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Thomas John Claggett / Mary Gantt


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Thomas John Claggett / Mary Gantt

Husband: Thomas John Claggett
Born: 7 Oct 1743at: Calvert, Maryland, United States
Married: 1775at:
Died: 2 Aug 1816at: Upper Marlboro, Calvert, Maryland, USA
Father: Samuel Clagett Sr.
Mother: Elizabeth Gantt
Notes: [1312]
Wife: Mary Gantt
Born: 10 Apr 1752at: Prince George's, Maryland, United States
Died: 1826at: Prince George's, Maryland, United States
Father: Thomas Gantt III
Mother: Priscilla Brooke
Children
Name: Thomas John Claggett II [1313]
Born: 1785at: Croome, Prince Georges, Maryland
Died: May 1835at: Waterloo, Frederick, Maryland
Spouses:

Name: Samuel Clagett
Born: BEF 1800at:
Died: 5 Feb 1824at:
Spouses:

Name: Mary Ann Clagett
Born: ABT 1778at:
Married: at:  
Died: BEF 1814at:
Spouses: John Eversfield

Name: Charles Nicholas Clagett
Born: at:
Died: 1832at: Baltimore, Calvert, Maryland, USA
Spouses:

Name: Elizabeth Laura Clagett
Born: at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Spouses: Josiah Young

Name: Priscilla Elizabeth Claggett
Born: 17 Dec 1778at: Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Married: at:  
Died: 21 Sep 1843at:
Spouses: John Hamilton Chew


Pedigree Chart for: Thomas John Claggett

      /--Thomas  Clagett  I
   /--Richard  Claggett  Sr.
   |  \--
/--Samuel  Clagett  Sr.
|  |  /--John  Dorsey 
|  \--Deborah  Dorsey 
|     \--Pleasance  Ely 
|--Thomas John  Claggett 
|     /--Edward  Gantt  II
|  /--Thomas  Gantt  III
|  |  \--Anne  Fielder 
\--Elizabeth  Gantt 
   |  /--Edward  Gantt  II
   \--Priscilla  Brooke 
      \--

Pedigree Chart for: Mary Gantt

      /--Thomas  Gantt  Sr
   /--Edward  Gantt  II
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/--Thomas  Gantt  III
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|  \--Anne  Fielder 
|     \--
|--Mary  Gantt 
|     /--
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|  |  \--
\--Priscilla  Brooke 
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[1312] In 1750, the Maryland Assembly voted funds to enlarge and repair Christ Episcopal Church of Wayside, Maryland, under the direction of its rector, The Rev. Samuel Clagett. Forty years later this name was to make ecclesiastical history when his son, Thomas John Clagett, became the first Episcopal Bishop of Maryland and the first consecrated in the United States. According to Richard Feller and Marshall Fishwic, the Right Reverend Thomas J. Claggett, who became Maryland's first bishop in 1792, saw the need for an Episcopal church in Washington. While presiding over his diocesan convention in 1793, Bishop Claggett appointed a committee to study the idea. Another strong advocate for a cathedral was Joseph Nourse, Washington's First Registrar of the Treasury. Nourse did not want the cathedral in downtown Washington, but on the hill overlooking the city -- Mt. Alban. Thomas John Claggett, the first to use the double "g" in spelling his family's name, was born in October, 1743, near Nottingham in Prince George's County. He graduated from Princeton University in 1764. In 1792, at Trinity Church in New York City, he became the first Episcopal bishop of Maryland and was the first bishop of that faith consecrated in America. Trinity Church, Upper Marlboro, St. Mary's City "Thomas John Claggett, was rector of St. Paul's Parish, Baden and Aquasco. Bishop Claggett later served as the first rector of Trinity Church, Upper Marlboro. Bishop Claggett was appointed the third Chaplain of the United States Senate in 1800 and, in 1810, he founded Trinity Episcopal Church in Upper Marlboro. He died at his home near Croom in August 1816. In 1898, Bishop Claggett was re-interred at the National Cathedral. A memorial marker was erected on the grounds of his home church, St. Thomas, Croom, in 1932. A wood carving of the consecration of Bishop Clagett may be seen on the Bishop's Stall in the Washington Cathedral. His remains were reinterred in the National Cathedral in 1898. Then came the Civil War, and Bishop Clagget's grandson, the Reverend John H. Chew, became rector of Saint Alban's. Most of the congregation was made up of uniformed soldiers, and tents surrounded the church, given that many army units would stop there when passing through Washington. In 1865, when President Abraham Lincoln was killed, Saint Alban's, like all other churches in Washington, held a memorial service. His epitaph was penned by his very dear friend and fellow churchman, Francis Scott Key, the author of the "Star Spangled Banner." BIOGRAPHY: Thomas Joannes Claggett, D. D. Maryland Episcopus Primus Natus Sexto Nonis Octobris Anno Salutis 1743 Ordinatus Diaconus et Presbyter Londini 1767 Et Episcopus Consecratus 1792 Decessit in place Christi Quarto Nonis Agusti 1816 Fidelitate et Mansuetudine Ecclesiam Rexit Moribusque Ornavit Uxori,Liberis, Sociisque memoriam Clarissimam Et Patraiae et Ecclesiae nomen Honoratum Dedit

