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Walter Eugene Taylor / Mary Elizabeth Diuguid

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Walter Eugene Taylor / Mary Elizabeth Diuguid

Husband: Walter Eugene Taylor
Born: 1875at:
Married: 23 Sep 1919at:
Died: 1957at: Murray, Calloway, Kentucky, United States
Father:
Mother:
Wife: Mary Elizabeth Diuguid
Born: 26 Sep 1883at: Kentucky, United States
Died: 23 Sep 1919at: Murray, Calloway, Kentucky, United States
Father: Edwin Thompson Diuguid Sr.
Mother: Charlotte 'Lottie' Clark Scott
Children

Pedigree Chart for: Walter Eugene Taylor

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Pedigree Chart for: Mary Elizabeth Diuguid

      /--George  Diuguid  II
   /--William Henry  Diuguid  Sr.
   |  \--Mary Elizabeth 'Betsy'  Christian 
/--Edwin Thompson  Diuguid  Sr.
|  |  /--Armistead G.  Churchill 
|  \--Catherine Malinda  Churchill 
|     \--Mary Randolph  Moore 
|--Mary Elizabeth  Diuguid 
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\--Charlotte 'Lottie' Clark  Scott 
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Thomas Sprigg Prather / Elizabeth Clagett

Husband: Thomas Sprigg Prather
Born: 1704[1842] [1843] at: Frederick, Maryland, United States
Married: 10 Jun 1725at: Prince George's, Maryland, United States
Died: 24 Jul 1785at: Washington, Maryland, USA
Father: Thomas MacKay Prather
Mother: Martha Sprigg
Sources: [1842] [1843] [1844] [1845] [1846]
Wife: Elizabeth Clagett
Born: 1708at: Weston, Prince George's, Maryland, USA
Died: 1767at: Prince George's, Maryland, United States
Father: Thomas Clagett II
Mother: Mary Keene
Sources: [3860] [3861] [3862]
Children
Name: Thomas Claggett Prather [7857] [7858]
Born: 9 May 1726at: Prince George's Co., Maryland, USA
Married: at:  
Died: 11 Oct 1758at: Battle of Lovathanna, Pennsylvania, USA
Spouses: Margaret Phillips

Name: Richard Prather [7859]
Born: 1 Aug 1727at: Prince George's, Maryland, United States
Married: at:  
Died: 26 Nov 1789at: Clear Spring, Washington, Maryland, USA
Spouses: Lucy Elizabeth Jacques , Lydia Covenhaver

Name: Margaret Prather [7860]
Born: 14 Oct 1728at: Prince George's, Maryland, United States
Married: at:  
Died: 1728at: Prince George's, Maryland, United States
Spouses: Thomas Clagett

Name: Mary (Polly) Prather [7861]
Born: 6 Jan 1729at: Queen Anne Paris, Leeland, Prince George, Maryland, USA
Married: at:  
Died: 1790at: Fayette County, Pennsylvania, USA
Spouses: John Clarke , Aaron Moore

Name: Jonathan Prather [7854]
Born: 1730at: Calvert, Maryland, United States
Died: ABT 1772at: Prob. Bedford Or Henry, Va. See Note.
Spouses:

Name: Basil William Prather [7855] [7856]
Born: 3 May 1731at: Queen Ann Parish, Prince George's, Maryland, USA
Married: at:  
Died: 21 Jan 1803at: Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, USA
Spouses: Frances 'Fannie' Meriwether , Chlorinda Robinson

Name: Henry Abram Prather [7862]
Born: 14 Sep 1732at: Prince George's, Maryland, United States
Married: at:  
Died: 29 Aug 1775at: , Cumberland, Pennsylvania, USA
Spouses: Elizabeth Hicks

Name: Charles Prather [7863] [7864]
Born: 18 Sep 1735at: Prince Georges, Maryland, USA
Married: at:  
Died: 25 Sep 1810at: Wellsburg, Brook, Virginia, USA
Spouses: Ruth Tannehill

Name: James Prather [7865] [7866]
Born: 27 Jan 1737at: Queen Annes Parish, Prince George, Maryland, USA
Died: 10 Feb 1816at: Allegany, Maryland, USA
Spouses:

Name: Sarah Prather [7867]
Born: 2 Feb 1739at: Queen Annes Parish, Prince George, Maryland, USA
Died: AFT 1785at:
Spouses:

Name: Joanna Prather [7868]
Born: 1 Jan 1740at: Queen Annes Parish, Prince George, Maryland, USA
Married: at:  
Died: 1818at: New Geneva, Fayette, Pennsylvania, USA.
Spouses: Col. Theophilus Phillips

