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Ancestors of Frederick Jackson Frakes






Generation One

1. Frederick Jackson1 Frakes (George, #2). Born 17 July 1870 probably in Perry County, Indiana. He gave bond for his marriage to Laurina Belle Harrison, daughter of William Henry Harrison and Martha Ann McAllister, 28 November 1892 in Spencer County, Indiana [Christine Young (comp), Spencer County, Indiana Marriages, 1855-1863 (Book 4) (Thomson, IL: Heritage House, 1976), Book 10, p. 460]. They were married 30 November 1892 (by Rev. W.H. Davidson). Died 1932 at Indiana State Hospital, Indianapolis, Indiana (of inoperable brain cancer) [Personal knowledge of June Louise (Gastineau) Smith]. Buried in Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis.

The grave marker says: "Father           Mother
                                         Fred J.           Laura B.
                                        1870–1932     1870–1939"

Early in his career, Fred was a farmer. Later, when he was living in Evansville, Indiana, he worked as a streetcar conductor. This is based on the content of the surviving letters he wrote to his wife and children when they were visiting family in southern Indiana in 1903. Click here to read the letters!

Generation Two

2. George2 Frakes (Frederick, #4). Born 17 December 1838 Perry County, Indiana. Married 1st Sabrina M. Rusher 6 June 1859 at Gentryville, Spencer County, Indiana (married by Rev. James Jones) [Young, Spencer County, Indiana Marriages, 1855-1863 (Book 4), Book 4, p. 237]. Married 2nd Rebecca Cockrell (see #3), daughter of Andrew Jackson Cockrell and Mary Sirles, 1 December 1861 at Spencer County, Indiana (married by Elder Wm. L. Robinson) [Young, Spencer County, Indiana Marriages, 1855-1863 (Book 4), Book 4, p. 461]. Married 3rd Sallie Harris, daughter of John Harris Sirles and Herba —(?)— (she was a 1st cousin of his 2nd wife, Rebecca), 22 January 1896 at Gentryville, Spencer County, Indiana (arried by John L. Stewart, J.P.; possibly her 2nd husband) [Young, Spencer County, Indiana Marriages, 1855-1863 (Book 4), Book 11, p. 290]. Died 7 November 1928 at National Home General Hospital, Milwaukee, Wisconsin [Wisconsin Death Certificate no. 5418]. Buried in Gentryville Cemetery, Spencer County, Indiana. (It was a G.A.R funeral with full military honors; there was a large crowd since he was one of last survivors of the War in southern Indiana.) [Letter from Mrs. Estella R. (Frakes) Brown, Little Rock, Arkansas, January 1978.]

He appeared on the 1860 census of Jackson Township, Spencer County, Indiana:

     Frakes, Geo.     21 yrs     Shoemaker (personal estate = $100)     b. Indiana
                  Sabrinie     17 yrs     b. Kentucky
                  Emily J.     7/12 yr     b. Indiana

George enlisted in Company E, 91st Indiana Volunteer Infantry, 12 August 1862 at Gentryville. He was described as 5' 6½", light complexion, with light hair and blue eyes. Promoted from the ranks to sergeant, 1 March 1863. The 91st Indiana was scattered through western Kentucky as a defense force; reunited June 1863 to pursue Morgan's raiders, then went by way of Knoxville and Cumberland Gap to join Sherman in the Atlanta campaign. The regiment took part in nearly all engagements in that campaign until the fall of Atlanta, 1 September 1864. It then went in pursuit of Hood's Brigade as far as Cedar Bluff, then removed to Chattanooga. Took part in Battle of Franklin, 30 November 1864; fought at Nashville, 15-16 December 1864; then moved via Cincinnati to Washington, DC (arrived 28 January 1865), and was transported to the mouth of the Cape Fear River, North Carolina, and landed near Fort Fisher; also took part in the capture of Wilmington. The regiment finally went into camp at Salisbury, North Carolina, where it was mustered out 26 June 1865, and was transported back to Indianapolis.

George spent the remainder of his life farming (and following various other concurrent occupations) near Gentryville. For possibly as long as several years, he was in the Veterans Hospital at Milwaukee, where he died. His son, Joseph H., may have worked there.

Children of George2 Frakes and Rebecca Cockrell (see #3) were as follows:

  •    i. Mary Alice1 Frakes; married —(?)— Woods; born 15 December 1862 in Perry County, Indiana [Letter from Mrs. Estella (Frakes) Brown, January 1978].

  •    ii. William Sherman Frakes; born 10 September 1866 and died 27 September 1867 in Perry County, Indiana [Letter from Mrs. Estella (Frakes) Brown, January 1978].

  •    iii. Martha Elizabeth Frakes; born 7 January 1868 in Perry County, Indiana; married —(?)— Avery [Letter from Mrs. Estella (Frakes) Brown, January 1978].

  • 1 iv. Frederick Jackson Frakes.

  •    v. George Franklin Frakes; born 9 December 1872 and died 14 February 1874 in Perry County, Indiana [Letter from Mrs. Estella (Frakes) Brown, January 1978].

  •    vi. Joseph Herschel Frakes; born 8 April 1874 in Perry County, IN; married Dora —(?)— [Letter from Mrs. Estella (Frakes) Brown, January 1978].

  •    vii. John Harris Frakes; born 4 October 1876 in Perry County, Indiana; married —(?)— Farmer, 20 June 1897 at Gentryville, Spencer County, Indiana; died 21 December 1954 (in Indiana?). He became very angry when his father remarried in 1896, and went to live with his uncle, James Frakes. [Letter from Mrs. Estella (Frakes) Brown, January 1978.]

  •    viii. Ernest Daniel Frakes; born 5 February 1879 at Gentryville, Spencer County, Indiana; married —(?)— Chalberg after 1895 probably in Spencer County, Indiana; died 26 May 1956 Sarasota, Florida [Letter from Mrs. Estella (Frakes) Brown, January 1978; Nina Carol Frakes, email message, 22 November 1999].

  •    ix. Elizabeth Belle Frakes; born 11 June 1881 at Gentryville, Spencer County, Indiana; married —(?)— Tully(?) after 1899 probably in Spencer County, Indiana; died 26 July 1910 (in Indiana?). She was known in the family as "Bessie Belle." [Letter from Mrs. Estella (Frakes) Brown, January 1978.]

  •    x. Charles Frakes; born 23 January 1884 and died 4 September 1884 at Gentryville, Spencer County, Indiana [Letter from Mrs. Estella (Frakes) Brown, January 1978].

  •    xi. Margaret Frakes; born 6 June 1885 at Gentryville, Spencer County, Indiana; married —(?)— Trueblood after 1901 probably in Spencer County, Indiana; died 8 October 1945 (in Indiana?) [Letter from Mrs. Estella (Frakes) Brown, January 1978].

  •    xii. Warden Guy Frakes; born 2 October 1887 at Gentryville, Spencer County, Indiana; married Mabel? —(?)— after 1903 probably in Spencer County, Indiana; died 30 July 1965 (in Indiana?) [Letter from Mrs. Estella (Frakes) Brown, January 1978].

  •    xiii. Fanny Lilly Frakes; born 18 September 1890 at Gentryville, Spencer County, Indiana; married —(?)— Kemp after 1906 probably in Spencer County, Indiana; died 22 May 1914 (in Indiana?) [Letter from Mrs. Estella (Frakes) Brown, January 1978].






3. Rebecca2 Cockrell (Andrew, #6). Born 10 March 1845 Grayson County, Kentucky. Married George Frakes (see #2), son of Frederick Frakes and Rebecca Lanman, 1 Dec 1861 Spencer County, Indiana. (She was a 1st cousin of George's 3rd wife, Sallie.) Died 1 June 1894 in Spencer County, Indiana. Buried in Gentry Cemetery, Spencer County, Indiana. According to the obituary in the Rockport Journal Weekly, 8 June 1894, she was buried in Garden of Memories Cemetery. According to the Rockport Democrat, 8 June 1894, she was buried in Little Pigeon Mission Cemetery (not the one in the park, though). [Sharon Patmore & Kris Manley (comps), Spencer County, (Ind.) Newspaper Abstracts, 1844-1925 (Chrisney, IN: The Authors, 1988), Vol. 1.]






Generation Three

4. Frederick3 Frakes (John, #8). Born 9 December 1814 Nelson County, Kentucky [Frakes Family Bible (now missing)]. Married Rebecca Lanman (see #5), daughter of George Lanman and Mary Van Winkle, 20 July 1836 in Perry County, Indiana [Frakes Family Bible (now missing); Doris Leistner (comp), Marriages of Perry County, Indiana, 1814-1852 (Tell City, IN: Tell City Historical Society, 1977), Book 1, p. 245]. Died 25 March 1882 (or 23 March, according to the grave marker) Gentryville, Spencer County, Indiana. Buried in Little Pigeon Baptist Church Cemetery, Lincoln State Park, Spencer County, Indiana.

Fred bought 127 acres from John W. & Maria F. Crooks for $2,000 on 17 March 1854 Spencer County, Indiana [Spencer County, Indiana, Deed Books, Book 16, pp. ?]. He subsequently sold two town lots in Gentryville to Alfred R. Wright for $500 on 17 August 1860 [Spencer County, Indiana, Deed Books, Bk 21, pp. ?].

Children of Frederick3 Frakes and Rebecca Lanman (see #5) were as follows:

  •    i. Elizabeth2 Frakes; born 1837-1840? in Perry County, Indiana.

  • 2 ii. George Frakes.

  •    iii. Grayson Frakes; born 1849? in Perry County, Indiana.

  •    iv. Philip Frakes; born August 1852 in Perry County, Indiana; married Rebecca J. Enlow, 20 August 1874 in Spencer County, Indiana.

  •    v. Hiram Frakes; married Ida A. —(?)—; born 1856? in Perry County, Indiana.

  •    vi. John Frakes; born 1857? at Perry County, Indiana.

  •    vii. Frederick Frakes; born March 1858 in Perry County, Indiana; married Isabelle —(?)—, 1880? probably in Perry County, Indiana; died 1916? probably at Gentryville, Spencer County, Indiana [Obituary, Rockport Journal Weekly, 22 Sep 1916]; buried in Old Pigeon Cemetery, Spencer County, Indiana.

    He acquired 187 acres from Jane Egnew & James R. Egnew on 4 November 1882 Spencer County, Indiana [Spencer County, Indiana, Deed Books, Book 45, pp. __?].

  •    viii. Martha Frakes; born 1860? in Perry County, Indiana.

  •    ix. James Frakes; born 22 April 1862 at Gentryville, Spencer County, Indiana; married Mary Isabelle Stevens, daughter of William Stevens and Laura Powers, probably in Spencer County, Indiana; died 20 April 1941 at Gentryville, Spencer County, Indiana [Spencer County, Indiana, Death Record, Book R-1, p.6].






5. Rebecca3 Lanman (George, #10). Born 1818 in Perry County, Indiana. Married Frederick Frakes (see #4), son of John Frakes Jr. and Elizabeth Dodson, 20 Jul 1836 Perry County, Indiana. Died 1892 in Gentryville, Spencer County, Indiana. Buried in Little Pigeon Baptist Church Cemetery, Lincoln State Park, Spencer County, Indiana. (Only the year is given on her grave marker; it probably was erected much later.)

She could not write her name; made her mark on land transfers, 1860 [Spencer County, Indiana, Deed Books, Bk 21, pp. __?]. She moved from Perry County to Spencer County in 1860 or '61.






6. Andrew Jackson3 Cockrell (Presley, #12). Born 1818? Warren County, Kentucky (so stated in the bond of his 3rd marriage, to Ann Bratcher). Married 1st Mary Sirles (see #7) 1835?; they were divorced March 1869 in Spencer County, Indiana [Spencer County, Indiana, Divorce Records, Book 7, p. 540]. Married 2nd Mary A. Wise, 20 October 1869 in Spencer County, Indiana (her 2nd husband) [Young, Spencer County, Indiana Marriages, 1855-1863 (Book 4), Book 6, p. 105]. Died 1870-1880? probably in Spencer County, Indiana.

His surname sometimes appears in documents (incorrectly) as Cochran. He apparently went by "Jack" or "A. J."

NOTE: The following is from Tom Cockriel's web site, "Genealogy of James Cockriel," and is included here for completeness — but I haven't yet seen his sources: Andrew married Ann Bratcher, daughter of David Bratcher, 26 April 1876 Edmondson County, Kentucky (his 3rd wife, her 4th husband). He died after 1886 Edmondson County(?), Kentucky [E-mail message from Tom Cockerel, 7 March 1999].

He appeared on the 1840 census of Grayson County, Kentucky:

     Cockriel, Andrew     (agriculture - 1)
          Males: under 5 - 1          Females: under 5 - 1
                              5-10 - 1                                20-30 - 1
                            20-30 - 1

He appeared on the 1838 tax list in Grayson County, Kentucky [all the following are from the microfilm copies of the Grayson County, Kentucky, Tax lists]:
     A. J. Cockrill - [no white males 21+], 1 horse (valued at $50), 3 cattle [no value], total value $50 [Grayson County, Kentucky, Tax lists].

1839 tax list:
     100 acres on Caney Creek (valued at $100), 1 white male 21+, 2 horses (valued at $50), 3 cattle [no value], total value $150.

1840 tax list:
     100 acres on Caney Creek.

1841 tax list:
     100 acres on Caney Creek.

1842 tax list:
     150 acres on Caney Creek.

1843 tax list:
     100 acres on Caney Creek.

1844 tax list:
     200 acres on Caney Creek.

1845 tax list:
     100 acres on Caney Creek.

1850 tax list:
     150 acres on Caney Creek.

1851 tax list:
     150 acres on Caney Creek.

1852 tax list:
     150 acres on Caney Creek.

He received a land-grant of 50 acres on 20 November 1847, Caney Creek, Grayson County, Kentucky [Jillson, Willard Rouse, The Kentucky Land Grants (Louisville, KY: Standard Printing Co, 1925), p. 1156 (citing Bk 24, p. 250)].

He appeared on the census of 1850 in Grayson County, Kentucky:

     Cockriel, Andrew J.     32 yrs     b. Kentucky     Farmer (value of real estate = $200)
                      Mary     wife     33 yrs     b. Kentucky
                      Joseph     son     15 yrs     b. Kentucky     Farmer
                      Margaret     dau     13 yrs     b. Kentucky
                      Stephen     son     11 yrs     b. Kentucky
                      Lucinda     dau     9 yrs     b. Kentucky
                      Martha     dau     7 yrs     b. Kentucky
                      Rebecca     dau     5 yrs     b. Kentucky
                      George W.     son     2 yrs     b. Kentucky

Andrew J. & Mary sold 40 acres to Samuel Shilket for $450 on 15 April 1858 Spencer County, Indiana [Spencer County, Indiana, Deed Books, Bk 19, pp. 176]. (He could not sign his name and made his mark.)

He appeared on the 1860 census of Jackson Township, Spencer County, Indiana:
     Cochran, Andrew J.     42 yrs     b. Kentucky     Farmer (value of real estate = $1,800; value of personal estate = $875)     (cannot read or write)
                       Mary     wife     43 yrs     b. Kentucky     (cannot read or write)
                       Joseph     son     26 yrs     b. Kentucky     Farmer     (cannot read or write)
                       Stephen     son     21 yrs     b. Kentucky     Farmer
                       Martha     dau     17 yrs     b. Kentucky
                       Rebecca     dau     15 yrs     b. Kentucky
                       George W.     son     12 yrs     b. Kentucky
                       Thomas     son     5 yrs     b. Indiana
                       John W.     son     2 yrs     b. Indiana

Children of Andrew Jackson3 Cockrell and Mary Sirles (see #7) were as follows:

  •    i. Joseph2 Cockrell; born 1834-35? in Kentucky.

  •    ii. Margaret Cockrell; born 1837? probably in Grayson County, Kentucky; married —(?)— Hesson [Letter from Mrs. Estella (Frakes) Brown, January 1978].

  •    iii. Stephen Cockrell; born 1839? probably in Grayson County, Kentucky.

  •    iv. Lucinda Cockrell; born 1841? probably in Grayson County, Kentucky; married —(?)— Tuley [Letter from Mrs. Estella (Frakes) Brown, January 1978].

  •    v. Martha Cockrell; born 1843? in Grayson County, Kentucky.

  • 3 vi. Rebecca Cockrell.

  •    vii. George W. Cockrell; born 1848? in Grayson County, Kentucky [See: Jillson, Kentucky Land Grants, p. 1156 (citing Bk 24, p. 250].

  •    viii. Thomas Herschel Cockrell; born 1855? in Spencer County, Indiana.

  •    ix. John W. Cockrell; born 1858? in Spencer County, Indiana.

  •    x. Mary Cockrell; born c1862? in Spencer County, Indiana; married —(?)— Adams [Letter from Mrs. Estella (Frakes) Brown, January 1978.].






  • 7. Mary3 Sirles. Born 1817? probably in Grayson County, Kentucky. Married Andrew Jackson Cockrell, son of Presley Cockrell and Margaret Hudnall, 1835? Kentucky (his 1st wife); divorced March 1869 Spencer County, Indiana. Died 18 May 1897 Spencer County, Indiana. [E-mail message from Tom Cockerel, 7 March 1999; e-mail message from David Howard, Nashville, Tennessee, 24 August 2001; research notes of Jacqueline R. Tevault, 9 July 2001.]

    Both of Mary's parents were born in Kentucky. Her name also appears as "Searls" and "Surls." There is also a possibility, based on confused information in some branches of the family, that she was Jewish — but this seems unlikely.






    Generation Four

    8. John4 Frakes Jr. (John, #16). Born 5 March 1786 probably in Nelson County, Kentucky [Frakes Family Bible]. Married Elizabeth Dodson (see #9), daughter of Jonathan Dodson and Mary B. Ashcraft, 7 February 1808 in Nelson County, Kentucky. (He made his mark on the bond the previous day.) Died 12 April 1865 in Perry County, Indiana. Buried in Perry County, Indiana. His will was probated 19 March 1866 in Perry County, Indiana. [Mary Harrel Stancliff (comp), Marriage Bonds of Nelson County, Kentucky, 1785-1832 (np: The Author, 1962); Frakes Family Bible; Martha Ashcraft Neal, The Ashcraft Family: Descendants of Daniel Ashcraft (Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1994), p. 508.]

    He apparently went by "Jack." Was his middle name "Shoemaker"?

    He appears as a private on the militia roll for 18 September 1812 Kentucky (county unknown), in Capt. Robert Berry's Company, Lt-Col's James Allen's Regiment, Kentucky Mounted Volunteer Militia [Kentucky Adjutant General's Office, Kentucky Soldiers of the War of 1812 (np: Clearfield Co, 1931 [new edition]), p. 248].

    John entered land in 1817: Township 4 South, Range 1 West, Section 31 in Oil [old Smith] Township, Perry County, Indiana [History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana (Chicago: Goodspeed, 1885), p. 594].

    He appeared on the 1820 census of Perry County, Indiana:

         Frakes, John (agriculture = 2)
              Males: under 10 - 4          Females: 26-45 - 1
                                  10-15 - 1
                                  26-45 - 1

    On 6 November 1820, having made full payment, John received the southeast quarter (160 acres) of Section 33, Township 5 South, Range 3 East, in Harrison County, Indiana [No. 3607, recorded in Vol. 40, p. 329; Harrison County, Indiana Deed books, Book U, p. 332]. There is no indication that he lived in Harrison County, however, so I'm not quite sure how he came to enter land there. . . .

    In fact, he appears on the list of voters in Oil [old Smith] Township, Perry County in August 1821 [History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana, p. 594].

    He appeared on the census of 1830 Oil Township, Perry County, Indiana:

         Frakes, John
              Males: under 5 - 2          Females: 5-10 - 1
                                 5-10 - 1                        30-40 - 1
                               10-15 - 1
                               15-20 - 1
                               20-30 - 1
                               40-50 - 1

    He appeared on the 1840 census of Oil Township, Perry County, Indiana:

         Frakes, John (agriculture = 2)
              Males: under 5 - 1          Females: 40-50 - 1
                                 5-10 - 1
                               10-15 - 1
                               50-60 - 1

    He appeared on the census of 1850 Leopold Twp, Perry County, Indiana:

         Frakes, John     64 yrs     b. Kentucky     [no occupation]     (real estate = $500)
                        Elizabeth     57 yrs     b. Kentucky     (cannot read or write)

    John wrote his will on 29 February 1864 Perry County, Indiana:

    In the name of the Benevolent Father of all:

            I John Frakes Senr. of the County of Perry in the State of Indiana do make and publish this my last Will and Testament.

            Item 1st: I give and devise to my son Thomas S. Frakes the following described lot of land in Perry County: the West half of the South East quarter of the North East quarter of Section (96) in Township four south of range two west, in case he shall live to come home discharged fromf the Army but in case my said son Thomas should never return home then said land shall go to his children.

            Item 2: And I give and bequeath to my son Thomas's two sons Abisha and John each one feather bed.

            Item 3: I give and bequeath to my son Philip all my personal property of whatsoever nature, and also the following described parcel of land: all that part of the South West quarter of the South West quarter of Section thirty in township four South of range one West that lies north of a line running due east from the South East corner of Section twenty-five in Township four South of range two West and west of the main channel of Oil Creek, estimated to contain five acres more or less.

            Ithem 4th: It is my will and desire that my son Erving's remains shall be disinterred and buried on my farm where my wife is buried and that one-fourth of an acre of land be laid off in a square around said grave which shall never be sold but remain for a family burying ground and that said lot be fenced in with a good paling fence and that a set of good marble tomb stones be provided for each of the graves of my family that are burried in said lot.

            Item 5th: It is my will and desire that after my decease my Executor or administrator shall sell all my real estate not otherwise appropriate[d] and after paying the expenses of the burying ground and Tomb Stones, court expenses &c that the balance of the proceeds be equally divided between all my children that may then be living and that and that if any of my said children shall be dead their children shall take their parents share.

            The extra bequeath of my son Philip above is to remunerate him for taking care of me since I became helpless and the extra bequeath to my said son Thomas is to make him even with the rest of my children for lands and money before given to the rest of them.


            Signed, Sealed, dated this 29th day of February 1864.

                        [signed] John Frakes Sen

     

    Signed sealed and acknowleged by the
    said John Frakes sen. in our presence
    and signed by us in his presence.

                        [signed] R. W. Reily

     

    [John S. Frakes, Will, 29 February 1864, Perry County, Indiana.]

    The will was probated 19 March 1866 Perry County, Indiana.

    Children of John4 Frakes Jr. and Elizabeth Dodson (see #9) were as follows:

    •    i. Grayson3 Frakes; born 18 February 1809 in Nelson County, Kentucky; married Mary Shoemaker 20 September 1832 in Perry County, Indiana; died 2 April 1870 at Branchville, Perry County, Indiana [Frakes Family Bible; Leistner, Marriages of Perry County, Indiana, 1814-1852].

      He appeared on the 1850 census of Clark Township, Perry County, Indiana:

           Frakes, Grayson     40 yrs     Farmer (real estate = $1,000)     b. Indiana
                          Mary     38 yrs     b. Kentucky
                          John     16 yrs     Farmer     b. Indiana
                          James     12 yrs     b. Indiana
           Hamhee(?), Jane     10 yrs     b. Indiana
                [I have no idea what relation this young girl was to the Grayson Frakes family. . . .]

    •    ii. John Dodson Frakes; born 11 April 1811 in Nelson County, Kentucky; married Ellen Haskell 16 June 1834 in Perry County, Indiana; died 12 April 1865 in Linn County, Missouri [Frakes Family Bible; Leistner, Marriages of Perry County, Indiana, 1814-1852].

      John D. appeared on the census of 1840 Perry County, Indiana:

           Frakes, John D.     (agriculture = 1)
                Males 20-30 - 1          Females under 5 - 1
                               5-10 - 1
                             20-30 - 1

    • 4 iii. Frederick Frakes.

    •    iv. James L. Frakes; born 11 November 1817 in Nelson County, Kentucky; died 15 September 1818 in Perry County, Indiana [Frakes Family Bible].

    •    v. Abisha Frakes; born 3 November 1819 in Perry County, Indiana; married Elizabeth Robinson 29 May 1840 in Perry County, Indiana; died between 1861 and 1865 possibly in Linn County, Missouri. (There is a family story that he died or was killed during the War, but I have not yet been able to prove this one way or the other.)

      Abisha appeared on the 1850 census of Clark Township, Perry County, Indiana:

           Frakes, Abisha     30 yrs     Farmer     (real estate = $150)     b. Indiana
                          Elizabeth     30 yrs     b. Indiana     (cannot read or write)
                          John     9 yrs     b. Indiana
                          Grason     7 yrs     b. Indiana
                          James     5 yrs     b. Indiana
                          Frederick     3 yrs     b. Indiana
                          Eliza J.     1 yr     b. Indiana

    •    vi. Jane Frakes; born 26 January 1822 in Perry County, Indiana; married Daniel Hammock 7 March 1839 in Perry County, Indiana [Frakes Family Bible; Leistner, Marriages of Perry County, Indiana, 1814-1852].

    •    vii. Philip Frakes; born 28 February 1825 in Perry County, Indiana; married Sarah Ransom 12 June 1845 in Perry County, Indiana [Frakes Family Bible; Leistner, Marriages of Perry County, Indiana, 1814-1852].

    •    viii. Ewing Frakes; born 27 November 1829 in Perry County, Indiana; died 15 September 1849 at Branchville, Perry County, Indiana; unmarried [Frakes Family Bible].

    •    ix. Thomas S. Frakes; born 30 November 1834 in Perry County, Indiana; married 1st Lucinda Waller 10 April 1855 in Perry County, Indiana; married 2nd Jane Ransom 23 June 1858 in Perry County, Indiana; married 3rd Julia Ann Sprinkle 21 July 1872 in Perry County, Indiana; reportedly married a 4th time after August 1872 in Perry County, Indiana, but this wife's name is not known (to me); died 8 September 1902 at Branchville, Perry County, Indiana [Frakes Family bible].






    9. Elizabeth4 Dodson (Jonathan, #18). Born 21 April 1792 in Kentucky. Married John Frakes Jr. (see #8), son of John Frakes Sr. and Elizabeth Unseld, 7 February 1808 Nelson County, Kentucky. Died 19 August 1860 in Perry County, Indiana. [Frakes Family Bible; Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 508.]






    10. George4 Lanman (James, #20). Born 30 May 1793 in Caswell County, North Carolina. Married 1st Mary Van Winkle (see #11), daughter of Alexander Van Winkle and Phoebe Coy, 6 July 1815 in Perry County, Indiana [according to Leistner, Marriages of Perry County, Indiana, 1814-1852] OR- 25 October 1816 [according to James C. Van Winkle (ed), A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, 1630-1993: Descendants of Jacob Walichs of Holland (Tybee Island, GA: The Author, 1994), p. 69]. Married 2nd Polly Riggs 1852 in Perry County, Indiana [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy]. Died 19 February 1873 in Perry County, Indiana. Buried in Lanman Cemetery, Clark Township, Perry County, Indiana. [Indiana Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Roster of Soldiers and Patriots of the American Revolution Buried in Indiana (Indianapolis: Indiana Chapter, D.A.R., 1966), vol. 2, p. 26; Harold Van Winkle & Gary M. Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy: The Descendants of James Lanman of Perry County, Indiana (Decorah, IA: Anundsen Publishing Co, 1986).]

    He made his first land entry in 1817 in Tobin Township, Perry County, Indiana [History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana, p. 589].

    He appeared on the 1820 census of Perry County, Indiana:

         Lanman, George (agriculture - 1)
              Males: under 10 - 1          Females: under 10 - 1
                                  26-44 - 1                                   26-44 - 1                              

    He appeared on the census of 1830 Perry County, Indiana:

    Lanman, George
         Males: under 5 - 1          Females: under 5 - 1
                             5-10 - 1                                   5-10 - 1
                           15-20 - 1                                 10-15 - 1
                           30-40 - 1                                 30-40 - 1

    He appeared on the 1840 census of Perry County, Indiana:

         Lanman, George
              Males: under 5 - 1          Females: 5-10 - 1
                                10-15 - 1                          10-15 - 2
                                15-20 - 1                          15-20 - 1
                                20-30 - 1                          30-40 - 1
                                40-50 - 1
                              90-100 - 1*
              *Revolutionary Pensioner: James Lanman, age 90

    He appeared on the 1850 census of Perry County, Indiana:

         Lanman, George     57 yrs     b. Virginia     Farmer     (cannot read or write)
                          Mary     wife     49 yrs     b. Kentucky
                          Sytha     dau     22 yrs     b. Indiana
                          John     son     20 yrs     b. Indiana     Farmer
                          Sarah     dau     18 yrs     b. Indiana
                          Nancy     dau     12 yrs     b. Indiana
                          William     son     10 yrs     b. Indiana
         Simdor(?), William R.     (male)     23 yrs     b. Indiana     Farmer

    He appeared on the 1860 census of Perry County, Indiana:

         Lanman, George     68 yrs [no occupation]     (real estate = $1,500; personal estate = $2,500)     b. Maryland [WRONG]
                          Mary     64 yrs     b. Kentucky
                          William B.     20 yrs     Farm Laborer     b. Indiana
                          Martha     17 yrs     Domestic     b. Indiana
         Stines, Daniel     18 yrs     Laborer     b. Indiana

    Children of George4 Lanman and Mary Van Winkle (see #11), all born at Perry County, Indiana, were as follows:

    •    i. Elizabeth Lanman; born 1820; married William S. Minor 19 October 1844 in Perry County, Indiana; died 30 August 1851 in Perry County, Indiana; buried in Lanman Cemetery,Perry County, Indiana. [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy; Leistner, Marriages of Perry County, Indiana, 1814-1852.]

    •    ii. Simeon Lanman; born 1823; married Nancy Hensley 2 March 1843 in Perry County, Indiana (had 3 children) [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy; Leistner, Marriages of Perry County, Indiana, 1814-1852.].

    •    iii. Louisa Lanman; born 1825; married Daniel Goble 16 July 1847 in Perry County, Indiana; died 1882 in Perry County, Indiana; buried in Lanman Cemetery, Bristow, Perry County, Indiana. [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy; Leistner, Marriages of Perry County, Indiana, 1814-1852.]

    •    iv. Sitha Lanman; born 1828; married William S. Minor 24 May 1853 in Perry County, Indiana (his 2nd wife; they had 1 son); died 1855 in Perry County, Indiana; buried in in Lanman Cemetery, Bristow, Perry County, Indiana. [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy.]

    •    v. John W. Lanman; born 1830; married Laura Mason 1854 in Perry County, Indiana (had 3 children); died 1875 (in Indiana?). [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy.]

    •    vi. Sarah Lanman; born 1832; died 1852 in Perry County, Indiana; buried in Lanman Cemetery, Bristow, Perry County, Indiana; unmarried. [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy.]

    •    vii. Phoebe Lanman; born 1834 and died 1837 in Perry County, Indiana; buried in Lanman Cemetery, Bristow, Perry County, Indiana. [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy.]

    •    viii. Mary Lanman; born 1835 and died 1837 in Perry County, Indiana; buried in Lanman Cemetery, Bristow, Perry County, Indiana. [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy.]

    •    ix. Nancy Lanman; born 1838; married 1st William Harker 4 March 1865 in Perry County, Indiana (had 4 chldren — all of whom died within a single week, presumably from disease or disaster, and are buried in the same grave); married 2nd Thomas Jeffers 18 May 1872 in Perry County, Indiana (had 5 more children). [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy.]

    •    x. William V. Lanman; born 1840; married Nancy Ellen Huffman 6 May 1863 in Perry County, Indiana (had 5 children); died 1873 in Perry County, Indiana; buried in Lanman Cemetery, Bristow, Perry County, Indiana. [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy.]

    •    xi. Martha Lanman; born 1842; married James T. Hillis, son of James Hills and Phoebe Shoemaker, 4 June 1863 in Perry County, Indiana; died 1920 in Perry County, Indiana; buried in Lanman Cemetery, Bristow, Perry County, Indiana. [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy.]

    • 5 i. Rebecca3 Lanman.






    11. Mary4 Van Winkle (Alexander, #22). Born 1796 in Nelson County, Kentucky. Married George Lanman (see #10), son of James Lanman and Sytha Blake Summers, 6 July 1815 -OR- 25 October 1816 Perry County, Indiana. Died 30 August 1851 in Perry County, Indiana. Buried in Lanman Cemetery, Bristow, Perry County, Indiana. [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy; Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 69]






    12. Presley4 Cockrell. Born before 1794 Virginia? ["Genealogy of James Cockriel."]. Married Margaret Hudnall (see #13) c1811 Wythe County(?), Virginia [Email message from Tom Cockerel <kytrace@worldnet.att.net>, 7 March 1999; John Riley Cockeral Jr. & Willie Marie Silas, The Cockeral Family of Grayson County, Kentucky (np: The Authors, nd)]. Died between 1825 and 1830 Warren County, Kentucky (Family is in wife's name on 1830 census).

    Taken up by Presley cockrell in Warren County near Honaker Ferry on Green River two bay mares one of them is three years thirateen hands and one half high no brands ___[illegible]___ receivable appriased to twenty five dollars the other about fourteen hands one inch high fifteen or sixteen years old a small star on her forehead some small specks of white on her neck and brest shod before with old shoes some saddle spots one hind foot white branded on the rear shoulder and buttock thus ________ appriased to ten dollars before me this 23 day of August 1819 [John Wallace, "Genealogy of James Cockriel."].

    He appeared on the 1820 census of Warren County, Kentucky:

         Cockerall, Prestley
                   Males: under 10 yrs — 3          Females: under 10 - 1
                                            10 - 16 — 2                                   10-16 - 1
                                            16 - 18 — 0                                   16-26 - 1
                                            16 - 26 — 1                                   26-45 - 1
                                            26 - 45 — 1
                                          over 45 — 1

    Before 1830, Joseph and his family lived in the Ivy Creek area and also on the Green River, in Warren County, Kentucky [E-mail message from Tom Cockerel <kytrace@worldnet.att.net>, 7 March 1999].