[1313] 1813-1817 Prince George's County MD Will Book Folio 186 THOMAS JOHN CLAGETT 05/10/1811 09/27/1816 D,D. & Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church of Maryland "being at this time bodily infirm ..." Bequeaths to: 1. Mary Clagett --wife -to have the testator's silver tea pot and its stand. -to have one third part of all the testator's personal estate and the remainder of the personal estate to be divided equally among the testator's children -it is the testator's desire that his annuity in the separate fund under the direction of the Corporation for the Relief of the Widows & Children of Clergymen ofthe Protestant Episcopal Church of Maryland shou Id be received by each of the testator's family as may be entitled to it by the rules of the corporation and that the sum of$IO.00 should be reserved out of the testator's annuity which sum the testator gives to the Charity Fund, 2. Priscilla Elizabeth Chew --daughter -to have the testator's tract of land in Calvert County being part of "Hall's Hills" which the testator purchased from David Weems and Daniel Keat and also to have a piece of woodland adjoining thereto being part of "Grantham" which the testator purchaed from the said David Weems and Daniel Keat cont. in the whole 130 acres -to have the testator's 1/2 lot of land in the Town of Lower Marlborough in Calvert County and the testator's house and lot in the Town of Pigg Point in Anne Arundel County 3. Samuel Clagett --son -to have all the tract of land called "Croom" except what is hereafter devised to the testator's daughter Elizabeth as well as part of it which the testator inherited from his father and those parts which the testator purchased from John R. Magruder and of William Beanes and excepting 1 acre which is to be laid off in a parallelogram to comprehend the whole of the ridge of Cherry Walk Hill and to begin at a spreding cedar tree near the main orad on the said hill a part of which near the tree the testator has consecrated and the whole of which the testator desires may be kept as a sacred depository for the bodies of such descendants of the testator that may wish to be buried there -also the whole of the land the testator purchased from Richard Clagett on St. Charles's Branch and comprehending the testator's meadow and also part ofthe "Lob" and saw mill which the testator holds jointly with the heirs of Joseph Smith and Judson Scott and the testator desires that he keep the agreement between the testator and Judson Scott and should he die w/out heirs, then to the testator's sons Thomas John and Charles Nicholas Clagett -to have all that part of a tract of land called "Pitchcroft" which the testator purchased from his niece Elizabeth Reynolds and her husband Thomas -to have testator's largest family Bible, quart silver tankard which has the family arms, a mourning gold ring which the testator has for father Reynolds --to have on condition -to have the one remaining share which the tesator holds in the Washington Tontine commesurate with the life of the testator's son Charles Nicholas -to have 2 of the shares which the testator held in Samuel's name in the Union Bank of Maryland -named executor of the will 3. Elizabeth Laura (Clagett?) --sister -testator's son Samuel to have the land "Pitchcroft" on the condition he pay her the sum of $1000.00 within 12 months after testator's death and should he refuse then she to have the said tract of land. -to have the testator's part of a tract of land called "Pitchcroft" which the testator purchased from Thomas Hamilton cont. 96 acres adjoining the tract of land "Croom." -to have 25 acres of the land "Croom" to be laid off in a triangle from the third tree of "Croom" commonly called the crab tree equidistant from the 2nd line of "Croom" reversed and the direct line of division between the testator's part of "Croom" and that held by Mr. Edward Scott and should she die w/out heirs, then to the testator's son Samuel -to have the gold mourning ring for her late sister Elizabeth and after the death oftestator's widow, to have all th residue of the silver plateand the testator's folio volume of Burkitt on the New Testament -out of the testator's fund, to have the sum of $1000.00 over and above her share as a residuary legatee -to have 22 of the testator's shares in the Washington Tontine and also to have 7 shares which the testator holds in the said Tontine commesurate with the life of the testator's son Charles Nicholas 4. Thomas John Clagett --son -to have all the testators lands lying near the Maryland Track in Frederick County and well as those lands and marsh etc. adjoining supposed to cont. 500 acres and should he die w/out issue then to testator's son Charles Nicholas and also to have the lands and meadow on the condition that he pay Charles within 2 years following testator's death the sum of $2000.00 and should he refuse, then the said land to be sold and the sum of money for the sale to be paid to Charles Nicholas. -tohave the testator's new Bible and mourning ring of the testator's late friend John Hall and to have after the death of his mother --to have the testator's other quart silver tankard, gold sleeve buttons, and good Bishop Hall's works -to have 2 shares of the testator's stock in the Union Bank of Maryland 5. Charles Nicholas Clagett --son -to have the tract of land lying near Frederick Town in Frederick County called ""Lambeth" with all lands adjoining cont. 250 acres -to have the testator's silver pint can and also the mourning ring the testator has for Charles's late grandfather the late Mr. Edward Gantt -to have 7 ofthe remaining shares which the testator holds in the Washington Tontine commesurate with his own life. 6. Mary Clagett Chew--granddaughter Priscilla Elizabeth Chew --granddaughter {daughters of daughter Priscilla Chew) -to have all the testator's lands in Washington County lying near Hancock being part of a tract of land called "The Resurvey on Mount Pleasant" cont. upwards of 600 acres and purchased by the testator from Benjamin Oden -Charles, Priscilla, Samuel, John and Elizabeth to have all the residue of the testator's land in Randolph County, Virginia as tenants in common and to be held by them as tenants in common -Priscilla to have the 1/2 guinea which the testator has long kept as a memento of his friendship with the late Dr. John Hamilton and also the precious silver shilling left the testator by his dear mother and to have after widows death ] moiety of all the testator's silver plate not already given and the testator's folio volume of the Bishop Wilson's works 7. Samuel Clagett --brother of Fauquier County, Virginia ~to have 200 acres of land ofthe largest tract of land the testator has in Handcock County to be laid offto him by a straight line drawn westerly across the said tract and on that part of it which lies highest up the branch called Big Sandy Creek 8. Samuel Chew --grandson -testator's three grandchildren, including Mary Clagett Chew and Priscilla Elizabeth Chew to have 3 of the shares which the testator holds in the Washington Tontine commesurate with the life of testator's daughter Elizabeth Laura to each--one share. Witnesses: R. W. West John Read Magruder, Jr. Richard Burgess Then came: Richard West and John Read Magruder, Jr. Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand

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Richard Plantagenet / Anne de Mortimer

Husband: Richard Plantagenet
Born: ABT Sep 1376at: Conisbrough Castle, Yorkshire, England
Married: ABT Jun 1408at: of
Died: 5 Aug 1415at: Southampton Green, Southampton, Hampshire, England
Father: Edmund 'of Langley' Plantagenet Prince of England
Mother: Isabel Princess of Castile And Leon
Sources: [2574]
Wife: Anne de Mortimer
Born: 27 Dec 1390at: , New Forest, West Meath, Ireland
Died: Sep 1411at:
Father:
Mother:
Sources: [2547]
Children
Name: Isabel Plantagenet [2508]
Born: 21 Sep 1411at: Conisbrough Castle, Yorkshire, England
Died: 2 Oct 1484at:
Spouses:

Name: Richard Plantagenet Third Duke of York [2546]
Born: 20 Sep 1411at: Conisbrough Castle, Yorkshire, England
Married: at:  
Died: 31 Dec 1460at: Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
Spouses: Cecily Neville


Pedigree Chart for: Richard Plantagenet

      /--Edward  Plantagenet  II King of England
   /--Edward  Plantagenet  III King of England
   |  \--Isabelle Princess of  France 
/--Edmund 'of Langley'  Plantagenet  Prince of England
|  |  /--Willem III de  Avesnes 
|  \--Philippa de  Avesnes  Queen of England
|     \--Jeanne de  Valois 
|--Richard  Plantagenet 
|     /--Alfonso Xi 'The Just'  Fernandez King of Castile & Leon 
|  /--Pedro I 'The Cruel'  Alfonsez  King of Castile and Leon
|  |  \--Maria Affonsez Princess of  Portugal 
\--Isabel Princess of  Castile And Leon 
   |  /--Alfonso Xi 'The Just'  Fernandez King of Castile & Leon 
   \--Maria Juana de  Padilla 
      \--Maria de  Henestrosa 

Pedigree Chart for: Anne de Mortimer

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Emperor of The Holy Roman Empire Charlemagne / Galiena

Husband: Emperor of The Holy Roman Empire Charlemagne
Born: 2 Apr 0742at: Ingelheim, Rheinhessen, Hesse-Darmstadt
Married: at:  
Died: 28 Jan 0813at: Aachen, Rhineland, Prussia
Father: Pepin 'The Short' Franks
Mother: Bertrada Countess of Laon
Notes: [3737]
Wife: Galiena
Born: 0780at: Aachen, Rhineland, , Prussia
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Notes: [11241]
Children

Pedigree Chart for: Emperor of The Holy Roman Empire Charlemagne

      /--Pepin   II
   /--Charles  Martel 
   |  \--Alpaida   
/--Pepin 'The Short'  Franks 
|  |  /--Leutwinus  Treves 
|  \--Chrotrud of  Alemania 
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|--Emperor of The Holy Roman Empire  Charlemagne 
|     /--
|  /--Heribert   Count of Laon
|  |  \--
\--Bertrada   Countess of Laon
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   \--Bertrada   
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Pedigree Chart for: Galiena

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[3737] Charlemagne, Emperor Of The Holy Roman Empire, King of the Franks was king of the Franks from AD 768 to 814 and 'Emperor of the Romans' from 800 to 814. He became a key figure in the development of western Europe's medieval civilization. By his almost constant military campaigns, Charlemagne created a vast empire in the West which included much of the western part of the old Roman Empire as well as some new territory. He was the first Germanic ruler to assume the title of emperor, and the 'empire' he revived lasted in one form or another for a thousand years. Culturally and politically, he left his mark on the newly rising civilization of the West. Probably no ruler of the early Middle Ages better deserved the title of 'The Great.' Charlemagne was the son of Pepin the Short, and the grandson of Charles Martel. From 768 to 771, Charlemagne shared Pepin's kingdom with his brother, Carloman. When