Ancestors of my Greatgranfather Silas Andrew LeMarr
Generation No. 1

 1.  Silas Andrew LeMarr,Sr, born August 02, 1900 in Union County, Tennessee; died April 20, 1985 in Oak Hill, Fayette Co.,West Virginia.  He was the son of 2. ? Taylor and 3. Sarah Malinda LeMarr.  He married (1) Fannie Martha Rutherford November 02, 1917 in Campbell Co.,TN.  She was born 1903 in Union Co.,TN, and died June 1987 in Campbell Co.,TN.  She was the daughter of George William Rutherford and Rutha Sarah Jane Pierce.

Female, Silas Andrew LeMarr, and Fannie Martha Rutherford

Photo courtesy of T.Barley

Notes for Silas Andrew LeMarr:
He had blue eyes.  Social Security #: 236-10-9008 Last residence: WV 25901 State of issue: WV

1910 CENSUS LISTED WITH UNCLE VACHEL
1910 UNION CO.,TN CENSUS
LEMARR VACHEL       22 TN
               ROSIE J       19      WIFE
               JAMES P      16      COUSIN
               SILLAS         10       NEPHEW
               NINA A           2       DAUGHTER
               NEWTON C   6/12   SON

1920 CAMPBELL CO, TN CENSUS VOL 5, E D 34 ?, SHEET 19, LINE 7
LEMARR SILLIS           19 TN
               FANNIE          16 TN WIFE
              MARY             1 10/12 DAUGHTER
              GIRTIE            3/12      DAUGHTER

Generation No. 2

 2.  ? Taylor  He met 3. Sarah Malinda LeMarr 1899 in Union Co.,TN.
 3.  Sarah Malinda LeMarr, born April 18, 1882 in Union Co.,TN; died October 30, 1973 in Rhea County, Tennessee.  She was the daughter of 6. Isaac Newton LeMarr and 7. Melinda Wright.

Sarah Malinda LeMarr and Samuel Young

Photo courtesy of T.Barley

Notes for Sarah LeMarr:
1910 CAMPBELL CO.,TN CENSUS S.D. 2, E.D. 34, SHEET 7, LINE 37:
YOUNG, SAM         40 2ND MARRIAGE TN TN TN COAL WASHER
              SARAH     28 1ST MARRIAGE WIFE TN TN TN
              ISAAC        4 SON
              DELIA      12/12
LEMARR, CHARLES 55 TN TN TN COAL WASHER

1920 CAMPBELL CO.,TN CENSUS S.D. 2, E.D. 34, SHEET 36:
4 357-360 YONG SAM    49 COAL MINER
                           SARAH 37 WIFE
                           ISIC      14 SON
                           DELA    10 DAUGHTER
                           LOLIS   3 1/12 DAUGHTER
                           GIRTRU  8/12 DAUGHTER

Social Security Death Index
 YOUNG, SARAH 409-03-1112 issued TN birth 18 Apr 1882 death Oct 1973 last residence Dayton, TN

Notes for Samuel Pryor Young:
Silas Andrew Lemar and Issac Curtis Lemar were born before his marriage to Sarah Lemar.  Thus they are not his biological children.  The name of the father of Silas A. LeMarr is unknown except that his last name was Taylor and the father of Isaac Curtis LeMarr was Hess White.

Child of ? Taylor and Sarah LeMarr is:
 1 i. Silas Andrew LeMarr,Sr, born August 02, 1900 in Union County, Tennessee; died April 20, 1985 in Oak Hill, Fayette Co.,West Virginia; married Fannie Martha Rutherford November 02, 1917 in Campbell Co.,TN.
 

Generation No. 3

 6.  Isaac Newton LeMarr, born October 30, 1856 in Claiborne County, Tennessee; died July 08, 1943 in Campbell County, Tennessee.  He was the son of 12. James Madison (Mat) LeMarr and 13. Mary Obedience Davis.  He married 7. Melinda Wright September 13, 1877 in Union Co.,TN.
 7.  Melinda Wright, born 1852 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died 1896 in Union Co.,TN.  She was the daughter of 14. William Morgan Wright and 15. Mary Ann Lynch.

5 Generation Picture
Silas Andrew LeMarr, Christine LeMasters, Mary Marie LeMarr LeMasters
Isaac Newton LeMarr, Sarah Malinda LeMarr Young

Photo courtesy of M. LeMasters

Notes for Isaac Newton LeMarr:
1880 UNION CO.,TN CENSUS
LEMAR ISAAC          23 WM MARRIED LABORER TN TN TN
             MALINDA    26 WF  MARRIED K.H.           TN TN TN CW WIFE
             JAMES W     1 WM SINGLE                       TN TN TN       SON
             JOHN B.M. 8/12 WM SINGLE                    TN TN TN       SON

1891 LAMAR  I. N. Union County TN pg 027 Dist. 13  -male Voters TN 1891 Voters List

1900 CENSUS LISTED WITH FATHER
1900 UNION CO.,TN CENSUS VOL 70, E D 161, SHEET 10, LINE 45
LEMARR JAMES M               69 FEB 1831 TN
               MARY D                 69 MARCH 1831 TN WIFE
               ISAAC N                 43  OCT 1856 TN SON
               JAMES W              21 JULY 1878 TN GSON
               SARAH M              19  APRIL 1882 TN GDAU
               VACHAEL              12  SEPT 1887 TN GSON

1910 Union Co.,TN CENSUS
163/173 LEMARR ISAAC M   WIDOWED 53 TN TN TN
                             JAMES M WIDOWED FATHER 79 TN TN TN
      174                 VACHEL 22 MD 3 YRS son of Isaac TN TN TN
                             ROSIE J 19 MD 3 YRS Vachel's wife
                             JAMES P 16 COUSIN TN TN TN (Isaac's nephew and James M' grandson)
                              SILLAS  10 NEPHEW TN TN TN (grandson of Isaac and greatgrandson of James M)
                             NINA A     2 DAU Vachel's dau TN TN TN
                            NEWTON C 6/12 SON Vachel's son TN TN TN

1920 UNION CO.,TN CENSUS VOL 82, E D 195, SHEET 9, LINE 64
LEMARR ISSAC N     63 TN
               MARY A     53  TN WIFE
               ETTA          23 TN DAUGHTER
 

From the Knoxville Journal dated Saturday, July 10, 1943:
Lemarr, Issac N., 86 died Thursday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Sam Young, Lafollette.  Survivors include 2 sons, V. Lemarr of
Lafollette and James Lemarr of Portland, Oregon.  One daughter, Sarah Young; one brother Marion Lemarr of Lafollette; 13 grandchildren, 38 great-grandchildren, 8 great-great-grandchildren.

Children of Isaac LeMarr and Melinda Wright are:
  i. James W LeMarr, born July 1878 in Union Co.,TN.
  ii. John B M LeMarr, born October 1879 in Union Co.,TN; died 1883 in Union Co.,TN.
 3 iii. Sarah Malinda LeMarr, born April 18, 1882 in Union Co.,TN; died October 30, 1973 in Rhea County, Tennessee; met (1) ? Taylor 1899 in Union Co.,TN; met (2) Hess White 1905 in Union Co.,TN; married (3) Samuel Pryor Young 1909.
  iv. Mary Obedience LeMarr, born 1885 in Union Co.,TN; died 1887 in Union Co.,TN.
  v. Vachael LeMarr, born September 26, 1887 in Union Co.,TN; died February 08, 1972 in Campbell County, Tennessee; married (1) Rose (Rosie) Jane Overbay Abt. 1907 in TN; died March 15, 1915; married (2) Nancy F Rutherford 1916 in TN; born August 17, 1898 in Union Co.,TN1; died July 22, 1985 in LaFollette, Campbell Co.,TN.
 

Generation No. 4

 12.  James Madison (Mat) LeMarr, born February 01, 1831 in Claiborne County, Tennessee; died August 30, 1915 in Union Co.,TN.  He was the son of 25. Mary LeMarr.  He married 13. Mary Obedience Davis October 13, 1852 in Claiborne County, Tennessee.
 13.  Mary Obedience Davis, born March 22, 1831 in Claiborne County, Tennessee; died September 1902 in Union Co.,TN.  She was the daughter of 26. ? Davis and 27. Temperance Bratcher.

James Madison (Mat) LeMarr

Photo courtesy of R. Lamarr
Notes for James Madison LeMarr:
Claiborne Co.,TN Records
LeMar, J.M. & wife to A.J. Gower 1866 (Book U or V Page 598) This is lease to A.G. Gower for mining rights dated 2/27/1866. This was 200 acres left to James Madison LeMarr and his wife Obedience Davis LeMarr by her uncle John Bratcher. John Bratcher was the brother of Temperance Bratcher Davis, the mother of Obedience Davis LeMarr.

1860 CLAIBORNE CO.,TN CENSUS PG 262 taken from transcription book.
LAMARS MADISON  34
              BIDDA        30
              CHARLES I  6
              ISAAC N       5

1870 UNION CO.,TN CENSUS PG 294 Need to get this.
LAMAR J M 39 TN $600 $500
             BEDIANCE 39 TN KEEPING HOUSE
            CHARLES J 15 TN FARM LABORER
             ISAAC M      12 TN
             JAMES F      10 TN
             WILLIAM V    5 TN
             DAVID F        1 TN
DAVIS, TEMPA         41 TN
HUBARD, TEMPA     19 TN HOUSE KEEPER

1880 UNION CO.,TN CENSUS taken from transcription book.
LEMAR JAMES M            49 WM MARR FARMER TN TN TN
            OBEDIENCE        49 WF MARR   K.H.        TN TN TN WIFE CW
            JAMES F              19 WM SINGLE FARM/SHC TN TN TN SON
            WILLIAM V           14 WM SINGLE FARM/SCH TN TN TN SON CRW
            DAVID F                11 WM SINGLE SCH          TN TN TN SON CRW
            FRANCIS M            7 WM SINGLE SCH           TN TN TN SON
            MARGARET M       2  WF SINGLE                    TN TN TN DAU
DAVIS TEMPA                  87 WF WIDOW AT HOME   TN VA VA M-I-L

1891 LAMAR MAT  Union County TN pg 001 TN 1891 Voters Lis

1900 UNION CO.,TN CENSUS VOL 70, E D 161, SHEET 10, LINE 45
LEMARR JAMES M               69 FEB 1831 TN
               MARY D                 69 MARCH 1831 TN WIFE 9 children 5 alive married 49 years
               ISAAC N                 43  OCT 1856 TN SON
               JAMES W              21 JULY 1878 TN GSON
               SARAH M              19  APRIL 1882 TN GDAU
               VACHAEL              12  SEPT 1887 TN GSON

Union Co.,TN Death Records:
LEEMARR         James M.                84      1915    Union     #427

Children of James LeMarr and Mary Davis are:
  i. Nancy M LeMarr, born July 19, 1853 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died Bef. 1860 in Claiborne Co.,TN.
  ii. Charles D (Jek) LeMarr, born November 24, 1854 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died December 24, 1928 in Campbell Co.,TN; married Nancy (Nack) M Bowman February 05, 1877 in Union County, Tennessee; born April 1852 in TN; died 1903 in Campbell Co.,TN.
 6 iii. Isaac Newton LeMarr, born October 30, 1856 in Claiborne County, Tennessee; died July 08, 1943 in Campbell County, Tennessee; married (1) Melinda Wright September 13, 1877 in Union Co.,TN; married (2) Minerva L Leach December 10, 1899 in Union Co.,TN; married (3) Mary Ann Wright Aft. 1910 in Union Co.,TN.
  iv. James Floyd LeMarr, born November 18, 1860 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died November 17, 1910 in Claiborne Co.,TN; married Sarah Jane McCarty September 04, 1881 in Union Co.,TN; born February 16, 1861 in TN; died 1949.
  v. Mary Ann LeMarr, born October 08, 1864 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died Bef. 1870 in TN.
  vi. William Vachael LeMarr, born April 19, 1866 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died January 20, 1928.
  vii. David Franklin LeMarr, born January 19, 1869 in Union County, Tennessee; died November 09, 1899 in Union Co.,TN; married Nancy Melinda Graves; born November 29, 1867; died August 06, 1935 in Union Co.,TN.
  viii. Francis Marion LeMarr, born May 27, 1873 in Union Co.,TN; died August 09, 1958 in LaFollette, Campbell Co.,TN; married Hettie C. Monday September 06, 1896; born December 02, 1874 in TN; died January 27, 1958 in Campbell Co., TN.
  ix. Margaret Matilda LeMarr, born August 04, 1877 in Union Co.,TN; died 1881 in Union Co.,TN.
 

 14.  William Morgan Wright, born January 1828 in NC; died Aft. 1891 in Union Co.,TN.  He was the son of 29. Elizabeth ?.  He married 15. Mary Ann Lynch June 05, 1849 in Claiborne County, Tennessee.
 15.  Mary Ann Lynch, born 1828 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died November 24, 1890 in Union Co.,TN. She was the daughter of 30. Chaney Lynch and 31. Malinda Hunter.

Notes for William Morgan Wright:
1850 CLAIBORNE CO.,TN CENSUS
RIGHT     William   Clai Co TN 900-620  22 NC     h/h
RIGHT     John E    Clai Co TN 900-620  1 TN
RIGHT     Mary       Clai Co TN 900-620  23 TN

1860 CLAIBORNE CO.,TN CENSUS PG 260
WRIGHT WILLIAM M 30 NC
               MARY         28 TN
              JOHN          12TN
              ANNA C       10 TN
             MALINDA       8 TN
             SERAH          6 TN
            GEORGE        2 TN (William M Wright Jr, He was renamed after this census. Information from M. Brantly a descendant.)