Name: Elizabeth Prather [7869]
Born: 10 Jan 1742at: Frederick, Frederick, Maryland, USA
Married: at:  
Died: AFT 1785at:
Spouses: Daniel Collier


Pedigree Chart for: Thomas Sprigg Prather

      /--Thomas  Prater 
   /--Jonathan  Prather 
   |  \--Mary Powell  McKay 
/--Thomas MacKay  Prather 
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|  \--Jane  McKay 
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|--Thomas Sprigg  Prather 
|     /--Thomas  Sprigg 
|  /--Thomas  Sprigg 
|  |  \--Katherine  Griffin 
\--Martha  Sprigg 
   |  /--Thomas  Sprigg 
   \--Eleanor  Nuthall 
      \--Mary  Hyde 

Pedigree Chart for: Elizabeth Clagett

      /--Edward  Clagett 
   /--Thomas  Clagett  I
   |  \--Margaret  Adams 
/--Thomas  Clagett  II
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|--Elizabeth  Clagett 
|     /--Henry  Keene 
|  /--Richard  Keene 
|  |  \--Anne  Halle 
\--Mary  Keene 
   |  /--Henry  Keene 
   \--Mary  Gorsuch 
      \--Elizabeth  Roe 

[7857]

Lt. Thomas Clagett Prather was killed during the French and Indian War in the battle at Royal Hannon, Pa., with a force of 100 under Capt. Beall (Oct. 11, 1758). He served under Capt. Beall from October 9, 1757 to May 31, 1758 and June 16, 1758 until his death. He left a son Thomas, born December 16, 1751 who with his wife, Mary Phillips (a cousin) took the Wilderness Trail to Kentucky in 1777-1778, settling in Herrodsburg. Much of the information on the Prathers of Kentucky is contain in the "Louisville First Families," by Kathenne Jennings, a copy of which is in the State of Ohio Library. - Source: GB Prather

[7855]

Capt. Basil Prather born 1731 (1740 per Ky. history) a fall, handsome, personable man became a Commissioner at Louisvilie in 1790. He married Fannie Meriwether and lived in opulence on a "Blue Grass' farm several miles from Louisville.