    Children of Presley4 Cockrell and Margaret Hudnall (see #13) were as follows:

    • i. James3 Cockrell; born 25 July 1812 Wythe County, Virginia [E-mail message from Tom Cockerel <kytrace@worldnet.att.net>, 7 March 1999; "Genealogy of James Cockriel."; Cockeral & Silas, Cockeral Family of Grayson County, p. 4-5]; married 1st Lucinda Sirles, daughter of Joseph Sirles, 1828-1830? Grayson County(?), Kentucky; married 2nd Lucinda Cox 1856? Grayson County(?), Kentucky (her 2nd husband); died 5 August 1859 Preston Township, Platte County, Missouri (of bilious fever) ["Genealogy of James Cockriel."; Cockeral & Silas, Cockeral Family of Grayson County, p. 5.); buried in Cockriel Cemetery, Preston Township, Platte County, Missouri.

      He appeared on the 1830 census of Warren County, Kentucky:

           Cockiell, James
                Males: 15 - 20 — 1          Females: 15 - 20 — 1

      He appeared on the 1840 census of Grayson County, Kentucky:

           Cockriel, James     (agriculture - 1)
                Males: under 5 - 1          Females: under 5 - 3
                                    5-10 - 1                                   5-10 - 1
                                  20-30 - 1                                 20-30 - 1

      He appeared on 1834 the tax list in Grayson County, Kentucky [all the following are from the Grayson County, Kentucky, Tax lists]:
           James Cockrell - 1 white male 21+, 1 horse, total value $30.

      1838 tax list:
           1 white male 21+, 2 horses (valued at $100), 6 cattle, total value $100

      1839 tax list:
           50 acres on Caney Creek (valued at $50), 1 white male 21+, 3 horses (valued at $125), 6 cattle, total value $175

      1840 tax list:
           50 acres on Caney Creek.

      On 1 September 1840, James surveyed an additional 50 acres on Caney Creek [Jillson, Kentucky Land Grants, p. 1149 (citing Book 7, p. 379].

      1841 tax list:
           142 A. on Caney Creek.

      1843 tax list:
           193 acres on Caney Creek.

      1844 tax list:
           250 acres on Caney Creek.

      1845 tax list:
           350 acres on Caney Creek.

      1849 tax list:
           250 acres on Caney Creek.

      1850 tax list:
           250 acres on Caney Creek.

      1851 tax list:
           250 acres on Caney Creek.

      1852 tax list:
           280 acres on Caney Creek.

      1853 tax list:
           280 acres on Caney Creek.

      1854 tax list:
           250 acres on Caney Creek.

      1855 tax list:
           280 acres on Caney Creek.

      1856 tax list:
           280 acres on Caney Creek.

      Late in 1856, James moved his family to Platte County, Missouri ["Genealogy of James Cockriel."].

      He appeared on the census of 1850 Grayson County, Kentucky:

           Cockriel, James     37 yrs     Farmer (real estate = $530)     b. Virginia
                             Lucinda     36 yrs     b. Kentucky
                             William     19 yrs     Farmer     b. Kentucky
                             Sarah     16 yrs     b. Kentucky
                             Harriet     15 yrs     b. Kentucky
                             Surrilda     14 yrs     b. Kentucky
                             Marshall     12 yrs     b. Kentucky
                             Louisa     9 yrs     b. Kentucky
                             Martin     8 yrs     b. Kentucky
                             Morgan     3 yrs     b. Kentucky
                             Clarissa     7/12 yr     b. Kentucky
           Sirles, Martha     54 yrs     yrs     b. South Carolina

    • ii. John E. Cockrell (middle initial is based on information from his son, Valentine's, death certificate); born 1813? Wythe County, Virginia; married 1st Sarah Sirles, daughter of Joseph Sirles and Martha Roberts, c1832 Grayson County, Kentucky; married 2nd Sarah Hayes, daughter of John Hayes and Tabitha —(?)—, 1845 Grayson County, Kentucky; married 3rd Annie Allen, daughter of John Allen and Nancy —(?)—, 2 December 1853 Grayson County, Kentucky; married 4th Rhoda Turner, daughter of Reuben Turner and Elizabeth Lykins, 11 August 1857 Warren County, Kentucky; died 1890 Grayson County(?), Kentucky ["Genealogy of James Cockriel."; "Descendants of Presley Cockriel" <www.tcarden.com/tree/ensor/PresCockriel.htm, 9 July 2001>; Cockeral & Silas, Cockeral Family of Grayson County, p. 1].

      He appeared on the 1834 tax list in 1834 Grayson County, Kentucky [all the following are from the Grayson County, Kentucky 0]:
           John Cockrell - [no white males 21+], 1 horse, total value $30.

      1836 tax list:
           1 white male 21+, 2 horses, total value $40.

      1838 tax list:
           200 acres on Caney Creek (valued at $300), 1 white male 21+, 1 horse (valued at $30), 8 cattle (valued at $5), total value $335.

      1839 tax list:
           125 acres on Caney Creek (valued at $250), 1 white male 21+, 2 horses (valued at $55), 4 cattle, total value $305.

      1840 tax list:
           125 acres on Caney Creek.

      On 10 January 1840, James surveyed an additonal 40 acres on Caney Creek [Jillson, Kentucky Land Grants, p. 1149].

      1841 tax list:
           160 acres on Caney Creek.

      1842 tax list:
           160 acres on Caney Creek.

      1843–1845 tax lists: [he appears, but with no details].

      On 23 June 1847, James surveyed an additonal 40 acres on Caney Creek [Jillson, Kentucky Land Grants, p. 1149].

      1849 tax list:
           40 acres on Caney Creek.

      1850 tax list:
           180 acres on Sunfish watercourse.

      1851 tax list:
           180 acres on Sunfish watercourse.

      1852 tax list:
           300 acres + 100 acres +40 acres + 40 acres [where?].

      1853 tax list:
           300 acres [where?].

      1854 tax list:
           250 acres [where?].

      1855 tax list:
           300 acres [where?].

      1856 tax list:
           200 acres on Caney Creek.

      He appeared on the census of 1850 Grayson County, Kentucky:

           Cockriel, John     37 yrs     Merchant (per estate = $180)     b. Virginia
                             Sarah     21 yrs     b. Kentucky
                             Nancy     17 yrs     b. Kentucky
                             James     14 yrs     b. Kentucky
                             Elizabeth     12 yrs     b. Kentucky
                             Eliza     11 yrs     b. Kentucky
                             Thomas     9 yrs     b. Kentucky
                             Presley     3 yrs     b. Kentucky
                             Jackson     2 yrs     b. Kentucky
                             Henry     3/12 yr     b. Kentucky
           Sirles, James     78 yrs     Pauper     b. Virginia
                        Mary     81 yrs     b. Maryland

    • iii. Eleanor Cockrell; born 1814? Kentucky; married Stephen Wilson c1835 Grayson County, Kentucky [Web site: "Genealogy of James Cockriel."].

    • iv. Thomas Buel Cockrell; born 1816? Kentucky; married 1st Frances Decker (they obtained a marriage license 22 November 1844 Grayson County, Kentucky); he was apparently no longer living with Frances by June 1850; married 2nd Matilda Young 29 July 1852 Warren County, Kentucky (her 1st husband) ["Genealogy of James Cockriel."; email message from Tom Cockerel <kytrace@worldnet.att.net>, 7 March 1999].

      He appeared on the 1839 tax list in 1839 Grayson County, Kentucky [all the following are from the Grayson County, Kentucky tax lists]:
           Thomas Cockrell - [no white males 21+], 1 horse (valued at $35), 4 cattle, total value $35 [no land listed].

      1840, 1841, 1843, 1845, & 1846 tax lists [he appears, but with no details].

    • 6 v. Andrew Jackson Cockrell.

    • vi. Catherine Cockrell; born before 1823 Warren County(?), Kentucky; married Felix Jones 20 March 1839 Edmondson County, Kentucky (she made her mark on the license) ["Genealogy of James Cockriel."].

    • vii. Sarah Cockrell; born c1824 Kentucky; married George A. Hack 6 February 1842 Grayson County, Kentucky (consent given by Margaret Cockrell only) ["Genealogy of James Cockriel."].






    13. Margaret4 Hudnall. Married Presley Cockrell (see #12) c1811 Wythe County(?), Virginia. Died c1837 Grayson County, Kentucky. [Email message from Tom Cockerel <kytrace@worldnet.att.net>, 7 March 1999; Cockeral & Silas, Cockeral Family of Grayson County.] Margaret appears in no Grayson County tax lists after 1836.

    She appeared on the 1830 census of Warren County, Kentucky:

         Cockriel, Margaret
              Males: 5-10 - 1          Females: 5-10 - 1
                         10-15 - 1                          15-20 - 1
                         15-20 - 1                          30-40 - 1

    She appeared on the 1834 tax list in 1834 Grayson County, Kentucky [all the following are from the Grayson County, Kentucky tax lists]:
         Margaret Cockrell - [no white males 21+], 1 horse, total value $15.

    1836 tax list:
         [no white males 21+], 1 horse, total value $20.






    14. Joseph4 Sirles; born 1780-1790 Virginia(?). Married Martha Roberts (see #15), daughter of Charles Roberts Jr and Fanny Langston, 21 March 1812 Logan County, Kentucky (Joseph may have been married twice; Fanny may not have been Thomas's or Lucinda's mother. . . .). Died 1841–1849 Grayson County, Kentucky. ["Genealogy of James Cockriel."].

    There are no Sirles listings on the Grayson County, Kentucky tax lists between 1810 & 1815, but Joseph appeared on the 1816 tax list [all the following are from the Grayson County, Kentucky tax lists; for unknown reasons, with the exception of 1830, none of the listings include land.]:
         Joesph Serls - 1 white male 21+, 1 black male 16+, 2 blacks total, 4 horses, total value $600 [no land listed].

    1817 tax list:
         1 white male 21+, 1 black male 16+, 2 blacks total, 3 horses, total value $650.

    1818 tax list:
         1 white male 21+, [no blacks], 5 horses, total value $160.

    1819 tax list:
         1 white male 21+, 1 black male 16+, 2 horses, total value $605.

    1820 tax list:
         1 white male 21+, 1 black male 16+, 2 blacks total, 3 horses, total value $685.

    1821-1822 tax list:
         [no SIRLES listings]

    1826 tax list:
         1 white male 21+, [no black males 16+], 1 black total, 3 horses, total value $420.

    1827 tax list:
         1 white male 21+, [no black males 16+], 1 black total, 4 horses, total value $450.

    1828 tax list:
         1 white male 21+, [no black males 16+], 1 black total, 4 horses, total value $450.

    1829 tax list:
         [he appears, but the information is unreadable on the film].

    1830 tax list:
         950 acres (3d rate) on Caney Creek (entered in name of J.C. Owings), 1 white male 21+, [no black males 16+], 1 black total, 6 horses, total value $800.

    1831 tax list:
         [same land description], 1 white male 21+, [no black males 16+], 1 black total, 4 horses, total value $850.

    1833 tax list:
         [same land description], 1 white male 21+, [no black males 16+], 1 black total, 4 horses, total value $900.

    1834 tax list:
         [same land description], 1 white male 21+, [no black males 16+], 1 black total, 4 horses, total value $900.

    1836 tax list:
         [same land description], 1 white male 21+, [no black males 16+], 1 black total, 3 horses, total value $1,425.

    1837 tax list:
         950 acres valued at $600, 4 horses valued at $200, [no blacks], 12 cattle valued at $25, total value $825.

    1838 tax list:
         900 acres valued at $500, 1 white male 21+, [no blacks], 5 horses valued at $250, 12 cattle valued at $25, total value $775.

    1839 tax list:
         700 acres valued at $700, 1 white male 21+, [no blacks], 4 horses valued at $200, 7 cattle [no value given], total value $900.

    He appeared on the census of 1830 Grayson County, Kentucky:

         Serles, Joseph
              Males: under 5 - 1          Females: under 5 - 1
                                10-15 - 1                                   5-10 - 3
                                40-50 - 1                                 10-15 - 1
                                                                                 30-40 - 1

    Children of Joseph4 Sirles and Martha Roberts (see #15) were as follows:

    • i. John3 Sirles.

    • ii. Allen Sirles.

    • iii. Sarah Sirles; married John E. Cockrell, son of Presley Cockrell and Margaret Hudnall, c1832 Grayson County, Kentucky (his 1st wife); died before December 1853 Grayson County(?), Kentucky ["Genealogy of James Cockriel."; Cockeral & Silas, Cockeral Family of Grayson County, p. 5].

    • iv. Eleanor Sirles.

    • v. Martha Sirles.

    • vi. Fannie Sirles.

    • vii. Thomas Sirles; born 1802? (based on his first appearance in the 1833 tax list, implying he was over 21).

      He appeared on the 1833 tax list [all the following are from the Grayson County, Kentucky tax lists; for unknown reasons, none of the listings include land.]:
           Thomas Surls - 1 white male 21+.

      1834 tax list:
           1 white male 21+.

      1836 tax list:
           1 white male 21+.

      1837 tax list:
           1 white male 21+.

      1838 tax list:
           1 white male 21+.

      1839 tax list:
           1 white male 21+.

    • viii. William Sirles; born before 1807 (based on his earliest appearance on the Grayson County, Kentucky, Tax lists).

      He appeared on the 1827 tax list in Grayson County, Kentucky:
           William Surls - 1 white male 21+, [no blacks], 1 horse, total value $20.

    • ix. James Sirles; born 1813? (based on his first appearance on the Grayson County tax lists, as being over 21).

      He appeared on the 1834 tax list [all the following are from the Grayson County, Kentucky tax lists; for unknown reasons, none of the listings include land.]:
           James Surls - 1 white male 21+.

      1836 tax lists:
           1 white male 21+.

      1838 tax lists:
           1 white male 21+.

    • 7 x. Mary Sirles.

    • xi. Pheraba Sirles; born 1828 Grayson County, Kentucky; married John Harris; died 1912 Spencer County, Indiana [email message from David Howard, Nashville, Tennessee, 24 August 2001].






    15. Martha4 Roberts (Charles, #30). Born 1796? South Carolina [Census KY 1850 Grayson County]. Married Joseph Sirles (see #14) 21 March 1812 Logan County, Kentucky (may have been married twice; she may not have been the mother of Thomas or Lucinda) ["Genealogy of James Cockriel."]. Died c1850 Grayson County, Kentucky [Tevault research notes]. She also appears in various records as "Patsy".






    Generation Five

    16. John5 Frakes Sr. Born 1750 probably in Pennsylvania. Married 1st Betty Timberlake(?) before 1780? in Kentucky [Robert L. Frakes, correspondence (Harrisonburg, Virginia), October 1983]. Married 2nd Elizabeth Unseld (see #17) c1784 probably in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Died 4 October 1846 in Harrison County, Indiana. Buried in Crossroads Cemetery, Harrison County, Indiana (his grave marker says: "Left a wife & 14 children. Vet / Rev War, Kentucky."

    He wrote a letter to Judge William Anderson Porter of Corydon, Indiana, dated 16 April 1846:

            Mr. Wm. A. Porter — I want you to attend to my business about drawing my pension my servises was rendered under Jerineline Brisco for seven weeks and the next servise was under Charles Polk about nine weeks and the next i was called out on the fartique [fatique] party under Capt. Davis my servises was rendered a building a foart at the mouth of baragrass [?] where louisville new stands my servises under him was about thirty days my service under Brisco was the year 1780 my service under Polk was the year 1782 Our Chief commander was general Clark and if you succeed in getting anything you shall have half you get my age now is ninety-six and i am not able to attend it and if you want any proof it is now on record in Beardtown [i.e., Bardstown], Ky.

            [signed] John Frakes

    Since he died six months later, the paperwork apparently was not completed, & no pension appears on file. This information was apparently in the possession of Mrs. Albert Ramsey, Indiana DAR, No. 47166. [Mrs. Roscoe C. O'Byrne (ed). Soldiers and Patriots of the Revolution Buried in Indiana. Vol. 2. Indianapolis: DAR, 1938]. Neither have any records been found in Bardstown, or elswhere. . . .

    According to the pay roll of Capt. Charles Polk's Company, he served again in the militia late in 1782:

    John Frakes, entered service 20 October 1782 with 1 horse, discharged 23 November 1782, in service 37 days, paid £2/6/3 [John Frakes, Sr., letter; Margery Heberling Harding (comp), George Rogers Clark and His Men, 1778-1784 (Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Historical Society, 1971), p. 163].

    He appeared on the 1785 tax list in Nelson County, Kentucky:
         Tithables on southern waters of Rolling & Beech Forks, west of Hardings Creek: Friggs, John Sr - 2
         [all of the following are found in: Margaret Johnson Schroeder (comp), 1785-1799 Residents of Nelson County, Virginia (now Kentucky) Recorded in Tithable and Tax Lists. 2v. (Bardstown, KY: The Author, 1988]

    1787 tax list:
         Tithables on Buffalo Creek on Cox's Creek: Friggs, John Sr - 3

    5 August 1788 tax list:
         Capt. Cunningham's Company: Friggs, John - 1

    5 September 1789 tax list:
         Capt. Crume's Company: Friggs, John Sen. - 2 (He was a next-door neighbor of Georg Friedrich Unseld Jr.)

    13 July 1790 tax list:
         Taken by Thos. Morton: Friggs, John - 1

    1791 tax list:
         Taken by James Beard: Frigs, John - 1

    1792 tax list:
         Gabriel Cox's District: Frakes, John Snr. - 1 white male 21+, 3 horses, 6 cows, 100 acres.

    27 September 1793 tax list:
         Frakes, John - 1 male tithable, 3 horses, 4 cows, 100 acres.

    2 April 1794 tax list:
         Frakes, John - 2 male tithables, 2 horses, 4 cows, 100 acres.

    He also had land surveyed on 7 November 1792 in Nelson County (details not known) [Kentucky Land Warrants, p. 497-98].

    In 1815, he was living in Hardin County, Kentucky [Walter S. Beanblossom (comp), Marriage Affidavits and Certificates, Harrison County, Indiana, 1809-1865 (np: The Author, 1973].

    He sold 2 acres to Philip Beanblossom (his son-in-law) on 2 April 1833 in Harrison County, Indiana [Harrison County, Indiana Deed books, Bk. G, p. 397].

    He sold 3 acres to Jacob Sherman on 3 April 1840 in Harrison County [Harrison County, Indiana Deed books, Bk. L, p. 102].

    He sold an unspecified number of acres to Peter Beard on 5 April 1840 in Harrison County [Harrison County, Indiana Deed books, Bk. N, p. 392].

    He sold 16 acres to Frederick Stowpoli on 16 April 1840 in Harrison County [Harrison County, Indiana Deed books, Bk. M, p. 584].

    NOTE: I have not been able to identify John Frakes, under any known variant of his surname, in the 1820, 1830, or 1840 censuses of Harrison County.

    John Frakes left the following will [spelling as I found it]:

            In the name of God amen I John Frakes of the County of Harrison and State of Indiana being sick of body but of perfect mind and memory to make and ordain this my Last will and testatment That is to say princially and first of all I give and Recommend my soul to Almighty God who gave it and my body to the earth to be buried in decent Christian Burial at the discretion of my executors nothing doubting but I shall Receive and same again through the mighty power of God in the general resurrection and as toching such my wordly Estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me with In this life I Give devise and dispose of the same in the following Manner and form to wit

            First that all my Just debts and funeral expenses be paid as soon after my decease as monies can be Raise out of my estate by my executor. Second I Give and bequeath To my son Philip Frakes his heirs and assigns all that portions of the lands that I may die seized of. It being a part of the South East quarter of section numbered thirty three in Township five South of Range Three east In the Jeffersonville district Indiana To him and his heirs forever Reserving To my wife Elizabeth all the rights of Dower and to Each of my other children To wit John Frakes Jr, Catharine Vandiver, Peter Frakes, Frederick Frakes, Nancy Beanblossom, Conrad Frakes, Sarah Grey, Elizabeth Heon & Mary Stepelton each one dollar to be Raise out of my estate also to the heirs of my daughter Kester Brandenburg now deceased the sum of one dollar and I do make constitute and appoint Philip Frakes Executor of the my Last will and testament Ratifying and confirming This and no other to be my Last will and Testament Witness my hand and seal this twenty seventh day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty five.

            John [his X mark] Frakes senr

     

            Signed Sealed published pronounced and declared by the said John Frakes to be his Last will and Testament in presents of we who in the presents of Each other have hereunto set our names.

            Upton Boone / Simeon Kingsly / Fielden [his X mark] Atwell

    His will was probated 13 February 1847 [Harrison County, Indiana Will Books, Bk. B, pp. 322-23].

    Children of John5 Frakes Sr. and Elizabeth Unseld (see #17) were as follows:

    • 8 i. John4 Frakes Jr.

    •    ii. Catherine Frakes; born 1788 probably in Nelson County, Kentucky; married Thomas Vandiver 17 March 1805 in Hardin County, Kentucky; died 12 April 1865 in Perry County, Indiana.

    •    iii. Peter Frakes; born 1790? in Nelson County, Kentucky; married Nancy Van Winkle 26 May 1815 in Harrison County, Indiana [Jordan R. Dodd (ed), Indiana Marriages, Early to 1825 (np: Precision Indexing, nd)]; died after 1816 probably in Crawford County, Indiana.

    •    iv. Philip Frakes; born 1791? probably in Nelson County, Kentucky; married Mary Brandenburg 7 May 1825 in Meade County, Kentucky; died 30 December 1862 in Harrison County, Indiana.

      He appeared on the 1850 census in Harrison County, Indiana:

           Frakes, Philip     59 yrs     b. Kentucky     Farmer (value of real estate = $500)
                          Mary     wife     50 yrs     b. Kentucky
                          William     son     26 yrs     b. Indiana     Laborer
                          Sarah     dau     12 yrs     b. Indiana
           Fults, Mary E. (f)     10 yrs     b. Indiana
                       George (m)     9 yrs     b. Indiana

    •    v. Frederick Frakes; born 1792? probably in Nelson County, Kentucky; married Marilla Hudson(?) in 1840 in Meade County, Kentucky.

      He appeared on the 1850 census in Harrison County, Indiana:

           Frakes, Frederick     59 yrs     b. Kentucky     Farmer
           [No one else in household]

    •    vi. Nancy Frakes; married; born 1794? probably in Nelson County, Kentucky; married Peter Kishline 4 October 1813 in Harrison County, Indiana [Jordan R. Dodd (ed), Indiana Marriages, Early to 1825 (np: Precision Indexing, nd)]; died after 1814 probably in Harrison County, Indiana.

    •    vii. Esther Frakes; born 1795? probably in Nelson County, Kentucky; married Absolom Brandenburg 11 August 1815 in Harrison County, Indiana (with the written consent of her father, John Frakes, then living in Hardin County, Kentucky) [Beanblossom, Marriage Affidavits and Certificates, Harrison County, Indiana]; died before 1845 probably in Harrison County, Indiana. Her name sometimes appears as "Hester" or "Kester."

    •    viii. Conrad Frakes; born 1800-1801 probably in Nelson County, Kentucky; married 1st Rachel Fowler (date unknown) probably in Harrison County, Indiana; married 2nd Elizabeth Fowler (date unknown) probably in Meade County, Kentucky.

      He appeared on the 1850 census in Harrison County, Indiana:

           Frakes, Conrad     49 yrs     b. uknown     Farmer (value of real estate = $400)     (cannot read or write)
                          Elisabeth     wife     35 yrs     b. Indiana
                          Delana     dau     10 yrs     b. Indiana
                          Philip     son     8 yrs     b. Indiana
           Fowler, James     (brother-in-law?)     18 yrs     b. Indiana     Laborer
                          Margaret (f)     16 yrs     b. Indiana
                          John (m)     9 yrs     b. Indiana
                          Rachael (f)     6 yrs     b. Indiana

    •    ix. Sarah Frakes; born 1800-1802 probably in Nelson County, Kentucky; married Ellis Gray 10 June 1823 in Harrison County, Indiana [Jordan R. Dodd (ed), Indiana Marriages, Early to 1825 (np: Precision Indexing, nd)]; died after 1824.

    •    x. Elizabeth Frakes; born 1806 probably in Nelson County, Kentucky; married 1st Philip P. Mauk 7 May 1826 in Harrison County, Indiana; married 2nd —(?)— Heron 1840 probably in Harrison County, Kentucky; died after 1841 probably in Knox County, Illinois.

      She appeared on the 1840 census in Harrison County, Indiana:

           Mauck, Elizabeth          (agriculture - 2)
                Males: 20 - 30 -1          Females: under 5 - 1
                                                                             20 - 30 - 1
                                                                             60 - 70 - 1

    •    xi. Mary Frakes; born 1810? probably in Hardin County, Kentucky; married Thomas Steepleton 10 November 1830 in Harrison County, Indiana; died after 1831 probably in Mercer County, Illinois.






    17. Elizabeth5 Unseld. Born October 1760 probably in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Married John Frakes Sr., c1784 Lancaster County(?), Pennsylvania (apparently his 2nd wife). Died 12 December 1847 in Harrison County, Indiana. Buried in Crossroads Cemetery, Harrison County, Indiana. [personal knowledge]

    I suspect Elizabeth may be a neice of (but apparently not the daughter of) Georg Friedrich Unseldt of Frederick County, Maryland — but I cannot yet prove it one way or the other. . . .






    18. Jonathan5 Dodson. Born 4 April 1772 (in Pennsylvania?). Married Mary B. Ashcraft (see #19), daughter of Richard Ashcraft and Elizabeth Carr, 26 April 1791 in Frederick County, Virginia (her father gave his written consent). (. . . Or were they actually married in Fayette County, Pennsylvania — which seems more likely to me?) Died 1 April 1830 in Indiana (but may not have been Perry County). [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 506-7.]

    His name is sometimes given as "John James." He is supposed to have been a Revolutionary veteran, having served in the Pennsylvania militia c1780 as an Indiana scout & spy — but I haven't seen documentation of this.

    He appeared on the 1830 census of Oil Township, Perry County, Indiana:

         Dodson, John, Jr.
              Males: 5 - 10 - 1                    Females: 20 - 30 - 1
                           50 - 60 - 1                                     50 - 60 - 1

    Children of Jonathan5 Dodson and Mary B. Ashcraft (see #19), all born in Kentucky, were as follows:

    • 9 i. Elizabeth4 Dodson.

    •    ii. Sarah Dodson; born 21 September 1793 Nelson County(?), Kentucky; married Jesse B. Shacklett, son of John Shacklett Jr. and Barbara Quick, 16 June 1811 in Harrison County, Indiana; died possibly in 1837, possibly in Meade County, Kentucky [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 508; Jordan R. Dodd (ed), Indiana Marriages, Early to 1825 (np: Precision Indexing, nd)].

    •    iii. Jane Dodson; born 16 February 1796 Nelson County(?), Kentucky; married James Howe, 16 December 1813 Harrison County, Indiana; died 27 August 1873 Perry County, Indiana; buried in Middle Fork Baptist Church Cemetery, Branchville, Perry County, Indiana [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 508; Jordan R. Dodd (ed), Indiana Marriages, Early to 1825 (np: Precision Indexing, nd)].

    •    iv. Rhoda Dodson; born 13 December 1797 Nelson County(?), Kentucky; married 1st Isaac Kellams; married 2nd John Carr Jr., son of Absolom Carr and Ruth White, 3 February 1816 Elizabethtown, Hardin County, Kentucky (they had 6 children); died after 1880 Perry County, Indiana; buried in Kellems Cemetery, Clark Township, Perry County, Indiana [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 508; Leaves of Time Web Site, 3 May 2001].

    •    v. Abisha Dodson; born 4 April 1800 Hardin County, Kentucky; married Mary Eunice Walker, 23 July 1822 perry County, Indiana; died after 1870 Mercer County, Illinois [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 508; Jordan R. Dodd (ed), Indiana Marriages, Early to 1825 (np: Precision Indexing, nd)].

      He appeared on the 1830 census of Oil Township, Perry County, Indiana (as a next-door neighbor of John Frakes Jr.):

           Dodson, Abisha
                Males: 30 - 40 - 1          Females: under 5 - 2
                                                                                5 - 10 - 2
                                                                              20 - 30 - 1

    •    vi. Jonathan Dodson Jr; born 23 November 1802 Wayne County, Kentucky; married Rebecca West, 29 January 1825 Perry County, Indiana; died 1 December 1850 Perry County, Indiana; buried in Kellems Cemetery, Clark Township, Perry County, Indiana [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 508].

      He appeared on the 1840 census in Perry County, Indiana:

           Dotson, Jonathan          (agriculture - 2)
                Males: 5 - 10 - 1          Females: 5 - 10 - 2
                           10 - 15 - 1                          30 - 40 - 1
                           30 - 40 - 1

      He appeared on the 1850 census in Clark Township, Perry County, Indiana:

           Dodson, Jonathan     48 yrs     b. Kentucky     Farmer (real estate = $225);
                             Rebecca     46 yrs     b. Kentucky
                             John     18 yrs     b. Indiana     Farmer (real estate = $200)
                             Harriet     15 yrs     b. Indiana

    •    vii. John Dodson; born 6 March 1805 Wayne County, Kentucky; married Elizabeth Stapleton, daughter of John Stapleton and Mary Claycomb, 23 July 1829 Perry County, Indiana; died 19 January 1856 Davis County, Iowa; buried in Bethlehem Cemetery, Davis County, Iowa [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 508].

      He appeared on the 1830 census in Clark Township, Perry County, Indiana:

           Dodson, John, Jr
                Males: 20 - 30 - 1          Females: 15 - 20 - 1

    •    viii. Mary Dodson; born 16 April 1807 Wayne County, Kentucky; married Daniel Hammack, 2 September 1824 Perry County, Indiana [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 508; Jordan R. Dodd (ed), Indiana Marriages, Early to 1825 (np: Precision Indexing, nd)].

    •    ix. Jane Delilah Dodson; born 29 January 1812 Kentucky(?); married William Lynch, 20 December 1827 Perry County, Indiana; died 11 October Davis County, Iowa; buried in Bethlehem Cemetery, Davis County, Iowa [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 508].

    • x. Rachel Dodson; born 8 April 1809 Perry County(?), Indiana.






    19. Mary B.5 Ashcraft (Richard, #38). Born 22 August 1771 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. Married Jonathan Dodson, 26 April 1791 apparently in Frederick County, Virginia. Died 1857 Perry County(?), Indiana. Buried in Middle Fork Baptist Church Cemetery, Branchville, Perry County, Indiana. [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 506-7]

            Who was Mary living with as a widow in the 1850 census. . . ?




    20. James5 Lanman (George, #40). Born 1752 in Fairfax County, Virginia. Married Sytha Blake Summers (see #21) c1776 Caswell County, North Carolina [H.N. Weedman, Flat Rock, North Carolina, email, 12 August 1997, summarizing his research]. Died 4 March 1841 in Perry County, Indiana. Buried in Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Perry County, Indiana. [Indiana Chap., D.A.R., Roster of Soldiers and Patriots of the American Revolution Buried in Indiana, vol. 2, p. 26]

    In the earlier Virginia records, the name is always spelled Landman.

    He lived between 1777 and c1798 in Caswell County, North Carolina.

    James may have served in the colonial militia before July 1776, but his pension affidavit (filed in Schuyler County, Illinois, 3 September 1832), states that he enlisted in the army at Charleston, South Carolina, in July 1776 as Orderly Sergeant in the 1st Regiment of Rifles, South Carolina Line. He served 1 year under Capt. John Hampton, Lieut. Presly Hampton, Ensign Mark Jackson, Col. "Yougher," Gen. Williams, and Maj. William henderson, during which time he marched to the Cherokee Nation in the Fall of 1776 and fought near "Valley Town" at the mouth of Silver Creek, near the Tennessee River. He marched from there to a fort on a tributary of the Savannah River, then to Charleston, then to "Sunberg," Georgia, then back to Charleston, where he was discharged.

    He appeared on the tax list of 1777 in Caswell County, North Carolina, and apparently remained there until c1798.

    James enlisted again for 2 years as Orderly Sergeant, 3 March 1781, near Hillsborough, North Carolina, under Capt. Tillman Dickson of the horse troops. He was attached to a troop of horse under Capt. William Butler, Lieut. Grigsby, and Ensign David Hart in the 1st Regiment of Horse, commanded by Col. William Henderson under Gen Nathanael Greene. He fought at Guilford Courthorse; then marched to South Carolina and fought at Eutaw Springs, where he was wounded in the thigh "and Genl. Henderson was also wounded, and both were taken to a Widow Nelson's on Santee River." He remained there until recovered and was then discharged about 2 months before his term of service would have expired. He said he later sent his discharge papers to a deputy paymaster at Halifax, North Carolina, named Abraham Tatem . . . who kept them.

    He took part in the sale of an estate 8 December 1784, witnessed a bill of sale 10 May 1792, and received several voucher payment in July 1797 — all of this in Caswell County.

    He lived in Washington County, Kentucky, 1798-1806 and in Breckinridge County, Kentucky (near his Smith stepbrothers) 1806-1815 [H.N. Weedman, email, 12 August 1997].

    James moved on to Perry County, Indiana c1815 and appeared on the tax lists there in the summer of that year. He appears on the voters lists in August 1818 and was one of 15 voters in the Justice of the Peace election in Clark Township, Perry County, 27 November 1819 [Thomas James De la Hunt, Perry County: A History (Indianapolis: W.K. Stewart Co, 1916), p. 39]. He also served as one of three county commissioners between 1815 and 1819 [De la Hunt, Perry County: A History, p. 20].

    He appeared on the 1820 census in Perry County, Indiana:

         Lanman, James     (agriculture - 1)
              Males: 16 - 25 - 1          Females: under 10 - 1
                         over 44 - 1                                    16-25 - 1
                                                                             over 44 - 1

    He appeared on the voters list in August 1820 in Anderson Township, Perry County [History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana, p. 593].

