"Margaret married Symon Miller shortly after John Prosser died.
Symon Miller was a shipbuilder, large landowner and hero.
Tyler's Quarterly Magazine, Vol. 12 contains an article, "Simon
Miller, Captain in Bacon's Rebellion" written by Rev. Arnold
Harris Hord of Germantown, PA. He states that the will of Symon
Miller included bequests to the sons of John Prosser whose names
are unknown. Then it lists the children of Symon and Margaret
Miller to be:
1. Isabella, born 2,16, 1679, married William Triplett
2. Simon (Colonel)
3. Margaret married James Hord
6. Susannah married Henry Brice
Symon Miller died in 1684 and his will was proved in Old
Rappahannock County on May 2, 1684. Margaret is still alive at
that time. One web source listed her death date as 1710. Nothing
further is known about her."
Anne [email protected] 2003-05-23 postem on Ancestry.com
Elizabeth "Bettie" SA(U)NDERS, b: 1810/12, Franklin County,
Tennessee ~ died 1865/66, Marshall County, Alabama ~ Daughter of
William Arthur SA(U)NDERS and Anne Elizabeth "Annie" DANIEL, b:
1795, Georgia ~ d: 1859, Franklin County ~ Daughter of Joseph
DANIEL and Elizabeth Andrew(s) CALLAWAY.
Elizabeth "Bettie" SA(U)NDERS married (1) Tillman M. SMITH on 9
SEP 1826 in Franklin County, Tennessee.
After the death of Tillman, Elizabeth married widower (2) Nimrod
SANDRIDGE on 29 AUG 1858, Franklin County, Tennessee. There were
no issues from this marriage.
They took some of Elizabeth's youngest children and moved to
Marshall County, near Hillian's Store, Alabama, after the death
of her mother, Annie DANIEL in 1859.
I note you also have Elizabeth's brother shown in your file ~
Hardy Holman SANDERS, b: 1816 ~ he married Catherine Anne
CLAMPET, b: 1819 ~ d: after 1900 ~ Daughter of Mathias Masten
CLAMPETT, b: 1790, and Rebecca NICHOLSON, b: 1792, Stokes
County, North Carolina.
I am seeking the parents of Tillman M. SMITH, bc: 1804 ~ d:
before 1858, and who married (1) Elizabeth "Bettie" SA(U)NDERS,
if anyone can help, would be appreciated. Also, anything about
Nahum SANDERS who moved to Stokes County where he died ~ and
then one of his sons, Benjamin, ended up in Franklin County,
Tennessee for a spell. To date, no immediate connection has been
found connecting Nathum to William, father of Elizabeth