1870 UNION CO,TN HEADS OF HOUSEHOLDS
RIGHT William 43 NC FARMER $1000 $400
           MARY A  43 TN KEEPING HOUSE
           JOHN E  21 TN FARM LABORER $0 $100
           ANNEY C 19 TN
           MALINDA 18 TN
           SARIAH E 15 TN
           WILLIAM M   11 TN
           EASTER       8 TN
           MARY A       6 TN

1880 UNION COUNTY.,TN CENSUS PG 243 IN BOOK
WRIGHT, WILLIAM M, 52 NC
                MARY           52TN
                SARAH E      22 TN
                WILLIAM M  21 TN
                EASTER 19 TN
                MARY ANN   16 TN
                MARGARET E  8 TN

William and his son are listed in a voters list:
1891 WRIGHT W. M. M. Union County TN 027 Dist. 13 -male Voters- TN 1891 Voters List
1891 WRIGHT WILLIAM County TN  027 Dist. 13 -male Voters- TN 1891 Voters List

A William M Wright listed Co. J 8th TN Inf as his unit on a Civil War Pension Application. This was filed in Feb. 4, 1896. The application number was 214821 and the certificate number was 237175. There was no state listed on the application card on ancetry.com. there are muster cards listing companies G and J 8th TN for a William M Wright.

1890 WRIGHT MORGAN Union County TN 001 Ed 258 TN 1890 Veterans Schedule

ancestry.com image for William M Wright pension application record:
http://www.reocities.com/Heartland/7054/Families/Wright/wmwright.jpg

Children of William Wright and Mary Lynch are:
  i. John Ellis Wright, born May 07, 1849 in Speedwell, Claiborne Co.,TN; married Mary E. Ellison March 14, 1872 in Union Co.,TN.
  ii. Anna C Wright, born 1850 in Claiborne Co.,TN.
 7 iii. Melinda Wright, born 1852 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died 1896 in Union Co.,TN; married Isaac Newton LeMarr September 13, 1877 in Union Co.,TN.
  iv. Sarah E Wright, born 1854 in Claiborne Co.,TN; married John W Norton February 18, 1883 in Union Co.,TN.
  v. William Morgan Wright, Jr, born June 1859 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died Aft. 1910; married Louisa Marinda Patterson July 13, 1884 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died Aft. 1900.
  vi. Amy Catherine Wright, born February 06, 1862 in Union Co.,TN; died November 11, 1898 in Union Co.,TN; married David Ausmus December 31, 1878 in Claiborne Co.,TN; born May 04, 1856 in Union Co.,TN; died September 09, 1925 in Union Co.,TN.
  vii. Easter Wright, born July 1862 in Speedwell, Claiborne Co.,TN; married McKindred Ellison February 04, 1884 in Union Co.,TN; born March 10, 1826 in Speedwell, Claiborne Co.,TN; died 1905 in Union Co.,TN.
  viii. Mary Ann Wright, born 1867 in Union Co.,TN; married (1) William M Cain January 01, 1882 in Union Co.,TN; born October 30, 1861 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died November 10, 1908 in Union Co.,TN; married (2) Isaac Newton LeMarr Aft. 1910 in Union Co.,TN; born October 30, 1856 in
Claiborne County, Tennessee; died July 08, 1943 in Campbell County, Tennessee.
  ix. Margaret E Wright, born 1872 in Union Co.,TN; married Caywood Bowman December 15, 1888 in Union Co.,TN.
 

Generation No. 5

 25.  Mary LeMarr, born Bet. 1800 - 1810 in Russell Co.,VA; died Bet. 1849 - 1850 in Claiborne Co.,TN.  She was the daughter of 50. James Lemar and 51. Mary Taylor.

Nptes for MAry LeMarr:
1830 CLAIBORNE CO.,TN CENSUS
MARY LEMARR 1-10001
(1 MALE UNDER 5, 1 FEMALE UNDER 5, 1 FEMALE 20-30)
(ISAAC NEWTON, FEMALE, MARY)

1840 CLAIBORNE CO.,TN CENSUS MARY LEMARR 211-110001
(2 MALES UNDER 5, 1 MALE 5-10, 1 MALE 10-15, 1 FEMALE UNDER 5, 1 FEMALE 5-10, 1 FEMALE 30-40)
(DAVID FRANKLIN, FRANCIS MARION, JAMES MADISON, ISAAC NEWTON, FEMALE, ELIZABETH, MARY)

1850 CLAIBORNE CO., TN CENSUS PG 338
LAMARR JAMES L  19 M TN
               ELIZABETH 17 F TN
               FRANCIS M 13 F OR M TN
               DAVID          11 M TN

"Tennessee Wills And Administrations 1779-1861"  by Bryon and Barbera Sistler Nashville, TN 1990, pg. 216
Polley Lemarr Inventory Book 1 pg 191 1851 Claiborne Co.,TN

Claiborne Co.,TN Courthouse Records:
An Inventory of the Personal Estate of Polly Lemarr
one gray mare, two cows, one chest, one keetle(sic), one little wheele(sic), two tables, two pots, one oven, one skillet, one pare of plow geers, two bedsteads, one ax, one iron wedge, onebsingletree, four chairs, one bed cord, three pails, one bredtray, one washing tub, one set of puter plates, one meal tub, two pare of pot hooks, one shovel, no notes or accounts of any kind

The above is a perfect inventory of all the goods and chattlesbrights and credits of the said Polly Lemarr deceased which has come to my hands possession or knowledge or the hands of any other person for me as the best of my knowledge and beliefs this 6th day of February 1851
Jesse Rogers
Administrator

An Inventory and account of the sales of the estate of Polley Lemar Deceased
Sales at the residents of Jacob Castels in Claiborne County after having advertised according to Law
1 Mattock and Hoe sold to Jesse Cain  .20
1 Iron Wedge                     Isaac Lemarr .26
1Ax                                    Aaron Lynch   .65
1 pair of girs                     Madderson Lemarr 1.88
1 Bred Tray                      G.W. Willson  .26
1 pail                                Jesse Cane    .52
1 pail                                 G.W. Willson .25
1 washing tub                   Joseph Moyers .69
1 Singletree Clevis H       J. M.Lemarr    .61
1 Table and Mealtub        Isaac Lemarr  1.00
1 oven                              J.A. Hunter    .60
1pot and lew                    Wm. B. Dunn  .15
1 Skillit                            Houston Lynch .22
1 pot                                Aaron Lynch    .51
1 shovel & 2 pair pot hooks Jesse Cain .80
1 Bottle                           G.W. Willson   .15
1 Bedsted                       Jesse Cain      1.27
1 bedsted                       Jane Smith       .20
1 Bed Cord                     Jesse Cain      .71
1Set of puterplates        G.W. Willson  2.34
1 Sifter                          F.H. Beeler       .05
1Bed quilt                      H.J. Smith        .65
1 Sheet                          J.A. Hunter       .25
1 underbed kick             H.J. Smith       .90
1 Bedquilt                      H.J. Smith       .68
1 Table Cloth                 Elizabeth Lemarr 1.04
4 Towels                       Elizabeth Lemarr 1.26
1 Table Cloth                Elizabeth Lemarr 1.18 1/2
1 Towel                         Elizabeth Lemarr  .62 1/2
1 gist                            John Cawood      4.07
1 hachet                       John Norton       1.36
2 chains                       H.J. Smith            .51
2 cheans and Bea Table H.J. Smith        .60
1 pottramel                  Jesse Cain          .13
1 Cane                         J.E. Bowman    11.00
1 Cane                         Wm. Maples      7.56
1 little wheel               Daniel Beelor     2.34
May 3d (30?) 1 Gray Mair Wm Bowman 37.06
                                                             ---------------
                                                             $78.90

The foregoin is a full and perfect account of the sales of all the property of the Estate of Polley Lemarr Deceased Directed by Law to be solde Notes with good security due twelve months after date ???? taken from the purchasers this 5th of March 1851
Jesse Rogers Administratorof Polly Lemar Deceased

Children of Mary LeMarr are:
  i. Daughter LeMarr, born Bet. 1825 - 1830 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died Bef. 1840 in Claiborne Co.,TN.
  ii. Isaac Newton LeMarr, born May 18, 1829 in Claiborne County, Tennessee; died June 30, 1916 in Palmyra, Macoupin Co.,Illinois; married Sarah Elizabeth James August 19, 1856 in Palmyra, IL; born July 03, 1836 in Whiteside Co.,IL; died December 13, 1921 in Springfield, IL.
 12 iii. James Madison (Mat) LeMarr, born February 01, 1831 in Claiborne County, Tennessee; died August 30, 1915 in Union Co.,TN; married Mary Obedience Davis October 13, 1852 in Claiborne County, Tennessee.
  iv. Elizabeth LeMarr, born Bet. 1832 - 1833.
  v. Female LeMarr, born Bet. 1835 - 1839 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died Bef. 1840 in Claiborne Co.,TN.
  vi. Francis Marion LeMarr, born Bet. 1836 - 1837 in TN; died January 25, 1865 in Elmmiira, NY.
  vii. David Franklin LeMarr, born February 23, 1840 in VA or TN; died December 10, 1918 in Union Co.,TN; married (1) Mary ? Bef. 1883; married (2) Elizabeth O. Davis February 27, 1883 in Claiborne Co.,TN; born Abt. 1859; died January 1949.
 

 26.  ? Davis, died Bef. 1840 in Claiborne Co.,TN.  He married 27. Temperance Bratcher.
 27.  Temperance Bratcher, born Bet. 1793 - 1804 in TN; died Aft. 1880 in Union Co.,TN.  She was the daughter of 54. Charles Bratcher and 55. Nancy ?.

Notes for Temperance Bratcher:
1840 CLAIBORNE CO.,TN CENSUS
TEMPERANCE DAVIS 1-MALE UNDER 5 (CHARLES J)
                                   2-MALES 5-10 (RICHARD G & VACHEL)
                                  2-FEMALES 5-10 (NANCY & MARY OBEDIENCE)
                                  1-FEMALE 10-15 (UNKNOWN FEMALE)
                                  1-FEMALE 30-40 (Temperance)

1850 CAMPBELL CO.,TN CENSUS
DAVIS TEMPERANCE      46 TN
           NANCY                  16 TN
           RICHARD G           14 TN

1870 UNION CO.,TN CENSUS PG 294.
LAMAR J M 39 TN $600 $500
             BEDIANCE 39 TN KEEPING HOUSE
             CHARLES J 15 TN FARM LABORER
             ISAAC M      12 TN
             JAMES F      10 TN
             WILLIAM V    5 TN
             DAVID F        1 TN
DAVIS, TEMPA         41 TN
HUBARD, TEMPA     19 TN HOUSE KEEPER
 

1880 UNION CO.,TN CENSUS taken from transcription book.
LEMAR JAMES M            49 WM MARR FARMER TN TN TN
            OBEDIENCE        49 WF MARR   K.H.        TN TN TN WIFE CW
            JAMES F              19 WM SINGLE FARM/SHC TN TN TN SON
            WILLIAM V           14 WM SINGLE FARM/SCH TN TN TN SON CRW
            DAVID F                11 WM SINGLE SCH          TN TN TN SON CRW
            FRANCIS M            7 WM SINGLE SCH           TN TN TN SON
            MARGARET M       2  WF SINGLE                    TN TN TN DAU
DAVIS TEMPA                  87 WF WIDOW AT HOME   TN VA VA M-I-L

Children of ? Davis and Temperance Bratcher are:
  i. Female Davis, born Bet. 1825 - 1830 in Claiborne Co.,TN.
 13 ii. Mary Obedience Davis, born March 22, 1831 in Claiborne County, Tennessee; died September
1902 in Union Co.,TN; married James Madison (Mat) LeMarr October 13, 1852 in Claiborne County, Tennessee.
  iii. Vachael Davis, born Bet. 1831 - 1834.
  iv. Nancy Davis, born 1834.
  v. Richard G Davis, born Abt. 1835.
  vi. Charles J Davis, born 1837 in Claiborne Co.,TN; married Mary A ?.
 

 29.  Elizabeth ?, born Abt. 1787 in VA; died Aft. 1870 in Claiborne Co.,TN.

Notes for Elizabeth ?:
1850 CLAIBORNE CO.,TN CENSUS
RIGHT     Elizabeth Clai Co TN 991-620  63 VA     h/h
RIGHT     Martha    Clai Co TN 991-620  19 NC
RIGHT     Geo F     Clai Co TN 991-620  15  NC

1860 CLAIBORNE CO.,TN CENSUS
WRIGHT GEORGE F 27
               ELIZABETH 70
               MARTHA 28
               WILEY      6
               ELIZABETH 2

Children of Elizabeth ? are:
     i. Elizabeth Wright, born Bet. 1823 - 1824 in NC; died May 28, 1908; married Isaac Bolinger, Jr January 22, 1842 in Claiborne County, Tennessee; born Abt. 1820.
 14ii. William Morgan Wright, born January 1828 in NC; died Aft. 1891 in Union Co.,TN; married Mary Ann Lynch June 05, 1849 in Claiborne County, Tennessee.
  iii. Martha Patsy Wright, born Bet. 1830 - 1831 in NC; married ? ?.
  iv. George Franklin Wright, born Bet. 1834 - 1835 in NC; married Matilda Bolinger Aft. 1865; born January 07, 1834 in Union Co.,TN.
 

 30.  Chaney Lynch, born January 14, 1806 in TN; died December 08, 1859 in Claiborne Co.,TN.  He was the son of 60. Jesse Lynch and 61. Mary (Polly) Stone.  He married 31. Malinda Hunter Bet. 1821 - 1822 in Claiborne Co.,TN.
 31.  Malinda Hunter, born February 04, 1810 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died September 23, 1881 in Claiborne Co.,TN.  She was the daughter of 62. Henry Hunter and 63. Barbara Bollinger.