    He moved his family to Schuyler County, Illinois, shortly before 1830. One source he was "probably from New York, New Holland area, . . . formerly lived in Charleston, South Carolina, at time of signing of Declaration of Independence, . . . settled in Perry County, Indiana; also in Spencer County, Indiana" [Sumner Footprints (no date), LDS film no. 1036154, item 6]. No sources are cited for the New York claim.

    He appeared on the 1830 census in Morgan County, Illnois:

         Landman, James
              Males: 70 - 80 - 1          Females: 60 - 70 - 1

    James applied for and was granted a Revolutionary War pension of $28.50 per year, as of March 1834 (Certificate no. S31812), which was paid to 4 March 1841. The agent was "notified 30 September 1841" [of his death]. The Pension file includes a tablulated service statement, dated 29 April 1832, for Samuel Lanman. However, the commanding officers' names, the units, and the actions engaged in are exactly as described in the testimony of James Lanman, so this was probably a clerical error.

    He received an additional pension 5 December 1838 back in Perry County, Indiana. The affidavit says he served in the company commanded by Capt. Hart, Capt. Dixon, and Capt. Francis Prince, in Col. "Hentry" Dixon's Regiment. He was first granted a pension in Illinois, "from whence he has lately removed" because his wife died and he was "left without family or family connexions; his children & grandchildren live in Indiana."

    Known children of James5 Lanman and Sytha Blake Summers (see #21) were as follows:

    •      i. Elizabeth4 Lanman; jacob van Lenoir Township, Caswell County, North Carolina; married John Ephraim Cummin(g)s, son of Peter Cummin(g)s, 18 December 1799 Washington County, Kentucky; died 1865 Wapello County, Iowa; buried in Lanman Cemetery, North Eldon, Wapello County, Iowa [Indiana Chap., D.A.R., Roster of Soldiers and Patriots of the American Revolution Buried in Indiana, vol. 2, p. 26; Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy; Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 69].

      John and Elizabeth lived c1805 at Shot Pouch Creek, near Sample, Breckinridge County, Kentucky. They migrated c1815 to St. Meinrad, Perry County, Indiana, then moved on to Wapello County, Iowa, c1842 [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy].

    •      ii. Sarah Lanman; born 1779-1780 Lenoir Township, Caswell County, North Carolina; married Uriah Cummings, son of Thomas Cummings and Sarah —(?)—, 1 September 1801 Washington County, Kentucky; died 20 November 1832 Perry County, Indiana; buried in North Derby, Perry County, Indiana [Indiana Chap., D.A.R., Roster of Soldiers and Patriots of the American Revolution Buried in Indiana, vol. 2, p. 26; (Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy].

      They moved to Cummings Bottom, Perry County, Indiana, c1809.

    •      iii. John Lanman; born 30 May 1783 Lenoir Township, Caswell County, North Carolina; married Martha Thrasher, daughter of Thomas Thrasher, 3 March 1808 Knox County, Indiana [Jordan R. Dodd (ed), Indiana Marriages, Early to 1825 (np: Precision Indexing, nd)]; died 9 march 1874 Leopold Township, Perry County, Indiana [Indiana Chap., D.A.R., Roster of Soldiers and Patriots of the American Revolution Buried in Indiana, vol. 2, p. 26; Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy].

      They migrated to Perry County, Indiana, in 1815? [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy]

      He appeared on the 1820 census in Perry County, Indiana:

           Lanman, John          (agriculture - 1)
                Males: under 10 - 3          Females: under 10 - 1
                                  10 - 15 - 1                                 10 - 15 - 1
                                  26 - 44 - 1                                 16 - 25 - 1
                                                                                     26 - 44 - 1

      He appeared on the 1830 census in Oil Township, Perry County, Indiana:

           Lanman, John, Jr.
                Males: under 5 - 1          Females: under 5 - 1
                                10 - 15 - 2                                 5 - 10 - 2
                                20 - 30 - 1                               10 - 15 - 1
                                40 - 50 - 1                               40 - 50 - 1

      He appeared on the 1840 census in Perry County, Indiana:

           Lanman, John, Jun.          (agriculture - 3)
                Males: 5 - 10 - 2          Females: 5 - 10 - 1
                           10 - 15 - 2                          15 - 20 - 2
                           50 - 60 - 1                          50 - 60 - 1

    • 10 iv. George Lanman.

    •      v. James Lanman; born 1797 Caswell County, North Carolina; married 1st Elizabeth Yarbro (Jarboe?), 27 October 1818 Perry County, Indiana; married 2nd Dolly McCullum, 18 October 1845 Wapello County, Iowa; married 3rd Nancy Masterson, 9 April 1849 Wapello County, Iowa (her 2nd husband; that had at least 4 children); died after 1860 in Texas (may have been killed by Indiana, together with some of his family) [Indiana Chap., D.A.R., Roster of Soldiers and Patriots of the American Revolution Buried in Indiana, vol. 2, p. 26; Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy; Leistner, Marriages of Perry County, Indiana, 1814-1852].

      James moved his family to a location near Springfield, Illinois, c1832. They migrated to Jefferson County, Iowa, in 1836, then to Wapello County, Iowa, in 1845, and then to Jack County, Texas, before 1860 [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy].

    •      vi. Sophia Lanman; born 1787-1789 Caswell County, North Carolina; married William Cummings, son of thomas Cummings and Sarah —(?)—; died 1872 Monroe County, Iowa [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy.].






    21. Sytha Blake5 Summers (or Somers). Born before 1758? North Carolina? Married James Lanman (see #20), son of George Lanman and Elizabeth —(?)—, c1776 Caswell County, North Carolina [H. N. Weedman, email, 12 August 1997]. Died 1838? Schuyler County, Illinois.






    22. Alexander5 Van Winkle (Jacob, #44). Born 1765-69 probably in New Jersey (but Wayne County, Pennsylvania also has been claimed) [ Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001; Daniel Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family; Account of Its Origin and Settlement in This Country, with Data, 1630-1913. (Jersey City, NJ: Datz Press, 1913), p. 68; Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, Supplement 3 (1998), p. 9]. The 1769 date is based on age of first tithable charge, Nelson County, Kentucky ["Roster of First Kentucky Ancestors," Kentucky Ancestors 24 (Summer 1988): 40]. Married Phoebe Coy (see #23) 12 April 1791 Nelson County, Kentucky [Stancliff, Marriage Bonds of Nelson County, Kentucky, 1785-1832]. Died c1825 Perry County, Indiana ["Roster of First Kentucky Ancestors", p. 40; Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 68; Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].

    According to Daniel Van Winkle's A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family (1913), "tradition states that the father's name of the following [i.e., Alexander's] family was Abraham Van Winkle, who came from Maryland to Kentucky" — but this is now known to be incorrect.

    Alexander also is reported to have been christened c1765 in the Dutch Reford Church in Orange County, New York, but I haven't found proof of this yet.

    He appeared on the 1788 tax list in Nelson County, Kentucky, Capt. Samuels & Capt. Bealer's Companies [all the following are from Schroeder, 1785-1791 Residents of Nelson County . . . Kentucky and from Nelson County, Kentucky Taxpayers, 1793-1799]:
         Vanwickel, Allexander: 0 tithables.

    14 July 1789 tax list, Capt. Bealor's Company:
         Van Winkel, Allixandress: 0 tithables.

    15 July 1791 tax list, taken by Atkinson Hill:
         Van Wincle, Alexander: 1 tithable.

    October 1792 tax list, James McMahon's District:
         Van Winkle, Alexander: 1 white male 21+, 2 horses, 6 cattle.

    11 April 1794 tax list, Austin Hubbard's District:
         Vanwinkle, Alexd.: 1 white male 21+, 4 horses, 9 cattle.

    1795 tax list, Anthony Foster's District:
         Van Winkle, Alex.: 1 white male 21+, 5 horses, 13 cattle, 100 A. on Beech Fork.

    1796, 1797, & 1799 tax list:
         [appeared, but with no details].

    Alexander made his first land entry in Tobin Township, Perry County, Indiana, in 1815 [History of Warrick, Spencer and Perry Counties, Indiana, p. 589; De la Hunt, Perry County: A History, p. 18].

    He appered on the 1820 census in Perry County, Indiana:

         Vanwinkle, Alexander          (agriculture - 3)
              Males: under 10 - 1               Females: 10 - 16 - 2
                                10 - 15 - 1                                over 45 - 1
                                16 - 25 - 1 [i.e., over 18]
                              over 45 - 1

         NOTE: Alexander and Uriah Cummings were next-door neighbors in the 1820 census.

    Children of Alexander5 Van Winkle and Phoebe Coy (see #23) were as follows:

    •      i. James4 Van Winkle; born 1792 Nelson County, Kentucky; married 1st Elizabeth Deavers, 20 June 1813 Hardin County, Kentucky; married 2nd Matilda Hinton, 21 January 1823 Perry County, Indiana; died 22 January 1875 Wapello County, Iowa [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 69; Jordan R. Dodd (ed), Indiana Marriages, Early to 1825 (np: Precision Indexing, nd)].

      He appeared on the 1820 census in Perry County, Indiana:

           Vanwinkle, James          (agriculture - 1)
                Males: under 10 - 3          Females: 16 - 25 - 1
                                  16 - 25 - 1

      He appeared on the 1840 census in Clark Township, Perry County, Indiana:

           Vanwinkle, James
                Males: under 5 - 2          Females: under 5 - 2
                                  5 - 10 - 2                               30 - 40 - 1
                                10 - 15 - 2
                                30 - 40 - 1

           He and his brother, Isaac, were next-door neighbors in the 1840 census.

      He appeared on the 1850 census in District 13, Wapello County, Iowa:

           Vanwinkle, James     60 yrs     Farmer (real estate = $1,600)     b. Kentucky
                                 Matilda     50 yrs     b. Kentucky
                                 Abraham     19 yrs     b. Indiana
                                 Elizabeth     16 yrs     b. Indiana
                                 James     14 yrs     b. Indiana
                                 Nancy     12 yrs     b. Indiana
                                 Lucy     10 yrs     b. Indiana
                                 Sarah     4 yrs     b. Indiana

    •      ii. Margaret Van Winkle; born 1793 Nelson County, Kentucky; married Samuel Harding, son of James Harding & Margaret Wells, 7 July 1810 Nelson County, Kentucky; died February 1864 Perry County, Indiana; buried in Harding Cemetery, Perry County, Indiana [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 69; "Roster of First Kentucky Ancestors", p. 40].

    •      iii. Isaac Van Winkle; born 1794-96 Nelson County, Kentucky; married Sarah Jane Cummins (or Cummings), daughter of John Ephraim Cummins & Elizabeth Lanman, 20 February 1819 Perry County, Indiana (had 10 children); died 22 January 1846 Rowe, Perry County, Indiana (some sources say September 1847, but I have seen no good evidence for this date); buried Lanman Cemetery, Perry County, Indiana [Van Winkle & Lanman, The Lanman Genealogy; Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 69; Jordan R. Dodd (ed), Indiana Marriages, Early to 1825 (np: Precision Indexing, nd)].

      He appeared on the 1820 census in Perry County, Indiana:

           Vanwinkle, Isaac          (agriculture - 1)
                Males: under 10 - 1          Females: under 10 - 3
                                  16 - 25 - 1                                 16 - 25 - 1

      He appeared on the 1840 census in Clark Township, Perry County, Indiana:

           Vanwinkle, Isaac
                Males: under 5 - 2          Females: 30 - 40 - 1
                                  5 - 10 - 1
                                  10 - 15 - 1
                                  30 - 40 - 1

    •      iv. Abraham Van Winkle; b. 1898-1802 Nelson County, Kentucky; married Pamelia White 24 October 1821 Perry County, Indiana; died 1820-30? Perry County, Indiana [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 69; Dodd, Indiana Marriages, Early to 1825].

    • 11 v. Mary Van Winkle.

    •      vi. Alexander Van Winkle Jr.; born 23 August 1804 Bardstown(?), Nelson County, Kentucky; married Phoebe Miller, daughter of Nicholas Miller & Mary Connor, 28 January 1824 Perry County, Indiana; died 1 April 1882 Perry County(?), Indiana; buried Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Bristow, Perry County, Indiana [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 69; Dodd, Indiana Marriages, Early to 1825].

      He appeared in the 1850 census in Clark Township, Perry County, Indiana:

           Van Winkle, Alexander     45 yrs     Farmer (real estate = $1,000)     b. Kentucky
                                  Phebe     46 yrs     b. Indiana
                                  Elizabeth     19 yrs     b. Indiana
                                  Isaac     17 yrs     b. Indiana
                                  James     15 yrs     b. Indiana
                                  Sally     12 yrs     b. Indiana
                                  Nicholas     10 yrs     b. Indiana
                                  Emeline     6 yrs     b. Indiana
                                  William T.(?)     4 yrs     b. Indiana
                                  Martha E.     1 yr     b. Indiana

    •      vii. Dolly Van Winkle; born c1806 Nelson County, Kentucky; unmarried; apparently died young [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 69].

    •      viii. Rebecca Van Winkle; born 1806 Hardinsburg, Nelson County, Kentucky; married David May 16 June 1825 Perry County, Indiana [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 69; Dodd, Indiana Marriages, Early to 1825].

    •      ix. Simeon Van Winkle; born 1810? Nelson County, Kentucky; married Malinda Hinton (whose name sometimes appears as Berlinda), 20 June 1828 (ceremony perfomed by T. Sandage) [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 69].

      He appeared on the 1850 census in Pigeon Township, Warrick County, Indiana:

           Vanwinkle, Simon     40 yrs     Farmer (real estate = $100)     b. Kentucky
                                 Melinda     40 yrs     b. Indiana
                                 Ezekiel     22 yrs     b. Indiana
                                 Phebe     20 yrs     b. Indiana
                                 Alexander     17 yrs     b. Indiana
                                 Mitilda     15 yrs     b. Indiana
                                 Dorcas     12 yrs     b. Indiana
                                 Isaac     11 yrs     b. Indiana
                                 Lewis     9 yrs     b. Indiana
                                 Polly Ann     5 yrs     b. Indiana
                                 Daniel     10/12 yr     b. Indiana

    •      x. William Van Winkle; born 1815 Nelson County, Kentucky. [This kid appears only in Ancestral File and may or may not be valid. . . .]

    • .






    23. Phoebe5 Coy. Born 1766-1772, possibly in Maryland ["Roster of First Kentucky Ancestors", p. 40]. Married Alexander Van Winkle (see #22), son of Jacob Van Winkle and Dorothy Thomas, 12 April 1791 Nelson County, Kentucky [Stancliff, Marriage Bonds of Nelson County, Kentucky, 1785-1832]. Died after 1826 Perry County, Indiana [De la Hunt, Perry County: A History, p. 56].

    Phoebe may be the daughter of John Coy, but I haven't been able to prove this one way or the other. According to the marriage bond, her father is "John Coy," — but which one? John, father of Jerusha (who married Alexander's brother, Abraham), already has another daughter named "Phoebe," who married someone else. [Stancliff, Marriage Bonds of Nelson County, Kentucky, 1785-1832, p. 134-35]. Note that Van Winkles also married Coys after 1804 in Hardin County, Kentucky.

    Phoebe also was listed as a property owner in the town of Rome, Perry County, Indiana — implying that she was a widow [De la Hunt, Perry County: A History, p. 56].






    30. Charles5 Roberts Jr (Charles, #60). Born c1763 Virginia. Married Fanny Langston (see #31), 12 January 1782 Virginia. Died 1812-1813. [Tevault research notes]

    Known children of Charles5 Roberts Jr and Fanny Langston (see #31) were:






    31. Fanny5 Langston. Born 1764? in Virginia. Married Charles Roberts Jr (see #30), son of Charles Roberts Sr, 12 January 1782 in Virginia. Died c1850. [Tevault research notes]






    Generation Six

    36. Jonathan6 Dodson. Born before 1746. Married Sarah Jenkins (see #37), daughter of John Jenkins and Elizabeth Phillips.

    Children of Jonathan6 Dodson and Sarah Jenkins (see #37) were:






    37. Sarah6 Jenkins (John, #74). Born before 1750 Loudoun County(?), Virginia. Married Jonathan Dodson (see #36).






    38. Richard6 Ashcraft (Daniel, #76). Born c1740 in Pennsylvania. Married Elizabeth Carr (see #39), daughter of John Carr Jr and Elizabeth Cross(?), 16 October 1766 Fayette County, Pennsylvania. Died February 1792 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 505; Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001.] He froze to death after his horse fell through through the ice into a creek near his home near Chambers Mill (Amwell Township, in south-central Washington County, between Ten-Mile Creek & West Ten-Mile Creek). He was returning from Chambers Mill, probably on a trading expedition. Buried at an unknown location in Georges Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania.

    He was a bitter enemy of all Indians, probably because of all his brothers and other relatives who had been killed in Indian raids.

    Richard also had quite a varied military career: He took part in the French & Indian Wars between the Ohio River and the Great Lakes in 1764, under Col. Bradstreet and Col. Bouquet [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 32]. He and his brother-in-law, Capt. Thomas B. Carr, both saw service in 1776-77 as "Indian scouts and spies" in and around Fayette County, Pennsylvania [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 32-33]. He worked as an Indian scout again in 1778, as did several other Ashcrafts, especially along the Monogahela River. A document exists in the Pennsylvania State Archives, wherein Richard Ashcraft & Thomas Carr report in detail on the movements of the Indians allied with the British. Both were members of Capt. Basil Bowell's Company and they apparently operated from Ashcraft's Fort, built by Ichabod Ashcraft [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 33; DAR Library Unpublished Records, Fayette County, vol. 1 (1940)].

    The first document filed under Richard's own name was the sale of his interest in the family place in 1767 — 340 acres on the Monongahela, opposite the mouth of Ten-Mile Creek, for £20 Virginia money

    He sold 330 acres on the Monongalia, opposite the mouth of Ten Mile Creek, to George & William Teagarden, 2 May 1767 at Redstone Creek, Monongalia County, Virginia (now West Virginia) [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 506]. In 1778 Richard was living at George's Creek, near Geneva, Pennsylvania [Franklin Ellis, History of Fayette County, Pennsylvania, with Biographical Sketches of Many of Its Pioneers and Prominent Men (Philadelphia: L.H. Everts & Co, 1882), p. 655]. On 1 May 1781, he was entitled to 400 acres "at the Glades," in Monongalia County, Virginia, to include the settlement made by Richard Powell in 1775. This was near the present site of Reedsville, Preston County, West Virginia [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 506]. He migrated to Monongalia County, Virginia [now West Virginia], before 1782 [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 453].

    Richard appeared on the 1773 tax list in Springhill Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, (later Fayette County) [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 506]. He migrated to Monongahela County, Virginia (now West Virginia), in 1775. He appeared on the 1782 tax list in Monongalia County with 7 children [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 506]. Then, on all the tax lists between 1786 and 1793, he was back in Georges Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 507]. (Note that during the Revolutionary period, Fayette County was still part of Westmoreland County; Fayette was not separated until 1788.)

    He appeared on the tax list of 1788 in Georges Township with 100 acres, 4 horses, & 4 cows. He appeared on the 1791 tax list in Georges Township with 150 acres, 5 horses, & 2 cows [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 507].

    In February 1792, after Richard's death, Elizabeth packed up her family and followed some of her Carr relatives to Nelson County, Kentucky (that part which later became Meade County) and then on to Hardin County.

    Early tradition in the Ashcraft/Shacklett family says that Elizabeth Carr was considered "not so young" at marriage (i.e., probably over 20 years old) but that Richard was "considerably older."

    Children of Richard6 Ashcraft and Elizabeth Carr (see #39) were as follows:

    • 19 i. Mary B.5 Ashcraft.

    •      ii. Elizabeth Ashcraft; born 2 August 1773 Fayette County, Pennsylvania; married Benjamin Shacklett, son of John Shacklett Jr. and Barbara Quick, 8 October 1792 Fayette County, Pennsylvania; died 27 March 1839 Meade County, Kentucky [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 506].

    •      iii. Delilah Ashcraft; born 1778 Fayette County, Pennsylvania; married 1st James J. Ross, 26 March 1799 Shelby County, Kentucky [Shelby County, Kentucky Marriage Records]; married 2nd Benjamin Stillwell after 1800; died before 1846 at Corydon, Harrison County, Kentucky [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 506].

    •      iv. Abisha B. Ashcraft; born 1780 Fayette County, Pennsylvania; married Hannah Denton 6 November 1800 Hardin County, Kentucky [Hardin County, Kentucky Marriage Records]; died 1839 probably in Harrison County, Indiana [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 506]. He sometimes appears (incorrectly) as "Abijah."

      In his prime, Abisha was considered physically the most powerful man in Meade County, Kentucky, or any of the surrounding counties, and was a noted barehanded fighter [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 499-500]. He appears as a 6-month private on the roll of Capt. Edward Rawlings's Company of Infantry, Col. Nicoholas Miller's & Col. Benjamin Wright's Regiment, Kentucky Militia [Kentucky Soldiers of the War of 1812, p. 219].

    •      v. Abner Ashcraft; born 1782 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania; married 1st Ruth Carr, daughter of Absolom Carr and Ruth White, 8 June 1826 probably in Hardin County, Kentucky [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 506; Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001]; apparently married 2nd Malinda Ross (date unknown).

    •      vi. Elijah B. Ashcraft; born 7 October 1784 near Chambers Mill, Fayette County, Pennsylvania; married Elizabeth McWilliams, daughter of James McWilliams and Martha Jamison, 12 January 1810 Hardin County, Kentucky; died 10 January 1829 (of "quinsey") in Hardin County, Kentucky; buried in Hill Grove Cemetery, Meade County, Kentucky [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 501, 506].

    •      vii. Elisha Ashcraft; born 1786 Fayette County, Pennsylvania; married Rebecca Bowman, daughter of Thomas Bowman, 8 September 1816 Bullit County, Kentucky; migrated to Perry County, Indiana, in 1829; died c1839 in Orange County, Indiana [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 506].

      He appeared on the 1830 census in Union Township, Perry County, Indiana:

           Ashcraft, Elisha
                Males: under 5 - 2          Females: under 5 - 1
                                  5 - 10 - 1                                 5 - 10 - 1
                                40 - 50 - 1                               10 - 15 - 1
                                                                                 15 - 20 - 1
                                                                                 30 - 40 - 1

    •      viii. Rachel Ashcraft; born 12 April 1789 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania; married Blancet Shacklett, son of John Shacklett Jr. and Barbara Quick, 6 June 1807 Hardin County, Kentucky; died 29 December 1861 in Meade County, Kentucky; buried in Hill Grove Cemetery, Meade County, Kentucky. She was described as possessing great force of character and a strong determination [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 500, 506].

    •      ix. Absolom Ashcraft; born 1791 Fayette County, Pennsylvania; married 1st Delilah Allen, daughter of Benjamin Allen, 6 August 1818 Meade County, Kentucky; married 2nd Harriet Wimp after 1819 Meade County, Kentucky; died 1841 Meade County, Kentucky [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 506].






    39. Elizabeth6 Carr (John, #78). Born c1748 Fayette County, Pennsylvania (or Frederick County, Maryland?). Married Richard Ashcraft (see #38), son of Daniel Ashcraft and Elizabeth Lewis (?), 16 October 1766 Fayette County, Pennsylvania. Died 15 September 1846 in Meade County, Kentucky. Buried in Hill Grove Cemetery, Meade County, Kentucky. [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 506; Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001.]

    She was one of the earliest members of the Mt. Moriah congregation [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 39].

    She appeared on the 1793 tax list (as a widow) in Georges Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, with 50 acres, 1 horse, & 1 cow [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 507].

    After she moved her family to Kentucky, a petition to the Hardin County Court, c1795, for a road from the Ohio River via "Flippins Run" to Elizabethtown bears signatures of Abner & Abisha Ashcraft (Richard & Elizabeth's sons), as well as that of Thomas Lincoln, father of Abraham Lincoln (who was born near Hodgenville, in then Hardin County) [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 34].

    The Kentucky "Census" of 1800 [i.e., the reconstructed tax lists], which is the first to list Hardin County as a separate entity, includes Elizabeth Ashcraft, Daniel Ashcraft, Ann Ashcraft, John Carr, John Carr Jr., Thomas Carr, Bejamin Shacklett, Isaac Friend, & Jesse Friend. I haven't found Elizabeth in the censuses for 1810-1840. Was she living with her children?






    40. George6 Lanman (William Landman, #80). Born before 1730? Richmond County, Virginia [H. N. Weedman, email, 12 August 1997]. Married Elizabeth —(?)— (see #41) before 1752 in Fairfax County, Virginia (he was apparently her 2nd husband).

    George was already living c1750 in Fairfax County, Virginia [H. N. Weedman, email, 12 August 1997]. On 11 February 1767, he appears in Fairfax County among 35 purchasers from the estate of George Johnston [Ruth Sparacio (comp), Will Abstracts of Fairfax County, Virginia (1767-1783): Will Books C & D (McLean, VA: The Author, 1986), p. 1].

    Known children of George6 Lanman and Elizabeth (see #41) were:






    41. Elizabeth6 —(?)—. Born before 1717? in Virginia(?). Married 1st James Smith 1735? in Virginia(?) . Married 2nd George Lanman (see #40), son of William Landman and Katherine —(?)—, before 1752 Fairfax County, Virginia [H. N. Weedman, email, 12 August 1997].






    44. James (Jacobus)6 Van Winkle (Alexander, #88). Baptized 1 May 1748 Gansegat Dutch Reformed Church, Fairfield, Essex County, New Jersey [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 76]. Married Dorothy Thomas (see #45), daughter of Aaron Thomas and Alice Chidester, c1765 Orange County, New York (her 1st husband) [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, Supplement 3 (1998), p. 9]. Died 17 November 1786 Nottingham Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, Supplement 3 (1998), p. 9; Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].

    Children of James6 Van Winkle and Dorothy Thomas (see #45) were as follows:

    • 22 i. Alexander5 Van Winkle.

    • ii. James Van Winkle; born 1781? New Jersey; married Margaret Coy, daughter of John Coy and Elizabeth Tucker, 1 August 1793 Nelson County, Kentucky [Stancliff, Marriage Bonds of Nelson County, Kentucky, 1785-1832; Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 68; Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].

      In 1793, he was listed as a private in John Caldwell's Battalion, Kentucky Mounted Volunteers (Kentucky militia). In 1811, he was a private in the 2d Regiment (Bartholomew's Regiment), Indiana Territorial Militia [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, Supplement 3 (1998), p. 9].

    •      iii. Moses Van Winkle; born 16 Feb 1771 New Jersey?; married 1st Elizabeth Taylor, 1785 Sullivan County, New York; married 2nd Martha Earle, 17 December 1818 Coshocton County, Ohio; died 22 February 1838 Fallsburg, Licking County, Ohio; buried in Fallsburg (his headstone says his age at death was "67 yrs 2 mons 6 days") [Van Winkle, Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 77 & Supplement 3 (1998), p. 9; Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].

      In 1797 & 1799, Moses apparently bought land in what was then Ohio County, Virginia, which he then sold in 1804. He then bought land in 1806 from the Zanesville land office in Muskingum County, Ohio [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, Supplement 3 (1998), p. 9].

    •      iv. Aaron Van Winkle; born 10 April 1769 Sullivan County, New York; supposedly, he was captured by Indians as a child.

      He appears in a list of "names of children baptised across the mountains": Aaron, born April 10, 1769 to Cobus [Jacobus] Van Winkelen and Duly [Dolly] Thomas [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, Supplement 3 (1998), p. 9].

    •      v. Joseph Van Winkle; born 27 March 1786 New Jersey? (or Pennsylvania?); married Nancy Anne Atherton, daughter of Benjamin Atherton, 8 April 1806 Nelson County, Kentucky; died 10 December 1859 Crawford County, Indiana; buried in Wiseman Cemetery, Alton, Crawford County, Indiana [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 69; Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].

      He appeared on the census of 1850 Ohio Twp, Crawford County, Indiana:

           Vanwinkle, Joseph     64 yrs     Farmer (real estate = $800)     b. Pennsylvania
                                 Nancy     64 yrs     b. Kentucky
                                 Sylvester     18 yrs     b. Crawford County

    •      vi. Abraham Van Winkle; born c1779 New Jersey; married Jerusha Coy, daughter of John Coy, 10 January 1804 in Hardin County, Kentucky (their marriage license included the consent of her father, John Coy, with Isaiah Horton as surety); died c1829 [Mary Josephine Jones (comp), Hardin County, Kentucky Marriages, 1793-1809 (Owensboro, KY: McDowell Publications, 1980), p. 25 (Bk A, pp. 4 & 17); Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 69; Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].

      In 1811, he was a private (along with his older brother, James) in the 2d Regiment (Bartholomew's Regiment), Indiana Territorial Militia [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, Supplement 3 (1998), p. 9].

      He appeared on the census of 1820 Crawford County, Indiana:

           Vanwinkle, Abraham     (commerce = 2)
                Males: under 10 - 2          Females: under 10 - 2
                                    10-16 - 1                                 10 - 16 - 2
                                    26-45 - 1                                 26 - 45 - 1
                                                                                   over 45 - 1

    • vii. Anna Van Winkle; born c1776 New Jersey; married Arthur Eberman, 17 September 1796 Nelson County, Kentucky [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 69; Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].

    • viii. Mary Van Winkle; born c1777 New Jersey; married Josiah Lee Jr, 1 April 1797 Nelson County, Kentucky [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 69; Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].






    45. Dorothy6 Thomas (Aaron, #90). Born c1748 Litchfield, Litchfield County, Connecticut [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, Supplement 3 (1998), p. 9]. Married 1st James (Jacobus) Van Winkle (see #44), son of Alexander Van Winkle and Antje Rosenkrans, c1765 Orange County, New York [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, Supplement 3 (1998), p. 9]. Married 2nd Benjamin Van Horn, c1786 Nottingham Township, Washington County, Pennsylvania. Married 3rd John Davis, 12 April 1791 Nelson County, Kentucky. Died after 1800 Nelson County, Kentucky [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, Supplement 3 (1998), p. 9; Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].

    Note: I'm still digging up the documentation and citations for all the events in the ancestry of Dorothy Thomas, which will be posted here as I find them. However, all these old Massachusetts and Connecticut lines are so well documented, and have been the subject of close scrutiny for so long, I shall go ahead and post the "received wisdom" for the benefit of my relatives. . . .






    60. Charles6 Roberts Sr. Born 1730? Virginia [Tevault research notes]. Died 1788 Virginia [Tevault research notes].

    Children of Charles6 Roberts Sr and an unknown spouse were:






    Generation Seven

    74. John7 Jenkins. Born 1716 Carmarthenshire, Wales. Married Elizabeth Phillips (see #75) 1732 Loudoun County, Virginia. Died between January and March 1795 Georges Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania [Fayette County, Pennsylvania Will Books, Bk. 1, p. 100].

    He wrote a will on 10 February 1793 Georges Twp, Fayette County, Pennsylvania: Dated 10 February 1793; probated 6 April 1795.
         Wits: Sarah (X) Davis, Margaret (X) Tothenour, Abner (X) Ashcraft, Robert (X) Richey.
         Execs: Philip Davis (son/law), Philip Jenkins (son).
         Beneficiaries: wife Elizabeth; son Philip; 5 daus — Margaret, Esther, Sarah, Mary, & Hannah; Elizabeth Davis, dau of my son-in-law Philip Davis; John Dotson (son-in-law).
         [Fayette County, Pennsylvania Will Books, Bk. 1, p. 100]

    Children of John7 Jenkins and Elizabeth Phillips (see #75) were as follows:

    • i. Esther6 Jenkins.

    • ii. Philip Jenkins.

    • iii. Margaret Jenkins.

    • iv. Mary Jenkins.

    • v. Hannah Jenkins.

    • 37 vi. Sarah Jenkins.






    75. Elizabeth7 Phillips. Born 1718 Wales. Married John Jenkins (see #74) 1732 Loudoun County, Virginia. Died 1780 Fayette County(?), Pennsylvania.






    76. Daniel7 Ashcraft (John, #152). Born 14 August 1698 in Stonington, Connecticut. [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 6, 8, 21-22.]. Married Elizabeth Lewis(?) (see #77), c1723. (Her name is "Lewis" only by family tradition, but it was certainly " Elizabeth.") Died c6 October 1755 near Town Creek, Berkeley County, Virginia [now West Virginia] (killed by Indians) [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 23].

    Daniel was apparently related in some way (by marriage?) to Col. Thomas Cresap.

    Daniel left Connecticut because of trouble with the law:

         From Johua Hempstead's Diary:

    Sunday, June 12, 1720. I was on Jry of inquest upon ye Indian which died last night of ye wound he rec'd of Daniel Ashcraft on Thursday last on his forehead with a stone.


    Fridey, Sept 10. Daniel Ashcraft brought in not guilty.

    Apparently, even though he was acquitted, Daniel felt the approbation of a community that relied on good relations with the Indians, and he left town, traveling first to New Jersey and then to Pennsylvania and Maryland.

    HISTORICAL NOTE: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, was formed in 1729. Cumberland County was formed from part of that in 1750. Bedford County was formed from part of that in 1771. Westmoreland County was formed in 1783 from the part of that which was west of the Youghiogheny River. (And some additional land east & northeast of the river was annexed in 1784.) There were settlers in the Fayette area as early as 1730, and in that early period settlers west of the Laurel Mountains considered themselves Virginians, as Virginia claimed that territory (a dispute later resolved in favor of Pennsylvania). Uniontown, Pennsylvania, seat of Fayette County, is only about 50 miles from Harrison County, West Virginia.

    Daniel sold 220 acres to William Allen for £200 on 10 May 1732, Wrightstown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He sold 120 acres to James Dean on 24 October 1737, again in Wrightstown. [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 22.]

    On 7 January 1738, in Bethlehem, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, Daniel witnessed the will of Mary Strawhan of Bethlehem (though he was still living in Bucks County) [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 22].

    He migrated to Sleepy Creek, Berkeley County, Virginia [now West Virginia], c1753 [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 22], and apparently took part in a land transaction (I don't yet have the details) in 1755 in Frederick County, Maryland [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 23].

