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Reese (Jr), William Thomas
b: 9-Feb-1910 Monroe, NC (Union County)
m: 12-Dec-1938 Philadelphia, PA
d:03-Feb-2006 Folcroft, Delaware County, PA




























Reese (Sr), William Thomas
b: 26-Jan-1868 Grovetown, GA
d: 15-Jul-1943 Hamlet, NC (Richmond County)






































































Reese, Nancy (nee:Hutchinson-Bonds)
b: 28-Jan-1874 Lowndesville, SC (Abbeville County)
d: 4-Jul-1945 Hamlet, NC (Richmond County)


















Reese, William Henry
b: 1832 Warren County GA
d: Nov, 1879 Milledgeville, GA (Baldwin County)







































Reese, Eugenia J. (nee:Hackney)
b: 1840
m: 16-May-1858 Wilkes County, GA
d: 18-Jan-1921




















Hutchinson, Milton Thomas
b: 1839
d: 1907 Lowndesville, SC

















(Hutchinson)Bonds, Mariah Jane (nee:Casey)
b: 1836
d: 12-Oct-1908 Lowndesville, SC











Reese, Simeon Averitt
b: @1800 Warren County GA
d: aft 1860 GA














Reese, ? (nee:Adams)
b: bef 1808 VA
d: aft 1832 Columbia, GA






















Hackney, John O.
b: 1816 GA
m: 1839
d: aft 1860 GA





Hackney, Margaret A. (nee:Lyle)
b: 1824 GA
d: bef 1860 Wilkes County, GA












Hutchinson, Robert
b: 2-Dec-1805
m: 19-Mar-1828
d: 24-Sep-1882







Hutchinson, Elizabeth (nee:Mecklin or McLin)
b: 7-Oct-1803
d: 1843







Casey, Stephen
b:
m:
d:

Casey, Mary (nee: McCurdy)
b: 1800






Rees, Hugh Sr.
b: 20 Dec 1742 VA
m1: ??
m2: 20 Nov 1794 Warren, GA
d: 12 Dec 1825 Columbia, GA
burr: McDuffie, GA

Rees, Elizabeth (nee:Newsom)
b: 20 Feb 1772
d: 7 Jan 1848 Columbia, GA
burr: McDuffie, GA


Adams, Arthur Sr.
b: bef 1785
m: 27 Aug 1801 Southampton Co., VA
d: Jan 1822 Columbia, GA



Adams, Elizabeth (nee:Reese)
b: @1785 Southampton Co, VA
d: aft 1850 Upson County, GA








Hackney, John
b: abt. 1789 VA
m: 25 Oct 1815 Greene, GA
d: bef 1870 Polk,GA

Hackney, Nancy (nee:Muscrove)
b: abt. 1793 GA
d: bef 1860













Hutchison, Samuel
b: abt. 1775
d: ?

Hutchinson, Elizabeth (nee:?)
b: abt. 1775
d: ?




Mecklin Sr., Capt. Hugh
d: 1846

Pickens, Eleanor




Rees, William
b: 1717
VA






Newsom, Solomon
b: 1714(5)
VA




Adams, Benjamin
b: 1726
d: @1795 Southampton County, VA

Adams, Margaret (nee:?)
b: VA
d: VA?


Reese, Randolph
b: @1757 Southampton Co, VA
d:
m: 1 Nov 1782 Southampton Co, VA

Reese, Sarah or Sally (nee: Harris)
b: @1761 Southampton Co, VA
d:





Musgrove, Harrison
b: @1750 Charles, MD
d: 1796 Oglethorpe, GA
m:
Musgrove, Jeane Jane (nee: Owen)
b:
d:


















Hutchinson, William
b: ?
d: ?

Rees, William
b: 1690
Charles City, VA
d: 1738 Prince George County, VA











Adams, Benjamin
b: 1690 Surrey
d: 1756 Sussex

Adams, Agnes (nee:?)
b: VA
d: VA?




Reese, JohnA
b: @1735
d: 13-Nov-1794 St. Luke's Parrish, Southampton Co., VA
m:
Reese, Mary (nee: Thorpe)
b: 1734 VA
d: 15-Oct-1798












Musgrove, Harrison
b: @1725
d: 1760
m:

Musgrove, Mary (nee: Warren)
b:
d:

Owen, Thomas
b: @1730
d: 1805
m:

Owen, Jane (nee: Glenn)
b:
d:
















A Reese, Joseph
b:
m:
d: 1779 Southampton Co., VA (will recorded 14-Feb-1779

Mary
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B Thorp, John
b:
m:
d: 1779 Southampton Co., VA (will recorded 10-Sep-1795)

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Reese, Dorothy Helen (nee:Love)
b: 25-Feb-1916 Mexico, Oxford County, ME
m: 10-Dec-1936 Philadelphia, PA<
d: 27-Mar-2006 Folcroft, Delaware County, PA


















Love, Percy Burdette
b: 3-Apr-1891 Charlotte, St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada
d: 24-Apr-1976 Philadelphia, PA




















































































Love, Hazel Winnifred (nee:Dean)
b: 17-Apr-1898 Augusta, Kennebec County, ME
m: 20-May-1914
d: 19-Jan-1975 Philadelphia, PA













Love, Hugh
b: 1859
d: 25-Jun-1936 St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada
m:@1881 Maine








Love, Rosa Ella (nee:Tracy)
b: aft 1860
d: 1906
















































































Dean, Walter P.
b: 23-Feb-1878 Farmingdale, Kennebec County, ME
m:01 Jan 1895
d:23 Oct 1958 North Anson, ME




















































Dean, Alice Scofield (nee:Clark)
b:27 Nov 1879 Augusta, Kennebec County, ME
d:03 Jun 1938 Rumford, Oxford County, ME











Love, William
b: 1829
d: 22 Jul 1898 St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada
m:








Tracy, Foster Jacob
b:09 Apr 1840 Cherryfield, Washington, ME
m1:12 Jul 1860 Steuben, Washington, ME
m2:18 Jan 1898 Sherman Mills, ME
d:22 Oct 1909 Sherman Station, Penobscot, ME
















Tracy, Melissa (nee:Leighton)






























Dean, Simeon Pierce
b:04 Mar 1856, Augusta, Kennebec County, ME
m:09 Jun 1877 Farmingdale, ME
d:16 Dec 1937 Greenville, ME




















Dean, Addie B. (nee:Peacock)
b:30 May 1859 Gardiner, ME
d:09 May 1888 Farmingdale, ME





















Clark, Anson Stanley
b: 1836
d:02 Mar 1895 Augusta, Kennebec, ME

































Clark, Annie Marie (nee:Simpson)
b: 1846 Augusta, Kennebec, ME
m:02 Dec 1865 Augusta, Kennebec County, ME
d:20 Nov 1884 Augusta, Kennebec County, ME






Love, James
b:15 Jun 1783 Belfast, Antrim, Ireland
d:05 Jun 1841 Fairfield, OH
UNCONFIRMED
Love, Frances (Fanny) (nee: Donald)
b: abt 1788 Lorne, Ireland




Tracy, Eli
b:15 Apr 1806 Cherryfield, Washington, Maine
d:15 Jul 1888
m:18 Jun 1839 Cherryfield, Washington, Maine





Tracy, Diadama (nee: Diadem Smith)
18 Oct 1816 Steuben, Washington Co., Maine
d:1901 Cherryfield, Washington Co, Maine









Leighton, Ebenezer Jordan
b:7 Aug 1801 Cherryfield, Washington, Maine
d:07 May 1891 Steuben, Washington, Maine
m1:1828 Steuben, Washington, Maine





Leighton, Drusilla (nee: Wilson)
24 Oct 1807 Cherryfield, Washington Co., Maine
d:18 Oct 1857 Cherryfield, Washington Co, Maine (typhoid fever)









Dean, Bethuel Pierce
b:26 Nov 1817 Middleboro, MA
m: by 1839
d:24 Jul 1855 Farmingdale, MA


Dean, Sarah Smith (nee: Wood)
b:30 May 1817
d:12 Jan 1891 Farmingdale, ME









Peacock, Aaron F.
b:15 Sep 1838 Gardiner, ME
m:16 Nov 1858
d:29 Nov 1914 Litchfield, ME








Peacock, Sophia E. (nee: Ridley)
b: 1841 Great Falls, NH
d:11 Feb 1869 Gardiner, ME












Clark 3rd, William
b: 1803 ME
m:16 Dec 1830
d:12 Mar 1890






Clark, Ann (nee:Smith)
b:11Feb1799 Hallowell, Kennebec County, ME
m:16 Dec 1830
d:31 May 1856 Augusta, Kennebec County, ME












Simpson, John Spear
b:20 May 1804 Brunswick, Cumberland, ME
m:abt 1830
d:05 Feb 1847 Brunswick, Cumberland, ME






Simpson, Catherine (nee:Skolfield)
b:30 Apr 1810 Brunswick, Cumberland, ME
d:21 Oct 1845 Brunswick, Cumberland, ME

Love, Robert

Love, Annie (nee: Hewiston)





Tracy, Phineas
b:04 Feb 1777 Cherryfield, Washington, Maine
d:15 Jul 1888
m: 24 Sep 1796 Cherryfield, Washington, ME

Tracy, Ruth (nee: Tibbetts)







Smith, Job
b:03 Sep 1782
d:11 Aug 1865 Cherryfield, Washington Co., ME
m: 1808

Smith, Bethiah (nee: Stevens)









Leighton, Joseph
b:01 Apr 1755 Barrington, Strafford, NH
d:Aug 1832 Cherryfield, Washington, ME
m:1790

Leighton, Betsey (nee: Jordan)
b:1757 Harrington, Washington, ME
d:1806









Wilson, Mark
b:26 Sep 1782 Cherryfield, Washington, ME
m: 1806
d:15 Feb 1866 Cherryfield, Washington, ME

Wilson, Sarah (Sally) (nee: Small)
b:13 Mar 1787 Machias, Washington, ME
d:27 Nov 1855 Cherryfield, Washington, ME






Dean, Lewis
b:17 Feb 1789 Taunton, MA
m: by 1813
d:25 Aug 1829

Dean, Rebecca (nee: Pierce)
b:09 Oct 1789 Middleboro, MA



















Peacock, Nicholas
b:09 Mar 1813 Gardiner, ME
m:18 Aug 1836
d:23 Mar 1847 Gardiner, ME






Peacock, Grace (nee: Ward)
b:05 Jul 1816 Bowdoin, ME
d:22 Sep 1898 Litchfield, ME






Clark, William Sr.
b: ?
d: ?
Mother Unknown












Smith, Roland (Private)
b:27 Aug 1761 Middleborough, MA
m:24 Nov 1793
d:21 Mar 1840 Augusta, Kennebec County, ME















Smith Nancy (Anna) Buringame (nee:Clark)
b:21 Nov 1767 Hallowell, Me

d:14 Feb 1864 Augusta, ME













Scolfield, Jacob
b:07 Nov 1779 Merepoint, Brunswick, Cumberland, ME
m:05 Feb 1807
d:30 May 1860 Merepoint, Brunswick, Cumberland, ME






Scolfield, Hannah Chase (nee:Stanwood)
b:12 Dec 1788 Merepoint Road, Brunswick, Cumberland, ME
d:31 Dec 1844 Brunswick, Cumberland, ME







Tracy, Jonathan
b:24 Mar 1746 Falmouth, Cumberland, Maine
d:1796 Steuben, Washington, Maine
m: Washington, ME









Smith, Job7
b:04 Feb 1754 Middleboro, Plymouth County, MA
c:04 Apr 1762
d:21 Dec 1821 Steuben, Washington Co., ME
m:09 Jan 1777 Middleboro, Plymouth County, MA

Smith, Diadama (nee: Booth)
b: 1755 Middleboro, Plymouth County, MA
d:25 Feb 1829 Steuben, Washington Co., ME





Leighton, Thomas
b:13 Nov 1725 Dover, Strafford, NH
d:9 Mar 1813 Steuben, Washington, ME
m: Washington, ME
m:30 Nov 1745

Leighton, Margaret (nee: Murray)










Deane, Sylvester8
b:Taunton, MA




  Dean, unknown (nee: ?)










Peacock, Edward, Jr.10
b: 1785
m: 7 Dec 1805
d: 14 Apr 1863 Gardiner, ME






Peacock, Hannah (nee: Booker)11
b: 1786
d: 21 Aug 1873






Ward, John
m: 22 Sep 1810






Ward, Sarah (nee: Adams)
b: 12 Apr 1787 Bowdoin, ME
d:






Smith III, Nathaniel1
b: 19-Oct-1729 Rehoboth, MA
d: 8-Apr-1816

Smith, Susannah (nee:Clark)2
b: 7-Nov-1732 Harwich, MA (Barnstable)
m: 8-Mar-1756
d: 12-Aug-1817






Clark, Isaac21
b: 5-Aug-1741 Attleboro, MA
m: 1-Jan-1767
d: 30-Jun-1824 Hallowell, ME

Clark, Alice (nee:Philbrook)22
b: 1745
d: 15-Aug-1810 Hallowell, ME




1Smith III, Nathaniel
b: 19-Oct-1729 Rehoboth, MA
d: 8-Apr- 1816




















2Smith, Susannah nee: Clark
b: 7-Nov-1732 Harwich, MA (Barnstable)
m: 8-Mar-1756
d: 12-Aug-1817



Smith (Jr.)(Captain), Nathaniel
b: ?
d:
Smith, Deborah Susannah nee: Wood
b: ?
m: 11-Dec-1718
d: ?











Clark, Roland
b: 9-Apr-1704 Harwich, MA (Barnstable)
d: 10-Mar-1745








Clark, Lidia nee: Dillingham
b: 21-Jun-1705 Harwich, MA (Barnstable)
m: 5-Nov-1724
d: ?
Smith (Sr.), Nathaniel
b: ?
d:















Clark, Thomas
b: 10-Jul-1672 Boston, MA
d: 11-Nov-1759 Harwich, MA

Clark, Sarah nee: Gray
b: ?
d: ?






Dillingham (Jr.) John
b: 1661
d: ?






































Dillingham, Lidia (nee:Chapman)
b: 15 Dec 1679
m: 1700
d: 4 Sep 1760 Harwich, MA












Clark, Andrew
b: 1635
d: 1706
Clark, Mehitable (nee:Scottoway)
b: 14 Dec 1648 Boston, MA
m: 1671
d: 24 Apr 1712 Harwich, MA







Dillingham (Lt.), John
b: 1630
m: 24 Mar 1650 or 53 Sandwich, MA
d: 21 May 1715
























Dillingham, Elizabeth (nee:Feake)
b: ? Harwich, MA (Barnstable)
d: ?









Chapman, Isaac
b: 4 Aug 1647 MA
d: 9 Jun 1737 Dennis, MA






















Chapman, Rebecca (nee:Leonard)
b: 1657
m: 2 Sep 1678
d: 15 Mar 1736 Dennis, MA





Clarke, Thomas
b: Mar 1599 Stephney, England (Middlesex)
d: 24 Mar 1697 Plymouth, MA (Burial Hill)
Clarke, Susannah (nee:Ring)
b: ? Leyden, Holland
d: ?







Dillingham, Edward
b: 6 Dec 1595 Cottesbach, Leicestershire, England
d: 1 May 1667 Sandwich, MA












Dillingham, Ursula (nee:Carter)
b: ?
d: 6 Feb 1656 Sandwich, MA







Feake, Henry
b: @1590 ?
d: 1657/58 Newtown, LI, NY

Jane Woolstone
b: ?
d: after 1633




Chapman, Ralph
b: 9 Dec 1615 St. Savior's, Southwark, Surrey, England
m: 24 Nov 1642 Duxbury, Plymouth, MA
d: 4 Jun 1672 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA
em: the ELIZABETH 1635


Chapman, Lydia (nee:Willis)
b: 1621
m: 23-Nov-1642
d: ?















Leonard, James
b: 1620 Pontypool, Monmouthshire, Wales
d:abt 1690 Bristol, MA



Leonard, Mary Margaret (nee:Martin)
b: 1619 Wales
d: 1664 Bristol, MA




Clark, John
b: ?
d: 1623 Jamestown, Virginia

Clark, Mary (nee:Morton)
b: ?
d: ?
Ring, William
b: ?
d: ?
Ring, Mary
b: ?
d: ?


Dillingham, Henry (Rev.)
b: 1568
d: 4-Dec-1625 Cottesbach, Leicestershire, England

Dillingham, Oseth (nee:?)
b: abt 1572 ?
d: 16-Jun-1609 Cottesbach, Leicestershire, England



Carter, Edward










Feake, John
b:
m:16-Nov-1586

Feake, Cicely (nee) Reeve






Chapman, John
b: 1589 Diss, Norfolk, England
Chapman, Annabel (nee: Balles)






Willis, Isaac
b:1595 England
d: 28 Nov 1671 (W.D.)


Luce, Margaret
b: 1599 England









Leonard, Thomas
b: 12 May 1577 Chevening, Kent, England
d: 6 Nov 1638 Bristol, MA



Leonard, Lydia (nee:White)
b: 1587 Wales
d: 1701 Wales
















Dillingham, William (Rev.)3
b: 1540 Deane, Bedford, England
d: 24-Feb-1603 Cottesbach, Leicestershire, England


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Feake, Simon

Feake, Alice (nee)?










Chapman, Thomas

Chapman, Elizabeth (nee: Kings)





















Leonard, Sampson
b: 1544 Knole, Kent, England
d: 21 Sep 1615 Kent, England



Leonard, Margaret (nee:Fiennes)4
b: 1540 Monmouthshire, Wales
d:10 Mar 1610 Kent, England









3Dillingham, William (Rev.)
b: 1527 Cottesbach, Leicestershire, England
d: 24-Feb-1603 Cottesbach, Leicestershire, England



Dillingham, John
b: ?
d:
Dillingham, Joan nee: Olyff
b: Jun-1493 or 1497
d: 1558










Olyff, Richard































4Fiennes, Thomas
b: 1516 Sussex, England
d: 29 June 1541 London, Middlesex, England



Fiennes, Mary (nee:Neville)
b:
d:

























Fiennes, Thomas Sussex, England
b: abt 1495
d: 26 Oct 1528 Sussex, England

Fiennes, Joan Dudley (nee: Sutton)
b: Jun-1493 or 1497
d: 1558




















Fiennes, Thomas
b: 1471 Sussex, England
d: 9 Sep 1533 Sussex, England

Fiennes, Anna (nee: Bourchier)
b:
d:















Fiennes, John
b: 1449 Sussex, England
d: 1483 Sussex, England

Fiennes, Alice (nee: Fitzhugh)
b: 1448 Yorkshire, England
d: 10 Jul 1513 Sussex, England










Fiennes, Richard
b: 1415 Sussex, England
d: 25 Nov 1483











Fiennes, Joan (nee: De Dacre)
b:abt. 1433 Northumberland, England
d:8 Mar 1485/86 Sussex, England








Fiennes, Roger
b: 14 Sep 1384 Sussex, England
d:bef 18 Nov 1449 Sussex, England

Fiennes, Elizabeth (nee: Holland)
b:
d:


Dacre, Thomas
b: 1410 Brampton, Cumberland, England
d: Cumberland, England







Dacre, Elizabeth (nee: Bowett)
b: 1405 Norfolkshire, England
d: Cumberland, England
Fiennes, William5
b: 1357 Sussex, England
d: 18 Jan 1401 Sussex, England

Fiennes, Elizabeth (nee: Battisford)
b:
d:



de Dacre, Thomas
b: 27-Oct-1387, Naworth Castle, England
m:abt 1409
d: 6-Jan-1456/7 Cumberland, England

de Dacre, Phillippa (nee: de Neville)
b: 1386 Raby, Durham, England
d:aft 8-Jul-1453 Cumberland, England































5Fiennes, John
b:abt 1301 Sussex, England
d: 5 Apr 1351 Sussex, England

Fiennes, Maud (nee: De Monceaux)
b:
d:

























Fiennes, John Buckingshire, England
b: abt 1280
d: 1331

Fiennes, Joan (nee: Jordan)
b:
d:




















De Fiennes, Giles
b:abt 1250 Buckingshire, England
d: 1293

De Fiennes, Sibyl (nee: Filiol)
b:
d:















De Fiennes, Ingelram
b:abt 1210 Tolleshunt, Essex, England
d: 1265
m: 1224 Hampden, Buckinghamshire, England

De Fiennes, Maude (nee: Hampden)
b:
d:










De Fiennes, William
b:abt 1185 Buckinghamshire, England
d: 1241 Holy Land

De Fiennes, Agnes (nee: Dammartin)
b:
d:





De Fiennes, Ingelram
b:abt 1147 Martock, Somersetshire, England
m: abt 1172
d:1190 Siege of Acre, Holy Land, Jerusalem

De Fiennes, Sibyl (nee: De Tingrie)
b: abt 1151 Boulogne, Normandy, France
d: after 1223
De Fiennes, Alan6
b:abt 1121 Castle, Dover, Kent, England
m: 1146
d:

De Fiennes, Mrs.
b:abt 1123 Castle, Dover, Kent, England
















6De Fiennes, John
b:abt 1095 Castle, Dover, Kent, England
m: abt 1120
d:

De Fiennes, Mrs.
b:abt 1099 Castle, Dover, Kent, England










De Fiennes, James
b: abt 1069 Castle, Dover, Kent, England
m: abt 1094
d:

De Fiennes, Mrs.
b:abt 1073 Castle, Dover, Kent, England





De Fiennes, John
b:abt 1043 Fiennes, Bolonois, France
m: 1068 Castle, Dover, Kent, England
d:

De Fiennes, Mrs.
b:abt 1047 Castle, Dover, Kent, England




















 















 










 





 
 





















7Smith, John
b:10 Feb 1728/29 Taunton, Plymouth Co., MA
aft 1771 Middleboro, Plymouth Co., MA
m: int 12 Aug 1749






















Smith, Annah (nee: Macomber)
b: 2 Jan 1726 Taunton, Plymouth Co., MA
d: Middleboro, Plymouth Co., MA















Smith, Nathaniel
b: Taunton, Plymouth Co., MA

Smith, Elizabeth (nee: ??)


























