, David, Somerset, England 92, and was buried in Barton, David, Somerset, England 92. Ancestral File Number: 84SX-5Q.

John married Margery Squier 42,92 in 1529 in Barton, Somerset, England 92.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Henry Adams (born in 1531 Trent, David, Somerset, England - died on 12 Aug 1596 in Barton, David, Somerset, England)
            ii.  Johanna Adams (born about 1533 Trent, Somersetshire, England - buried in Barton David, Somerset, England)
11776      iii.  Richard Adams (born in 1530 Barton, Somersetshire, England - died on 19 Mar 1603 in Barton, St. David, Somerset, England)


23553. Margery Squier 42,92, was born about 1504 in Of, Barton, Somersetshire, England 92. Ancestral File Number: 8WT2-F7.

Margery married John Adams 42,92 in 1529 in Barton, Somerset, England 92.



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40576. William Tyrrell 82,83,84, son of Thomas Ockedonn Tyrrell and Elizabeth Le Brun.

William married Elizabeth Bodley 82,83,84.

Children from this marriage were:

20288        i.  Humphrey Thornton Tyrrell ()


40577. Elizabeth Bodley 82,83,84, daughter of William Bodley and Unknown.

Elizabeth married William Tyrrell 82,83,84.


40578. Robert Ingleton 82,83,84.

Robert married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

20289        i.  Jane Ingleton (born in 1502 - died in 1557)


40580. Thomas Montagu 82,83,84, was born about 1452 in Of, Hemington, Northumberland, England died on 5 Sep 1517 in , Clopton, Northamptonshire, England, about age 65, and was buried in , Hemington, Northamptonshire, England.

Thomas married Agnes Dudley 82,83,84 in 1485 in Of, Clopton, Northamptonshire, England.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  John Montagu (born about 1486 Of, Brigstock, Northamptonshire, England - , died in Sp)
20290       ii.  Edward Montagu (born about 1485 Of, Boughton, , England - died on 10 Feb 1556 in , , , England)


40581. Agnes Dudley 82,83,84, daughter of William Dudley and Christiana Darrel, was born about 1454 in Of, Clopton, Northampton, England and died about 1559, about age 105.

Agnes married Thomas Montagu 82,83,84 in 1485 in Of, Clopton, Northamptonshire, England.


40582. John Roper , son of John Roper and Margery (Tirgershall) Tattersall, was born about 1453 of Well Hall, Eltham, Kent, England and died on 7 Apr 1524, about age 71.

John married Jane Fineux.

Children from this marriage were:

20291        i.  Elenor Roper (born about 1500 Of, Eltham, Kent, England - died in May 1563)


40583. Jane Fineux , daughter of John Fineux and Elizabeth Apulderfield, was born about 1460 in Of, Swingfield, Kent, England.

Jane married John Roper.


47104. John Adams 42,92, son of John Adams and Jane Rannelegh, was born about 1482 in Beverston, Gloucestershire, England 92. Ancestral File Number: 8WT2-GD.

John married Catherine Stebbing 42,92.

Children from this marriage were:

23552        i.  John Adams (born in 1502 Of, Beverston, Somersetshire, England - , died in Barton, David, Somerset, England)
            ii.  Nicholas Adams (born about 1512 Of, Beverston, Somersetshire, England - , died in Townstall, Devonshire, England)
           iii.  George Adams (born in 1514 . chr. Of, Beverston, Somersetshire, England)


47105. Catherine Stebbing 42,92, was born about 1484 in Of, Townstall, Dartmouth, England 92. Ancestral File Number: 8WT2-HK.

Catherine married John Adams 42,92.



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81152. Thomas Ockedonn Tyrrell 82,83,84, son of Thomas Tyrrell and Anna Marney.

Thomas married Elizabeth Le Brun 82,83,84.

Children from this marriage were:

40576        i.  William Tyrrell ()


81153. Elizabeth Le Brun 82,83,84, was born about 1463 in England and died on 26 Mar 1493 in England, about age 30 82,83,84.

Elizabeth married Thomas Ockedonn Tyrrell 82,83,84.

Elizabeth next married Thomas Tyrell, son of Thomas Tyrell and Anne Marney. Thomas was born in 1460 in Ockendon and died before 1490.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Hugh Tyrell (born in <Of Ockendon, , England>)

Elizabeth next married Thomas Ockendonn Tyrell, son of Thomas Tyrrell and Anna Marney. Thomas was born in 1430 in Ockendon.


81154. William Bodley 82,83,84.

William married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

40577        i.  Elizabeth Bodley ()


81162. William Dudley , was born about 1422 in Of, Clopton, Northampton, England and died in 1505, about age 83.

William married Christiana Darrel.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Lawrence Dudley (born about 1448 Of, Clopton, Northampton, England - died before 1505)
            ii.  Eleanor Dudley (born about 1450 Of, Clopton, Northampton, England)
           iii.  Robert Dudley (born about 1452 Of, Clopton, Northampton, England - , died in Probably, London)
40581       iv.  Agnes Dudley (born about 1454 Of, Clopton, Northampton, England - died about 1559)


81163. Christiana Darrel , was born about 1426 in Of, Lillington, Buckingham, England and died in 1504, about age 78.

Christiana married William Dudley.


81164. John Roper , was born about 1405 in Of, Swalecliff, Kent, England and died in 1488, about age 83.

John married Margery (Tirgershall) Tattersall about 1444 in Well-Hall, Eltham, Kent, England.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Thomas Roper (born about 1447 Of, Brenley Boughton, Kent, England)
            ii.  Robert Roper (born about 1449 Of, , Norfolk, England)
           iii.  Margery Roper (born about 1451 Of, Swalecliff, Kent, England)
40582       iv.  John Roper (born about 1453 Of Well Hall, Eltham, Kent, England - died on 7 Apr 1524)


81165. Margery (Tirgershall) Tattersall , was born about 1420 of Well-Hall, Eltham, Kent, England and died on 2 Feb 1518, about age 98.

Margery married John Roper about 1444 in Well-Hall, Eltham, Kent, England.


81166. John Fineux , was born about 1434 in <Of, Swingfield, Kent, England>.

John married Elizabeth Apulderfield.

Children from this marriage were:

40583        i.  Jane Fineux (born about 1460 Of, Swingfield, Kent, England)


81167. Elizabeth Apulderfield , was born about 1438 in <Of, Swingfield, Kent, England>.

Elizabeth married John Fineux.


94208. John Adams 42,92, son of Thomas Adams and Marie Upton, was born in 1452 in Barton, David, Somerset, England 92. Ancestral File Number: 8WT2-JQ.

John married Jane Rannelegh 42,92 about 1474 in Beverston, Gloucester, England 92.

Children from this marriage were:

47104        i.  John Adams (born about 1482 Beverston, Gloucestershire, England)
            ii.  Robert Adams (born about 1484 Of, Beverston, Gloucester, England - died in 1557 in Butleygh, Somerset, England)


94209. Jane Rannelegh 42,92, was born about 1454 in Beverston, Gloucestershire, England 92. Ancestral File Number: 8WT2-KW.

Jane married John Adams 42,92 about 1474 in Beverston, Gloucester, England 92.



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162304. Thomas Tyrrell 82,83,84, was born about 1405 in Of, Heron, , England and died in 1476 in London, about age 71 82,83,84.

General Notes: [Everyone Combined.FTW]

[Cloughs and Ellers.FTW]

[Barkers.FTW]

Sir Thomas Tyrrell of Heron, Sheriff of Essex and Herts, 1460,
Chamberlain of the Exchequer.

Thomas married Anna Marney 82,83,84 about 1430 in Of, Layer Marney, Essex, England.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Elizabeth Tyrell ()
            ii.  Thomas Ockendonn Tyrell (born in 1430 Ockendon)
           iii.  William Tyrrell (died in 1471)
            iv.  James Tyrrell ()
81152        v.  Thomas Ockedonn Tyrrell ()


162305. Anna Marney 82,83,84, daughter of William Marney and Elizabeth Sergeaux, was born about 1402 in Of, Layer Marney, Essex, England.

General Notes: [Everyone Combined.FTW]

[Cloughs and Ellers.FTW]

[Barkers.FTW]

Anna Marney was 14th in a direct line of descent from William the
Conqueror.

Anna married Thomas Tyrrell 82,83,84 about 1430 in Of, Layer Marney, Essex, England.


188416. Thomas Adams 42,92, son of Roger Adams and Jane Ellyott, was born in 1422 in Of, Beverston, Gloucestershire, England 92. Ancestral File Number: 8WT2-L3.

Thomas married Marie Upton 42,92.

Children from this marriage were:

94208        i.  John Adams (born in 1452 Barton, David, Somerset, England)


188417. Marie Upton 42,92, was born in 1424 in Of, Beverston, Gloucestershire, England 92. Ancestral File Number: 8WT2-M8.

Marie married Thomas Adams 42,92.



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324610. William Marney , was born about 1370 in Of, Layer Marney, Essex, England died on 21 Aug 1414, about age 44, and was buried in Of, Layer Marney, Essex, England.

William married Elizabeth Sergeaux.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  John Marney (born in 1399 Of, Layer Marney, Essex, England - died before 1478 in , , Essex, England)
            ii.  Thomas Marney (born on 21 Feb 1393 Of, Layer Marney, Essex, England - died on 22 Mar 1429-1430 in Of, Layer Marney, Essex, England)
           iii.  William Marney (born about 1396 Of, Layer Marney, Essex, England - died before 1414 in , Essex, England)
            iv.  Ellen Marney (born about 1404 Of, Layer Marney, Essex, England)
             v.  Anne Marney (born about 1402 Of, Layer Marney, Essex, England)
162305      vi.  Anna Marney (born about 1402 Of, Layer Marney, Essex, England)


324611. Elizabeth Sergeaux , daughter of Richard Sergeaux and Phillippa Fitzalan, was born about 1378 in Of, Colquite, Cornwall, England.

Elizabeth married William Marney.


376832. Roger Adams 42,92, was born in 1392 in Beverston, Gloucestershire, England 92. Ancestral File Number: 8WT2-NF.

Roger married Jane Ellyott 42,92.

Children from this marriage were:

188416       i.  Thomas Adams (born in 1422 Of, Beverston, Gloucestershire, England)


376833. Jane Ellyott 42,92, was born in 1394 92. Ancestral File Number: 8WT2-PL.

Jane married Roger Adams 42,92.



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649222. Richard Sergeaux , son of Richard Sergeaux and Margaret Seneschal, was born about 1346 in Of, Colquite, Cornwall, England and died on 30 Sep 1393, about age 47.

Richard married Phillippa Fitzalan about 1373 in Of, Arundel, Sussex, England.

Children from this marriage were:

324611       i.  Elizabeth Sergeaux (born about 1378 Of, Colquite, Cornwall, England)
            ii.  Alice Sergeaux (born in 1381 Of, Killigarth And Colquite, Cornwall, England - died on 18 May 1452 , buried in Of, Earls Colne, Essex, England)
           iii.  Philippa Sergeaux (born in 1381 Of, Colquite, Cornwall, England - died in 1420)


649223. Phillippa Fitzalan , daughter of Edmund Fitzalan and Sibyl De Montagu, was born in 1350-1352 in Of, Arundel, Sussex, England and died in 1399 in Sussex, England, at age 49.

Phillippa married Richard Sergeaux about 1373 in Of, Arundel, Sussex, England.



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1298444. Richard Sergeaux , son of Richard Sergeaux Or Cerizeaux and Margaret Baddlesmere De Seneschal, was born about 1328 in Colquite Manor, Bodwin, Cornwall, England, was christened in Carminow, Cornwall, England, and died on 30 Sep 1393 in , , Cornwall, England, about age 65.

Richard married Margaret Seneschal.

Children from this marriage were:

649222       i.  Richard Sergeaux (born about 1346 Of, Colquite, Cornwall, England - died on 30 Sep 1393)


1298445. Margaret Seneschal , daughter of John Seneschal and Unknown, was born about 1326 in Of, Predarwolas, Corwall, England.

Margaret married Richard Sergeaux.


1298446. Edmund Fitzalan 42, son of Richard Copped Hat Fitzalan and Isabel Le Despencer, was born in 1327 in Of, Arundel, Sussex, England and died after 1377. Ancestral File Number: 9FSF-Q8.

Edmund married Sibyl De Montagu before Jul 1349 in , Donyatt, Somersetshire, England.

Children from this marriage were:

649223       i.  Phillippa Fitzalan (born in 1350-1352 Of, Arundel, Sussex, England - died in 1399 in Sussex, England)
            ii.  Alice Fitzalan (born about 1349 Of, Arundel, Sussex, England)


1298447. Sibyl De Montagu , daughter of William De Montagu (Montacute) and Katherine De Grandison, was born about 1330 in Of, Donyatt, Somersetshire, England.

Sibyl married Edmund Fitzalan before Jul 1349 in , Donyatt, Somersetshire, England.



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2596888. Richard Sergeaux Or Cerizeaux , was born about 1300.

Richard married Margaret Baddlesmere De Seneschal.

Children from this marriage were:

1298444       i.  Richard Sergeaux (born about 1328 Colquite Manor, Bodwin, Cornwall, England - died on 30 Sep 1393 in , , Cornwall, England)


2596889. Margaret Baddlesmere De Seneschal , was born about 1305.

Margaret married Richard Sergeaux Or Cerizeaux.


2596890. John Seneschal , was born about 1300.

John married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

1298445       i.  Margaret Seneschal (born about 1326 Of, Predarwolas, Corwall, England)


2596892. Richard Copped Hat Fitzalan 42, son of Sir Edmund Fitzalan and Alice De Warren, was born about 1313 in Of, Arundel, Sussex, England died on 24 Jan 1375-1376 in , Arundel, Sussex, England, about age 62, and was buried in , Lewes, Sussex, England. Ancestral File Number: 8MLT-WJ.

General Notes: Complete Peerage, the, The Complete Peerage, Book 1, 1:242-244.

Noted events in his life were:

• Source:

• Source:

Richard married Isabel Le Despencer on 9 Feb 1320-1321 in Kings Chapel, Havering-Atte-Bower, Essex, England.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Mary (Isabel) Fitzalan (born about 1332 Of, Corfham, Shropshire, England - died on 29 Aug 1396)
1298446      ii.  Edmund Fitzalan (born in 1327 Of, Arundel, Sussex, England - died after 1377)

Richard next married Eleanor Plantagenet, on 5 Feb 1344-1345 in Ditton, England. Eleanor was born about 1311-1322 in Grismond Castle, Monmouthshire, England, died on 11 Jan 1372 in Arundel, Sussex, England, about age 61, and was buried in Lewes, Sussex, England.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Alice Fitzalan (born about 1350 Arundel, Sussex, England - died on 17 Mar 1417)


2596893. Isabel Le Despencer 42, daughter of Hugh Despencer and Eleanore De Clare, was born about 1312 in , , Gloucestershire, England. Ancestral File Number: 9FWW-4D.

Isabel married Richard Copped Hat Fitzalan on 9 Feb 1320-1321 in Kings Chapel, Havering-Atte-Bower, Essex, England.


2596894. William De Montagu (Montacute) , son of William De Montagu (Montacute) [Baron Montagu] and Elizabeth De Montfort, was born in 1302-1303 in , Cassington, Oxfordshire, England, was christened in (17-18 1320) died on 30 Jan 1343-1344 in , Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England, at age 41, and was buried in , Bisham, Berkshire, England.

William married Katherine De Grandison 99 in 1327 in Of, Cassington, Oxfordshire, England.

Children from this marriage were:

1298447       i.  Sibyl De Montagu (born about 1330 Of, Donyatt, Somersetshire, England)


2596895. Katherine De Grandison 99, daughter of William De Grandison Sir and Sybil Tregoz, was born about 1304 in , Ashford, Hertfordshire, England died on 23 Nov 1349 in , Bisham, Berkshire, England, about age 45 99, and was buried in , Bisham, Berkshire, England.

Katherine married William De Montagu (Montacute) in 1327 in Of, Cassington, Oxfordshire, England.



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5193784. Sir Edmund Fitzalan 42, son of Richard Fitzalan and Alisona De Saluzza, was born on 1 May 1285 in Castle, Marlborough, Sussex, England and died on 17 Nov 1326 in (Beheaded), , Herefordshire, England, at age 41. The cause of his death was beheaded. Ancestral File Number: 84ZQ-1Q.