Carloman died, Charlemagne became sole ruler. He took up with energy the work begun by his father and grandfather. His first step was to repress his hostile neighbors. Charlemagne gained wide acclaim for his outstanding military ability, persistence, and success. He waged more than 50 campaigns against neighboring Germanic peoples on all sides, and against the Avars, Slavs, Byzantines, and Moors. Charlemagne's first great war was against the Lombards, a Germanic people who had invaded Italy in the late 500's. They had been a source of trouble to the popes ever since. In conquering them, Charlemagne followed Pepin's policy of friendship and cooperation with the Roman Catholic Church. This also served Charlemagne's own interests, because he became ruler of the Lombard kingdom in Italy. The long Saxon war was the most important of Charlemagne's military ventures. The Saxons, who held the whole northwestern part of Germany, were pagans. Their defeat after 30 years of war prepared the way for the religious conversion and civilization of Germany. By means of other wars, Charlemagne put down a rebellion in Aquitaine, added Bavaria to his kingdom, and established several border states to protect his outlying conquests. In eastern Europe, he defeated the Slavs and Avars and made possible eastward migration by the Germans. Charlemagne had built a vast and sprawling state that shared borders with such different peoples as the Slavs, Byzantines, and Moslems. He defended the Roman Catholic Church and constantly extended its power. He was far more powerful than the imperial successors of Constantine, the first Christian emperor in the West, and he ruled a much more extensive area. Because of his great holdings, he decided to revive the Roman Empire, but as a new empire that was European and Christian in Character. The relations of the popes with the Byzantine, or Eastern Roman, emperors in Canstantinople had been breaking down since the middle 700's. An alliance between the Roman Catholic Church and the Franks, accomplished by proclaiming Charlemagne emperor, made good sense. Pope Leo III placed the imperial crown on Charlemagne's head on Christmas Day, 800. The most important effect of this act was that it revived the idea of empire in the West, an idea which caused both harm and good in succeeding centuries. Einhard, Charlemagne's secretary and friend, described the emperor as large and strong of body, fond of active exercise, genial but dignified, and sensible and moderate in his way of life. Charlemagne clearly recognized his duties and responsibilities, and was a tireless worker. He could not reverse the long trend toward decentralized government. But he could and did control the power of the nobles and maintain a considerable degree of law and order in a troubled age. His administrative methods helped raise the standard of living. Charlemagne's greatest contribution was his work as a patron of culture and extender of civilization. The Palace School, set up at his capital in Aachen under the leadership of the English scholar Alcuin (735-804), stimulated interest in education, philosophy, and literature. Most of the leading scholars were churchman, so this vast cultural activity greatly strengthened the church and had far-reaching and lasting results. In this way, Charlemagne, by means of his power and eminence, gave western Europe a unified culture so strong that it survived the terrible invasions and disorders of the next 200 years. Source: 'The World Book Encyclopedia', 1968, C291-292. 'Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists ...', Frederick Lewis Weis, 1993, p cvi.