Macomber, John
b:18 Mar 1680/81 Taunton, Plymouth Co., MA
d: 14 Dec 1747 Taunton, Plymouth Co., MA
bur: Staples Street Cemetery, Taunton, MA
m: 17 Mar 1707/08 Taunton, Plymouth Co., MA

Macomber, Elizabeth (nee: Williams)











Smith, Nathaniel
b:2 Sep 1675 Weymouth, Norfolk Co., MA
d: bef 11 May 1725 Litchfield, Conn.
m: @ 1697 Rehoboth, MA












Smith, Ann (nee: Hoskins)
b: 14 Feb 1678 Taunton, Plymouth Co., MA
d: Litchfield, Conn








Macomber, John
b: 1640/60 Taunton, Plymouth Co., MA
d: 1724/25
m: 16 Jul 1678 Taunton, Plymouth Co., MA

Macomber, Ann (nee: Evans)









Smith, Nathaniel
b: 8 Jun 1639 Weymouth, Norfolk Co., MA
d: @1702 Taunton, Plymouth Co., MA
m: @ 1670 Weymouth, Norfolk Co., MA

Smith, Experience (nee: ??)
b:





Hoskins, William
b: 30 Nov 1647 Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA
d: 27 May 1730 Taunton, MA
m: 3 Jul 1677 Taunton, MA

Hoskins, Sarah (nee: Caswell)
b: 30 Nov 1658 Taunton, MA
d: bef 1730








Macomber, John
b: abt 26 Oct 1613 England
d: 1687/90 Taunton, Plymouth Co., MA
m: 7 Jan 1686 Taunton, Plymouth Co., MA p> Macomber, Mary (nee: Babcock)






Smith, James
b: @1610/1615 England
d: 1676 Weymouth, Norfolk Co., MA
Smith, Joane (nee: ??)
b:








Hoskins, William
b: 1615/16 Co. Cork, Ireland
d: 7 Sep 1695 MA
m: 21 Dec 1638 Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA

Hoskins, Ann (nee: Hinds)
b: 1616 England
d: 1665 Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA







Macomber, John
b: 1585 Bridport, Dorsetshire, England
d: 1650 Bridport, Dorsetshire, England
m: 8 Jun 1607 St Mary's Parish, Bridport, Dorsetshire, England



Macomber, Edith (nee: Locke)
1587 Bridport, Dorsetshire, England
d: 10 May 1636 Bridport, Dorsetshire, England






 
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Hoskins, Henry
b: @ 1591 Aghadown, Cork, Ireland
d: 1634 Co. Cork, Ireland
m: @1612 Ireland

Hoskins, Anne (nee: Winthrop)
b: 1594 Aghadown, Cork, Ireland
d:1638 Ireland














Locke, William
b: 1559 England

Locke, Elizabeth (nee:??)
b: @ 1563





 
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d:

 
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Winthrop, John
b: 20 Jan 1545/46 Groton Manor, Suffolk, England
d: 26 Jul 1613 Aghadown, Cork, Ireland
m: @1592 Cork, Ireland

Winthrop, Elizabeth (nee: Powlden)
b: 1570 Rothgogan, Cork, Ireland
d:1638 Ireland







Locke, John
b:


Locke, Priscilla (nee: Alsen)
 


















8Dean, Sylvester
b: Taunton, MA


















Dean, Solomon
b: 1722 Taunton, MA
d: Mar 1784 Taunton, MA













Dean, Mary (nee: Williams)
b: 1722 Taunton, MA
d: @1788 Taunton, MA











Dean, Ezra, Dr.
b: 14-Oct-1680 Taunton, MA
d: 1-Jul-1737 Taunton, MA




Dean, Abigail (nee: Brintnell)
b:
d: by 1778 Taunton, MA





Dean, Ezra
b: @1647 Taunton, MA
m: 16-Dec-1676
d: 1732 Taunton, MA

Dean, Bethia (nee: Edson)
b: 1653 Bridgewater, MA
d: by 1732 Taunton, MA



Dean, Walter
bp: 13-May-1612 So. Chard England
m: by 1637 Taunton, MA
d: 1659 Taunton, MA
em: 1637 "SPEEDWELL" to Plymouth, MA







Dean, Eleanor (nee: Strong)
bp: 12-Oct-1609
d: Taunton, MA
em: "MARY & JOHN"

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Deane, William
b: @1574 So. Chard England
m: by 1598
d: 22-Jul-1634 So. Chard, Somersetshire, England

Deane, Margaret(nee: Wickham)


Strong
b: So. Chard England
d: So. Chard, England

Strong, unknown (nee: ?)


















8b
Deane, Walter
b: 1545 So. Chard, England
m: 12-Nov-1565 Buckland St. Mary, Somerset
d: 1591 So. Chard, Somerset, England

Deane, Joan (nee: Walsele)
b: 1547 Buckland Saint Mary, Somersetshire, England
d: 10-May-1597 So. Chard, Somersetshire, England











Deane, John
b:
d:

Deane, Johanna (nee: Sellwood )
b:
d: 2-Oct-1563











Denne, Michael
b:1440 Denne Hill, Kingston, Kent, England
d:1493 Denne, Kingstone, Kent, England

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b:
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Denne, John
b:@1407 Denne, Kingstone, Kent, England
m: @1435 in Kingstone, Kent, England
d:Dec 1475 Denne, Kingstone, Kent, England

Denne, Alice (nee:Arderne)
b:@1412 Kingstone, Kent, England
d: 1506 Denne, Kingstone, Kent, England



Denne, Thomas
b: @1370 Denne, Kingstone, Kent, England
m: @1400 Kingstone
d: 1420 Denne, Kingstone, Kent, England

Denne, Isabella (nee: de Earde)
b:
d:

Denne, Sir Richard 8c
b: 1330 Denne Hill, Kingstone, Kent, England
m: 1365 Challock, Kent, England
d: 1391 Denne Hill, Kinstone, Kent, England

Denne, Agnes (nee: de Apulderfield)
b: 1340 Challock, Kent, England


















8c
Denne, Sir William
b: @1302 Kingstone, Kent, England
m: 1327 Kingstone, Kent, England
d: 1346 Kingstone, Kent, England

Denne, Elizabeth (nee: de Gatton)
b: 1306 Kent, England
d: 1334 Denne Hill, Kingstone, Kent, England











Denne, John
b: 1275 Kingstone, Kent, England
d: 1328 Denne Hill, Kingstone, Kent, England

Denne, (nee:)
b:
d:











Denne, Walter
b: 1245 Kingstone, Kent, England
d:1280 Denn Hill, Kingstone, Kent, England

Denne, (nee:)
b:
d:





Denne, Walter
b:@1217 Kingstone, Kent, England
m:
d:1256 Denne, Kingstone, Kent, England

Sybylla
b:
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de Denne, Sir Alured
b: @1185 Denn, Kingstone, Kent, England
m: @1215 Kingstone
d: 1256 Denn Hill, Kingstone, Kent, England

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b:
d:

de Denn, William 8d
b: 1157 Warehampton, England
m:
d: 1190 Denn Hill, Kinstone, Kent, England

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8d
De Dene, Amfridus
b: @1125 Buckhurst, Sussex, England
m: 1145 Sussex, England
d: 1157 Warehampton, England

de Dene (nee:)
b:
d:











De Dene, Ralph (Radulphus)
b: 1088 Buckhurst, Sussex, England
d: 1120 Sussex, England

De Dene, Sybella(nee: de Gatton)
b:
d:











De Dene, Robert
b: 1050 Sussex, England
d:1088 Kent, England

De Dene, (nee:)
b:
d:





De Dene, Robert
b:@1030 Buckhurst, Withyham, Sussex, England
m: @1049 Sussex, England
d: 1050 Sussex, England

De Dene, (nee:)
b:
d:



de Dene, Robert
b: @990 England
m:
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  A ... Adams

 

 
Adams, Arthur Augustus married Elizabeth Reese    
b: @1775
d: Jan 1822 Columbia, GA
m: 27 Aug 1801 Southampton Co, VA

Elizabeth:
b: @1785 Southampton Co, VA
d: aft 1850 Upson Co, GA
m: 27 Aug 1801 Southampton Co, VA

father: Benjamin Adams
mother: Margaret

Arthur Adams married Elizabeth Reese, daughter of Randolph and Sarah "Sally" Harris Reese, in Southampton Co., Va. August 27, 1801.

They were the parents of Benjamin Adams, born February 16, 1803, in Virginia; Sarah Adams, married Wike Ivey; Charity Adams, married Jesse B. Farr (of Upson County, Ga.); and an unknown daughter who married Simeon Reese.

They moved to Columbia Co., Ga. about 1808 and Arthur Adams died there in January, 1822. (RootsWeb.com Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: adams.txt))

Roll M33-7, Page 53, Image 61

enumerator: Captain Benjamin Watson ... District #9

Arthur Adams:

1 free white male from 16 to 18
2 free white males from 16 to 26
1 free white male from 26 to 45
2 free white females from 10 to 16
1 free white female from 26 to 45
2 persons engaged in Agriculture

John R. Adams, editor of the TAYLOR COUNTY TRACER, the newsletter of the Taylor Co., GA. Genealogical-Historical Society, shared this with me in October of 2001:

Taken from Rare Folder Columbia Co., Ga. at Georgia Archives October 1986

Sworn statement by George Darsey to duties required as guardian of Charity Adams, monor and orphan of Arthur Adams, Dec. 4 Sep. 1826 $200 bond - by Geo. Darsey, Joseph Langston & William Upton. Petition for guardianship.

We the heirs of the Estate of Arthur Adams, dec'd, petition the Court that Geo. Darsey be appointed guardian for Charity Adams, minor, and that there may be a division in the estate as all the heirs of the said estate is of lawful age and married but Miss Charity. We hope the above will meet the appanation? of said Court. Dated 20 day June 1826.

Signed;
Charity Adams
Elizabeth Adams
Wike Ivy
Benjamin Adams
Simeon Rees

Children of Arthur Adams and Elizabeth Reese Adams of Virginia

Benjamin Franklin
b: 16-Feb-1803 Southampton, Co, VA
d: 26-Mar-1863
m: 18-Dec-1823 Emily Ivey Warren County, GA
- Arthur 9-Oct-1824
- Amanda 3-Dec-1826
- Dinkins 20-Jan-1828
- Benjamin 15-Apr-1829
- Wm David 10-Sep-1830
- Elizabeth 12-Jan-1832
- Curtis Albert 15-Aug-1833
- Drucilla Margaret 3-May-1836
- Emily 15-Mar-1841
- Joseph Randall 25-Jan-1843
- Lillian Miranda 8-Mar-1845
- Elline Annet Manervia
- Eveline J. @1849
- Davis P. @1854
- Eldora @1855
John R.
b: 16-Feb-1803
m:
d: @1822
Sarah Elizabeth
b: @1804 VA
m: Wike Ivey
d: 28-Nov-1881
- Charity 1823
- Mary Ann 15-Jan-1825
- Martha 1826
- Seaborn 1829 - Benjamin Arthur 1832
- Solomun Newsum 15-Mar-1834
- James M. 1835
Elijah ? (from William Taylor Wittel wwittel@aol.com)
b: @1806 VA
m:
d:
?
b: @1806 VA
m: Simeon Reese

Charity
b: 22-Jan-1808 VA
d: 16-Mar-1881 Upson Co, GA
m: 28-Nov-1830 Jesse B. Farr, GA
- Mary Emerline 29-Nov-1831
- Elizabeth Jane 14-Apr-1834
- Sarah E. 26-Jan-1836
- Arthur 25-Sep-1838
- William Jefferson    b: 9-Oct-1842 Upson Co., GA
   d: 24-Feb-1919 Wilcox Co., GA

Adams, Benjamin married Margaret    
b:
d: @1795 Southampton, VA
father:
mother:

Benjamin Adams of Southampton Co., Va. died about 1795. His will was dated October 30, 1794 and probated March 12, 1795. His wife was named Margaret and her maiden name is unknown at this time.

The children listed in the will were as follows: daughter Sally Ivey, wife of Adam Ivey; daughter Priscilla Prince, wife of Joseph Prince; daughter Nancy; son Arthur; daughter Betsy, (Elizabeth) wife of Jordan Pate; Charlotte, wife of Herbert Pate; granddaughter Sally Adams; and wife Margaret. (RootsWeb.com Isearch-cgi 1.20.06 (File: adams.txt)).

Children of Benjamin and Margaret Adams of Virginia

Sally
b:VA
m: Adam Ivey
Priscilla
b:VA
m: Joseph Prince
Nancy
b:VA
Arthur
b:
Elizabeth (Betsy)
b:
m:Jordan Pate
Charlotte
b:
m:Herbert Pate


 

  C ... Casey, Chapman, Clark(e)

 

 

Casey-Bonds, Mariah Jane lived with M.T. Hutchinson
   
b:1836 in Lowndesville, SC (Abbeville)
d: 12-Oct-1908 in Lowndesville, SC (Abbeville)
father: Stephen Casey
mother: Mary McCurdy
1st marriage: S.J. Bonds abt. 1849-1850

The 1900 census lists M.J. Bonds as "housekeeper", living in the household of M.T. Hutchinson. We took a research trip to Lowndesville, SC in 1995 and met the local historian, Mr. Arnette Carlisle, who had been married to a niece of M.J. Bonds. The story, as he told us, was that Mariah had been married to S.J. Bonds at the age of 14 and had 6 children by him. He thought the S.J. stood for Sugarus Josepheus Bonds but it could also be S. Jefferson Bonds. They moved to Coosa County Alabama where they lived until S.J. joined the Confederate Army and was killed in the Civil War around 1864. He is believed to be buried near Nashville, TN, maybe in the National Cemetery at Murfreesboro. Mariah, with 5 children (Mary, Marion, Reese, Sanford and John), traveled by wagon, alone, back to SC where Mariah had 6 more children. It is believed that she had these children while living with M.T. Hutchinson but did not marry him because she did not want to lose a Civil War pension she was receiving for being the wife of Bonds. M.T. Hutchinson also received a Civil War pension as he was wounded three times and captured on 28-Jul-1864.

Mr. Carlisle took us to both the Providence and Smyrna Cemetaries in Lowndesville where most of the Hutchinsons and Bonds are buried. He also took us to the family cemetery of Casey deep in the woods, where it is believed that Mariah's mother, Mary Casey, is buried.

S.J.'s parents, Isham R. Bonds married Nancy L. Harris, 12-Nov-1832 in Elbert County, GA.

Mariah is buried in the Smyrna Cemetery in Lowndesville, SC (Abbeville County)

Children of Mariah and S.J. Bonds

James H.
b:1850
Sanford
b:1851
Mary
b:1854
d:1896 Smyrna Cemetery Lowndesville, Abbeville County, SC
m:Parnell
Reese
b:1855
Marion
b:12/1859
d:7-Jun-1927 Smyrna Cemetery Lowndesville, Abbeville County, SC
m:Ida Simpson
John Harrison
b:30-Aug-1860
d:22-Apr-1929 Smyrna Cemetery Lowndesville, Abbeville County, SC
m:Amanda Hagood
Children of Mariah and M.T. Hutchinson (all maintained the Bonds name)
Richard Dickerson
b:2-Aug-1870
d:12-Feb-1933 Smyrna Cemetery Lowndesville, Abbeville County, SC
m:Nora A. Byrnes
Allen Mason
b:1-Jan-1872
d:8-Aug-1937
m:Mary and 2nd Gertrude Campbell
Nancy Brooks
b:28-Jan-1874
d:4-Jul-1945 Hamlet, Union County, NC
m:William Thomas Reese, Sr. 22-Dec-1895
Boozer
b:27-Jul-1875
d:5-Dec-1954 Smyrna Cemetery Lowndesville, Abbeville County, SC
m:Rosella loftis 1-Jan-1899 and 2nd Annie Teresa Brown 10-Aug-1918
Jack Benson
b:3-Jun-1880
d:25-Dec-1962 Raleigh, NC
m:Kate
Wade Hampton
b:3-May-1882
d:15-Mar-1944 Smyrna Cemetery Lowndesville, Abbeville County, SC
m:Mattie Lee Harper 24-May-1922

1850 Anderson County, South Carolina census:
.
. . NAME RELATION AGE OCC BIRTH . .
995 . CASEY, Mary
Maria(h) Bonds
James H.
Malinda Casey
Edward Casey
Head
daughter
.
.
.
.
50
14
1/2
6
2
Keeping House SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
. .
1860 Coosa County, Alabama census:
.
. . NAME RELATION AGE OCC BIRTH . .
516
.
.
517
. BONDS, Isom R.
Nancy Bonds
F.M. Bonds
S.J. Bonds
Mariah Bonds
Sanford Bonds
Mary Bonds
Reece Bonds
Marion Bonds
Head
wife
son
Head
wife
son
daughter
son
son
49
43
23
26
22
9
6
5
3
farmer
housewife
farm labor
farmer
housewife
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
SC
. .
1900 Abbeville County, South Carolina census:
.
. . NAME RELATION AGE OCC BIRTH .
B532
.
.
.
. BONDS, M.J.
Benson Bonds
Head
son
62
20
Housekeeper
lodger
SC
SC
Enumerated with M.T. Hutchinson
Enumerated with M.T. Hutchinson
1900 Lowndesville Township, South Carolina census:
.
. . NAME RELATION AGE OCC BIRTH . .
188 . Hutchinson, M.T.
Bonds, M.J.
Bonds, Benson
Bonds, Hampton
Parnell, Minnie
.
.
60
62
20
18
13
farmer
housekeeper, widow
lodger
lodger
lodger
SC
SC
.
45 yrs wed, 12 children, 10 still alive


Casey, Stephen married Mary McCurdy
   
b: @1800
d: ?
father: ? Casey
mother: ?
Marriage: Mary McCurdy

Children of Mary and Stephen Casey

Mariah
b:1836
Malinda(y)
b:1844
Edward
b:1848
d:
m:

Chapman, Isaac married Rebecca Leonard 2-Sep-1678    
b: 4-Aug-1647 Marshfield, MA
d: 9-Jun-1737 Barnstable, MA
m: 2-Sep-1678 Barnstable, MA
father:   Ralph Chapman
mother: Lydia Wills

Genealogical Notes of Barnstable Families by Amos Otis pub. 1888, Descendants of Ralph Chapman by Charles B. Gerard 1876, Mayflower Descendants Vol 2-Vital Records of Marshfield, Mass and Vol 14-Vital Records of Sandwich, Mass.

Rebecca is reported having died in Dennis, MA

Children of Isaac and Rebecca
Lidia
b:15-Dec-1679
d:4-Sep-1760
m:John Dillingham, Jr. @1700
John
b:12-May-1681
d:
Hannah
b:26-Dec-1682
d:6-Jul-1689
James
b:5-Aug-1685
d:
Abigail
b:11-Jul-1687
d:
Hannah
b:10-Apr-1690
d:
Isaac
b:29-Dec-1692
d:12-Dec-1776
m:Mary Paddock 11-Mar-1741
Ralph
b:19-Jan-1695
d:8-Feb-1779
m:Elizabeth Wing 24-Oct-1723
Rebecca
b:10-Jun-1697
d:24-Jan-1777

Chapman, Ralph married Lydia Willis 24-Nov-1642    
b: 9 Dec 1615 St. Savior's, Southwark, Surrey, England
c: 9 Dec 1615 Diss, Co. Norfolk, England
d: 4 Jun 1672 Marshfield, MA
m: 23-Nov-1642 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA
father: John Chapman
mother:
Ralph Chapman was born on 9-Dec-1615 in St. Savior's, Southwark, Surrey, England. Ralph was a shipwright or ship's carpenter and in April, 1635, at the age of 20, he left England in the ship Elizabeth, of London.

In 1640 he was a resident of Duxbury, Mass., where he received grants of land. In 1645-'56 he kept a ferry at North river, Scituate, Mass. In 1876 a genealogy of his family was printed by C. B. Gerard, Esq., now of Anderson, Ind. (excerpt from A Genealogy of Edward Chapman of Ipswich, Massachusetts 1642-1678 and His Descendants by Jacob Chapman 1893.)

Ralph was made a FREEMAN in Marshfield, MA during the year 1643. He operated a ferry at Green Harbour during this time. He died on 4-Jun-1672 in Marshfield, Plymouth, MA.

Ralph married Lydia Willis, daughter of Isaac Willis and Margaret Luce of England, on 24-Nov-1642 in Duxbury, Plymouth, MA. Lydia died before 28-Nov-1671 in Marshfield, Plymouth, MA.

Genealogical Notes of Barnstable Families by Amos Otis pub. 1888, Descendants of Ralph Chapman by Charles B. Gerard 1876, Mayflower Descendants Vol 2-Vital Records of Marshfield, Mass and Vol 14-Vital Records of Sandwich, Mass.

Children of Ralph and Lydia:
Mary
b:31-Oct-1643 Marshfield, MA
d:4-Dec-1704 Bristol, RI
m:Wm. C. Throop 4-May-1666
Sarah
b:15-May-1645
d:
m:Wm. Norcutt
Isaac
b:4-Aug-1647 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA
d:9-Jun-1737 Marshfield, Plymouth, MA
m:Rebecca Leonard 2-Sep-1678
Lydia
b:5-Oct-1649
d:26-Nov-1649
Ralph
b:20-Feb-1651
d:29-Jul-1653
m:Mary Clarke
Samuel
b: @1653 Duxbury, Plymouth, MA
d:
John
b: 1657 Scituate, Plymouth, MA
d:
Ralph
b:
d:
m:#1-?, #2-Abigail, #3-Mary Clark

Clark, Andrew married Mehitable Scottoway of Boston, MA in 1671    
b: 1635
c:
d: 1706
m: 1671
father: Thomas Clark
mother: Susannah Ring of Leyden, Holland

from Volume 1 of "A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England. Before 1692" by James Savage:

ANDREW, Boston, s. of Thomas of Plymouth, by w. Mehitable had Thomas, b. 10 July 1672; Susanna, 12 Mar. 1674; and Mehitable, 8 Dec. 1676; rem. to Harwich, there had [[vol. 1, p. 392]] Andrew, scottow, and Nathaniel.
Children of Andrew and Mehitable:
Thomas
b: 10-Jul-1672
d:
m:
Susanna
b: 12-Mar-1674
d:
m:
Mehitable
b: 8-Dec-1676
d:
m:
Andrew
b:
d:
br:
m:
Scottow
b:
d:
m:
Nathaniel
b:
d:
m:

Clark, John married Mary Morton    
b: 26-Mar-1575, Redriffe (Rotherhithe) Surrey, England
d: 1623 Jamestown, VA
m: Mary Morton 19-Feb-1598/99 St. Dunstans, Stepney, Middlesex, England
father:   Unknown
mother: Unknown
2nd marriage: Sibil Farr, 18-Apr-1610 Rotherhithe, Middlesex, England
ship: passenger on the Mayflower from Plymouth, England 6-Sep-1620 to Plymouth, MA 11-Nov-1620
John Clarke was hired to be the Master's Mate on the Mayflower by the Virginia Company and the Merchant Adventurers because he had been to the American coast on several prior occasions.  

Much of John Clarke's biographical history is known, but his genealogical history is less certain.  He is possibly the John Clarke who was baptized in Redriffe (Rotherhithe), Surrey, England on 26 March 1575, and may have been the father of Thomas Clarke, an early Plymouth settler.  A baptism for Thomas Clark, son of John Clark of Rotherhithe is found on 8 March 1599/1600 at St. Dunstan's, Stepney, Middlesex, England.  He may be the John Clarke who married Sibil Farr on 18 April 1610 in Rotherhithe, or the John Clarke who married Mary Morton on 18 February 1598/9 in Stepney, Middlesex--or perhaps he was married twice.  

John Clarke had made several trips to Jamestown, Virginia, as well as to New England.  Clarke had been in Malaga, Spain in 1609, and in March 1611 sailed from London to Virginia.  About 21-Jun-1611, he was captured at Point Comfort by the crew of a Spanish caravel that had brought Don Diego de Molina to Virginia.  He was taken to Havana, where he was interrogated on 23 July 1611.  He was then taken to Seville, Spain, and then to Madrid where he was again examined on 18 February 1613.  He calls himself 35 years old in his 1611 deposition, and calls himself 40 years old in 1613, giving his residence as London.  He was released to the English in 1616, in a prisoner exchange between England and Spain.

John Clarke is mentioned in a letter written by Robert Cushman on 11 June 1620: "We have hired another pilot here, one Mr. Clarke, who went last year to Virginia with a ship of kine."  This 1619 trip to Virginia was with Captain Thomas Jones of the Falcon, a some-time pirate.

He was the Master's Mate and pilot of the Mayflower, and accompanied the Pilgrims on many of the exploring parties, piloting the shallop.  Clark's Island in Duxbury Bay is named after him, because he miraculously brought the shallop ashore during a strong storm on one of these expeditions.

On 13 February 1622, the Virginia Company records state:

Mr. Deputy acquainted the court, that one Mr. John Clarke being taken from Virginia long since by a Spanish ship that came to discover that plantation; that forasmuch as he hath since that time done the companie good service in many voyages to Virginia, and of late went into Ireland for transportation of cattle to Virginia, he was an humble suitor to this court, that he might be admitted a free brother of the companie, and have some shares of land bestowed upon him.

John was given two shares in the Virginia Company for his service.  He sailed to Virginia on 10 April 1623 in Daniel Gookin's ship, the Providence, and died shortly after he arrived.

1.  Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings, 3d series, 54 (1920):61-77, "John Clark of the Mayflower".

2.  American Historical Review 25:448-479, "Spanish Policy toward Virginia, 1606-1612; Jamestown, Ecija, and John Clark of the Mayflower".