General Notes: Event: Knighted May 22, 1306 Education
Religion: Memboer of Parliament 1306

Research Notes: Contact: Darlene Chatfield <mailto:darlene6504@yahoo.com> <darlene6504@yahoo.com>

Noted events in his life were:

• He died 8th Earl of Arundel on 17 Nov 1326 in Beheaded at Hereford.

Edmund married Alice De Warren in 1305 in , Arundel, Sussex, England.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Katherine Fitzalan (born in 1305 , Arundel, Sussex, England - died on 2 May 1376)
            ii.  Edmund Fitzalan (born in 1308 , Arundel, Sussex, England)
           iii.  Alice Fitzalan (born about 1310 , Arundel, Sussex, England - died on 20 Jan 1386)
            iv.  Jane Fitzalan (born about 1312 , Arundel, Sussex, England)
             v.  Edward Fitzalan (born in 1313 , Arundel, Sussex, England - died in 1398)
2596892      vi.  Richard Copped Hat Fitzalan (born about 1313 Of, Arundel, Sussex, England - died on 24 Jan 1375-1376 in , Arundel, Sussex, England)
           vii.  Aline olive Fitzalan (born in 1314 Arundel, , Sussex, England)
          viii.  John Fitzalan (born about 1315 , Arundel, Sussex, England)
            ix.  Thomas Fitzalan (born in 1318 Arundel, , Sussex, England)
             x.  Elizabeth Fitzalan (born in 1320 , Arundel, Sussex, England - died on 3 Jan 1389)


5193785. Alice De Warren 42, daughter of William De Warenne and Joan De Vere, was born about 1277 in Of, Warren, Sussex, England and died before 23 May 1338. Ancestral File Number: 84ZQ-2W.

Alice married Sir Edmund Fitzalan in 1305 in , Arundel, Sussex, England.


5193786. Hugh Despencer , was born on 1 Mar 1260-1261 in Of, Barton, Gloucestershire, England died on 24 Nov 1326 in , Hereford, Herefordshire, England, at age 66, and was buried in Tewkesbury Abbey, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England.

Hugh married Eleanore De Clare after 14 Jun 1306 in Westminster, London, Middlesex, England.

Children from this marriage were:

2596893       i.  Isabel Le Despencer (born about 1312 , , Gloucestershire, England)


5193787. Eleanore De Clare , was born in Oct 1292 in Caerphilly Castle, Caerphilly, Glamorganshire, Wales died on 30 Jun 1337 in , Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England, at age 44, and was buried in , Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England.

Eleanore married Hugh Despencer after 14 Jun 1306 in Westminster, London, Middlesex, England.


5193788. William De Montagu (Montacute) [Baron Montagu] , son of Simon De Montagu and Hawaise De Saint Amand, was born about 1275 in Of, Cassington, Oxfordshire, England and died on 18 Oct 1319-1320, about age 44.

William married Elizabeth De Montfort about 1292 in Of, Cassington, Oxfordshire, England.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  John Montacute (born in 1299 , Salisbury, Wiltshire, England)
2596894      ii.  William De Montagu (Montacute) (born in 1302-1303 , Cassington, Oxfordshire, England - died on 30 Jan 1343-1344 in , Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England)
           iii.  Simon Montacute (born in 1303 , Salisbury, Wiltshire, England - died in 1336)
            iv.  Maud Montacute (born in 1307 , Salisbury, Wilsthire, England)
             v.  Edward Montacute (born in 1309 , Salisbury, Wilsthire, England - died in 1342)
            vi.  Alice Montacute (born in 1311 , Salisbury, Wiltshire, England)
           vii.  Mary De Montagu (Montacute) (born in 1313 , Salisbury, Wiltshire, England)
          viii.  Katherine Montacute (born in 1315 , Salisbury, Wiltshire, England)
            ix.  Hawise Montacute (born in 1317 , Salisbury, Wiltshire, England)
             x.  Isabel Montacute (born in 1319 , Salisbury, Wiltshire, England)


5193789. Elizabeth De Montfort , daughter of Peter De Montford and Matilda De La Warr, was born about 1275 in Of, Beaudesert, Warwickshire, England died in 1345, about age 70, and was buried in Christ Church, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.

Elizabeth married William De Montagu (Montacute) [Baron Montagu] about 1292 in Of, Cassington, Oxfordshire, England.


5193790. William De Grandison Sir 99, son of Amadeus Sire De Grandison and Beoite De La Tour De Gerenstein, was born about 1255-1264 in Of, Cassington, Oxfordshire, England and died on 27 Jun 1335 in Dore Abbey, Sussex, England, about age 80 99.

General Notes: William de Grandison (younger brother of Sir Otho de Grandison,secretary to King Edward I, and afterwards Lord Grandison), beingoriginally a menial servant to Edmund, Earl of Lancaster, obtainedfrom that prince, in consideration of his own faithful services andthe services of his ancestors, a grant of the manors of Radley andMenstreworth, co. Gloucester. In the 20th Edward I [1292], he procuredlicense to make a castle of his house at Asperton, co. Hereford, andin two years afterwards he was in the expedition made into Gascony,where he continued for some time and, while so engaged, was summonedto parliament as a baron. He was afterwards engaged in the Scottishwars.

His lordship m. Sibilla, youngest dau. and fo-heiress of Sir John deTregoz, and upon partition of the lands of that inheritance, acquiredthe manors of Burnham, co. Somerset, and Eton, in Herefordshire. Hehad issue by this lady, viz., Peter, John, Otho, Mabella, Katherine,and Agnes. His lordship d. before 1335 and was s. by his eldest son,Peter de Grandison, 2nd baron. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant,Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883,p. 242, Grandison, Barons Grandison]
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William married Sybil Tregoz 99 about 1285-1286 in Of, Donyatt, Somersetshire, England.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Piers 2nd Baron De Grandison Sir (born in 1286 Of, Ashperton, Herefordshire, England - died on 10 Aug 1358 in Sp)
            ii.  Mabel De Grandison (born about 1294 Of, Ashperton, Herefordshire, England)
           iii.  Agnes Grandison (born about 1289 , Bletsoe, Bedfordshire, England - died on 4 Dec 1348)
2596895      iv.  Katherine De Grandison (born about 1304 , Ashford, Hertfordshire, England - died on 23 Nov 1349 in , Bisham, Berkshire, England)
             v.  John Grandison (born in 1299 Of, Ashperton, Herefordshire, England)

William next married Blanche De Savoie 100. Blanche was born in 1267 in Canton Of Vaud, Switzerland and died about 1284, about age 17.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Agnes De Grandison (born about 1281 Harpenden, Hertfordshire, England - died on 11 Dec 1357 in Ruskington, Lincolnshire, England)


5193791. Sybil Tregoz 99, was born in 1271 in , Ewyas, Herefordshire, England and died on 12 Oct 1334 in Dore Abbey, Sussex, England, at age 63 99.

Sybil married William De Grandison Sir 99 about 1285-1286 in Of, Donyatt, Somersetshire, England.



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10387568. Richard Fitzalan , son of John Fitzalan and Isabella De Mortimer, was born on 3 Feb 1267 in , Arundel, Sussex, England and died on 9 Mar 1302, at age 35.

General Notes: 7th Earl of Arundel, 1289.
Member of Parliament, 1295.

Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America bef 1760
Author: Frederick Lewis Weis
Publication: 7th ed Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore 1992

Richard married Alisona De Saluzza about 1284 in Of, Marlborough, Sussex, England.

Children from this marriage were:

5193784       i.  Sir Edmund Fitzalan (born on 1 May 1285 Castle, Marlborough, Sussex, England - died on 17 Nov 1326 in (Beheaded), , Herefordshire, England)
            ii.  John Fitzalan (born about 1287 , Arundel, Sussex, England)
           iii.  Maud Fitzalan (born about 1289 , Arundel, Sussex, England)


10387569. Alisona De Saluzza , daughter of Thomas De Saluzza and Leugia De Ceva, was born about 1271 in Of, Saluzza, , Italy died on 25 Sep 1292, about age 21, and was buried in , Todingham, Priory.

Alisona married Richard Fitzalan about 1284 in Of, Marlborough, Sussex, England.


10387570. William De Warenne , son of John Plantagenet(De Warenne) and Alice Lusignan (De Brien), was born about 1260 in Of, Warren, Sussex, England died on 15 Dec 1286 in Vp, Croydon, Surrey, England, about age 26, and was buried in High Altar Of Lewes, Reigste, Sussex, England.

William married Joan De Vere in , , Surrey, England.

Children from this marriage were:

5193785       i.  Alice De Warren (born about 1277 Of, Warren, Sussex, England - died before 23 May 1338)


10387571. Joan De Vere , daughter of Robert De Vere and Alice De Sanford, was born about 1264 in , Oxford, Oxfordshire, England died on 21 Nov 1293, about age 29, and was buried on 21 Nov 1293 in High Altar, Lewes, Sussex, England.

Joan married William De Warenne in , , Surrey, England.


10387576. Simon De Montagu , son of William De Montacute and Beota, was born in 1250 in Of, Montacute, Somersetshire, England, was christened in (-21 23 Sep 1270) died on 26 Sep 1316 in Priory, Burton, Somersetshire, England, at age 66, and was buried in Bruton Priory, Bruton, Somersetshire, England.

Simon married Hawaise De Saint Amand about 1270 in Of, Shepton Montague, Somersetshire, England.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Simon De Montagu (born in 1271 Of, Montacute, Somersetshire, England)
5193788      ii.  William De Montagu (Montacute) [Baron Montagu] (born about 1275 Of, Cassington, Oxfordshire, England - died on 18 Oct 1319-1320)
           iii.  John De Montagu (born about 1278 Of, , , England)


10387577. Hawaise De Saint Amand , daughter of Amauri De Saint Amand and Mrs-Amauri De Saint Amand, was born about 1252 in , , , Isle Of MAN and died in 1287, about age 35.

Hawaise married Simon De Montagu about 1270 in Of, Shepton Montague, Somersetshire, England.


10387578. Peter De Montford , son of Peter De Montfort and Alice De Aldithley, was born about 1240 in Of, Beaudesert Castle, Warwickshire, England and died in 1287, about age 47.

Peter married Matilda De La Warr.

Children from this marriage were:

5193789       i.  Elizabeth De Montfort (born about 1275 Of, Beaudesert, Warwickshire, England - died in 1345 , buried in Christ Church, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England)
            ii.  John De Montfort (born about 1263-1264 Of, Beaudesert, Warwickshire, England - died before 11 May 1296)
           iii.  Simon Montfort (born about 1265 Of, Beaudesert, Warwickshire, England - died in 1318)


10387579. Matilda De La Warr , daughter of John Mathew De La Warr and Unknown, was born about 1242 in Of, Beaudesert Castle, Warwickshire, England.

Matilda married Peter De Montford.


10387580. Amadeus Sire De Grandison , son of Pierre Sire De Grandison and Agnes De Neufchatel, was born in 1229 in Grandison, Lake Neufchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland and died in 1300, at age 71.

Amadeus married Beoite De La Tour De Gerenstein about 1250.

Children from this marriage were:

5193790       i.  William De Grandison Sir (born about 1255-1264 Of, Cassington, Oxfordshire, England - died on 27 Jun 1335 in Dore Abbey, Sussex, England)


10387581. Beoite De La Tour De Gerenstein , was born about 1230 in Switzerland.

Beoite married Amadeus Sire De Grandison about 1250.



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20775136. John Fitzalan , son of John Fitzalan and Maud (Matilda) De LE BOTELER, was born on 14 Sep 1246 in , Arundel, Sussex, England and died on 18 Mar 1272, at age 25.

John married Isabella De Mortimer in 1260.

Children from this marriage were:

             i.  Amy Fitzalan (born about 1273 Of, Arundel, Sussex, England)
10387568       ii.  Richard Fitzalan (born on 3 Feb 1267 , Arundel, Sussex, England - died on 9 Mar 1302)
              iii.  Maud Fitzalan (born about 1263 Of, Arundel, Sussex, England)
               iv.  John Fitzalan (born about 1271 Of, Arundel, Sussex, England)


20775137. Isabella De Mortimer , daughter of Roger De Mortimer Earl Of Wigmore and Maud De Braose, was born about 1248 in Of, Wigmore, Herefordshire, England and died before 10 Aug 1274.

General Notes: Sources: Kraentzler 1057, 1126; A. Roots 28, 77, 149; Norr; Arundel Castle
booklet; Antiquities of Shropshire, Vol. 4.
Booklet: Isabel de Mortimer.
Antiquities: Isabella de Mortimer. Married 1260.

Isabella married John Fitzalan in 1260.


20775138. Thomas De Saluzza , son of Manfredo III Marquis Of Saluzzo and Beatrice Princess Of Savoy, was born about 1234 in , Saluzzo-Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy and died on 23 Dec 1296, about age 62.

Thomas married Leugia De Ceva in 1258.

Children from this marriage were:

10387569        i.  Alisona De Saluzza (born about 1271 Of, Saluzza, , Italy - died on 25 Sep 1292 , buried in , Todingham, Priory)


20775139. Leugia De Ceva , daughter of Giorgio De Ceva and Menzia De Ceva, was born about 1240 in <, Saluzzo-Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy> and died on 22 Aug 1291, about age 51.

Leugia married Thomas De Saluzza in 1258.


20775140. John Plantagenet(De Warenne) , son of William Plantagenet (Warren) and Maud (Matilda) Marshall, was born in Aug 1231 in Of, Warren, Sussex, England and died on 27 Sep 1305 in , , Surrey, England, at age 74.

John married Alice Lusignan (De Brien) in 1247 in Of, Woodstock, Kent, England.

Children from this marriage were:

10387570        i.  William De Warenne (born about 1260 Of, Warren, Sussex, England - died on 15 Dec 1286 in Vp, Croydon, Surrey, England)
               ii.  Eleanor Plantagenet (De Warenne) (born in Of, , Surrey, England - died after 1282 , buried in Sallay Abbey, Craven, Yorkshire, Englans)


20775141. Alice Lusignan (De Brien) , daughter of Hugh (Hugues) X De Lusignan and Isabella De Taillefer, was born about 1224 in Of, Lusignan, Vienne, France and died on 9 Feb 1291 in , Warren, Sussex, England, about age 67.

Alice married John Plantagenet(De Warenne) in 1247 in Of, Woodstock, Kent, England.


20775142. Robert De Vere , son of Hugh IV De Vere and Hawise De Quincy, was born about 1240 in , Hedinham, Essex, England died before 7 Sep 1296 in , , , England, and was buried in , Earls Colne, Essex, England.

Robert married Alice De Sanford on 22 Feb 1252 in Oxford, England.

Children from this marriage were:

10387571        i.  Joan De Vere (born about 1264 , Oxford, Oxfordshire, England - died on 21 Nov 1293 , buried in High Altar, Lewes, Sussex, England)
               ii.  Alfonso De Vere (born about 1266 <, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England> - died on 20 Dec 1329)
              iii.  Mary De Vere (born about 1262 Of, , Essex, England)


20775143. Alice De Sanford , daughter of Gilbert De Sandford (Saunford) and Mrs Loretta (Lora) De Sanford, was born about 1231 in , Saunford, Hertfordshire, England died on 7 Sep 1317 in , Canfield, Essex, England, about age 86, and was buried in , Earls Colne, Essex, England.

Alice married Robert De Vere on 22 Feb 1252 in Oxford, England.


20775152. William De Montacute , was born about 1210 in <Of, Shepton Montague, Somersetshire, England>.

William married Beota.

Children from this marriage were:

10387576        i.  Simon De Montagu (born in 1250 Of, Montacute, Somersetshire, England - died on 26 Sep 1316 in Priory, Burton, Somersetshire, England)


20775153. Beota , was born about 1220 in Of, Shepton Montague, Somersetshire, England.

Beota married William De Montacute.


20775154. Amauri De Saint Amand , was born about 1226 in , , , Isle Of MAN.

Amauri married Mrs-Amauri De Saint Amand.

