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I59413: JOHN de BRAMSHOT (ABT 1348 - ____)
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JOHN de BRAMSHOT
ABT 1348 - ____
ID Number: I59413
BIRTH: ABT 1348, Of Calbourne, Isle Of Wight, England
MARRIAGE: 24 Feb 1720, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
James Nimmo was born on 5 Nov 1686 in Rotterdam and was
christened on 3 Jun 1688 in Torpichen, West Lothian, Scotland.
He died on 10 Aug 1770. James married Mary Erskine The Hon.. son
of James Nimmo was born in Jul 1654. He died on 6 Aug 1709 and
Elizabeth Brodie on 4 Dec 1682 in Moray, Scotland.
Member of Edinburgh Town Council and Treasurer of Edinburgh. He
was also Cashier or Receiver General of Excise, Edinburgh. Dean
Died a bankrupt.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution
Volume 89 page 70 Mrs. Nellie D. Patterson Jerrard. DAR ID
Born in Juneau County, Wis. Wife of Frederick Beecroft Jerrard.
Descendant of George Patterson, John Phillips and John Crawford,
1. Ransom Emerson Patterson (1831-68) m. 1854 Sarah Ann Phillips
2. James Patterson (1798-1840) m. 1819 Sarah Crawford (1801-92);
Washington Phillips (1807-38) m. 1828 Catherine Tinklepaugh
3. Jonathan Patterson (1769-1840) m. 1791 Nancy Wilson
(1767-1805); Joel Crawford, Jr. (1767-1854), m. 1798 Merribee
Mills (d. 1813); Komer Phillips (b. 1783) m. Hannah Mott.
4. George Patterson m. 1749 Margaret Gilmore (b. 1724); John
Crawford m. 1753 Susanna Kelso (d. 1808); John Phillips m. 1771
George Patterson (1725-89) served as private in Capt. David
Couden's company, Lieut.-Col. Ruggles Woodbridge's 4th Hampshire
county regiment, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Ireland;
died in Colerain, Mass.
John Phillips (1752-1846) served as private in Capt. Samuel
Wright's [p.70] company, Col. Seth Warner's Vermont regiment.
Also enlisted in Pennsylvania Line and later in the New York
Line. He died in Abington, Pa.
John Crawford served as private under Capt. Ruben Dickinson and
Colonel Ruggles Woodbridge, Massachusetts Line. He was born,
1722, in Rutland, Vt.