3.  The American Genealogist 42:201-202, 47:3-16

4.  Of Plymouth Plantation, by William Bradford, written 1630-1654

5.  The Genesis of the United States, by Alexander Brown, 1964, pages 854-855.

6.  Records of the Virginia Company

Children of John and Mary
Thomas
b:8-Mar-1599 or 1600 at St. Dunstan's, Stepney, Middlesex, England
d:24-Mar-1697 Plymouth, MA (Burial Hill)
m:Susannah Ring, Leyden, Holland

Clark, Roland married Lidia Dillingham    
b: 9-Apr-1704 Harwich, Barnstable, MA
d: 10-Mar-1745
m: Lidia Dillingham
father:   Thomas Clark
mother: Sarah Gray
Children of Roland and Lidia
Susannah
b: 7-Nov-1732 Harwich, Barnstable, MA
d: 12-Aug-1817
m: Nathaniel Smith III 8-Mar-1756
Rebecca Clark
b: 30-Aug-1738 Harwich
d:
m: Jonathan Paine 27-Nov-1766 Harwich
 
b:
d:
m:

Clark, Roland married Lidia Dillingham    
bp: 8-Mar-1599 or 1600 St. Dunstan's, Stephney, Middlesex, England
d: 24-Mar-1697 Plymouth, MA
br: Burial Hill, Plymouth, MA
m: Susannah Ring of Leyden, Holland
occ: Carpenter
em: 1623 on the ship "Anne"
father:   ThomasJohn Clark
mother: Mary Morton
2nd marriage: Sibil Farr, 18-Apr-1610 Rotherhithe, Middlesex, England
ship: passenger on the Anne from Plymouth, England 1623 to Plymouth, MA 1623
(unconfirmed other marriages ... Alice Hallet and Elizabeth Crow)

Click on the documents tab to read about life on the EEL River Valley, by Victoria B. Engstrom, where Thomas settled in the 1600s.

Among the first English settlers in the valley was THOMAS CLARK, born in 1599, who lived to the age of 98 years. He was thought to be the mate of the Mayflower, and the first person to step on Clark’s Island on the first trip into Plymouth Harbor. He probably returned to England on the Mayflower with Captain Jones, but came back to settle here on the Ann in 1623. In the 1627 division of lands and cattle, he received cattle and 20 acres of arable land at Eel River. The Clark allotment was 5 acres along the water side and 4 acres deep, and in the area now called River Street. He named his holdings "Saltash," probably from a small village near Plymouth in England.

... from Volume 1 of "A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England. Before 1692" by James Savage:

THOMAS, Plymouth, a carpenter, came in the Ann 1623, m. Susanna, d. of wid. Mary Ring, (bef. 1631, when in her mo.'s will he is nam.), had Andrew; James; Susanna, wh. m. 3 Nov. 1658, Barnabas Lothrop; William; John; and Nathaniel. He was rep. 1651 and 5, m. sec. w. 1664, wid. Alice Nichols, d. of Richard Hallet, liv. in 1670 at Harwich, where he had third w. Elizabeth Crow, perhaps wid. of John, and d. 24 Mar. 1697, aged, says the gr.stone, 98, or more prob. only 92, since in 1664 he [[vol. 1, p. 401]] made. that he was a. 59 yrs. old. But to this suffic. longev. the " Guide to Plymouth," 255, would make alarming addit. in his note, " suppos. mate of the Mayflower." We can hardly doubt, that the oldest surv. of that memo. voyage, within the bounds of the Old Colony, would have been too well known to need a weak tradit. to lean on; and that officer of 1620 must have been older than the oldest liv. in 1697, had he not been d. many yrs. bef. In 1627 this Thomas, not the mate, had sh. in the div. of lds. as com. in the Ann, not Mayflower.

The reference to the "mate of the Mayflower" may have been a reference to Thomas's father, John, who was Pilot of the Mayflower.

Children of Thomas and Susannah
Andrew
b:1635
d:1706
m:Mehitable Scottoway
William
b:
d:
m:
- Thomas?
James
b:1637
d:bef 4-Oct-1731
m:Abigail Lothrop 7-Oct-1657, Barnstable, MA
- Thomas
- John
- Susanna
- Abigail
- Bathesheba
- James
Susanna
b: @1642
d:28-Sep-1697, Barnstable, MA
br: Lothrop Hill Cemetery, Barnstable, MA
m: Barnabas Lothrop 1-Dec-1658
- Susanna
- Bathsheba
John
b:
d:
m:
Nathaniel
b:
d:
m:

Clark, Thomas married Susannah Ring    
bp: 8-Mar-1599 or 1600 St. Dunstan's, Stephney, Middlesex, England
d: 24-Mar-1697 Plymouth, MA
br: Burial Hill, Plymouth, MA
m: Susannah Ring of Leyden, Holland
occ: Carpenter
em: 1623 on the ship "Anne"
father:   John Clark
mother: Mary Morton
2nd marriage: Sibil Farr, 18-Apr-1610 Rotherhithe, Middlesex, England
ship: passenger on the Anne from Plymouth, England 1623 to Plymouth, MA 1623
(unconfirmed other marriages ... Alice Hallet and Elizabeth Crow)

Click on the documents tab to read about life on the EEL River Valley, by Victoria B. Engstrom, where Thomas settled in the 1600s.

Among the first English settlers in the valley was THOMAS CLARK, born in 1599, who lived to the age of 98 years. He was thought to be the mate of the Mayflower, and the first person to step on Clark’s Island on the first trip into Plymouth Harbor. He probably returned to England on the Mayflower with Captain Jones, but came back to settle here on the Ann in 1623. In the 1627 division of lands and cattle, he received cattle and 20 acres of arable land at Eel River. The Clark allotment was 5 acres along the water side and 4 acres deep, and in the area now called River Street. He named his holdings "Saltash," probably from a small village near Plymouth in England.

... from Volume 1 of "A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England. Before 1692" by James Savage:

THOMAS, Plymouth, a carpenter, came in the Ann 1623, m. Susanna, d. of wid. Mary Ring, (bef. 1631, when in her mo.'s will he is nam.), had Andrew; James; Susanna, wh. m. 3 Nov. 1658, Barnabas Lothrop; William; John; and Nathaniel. He was rep. 1651 and 5, m. sec. w. 1664, wid. Alice Nichols, d. of Richard Hallet, liv. in 1670 at Harwich, where he had third w. Elizabeth Crow, perhaps wid. of John, and d. 24 Mar. 1697, aged, says the gr.stone, 98, or more prob. only 92, since in 1664 he [[vol. 1, p. 401]] made. that he was a. 59 yrs. old. But to this suffic. longev. the " Guide to Plymouth," 255, would make alarming addit. in his note, " suppos. mate of the Mayflower." We can hardly doubt, that the oldest surv. of that memo. voyage, within the bounds of the Old Colony, would have been too well known to need a weak tradit. to lean on; and that officer of 1620 must have been older than the oldest liv. in 1697, had he not been d. many yrs. bef. In 1627 this Thomas, not the mate, had sh. in the div. of lds. as com. in the Ann, not Mayflower.

The reference to the "mate of the Mayflower" may have been a reference to Thomas's father, John, who was Pilot of the Mayflower.

Children of Thomas and Susannah
Andrew
b:1635
d:1706
m:Mehitable Scottoway
William
b:
d:
m:
- Thomas?
James
b:1637
d:bef 4-Oct-1731
m:Abigail Lothrop 7-Oct-1657, Barnstable, MA
- Thomas
- John
- Susanna
- Abigail
- Bathesheba
- James
Susanna
b: @1642
d:28-Sep-1697, Barnstable, MA
br: Lothrop Hill Cemetery, Barnstable, MA
m: Barnabas Lothrop 1-Dec-1658
- Susanna
- Bathsheba
John
b:
d:
m:
Nathaniel
b:
d:
m:

Clark, Thomas married Sarah Gray    
b: 10-Jul-1672 Boston, MA
d: 11-Nov-1759 Harwich, MA
m: Sarah Gray
father:   Andrew Clark
mother: Mehitable Scottoway of Boston
Children of Thomas and Sarah
Roland
b:9-Apr-1704 Harwich, Barnstable, MA
d: 10-Mar-1745
m: Lidia Dillingham 5-Nov-1724
- Rebecca Clark 1738- m: Jonathan Paine
 
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  D ... de Dene, Dean, Dillingham

 

 
de Dene, Robert    
b: 1030
d:
m:
father:   
mother:
Robert de Dene was born in Normandy where he had a large estate. He was also given large estates in Sussex and Kent by King Edward the Confessor when he gave fiefs to Norman Lords in an attempt to keep the Saxon barons from becoming too strong.
Three books are referenced below:
  • Title: The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 11
  • Year published: 1800
  • Author: Edward Hasted
  • Description: The first of two volumes on the city of Canterbury. This first part contains a thematic history of the city, and part of an historical survey of the cathedral priory.
  • Sponsor: Institute of Historical Research
  • Source: Hasted, History of Kent (Secondary texts)
  • Places: South East
  • Subjects: Local
  • Periods: 11th and 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th
  • The Denne Family
    from E. E. Salisbury's
    Family Memorials 1885

    The following information is copied from
    Edward Elbridge Salisbury, Family Memorials, 1885
    privately printed at New Haven, Connecticut
    pages 381 - 383 (Gookin Family)


        ... Respecting the Denne family, which became allied with the Gookins in 1566, I will first quote from Hasted:
    "Dennehill is another seat on the same side of Barham downs [in the parish of Kingston], at the eastern boundary of them, which took its name from the family of Dene or Denne, of eminent note in this county, the possessors of it in very early times. One of these, Ralph de Den, held much land in Romney Marsh, and at Buckhurst in Sussex, in the 20th year of William the Conqueror, as appeared by an old roll in the earl of Dorset's possession, being written in the record son of Robertus Pincerna, a name probably given him from his being butler or sewer to one of our kings before the conquest. Sir Alured de Den was chief steward of the priory of Christ-church in the 29th year of King Henry iii., and was a person so singularly esteemed for his wisdom that, when the laws and ordinances of Romney Marsh were compiled by that venerable judge Henry de Bath, in the 42d year of that reign, this Sir Alured and Nicholas de Handloe were joined with him for that purpose; and what is remarkable he at that early time sealed with three leopards' faces, the antient paternal coat of this family, which afterwards continued owners of this seat, and resided here with much reputation, as justices of the peace and other honourable employments of public concern, down to Michael Denne Esq., who lived here in the reigns of King Edward iv., and Henry vii., being descended by the marriages of his ancestors from the families of Apulderfield, Earde, Arderne and Combe, among others, whose posterity spread in several branches, resident not only in Canterbury and the several neighbouring parishes, but in West Kent likewise. But after this seat had continued in an uninterrupted descent to him from Sir Alured de Denne above mentioned, and from him again down to Thomas Denne Esq. who was recorder of Canterbury, and died possessed of it in 1655, it went by Mary, his youngest daughter and co-heir, in marriage, to Vincent Denne Esq. of Canterbury, sergeant-at-law, descended from the same stock of ancestry, but he bore for his arms: Argent, on two flaunches Sable two leopards' faces Or, being the bearing of this younger branch of this family. The elder branch, of Dennehill, bore: Sable, three leopards' faces Or. He died possessed of it in 1693, leaving four daughters his co-heirs . . .." 1


    1
    Hasted's Kent, Canterbury, 1798, ix. 344 46
    2
    These relationships are proved by a pedigree in Barry's Kent Genealogies Notes and Queries . . . 3d Ser. London, 1862, ii. 473 and by Hasted, ix. 333, 347.
    3
    Hasted's Kent, ut Supra, ix 333, 347
    4
    "A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland" . . . . By John Burke. . . . London, 1838, iii. 19   21. Click HERE for an online version.

    Professor Salisbury gives the lineage as:
    1. Robert de Dene, who held large estates . . . butler to Edward the Confessor.

    2. Robert de Dene

    3. Ralph de Dene

    4. Ralph de Dene  (We have only one Ralph in our other records)

    5. Robert de Dene

    6. William de Denn

    7. Sir Alured de Denn

    8. Walter

    9. Walter

    10. John

    11. William (Shown in our other records as "Sir William or Walter Denne Knight of Denne Hill, sat in Parliament . . . 1326 and . . . 1341.")

    12. Sir Richard (Shown as "Richard" in our other records)

    13. Thomas

    14. John

    15. Michael

    16. Thomas

    17. William, father of Vincent,Thomas, Mary and Catharine Denne.

         Vincent Denne Esq. Sergeant-at-law, above mentioned as belonging to a younger branch of this family, was a grandson of Vincent Denne, LL.D., who was son of William and brother of Catharine (Denne) Gookin;2and this William was a younger son of Thomas Denne Esq., of Dennehill in the time of Henry viii., who, in that reign [therefore, before 1558], gave to his son William the manor of Bursted or Burghsted, in the parish of Bishopsbourne, co. Kent. Here then, probably, William Denne was living at the date of his daughter Catharine’s marriage in 1566, for his "grandson William, son of Vincent Denne, LL.D., died possessed of it in I640." 3  The name of Vincent Denne, brother of Catharine, is especially interesting to us, for it was undoubtedly from him that Sir Vincent Gookin, his nephew, took that name.

         The complete lineage of the Dennes, from the days of Edward the Confessor, is given by Burke, showing that William, father of our Catharine, was son of Thomas, son of Michael, son of John, son of Thomas, son of Richard, son of Sir William, son of John, son of Walter, son of Walter, son of Sir Alured de Denn, son of William de Denn, son of Robert de Dene, son of Ralph de Dene, son of Ralph de Dene, son of Robert de Dene, son of Robert de Dene, "who held large estates in Sussex and Kent, as well as in the duchy [of Normandy], and was Pincerna or butler to Edward the Confessor."4

    Children of Robert de Dene:
    Robert
    b:1085 Buckhurst, Sussex, England
    d:
    Ralph
    b:1088 Buckhurst, Sussex, England
    m:

    Dean, Hazel Winnifred married Percy Burdette Love    
    b: 17-Apr-1898 Mexico, Oxford County, ME
    d: 19-Jan-1975 Philadelphia, PA
    m: Percy Burdette Love 20-May-1914
    father:   Walter Dean
    mother: Alice Scofield Clark
     
    Children of Percy Burdette and Hazel Winnifred Dean:
    Donald
    b:Jun-1913
    d:Dec-1915
    Dorothy Helen
    b:25-Feb-1916 Mexico, Oxford County, ME
    m:William Thomas Reese 12-Dec-1936 Philadelphia, PA
    Rose Ella
    b:
    d:
    m:Charles Weiss
    Marion Elaine
    b:
    d:
    m:Harold Taylor
    Elva May
    b:19-Sep-1921
    d:
    m:Edward Maines
    Arlene Alice
    b:
    d:
    l:Melvin Hitchner
    Carol Roy
    b:Brooklyn, NY
    d:
    m:Margaret

    Dean, Walter P. married Alice Scofield Clark    
    b: 23 Feb 1878 Farmingdale, Kennebec, ME
    d:
    m1:01 Jan 1895 Alice Scofield Clark
    d:23 Oct 1958 North Anson, ME
    father:   Simeon Pierce Dean
    mother: Addie B. Peacock
    1880 - 2 yrs old living w/parents in Farmingdale, Kennebec, ME
    1900 - 22 yrs old married to Alice Scofield Clark, living in Island Falls, Aroostook, ME - occupation laborer in sawmill
    1920 - 42 yrs old living with 2nd wife, Ethel B., in North Anson, Somerset, ME
     
    Children of Walter P. Dean and Alice Scofield Dean:
    Raymond
    b:Mar 1896
    Hazel Winnifred
    b:17 Apr 1898 Augusta, Kennebec, ME
    m:20 May 1914 Percy Burdette Love
    d:19 Jan 1975 Philadelhia, PA
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    Deane, Walter married Eleanor Strong    
    bp: 13-May-1612 So. Chard, England
    d: 1659 Taunton, MA
    m: Eleanor Strong 1637 at Taunton, MA
    father: William Deane
    mother: Joan Walsele(unknown)
    Children of Walter and Eleanor Deane:
    Mary
    b:
    m: Shadrack Wilbore
    -John m: Alice Pitts
    Lydia
    m: Bartholomew Tipping
    James
    b: 1648
    d: 29-May-1725, Plainfield CT
    m: Sarah Tisdale, dau of Capt. John Tisdale and Sarah Walker.
    Ezra
    b: 14-Oct-1650 Taunton, MA
    d: 1732 Taunton, MA
    m: Bethia Edson 16-Dec-1678, dau of Deacon Samuel Edson and Susanna Orcutt.
    Benjamin
    m: 6-Jan-1680, Taunton, Sarah Williams, dau of Samuel Williams and Mary Gilbert
    Joseph
    d: 10-Jan-1728 Dighton, MA
    m: Mary Tipping
    1 Walter was baptized in Chard, Somersetshire, England, on 13 May 1612. Walter died in prob. Taunton, Bristol Co., MA, aft 25 Aug 1693; he was 81. Ca 1637 when Walter was 24, he married Eleanor COGAN, daughter of William COGAN & ? ?, in England. Born bef 12 Oct 1609 in Chard, Somersetshire, England. Eleanor died aft 25 Aug 1693; she was 83. At the age of 1, Eleanor was baptized on 12 Oct 1609. They had the following children:
    11 i. MARY (ca1638-1691) ii. ?. Born ca 1641. 12 iii. ? (ca1644-) 13 iv. Ezra (ca1646-<1731) 14 v. James (ca1648-1725) 15 vi. Benjamin (ca1651-<1725) -------------------- Vital Statistics

    The names of his wife and children are not well documented (see below). His wife may have been Eleanor, daughter of Richard Strong of Taunton who had come with her brother John. The same source says that Walter and Eleanor had six children:

    Ezra, William, James, Mary, Benjamin, Joseph
    Sources and Notes
    Walter DEANE was christened on 13 May 1612 in CHARD, SOMERSET, ENG. He was living in 1636 in Dorchester MA.(730) He resided at Taunton, MA in 1640.(731) (732) He died in 1693 in Taunton, Bristol, MA. He died after 1693 in Taunton, Bristol, MA?. UA Record #:46-709

    Source: Automated Archives, Inc. CD #100Walter is said by Savage to have been younger brother of John. Lucius Paige, History of Hardwick says he was a Dorchester 1636 and at Taunton by 1640, and supports the marriage to Eleanor Strong. He mentions that there are three additional children, whose names do not appear. Was a tanner, said to be of Chard, England.

    He was married to Eleanor STRONG.(733) Mentions 3 other children, however names do not appear

    Savage menitions that he is married, it is thought, to Eleanor, dau of Richard Strong of Taunton who had come with her brother John. He says six children. Children were: Ezra DEANE, William DEANE, JAMES DEANE, MARY DEANE, Benjamine DEANE, Joseph DEANE.

    Walter Deane's Timeline

  • 1612 May 13, 1612 Birth of Walter South Chard, Somersetshire, England
  • May 13, 1612 Baptism of Walter South Chard, Somersetshire, England
  • May 13, 1612 christened on 5/13/1612 South Chard, Somersetshire, England
  • 1635 Age 22 Marriage of Walter to Eleanor Deane Taunton, (Present Bristol County), Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts, (Present USA)
  • 1637 Age 24 immigrated on 1637
  • 1640 Age 27 Birth of Joseph Deane Taunton, Bristol Co, Mass
  • February 24, 1643 Age 30 Birth of Mary Wilbore (Deane) Probably Taunton, (Present Bristol County), Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts), (Present USA)
  • October 14, 1646 Age 34 Birth of Rev. Ezra Dean Taunton, (Present Bristol County), Plymouth Colony (Present Massachusetts), (Present USA)
  • s in the town." He commented also on difficulties with military neglect or other, all orders and warrants come to nothing.

    We know that Walter and John Deane were brothers, as shown in the latter's will. They are believed to be the sons of William Deane of Southchard, Somerset, England whose will dated 22 July 1634 named sons William, Thomas, John, Walter, and Isaac and daughters Susan Deane, Eleanor Deane, Margery Strong and Elizabeth the youngest and grandson John Strong and a witness William Cogam. A Walter Deane, son of William Deane of South Chard, Somerset was baptized at Chard 13 May 1612. Walter Deane sailed for New England on the Speedwell from Weymouth, Dorset on 22 April 1637 with six servants, the same ship carrying Elizabeth Poole, Henry Cogan, anad Giles Rickard. His wife was Eleanor, who joined him in a deed of 20 Aug 1693. The will of William Cogan of Southchard, Somerset dated 24 Apr 1654 named his daughter Eleanor Deane, wife of Walter Deane in New England. Walter deanee was a tanner and he sold land for his beloved brother-in-law John Strong living in Northampton, New England. There is speculation about the identity of Walter Deane's wife. George E. McCracken points out that Eleanor Deane had been supposed to have been the daughter of Richard Strong of Taunton, Somerset, Briston County, MA, dated 26 Jan 1690. And shows Walter Deane of Taunton, a tanner, who sold land for his beloved "brother" John Storn, living in Northampton, New England ... but it could have been a "brother-in-law"'. The William Dean will identifies Eleanor, the wife of Walter Dean as a daugher of John Storng in England and sister of John Strong in MA. There was also a young John Strong whose first wife was Margery Deane, the sister of Walter DEane and thus there was a "beloved brother-in-law" relationship between Walter Deane and John Strong. Eleanor does not appear in the will of the older John Strong. The will of William Cogan actually left his house and land after the death of daugher Eleanor Deane wife of Walter Deane in New England to Eleanor Cogan, his daugher and to the male heirs from her body and for any male heirs from the body of Eleanor Deane. This peculiar set of conditional inheritances suggest that Eleanor Deane had a lifetime interest in the house and lands, perhaps because she had been married earlier to William Cogan's son, but without having male issue by him. If she had also been a cousin to William Cogan's son, this could be a possible explanation as to why the squence of inheritance would be first to her for life, then to the male issue of two daughters of William Cogan in turn and finally, if they had no male issue, then to the male issue of Eleanor Deane. It is significant that female issue are excluded, and the facts seem to indicate that Eleanor Deane was of the Cogan male line, but was not a blood daughter of William Cogan.

    Walter Deane became a freeman of Plymouth Colony 4 Dec 1638 and he became a deputy for Taunton on 2 June 1640. He served at various times on grand juries and coroner's juries and he was a selectman for Taunton for many years between 1666 and 1686. On 1 Oct 1661 Joan, widow of Obadiah Miller (former wife of Thomas Cogan) obtained permission to sell some land for the relief of her daughter, Bathsheba Cogan with Richard Williams and Walter Deane of Taunton as overeers, and the rest of the land was reserved for the use of the other children of the deceased Thomas Cogan. On 30 oct 1678 Mary, widow of Lieutenant Wyatt, was to have land leased out for her benefit by Mr. James Walker, William Harvey, Sr. and Walter Deane, or any two of them. Walter was living on 20 Aug 1693 when he and his wife joined together in a deed. David Kendall Martin writes, "First wife Shadrach Wilbore and children of Walter Deane of Taunton, MA gives Walter Deane's children as Mary Dane, who married Shadrach Wilbore, a child who died without issue; a daughter who married Bartholomew Tipping; Ezra who married Bethiah Edson; James who married Sarah Tisdate; Benjamin who married Sarah Williams; and Joseph who married a Mary.