Children from this marriage were:

10387577        i.  Hawaise De Saint Amand (born about 1252 , , , Isle Of MAN - died in 1287)


20775155. Mrs-Amauri De Saint Amand , was born about 1213 in , , , Isle Of MAN.

Mrs-Amauri married Amauri De Saint Amand.


20775156. Peter De Montfort , was born about 1220 in Of, Beaudesert Castle, Warwickshire, England and died on 12 Aug 1265 in Battle Of Evesham, , Worcestershire, England, about age 45.

Peter married Alice De Aldithley.

Children from this marriage were:

10387578        i.  Peter De Montford (born about 1240 Of, Beaudesert Castle, Warwickshire, England - died in 1287)
               ii.  Robert De Montfort (born about 1246 Of, , Rutlandshire, England)
              iii.  William De Montfort (born about 1242 Of, Uppingham, Rutlandshire, England)


20775157. Alice De Aldithley , was born about 1224 in Of, , Staffordshire, England and died after 1265.

Alice married Peter De Montfort.


20775158. John Mathew De La Warr , was born about 1216 in Of, Beaudesert Castle, Warwickshire, England>.

John married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

10387579        i.  Matilda De La Warr (born about 1242 Of, Beaudesert Castle, Warwickshire, England)


20775160. Pierre Sire De Grandison , son of Ebal IV Sire De Grandson and Beatrix De Geneva, was born in 1195 in Grandison, Lake Neufchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland and died on 31 Aug 1263, at age 68.

Pierre married Agnes De Neufchatel about 1228 in Helvetia, Switzerland.

Children from this marriage were:

10387580        i.  Amadeus Sire De Grandison (born in 1229 Grandison, Lake Neufchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland - died in 1300)
               ii.  Alice De Grandison (born in 1240 Hereford, Herefordshire, England - died in 1308)


20775161. Agnes De Neufchatel , daughter of Ulric III Count De Neufchatel and Yolande Von Urach, was born about 1210 in Neufchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland and died after 1263.

Agnes married Pierre Sire De Grandison about 1228 in Helvetia, Switzerland.



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41550272. John Fitzalan 42, son of John Fitzalan and Isabella (Isabel) D' Albini (Aubigny), was born in May 1223 in Of, Arundel, Sussex, England died about 10 Nov 1267, about age 44, and was buried before 10 Nov 1267. Ancestral File Number: 8JDT-WP.

General Notes: 5th Earl of Arundel, 1243

Research Notes: 5th Earl of Arundel, 1243

Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville
Author: Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler
Publication: published by author 1978

Genealogy of the Nances in Cornwall
Author: Martin L. "Pete" Nance
Publication: Originally a newsletter sent to purchasers of his book "The Nance Register", 1970

University of Hull Royal Database (England)
Author: Brian Tompsett, Dept of Computer Science
Publication: copyright 1994, 1995, 1996

John married Maud (Matilda) De LE BOTELER.

Children from this marriage were:

20775136        i.  John Fitzalan (born on 14 Sep 1246 , Arundel, Sussex, England - died on 18 Mar 1272)


41550273. Maud (Matilda) De LE BOTELER 42, was born about 1225 in Of, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England and died on 27 Nov 1283 in , , , England, about age 58. Ancestral File Number: 91SK-7D.

Maud married John Fitzalan.


41550274. Roger De Mortimer Earl Of Wigmore , was born in 1221 in , Cwmaron Castle, Radnorshire, Wales died on 27 Oct 1282 in , Kingsland, Herefordshire, England, at age 61, and was buried in Wigmore, Herfordshire, England. Ancestral File Number: 8HRJ-PH.

General Notes: Sources: Antiquities of Shropshire, Vol. 4; A. Roots 27, 28, 67, 77; AF;
Norr; Kraentzler 1097, 1126; Powys Fadog, Vol. 4, p.5.
Of Wigmore. A minor in 1246. Sixth Baron Mortimer of Wigmore 1247. Hero of
Evesham 1265. A descendant of King John. Roots: Roger de Mortimer, 6th Baron Mortimer of Wigmore and great-grandson
of King John of England.
Antiquities: Roger de Mortimer (II). Had Livery February 1247. Married about
1247. Died 27 Oct. 1282.
Powys Fadog: Roger de Mortimer. Died 1282 at Shenstone, buried in the Abbey
of Wigmore. Eldest son and heir. He was a minor at the time of his father's
death. See pages 5 and 6 for considerable background on this Roger.

Roger married Maud De Braose about 1247.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Ralph De Mortimer (born about 1247 - died in 1275)
20775137       ii.  Isabella De Mortimer (born about 1248 Of, Wigmore, Herefordshire, England - died before 10 Aug 1274)
              iii.  Edmund De Mortimer Sir (born in 1261 Wigmore, Herefordshire, England - died on 17 Jul 1304 in Wigmore Castle, Herefordshire, England)
               iv.  Roger De Mortimer Lord (born about 1253-1256 Of Chirk - died in 1326)
                v.  Godfrey De Mortimer (born about 1255)
               vi.  William De Mortimer (born about 1257 Of Bridgewater - died in 1297)
              vii.  Margaret De Mortimer (born about 1259)


41550275. Maud De Braose , was born about 1227-1230 in Of, Gower, Glamorganshire, Wales and died before 23 Mar 1300-1301.

General Notes: Sources: Antiquities of Shropshire, Vol. 4; A. Roots 27, 28, 67, 77; AF;
Norr; Kraentzler 1097, 1126.
Roots: Maud de Braiose.
Antiquities: Matilda, daughter and coheir of William de Braose of
Brecknock. Died about March 1301.

Maud married Roger De Mortimer Earl Of Wigmore about 1247.


41550276. Manfredo III Marquis Of Saluzzo , was born about 1210 in , Saluzzo-Cuneo, , Italy and died on 29 Oct 1244, about age 34.

Manfredo married Beatrice Princess Of Savoy in 1233.

Children from this marriage were:

20775138        i.  Thomas De Saluzza (born about 1234 , Saluzzo-Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy - died on 23 Dec 1296)


41550277. Beatrice Princess Of Savoy , was born about 1223 in , Savoy, France and died in 1259 in , Saluzzo-Cuneo, Italy, about age 36.

Beatrice married Manfredo III Marquis Of Saluzzo in 1233.


41550278. Giorgio De Ceva , was born about 1210 in <, Saluzzo-Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy> and died in 1268, about age 58.

Giorgio married Menzia De Ceva.

Children from this marriage were:

20775139        i.  Leugia De Ceva (born about 1240 <, Saluzzo-Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy> - died on 22 Aug 1291)


41550279. Menzia De Ceva , was born about 1210 in Of, Ceva.

Menzia married Giorgio De Ceva.


41550280. William Plantagenet (Warren) , son of Hamelin Plantagenet and Isabel De Warenne, was born in 1166 in , , Surrey, Eng died on 27 May 1240 in Surry., Eng., at age 74, and was buried in , Lewes, Sussex, England.

William married Maud (Matilda) Marshall in 1225 in Surrey, England.

Children from this marriage were:

20775140        i.  John Plantagenet(De Warenne) (born in Aug 1231 Of, Warren, Sussex, England - died on 27 Sep 1305 in , , Surrey, England)
               ii.  Isabel Plantagenet Warren (born in 1229 Warren, , Sussex, England)
              iii.  Margaret Warren (born in 1227 Of Pembroke, Pembroke, Wales)


41550281. Maud (Matilda) Marshall , was born about 1192 in Of, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales, was christened in Sep 1201 died on 27 Mar 1248, about age 56, and was buried in Tintern Abbey, Chapel Hill, Monmouthshire, England.

Maud married William Plantagenet (Warren) in 1225 in Surrey, England.


41550282. Hugh (Hugues) X De Lusignan , was born about 1183 in Of, Lusignan, Vienne, France and died in 1249 in , , Surrey, England, about age 66.

Hugh married Isabella De Taillefer in May 1217-1220 in , , , England.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Agatha Agnes De Lusignan (born about 1230 Of, Lusignan, Vienne, France - died on 12 Jan 1299)
               ii.  Marguerite De Lusignan (born about 1228 Of, Lusignan, Vienne, France - died in 1283)
              iii.  Isabella De Lusignan (born about 1228 Of, Lusignan, Vienne, France - died in 1283)
               iv.  Hugh XI De Lusignan (born in 1220 Of, Lusignan, Vienne, France - died in 1250-1260 in , , , Egypt)
                v.  Geoffrey De Lusignan (born about 1224 Of, Lusignan, Vienne, France - died before Jul 1263)
               vi.  Guy De Lusignan (born about 1222 Of, Lusignan, Vienne, France - died on 14 May 1264 in , Lewes, Sussex, England)
              vii.  Guillaume De Lusignan Valence (born in 1225 Cistercian Abbey, Valence, Charente, France - died before 18 May 1296)
             viii.  Aymer Ademar De Lusignan (born about 1228 Of, Lusignan, Vienne, France - died on 4 Dec 1260 in , Paris, Seine, France)
20775141       ix.  Alice Lusignan (De Brien) (born about 1224 Of, Lusignan, Vienne, France - died on 9 Feb 1291 in , Warren, Sussex, England)


41550283. Isabella De Taillefer , was born about 1180 in Of, Angouleme, Charente, France died on 31 May 1245-1246 in Fontevrault Abbey, Fontevrault, Maine-Et-Loire, France, about age 65, and was buried in Fontevrault Abbey, Fontevrault, Maine-Et-Loire, France.

Isabella married John Lackland King Of England, on 26 Aug 1200 in , Bordeaux, Gironde, France. John was born on 24 Dec 1166 in Kings Manor House, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, died on 19 Oct 1216 in , Newark, Nottinghamshire, England, at age 49, and was buried in Cathedral, Worcester, Worcestershire, England.

Isabella next married Hugh (Hugues) X De Lusignan in May 1217-1220 in , , , England.


41550284. Hugh IV De Vere , was born about 1184 in Hatfield, Essex, England and died on 23 Dec 1263, about age 79.

Hugh married Hawise De Quincy on 11 Feb 1222-1223.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Margaret De Vere (born about 1234 Hedingham Cstle, , Essex, England)
               ii.  Laura De Vere (born about 1232 Of, Hedingham Castle, Essex, England)
              iii.  Isabel De Vere (born about 1228 Of Totnes, Devonshire, England - died on 11 Aug 1300 , buried in Church Of Black Friars, Exeter)
20775142       iv.  Robert De Vere (born about 1240 , Hedinham, Essex, England - died before 7 Sep 1296 in , , , England)


41550285. Hawise De Quincy , was born about 1195 of Winchester, Hampshire, England and died in Feb 1262-1263, about age 67.

Hawise married Hugh IV De Vere on 11 Feb 1222-1223.


41550286. Gilbert De Sandford (Saunford) , was born about 1170 in Of, Hormead, Hertfordshire, England and died in 1250, about age 80.

Gilbert married Mrs Loretta (Lora) De Sanford about 1199 in , Of, Hertfordshire, England.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Nicholas De Sandford (born about 1200 Of, Hormead, Hertfordshire, England)
20775143       ii.  Alice De Sanford (born about 1231 , Saunford, Hertfordshire, England - died on 7 Sep 1317 in , Canfield, Essex, England)


41550287. Mrs Loretta (Lora) De Sanford , was born about 1180 in Of, , Hertfordshire, England.

Loretta married Gilbert De Sandford (Saunford) about 1199 in , Of, Hertfordshire, England.


41550320. Ebal IV Sire De Grandson , son of Ebal III Sire De Grandison and Jordane De Grandison, was born about 1154 in , Grandson, Waadt, Switzerland and died on 26 Jan 1235-1230, about age 81.

Ebal married Beatrix De Geneva about 1193.

Children from this marriage were:

20775160        i.  Pierre Sire De Grandison (born in 1195 Grandison, Lake Neufchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland - died on 31 Aug 1263)


41550321. Beatrix De Geneva , daughter of Amadeus I Count Of Geneva and Miss Von Domene, was born about 1154 in , Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland and died after 1235.

Beatrix married Ebal IV Sire De Grandson about 1193.


41550322. Ulric III Count De Neufchatel , son of Ulric II Count De Neufchatel and Bertha De Granges, was born about 1175 in Neuchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland and died in 1225, about age 50.

Ulric married Yolande Von Urach in 1202.

Children from this marriage were:

20775161        i.  Agnes De Neufchatel (born about 1210 Neufchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland - died after 1263)


41550323. Yolande Von Urach , daughter of Egon V Graf Von Urach and Agnes Von Zahringen, was born about 1180 in Urach, Baden, Germany and died in 1218, about age 38.

Yolande married Ulric III Count De Neufchatel in 1202.



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83100544. John Fitzalan 42, son of William Fitzalan and Isabel De Say, was born about 1164 in , Arundel, Sussex, England and died in Mar 1240 in , , , England, about age 76. Ancestral File Number: GLCF-CJ.

John married Isabella (Isabel) D' Albini (Aubigny) about 1222.

Children from this marriage were:

41550272        i.  John Fitzalan (born in May 1223 Of, Arundel, Sussex, England - died about 10 Nov 1267)


83100545. Isabella (Isabel) D' Albini (Aubigny) 42, was born about 1163 in , Arundel, Sussex, England and died before 1240. Ancestral File Number: GLCF-DP.

Isabella married John Fitzalan about 1222.


83100560. Hamelin Plantagenet , son of Geoffrey V "Le Bon" Plantagenet and Mrs-Geoffrey V, [Concubine Plantagenet, was born in 1130 in , , Normandy, France died in Apr 1202 in , , , England, at age 72, and was buried in Chapter House, Lewes, Sussex, England.

Hamelin married Isabel De Warenne in Apr 1164 in E. Surry., Eng.

Children from this marriage were:

41550280        i.  William Plantagenet (Warren) (born in 1166 , , Surrey, Eng - died on 27 May 1240 in Surry., Eng.)
               ii.  Miss Plantagenet (born about 1170 Of, , England)
              iii.  Margaret Plantagenet (born in 1170 , , Surrey, Eng)


83100561. Isabel De Warenne , daughter of William III De Warenne (Warren) and Adelia De Talvas (Talvace), was born in 1137 in , , Surrey, Eng died on 13 Jul 1199 in , Lewes, Sussex, England, at age 62, and was buried in Chapter House, Lewes, Sussex, Eng.

Isabel married Hamelin Plantagenet in Apr 1164 in E. Surry., Eng.


83100640. Ebal III Sire De Grandison , son of Bartholomaeus De Grandison and Unknown, was born about 1133 in La Sarraz, Waadt, Helvetia, Switzerland and died after 1177 in Grandison, Lake Neufchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland.

Ebal married Jordane De Grandison.

Children from this marriage were:

41550320        i.  Ebal IV Sire De Grandson (born about 1154 , Grandson, Waadt, Switzerland - died on 26 Jan 1235-1230)


83100641. Jordane De Grandison , was born about 1134 in Grandison, Lake Neufchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland and died after 1158.

Jordane married Ebal III Sire De Grandison.


83100642. Amadeus I Count Of Geneva 101, son of Aimon I Count Of Geneva and Ida Of Glane, was born in 1100 in Genf, Geneva, Helvetiz, Switzerland 101 and died on 26 Jun 1178, at age 78 101. Another name for Amadeus was Amadeo I Count Of Geneva.

Amadeus married Matilda De Cuiseaux 101, about 1130 in 2ND Wife. Matilda was born in 1110 in Cuiseaux, Seine-Et-Loire, France and died before 2 Jul 1137 101.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  William I Count Of Geneva (born in 1130 Genf, Geneva, Helvetiz, Switzerland - died on 25 Jul 1195)

Amadeus next married Miss Von Domene in 3rd Wife.

Children from this marriage were:

41550321        i.  Beatrix De Geneva (born about 1154 , Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland - died after 1235)


83100643. Miss Von Domene , was born about 1130 in Switzerland.

Miss married Amadeus I Count Of Geneva 101 in 3rd Wife.


83100644. Ulric II Count De Neufchatel , son of Rudolph I Count De Neufchatel and Emma De Glane, was born before 1130 in Neuchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland and died in 1191.

Ulric married Bertha De Granges.

Children from this marriage were:

41550322        i.  Ulric III Count De Neufchatel (born about 1175 Neuchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland - died in 1225)


83100645. Bertha De Granges , was born about 1150 in Helvetia, Switzerland.

Bertha married Ulric II Count De Neufchatel.