[11241] Concubine (No. 7) of Charlemagne.

Moses Ensign / Love Andrews

Husband: Moses Ensign
Born: 1/29 Mar/Feb 1707/0008at: Hartford, Harfford, Connecticut, USA
Married: 3 Jan 1731at:
Died: 27 May 1751at:
Father: Thomas Ensign
Mother: Hannah Shepard
Wife: Love Andrews
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Children
Name: Isaac Ensign [5605]
Born: 16 Dec 1747at: Hartford, Harfford, Connecticut, USA
Married: at:  
Died: 12 May 1816at: Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Spouses: Lurannah Pettibone


Pedigree Chart for: Moses Ensign

      /--James  Ensign 
   /--David  Ensign 
   |  \--Sarah   
/--Thomas  Ensign 
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|  \--Mehitable  Gunn 
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|--Moses  Ensign 
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\--Hannah  Shepard 
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Pedigree Chart for: Love Andrews

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[5605] He was a farmer, and by trade a blacksmith. The town of Simsbury gave him a parcel of land as inducement to follow his trade there. He held various town offices in Simsbury. Isaac Ensign was an active patriot during the revolution, but on account of lameness was not in the service. In religion he was a Congregationalist. Isaac and Lurannah Ensign had ten children.

Marlin Herman Redman / (--?--) Barnes

Husband: Marlin Herman Redman
Born: at: 
Died:at: 
Father:  at: 
Mother:  at: 
Wife: (--?--) Barnes
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Children

Pedigree Chart for: Marlin Herman Redman

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   /--Elmus Shelton  Redman 
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/--Orville Ulyses  Redman 
|  |  /--John Burr  Claggett 
|  \--Iva Jane  Claggett 
|     \--Louisa  Wince 
|--Marlin Herman  Redman 
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\--Hazel Naomi  Loughman 
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Pedigree Chart for: (--?--) Barnes

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[8001] This person is presumed living.

David Lampson / Sarah Bliss

Husband: David Lampson
Born: 26 Jul 1765at: Warren, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Married: 2 Nov 1790at: Warren, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Died: 5 Dec 1823at:
Father: Solomon Lamson (Lampson)
Mother: Lois Virgin
Sources: [10692]
Wife: Sarah Bliss
Born: 17 Jan 1761at: Warren, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Died: 29 Nov 1832at: Warren, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Father: Samuel Bliss
Mother: Mary Gleason
Sources: [10693]
Children
Name: James Lamson [10694]
Born: 20 Nov 1790at: Warren, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Polly Lamson [10695]
Born: 22 Jan 1792at: Warren, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: David Lamson [10696]
Born: 8 Oct 1794at: Warren, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Matthias Lamson [10697]
Born: 9 Jan 1797at: Warren, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Evaline Lamson [10698]
Born: 14 Aug 1799at: Warren, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Nancy Lampson [10373]
Born: 14 Aug 1804at: Western, Worchester, Massachusetts, USA
Married: at:  
Died: 16 Jul 1842at: Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois, United States
Spouses: Joseph Holbrook