    Walter Deane was christened on 13 May 1612 in Chard, Somerset, England. He was living in 1636 in Dorchester, MA. and resided at Taunton, MA when he died in 1693 in Taunton, Briston, MA. -------------------- Laurel Logan
    August 19, 2008
    from http://kinnexions.com/ancestries/strong.htm

    Walter - bap. May 13, 1612, St. Mary, Chard, Somerset; d. 1659, Taunton, MA. To America in 1637 aboard the 'Speedwell' with brother John. Married in 1637 at Taunton, MA Eleanor COGAN, daughter of William COGAN, granddaughter of Barnard COGAN, and great granddaughter of Robert COGAN. William COGAN may have married second the widow of John STRONG of Chard, Somerset. The Apr. 24, 1654 will (proved Jun. 23, 1655) of William COGAN, a tanner of South Chard, names two "daughters" named Eleanor: one being Eleanor COGAN, then unmarried, and the other being Eleanor DEANE, wife of Walter DEANE in New England. Children of Walter and Eleanor DEANE: Mary married Shadrack WILBORE (son John married Alice PITTS, daughter of Peter PITTS and Mary ANDREWS); Lydia married Bartholomew TIPPING; James married Sarah TISDALE; Ezra married Bethia EDSON; Benjamin married Sarah WILLIAMS; and Joseph married Mary TIPPING.
    --Laurel Logan

    Laurel Logan
    August 19, 2008
    fromhttp://www.gulbangi.com/5families-o/p50.htm

    Walter Deane was born before 13 May 1612 in Chard, Somerset, England.1,3 He was baptized on 13 May 1612 in South Chard, Somerset, England.4 He was the son of William Deane and Margaret Wickham. Walter Deane married Eleanor Coggan, daughter of Willliam Coggan and Eleanor Deane, in 1635. They had 5 children.1 Walter Deane died in 1692 in Taunton, Province of Massachusetts Bay.3

    Walter Deane immigrated in 1637 on the Speedwell, arriving in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.4,5 Citations

    1. [S295] Henry R. Stiles, History of Ancient Windsor, Vol. II.
    2. [S169] Ancestry of Elder John Strong, online http://www.geocities.com/sfaapage/mfb.html
    3. [S308] James Isham, "Ancestors and Family of Nicholas and Jacob Isham", Apr. 22, 2002.
    4. [S310] H. Clark Dean, "Eleanor Cogan".
    5. [S70] Eugene Aubrey Stratton, Plymouth Colony, Its History and People 1620-1691.
    --Laurel Logan

    Laurel Logan
    from http://www.mayflowerfamilies.com/cooke/d10.htm#P1420

    Walter DEANE was christened on 13 May 1612 in CHARD, SOMERSET, ENG. He was living in 1636 in Dorchester MA.(730) He resided at Taunton, MA in 1640.(731) (732) He died in 1693 in Taunton, Bristol, MA. He died after 1693 in Taunton, Bristol, MA?. UA Record #:46-709

    Source: Automated Archives, Inc. CD #100Walter is said by Savage to have been younger brother of John. Lucius Paige, History of Hardwick says he was at Dorchester 1636 and at Taunton by 1640, and supports the marriage to Eleanor Strong. He mentions that there are three additional children, whose names do not appear. Was a tanner, said to be of Chard, England.

    He was married to Eleanor STRONG.(733) Mentions 3 other children, however names do not appear

    Savage mentions that he is married, it is thought, to Eleanor, dau of Richard Strong of Taunton who had come with her brother John. He says six children. Children were: Ezra DEANE, William DEANE, JAMES DEANE, MARY DEANE, Benjamine DEANE, Joseph DEANE.

    730. History of Hardwick, Massachusetts, By Lucuis R. Paige, Houghton Miffin and Co., Boston, 1883. p. 360.

    731. Ibid. p 360.

    732. Lowell. Edsons, Early in Bridgewater. Thos. P. James, 1864. p. 22: "(son of Walter, an original proprietor and one of the first settlers of Taunton) . . .".

    733. History of Hardwick, Massachusetts, By Lucuis R. Paige, Houghton Miffin and Co., Boston, 1883. p 360.

    734. New England Historic Genealogical Society. NEHG Register, Vol 141, January, 1987. Broderbund Software, CD, 1996, Banner Blue Division. 97:343: "Descent of Gen Douglas McArthur, by Marcellus D.R. von Redlich,LL.B., LL.D., Ph.D., Chicago, Ill.

    --Laurel Logan -------------------- 6. WALTER DEANE (William4, Walter3, Richard(?)2, John1). Born bef 13 May 1612 in Chard, Somersetshire, England. At the age of <1, Walter was baptized in Chard, Somersetshire, England, on 13 May 1612. Walter died in prob. Taunton, Bristol Co., MA, aft 25 Aug 1693; he was 81. Ca 1637 when Walter was 24, he married Eleanor COGAN, daughter of William COGAN & ? ?, in England. Born bef 12 Oct 1609 in Chard, Somersetshire, England. Eleanor died aft 25 Aug 1693; she was 83. At the age of <1, Eleanor was baptized on 12 Oct 1609. They had the following children:

    11 i. MARY (ca1638-1691)
    ii. ?. Born ca 1641.
    12 iii. ? (ca1644-)
    13 iv. Ezra (ca1646-<1731)
    14 v. James (ca1648-1725)
    15 vi. Benjamin (ca1651-<1725)
    16 vii. Joseph (ca1654-1728)
    -------------------- Vital Statistics

    The names of his wife and children are not well documented (see below). His wife may have been Eleanor, daughter of Richard Strong of Taunton who had come with her brother John. The same source says that Walter and Eleanor had six children: Ezra William James Mary Benjamin Joseph Sources and Notes [http://www.mayflowerfamilies.com/cooke/d10.htm] Walter DEANE was christened on 13 May 1612 in CHARD, SOMERSET, ENG. He was living in 1636 in Dorchester MA.(730) He resided at Taunton, MA in 1640.(731) (732) He died in 1693 in Taunton, Bristol, MA. He died after 1693 in Taunton, Bristol, MA?. UA Record #:46-709 Source: Automated Archives, Inc. CD #100Walter is said by Savage to have been younger brother of John. Lucius Paige, History of Hardwick says he was a Dorchester 1636 and at Taunton by 1640, and supports the marriage to Eleanor Strong. He mentions that there are three additional children, whose names do not appear. Was a tanner, said to be of Chard, England. He was married to Eleanor STRONG.(733) Mentions 3 other children, however names do not appear

    Will of Walter Deane is dated July 7, 1585, proved Jul 10, 1591, by Geoffrey Clarke Notary Public, Proctor for William Deane the son and executor. . (PCC Sainberbe 56, Wills vol 62 Somerset Record Office).

    To be bur. in churchyard in Chard. To poor folks 20 groates. To Eleanor Deane my daughter 30 pounds...to Joan Deane my daughter 30 pounds. Residue of my goods; to Joane my wife one moiety thereof, for her life, and aftr her death to remain to William my son to whom I give all the rest of my goods, and I make him sole executor...THOMAS BONDAGE, THOMAS SMITHE and JOHN LEGG of Southcharde to be overseers, to whom I give 2s apiece. Witnessed by John Willsonn, John Burghe, Thomas Smithe

    Will of Joane Deane, widow of Chard is dated March 29, 1597, proved May 10, 1597.(Wills, Vol. 62, Somerset Record Office.

    " ........To 20 poor folk of Chard 4d each... To Joane, daughter of my son, William. To Son William,. To daughter, Elianor, HUMFRIE BALSTON, daughter Joan Deane to be executrix. BARNARD COGAN, ROBERT WARRYE overseers. Witnesses: Robert Warrye, BARNARD COGAN, SILVESTER BALSTON." (Wills, Vol. 62, Somerset Rec. Soc.)


    Deane, Walter married Joan Walsele    
    b:
    d: 1591, South Chard, Somerset, England
    m: Joan Walsele 12-Nov-1565 at Buckland St. Mary, Somerset
    father:    Deane
    mother:
    Children of Walter and Joan Deane:
    Eleanor
    b: bef. 1568
    m: @1588 Sylvester Balston, son of John Balston & Edith of Hawkchurch, Dorset
    bur: 6-Jul-1628 Broadwindsor, Dorset
    - Humphrey d: bef 1628
    William
    b: So. Chard, England
    d: @1634, South Chard, Somerset
    m: by 1598
    Joane
    d: @1625

    Deane, William married ?    
    b:
    d: @1634 So. Chard, Somerset, England
    father: Walter Deane
    mother: Joan Walsele

    1597 May 17

    ...William Deane claimed to hold for terme of his life by indenture dated 23 Apr. 1582 7 closes of land and pasture containing 30 Acres called Caprons Downe within the tithing of Leigh in the parish of Wynsham, late in the tenure of Johane Deane, his mother who died since the last court, heriot 6s8d. [DD/TOR 223]

    1625 - 1628 Subsidy (DD/HI 465) - William Deane - Chardland.

    1634 Oct. 22 Street and Leigh Court Book DD/TOR 224

    ...William Deane Senior,who held of the lord by indenture 7 parcels of land called Caprons Downe for his life, died since the last court. Then came William son of William Deane senior and was admitted tenant.

    Will of William Deanne, dated July 22, 1634 proved October 21, 1634 of S. Chard, Somerset, England (NEHGR 1897, Vol 51 p.432)

    I William Dean of Southchard within parish of Chard in the county of Somersett sicke of bodie but of sound and perfect memorie thanks bee given to God doe make and decalare this my last wWill and Testament.......I give to the poore of Chardland twenty shillings to bee distributed by the discrecon of my Executor and of MY SONNE THOMAS DEANE ONE OF MY OVERSEERS... Item to JOHN DEANE MY SONNE I give and bequeath a chest standing in the hall, a truckle bedsted and bed furnished, wheat the halfendeale of the hay wich is in COLFIELD the remynder of the terme yet to come in BROADFIELD together with the lease thereof. The residue of the terme yet to come in HAM MEADE and the Lease thereof, yeelding and paying therefore from the Feast date of St. Michaell next after my decease to SUSAN, ELLIANOR, MARGERIE AND ELIZABETH MY DAUGHTERS foure pounds apeece yearelie during the contynuance of his now estate therein and soe rateably for any lesser terme of his estate therein at any other tyme then at the end of a full yeare happen to take end and determyne, Also I give and bequeath to him in money fortie shillings to bee paid him within three moneths after my decease. Item to MY SONNE THOMAS (for that hee is otherwise in comptetent manner provided for) I onely give and and bequeath to him and to his wife as a remembrance of my fatherly love two silver spoons. Item to WALTER DEAN MY SONNE I give a chest standing in the chamber over the Kitchen, a truckle bedsted and bed furnished, and a bible also I give unto him iontlie [jointly] with his BROTHER ISSACK the Lease or Leases of the grounds name WILBEERE and CANTES, and together with his said brother all profitts on the said grounds to bee received and taken during the contynuance of the terme therein yet remayneing. Item to ISSACK DEANE MY SONNE I bequeath and give a Chest and little Fojelett or box standing in the lower chamber, a truckle bed furnished and the halfendeale of the hay in COLEFIELD, and alsoe together with HIS BROTHER WALTER DEANE I give and bequeath the grounds above menconed name WILBEER AND CANTES, by the ioyntly to be occupied during the terme therein remayneing together with the lease or leases thereof, also I give him that little woodvine withouth the utter(outer) kitchen doore, and all tymber felled and all such rafters and boords reede and billies which I have, and also in money tenne pounds to bee paid within and also in money tenne pounds to bee paid within two moneths after my decease. Item to MY DAUGHTER SUSAN DEANE I give that bedstead which is in the inner chamber with its appurtennces, one skellet, a posnett, a great barrell, a side saddle, a coffer in the inner chamber, a third part of all my wooll, the CHAPPELL and YE WRITEINGS for holding thereof and in money seaventy three pounds six shillings an eight pence to bee paid at the endo f six months. Item to MY DAUGHTER ELEANOR DEANE I give and bequeath that Cofer which is in the chamber of the kitching, a bed stead also standing there and my best feathered furnished, a little brasse pott, one of my greater barrells, a piltion and a third part of all my wooll, and seaventie three pounds six shillings and eight pence in money to bee paid at the end of six moneths after my decease. Item to MARGERIE STRONG MY DAUGHTER I give the least brasse pott of the three, my best cauldron and tenne pounds in money to bee paid within one yeare after my decease, and to HER SONNE and MY GRAND CHILD JOHN STRONG. I give five pounds to be paid att the end of two yeares after my decease upon sufficient discharge given to acquite my my executor thereof. Item To MY YOUNGEST DAUGHTER ELIZABETH I give and bequeath a bedstead in the Low chamber, a featherbed furnished, a little table boord over the entire, a coffer in the inner chamber, one of the great barrells, the third part of my wooll and seaventie three pounds six shillings and eight pence in money to bee paid at the end of six moneths after my decease. And if any to whom an procon is hereby given chance to dye before his her or their porcon or pocons bee due to bee paid my will therein is that such their porcon or porcons be devyded equallie betweene MY THREE YOUNGER SONNES JOHN, WALTER AND ISAAKE and my FOWER DAUGHTERS, or betweene such of them as then bee livieing. Lastly I hereby ordeine and appoynt WILLIAM DEANE MY ELDEST SONNE to bee Executor of this my las will and testament, and THOMAS LEGG SONNE OF THOMAS LEGG THE ELDER and MY SONNE THOMAS DEANE Overseers hereof, and in consideracon thereof doe give to each of them two shillings. By mee William Deane. And as touching the clause in the latter end of the will that if any Legatee dye before his or her porcon become due, the testator shewed that his meaneing therein is that if any of his daughters chaunce to marry and doe happen being married to dye that such her porcon shall then bee paid to the husband of such daughter. These being Witnesses, WILLIAM COGAN, THOMAS LEGGE, THOMAS DEANE, JOHN GIBBS No. I.

    Children of William and ? Deane:
    Joane
    b: bef. 1597
    bur: 14-Dec-1621 Chard, Somerset
    - Humphrey
    William
    d: @1678, South Chard, Somerset
    Thomas
    m: 10-Jun-1629 at Chard Somerset to Mary Warry, daughter of John Warry and Mary Dean
    d: 1672
    John
    b: @1597
    m: Alice
    d: 1660
    em: 1637 SPEEDWELL to America
    Margery
    d: @1635, Dorchester, MA
    m: Elder John Strong
    Isaacke
    m: 12-Oct-1636, Thornecombe, Devon to Margerie Smith
    Susan
    mentioned in 1654 will of Anne Hurt
    Eleanor
    living in 1634
    Walter
    bap: 13-May-1612, St. Mary, Chard, Somerset
    d: 1659, Taunton, MA
    em: 1637 SPEEDWELL to America
    m: Eleanor Cogan 1637, Taunton, MA
    Elizabeth
    living in 1634

    Dillingham, Edward married Ursula (Drusilla) Carter       
    b: 6-Dec-1595 Cottesbach, Leicestershire, England
    d: 1-May-1667 Sandwich, MA
    m: 14-Feb-1614
    father:   Dillingham, Henry (Rev.)
    mother: Oseth
    - Edward and Ursula sailed on the William Francis to Boston, arriving on 5-Jun-1632 with only John, Henry and Oseth. 60 people were aboard this vessel sailing from Betteswell, Leicestershire, England (History of Harwich, Mayflower Descendent vol 14 & 16, and "Dillingham" compiled by Winthrop Alexander).

    - He was considered a “Gentleman” and appeared to have been well-educated and had considerable property. In 1637 he received a large grant of land on Cape Cod and, with nine others, founded the town of Sandwich. He was very active in community affairs of Sandwich. In 1657 he was arrested and censured for being sympathetic to the Quakers. He left a will dated 1 May 1666; probated 1 June 1667.

    SANDWICH: "On 3 April 1637 the court gave permission for ten men from Saugus in the Bay Colony, ... to search out sufficient lands to settle sixty families."(p. 64, ibid). Incorporated 1639(Shawme) ... Deyo, Simeon L. "The History of Barnstable County", ed: NY, 1890.

    Sandwich was the first town to be settled on Cape Cod, with its borders adjacent to Plymouth, on lands recently purchased from Native Americans. Sixty families moved here, coming mainly from the Massachusetts Bay Colony to the north, from a plantation there called Saugus, later named Lynn. The ten original founders of Sandwich in 1637 became known as the "Ten Men from Saugus."

    In the quaint language of the Plymouth records, April 3, 1637, is thus granted permission to settle Sandwich, the fourth town in the Plymouth Colony:

    "It is also agreed by the Court that these ten men of Saugus, Edmund Freeman, Henry Feake, Thomas Dexter, Edward Dillingham, William Wood, John Carmen, Richard Chadwell, William Almy, Thomas Tupper and George Knott shall have liberty to view a place - and sit down and have sufficient lands for three score families upon the conditions propounded to them by the Governor and Mrs. Winslow."

    The early themes of the town are attractive: religious tolerance and early acceptance of Quaker visitors founding a continuing meeting of Quakers here in 1658, possibly the earliest in North America; also a long commitment here by generations of Bournes and Tuppers to educate and help Native American neighbors resulting in the formation of Mashpee and Herring Pond Reservations. Sandwich became the home from which many American families, including the Wings, Nyes, Tuppers, Bournes, Swifts, Perrys, Gibbs and Burgesses, spread out in each generation to join the American mainstream, and to which their descendants now look to find the original sites, burial grounds and town records.

    from Volume 2 of "A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England. Before 1692" by James Savage:

    DILLINGHAM, *EDWARD, Lynn 1636, from Bitteswell Co. Leicester, where he had est. rem. next yr. to Sandwich; was rep. 1642, and had Henry; and John; the younger b. in Eng. a. 1630. His will of 1 May 1666, pro. 1 June 1667, is abstract. in Geneal. Reg. VII. 225. EDWARD, Sandwich, s. of Henry, left ch. Edward, John, and Simeon.
    Children of Edward and Ursula:
    John
    b:
    d:
    Elizabeth
    b:2 Apr 1616
    Marie
    b:2 Dec 1618
    d:1618
    Osea (Oseth)
    b:10 Feb 1621
    d:29 Apr 1654
    m:Stephen Wing (Arizona) @1621
    Henry
    b:13 Oct 1624
    d:26 Jul 1705 Sandwich MA
    m:Hannah L. Perry 24 Jun 1652
    will dated Aug 1702
    - Mary
    - John
    - Deborah
    - Dorcas
    - Edward
    Sarah
    b:23 Jun 1627
    d:1 Feb 1628 or 1629
    John
    b:1 May 1629
    d:9 May 1629
    John
    b:1630 Cotesbach Leicestershire
    d:21 May 1715 West Brewster MA
    m:Elizabeth Feake 24 Mar 1650
    Quaker and large landowner in Harwich
    will dated 15 Nov 1707
    - Hannah
    - Rebecca
    - Sarah
    - John

    Dillingham, Henry (Rev.) married Oseth abt. 1591    
    b: 1568 Cottesbach, Leicestershire, England
    d: 4 Dec 1625 Cottesbach, Leicestershire, England
    2nd marriage: Margaret?
    father:   Dillingham, William (Rev.)
    mother: Unknown

    - Henry's wife Oseth died 16 Jun 1609. They lost four of their children directly afterwards. 1609 was a severe year for the bubonic plague - the Black Death. It raged for 18 months starting in the July/August time frame.

    "In 1607 the frost was so hard and so continued that it was after St. Valentines Day (14th February) before men could set forth plough. In 1609 there died at Loughborough of the plague in one year 500 people." ... Nichols J (1804). History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester, Vol 3, part I.

    - Rector of St. Mary's Church, in the Parish of Cotesbach from 1607-1625.
    - There is a 2nd wife noted, Margaret, but no dates or place of birth given ("Dillingham" by Winthrop Alexander)
    - LDS on Internet lists 2nd wife as Margaret Wood m: Abt 1626 Cottesbatch, Leicester, England (10/05/2001)

    Children of Henry and Oseth
    John
    b:18 Sep 1592
    d:1592
    Henry
    b:17 Feb 1593
    d:29 Jul 1609
    Edward
    b:6 Dec 1595
    d:1 May 1667 Sandwich, MA
    m:Ursula Carter 14 Feb 1614
    sailed on the WILLIAM FRANCIS in 1632
    Gilbert
    b:24 Oct 1597
    d:19 Aug 1609
    Katherina
    b: @1599
    Mary
    b:5 May 1600
    d:21 Oct 1609
    Martha
    b:29 Jan 1602
    d:11 Jul 1609
    Oseth
    b:12 Dec 1603
    d:
    John
    b:13 Jul 1606
    d:1636
    m:Sarah Caly
    arrived at Plymouth Colony @1630.
     

    Dillingham, John married Joan Olyff    
    b: 1495
    d: 19 Aug 1540
    m:
    -
    Children of John and Joan (Olyff)
    William
    b:1527
    d:24-Feb-1603
    m:before 1566
    Walter
    b:
    d:
    m:
    Thomas
    b:
    d:
    m:
    John
    b:
    d:
    m:
    Richard
    b:
    d:
    Humphrey
    b:
    d:
    m:
    Robert
    b:
    d:
    m:
    Henry
    b:
    d:
    m:
    Agnes
    b:
    d:
    Alice
    b:
    d:

    Dillingham, John (Lt.) married Elizabeth Feake 24 Mar 1650-53    
    b: 1630 Cottesbach, Leicestershire, England
    d: 21 May 1715 Sandwich, MA
    m:24 Mar 1650
    father:   Dillingham, Edward
    mother: Dillingham, Ursula Carter
    - John and Elizabeth were among the first Quakers in the Massachusetts area (History of Harwich, Dillingham compiled by Winthrop Alexander.

    from Volume 2 of "A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England. Before 1692" by James Savage:

    DILLINGHAM, *JOHN, Sandwich, br. of Henry, b. in Eng. m. 24 Mar. 1651, Elizabeth d. of Henry Feake, had John, b. 1663, perhaps others bef. or after, was a capt. and d. 21 May 1715 at Harwich, and his wid. d. 15 Dec. 1720.
    Children of John and Elizabeth
    Hannah
    b:abt.1656
    d:9 Nov 1721
    m:Zebulon Thorp
    John, Jr.
    b:1661
    d:11 Sep 1716
    m:Lidia Chapman @1700
    Rebecca
    b:
    d:
    m:Grey
    Sarah
    b:
    d:
    m:Jones
    Elizabeth
    b:
    d:

    Dillingham, John (Jr.) married Lydia Chapman around 1700    
    b: 24 Apr 1656, Sandwich, Barnstable, MA)
    d: 11 Sep 1746 Harwich, MA (Barnstable)
    m1: Lydia Chapman @1700
    father:   Dillingham, John (Lt.)
    mother: Dillingham, Elizabeth Feake
    -

    from Volume 2 of "A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England. Before 1692" by James Savage:

    DILLINGHAM, *JOHN, Barnstable, s. of the preced. m. Lydia, prob. d. of Isaac Chapman, had Lydia; Hannah; Rebecca; Abigail; John, b. 1701; Thankful; and Sarah; but the dates, or even order of b. are unkn. He d. 11 Sept. 1746; and his wid. d. 9 Sept. 1760.
    Children of John, Jr. and Lydia
    John
    b:23 Mar 1702
    d:30 Jan 1763
    m1: Mehitable Grey
    m2: Mary Snow
    Elizabeth
    b:2 Aug 1703
    d:
    m:Elnathan Wing
    Lidia
    b:21 Jun 1705
    d:
    m:Rowland Clark 15 Nov 1724
    Hannah
    b:2 Feb 1706/07
    d:18 Jun 1747
    m:Jonathon Bourne
    Rebecca
    b:24 Jun 1709
    d:
    m:Amos Knowles
    Isaac
    b:4 May 1711
    d:
    Abigail
    b:9 Jun 1713
    d:30 Jul 1802
    m:Prence Freeman
    Edward
    b:17 May 1715
    d:27 May 1715
    Thankful
    b:18 Apr 1718
    d:13 Apr 1756
    m:Thomas Pope
    Sarah
    b:10 Feb 1719/20
    d:10 Nov 1778
    m:Benjamin Freeman

    Dillingham, William (Rev) married before 1566
    b: 1540 Deane, Bedford, England
    d: 24-Feb-1603 Cottesbach, Leicester, England
    m: Abt 1565 Deane, ?, Bedford, England
    father:   Dillingham, John
    mother: Dillingham, Joan Olyff
    - 2nd wife was Margaret
    Children of William and ?
    John
    b:1566
    d:
    m:
    Henry
    b:1568
    d:4-Dec-1625
    m:Oseth
    Edward
    b:1570
    d:
    m:
    William
    b:1572
    d:
    Gilbert
    b:1574
    d:
    m:
    George
    b:1576
    d:
    m:
    Elizabeth
    b:1578
    d:
    m:
    Margaret
    b:
    d:

     

      F ... Feake

     

     
    Feake, Henry married Jane Woolstone    
    b: @1590
    m: 22-Jan-1615 Jane Woolstone St. Saviour's Southwark London
    d: 1657/8 Newtown Long Island, NY
    father: John Feake 
    mother: Cicely Reeve2nd Marriage: @1657 Joanna, widow of Wheeler
    Henry was a goldsmith in London and by 1634 he was in Plymouth Colony where he owned land in Sandwich. By 1652 he removed to Flushing, Long Island, NY. His will is dated 24-Sep-1657.