83100646. Egon V Graf Von Urach , son of Egon III Graf Von Urach and Kunigunde Von Wasserburg, was born in 1152 in Urach, Baden, Germany and died on 20 Jan 1229-1230, at age 77.

Egon married Agnes Von Zahringen about 1179.

Children from this marriage were:

41550323        i.  Yolande Von Urach (born about 1180 Urach, Baden, Germany - died in 1218)


83100647. Agnes Von Zahringen , daughter of Berthold IV Von Zahringen and Edith Von Frohburg, was born about 1152 in Germany and died on 10 May 1239, about age 87.

Agnes married Egon V Graf Von Urach about 1179.



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166201088. William Fitzalan 42, son of Walter Fitzalan and Helen Peverel, was born about 1136 in , Oswestry, Shropshire, England and died in 1210 in , , , England, about age 74. Ancestral File Number: GLCF-FV.

William married Isabel De Say in Of, , Shropshire, England.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  William Fitzalan (born about 1163 Of, , Shropshire, England)
83100544       ii.  John Fitzalan (born about 1164 , Arundel, Sussex, England - died in Mar 1240 in , , , England)


166201089. Isabel De Say 42, was born about 1141 in , Clun, Shropshire, England and died before 1199. Ancestral File Number: 924J-63.

Isabel married William Fitzalan in Of, , Shropshire, England.


166201120. Geoffrey V "Le Bon" Plantagenet , son of Foulques V Le Jeune Count Of Anjou and Ermengarde (Ermentrude) Du Maine, was born on 24 Aug 1113 in , , Anjou, France and died on 7 Sep 1151 in , Chateau, , France, at age 38.

Geoffrey married Matilda (Maud) Empress Of Germany, daughter of I Henry Beauclerc King Of England and Matilda Atheling Princess Of Scotland, on 22 May 1127 in , Le Mans, Sarthe, France. Matilda was born before 5 Aug 1102 in , London, Middlesex, England, died on 10 Sep 1169 in Notre Dame, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France, and was buried in Bec Abbey, Le Bec-Hellouin, Eure, France.

Geoffrey next married Mrs-Geoffrey V, [Concubine Plantagenet.

Children from this marriage were:

83100560        i.  Hamelin Plantagenet (born in 1130 , , Normandy, France - died in Apr 1202 in , , , England)


166201121. Mrs-Geoffrey V, [Concubine Plantagenet , was born about 1112 in Of, , Normandy, France.

Mrs-Geoffrey married Geoffrey V "Le Bon" Plantagenet.


166201122. WilliamIII De Warenne (Warren) 42, son of William De Warenne (Warren) II and Isabel (Elizabeth) De Vermandois, was born about 1110 in Of, , Vermandois, Normandy, France and died in 1148 in , Laodicea, about age 38. Ancestral File Number: 8WKS-C3.

William married Adelia De Talvas (Talvace).

Children from this marriage were:

83100561        i.  Isabel De Warenne (born in 1137 , , Surrey, Eng - died on 13 Jul 1199 in , Lewes, Sussex, England)


166201123. Adelia De Talvas (Talvace) , daughter of William Talvace and Alice De Bourgogne, was born about 1110 in Of, , Sussex, England, was christened in And Alencon, France, and died in 1174, about age 64.

Adelia married William III De Warenne (Warren).


166201280. Bartholomaeus De Grandison , son of Ebal II Sire De Grandison and Adelheid, was born about 1110 in La Sarraz, Waadt, Helvetia, Switzerland and died in 1158 in Jerusalem, Palestine, about age 48.

Bartholomaeus married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

83100640        i.  Ebal III Sire De Grandison (born about 1133 La Sarraz, Waadt, Helvetia, Switzerland - died after 1177 in Grandison, Lake Neufchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland)


166201284. Aimon I Count Of Geneva 102, son of Gerald Count Of Geneva and Thietburga Widow Of Louis Of Faucigny, was born about 1060 in Genf, Geneva, Helvetiz, Switzerland 102 and died before 1128 102.

Aimon married Ida Of Glane 102.

Children from this marriage were:

83100642        i.  Amadeus I Count Of Geneva (born in 1100 Genf, Geneva, Helvetiz, Switzerland - died on 26 Jun 1178)


166201285. Ida Of Glane 102, daughter of Peter Count Of Glane and Unknown, was born in 1086 in Villars-Sur-Glane, Fribourg, Switzerland. Another name for Ida was Itha De Faucigny.

Ida married Aimon I Count Of Geneva 102.


166201288. Rudolph I Count De Neufchatel , son of Ulrich I De Fenes and Unknown, was born about 1105 in Neuchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland and died about 1130, about age 25.

Rudolph married Emma De Glane.

Children from this marriage were:

83100644        i.  Ulric II Count De Neufchatel (born before 1130 Neuchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland - died in 1191)


166201289. Emma De Glane , daughter of Peter De Glane and Unknown, was born about 1110 in Switzerland.

Emma married Rudolph I Count De Neufchatel.


166201292. Egon III Graf Von Urach , son of Egon II Graf Von Urach and Kunigunde, was born about 1100 in Urach, Baden, Germany and died in 1180, about age 80.

Egon married Kunigunde Von Wasserburg.

Children from this marriage were:

83100646        i.  Egon V Graf Von Urach (born in 1152 Urach, Baden, Germany - died on 20 Jan 1229-1230)


166201293. Kunigunde Von Wasserburg , daughter of Engelbert Von Diessen Graf Von Wasserburg and Hedwig Von Formbach, was born about 1120 in Germany and died on 4 Sep 1168, about age 48.

Kunigunde married Egon III Graf Von Urach.


166201294. Berthold IV Von Zahringen , son of Konrad Von Zahringen and Clemence De Namur, was born about 1123 in Germany and died on 8 Dec 1186, about age 63.

Berthold married Edith Von Frohburg about 1151.

Children from this marriage were:

83100647        i.  Agnes Von Zahringen (born about 1152 Germany - died on 10 May 1239)


166201295. Edith Von Frohburg , daughter of Herman Von Frohburg and Unknown, was born about 1123 in Frohburg, Germany and died before 1183.

Edith married Berthold IV Von Zahringen about 1151.



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332402176. Walter Fitzalan 42, son of Alan Fitzflaald and Avelina De Hesding, was born about 1105 in Of, Paisley Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland, was christened in Also Of, Dol, Normandy France, and died in 1177, about age 72. Ancestral File Number: GR3Z-W1.

Walter married Eschyna De Molle. Eschyna was born about 1125 in <Of, Paisley Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland>.

Walter next married Helen Peverel.

Children from this marriage were:

166201088       i.  William Fitzalan (born about 1136 , Oswestry, Shropshire, England - died in 1210 in , , , England)


332402177. Helen Peverel 42, was born in 1115 in Of, Oswestrie, Shropshire, England. Ancestral File Number: 924H-ZW.

Helen married Walter Fitzalan.


332402240. Foulques V Le Jeune Count Of Anjou , son of Foulques IV Rechin Count Of Anjou IV and Bertrade De Montfort Queen Of France, was born in 1092 in Of, , Anjou, France died on 10 Nov 1143 in , , Jerusalem, Israel, at age 51, and was buried in Church Of Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, Israel.

Foulques married Ermengarde (Ermentrude) Du Maine in , , , France.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Mathilde D' Anjou (born in Of, Angers, Maine-Et-Loire, France - died in 1154 in Fontevrault Abbey, Fontevrault, Maine-Et-Loire, France)
               ii.  Sibilla D' Anjou (born about 1105 Of, , Anjou, France - died in 1165-1167)
              iii.  Elias D' Anjou (born about 1111 Of, , Anjou, France - died on 15 Jan 1151 in St Serge Abbey, Angers, Anjou, France)
166201120      iv.  Geoffrey V "Le Bon" Plantagenet (born on 24 Aug 1113 , , Anjou, France - died on 7 Sep 1151 in , Chateau, , France)


332402241. Ermengarde (Ermentrude) Du Maine , was born about 1096 in , , Maine, France and died in 1126 in , , Maine, France, about age 30.

Ermengarde married Foulques V Le Jeune Count Of Anjou in , , , France.


332402244. William De Warenne (Warren) II 42, son of William De Warren and Gundred Princess Of England Countess Of Surrey, was born about 1065 in Of, , Sussex, England died on 11 May 1138 in , , , England, about age 73, and was buried in Priory Of Lewes, Lewes, Sussex, England. Ancestral File Number: 8PTS-0L.

William married Isabel (Elizabeth) De Vermandois in , , , France.

Children from this marriage were:

166201122       i.  William III De Warenne (Warren) (born about 1110 Of, , Vermandois, Normandy, France - died in 1148 in , Laodicea)
               ii.  Reginald De Warenne (Warren) (born about 1113 Of, , Vermandois, Normandy, France)
              iii.  Ralph De Warenne (Warren) (born about 1115 Of, , Vermandois, Normandy, France - , died in Sp)
               iv.  Gundred De Warenne (born about 1117 Of, Warwick, Warwickshire, England - died in 1166 in , , Warwickshire, England)


332402245. Isabel (Elizabeth) De Vermandois 42, was born about 1085 in Of, Valois, , France died on 13 Feb 1131 in , , , England, about age 46, and was buried in , Lewes, Sussex, England. Ancestral File Number: 8XJB-3Q.

Isabel married William De Warenne (Warren) II in , , , France.


332402246. William Talvace , was born about 1084 in <Of, , Sussex, England>.

William married Alice De Bourgogne.

Children from this marriage were:

166201123       i.  Adelia De Talvas (Talvace) (born about 1110 Of, , Sussex, England - died in 1174)


332402247. Alice De Bourgogne , was born about 1080 in <Of, , Sussex, England>.

Alice married William Talvace.


332402560. Ebal II Sire De Grandison , son of Falko De Grandison and Adelheid De Roucy, was born about 1087 in Grandison, Lake Neufchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland and died before 1135.

Ebal married Adelheid.

Children from this marriage were:

166201280       i.  Bartholomaeus De Grandison (born about 1110 La Sarraz, Waadt, Helvetia, Switzerland - died in 1158 in Jerusalem, Palestine)


332402561. Adelheid , was born about 1091 in Grandison, Lake Neufchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland.

Adelheid married Ebal II Sire De Grandison.


332402568. Gerald Count Of Geneva 103, son of Almon I Count Of Vienne and Bertha Of Burgundy, was born in 1012 in Genf, Geneva, Helvetiz, Switzerland and died before 1080 103.

Gerald married Gisela. Gisela was born in 1020 of Switzerland.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Johanna De Geneva (born about 1040 Genf, Geneva, Helvetiz, Switzerland - died about 1095)

Gerald next married Thietburga Widow Of Louis Of Faucigny 103 about 1060 in 2ND Wife 103.

Children from this marriage were:

166201284       i.  Aimon I Count Of Geneva (born about 1060 Genf, Geneva, Helvetiz, Switzerland - died before 1128)


332402569. Thietburga Widow Of Louis Of Faucigny 103, was born about 1035 in Geneva, Switzerland.

Thietburga married Gerald Count Of Geneva 103 about 1060 in 2ND Wife 103.


332402570. Peter Count Of Glane 102, was born in 1060 in Villars-Sur-Glane, Fribourg, Switzerland.

Peter married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

166201285       i.  Ida Of Glane (born in 1086 Villars-Sur-Glane, Fribourg, Switzerland)


332402576. Ulrich I De Fenes , son of Rudolph De Fenes and Unknown, was born about 1075 in Switzerland.

Ulrich married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

166201288       i.  Rudolph I Count De Neufchatel (born about 1105 Neuchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland - died about 1130)


332402578. Peter De Glane , son of Ulrich De Glane and Rilensa Villars-Valbert, was born about 1077 in Switzerland and died on 10 Apr 1127, about age 50.

Peter married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

166201289       i.  Emma De Glane (born about 1110 Switzerland)


332402584. Egon II Graf Von Urach , son of Egon I Von Dettingen and Unknown, was born in 1055 in Urach, Baden, Germany and died after 1120.

Egon married Kunigunde about 1099.

Children from this marriage were:

166201292       i.  Egon III Graf Von Urach (born about 1100 Urach, Baden, Germany - died in 1180)


332402585. Kunigunde , was born about 1070 in Germany.

Kunigunde married Egon II Graf Von Urach about 1099.


332402586. Engelbert Von Diessen Graf Von Wasserburg , son of Gebhard I Graf Von Diessen and Richilda Von Spondheim, was born about 1090 in Diessen, Germany and died on 20 Sep 1161, about age 71.

Engelbert married Hedwig Von Formbach about 1119.

Children from this marriage were:

166201293       i.  Kunigunde Von Wasserburg (born about 1120 Germany - died on 4 Sep 1168)


332402587. Hedwig Von Formbach , daughter of Dietrich II Graf Von Formbach and Adelheid Von Babenberg, was born about 1100 in Formbach, Germany and died on 9 Feb 1169-1170, about age 69.

Hedwig married Engelbert Von Diessen Graf Von Wasserburg about 1119.


332402588. Konrad Von Zahringen , son of Berthold II Von Zahringen and Agnes Von Rheinfelden, was born about 1082 in Germany and died on 8 Jan 1151-1152, about age 69.

Konrad married Clemence De Namur in 1121.

Children from this marriage were:

166201294       i.  Berthold IV Von Zahringen (born about 1123 Germany - died on 8 Dec 1186)


332402589. Clemence De Namur , daughter of Godfrey Count Of Namur and Ermisende Of Luxembourg, was born about 1105 in Namur, France and died on 28 Dec 1158, about age 53.

Clemence married Konrad Von Zahringen in 1121.


332402590. Herman Von Frohburg , son of Volmar Von Frohburg and Sophia De Mousson, was born about 1080 in Frohburg, Germany and died in 1125, about age 45.

Herman married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

166201295       i.  Edith Von Frohburg (born about 1123 Frohburg, Germany - died before 1183)



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664804352. Alan Fitzflaald 42, was born about 1078 in , Dol, Normandy, France, was christened in Of, , Shropshire, England, and died in 1114, about age 36. Ancestral File Number: H118-70.

Alan married Avelina De Hesding about 1105.

Children from this marriage were:

332402176       i.  Walter Fitzalan (born about 1105 Of, Paisley Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland - died in 1177)
               ii.  Sibil Fitzalan (born about 1109 Of, Dol, Normandy, France)


664804353. Avelina De Hesding 42, was born about 1081 in Of, , Shropshire, England and was christened in Also Of, Dol, Normandy, France. Ancestral File Number: H118-85.

Avelina married Alan Fitzflaald about 1105.


664804480. Foulques IV Rechin Count Of Anjou IV 104, son of Geoffroy II Ferreol Count Of Gastinois and Ermengarde, Countess Of Anjou Countess Of Gastinois, was born in 1043 in Of, , Anjou, France and died on 14 Apr 1109 in Of, , Anjou, France, at age 66. Ancestral File Number: FLHD-BL.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> FLHD-BL

Foulques married Bertrade De Montfort Queen Of France in 1089 in , , , France.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Ermengardis D' Anjou (born about 1090 Of, , Anjou, France - died on 1 Jun 1146)
               ii.  Geoffrey Of Anjou (born about 1091 Of, , Anjou, France - died in 1106)
332402240     iii.  Foulques V Le Jeune Count Of Anjou (born in 1092 Of, , Anjou, France - died on 10 Nov 1143 in , , Jerusalem, Israel)


664804481. Bertrade De Montfort Queen Of France 104, daughter of Simon I Of Montfort Lord Of and Agnaes D' Evreux, was born about 1059 in Of, Montfort Amaury, Ile DE France, France and died on 14 Feb 1117 in , Fontevrault, , France, about age 58. Ancestral File Number: 9HPV-WQ.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9HPV-WQ

Bertrade married Foulques IV Rechin Count Of Anjou IV in 1089 in , , , France.

Bertrade next married Philippe I King Of France, on 15 May 1092 in Ile DE France, France. Philippe was born before 23 May 1052-1053 in Reims, Champagne, France, died on 29 Jul 1108 in Melun, Isle DE France, France, and was buried in St-Benoit-Sur-Loire, France.