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In 1783 Charles Prather purchased 481 acres from John COX, heir at law of Friend COX and William McMAHAN attorney for Joseph and John Cox for 600(pounds) this is the site on which the laid out the town, now Wellsburg, Virginia. The house that Charles Prather first built for himself and his family stood opposite the present (1879) residence of Mrs. Francis Taro and west of the Steubenville Road on the south corner of the tract belonging to Samuel Jacob. (Newton, History of the Panhandle, 1879 based on an interview with Charles' grandson John). Later Charles Prather built a stone house which stood until 1848 when his son, C.B. Prather tore it down and rebuilt. In 1790, Dec 11, the Virginia Legislature passed an act for establishing ferries - from the land of Charles Prather across the mouth of Buffalo Creek to the land on the opposite shore, the price for a man 2 pence and for a horse the same; and from lands of the said Charles Prather across the Ohio River, for the price of a man 6 pence, for a horse the same. (Hennings Statutes 13 page 151). On December 26, 1792 Charles was given a charter for the ferry. " A flat boat was poled across the water by brawney men" (West Virginia Review August 1936). At the January term, Ohio Co court, a plat for a town to be called Charlestown was produced in open court by Charles Prather. It was planned on a rather ambitious scale with streets and lots extending to and beyond the top of the river hill. On December 7 of that year, the town was established by legislative enactment. (West Virginia Review 193(?)) For the first few years few lots were sold and few houses erected. In 1797 provision was made for public buildings, and the demand for lots grew. By 1810 the town had 80 dwellings and an academy. The NAVIGATOR describes the village: This is a town of Brooke County and has a handsome situation of high bank on the Ohio. It contains about 80 dwellings, has a small court-house, a jail, a pillory, a post office, an academy, public inns, several stores and two or three large warehouses from which are delivered vast quantities of flour for the New Orleans marker, there being a number of valuable merchant mills in the neighborhood which deposit their flour here to wait the rising of the waters. Buffalo Creek joining the Ohio river just below the town, over which there was erected in 1816 a handsome chain bridge on the plan of Judge Finley's of Fayette Co PA. It is a considerable place of embarkation and boats can be had here generally at a short notice. From Pittsburgh by land on the stage route through Canonsburgh, Washington and Middletown it is 50 miles in a S.W. direction." The story tells of manufactories of delf ware and stone ware, and a large neat warehouse at the water's edge four stories high from low watermark, from the upper story of which the flour is let down into the boats by pullies and windlasses at the rate of three to five barrels a minute. Charles Prather and his wife are buried on a beautiful knoll situated about 600 feet S.W. of and in full view of their home. The tablets read: In memory of Charles Prather proprietor of Wellsburg. Died Sept 25, 1810 aged 88 years. In memory of Ruth, consort of Charles Prather. Died Oct 7 1807 aged 75 years. Charles and Ruth Prather had three children. John, Henry and Elizabeth, wife of Charles Wells. -- Deeds and Wills abstracted by Brooke County Genealogical Society Charles Prather of Wellsburg Charles, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Clagett Prather was born 18 Sept 1735. (Queen Anne Parish, Prince George's Co Register), the original at Bishop's Library, National Cathedral, Washington. Charles was 7th of the eleven children: Thomas Claggett 1726, Richard, Margaret, Mary, Basil, Henry, Charles, James, Sarah, Elizabeth and 2nd marriage Thomas 1770. He was about seven years old when the family moved west to the Conococheague Valley and the rougher and more dangerous life of a frontier settlement. He probably was with his father who was in command of Fort Frederick and during the French and Indian War. It was about 1760 that he married Ruth TANNEHILL, widow of John RADFORD, who had died 1759. She had one son, William Radford, born 1759. Times were troubled. When the Revolution began, Charles took the Oath of Allegiance in Washington Co MD. Samuel Barretts Return No. 102. (Brumbaugh I page 16) In 1778, May 16th, he was serving as Ensign in the 3rd or Western Battalion in Washington Co. under James Prather, Captain. For his Revolutionary service see National Genealogical Quarterly Vol. 6 April 1917. On June 20 1778, Charles was appointed Justice of Washington Co MD (MD. Archives 21, p 141 ). The same reference page 26 gives a letter dated 9 April 1778 in the Council, Annapolis, signed by Charles Prather. Charles Prather was already interested in lands farther west. Hampshire Co Virginia records show that in 1773 he purchased 70 acres on the No. Branch of the Potomac which with wife Ruth of Charles Town he sold in 1795. In 1779 with John Prather he witnessed in Hampshire Co a deed of Samuel and Elizabeth Simcock of Brooke Co. His brother James is found in Hampshire Co, whose daughter Ruth born 1790 married Daniel COLLINS b 1774, son of Thomas Collins (from whom Charles Prather had purchased the land) and his wife Elizabeth Sprigg Cresap (Of Daniel Cresap and Ruth Swearingen). Ruth, wife of Charles Prather, was daughter of William 4th Tannehill (1695-1749) son of William 3rd Tannehill and Euphene Beall. She had left her young son by John Radford to be reared by her brother Carlton Tannehill in the more settled life in Frederick Co. On 10 August 1779, the young William Radford had recorded an interesting deed: "Between Charles Prather of Washington Co MD;, Gentleman, and William Radford, son and heir of John Radford, deceased, for 5 shillings....the said Charles Prather doth grant unto William Radford all the tract of land by which he, the said Charles Prather is possessed by right of dower of his wife Ruth, widow of the said John Raford, deceased, and all other tracts...etc and on the back was Ruth's relinquishment of her dower interests. There is a tradition in the Radford family that Ruth went to live upon property in now WV, left to her and her sister by their father. (The Two Parsons by Mumford, page 70) This seems unlikely. In 1783 Charles Prather purchased 481 acres from JOHN COX, heir at law of FRIEND COX and WILLIAM McMAHAN attorney for Joseph and John Cox for 600(pounds) this is the site on which the laid out the town, now Wellsburg. The house that Charles Prather first built for himself and his family stood opposite the present (1879) residence of Mrs. Francis Taro and west of the Steubenville Road on the south corner of the tract belonging to Samuel Jacob. (Newton, History of the Panhandle, 1879 based on an interview with Charles' grandson John). Later Charles Prather built a stone house which stood until 1848 when his son, C.B. Prather tore it down and rebuilt. In 1790, Dec 11, the Virginia Legislature passed an act for establishing ferries - from the land of Charles Prather across the mouth of Buffalo Creek to the land on the opposite shore, the price for a man 2 pence and for a horse the same; and from lands of the said Charles Prather across the Ohio River, for the price of a man 6 pence, for a horse the same. (Hennings Statutes 