    Henry Feake was another member of the Saugus Ten, who in 1630 settled Sandwich on Cape Cod (see Edward Dillingham for more information).

    from Volume 2 of "A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England. Before 1692" by James Savage:

    FEAKE, *HENRY, Lynn 1630, freem. 14 May 1634, rem. a. 1637 to Sandwich, was rep. 1643 and 4, had d. Elizabeth wh. m. 24 Mar. 1654, John Dillingham; rem. to Newtown, L. I. a. 1656.
    Children of Henry and Jane Woolstone
    Crisome
    bp:
    buried St. Mary Woonoth, London, England 15-Jun-1617
    Jane
    bp: 2-Jun-1618 St. Mary Woolnoth, London, England
    died young
    Edward
    bp: 2-Nov-1619 St. Margaret's Westminster Middlesex
    buried there 1-May-1620
    Jane
    bp: 4-May-1621 St. Margaret's Westminster Middlesex
    Judith
    bp: 10-Jul-1622 St. Margaret's Westminster Middlesex
    buried there 17-Mar-1623
    Mary
    bp: 27-Aug-1623 St. Margaret's Westminster Middlesex
    child
    buried St. Paul's Cornhill London England 10-Oct-1630
    John
    bp: 20-Nov-1631 St. Paul's Cornhill London England 10-Oct-1630
    Elizabeth
    bp: 30-Jun-1633 St. Paul's Cornhill London England 10-Oct-1630
    d: 15-Dec-1720 Harwich, MA
    m: 24-Mar-1650 John Dillingham at Sandwich, MA

    Feake, John married Alice    
    b: @1590
    m: Cicely Reeve 16-Nov-1586 Swaffman Norfolk England
    father: Simon Feake 
    mother: Alice
    Children of John and Cicely Reeve
    Robert
    bp:
    John
    b: @1600
    m: (1) Anne Langley
    (2) Anne Dod
    (3) Margaret Halsey
    d: 3-Dec-1664 Stafford, England.
    Henry
    bp: @ 1590
    d: @1657/58 Newtonw LI, NY
    m: (1) Jane Woolstone St. Saviour's Southwark London 22-Jan-1615
    m: (2) Joanna @ 1657
    George

     

      H ... Hackney, Hutchi(n)son

     

     
    Hackney, Eugenia Josephine married William H. Reese    
    b: @1840
    m: 16 May 1858 Wilkes County
    d: 17 Jan 1921 Grovetown, Columbia County, GA
    father: Hackney, John O.
    mother: Hackney, Margaret A. (Lyle)
    In September of 2009, my sister and I went to South Carolina, Georgia, and North Carolina on a genealogy research vacation. A week before I found information on Eugenia in ancestry.com. She remarried after the death of William Henry Reese. Her 2nd husband's name was William A. Garrard. One of our stops was Grovetown. We had been here before as it was noted as the birthplace of our grandfather William Thomas, but we had no luck finding William Henry or Eugenia. This time we found her (see pictures by clicking on camera to the right). Her headstone reads Mrs. E. J. Garrard and she is lying next to her sons, Samuel S. and Robert Lee Reese, in the small cemetery across the road from the Grove First Baptist Church.

    The 1880 census shows Eugenia, as a widow, living with six of her children in District 105, Baldwin County, GA. Her occupation is "school teacher" and her marital status is "widowed"

    The 1910 census shows Eugenia living with William A. Garrard and her son Sam in Grovetown, GA.

    The 1920 census shows Eugenia living with James Garrard and her son Sam in Grovetown, GA.

    Eugenia's death record is online but under the name "Eugene Garrard" ... death record says she died 17 Jan 1921 but her headstone says 18 Jan 1921.

    Children of Eugenia and William H.
    John S. (stepson)
    b:1856
     
     
    James H.
    1860
     
     
    marr:Loula b:1863
    Margaret A.
    b:1862
     
     
    Elizabeth
    b:1864
     
     
    William Thomas, Sr.
    b:26-Jan-1868
    d:25-Jul-1943
    Samuel S.
    b:2 Aug 1870
    d:1943
    Robert Lee
    b:1873
    4 Nov 1873
    d:6 Apr 1938
    Mattie
    b:1876
     

    Hackney, John married Hackney, Nancy (Muscrove)    
    b: 1789 VA
    d: bef 1870 Polk, GA
    m: 25 Oct 1815 Polk, GA
    father:  
    mother:  
    Children of Nancy and John Hackney
    John O. Hackney
    b:1816 GA
    d: aft 1860
     
    Rebecca J.
    b:1818 Paulding, GA
    d: aft 1838
     
    Robert H.
    b:@ 1820 Paulding, GA
    d:bef 1850 Paulding, GA
     
    Mary Ann Catherine
    b:1822 GA
    d:aft 1901
     
    James A.
    b:1824 GA
    d:
    Sarah
    b:@ 1826 Paulding, GA
    d:aft1844
     
    John
    b:1829 GA
    d:
     
    Louisa
    b:1831 GA
    d:
    Nancy
    b:1833 GA
    d:
     
    Charles T.
    b:1835 GA
    d:
     
    Joseph W. B.
    b:1837 GA
    d:
     

    Hackney, John O. married Hackney, Margaret A. (Lyle)    
    b: 1816 GA
    m: 1839 GA
    d: aft 1860 GA
    father: John Hackney
    mother: Nancy Muscrove
    Children of Margaret A. and John O. Hackney
    Samuel S.
    b:Jan 1849 GA
    d:aft 1860
     
    Euginia J.
    b:1840 GA
    d:@1870 GA
     
    Isabella Catherine
    b:1847 GA
    d:aft 1870
     
    Surepta A.
    b:1844 GA
    d:aft 1860
     
    Martha Elizabeth
    b:1852 GA
    d:aft 1860
    Margaret Emeline
    b:1854 GA
    d:aft 1870
     

    1880 Paulding County, 986th District, Georgia census:
    June 22, 1880 - R.L. Hunter
    Roll M432-80, Page 82, Image 166 ... District 24-1022 ... supervisor district 31
    . . NAME AGE RELATION OCC BIRTH FATHER MOTHER
    570 701 HACKNEY, John O.
    James
    Lizzie
    Willie
    Samuel
    Robert
    Mattie
    Loula
    39
    21
    15
    12
    9
    6
    4
    18
    Head
    son
    daughter
    son
    son
    son
    daughter
    dtr-in-law
    school teacher
    RR Bridge Watchman
    Keeping House
    at home
    at home
    at home
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    Hutchinson, Milton Thomas lived with Mariah Jane Casey-Bonds    
    b: 1839
    d: 1907 Lowndesville, SC (Abbeville)
    father: Robert Hutchinson
    mother: Elizabeth Mecklin (McLin)

     

    M. T. Hutchinson was a survivor of the Civil War, serving as a Lieutenant in Company I, 14th infantry regiment, South Carolina Volunteers, C.S.A. He fought in the Battle of Antietam ... and so did William Henry Reese. I wonder how close they fought to each other.

    The 1900 census lists M.J. Bonds as "housekeeper", living in the household of M.T. Hutchinson. We took a research trip to Lowndesville, SC in 1995 and met the local historian, Mr. Arnette Carlisle, who had been married to a niece of M.J. Bonds. The story, as he told us, was that Mariah had been married to S.J. Bonds at the age of 14 and had 6 children by him. He thought the S.J. stood for Sugarus Josepheus Bonds. S.J. was killed in the Civil War around 1864, after which, Mariah had 6 more children. It is believed that she had these children while living with M.T. Hutchinson but did not marry him because she did not want to lose a Civil War pension she was receiving for being the wife of Bonds. M.T. Hutchinson also received a Civil War pension as he was wounded three times and captured on 28-Jul-1864. Mr. Carlisle took us to both the Providence and Smyrna Cemeteries in Lowndesville where most of the Hutchinsons and Bonds are buried. He also took us to a family cemetery of Casey deep in the woods, where it is believed that Mariah's mother, Mary Casey, is buried.

    M.T. Hutchinson died of Brights Disease and is buried in the Providence cemetery behind the Presbyterian Church in Lowndesville.

    Most of his statistical information was taken from his obituary as published in the Press and Banner of Abbeville.

    Company 'I', 14th SC Volunteers was raised August 1861, in the small village of Lowndesville, SC. There were originally 80 men in the company. At the surrender at Appomattox Courthouse there were only 7 men available for duty.

    "McCalla's Rifles" were accompanied by four black cooks. These were free men - not slaves. They were John McCoppin, Sidney Glynn, Alex Stratton, and Samuel Tucker. (Others were possibly Samuel J. Lee and Jim Rouse).

    The name "McCalla's Rifles" was in honor of George R. McCalla, who was a farmer in Lowndesville. Mr. McCalla donated the uniforms worn by the soldiers of Company 'I'.

    Fourteenth South Carolina Infantry Regiment
    (Gregg's/Mcgowan's Brigade)
    Army of Northern Virginia

    (COLONELS AND COMMANDING OFFICERS)

    COL. JAMES JONES
    Resigned April, 1862

    BRIGADIER GENERAL SAMUEL MCGOWAN
    General to date from 1/17/63 ... Wounded four times

    BRIGADIER GENERAL ABNER PERRIN*
    General to date from 09/10/63
    "I shall come out of this fight a live major general or a dead brigadier." Guess which...the battle was the Wilderness.

    COL. J.N. BROWN
    Wounded at Gaines Mill and Gettysburg
    Captured Noel Station on North Anna 5/23/64 ... Exchanged 8/3/64

    LT.COL. EDWARD CROFT (C)
    Wounded at Seven Days and Gettysburg

    LT.COL. W.D. SIMPSON
    Resigned to enter Confederate Congress

    CAPT. J.H. BOATWRIGHT

    LT. COLONELS: SAMUEL MCGOWAN, J.N. BROWN, EDWARD CROFT(C), W.D. SIMPSON

    MAJORS:W.J. CARTER, EDWARD CROFT(C), W.H. HARPER

    Staff:

    D.E. Brown (Adj.)
    W.B. Carson (Chap.)
    J.A. Clark (Music.)
    Franklin Cutgez
    M. Davis
    Harry Hammond (Comsy.)
    Louis V. Huot (Surg.)
    Lott Jennings (Music.)
    P.D. Jennings (Music.)
    H. Langford
    William Lott (Music.)
    W.J. Ready (Adj.)
    H. Rodgers (Nurse)
    P. Sageman
    W.M. Scarborough (Surg.)
    C.L. Siegel (Ch.Music.)
    J.J. Smith (Band)
    C.H. Suber (Regt. QM)

    I H.H. HARPER ABBEVILLE MCCALLA RIFLES
  • W.R. WHITE
  • E.W. Davis (1Lt.)
  • W.J. Robertson (1Lt.)
  • J.G. Baskin Jr. (2Lt.)
  • M.T. Hutchison (2Lt.)
  • G.L. Bell (1Sgt)
  • T.A. Cater (OrdSgt.)
  • R.H. Harkness (OrdSgt.)

    BATTLES

    Date Battle Location
    10/61
    06/30/62
    08/29-08/30/62
    09/01/62
    09/17/62
    09/20/62
    12/13/62
    05/05/63
    07/01-07/03/63
    07/14/63
    10/09-10/22/63
    11/12/63
    05/05-05/07/64
    05/08-05/20/64
    05/23-05/26/64
    05/23/64
    06/01-06/03/64
    06/64
    07/28/64
    08/64
    08/16/64
    08/64
    08/24/64
    09/30/64
    10/01/64
    03/31/65
    04/01/65
    04/02/65
    04/09/65
    Aiken, SC
    Frayser's Farm
    Second Manassas
    Ox Hill
    Sharpsburg (Antietam)
    Shepherdstown
    Fredericksburg
    Chancellorsville
    Gettysburg
    Falling Waters
    Bristoe Campaign
    Mine Run
    Wilderness
    Spotsylvania
    North Anna
    Jericho Ford
    Cold Harbor
    Following Cold Harbor
    Deep Bottom
    Petersburg
    Fussell Mills / Deep Bottom Run or Strawberry Plains
    McGowan Returns
    Ream's Station
    Jones Farm
    Pegram's Farm
    Gravelly Run
    Five Forks
    Dinwiddie Courthouse
    Appomattox
     
     
    Railroad Cut
     
    Close of Battle
     
    Gap in Center
    Attacking 05/03
    First Day, The Town
     
     
     
     
    Bloody Angle
     
     
     
    Conner takes Brigade Command
     
     
     
    Before Ream's Stations
     
    Squirrel Level Road
     m
     
     
     
     

    Hutchison, James L. - Died at Camp Gregg in 1863.
    Hutchinson, Milton T.

    Name:
    Company:
    Unit:
    Rank - Induction:
    Rank - Discharge:
    Allegiance:
    Notes:
    Milton T. Hutchinson
    I
    14 South Carolina Infantry
    Sergeant
    2 Lieutenant
    Confederate
    Hutcheson Milton T

  • Children of Mariah and M.T. Hutchinson (all maintained the Bonds name)
    Allen Mason
    b:1870
    d:8-Aug-1937
    Richard Dickerson
    b:2-Aug-1871
    d:12-Feb-1933
    Nancy Brooks
    b:28-Jan-1874
    d:4-Jul-1945
    Boozer
    b:27-Jul-1875
    d:5-Dec-1954
    Jack Benson
    b:Jun-1879
    d:25-Dec-1962
    Wade Hampton
    b:3-May-1882
    d:15-Mar-1944

    Hutchinson, Nancy (Nannie) Brooks Bonds married Reese (Sr.), William Thomas    
    b: 28-Jan-1874 Lowndesville, SC (Abbeville County)
    d: 4-Jul-1945 Hamlet, NC (Richmond County)
    father:   (unknown)
    mother: Mary Casey

    Nancy (Nannie) was the 2nd wife of William Thomas Reese, Sr.

    Nancy spent her last years in Hamlet, NC. She is buried in Monroe, NC (Union) with her husband in the Reese family plot.

    Children of William Thomas, Sr. and Nancy (Nannie) Brooks
    Lillian 'Sis', 'Dis'
    b:28-Aug-1897
    Parksville, SC (Aiken)
    d:1989
    Henry Aiken
    1898
    Parkesville, SC (Aiken)
    d:1975
    m:Catherine Millikin
    Charles Gladstone
    b:14-Aug-1900
    Parksville, SC (Aiken)
    d:24-Jul-1914
    Mildred Alma
    b:13-Mar-1902
    Monroe, NC (Union)
    d:4-May-1974
    m:Rufus Plato Edwards
    Marion Allen
    b:13-Sep-1906
    Monroe, NC (Union)
    d:25-Apr-1908
    William Thomas, Jr.
    b:9-Feb-1910
    Monroe, NC
    m:Dorothy Helen Love
    James Leonard
    b:22-Sep-1913
    Hamlet, NC (Richmond)
    d:16-Jun-1982
    m:Lena Alma Taylor

    Hutchinson, Robert married (1) Elizabeth Mecklin 19-Mar-1828 (2) Catherine D. Radcliffe
    b: 2-Dec-1805
    d: 24-Sep-1882 Lowndesville, SC (Abbeville County)
    buried: Providence Cemetery
    father: Samuel Hutchinson
    mother: Elizabeth ???

     

    The following paragraph is from Sharyn Kane and Richard Keeton's Beneath These Waters: Archeological and Historical Studies of 11,500 Years Along the Savannah River (2nd edition, 1994). p. 201:

    Some of the reservoir area's earliest and most powerful families were directly affected by the [Civil] war. Among them were the Hutchisons. Robert Hutchison was the son of one of the first pioneer families to settle on the South Carolina side of the Savannah River. He became one of the richest men in the region, rivaling James Edward Calhoun in his property holdings, and earning a place of leadership in the community. Hutchison was so financially successful that he often made loans to others and became known by the nickname of "everybody's banker."

    Children of Robert and Elizabeth Mecklin, 19-Mar-1828
    Hugh Mecklin Hutchinson
    b:19-Jan-1829
    d:1-Jan-1831
    Samuel C. Hutchinson
    b:1-Nov-1831
    d:16-Jan-1834
    John A. Hutchinson
    b:30-Nov-1833
    d:14-May-1863
    m:13-Apr-1859 Eva N. Dean
    Benjamin F. Hutchinson
    b:19-Oct-1835
    d:?
    m:9-Apr-1861 Rebecca Rosa Pressly
    Robert Barney Hutchinson
    b:31-Oct-1837
    d:28-Mar-1906
    m:3-Jan-1861 America C. Burton and (2) Louisa Jane Clinkscales
    Milton T. (Sonny) Hutchinson
    b:16-Sep-1839
    d:22-Mar-1907
    Children of Robert and Catherine D. Radcliffe, 19-Dec-1843
    Vincent Henry Hutchinson
    b:22-Mar-1845
    d:abt. 1865 Point Lookout Prison, MD
    Palmyra Antoinette Hutchinson
    b:2-Apr-1847
    d:7-Jun-1908
    m:13-May-1863 Robert Alexander Pressly
    Alice Havana Hutchinson
    b:1-Sep-1853
    d:5-Jun-1910
    m:22-Apr-1875 Benjamin Andrew Boyd
    Laura Celestia Hutchinson
    b:18-Jan-1857
    d:19-Mar-1935
    m:13-Feb-1879 John Wesley Carlisle
    Kitty Othello Hutchinson
    b:9-Jan-1865
    d:23-Nov-1925
    m:13-Jan-1892 Robert William Hester
    Frank Seymour Hutchinson
    b:29-Apr-1867
    d:6-Mar-1951
    m:Mollie Parnell

    Hutchison, Samuel married (1) Elizabeth ?
    b: @1774-1784
    d:
    buried:
    father: William Hutchinson
    mother: ?

     

    The following paragraph is from Sharyn Kane and Richard Keeton's Beneath These Waters: Archeological and Historical Studies of 11,500 Years Along the Savannah River (2nd edition, 1994). p. 201:

    Some of the reservoir area's earliest and most powerful families were directly affected by the [Civil] war. Among them were the Hutchisons. Robert Hutchison was the son of one of the first pioneer families to settle on the South Carolina side of the Savannah River. He became one of the richest men in the region, rivaling James Edward Calhoun in his property holdings, and earning a place of leadership in the community. Hutchison was so financially successful that he often made loans to others and became known by the nickname of "everybody's banker."

    Children of Samuel and Elizabeth
    Margaret Hutchison
    b: 1790s
    d:
    Nancy Agnes Hutchison
    b: 1800
    d:22-Mar-1870
    buried:Generostee ARP Church Cemetery
    Robert Hutchison
    b:2-Dec-1805
    d:24-Sep-1882
    m:19-Mar-1828 Elizabeth Mecklin
    William Hutchison
    b:2-Dec-1805
    d:?
    m1:Margaret Lindsey
    m2:Sarah Means Harris
    m3:Elizabeth Maxwell

     

      L ... Love, Lyle

     

     
    Love, Dorothy Helen married Reese (Jr.), William Thomas    
    b: 25-Feb-1916 Mexico, Oxford County, ME
    m: 12-Dec-1936 Philadelphia, PA
    father:   Percy Burdette Love
    mother: Hazel Winnifred Dean

    William and Dorothy were married in the Rectory of a Methodist Church in West Philadelphia and spent their weekend honeymoon at the Pennsylvania Hotel in NYC. They returned to Philadelphia to live with Dorothy's parents at 54th and Spruce until their first born, Joyce, was 6 months old. For the next 4 years they lived in an apartment at 54th and Larchwood then moved to 52nd & Spruce where they lived in a second floor apartment for a couple of years. Their next move was out to the suburbs, 660 West Ashland Avenue in Glenolden. They lived here from 1954-1990. In 1990 they sold their home and went to live with daughter Joan in Folcroft, then in 1997 with daughter Karen in San Diego, California where they live today.

    Children of William Thomas, Jr. and Dorothy Helen
    Joyce Helen
    Philadelphia, PA
    Joan Ellen
    Philadelphia, PA
    Karen Winnefred
    Philadelphia, PA

    Love, Frances married James Love    
    b: 1788
    d:
    m:
    father:   ?
    mother: ?
    buried:

    The 1851 Canadian Census for Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada ... Parish of Saint David

    LOVEFrances63WidowIrish 
     William26Son, Farmer:PropNB 
     Hugh22Son, Farmer:PropNB 
     Martha21Wife of HughNB 

    The 1851 Canadian Census for Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada ... Parish of Saint Stephen

    LOVELavinia29WidowNB 
     James8SonNB 
     Francis C.6SonNB 
     John4SonNB 

    The 1851 Canadian Census for Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada ... Parish of Saint James

    LOVEJames28Husband, BlacksmithNB 
     Ellen26WifeIrish 
     Frances T.5DaughterNB 
     Phebe3DaughterNB 
     William H.1SonNB 
    LOVEJoseph36Husband, FarmerIrish 
     Mary26WifeIrish 
     Eliza E.6DaughterNB 
     Frances4DaughterNB 
      Joseph J. 1 SonNB  
    LOVE Robert 39 Husband Irish  
      Margaret 38 Wife Irish  
      Joanna 13 Daughter NB  
      William J. 4 Son NB  
      Archibald 2 Son NB  

    Children of Frances and James Love:

    Robert
    b:abt 1812 Ireland
    d:
    m:Margaret
    1838 Joanna
    1847 William J.
    1849 Archibald
    1855 Elizabeth
    Joseph
    b:abt 1814 Ireland
    d:
    m:Mary
    1845 Eliza E.
    1847 Frances
    1850 Joseph J.
    1854 Margaret
    1856 Lucinda
    1862 William
    1864 James H.
    Mary Ann
    b:abt
    m:John Gregory
    Lavinia
    b:abt 1822
    d:
    m:
    1843 James
    1845 Francis C.
    1847 John
    James
    b:abt 1823
    d:
    m:Ellen
    1846 Frances Jane
    1848 Phebe
    1850 William H.
    --m:Mary E.
    ----1858 Robert J.
    ----1860 John A.
    ----1862 Frederick
    ----1865 Martha
    ----1867 Arthur
    William
    b:abt1829 New Brunswick, Canada
    d:22 Jul 1898 New Brunswick
    m:Electra
    1856 Nancy G.
    1859 Hugh
    1863 Emma
    1864 Olive
    1868 Robert B.
    1870 Alice
    Hugh
    b:abt 1830
    d:
    m:

    Love, Hugh married Rosa Ella Tracy    
    b: Jan1859 on the Valley Road, St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada
    d: 25-Jun-1936 King Street, St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada
    m: Rose Ella Tracey @1881 Maine b:1859 d:1906
    father:   William Love
    mother: Unknown
    2nd marriage: Jennie Woods b:1884 d:1965
    buried: St. Stephen Rural Cemetery ... Tombstone Inscription:
    Section B3 - Row 1 - Group of 2
    LOVE / Hugh 1859 - 1936 / Sarah J. 1884 - 1965 / Rosa E. / Wife of Hugh LOVE / 1859 - 1906 / Sarah Jane [footstone]
    1891 Census, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada - Father Birth=NB, Mother Birth=NB, Religion=Methodist, Industry:Butcher
    Name Age Birthday Birthplace Industry
    Hugh
    Rose
    Vera
    Vernard
    Galen
    Winifred
    Foster
    James
    30
    29
    9
    7
    5
    3
    2
    0
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    NB
    US
    NB
    NB
    NB
    NB
    NB
    NB
    Butcher
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    1901 Census, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada - Father Tribal=English, Religion=Methodist, Industry:Laundry
    Rosa E.'s year of immigration to Canada=1880 from US 3
    Name Age Birthday Birthplace Industry
    Hugh
    Rosa E.
    Vera E.
    Vernard L.
    Galen W.
    Alice
    William
    Percy Burdette
    Etta M. Love
    Harley W.
    Celia M.
    Dorothy
    40
    39
    19
    17
    15
    13
    11
    9
    8
    5
    3
    4/12
    24Feb1860
    14Oct1861
    26Feb1882
    19May1883
    3July1885
    10July1887
    13May1890
    5Apr1891
    22Mar1893
    14Feb1896
    20Jan1898
    14Nov1900
    NB
    US
    NB
    NB
    NB
    NB
    NB
    NB
    NB
    NB
    NB
    NB
    Laundry
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    1911 Census, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada - Tribal=Scotch, Religion=Methodist, Industry:Store Keeper, Habitation: King Street
    Name Age Birthday Immigration Industry
    Hugh
    Jennie
    Percy
    Harley
    Celia
    Ralph
    Mabel
    52
    27
    19
    15
    13
    9
    6/12
    Jan1859
    Jun1884
    Apr1891
    Jan1896
    Jan1898
    May1902
    Nov1910
    NB
    Ireland
    NB
    NB
    NB
    NB
    NB
    Store Keeper
     
    Grocery
    Grocery
     
     
    Hugh's love was harness racing and horse breeding. His first success was Rose L. (named after his wife?>. Another very successful horse was Lady Fondly. Lady Fondly was used "to deliver meat in the morning and bring home the bacon on the racetrack in the afternoon". In the old days they would race for "oats, fun, money or marbles" (excerpts from unknown newspaper). The origin of the St. Croix track, off King Street where they raced was "through land owned by Foster Tracy. The contract for preparing the track has been awarded to William Love for $900".