664804488. William De Warren 42,104, son of Ralph De Warren and Emma Mrs De Warenne, was born about 1055 in Bellencombe, Seine Inferieure, France died on 24 Jun 1088 in Lewes, Sussex, England, about age 33, and was buried in Priory Of Lewes, Lewes, Sussex, England. Ancestral File Number: GXQC-Z6.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> GXQC-Z6

William married Gundred Princess Of England Countess Of Surrey before 1077 in Normandy, France.

Children from this marriage were:

332402244       i.  William De Warenne (Warren) II (born about 1065 Of, , Sussex, England - died on 11 May 1138 in , , , England)
               ii.  Reginald De Warren (born about 1082 Of, , Sussex, England - , died in Sp)
              iii.  Edith De Warren (born about 1084 Of, , Sussex, England)
               iv.  Gundred De Warren (born about 1085 Acre Castle, Acre, Norfolk, England)


664804489. Gundred Princess Of England Countess Of Surrey 42,104, daughter of I Guillaume "Le Conquberant" De Normandie King Of England and Matilda Countess Of Flanders Queen Of England, was born about 1063 in , , Normandy, France died on 27 May 1085 in Castle Acre, Acre, Norfolk, England, about age 22, and was buried in Priory, Lewes, Sussex, England. Ancestral File Number: 8PTS-DN.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 8PTS-DN

Gundred married William De Warren before 1077 in Normandy, France.


664805120. Falko De Grandison , son of Adelbert III De Grandison and Unknown, was born about 1047 in La Sarraz, Waadt, Helvetia, Switzerland and died in 1114, about age 67.

Falko married Adelheid De Roucy.

Children from this marriage were:

332402560       i.  Ebal II Sire De Grandison (born about 1087 Grandison, Lake Neufchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland - died before 1135)


664805121. Adelheid De Roucy , daughter of Hildouin IV Count Of Montdidier Sire De Rameru and Alix De Roucy, was born about 1049 in Roucy, Aisne, France.

Adelheid married Falko De Grandison.


664805136. Almon I Count Of Vienne , was born in 985 in Genf, Geneva, Helvetiz, Switzerland and died in 1016, at age 31.

Almon married Bertha Of Burgundy 105.

Children from this marriage were:

332402568       i.  Gerald Count Of Geneva (born in 1012 Genf, Geneva, Helvetiz, Switzerland - died before 1080)


664805137. Bertha Of Burgundy 105, daughter of Berthold Count In Burgundy and Matilda Of Burgundy, was born in 987 in Bourgogne, France.

Bertha married Almon I Count Of Vienne.


664805152. Rudolph De Fenes , son of Ulrich De Fenes and Unknown, was born about 1045 in Switzerland.

Rudolph married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

332402576       i.  Ulrich I De Fenes (born about 1075 Switzerland)


664805156. Ulrich De Glane , was born about 1050 in Switzerland and died in 1078, about age 28.

Ulrich married Rilensa Villars-Valbert.

Children from this marriage were:

332402578       i.  Peter De Glane (born about 1077 Switzerland - died on 10 Apr 1127)


664805157. Rilensa Villars-Valbert , was born about 1052 in Switzerland.

Rilensa married Ulrich De Glane.


664805168. Egon I Von Dettingen , son of Liutold Von Achelm and Unknown, was born about 985 in Germany and died in 1055, about age 70.

Egon married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

332402584       i.  Egon II Graf Von Urach (born in 1055 Urach, Baden, Germany - died after 1120)


664805172. Gebhard I Graf Von Diessen , son of Arnulf Graf Von Diessen and Adelheid Von Sulzbach, was born about 1071 in Diessen, Germany and died on 3 Oct 1102, about age 31.

Gebhard married Richilda Von Spondheim 106 about 1086.

Children from this marriage were:

332402586       i.  Engelbert Von Diessen Graf Von Wasserburg (born about 1090 Diessen, Germany - died on 20 Sep 1161)


664805173. Richilda Von Spondheim 106, daughter of Engelbert I Von Spondheim Count Lavanthal and Hedwig Von Flinsbach, was born about 1071 in Spondheim, Rheinland, Germany and died on 11 Apr 1130, about age 59.

Richilda married Poppo II Margrave Of Istria 106. Poppo was born about 1070 in Austria.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Sophia Of Istria (born about 1100 Meran, Austria - died on 6 Sep 1128)

Richilda next married Gebhard I Graf Von Diessen about 1086.


664805174. Dietrich II Graf Von Formbach , son of Heinrich II Von Quinzigau Graf Von Formbach and Adelheid Von Formbach, was born about 1060 in Formbach, Germany and died on 29 Nov 1144, about age 84.

Dietrich married Adelheid Von Babenberg.

Children from this marriage were:

332402587       i.  Hedwig Von Formbach (born about 1100 Formbach, Germany - died on 9 Feb 1169-1170)


664805175. Adelheid Von Babenberg , daughter of Leopold II "The Fair" Margrave Of Austria and Ida Von Cham, was born about 1082 in Babenberg, Germany and died about 1120, about age 38.

Adelheid married Dietrich II Graf Von Formbach.


664805176. Berthold II Von Zahringen , son of Berthold I Von Villingau Duke Of Zahringen and Beatrice De Montbeliard, was born about 1057 in Germany and died on 12 Apr 1111, about age 54.

Berthold married Agnes Von Rheinfelden in 1079.

Children from this marriage were:

332402588       i.  Konrad Von Zahringen (born about 1082 Germany - died on 8 Jan 1151-1152)


664805177. Agnes Von Rheinfelden , daughter of Rudolph Von Rheinfelden Duke Of Swabia and Maud Von Franken, was born on 12 May 1060 in Rheinfelden, Germany and died on 19 Dec 1111, at age 51.

Agnes married Berthold II Von Zahringen in 1079.


664805178. Godfrey Count Of Namur 107, son of Albert III Count Of Namur and Ida Billung Of Saxony, was born in 1067 in Namur, France 108 and died on 19 Aug 1139 in Abbey Of Florette, France, at age 72 108.

Godfrey married Sibylle Of Chateau-Porcien 108, about 1087 108. Sibylle was born wFT Est 1075 in Chateau Porcien, France and was buried in Divorced Because Of Her Affair With Neighbor 108.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Elizabeth Of Namur (born wFT Est 1092 Namur, France - died after 1144)

Godfrey next married Ermisende Of Luxembourg 106,107 before 1105 in 3rd Husband.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Beatrice De Namur (born about 1105 Namur, Lorraine, France - died in 1160)
332402589      ii.  Clemence De Namur (born about 1105 Namur, France - died on 28 Dec 1158)
              iii.  Henry De Luxembourg Count Of Namur (born about 1113 Namur, Luxemburg - died in 1196)
               iv.  Alix De Namur (born about 1117 Namur, Belgium - died in Nov 1195)


664805179. Ermisende Of Luxembourg 106,107, daughter of Conrad I Count Of Luxembourg and Clemence De Poitou, was born about 1082 in Trier, Rhineland, Germany and died on 24 Jun 1143, about age 61 107.

Ermisende married Adalbert II Von Egisheim 106, in 1st Husband. Adalbert was born about 1060 in Egisheim, Haute-Rheims, France and died on 24 Aug 1098, about age 38.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Mathilda Von Egisheim (born about 1098 Egisheim, Haute-Rheims, France - died after 1135)

Ermisende next married Albert Of Moha, in 2ND Husband. Albert was born in 1083 in Trier, Rhineland, Germany.

Ermisende next married Godfrey Count Of Namur 107 before 1105 in 3rd Husband.


664805180. Volmar Von Frohburg , son of Adalbero Von Frohburg and Unknown, was born about 1050 in Frohburg, Germany and died about 1080, about age 30.

Volmar married Sophia De Mousson.

Children from this marriage were:

332402590       i.  Herman Von Frohburg (born about 1080 Frohburg, Germany - died in 1125)


664805181. Sophia De Mousson , daughter of Louis II Comte De Montbeliard and Sophia Countess De Bar-Le-Duc, was born about 1050 in Mousson, Bas Alsace, France.

Sophia married Volmar Von Frohburg.



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1329608960. Geoffroy II Ferreol Count Of Gastinois , son of Geoffroy I Ferreol Count Of Gastinois and Beatrice De Macon, was born about 1000 in Of, Chateau Landon, Seine-Et-Marne, France and died on 1 Apr 1046 in , , Anjou, France, about age 46.

Geoffroy married Ermengarde, Countess Of Anjou Countess Of Gastinois in 1035 in , , , France.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Hildegarde De Gastinois (born about 1041 Of, Courtenay, Loiret, France)
               ii.  Geoffroy III Le Barbu Count Of Anjou (born about 1039 Of, , Anjou, France - died in 1096-1097)
664804480     iii.  Foulques IV Rechin Count Of Anjou IV (born in 1043 Of, , Anjou, France - died on 14 Apr 1109 in Of, , Anjou, France)


1329608961. Ermengarde, Countess Of Anjou Countess Of Gastinois 104, daughter of Foulques Le Noir Count Of Anjou III and Hildegarde Countess Of Anjou, was born in 1018 in Of, , Anjou, France and died on 21 Mar 1076 in , , Anjou, France, at age 58. Ancestral File Number: 9FPL-WH.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9FPL-WH

Ermengarde, married Robert Prince Of France I "The Old" Duke Of Burgundy, son of Robert II The Pious France King Of France and Constance De Toulouse Queen Of France, about 1048 in France. Robert was born about 1011 in France, died on 21 Mar 1076 in Fleury-Sur-Ouche, France, about age 65, and was buried in Abbaye DE St Seine, Sbemur, Bourgogne.

Ermengarde, next married Geoffroy II Ferreol Count Of Gastinois in 1035 in , , , France.


1329608962. Simon I Of Montfort Lord Of 104, son of Amauri (Amaury), Seigneur De Montfort and Bertrade De Gometz, was born about 1025 in Of, Montfort Amaury, Ile DE France, France died in 1087, about age 62, and was buried in , Epernon, Normandy, France. Ancestral File Number: 9HMR-DJ.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9HMR-DJ

Simon married Agnaes D' Evreux about 1058 in Of, , Normandie.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Amaury De Montfort Lord Of Montfort (born about 1070 Of, Montfort Amaury, Ile DE France, France - died in 1137)
664804481      ii.  Bertrade De Montfort Queen Of France (born about 1059 Of, Montfort Amaury, Ile DE France, France - died on 14 Feb 1117 in , Fontevrault, , France)
              iii.  Guillaume De Montfort Bishop Of Paris (born about 1073 Of, Montfort Amaury, Ile DE France, France - died on 27 Aug 1101)
               iv.  Simoni Deii Montfort (born about 1068 Of, Montfort Amaury, Ile DE France, France - died after 1101 in (Sp))
                v.  Richard De Montfort (born about 1066 Of, Montfort Amaury, Ile DE France, France - died about 1092 , buried in , Epernon, , France)
               vi.  Adeliza De Montfort (born about 1075 Of, Montfort Amaury, Ile DE France, France)

Simon next married Isabel De Broyes, about 1055 in France.


1329608963. Agnaes D' Evreux 104, daughter of Richard, D' Evreux Count Of Evreux and Adaele De Toni Countess Of Evreux, was born about 1030 in Of, Evreux, Normandie. Ancestral File Number: HPG9-KK.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> HPG9-KK

Agnaes married Simon I Of Montfort Lord Of about 1058 in Of, , Normandie.


1329608976. Ralph De Warren 42, son of William De Warren and Miss De Torta, was born about 998 in , , , France. Ancestral File Number: FLGX-8C.

Ralph married Emma Mrs De Warenne.

Children from this marriage were:

664804488       i.  William De Warren (born about 1055 Bellencombe, Seine Inferieure, France - died on 24 Jun 1088 in Lewes, Sussex, England)
               ii.  Ralph De Warenne (born about 1053 , , , France)


1329608977. Emma Mrs De Warenne 42, was born about 1020 in , , , France. Ancestral File Number: FLGX-9J.

Emma married Ralph De Warren.


1329608978. I Guillaume "Le Conquberant" De Normandie King Of England 42,104, was born on 14 Oct 1024 in , Falaise, Normandie, was christened in 1066 in Norman Conquest, As An Adult; died on 10 Sep 1087 in Hermenbraville, Rouen, Normandie, at age 62, and was buried in Abbaye DE St Etienne, Caen, Normandie. Ancestral File Number: 8XHZ-SV.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 8XHZ-SV

Guillaume married Matilda Countess Of Flanders Queen Of England in 1050 in Castle Of, Angi, Normandy, France.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Robert II Prince Of England Duke Of Normandy (born about 1053 , , Normandy, France - died on 10 Feb 1134 in , Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales)
               ii.  Richard Prince Of England (born about 1054 , , Normandy, France - died in 1081 in , New Forest, Hampshire, England)
              iii.  Cecilia Princess Of England (born about 1055 , , Normandy, France - died on 30 Jul 1126 in , Caen, Calvados, France)
               iv.  William II Rufus King Of England (born about 1056 , , Normandy, France - died on 1 Aug 1100 in , New Forest, Hampshire, England)
                v.  Alice Or Adbelahide De Normandy (born about 1057 Of, , Normandie - died in 1065)
               vi.  Mathilda Princess Of England (born in 1059 , , Normandy, France - died before 1112)
              vii.  Constance Princess Of England (born about 1061 , , Normandy, France - died on 13 Aug 1090 in , , , England)
             viii.  Adaele (Alice) Princess Of England Countess Of Blois (born about 1062 Of, , Normandie - died on 8 Mar 1135 in , Marsilly, Aquitaine)
664804489      ix.  Gundred Princess Of England Countess Of Surrey (born about 1063 , , Normandy, France - died on 27 May 1085 in Castle Acre, Acre, Norfolk, England)
                x.  Agatha Princess Of England (born about 1064 , , Normandy, France - died before 1086 in , , Calvados, France)


1329608979. Matilda Countess Of Flanders Queen Of England 42,104, daughter of Baudouin Flanders V Count Of Flanders and Adaele (Alix) Princess Of France, was born about 1031 in Of, , Flandres died on 2 Nov 1083 in , Caen, Normandie, about age 52, and was buried in Eglise DE La Sainte Trinitbe, Caen, Normandie. Ancestral File Number: 8XHZ-T2.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 8XHZ-T2

Matilda married I Guillaume "Le Conquberant" De Normandie King Of England in 1050 in Castle Of, Angi, Normandy, France.


1329610240. Adelbert III De Grandison , son of Adelbert II De Grandison and Dietberga, was born about 1020 in Grandison, Lake Neufchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland and died in 1086, about age 66.

Adelbert married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

664805120       i.  Falko De Grandison (born about 1047 La Sarraz, Waadt, Helvetia, Switzerland - died in 1114)


1329610242. Hildouin IV Count Of Montdidier Sire De Rameru 109,110, son of Hildouin III Count Of Montdidier and Lesseline, was born about 1010 in Montdidier, Picardy, France and died about 1063, about age 53 111.

Hildouin married Alix De Roucy 110 in 1031 112.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Ebles II Count De Roucy (born about 1044 Roucy, Aisne, France - died in 1104)
               ii.  Adela De Montdidier (born about 1045 Guise, Aisne, France - died about 1068)
              iii.  Margaret De Roucy (born in 1045 Montdidier, Somme, France - died in 1110 in Clermont, Beauvais, Oise, France)
664805121      iv.  Adelheid De Roucy (born about 1049 Roucy, Aisne, France)
                v.  Ada De Montdidier (born about 1050 Montdidier, Picardy, France)
               vi.  Beatrice De Montdidier (born about 1051 Montdidier, Picardy, France)
              vii.  Andre De Montdidier Seigneur De Ramerupt (born about 1053 Ramerupt, Aube, Champagne, France)
             viii.  Felice Of Montdidier (born about 1055 Montdidier, Picardy, France - died on 24 Apr 1086)


1329610243. Alix De Roucy 110, daughter of Ebles I Count Of Rheims and De Roucy and Beatrix Of Hainault, was born about 1014 in Roucy, Aisne, France and died in 1062, about age 48 113.

Alix married Hildouin IV Count Of Montdidier Sire De Rameru 109,110 in 1031 112.


1329610274. Berthold Count In Burgundy , was born about 960 in Bourgogne, France.

Berthold married Matilda Of Burgundy 114.