Notes for Chaney Lynch:
Was a member of Davis Creek Baptist Church. Death date taken from Church records. According to the data of BEVERLLY NELSON, CHANEY LYNCH is the son of JESSE LYNCH and MARY STONE. See page 32 of "Lynch and Related Families of Claiborne County, TN" for the children of this marriage.

1830 CLAIBORNE CO.,TN CENSUS
CHANY LYNCH 1-MALE 20-30
                         2-FEMALES UNDER 5
                        1-FEMALE 20-30

1840 CLAIBORNE CO.,TN CENSUS
CHANY LINCH 010001-212001
1-MALE 5-10
1-MALE 30-40
2-FEMALES UNDER 5
1 FEMALE 5-10
2 FEMALES 10-15
1-FEMALE 30-40

1850 Claiborne Co.,TN Census
Cany Lynch        44 farmer $800 TN
Malinda              41                      TN
Sterling W          18 laborer
Nancy                 16
Bethena              12
Elizabeth             8
Martha                 6
Emily                   4
Jane                    16

1860 CENSUS CLAIBORNE CO.,TN
LYNCH MALINDA           51
            ELIZABETH C     19
            MARTHA M         17
            SARAH E             12
            LUCINDA L            7

Children of Chaney Lynch and Malinda Hunter are:
  i. Barbara Lynch, born October 21, 1822 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died December 30, 1892; married John Sherman (Jehue) Cain February 12, 1850 in Claiborne County, Tennessee; born March 05, 1826 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died July 23, 1903 in Union Co.,TN.
 15 ii. Mary Ann Lynch, born 1828 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died November 24, 1890 in Union Co.,TN; married William Morgan Wright June 05, 1849 in Claiborne County, Tennessee.
  iii. Sterling W Lynch, born 1832 in Claiborne Co.,TN; married (1) Lucinda Hunter December 12, 1854; born 1830 in Speedwell, Claiborne Co.,TN; died March 19, 1888; married (2) Frances Norvill October 14, 1858 in Whitley or Laurel County, Kentucky.
  iv. Nancy Lynch, born 1834 in Speedwell, Claiborne County, Tennessee; married (1) Allen Russell December 16, 1855 in Speedwell, Claiborne County, Tennessee; married (2) Peter Graves January 31, 1867 in Union County, Tennessee; born Abt. 1803.   v. Jane Lynch, born 1835 in Claiborne Co.,TN.
  vi. Bethena Lynch, born July 28, 1838 in Speedwell, Claiborne County, Tennessee; died May 31,
1913 in Union County, Tennessee; married William Graves May 28, 1858 in Claiborne County, Tennessee.
  vii. Elizabeth C Lynch, born 1842 in Claiborne Co.,TN.
  viii. Martha M Lynch, born 1844 in Claiborne Co.,TN.
  ix. Sarah Emily Lynch, born September 14, 1846 in Speedwell, Claiborne County, Tennessee; died January 01, 1935; married Pryor L Berry February 01, 1885.
  x. Lucinda L Lynch, born 1853 in Speedwell, Claiborne County, Tennessee; died 1887; married Henry Braden March 27, 1869 in Union Co.,TN.
 

Generation No. 6

 50.  James Lemar, born Bet. 1750 - 1761 in Queen Anne Co.,MD; died April 27, 1821 in Claiborne Co.,TN2.  He was the son of 100. Luke Lemar and 101. Amy Swift.  He married 51. Mary Taylor in Probably Russell Co.,VA.
 51.  Mary Taylor, born Bet. 1770 - 1780; died Aft. 1830 in Claiborne Co.,TN.  She was the daughter of 102. James Taylor and 103. Rachel ?.

Notes for James Lemar:
1782 WASHINGTON CO.,VA TAX LISTS
Name                          Tithes     Horses    Cattle     Slaves   Slave Names
Captain Barnett's Precinct
Lemare, John                  1          2               6
Lemare, James               1          2                -
Lemare, Luke                 1          5               5
Lemare, William             1          5               4
Lemare, Gallant              1          3                -

1787 RUSSELL COUNTY VIRGINIA PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST, SAMUEL RITCHIE'S LIST LOWER DISTRICT:
Lemar, James  1
Lemar, John  1
Lemar, Luke  1

1788 RUSSELL COUNTY VIRGINIA PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST LOWER DISTRICT, SAMUEL RITCHIE'S LIST:
Lemar, John (1)
Lemar, Luke (1)

1789 RUSSELL COUNTY VIRGINIA PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST LOWER DISTRICT, SAMUEL RITCHIE'S LIST:
Lemar, James (1)
Lemar, John (1)
Lemar, Luke (1)

Names found in the 1790 Russell Co., Virginia Personal Property Tax List
Lemar, James        Lower
Lemar, John         Lower
Lemar, Luke         Lower

1792 RUSSELL COUNTY VIRGINIA PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST LOWER DISTRICT, JOHN CARTER'S LIST:
Lamarr, John (1)
Lemar, James (1)

1793 RUSSELL COUNTY VIRGINIA PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST LOWER DISTRICT, JOHN CARTER'S LIST:
Lemar, James (1)
Lemar, John (2)

1794 RUSSELL COUNTY VIRGINIA PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST LOWER DISTRICT, PATRICK PORTER'S LIST:
James Lemar (1)
John Lemar (1)

1795 Russell County Virginia Personal Property Tax List Lower District Robert Tate, Jr., Commissioner:
James Lemarr-1
John Lemarr-2

1796 Russell County Virginia Personal Property Tax List LOWER DISTRICT, ROBERT TATE'S LIST:
Lamarr, John (1)
Lemarr, James (1)

1797 Russell County Virginia Personal Property Tax List LOWER DISTRICT, ROBERT TATE'S LIST:
Lamarr, James (1)

1798 Russell County Virginia Personal Property Tax List Lower District, Robert Tate's List:
Lemarr, James (2)

1799 Russell County Virginia Personal Property Tax List Lower District, Robert Tate's List:
Lemarr, James (2)

1800 Russell County Virginia Personal Property Tax List Lower District James Dickenson's List:
Lemarr, James

1810 Russell County Personal Property Tax List:
Leman, James (obviously these are a transcription mistake for the tax list listed online)
Leman, John

1830 Claiborne Co.,TN census
MARY LAMAR 1011-00001001 (Listed 6 HOUSES AWAY FROM DAUGHTER, PREVIOUSLY LISTED MARY PG 142 AND 2 HOUSES FROM SON JAMES TAYLOR LEMAR.)
(1 MALE UNDER 5, 1 MALE 10-15, 1 MALE 15-20, 1 FEMALE 20-30, 1 FEMALE 50-60)
(James Taylor Lemar Hopper, Mathew Lemar, Isham Lemar, Martha Lemar, Widow Mary Taylor Lemar)

Claiborne Co.,TN Records:
James Lemare taxes of .31 1/4 in Nov. 1807 (This is obviously James the son of Gallent  Lemar II)
John Lemare bought 200 acres from Thomas Mclaine in Feb 1808 BK A PG 386 (This is the son of Luke.)
James Lemare, Jr. was a juror for August term 1814 (This is our James Lemar son of Luke)
A James LeMar died in 1821, oaths by Jessee Cain and John Linch. (This is our James Lemar son of Luke.)

Claiborne County, Tennessee, Minutes of Court & Pleas & Quarter Sessions
page 268
August 11, 1823
        Ordered by the court that Frederick Bollinger be appointed overseer of
        the road from the walnut and hickory end of James Rogers precinct
        Crossing through the gap of the ridge by David Snuffers.  Robert Gibsons
        lain and have for hands William Hooper, Charles Noey Hooper, Jacob
        Cassel, Alfred Lynch, John Lynch, Aaron Lynch, Jessee Cain, James
        Cain, George Beeler, William Nations, George Sharp, James L. LeMare,
        Joseph Morning, Valentine Boroff, Samuel Rogers.

Also on page 299, Nov 16, 1823, the same order lists a James LeMar along with
        a James T. LeMare, and a John Bracher.  (Note that the mother of  James Madison
        Lemar's wife, Obedience Davis, was a Bratcher, daughter of Charles Bratcher).

There is a land grant 1793 in Washington Co.,VA for 100 acres for James Lemar. The name David Cain is in the document and James Lemar is listed as the assignee of David Cain. The original patent is dated 1783 and the patent was not issued until 1793. The patent states the land beside Alexander Montogomery, Robert Tate, and the land where James Lemar now lives on.
1793 MAY 16- LAND GRANT TO JAMES LEMAR FOR 100 ACRES IN WASHINGTON CO VA /GRANTS 28 PAGE 303

"Russell County Deed Book 2" by Tom Colley
Deed Book 2 page 256 of deed book 2
Tate Deed To Davis- 12/26/1796 40 acres for 25 pounds-the land lying between James Lemars(***) & James Overton-Land they now live on

"Russell Co.,VA Deed Book 3, 1798-1806" by Thomas Colley
Taylor et Al to Price 200 acres
12 Oct 1803: Indenture between James Taylor and Milley, his wife, Joseph Taylor, James Lemarr and Mary, his wife, Heirs and coheirs of James Taylor, deceased, all of Russell County of the one part and Francis Price (of Russell County) of the other part...$800...Land in Russell Co. on both sides of Mockeson Creek a branch of the North Fork of Holston River and bounded...corner to James King Carr's land as was; which he formerly lived on...bank of the Mill pond...containing 200 acres m/l which said Tract...being their part allotment of 2 tracts of land which was granted to the said James Taylor, Dec'd., from this Commonwealth the first bearing the date 20 Jul 1787 and the second 18 Oct 1791....
Sig: James Taylor, Milly Taylor, Joseph Taylor, James Lemarr, Mary Lemarr
Wit: Nathan Ellington, Daniel Price, Nelson White
Acknowledgement/Recorded: February Court 1804...on Oaths of (above named witnesses)

Implied Marriages Of Russell County, Virginia compiled by Mary D Fugate, C.G.R.S.
James Lemarr: 12 Oct 1803; Mary heir & legatee of James Taylor (Fugate's reference Russell Co. Deed Book 3 page 458 (This book tries to provide possible marriages implied from deeds, wills, and such of marriages not recorded.)

"Russell Co.,VA Deed Book 3, 1798-1806" by Thomas Colley
Tate et Aux. to Lemarr 30 acres
26 Mar 1806: Indenture between Robert Tate & Mary, his wife and James Lemar (all of Russell Co.)....$1...land in Russell Co. on both sides of big Mockerson Creek and Bounded: beginning at a stake at the crossing of the STATE and Walkers lines on the North side of the said Creek at a place known by the name of the deep fording....containing 30 acres m/l.....
Sig: Robert Tate, Mary Tate
Acknowledgement/Recorded: April Court 1806...Mary, having been first prvily examined....

" Russell County Virginia Deed Book 4 1806-1814" by Tom Colley; Iberian Publishing Company; Athens, GA 1996:
Deed Book 4 page 451 Lemarr deed to Taylor 100 acres
01 Oct 1811: Indenture between James Lemarr & Mary his wife of Russell County and State of Virginia... and John Taylor of Lee Co., and State aforesaid... L110...land in Russell Co. on both sides of big mochenson creek...Beginning:..corner to William Hullums land he now lives on and with a line thereof....crossing the creek to a spanish oak on a spur of Clinch mountain and along the same...bank on the creek corner to a survey made by Robert Tate and with his line...leaving sd. line...crossing the walnut hollow to the Beginning. containing 100 acres more or less.

Sig: James Lemarr, Mary Lemarr
Acknowledgement/Recorded: 01 Oct 1811... Mary... having been first privily examined.