    Children of Daniel7 Ashcraft and Elizabeth Lewis(?) (see #77) were as follows:

    •      i. Ephraim6 Ashcraft; born c1724; married Elizabeth —(?)—; died 1791 at Little Bingamon(?), Kentucky [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 24-25, 452].

      Ephraim and Felix claimed their father's Sleepy Creek property (in Berkeley County, Virginia) in 1766 as heirs of the widow Ashcraft; John and Ichabod both lived close by as well. He migrated to Monongalia County, Virginia, before 1782 [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 453].

    •      ii. Felix Ashcraft; born c1726; apparently unmarried; died before November 1770 [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 24-25, 27].

    •      iii. Jacob Ashcraft; born 18 February 1733 probably in Pennsylvania; married Mary Johnson, daughter of Peter Johnson and Mary —(?)—, c1750 (her 1st husband); died c1756 probably in Berkeley County, Virginia — killed by Indians (with his brother-in-law) while attempting to drive his cattle to safety; his brother, Daniel, was missing and was presumed also killed. [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 24-25, 28.]

    •      iv. Jediah Ashcraft; born c1735 probably in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and grew up in the Sleepy Creek area of Virginia; married Nancy Ann Friend, daughter of John Friend Jr. and Elizabeth Banner(?), c1766 Fayette County, Pennsylvania; died 1794 in Hardin County, Kentucky. Killed by Indians and probably buried nearby; the site is unknown, but was near Big Clifty Bridge, now in Grayson County, Kentucky [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 479]. He often appears in records as "Jedidiah."

      On 18 May 1775 (at Ft. Dunmire, Augusta County, Virginia), Jediah was appointed by the court (with Daniel Steel) to oversee the building of a road from Shuttes Creek to Devors Ferry on the Monongahela. He was also appointed a constable. [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 29, 478.]

      In December 1775, in Harrodsburg, Kentucky, he signed the petition opposing the formation of Transylvania [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 478].

      In 1776, he was living at Boonesborough, Kentucky. In 1778-79, he was sheriff in Yohogania County, Virginia (that area of southwest Pennsylvania described above). [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 479.]

      Jediah served as one of Col. George Rogers Clark's "Long Knives" in Virginia's Northwest Expedition, 1778-79 (as did several other residents of Fayette County). In recognition of this service, Virginia awarded him a land warrant in Hardin County, Kentucky, and he migrated there in 1780 or '81 with a party of friends and in-laws, via flatboat down the Ohio River. They settled at Philips Fort (dismantling the flatboat and building a house with the timber), on the present site of Louisville, where they were among the earliest inhabitants. (Note that John Frakes, according to his own pension application, helped to build this fort. . . .) [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 30, 479.]

      On 8 August 1781, Jediah purchased 400 acres in Hardin County.

      He also participated in (now) Gen. Clark's expeditions against the Indians:
           Jediah Ashcraft, private, entered service 28 October 1782, discharged 25 November 1782, in service 36 days, paid £2 / 8 / 0) [Harding, George Rogers Clark and His Men, p. 194].

      On 2 April 1783, Grayson County, Kentucky:
           "Unto George Rogers Clark in trust for recruiting his battalion and in lieu of the bounty of Seven Hundred and Fifty Dollars is granted by the said Commonwealth of Virginia unto Jediah Ashcraft a certain track [sic] or Parcel of land containing Five Hundred and Sixty acres by survey bearing the date of March 1, 1783 and lying and being in the County of Jefferson [ie, Kentucky], on the North Branch of Ashcraft Creek waters of Rough Creek, being the first south branch below Little Clifty.
           [signed] Patrick Henry, Governor.     April 2, 1783."

      On 1 July 1783, he purchased 200 acres on Linn Camp Creek, in the Middle Creek Survey, Hardin County, Kentucky. He bought another 200 acres on 6 July 1784 of the Bear Creek Survey, Hardin County, and on 18 December of the same year, he bought another 1,276 acres on Bear Creek [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 478-79].

      He appeared on the 1785 tax list in Nelson County, Kentucky:
           Tithables on Green River, easterly of Nolin:
                Ashcraft, Jediah - 2
                Ashcraft, Daniel (son) - 0
           [Nelson County, Kentucky Taxpayers, 1793-1799]

      He wrote a will 19 April 1793 in Hardin County, Kentucky:

           In the name of God, Amen.
            I Jediah Ashcraft being in perfect health of body, and of perfect memory and mind, but calling to mind the mortality of my Body do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament. And first I recomend my Body to the earth to be buried in a decent and christian like manner at the discresion of my Executors, and my soul to God, that give it, and as tuching such worldly Estate wherewith it pleased God to bless me with in this life, I give and dispose of the same in the following manner:
              Imprimus. I give and bequeath unto my well beloved wife, Nancy Ashcraft, the sole benefit of the land on which I now live to be by her freely enjoyed during the time of her life. And also all my stock of horses kind, cattle, sheep, hogs. My personal estate as before said together with my household furniture and uttentsials for Husbandry are wholly at her disposal and she may dispose of the same as she thinks proper. After my lawful debts are paid except one Horse, worth fifteen pounds, a good man or woman saddle and Bridle (as the sex may be) for each of my following children Viz, Nancy, John, Nelly and Jacob, and also a middle rate cow and calf to each of sd children, the whole to be delivered to them or to each one of them when they become of age, or if any of them should marry before they become of age, the same to be delivered to them at the time of their marriage. And any part of my personal estate that my wife may not dispose of by Will or otherwise in her life time, I allow the same to be equally divided between all my children and the whole of the land on which I now live containing 288 acres after my wife's deceased, I give the same to my son Jacob to be by him freely enjoyed by him his heirs & assignees forever, and my tract of Land containing 560 acres on Ashcrafts Creek, I give and dispose of the same as follows; that is to say, To my Son, Daniel, I give three hundred acres of the upper and of said tract to be divided by a line a cross the same parallel with the upper line of said land, and the remaining two hundred and sixty acres, I give the same to my Son, John, to him there heirs & assigns forever. And my tract of twelve hundred and some odd acres on Bear Creek, I allow the same to be equally divided according to quantity and quality between my Daughters Viz; Susanna, Mary, Nancy and Nelly to be by them freely enjoyed by them their heirs & assigns forever. I do hereby constitute and appoint my well beloved wife, Nancy Ashcraft, my sole Executrix of this my last Will & Testament. And I do hereby revoke & disannul all other Wills made theretofore by me, Allowing this and no other to be my Last Will and Testament & In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 19th day of April one thousand seven hundred and ninety three.


      Sign'd seal's publish'd &
      pronounced by the sd Jediah Ashcraft
      as his last Will & Testament in presence of us
              Jediah (X) Ashcraft {Seal}
              P. Philips
              Geo. A. Hamilton
              John O Daniel

      At a Court held for Hardin on Tuesday the 26th day of August, 1794. The within Will was proved by the oath of John O Daniel and ordered to lay for further proof.

      At a County Court continued and held for Hardin County at the Court House in Elizabethtown on tuesday the 14th day of October, 1817. The above and foregoing Instrument of writing purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Jadiah Ashcraft, dec'd, was produced in Court (the same having been partly proven by John O Daniel on the 26th day of August, 1794) and was on this day again proven by said O'Daniel as follows; That the said Will was attested by Philip Philips and George A. Hamilton in the presence of the said O'Daniel & in the presence of the said Jadiah Ashcraft, and that Philip Philips is now dec'd, and that he believes that George A. Hamilton is dec'd from information. And also Benjamin Helm came into Court on this day and stated on oath, that the signature of Philip Philips appears to be in his own handwriting, which the court considered as satisfactory proof, and on motion of Jacob Ashcraft, the said Will was ordered to be recorded. Whereupon I have truly recorded the same.

                   Atteste, Saml. Haycraft, Jr. C.H.C.C.


      [Frances Terry Ingmire (comp), Hardin County, Kentucky, Will Bill "C," 1816-1821 (St. Louis: The Author, 1982), pp. 57-59.]

      His will was probated 26 August 1794 in Hardin County, Kentucky.

    •      v. Daniel Ashcraft; born 1736. (According to family tradition, he supposedly died 11 October 1774 at the Battle of Point Pleasant, Virginia, but there is no evidence whatever to support this. . . .)

    •      vi. Ichabod Ashcraft; born c1737 probably in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and grew up in the Sleepy Creek area of Virginia; married Rachel —(?)—, 1760 in either Pennsylvania or Virginia; died c.January 1804 Fayette County, Pennsylvania; will probated 14 March 1804 Fayette County, Pennsylvania (his son, Daniel, was appointed administrator by the court [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 25, 36, 39-41].

      Ichabod was responsible for the establishment of Ashcraft's Fort on the line of the Cherokee Trail, in what is now Georges Township (then Springhill Township), Fayette County (then Westmoreland County), Pennsylvania — about 10 miles south of Uniontown and not far from Smithfield. It was built on the land of the late Jesse Evans, located near Prospect Hill (aka Point Lookout). He had a survey made in 1769 at Buffalo Pastures and received a warrant for the land in 1770 — but was that before or after the fort was built? Some sources say the fort was built before 1750, which seems unlikely. It was of typical blockhouse construction; the second story had loopholes and projected out over the base, and a stockade was attached. It was located near a spring. also said to be on a hill overlooking the Monongahela, very close to the Catawba Trail, which became "Braddock's Road" [James Veech, The Monongahela of Old; or, Historical Sketches of South-Western Pennsylvania to the Year 1800 (n.p.: n. pub., 1892; reprinted, Waynesburg, PA: Greene County Historical Society, 1971].

      The list of settlers in what is now Fayette County in 1772, taken from the property assessment rolls of Bedford County, lists (under Springhill Township) the following: Ichabod Ashcraft, John Carr, John Carr Jr., & Moses Carr. Under "Inmates" (boarders or residents not heads of families) are included Richard & Ephraim Ashcraft.

      NOTE: Springhill Township at that time included that part of what is now Fayette County east of Redstone Creek — and probably included all of Greene & Washington Counties as well.

      Ichabod probably took part in Dunmore's Expedition into the western country, near Coshocton, Ohio, in June 1774. He later showed an intimate knowledge of the area [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 36-37].

      In 1775, he enlisted in the first Revolutionary company west of the Alleghenies (the second unit raised in Virginia). Michael Cresap, a friend of the Ashcrafts, raised a company of 130 frontier sharpshooters who fought as irregulars — and marched 800 miles to Boston. [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 37].

      Between 1778 and 1783, Ichabod served as a Ranger on the Virginia frontier, and also as a captain in the Westmoreland County Militia, Pennsylvania Line. [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 37, 42-43; Pennsylvania archives (Philadelphia: J. Severns & Co, 1852-56; Harrisburg, PA: C.M. Busch, State Printer, 1874-99?), vol. 4, p. 428. See also: War Record Certs # 8143 & 8145, specifying patriotic service.]

      He was a dealer in salt (from the salt springs on the Kanawha River) and ginseng c1780 in Georges Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania [Neal, Ashcraft Family].

      He appeared on all the tax lists between 1785 and 1799 in Georges Township. The assessment roll for 1787 includes: Ichabod Ashcraft [Jr.?], Daniel Ashcraft, Richard Ashcraft, Uriah Ashcraft, John Carr, Moses Carr, Thomas Carr, Elijah Carr, & Absolom Carr. [Ellis, History of Fayette County, Pennsylvania].

      By family tradition, Ichabod was also at the Battle of Point Pleasant with his brother, Daniel, but this is also very unlikely.) He died intestate, and his son, also named Daniel, was appointed administrator by the court, 14 March 1804 Fayette County, Pennsylvania. [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 36.]

      Approved into the church "by experience," was later accused of drunkenness, was denied communion, and finally dismissed from the congregation for drunkenness, abusive language, and fighting [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 39].

    •      vii. John Ashcraft; born 1737 probably in Pennsylvania; married Charity Evans, daughter of John Evans and Sarah Denny, 1763-1764? probably in Chester County, Pennsylvania; died between 28 July & 31 December 1832 Shinntown, Harrison County, Virginia [now West Virginia] [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 25, 29, 457]. In 1842, he received Revolutionary War Pension #S-6537 (which gave his age as 95 years) [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 29].

      In 1781, he served in Capt. Ichabod Ashcraft's company, during which time he marched to Ft. Pitt and joined Gen. George Rogers Clark's expedition to Wheeling. Then he transferred to Capt. Jacob Cline's company and marched to the mouth of the Kanawha, where he was discharged after six months' service. He served again later as a militia guard and was called up against the Indians [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 29].

      He migrated to Marion County, [West] Virginia, in 1798 [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 29].

    •      xiii. Elizabeth Ashcraft; born c1739 probably in Pennsylvania; married Robert Boyce(?) [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 25].

    • 38 ix. Richard Ashcraft.

    •      x. Rachel Ashcraft; born c1741 probably in Pennsylvania [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 25].

    •      xi. Margaret Ashcraft; born c1743 probably in Pennsylvania [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 25].






    77. Elizabeth7 Lewis(?). Born 1702 in Virginia. Her name is Lewis only by family tradition, but it was certainly Elizabeth. Also according to family tradition, she was a cousin of Col. Andrew Lewis and William Lewis, leaders at the Battle of Point Pleasant, . . . but that particulary Lewis family has been very thoroughly researched, so this connection is most likely wishful thinking. Married Daniel Ashcraft (see #76), son of John Ashcraft and Mary Burrows, c1723 [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 6, 8, 22].






    78. John7 Carr Jr (John, #156). Born 1716-1726 in Ireland (or 1708 in Pennsylvania, according to some undocumented sources). His name also appears as Kerr. Married Elizabeth Cross(?) (see #79) c1740 in Maryland. Died 10 January 1792 Uniontown, Georges Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania. [ Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001.]

    The "Pay Abstract for . . . privates of Col. Coxes Regiment of Militia of Jefferson County in Actual Service Burning Tar in the Mountains" includes the following:
         John Car, entered services 4 May 1782, discharged 11 May 1782, in service 8 days, paid £0 / 4 / 8 [Harding, George Rogers Clark and His Men, p. 123].
         NOTE: John Unseld, who was some sort of relation, appears on the same list.

    Known children of John7 Carr Jr and Elizabeth Cross(?) (see #79) were as follows:

    • 39 i. Elizabeth6 Carr.

    • ii. John Carr; born circa 1742 Pennsylvania; married Elizabeth Linmire 10 January 1765 Pennsylvania; died 1803 Hardin County, Kentucky; buried in Carr Cemetery, Ft. Knox, Kentucky [ Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].

    • iii. Moses Carr; born 1734 Maryland (Ancestral File.); born c1745 Maryland; married Catherine Case c1767 Maryland; died 1810 Nelson County, Kentucky [ Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].

    • iv. Mary Carr; born 1736 Pennsylvania; born c1747 Maryland; married Isaac Sutton [ Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].

    • v. Rebecca Carr; born c1749 Frederick County(?), Maryland; married Caleb Reed [ Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].

    • vi. Abigail Carr; born c1751 Frederick County(?), Maryland; married John White (his 1st wife [ Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].

    •      vii. Thomas Carr; born 23 June 1755 Hagerstown, Frederick County, Maryland; married Hannah J. Coombs, daughter of Joseph Coombs and Hannah Davenport, 23 June 1785 Westmoreland County, Virginia; died 26 October 1822 Silver Creek, Clark County, Indiana [ Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001]

      In 1776-77, he served with his brother-in-law, Richard Ashcraft, as an Indiana scout and spy in southwest Pennsylvania. He migrated to Indiana Territory in 1804-1805. [ Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001]

    • viii. Elijah Carr; born 28 October 1757 Hagerstown, Frederick County, Maryland; married Elizabeth White 17 January 1799; died 8 January 1832 Shelby County, Kentucky [ Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].

    • ix. Elisha Carr; born 1759 Hagerstown, Frederick County, Maryland; married 1st Nancy Coombs, daughter of Joseph Coombs and Hannah Davenport, c1781 Kentucky; married 2nd Elizabeth Lucas 31 December 1818 Orange County, Indiana [Jordan R. Dodd (ed), Indiana Marriages, Early to 1825 (np: Precision Indexing, nd)]; died 15 August 1827 Washington County, Indiana [ Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].

    • x. Rachel Carr; born 1761 Fayette County(?), Pennsylvania; married 1st Isaac White; married 2nd John White (his 2nd wife); died 1804 [ Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].

    • xi. Absolom Carr; born 1763 Fayette County, Pennsylvania; married Ruth White, daughter of James A. White & Sarah Clark; died 1829 Meade County, Kentucky [ Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001].






    79. Elizabeth7 Cross(?). Born c1726. Married John Carr Jr (see #78), son of John Carr and Hannah —(?)—, c1740 Maryland. Died 31 January 1803 Uniontown, Fayette County, Pennsylvania. [ Leaves of Time web site, 3 May 2001.]






    80. William7 Landman (John, #160). Married Katherine —(?)—.

    Children of William7 Landman and Katherine —(?)— (see #81) were:






    81. Katherine7 —(?)—. Married William Landman (see #80), son of John Landman and Ann Barrow.






    88. Alexander7 Van Winkle (Johannis, #176). Born c1709 Hudson County, New Jersey. Married Antje Rosenkrans (see #89), daughter of Dirk Hendricksen Rosenkrans and Wientie Kierstede, after 1732 Port Jervis, Orange County, New York [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 76]. Died after 1748 Sussex County, New Jersey.

    Known children of Alexander7 Van Winkle and Antje Rosenkrans (see #89) were as follows:

    • i. Wyntje6 Van Winkle. Christened 17 September 1741 Gansegat Reformed Dutch Church, Fairfield, Essex County, New Jersey; married John Williams [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 76].

    • 44 ii. James (Jacobus) Van Winkle.






    89. Antje7 Rosenkrans (Dirk, #178). Christened 29 April 1716 Dutch Reformed Church, Kingston, Ulster County, New York. Married Alexander Van Winkle (see #88), son of Johannis Simese Van Winkle and Magdalena Janse Spier, after 1732 Port Jervis, Orange County, New York [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 76]. Died after 1748.






    90. Aaron7 Thomas (Benjamin, #180). Born 1 October 1723 Somers, Tolland County, Connecticut. Married Alice Chidester (see #91), daughter of William Chidester and Eunice Hollister, 24 April 1747 Somers, Tolland County, Connecticut. Died before 1810 Milanville, Wayne County, Pennsylvania.

    Known children of Aaron7 Thomas and Alice Chidester (see #91) were:






    91. Alice7 Chidester (William, #182). Born 17 June 1728 Wallingford, New Haven County, Connecticut. Married Aaron Thomas (see #90), son of Benjamin Thomas Jr and Dorothy Kibbe, 24 April 1747 Somers, Tolland County, Connecticut. Died before 1810 Milanville, Wayne County, Pennsylvania.






    Generation Eight

    152. John8 Ashcraft (John, #304). Born 12 August 1671 at Groton, Connecticut. Married Mary Burrows (see #153), 12 September 1690 at Groton, Connecticut. Died between 5 June & 5 July 1732 Groton, Connecticut. Buried in Packers-Burrows Cemetery, Mystic, Connecticut. [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 7-8]

    At one time, he owned Mouse Island and Six-Penny Island. He also sold his father's posthumous land grant (for service in King Philip's War) in 1690 [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 8-9].

    He was Lieutenant-Captain of the Groton "Train Band," or militia [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 9].

    He wrote a will on 5 June 1732 at Groton, Connecticut (witnessed by Samuel Burrows and probated on 5 July 1732 at Groton). He was apparently a gentleman of some means, judging by the number of canes, wigs, and silk handkerchiefs in his estate. He left a bequest of £20 to his 2nd son, Daniel, but there is no evidence it was ever collected [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 7].

    Children of John8 Ashcraft and Mary Burrows (see #153) were as follows:

    •      i. John7 Ashcraft; born 14 September 1696 probably at Stonington, Connecticut; married 1st Margaret Hurd 25 May 1719 also probably at Stonington, Connecticut (had 5 children); he and Margaret Hurd were divorced 18 September 1733 at Winham County, Connecticut; married 2nd Mary Keeney, daughter of Joseph Keeney and Hannah Hills, after 1733 in Connecticut (had 3 children); died 1 November 1745 at Ft. Louisbourg, Quebec, Canada; buried at Ft. Louisbourg, Quebec. John wrote a will on 4 April 1745 probably at Stonington, Connecticut: "Being listed to go upon a dangerous expedition to an enemies' land, have thought good to make this my last will and testament." His will was probated 7 January 1746 at Stonington, Connecticut. Inventory includes "John Ashcraft's share of booty." [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 6.]

    • 76 ii. Daniel Ashcraft.

    •      iii. Ephraim Ashcraft; born 17 September 1701 Stonington, Connecticut [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 7, 9].

    •      iv. Jedediah Ashcraft; born 22 January 1703 Stonington, Connecticut. On 19 January 1734, at Stonington, Connecticut, he had to make bail for an unknown offense [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 7, 9].

    •      v. Mary Ashcraft; born 22 November 1705 Stonington, Connecticut; married —(?)— 2 September 1725 at First Church of Stonington, Stonington, Connecticut [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 9].

    •      vi. Uriah Ashcraft; born 17 January 1708 [twin] at Stonington, Connecticut; died c1791 probably in Connecticut. On 15 March 1734, at Stonington, Connecticut, he was tried for his life for the murder of a stranger, Dennis Wilkenson, and was acquitted [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 7, 9].

    •      vii. Hannah Ashcraft; born 17 January 1708 [twin] at Stonington, Connecticut; died c1710? at Stonington, Connecticut [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 9].






    153. Mary8 Burrows. Born c1672 probably in Connecticut. Married John Ashcraft (see #152), son of John Ashcraft and Hannah Osborne, 12 September 1690 Groton, Connecticut. Died c1750 in Connecticut [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 8-9].






    156. John8 Carr. Born c1700 in Ireland(?). Married Hannah (see #157) —(?)— c1720 in Ireland. Died before 1730.

    Supposedly, according to family tradition, John and Hannah both died at sea on the voyage to Maryland, and the newly-orphaned John Jr. was met in Annapolis by an unknown relative, and raised by him, or perhaps indentured to him. This entirely undocumented story notwithstanding, the Carrs & Ashcrafts were certainly associated as early as 1664, in Connecticut — and for more than a century and a half afterward.

    Known children of John8 Carr and Hannah —(?)— (see #157) were:






    157. Hannah8 —(?)—. Born c1700 in Ireland? Died before 1730 (also supposedly at sea).






    160. John8 Landman (William, #320); married Ann Barrow (see #161), daughter of Jonathan Barrow.

    Known children of John8 Landman and Ann Barrow (see #161) were:






    161. Ann8 Barrow (Jonathan, #322). Married John Landman (see #160), son of William Landman and Ann —(?)—.






    176. Johannis Simese8 Van Winkle (Symon, #352). Christened 18 April 1682 Acquahonong, Essex County, New Jersey. Married 1st Antie Sanderse 14 October 1704 Dutch Reformed Church, Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey. Married 2nd Magdalena Janse Spier (see #177) c1706 Acquahonong, Essex County, New Jersey. Died June 1759 probably in Essex County, New Jersey.

    Known children of Johannis Simese8 Van Winkle and Magdalena Janse Spier (see #177) were:






    177. Magdalena Janse8 Spier. Born 11 April 1687 Essex County(?), New Jersey. Married Johannis Simese Van Winkle (see #176), son of Symon Jacobse Van Winkle and Annetje Arianse Sip, c1706 Acquahonong, Essex County, New Jersey (his 2nd wife). Died after 1735 Belleville, Essex County, New Jersey.






    178. Dirk Hendricksen8 Rosenkrans (Harmon, #356). Christened 28 April 1674 Dutch Reformed Church, Kingston, Ulster County, New York. Married Wientie Kierstede (see #179), daughter of Roeloff Kierstede and Eyke Roosa, 6 September 1702 Dutch Reformed Church, Kingston, Ulster County, New York (her 2nd husband). Died c1717 probably in Ulster County, New York.

    Known children of Dirk Hendricksen8 Rosenkrans and Wientie Kierstede (see #179) were:






    179. Wientie8 Kierstede (Roeloff, #358). Christened 25 March 1673 Dutch Reformed Church, New York, New York. Married 1st January De Witt 1691 Ulster County(?), New York. Married 2nd Dirk Hendricksen Rosenkrans (see #178), son of Harmon Hendricksen Rosenkrans and Magdaleen Dirckse, 6 September 1702 Dutch Reformed Church, Kingston, Ulster County, New York. Died October 1721 Kingston, Ulster County, New York.






    180. Benjamin8 Thomas Jr (Benjamin, #360). Born 20 December 1694 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. Married Dorothy Kibbe (see #181), daughter of Edward Kibbe and Dorothy Phelps, c1717 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut [George R. Griffiths (comp), Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, and Ephraim Kibbey, Frontiersman (np: The Author, 1991), p. 3]. Died 30 August 1769 Stafford, Tolland County, Connecticut.

    Known children of Benjamin8 Thomas Jr and Dorothy Kibbe (see #181) were:






    181. Dorothy8 Kibbe (Edward, #362). Born 20 October 1696 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. Married Benjamin Thomas Jr (see #180), son of Benjamin Thomas and Ann Belden, c1717 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut [Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 3]. Died November 1728 Somers, Tolland County, Connecticut.






    182. William8 Chidester (David, #364). Born c1703 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. Married Eunice Hollister (see #183), daughter of Capt. Stephen Hollister and Abigail Treat, 13 January 1726 (her 2nd husband; they had 7 children). [Andrew L. Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001]. Died 11 July 1756 Fort Hoosic (now Williamstown), Berkshire County, Massachusetts.

    Known children of William8 Chidester and Eunice Hollister (see #183) were:






    183. Eunice8 Hollister (Stephen, #366). Born 1694 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. Married 1st Jonathan Seymour 23 December 1714 Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut (had 5 children). Married 2nd William Chidester (see #182), son of David Chidester and Alice —(?)—, 13 January 1726 (had 7 children). [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001]. Died after 1756 Williamstown, Berkshire County, Massachusetts.

    After the marriage of Eunice and William, her five children by her 1st marriage reportedly petitioned the court to appoint new guardians for them because their mother had married one "William Chitester, a poor, shiftless man, and the children are in a suffering condition." The court complied and placed them with other famlies [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001].






    Generation Nine

    304. John9 Ashcraft (John, #608). Born c1644 in Barbados. Married Hannah Osborne (see #305), daughter of John Osborne and Anne Oldage, 2 September 1670 at Stonington, Connecticut (her 1st husband). Died 15 September 1680 Stonington, Connecticut (apparently in an unidentified local epidemic). [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 4-6.]

    John first appeared in Connecticut in 1662. In 1664, he was arraigned (with John Carr) for various misdemeanors, including trying to entice women from their husbands (by writing letters, hiding in their houses, etc). The two were fined and the young women were warned to "take care." He and Hannah Osborne lived in September 1671 at Stonington, but moved shortly thereafter to a piece of property belonging to his father-in-law. John served in Capt. George Denison's expedition in King Philip's War, 1676, and received a posthumous land grant.

    Children of John9 Ashcraft and Hannah Osborne (see #305) were as follows:

    • 152 i. John8 Ashcraft.

    •        ii. Hannah (I) Ashcraft; born 5 January & died 11 January 1673 at Groton, Connecticut [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 8].

    •        iii. Hannah (II) Ashcraft; born 8 January 1675 at either Groton or Stonington, Connecticut [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 8].

    •        iv. Ephraim Ashcraft; born 11 December 1677 Stonington, Connecticut [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 8].

    •        v. Mary Ashcraft; born 26 July 1680 Stonington, Connecticut [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 8].






    305. Hannah9 Osborne (John, #610). Born 24 August 1646 Braintree, Massachusetts. Married 1st John Ashcraft (see #304), son of John Ashcraft and Elizabeth Pearce(?), 2 September 1670 Stonington, Connecticut; married 2nd Deliverance Blackman 1693? Stonington, Connecticut [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 6-7].






    320. William9 Landman (John, #640). Born 1647? Married Ann —(?)— (see #321).

    Known children of William9 Landman and Ann —(?)— (see #321) were:






    321. Ann9 —(?)—. Born 1651? Married William Landman (see #320), son of John Landman and Mabel —(?)—.






    322. Jonathan9 Barrow.

    Known children of Jonathan9 Barrow and an unknown spouse were:






    352. Symon Jacobse9 Van Winkle (Jacob Walichs, #704). Christened 24 July 1653 Pasonia, Camden County, New Jersey [William Nelson, History of Paterson and Passaic County, New Jersey (np: npub, nd)]. Married Annetje Arianse Sip (see #353), daughter of Claas Arianse Sip and Margrietje Wernaers Wande, 15 December 1675 Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey [Nelson, History of Paterson and Passaic County, New Jersey]. Died 1732? Essex County, New Jersey.

    He and his siblings became interested in the Acquackanonk Patent and founded the Acquackanonk Dutch Reformed Church — by which time they were using the surname "Van Winkle" [Nelson, History of Paterson and Passaic County, New Jersey].

    Children of Symon Jacobse9 Van Winkle and Annetje Arianse Sip (see #353) were as follows:

    • i. Margreta Simonse8 Van Winkle; christened 4 November 1676 Newark, Essex County, New Jersey; died 1 December 1730 New Jersey(?).

    • 176 ii. Johannis Simese Van Winkle.

    • iii. Johannis Van Winkle; christened 18 August 1682 Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey; died 1759.

    • iv. Simeon Van Winkle; christened 6 August 1686 Bergen Dutch Reformed Church, Bergen County, New Jersey; died 18 July 1775 Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey.

    • v. Trintje Van Winkle; born 7 February 1687 Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey; christened 2 April 1687 Bergen County, New Jersey.

    • vi. Arie Van Winkle; christened 29 May 1690 Constables Hoeck, Hudson County, New York.

    • vii. Rachel Symonse Van Winkle; born October 1690 Bergen County, New Jersey; christened October 1690 Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey; died young?

    • viii. Gideon Van Winkle; born c1692 New York.

    • ix. Aeltje Van Winkle; born c1694 Hudson County, New Jersey.

    • x. Abraham Van Winkle; born 1699 Hudson County, New Jersey; died 1744 New Jersey(?).

    • xi. Marinus Van Winkle; born 1700 Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey; died 1767.

    • xii. Leah Van Winkle; born 1702 Hudson County, New Jersey; died young?






    353. Annetje Arianse9 Sip (Claas, #706). Born 18 February 1657 Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey. Married Symon Jacobse Van Winkle (see #352), son of Jacob Walichs and Tryntje Jacobs, 15 December 1675 Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey [Nelson, History of Paterson and Passaic County, New Jersey]. Died 19 June 1722 New Jersey(?).






    356. Harmon Hendricksen9 Rosenkrans. Born 29 November 1634 Bergen, Norway. Married Magdaleen Dirckse (see #357), daughter of Christina Vigne, 3 March 1657 Dutch Reformed Church, New York, New York (her 3rd husband). Died 1697 Rochester, Ulster County, New York.

    Known children of Harmon Hendricksen9 Rosenkrans and Magdaleen Dirckse (see #357) were:






    357. Magdaleen9 Dirckse (Christina Vigne, #715). Born 1633-1640 Bushwyck, Kings County, New York. Baptized (or christened?) 24 June 1661 Durch Reformed Church, New York, New York. Married 1st Cornelius Hendricksen Van Dort, 24 October 1652 New York, New York. Married 2nd Cornelius Caper, before 1655 Bushwyck, Kings County, New York. Married 3rd Harmon Hendricksen Rosenkrans (see #356) 3 March 1657 Dutch Reformed Church, New York, New York. Married 4th Barent Gerritszen Van --(?)-- after 1697. Died 17 January 1726 Kings County, New York. Buried in Rochester, Ulster County, New York.






    358. Roeloff9 Kierstede (Hans, #716). Christened 1 January 1647 New York, New York. Married Eyke Roosa (see #359), daughter of Albert Heymans Roosa and Wyntie Ariens De Jonge, c1670 Kingston, Ulster County, New York. Died c1711 Kingston, Ulster County, New York.

    Known children of Roeloff9 Kierstede and Eyke Roosa (see #359) were:






    359. Eyke9 Roosa (Albert, #718). Christened 1651 Herwynen, Gelderland, Netherlands. Married Roeloff Kierstede (see #358), son of Dr. Hans Kierstede and Sarah Jansz Roeloffse, c1670 Kingston, Ulster County, New York.






    360. Benjamin9 Thomas (Rowland, #720). Born 23 May 1653 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. Married Ann Belden (see #361), daughter of Samuel Belden and Mary Ann Hastings(?), 1688 Massachusetts. Died c1738 Hatfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.

    Known children of Benjamin9 Thomas and Ann Belden (see #361) were:






    361. Ann9 Belden (Samuel, #722). Born 27 January 1665 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut (or Hatfield, Massachusetts?) [Descendants of Richard Belden of Wethersfield, Ct., 5 April 2001; Sylvia Payne Higgins, Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon, 13 April 200]. Married Benjamin Thomas (see #360), son of Rowland Thomas and Sarah Chapin, 1688 Massachusetts. Died c1728 Hatfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.






    362. Edward9 Kibbe (Elisha, #724). Born 2 February 1670 Brookline (Muddy River), Norfolk County, Massachusetts. Married 1st Rebecca Hadlock, 11 February 1692 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts (no issue). Married 2nd Dorothy Phelps (see #363), daughter of Jacob Phelps and Dorothy Ingersoll, 30 November 1693 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. Married 3rd Malutable Felt after 1694. Died 22 August 1756 Somers, Tolland County, Connecticut. Buried in South Cemetery, Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. His will was probated 6 September 1756 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. [Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 2-3.]

    Children of Edward9 Kibbe and Dorothy Phelps (see #363) were as follows:

    • i. Edward8 Kibbe. Born 16 July 1694 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; married 1st Esther Fowler, 13 November 1720; married 2nd Rebecca Cooley, 22 October 1722; died 12 December 1769 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut [Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 3].

    • 181 ii. Dorothy Kibbe.