    Hugh Love's obituary (newspaper unknown):

    St. Stephen lost one of its best known residents Thursday night of last week with the passing of Hugh Love, for many years prominently identified with horse-racing and lumbering in Charlotte County, in his 77th year. He had been confined to the house for seven months and his death was not unexpected.

    He was born on the Valley Road, one of a family of twelve children of William Love, and as a young man conducted a general store in Calais, although residing in St. Stephen where he lived practically his whole life. Later he entered the lumbering business with his father-in-law under the name of Love and Tracey. Always a lover of good horses, he acquired a large stable of racers including a number of the best performers ever owned in New Brunswick, and his love for this sport was the means of his becoming one of the promoters of the St. Stephen Exhibition. He was unusually active for a man of his years. It was less than a year ago that he began to feel the effects of the disease which was sapping his energy and which led eventually to his death.

    Mr. Love was twice married. His first wife, formerly Rose Tracey, died in 1906 and by her he is survived by five sons, Verne, Foster, Harley of St. Stephen, Percy of Philadelphia and Ralph of the R.C.M.P., now stationed at Minto; and four daughters, Mrs. W.A. Speedy of New York, Mrs William Middlemiss of St. Stephen, Mrs. William Spires of Calais. One son, Galen, was killed in a railway accident and a daughter also predeceased him. He later married Miss Jennie Woods who survives him with one son, Hugh. He is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. John Maxwell of Old Ridge and Miss Laura of Moore's Mills.

    The funeral was held at his late home on King Street Sunday afternoon at 2:30, conducted by Rev. P.A. Fitzpatrick assisted by Rev. D.W. Blackall. Two favorite selections were sung by a male quartet comprising Hal Beek, Walter DeWolfe, Flasiv Allen and W.A. Hyslop. The number of floral tributes received and the many who attended the service and joined in the cortege to the Rural Cemetery, where the body was laid at rest, testified to the esteem in which he was held throughout the district. The pall-bearers were John Speedy, Hazen Linton, Fred Woodard and Lindsay Magoon.

    Children of Hugh and Rose Ella Tracey:

    Vernard Raymond
    b:1882
    d:Oct-1937
    m:Helen Keene
    Winnifred
    b:3-Jul-1888
    d:
    m:William Middlemiss 24-Jul-1939
    William Foster
    b:13-May-1889
    d:14-Jan-1974
    m:Clara Etta Libby 1909
    Percy Burdette
    b:3-Apr-1891 St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada
    d:24-Apr-1976 Philadelphia, PA
    m:Hazel Winnifred Dean 20-May-1914
    Harley W.
    b:14-Jan-1896
    d:8-Dec-1973
    m:Elva Marie Libby Jul-1926
    Ralph
    b:27-May-1902
    d:1-Dec-1946
    m:Hazel G. Hartin 1926
    Vera
    b:
    d:
    m:W.A. Speedy
    Cecilia
    b:
    d:
    m:Milton Stewart
    Doris
    b:
    d:
    m:William Spires
    Galen
    b:
    d:
    m:
    Madora
    b:
    d:(age 16)
    m:
    Children of Hugh and Jennie Woods:
    Mabel
    b:1911
    Hugh

    Love, James married Frances Donald    
    b: 15Jun1783 Belfast, Antrim, Ireland
    d: 5Jun1841 Fairfield, OH
    m: Frances Donald
    father:   Robert Love
    mother: Annie Hewiston

    Children of Frances and James Love:

    Donald
    Thomas Houston
    Joan McLure Robert
    b:abt 1812 Ireland
    d:
    m:Margaret
    1838 Joanna
    1847 William J.
    1849 Archibald
    1855 Elizabeth
    Joseph
    b:11Jun1818 Ireland
    d:
    m:Mary
    1845 Eliza E.
    1847 Frances
    1850 Joseph J.
    1854 Margaret
    1856 Lucinda
    1862 William
    1864 James H.
    Mary Ann
    b:22Dec1817 Dublin
    m:John Gregory
    Lavinia
    b:abt 1822
    d:
    m:
    1843 James
    1845 Francis C.
    1847 John
    James
    b:6Jun1822 St. Davids Ridge, St. David NB Canada
    m:Ellen
    -1846 Frances Jane
    -1848 Phebe
    -1850 William H. m:Mary E.
    --1858 Robert J.
    --1860 John A.
    --1862 Frederick
    --1865 Martha
    --1867 Arthur
    William J.
    b:abt1829 New Brunswick, Canada
    d:22 Jul 1898 New Brunswick
    m:Electra
    -1856 Nancy G.
    -1859 Hugh
    -1863 Emma
    -1864 Olive
    -1868 Robert B.
    -1870 Alice
    Hugh
    b:abt 1830
    d:
    m:

    1930 King County, Brooklyn Borough, Assembly Dist 7, New York census:
    51st Street, April 14, 1930 - Caroline Furn???
    Roll T626-1505, Page 135 sheet # 2a, Image 0270 ... District 24-1022 ... supervisor district 31
    . . . NAME RELATION AGE BIRTH FATHER MOTHER OCC INDUSTRY .
    1646 13 25 LOVE, Percy
    Hazel
    Dorothy
    Rose
    Marion
    Elva
    Eileen
    Carol
    Head
    wife
    daughter
    daughter
    daughter
    daughter
    daughter
    son
    39
    32
    14
    12
    9
    8
    5
    2.5
    Canada
    Maine
    Maine
    Maine
    Maine
    Maine
    NY
    NY
    Canada
    Maine
    Canada
    Canada
    Canada
    Canada
    Canada
    Canada
    Canada
    Maine
    Maine
    Maine
    Maine
    Maine
    Maine
    Maine
    ?
    none
    none
    none
    none
    none
    none
    none
    bag fact
    none
    none
    none
    none
    none
    none
    none
    .
    Love, Percy Burdette married Hazel Winnifred Dean    
    b: 3-Apr-1891 on the Valley Road, St. Stephen, New Brunswick, (Charlotte County) Canada
    d: 24-Apr-1976 Philadelphia, PA
    m: Hazel Winnifred Dean 20-May-1914 Mexico, Maine
    father:   Hugh Love
    mother: Rosella Tracey
    Percy Love worked for various paper mills ... at one time as Chief, Candy & Envelope Division, Continental Paper & Bag Mills Corporation, Foot of 51st Street, Brooklyn, NY.

    His birth certificate is handwritten and signed by W.M. Deinstadt, M.D. of St. Stephen, New Brunswick stating "This is to certify i was present at birth Percy B. Love borne April 3, 1991 at St. Stephen, New Brunswick. There was a certified copy of registration entered 29-Dec-1926.

    His death certificate listed cause of death as "cardiac decompensation due to arterio sclerotic heart disease", signed by Dr. G. Hess MD of Rockledge, PA.

    Percy Love's obituary (newspaper unknown):
    LOVE April 24, 1976 Percy B. of Phila., beloved husband of the late Hazel, devoted father of Dorothy Reese, Rose DeRito, Marion Taylor, Elva Maines, Arlene Wecksler and Carol Love, also survived by 3 sisters, 15 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Relatives and friends invited to funeral Tue. 11am, Richardson Funeral Home 7450 Oxford Ave. Viewing Mon. eve 6-9. Int. Lawnview Cemetery.

    Children of Percy Burdette and Hazel Winnifred Dean:
    Donald
    b:19 Jul 1914
    d:18 Aug 1915
    Acute Indigestion
    Dorothy Helen
    b:25 Feb 1916 Mexico, Oxford, ME
    m:William Thomas Reese 12 Dec 1936 Philadelphia, PA
    d:27 Mar 2006 Folcroft, Delaware, PA
    Rose Ella
    b:12 Dec 1917 Mexico, Oxford, ME
    d:
    m:Charles Weiss
    Marion Elaine
    b:11 Apr 1920 Mexico, Oxford, ME
    d:8 May 2002 Pottstown, Montgomery, PA
    m:Harold Taylor
    Elva May
    b:19 Sep 1921
    d:
    m:Edward Maines
    Arlene Alice
    b:
    d:
    ml:Melvin Hitchner
    Carol Roy
    b:Brooklyn, NY
    d:
    m:Margaret
    1930 King County, Brooklyn Borough, Assembly Dist 7, New York census:
    51st Street, April 14, 1930 - Caroline Furn???
    Roll T626-1505, Page 135 sheet # 2a, Image 0270 ... District 24-1022 ... supervisor district 31
    . . . NAME RELATION AGE BIRTH FATHER MOTHER OCC INDUSTRY .
    1646 13 25 LOVE, Percy
    Hazel
    Dorothy
    Rose
    Marion
    Elva
    Eileen
    Carol
    Head
    wife
    daughter
    daughter
    daughter
    daughter
    daughter
    son
    39
    32
    14
    12
    9
    8
    5
    2.5
    Canada
    Maine
    Maine
    Maine
    Maine
    Maine
    NY
    NY
    Canada
    Maine
    Canada
    Canada
    Canada
    Canada
    Canada
    Canada
    Canada
    Maine
    Maine
    Maine
    Maine
    Maine
    Maine
    Maine
    ?
    none
    none
    none
    none
    none
    none
    none
    bag fact
    none
    none
    none
    none
    none
    none
    none
    .
    Love, William married    
    b: 1829
    d: 22-Jul-1898 St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada
    m:
    father: James Love
    mother: Frances
    buried: St. Stephen Rural Cemetery
    Section O6 - Row 1 ... inscription:
    William LOVE / Died / July 22, 1898 / Ae. 69 Yrs. / LOVE /

    The 1851 Canadian Census for Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada ... Parish of Saint David

    LOVEFrances63WidowIrish 
      William 26Son, Farmer:Prop NB  
      Hugh 22 Son, Farmer:Prop NB  
      Martha 21 Wife of Hugh NB 

    Children of William Love:

     
    b:
    d:
    m:
     
    b:
    d:
    m:
     
    b:
    d:
    m:
    Hugh
    b:1859 St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada
    d:1936 St. Stephen, New Brunswick
    m:Rosa Ella Tracy

    Lyle, Margaret A. married Hackney, John O.    
    b: 1824 GA
    m: 1839 GA
    d:bef 02 1860 Nov Wilkes County, GA
    father: Lyle
    mother: Maria Elizabeth
    Children of Margaret A. and John O. Hackney
    Samuel S.
    b:Jan 1849 GA
    d:aft 1860
     
    Euginia J.
    b:1840 GA
    d:@1870 GA
     
    Isabella Catherine
    b:1847 GA
    d:aft 1870
     
    Surepta A.
    b:1844 GA
    d:aft 1860
     
    Martha Elizabeth
    b:1852 GA
    d:aft 1860
    Margaret Emeline
    b:1854 GA
    d:aft 1870
     

     

      M ... McCurdy, Mecklin, Muscrove

     

     
    McCurdy, Mary married Stephen Casey    
    b:abt.1800
    d: 12-Oct-1908 in Lowndesville, SC (Abbeville)
    father: ? McCurdy
    mother:

    Children of Mary and Stephen Casey

    Mariah J.
    b:abt.1836
    d:12-Oct-1908 Lowndesville, Abbeville County, SC
    m:S.J. Bonds
    Sarah Ann
    b:
    d:
    m:Masey
    Mary E.
    b:
    d:
    m:Christopher
    m:Edward Prince
    Malinday
    b:abt 1844
    d:
    m:McAdams
    Edward
    b:abt 1848
    d:
    (not sure if this is Mariah's son or Mary's as listed in census above)
    1850 Anderson County, South Carolina census:
    .
    . . NAME RELATION AGE OCC BIRTH . .
    995 . CASEY, Mary
    Maria(h) Bonds
    James H.
    Malinda Casey
    Edward Casey
    Head
    daughter
    .
    .
    .
    .
    50
    14
    1/2
    6
    2
    Keeping House
    .
    .
    .
    .
    SC
    SC
    SC
    SC
    SC
    SC
    . .

    Mecklin, Elizabeth D. married Robert Hutchinson 19-Mar-1828   
    b:7-Oct-1803
    d: 1843
    father: Captain Hugh McLin
    mother: Eleanor Pickens

    Children of Robert and Elizabeth Mecklin, 19-Mar-1828
    Hugh Mecklin Hutchinson
    b:19-Jan-1829
    d:1-Jan-1831
    Samuel C. Hutchinson
    b:1-Nov-1831
    d:16-Jan-1834
    John A. Hutchinson
    b:30-Nov-1833
    d:14-May-1863
    m:13-Apr-1859 Eva N. Dean
    Benjamin F. Hutchinson
    b:19-Oct-1835
    d:?
    m:9-Apr-1861 Rebecca Rosa Pressly
    Robert Barney Hutchinson
    b:31-Oct-1837
    d:28-Mar-1906
    m:3-Jan-1861 America C. Burton and (2) Louisa Jane Clinkscales
    Milton T. (Sonny) Hutchinson
    b:16-Sep-1839
    d:22-Mar-1907

    Muscrove, Nancy married Hackney, John married    
    b: 1793 GA
    d: bef 1860
    m: 25 Oct 1815 Polk, GA
    father:  
    mother:  
    Children of Nancy and John Hackney
    John O. Hackney
    b:1816 GA
    d: aft 1860
     
    Rebecca J.
    b:1818 Paulding, GA
    d: aft 1838
     
    Robert H.
    b:@ 1820 Paulding, GA
    d:bef 1850 Paulding, GA
     
    Mary Ann Catherine
    b:1822 GA
    d:aft 1901
     
    James A.
    b:1824 GA
    d:
    Sarah Hackney
    b:@ 1826 Paulding, GA
    d:aft1844
     
    John Hackney
    b:1829 GA
    d:
     
    Louisa Hackney
    b:1831 GA
    d:
    Nancy Hackney
    b:1833 GA
    d:
     
    Charles T.
    b:1835 GA
    d:
     
    Joseph W. B.
    b:1837 GA
    d:
     
     

      R ... Rees, Reese

     

     
    Rees, Hugh Sr. married Margaret James and Elizabeth Newsom(e)   
    b: 20 Dec 1742 VA
    d: 12 Dec 1825 Columbia County, GA
    m: @1765 VA
    m: 20 Nov 1794 Warren County, GA
    burr: McDuffie, GA
    father: (best guess) William of Prince George Co., VA, b: 1717
    mother: (unknown)

    MIGRATION
    - 1765 married in VA
    - 1770 landowner with brothers William & Isham in Craven County, SC (Camden District)
    - 1788 JP in Wilkes Co., GA - 1794 married Elizabeth Newsom in Warren County, GA - 1795 landowner in Warren County, GA
    - 1825 died in Columbia County, GA
    - 1825 burried in McDuffie County, GA

    Warren and Columbia Counties were joined together on October 18, 1870 to form McDuffie County. The entire area was originally St. Paul's Parish with original settlers made up of Creek, Cherokee, Uchee and Shawnee Indians.

    A biography of Joseph McMath (by Jonathan Snyder) reports that ... "On 1 August 1795, he (Joseph) purchased 300 acres of land on Brier Creek in Warren County, Georgia from James and Mary McCormick for the sum of thirty pounds. The land bordered Thomas Jones' land on the West, William Whares' land on the North and Rees' land on the West. He obtained 100 acres of land on Brier Creek in Warren County, Georgia from Hugh Rees for the sum of $100 on 15 March 1798. This land bordered William Whairis and vacant land to the Southwest, Newsom's and vacant land to the West and Brier Creek to the Northwest. On 21 September 1803, he sold 200 acres of land in Warren County, Georgia to Jesse Carter for the sum of $40. This land bordered lands owned by Hugh Rees, Jesse Carter and Clabern Newsom" ...

    Did Hugh migrate from VA and SC with the Newsom family? Were they Quakers looking for religious freedom? Is Claiborne Newsom his wife's brother (Elizabeth was born in 1758)? Their parents would be Soloman Newsom, Sr. and Martha Matthews? There was a Claiborne Newsom, born 1742 in Brunswick County, VA ... married to Hester Duckworth. His parents were ???. Claiborne died in 1824 Columbia County, GA. There is more information about his anscestors on Family Search online.

    A listing of Early Wrightsborough Township Landholders, Residents and Associated Families, 1768-1810, includes Hugh Rees and his spouse, Elizabeth Newsom plus Benjamin Rees with no spouse listed. This index is made up of names taken from various sources, the main ones being Hinshaw's American Quaker Genealogy, Vol. 5 and "The Story of Wrightsboro, 1768-1964", as well as much information provided by descendants of some of the families.

    This Quaker Colony began in 1767 when 12,000 acres were reserved for the Quakers provided at least 10 families settled on the land by February 1, 1768. Click here to read more about Wrightsborough Colonization.

    Posted by: Sue Date: Sept 09, 2001 at 20:44:21

    According to papers "Notes on the Rees Family by H.C. Gray, 1022 Mosby Rd., Memphis TN" on file at Evans Memorial Library, Aberdeen MS. (H.C. Gray m. Jimmie Carothers, dau. of James Wilson Carothers and Fannie Myrtle Alsup, dau. of Lycurgus Alsup, son of Elisha Benton Alsup and Martha Rees, dau. of William Rees and Lettice McCrary.

    "Around 1820 two sons of Hugh, namely Moses, William Rees, and their sister Thirza, who married Allen Duckworth, son of William (corrected to Jeremiah) Duckworth, moved to Monroe County, Miss. Along with them came Jeremiah Rees, son of Benjamin Rees, their cousin."

    Probate Court of Monroe County: pack 94; Margaret Duckworth et al: "The minor heirs of Allen Duckworth Viz: Margaret, William, Samuel, Cordelia, Thirsy, Martha, Joseph, and Allen Duckworth. Jeremiah Reese appointed guardian 1831. Money received for wards by Jeremiah Reese from estate of William Duckworth.

    Children of Hugh and Margaret (James) b:@1748 VA to Sherwood James, Jr. and Martha Holiday ... d: 1793 Columbia, GA ... m: @1765 VA
    William
    b:abt. 1766/1777 VA
     
     
    John
    b:abt. 1769 SC
    d: 5 Apr 1819 Jefferson, GA
     
     
    Dorcus
    b:abt. 1770 SC
     
     
    Mary
    b:abt. 1772 SC
     
     
    Sarah
    b:abt. 1774 SC
     
     
    Benjamin
    b:abt. 1776 SC
    d: 1865 GA
     
     
    Thorza
    b:abt. 1782 SC
     
     
    Jeremiah Rees
    b:abt. 1786 SC
    d: 29 Aug 1833 Lincoln, GA
     
    Hugh, Jr.
    b:abt. 1790 Columbia, GA

    m: Martha McGee
     
    Children of Hugh, Sr. and Elizabeth (Newsome) b: 22 Jan 1772 GA ... d: 7 Jan 1848 Columbia, GA ... m: 20 Nov 1794 Warren, GA
    Elizabeth
    b:1797 Warren County, GA
     
     
    Female Rees
    b:1799 Columbia, GA
     
     
    Britton C.
    b:1801 Columbia, GA
     
     
    Moses
    b:1804 Columbia, GA
     
     
    Mariah Prudence
    b:1804 Columbia, GA
     
     
    Simeon Averitt
    b: 1805 Columbia, GA
     
    Harrison
    b:1805 Columbia, GA
    d:5 Jun 1875 McDuffie, GA
     
    Vincent
    b:1808 Columbia, GA
     
     

    Rees, Roger married (unknown)   
    b: @1662
    d: Prince George Co., VA
    m:
    father: (unknown)
    mother: (unknown)

    MIGRATION
    -

    Not much is known about Roger, father of William Rees b:1690, grandfather of William Rees b:1717, (UNCONFIRMED - POSSIBLE) great-grandfather of Hugh Rees, Sr. b 1742. Various spellings of early Virginia records make clues hard to find ... e.g. Roger REASE, William RICE, William REECE and even RAES.

    Roger served as an appraiser for Thomas Anderson (1663-1711), owner of "The Cattails" plantation in Prince George Co., VA. More information can be found about him as he left a will found in Prince George Wills & Deeds 1710-1713 p.36. Thomas' daughter Mary Anderson married Roger's first son, Roger Rees in 1726, and they had four known sons, Thomas (1711-1769), Roger (1712), Hugh (1709), John (1720). The sons names follow the pattern Mother's Father, Father's Father, Mother's Grandfather?????

    Publications such as 491p. The Bristol Registers of Servants Sent to Foreign Plantations 1654-1686 reports a Roger Reece on page two, having been an immigrant who came to Virginia in 1654. England was bursting at the seams after having doubled in population in less than a century. Bristol and London were pumping out immigrants to the East Coast of America and the West Indies. People would sign on for five to fifteen year indentured servitude to a plantation and get free transportation and room and board once they arrived. Tobacco and sugar were the main Virginia industries and the English immigrants were the primary souce of labor during the 1600s. They were also able to acquire land. I am searching to see what ship(s) may have sailed to Virginia in 1654. The data makes me think this could be Roger's father (Roger Reece) although children were sold into servitude, as well. This is based on my supposition that my Roger was born in 1660s because his first born was born in 1683. Coldham, Peter Wilson: 600p. The Complete Book of Immigrants shows Roger Reece immigrating in 1654, too, on page 276.

    Bristol database of Indentured Servants 1654-1686:
    SERVANT NAME SERVANT'S PLACE of ORIGIN SERVANT'S OCCUPATION SERVANT'S DESTINATION SERVANT'S SHIP SERVANT'S DATE OF INDENTURE SERVANT'S GENDER AGENT'S NAME AGENT'S PLACE of ORIGIN AGENT'S OCCUPATION
    Roger Reece Kildwelly Carmarthenshire . Virginia . October 14, 1654 male Christopher Churchill . merchant
    Roger Reece . . Virginia . August 7, 1671 male William Sanders . .