CLAIBORNE CO.,TN DEED BOOK D PG 38 NATHANIEL NORVELL TO JAMES LEMARR 1812 $500 150 ACRES
 This indenture made this twenty eight day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twelve between Nathaniel Norvell of the county of Claiborne and the State of Tennessee of the one part and James Lemarr of the same place of the other part Witnesseth that the said Nathaniel Norville for and in consideratiion of the sum of five hundred dollars to him in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath for himself and his heirs bargained sold set over conveyed and confirmed and by these presents doth bargain grant sell convey and confirm unto the said James Lemarr a certain piece or parcel of land situate lying and being in the county of Claiborne in the state aforesaid in Henderson and companys Powell Valley Large Survey...Beginning on a black oak in a hollow on the lot line then with said line to a black oak on the top of the dividing ridge then along the top of the said ridge to a black oak-corner to Peter Ausmus near a mud fieldwhere Robert Jones once lived then to two black oaks another corner of Peter Ausmuses then along said Peters line (now known by the name of Latin Ewels line and corner) to three white oak saplings all from one root then along said Ewels line to a Hickory by the line of the road then up the said road to a hickory at the mouth of a hollow thence up the said hollow to the above mentioned lot linethe place of beginning containing one hundred and fifty acres be the same more or less together with all wood woods water waters mines and minerals ways and priviledges herewith ???? and appurtenances, unto the said land belonging or in any wise appurtaining to the same or any part thereof and all the estate right title interest property claim and demand him the sd. Nathaniel Norville his heirs executors administrators and assigns unto the said James Lemarr his heirs executors administrators assigns to have and to hold the said one hundred and fifty acres of land witht he appurtenances unto the said James Lemarr his heirs and assigns forever as an estate of inheritance in fee simple..Lastly I the said Nathaniel Norville do bind myself my Heirs unto the said James Lemarr his heirs to warrant and forever defend the said tract or parcell of land free from the lawful claim or claims of all and any other person or persons lawfully claiming or claim the same or any part thereof either in law or equity in testamony whereof the said Nathaniel Norville hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year above written log sealed and delivered in the presents of us:
Wm Rogers
John Cameron                                                                                                          Nathaniel Norville seale
James Rogers

Registered this 26 Day of Nov 1812
Wm Rogers register of Claiborne County

Children of James Lemar and Mary Taylor are:
  i. Sarah Lemar, born December 19, 1792 in Russell Co.,VA; died May 25, 1862 in Russell
Co.,VA; married John Hartsock; born Abt. 1788 in Huntingdon Co.,PA; died Abt. January 1869 in Russell Co., VA.
  ii. Nathan Lemar, born May 09, 1797 in Russell Co., VA; died December 01, 1865 in Union
Co.,TN; married Elizabeth Moore Abt. 1820 in Lee Co.,VA; born Bet. 1805 - 1806 in VA; died November 14, 1891 in Union Co.,TN.
  iii. Hannah Lemar, born Abt. 1798 in Russell Co.,VA; married Isaac Hartsock Bef. 1820; born Abt. 1794 in PA; died Bef. 1860 in Scott Co.,VA.
  iv. James Taylor LeMarr, born July 21, 1800 in Russell Co.,VA; died October 01, 1857 in Macoupin Co.,IL; married Martha Ann (Patsey) Cain September 02, 1821 in TN; born December 15, 1805 in NC; died October 01, 1857 in Macoupin Co.,IL.
 25 v. Mary LeMarr, born Bet. 1800 - 1810 in Russell Co.,VA; died Bet. 1849 - 1850 in Claiborne Co.,TN.
  vi. Esther/Easter Lemar, born Abt. 1805 in Russell Co.,VA; married Peter Hartsock Aft. 1820; born Abt. 1795 in PA; died Aft. 1850 in Scott Co.,VA.
  vii. Martha Lemar, born Abt. 1806 in Russell Co., VA; died December 11, 1869 in Claiborne Co.,TN; married John Hopper Abt. 1831; born February 02, 1803 in Orange Co.,NC; died June 25, 1886 in Claiborne Co.,TN.
  viii. Isem/Isham Lemar, born Abt. 1813 in Claiborne Co.,TN; married (1) Susan Sweet Bef. April 04, 1839 in TN; married (2) Rebecca McFarland April 04, 1839 in Campbell Co.,TN; born Abt. 1829 in TN.
  ix. Mathew LeMarr, born Abt. 1814 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died 1861 in Pondfork, Ozark Co., Missouri; married Charity Witt; born Abt. 1812 in North Carolina; died Aft. 1880 in MO.
 

 54.  Charles Bratcher, born 1762 in Bedford County, Virginia; died August 11, 1833 in Claiborne County, Tennessee.  He was the son of 108. John Bratcher and 109. Jane Canada.  He married 55. Nancy ?.
 55.  Nancy ?, born Bet. 1760 - 1770; died Aft. 1830 in Claiborne Co.,TN.

Notes for Charles Bratcher:
1818  BRATCHER CHARLES Campbell County TN  No Township Listed Tax lis

1830 CAMPBELL CO.,TN CENSUS
CHARLES BRATCHER 1-MALE 10-15
                                    1-MALE 40-50
                                    1-MALE 60-70
                                    1-FEMALE 20-30
                                    1-FEMALE 30-40
                                   1-FEMALE 60-70

Charles Bratcher, S.1501
 12 June 1833, Campbell County, Tennessee.  Charles (x) Bratcher of said county, aged 71 declares he volunteered in 1779 in Capt.  William Renfroe's company for three months.  Lt. Skelton Taylor signed his discharge.  He was stationed at Col. William Fleming's in Botetourt Co., Va, to guard the magazine.  Col. Fleming commanded at that post.  The troops built a block house and shortly after it was completed his time expired.
 In July or August he was drafted for three months from Bedford Co. Va and served under Capt. Jeremiah Pate and Col. Josiah Parker.  He was marched to Prince Edward Court House and there stationed for several weeks.  From there they marched to Richmond a short time before Cornwallis was taken.  He was discharged at Richmond after serving three months and nine or eleven days.
 He was born in Bedford County, Va., and moved from there to Tennessee.  Charles Bratcher of Campbell Co., Tennessee, private in the company of Capt. Renfroe in the regiment of Col. Fleming in the Virginia line six months and ten days, was placed on the East Tennessee roll at $21.11 per annum under the Act of 1832.  Cerfiticate 2290 was issued 18 October 1833.   His pension started on March 4, 1831.
NARA: File S1501, Rev War Pension file for "Bratcher, Charles"

(1) 2229   East Tennessee
   Charles Bratcher of Campbell Co. in the State of Tennessee who was a
private in the com commanded  by Captain Renforu of the high command of
Col. Fleming in the Virginia line for 6 months & 10 days
   Inscribed on the Roll of East Tennessee at the rate of 21 Dollars 11
Cents per annum to commence on the 4th day of March 1831.
   Certificate of Pension issued the 18 day of Oct 1833 and David
Richardson
Jacksborough
   Arrears to the 4th of Sept                             $52.77
   Semi-anl allowance ending 4 March                       10.55
                                                          _______
                                                          $63.32
                                                    Revolutionary Claim,
                                                    Act June 7, 1832
   Recorded by David Boyd Clerk
   Book   Vol. 7   Page 37

(2) State of Tennessee
    Campbell County
   On this the 13th day of June One Thousand Eight hundred and thirty three
personally appeared in open court before the Court of pleas and Quarter
Sessions of said County of Campbell now sitting. Charles Bratcher aged
seventy one years who being first duly sworn according to law doth upon his
Oath make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the
Act of Congress passed June 7th 1832. That he intered the service of the
United States under the following named officers and served as herein
Stated. That he entered the service of the United States in the month of
June One thouhsand seven hundred and seventy nine to the best of his
recollection as a volunteer in Captain William Renfroez Company Sheldon(?)
Taylor Lieutenant for three months. which time he served and received a
discharge signed by Shelton Taylor Lieutenant under whose command he was
when his time expired that he was stationed at Co. William Flemings
in Bottetourt County Virginia to guard the Magazine. Col. William Fleming
Commanded at that post. the troops while there guarding the magazine built
a block house shortly after the Block house was completed his time of
service expired and he returned home He was afterwards in the month of July
or August drafted for three months tour of duty from Bedford County in the
State of Virginia. intered the service of the United States in Captain
Jeremiah Pates Company in the Regiment commanded by Col Josiah Parker was
marched first to Prince Edward Courthouse was there stationed for several
weeks. From there was marched to Richmond Virginia a short time before
Conrwallis was taken--remianed at Richmond until discharged after having
served three months and either nine or eleven days does not remember which
he received a discharge for the time he served as Aforesaid signed by
Captain Jeremiah Pate both of which discharges are lost. he states that he
has no documentary evidence by which he can prove the services he performed
as a soldier in the revolutionary was nor does he know of Any person living
by whom he can prove the whole length of time he served He States that he
was born in Bedford County Virginia in the year one thousand seven hundred
and sixty two that he has no record of his age   That he lived when called
into service in Bedford County in the State of Virginia that he removed
from there to the State of Tennessee And that he is now a Citizen of
Campbell County in the State of Tennessee. That for the first tour of
service he performed he was a volunteer for the second he was drafted.
     That he recollects the Regiments commanded by Col. Josiah Parker and
Col Bluford He refers the Court to Col. Robert Glenn, Col Robert Doak
Lodowick Moad Esqr Thomas Moad Esqr John Clibon Esqu Majr Robrt Smith Jacob
Smith Ali Smith and his neighbours generally as to his character for
veractiy and their belief of his services as a soldier of the revolution.
   He hereby relinquished every claim whatever to a pension or annuity
except the present and declares his name is not on the pension roll of the
Agency of any State Sworn to and subscribed the day and year aforesaid.

                                            Charles, his X mark, Bratcher
   Sworn to in open Court date above
                                            William Cary Clk
(3) Form letter from the War Department, Pension Office which shows "in
tabular form" the services of Charles Bratcher...no new and different
information.

[FYI: my 'scribbly' notes about allied families. I've taken Charles Bratcher's neighbors from this tax list and input them as well . . . always looking for more connections. I assume the Davis men listed adjacent are the same soon seen in Campbell Co. (one of whom will marry Tempy Bratcher). One of Charles Bratcher's closest neighborns in Campbell Co. was Robert Doak . . . how related to the Samuel on this list I'm not sure. Lazarus Denny and Pretty Meeks are in-laws (Pretty, acutally "Priddy" in other spellings, was married to a dau. of Lazarus Denny . . . my ancestress Jane Denny was Charles Bratcher's next-door neighbor as she was md. to my Ali Smith . . . Jane Denny looks like a neice to Lazarus Denny). George Hutsel (and that's a common spelling variation for this name) is actually George Hatfield . . . and is the father of some of the Campbell Co. Hatfields . . . I'm still muddling over his exact relationship to neighboring Andrew Hatfield). All those extra names at the bottom come from Wilmington, DE, where my Smiths originated.]

DEEDS: TN; Campbell Co; Deek Bk. B, pp. 148, 259 p. 148 24 May 1813 Charles Bratcher to Canada Bratcher...for $482...120 ac. & 12 poles of land in Henderson & Co. Powell's Valley survey, Lot I...beginning at lot line of Lot K, N 35 degrees E 52 poles to a tree, N 38 degrees E 40 poles to a tree, S 40 degrees E 10 poles to a stake at John Bratcher's corner, N 50(?) degrees E 130 poles to the lot line at John Bratcher's corner on lot line, with sd. line N 29 degrees W 72 poles to a tree, with W.E. in grant line [what does this mean?] with sd. line 214 poles to letter K, with sd. line 12 poles to the beginning Witnesses: Michael Huffaker Charles, his mark, Bratcher George Huffaker Joseph X Robertson Proved by Michael Huffaker & Joseph Robertson June Sessions 1813 Recorded 18 Aug 1813

p. 259 29 Feb 1816 Benjamin Bratcher to Charles Bratcher...for $700...69 1/2 ac. in which Joseph Robertson formerly lived...beginning at a red oak & stake in Thomas McClain's line, running N29W 128 p. to small beech(?); S(?)58W 130 p. to a stake in sd. Bratcher's old line; S40E 75 p. to a stake & (illegible); S(illeg.) 98 1/2 p. to a direct line to the beginning Witnesses: Henry Rutherford Benjn. Bratcher Isham Goin John Conner Joshua Haym(illeg.) Proved June Sessions 1816 Recorded 18 Jul 1816

WILL: TN; Campbell Co; Wills, Bonds & Inventories I; p. 303; 7 Aug 1833
"State of Tennessee Campbell County In the name of God, amen, I Charles Bratcher, of said County being sick and likely to die, but of sound mind and memory, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament.
1st of all I give and command my soul into the hands of God that give it and my body to be buried in decent Christian burial, not doubting but I shall receive the same again in the resurrection of the just at the judgment of the great day by the mighty power of God. And as it respects the good things of this world which it has been please God to bless me with in now I give and bequeath the same in the following manner and form.
Item 1st. It is my will that all my just debts be paid by sale of my personal property and in these debts I wish to imbrace the debts I am bound to two bound boys, say Robert Hardin & Isaac Hardin. Also my son for a mare I got from him to pay to Ridenour which amount is to be paid out of stocks and at the judgment of two or three men who knew the mare when I got her.
Item 2nd. It is my will that my wife Nancy, have the house where I live including the buildings orchard and spring and one third of my land during her life and that she also my black man Ephriam and my black woman Christian to work for her and attend on her during her natural life.
Item 3rd. It is my will that at the death of wife, said Ephraiam shall go free by his complying with the law of the land.
Item 4th. It is my will that at the death of my wife the black woman named Christian shall descend to my daughter Betsy.
Item 5th. It is my will that my daughter Tempy and Polly have a sow apiece and that my daughter Betsy have two cows out of the stock on hand and that Tempy and Sally have a two yrs. old horse brute each out of the present stock.
Item 6th. It is my will that all my land be equally divided among all my chidren, that is to say Biddy, Jane, Wm., John, Nancy, Polly, Betsey, and & Tempy but that my daugher Polley is only to have a life estate in one eighth part of my land and at her death it is to descend to her son named Charles Bratcher.
Item 7th. It is my will that my sons William and John shall execute this my last Will and Testament. Revoking all others and ratifying and confirming this as my only last Will and Testament. In Testimony Whereof I have herewith set my hand and seal this 7th day of August in the year of our Lord 1833. Charles, his X mark, Bratcher Seal Signed, published, sealed and delivered in presence of us. William Rogers Andrew Collet B.C. Bratcher

[Andrew Collett, my ancestor, was in Greene Co., TN, just before coming to Campbell Co. in 1819 . . . there were Bratchers there, so I assume that is how this connection is made.]

 State of Tennesee Campbell County County Court, September Session 1833. The last Will and Testament of Charles Bratcher, late of this County, was presented for probate. Whereupon appeared William Rogers and B.C. Bratcher, subscribing witnesses thereto and after being sworn depose and say that they saw the said Charles Bratcher sign, seal, publish and declare this to be his last will and testament and that he was of sound and disposing mind at the time of signing, sealing, publishing and declaring the same to this best of their skill and knowledge. IN TESTIMONY Whereof I, William Carey, Clerk of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of said County have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Court, office in Jacksborough this fifteenth day of September 1833 A Copy Test William Carey, Clerk [Have listed children in database in order mentioned in will.]