13 page 151). On December 26, 1792 Charles was given a charter for the ferry. " A flat boat was poled across the water by brawny men" (West Virginia Review August 1936). At the January term, Ohio Co court, a plat for a town to be called Charlestown was produced in open court by Charles Prather. It was planned on a rather ambitious scale with streets and lots extending to and beyond the top of the river hill. On December 7 of that year, the town was established by legislative enactment. (West Virginia Review 193(?)) For the first few years few lots were sold and few houses erected. In 1797 provision was made for public buildings, and the demand for lots grew. By 1810 the town had 80 dwellings and an academy. The NAVIGATOR describes the village: This is a town of Brooke County and has a handsome situation of high bank on the Ohio. It contains about 80 dwellings, has a small court-house, a jail, a pillory, a post office, an academy, public inns, several stores and two or three large warehouses from which are delivered vast quantities of flour for the New Orleans marker, there being a number of valuable merchant mills in the neighborhood which deposit their flour here to wait the rising of the waters. Buffalo Creek joining the Ohio river just below the town, over which there was erected in 1816 a handsome chain bridge on the plan of Judge Finley's of Fayette Co PA. It is a considerable place of embarkation and boats can be had here generally at a short notice. From Pittsburgh by land on the stage route through Canonsburgh, Washington and Middletown it is 50 miles in a S.W. direction." The story tells of manufactories of delft ware and stone ware, and a large neat warehouse at the water's edge four stories high from low watermark, from the upper story of which the flour is let down into the boats by pulleys and windlasses at the rate of three to five barrels a minute. Charles Prather and his wife are buried on a beautiful knoll situated about 600 feet S.W. of and in full view of their home. The tablets read: In memory of Charles Prather proprietor of Wellsburg. Died Sept 25, 1810 aged 88 years. In memory of Ruth, consort of Charles Prather. Died Oct 7 1807 aged 75 years. Charles and Ruth Prather had three children. John, Henry and Elizabeth, wife of Charles Wells. I do not know who the author of this information is. I would not attempt to discuss the Prather descendants of Charles though I know the WELLS family of his daughter. The Prather data I have fits so poorly with what one might expect that much more is needed. Charles had three children mentioned in his will and in various books on the area; Newton, at least seems to have gained his material from an interview with Charles' grandson John. What were their birthdates? Charles had married widow Ruth whose husband John Radford died 1759 leaving her with an infant son born that year. Presumable they were married c 1760/1 Daughter Elizabeth was born 1765; one might guess that sons John and Henry were b c 1761 and c 1763. They might have been younger if there were other children who died young. By her gravestones, Ruth was born 1732; her children can hardly have been born later than c 1775 - sometimes a baby does come along when parents are in their 40's. But, they should all have been adults in 1800. They presumably lived in Brooke Co. The 1800 Personal (Poll) Tax Brooke Co. shows one Prather, Charles with 2 tithes, (Males over 16) himself and another, 6 horses, 7 slaves. The 2nd tithe could be a son (which one? and where was the other? ) Both sons certainly were old enough to show. The 1810 census Brooke Co shows Charles and Henry. Charles was "over 45" (he was 77) with a male born 1765-84, no female. Ruth had died 1807. No wife for the younger male. Was this younger man the same as the 2nd tithe with Charles 1800? Who? Charles' son John was married, he is said to be a father of sons, C.B. and John born 1802 of Brooke Co. Where were he and his wife, and 2 children in 1810?..Nancy Caldwell writes that John built his home in 1820 in Wellsburg. Possibilities seem that he had moved from the county but returned (he was NOT in nearby Ohio Co census or perhaps he was living with his wife's family, both seem unlikely. In 1810 Henry Prather shows as born 1765-84 with a younger wife born 1784-94 and two little girls born 1800-10. This looks like the start of a family and the 1820 census should indicate daughters born c 1807 and 1809 and other children. With Henry's wife born after 1784, it could not be the end of an earlier family. Therefore, it looks as if this Henry had married c 1805, suggesting he was born c 1780-85, likely c 1783 or he was rather old when he married. Was this Henry son of Charles Prather born 1761-c 1770. Could Henry son of Charles have been born 1761, married and died a young man, leaving a son Henry (of the census) who was reared by Charles - the 2nd tithe in his family 1800??? It would indeed by helpful to have census data for 1820 and 1830. John Prather of Charles is said to have had sons, C.B. and John Jr. 1802 (married Elizabeth MENDALL) C.B. "went to Ohio" - no other datum. The unreliable Works Progress Administration's abstracts show that John Sir Prather left a will 1837 naming wife Mary and an inventory 1838. Copies of these items should be helpful. (Mary Prather left a will 1846 W.P.A.) Henry Prather's inventory was recorded 1835. This would be the Henry of 1810 census. In what seems the next generation in Brooke are: .. Ruth Antoinette b c1817/20 who married 1837 John McCalmont. Dr Clark Wells Prather 5-6-1815- 1872 to Covington Ind. .. Jane c b c 1820 married 8 May 1838 Jas Dudley Wells (grandson of Elizabeth Prather and Charles Wells) .. Dr Clark Wells Prather married 1st in 1839 Rebecca Birckhead another granddaughter of Elizabeth Prather and Charles Wells. She had a daughter Rebecca born and died 1840 The mother died at birth of this child; she was ages 19. Dr Clark married 2nd Martha Atwood Taylor and moved to Butler Co Ohio where 7 children were born; Oscar 1842, Raisin 1844, Clark, Virginia 1847, Henry 1849, Martha 1851 (who died 1866) and Taylor 1853. The family then moved to Covington Indiana where were born; Charles 1856 and twins Mary and Ellen 1861 and Emma 1859. In Indiana Oscar met a "cousin" Col Hiram Prather. WPA abstracts show an inventory 1846 for a Henry Prather. It does not show whether this is another inventory for the Henry of inventory 1835 or for another Henry. The family of Dr Clark W. Prather tells that he was "left fatherless aged 8" which would mean that some Henry Prather died in 1823. These searchers wonder if Dr Clark's mother was a Clark. No Clark family shows on Brooke Census 1810, yet if Jane C. Prather's middle initial happened to stand for Clark, it could be. In Ohio Co census 1810 is listed Edward Gaither and wife born 1765-84. Their daughter Eleanor married Ross Prather whose family is unknown to me. The GAITHERS had come from Washington Co PA a few years earlier than 1810. In 1812 Ohio Co is a deed; Ross Prather and wife Eleanor to Daniel Steenrod one 4th part of 197 1/2 acres on Wheeling Creek; land sold to Edward Gaither 1806 by Henry Smith and descended to Eleanor Prather, one of four heirs of said Gaither. Ross and Eleanor Prather in this deed were called "of Mason Co KY". I do hope that these abstracted records helps you in your search of the Prather family of Brooke Co VA (WV)