Children from this marriage were:

664805137       i.  Bertha Of Burgundy (born in 987 Bourgogne, France)


1329610275. Matilda Of Burgundy 114, daughter of Conrad I King Of Burgundy and Matilda Princess Of France, was born about 966 in Bourgogne, France died on 25 May 1008, about age 42, and was buried in Married Unknown Count 114.

Matilda married Berthold Count In Burgundy.


1329610304. Ulrich De Fenes , was born about 1015 in Switzerland.

Ulrich married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

664805152       i.  Rudolph De Fenes (born about 1045 Switzerland)


1329610336. Liutold Von Achelm , son of Hunroch IV Di Friuli and Unknown, was born about 924 in Germany.

Liutold married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

664805168       i.  Egon I Von Dettingen (born about 985 Germany - died in 1055)


1329610344. Arnulf Graf Von Diessen , son of Friedrich II Count Of Diessen and Irmgarde Of Gilching, was born about 1031 in Diessen, Germany and died before 1098.

Arnulf married Adelheid Von Sulzbach.

Children from this marriage were:

664805172       i.  Gebhard I Graf Von Diessen (born about 1071 Diessen, Germany - died on 3 Oct 1102)


1329610345. Adelheid Von Sulzbach , daughter of Gebhard I Count Von Sulzbach and Miss Von Nordgau, was born about 1052 in Sulzbach, Germany and died after 1071.

Adelheid married Arnulf Graf Von Diessen.


1329610346. Engelbert I Von Spondheim Count Lavanthal 106, son of Siegfrid Count Von Spondheim and Richardis Heiress Of Lavent, was born about 1030 in Spondheim, Rheinland, Germany and died on 1 Apr 1096, about age 66.

Engelbert married Hedwig Von Eppenstein. Hedwig was born in 1047 in Karnten, Austria.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Engelbert II Duke Of Carinthia (born about 1075 Karnten, Austria - died on 13 Apr 1141)

Engelbert next married Hedwig Von Flinsbach 106.

Children from this marriage were:

664805173       i.  Richilda Von Spondheim (born about 1071 Spondheim, Rheinland, Germany - died on 11 Apr 1130)


1329610347. Hedwig Von Flinsbach 106, daughter of Bernard Von Flinsbach and Cecilia, was born about 1040 in Flinsbach, Germany and died after 1100.

Hedwig married Engelbert I Von Spondheim Count Lavanthal 106.


1329610348. Heinrich II Von Quinzigau Graf Von Formbach , son of Thiemo II Count Of Quinziggau and Unknown, was born about 1040 in Quinzigau, Germany and died after 1108 in Formbach, Germany.

Heinrich married Adelheid Von Formbach about 1058.

Children from this marriage were:

664805174       i.  Dietrich II Graf Von Formbach (born about 1060 Formbach, Germany - died on 29 Nov 1144)


1329610349. Adelheid Von Formbach , daughter of Frederick Von Formbach Count Of Formbach and Gertrude Of Saxony, was born about 1045 in Formbach, Germany.

Adelheid married Heinrich II Von Quinzigau Graf Von Formbach about 1058.


1329610350. Leopold II "The Fair" Margrave Of Austria 106,115, son of Ernst "The Valiant" Margrave Of Austria and Adelheld Margravine Of Ostmark, was born in 1055 in Tulin, Niederosterreich, Austria died on 12 Oct 1096, at age 41, and was buried in Crusader 1101.

Noted events in his life were:

• Ruled: 1075-1102.

Leopold married Ida Von Cham 106.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Elizabeth Of Austria (born about 1081 Austria)
664805175      ii.  Adelheid Von Babenberg (born about 1082 Babenberg, Germany - died about 1120)
              iii.  Leopold III "Saint" Margrave Of Austria (born in 1084 Klosterneuberg, Niederostereich, Austria - died on 15 Nov 1136 in Abbey, Klosterneuberg, Niederostereich, Austria)


1329610351. Ida Von Cham 106, daughter of Rapoto IV Count Of Cham and Mathilde Of Kastl, was born about 1063 in Cham, Oberpfaiz, Bavaria died after 1101, and was buried in Captive 1101 Of Sultan Kilidj Arslan & Put In Harem.

Ida married Leopold II "The Fair" Margrave Of Austria 106,115.


1329610352. Berthold I Von Villingau Duke Of Zahringen , son of Berthold III Von Villingau Graf Von Ortengen and Luitgard Von Habsburg, was born about 992 in Zahringen, Germany and died on 6 Nov 1078, about age 86.

Berthold married Beatrice De Montbeliard in 1056.

Children from this marriage were:

664805176       i.  Berthold II Von Zahringen (born about 1057 Germany - died on 12 Apr 1111)


1329610353. Beatrice De Montbeliard , daughter of Louis II Comte De Montbeliard and Sophia Countess De Bar-Le-Duc, was born in 1038 in Mousson, Bas Alsace, France and died on 26 Oct 1092, at age 54.

Beatrice married Berthold I Von Villingau Duke Of Zahringen in 1056.


1329610354. Rudolph Von Rheinfelden Duke Of Swabia 106, son of Kuno Count Of Rheinfelden and Unknown, was born about 1030 in Rheinfelden, Swabia, Germany and died on 15 Oct 1080, about age 50.

Rudolph married Maud Von Franken about 1059.

Children from this marriage were:

664805177       i.  Agnes Von Rheinfelden (born on 12 May 1060 Rheinfelden, Germany - died on 19 Dec 1111)

Rudolph next married Adelaide Of Maurienne 106, about 1063. Adelaide was born about 1040 in Maurienne, Savoy, France.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Adelaide Of Rheinfelden (born about 1065 Rheinfelden, Swabia, Germany - died in 1092)


1329610355. Maud Von Franken , daughter of Henry III "The Black" Holy Roman Emperor and Agnes D' Aquitaine, was born about 1044 in Franken, Germany and died on 12 May 1060, about age 16.

Maud married Rudolph Von Rheinfelden Duke Of Swabia 106 about 1059.


1329610356. Albert III Count Of Namur 116, son of Albert II Count Of Namur and Regilinde Of Lower Lorraine, was born about 1030 in Namur, Belgium 116 and died on 22 Jun 1102, about age 72 116.

Albert married Ida Billung Of Saxony 116 about 1067 116.

Children from this marriage were:

664805178       i.  Godfrey Count Of Namur (born in 1067 Namur, France - died on 19 Aug 1139 in Abbey Of Florette, France)
               ii.  Adelaide Of Namur (born in 1068 Oizy, Namur, Belgium - died in 1124)
              iii.  Henry I Comte De La Roche (born about 1080 Oizy, Namur, Belgium - died in 1137)


1329610357. Ida Billung Of Saxony 116, daughter of Bernard II Duke Of Saxony and Elicia Von Schweinfurt, was born about 1035 in Saxony, Germany and died on 31 Jul 1102, about age 67 116. Another name for Ida was Ida Billung.

Ida married Frederick II Count Of Luxembourg 116. Frederick was born in 1006 in Luxembourg, died on 28 Aug 1065, at age 59 116, and was buried in Duke Of Lower Lotharingia 116.

Ida next married Albert III Count Of Namur 116 about 1067 116.


1329610358. Conrad I Count Of Luxembourg 106,107, son of Giselbert I Count Of Salm Longwy and Luxembourg and Unknown, was born about 1030 of Trier, Rhineland, Germany and died on 8 Aug 1086, about age 56 107.

Conrad married Clemence De Poitou 106 in 1st Husband.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Mathilde Of Luxembourg (born about 1065 Luxemburg)
664805179      ii.  Ermisende Of Luxembourg (born about 1082 Trier, Rhineland, Germany - died on 24 Jun 1143)


1329610359. Clemence De Poitou 106, daughter of William V Count Of Poitou and Ermesinde De Longwy, was born about 1048 in Poitou, France and died after 1129 in Wassenburg, Rheinland, Prussia.

Clemence married Conrad I Count Of Luxembourg 106,107 in 1st Husband.

Clemence next married Gerard I De Wassenburg Count Of Guelders 117, after 1086 in 2ND Husband. Gerard was born about 1053 in Guelders, Holland, died after 1138, and was buried in 1085-Built Wassenburg Castle Between Rhine & Meuse.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Gerard II Count Of Guelders (born about 1087 Guelders, Holland - buried in Donated A Chapel At Ellekom To The Church At Zutphen)
               ii.  Yolande Von Wassenberg Of Guelders (born in 1089 Wassenberg, Rheinland, Prussia)
              iii.  Judith Of Guelders (born about 1093 Wassenberg, Rheinland, Prussia - died on 26 Jun 1151 in Limburg, Belgium)


1329610360. Adalbero Von Frohburg , was born about 1025 in Frohburg, Germany.

Adalbero married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

664805180       i.  Volmar Von Frohburg (born about 1050 Frohburg, Germany - died about 1080)


1329610362. Louis II Comte De Montbeliard 118, son of Richwin Comte De Scarpone and Hildegarde Von Egisheim, was born in 1019 in Mousson, Bar Alsace, France and died after 1073 118. Another name for Louis was Louis Comte De Mousson.

Louis married Sophia Countess De Bar-Le-Duc 118 about 1027 119.

Children from this marriage were:

1329610353       i.  Beatrice De Montbeliard (born in 1038 Mousson, Bas Alsace, France - died on 26 Oct 1092)
               ii.  Thierry II Count De Montbeliard Bar-Le-Duc (born in 1045 Montbelliard, Doubs, Franche-Comte, France - died on 2 Jan 1104-1105 in Bar-Le-Duc, Meuse, Argonne, Lorraine, France)
664805181     iii.  Sophia De Mousson (born about 1050 Mousson, Bas Alsace, France)


1329610363. Sophia Countess De Bar-Le-Duc 118, daughter of Frederic II Duke Of Haute Lorraine and Mathilde Of Swabia, was born in 1019 in Upper Lorraine, France and died in 1092, at age 73 118.

General Notes:
Sources:
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Sophia married Louis II Comte De Montbeliard 118 about 1027 119.



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2659217920. Geoffroy I Ferreol Count Of Gastinois , was born about 970 in Of, , Gastinois, France and died in 1000, about age 30.

Geoffroy married Beatrice De Macon before 999 in , , , France.

Children from this marriage were:

1329608960       i.  Geoffroy II Ferreol Count Of Gastinois (born about 1000 Of, Chateau Landon, Seine-Et-Marne, France - died on 1 Apr 1046 in , , Anjou, France)


2659217921. Beatrice De Macon , was born about 974 in Of, Macon, , France.

Beatrice married Geoffroy I Ferreol Count Of Gastinois before 999 in , , , France.


2659217922. Foulques Le Noir Count Of Anjou III 104, was born on 21 Jun 967 in Of, , Anjou, France and died in Anjou, France. Ancestral File Number: 9GB6-C1.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9GB6-C1

Foulques married Hildegarde Countess Of Anjou in 1000 in Anjou, France.

Children from this marriage were:

1329608961       i.  Ermengarde, Countess Of Anjou Countess Of Gastinois (born in 1018 Of, , Anjou, France - died on 21 Mar 1076 in , , Anjou, France)
               ii.  Elizabeth D' Anjou (born about 1002 Of, , Anjou, France)
              iii.  Geoffroy II Martel Count Of Anjou (born on 13 Oct 1006 Of, , Anjou, France - died on 14 Nov 1061 in Angers Abbey, Angers, Anjou, France)

Foulques next married Elizabeth De Vendome, before 989 in France.


2659217923. Hildegarde Countess Of Anjou 104, was born about 964 in Of, , Anjou, France and died on 1 Apr 1046 in , Jerusalem, Palastein, about age 82. Ancestral File Number: 9GB6-D6.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9GB6-D6

Hildegarde married Foulques Le Noir Count Of Anjou III in 1000 in Anjou, France.


2659217924. Amauri (Amaury), Seigneur De Montfort 104, was born about 1000 in Of, Evreux, Normandy, France and died after 4 Feb 1031. Ancestral File Number: 9HMR-GV.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9HMR-GV

Amauri married Bertrade De Gometz about 1022 in Of, , Ile DE France, France.

Children from this marriage were:

1329608962       i.  Simon I Of Montfort Lord Of (born about 1025 Of, Montfort Amaury, Ile DE France, France - died in 1087 , buried in , Epernon, Normandy, France)
               ii.  Mainer De Montfort (born about 1027 , Montfort Amaury, Ile DE France, France)
              iii.  Eve De Montfort (born about 1023 , Montfort Amaury, Ile DE France, France)
               iv.  Amaury De Montfort (born about 1029 Of, , Normandy, France)


2659217925. Bertrade De Gometz 104, was born about 1001 in Of, , Ile DE France, France. Ancestral File Number: 9HMR-H2.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9HMR-H2

Bertrade married Amauri (Amaury), Seigneur De Montfort about 1022 in Of, , Ile DE France, France.


2659217926. Richard, D' Evreux Count Of Evreux 104, was born about 986 in Rouen, Normandie and died in 1067 in Normandie, about age 81. Ancestral File Number: 9HMR-LK.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9HMR-LK

Richard, married Adaele De Toni Countess Of Evreux before 1030.

Children from this marriage were:

1329608963       i.  Agnaes D' Evreux (born about 1030 Of, Evreux, Normandie)
               ii.  Guillaume D' Evreux (born about 1032 , Normandie)


2659217927. Adaele De Toni Countess Of Evreux 104, was born about 1004 in , Normandie. Ancestral File Number: 9HMR-MQ.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9HMR-MQ

Adaele married Richard, D' Evreux Count Of Evreux before 1030.


2659217952. William De Warren 42, was born about 950 in , , Normandy, France. Ancestral File Number: FLGX-GD.

William married Miss De Torta.

Children from this marriage were:

1329608976       i.  Ralph De Warren (born about 998 , , , France)


2659217953. Miss De Torta 42, was born about 960 of France. Ancestral File Number: FLGX-HK.

Miss married William De Warren.


2659217958. Baudouin Flanders V Count Of Flanders 42,104, son of Baudouin IV Le Barbu, Count Of Flandres and Otgive De Luxembourg, was born about 1012 in Flandres died on 1 Sep 1067 in Lille, Duchy Of Lower, about age 55, and was buried in Lille, Duchy Of Lower. Ancestral File Number: 8XJK-Z6.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 8XJK-Z6

Baudouin married Adaele (Alix) Princess Of France about 1028 in , Paris, Seine, France.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Baudouin VI (I) Count Of Flanders And Hainault (born in 1030 , , Flandres - died on 17 Jul 1070 , buried in Abbaye DE Hasnon)
1329608979      ii.  Matilda Countess Of Flanders Queen Of England (born about 1031 Of, , Flandres - died on 2 Nov 1083 in , Caen, Normandie)
              iii.  Robrecht I De Fries Count Of Flanders (born about 1033 Of, , Flandres, Belgium - died on 13 Oct 1093 in Kassel, , , Germany)
               iv.  Henry Count Of Flanders (born about 1035 Flandres)


2659217959. Adaele (Alix) Princess Of France 42,104, daughter of Robert II The Pious France King Of France and Constance De Toulouse Queen Of France, was born in 1003 in , , , France died on 8 Jan 1079 in Monastaere DE L'ordre DE St. Benoist, Messines, , France, at age 76, and was buried in Monastaere DE L'ordre DE St. Benoist, Messines, , France. Ancestral File Number: 9HMQ-FK.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9HMQ-FK

Adaele married Baudouin Flanders V Count Of Flanders about 1028 in , Paris, Seine, France.

Adaele next married Richard III De Normandie Duke Of Normandy, in Jan 1026-1027 in Contract, Not Married. Richard was born about 1001 in , Normandie and died on 6 Aug 1028, about age 27.


2659220480. Adelbert II De Grandison , was born about 1000 in Grandison, Lake Neufchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland and died about 1059, about age 59.

Adelbert married Dietberga.

Children from this marriage were:

1329610240       i.  Adelbert III De Grandison (born about 1020 Grandison, Lake Neufchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland - died in 1086)


2659220481. Dietberga , was born about 1000 in Grandison, Lake Neufchatel, Helvetia, Switzerland.

Dietberga married Adelbert II De Grandison.