 ESTATE SALE: TN; Campbell Co; Wills, Bonds & Inventories I; p. 304; 10 Sep 1833
Sept 10th 1833 Inventory of ther personal property of Charles Bratcher, Deceased is as follows: towit; 8 head of hogs, 14 head of cattle, 15 head sheep, a quantity of hogs, 1 waggon, 5 plows, 4 pair of gears, kitchen and house furniture, 56 bee stands, 1 set of Blacksmith tools, 25 head of geese, axes and hoes and mattocks, 8 sides of leather and 2 calf skins in the tan. A crop of corn in the field, the amound not ascertained, some stock in the woods the quantity not known to the executors, some small grain in stocks, the waggon mentioned in this schedule, one half is owned by William Bratcher and the other by this estate. A list of the amount of sales of the property of Charles Bratcher Deceased as follows towit: Made on the 17th day of October 1833 Amt. Brot. forward 188.49 3/4 Isaac Koger To 3 Calves 5.00 Martin Fugate 1 Filley 17.56 1/4 Talefaro Butter (Skero Bald) Mare 13.25 Charles Bratcher 1 Filley 15.00 Preson Gorn 3 Colts 27.40 _______ 266.71 John Lamb 3 sides of leather 43.48 3/4 Charles Bratcher 1 Colt 15.00 Martin Fugate 1 Colt 17.56 3/4 William Bratcher 1 Cow by Jno. Goin 6.00 _______ 43.48 3/4

ESTATE SETTLEMENT: TN; Campbell Co; Wills, Bonds & Inventories I; p. 319; 2 Mar 1835
Sworn to in open court 2nd march 1835 Test: William Carey, Clk. We, the undersigned, being appointed Commissioner by the Worshipful Court of Pleas and quarter Session at Sept. Term 1835, to settle with William Bratcher and John Bratcher, executors of the Estate of Charles Bratcher, Dec'd. have inaccordance to said order proceeded to do so, and find said executors chargeable with the sum of 223.40 And we also find legal vouchers in said executor's hands to the amount of 231.35 1/2 Balance due executors 8.95

 ESTATE SALE: TN; Campbell Co; Wills, Bonds & Inventories I; p. 368; 24 Aug 1837 (p. 235 of reprint by Pellissippi H&GS)
By Jno. & Wm. Bratcher, executors of the Estate of C. Bratcher.
 A list of property sold.
Stephen S. Parrott 1 stone jug .62 1/2
Wm. Bratcher 1 Bell & Collar .70
Wm. A. Bledsoe 2 Bells .50
Wm. Smith 1 froe .50
Stephen Parrott 1 Mattock .50
Fielding Robertson 1 sett of Spools 1.25
Wm. Smith 1 Axe .75
Thomas Douglas 1 Broad Axe .81
J.C. Petree 2 Augers & 1 Gouge .25
Thomas Douglas 1 Drawing Knife & Hammer .31 1/4
Fielding Robertson 1 pr. stretchers & singletree 1.12 1/2
Wm. Bratcher 1 pr. gears 1.39 1/2
Wm. Bledsoe 1 pr. Gears 1.18 3/4
Fielding Robertson Log Chairn .30
Wm. A. Bledsoe 1 pr. Gears .56 1/2
Andrew Dossett 1 Cutting Box .30
Wm. Smith Barrels 1.50
Wm. Gray One oven .75
Fielding Robertson 1 Oven .30
Elizabeth Bratcher 1 Kettle .32
Wm. A. Bledsoe 2 Pots .25
Nancy Smith Sheep Shears .12 1/2
Tempy Daurice (Davis) 1 Smoothing Iron .12 1/2
Wm. Smith 1 pr. Dog Irons 2.00
Tempy Daurice To Shelf & Furniture 2.12 1/2
Elizabeth Bratcher 1 Pot Rack .06 1/4
Wm. Goin 1 Table .50
Nancy Smith 1 Check Real 1.12 1/2
Polly King 1 Big Wheel .25
Wm. Smith 1 Washing Tub .50
Fielding Robertson 2 pr. Cards 1.10
Richard Carden 4 Chairs 1.00
Fielding Robertson 1 Loom 6.00
Betsy Bratcher 1 Chest .34
Tempy Davis 1 Side Saddle .26
John Kincaid 1 Clock 20.06 1/4
Wm. Bratcher 1/2 of waggon 17.03
Polly King 15 head of hogs 12.00
James Proffitt 12 head Hogs 11.40
John Walker 15 head of Hogs 15.03
George Anderson 4 Sheep 6.62 1/2
Thomas Douglas 4 Sheep 9.47 1/4
Joseph Willoby 1 Set Black Smith Tools 5.12 1/2
Wm. Bratcher 1 Sorrell Mare 54.12 1/2
John Bratcher 1 Sorrell Mare 72.00
Elizabeth Bratcher 1 Mare 48.00
Wm. Bratcher 1 Cow & Calf 15.56 1/4
Wm. A. Bledsoe 1 Steer 8.25
Elizabeth Bratcher 9 Geese 1.75
Fielding Robertson To Leather 1.00
Wm. Smith 1 Cogg .50
State of Tennessee Campbell County  We, Wm. & Jno. Bratcher, Executors of the Estate of Charles Braatcher, Dec'd. do certify that the foregoing list contains a true account of all the personal property that belonged to the deceased sold by us as Executors. Given under our hands this 24th day of August A.D. 1837. Wm. Carey, Clk.
[I've copied this estate sale as reprinted in the Pellissippi Gen. Soc. publication, even though I know they got some of the names wrong. For example, "J.C. Petree" is actually Isaac Campbell Petree, son of neighboring George Petree. I suspect that "Tempy Daurice" is Tempy Davis as well, but haven't looked at the original book to be sure. The Robertsons and Willoughbys also come from Bedford Co., VA, like the Bratchers . . . surely it's no accident that they settled in this neighborhood.]

DEEDS
PROVING DESCENT: TN; Campbell Co; Deed Bk. J, p. 226, 423, 428, 429, 435, Deed Bk. K, p. 229.
Deed Book J p. 226 3 Nov 1843 p. 226
3 Nov 1843 William Bratcher sells to John Bratcher of Claiborne Co...for $3000...some 310 ac. in Campbell Co, except 30 ac. left by will of Charles Bratcher to dau. Elizabeth Bratcher...in 3 tracts: (1) Beginning at a white oak & walnut N 28 E 218 p. to a stake N 35 E 52 p. to a lg. poplar N 38 E 4 p. to an ash S 40 E 10 p. to a stake N 50(?) E 130 p. to a small beach S 29 E 126 p. to a red oak & sugar tree S 54 p. to a stake S 9 W 78 p. to a hickory S 15 E 70 p. down the branch to a stake S 50 E 28 p. to a stake S 61 W 108 p. to the beginning (2) Second tract from Thomas Pebley to Wm. Bratcher...some 22 ac. 29 poles... passing bounds above mentioned

p. 428 28 Apr 1845 Worthy King sells to John Bratcher...for $50...his life interest in the tract on which Charles Bratcher lived at his death...some 240 ac. in Campbell County...(description follows) Witnesses: Alvis Kincaid Worthy X King G.W. Woodson 28 Apr 1845 Proved by witnesses 28 Apr 1845

Recorded p. 429 21 Oct 1837 Polly King and her son Charles Bratcher sell to William Bratcher...for $300...one undivided 1/8 part of the land of Charles Bratcher, decd... 240 ac. in Campbell Co...beginning at a white oak & walnut N 28 W 280 p. to a stake at the mouth of the lane below Thos. Kincaid N 35 E 52 p. to a lg. poplar N 38 E 40 p. to an ash S 40 E 10 p. to a stake N 50 E 130 p. to a small beach S 39 E 126 p. to a red oak & sugartree S 75 W 54 p. to a stake S 9 W 78 p. to a hickory S 15 E 70 p. down the branch to a stake S 50 E 28 p. to a stake S 61 W 108 p. to the beginning Witnesses: Alvis Kincaid Polly X Bratcher Elisabeth X Bratcher Charles Bratcher James X Mosingo Anthony Short Mary Lynch 28 Apr 1845 Proved by Alvis Kincaid & Elisabeth Withers, she formerly Bratcher...Polly King appeared apart from her husband Wortha King 12 Jun 1845 Recorded

p. 435 28 Apr 1845 Bushrod Weathers & his wife Elisabeth, she formerly Bratcher, sell to Charles Bratcher...for $350...1/8 interest in the tract left by the will of Charles Bratcher, decd...land in Civil District 6...(description follows, same property as above) Witnesses: Alvis Kincaid Bushrod X Weathers G.W. Woodson Elisabeth X Weathers 28 Apr 1845 Proved by witnesses 12 Jun 1845

Recorded Deed Book K p. 229 4 Jul 1845 Tempy Davis of Claiborne Co. sells to John Bratcher of Campbell Co...for $300...one undivided "moyety" or "shair" of a tract which descended to her by the last will and testatment of Charles Bratcher, decd...(land description follows, same property as above) Witnesses: Thos. Weir Tempy X Davis Wm. Walker 13 Aug 1845 Proved by witnesses 23 Feb 1848 Recorded

Children of Charles Bratcher and Nancy ? are:
  i. Betsy Bratcher, married Bushrod Weathers.
  ii. Jane Bratcher
  iii. Obedience Bratcher
  iv. Sally Bratcher
  v. John Bratcher, born 1785 in VA; died 1866 in Campbell County, Tennessee; married Elizabeth Robinson; born Abt. 1789 in VA.
  vi. William Bratcher, born 1787 in VA; married Rachel Patterson September 1853 in Campbell County, Tennessee.
 27 vii. Temperance Bratcher, born Bet. 1793 - 1804 in TN; died Aft. 1880 in Union Co.,TN; married (1) ? Davis; married (2) Vincent Polly.
  viii. Mary Polly Bratcher, born 1800; married (1) ? ?; married (2) Worthy King 1834.
 

 60.  Jesse Lynch, born 1775 in Laurens County, South Carolina; died Aft. 1830 in Claiborne Co.,TN.  He was the son of 120. Aaron Lynch and 121. Jean (Jane) Ellison.  He married 61. Mary (Polly) Stone.
 61.  Mary (Polly) Stone, born Bet. 1770 - 1780; died Aft. 1830 in Claiborne Co.,TN.

Notes for Jesse Lynch:
1830 Claiborne Co.,TN Census pg 142
Jesse Lynch 1 male 20-30, 1 male 50-60, 1 female 15-20, 1 female 50-60
Aaron Lynch Jr 1 male 20-30, 1 female under 5, 1 female 30-40

Children of Jesse Lynch and Mary Stone are:
 30 i. Chaney Lynch, born January 14, 1806 in TN; died December 08, 1859 in Claiborne Co.,TN; married Malinda Hunter Bet. 1821 - 1822 in Claiborne Co.,TN.
  ii. Aaron Lynch, born 1810; died March 14, 1885; married Elizabeth Rogers; born May 08, 1797 in VA; died November 10, 1881.
  iii. Nancy Jane Lynch, born March 31, 1813.
  iv. Elizabeth Caroline Lynch, born October 05, 1822.
  v. Berry Lynch
 

 62.  Henry Hunter, born 1768 in Plum Run, Conococheague Creek, Washington Co, MD; died August 1826 in Claiborne County, Tennessee.  He was the son of 124. John (Jager) Hunter and 125. Barbara Bowman.  He married 63. Barbara Bollinger in Probably Washington Co.,TN.
 63.  Barbara Bollinger, born 1769 in Glenville, York County, Pennsylvania; died December 03, 1846 in Claiborne Co.,TN.  She was the daughter of 126. Issac Bolinger and 127. Maria Chatarina ?.

Notes for Henry Hunter:

He served in the War of 1812 under Captain Hamilton Company, TN Militia.
BLW #86904-160-55

Children of Henry Hunter and Barbara Bollinger are:
  i. Lena Hunter
  ii. Joseph Hunter, born March 15, 1791 in Weaver Creek, PIckens County, South Carolina; died July 04, 1879 in Speedwell, Claiborne Co.,TN; married Elizabeth (Betsy) Moyers March 07, 1813; born March 16, 1793 in Speedwell, Claiborne Co.,TN; died November 17, 1862 in
Speedwell, Claiborne Co.,TN.
  iii. Rachael Hunter, born March 15, 1791 in Weaver Creek, PIckens County, South Carolina; married William Hamilton; born Abt. 1790.
  iv. Catherine Hunter, born 1794 in Weaver Creek, PIckens County, South Carolina; married John Stinnett; born Abt. 1794.
  v. Henry Hunter, born 1795 in Weaver Creek, PIckens County, South Carolina; married Sarah Davis July 02, 1858.
  vi. Jesse Hunter, born 1797 in Speedwell, Claiborne County, Tennessee; died June 1856 in Lafayette County, Missouri; married Ursula Wesley Stinnett.
  vii. Barbara Hunter, born November 09, 1798 in Speedwell, Claiborne County, Tennessee; died August 06, 1838 in Macoupin County, Illinois; married William H Sharp; born June 13, 1799 in Claiborn Co.,TN; died June 30, 1875 in Christian County, Illinois.
  viii. Elizabeth Hunter, born 1802 in Speedwell, Claiborne County, Tennessee; died in Litchfield, Montgomery County, Illinois; married James Cain; born 1802 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died December 31, 1893 in Hancock County, Illinois.
  ix. Mary Polly Hunter, born June 14, 1804 in Speedwell, Claiborne County, Tennessee; died July 03, 1866; married William Frederick Bolinger II 1824; born 1795.
  x. Abraham Hunter, born 1806 in Speedwell, Claiborne County, Tennessee; died 1888; married (1) Selena Catlett; married (2) Patience McFadden February 05, 1835.
  xi. Frederick Bollinger Hunter, born January 11, 1808 in Speedwell, Claiborne County, Tennessee; died July 20, 1888 in Camden County, Missouri; married (1) Martha Louisa Parker; married (2) Calpurnia Carter.
 31 xii. Malinda Hunter, born February 04, 1810 in Claiborne Co.,TN; died September 23, 1881 in Claiborne Co.,TN; married Chaney Lynch Bet. 1821 - 1822 in Claiborne Co.,TN.
  xiii. Antonio Christina Hunter, born April 03, 1813 in Speedwell, Claiborne County, Tennessee; died October 15, 1896; married Charles Noah Hopper; born Abt. 1802; died Abt. 1850.
 