    Children of Roger:
    Roger Rees
    b:abt. 1683 VA
    d: 1746 Prince George Co., VA
    m: Mary Anderson
    William Rees
    b: 1690 Charles City, VA
    d:
    d: 1738 Prince George Co., VA
     
    Richard Rees
    b: bef 1695
    d:
    m:
     

    Rees, William married (unknown)   
    b: 1690 Charles City, VA
    d: @1738 Prince George Co., VA
    m:
    father: Roger Rees of Charles CIty, VA, b: @1667
    mother: (unknown)

    MIGRATION
    - 1711 Feb 10th, deed Edward Goodrich of Prince George Co. to William Reese 50 acres in Westover Parish
    - 1726 Mar 23rd, survey on upper side of Nummisseen Creek 326 acres ... William Rees

    Not much is known about William, father of William Rees, and his own father Roger. Various spellings of early Virginia records make clues hard to find ... e.g. Roger REASE, William RICE, William REECE and even RAES.

    Children of William:
    William Rees
    b:abt. 1717 VA
     
    m:
    Roger Rees
    b: bef 1720
    d:
    m: Elizabeth aft 1744
     

    Rees, William married (unknown)   
    b: 1717 Prince George Co., VA
    d:
    m:
    father: (best guess) William of Charles City, VA, b: 1690
    mother: (unknown)

    MIGRATION
    - 1732 William and Roger Rees inherit land in Amelia Co., from their father, William - 1738 June 16th Amelia County William Reece and co-patent Roger Reece 326 acres upper side of Nummiseen Creek (sons of Willaim Reece late of Co. of Prince George)

    Not much is known about William, father of Hugh Rees, and his own father William, son of Roger Rees. Various spellings of early Virginia records make clues hard to find ... e.g. Roger REASE, William RICE, William REECE and even RAES.
    Their first names were common in Prince George Co., VA during the 1700s but the 1732 and 1738 land records (above) show that William and Roger Reece were sons of Willaim Reece who had died in Prince George Co. This is the only William who had sons of this name. At this time, Amelia and Dinwiddie Counties were both part of Prince George when the extant Bristol Parish Register was recorded.

    Children of William:
    William Rees
    b:abt. 1739 VA
    d: 1810 SC
    m: Mary
    Hugh Rees, Sr.
    b: 20 Dec 1742
    d: 12 Dec 1825 Columbia Co., GA
     
     
    Isham Rees
    b:8 Aug 1732
    d: 1801 SC
     
    Edwin Rees
    b: Bristol Parish, Prince George Co., VA
    d: 1782 SC
     
    Benjamin Rees
    b:
    d:
    d: 1805 Columbia Co., GA
     

    Reese, John, Sr. married Mary Thorpe   
    b: @1737 Southampton County, VA
    m: @1755
    d: 13-Nov-1794 in Parish of St. Luke, Southampton Co., VA
    father: Joseph Reese
    mother: Mary

    Mary Thorpe was born 24-Jun-1735 in Southampton Co., VA., daughter of John Thorpe and Mary Matthews. She died 15-Oct-1798 Southampton, VA at the age of 63.

    John died 13-Nov-1794 at Southampton, VA; his estate was probated 11/13/1794 at Southampton, VA; Reese, John, Sr. Parish of St. Luke. Leg.- wife Mary; son Randolph; son Rogers; son Rivers; son Rueben; son Rowell; son John; son Joseph; dau Patty, wife of Mathew Morgan; dau Mary, wife of John Thorpe; dau Selah, wife of Benjamin Adams, Jr.; dau Lucy Johnson; dau Sally, wife of Benjamin Ivey; dau Sucky, wife of Philip Ivey. Exs., son Randolph and Roger Reese and friend Henry Thorp. D. Dec. 1,1792. R. Nov 13, 1794.... Page 649.
    Rivers Reese, son of John and Mary, married Piety VICK. Piety died 8/21/1831 at Southampton, VA; Probably killed by the Nat Turner Insurection of 8/21 and 8/22 in 1831 along with 57 other whites. This was the worst slave rebellion and one of the catalyst for the Civil War. Quote from source: "Mrs Piety Vick Reese and son William were killed on the Giles Reese plantation about a mile to the east of Mrs Eliz. Turner's in Nat Turner's barn." As of 1/5/1793, her married name was Piety Vick Reese.

    Randolph's death date is noted as 1-Dec-1792 in Our Ancestor Rev. Isham Reese of Dinwiddie Co., VA and Jones Co., GA by Ura Link Eckhardt.

    Children of John and Mary Reese
    all born in Southampton Co., VA:
    Randolph
    b: @1757
    m: Sarah Harris 1-Nov-1782
    d: bef 1810
    Rogers
    b: @1760
    Lucy Rosannah
    b: @1761
    m: William Johnson @ 1780
    Rivers
    b: @1762
    m: Piety VICK
    Sarah ("Sally")
    b: @1763
    m: Benjamin Ivey 17-Oct-1782
    Celia (Selah)
    b: @1764
    m: Benjamin Adams 1-Jan-1784 Southampton
    Mary ("Polly")
    b: @1765
    John III
    b: @1766
    Martha ("Patsy")
    b: @1766
    Reuben
    b: @1767
    m: Charlotte Harrison 11-Nov-1792
    Rowell
    b: @1769
    Suckey
    b: @1770
    Joseph
    b: @1774
    m: Delilah Porter 1809

    Reese, Joseph married Mary    
    b: @ 1709 Southampton, VA
    m: @ 1730
    d: 1779 in Southampton Co., VA (will recorded 14-Feb-1779
    father:
    mother:

    Joseph's wife Mary was born @ 1713 in Southampton, VA.

    Children of Joseph and Mary Reese
    all born in Southampton Co., VA:
    Edward
    b: 1736
    m: Olive Thorpe bef 1772
    d: 1781
    Joseph, Jr.
    b: @ 1738
    m: Christian Lundy @ 1770
    Mary
    b: @1740
    m: ? Thomas
    John
    b: @1737

    Reese, Randolph married Sarah (Sally) Harris   
    b: @1757 Southampton County, VA
    m: 1-Nov-1782 at Southampton Co., VA
    d: bef 1810 Southampton Co, VA
    father: John Reese
    mother: Sarah Harris

    Posted by: Velma Shaw Beale Date: May 17, 2001 at 20:04:01

    In Reply to: Re: Celia Reese - Southampton, VA by Teri Golden of 1817

    I just posted another message here, but you folks are definitely talking about my ancestors. I have Elizabeth "Betsy " Reese, b. abt 1785-d. bef 1860, mar. to Arthur (Augustas?) Adams. Betsy was the dau. of (James?) Randolph Reese, b. in Southampton Co., VA, d. bef 1810 in Bedford Co., VA, mar to Sally Harris (according to my info). He was the son of John Reese b. abt 1735-d. abt 1794 in St. Luke's Parish, Southampton, VA., mar to Sarah Harris. John's father was Joseph Reese, d. abt 1779 in Southampton Co., VA. I can substantiate none of this, but it seems to fit. Can anyone fill in the blanks and confirm or deny any of this? Details would be appreciated. E-mail is welcome.

    Children of Randolph and Sarah (Sally) Reese
    all born in Southampton Co., VA:
    Redmon
    b: @1783
    Harris
    b: @1784
    Elizabeth
    b: @1785
    Anselem
    b: @1786
    Charity
    b: @1788
    John
    b: @1790
    Mary Polly
    b: @1791
    Howell
    b: @1792
    Rivers
    b: @1795

    Rees, Simeon married ??? Adams    
    b: @1800-1805 Columbia County, GA
    m: Columbia County, GA
    d: aft 1860 Warren County GA Census
    father: Hugh Reese, Sr.
    mother: Elizabeth Newsom
    Simeon Rees has been my biggest challenge during the past 20 years I've been dabbling in genealogy. Every few years I research the internet to see if someone else found something and I always find little tidbits. Simeon Averitt Rees is stated to be his son in Hugh Rees's will. There are land grants showing him next to his brothers. Arthur Adam's unnamed daughter is mentioned as his wife in Arthur's will.

    He looks to be following the same Quaker path as his parents ... Virginia to South Carolina to Wrightsborough, Georgia (1820) and then possibly to Pennsylvania (1830) looking to escape religious persecution, death by Indians and yellow fever. 1860 has 60-year old Simeon "A FOOL" while enumerating with William Henry Reese in the Warren County, Georgia census.

    What happened to him that may have addled his brain? ... who was the mystery Adams woman he was married to? ... who were his children and is William Henry one of them. The chart above assumes he is. Is the 1830 Pennsylvania man him? Where was he in 1840 and 1850?

    John R. Adams, editor of the TAYLOR COUNTY TRACER, the newsletter of the Taylor Co., GA. Genealogical-Historical Society, shared this with me in October of 2001:

    Taken from Rare Folder Columbia Co., Ga. at Georgia Archives October 1986

    Sworn statement by George Darsey to duties required as guardian of Charity Adams, monor and orphan of Arthur Adams, Dec. 4 Sep. 1826 $200 bond - by Geo. Darsey, Joseph Langston & William Upton. Petition for guardianship.

    We the heirs of the Estate of Arthur Adams, dec'd, petition the Court that Geo. Darsey be appointed guardian for Charity Adams, minor, and that there may be a division in the estate as all the heirs of the said estate is of lawful age and married but Miss Charity. We hope the above will meet the appanation? of said Court.
    Dated 20 day June 1826.

    Signed; Charity Adams, Elizabeth Adams, Wike Ivy, Benjamin Adams, Simeon Rees
     
    Elizabeth Adams was her mother, Elizabeth Reese Adams wife of Arthur Adams
    Wike Ivey was her brother-in-law, husband of Sarah Adams
    Benjamin Adams was her brother
    Simeon Rees was her brother-in-law, husband of unknown sister of Charity.
    The 1820 Wrightsboro, Columbia County, Georgia census shows:
    Roll M33-7, Page 53, Image 61 ... enumerator: Captain James Wrights ... District #12

    Simeon Rees:
    1 free white male from 16 to 26
    1 free white female from 16 to 26
    1 person engaged in Manufacture

    Benjamin T. Rees:
    1 adult free white male from 16 to 26
    1 adult free white female from 10 to 16
    5 foreigners not naturalized
    1 person engaged in Manufacture
    3 free colored persons - male to 14

    Jeremiah Rees:
    1 free white male to 10
    1 free white male 26 to 45
    2 free white females to 10
    1 free white female 26 to 45
    4 foreigners not naturalized
    1 person engaged in Manufacture
    1 free colored male 26 to 14

    The 1830 Lewisburg, Union County, Pennsylvania census shows:

    Roll M19_149, Page 330, Image 667 ... enumerator: ? ... District ?

    Rees, Simeon:
    1 free white male under 5 (is this William Henry?
    1 free white male from 20 to 30
    2 free white females under 5
    1 free white female from 20 to 30

    Rees, Widow:
    2 free white male from 10 to 15
    1 free white male from 15 to 20
    1 free white female under 5
    1 free white female from 30-40

    Reed (Rees?), A. Jna:
    2 free white male under 5
    1 free white male 30 to 40
    1 free white females under 5
    1 free white female from 5 to 10
    1 free white female from 20 to 30

    Children of Simeon Rees and ??? Adams Reese
    William Henry
    b:abt. 1832 Warren County, GA
    m1: 1852 Warren County, GA
    m1: Sarah Shields
    m2: 16 May 1858
    m2: Wilkes County, GA
    m2: Eugenia Hackney
    d: 10 Nov 1879 Milledgeville, Baldwin County, GA

    Reese, William Henry married Sarah Shields and Eugenia Josephine Hackney    
    b: 1832 Warren County
    m: 1852 Warren County
    m: 16 May 1858 Wilkes County
    d: 10 Nov 1879 Baldwin County, GA
    Interred at Black Springs Baptist Church
    father:   
    mother:

    William Henry started as a farm laborer and in later years became a Railroad Bridge Watchman.

    1850 Warren County census shows William Henry living with John Shields. His one daughter is Sarah.

    21 Nov 1852 William H. married Sarah Shields in Warren County and lived with her parents, John and Lucy Hillman Shields ... they are shown in the 1850 Warren County Census. Sarah died sometime between the birth of their first and only son, John S. (1853), and his second marriage to Eugenia Josephine Hackney (1858).

    1853 John S. is born to William Henry Reese and Sarah Shields Reese in Warren County.

    16 May 1858 William and Eugenia were married in Wilkes County, Georgia by James T. Hackney, J.P. (father, uncle?) ... They named their first born son JAMES H.

    He served in the Civil War, noted as a private on 15-May-1862. He fought in the battle of Antietam, Sharpsburg, Maryland on 17-Sep-1862 while with the 48th Regiment of the Georgia Volunteer Infantry in the Army of Northern Virginia, CSA, out of Warren County, GA. It was during this battle that he lost his arm and was taken prisoner. He was discharged with disability on 25-Oct-1864. The story passed down to us is that when he was wounded, he was spared and taken prisoner because he wore the ring of a MASON. When released from prison, he walked home to Georgia.

    Joyce and I went on a trip to Sharpsburg to see if we could find more information about his participation in the battle of Antietam. The park services have battle maps and timelines and we were able to see that his regiment did battle in the Sunken Road (Bloody Lane) on September 17th, 1862. After he was captured with wounded arm, he was probably moved to one of the local barns for the amputation. I am still looking for name of prison where he did his time as a POW.

    10Nov1879 William Henry Reese died of an aneurism while living in Milledgeville, Georgia. He was buried in the Black Springs Baptist Church cemetery (based on his obituary in the Union and Recorder) but unfortunately he is in an unmarked grave.

    After the death of William Henry, Eugenia changes her name to Josephine. The 1880 census shows her teaching in the Milledgeville area, Baldwin County, GA. She later marries William Garrard and moves to Grovetown, GA with her son Sam S. Reese. After her death, Sam is listed in census as inmate in Central State Hospital, Milledgeville, GA.

    Note ... SIMEON REESE is living with William Henry and Eugenia during the 1860 census. This would make his birthdate around 1800. There is a Simeon Averett Rees, born 1805 (Columbia County, GA) to Hugh Rees, Sr. of VA and Elizabeth Newsome of GA. I believe this is William Henry's father. Simeon (1800-1862) was born to Hugh Rees (1742-1825) who was born to William Rees (1717-) who was born to William Rees (b:1690) who was born to Roger Rees of Virginia. This is my latest assumption as of Oct 2006 but I'm still trying to prove it out.

    The 1850 Warren County Georgia census reads:

    #847 SHIELDS, John 64 Farmer  
      Lucy 58 NC
      Sarah 23  
      Martha 18  
      REESE, William H. 18 Laborer
      ROBERTS, Rebecca C. 10  
      ROBERTS, Robert 11 Laborer

    The 1860 Warren County, William's District, Georgia census reads:

     REESE, William H.28Farm Laborer GA 
     Eugenia20GA
     John S.7GA
     James H.1GA
     Simeon60VA
     HACKNEY, Samuel10GA
     HACKNEY, Isabella13GA
    1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule for Baldwin County has William Reese, age 48, male, white, married, profession=Watchman, died of hemorrhage in November, 1879 and shows birth1=GA, birth2=VA, birth3=VA ... birth1 is his, birth2 is his Father's, birth3 is his Mother's birthplace.
    Children of William H. and Sarah      
    John S.
    b:abt. 1854 Warren County, GA
     
     
         
    Children of William H. and Eugenia
    James H.
    1860 Warren County, GA
    m: Lula A. Dunn
    m: 21-Apr-1880
    m: Baldwin County, GA
    Margaret A.
    b:1862
     
     
    Elizabeth
    b:1864
     
     
    William Thomas, Sr.
    b:26-Jan-1868
    d:25-Jul-1943
    Children of William Henry and Josephine
    Samuel
    b:1871
     
     
    Robert
    b:1874
     
     
    Mattie
    b:1876
     
     
     
    1870 Gumm, Baldwin County, Milledgeville, 105th District, Georgia census:
    51st Street, June 1, 1870 - Wm. A. Gray
    Roll M593-134, Page 148, Image 301 ... District 24-1022 ... supervisor district 31
    . . NAME RELATION AGE OCC BIRTH . .
    12 12 REESE, William H.
    Eugenia
    John S.
    James H
    Margaret A
    Elizabeth
    William T
    Head
    wife
    son
    son
    daughter
    daughter
    son
    38
    29
    16
    10
    8
    6
    2
    RR Bridge Watch
    Keeping House
    RR Laborer
    At home
    at home
    at home
    at home
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    . .
    1880 Baldwin County, 105th District, Georgia census:
    June 22, 1880 - R.L. Hunter
    Roll T9-133, Page 170c, Image 0340 ... District 24-1022 ... supervisor district 31
    . . NAME AGE RELATION OCC BIRTH FATHER MOTHER
    570 701 REESE, Josephine
    James
    Lizzie
    Willie
    Samuel
    Robert
    Mattie
    Loula
    39
    21
    15
    12
    9
    6
    4
    18
    Head
    son
    daughter
    son
    son
    son
    daughter
    dtr-in-law
    school teacher
    RR Bridge Watchman
    Keeping House
    at home
    at home
    at home
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    Reese (Jr.), William Thomas married Dorothy Helen Love    
    b: 9-Feb-1910 Monroe, NC (Union)
    m: 12-Dec-1936 Philadelphia, PA
    father: William T. Reese, Sr.
    mother: Nancy Bonds

    William and Dorothy were married in the Rectory of a Methodist Church in West Philadelphia and spent their weekend honeymoon at the Pennsylvania Hotel in NYC. They returned to Philadelphia to live with Dorothy's parents at 54th and Spruce until their first born, Joyce, was 6 months old. For the next 4 years they lived in an apartment at 54th and Larchwood then moved to 52nd & Spruce where they lived in a second floor apartment for a couple of years. Their next move was out to the suburbs, 660 West Ashland Avenue in Glenolden. They lived here from 1954-1990. In 1990 they sold their home and went to live with daughter Joan in Folcroft, then in 1997 with daughter Karen in San Diego, California, and back again to Folcroft, PA in 1999 where they live today.

    Children of William Thomas, Jr. and Dorothy Helen
    Joyce Helen
    Philadelphia, PA
    Joan Ellen
    Philadelphia, PA
    Karen Winnefred
    Philadelphia, PA

    Reese (Sr.), William Thomas married Nancy (Nannie) Brooks Bonds   
    b: 26-Jan-1868 Grovetown, GA (Columbia County)
    d: 25-Jul-1943 Hamlet, NC (Richmond)
    father:   William H. Reese
    mother: Eugenia Hackney

    William, Sr., a 32nd degree Mason, a Woodsmen of the World and Shriner spent 32 years working for the Seaboard Line as a railroad foreman. He was a Methodist.

    His 1st wife, Lillie Lea Jordon, died after 1 year of marriage. She was born and buried in "The Rock", Georgia (approx. 60 miles south of Atlanta)

    His 2nd wife, Nannie Bonds, was from Lowndesville, SC.

    William, Sr. spent his last years in Hamlet, NC. He is buried in Monroe, NC (Union)

    His 1st wife, Lillie Lea Jordan was from The Rock, GA ... married 9-Jan-1890 ... Lillie Lea died 12-Mar-1893... She was born 25-Jan-1872

    William Thomas Reese died of carcinoma of the stomach. His last address was 302 Vance Street, Hamlet, NC., Richmond County. Certificate of Death registration district is 77-60 certificate number 45 from the North Carolina State Board of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics.

    William Reese, Sr.'s obituary (newspaper unknown):

    Retired Railroad Man Died Sunday Afternoon After Illness

    William Thomas Reese, 75, retired Seaboard Air Line Railway section foreman, died at his home, 302 Vance St., Sunday morning around 4 o'clock after a lingering illness.

    Funeral services were held at the methodist church Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock with Rev. J. H. Lanning in charge, and assisted by Rev. J. B. Willis, pastor of the Baptist church. Burial was made in the Monroe cemetery with Masonic honors. Many masons from here accompanied the body there for burial.

    Mr. Reese was born in Grovestown, GA., January 26, 1868, and was the son of the late Wm. Henry Reese and Josephine Hackney of Wilkes County, GA. He had been living in Hamlet for a long number of years. Worked for the Seaboard railroad 32 years before retiring.

    He was an active member of the Methodist church and Masonic lodge. Also a member of the Woodmen of the World. For a while he served on the local draft board.

    Surviving are his wife, the former Miss Margaret Jackson Ford (MISPRINT); three sons, H. A., W. T., Jr. of Philadelphia, PA, and Jimmie Reese, U.S. Army, somewhere in North Africa; two daughters, Lillian and Alma Reese of Hamlet; three grandchildren, and one brother, Sam Reese of Milledgeville, GA.

    Children of William Thomas, Sr. and Nancy (Nannie) Brooks
    Lillian 'Sis', 'Dis'
    b:28-Aug-1897
    Latimer, SC (Aiken County)
    d:27-Dec-1989
    Henry Aiken
    1898
    Latimer, SC (Aiken County,)
    d:1975
    m:Catherine Millikin
    Charles Gladstone
    b:14-Aug-1900
    Parksville, SC (Edgefield County)
    d:24-Jul-1914
    Mildred Alma
    b:13-Mar-1902
    Parksville, SC (Edgefield County)
    d:4-May-1974
    m:Rufus Plato Edwards of Rockingham, NC, 22-Dec-1925
    Marion Allen
    b:13-Sep-1906
    Parksville, SC (Edgefield County)
    d:25-Apr-1908
    William Thomas, Jr.
    b:9-Feb-1910
    Monroe, NC
    m:Dorothy Helen Love
    James Leonard
    b:22-Sep-1913
    Hamlet, NC (Richmond)
    d:16-Jun-1982
    m:Lena Alma Taylor
    1930 Hamlet, Richmond County, Marks Creek Township, North Carolina census:
    Charlotte Street, April 4, 1930 - Mrs. Lottie E. Vaughn
    Roll T626-1715, Page 4b, Image 058 ... District 77-4 ... supervisor district 8
    . . . NAME RELATION AGE BIRTH FATHER MOTHER OCCUPATION INDUSTRY .
    203 90 98 REESE, William
    Nancy
    Lillian
    Aiken
    Thomas ab
    James
    Edwards,Alma
    Head
    wife, H
    daughter
    son
    son
    son
    daughter
    62
    56
    32
    30
    20
    16
    28
    GA
    SC
    SC
    SC
    NC
    NC
    SC
    GA
    SC
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    GA
    SC
    SC
    SC
    SC
    SC
    SC
    foreman
    none
    telephone operator
    machinist
    none
    none
    none
    railroad
    none
    telephone company
    railroad
    none
    none
    none
    .

     

      S ... Sellwood, Smith

     

     
    Sellwood, Johanna married John Deane    
    b:
    d: 2-Oct-1563
    m: John Deane
    father:    unknown
    mother: unknown
    I have viewed postings online stating Johanna Sellwood is either the grandmother or mother of Walter Deane but the following document text states her to be his mother.

    The spelling of Deane in one document alone can be DEAN, DEANE or DENE.

    A. Pos. JOHN DEAN - M. Johanna [pos. Sellwood], D. abt 1528. [More research needs to be done.]

    1552 July 1552 - Inquisition of the Manor of Strete with members. (DD/TOR 234)

    [under Leigh] JOHANNA DEAN, WID.. holds 4 closes called Caprone Downe in the parish of Winsham and Croukett of 30 acres of arable, furze and moor, for term of her life and ROBERT HER SON by copy dated 28 Apr. 1509. Reversion granted to WALTER DEAN JOHANE JUNIOR and ALIANORE, SISTERS OF THE SAID WALTER, for their lives, dated Vigil of the Holy Cross 1528.

    1552 - Survey of Street and Leigh Manor

    JOHANNA DENE WIDOW HELD 4 closes called Caprons Downe in the parishes of Winsham and Croukett [Cricket St. Thomas], 28 Apr. 1509. The reversion granted to WALTER DEANE, JOHANE JUNIOR and ALIANORE, sisters of the said Walter. Vigil of the Holy Cross 1528. [DD/TOR 234]

    1561 July 23 Street and Leigh Court Book

    WALTER DEANE claimed of the lord 4 closes called Caprons Downe, now in the tenure of Johane Deane, to hold to himself and his assigns for the term of 21 years next after the decease of JOHANE HIS MOTHER for a fine of 10 pounds of which 5 pounds was to be paid at the feast of St. Michael the Archange next and 5 pounds at Easter [whole entry was crossed out and a note added that THE SISTER WHO WAS IN THE COPY WAS TOHAVE THE SAME AFTER THE DEATH OF THE MOTHER. At the court held 17 Oct. 1561 Walter Deane surrendered the above estate in the premises into the hands of the lord.]

