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Descendant of a Manx family that had settled in Ireland. Came to
Virginia in 1740's; Opened a store in Staunton, Augusta County,
Representative of Augusta in the House of Burgesses in 1759-'61
Died at New River (Dunkard's Bottom), Pulaski, Va
Spouse Elizabeth Stark. Children: William, Rosanna, Mary, Annie,
Elizabeth Stark, Priscilla.
Marriage 1 Sarah Rogers b: cir 1715 Married: 09 JAN 1734 in
Spotsylvania Co., Va. 2
Children: James Connor b: bef 1745
Children by Frances Williams:
John Connor b: cir 1748 in Caroline Co., Va.
William Connor , Jr. b: cir 1750 in Caroline Co., Va.
Francis Connor b: cir 1752 in Caroline Co., Va.
Rice Connor b: cir 1754 in Caroline Co., Va.
Frances Connor b: cir 1756 in Caroline Co., Va.
Anne "Nancy" Connor b: cir 1758 in Caroline Co., Va.
George Connor b: 29 JAN 1759 in Caroline Co., Va.
Margaret "Peggy" Connor b: cir 1760 in Caroline Co., Va.
Author: John Frederic Dorman Title: Caroline County, Va., Order
Books Author: Therese A. Fisher
Title: Marriage Records of Fredericksburg & Orange,
Spotsylvania, Stafford Counties 1722-1850
Publication: Heritage Books, 1990
Randolph, Martha Patsy b. September 27, 1772 d. October 10,
Martha is the oldest child of Thomas & Martha Jefferson, she was
born at her father's house Monticello. Martha married Thomas
Mann Randolph Jr. on February 23, 1790 at her father's house,
Monticello, Thomas is Martha's cousin. Martha was the White
House hostess for her father, President Thomas Jefferson. When
Martha was not at times able to do her White House duties, her
sister Maria was the hostess. After her father's term as
President was over she and her family lived with her father at
his house, Monticello. After her father died the estate had to
be sold, Martha moved and lived for a time with her daughter in
Boston. (bio by: T.R. M)
Jefferson Home, Charlottesville, Charlottesville city, Virginia,