Generation No. 7

 100.  Luke Lemar, born Bef. 1729 in Queen Anne Co.,MD; died Bet. May 19 - October, 1798 in Christain Co.,KY.  He was the son of 200. Charles Lemar I and 201. Mary ?.  He married 101. Amy Swift December 01, 1748 in Queen Anne Co.,MD.
 101.  Amy Swift, born March 06, 1717/18 in Queen Anne Co.,MD.  She was the daughter of 202. William Swift and 203. Naomy ?.

Notes for Luke Lemar:

"Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants Awarded By State Governments" by Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck lists:
Lamar, Luke, GA. Minuteman, 27 Apr. 1784, 287 1/2 acres. (The minutemen were mainly recruited from out of state men and the 287 1/2 acres was the standard allotment for a private. The out of state men were recruited from NC, VA, and PA.)

Children of Luke Lemar and Amy Swift are:
  i. John Lemar, born Bet. 1749 - 1761 in Queen Anne Co.,MD; married Betsy ?.
  ii. William Lemar, born Bet. 1750 - 1761 in Queen Anne Co.,MD.
 50 iii. James Lemar, born Bet. 1750 - 1761 in Queen Anne Co.,MD; died April 27, 1821 in Claiborne Co.,TN; married Mary Taylor in Probably Russell Co.,VA.
  iv. Mary Lemar, born Bet. 1750 - 1765; died Aft. May 19, 1798; married ? Montgomery.
  v. Naoimi Lemar, born Bet. 1750 - 1765; died Aft. May 19, 1798.
 

 102.  James Taylor, born Bef. 1763; died Bet. 1787 - 1788 in Russell Co.,VA.  He was the son of 204. Edward? Taylor and 205. Ruth Spriggs?.  He married 103. Rachel ?.
 103.  Rachel ?, died Aft. February 07, 1795 in Russell Co.,VA.

Notes for James Taylor:
7/20/1787 James Taylor land grant  Washington Co.,VA 200 acres on both sides of Mochison Creek a north branch of of the north fork of Holstein River  adjoining James King Carr's land. Grants 9 pg 733.

Surveyed for James Taylor assignee of Arch. Mahon assignee of John Walker two hundred acres lands Washington County by virtue of a certificate from the Commissioners for the district of Washington and Montgomery Counties and agreeable to an Act of the General Assembly of Virginia passed in May 1778 lying on both sides of Mockison Creek a north branch of the north fork of Holston River. Beginning at a hickory sapling in the head of a hollow corner to James King Carr's land he now lives on with his lines etc.

The Washington County Surveyors Record 1781-1797
Page 50 - James Taylor, assignee of Archibald Mahon, assignee of John Walker...200 ac...Commissioners Certificate...on both sides of Mockison Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holston River...Beginning in the head of a hollow corner to James King Carrs land he now lives on...in a gap of a ridge...on the bank of the Mill Pond...April 30, 1782 - John Walker...200 ac...on Mockison adjoining James King Kerr above by a line crossing at the ford and Christopher Huston below, to include the place whereon he now lives, actual settlement made in 1773...August 18, 1781 - Assigned to Archibald Mahon by purchase on April 1, 1782. Signed: John Walker. - Assigned to James Taylor by purchase on April 20, 1782. Signed: Archibald Mahon. Witness: Robert Preston
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Page 375 - James Taylor - 100 ac - treasury warrant #17130 dated June 13, 117783 - joining on the north side of the place he lives on - corner to the above place - April 29, 1786

10/18/1791 James Taylor land grant in Washington Co.,VA 100 acres adjoining on the north side the place he now lives on. Grants 25 pg 353 Original date of application was April 1786. The land does not show up in the tax lists of Russell Co., but is later sold by his son John in Russell Co.,VA.
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1787 RUSSELL COUNTY VIRGINIA PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST, SAMUEL RITCHIES LIST
Note: First figure after name refers to number of tithables over 21. Second figure after name refers to number of tithables age 16 and under age 21.
Taylor, James  1 male over 21, 0 males over 16, 0 slaves, 1 horse, 12 cattle

1788 RUSSELL COUNTY VIRGINIA PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST:
Note: First figure after name refers to number of tithables over 21. Second figure after name refers to number of tithables age 16 and under age 21.
LOWER DISTRICT, SAMUEL RITCHIE'S LIST
Taylor, Rachael (0)

1789 RUSSELL COUNTY VIRGINIA PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST"
Note: First figure after name refers to number of tithables over 21. Second figure after name refers to number of tithables age 16 and under age 21.
LOWER DISTRICT, SAMUEL RITCHIE'S LIST:
Lemar, James (1)
Lemar, John (1)
Lemar, Luke (1)
Taylor, Rachael (0)

Names found in the 1790 Russell Co., Virginia Personal Property Tax List:
Lemar, James        Lower
Lemar, John         Lower
Lemar, Luke         Lower
Taylor, Rachael     Lower
Taylor, Samuel      Upper

Taylor, Rachel 0

1792 RUSSELL COUNTY PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST:
LOWER DISTRICT
Taylor, Rachael (0)

1792 RUSSELL COUNTY VIRGINIA LAND TAX LIST:
LOWER DISTRICT, JOHN CARTER'S LIST
Taylor, James estate - 200 Ac.

1793 RUSSELL COUNTY PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX LIST:
LOWER DISTRICT
Taylor, Rachael (0)

1793 RUSSELL COUNTY VIRGINIA LAND TAX LIST:
LOWER DISTRICT
Taylor, James, estate - 200 Ac.

1795 RUSSELL COUNTY VIRGINIA LAND TAX LIST:
LOWER DISTRICT, ROBERT TATE JR'S. LIST
James Taylor, estate, 200 Ac

Children of James Taylor and Rachel ? are:
 51 i. Mary Taylor, born Bet. 1770 - 1780; died Aft. 1830 in Claiborne Co.,TN; married James Lemar in Probably Russell Co.,VA.
  ii. Joseph Taylor, born Bef. 1781.
  iii. James Taylor, born Bef. 1782; married (1) Milly ?; married (2) Sally Smith.
  iv. John Taylor, born Bef. 1787.
 

 108.  John Bratcher, born Abt. 1726 in VA; died December 03, 1821 in Campbell County, Tennessee.  He was the son of 216. William Bradshaw and 217. Judith Scruggs.  He married 109. Jane Canada in Bedford County, Virginia.
 109.  Jane Canada, died Bef. November 20, 1803 in VA.

Notes for John Bratcher:
1818 BRATCHER JOHN Campbell County TN No Township Listed Tax list  TN Early Census Index

December 1806 - September 1841
The following abstracts were extracted from the Campbell County Estate Book/Probate Records Roll # 26
Name: John Bratcher
                      Type of Document: Amt of Sale
                      Page Number: 125
                      Date: Sept 3, 1822
                      Other Information: Estate of John Bratcher

                      Name: John Bratcher
                      Type of Document: Inventory
                      Page Number: 113
                      Date: Dec 3, 1821
                      Other Information: Estate of John Bratcher; By Sarah Bratcher

Bedford County, Virginia Tithe & Personal Property Taxes:
1783:
Whites Over 21-1
Blacks Over 16-4
Blacks Under 16-3
Total Blacks-7
Horses-2
Cattle-10
No. of White & Black Tithe-5

Children of John Bratcher and Jane Canada are:
  i. John Bratcher, born 1760 in Bedford Co.,VA; died 1843 in Garrad County, Kentucky; married Nancy Shrewsbury May 10, 1793 in Bedford County, Virginia.
 54 ii. Charles Bratcher, born 1762 in Bedford County, Virginia; died August 11, 1833 in Claiborne County, Tennessee; married Nancy ?.
  iii. Canada Bratcher, born 1767 in Bedford Co.,VA; died 1834 in Campbell Co.,TN; married Rachel Biddy Robinson in Warren County, Tennessee; born Bet. 1780 - 1790.
  iv. Betsey Bratcher, born 1772 in Bedford Co.,VA; married George Hannah November 02, 1792 in Bedford County, Virginia.
  v. Benjamin Bratcher, born 1777 in VA; died September 07, 1854 in Campbell Co., TN; married Elizabeth Ferrill September 13, 1803 in Botetourt County, VA.
  vi. Obedience Bratcher, born November 25, 1782 in Bedford Co., VA; married Isham Meador; born March 20, 1762 in Bedford Co.,VA; died March 02, 1840 in Smith Co.,TN.
  vii. Temperance Bratcher, born 1784 in Bedford Co.,VA; married Mark Evans February 24, 1800 in Bedford Co., VA.
  viii. Isaac Bratcher, born 1790 in Bedford Co.,VA; married Polly Crush Thompson August 08, 1815 in Botetourt County, VA.
  ix. William Bratcher, born 1790 in Bedford Co.,VA; died Bef. 1850 in Breckenridge County, Kentucky; married Susan Ann Wale 1820 in Breckenridge County, Kentucky.
  x. Mary Polly Bratcher, born 1792 in Bedford Co.,VA; married Steven Reese September 12, 1812 in Bedford County, Virginia.
  xi. Fielding Bratcher, born 1794 in Bedford Co.,VA; died 1850 in Breckenridge County, Kentucky; married Elizabeth Betsey Meredith May 18, 1812 in Wayne Co., KY.
 

 120.  Aaron Lynch, born 1738 in SC.  He was the son of 240. John Lynch.  He married 121. Jean (Jane) Ellison.
 121.  Jean (Jane) Ellison, born Abt. 1746.  She was the daughter of 242. James Allison.

Children of Aaron Lynch and Jean Ellison are:
  i. John Lynch, born 1760 in Laurens Co., SC; died October 13, 1846 in Platte Co, Missouri; married Elizabeth Jane Allison 1784 in SC; born 1763 in SC; died March 18, 1855 in Pettis, Platte County, Missouri.
 60 ii. Jesse Lynch, born 1775 in Laurens County, South Carolina; died Aft. 1830 in Claiborne Co.,TN; married Mary (Polly) Stone.
 

 124.  John (Jager) Hunter, born May 14, 1737 in Arisdorf, Basel-Land, Switzerland; died June 07, 1823 in Washington Co.,TN.  He was the son of 248. Heinrich (Henry) Jager and 249. Ursula Wurtz.  He married 125. Barbara Bowman 1761 in Washington Co.,MD.
 125.  Barbara Bowman, born July 01, 1747 in Lancaster Co.,PA; died November 22, 1831 in Washington Co.,TN.  She was the daughter of 250. Jacob Bowman and 251. Varena (Vreni) ?.

Notes for John Hunter:

According to Hocheltree, John served in the Revolutionary War as a private in the VA Militia in the Company of Capt. Abraham Lincoln, grandfather of President Abraham Lincoln.

Children of John Hunter and Barbara Bowman are:
  i. John Hunter, born November 27, 1762 in Hagerstown, Maryland; married Elizabeth Ozman May 1781 in Rockingham Co.,VA.
  ii. Elizabeth Hunter, born 1764 in Plum Run, Conococheague Creek, Washington Co., MD; married David Robinson 1780 in Rockingham Co.,VA.
  iii. Jacob Hunter, born March 16, 1766 in Plum Run, Conococheague Creek, Washington Co., MD; died June 19, 1836 in Habersham County, GA; married Ann Clark 1788 in Rockingham Co.,VA.
 62 iv. Henry Hunter, born 1768 in Plum Run, Conococheague Creek, Washington Co, MD; died August 1826 in Claiborne County, Tennessee; married Barbara Bollinger in Probably Washington Co.,TN.
  v. Abraham Hunter, born September 02, 1771; died March 11, 1841 in Montieau Co.,MO; married Mary Marks 1790.
  vi. Christiana Hunter, born 1773; married Robert Fryar July 14, 1792.
  vii. Catherine Hunter, born October 27, 1776; died March 11, 1858 in Polk Co.,MO; married John G Bewley.
  viii. Joseph Hunter, born February 22, 1779 in VA; died May 02, 1869 in Washington Co.,TN; married (1) Sarah Linville; married (2) Sarah Kimbrough.
  ix. Barbara Hunter, born 1784 in VA; married Henry Ruble 1800.
  x. Isaac Hunter, born 1786 in VA; married Elizabeth Kizer October 15, 1812 in Rockingham Co.,VA.
 

 126.  Issac Bolinger, born 1738; died 1770 in PA.  He married 127. Maria Chatarina ?.
 127.  Maria Chatarina ?, born 1742; died Abt. 1790 in Washington Co., TN.

Children of Issac Bolinger and Maria ? are:
  i. Mary Bollinger, born June 26, 1764 in York Co.,PA; died September 25, 1844; married Samuel Weaver October 07, 1783 in Washington Co.,TN.
  ii. Frederick Bolinger, born 1767 in PA or NC; died 1843 in Madison County, Arkansas; married Elizabeth (Betsy) Weaver in Claiborn Co., TN; born 1770; died 1850 in Madison County, Arkansas.
 63 iii. Barbara Bollinger, born 1769 in Glenville, York County, Pennsylvania; died December 03, 1846 in Claiborne Co.,TN; married Henry Hunter in Probably Washington Co.,TN.
 

Generation No. 8

 200.  Charles Lemar I, born Abt. 1671; died Aft. 1750 in Queen Anne Co.,MD.  He married 201. Mary ?.
 201.  Mary ?, born Abt. 1685; died Bef. 1729 in Queen Anne Co.,MD.