2659220484. Hildouin III Count Of Montdidier , was born about 990 in Montdidier, Somme, France.

Hildouin married Lesseline.

Children from this marriage were:

1329610242       i.  Hildouin IV Count Of Montdidier Sire De Rameru (born about 1010 Montdidier, Picardy, France - died about 1063)


2659220485. Lesseline , was born wFT Est 995.

Lesseline married Hildouin III Count Of Montdidier.


2659220486. Ebles I Count Of Rheims and De Roucy 120, was born in 988 in Roucy, Aisne, France died on 11 May 1033, at age 45 121, and was buried in Archbishop Of Rheims 121.

Ebles married Beatrix Of Hainault 120.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Avise De Roucy (born wFT Est 1010 Roucy, Aisne, France)
1329610243      ii.  Alix De Roucy (born about 1014 Roucy, Aisne, France - died in 1062)


2659220487. Beatrix Of Hainault 120, was born in 992 in Hainault, France and died after 1035.

Beatrix married Ebles I Count Of Rheims and De Roucy 120.


2659220550. Conrad I King Of Burgundy 122, was born in 925 in Arles, Bouches-Du-Rhone, France and died on 19 Oct 993, at age 68 122.

Conrad married Matilda Princess Of France 122 on 10 Aug 964 122.

Children from this marriage were:

1329610275       i.  Matilda Of Burgundy (born about 966 Bourgogne, France - died on 25 May 1008 , buried in Married Unknown Count)


2659220551. Matilda Princess Of France 122, was born about 943 in Laon, Aisne, France 122 and died on 26 Nov 991, about age 48 122.

Matilda married Conrad I King Of Burgundy 122 on 10 Aug 964 122.


2659220672. Hunroch IV Di Friuli , was born about 867 in Friuli, Italy and died in 924, about age 57.

Hunroch married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

1329610336       i.  Liutold Von Achelm (born about 924 Germany)


2659220688. Friedrich II Count Of Diessen , was born about 1003 in Diessen, Oberbayern, Bavaria.

Friedrich married Irmgarde Of Gilching about 1019.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Haziga Von Diessen (born about 1028 Diessen, Oberbayern, Bavaria - died on 17 Oct 1100)
1329610344      ii.  Arnulf Graf Von Diessen (born about 1031 Diessen, Germany - died before 1098)


2659220689. Irmgarde Of Gilching , was born in 1003 in Gilching, Germany.

Irmgarde married Friedrich II Count Of Diessen about 1019.


2659220690. Gebhard I Count Von Sulzbach , was born about 1030 in Sulzbach, Germany and died in 1080, about age 50.

Gebhard married Miss Von Nordgau.

Children from this marriage were:

1329610345       i.  Adelheid Von Sulzbach (born about 1052 Sulzbach, Germany - died after 1071)
               ii.  Gebhard II Count Von Sulzbach (born in 1058 Sulzbach, Germany - died in 1085 , buried in Built Castle Of Sulzbach Near Bamburg In Bavaria)


2659220691. Miss Von Nordgau , was born about 1035 in Bavaria, Germany.

Miss married Gebhard I Count Von Sulzbach.


2659220692. Siegfrid Count Von Spondheim 106, was born about 1000 in Spondheim, Rhineland, Germany and died on 5 Jul 1065 in Bulgaria On Pilgrimage To Jerusalem, about age 65.

Siegfrid married Richardis Heiress Of Lavent 106.

Children from this marriage were:

1329610346       i.  Engelbert I Von Spondheim Count Lavanthal (born about 1030 Spondheim, Rheinland, Germany - died on 1 Apr 1096)


2659220693. Richardis Heiress Of Lavent 106, was born about 1000 in Levant, Germany and died after 9 Jul 1064.

Richardis married Siegfrid Count Von Spondheim 106.


2659220694. Bernard Von Flinsbach , was born about 1010 in Flinsbach, Germany.

Bernard married Cecilia.

Children from this marriage were:

1329610347       i.  Hedwig Von Flinsbach (born about 1040 Flinsbach, Germany - died after 1100)


2659220695. Cecilia , was born about 1020 in Germany.

Cecilia married Bernard Von Flinsbach.


2659220696. Thiemo II Count Of Quinziggau 106, was born in 1015 in Austria and died in 1064, at age 49.

Thiemo married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

1329610348       i.  Heinrich II Von Quinzigau Graf Von Formbach (born about 1040 Quinzigau, Germany - died after 1108 in Formbach, Germany)
               ii.  Ekbert I Count Of Quinziggau (born about 1050 Austria - died in 1109)


2659220698. Frederick Von Formbach Count Of Formbach 106, was born in 1024 in Formbach, Germany and died in 1059 in Slain, at age 35.

Frederick married Gertrude Of Saxony 106.

Children from this marriage were:

1329610349       i.  Adelheid Von Formbach (born about 1045 Formbach, Germany)
               ii.  Hedwig Von Formbach (born in 1050 Formbach, Germany - died about 1088)


2659220699. Gertrude Of Saxony 106, was born about 1025 in Schwaben, Bavaria.

Gertrude married Frederick Von Formbach Count Of Formbach 106.


2659220700. Ernst "The Valiant" Margrave Of Austria 115, was born in 1024 in Tulin, Niederosterreich, Austria and died on 9 Jun 1075, at age 51.

Ernst married Adelheld Margravine Of Ostmark about 1054 in Meissen, Dresden, Saxony, Germany.

Children from this marriage were:

1329610350       i.  Leopold II "The Fair" Margrave Of Austria (born in 1055 Tulin, Niederosterreich, Austria - died on 12 Oct 1096 , buried in Crusader 1101)


2659220701. Adelheld Margravine Of Ostmark , was born in 1041 in Meissen, Dresden, Saxony, Germany and died in 1071, at age 30.

Adelheld married Ernst "The Valiant" Margrave Of Austria 115 about 1054 in Meissen, Dresden, Saxony, Germany.


2659220702. Rapoto IV Count Of Cham 106, was born in 1034 in Cham, Oberpfaiz, Bavaria and died in 1074, at age 40.

Rapoto married Mathilde Of Kastl.

Children from this marriage were:

1329610351       i.  Ida Von Cham (born about 1063 Cham, Oberpfaiz, Bavaria - died after 1101 , buried in Captive 1101 Of Sultan Kilidj Arslan & Put In Harem)


2659220703. Mathilde Of Kastl , daughter of Unknown and Haziga Von Diessen, was born about 1047 in Kastl, Oberpfaiz, Bavaria.

Mathilde married Rapoto IV Count Of Cham 106.


2659220704. Berthold III Von Villingau Graf Von Ortengen , was born about 947 in Vilingau, Germany and died on 15 Jul 1024, about age 77.

Berthold married Luitgard Von Habsburg about 986.

Children from this marriage were:

1329610352       i.  Berthold I Von Villingau Duke Of Zahringen (born about 992 Zahringen, Germany - died on 6 Nov 1078)


2659220705. Luitgard Von Habsburg , was born about 960.

Luitgard married Berthold III Von Villingau Graf Von Ortengen about 986.


2659220706. Louis II Comte De Montbeliard 118, son of Richwin Comte De Scarpone and Hildegarde Von Egisheim, was born in 1019 in Mousson, Bar Alsace, France and died after 1073 118. Another name for Louis was Louis Comte De Mousson.

Louis married Sophia Countess De Bar-Le-Duc 118 about 1027 119.


2659220707. Sophia Countess De Bar-Le-Duc 118, daughter of Frederic II Duke Of Haute Lorraine and Mathilde Of Swabia, was born in 1019 in Upper Lorraine, France and died in 1092, at age 73 118.

General Notes:
Sources:
Title: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th Edition, by Frederick Lewis Weis, additions by Walter Lee Shippard Jr., 1999
Page: 144-23
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Entries: 21944 Updated: Thu Apr 18 14:45:17 2002 Contact: Jim Weber <mailto:jimweber@nwintl.com> <jimweber@nwintl.com>

Sophia married Louis II Comte De Montbeliard 118 about 1027 119.


2659220708. Kuno Count Of Rheinfelden 106, was born about 990 in Rheinfelden, Swabia, Germany.

Kuno married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

1329610354       i.  Rudolph Von Rheinfelden Duke Of Swabia (born about 1030 Rheinfelden, Swabia, Germany - died on 15 Oct 1080)


2659220710. Henry III "The Black" Holy Roman Emperor 123,124, was born on 28 Oct 1017 in Schwaben, Bavaria 123 and died on 5 Oct 1056 in Pfalz Bodfeld Near Goslar, Saxony, Germany, at age 38 123.

Noted events in his life were:

• Ruled: 1039-1056.

Henry married Gunhilda Princess Of England 123, in 1036 123. Gunhilda was born wFT Est 1022 and died in 1038, at age 16 123.

Henry next married Agnes D' Aquitaine 123,125 on 21 Nov 1043 123,124.

Children from this marriage were:

1329610355       i.  Maud Von Franken (born about 1044 Franken, Germany - died on 12 May 1060)
               ii.  Henry IV Holy Roman Emperor (born on 11 Nov 1050 Gostler, Brunswick, Germany - died on 7 Aug 1106 in Liege, Lorraine, Belgium)


2659220711. Agnes D' Aquitaine 123,125, was born in 1020 in Aquitaine, France and died on 4 Dec 1077, at age 57 124.

Agnes married Pietro De Maurienne Count Of Savoy 125. Pietro was born wFT Est 1038 in Maurienne, Rhone Alpes, France and died on 9 Aug 1078, at age 40.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Alicia De Maurienne (born about 1068 Savoy, Rhone Alpes, France)

Agnes next married Henry III "The Black" Holy Roman Emperor 123,124 on 21 Nov 1043 123,124.

Noted events in his life were:

• Ruled: 1039-1056.


2659220712. Albert II Count Of Namur 126, was born about 1000 of Namur, Belgium 126 and died in Jul 1064, about age 64 126.

Albert married Regilinde Of Lower Lorraine 126.

Children from this marriage were:

1329610356       i.  Albert III Count Of Namur (born about 1030 Namur, Belgium - died on 22 Jun 1102)


2659220713. Regilinde Of Lower Lorraine 126, was born about 994 in Lorraine, France and died about 1064, about age 70 126.

Regilinde married Albert II Count Of Namur 126.


2659220714. Bernard II Duke Of Saxony 127,128, was born in 995 in Saxony, Germany 127,129 and died on 29 Jun 1057, at age 62 129.

Bernard married Elicia Von Schweinfurt 106,129 about 1020 129.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Ordulph Duke Of Saxony (born about 1020 Saxony, Prussia - died on 28 Mar 1072)
               ii.  Gertrude Von Saxony (born about 1030 Saxony, Germany - died on 4 Aug 1113)
1329610357     iii.  Ida Billung Of Saxony (born about 1035 Saxony, Germany - died on 31 Jul 1102)


2659220715. Elicia Von Schweinfurt 106,129, was born in 1005 in Schwaben, Bavaria and died in 1059, at age 54.

Elicia married Bernard II Duke Of Saxony 127,128 about 1020 129.


2659220716. Giselbert I Count Of Salm Longwy and Luxembourg , was born about 1005 in Luxemburg and died on 14 Aug 1059, about age 54.

Giselbert married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

1329610358       i.  Conrad I Count Of Luxembourg (born about 1030 Of Trier, Rhineland, Germany - died on 8 Aug 1086)
               ii.  Hermann Count Of Salm and Luxembourg (born about 1045 Luxemburg - died on 28 Sep 1088 in Metz)


2659220718. William V Count Of Poitou 130, was born about 1023 in Poitou, France and died in 1048, about age 25.

William married Ermesinde De Longwy about 1047.

Children from this marriage were:

1329610359       i.  Clemence De Poitou (born about 1048 Poitou, France - died after 1129 in Wassenburg, Rheinland, Prussia)


2659220719. Ermesinde De Longwy , was born about 1033 in Longwy, Lorraine, France and died after 1058 in Poitou, France.

Ermesinde married William V Count Of Poitou 130 about 1047.


2659220724. Richwin Comte De Scarpone 119, was born about 995 in Mousson, Bar Alsace, France and died after 1028. Another name for Richwin was Richwin Comte De Mousson.

Richwin married Hildegarde Von Egisheim 119 about 1018.

Children from this marriage were:

1329610362       i.  Louis II Comte De Montbeliard (born in 1019 Mousson, Bar Alsace, France - died after 1073)


2659220725. Hildegarde Von Egisheim 119, was born about 1002 in Alsace, France.

Hildegarde married Richwin Comte De Scarpone 119 about 1018.


2659220726. Frederic II Duke Of Haute Lorraine 131, was born in 978 in Upper Lorraine, France and died after 1026 131.

Frederic married Mathilde Of Swabia 131 in 1013.

Children from this marriage were:

1329610363       i.  Sophia Countess De Bar-Le-Duc (born in 1019 Upper Lorraine, France - died in 1092)


2659220727. Mathilde Of Swabia 131, daughter of Unknown and Gerberga Princess Of Burgundy, was born about 995 in Swabia, Germany and died in 1033, about age 38. Another name for Mathilde was Mathilde Von Schwaben.

Mathilde married Frederic II Duke Of Haute Lorraine 131 in 1013.



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5318435916. Baudouin IV Le Barbu, Count Of Flandres 42,104, was born about 967-968 in Of, , Flandres, France and died on 30 May 1036-1039 in , , Flandres, France, about age 69. Ancestral File Number: 9R45-CV.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9R45-CV

Baudouin married Otgive De Luxembourg about 1004 in Of, , Flanders, France.

Children from this marriage were:

2659217958       i.  Baudouin Flanders V Count Of Flanders (born about 1012 Flandres - died on 1 Sep 1067 in Lille, Duchy Of Lower)
               ii.  Ermengarde De Flanders (born about 1005 Flanders, Belgium)

Baudouin next married Elιonore De Normandie Countess Of Flanders. Elιonore was born about 1009 in Normandie.


5318435917. Otgive De Luxembourg 42,104, daughter of Frederic I Count Of Luxembourg Count In Moselgau and Irmtrud Countess Of Gleiberg, was born about 986 of Flanders, France and died on 21 Feb 1030 in Flanders, France, about age 44. Ancestral File Number: FLHF-NG.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> FLHF-NG

Otgive married Baudouin IV Le Barbu, Count Of Flandres about 1004 in Of, , Flanders, France.


5318435918. Robert II The Pious France King Of France 42,104, son of Hugues "Capet" King Of France and Adbelahide Princess Of Aquitaine, was born on 27 Mar 972 in , Orlbeans, , France died on 20 Jul 1031 in , Melun, , France, at age 59, and was buried in St Denis, , France. Ancestral File Number: 8XJK-Q0.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 8XJK-Q0

Robert married Constance De Toulouse Queen Of France in 1000 in France.

Children from this marriage were:

2659217959       i.  Adaele (Alix) Princess Of France (born in 1003 , , , France - died on 8 Jan 1079 in Monastaere DE L'ordre DE St. Benoist, Messines, , France)
               ii.  Adιlaοde Havoise Princess Of France Countess Of Auxerre (born in 1009 Nevers, Bourgogne - died on 8 Jan 1079 in Nevers, Bourgogne)
              iii.  Robert Prince Of France I "The Old" Duke Of Burgundy (born about 1011 France - died on 21 Mar 1076 in Fleury-Sur-Ouche, France)
               iv.  Eudo (Odes) Prince Of France Bishop Of Auxerre (born in 1013 France - died in 1056)

Robert next married Bertha Princess De Bourgogne Queen Of France, before Apr 988 in France. Bertha was born about 967 in Bourgogne and died after 16 Jan 1016.

Robert next married Rosele (Susanna), Princess Of Italy Queen Of France, before 1 Apr 988. Rosele was born about 945 in Of, , , Luxembourg, died on 26 Jan 1003 in , Gent, Flandres, about age 58, and was buried in , Gent, Flandres.


5318435919. Constance De Toulouse Queen Of France 42,104, daughter of Guillaume III Taillefer Count Of Toulouse and Arsinde (Blanche) De Anjou Countess Of Toulouse, was born about 986 in Toulouse died on 25 Jul 1032 in Melun, Isle DE France, France, about age 46, and was buried in Abbaye DE St. Denis, St. Denis, Isle DE France, France. Ancestral File Number: 9G84-SR.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9G84-SR

Constance married Robert II The Pious France King Of France in 1000 in France.