    • iii. Elisha Kibbe; born 23 February 1698 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; married Mehitable Felt, daughter of Samuel Felt, 3 May 1728 Congregational Church, Somers, Tolland County, Connecticut (Somers was formerly East Enfield) [Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 3].

    • iv. Jacob Kibbe; born 21 December 1701 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; married 1st Grace Sitton; married 2nd Sarah Bush (her 2nd husband); married 3rd Mary —(?)—; married 4th Ann —(?)— [Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 3].

    • v. Israel Kibbe; born 21 October 1704 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticu; married 1st Sarah Horton, 6 January 1724; married 2nd Hannah Bush, 1780 (her 4th? husband); died 1792 Somers, Tolland County, Connecticut [Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 3].

      He appeared on the 1790 census in Somers, Tolland County, Connecticut [Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 3.].

    • vi. Rachel Kibbe; born 16 April 1707; married Samuel Felt, 1725; died 1745 [Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 3].

    • vii. Rebecca Kibbe; born 14 June 1710; married Samuel Bartlett, 16 January 1728 Congregational Church, Somers, Tolland County, Connecticut [Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 3].

    • viii. Anna Kibbe; born 23 March 1712; married James Kibbe, son of James Kibbe and Hannah Kelsey, 28 September 1732 [Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 3].

    • ix. Naomi Kibbe; born 26 November 1715; married 1st Joseph Phelps Jr, son of Joseph Phelps and Sarah Curtis, 14 August 1734; married Daniel Pomeroy 1749 [Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 3].






    363. Dorothy9 Phelps (Jacob, #726). Born 10 May 1675 Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. Married Edward Kibbe (see #362), son of Elisha Kibbe and Rachel Cook, 30 November 1693 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts (his 2nd wife). [Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 3.]






    364. David9 Chidester (James, #728). Born c1668 Connecticut(?) Married Alice —(?)— (see #365), 22 December 1698 Huntington, Suffolk County, New York [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001]. Died c1712.

    He sold several parcels of land in 1698 Huntington, Long Island, New York [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage."]. His brother, James Chidester III, deeded to him all the property in Huntington that their father, James Sr., had deeded to him on 14 November 1698 Huntington, Long Island, New York [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001].

    He migrated to Wallingsford, Connecticut, in 1705 and purchased property there (details not yet found) on 8 June 1708. He made purchases at "Lloyd's" (a shop?), which were paid by his brother, James, in 1717, Huntington, Long Island, New York [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001].

    Known children of David9 Chidester and Alice Unknown (see #365) were as follows:

    • i. David8 Chidester Jr; born c1699 Huntington, Suffolk County, New York; married Alice Bayley c1722 Huntington, Suffolk County, New York [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001].

    • ii. Samuel Chidester Sr; born c1701 Huntington, Suffolk County, New York; married Mehitable Tuller, daughter of John Tuller and ELizabeth Chase Lewis, 17 December 1719 Simsbury, Hartford County, Connecticut [Lucius Barnes Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co, 1977; reprint, p. 609; Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001].

      Samuel and his brother, William, jointly sold land (details not yet known) on 30 September 1726 New Haven County(?), Connecticut [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001].

    • 182 iii. William Chidester.






    365. Alice9 —(?)—. Born c1672 Connecticut(?). Married David Chidester (see #364), son of James Chidester Jr and Eunice Porter, 22 December 1698 Huntington, Suffolk County, New York [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001].






    366. Capt. Stephen9 Hollister (John, #732). Born 1658 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. Married 1st Abigail Treat (see #367), daughter of Mathias Treat and Mary Smith, 1683 (her 2nd? husband). Married 2nd Elizabeth Coleman, January 1709 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. Died 2 October 1709 Greenbush, Albany County, New York.

    Known children of Capt. Stephen9 Hollister and Abigail Treat (see #367) were:






    367. Abigail9 Treat (Mathias, #734). Born 1658? Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. Baptized 19 February 1660 Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut. Married 1st Rev. Samuel Andrews before 1682. Married 2nd Capt. Stephen Hollister (see #366), son of Lieutenant John Hollister and Joanna Treat, 1683 (his 1st wife). Died 1702 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.






    Generation Ten

    608. John10 Ashcraft (Richard, #1216). Born 12 July 1618 London, England. Married Elizabeth Pearce(?) (see #609), before 1640? Died 28 April 1666 in St. Michael Parish, Barbados. [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 2-3.]

    Children of John10 Ashcraft and Elizabeth Pearce(?) (see #609) were as follows:

    •        i. Edward9 Ashcraft.

    •        ii. Peers Ashcraft; married Thomas Mercer 20 July 1671 in Barbados [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 4].

    •        iii. Richard Ashcraft.

    •        iv. Susanna Ashcraft.

    •        v. Elizabeth Ashcraft.

    • 304 vi. John Ashcraft.






    609. Elizabeth10 Pearce(?) (or "Peers" . . .). Married John Ashcraft (see #608), son of Richard Ashcraft and Alice Towers, before 1640? [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 3.]






    610. John10 Osborne Jr. Born 1604 England. Married Anne Oldage (see #611), daughter of Richard Oldage, 19 May 1643 Connecticut(?) (or Massachusetts?). Died 27 October 1686 East Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.

    Children of John10 Osborne were:

    • i. Nathaniel9 Osborne.

    • ii. Sarah Osborne; born Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut; married Joseph Wright.

    • iii. Anne Osborne; born Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut; married Humphrey Prior; died 5 April 1690 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.

    • iv. John Osborne III; born Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut; married Mary Ellsworth; died 10 April 1706 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.

    • 305 v. Hannah9 Osborne.

    • vi. Samuel Osborne; born 25 July 1652 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut; died young?

    • vii. Mary Osborne; born 16 April 1655 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.

    • viii. Samuel Osborne; born 8 May 1660 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut; married Mary Brooks; died 21 June 1736 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.

    • ix. Esther Osborne; born 9 August 1662 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut; married Joseph Owen.

    • x. Isaac Osborne; born 28 September 1664 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.






    611. Anne10 Oldage (Richard, #1222); born 1625 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut; married John Osborne Jr (see #610), son of John Osborne, 19 May 1643 Connecticut? Massachusetts?; died 28 August 1689 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.

    640. John10 Landman (John, #1280). Married Mabel —(?)— (see #641). Died 1659 Northumberland County, Virginia.

    Known children of John10 Landman and Mabel Unknown (see #641) were:






    641. Mabel10 —(?)—. Born c1618. Married John Landman (see #640), son of John Landman and Mary —(?)—.






    704. Jacob10 Walichs (Jacob, #1408). Born 1598-1599 in Wiinkle(?), Netherlands. According to other sources, he was born c1615 in Horn, Netherlands [Nelson, History of Paterson and Passaic County, New Jersey]. Married Tryntje Jacobs (see #705) 1642? Netherlands (her 1st husband). Died August 1657? Pavonia, New Netherlands. [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 12-14.]

    His name also appears as "Wallingen," and he is apparently the first in the family to be called by his place(s) of origin — "Van Winkle" and "Van Hoorn" [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 11].

    The Walichs family appears as landowners of considerable extent in the village of Winkel as early as 1326, when their lands were bounded in part by the Walichsdyke [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 15]. Jacob farmed Bouwerie No. 5 with his partner, Claes Cornelissen, from c1624 until 1636, when their lease expired and both of them left. (They appears on a census of Company-owned farm animals and tennants.) Cornelissen started his own farm but was killed by Indians in 1641 Manhattan, New York [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 11].

    In 1633, Netherlands, Jacob and his brother, Symon, returned to Holland on the ship "Soutbergh" to otain additional cattle for the Dutch West India Company under the sponsorship and financing of Killean Van Rensselaer. From the records of the Dutch church while they were in Holland: "Have come over with certificate from other churches to our congregation, Symon Walingen of New Netherland and Jacob Walingen of New Netherland." They returned to New Amsterdam on the ship "King David" [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 12; Nelson, History of Paterson and Passaic County, New Jersey].

    In January 1639, in New Amsterdam, Jacob testified in court that he was a resident of New Netherlands and was 40 or 41 years old. (He was testifying against the captain of the "King David," who had attempted to abandon a passenger in Virginia during the voyage of 1635 [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 12].

    In August 1641, in New Amsterdam, he is recorded as advising the Gov. Kieft's council on the treatment of the Indians [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 12].

    About 1645, he settled on a farm at Rensselaerwyck, New Jersey [Nelson, History of Paterson and Passaic County, New Jersey].

    In July 1649, with others, he petitioned the West India Company to form an expedition to settle lands on the Fresh River, which was denied. A demonstration by some residents of New Amsterdam followed [Nelson, History of Paterson and Passaic County, New Jersey]. He migrated to Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey, in 1654 and on 17 April 1657, was confirmed in his rights as a "small burgher." in Pavonia [Nelson, History of Paterson and Passaic County, New Jersey; Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 14].

    Children of Jacob10 Walichs and Tryntje Jacobs (see #705) were as follows:

    • Grietje Jacobse9 Van Winkle; born 1645 Rensselaerwyck, New Netherlands; married Elias Michielse Vreeland [Nelson, History of Paterson and Passaic County, New Jersey].

    • ii. Jacob Jacobse Van Winkle; born between May and October 1650 Rensselaerwyck, New Netherlands; married 1st Aeltje Daniels; married 2nd Grietje Hendricks Hollinge [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 13; Nelson, History of Paterson and Passaic County, New Jersey].

    • iii. Walling Van Winkle; born 1651 Manhattan, New York; married Catharina Michielse Vreeland [Nelson, History of Paterson and Passaic County, New Jersey].

      He owned about half the town of Wallington, New Jersey, which was named for him c1700 New Jersey [Nelson, History of Paterson and Passaic County, New Jersey].

    • 352 iv. Symon Jacobse Van Winkle.

    • v. Annetje Jacobse Van Winkle; born 1656 Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey; married Johannis Steynmets [Nelson, History of Paterson and Passaic County, New Jersey].






    705. Tryntje10 Jacobs; born c1620 Netherlands (date based on known birthdates of her children). Married 1st Jacob Walichs (see #704), son of Jacob Walichs and Tryn Willens, 1642? Netherlands. Married 2nd Jacob Stoffelsen, 17 August 1657. Married 3rd Michael Tades, 17 May 1667 Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey. Married 4th Casper Steynmets, 26 February 1671 Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey. Died 11 May 1677 Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey. Buried in Bergen, Bergen County, New Jersey. [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 13.]






    706. Claas Arianse10 Sip (Arian Sips, #1412). Born c1627 Breda, North Brabant, Netherlands. Married Margrietje Wernaers Wande (see #707), daughter of Warner Van Schonevelt, 4 February 1656 New York, New York. Died 1663 New York(?).

    Known children of Claas Arianse10 Sip and Margrietje Wernaers Wande (see #707) were:






    707. Margrietje Wernaers10 Wande (Warner Van Schonevelt, #1414). Born c1636 Schonevelt, Netherlands. Married Claas Arianse Sip (see #706), son of Arian Sips, 4 February 1656 New York, New York. Died New York.






    715. Christina10 Vigne (also Vinge). Born 1610 St. Waast-la-Haut, Vallenciennes, France. Died 21 February 1663 Bushwyck, Kings County, New York.

    Known children of Christina10 Vigne and —(?)— were:






    716. Dr. Hans10 Kierstede. Born c1612 Magdeburg, Saxony, Germany. Married Sarah Jansz Roeloffse (see #717), daughter of Roeloff —(?)— and Anneke Jans Webber, 29 June 1642 New York, New York (her 1st husband). Died 1 October 1671 Kings County, New York.

    Known children of Dr. Hans10 Kierstede and Sarah Jansz Roeloffse (see #717) were:






    717. Sarah Jansz10 Roeloffse (Roeloff Unknown, #1434). Born 3 December 1626 Maesterland, South Holland, Netherlands. Christened 5 April 1627 Rensselaerwyck, New York. Married 1st Dr. Hans Kierstede (see #716), 29 June 1642 New York, New York. Married 2nd Cornelius Van Borsum, 1 September 1669 Dutch Reformed Church, New York, New York. Married 3rd Elbert Elbertsen Stoothoff, 18 July 1683 Dutch Reformed Church, New York, New York.






    718. Albert Heymans10 Roosa. Born 1618-1620 Herwynen, Gelderland, Netherlands. Married Wyntie Ariens De Jonge (see #719) 1642 Netherlands (her 1st husband). Died 27 February 1679 Esopus, Hurley, Ulster County, New York.

    Known children of Albert Heymans10 Roosa and Wyntie Ariens De Jonge (see #719) were:






    719. Wyntie Ariens10 De Jonge. Born c1623 Herwynen, Gelderland, Netherlands. Married 1st Albert Heymans Roosa (see #718) 1642 Netherlands. Married 2nd Roeloff Chierstide after March 1679 Ulster County(?), New York (his 2nd wife). Died 15 April 1660 Kingston, Ulster County, New York.






    720. Rowland10 Thomas. Born c1621 Wales. Married Sarah Chapin (see #721), daughter of Deacon Samuel Chapin and Cicely Penny, 14 April 1647 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001]. Died 21 February 1698 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.

    Children of Rowland10 Thomas and Sarah Chapin (see #721) were as follows:

    • i. Joseph9 Thomas; born 6 September 1647 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts; died 12 June 1648 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.

    • ii. Samuel Thomas; born 2 March 1648 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts; died 5 March 1649 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.

    • iii. Mary Thomas; born 25 March 1650 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts; died 29 March 1650 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.

    • iv. Joseph Thomas; born 25 March 1651 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.

    • 360 v. Benjamin Thomas.

    • vi. Josiah Thomas; born 4 April 1655 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts; died 6 June 1657 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. He also appears in some records as "Josias."

    • vii. Samuel Thomas; born 6 May 1662 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts; died 1701.

    • viii. Thomas Thomas; born 31 August 1665 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts; died 31 August 1665 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.

    • ix. Sarah Thomas; born 14 September 1666 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts; died 9 June 1743.

    • x. Mary Thomas; born 6 January 1669 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.

    • xi. Mercy Thomas; born 15 May 1671 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts; died 11 July 1671 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.






    721. Sarah10 Chapin (Samuel, #1442). Born 9 October 1623 (or possibly 1628) Berry Pomeroy, Totnes Parish, Devonshire, England. Christened 6 April 1630 Berry Pomeroy, Totnes Parish. Married Rowland Thomas (see #720), 14 April 1647 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. Died 5 August 1684 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001.]






    722. Samuel10 Belden (Richard, #1444). Born 1629 Heptonstall Parish(?), Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Christened 16 September 1632 Heptonstall Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married 1st Mary Ann Hastings(?) (see #723), c1654 Wethersfield(?), Hartford County, Connecticut. Married 2nd Mary Beardsley, daughter of William Beardsley and Mary Harvey, 25 June 1678 Wethersfield(?), Hartford County, Connecticut (her 2nd husband). Married 3rd Mary Meekins, daughter of Thomas Meekins and Sarah Unknown, c1691 Hatfield(?), Hampshire County, Massachusetts (her 2nd? husband). Married 4th Sarah Curtis, 10 April 1705 Hatfield(?), Hampshire County, Massachusetts (her 2nd husband). Died 3 January 1713 Hatfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts [Descendants of Richard Belden of Wethersfield, Ct., 5 April 2001; Sylvia Payne Higgins, Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon, 13 April 2001].

    He served in 1648 as "Town Cow-Keeper" of Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. He served as a juror on 7 January 1655 in Wethersfield. [Sylvia Payne Higgins, Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon, 13 April 2001.]

    He served in King Philip's War in 1657, and on 21 May of that year was made a Freeman of Wethersfield. [Sylvia Payne Higgins, Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon, 13 April 2001.]

    Children of Samuel10 Belden and Mary Ann Hastings (?) (see #723) all born Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, were as follows:






    723. Mary Ann10 Hastings (?). Born c1635 Wethersfield(?), Hartford County, Connecticut. Married Samuel Belden (see #722), son of Sir Richard Belden and Margaret Ackrenden, c1654 Wethersfield(?), Hartford County, Connecticut (his 1st wife). Died 19 September 1677 Wethersfield(?), Hartford County, Connecticut (killed by Indians). [Descendants of Richard Belden of Wethersfield, Ct., 5 April 2001; Sylvia Payne Higgins, Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon, 13 April 2001.]






    724. Elisha10 Kibbe (Edward, #1448). Born 20 November 1644 Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Baptized 30 September 1645 Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Married Rachel Cook (see #725), daughter of Henry Cook and Judith Birdsall, 12 December 1667 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts (her 2nd husband). Died 3 April 1735 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. [Doreen Potter Hanna (comp), Kibbe Genealogical Notes on Some Descendants of Edward Kibbe and His Wife, Mary (Partridge) Kibbe, Rev. & enl. ed. (Skowhegan, ME: The Author, 1972), p. 3; Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 2; Charles Henry Pope, Pioneers of Massachusetts, a Descriptive List, Drawn from Records of the Colonies, Towns and Churches. . . , (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co, 1981; orig. publ. Boston, 1900), p. 268-69.]

    He migrated to Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, in 1663 and became a joiner by trade in 1664. He moved his family to Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, between 1680 and 1682, becoming one of the earliest settlers in Enfield, which was then part of Springfield, Massachusetts. He served at various times as selectman and constable in Enfield. [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 3; Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 2.]

    Children of Elisha10 Kibbe and Rachel Cook (see #725) were as follows:

    • i. John9 Kibbe; born 1 February 1668 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts; married 1st Mary Brown, daughter of James Brown, 12 October 1695 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; married 2nd Hannah Phelps, daughter of Jacob Phelps and Dorothy Ingersoll, 18 August 1698 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; died 1755 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 3-4].

      He wrote a will in 1751 at Enfield, which was probated 5 August 1755 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 4].

    • 362 ii. Edward Kibbe.

    • iii. Elisha Kibbe Jr; born 1673 Massachusetts; died 1688 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 3].

    • iv. James Kibbe; born 1675 Connecticut; married Hannah Kelsey, daughter of Stephen Kelsey and Hannah Ingersoll, 1703 [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 3].

    • v. Mary Kibbe; born 1678? Massachusetts; married John Parker 1699 Connecticut(?) [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 3].

    • vi. Thomas Kibbe; born 1681? Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; died young [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 3].

    • vii. Isaac Kibbe; born 1683 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; married Dorothy Smith, daughter of Ebenezer Smith; died 1766 [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 3].

    • viii. Rachel Kibbe; born 1688 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; married 1st Jonathan Bush Jr, son of Jonathan Bush Sr, 1708?; married 2nd John Meachum, son of Isaac Meachum; died 1786 [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 3].






    725. Rachel10 Cook (Henry, #1450); born 31 January 1645 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. Married 1st William Vinson, 17 August 1660 (or 10 June 1661?) Gloucester, Massachusetts. Married 2nd Elisha Kibbe (see #724), son of Edward Kibbe Jr and Mary Partridge, 12 December 1667 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. Died 10 September 1740 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 3; Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 2].






    726. Jacob10 Phelps (George, #1452). Born 7 February 1650 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut [Judge Oliver Seymour Phelps & Andrew T. Servin, The Phelps Family of America and their English Ancestors (Pittsfield, MA: Eagle Publishing Co, 1899), 2:1268]. Married Dorothy Ingersoll (see #727), daughter of John Ingersoll and Dorothy Lord, 2 May 1673(?) Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut — OR 15 November 1672? (her 2nd husband?). Died 6 October 1689 Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.

    Children of Jacob10 Phelps and Dorothy Ingersoll (see #727), all born Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, were as follows:

    • i. Dorothy9 Phelps; born 18 October 1673; died 2 February 1674 Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.

    • 363 ii. Dorothy Phelps.

    • iii. Hannah Phelps; born 26 November 1677; married John Kibbe, son of Elisha Kibbe and Rachel Cook, 18 August 1698 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.

    • iv. Israel Phelps; born 3 April 1681; married Mary Pease 7 March 1704 Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.

    • v. Benjamin Phelps; born 8 January 1684; married Deborah Temple 26 October 1708.

    • vi. Joseph Phelps; born 5 August 1686; married Sarah Curtis, daughter of Thomas Curtis and Mary Merriman, 17 November 1708 Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut; died April 1735 Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut.

    • vii. Jedediah Phelps; born 7 December 1688; married Elizabeth Janes 1708 Lebanon, New London County, Connecticut; died 13 February 1752.






    727. Dorothy10 Ingersoll (John, #1454). Born 20 May 1654 Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut. Married 1st(?) —(?)— Root, c1670. Married 2nd(?) Jacob Phelps (see #726), son of George Phelps and Frances Randall, 2 May 1673(?) Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut. Died after 1690 Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts.






    728. James10 Chidester Jr (James, #1456). Born before 1635; baptized (as an adult) 9 March 1652 Salem First Church, Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. Married Eunice Porter (see #729), daughter of Jonathan Porter and Eunice (--?--), c1653 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. Died 29 January 1696 Huntington, Suffolk County (Long Island), New York [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001].

    On 6 June 1662, in Huntington, Suffolk County, New York, he was appointed to a committee to pass judgment on "desirability of new arrivals into the community." He also was nominated to keep the "Ordinary" — an inn for travelers and residents. It was the practice to select the most prestigious dwelling on the principal highway to provide this service, in order to give visitors the best impression of the community, so it was regarded as an honor to be selected. The family had to be genteel and able to impress outsiders. James added to and improved his home over the next 30 years and named it "The Peace and the Plenty." It was still in service during the Revolution and was the home of the "Widow Chichester," who found it necessary to be hospitable to the occupying British officers. [from "Chichester Heritage"; Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001].

    On 19 February 1663, in Huntington, Suffolk County, New York, he described himself as "James, son of James of Taunton and Salem." He was chosen to be a deputy of the "Corte of election helld at Hartford [Connecticut] next May being in the year 1663." In 1668, he was elected Constable[Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001].

    From the Essex County [Massachusette] Deeds, vol. 8, p. 293 (2 October 1684):

    Jonathan Porter of Salem, Massachusetts, Essex County, a planter, hath sold unto James Chichester his dwelling house, with the land adjoining being about 1-3/4 acres, for and in consideration that the said James shall freely allow and give meat, drink and lodging unto his wife Eunice Porter during her widowhood, in case the said Jonathan shall dye before her.
    [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001].

    On 23 July 1692, in Huntington, Suffolk County, New York, James deeded 4 acres to his son, Jonathan [Huntington Deed Book 1, p. 315-16].

    On 8 September 1696, the following appears: "Know ye that whereas James Chichester, late of Huntington in ye County of Suffolk, depart this life on the 29 January 1695/6 and David Chichester his son for certain causes thereunto justly moving hath prayed that ye administration of all ye goods and chattels of ye said deceased may be granted to him of ye son of ye said deceased." [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001.]

    Children of James10 Chidester Jr and Eunice Porter (see #729) were as follows:

    • i. Jonathan Chidester.

    • 364 ii. David Chidester.

    • iii. James Chidester Jr; baptized 15 September 1668 Huntington, Suffolk County, New York; married Elizabeth Davis before June 1723 Huntington, Suffolk County, New York; died after 1724 Huntington, Long Island, New York [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001].

      James Jr. deeded to his brother David (date unknown) all the property in Huntington that their father, James Sr., had deeded to him on 14 November 1698 Huntington, Suffolk County, New York [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001].






    729. Eunice10 Porter (Jonathan, #1458). Married James Chidester Jr (see #728), son of James Chidester and Mary —(?)—, c1653 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage", 5 April 2001].






    732. Lieutenant John10 Hollister. Born c1612 Bristol (city & parish), Somerset & Gloucestershire, England (or possibly born in Glastonbury?). Married Joanna Treat (see #733), daughter of Richard Treat and Alice Gaylord, March 1642 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. Died between 13 April 1665 and 20 April 1665 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut [Stephanie Lang, The Hollister Family Tree, 4 April 2001.]

    John moved to Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, in 1642, but apparently returned to Massachusetts for a few years before moving permanently to Connecticut [Stephanie Lang, The Hollister Family Tree, 4 April 2001]. On 10 May 1643, he was registered as Freeman of Weymouth. In March 1644, he was respresentative to the Massachusetts General Court. Between September 1644 and 1661, he was elected deputy to Connecticut General Court of Appeals — and subsequently reelected 14 times! Iin June 1646, in Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, he served as a juror of the Particular Court, with Thomas Coleman and Nathaniel Dickinson [Stephanie Lang, The Hollister Family Tree, 4 April 2001].

    On 7 March 1650, in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, he was appointed Lieutenant of the Wethersfield "Train Band." In October 1654, he was appointed by the General Court as one of a three-man commission "to press men and necessities in each town" for an expedition against the Indians [Stephanie Lang, The Hollister Family Tree, 4 April 2001].

    He was a large land-owner in the present Glastonbury section of the old town of Wethersfield (then called Naubuck Farms), where he held Lot No. 34 of 900 acres from the Hartford South line, to which he added 10 acres in 1655. A dwelling house and other structures had already been built by 1651. Much of this farm remained in the family until the 1880s. The "Old Red House," built in 1675, still stands before 1651 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut [Stephanie Lang, The Hollister Family Tree, 4 April 2001].

    He was appointed, with others, in February 1656 to "give the best and safest advice to the Indians, if they agreed to meet and should crave their advice" [Stephanie Lang, The Hollister Family Tree, 4 April 2001]. He also served as Collector of Wethersfield in Mrch 1660 [Stephanie Lang, The Hollister Family Tree, 4 April 2001].

    John wrote a will on 3 April 1665 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut:

            I, John Hollister of Wethersfield, being weake in body & of perfect understanding, doe make my last will and testament this third day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand six hundred & sixty five:
         Impr. I give to my wife Joana Hollister all my housing and home lot in Wethersfield, and five acres of plaine lying between John Goodrich and Thomas Hollister, and five acres of meddow lying on the north side of the upper high way which I bought of Thomas Parks, & three acres of meddow called Betts Lott lying south of the upper highway, and six acres at the lower end of the meddow lying on the west side of the highway in three several parcells, & two acres that was Samuel Bowrmans yt lys by Rennold's his Lott, and foure acres at the meaddow gate; all this during her life, & after her decease I give my house and Barne & Orchard unto lazarus my fourth son, and uto Stephen that part of the lot beyond the Brooke, and the meddow and plains, equally to be divided between them.
            Item. I give to John Hollister, at the age of 22 years, my whole farme at naog, for want of heirs to my 2nd son Thomas Hollister, and doe require him to give to his mother every year during her life twenty bushells of apples and two barrells of syder, provided the orchard doe thrive and prosper.
            Item. I give to Thomas Hollister, at the age of 23 years, all yt parcell of swamp, with Sixe acres of meddow, all bought of Richard Treat, Jr., and 5 acres of plaine nexe to Thomas Colman, and 6 acres of Upland in my Lot beyond the Brooke, the homeward Side of it, & to his heirs for ever, and for need of issue to the next successively.
            Item. I give to Joseph Hollister, my 3d son, at the age of 23 years, my meddow lot bought of Samuel Hale lying next Mr. Chester, and 10 acres of meddow called Rennonds his lot, and 6 acres of upland lying in my lot beyond the Brooke.
            Item. I give to my daughter mary four score pounds.
            Irem. I give to my daughter Sarah three score and ten pounds.
            Item. I give to my grand children £5 apeice.
            Item. The remainder of my estate I give to my wife Joane Hollister, whom I appoint my executrix. I desire Jonathan Willoughby, John Chester, Richard Treat Jr. and Samuel Welles to be my Overseers.

            Witnesses:     Jonathan Willoughby
                                  John Hollister     {SEAL}
                                  John Chester
                                  Samuel Welles

    The will was probated 1 June 1665 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut [Court Record, p. 33].

    Also, on 2 September 1686: "2 of the Overseers of the Estate having died, Capt. Talcott and John Deming sen. are desired to fill their place."

    [Charles William Manwaring (comp), A Digest of Early Connecticut Probate Records (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co, nd). Vol. 1: Hartford District, 1635-1700, p. 206 (citing Probate Vol. 3, p. 13-15.]

    Children of Lieutenant John10 Hollister and Joanna Treat (see #733) all born Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, were as follows:

    • i. Elizabeth9 Hollister; born c1640; married Capt. Samuel Welles, son of Gov. Thomas Welles (of Connecticut) and Elizabeth Hunt, c1659; died 1673 [Stephanie Lang, The Hollister Family Tree, 4 April 2001].

    • ii. Sgt. John Hollister Jr; born c1642; married Sarah Goodrich, daughter of Ensign William Goodrich and Sarah Marvin, 20 November 1667; died 24 November 1711 Glastonbury, Connecticut [Stephanie Lang, The Hollister Family Tree, 4 April 2001].

      John Jr. wrote a will on 22 November 1711, Glastonbury, Connecticut:

              Know all men by these presents: That whereas I, John Hollister, Sen. of Glastonbury, being sick, do make this my Last Will and Testament. My will is that what I have already settled upon my sons, viz., John, Thomas, David, and Ephraim Hollister, shall be the whole of what I shall give to each and every of them of my estate. What i have settled upon my daughter Sarah shall be the whole of her portion of my estate. What I have given my son, Joseph Hollister, and settled upon him, together with the seven acres of exchanged [land], the which I do hereby give and bequeath to him, whall be the whole of what he shall have of my estate. I give to my daughter, Elizabeth Hollister, single woman, all my moveable estate, a certain parcel of land and all that part of the estate of my late brother Lazarus Hollister that may fall to me by law, and also what belongs to me of my late brother Joseph Hollister's estate, all to be to her and to her heirs forever.

              John Hollister, Sen.     {LS}

              Witnesses: Daniel Andrews & Thomas Kimberly
      [Stephanie Lang, The Hollister Family Tree, 4 April 2001.]

    • iii. Lieutenant Thomas Hollister; born c1649; married 1st Elizabeth Lattimer, daughter of John Lattimer, c1672; married 2nd Elizabeth —(?)— c1690 (her 2nd husband); died 8 November 1701 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut [Stephanie Lang, The Hollister Family Tree, 4 April 2001].

    • iv. Mary Hollister; born c1650; married John Welles c1669 [Stephanie Lang, The Hollister Family Tree, 4 April 2001].

    • v. Joseph Hollister; born c1652; apparently lived to adulthood. [Stephanie Lang, The Hollister Family Tree, 4 April 2001].

      Joseph's will was probated 20 August 1674 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. Inventory was taken by John Nott Sr, John Kilbourn, Michael Griswold, Enoch Buck, & Eleazer Kimberly. Total value: £154 / 1 / 6. Administration was granted to "Mrs. Hollister [i.e., his mother], the personal estate to be divided equally among his Brothers and sister, the Real Estate according to the will of Lt. John Hollister." [Manwaring, Early Connecticut Probate Records, Vol. 1, p. 207 (citing Probate Vol. 3, p. 124)].

    • vi. Sarah Hollister; born c1654; married 1st Rev. Hope Atherton, son of Maj. Gen. Humphrey Atherton, c1674; married 2nd Lt. Timothy Baker c1679; died 8 December 1691 [Stephanie Lang, The Hollister Family Tree, 4 April 2001].

    • vii. Lazarus Hollister; born c1656; died September 1709 [Stephanie Lang, The Hollister Family Tree, 4 April 2001].

      His will was probated 28 November 1709 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. Inventory gave total value of estate as: £260 / 16 / 09. Distribution was made to his brothers and sisters [Stephanie Lang, The Hollister Family Tree, 4 April 2001].

    • 366 viii. Capt. Stephen Hollister.






    733. Joanna10 Treat (Richard, #1466). Christened 24 May 1618 South Trundle, Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England. Married Lt. John Hollister (see #732) March 1642 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. Died October 1694 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut [Stephanie Lang, The Hollister Family Tree, 4 April 2001].






    734. Mathias10 Treat. Born c1627 England. Married Mary Smith (see #735) 1648 Connecticut (her 1st husband). Died 18 July 1682 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.

    Known children of Mathias10 Treat and Mary Smith (see #735) were:






    735. Mary10 Smith. Born 1627? (in Connecticut?). Married 1st Mathias Treat (see #734) 1648 Connecticut. Married 2nd Anthony Wright before 1666 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. Married 3rd John Smith. Died 30 November 1692 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.






    Generation Eleven

    1216. Richard11 Ashcraft. Born before 1600 in England (possibly born c1572, based on unconfirmed Web data . . .). Married Alice Towers (see #1217), daughter of Thomas Towers and Alice Hawley. [Neal, Ashcraft Family.]

    Richard joined the East India Company in 1614, in London. His will reportedly was probated (in England) 7 May 1628.

    Children of Richard11 Ashcraft and Alice Towers (see #1217) were as follows:

    •        i. Elizabeth10 Ashcraft; christened at St. James Church, London, England [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 2].

    •        ii. Mary Ashcraft; christened at St. James Church, London, England [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 2].

    •        iii. Ann Ashcraft; christened at St. James Church, London, England [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 2].

    •        iv. Dorothy Ashcraft; christened 13 January 1613 at St. Mary's Church, Stockport, Cheshire, England; married 1st Agmundesham Muschamp, 21 December 1634 at St. Vedost Church, London, England (the church was located at Foster Lane & St. Michael); married 2nd Joseph Howe, 20 November 1651 at St. Margaret Pattens, London, England. She joined the East India Company after her father's death in 1629 [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 2].

    •        v. Edward Ashcraft; born 11 February 1615 London, England [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 2].

    • 608 vi. John Ashcraft.

    •        vii. Richard Ashcraft Jr; born 1624 London, England; married 1st Mary Towers, daughter of John Towers, before 1668; married 2nd Elizabeth Reading, daughter of Rev. William Reading, 13 December 1668 Southoe, Hampshire, England; died c.8 May 1670 at Little Paxton, Huntingdonshire, England, and was buried there [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 2].

      Richard Jr. apparently moved from London back to Stockport, since several of his children were christened there [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 2].






    1217. Alice11 Towers (Thomas, #2434). Born c1577 in England. Married Richard Ashcraft. Died 1702, probably in England.

    Alice is reported to have been the neice of Sir John Jolles, but I haven't been able to document this yet — except that he left her £50 in his will. Her own will reportedly was probated January 1703 (in England); John Jr. administered his grandmother's estate [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 1-2].