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James Prather fought in the French and Indian War, was captured by the Indians but was found and ransomed by his father. He became a Lieutenant in the Revolutionary War. He married his first wife (name unknown) with whom he had four children. He then married Sarah who survived him. He was a member of the Maryland Legislature from Western Maryland. His descendents are found mainly in Illinois and Iowa.

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Noah Phelps / Lucy Barber

Husband: Noah Phelps
Born: 26 Oct 1793at: Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Married: 5 Dec 1820at:
Died: 24 Mar 1880at: Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Father: Daniel Phelps
Mother: Elisabeth Pelton
Notes: [4111]
Wife: Lucy Barber
Born: ABT 1799at: Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Died: 30 Jun 1866at: Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Father:
Mother:
Notes: [4122]
Children
Name: Daniel Phelps [4123]
Born: 26 Oct 1822at: Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Married: at:  
Died: 5 Sep 1892at: Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Spouses: Nancy Ruggles Wells

Name: Lucy Elizabeth Phelps
Born: 18 Nov 1824at: Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Married: at:  
Died: 7 Apr 1860at: Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
Spouses: George Watson , Samuel Watson


Pedigree Chart for: Noah Phelps

      /--Israel  Phelps 
   /--Noah  Phelps 
   |  \--Rachel Jones  Clark 
/--Daniel  Phelps 
|  |  /--Thomas  Abbe 
|  \--Hannah  Abbe 
|     \--Mary  Pease 
|--Noah  Phelps 
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|  /--Nathan  Pelton 
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\--Elisabeth  Pelton 
   |  /--
   \--Ruth  Thompson 
      \--

Pedigree Chart for: Lucy Barber

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|--Lucy  Barber 
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[4111]

Phelps, Noah, died Mar. 24, 1880 age 86" --Headstone Inscriptions: 109-1 Town Street Cemetery, East Windsor,Connecticut, Copied by W.J. Bowden, Dec. 7, 1934 More About NOAH PHELPS: Burial: 1880, Town Street Cemetery, East Windsor, Connecticut242,243 P&S Reference: [G705]

[4122]

"Phelps, Lucy, wife of Noah, died June 30, 1866 age 67" --Headstone Inscriptions: 109-1 Town Street Cemetery, East Windsor,Connecticut, Copied by W.J. Bowden, Dec. 7, 1934 More About LUCY BARBER: Burial: 1866, Town Street Cemetery, East Windsor, Connecticut244,245

[4123]

Phelps, Daniel, born Oct 26, 1822, died Sept. 5, 1892" --Headstone Inscriptions: 109-1 Town Street Cemetery, East Windsor,Connecticut, Copied by W.J. Bowden, Dec. 7, 1934 Mr. Phelps settled in Warehouse Point and later in East Windsor, where hedied 5 Sept. 1892. No Issue. P&S page 1469 More About DANIEL PHELPS: Burial: 1892, Town Street Cemetery, East Windsor, Connecticut248,249 P&S Reference: [G1307]

Brent Eugene Babcock / Jessica

Husband: Brent Eugene Babcock
Born: at: 
Died:at: 
Father:  at: 
Mother:  at: 
Wife: Jessica
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Children
Name: Colby Babcock
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:


Pedigree Chart for: Brent Eugene Babcock

      /--
   /--Benjamin Alva  Babcock  Sr.
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/--Benjamin Alva  Babcock  Jr.
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|--Brent Eugene  Babcock 
|     /--Mathias Cowley  Morgan 
|  /--Bruce Lowell  Morgan 
|  |  \--Mildred  Pearce 
\--Nancy Lee  Morgan 
   |  /--Mathias Cowley  Morgan 
   \--Leah  Loveland 
      \--Nancy Afton  Tolman 

Pedigree Chart for: Jessica

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This person is presumed living.