5318441407. Haziga Von Diessen , daughter of Friedrich II Count Of Diessen and Irmgarde Of Gilching, was born about 1028 in Diessen, Oberbayern, Bavaria and died on 17 Oct 1100, about age 72.

Haziga married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

2659220703       i.  Mathilde Of Kastl (born about 1047 Kastl, Oberpfaiz, Bavaria)


5318441455. Gerberga Princess Of Burgundy 132, was born in 965 in Bourgogne, France 132 and died in 1016, at age 51 132.

Gerberga married (name unknown) in 988 132.

Children from this marriage were:

2659220727       i.  Mathilde Of Swabia (born about 995 Swabia, Germany - died in 1033)



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10636871834. Frederic I Count Of Luxembourg Count In Moselgau 42,104, son of Siegfried Count Of Luxembourg and Hedwig Countess Of Luxembourg, was born about 945 in Moselgau, France and died on 6 Oct 1019, about age 74. Ancestral File Number: 9HMS-G1.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9HMS-G1
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AD 480?-1210
Historical notes on Alsace
Alsace, one of my favourite places in France is bordered in the north by Germany, in the east by the river Rhine which is also the border with Germany, in the south by Switzerland and in the west by the Vosges mountains. Alsace is famous for its white wines, "choucrout" or "Sauerkraut" meals, and its picturesque old towns. From the ridge of the Vosges mountains, the ruins of many castles look down on the Rhine valley. These castles are a reminder that Alsace for many centuries has been in the middle of all conflicts between the "French" and the "Germans" up until the Second World War. In spite of its many outward signs showing Germany's cultural influence over the ages, the Alsace people themselves now seem to feel very much at home inside France. Since the end of the Second World War, the most important achievement has been that there is no place anymore for armed conflict between these two founding members of the European Union.
It took however a very long time to get there. Towards the beginning of the 5th century, the Roman Empire had started to collapse, culminating in the sacking of Rome by the Visigoths in 410. The Roman province of Gaul was also invaded by "barbarian" tribes who created their own kingdoms like that of the Visigoths in Aquitaine. In 451 a new threat appeared at Gaul's eastern border: a massive horde of Huns under their leader Attilla, reinforced by Ostrogoth warriors, and supported by the Vandals, had crossed the Rhine, meeting little resistance. They had no intention to settle peacefully. After destroying Strasbourg and other towns, they went on deeper into Gaul, seemingly unstoppable. The Hun army had laid siege to the fortified city of Orleans, when they were unexpectedly confronted by a large army under Flavius Aetius, "the last of the Romans", who had succeeded to form a military alliance with the Visigoths, the Burgundians, the Franks and other local Christian tribes who saw the pagan Huns and their supporters as their greatest common enemies. The two armies moved into position on the Catalaunian Plains and then fought late Antiquity's greatest battle (the "battle of Chβlons"), which may have cost over two hundred thousand lives. Although Aetius' army took heavy losses, the Huns were beaten and were driven out of Gaul, never to return again.
After the Huns' retreat, the Alamanni, a pagan Germanic tribe took control of Alsace. In 496 they were however defeated by the Franks at Tolbiac. In 640, the whole of Alsace became a Duchy as part of the Kingdom of Austrasia under the Merovingian Frankish dynasty. The "Etichonids" family (after Eticho, also Athic, Adalric) became Dukes of Alsace in 662. About 750 AD, at the start of the Karolingian Frankish dynasty, the Duchy of Alsace was divided into two Counties, the Nordgau (the northern part) and the Sudgau (the southern part, later called Sundgau). During the period of disintegration of Charlemagnes's Empire in the 9th and 10th centuries, Alsace became part of the Kingdom of Lorraine <home3lorrn.html>, which also disintegrated. In 925 Lorraine was added to the German Empire, of which it formally remained a part until 1648.
The large family-group which is here called "Etichonids of Alsace" for convenience consists of people who were known by many different names. It has proved to be a rather difficult subject to research. The various Internet sources <home3int.html> I found so far sometimes give contradictory information on dates of birth and death, and sometimes even on who was a child of whom. Ansbertus (of the Scheldt?) was the son of Tonantius Ferreolus (junior) and of a woman called Deuteria according to most sources I have seen. Some state that Tonantius was a Roman commander in the battle of Chβlons in 451, but this seems impossible when his son Ansbertus is supposed to have been born in 506, let alone in 523, as stated by some. Beyond Ansbertus' father the sources contradict one another. His paternal grandfather was either Tonantius Ferreolus (senior), or Sigimerus I (a grandson of the Frankish King Pharamond), who married a daughter (name unknown) of a Roman senator called Tonantius Ferreolus (a brother-in-law of Emperor Avitus).
Also, I do not yet know if and how Aelis of Alsace, the first wife of Robert I, Count of Paris <home3capet.html>, Duke of Francia, King of France, who probably also belonged to this family, fits into the picture. Perhaps these puzzles will be solved after studying more sources.
Genealogical data

Frederic married Irmtrud Countess Of Gleiberg after 985 in Lorraine, Inferie, France.

Children from this marriage were:

5318435917       i.  Otgive De Luxembourg (born about 986 Of Flanders, France - died on 21 Feb 1030 in Flanders, France)
               ii.  Otgina Unknown (born about 988 Limburg, Limburg, Belgium)
              iii.  Irmtrud Countess Of Luxemburg (born in 990 Limburg, Limburg, Belgium - died in 1055)
               iv.  Jutta Countess Of Luxembourg (born in Limburg, Limburg, Belgium - died after 21 Aug 1057)

Frederic next married Ermentrude, Countess Of Luxembourg.


10636871835. Irmtrud Countess Of Gleiberg 42,104, daughter of Heribert Count In Kinziggau Count Of Gleiberg and Irmintrud Countess Of Avalgau, was born about 948 in Gleiberg, Germany. Ancestral File Number: HRCM-KR.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> HRCM-KR

Irmtrud married Frederic I Count Of Luxembourg Count In Moselgau after 985 in Lorraine, Inferie, France.


10636871836. Hugues "Capet" King Of France 42,104, was born about 939 in Paris, Isle DE France died on 24 Oct 996 in Paris, Isle DE France, about age 57, and was buried in Abbaye DE St. Denis, St. Denis, Isle DE France, France. Ancestral File Number: 9G85-M2.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9G85-M2

Hugues married Adbelahide Princess Of Aquitaine in 968.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Adwige (Avoise), Princess Of France (born about 969 , , , France - died after 1013)
               ii.  Gisθle Princess Of France (born about 970 Bourgogne, Champagne, France)
5318435918     iii.  Robert II The Pious France King Of France (born on 27 Mar 972 , Orlbeans, , France - died on 20 Jul 1031 in , Melun, , France)
               iv.  Alice Princess Of France (born about 973 , , , France - died in 1079)

Hugues next married Mrs-Hugh "Capet", Concubine Of France.


10636871837. Adbelahide Princess Of Aquitaine 104, was born about 952 in Germany and died in 1004, about age 52. Ancestral File Number: 9G85-RQ.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9G85-RQ

Adbelahide married Hugues "Capet" King Of France in 968.


10636871838. Guillaume III Taillefer Count Of Toulouse 104, son of Raimond III Count Of Toulouse and Garsinde Countess Of Toulouse, was born about 947 in Toulouse, France and died in Sep 1037, about age 90. Ancestral File Number: 9HM9-XC.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9HM9-XC

Guillaume married Arsinde (Blanche) De Anjou Countess Of Toulouse about 973 in France.

Children from this marriage were:

5318435919       i.  Constance De Toulouse Queen Of France (born about 986 Toulouse - died on 25 Jul 1032 in Melun, Isle DE France, France)

Guillaume next married Emma Venaissin Countess Of Provence. Emma was born about 949 in Toulouse, France.


10636871839. Arsinde (Blanche) De Anjou Countess Of Toulouse 104, daughter of Foulques II "Le Bon" Count Of Anjou and Gerberge Du Maine Countess Of Anjou, was born about 945 in Anjou, France. Ancestral File Number: 9HPS-ZS.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9HPS-ZS

Arsinde married Guillaume III Taillefer Count Of Toulouse about 973 in France.


10636882814. Friedrich II Count Of Diessen , was born about 1003 in Diessen, Oberbayern, Bavaria.

Friedrich married Irmgarde Of Gilching about 1019.


10636882815. Irmgarde Of Gilching , was born in 1003 in Gilching, Germany.

Irmgarde married Friedrich II Count Of Diessen about 1019.



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21273743668. Siegfried Count Of Luxembourg 104, was born about 918 in Luxembourg and died on 28 Oct 998, about age 80. Ancestral File Number: FD66-XJ.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> FD66-XJ

Siegfried married Hedwig Countess Of Luxembourg.

Children from this marriage were:

10636871834       i.  Frederic I Count Of Luxembourg Count In Moselgau (born about 945 Moselgau, France - died on 6 Oct 1019)
               ii.  Liutgard Countess Of Luxembourg (born about 963 Bruxelles, Brabant, Belgium - died after 14 May 995)
              iii.  Eva Countess Of Luxembourg Countess Of Lower Alsace (born about 967 Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
               iv.  Kunigunde Countess Of Luxembourg (born about 970 Luxembourg - died on 3 Mar 1032)


21273743669. Hedwig Countess Of Luxembourg 104, was born about 923 in Luxembourg. Ancestral File Number: FD66-ZP.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> FD66-ZP

Hedwig married Siegfried Count Of Luxembourg.


21273743670. Heribert Count In Kinziggau Count Of Gleiberg 42,104, son of Udo Count Of The Wetterau and Miss De Vermandois Countess Of Wetterau, was born about 914 in Kinzig, Hessen, Germany and died in 992, about age 78. Ancestral File Number: WRQG-5K.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> WRQG-5K

Heribert married Irmintrud Countess Of Avalgau.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Udo Von Hammerstein (born about 940 Hammerstein, (Now Czarne), Koszalin, Poland - died on 5 Jun 1036)
               ii.  Gebhard Count Of Gleiberg (born about 944 Gleiberg, Germany - died in 1016)
              iii.  Gerberge Countess Of Gleiberg Margravine Of Schweinfurt (born about 950 Gleiberg, Germany)
10636871835      iv.  Irmtrud Countess Of Gleiberg (born about 948 Gleiberg, Germany)


21273743671. Irmintrud Countess Of Avalgau 42,104, daughter of Megingoz Count Of Avalgau and Unknown, was born about 918 in Avalgau, Germany. Ancestral File Number: WRQG-6Q.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> WRQG-6Q

Irmintrud married Heribert Count In Kinziggau Count Of Gleiberg.


21273743676. Raimond III Count Of Toulouse 104, was born about 921 in Toulouse, Haute-Garonne, France. Ancestral File Number: 9HMG-1D.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 18KH-QTC

Raimond married Garsinde Countess Of Toulouse about 946 in France.

Children from this marriage were:

10636871838       i.  Guillaume III Taillefer Count Of Toulouse (born about 947 Toulouse, France - died in Sep 1037)


21273743677. Garsinde Countess Of Toulouse 104, was born about 926 in Toulouse, Haute-Garonne, France. Ancestral File Number: 9HMG-2K.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 18KH-QVK

Garsinde married Raimond III Count Of Toulouse about 946 in France.


21273743678. Foulques II "Le Bon" Count Of Anjou 104, was born about 909 in Anjou, France and died on 11 Nov 958 in Tours, France, about age 49. Ancestral File Number: 9HM8-MN.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9HM8-MN

Foulques married Gerberge Du Maine Countess Of Anjou.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Guy D' Anjou Bishop Of Puy (born about 932 Anjou, France)
               ii.  Drogon Puy (born about 934 Anjou, France - died about 934)
              iii.  Aelips De Anjou (born about 936 Anjou, France)
               iv.  Adelaide De Anjou Countess Of Gevaudan (born about 938 Anjou, France)
                v.  Bouchard IV Count Of Vendome "The Old" (born about 943 Vendome, Anjou, France - died in 1012)
10636871839      vi.  Arsinde (Blanche) De Anjou Countess Of Toulouse (born about 945 Anjou, France)
              vii.  Geoffroy I "Grisegonnelle" Count Of Anjou (born about 950 Anjou, France - died on 21 Jul 987)


21273743679. Gerberge Du Maine Countess Of Anjou 104, was born about 913 in Maine, France and died about 952, about age 39. Ancestral File Number: 9HM8-NT.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9HM8-NT

Gerberge married Foulques II "Le Bon" Count Of Anjou.



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42547487340. Udo Count Of The Wetterau 42,104, son of Gebhard Count Of The Wetterau Duke Of Lorraine and Unknown, was born about 880 in Schwaben, Bavaria and died on 2 Dec 949, about age 69. Ancestral File Number: 9G82-SH.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9G82-SH

Udo married Miss De Vermandois Countess Of Wetterau.

Children from this marriage were:

                i.  Konrad Count In The Rheingau Duke Of Swabia (born about 910 Schwaben, Bavaria - died on 20 Aug 997)
               ii.  Gebhard Count Of The Wetterau (born about 912 Schwaben, Bavaria - died in 938)
21273743670     iii.  Heribert Count In Kinziggau Count Of Gleiberg (born about 914 Kinzig, Hessen, Germany - died in 992)
               iv.  Udo Count Of The Wetterau (born about 916 Wetterau, Germany - died on 15 Jul 982 in Killed)


42547487341. Miss De Vermandois Countess Of Wetterau 42,104, daughter of Herbert I Count Of Vermandois and Miss Princess Of France Countess Of Vermandois, was born about 882 in Of, Vermandois, Neustria and died on 12 Dec 949, about age 67. Ancestral File Number: 9G82-TN.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9G82-TN

De married Udo Count Of The Wetterau.


42547487342. Megingoz Count Of Avalgau 42,104, was born about 888 in Avalgau, Germany. Ancestral File Number: WRQG-7W.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> WRQG-7W

Megingoz married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

21273743671       i.  Irmintrud Countess Of Avalgau (born about 918 Avalgau, Germany)



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85094974680. Gebhard Count Of The Wetterau Duke Of Lorraine 42,104, son of Gebhard Count Of Lower Lahngau and Unknown, was born about 866 in Schwaben, Bavaria and died on 22 Jun 910 in Killed, about age 44. Ancestral File Number: WRQG-1V.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> WRQG-1V

Gebhard married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

42547487340       i.  Udo Count Of The Wetterau (born about 880 Schwaben, Bavaria - died on 2 Dec 949)
               ii.  Hermann I Duke Of Swabia (born about 896 Schwaben, Bavaria - died on 10 Dec 948)


85094974682. Herbert I Count Of Vermandois 42,104, was born about 848 in Of, Vermandois, Neustria and died in 902, about age 54. Ancestral File Number: 9G83-0H.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9G83-0H

Herbert married Miss Princess Of France Countess Of Vermandois.

Children from this marriage were:

42547487341       i.  Miss De Vermandois Countess Of Wetterau (born about 882 Of, Vermandois, Neustria - died on 12 Dec 949)

Herbert next married Bertha De Morvois.


85094974683. Miss Princess Of France Countess Of Vermandois 42,104, was born about 862 in , , , France. Ancestral File Number: 9G81-C4.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> 9G81-C4

Princess married Herbert I Count Of Vermandois.



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170189949360. Gebhard Count Of Lower Lahngau 104, was born about 826 in Lahngau, Hessen-Nassau, Germany and died in 879, about age 53. Ancestral File Number: WRQG-H9.

General Notes: Ancestral File Number:<AFN> WRQG-H9

Gebhard married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

85094974680       i.  Gebhard Count Of The Wetterau Duke Of Lorraine (born about 866 Schwaben, Bavaria - died on 22 Jun 910 in Killed)
               ii.  Konrad Count Of Upper Lahngau (born about 860 Lahngau, Hessen-Nassau, Germany - died on 27 Feb 906 in Killed)
              iii.  Eberhard Count Of Lower Lahngau (born about 863 Lahngau, Hessen-Nassau, Germany - died in 902)
               iv.  Rudolf Bishop Of Wurzburg (born about 869 Lahngau, Hessen-Nassau, Germany - died in 908 in Wurzburg, Unterfranken, Bavaria)


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