    1220. John11 Osborne. Born c1620 in England?

    Known children of John11 Osborne were:






    1222. Richard11 Oldage; born 1599? Dorchester, Dorsetshire, England; died 27 January 1661 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.

    Known children of Richard11 Oldage were:






    1280. John11 Landman; born circa 1600 (World Family Tree.); married Mary Unknown (see #1281) (World Family Tree.); died circa 1626 Virginia (World Family Tree.).

    Known children of John11 Landman (see #1281) were:






    1281. Mary11 Unknown; born circa 1604 (World Family Tree.); married John Landman (see #1280) (World Family Tree.).






    1408. Jacob11 Walichs (Pieter, #2816). Born in Winkel, the Netherlands. Married Tryn Willens (see #1409), date unknown, but probably in Winkel, the Netherlands [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 16]. Died in the Netherlands.

    Known children of Jacob11 Walichs and Tryn Willens (see #1409) were as follows:

    • i. Claes10 Walichs.

    • ii. Symon Wallichs; died 1649 Paulus Hook, Pavonia, New Jersey (killed by Indians outside his home) [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 14.].

      For details of Symon's journey back to Holland with his brother, Jacob, on Dutch West India Company business, see above under Jacob. About him, Van Rensselaer wrote: ". . . these two farmers who have been very helpful to me, namely Cornelius Maessen and Symon Walichs, you will give a fair chance of the men who are coming" [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 14]. He reportedly returned to New Amsterdam 1 October 1636 on the "Rennsslaerwyck," but he may have returned the previous year with Jacob [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 12].

      He was released from tithes between 1640 & 1642, presumably for his services to the Company. Until May 1647, he was maintaining a farm at Papscanee Island, New Netherlands. He migrated to the Pavonia Patent in New Jersey sometime after that date. At Symon's death, his name was recorded as "van der Bilt" [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 14].

    • iii. Pieter Walichs.

    • 704 iv. Jacob Walichs.






    1409. Tryn11 Willens. Born in the Netherlands. Married Jacob Walichs (see #1408), son of Pieter January Walichs. Died in the Netherlands. [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 16.]






    1412. Arian11 Sips; born circa 1600 (Ancestral File.).

    Known children of Arian11 Sips were:






    1414. Warner11 Van Schonevelt. Born Schonevelt, the Netherlands. Died New York.

    Known children of Warner11 Van Schonevelt were:






    1434. Roeloff11 —(?)—. Married Anneke Jans Webber (see #1435) 18 April 1623 in the Netherlands (her 1st husband).

    NOTE: His first name is known only by implication, because of the Dutch form of his daughter's name, below.

    Known children of Roeloff11 —(?)— and Anneke Jans Webber (see #1435) were:






    1435. Anneke Jans11 Webber. Born 15 January 1605 Maesterland, South Holland, Netherlands. Married 1st Roeloff —(?)— (see #1434) 18 April 1623 in the Netherlands. Married 2nd Everardus Bogardus after 1626 in the Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam. Died 23 February 1663 Everwyck, Albany, New York. Buried in Middle Cutch Church, Beaver Street, Everwyck, Albany, Albany County, New York.






    1442. Deacon Samuel11 Chapin (John, #2884). Christened 8 October 1598 St. John the Baptist Church, Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England. Married Cicely Penny (see #1443), daughter of Henry Penny and Jane —(?)—, 9 February 1623 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England. Died 11 November 1675 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. Buried in Chicopee Cemetery, Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001.]

    Samuel was a Deacon in the First Congregational Church. "In 1877, a bronze statue of 'The Puritan' by the famous sculptor Saint-Gaudens was presented to the city of Springfield and placed beside the public library on State Street. It was presented in memory of Deacon Samuel Chapin, although it is, of course, only an idealized portrait" [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001].

    Children of Deacon Samuel11 Chapin and Cicely Penny (see #1443) were as follows:

    • 721 i. Sarah10 Chapin.

    • ii. David Chapin; born 4 January 1625 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England; married Lydia Crump 29 August 1654 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts; died 16 August 1672 Boston,Suffolk County, Massachusetts [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001].

    • iii. Henry Chapin; born January 1630 Totnes Parish (in Berry Pomeroy?), Devonshire, England; died January 1630? Totnes Parish, Devonshire, England [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001].

    • iv. Catherine Chapin; born 1626 Totnes Parish (in Berry Pomeroy?), Devonshire, England; born 6 April 1630 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England; married 1st Nathaniel Bliss 20 November 1646 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts; married 2nd Thomas Gilbert 31 July 1655 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; married 3rd Samuel Marshfield 28 December 1664 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts; died 4 February 1712 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001].

    • v. Samuel Chapin Jr; born 25 January 1631 Totnes Parish (in Berry Pomeroy?), Devonshire, England; died 10 April 1634 Totnes Parish [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001].

    • vi. Henry Chapin; baptized 25 January 1631 Totnes Parish (in Berry Pomeroy), Devonshire, England; married Bethiah Cooley 15 December 1664 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts; died 15 August 1718 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001].

    • vii. John Chapin; baptized & died 16 January 1632 Totnes Parish (in Berry Pomeroy?), Devonshire, England [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001].

    • viii. Honor Chapin; baptized & (apparently) died 8 May 1636 Totnes Parish (in Berry Pomeroy?), Devonshire, England [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001].

    • ix. Josiah Chapin; baptized 29 October 1637 Totnes Parish (in Berry Pomeroy?), Devonshire, England; married Mary King 30 November 1658 Norfolk, Massachusetts; died 10 September 1726 Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001].

    • x. Deacon Japhet Chapin; baptized 15 October 1642 Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts; married 1st Abileneah Cooley, daughter of Samuel Cooley and Ann Prudden, 22 July 1664 Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut; married 2nd a woman whose name is not known to me, 31 May 1711 Enfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; died 20 February 1712 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts; buried in the Old Burying Ground, Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001].

      Japhet was also a Deacon of the 1st Congregational Church of Springfield. He was deeded a small strip of land by Capt. John Pyncheon on the Connecticut River in Milford, Connecticut, 16 November 1669. He took part in the Turner's Falls fight, in King Philip's War, 1676 [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001].

    • xi. Hannah Chapin; baptized 2 December 1644 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts married John Hitchcock 27 September 1666 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts; died 21 May 1719 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001].






    1443. Cicely11 Penny (Henry, #2886). Born 21 February 1601 Berry Pomeroy, Totnes Parish, Devonshire, England. Christened 27 February 1601 St. John the Baptist Church(?), Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England. Married Deacon Samuel Chapin (see #1442), son of John Chapin and Philippe Easton, 9 February 1623 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England. Died 8 February 1683 Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. Buried in Chicopee Cemetery, Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001.]






    1444. Sir Richard11 Belden (Francis Baildon, #2888). Baptized 26 May 1591 Kippax Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. However, there is also apparently a document on record, signed by him in 1613, stating that he was 19 years old, which would make him born in 1594. Married Margaret Ackrenden (see #1445), 9 December 1622 Heptonstall Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England (or in Kippax?). Died August 1655 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut [Manwaring, Early Connecticut Probate Records, Vol. 1, p. 215 (citing Probate Vol. 2, p. 58)]. [Descendants of Richard Belden of Wethersfield, Ct.; Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon,", 13 April 2001.]

    He migrated to Connecticut between 1636 and 1640. His name appears in the Wethersfield land records, 7 May 1641, regarding "one piece whereon a house is builded containing three acres, one rood, more or less, the ends abut against Broad Street North" (now located near the Ancient Burying Ground) [Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon,", 13 April 2001]. Richard also made a gift of land to his son (details not yet known) in October 1654 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut [Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon,", 13 April 2001].

    His will was probated 22 August 1655 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. The inventory, taken by John Talcott & John Nott, included 10 pieces of pewter, "one Karbine" and "one rapier," together with assorted household objects. The rapier has generally been taken as strong evidence that he was a "gentleman," in the English sense. Total value of estate: £111 / 19 / 0. Division of the estate ordered defered by the Court, 2 October 1655 (p. 82) [Manwaring, Early Connecticut Probate Records, Vol. 1, p. 215 (citing Probate Vol. 2, p. 58)].

    Children of Sir Richard11 Belden and Margaret Ackrenden (see #1445) were as follows:

    • i. Grace10 Belden.

    • ii. Sarah Belden.

    • iii. Ebenezer Belden.

    • iv. Susan Belden.

    • v. Mary Belden.

    • vi. William Belden; born circa 1622 Heptonstall Parish (?), Yorkshire (West Riding), England; married Thomasine Sherwood, c1644 Wethersfield(?), Hartford County, Connecticut (Descendants of Richard Belden of Wethersfield, Ct.) (Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon," http://members.tripod.com/~Silvie/Belden.html, 13 April 2001.); died Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut [Descendants of Richard Belden of Wethersfield, Ct.; Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon,", 13 April 2001].

      William was paid £2 10sh. "for 900 foot of boards and for the hingeing for the Meetinghouse seats" on 2 May 1648 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut [Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon,", 13 April 2001].

      The last Will & Testament of William Belden, late of Wethersfield:
              Imprimis: I give to my Sonne Sam: £15 when he shall com to the age of 21 years. Item: I give to my son Daniell Belden £15. I give to my son John Belden £15. I give to my daughter Susannah Belden £15 when she shall com to the Age of 18 yeares. I give to my daughter Mary Belden £15. I give to my son Nath: Belden £15. I make Commisin Belden my whole & sole Executrix. I doe also Desire Sam: Smith and Nath: Dickinson, senior, to be supervisors of this my Will, to doe wt they can to Advice and Counsell my wife, & to doe their best to take Care of my Little ones, and to see my Body to be honourably Buried.

      Witnesses: Thomas Wright               Will  X  Belden
                            Samuel Wright

      [Manwaring, Early Connecticut Probate Records, Vol. 1, p. 215 (citing Probate Vol. 2, p. 69-70].

    • 722 vii. Samuel Belden.

    • viii. John Belden; born c1623 Heptonstall Parish(?), Yorkshire (West Riding), England; born 4 February 1631 Kippax Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England; married Lydia Standish, daughter of Thomas Standish and Susanne Smith, 24 April 1656 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; died 27 June 1677 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut (or in Norwalk, Connecticut?) [Descendants of Richard Belden of Wethersfield, Ct.; Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon,", 13 April 2001].

      John was active in Wethersfield town affairs, as well as a large landowner and merchant. There are many references to him in both volumes of Stiles's "History of Ancient Wethersfield." He was listed as a trooper under Maj. John Mason in the minutes of the General Court of Election, 11 March 1657, in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; he fought in King Philip's War. On 21 May 1657, he was made a Freeman of Wethersfield. On 7 March 1661, he was sworn in as a Constable of Wethersfield. He served as juror, 5 March 1663, in Wethersfield. In February 1674, he was chosen as "ordinary" or tavern keeper for the entertainment of strangers and travelers (as required by law) [Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon,", 13 April 2001].

      His will was probated between 30 August 1677 (inventory) & 4 October 1697 (final distribution of the estate), in Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. The inventory of the estate was taken by James Treat, John Deming, & Samuel Wright, who valued it at £911 / 5 sh. / 8d [Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon,", 13 April 2001].






    1445. Margaret11 Ackrenden. Born c1602 Heptonstall Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England (or about 1591?) ; married Sir Richard Belden (see #1444), son of Sir Francis Baildon and Margaret Goodrick, 9 December 1622 Heptonstall Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England (or Kippax?). Died between 1632 and 1640. (She apparently died in Yorkshire and Richard emigrated with his sons.) [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001; Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon,", 13 April 2001.]






    1448. Edward11 Kibbe Jr (Edward, #2896). Born 1597 England (based on his grave marker). OR: Born 11 May 1611 Exeter, Devonshire, England [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 1]. Married 1st Mary Partridge (see #1449), daughter of John Partridge and Jane Hogg, June 1639 England. Married 2nd Grizzel —(?)— after 1664 Massachusetts. Died 1 November 1694 Wakefield, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Buried in the Old Congregational Church Burying Ground, Wakefield, Middlesex County, Massachusetts [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 1].

    Edward and Mary immigrated 1640 from Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He set up a sawmill on the Muddy River in what is now Brookline c1645. In 1662, he was Clerk of Market at Brookline, an office created probably to give the Muddy River district representation in Boston markets. He served intermittantly as Surveyor of Highways in Brookline, 1666-1683. He was listed as one of the contributors to the fund for the second meeting house in Roxbury. [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 1; Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 2.]

    Children of Edward11 Kibbe Jr and Mary Partridge (see #1449) were as follows:

    • i. Mary10 Kibbe; born 15 February 1640 Boston(?), Massachusetts; married 1st —(?)— Morrill (Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 1.); married 2nd Thomas Hodgman (Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 1.); died 10 November 1735 Wakefield, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; buried in Old Congregational Church Burying Ground, Wakefield, Middlesex County, Massachusetts [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 1; Pope, Pioneers of Massachusetts, p. 268-69].

    • ii. James Kibbe; born 29 March 1642 Boston(?), Suffolk County, Massachusetts; baptized 30 September 1645 Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts; married 1st Hannah —(?)—; married 2nd Sarah Stephenson, daughter of Andrew Stephenson, 23 October 1679 Charlestown, Massachusetts (her 2nd husband); died after 1681 Charlestown(?), Massachusetts (he appears on the tax rolls that year in Charlestown) [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 1; Pope, Pioneers of Massachusetts, p. 268-69].

      After about 1662, he lived in Dorchester, later in Cambridge, Concord, and Charlestown, Massachusetts [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 1].

    • 724 iii. Elisha Kibbe.

    • iv. Deborah Kibbe; baptized 7 November 1647 Boston, Massachusetts; married Thomas Parker 13 November 1667 Reading, Massachusetts [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 1; Essex Genealogist; Pope, Pioneers of Massachusetts, p. 268-69].

    • v. John Kibbe; baptized 27 July 1649 Boston(?), Massachusetts; buried in Boston(?), Massachusetts [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 1; Essex Genealogist; Pope, Pioneers of Massachusetts, p. 268-69].

    • vi. Reuben Kibbe; born 1652; died 1652 [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 1; Essex Genealogist; Pope, Pioneers of Massachusetts, p. 268-69].

    • vii. Elizabeth (or Eliza) Kibbe; born 27 January 1655 Boston(?), Massachusetts; married Abraham Randall, son of Philip Randall and Joanne Fush, 1681 (his 2nd wife) [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 1; Essex Genealogist; Pope, Pioneers of Massachusetts, p. 268-69].

    • viii. Rebecca Kibbe; born 1657 [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 1].

    • ix. Joshua Kibbe; born 1661; married Mary Comey 1688; died 1731 [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 1].

    • x. Hannah Kibbe; born 1663; unmarried; died 28 April 1695 Wakefield, Middlesex County, Massachusetts; buried in the Old Congregational Church Burying Ground, Wakefield, Middlesex County, Massachusetts [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 1].






    1449. Mary11 Partridge (John, #2898). Born 1618? Sutton(?), Kent, England. Married Edward Kibbe Jr (see #1448), son of Edward Kibbe and Deborah —(?)—, June 1639 England (his 1st wife). Probably died between 1663 and 1694 Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts (before her husband). [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 1.]






    1450. Henry11 Cook (Edmund Cooke, #2900). Christened 1 June 1615 Burford Parish, Shropshire, England. Married Judith Birdsall (see #1451), daughter of Henry Birdsall and Judith Kempe, 16 June 1639 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. Died 25 December 1661 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts [Essex Genealogist].

    Children of Henry11 Cook and Judith Birdsall (see #1451) both born Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, were as follows:

    • i. Samuel10 Cook; born 1641; married Mary Roberts, 4 July 1690 New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut; died 1702 Wallingford, Connecticut [Essex Genealogist].

    • 725 ii. Rachel Cook.






    1451. Judith11 Birdsall (Henry, #2902). Born (or christened?) 2 June 1619 St. Stephen's Parish, Norwich (city & parish), Norfolk, England [George A. Birdsall, The Birdsall Family: Genealogy and History of Interest to Every Living Descendant and Their Posterity, Rev. ed. (Annandale, VA: The Author, 1964), p. 5]. Married Henry Cook (see #1450), son of Edmund Cooke and Elizabeth Nicholls, 16 June 1639 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. Died 11 September 1689 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts [Essex Genealogist].






    1452. George11 Phelps (William, #2904). Born 1606? Tewksbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England. Married 1st Philury Randall, daughter of Philip Randall and Joanne Fush, 1637 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut (had 6 children). Married 2nd Frances Randall (see #1453), also a daughter of Philip Randall and Joanne Fush, 16 November (or 2 November?) 1648 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut (her 3rd husband; had 3 children). Died 8 May 1687 Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts (He had already sold most of his land to John Gunn, apparently planning to move back again to Windsor, but he died first.) [Phelps & Servin, Phelps Family of America, 2:1263; "20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001; The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001.]

    George sailed on 20 May 1630 from Plymouth, England, on the Mary & John as a single man, accompanied by his older brother, William, and his wife and family, and landed at Nantasket (Hull), Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. He was among the first settlers of Dorchester, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, together with his brother's family and other members of Rev. Mr. Warham's congregation [Phelps & Servin, Phelps Family of America, 2:1259].

    NOTE: We were surprised to discover that my wife, who is otherwise 80% of South Louisiana ancestry, is descended from George's brother, William Phelps — which makes us something like 12th cousins!

    From the Dorchester town records, January 1632: "George Phelps, with others, is to have the great lot of six acres a piece, next to the great lots laid out toward Nepousit, by Maverick, Warham, Garlord, and Rockwell" [Phelps & Servin, Phelps Family of America, 2:1259; Pope, Pioneers of Massachusetts, p. 356].

    On 28 October 1634 at Dorchester, he was chosen as one of ten men "to order the affairs of the Colony for one year." On 6 May 1635, at Dorchester, he was made a Freeman of Dorchester [Phelps & Servin, Phelps Family of America, 2:1259.) (Pope, Pioneers of Massachusetts, p. 356].

    In October 1635, he moved to Connecticut with the congregation of Rev. Mr. Warham, all of whom were the founders of town of Windsor, at the junction of the Famington River and the Great (now the Connecticut) River, near the lot of Joseph Loomis, who was said to have received the most desirable homestead in Windsor. The last known date at which he can be proved to be residing in Windsor was 11 October 1669. He migrated again in 1670, becoming of the founders of Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, in 1670 [Phelps & Servin, Phelps Family of America, 2:1259-62; Pope, Pioneers of Massachusetts, p. 356].

    He wrote a will on 24 April 1683 Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts:

            The Last Will and Testament of George Phelps of Westfield, in the County of Hampshire, in the Colony of the Massachusetts Company, who being cracy of Body though yet my Memory of understanding by God's Goodness is continued: yet not knowing the tyme of my departure which I wait for, & Desire to commit my Soule to God that gave it & my Body to christian Burial; & leave this as my Last Will. Concerning my wife If it shall please God to continue her after me, & concerning my children: And before I come to the disposal of my outward Estate, I desire thanke fully to acknowledge ye great and abundant Goodness of God to me in takeing care of mee & providing for me the Comforts of this life, the hopes of a better, in and through the abundant riches of his grace through Jesus Christ: And I desire to Leave this as a word of most solemn & weighty counsel to my deare children, firstly and chiefly above al things that they cleave to God, & to the Covenant of his grace with al theire hart, & with al their souls Laboring in sincerity to keep his Covenant & to walke in his wayes, to observe his statutes & do them, & to associate them selves with them that feare God to live in Love & peace both one with another & with al men, that so the God of Love & peace may dwel with them & keep them in his feare & crown they with his blessings especially with spiritual blessings in Christ Jesus.

            Concerning my Dear wife, I exhort my children to be careful & tender of her, Loveing and dutyful towards her in al things, that she wat nothing that may be necessary to her comfortable subsistence, to hearken & attend to her Counsel from time to time: and I give unto my wife, all my bedding, & house hold stuffe for her use & to be at her free dispose at her decease. And twenty pounds which is due to me from Tahan Graunt of Windsor, if she need it not herselfe, to be disposed of by her to such of her relations as she shall judge have most need: And for her maintainence while she lives, I give unto my wife Two pounds fifteen shillings per Annum, to be paid by my Son Joseph Phelps of Windsor, in Halfe wheate, and the other halfe Indian Corn during her life: Also I give unto my wife six pounds per Anum to be paid by my three Youngest Sons, Jacob, John & Nathaniel, each of them forty shilling, to be yearly paid during her life: further I give unto my wife the use of my Land at Windsor, which Lyes on the east side of the great River, being Ten Rods in breadth more or less, & a quarterly part of ye orchard & if these be expanded & the use of yearly income be not sufficient for her comfortable maintenance, then a part of al this Land shall be disposed of as need shall be: But if the Sale of this Land be not needed for my wives necessary use whilst she lives, then after her decease with what other Lands, now in Common may fal to me at Windsor, I give to my Sons as followeth:

            To my son Isaac a Third Part, & to my son Joseph a Third part, & the remaining third part I give to my sons Jacob, John and Nathaniel:

            Also I give to my Son Abraham three pounds to be paid by my three youngest sons, Jacob, John and nathaniel:

            Also I give to my son Jacob, four acres of the Notherly end of my home lot here in West feild, with the house, barns & orchard upon it, only reserving one end of the house for my wife whilst she lives: And seeing he hath al my buildings here, he shallhelp his brothers John & Nathaniel, if ye [they?] build in Westfeild, each of them a month work with his own hands, & his Team six days: And a third part of the fruit of the orchard to nathaniel for seven yeeres after the date here of. They maintaining each of them a third part of the fence of the orchard: Also I give to my son Jacob a third part of my Meadow Lands in Westfield, the whole being in estimation four score acres:

            ffurther I give to my son John al my land on the East side of the Highway at my house, with the Low Land by the River, for an home lot, one third part of my meadow Land in Westfeild, the whole being in estimation 80 acres.

            I give my son Nathaniel the remainder of my House Lot, being about seven acres & one third part of my Meadow in Westfeild, the whole being in estimation four score acres.

            I give to my son Isaac, the best coats of my wearing apparel, & my Mare, the colt I give to his son Isaac my grand child: the rest of my wearing apparel, I give to my Sons Jacob, John and Nathaneel. That this is my last wil & testament if I doe not otherwise order befor my Decease. I testify by subscribing my hand; And doe desire Ensign Lummes & my Son Isaac Phelps be over seers, & take care that my Last will be pformed [sic] to the true Intent & meaning thereof:

            And I doe order my three youngest Sons to se al my Just debts paid. And if anything appeare dubious, or any difficulty arise in or by the Interpreting, I order it may be referred to the hearing & determination of our Reverend Pastor Mr. Taylor and Ensign Lummes, whom I impower to determin the same as they shal Judge right; That this is my Last wil & Testament I testify by subscribing my hand the day & year before mentioned.

                 the Marke
                 of George Phelps

     

            Subscribed in the presence of
                 Edward Taylor,
                 Samuel Loommes,
                 Isaac Phelps.

    NOTE: The three witnesses attested to the signature, etc, before Judge John Pyncheon of the Prerogative Court of Hampshire County, 6 June 1687. Recorded 15 June 1687.

    His will was probated 6 June 1687 Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. [Phelps & Servin, Phelps Family of America, 2:1263-67; Pope, Pioneers of Massachusetts, p. 356.]

    Children of George11 Phelps and Frances Randall (see #1453) all born Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, were as follows:

    • 726 i. Jacob10 Phelps.

    • ii. John Phelps; born 15 February 1652; married Sarah Buckland 1673 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut; died 1742 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut [Phelps & Servin, Phelps Family of America, 2:1268; The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001].

    • iii. Nathaniel Phelps; born 9 December 1653; died June 1723 Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts [Phelps & Servin, Phelps Family of America, 2:1275; The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001].






    1453. Frances11 Randall (Philip, #2906). Born 1610? Dorsetshire, England. Married 1st Joseph Clark, c1635 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut (or possibly married in Dorchester, Massachusetts). Married 2nd Thomas Dewey Jr, 22 March 1638 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut. Married 3rd George Phelps (see #1452), son of William Phelps and Dorothy Unknown, 16 November 1648 (or 2 November?) Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut (his 2nd wife). Died 27 September 1690 Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. [Phelps & Servin, Phelps Family of America, 2:1260; "20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001; The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001.]






    1454. John11 Ingersoll (Thomas, #2908); christened 12 November 1624 St. Dunstan's Church, Stepney, Middlesex, England (the IGI cites the St. Dunstan's parish register, which I have not yet seen). Baptized 10 September 1626(?) St. Werburgh's Church, Derby (city & parish), Derbyshire, England. Married 1st Dorothy Lord (see #1455), daughter of Thomas Lord and Dorothy Bird, April 1651. Married 2nd Abigail Bascomb, daughter of Thomas Bascomb and Avis —(?)—, 12 December 1657 Northampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts (or 2 December 1656?). Married 3rd Mary Hunt 1667 Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. Died 3 September 1684 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. Buried in Old Westfield Cemetery, Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts. [David L. Greene, "The English Origin (and Spiritual Turmoil) of John Ingersoll of Westfield, Massachusetts," The New England Historical and Genealogical Register 151 (April 1997): 153-65; Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 371; Steven Beckler's web site, 4 May 2001; Long Island Genealogy, 5 April 2001.]

    John was fined 10 shillings by the Connecticut Particular Court for breach of the law against lying, 28 November 1654 Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut. He wrote a "relation" or confession, considered "extraordinary" by Greene. Its contents suggest he suffered from clinical depression [Greene, "English Origin of John Ingersoll," NEHGR 151 (April 1997): 153-65].

    Children of John11 Ingersoll and Dorothy Lord (see #1455) all born Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, were as follows:

    • i. Hannah10 Ingersoll; born 1652; married Stephen Kelsey 15 November 1672 Hartford County, Connecticut; died Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut; died after 5 December 1714 Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut [Long Island Genealogy, 5 April 2001].

    • 727 ii. Dorothy Ingersoll.

    • iii. Margery (or Margaret) Ingersoll; born January 1656; married Jacob Goffe 5 December 1679 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut [Manwaring, Early Connecticut Probate Records, Vol. 1, p. 215 (citing Probate Vol. 3, p. 142].






    1455. Dorothy11 Lord (Thomas, #2910). Christened 1 July 1629 Towcester Parish, Northamptonshire, England; born c1631; married John Ingersoll (see #1454), son of Thomas Ingersoll and Margery Eaton, April 1651 (his 1st wife); died 3 January 1657 Northampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts [Greene, "English Origin of John Ingersoll," NEHGR 151 (April 1997): 153-65; Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 371; Long Island Genealogy, 5 April 2001].






    1456. James11 Chidester (Unknown, #2912). Born before 1615? Devonshire, England. Married Mary —(?)— (see #1457) before 1635. Died 27 February 1651 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts (actually, however, the Records of First Salem Church indicate he was "removed" before this date; he may have died at sea). [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage."]

    He was possibly a sailor or some other sort of maritime worker. In 1643, at Taunton, Massachusetts, he appears on a survey conducted to determine who was able to bear arms) (Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage.").

    Children of James11 Chidester and Mary Unknown (see #1457) were as follows:

    • 728 i. James10 Chidester Jr.

    • ii. Mary Chidester; born 1643; christened 21 February 1650 Salem First Church, Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts; married John Marston; died 25 May 1686 [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage"].

    • iii. John Chidester; christened 21 February 1650 Salem First Church, Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage"].

      He migrated to Huntington Harbor, Long Island, New York, c1668. In 1674, he was living at Huntington Harbor, Long Island, New York [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage"].

    • iv. Martha Chidester; christened 21 February 1650 Salem First Church, Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage"].

    • v. Elizabeth Chidester; christened 26 January 1654 Salem First Church, Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage"].






    1457. Mary11 —(?)—. Married James Chidester (see #1456), son of Unknown Chidester, before 1635. [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage."]






    1458. Jonathan11 Porter. Married Eunice —(?)—. (see #1459) [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage."]

    On 2 October 1684(?), in Essex County, Massachusetts, he and James Chidester Jr took part in a land transaction: "Jonathan Porter of Salem, Massachusetts, Essex County, a planter, hath sold unto James Chichester his dwelling house, with the land adjoining being about 1-3/4 acres, for and in consideration that the said James shall freely allow and give meat, drink and lodging unto his wife Eunice Porter during her widowhood, in case the said Jonathan shall dye before her" [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage," citing Essex County Deeds, vol. 8, p. 293].

    Known children of Jonathan11 Porter and Eunice (--?--) (see #1459) were:






    1459. Eunice11 —(?)—. Married Jonathan Porter (see #1458). [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage."]






    1466. Richard11 Treat (Robert, #2932). Born 28 August 1584 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England. Married Alice Gaylord (see #1467), daughter of Hugh Gaylaud and Alice —(?)—, 27 April 1615 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England. [Pam's Genealogy Page, 29 April 2001.]

    He immigrated c1630 to Dorchester, Massachusetts, migrated to Watertown, Massachusetts, in 1635and then to Wethersfield, New Haven County, Connecticut, in 1637. In June 1642, in Wethersfield, New Haven County, Connecticut, he was listed as a Juror (this is the first mention of him in Connecticut). Between 1644 and 1664, he served as Delegate to the Connecticut Assembly from Wethersfield, and was a patentee under the Royal Charter of 1662. Between 1657 and 1665, he was Governor's Assistant in Connecticut.

    In February 1653, he was an Ensign in the Wethersfield Train Band. In March 1658, he was a Corporal in the Connecticut colonial troops.

    He wrote a will, 13 February 1668 Wethersfield, New Haven County, Connecticut, which was probated (inventoried) on 3 March 1670.

    Children of Richard11 Treat and Alice Gaylord (see #1467) were as follows:

    • i. Honor10 Treat; baptized 19 March 1616 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England; married John Deming, son of Jonathan Deming and Elizabeth Gilbert, c1637 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut; died Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.

    • 733 ii. Joanna Treat.

    • iii. Sarah Treat; born 6 December 1620 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England; married Matthew Canfield, son of Gregory Canfield and Joan Merrill(?), c1643 New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut; died 1673 Newark, Essex County, New Jersey.

    • iv. Richard Treat Jr; born 9 January 1623 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England; died 1693 Wethersfield, New Haven County, Connecticut.

    • v. Robert Treat; born 25 February 1625 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England; married 1st Jane Tapp, daughter of Edmund Tapp and Anna Unknown, 1647 Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut; married 2nd Elizabeth Powell, daughter of Michael Powell and Abigail Unknown, 22 October 1705 Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut; died 12 July 1710 Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut; buried in Old Burying Ground, Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut.

      Robert moved to Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut, in 1639, and was active in laying out the town. Between 1653 and 1659, he served as Delegate to the General Assembly of the New Haven Colony. Between 1659 and 1664, he was a member of the Connecticut Governor's Council. On 11 May 1676, he was appointed Deputy Governor of Connecticut Colony. In 1683, he succeeded as Royal Governor on the death of Gov. William Lette, and was governor during the famous "Charter Oak" affair. He served, with a brief hiatus, until 1698. In 1684, he was President of the United Colonies of New England.

      In May 1654, at Milford, he was appointed Lieutenant of the Milford Train Band. In May 1661, he was appointed Captain of the Milford Train Band. In 1675, he was appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Connecticut Dragoons at the outbreak of King Philip's War.

    • vi. Elizabeth Treat; born 25 July 1627 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England; married George Wolcott, c1649.






    1467. Alice11 Gaylord (Hugh Gaylaud, #2934); baptized 10 May 1594 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England. Married Richard Treat (see #1466), son of Robert Treat and Honora —(?)—, 27 April 1615 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England. Died after 1670 in Connecticut. (The name appears variously as Gaylard & Gaylaud.) [Pam's Genealogy Page, 29 April 2001.]






    Generation Twelve

    2434. Thomas12 Towers; married Alice Hawley (see #2435) (Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 1.).

    They apparently lived at Hinton Manor, Haddenham, Cambridgeshire, England, and Thomas was a brother of John Towers [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 1-2]

    .

    Children of Thomas12 Towers and Alice Hawley (see #2435) were:






    2435. Alice12 Hawley. Married Thomas Towers (see #2434) [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 1].

    Alice apparently was related in some way to Henry Hawley [Neal, Ashcraft Family, p. 1].






    2816. Pieter Jan12 Walichs (Jan, #5632).

    Known children of Pieter Jan12 Walichs were as follows:

    • i. Dirck11 Walichs. Married Lysbet —(?)— [Van Winkle, A Genealogy of the Van Winkle Family, p. 16].

    • 1408 ii. Jacob Walichs.






    2884. John12 Chapin (Roger, #5768). Born 30 June 1560 Totnes Parish, Devonshire, England. Baptized 25 September 1566 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England. Married Philippe Easton (see #2885), daughter of Henry Easton and Joan Cliffe, 14 September 1590 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England. Died 1 June 1600 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England. [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001.]

    Children of John12 Chapin and Philippe Easton (see #2885) all born Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England, were as follows:

    • i. Joane11 Chapin; baptized 26 June 1591; married James Narracott 9 July 1611 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001].

    • ii. Thomas Chapin; baptized 26 June 1591; died before 1596? Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001].

    • iii. Philippe Chapin; born & died 6 January 1594 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001].

    • iv. Thomas Chapin; born 8 May 1597; married Bridget Hannaford 7 August 1620 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England; died 27 May 1628 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001].

    • 1442 v. Deacon Samuel Chapin.

    • vi. Margaret Chapin; baptized 16 November 1600; died 11 December 1600 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001].






    2885. Philippe12 Easton (Henry, #5770). Born 1569-1571(?) Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England. Married John Chapin (see #2884), son of Roger Chapin, 14 September 1590 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England. Died 20 January 1615 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England. [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001.]






    2886. Henry12 Penny (William, #5772). Born 12 December 1571 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England. Married Jane —(?)— (see #2887) 10 July 1589 Paignton Parish(?), Devonshire, England. Died 18 May 1630 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England.