Richard Beach / Hannah Foote

Husband: Richard Beach
Born: 16 Oct 1677at: Killingsworth, Middlesex, Connecticut, USA
Married: 7 Dec 1704at: Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA
Died: at:
Father: Azariah Beach
Mother: Martha Ives
Sources: [7619]
Wife: Hannah Foote
Born: 13 Feb 1684at: Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA
Died: 8 Jul 1799at:
Father: Daniel Foote
Mother: Sarah
Sources: [7620]
Children
Name: John Beach [7617]
Born: 10 Sepat: Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Spouses: Anne Dibble

Name: Azariah Beach [7621]
Born: 3 Sep 1705at: Hebron, Tolland, Connecticut, United States
Died: at:
Spouses:


Pedigree Chart for: Richard Beach

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/--Azariah  Beach 
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Pedigree Chart for: Hannah Foote

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\--Sarah   
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Daniel Denison / (--?--)

Husband: Daniel Denison
Born: 27 Jun 1703at: New London, Connecticut, United States
Married: 14 Nov 1726at: New London, Connecticut, United States
Died: 2 Feb 1747at: New London, Connecticut, United States
Father: George Denison
Mother: Mary Brewster Wetherell
Sources: [8713]
Wife: (--?--)
Children

Pedigree Chart for: Daniel Denison

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|--Daniel  Denison 
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\--Mary Brewster  Wetherell 
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   \--Grace  Brewster 
      \--Lucretia  Oldham 

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William Phelps / Joan Church

Husband: William Phelps
Born: 1618[10058] at: Minsterworth, Gloucester, England
Married: 14 Jul 1642at: Minsterworth, Glocester, England
Died: at:
Father: John Phelps
Mother: Anne
Wife: Joan Church
Born: 1622[10086] at:
Died: ABT 1697[10087] at: Minsterworth, Gloucester, England
Father:
Mother:
Children
Name: William Phelps [10070] [10071]
Born: 16 Feb 1643[10070] at: Minsterworth, Gloucester, England
Married: at:  
Died: 1698[10071] at: Minsterworth, Gloucester, England
Spouses: Sarah Smith


Pedigree Chart for: William Phelps

      /--Robert  Phelps 
   /--Nycklas  Phelps 
   |  \--Alice   
/--John  Phelps 
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|  \--Margaret  Phelps 
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|--William  Phelps 
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\--Anne   
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Pedigree Chart for: Joan Church

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Walter Bowie Selby / Eleanor Morgan

Husband: Walter Bowie Selby
Born: at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Father: John Selby
Mother: Margaret Claggett
Wife: Eleanor Morgan
Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Children

Pedigree Chart for: Walter Bowie Selby

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/--John  Selby 
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|--Walter Bowie  Selby 
|     /--Richard  Claggett  Sr.
|  /--Edward B.  Claggett 
|  |  \--Deborah  Dorsey 
\--Margaret  Claggett 
   |  /--Richard  Claggett  Sr.
   \--Eleanor  Bowie 
      \--Mary  Mulligan 

Pedigree Chart for: Eleanor Morgan

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Joseph Southerland / Elizabeth? Chiles

Husband: Joseph Southerland
Born: 1690at:
Married: at:  
Died: 1739at:
Father: George Southerland
Mother: Elizabeth Norment
Notes: [12259]
Wife: Elizabeth? Chiles
Born: ABT 1696at:
Died: ABT 1760at:
Father: John Chiles
Mother: Mary
Notes: [12260]
Children
Name: Joseph Southerland [12250]
Born: 1734at:
Married: at:  
Died: 16 May 1807at: Louisa, Virginia, USA
Spouses: Grissell Mallory

Name: Fendall Southerland [12261]
Born: ABT 1718at: St. Johns Parish, King William County, Virginia, USA
Died: 1789at: King William County, Virginia, USA
Spouses:

Name: John Southerland [12262]
Born: ABT 1728at:
Died: 27 Mar 1771at: Dinwiddie, Virginia, United States
Spouses:

Name: Elizabeth Southerland [12263]
Born: 2 Feb 1726at:
Died: 1820at:
Spouses:


Pedigree Chart for: Joseph Southerland

      /--
   /--Alexander  Southerland 
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/--George  Southerland 
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|  \--Jean  Campbell 
|     \--
|--Joseph  Southerland 
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\--Elizabeth  Norment 
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Pedigree Chart for: Elizabeth? Chiles

      /--Walter  Chiles 
   /--Walter  Chiles 
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/--John  Chiles 
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|--Elizabeth?  Chiles 
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|  |  \--
\--Mary   
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      \--

[12259]

Carol Mitchell in Bell-Southerland Notes, January, 2001: " 1772 Herndon et al. v. Carr: By a codicil to his will annexed, datedAug 12, 1760, he empowered his executors, of whom Southerland a defendantwas one, to divide his personal estate according to his will. Within afew days afterwards, one Walter Chiles having a considerable estate inlands, slaves, and personal goods, died intestate, leaving as hisrepresentatives, the children of two deceased sisters, viz. The testatorWilliam Carr, and his younger brothers and sisters, children of theeldest sister, and the defendant Southerland and his younger brothers andsisters, children of the youngest sister. Where by the sd. William Carr,the testator and the sd Southerland, became entitled each to a moiety ofthe slaves of the said Chiles, paying to their brothers and sisters aproportion of their value. " Makes it clear that Joseph Southerland married the younger sister ofWalter Chiles. A lot of people thought that Joseph had married aFendall because of the number of Southerland children using Fendall as afirst or middle name, beginning with his own son. See: Cocke, W. Ronald, William and Mary Quarterly: Genealogical Notes Gleanedfrom Virginia Court Reports, Volume: Vol. II Ser. 2: Herndon vs Carr, Gart C.G., Jeanne Brooks, Thomas and William Carr and theChilesConnection:Tidewater Virginia Families: A Magazine of History andGenealogy; Virginia Lee Hutcheson Davis, Editor/Publisher: Volume: Vol. 4#2 p. 80-83, (August/September 1995 Thomas Jefferson, "Reports of Cases Determined in the General Court ofVirginia. [ Thomas Jefferson, "Reports of Cases Determined in the GeneralCourt of Virginia, 1730-1740 and 1768-1772 (Buffalo: William S Hein &Co., 1981)132-13 Also: " According to a manuscript in the collections of The Virginia HistoricalSociety, the Mr Southerland who married the younger sister of WalterChiles was Joseph Southerland, and their son was Fendall Southerland.[Chiles Folder, George H. S. King Papers, Mss/K 5823a. VirginiaHistorical Society, Richmond, Virginia.] Walter Chiles and his twosisters were children of John Chiles and his first wife, Mary. JohnChiles, in turn, was a son of the second Walter Chiles, whose fatherWalter Chiles (I) was first mentioned in Virginia records 2 May 1638 inCharles City County. [V.L.H. Davis, "Walter Chiles, Father and Son" Tidewater VirginiaFamilies: A Magazine of History & Genealogy, I (1992) 67-69, 120-122]" LDS Film #1395730, F839191, 1983 says about 1686

[12260]

Carol Mitchell in Bell-Southerland Notes, January, 2001 Carol Mitchell (carolmit@uasor.net) 2/14/01

[12250]

Carol Mitchell in Bell-Southerland Notes, January, 2001 Will of Joseph Southerland, Louisa Co. Virginia, 1 Apr 1807 Louisa Co.,Virginia, Deeds and Wills No. 5 1801-1817, LDS Film #0032194 ( Will pg.275, Inventory pg. 296): "In the Name of God amen I Joseph of the countyof Louisa being in a low state of health but sound mind and disposingmemory in calling to mind the uncertainty of this life do make and ordainthis as my last will and testament hereby revoking all wills by me beforemade Item first I bequeath my body to the dust and my soul to god hopingfor his mercy through the merits of the Lord Jesus Christ Item my will is that my just debts should be paid Item I leave to my loving wife during her natural life all my estate realand personal except for negroes Viz Phobe, Billy, Nat and Washington andone feather bed and furniture Item I give unto my said wife the above named negroe Washington todispose of as she pleases Item I lovingly bequeath to Cisley Bell daughter of my daughter Ann Bella negro boy named Billy to her and her heirs forever but my will is thatmy said daughter Ann should have all the profits of said boy as long asshe lives Item I give and bequeath unto the children of my daughter Susanna Bellone negroe named Nat to them and their heirs forever but my will is thatmy said daughter Susanna should have the profits of said negro as long asshe lives Item I give and bequeath unto my son Philip one negro woman named Phobeand her future increase to him and his heirs forever Item I give and bequeath unto my son Fendal C. one feather bed andfurniture to him and his heirs forever Item I give unto Samuel Arnold six pence and at the death of my wife I give and bequeath unto my son Fendal C. Southerland three negroes vizold Gilbert young Gilbert and Simon to him and his heirs forever but all the rest of my estate that I leave my said wife my will is thatit should be divided into six equal parts and I give and bequeath unto John M. Southerland one part to him and hisheirs forever and I give and bequeath unto my daughter Lucy Mallory one part to her and herheirs forever and I give unto my daughter Betsey Rixey one part to her and her heirsforever and I give and bequeath unto my granddaughter Cisley Bell daughter of mydaughter Ann one part to her and her heirs forever but it is my will thatmy daughter Ann should have the profit of said part as long as she livesand I give and bequeath unto the children of my daughter Susanna Bell onepart to them and their heirs forever but my will is that my said daughterSusanna should have the profits of said part as long as she lives and I give and bequeath unto my daughter Jane Carpenter one part to her andher heirs forever lastly I hereby constitute and appoint my son Fendal C. Southerland executor ofthis my last will and testament In witness a here (?) of I have hereuntoat my hand and seal this first day of April 1807 Signed sealed deliveredin presence of (?) Cooke Charles Nice(?) (?) Bagely John Bagely Joseph Southerland" Carol Mitchell (carolmit@uasor.net) 2/14/01