Pedigree Chart for: David Lampson

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/--Solomon  Lamson  (Lampson)
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|--David  Lampson 
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|  /--William  Virgin 
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\--Lois  Virgin 
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   \--Abigail  Lamson 
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Pedigree Chart for: Sarah Bliss

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/--Samuel  Bliss 
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|  \--Mary  Loomis 
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|--Sarah  Bliss 
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|  /--Isaac  Gleason 
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\--Mary  Gleason 
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   \--Jerusha  Noyes 
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Aaron Gregory Bremser / Cheryl Lahanli?

Husband: Aaron Gregory Bremser
Born: at: 
Died:at: 
Father:  at: 
Mother:  at: 
Wife: Cheryl Lahanli?
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Children

Pedigree Chart for: Aaron Gregory Bremser

      /--Laurence Rudolf  Bremser 
   /--Edmund Wall  Bremser 
   |  \--Mildred W.  Wall 
/--James Jay  Bremser 
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|  \--Mary Elizabeth  Cosgrove 
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|--Aaron Gregory  Bremser 
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\--Elizabeth Jean  Lynch 
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Pedigree Chart for: Cheryl Lahanli?

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[11550] This person is presumed living.

James Pease / Hannah Harmon

Husband: James Pease
Born: 23 Oct 1670at: Salem, Ma
Married: 18 Oct 1695at: Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Died: 19 Dec 1748at: Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Father: John Pease
Mother: Ann Cummings
Wife: Hannah Harmon
Born: 23 Feb 1673at: Southfield, Ma
Died: 19 Dec 1746at: Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Father:
Mother:
Children
Name: James Pease
Born: 2 Feb 1695at: Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Hannah Pease
Born: 18 Dec 1700at: Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Married: at:  
Died: 4 Dec 1775at: Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Spouses:

Name: Elizabeth Pease
Born: 15 Jul 1703at: Enfield, Hartford, Ct
Married: at:  
Died: 12 Oct 1778at: Enfield, Hartford, Ct
Spouses:

Name: Mary Pease
Born: 17 Mar 1704at: Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Married: at:  
Died: 15 Aug 1775at: Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Spouses:

Name: Abigail Pease [12472] [12473] [12474] [12475]
Born: 7 Jun 1708[12472] at: Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut
Married: at:  
Died: 1 May 1792at: Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut
Spouses: Nathaniel Collins

Name: Sarah Pease
Born: 17 Aug 1710at: Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Married: at:  
Died: 14 Dec 1804at: Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Spouses:

Name: Joseph Pease
Born: 20 Jun 1713at: Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Died: 9 Sep 1800at: Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Spouses:

Name: Jemima Pease
Born: 5 Jul 1716at: Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Spouses:


Pedigree Chart for: James Pease

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Pedigree Chart for: Hannah Harmon

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|  \--
|     \--
|--Hannah  Harmon 
|     /--
|  /--
|  |  \--
\--
   |  /--
   \--
      \--

@1 [12472] [S613]

@1 [12473] [S44]

@1 [12474] [S218]

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@1 [12475] [S218]

Joseph Rosel Hayden / Tanya

Husband: Joseph Rosel Hayden
Born: at: 
Died:at: 
Father:  at: 
Mother:  at: 
Wife: Tanya
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Children
Name: Joseph Hayden [13867]
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:


Pedigree Chart for: Joseph Rosel Hayden

      /--
   /--
   |  \--
/--Willy Clay  Ledford 
|  |  /--
|  \--
|     \--
|--Joseph Rosel  Hayden 
|     /--
|  /--Glenn  Hayden 
|  |  \--
\--Lu  Hayden 
   |  /--
   \--Mildred Joan  Hyde 
      \--Afton  Loveland 

Pedigree Chart for: Tanya

      /--
   /--
   |  \--
/--
|  |  /--
|  \--
|     \--
|--Tanya   
|     /--
|  /--
|  |  \--
\--
   |  /--
   \--
      \--

[13862] This person is presumed living.

[13867] This person is presumed living.


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