    Known children of Henry12 Penny and Jane —(?)— (see #2887) were:






    2887. Jane12 (--?--). Born 1573 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England. Married Henry Penny (see #2886), son of William Penny, 10 July 1589 Paignton Parish(?), Devonshire, England. Died 29 October 1637 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England.






    2888. Sir Francis12 Baildon (George, #5776). Born 1560 Kippax Parish(?), Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married 1st France Johnson (4 children). Married 2nd Margaret Goodrick (see #2889), daughter of Richard Goodrick and Claire Norton, 1584 (or 1590?) Ribston Manor, Hunsingore, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married 3rd Isabel Tyrwhit (no issue). Married 4th Anna Coleby (no issue). Died 20 June 1622 Monk Frystone, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001; Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon,", 13 April 2001.]

    Children of Sir Francis12 Baildon and Margaret Goodrick (see #2889) were as follows:

    • i. Henry11 Baildon.

    • ii. Claire Baildon.

    • iii. William Baildon.

    • iv. Cuthbert Baildon.

    • v. Martin Baildon.

    • vi. Thomas Baildon.

    • vii. Muriel Baildon.

    • 1444 viii. Sir Richard Belden.






    2889. Margaret12 Goodrick (Richard, #5778). Born 1564 Ripston Manor, Hunsingore, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married Sir Francis Baildon (see #2888), son of George Baildon and Anne Folkingham, 1584 (or 1590?) Ribston Manor, Hunsingore, Yorkshire (West Riding), England (his 2nd wife). Died 22 September 1598 Kippax Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001; Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon,", 13 April 2001.]






    2896. Edward12 Kibbe. Married Deborah —(?)— (see #2897) before 1596 Exeter, Devonshire, England. [Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 2.]

    Known children of Edward12 Kibbe and Deborah —(?)— (see #2897) were:






    2897. Deborah12 —(?)—. Married Edward Kibbe (see #2896) before 1596 Exeter, Devonshire, England. [Griffiths, Edward Kibbe, New England Colonist, p. 2.]






    2898. John12 Partridge (Bartholomew, #5796). Born 1578? Olney Parish, Buckinghamshire, England. Married Jane Hogg (see #2899), daughter of Francis Hogg, 11 May 1619 St. Gregory by St. Paul's Church, London, England. Died 1652 Olney Parish, Buckinghamshire, England. ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]

    Children of John12 Partridge and Jane Hogg (see #2899) were as follows:

    • 1449 i. Mary11 Partridge.

    • ii. John Partridge; born 1620? Navestock Parish, Essex, England; died 28 May 1706 Medfield, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.

    • iii. Jane Partridge; born 1624? Navestock Parish, Essex, England.

    • iv. William Partridge; christened 8 May 1625 Navestock Parish(?), Essex, England; died 1691? Medfield, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.

    • v. Elizabeth Partridge; born 1626? Navestock Parish, Essex, England; died 1710?

    • vi. Margaret Partridge; born 1628? Navestock Parish, Essex, England; died 7 February 1711 Medfield, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.






    2899. Jane12 Hogg (Francis, #5798). Born 1598-1600? Navestock Parish (Beddenshall), Essex, England. Married John Partridge (see #2898), son of Bartholomew Partridge and Pernel Greene, 11 May 1619 St. Gregory by St. Paul's Church, London, England. Died after 1620 Navestock Parish (Beddenshall), Essex, England (or did she make it to Massachusetts and die in Medfield?). ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]






    2900. Edmund12 Cooke (Henry, #5800). Born c1568 De Northclay(?), Kent, England. Married Elizabeth Nicholls (see #2901), daughter of John Nicholls, 1603 Leyden, Netherlands (OR c1614 Denorthclay, Kent, England?). ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]

    Known children of Edmund12 Cooke and Elizabeth Nicholls (see #2901) were:






    2901. Elizabeth12 Nicholls (John, #5802). Born c1573 De Northclay(?), Kent, England. Married Edmund Cooke (see #2900), son of Henry Cooke and Anne Goodere, 1603 Leyden, Netherlands (OR c1614 Denorthclay, Kent, England?). ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]






    2902. Henry12 Birdsall (Henry, #5804). Born c1578 Chapelry of Birdsall, Malton, Yorkshire (East Riding), England. Born 1578? (or c1586?) Norwich (city & parish), Norfolk, England (OR c1589 Malton Parish, Yorkshire (East Riding), England?). Married Judith Kempe (see #2903), daughter of William Kempe, 9 April 1610 St. Stephen's Church, Norwich (city & parish), Norfolk, England. Died c July 1651 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. [Birdsall, Birdsall Family, p. 6; "20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]

    He immigrated to Massachusetts in 1632 [Birdsall, Birdsall Family, p. 5]. On 2 May 1638, at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, he was registered as a Freedman. By 1644, he was living at New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut (lived with his son for a year or two). He was paid £3 / 15 sh. per year to keep the Meeting House clean for all public meetings. He also was paid £3 / 17 sh. for work in constructing a bridge, 3 December 1644, New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut [Birdsall, Birdsall Family, p. 5-6].

    His will was probated 28 September 1651 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. The inventory, taken 17 November 1651, included:
         1 dwelling and outhouse, 1-1/4 acres land     £10 / 10 sh.
         1/2 acre Salt Marsh upland in Southfield     £4 / 10 sh.
         2 cows and hay     £10 / 10 sh.
         Personal goods     £33 / 19 sh
    [Birdsall, Birdsall Family, p. 6 (citing Probate Records of Essex County, Massachusetts, vol. 1, p. 123)].

    Known children of Henry12 Birdsall and Judith Kempe (see #2903) were:






    2903. Judith (or Agnes)12 Kempe (William, #5806). Born c1589 Norwich (city & parish), Norfolk, England. Married Henry Birdsall (see #2902), son of Henry Birdsall and Alice —(?)— of Doncasater, 9 April 1610 St. Stephen's Church, Norwich (city & parish), Norfolk, England. Died before 1632 England. ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]






    2904. William12 Phelps (James, #5808). Baptized 4 August 1560 Tewkesbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England. Married Dorothy —(?)— (see #2905). Died 28 September 1611 Tewkesbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England. ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001; The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001.]

    He was Bailiff and later Mayor of Tewkesbury [The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001].

    Children of William12 Phelps and Dorothy —(?)— (see #2905) were as follows:

    • i. Mary11 Phelps; baptized 13 April 1588 Tewkesbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England [The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001].

    • ii. Thomas Phelps; baptized 24 June 1590 Tewkesbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England [The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001].

    • iii. Dorothy Phelps; baptized 28 February 1595 Tewkesbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England [The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001].

    • iv. William Phelps Jr; baptized 28 February 1599 Tewkesbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England; married 1st Elizabeth Marshall 1620 Tewkesbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England; married 2nd Mary Ann Dover c1638 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut ; died 14 July 1672 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut [The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001].

    • v. James Phelps; born 14 July 1601 Tewkesbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England [The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001].

    • vi. Frances Elizabeth Phelps; baptized 9 May 1603 Tewkesbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England [The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001].

    • 1452 vii. George Phelps.

    • viii. Richard Phelps; baptized 26 December 1609 Tewkesbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England [The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001].






    2905. Dorothy12 —(?)—. Born c1565 Tewkesbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England. Married William Phelps (see #2904), son of James Phelps and Joan —(?)—. Died 1613 Tewksbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England. ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001; The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001.]






    2906. Philip12 Randall. Born 1574? Allington, Dorsetshire, England. Married Joanne Fush (see #2907) 10 April 1608 Dorsetshire(?), England. Died 6 May 1662 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut.

    Children of Philip12 Randall and Joanne Fush (see #2907) were as follows:

    • i. Abraham11 Randall; born 1609? Dorsetshire, England; married 1st Mary Ware 1640; married 2nd Elizabeth Kibbe, daughter of Edward Kibbe Jr and Mary Partridge, 1681; died 21 August 1690 [Hanna, Kibbe Genealogical Notes, p. 1].

    • 1453 ii. Frances Randall.

    • iii. Philip Randall Jr (1); born 1613 Dorsetshire, England; died before 1618 Dorsetshire, England.

    • iv. Philip Randall Jr (2); born 1618 Dorsetshire, England; died 1662.

    • v. Philury Randall; christened 29 April 1618 Westfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts; married George Phelps, son of William Phelps and Dorothy —(?)—, 1637 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut (his 1st wife; had 6 children); died 29 April 1648 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut [Phelps & Servin, Phelps Family of America, 2:1259; The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001].






    2907. Joanne12 Fush. Born 1578? Dorsetshire, England. Married Philip Randall (see #2906) 10 April 1608 Dorsetshire(?), England. Died 24 August 1665 Windsor(?), Hartford County, Connecticut.






    2908. Thomas12 Ingersoll (also Inkerstall) (John, #5816). Born c1593 Derby, Derbyshire, England. Married Margery Eaton (see 2909), daughter of John Eaton, 15 December 1620 St. Dunstan's Church, Stepney, Middlesex, England [IGI, Middlesex (citing St. Dunstan's parish register]. Buried in St. Werburgh's Church, Derby (city & parish), Derbyshire, England. [Greene, "English Origin of John Ingersoll," NEHGR 151 (April 1997): 153-65.]

    He moved to Stepney, Middlesex (now a part of Greater London) and became a ropemaker sometime before November 1624. About 1626, he returned to Derby, where he became a shoemaker. In 1661, at Derby, he paid 2 shillings to the "Free and Voluntary Present" at the Restoration of King Charles. He appeared on the tax lists between 1662 and 1670 Derby, Derbyshire, England; assessed for one hearth during this period. He was paid by the city of Derby in 1677, 1678, 1680, & 1682 for performing his duties as town crier. [Greene, "English Origin of John Ingersoll," NEHGR 151 (April 1997): 153-65.]

    He wrote a will 12 August 1673 at Derby, Derbyshire, England — because he was sickly and weak, but he recovered and lived another eight years.

    Children of Thomas12 Ingersoll and Margery Eaton (see #2909) were as follows:

    • 1454 i. John11 Ingersoll.

    • ii. John Ingersoll; baptized 12 November 1624 St. Dunstan's Church, Stepney, Middlesex, England; buried in St. Dunstan's Church, Stepney, Middlesex, England [Greene, "English Origin of John Ingersoll," NEHGR 151 (April 1997): 153-65].

    • iii. Thomas Ingersoll Jr; baptized 14 April 1628 St. Werburgh's Church, Derby (city & parish), Derbyshire, England; died after 1681 Derby(?), Derbyshire, England [Greene, "English Origin of John Ingersoll," NEHGR 151 (April 1997): 153-65].

    • iv. Sarah Ingersoll; baptized 27 February 1630 St. Alkmund's Church, Derby (city & parish), Derbyshire, England; died after 1673 Derby(?), Derbyshire, England [Greene, "English Origin of John Ingersoll," NEHGR 151 (April 1997): 153-65].

    • v. Hester Ingersoll; baptized 30 October 1631 St. Alkmund's Church, Derby (city & parish), Derbyshire, England [Greene, "English Origin of John Ingersoll," NEHGR 151 (April 1997): 153-65].

    • vi. Elizabeth Ingersoll; baptized 20 October 1633 St. Werburgh's Church, Derby (city & parish), Derbyshire, England [Greene, "English Origin of John Ingersoll," NEHGR 151 (April 1997): 153-65].

    • vii. Samuel Ingersoll; baptized 14 October 1638 St. Werburgh's Church, Derby (city & parish), Derbyshire, England; died after 1681 Derby(?), Derbyshire, England [Greene, "English Origin of John Ingersoll," NEHGR 151 (April 1997): 153-65].

      Sometime after 1681, he succeeded his father as town crier in Derby [Greene, "English Origin of John Ingersoll," NEHGR 151 (April 1997): 153-65].






    2909. Margery12 Eaton (John, #5818). Christened 28 November 1604 St. Dunstan's Church, Stepney, Middlesex, England. Married Thomas Ingersoll (see #2908), son of John Ingersoll and Rose Taley, 15 December 1620 St. Dunstan's Church, Stepney, Middlesex, England. Buried in St. Werburgh's Church, Derby (city & parish), Derbyshire, England. [Greene, "English Origin of John Ingersoll," NEHGR 151 (April 1997): 153-65.]






    2910. Thomas12 Lord (Richard, #5820). Born c1585 Towcester Parish, Northamptonshire, England. Married Dorothy Bird (see #2911), daughter of Robert Bird and Amy —(?)—, 20 February 1611 Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England (NOTE: IGI has same-date listings for both Towcester & Peterborough). [Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 371]. Died 17 May 1678 Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut. [Long Island Genealogy, 5 April 2001.]

    He embarked at London on the "Elizabeth and Ann," with his wife Dorothy and their children, and arrived in Massachusetts 19 April 1635. He was 50, Dorothy was 46. Children: Thomas (16), Ann (14), William (12), John (10), Robert (9), Aymie (6), Dorothy (4) [Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 371].

    In 1639, he was an original proprietor at Hartford, Connecticut. His home lot was on the highway on the bank of the Little River, now Wells Street [Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 371; Greene, "English Origin of John Ingersoll," NEHGR 151 (April 1997): 153-65].

    Children of Thomas12 Lord and Dorothy Bird (see #2911) were as follows:

    • i. Capt. Richard11 Lord; born circa 1611 Northamptonshire, England; christened 5 January 1611 Towcester Parish, Northamptonshire, England [International Genealogical Index (IGI)]; married Sarah Graves(?) 1635; died 10 May (or 17 May?) 1662 New London, New London County, Connecticut [Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 371; Long Island Genealogy, 5 April 2001].

      He was living in 1632 at Cambridge, Massachusetts. On 4 March 1635, at Cambridge, Massachusetts, he was listed as a Freeman. He migrated to Hartford, Connecticut, in 1636;. in 1639, his home lot was one west of his father's. In 1642, he was a Constable in Hartford, and was listed as a "Townsman" in 1645. He represented Hartford in the General Court from 1656 until his death in 1662. When the first troop of horse was organized in Connecticut in 1658, he was chosen its Commander and distinguished himself in the Indian wars. He was widely regarded as "one of the most energetic and efficient men in the colony" [Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 371].

    • ii. Dr. Thomas Lord; born c1619 Northamptonshire, England; married Hannah Thurston 28 September 1652 Boston, Massachusetts (her 1st husband); died c March 1662 (or in 1667?) Wethersfield(?), Hartford County, Connecticut [Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 371-72; Long Island Genealogy, 5 April 2001].

      In 1639, he owned a home lot in Hartford "by the town's courtesy" on what is now Wells Street, next west of his brother, Capt. Richard Lord. In 1653, he was engaged by the General Court "to continue his aboade in Hartford for the next ensuing year, and to improve his best skill amongst the inhabitants of the townes upon the River within this jurisdiction, both for setting of bones and otherwise," for which he was paid a salary of £15; he was also to receive for house calls in Hartford 12d, in Windsor 5d, in Mattabeset (Middletown) 8s, in Farmington 6s, & in Wethersfield 3s.

      He wrote a will 28 October 1661 Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, naming his wife, Hannah, and eldest daughter, Dorothy. He left the house and land in Hartford as well as in Wethersfield to "eldest daughter Dorothy, incapable of caring for herself." The will was probated 5 April 1662 at Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. Inventory: total value £202 / 18 [Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 371-72].

    • iii. Anne Lord; born c1621 Northamptonshire, England; married Thomas Stanton 1638; died 1688 [Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 371; Long Island Genealogy, 5 April 2001].

    • iv. William Lord; born c1623 Northamptonshire, England; married Lydia —(?)— [Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 371; Long Island Genealogy, 5 April 2001].

    • v. John Lord; born c1625 Northamptonshire, England; married Rebecca Bushnell [Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 371; Long Island Genealogy, 5 April 2001].

    • vi. Robert Lord; born c1627 Northamptonshire, England [Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 371; Long Island Genealogy, 5 April 2001].

    • vii. Amy Lord; born c1629 Northamptonshire, England; married John Gilbert [Manwaring, Early Connecticut Probate Records, Vol. 1, p. 215 (citing Probate Vol. 3, p. 142; Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 371; Long Island Genealogy, 5 April 2001].

    • 1455 viii. Dorothy Lord.






    2911. Dorothy12 Bird (Robert, #5822). Born 25 May 1588 Towcester Parish, Northamptonshire, England. Married Thomas Lord (see #2910), son of Richard Lord and Joan Unknown, 20 February 1611 Peterborough, Northamptonshire, England. Died c March 1675 Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut. [Manwaring, Early Connecticut Probate Records, Vol. 1, p. 215 (citing Probate Vol. 3, p. 142; Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 371; Long Island Genealogy, 5 April 2001].

    She wrote a will on February 1669 in Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut:

            I Dorothy Lord of Hartford do declare this to be my last Will & Testament:
            First, that all my Just Debts be paid out of my Estate. I do give my now Dwelling house & Barne and my Homelott and my lower Lott in the lower Meadow unto the Children of my son Thomas Lord, Dec'd, at the age of 18 years. Item: I give unto my daughter Amy Gilbert and her Children 3 acres of Meadow & Swamp land in the upper Lott in the Long Meadow next to that Mrs Olcott hath now in possession.
            It.: I give unto my son Robert Lord, if he live after my decease so long as to have notice of this my Will, 3 acres in my upper Lott adjoining to that which I have given my daughter Gilbert.      It.: I give unto my son William Lord 2 acres in my Great Lott in the Long Meadow next adjoining that which I have given to my son Robert.
            It.: I give unto my son John Lord £10 in Current Pay of the Country.
            It.: Whereas my gr. son Richard Lord hath disbursed several sums of Money or Country pay for the Building of my Chimneys and Shingling my House & repayers about it, I doe for the payment of him, Give, Grant & Confirm unto him & his heirs forever all that my Meadow Lott in the Long Meadow which abutts upon the Great River East, the Little River West, Mr. Westwood's Land North, & Barth. Barnard's Land South.
            I do also give to my sd. gr. son Richard Lord all the remainder of my upper Lott in the Long Meadow which I have not given to my sons Robert and William and my daughter Gilbert and their Children, he paying the Legacies hereafter expressed.
            To my son John, £10. I give unto my gr. Child Hannah Ingersoll my youngest Cow, and my 3 Cows I give unto my gr. children, Dorothy and Margaret Ingersoll.
            I give all my Moveable Estate & Cattle to my son William Lord, my gr. son Richard Lord, my daughter Stanton, my daughter Gilbert, and the Children of my daughter Ingersoll, the whole to be divided into five parts, and my daughter Ingersoll's children to have one part and the rest each of them one part.
            I give unto the wife of Nicholas Clarke 10 Shillings. I Constitute my son William and my gr. son Richard Executors, and desire my friend Mr. John Allyn to be Overseer.

            Witness:     John Allyn                                                  Dorothy  X   Lord
                               Stephen Hopkins

    The will was probated 14 May 1675 Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, inventory having been taken 12 May 1675 by George Grave & John Shepherd. Total value: £187 / 17 / 08.

    Dorothy Lord doth order the Dispose of her household stuff, after her decease, as followeth: I give to Rochard Lord's wife my iron Drippin pan & Great Pewter Pye Plate. Unto Richard Lord Jun. my Great Brass Pott. I give unto Mr. Haynes one payre of my best Sheets & two Napkins & a pewter pye Plate (smaller one) & one pewter Candle Stick. I give unto my daughter Stanton my Great Brass Pann & my great Bible. I give to my son William Lord my Silver Drinking Bowle & my Great Brass Kettle. I give to my daughter Gilbert my lesser Brass Pann & a Brass Scummer & a Brass Chaffing Dish; a great pewter platter to Elizabeth Gilbert & Two Joynt stooles. I give to my daughter Lord, widow, my bed I lye on & A feather boulster & a brass Skillett. I give to Dorothy Phelps my Coverlid & a feather pillow beere. I give to Margery Ingersoll a white blankett & a pillow. I give to Hanna Kellsey my hood, a scarfe, a Hatt, & a great white Chest, a feather bed & Two Blanketts, a Bowlster & Two pillows, Two payre of sheets, one small pott, one small Brass ketle, one warming pann, & one payre of Curtains & Curtain rods, & one brass Candlestick, & all my Earthern ware. I give to my son Thomas his Children all the utensills about the fire that are now in my house, & my Table & forme & Chayres. I give to Mary Lord Jun., daughter of my son Thomas, my bedstead. I give to Marjory Ingersoll & her Sister Dorothy, to Each twenty shillings.

    Will proven: Court Record, p. 149 (14 May 1675).

    [Manwaring, Early Connecticut Probate Records, Vol. 1, p. 215 (citing Probate Vol. 3, p. 142).) (Barbour, Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut, p. 371.]






    2912. —(?)—12 Chidester.

    Known children of —(?)—12 Chidester were as follows:

    • i. William11 Chidester; married Mary —(?)— [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage."].

      He was Master of the ship "Hopewell" and appears as such in records of Marblehead, Taunton, and Salem, Massachusetts. He lived in 1645 at Marblehead, Massachusetts, and in 1650 at Salem, Massachusetts. [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage.".]

      He wrote a will 23 March 1687 in Norfolk County, Virginia, which was probated 17 May 1698 in Norfolk [Moore, "Chidester/Chichester Lineage."].

    • 1456 ii. James Chidester.






    2932. Robert12 Treat (or Trott, or Trotte) (Richard, #5864). Born c1538 hamlet of Trundle, Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England. Married Honora —(?)— (see #2933) circa 1563 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England. Died 16 February 1599? Taunton Manor, Staplegrove, Somerset, England. [Family Lineage web site, Colonial Trees section, 6 May 2001.]

    In 1534, Richard may have surrendered his land at Poundisford to his son Robert, who later inherited the lease [Family Lineage web site, Colonial Trees section, 6 May 2001].

    Children of Robert12 Treat and Honora Unknown (see #2933) all born Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England, were as follows:

    • i. Alice11 Treat; baptized 4 February 1564.

    • ii. John Treat; baptized 10 September 1570; married Edith Priest, daughter of Thomas Priest and Edith Ednen, 24 April 1598 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England; died before 7 May 1633 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England; buried in Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England. He was a surgeon.

    • iii. Mary Treat; born 6 February 1575; married Robert Barb 8 October 1597 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England.

    • iv. Agnes Treat; christened 18 February 1577; married John Aplin 27 August 1598 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England.

    • v. Tamsen Treat; born 21 May 1581; christened 26 May 1581 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England.

    • 1466 vi. Richard Treat.






    2933. Honora12 —(?)—. Born c1550 Pitminister Parish, Somerset, England; married Robert Treat (see #2932), son of Richard Treat and Joanna —(?)—, c1563 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England. [Family Lineage web site, Colonial Trees section, 6 May 2001.]






    2934. Hugh12 Gaylaud (Nicholas, #5868). Born before 1546 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England. Married Alice —(?)— (see #2935) Somerset, England. Buried in Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England. [Pam's Genealogy Page, 29 April 2001; Family Lineage web site, Colonial Trees section, 6 May 2001.]

    He appears in the Taunton Manor Register for 1573 at Poundisford, Somerset.

    Children of Hugh12 Gaylaud and Alice —(?)— (see #2935) were as follows:






    2935. Alice12 —(?)—. Married Hugh Gaylaud (see #2934), son of Nicholas Gaylaud and Johane —(?)—, Somerset, England [Pam's Genealogy Page, 29 April 2001; Family Lineage web site, Colonial Trees section, 6 May 2001].






    Generation Thirteen

    5632. Jan Pieter13 Walichs (Pieter, #11264).

    Known children of January Pieter13 Walichs were:






    5768. Roger13 Chapin. Born 1535? Totnes Parish (or Paignton?), Devonshire, England. Baptized 25 September 1566 Paignton Parish, Devonshire, England. Died 9 September 1590 Constantine Parish, Falmouth, Cornwall, England. [Stephen Chinn, "Chapin Family History," <chinn@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu>, 5 April 2001.]

    Known children of Roger13 Chapin were:






    5770. Henry13 Easton (Thomas, #11540); born 1543 Paignton Parish (?), Devonshire, England. Married Joan Cliffe (see #5771), daughter of John Cliffe, Brixham Parish, Devonshire, England. Died 3 March 1630 Brixham Parish, Devonshire, England.

    Known children of Henry13 Easton and Joan Cliffe (see #5771) were:






    5771. Joan13 Cliffe (John, #11542). Born 1545 Paignton Parish(?), Devonshire, England. Married Henry Easton (see #5770), son of Thomas Easton and Elizabeth Weston, Brixham Parish, Devonshire, England.






    5772. William13 Penny. Born 1539 Devonshire, England. Died 1565 Wiltshire, England.

    Known children of William13 Penny were:






    5776. George13 Baildon (Robert, #11552); born circa 1521 Methley Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married Anne Folkingham (see #5777), daughter of Thomas Folkingham and Jane Pigot, Killingholme Parish, Lincolnshire, England (her 2nd husband). Died May 1588 Kippax Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. [Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon,", 13 April 2001; Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]

    Children of George13 Baildon and Anne Folkingham (see #5777) were as follows:

    • i. Hilary12 Baildon.

    • ii. Richard Baildon.

    • iii. Anne Baildon.

    • iv. William Baildon.

    • 2888 v. Sir Francis Baildon.






    5777. Anne13 Folkingham (Thomas, #11554). Born 1524 Kippax Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. (Or was he born c1532 in Leeds?) Married 1st —(?)— HusseyMarried 2nd George Baildon (see #5776), son of Robert Baildon and Margaret Mirfield, Killingholme Parish, Lincolnshire, England. Married 3rd James Standish. Death date not known but she was buried in Leeds (city & parish), Yorkshire (West Riding), England. [Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon,", 13 April 2001; Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]






    5778. Richard13 Goodrick (Henry, #11556). Born 1510 Kippax Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married Claire Norton (see #5779), daughter of Richard Norton Esq. and Susan Neville, c1548 Norton Conyers Parish, Yorkshire (North Riding), England. Died 8 January 1581 Ribston Manor, Hunsingore, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Buried at Ribston Manor. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]

    Children of Richard13 Goodrick and Claire Norton (see #5779) were as follows:

    • i. Elizabeth12 Goodrick.

    • ii. Sir Richard Goodrick.

    • iii. Henry Goodrick.

    • 2889 iv. Margaret Goodrick.






    5779. Claire13 Norton (Richard, #11558); born 1528 Norton Conyers Parish, Yorkshire (North Riding), England. Married Richard Goodrick (see #5778), son of Henry Goodrick and Margaret Rawson, c1548 Norton Conyers Parish, Yorkshire (North Riding), England. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]






    5796. Bartholomew13 Partridge; born between 1545 and 1555? Navestock (Parish), Essex, England. Married Pernel Greene (see #5797), daughter of John Greene and Katherine Wright, 21 January 1576 (or 1567?) St. Thomas's Church, Navestock Parish, Essex, England. ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]

    Known children of Bartholomew13 Partridge and Pernel Greene (see #5797) were:






    5797. Pernel13 Greene (John, #11594). Born c1546 Navestock (Parish), Essex, England. Married Bartholomew Partridge (see #5796) 21 January 1576 (or 1567?) St. Thomas's Church, Navestock Parish, Essex, England. ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]






    5798. Francis13 Hogg. Born 1574 Navestock Parish (Beddenshall), Essex, England. ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]

    Known children of Francis13 Hogg were:






    5800. Henry13 Cooke (John, #11600); born c1545 Sussex? Kent?, England. Married Anne Goodere (see #5801), daughter of Henry Goodere. ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]

    Known children of Henry13 Cooke and Anne Goodere (see #5801) were:






    5801. Anne13 Goodere (Henry, #11602). Born c1549 England. Married Henry Cooke (see #5800), son of John Cooke. ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]






    5802. John13 Nicholls. Born c1543. ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]

    Known children of John13 Nicholls were:






    5804. Henry13 Birdsall (Robert, #11608). Born c1550 Yorkshire (East Riding), England. Married Alice —(?)— of Doncasater (see #5805) c1577 chapelry of Birdsall, Malton, Yorkshire (East Riding), England. Died 1631 Doncaster Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. [Birdsall, Birdsall Family, p. 4.]

    Known children of Henry13 Birdsall and Alice —(?)— of Doncasater (see #5805) were as follows:

    • i. Mary12 Birdsall.

    • ii. William Birdsall; married 2nd Janet Parker (1st wife's name is unknown) [Birdsall, Birdsall Family, p. 4].

    • iii. Thomas Birdsall.

    • 2902 iv. Henry Birdsall.






    5805. Alice13 —(?)— of Doncasater. Born c1550 Doncaster, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married Henry Birdsall (see #5804), son of Robert Birdsall and Isabel Marshall, c1577 chapelry of Birdsall, Malton, Yorkshire (East Riding), England. [Birdsall, Birdsall Family, p. 4; "20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]






    5806. William13 Kempe.

    Known children of William13 Kempe were:






    5808. James13 Phelps (Richard, #11616). Born between 1520 and 1530 Tewksbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England. Married Joan —(?)— (see #5809) c1559 Tewksbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England. Died 10 May 1588 Tewksbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England. [The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001; "20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]

    Children of James13 Phelps and Joan —(?)— (see #5809) were as follows:






    5809. Joan13 —(?)—. Born 1538? Tewksbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England. Married James Phelps (see #5808), son of Richard Phelps and Mary Tomes, c1559 Tewksbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England. Died 1613 (or 1630?). [The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001; "20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]






    5816. John13 Ingersoll (or Inkerstall). Born c1567. Married Rose Taley (see #5817) 2 December 1592 St. Werburgh's Church, Derby (city & parish), Derbyshire, England. Death date not known, but buried in St. Werburgh's Church, Derby (city & parish), Derbyshire, England. [Greene, "English Origin of John Ingersoll," NEHGR 151 (April 1997): 153-65.]

    Known children of John13 Ingersoll and Rose Taley (see #5817) were:






    5817. Rose13 Taley (or Saley?). Married John Ingersoll (see #5816), 2 December 1592 St. Werburgh's Church, Derby (city & parish), Derbyshire, England. Death date not known, but buried in St. Werburgh's Church, Derby (city & parish), Derbyshire, England. [Greene, "English Origin of John Ingersoll," NEHGR 151 (April 1997): 153-65.]






    .

    5818. John13 Eaton was a ropemaker in Stepney, Middlesex in 1620. Nothing more him is known to me (yet). [Greene, "English Origin of John Ingersoll," NEHGR 151 (April 1997): 153-65.]

    Known children of John13 Eaton were:






    5820. Richard13 Lord. Born 1555. Married Joan —(?)— (see #5821). Died c.7 February 1611. [Long Island Genealogy 5 April 2001.]

    Children of Richard13 Lord and Joan —(?)— (see #5821) were as follows:

    • i. Alice12 Lord.

    • ii. Elizabeth Lord.

    • iii. Ellen Lord.

    • 2910 iv. Thomas Lord.






    5821. Joan13 —(?)—. Born 1559. Married Richard Lord (see #5820). Died 1616. [Long Island Genealogy 5 April 2001.]






    5822. Robert13 Bird (Richard, #11644). Born before 1569? Towcester Parish, Northamptonshire, England. Married Amy —(?)— (see #5823), 14 April 1584 Towcester Parish, Northamptonshire, England. Died 18 July 1622 Towcester Parish, Northamptonshire, England. [Long Island Genealogy 5 April 2001.]

    Known children of Robert13 Bird and Amy —(?)— (see #5823) were:

    5823. Amy13 —(?)—. Born before 1568? Northamptonshire, England. Married Robert Bird (see #5822), son of Richard Bird and Joane —(?)—, 14 April 1584 Towcester Parish, Northamptonshire, England. Died 19 April 1625 Towcester Parish, Northamptonshire, England. [Long Island Genealogy 5 April 2001.]






    5864. Richard13 Treat (or Trott, or Trottte) (William, #11728). Born before 1510 Taunton Manor, Staplegrove, Somerset, England. Married Joanna —(?)— (see #5865) before 1538 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England. Died c1571 Taunton Manor, Staplegrove, Somerset, England. [Family Lineage web site: Colonial Trees section, 6 May 2001.]

    He appears on the Taunton Manor rolls in 1510. By 1527 he was living at Otterford, Somerset, England. In 1534, he was living at Poundisford, Somerset, England. (Richard may have surrendered his land at Poundisford to his son Robert, who later inherited the lease.) By 1540, he waa back at Ottenford.

    Children of Richard13 Treat and Joanna —(?)— (see #5865) were as follows:






    5865. Joanna13 —(?)—. Born c1512 Staplegrove, Somerset, England. Married Richard Treat (see #5864), son of William Treat, before 1538 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England. Died 14 August 1577 Staplegrove, Somerset, England. [Family Lineage web site: Colonial Trees section, 6 May 2001.]






    5868. Nicholas13 Gaylaud (or Gaylord or Gaillard). Born before 1510 (or closer to 1525?) in France (possibly in Normandy). Married Johane —(?)— (see #5869), daughter of John —(?)—, c1530 Somerset, England. Died between 25 March & 8 April 1546 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, England. [Pam's Genealogy Page, 29 April 2001.]

    He wrote a will on 25 March 1546 Pitminster Parish, Somerset, which was probated on 8 April of the same year [Pam's Genealogy Page, 29 April 2001].

    Children of Nicholas13 Gaylaud and Johane —(?)— (see #5869) were as follows:






    5869. Johane13 —(?)— (John, #11738). (Some sources report the tradition that her surname was "Sevenoak"); born before 1515 England; married Nicholas Gaylaud (see #5868) c1530 Somerset, England; died c30 August 1572 Somerset, England [Family Lineage web site: Colonial Trees section, 6 May 2001; Pam's Genealogy Page, 29 April 2001].






    Generation Fourteen

    11264. Pieter14 Walichs.

    Known children of Pieter14 Walichs were:






    11540. Thomas14 Easton; born c1517 Kenn Parish(?), Devonshire, England. Married Elizabeth Weston (see #11541), 1 July 1548 Kenn Parish, Devonshire, England.