[12261]

Carol Mitchell in Bell-Southerland Notes, January, 2001: "1. Note (10). Mrs. W.C. Sutherland of Sutherland, VA in Dinwiddie,states that they of that county are descended from Fendall ChildsSutherland, b. Aug 31, 1779 and having died 15 Aug 1833 whose father wasJoseph, probably son of Fendall b. 1718. [seems Fendall ChilesSoutherland is son of Joseph son of Joseph who m. Chiles] 2. Land; Jul 1739; King William Co., Virginia, USA (10). Fendal wasgranted a patent for 200 acres in King William county, VA "being part ofthe land laid off for the Pamunkey Indians which was formerly purchasedof the Indians by George Southerland, grandfather of Fendal Southerland."The patent to Fendal, son of Joseph, dated July 1739 at which time hewould have been at least 21, fixes his birth at not later than 1718. 3. Residence; 1760; King William Co., Virginia, USA (16). 4. Adm.; 1760; Amelia Co., Virginia, USA. Fendall Sutherland was admrfor Walter Chiles. decd. And an heir. 5. Adm.; 1760; Spotsylvania Co., Virginia, USA (4). Fendall Southerlandwas an Exor. of William Carr. 6. Land; 1761-1763; Amelia Co., Virginia, USA (4, 10). A deed FendallSoutherland of St. John's parish King William county to Thomas Whitworthof Raleigh Parish, Amelia county for 222 acres for 120 pounds dated Mar27, 1761 is record in Bk 7 pg 438 of that county. Two years before,Fendall had purchased this tract from Walter Childs of Raleigh Parish. In1761 or 1762 Fendall Southerland acted as administrator of the estate ofWalter Childs and on Sept. 26, 1763, he was granted a new deed by MaryStarke and her sons Robert and William because he was dissatisfied withthe title of an 800 acre tract called Horse Pen which had been sold toWalter Childs in his lifetime. 7. Administrator; 27 Mar 1771-5 Apr 1771; Dinwiddie Co., Virginia, USA(14). Will of brother John Sutherland (found in NC) 8. Court; 1772; Virginia, USA (1, 4). Herndon et al. v. Carr: WilliamCarr, 9. Will; 1 Jul 1789; King William Co., Virginia, USA (17). FendallSoutherland, says he had a marriage settlement with his now wife Mary.Timeline: 1. Note. Don't know if she is the mother of all of his childen or not" 1782 King William County Tax List has Ferdal Southerland with 1 whitetitheable 16+, 52 slaves, 12 horses, and 45 cattle. Torrance in Winston's of Virginia, p. 401: "In 1789 'Fenl. [Fendall]Southerland' witnessed a deed from Joseph Southerland and Grizzel, hiswife, to William Mallory, of Hanover County."

[12262]

Carol Mitchell in Bell-Southerland Notes, January, 2001 Carol Mitchell (carolmit@uasor.net) 2/14/01

[12263]

Carol Mitchell in Bell-Southerland Notes, January, 2001 Carol Mitchell (carolmit@uasor.net) 2/14/01 had 12 children

John Reid / (--?--)

Husband: John Reid
Born: at: Ackenhead, Scotland
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Wife: (--?--)
Children
Name: Janet Reid [12936]
Born: at:
Married: at:  
Died: at:
Spouses: Gilbert Robertson


Pedigree Chart for: John Reid

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|--John  Reid 
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      \--

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