    1563 Oct. 2

    ...Johanna Deane widow, who of the lord held certain lands called Caprons Downe has died.

    Note at the head of the next page noted the receipt on 27 Oct. 1563 of 5 pounds from Walter Deane, at the hands of John Phelipps, as part payment of an entry fine of 20 pounds.

    SOURCES:

    [Ref.: Robing Bush, pub. by Mary & John Clearinghouse, Vol 26, pp. 22-25.

    NER: July, 1993, pp.240-254, by H.Clark Dean

    The Ancestry of Dr. J.P.Guilford, by Joan S. Guilford, pub. 1990

    Strong Update Vols. I - V, by MFB Strong, pub. Strong Family Association]

    Children of John and Johanna Deane:
    Robert
    b:
    d:
    Walter
    b:
    d: 1591 So. Chard, England
    m: Joan Walsele 12-Nov-1565
    occ: Yeoman>
    Johane, Jr.
    b:
    d:bef 10-Oct-1593
    Alianore
    b:
    d:
    m: Humfrie Balston

    Smith, Diadama married Tracy, Eli ?, born ?   

    Smith II, Nathaniel (Private) married Susannah Clark
    b: 19-Oct-1729 Rehoboth, MA
    m: 8-Mar-1756 Harwich, Barnstable, MA
    d: 8-Apr-1816
    father:   Captain Nathaniel Smith
    mother: Deborah Susannah Wood
    Children of Nathaniel and Susannah:
    John Smith
    b:25-Dec-1759
    d:
    m:
    Roland Smith
    b:27-Aug-1761 Middleborough, MA
    d:21-Mar-1840 Augusta, Kennebec, ME
    m:Nancy Clark 24-Nov-1793 Hallowell, Kennebec, ME
    Deliverance Smith
    b:2-Jun-1763
    d:
    m:
    Isaac Smith
    b:26-Feb-1765
    d:15-Sep-1854
    m:Sally Clark 1801
    Joanna Smith
    b:27-Jan-1767
    d:29-Jan-1838
    m:Heny Sbisqueley 10-Mar-1799
    Susanna Smith
    b:6-Dec-1768
    d:
    m:
    Lydia Smith
    b:15-Aug-1770
    d:
    m:
    Nathaniel Smith III
    b:25-Aug-1772
    d:
    m:
    Henry Smith
    b:25-Aug-1774
    d:8-Aug-1855
    m:Jane Bishop
    Samuel Smith
    b:12-Apr-1776
    d:
    m:

    Smith, Nathaniel (Captain) married Deborah Susannah Wood
    b:05 Sep 1695 Rehoboth, MA
    m: 11 Dec 1718
    d:
    father: John Smith of Rehoboth, MA
    mother: Bathsheba
    Children of Nathaniel and Deborah Susannah:
    John
    b:21 Nov 1720 Rehoboth, MA
    Bathsheba
    b:02 Dec 1721 Rehoboth, MA
    Deliverance
    b:13 Jun 1724 Rehoboth, MA
    Susannah
    b:09 Jan 1726-27 Rehoboth, MA
    Nathaniel Smith II
    b:19 Oct 1729 Rehoboth, MA
    d:8 Apr 1816
    m:Susannah Clark 8 Mar 1756 Harwich, Barnstable, MA
    Joannah
    b:17 Sep 1731 Rehoboth, MA
    Ann
    b:20 Aug 1734 Rehoboth, MA
     

      T ... Trac(e)y

     

     

    Tracy, Eli married Diadama Smith, born 18 Oct 1816 in Steuben, Washington County, Maine. She died in 1901 in Cherryfield, Washington County, Maine.   

    Tracy, Foster Jacob married Melissa Leighton 12 Jul 1860 Steuben, Washington, Maine   
    b: 9 Apr 1840 Cherryfield, Washington, Maine
    d:22 Oct 1909 Sherman Station, Penobscot, Maine
    Nationality = Irish
    father: Tracy, Eli born 15 Apr 1806 Cherryfield, Washington, ME, died 15 Jul 1888
    mother: Smith, Diadama born 18 Oct 1816, died 9 Jan 1902
    grandfather: Tracy, Phineas
    ggfather: possibly Tracy, Phineas, born 4 Feb 1771, married Tibbetts, Ruth, 24 Sep 1796
    gggrandfather: possibly Tracy, Jonathan, born 24 Mar 1746 Falmouth, ME who married Elizabeth
    ggggrandfather: possibly Tracy, Phineas who married Holbrook, Elizabeth, 29 May 1766 in Connecticut (Barbour Collection Connecticut Vital Records, Windham County, CT - Births, Marriages, Deaths 1692-1850)
    Foster survived his short enlistment in the Civil War. At the age of 21 he enlisted in Company I, Maine 13th Infantry Regiment on 12 Dec 1861 under Colonel Francis S. Hesseltine, and mustered out on 15 Feb 1862.

    He first married Melissa Leighton in 1860 ... he was 20 and Melissa was 17 and both came from Cherryfield, Maine. Melissa died in 1897. Sometime after Foster mustered out of his regiment, the family moved to Dumfries, York, New Brunswick, Canada, showing up in the 1871 Canadian Census. At this time, his religion is noted as Baptist on census record. Their son, Alfred, was born in 1873 but at that time they lived in St. Stephen, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada ... the home of the Loves. This must be where Rosella meets and marries Hugh Love. Foster invited his son-in-law, Hugh, to join his lumber company. Both Foster and Hugh shared a love of sulky horse racing, Foster owned the land where the track was built, and Hugh owned many winning horses. They were still living in St. Stephen as shown in the 1881 and 1891 census but by 1900 Foster is back in Maine, most likely moving there after the death of Melissa in 1897.

    His second marriage in 1898 was to Alice B. Young when he was 58. Alice was 33 and this was her first marriage. His occupation in 1900 was a farmer and he lived with Alice on the Stacyville Plantation, Penobscot, Maine.

    Children of Melissa and Foster Tracy:
    Rose Ella
    b:aft 1860
    Alfred
    b:1873 St. Stephen, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada
    d:28 Jan 1960 Bangor, Penobscot, Maine
    m:

    Tracy, Jonathan married Elizabeth ?, born ?   


    Tracy, Rosa Ella married Hugh Love   
    b: possibly in Tracey Mills, New Brunswick, Canada
    d: 1906 St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada
    father: Foster Jacob Tracy
    mother: Melissa Leighton
    Children of Rose Ella and Hugh Love:
    Vernard Raymond
    b:1882
    d:Oct-1937
    m:Helen Keene
    Winnifred
    b:3-Jul-1888
    d:
    m:William Middlemiss 24-Jul-1939
    William Foster
    b:13-May-1889
    d:14-Jan-1974
    m:Clara Etta Libby 1909
    Percy Burdette
    b:3-Apr-1891 St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada
    d:24-Apr-1976 Philadelphia, PA
    m:Hazel Winnifred Dean 20-May-1914
    Harley W.
    b:14-Jan-1896
    d:8-Dec-1973
    m:Elva Maire Libby Jul-1926
    Ralph
    b:27-May-1902
    d:1-Dec-1946
    m:Haxel G. Hartin 1926
    Vera
    b:
    d:
    m:W.A. Speedy
    Cecilia
    b:
    d:
    m:Milton Stewart
    Doris
    b:
    d:
    m:William Spires
    Galen
    b:
    d:
    m:
    Madora
    b:
    d:(age 16)
    m:

    The Thirteen Colonies
    Virginia (1607)
  • Established by the London Company
  • New Jersey (1618)
  • Originally settled by the Dutch, but seized by the English in 1664.
  • Massachusetts (1620)
  • Founded as two colonies: Plymouth Colony (1620), settled by the Pilgrims; and Massachusetts Bay Colony (1630), settled by the Puritans. They were united in 1691, and annexed Maine, which had been colonized by the New England Council in the 1620's.
  • New Hampshire (1622)
  • Originally part of Maine, then a colony from 1629 until annexed by Massachusetts, 1641-1643.
  • Became a seperate colony again in 1679.
  • Pennsylvania (1623) in 1681.
  • Originally settled by Dutch and Swedes.
  • Came under English control in 1664 and was granted to William Penn by Charles II
  • New York (1624)
  • Founded as New Netherland by the Dutch West India Company.
  • Seized by the English in 1664 and renamed.
  • Maryland (1634)
  • Granted to Lord Baltimore.
  • Connecticut (1635)
  • New Haven Colony, founded by settlers from Massachusetts in 1638
  • Annexed to Connecticut in 1662, when the older colony was granted a royal charter.
  • Rhode Island (1636)
  • Settled by two groups from Massachusetts and united in 1644
  • Chartered by King Charles II in 1663.
  • Delaware (1638)
  • Settled by Swedes
  • Seized by the Dutch in 1655 and by the English in 1664.
  • Granted to William Penn in 1682.
  • North Carolina (1653)
  • Settled by pioneers from other colonies.
  • Carolina was separated from Virginia and granted to a private company in 1663
  • Divided into two colonies in 1711
  • Made a royal providence in 1729.
  • South Carolina (1670)
  • Originally part of Carolina Colony
  • Separated from North Carolina in 1711
  • Became a royal providence in 1729.
  • Georgia (1733)
  • Granted to a private company by George II in 1732 and settled a year later in Savannah.
  • War Chronology
    The Crusades
  • the first, 1095-1101;
  • the second, headed by Louis VII, 1145-47;
  • the third, conducted by Philip Augustus and Richard Coeur-de-Lion, 1188-92;
  • the fourth, during which Consbisquetinople was taken, 1204;
  • the fifth, which included the conquest of Damietta, 1217;
  • the sixth, in which Frederick II took part (1228-29); also Thibaud de Champagne and Richard of Cornwall (1239);
  • the seventh, led by St. Louis, 1249-52;
  • the eighth, also under St. Louis, 1270.
  • The Hundred Year War
  • 1328 - Charles IV dies, ending the eldest branch of the Capetian dynasty. Philip of Valois succeeds him as Philip VI.
  • 1329 - Edward III of England does simple homage for Aquitaine (Guyenne), but refuses to do liege homage.
  • 1336 Edward places an embargo on English exports of wool to Flanders.
  • 1337 - Philip declares Edward's fiefs forfeit and begins harassing the frontiers of Aquitaine.
  • 1338 - Edward III formally claims the French crown.
  • 1346 - Battle of Crecy
  • 1356 Battle of Poitiers
  • 1358 - The Jacquerie
  • 1360 - Peace of Bretigny
  • 1369 - Renewed fighting in France.
  • 1370 - French troops commanded by Bertrand du Guesclin.
  • 1381 - Peasants' Revolt in England
  • 1392 - Charles VI of France suffers his first attack of insanity. Conflict between the Armagnacs and the Burgundians begins.
  • 1399 - Henry of Lancaster seizes English throne, becoming Henry IV.
  • 1415 - Henry V wins a great victory over the French at Agincourt.
  • 1420 - Treaty of Troyes which establishes the English House of Lancaster (a cadet house of Plantagenet) as legitimate heirs to the French throne (opposed by the Dauphin Charles of Valois(a cadet house of Capet)
  • 1429 - Joan of Arc relieves the siege at Orleans.
  • 1431 - Joan burned at the stake at Rouen.
  • 1435 - Peace of Arras; Burgundy abandons the English.
  • 1436 Charles VII captures Paris.
  • 1450 French win the Battle of Formigny, finally wresting Normandy from English control.
  • 1453 - Bordeaux falls to the French. The war ends without a treaty.
  • French and Indian War 1754 - 1763
    Revolutionary War 1775 - 1783

    TIMELINE:

    Date
    4/19/1775
    5/10/1775
    5/27/1775
    6/16/1775
    12/31/1775
    8/27/1776
    10/28/1776
    11/16/1776
    12/26/1776
    1/3/1777
    8/6/1777
    8/16/1777
    9/11/1777
    9/19/1777
    10/4/1777
    10/7/1777
    6/28/1778
    12/29/1778
    3/29/1780
    8/16/1780
    10/7/1780
    1/17/1781
    3/15/1781
    9/8/1781
    10/9/1781
    Battle
    The Battles of Lexington and Concord
    The Siege of Fort Ticonderoga
    The Battle of Chelsea Creek
    The Battle of Bunker (Breeds) Hill
    The Battle of Quebec
    The Battle of Long Island (Brooklyn Heights)
    The Battle of White Plains
    The Battle of Fort Washington
    The Battle of Trenton
    The Battle of Princeton
    The Battle of Oriskany
    The Battle of Bennington
    The Battle of Brandywine
    The Battle of Saratoga (Freeman's Farm)
    The Battle of Germantown
    The Battle of Saratoga (Bemis Heights)
    The Battle of Monmouth
    The Capture of Savannah
    The Siege of Charleston
    The Battle of Camden
    The Battle of King's Mountain
    The Battle of Cowpens
    The Battle of Guilford Courthouse
    The Battle of Eutaw Springs
    The Battle of Yorktown
    Location
    Lexington and Concord Massachusetts
    Fort Ticonderoga, New York
    Suffolk County, Massachusetts
    Charlestown, Massachusetts
    Quebec City, Province of Quebec
    Long Island, New York
    White Plains, New York
    Washington Heights, Manhattan, New York
    Trenton, New Jersey
    Princeton, New Jersy
    Oriskany, New York
    Bennington, New York
    Near Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania
    (Freeman's Farm) Saratoga County, New York
    Germantown, Pennsylvania
    Saratoga County, New York
    Monmouth, New Jersey
    Savannah, Georgia
    Charleston, South Carolina
    North of Camden, South Carolina
    Near Blackburn, SC and King's Mountain, NC
    Cowpens, South Carolina
    Guilford Courthouse, North Carolina
    Near present-day Eutawville, South Carolina
    Yorktown, Virginia
    Indian Removal Act of 1830
    1830-1838
    ... excerpt from Wikipedia.org ... The Trail of Tears is a name given to the forced relocation and movement of Native American nations from southeastern parts of the United States following the Indian Removal Act of 1830. The removal included many members of the Cherokee, Muscogee (Creek), Seminole, Chickasaw, and Choctaw nations, among others in the United States, from their homelands to Indian Territory in eastern sections of the present-day state of Oklahoma. The phrase originated from a description of the removal of the Choctaw Nation in 1831.

    Many Native Americans suffered from exposure, disease and starvation on the route to their destinations. Many died, including 60,000 of the 130,000 relocated Cherokee, intermarried and accompanying European-Americans, and the 2,000 African-American free blacks and slaves owned by the Cherokee they took with them. European Americans and African American freedmen and slaves also participated in the Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee Creek and Seminole forced relocations.

    In 1831, the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee Creek, and Seminole (sometimes collectively referred to as the Five Civilized Tribes) were living as autonomous nations in what would be called the American Deep South. The process of cultural transformation (proposed by George Washington and Henry Knox) was gaining momentum, especially among the Cherokee and Choctaw.[5] Andrew Jackson continued and renewed the political and military effort for the removal of the Native Americans from these lands with the passage of the Indian Removal Act of 1830.

    In 1831 the Choctaw were the first to be removed, and they became the model for all other removals. After the Choctaw, the Seminole were removed in 1832, the Creek in 1834, then the Chickasaw in 1837, and finally the Cherokee in 1838. After removal, some Native Americans remained in their ancient homelands - the Choctaw are found in Mississippi, the Seminole in Florida, the Creek in Alabama, and the Cherokee in North Carolina. A limited number of non-native Americans (including African-Americans - usually as slaves) also accompanied the Native American nations on the trek westward. By 1837, 46,000 Native Americans from these southeastern states had been removed from their homelands thereby opening 25 million acres (100,000 km2) for predominantly white settlement.

    American Civil War November 1860 - November 1865
    Spanish American War 1895 - 1902
    World War I
  • 1914: The Battle of the Marne
  • The Ottoman Empire enters the war
  • 1915: The Armenian Massacre
  • 1916: The Battle of Verdun.
  • 1917: The February Revolution in Russia
  • 1917: The United States enters the war on the Allied side
  • 1918: Germany and the Soviet Union conclude the Treaty of Brest-Litivsk. President Wilson's Fourteen Points Armistice ends the war.
  • World War II
  • 1931: Japan invades Manchuria
  • 1939: Germany invades Poland
  • 1941: Pearl Harbor is attacked
  • 1943: The Battle of Stalingrad
  • 1945: Atomic bombs are dropped on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Japan surrenders.
  • Great Plagues
    Plagues & Disasters
  • 540 Bubonic plague engulfs the Roman Empire until 592.
  • 1347 Bubonic plague spreads in Europe through 1350. Over 100 million would die from the plague during the next 400 years.
  • 1493 Columbus transports sugar cane to the New World on the advice of Queen Isabela. Members of his crew acquire syphilis in Haiti.
  • 1495 Syphilis epidemic spreads to Europe from Naples, Italy, where the troops of Charles VIII were quartered.
  • 1495 Syphilis reaches Germany and Switzerland.
  • 1496 Treatment of syphilis using mercury compounds introduced, based on Arabic use of mercury compounds to treat skin diseases.
  • 1496 Syphilis reaches England and Holland.
  • 1497 Severe famine in Florence, Italy.
  • 1497 Vasco da Gama carries syphilis to India.
  • 1498 Syphilis outbreak in India.
  • 1500 Epidemic of syphilis.
  • 1505 Syphilis outbreak reaches Canton, China.
  • 1528 Severe outbreaks of plague in England.
  • 1557 Massive influenza epidemic in Europe.
  • 1563 General outbreak of plague in Europe. Kills 20,000 in London.
  • 1567 In South America, 2 million die from typhoid fever.
  • 1568 Disease epidemic in Lisbon kills 40,000.
  • 1578 First recognized description of whooping cough (Pertussis) by French physician Guillame Baillou during epidemic in Paris.
  • 1592 Plague kills 15,000 people in London.
  • 1599 Outbreak of plague in Spain.
  • 1603 Heavy outbreak of plague in England.
  • 1609 Heavy outbreak of plague in Leicestershire.
  • 1633 Colonial smallpox epidemic in Massachusetts affecting settlers (killing 20 from Mayflower) and Native Americans.
  • 1650 Extermination of North American Indian people begins.
  • 1665 London swept by bubonic plague. It was noticed that people who lived without sugar escaped harm. Over 68,000 die.
  • 1666 Great Fire of London.
  • 1667 Epidemics of smallpox, dysentary begin.
  • 1669 Outbreak of cholera in China.
  • 1670 Measles and tertian fever epidemics displace cholera.
  • 1672 Dysentary becomes mild and some smallpox occurs.
  • 1673 Inoculation against smallpox appears in Denmark. (See 1778).
  • 1675 Maleria epidemic in England and discovery of "peruvian bark" (quinine).
  • 1695 Paris and Rome experience ferocious epidemics of Pertussis.
  • 1699 Philadelphia epidemic of yellow fever.
  • 1702 First appearance of yellow fever in the United States. It would appear 35 times between 1702 and 1800 and would appear almost every year between 1800 and 1879.
  • 1709 Plague in Turkey, Russia, Scandinavia and Germany through 1710.
  • 1719 Outbreak of the plague in Marseilles, France through 1720.
  • 1740 Smallpox epidemic in Berlin.
  • 1741 Philadelphia epidemic of yellow fever.
  • 1747 Philadelphia epidemic of yellow fever.
  • 1750 Scandinavia experiences a 15 year epidemic of Pertussis (whooping cough) which takes 45,000 lives.
  • 1762 Philadelphia epidemic of yellow fever.
  • 1763 Epidemic of smallpox in France wipes out a large part of the population. It was immediately attributed to innoculation, and the practice was prohibited by the French government for five years.
  • 1763 The first recorded episode of biological warfare in the United States occurs when white colonial settlers give smallpox-infected blankets to Native Americans who sought friendly relations. Also a significant case of genocide.
  • 1789 Epidemic of influenza in New England through 1790.
  • 1793 Epidemic of influenza in New England.
  • 1793 Major epidemic of yellow fever in the United States in Philadelphia, the social, political and financial center of the country. It would soon spread to other states through 1796.
  • 1862-1863 Smallpox hits the confederacy after the Battle of Antietam.
  • 1878 Over 13,000 people die from yellow fever in Southern states.
  • 1916 Measles kill over 12,000 people in U.S.
  • 1916 Polio claims over 7,000 lives with 27,363 cases reported.
  • 1918 Nationwide outbreak of Spanish influenza kills over 500,000 people.
  • 1949-1952 Nationwide, polio kills over 3,300 with 57,528 cases reported.
  • U.S. Presidents  
    Order Dates in Office President Vice President
    1 1789-1797 George Washington John Adams
    2 1797-1801 John Adams Thomas Jefferson
    3 1801-1809 Thomas Jefferson Aaron Burr, George Clinton
    4 1809-1817 James Madison George Clinton, Elbridge Gerry
    5 1817-1825 James Monroe Daniel D Tompkins
    6 1825-1829 John Quincy Adams John C Calhoun
    7 1829-1837 Andrew Jackson John C Calhoun +, Martin Van Buren
    8 1837-1841 Martin Van Buren Richard M Johnson
    9 1841 William Henry Harrison John Tyler
    10 1841-1845 John Tyler None
    11 1845-1849 James Polk George M Dallas
    12 1849-1850 Zachary Taylor Millard Fillmore
    13 1850-1853 Millard Fillmore None
    14 1853-1857 Franklin Pierce William R King
    15 1857-1861 James Buchanan John C Breckinridge
    16 1861-1865 Abraham Lincoln Hannibal Hamlin, Andrew Johnson
    17 1865-1869 Andrew Johnson None
    18 1869-1877 Ulysses Simpson Grant Schuyler Colfax, Henry Wilson
    19 1877-1881 Rutherford Birchard Hayes William A Wheeler
    20 1881 James Abram Garfield Chester A Arthur
    21 1881-1885 Chester Alan Arthur None
    22 1885-1889 Stephen Grover Cleveland Thomas Hendricks
    23 1889-1893 Benjamin Harrison Levi P Morton
    24 1893-1897 Grover Cleveland Adlai E Stevenson
    25 1897-1901 William McKinley Garret A Hobart, Theodore Roosevelt
    26 1901-1909 Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt Charles W Fairbanks
    27 1909-1913 William Howard Taft James S Sherman
    28 1913-1921 Thomas Woodrow Wilson Thomas R Marshall
    29 1921-1923 Warren Gamaliel Harding Calvin Coolidge
    30 1923-1929 John Calvin Coolidge Charles G Dawes
    31 1929-1933 Herbert Clark Hoover Charles Curtis
    32 1933-1945 Franklin Delano Roosevelt John N Garner, Henry A Wallace, Harry S Truman
    33 1945-1953 Harry S Truman Alben W Barkley
    34 1953-1961 Dwight David Eisenhower Richard M Nixon
    35 1961-1963 John (Jack) Fitzgerald Kennedy Lyndon B Johnson
    36 1963-1969 Lyndon Baines Johnson Hubert Humphrey
    37 1969-1974 Richard Milhous Nixon Spiro T Agnew, Gerald Ford
    38 1974-1977 Gerald Rudolph Ford Nelson Rockefeller
    39 1977-1981 James (Jimmy) Earl Carter Walter Mondale
    40 1981-1989 Ronald Wilson Reagan George Bush
    41 1989-1993 George Herbert Walker Bush Dan Quayle
    42 1993-2001 William (Bill) Jefferson Clinton Al Gore
    43 2001-2009 George Herbert Walker Bush Dick Cheney
    44 2009- Barack H. Obama Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr.


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