    Known children of Thomas14 Easton and Elizabeth Weston (see #11541) were:






    11541. Elizabeth14 Weston. Born c1518 Kenn Parish(?), Devonshire, England. Married Thomas Easton (see #11540), 1 July 1548 Kenn Parish, Devonshire, England.






    11542. John14 Cliffe. Born January 1525 Braunton Parish(?), Devonshire, England.

    Known children of John14 Cliffe were:






    11552. Robert14 Baildon (John, #23104); born c1496 Methley Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England (Or, possibly born 1499 Doncaster Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding). Married Margaret Mirfield (see #11553), daughter of Peter Mirfield and Elizabeth Skelton, 1518 Leeds (city & parish), Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Died c1558 Yorkshire, England. [Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon,", 13 April 2001; Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]

    Children of Robert14 Baildon and Margaret Mirfield (see #11553) were as follows:

    • i. William13 Baildon.

    • ii. Nicholas Baildon.

    • iii. Edward Baildon.

    • 5776 iv. George Baildon.






    11553. Margaret14 Mirfield (Peter, #23106); born 1498 Kippax Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married Robert Baildon (see #11552), son of John Baildon and —(?)— Haldenby, 1518 Leeds (city & parish), Yorkshire (West Riding), England. [Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon,", 13 April 2001; Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]






    11554. Thomas14 Folkingham (Robert, #23108); born c1500 Leeds (city & parish), Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married Jane Pigot (see #11555), daughter of Thomas Pigot, 1521(?) Kippax Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Death date unknown but buried in Leeds Church, Leeds (city & parish), Yorkshire (West Riding), England. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]

    Known children of Thomas14 Folkingham and Jane Pigot (see #11555) were:

    11555. Jane14 Pigot (Thomas, #23110); born 1501 Clotheram Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married Thomas Folkingham (see #11554), son of Robert Folkingham and Jane Potter, 1521(?) Kippax Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Death date unknown but buried in Leeds (city & parish), Yorkshire (West Riding), England. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]






    11556. Henry14 Goodrick (William, #23112). Born 1487 Wisbech Parish (Isle of Ely), Cambridgeshire, England. Married Margaret Rawson (see #11557), daughter of Sir Christopher Rawson, 1508(?). Died 12 October 1556 London, England. Buried in St. Dunstan's in the West, London, England. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]

    Children of Henry14 Goodrick and Margaret Rawson (see #11557) were as follows:

    • i. Aldburgh13 Goodrick.

    • ii. Chirstopher Goodrick.

    • iii. John Goodrick.

    • 5778 iv. Richard Goodrick.






    11557. Margaret14 Rawson (Christopher, #23114). Born c1500 London, England. Married Henry Goodrick (see #11556), son of William Goodrick and Jane Williamson, 1508(?). [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]






    11558. Richard14 Norton Esq. (John, #23116). Born 1502 York, Yorkshire, England. Married Susan Neville (see #11559), daughter of Richard Neville and Anne Stafford, c1525 York, Yorkshire, England (her 2nd husband). Died 9 April 1588 Yorkshire, England. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]

    Known children of Richard14 Norton Esq. and Susan Neville (see #11559) were:






    11559. Susan14 Neville (Richard, #23118). Born 12 April 1501 Snape Hall, Snape Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married 1st —(?)— Latimer. Married 2nd Richard Norton Esq. (see #11558), son of John Norton and Anne Ratcliffe, c1525 York, Yorkshire, England. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]






    11594. John14 Greene; born c1506 Navestock Parish, Essex, England; married Katherine Wright (see #11595), daughter of John Wright and Olive Hubbard; died 18 November 1595 Essex, England.

    Known children of John14 Greene and Katherine Wright (see #11595) were:






    11595. Katherine14 Wright (John, #23190). Born 1524(?) Kelvedon Hall, Essex, England. Married John Greene (see #11594). Died 1 January 1595 Essex, England.






    11600. John14 Cooke. Born c1520 Broadwater(?), England ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]

    Known children of John14 Cooke were:






    11602. Henry14 Goodere. Born c1519 London, England. ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]

    Known children of Henry14 Goodere were:






    11608. Robert14 Birdsall (John, #23216). Born c1520 Kirk Burton Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married Isabel Marshall (see #11609) between 1545 & 1550 Kirk Burton Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England [Birdsall, Birdsall Family, p. 4]. Died 30 April 1594 Brideshall, Yorkshire, England. ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]

    Known children of Robert14 Birdsall and Isabel Marshall (see #11609) were as follows:

    • i. John13 Birdsall. Married Mable Robinson [Birdsall, Birdsall Family, p. 4].

    • 5804 ii. Henry Birdsall.






    11609. Isabel14 Marshall. Born 1522(?) Kirk Burton Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married Robert Birdsall (see #11608), son of John Birdsall and Isabel Auckland, between 1545 & 1550 Kirk Burton Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Died 1631 Brideshall, Yorkshire, England (or perhaps Doncaster). [Birdsall, Birdsall Family, p. 4; "20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]






    11616. Richard14 Phelps. Born c1497. Married Mary Tomes (see #11617) Tewkesbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England Died c1579. [The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001; "20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]

    Known children of Richard14 Phelps and Mary Tomes (see #11617) were as follows:






    11617. Mary14 Tomes. Born c1501 Tewkesbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England. Married Richard Phelps (see #11616) Tewkesbury Parish, Gloucestershire, England. [The Phelps Family web site, 30 April 2001; "20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]






    11644. Richard14 Bird; born 1531 Northamptonshire, England (Long Island Genealogy, http://longislandgenealogy.com/lane/fam00606.htm, 5 April 2001.); married Joane —(?)— (see #11645) 1551 Northamptonshire, England. [Long Island Genealogy, 5 April 2001.]

    Known children of Richard14 Bird and Joane —(?)— (see #11645) were:






    11645. Joane14 —(?)—. Born 1531 Northamptonshire, England. Married Richard Bird (see #11644) 1551 Northamptonshire, England. [Long Island Genealogy, 5 April 2001.]






    11728. William14 Treat (or Trotte) (John, #23456). Born c1480 Taunton Manor, Staplegrove, Somerset, England. Name of his first wife (born c1484) is unknown. Supposedly married 2nd Joanna —(?)— (born c1490), Staplegrove, Somerset. Died c1540? Staplegrove, Somerset, England. [Family Lineage web site: Colonial Trees section, 6 May 2001.]

    He is mentioned in the Calendars of Staple Grove, the Taunton Manor rolls, and in the Hundred of Staple Grove in 1503, 1504, & 1510 [Family Lineage web site: Colonial Trees section, 6 May 2001].

    Children of William14 Treat and one or more unknown spouses were as follows:






    11738. John14 —(?)— (. . . but possibly named Sevenoak).

    Children of John14 —(?)— were:






    Generation Fifteen

    23104. John15 Baildon (Walter, #46208). Born c1468 Doncaster Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married —(?)— Haldenby (see #23105), c1490 Yorkshire, England. Died 22 December 1526 Doncaster Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001; Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon," 13 April 2001.]

    Children of John15 Baildon and —(?)— Haldenby (see #23105) were as follows:

    • i. Edward14 Baildon.

    • ii. John Baildon Jr.

    • iii. Thomas Baildon.

    • iv. Jennett Baildon.

    • v. Richard Baildon.

    • vi. Edith Baildon.

    • 11552 vii. Robert Baildon.






    23105. —(?)—15 Haldenby. Born c1470 Doncaster Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married John Baildon (see #23104), son of Walter Baildon and Anne Cargrave, c1490 Yorkshire, England. Died before 1515 Yorkshire, England. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]






    23106. Peter15 Mirfield. Born c1475 Kippax Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married Elizabeth Skelton (see #23107). [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]

    Known children of Peter15 Mirfield and Elizabeth Skelton (see #23107) were:






    23107. Elizabeth15 Skelton. Born c1472 Kippax Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England . Married Peter Mirfield (see #23106). [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]






    23108. Robert15 Folkingham. Born c1470 Leeds(?), Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married Jane Potter (see #23109). [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]

    Known children of Robert15 Folkingham and Jane Potter (see #23109) were:






    23109. Jane15 Potter. Born c1478 Leeds(?), Yorkshire (West Riding), England. Married Robert Folkingham (see #23108) [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]






    23110. Thomas15 Pigot. Born c1470 Clotheram Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]

    Known children of Thomas15 Pigot were:






    23112. William15 Goodrick. Married Jane Williamson (see #23113). Date of death not known but buried in St. Nicholas Church, East Kirkby Parish, Lincolnshire, England. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]

    Children of William15 Goodrick and Jane Williamson (see #23113) were as follows:

    • i. Elizabeth14 Goodrick.

    • ii. Sir John Goodrick. Apparently knighted sometimes before 7 May 1518.

    • iii. .Thomas Goodrick. Bishop of Ely [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001].

    • iv. Margaret Goodrick.

    • v. Katherine Goodrick.

    • vi. Anne Goodrick.

    • 11556 vii. Henry Goodrick.






    23113. Jane15 Williamson. Married William Goodrick (see #23112). [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]






    23114. Sir Christopher15 Rawson. Born 1474 Yorkshire, England. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]

    Known children of Sir Christopher15 Rawson were:






    23116. John15 Norton. Born c1475 Norton Conyers Parish, Yorkshire (North Riding), England. Married Anne Ratcliffe (see #23117) 12 January 1493 (by license) Norton Conyers Parish, Yorkshire (North Riding), England. Died 16 January 1557. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]

    Known children of John15 Norton and Anne Ratcliffe (see #23117) were:






    23117. Anne15 Ratcliffe. Born c1478 Yorkshire, England. Married John Norton (see #23116), 12 January 1493 (by license) Norton Conyers Parish, Yorkshire (North Riding), England. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]






    23118. Richard15 Neville (Henry, #46236). Born c1468 Latimer, Buckinghamshire, England. Married Anne Stafford (see #23119) 1490 Grafton, Worcestershire, England. Died December 1530 Snape Castle, Snape Parish, Yorkshire (West Riding), England. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]

    Children of Richard15 Neville and Anne Stafford (see #23119) were as follows:

    • i. Joan14 Neville.

    • ii. John Neville.

    • iii. Margaret Neville.

    • iv. Dorothy Neville.

    • v. William Neville.

    • vi. Catherine Neville.

    • vii. Elizabeth Neville.

    • viii. Marmaduke Neville.

    • ix. Humphrey Neville.

    • x. Sir Thomas Neville.

    • xi. George Neville.

    • xii. Christopher Neville.

    • 11559 xiii. Susan Neville.






    23119. Anne15 Stafford. Born c1471 Grafton, Worcestershire, England. Married Richard Neville (see #23118), son of Henry Neville and Joanna Bouchier, 1490 Grafton, Worcestershire, England. Died after 12 April 1501. Apparently buried in Well, Yorkshire (North Riding), England. [Belding Web Site, 13 April 2001.]






    23190. John15 Wright. Born c1494. Married Olive Hubbard (see #23191).

    Known children of John15 Wright and Olive Hubbard (see #23191) were:






    23191. Olive15 Hubbard. Born c1494. Married John Wright (see #23190).






    23216. John15 Birdsall (Robert, #46432). Born c1490. Married Isabel Auckland (see #23217), c1511 (or possibly as late as 1519) Kirk Burton Parish(?), Yorkshire (West Riding), England. [Birdsall, Birdsall Family, p. 4; "20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]

    Children of John15 Birdsall and Isabel Auckland (see #23217) were as follows:

    • i. John14 Birdsall; married Anne —(?)— (her 2nd husband) [Birdsall, Birdsall Family, p. 4].

    • ii. Anne Birdsall; married William Fentamen [Birdsall, Birdsall Family, p. 4].

    • iii. Sybil Birdsall; married John Carhill [Birdsall, Birdsall Family, p. 4].

    • iv. William Birdsall.

    • 11608 v. Robert Birdsall.






    23217. Isabel15 Auckland. Born c1493 Tadcaster Parish, Yorkshire (East Riding), England. Married John Birdsall (see #23216), son of Robert Birdsall and Margaret Unknown, c1511 (or possibly as late as 1519) Kirk Burton Parish(?), Yorkshire (West Riding), England. [Birdsall, Birdsall Family, p. 4; "20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]

    She wrote a will in 1557, but I have not seen the text [Birdsall, Birdsall Family, p. 4].






    23456. John15 Treat (or Trotte). Born c1458 Taunton Manor, Staplegrove, Somerset, England. Died after 1480 Staplegrove, Somerset, England. [Family Lineage web site: Colonial Trees section, 6 May 2001.]

    John is mentioned in the Calendar of Staple Grove and the Taunton Manor Rolls, for 1458, 1563, 1473, & 1479.

    Known children of John15 Treat were:






    Generation Sixteen

    46208. Walter16 Baildon. Born 1448 Abildon Hall, York, Yorkshire, England. Married Anne Cargrave (see #46209) Yorkshire, England. Died c1511 Yorkshire, England. [Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon," 13 April 2001.]

    Known children of Walter16 Baildon and Anne Cargrave (see #46209) were:






    46209. Anne16 Cargrave. Born c1450 Baildon Hall, Yorkshire, England. Married Walter Baildon (see #46208) Yorkshire, England. [Higgins, "Belden - Belding - Baildon - Bayldon," 13 April 2001.]






    46236. Henry16 Neville (Edward, #92472). Married Joanna Bouchier (see #46237).

    Known children of Henry16 Neville and Joanna Bouchier (see #46237) were:






    46237. Joanna16 Bouchier. Married Henry Neville (see #46236), son of Edward Neville and Elizabeth Beauchamp.






    46432. Robert16 Birdsall (—(?)—, #92864). Married Margaret —(?)— (see #46433). ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]

    Known children of Robert16 Birdsall and Margaret —(?)— (see #46433) were:






    46433. Margaret16 —(?)—. Married Robert Birdsall (see #46432), son of —(?)— Birdsall. ["20 Generations of Ancestors of the Children of Clarence Edward Prentice and Addie Carolyn Redfield," 4 Mary 2001.]






    Generation Seventeen

    92472. Sir Edward17 Neville (Ralph, #184944), Knight of the Garter. Born c1417. Married Elizabeth Beauchamp (see #92473), only daughter and heiress of Richard Beauchamp and Isabel Le Despenser, before 18 October 1424. Died 18 October 1476.

    Summoned to Parliament jure uxoris as Baron Bergavenny. Progenitor of the Earls of Abergavenny.

    Known children of Edward17 Neville and Elizabeth Beauchamp (see #92473) were:






    92473. Elizabeth17 Beauchamp (Richard, #184946). Born 16 September 1415. Married Edward Neville (see #92472), son of Sir Ralph Neville and Joan Beaufort, before 18 October 1424. Died 18 June 1448.






    92864. —(?)—17 Birdsall.

    Known children of —(?)—17 Birdsall were as follows:






    Generation Eighteen

    184944. Sir Ralph18 Neville (John, #369888), 4th Baron Neville of Raby Castle, created Earl of Westmorland 1397, Knight of the Garter. Born c1364 Castle Raby, Durham, Durham, England. Married 1st Margaret Stafford, daughter of Hugh Stafford (Earl Stafford, K.G.), c1382 Stafford, Staffordshire, England (by whom he had nine children, including the succeeding earls of Westmoreland). Married 2nd Joan Beaufort (see #184945) (her 2nd husband), daughter of John of Gaunt (Duke of Lancaster) and Katherine Roet, 29 November 1396 Chateau de Beauf, Meuse-et-Loire, France. Died 21 October 1425 Castle Raby, Durham, Durham, England.

    Summoned to Parliament by writ, 1389-1396. Governor of the city & castle of Carlisle, Marshal of England under King Henry IV, Warden of the West Marches after the Battle of Shrewsbury, 1403. He was one of the commissioners appointed to negotiate with the kings of France & Scotland on behalf of Richard II. Constable of the Tower of London and member of the Privy Council. Though he was greatly favored by Richard II, he was also one of the most instrumental in raising Henry of Lancaster to the throne as Henry IV, and was duly rewarded for his efforts. Instrumental in defeating the Percies at the Battle of Shrewsbury. Served as one of the regents for Henry V's son.

    Children of Sir Ralph18 Neville and Joan Beaufort (see #184945) were:

    • i. Richard Neville; born 1400; married Alice de Montagu, daughter of Thomas de Montagu (Earl of Salisbury), 1425; died 1460 (murdered after the Battle of Wakefield).

      He inherited the title and lands of his father-in-law. Warden of the Marches 1434, Chancellor during the Protectorate of Richard (Duke of York) 1454-55. He was the father of Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, known as "Kikngmaker."

    • ii. William Neville, Lord Fauconberg.

    • iii. George Neville, Lord Latimer.

    • 92472 iv. Sir Edward17 Neville.

    • v. Robert Neville, Bishop of Durham.

    • vi. Cuthbert Neville; died young.

    • vii. Henry Neville; died young.

    • viii. Thomas Neville; died young.

    • ix. Catherine Neville; married 1st John Mowbray (Duke of Norfolk); married 2nd Sir Thomas Strangeways; married 3rd John Beaumont (Viscount Beaumont); married 4th Sir John Woodville, son of Richard Woodville (Earl Rivers).

    • x. Eleanor Neville; married 1st Richard Despencer (Lord le Despencer); married 2nd Henry Percy (Earl of Northumberland).

    • xi. Anne Neville; married 1st Humphrey Stafford (Duke of Buckingham); married 2nd Walter Blount (Lord Mountjoy).

    • xii. Jane Neville, who became a nun.

    • xiii. Cicely Neville; married Richard Plantagenet (Duke of York), who as the grandson of Edmund of Langley, had a stronger claim to the throne but instead faithfully supported and served King Henry VI. Parents of Richard III, the last Plantagenet king, killed at Bosworth Field.






    184945. Joan18 Beaufort (John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, #369890). Born c1375 Chateau de Beauf, Meuse-et-Loire, France. Married 1st Robert Ferrers (Lord Ferrers of Wemme). Married 2nd Sir Ralph Neville (see #184944), son of John Neville and Maud Percy, 29 November 1396 Chateau de Beauf, Meuse-et-Loire, France (his 2nd wife). Died 13 November 1440 Howden, Yorkshire (East Riding), England.






    184946. Richard18 Beauchamp (Earl of Worcester, Baron Abergavenny). Married Isabel Le Despenser (see #184947).

    The only child of Richard18 Beauchamp and Isabel Le Despenser (see #184947) was:






    184947. Isabel18 Le Despenser (Thomas, #369894). Married 1st Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Worcester (see #184946). Married 2nd Richard Beauchamp {YES!}, 5th Earl of Warwick — cousin of her 1st husband — by whom she had two more children (including Henry, 6th Earl of Warwick).






    Generation Nineteen

    369888. Sir John19 Neville (Ralph, #739776), 3rd Baron Neville of Castle Raby. Married 1st Maud Percy (see #369889), daughter of Henry Percy and Idonea Clifford. Married 2nd Elizabeth Latimer (her 1st husband), daughter & heiress of William, Lord Latimer, K.G. Died 17 October 1388 Newcastle, England. Buried in Durham Cathedral.

    He witnessed the Battle of Durham, having been taken there by his father at the age of five. Summoned to Parliament by writ, 1368-1388. Almost constantly in service in the wars against Scotland and France. Admiral of the Northern Fleet, Lieutenant of Aquitaine, Seneschal of Bordeaux. Created Knight of the Garter for his services.

    Children of John19 Neville and Maud Percy (see #369889) were:

    • 184944 i. Sir Ralph18 Neville.

    • ii. Thomas Neville; married Joan de Furnival, only daughter & heiress of William de Furnival (Lord Furnival), to whose title Thomas succeeded.

    • iii. Maud Neville; married William, Lord Scrope.

    • iv. Alice Neville; married William, Lord Deincourt.

    • v. Eleanor Neville; married Ralph, Lord Lumley.

    Children of John19 Neville and Elizabeth Latimer were:

    • i. John Neville, Lord Latimer in right of his mother.

    • ii. Elizabeth Neville; married Sir Thomas Willoughby.

    • iii. Margaret Neville.






    369889. Maud19 Percy (Henry, #739778). Married John Neville (see #369888), son of Ralph Neville and Alice Audeley.






    369890. John19 Plantagenet ("of Gaunt") (Edward III, #739780), Earl of Richmond, Derby, Lincoln & Leicester, and Duke of Lancaster in right of his wife. He was also Duke of Aquitaine and a Knight of the Garter. Born 1340 Ghent (hence his name). Married 1st Blanche Plantagenet ("of Lancaster"), daughter of Henry Plantagenet (1st Duke of Lancaster), 1359. Married 2nd Constance of Castille (daughter of Peter, King of Castile), 1369. Married 3rd Katherine Roet (previously his mistress) (see #369891). Died 1399 Ely House, Holborn, England.

    John fought with his brother, the Black Prince, in Spain and was present at the conquest of Limoges in 1370, and served as his lieutenant in Aquitaine in 1371. He was forced into a role in domestic leadership by the Black Prince's illness. On the accession to the throne of his nephew, Richard II, of whom he was a staunch supporter, he retired from an active role in government.

    By virtue of his marriage with Constance of Castille, he claimed the kingship of Castile and Léon. He led a futile expedition from Calais to Bordeaux in 1373, conquered Galicia in 1386, and formed an alliance with Portugal, but eventually failing in his attempts to conquer Castile, he surrendered his claims in favor of his daughter, Catherine, on her marriage to John I (King of Castile).

    When John married his mistress, Richard II had their four children legitimated by Act of Parliament (for all purposes except succession to the throne), under the surname Beaufort, after the place of their birth.

    Children of John19 of Gaunt and Katherine Roet (see #369891) were:

    • i. John Beaufort; born 1373(?); died 1410. Earl of Somerset, Marquis of Dorset, Admiral of the Fleet. His daughter, Jane (or Joan) married James I, King of Scotland.

    • ii. Henry Beaufort; born c1374; died 1447. Bishop of Lincoln, 1398 & Winchester, 1404, Chancellor of England 1403-4 & 1413-17 & 1424-26, Cardinal 1417. Virtually controlled the government of King Henry VI, c1435-43.

    • 184945 iii. Joan18 Beaufort.

    • iv. Sir Thomas Beaufort; died 1427. Duke of Exeter, Admiral of the Fleet, Captain of Calais 1407, Chancellor 1410-12, created Earl of Dorset 1412, Duke of Dorset 1416, Lieutenant of Aquitaine 1413, Lieutenant of Normandy 1416.

    NOTE: The eldest son of John of Gaunt by Blanche Plantagenet was Henry "Bolingbroke," who deposed Richard II and succeeded to the throne as King Henry IV.






    369891. Katherine19 Roet (Payne, #739782). Married 1st Sir Hugh (or Otho?) Swynford. Married 2nd John of Gaunt (Duke of Lancaster) (see #369890), son of Edward III (King of England) and Philippa of Hainault.






    369894. Thomas19 Le Despenser (Edward, #369894), 2nd Baron Despenser of Glamorgan, Earl of Gloucester. Born 1373. Married Constance Plantagenet (see #369895). Died 1400 (beheaded).

    He was the great-grandson of Hugh Despenser (hanged by the barons under Queen Isabella, November 1326), one of the hapless favorites of King Edward I, and Eleanor de Clare, daughter & heiress of Gilbert De Clare (Earl of Gloucester).

    Summoned to Parliament by writ, 1396-1397. Persuaded Richard II to reverse the banishment suffered by his great-grandfather. Supported the king against the earl of Gloucester and the other lords appelland in 1397 and was himself created Earl of Gloucester (by reason of the descent of his great-grand-mother). Then he was implicated in Gloucester's death, joined the conspiracy against King Henry IV (who had deprived him of his new earldom and most of his lands), and was beheaded by a crowd of royal supporters. His titles fell under attainder.

    Children of Thomas19 Le Despenser and Constance Plantagenet (see #369895) were:

    • i. Richard Le Despenser; married Elizabeth Nevill, daughter of Ralph Nevill (Earl of Westmoreland); died 1414 without issue.

    • 184947 ii. Isabel20 Le Despenser.

    • iii. Elizabeth Le Despenser; died young.






    369895. Constance19 Plantagenet, daughter of Edmund (Plantagenet) "of Langley," Duke of York & son of King Edward III. Married Thomas le Despenser (see #369894).






    Generation Twenty

    739776. Ralph20 Neville (Randolph, #1479552), 2nd Baron Neville of Raby Castle, Warden of the Scottish Marches. Married Alice Audeley (see #739777), daughter of Sir Hugh Audeley and Iseault Mortimer. Died 1367. Buried in Durham Cathedral, the first layman interred there.

    He frequently took part in the wars with France and Scotland. Summoned to Parliament by writ, 1331-1336.

    Children of Ralph20 Neville and Alice Audeley (see #739777) were:

    • 369888 i. Sir John19 Neville.

    • ii. Sir William Neville. A distinguished soldier and Gentleman of the Bedchamber to King Richard II.

    • iii. Thomas Neville; married Margaret Babington, daughter of William Babington.

    • iv. Sir Robert Neville of Eldon. A prominent soldier, from whom most of the surviving landed branches of the Neville family descend.

    • v. Alexander Neville; died 1391. Archbishop of York and Lord High Chancellor of England.

    • vi. Sir Ralph Neville of Candall.

    • vii. Euphemia Neville; married 1st Reginald de Lucy; married 2nd Lord Clifford [but which one?].

    • viii. Catherine Neville; married Lord D'Acre of Gillesland.

    • ix. Margaret Neville; married 1st William de Ros of Hamlake (4th Lord Ros); married 2nd Henry Percy (Earl of Northumberland).

    • x. Isabel Neville; married Hugh Fitzhugh.

    • xi. Eleanor Neville; married Geoffrey le Scrope.






    739777. Alice20 Audeley (Hugh, #1479554). Married 1st Ralph Neville (see #739776), son of Randolph Neville and Eupheme Fitzroger. Married 2nd Ralph, Lord Greystock. Died 1374.






    739778. Henry20 Percy (Henry, #1479556). Married Idonea Clifford (see #739779), daughter of Roger Clifford and Maud Clare.

    Known children of Henry20 Percy and Idonea Clifford (see #739779) were:

    739779. Idonea20 Clifford (Roger, #1479558). Married Henry Percy (see #739778), son of Henry Percy and Eleanor Fitzalan.






    739780. Edward III (King of England)20. Born 1312. Married Philippa of Hainault (see #739781), 1327. Died 1377.

    Sons of Edward III (King of England)20 and Philippa of Hainault (see #739781) were:

    • i. Edward of Woodstock, Prince of Wales, known as the "Black Prince"; born 1330; married Joan (the "Fair Maid of Kent"), 1361; died 1376.

    • ii. Lionel of Antwerp, Duke of Clarence; born 1338; married Elizabeth de Burgh (daughter of William de Burgh, Earl of Ulster), 1341; died 1368.

    • 369890 iii. John19 of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster.

    • iv. Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York; born 1342; died 1402.

    • v. Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of Gloucester, Earl of Buckingham; born 1355; died 1397 (murdered, possibly on the orders of his nephew, King Richard II, whom he had strenuously opposed).






    739781. Philippa20 of Hainault, daughter of William "the Good," Count of Holland & Hainault. Born c1314. Married Edward III of England (see #739780), 1327. Died 1369.

    She imported Flemish weavers to England, which established the foundation of the great English wool trade. Queen's College, Oxford, is named for her.






    739782. Sir Payne20 Roet, Guyenne King of Arms.

    Known children of Sir Payne20 Roet were:






    Generation Twenty-One

    1000000. Randolph21 Neville. Married Eupheme Fitzroger (see #1000001).

    Known children of Randolph21 Neville and Eupheme Fitzroger (see #1000001) were:

    1000001. Eupheme21 Fitzroger. Married Randolph Neville (see #1000000).






    1479554. Sir Hugh21 Audeley (Nicholas, #2959108). Born c1250 Augley, Herefordshire, England. He married Iseault Mortimer (see #1479555) (her 2nd husband), Wigmore Parish, Herefordshire, England.

    Known children of Sir Hugh21 Audeley and Iseault Mortimer (see #1479555) were:






    1479555. Iseault21 de Mortimer (Ralph, #2959110). Married 1st Walter Balem. Married 2nd Sir Hugh Audeley (see #1479554), son of Nicholas Audeley and Catherine Giffard, Wigmore Parish, Herefordshire, England.






    1479556. Henry21 Percy (Henry, #2959112), 9th Baron Percy & Baron of Alnwick. Married Eleanor Fitzalan (see #1479557), daughter of John Fitzalan (Earl of Arundel). Died 1315.

    Summoned to Parliament by writ, 1299-1315. Purchased the barony of Alnwick, Northumberland, in 1309 from the Bishop of Durham.

    Known children of Henry21 Percy and Eleanor Fitzalan (see #1479557) were:






    1479557. Eleanor21 Fitzalan. Married Henry Percy (see #1479556).






    1479558. Roger21 Clifford. Married Maud Clare (see #1479559).

    Known children of Roger21 Clifford and Maud Clare (see #1479559) were:






    1479559. Maud21 Clare. Married Roger Clifford (see #1479558).






    Generation Twenty-Two

    2000000. Nicholas22 Audeley, 1st Baron Alditheley. Married Catherine Giffard (see #2000001), daughter of John Giffard and Maud Clifford. Died 1299.

    Fought for King Edward I in Gascony and Scotland, and was summoned to Parliament by writ, 1297.

    Known children of Nicholas22 Audeley and Catherine Giffard (see #2000001) were:

    • i. Thomas Audeley, 2nd Baron Alditheley; married Eve, daughter & heiress of John, Lord Clavering; died 1307 without issue.

    • ii. Nicholas Audeley, 3rd Baron Alditheley; married Joan Martin (her 2nd husband), widow of Henry Lacy (Earl of Lincoln).

    • 1000000 iii. Sir Hugh21 Audeley.






    2000001. Catherine22 Giffard (John, #5000000). Married Nicholas Audeley (see #2000000), 1st Baron Alditheley.






    2959110. Ralph22 de Mortimer (5th Baron Mortimer of Wigmore), a great-great-grandson of the first Roger de Mortimer, a Norman lord and supporter of Duke William, to whom he was distantly related. Died 1246.

    Children of Ralph22 de Mortimer and Gladys of Wales (see #2959111) were:

    • i. Sir Roger de Mortimer (6th Baron Mortimer of Wigmore); born 1231(?); married Maud de Braose; died 1282.

    • ii. Peter John de Mortimer, who became a gray friar at Shrewsbury.

    • iii. Hugh de Mortimer of Chelmersh.

    • 1479555 iv. Iseault21 de Mortimer.






    2959111. Gladys22 of Wales, daughter of Llewellyn ap Griffin, Prince of Wales.






    2959112. Henry22 Percy, son of William Percy and his 2nd wife, Elena de Balliol, daughter of Ingelram de Balliol. Married Eleanor de Warren (see #2959113). Died 1272.

    Children of Henry22 Percy and Eleanor de Warren (see #2959113):






    2959113. Eleanor22 de Warren (possibly the illegitimate(?) daughter of John de Warren [Plantagenet], Earl of Warren & Surrey). Married Henry Percy (see #2959112).






    Generation Twenty-Three

    5000000. John23 Giffard. Married 1st Maud Clifford (see #5000001) (her 2nd husband), daughter of Walter Clifford and Margaret of Wales. Married 2nd Alicia Maltravers (no issue). Married 3rd Margaret Neville (had one son, John, who succeeded to his titles). Died 1299. Buried at Malmesbury.

    Maude de Longspee, widow of William de Longspee (Earl of Salisbury) made complaint to the king that John had taken her by force from her manor house and carried her off to Castle Brimsfield, where he kept her in restraint. He was summoned to answer the charge, which he denied — but confessed he had married the lady without the king's license, for which he paid a fine of 300 marks (. . . and, presumably, all was well). Fought for Henry III against Llewellyn ap Griffin, Prince of Wales, and was one of those who killed the prince and sent his head to the king (who spiked it on the Tower of London). John also fought in the Battles of Lewes and Evesham. Summoned to Parliament by writ as a baron, 1295-1299.

    Children of John23 Giffard and Maud Clifford (see #5000001) were:

    • 2000001 i. Catherine22 Giffard.

    • ii. Alianore Giffard; married Fulk Le Strange, Baron Strange).






    5000001. Maud23 Clifford (Walter, #10000000). Married 1st William de Longspee, 3rd Earl of Salisbury, and illegitimate son of King Henry II & his celebrated mistress, "the Fair Rosamund." Married 2nd Sir John Giffard of Brimsfield (see #5000000).






    Generation Twenty-Four

    10000002. Walter24 Clifford. Married Margaret of Wales (see #10000001) (her 2nd husband), daughter of Llywelyn ap Iowerth "the Great."

    He was highly esteemed by King Henry III . . . until the rebellion of Richard Marshal (Earl of Pembroke), when he supported the wrong side, was outlawed, and had his lands confiscated. He returned to the royal favor, however, and carried the canopy at the coronation of Queen Eleanor.

    Only child of Walter24 Clifford and Margaret of Wales (see #10000001) was:






    10000003. Margaret24 of Wales (Llywelyn the Great, #20000002). Married 1st John de Braose. Married 2nd Walter Clifford (see #10000002).






    Generation Twenty-Five

    20000002. Llywelyn ap Iowerth25 "the Great," Prince of Wales from 1194; became prince of all Wales not ruled by the Normans in 1216. Married Joan of England (see #20000001), 1205. Died 1240.

    Known children of Llywelyn the Great25 were:






    20000001. Joan25, illegitimate daughter of King John of England. Married Llywelyn ap Iowerth (see #20000000), "theGreat," 1205. Died 1237.






    20000004. Walter25 Clifford. Married Agnes de Cundi (see #20000005). Sheriff of Herefordshire under King John & Henry III. Walter was the great-grandson of Pons, a Norman who controlled considerable land in the Domesday survey.

    • 10000002 i. Walter24 Clifford.

    • ii. Roger Clifford.

    • iii. Giles Clifford.

    • iv. Richard Clifford.






    20000005. Agnes25 de Cundi, daughter of Roger de Cundi (lord of the manors of Covenby & Glentham) and Alice de Chesney, Lady of Horncastle. Married Walter Clifford (see #20000004).