Children of Charles Lemar and Mary ? are:
  i. Henrietta Lemar, died Aft. August 20, 1764; married John Hutchinson February 13, 1727/28 in Queen Anne Co.,MD; died Bef. August 30, 1764.
  ii. Mary Ann Lemar, died Bef. May 07, 1770; married William Hadden, Jr September 27, 1733 in Queen Anne Co.,MD.
  iii. Rebecca Lemar, married Thomas Morris February 05, 1740/41 in Queen Anne Co.,MD.
  iv. Charles Lemar II, born Abt. 1710; died Abt. 1783; married Anne Young 1733 in Queen Anne Co.,MD; born in Queen Anne Co.,MD.
  v. Gallant Lemar, born Abt. 1712; died Bef. 1767 in Queen Anne Co.,MD; married Mary Wheeler September 27, 1733 in Queen Anne Co.,MD.
  vi. Sophia Lemar, born Abt. 1727; married Isaiah Whitehead September 26, 1745 in Queen Anne Co.,MD.
 100 vii. Luke Lemar, born Bef. 1729 in Queen Anne Co.,MD; died Bet. May 19 - October, 1798 in Christain Co.,KY; married Amy Swift December 01, 1748 in Queen Anne Co.,MD.
  viii. Priscilla Lemar, born Bef. 1729; married Samuel Wilson May 01, 1749 in Queen Anne Co.,MD.
 

 202.  William Swift, born Abt. 1674 in Talbot Co.,MD; died Bet. May 23 - July 26, 1736 in Queen Anne Co.,MD.  He was the son of 404. Ralph Swift and 405. Mary ?.  He married 203. Naomy ? Bet. 1699 - 1700 in Talbot Co.,MD.
 203.  Naomy ?, born Abt. 1678.

Notes for William Swift:
Maryland Calendar of Wills: Volume 7

Swift, William, planter,Queen Anne's Co.
23rd May, 1736;  26th July, 1736.
To grandson Moses and hrs., 50 A. Indian Tract, bet. head of Swan Ck. and Low's branch.
To wife Jean, 50 A., dwelling plantation Swift's Forrest during widowhood, shd, wife marry sd. plan. to son John and hrs.
To son Manuel and hrs., 50 A. Swift's Forrest Addition.
To sons William and Thomas and their hrs., 100 A. Swift's Meadow.
To son Richard and hrs., 54 A. William's Pasture in the Forest of Choptank.
To 8 sons and 3 daus., viz.: Ralph, William, Richard, John, Thomas, Samuel, Manuel, James, Mary Sipple, Elizabeth and Amy, personal estate after  wife's thirds are deducted.
Exs.: Sons John and Thomas.

Test: Redmond Fallin, Thomas Baggs, Richard Harrington.

24 July 1736. Thomas Swift, planter, Queen Anne's Co., assigns rights to administration of above will to bro. John.

Test: Redmond Fallin, Jeremiah Jadwin. 21. 681

Children of William Swift and Naomy ? are:
  i. Ralph Swift, born August 28, 1700 in Talbot Co.,MD.
  ii. Mary Swift, born September 22, 1702 in Talbot Co.,MD; married William Sipples.
  iii. William Swift, born September 17, 1704 in Talbot Co.,MD; married Mary Sipples; born Abt. 1710 in Talbot Co.,MD.
  iv. Richard Swift, born May 06, 1706 in Talbot Co.,MD.
  v. John Swift, born May 10, 1708 in Queen Anne Co.,MD; died Bet. June 04, 1764 - May 22, 1765 in Queen Anne Co.,MD; married Mable ?.
  vi. Thomas Swift, born September 01, 1710 in Queen Anne Co.,MD.
  vii. Elizabeth Swift, born October 13, 1712 in Church Hill, Queen Anne Co., Maryland; married (1) Thomas Sands; born Abt. 1714 in Church Hill, Queen Anne Co., Maryland; married (2) John Newman October 26, 1736 in Queen Anne Co.,MD.
  viii. Samuel Swift, born March 25, 1714 in Queen Anne Co.,MD; died Bet. January 12 - June 14, 1769 in Queen Anne Co.,MD; married Sarah ?.
  ix. Emanuel Swift, born January 13, 1715/16 in Queen Anne Co.,MD; married Rachel Hobbs September 04, 1746 in Queen Anne Co.,MD.
 101 x. Amy Swift, born March 06, 1717/18 in Queen Anne Co.,MD; married (1) Jeremiah Sprall January 18, 1740/41 in Queen Anne Co.,MD; married (2) Luke Lemar December 01, 1748 in Queen Anne Co.,MD.
  xi. James Swift, born Abt. 1726 in Queen Anne Co.,MD.
 

 204.  Edward? Taylor, born July 17, 1732 in Prince Georges Co.,MD; died Bef. May 18, 1784.  He was the son of 408. Samuel Taylor and 409. Mary Wight.  He married 205. Ruth Spriggs.
 205.  Ruth Spriggs?

Children of Edward Taylor and Ruth Spriggs are:
   i. Mandley Taylor, born 1758; died 1805 in Loudoun Co.,VA; married Sarah Rust.
 102 ii. James Taylor, born Bef. 1763; died Bet. 1787 - 1788 in Russell Co.,VA; married Rachel ?.
 

 216.  William Bradshaw, born Abt. 1690 in Henrico Co.,VA; died Bet. April 16, 1747 - December 17, 1748 in Goochland Co.,VA.  He was the son of 432. John Bradshaw and 433. Elizabeth ?.  He married 217. Judith Scruggs 1712 in Cuberland Co.,VA.
 217.  Judith Scruggs, born Bet. 1694 - 1700 in Henrico Co.,VA.  She was thhee daughter of 434. Charles Scruggs and 435. Mary Field.

Notes for William Bradshaw:
From the book Lincoln County History, page 26. BRADSHAW ANCESTRY:
The Bradshaw families who came to Lincoln and Burke Counties, N.C. were descendants of William and Judith (Scruggs) Bradshaw of Henrico, Goochland (later) Cumberland) Counties in Va. William Bradshaw first appears in 1711 in connection with Ann (Mrs Thomas) Perrin.

  Judith Scruggs was the dau. of Charles b: 1665, died by 20 Dec.1718 Henrico Co. and Mary Fied (m. 1st Edward Jones, d: by 1695)was the oldest dau. of Thomas Field, Sr.  (b: ante 1640, d: by 1679) and the grand-daughter of John Filed who bought land in Henrico Co. in 1664, land which descended to Mary's Jones and Scruggs children.   William amd Judith lived on their share of the Field land until 1733 when they sold it to Joseph Mayo. They and related families of Robinson, Bradly, and Easley moved to Goochland Co., later Cumberland Co. near Deep & Muddy creeks. William died in Goochland Co., by 16 Aprl 1747.

  The oldest son, Field Bradshaw, divided his father's 1,520 acres with his brother's and brother-in-law, Field Robinson in 1749. Robinson's mother was Tabotha Jones, half sister to Judith Scruggs Bradshaw. The date of Judith's death is unknown. She signed no releases of her dower rights to William's land, when Field's divided it, so we believe she was dead by then.

Children of William Bradshaw and Judith Scruggs are:
  i. Temperance Bradshaw
  ii. Mary Ann Bradshaw
  iii. Charles Bradshaw
  iv. Field Bradshaw
  v. Josiah Bradshaw
 108 vi. John Bratcher, born Abt. 1726 in VA; died December 03, 1821 in Campbell County, Tennessee; married (1) Jane Canada in Bedford County, Virginia; married (2) Sarah ?.
  vii. Obedience Bradshaw
  viii. William Bradshaw
 

 240.  John Lynch, born Abt. 1718.

Child of John Lynch is:
 120 i. Aaron Lynch, born 1738 in SC; married Jean (Jane) Ellison.
 

 242.  James Allison, born Abt. 1725; died Bet. August 10 - 23, 1778 in Laurens Co.,SC.

Children of James Allison are:
  i. Robert Ellison, born 1720; died 1787 in Laurens Co.,SC; married Elizabeth Scott November 06, 1772 in SC; born 1722.
 121 ii. Jean (Jane) Ellison, born Abt. 1746; married Aaron Lynch.
 

 248.  Heinrich (Henry) Jager, born July 06, 1715 in Arisdorf, Basel-Land, Switzerland; died 1748 in Heidelberg Township, PA.  He was the son of 496. Heini Jager and 497. Maria Heinimann.  He married 249. Ursula Wurtz.
 249.  Ursula Wurtz  She was the daughter of 498. Hans Wurtz and 499. Anna Buss.

Children of Heinrich Jager and Ursula Wurtz are:
 124 i. John (Jager) Hunter, born May 14, 1737 in Arisdorf, Basel-Land, Switzerland; died June 07, 1823 in Washington Co.,TN; married Barbara Bowman 1761 in Washington Co.,MD
  ii. Heini Hunter, born October 20, 1739 in Arisdorf, Basel-Land, Switzerland; died 1740.
 

 250.  Jacob Bowman, born Bet. 1710 - 1720 in Germany; died 1803 in Rockinghamm Co.,VA.  He married 251. Varena (Vreni) ?.
 251.  Varena (Vreni) ?, died Bef. 1786 in MD or VA.

Children of Jacob Bowman and Varena ? are:
 125 i. Barbara Bowman, born July 01, 1747 in Lancaster Co.,PA; died November 22, 1831 in Washington Co.,TN; married John (Jager) Hunter 1761 in Washington Co.,MD.
  ii. Jacob Bowman
  iii. John Bowman
  iv. Isaac Bowman
  v. Henry Bowman
  vi. Benjamin Bowman, Sr
  vii. Joseph Bowman
 

Generation No. 9

 404.  Ralph Swift, born Abt. 1640.  He married 405. Mary ?.
 405.  Mary ?

Children of Ralph Swift and Mary ? are:
 202 i. William Swift, born Abt. 1674 in Talbot Co.,MD; died Bet. May 23 - July 26, 1736 in Queen Anne Co.,MD; married Naomy ? Bet. 1699 - 1700 in Talbot Co.,MD.
  ii. John Swift, born Abt. 1678 in Talbot Co.,MD; married Ann Hobbs September 11, 1703 in St. Peter's Parrish, Talbot Co., Md.
  iii. Richard Swift, born Abt. 1682 in Talbot Co.,MD; married Elizabeth Stacy.
  iv. Ralph Swift, born Abt. 1683 in Talbot Co.,MD; married Ann Montique April 14, 1711 in St. Peter's Parrish, Talbot Co, Md.
 

 408.  Samuel Taylor, born July 18, 1699 in Queen Anne Parrish, Prince Georges Co.,MD; died Bef. March 06, 1748/49 in Prince George Co.,MD.  He was the son of 816. Samuel Taylor and 817. Verlenda Doyne.  He married 409. Mary Wight January 10, 1725/26 in Nottingham, Prince George Co.,MD.
 409.  Mary Wight, born January 17, 1701/02 in Prince Georges Co.,MD; died Bet. November 18, 1758 - June 29, 1759 in Prince George Co.,MD.  She was the daughter of 818. John Wight and 819. Ann Greenfield.

Notes for Samuel Taylor:
" Abstracts Of The Inventories Of The Perogative Court Of Maryland 1748-1751" by V.L. Skinner, Jr pg. 52
Mr. Samuel Taylor 42.41 PG L148.12.0 Jul 3, 1749 3/6/1749
Appraisers: Alexander Magruder (near Mill Town), Thomas Owen.
Creditors: Mary Sim, Samuel Ronnell & Co.
Next Of Kin: John Smith, Thomas Hollyday.
Administratrix: Mary Taylor

Children of Samuel Taylor and Mary Wight are:
  i. William (Samuel Wilhelm) Taylor, born December 21, 1726 in Prince Georges Co.,MD; died February 11, 1790 in Loudoun Co.,VA; married Sarah Mandley June 11, 1745 in Fairfax Co.,VA; born Abt. 1728 in Charles Co.,MD; died Abt. 1805 in Harlan Co.,KY.
  ii. Thomas Taylor, born July 21, 1728 in Prince Georges Co.,MD; died January 30, 1797 in Loudoun Co.,VA; married Rose/Jane Brown.
  iii. Verlinda Taylor, born August 18, 1731 in Prince Georges Co.,MD; died June 1759 in Prince George Co.,MD; married Moses Orme, Jr October 18, 1752 in Prince George Co.,MD.
 204 iv. Edward? Taylor, born July 17, 1732 in Prince Georges Co.,MD; died Bef. May 18, 1784; married Ruth Spriggs?.
  v. Priscilla Taylor, born October 07, 1734 in Prince Georges Co.,MD; died May 29, 1751 in Prince
George Co.,MD.
  vi. Ann Taylor, born Bef. 1741.
  vii. Sussannah Taylor, born Bef. 1741.
 

 432.  John Bradshaw, born Abt. 1644; died Bef. 1711 in Henrico Co.,VA.  He married 433. Elizabeth ?.
 433.  Elizabeth ?, died Aft. 1713.

Children of John Bradshaw and Elizabeth ? are:
  i. John Bradshaw, died in Amelia Co.,VA.
 216 ii. William Bradshaw, born Abt. 1690 in Henrico Co.,VA; died Bet. April 16, 1747 - December 17, 1748 in Goochland Co.,VA; married Judith Scruggs 1712 in Cuberland Co.,VA.
  iii. Larner Bradshaw, born Abt. 1692 in Henrico Co.,VA; died December 18, 1758 in Goochland Co.,VA.
  iv. Benjamin Bradshaw
  v. Elizabeth Bradshaw
 

 434.  Charles Scruggs, born Abt. 1655 in Henrico Co.,VA; died 1718 in Henrico Co.,VA.  He married 435. Mary Field Bef. February 01, 1697/98 in Henrico Co.,VA.
 435.  Mary Field, born Abt. 1664 in Henrico Co.,VA; died Bef. December 1718 in Henrico Co.,VA. She was the daughter of 870. Thomas Field, Sr and 871. ? ?.

Notes for Charles Scruggs:
http://www.reocities.com/~dbratcher/WillChasSVA.htm
In the name of God Amen In the Year of our Lord God 1718 I Charles Scruggs in the County of Henrico Planter being very sick of  body but of perfect mind and memory Thanks be given unto God therefore calling into mind the mortality of my body and knowing  that it is appointed for all men to die Do Order and Ordain this my last Will and Testament, That is to say Principally and first of all  I give and Recommend my Soul into the hands of God that gave it and for my body  Recommend it to the Earth and I dispose of my  Mortal Goods which the Lord please to bestow upon me as followeth Item I give and Bequeath to my Grand Daugter Mary Pirvort a  heifer with Calf Calf .. for Life And Item I give Mary Pirvort one yoo the choice of my flock Item I give and Bequeath to my Son  William Bratcher and to my Daugter Juda all my Worldly Possessions that now is called mine to them and their heirs forever  my Son  William Bratcher to be my full and hold Execr As witness my hand and Seal this twenty 9 day of December 1718.
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Child of Charles Scruggs and Mary Field is:
 217 i. Judith Scruggs, born Bet. 1694 - 1700 in Henrico Co.,VA; married William Bradshaw 1712 in Cuberland Co.,VA.
 

 496.  Heini Jager, born October 07, 1679 in Baselland, Switzerland.  He was the son of 992. Hans Jager and 993. Magdalene Madia Hodel.  He married 497. Maria Heinimann.
 497.  Maria Heinimann

Children of Heini Jager and Maria Heinimann are:
 248 i. Heinrich (Henry) Jager, born July 06, 1715 in Arisdorf, Basel-Land, Switzerland; died 1748 in Heidelberg Township, PA; married (1) Ursula Wurtz; married (2) Anna Maria Schaublin.
  ii. Anna Jager, born November 09, 1721.
 

 498.  Hans Wurtz  He married 499. Anna Buss.
 499.  Anna Buss

Child of Hans Wurtz and Anna Buss is:
 249 i. Ursula Wurtz, married Heinrich (Henry) Jager.
 

Generation No. 10

 816.  Samuel Taylor, born May 14, 1673 in Calvert Co. MD; died Bet. November 20, 1705 - October 10, 1706 in Prince George Co.,MD.  He was the son of 1632. Samuel Taylor, Sr and 1633. Ann Smith. He married 817. Verlenda Doyne April 27, 1696 in Prince George's Co.,MD.
 817.  Verlenda Doyne, born October 17, 1676 in Charles Co.,MD; died January 11, 1740/41 in Prince George Co.,MD.  She was the daughter of 1634. Robert Doyne and 1635. Mary Stone.

Notes for Verlinda Doyne:
Maryland Calendar of Wills: Volume 8
Brown, Virlindar, widow,Prince George's Co.,
23rd April, 1741;  11th Jan., 1741.
To granddaus. Priscalla and Virlindar Taylor, son Samuel Taylar, dau.-in-law Mary Taylor, personalty.
To Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Grant, Sr., 150 a. near Rock Creek.
To son Samuel, afsd., ex., residue of estate.
Test: Wm. Neal, Eliz. Neal, F. Waring. 22. 434.
 

Birth: aft 1674
Property: abt 1702 Saturday's Work (500 acres)
Property: 9 Jan 1702 50 acres "in the freshes of Patuxent"
Property: 9 Jan 1702 52 acres "in the freshes of the Patuxent
Property: 29 Aug 1704 150 acres called Taylor's Coast
Property: 21 Oct 1715 550 acres called Rotterdam and the adjoi
Death: abt 1741 , Prince George's, MD
Will: 23 Apr 1741 , Prince George's, MD
Will Probate: 11 Jan 1742 , Prince George's, MD
Father: Robert Doyne (b 1654)
Mother: Mary Stone (b 1656)
Other spouse: John Brown (m aft 1705)

Children of Samuel Taylor and Verlenda Doyne are:
  i. John Taylor, born December 17, 1697; died May 17, 1747 in Fairfax Co.,VA; married Ann Shore October 16, 1716 in Prince George Co.,MD or Falls Church, Fairfax Co.,VA.
 408 ii. Samuel Taylor, born July 18, 1699 in Queen Anne Parrish, Prince Georges Co.,MD; died Bef. March 06, 1748/49 in Prince George Co.,MD; married (1) Amanda (Burgess) Boggess April 16, 1722 in Prince George Co.,MD; married (2) Mary Wight January 10, 1725/26 in Nottingham, Prince George Co.,MD.
  iii. Hugh Taylor, born Bef. May 22, 1702 in Prince Georges Co., MD; died Bef. October 02, 1749 in Prince George Co., MD; married Elizabeth Grant.
 

 818.  John Wight, died Bet. June 17, 1728 - April 12, 1729 in Prince George's Co.,MD.  He was the son of 1636. John Wight and 1637. Mary Gittings.  He married 819. Ann Greenfield.
 819.  Ann Greenfield, died Aft. 1729 in Prince George's Co.,MD.  She was the daughter of 1638. Thomas Greenfield and 1639. Martha Truman.

Notes for John Wight:
Maryland Calendar of Wills: Volume 6
Wight (Wightt, White), John,Prince George's Co.,
17th June, 1728-9; 12th April, 1729.
To son John and hrs., 456 A. on eastern br. Potomack.
To son Jonathan and hrs., 444 A. Stepmother's Folly, 225 A. Hopson's Choice.
To son ___ and hrs., 500 A. “Wights Forrest.”
To son Richard and hrs., 530 A. Mair and Colt, and 1/3 of land adj. to Nottingham town.
To Thomas Winsor, 100 A. of Mair and Colt.
To hr. of John Bowin, dec'd, 100 A. of last named tract conditionally.
To dau. Mary and hrs., 100 A. Taylorton.
To daus. Innosense and Ann and their hrs., Cumpass Hills, Anchovis Hills, Pasqueum, in all 500 A.
To wife Ann, extx., dwell. plan. The Goare during life. Son John to receive a certain portion at age of 21, and after wife's decease the residue.
Test: Roger John Sasser (Sawser), Samuel Tayler (Taylar), Martha Greenfield. 19, 609.

Children of John Wight and Ann Greenfield are:
 409 i. Mary Wight, born January 17, 1701/02 in Prince Georges Co.,MD; died Bet. November 18, 1758- June 29, 1759 in Prince George Co.,MD; married (1) Samuel Taylor January 10, 1725/26 in Nottingham, Prince George Co.,MD; married (2) Jonathan Throne/Thorne November 26, 1750 in Prince George Co.,MD.
  ii. Jonathan Wight, born in Prince Georges Co.,MD; died Bet. September 24, 1759 - August 11, 1760 in Prince George Co.,MD; married Mary ?.
  iii. John Wight, born 1713 in Prince Georges Co.,MD.
  iv. Isle Of Wight, born Bet. 1720 - 1721 in Prince Georges Co.,MD; died 1785.
  v. Richard Wight, born 1722 in Prince Georges Co.,MD; died Bef. June 02, 1758 in Prince George Co.,MD.
  vi. Innosense Wight, born 1724 in Prince Georges Co.,MD.
  vii. Ann Wight, born 1726 in Prince Georges Co.,MD.
 

 870.  Thomas Field, Sr, died Bef. 1677 in Henrico Co.,VA.  He was the son of 1740. John Field.  He married 871. ? ?.
 871.  ? ?

Children of Thomas Field and ? ? are:
 435 i. Mary Field, born Abt. 1664 in Henrico Co.,VA; died Bef. December 1718 in Henrico Co.,VA; married (1) Edward Jones Bef. 1686 in Henrico Co.,VA; married (2) Charles Scruggs Bef. February 01, 1697/98 in Henrico Co.,VA.
  ii. Ann Field, born Abt. 1658; died Bef. 1687 in Henrico Co.,VA; married Thomas (Henry) Prewett.
  iii. John Field, born October 1661 in Henrico Co.,VA; died Bef. April 02, 1688 in Henrico Co.,VA.
  iv. Thomas Field, Jr, born Abt. 1662 in Henrico Co.,VA; died Bef. April 02, 1688 in Henrico Co.,VA; married ? ?.
 

 992.  Hans Jager, born 1637 in Olsburg, Baselland, Switzerland.  He married 993. Magdalene Madia Hodel.
 993.  Magdalene Madia Hodel  She was the daughter of 1986. Hanns Hodel and 1987. Anna Martin.

Children of Hans Jager and Magdalene Hodel are:
  i. Hanns Jager, born October 16, 1677.
 496 ii. Heini Jager, born October 07, 1679 in Baselland, Switzerland; married Maria Heinimann.
  iii. Anna Margareth Jager, born March 21, 1683/84.
 

Generation No. 11

 1632.  Samuel Taylor, Sr, born 1637 in Sussex, England; died Bet. December 30, 1682 - November 17, 1684 in Calvert Co.,MD.  He was the son of 3264. Robert Taylor, Sr and 3265. Mary ?.  He married 1633. Ann Smith 1672 in Calvert Co.,MD.
 1633.  Ann Smith, born December 11, 1640 in London, England; died Bef. January 18, 1685/86 in Calvert Co.,MD.  She was the daughter of 3266. Thomas Smith and 3267. Catherine Call

Children of Samuel Taylor and Ann Smith are:
 816 i. Samuel Taylor, born May 14, 1673 in Calvert Co. MD; died Bet. November 20, 1705 - October 10, 1706 in Prince George Co.,MD; married Verlenda Doyne April 27, 1696 in Prince George's Co.,MD.
  ii. Johh Taylor
  iii. Ann Taylor, married Thomas Smith.
 

 1634.  Robert Doyne, born October 26, 1642 in Wexford Co. Ireland; died May 11, 1702 in Charles Co.,MD.  He was the son of 3268. William Doyne and 3269. ? Wharton.  He married 1635. Mary Stone.
 1635.  Mary Stone, born in Wexford Co. Ireland..  She was the daughter of 3270. William Stone and 3271. Verlinda Graves.

Children of Robert Doyne and Mary Stone are:
 817 i. Verlenda Doyne, born October 17, 1676 in Charles Co.,MD; died January 11, 1740/41 in Prince George Co.,MD; married (1) Samuel Taylor April 27, 1696 in Prince George's Co.,MD; married (2) John Brown June 26, 1720 in Prince George Co.,MD.
  ii. Mary Doyne, born Abt. 1680; died Abt. 1723; married Nicholas Dawson.
  iii. Robert Doyne
  iv. Wharton Doyne
  v. Sarah Doyne, married William Hutchinson.
  vi. Ellianor Doyne
 

 1636.  John Wight, born in Carisbrook, Isle Of Wight, England; died 1705 in Prince George's Co., MD.  He married 1637. Mary Gittings.
 1637.  Mary Gittings  She was the daughter of 3274. John Gittings and 3275. Margaret ?.

Children of John Wight and Mary Gittings are:
 818 i. John Wight, died Bet. June 17, 1728 - April 12, 1729 in Prince George's Co.,MDD;; married Ann Greenfield.
  ii. Margery Wight, married (1) Joseph Belt; married (2) Thomas Sprigg.
  iii. Mary Wight, married Jeremiah Belt.
  iv. Fielder Wight, married John Powell.
  v. Gratiana Wight
  vi. Elizabeth Wight
  vii. Sussannah Wight
 

 1638.  Thomas Greenfield, born Abt. 1648 in Godling Parish, Nottinghamshire, England.; died Bef. November 07, 1715 in Prince George's Co.,MD.  He was the son of 3276. Robert Greenfield and 3277. Anne Bailey.  He married 1639. Martha Truman.
 1639.  Martha Truman, born 1668 in Godling Parish, Nottinghamshire, England.; died Bef. March 27, 1739 in Prince George's Co.,MD.  She was the daughter of 3278. James Truman and 3279. Ann Storer.

Notes for Thomas Greenfield:
Maryland Calendar of Wills: Volume 4
page 39
[p.39] Greenfield, Thomas, planter,Prince George's Co.,
17th Aug., 1715;  7th Nov., 1715.
To dau. Jone Greenfield and hrs., residue of Archer's Pasture, a portion of same having already been given to son-in-law Gabriel Parker and his wife and their hrs.; also, tract Pheasant Tree adjoining same, 73 A. adjoining thereto (as per deed of conveyance from son Thomas Truman (Greenfield) to self, her mother to have benefit of last named tract during life), and 100 A., part of Retalliation, running from the cabin branch to boundary of tract given son-in-law Basil Waring (for further metes and bounds see will); also, bequest of personalty at 21 yrs.

To son James and hrs., 52 A., “Pheasant Hills” adjoining tract where he lives, and Salt Store house in Nottingham Town.

To townsman John Brent and hrs., 50 A., part of Juxta Stadium Aureolum.

To Benja. Gale, son of kinsman Jno. Gale, decsd., and his hrs., part of last named tract; lacking hrs., to pass to the poor of Gedling, nr. Nottingham; he to be under guardianship of Richard Groon.

To William Olliver, of whom testator was formerly guardian, 50 A. adjoining land of Benja. Gale.

To dau. Jone afsd., and hrs., residue of Juxta Stadium Aureolum.

To wife Martha, dwelling plantation during life, and absolutely plantation and land, 200 A., “Golden Race”; also, house and lot in Mills Town, where tenant  Evan Jones lives, and, as well, certain lease recorded from Wm. Mills.

To son Thos. Truman Greenfield and hrs., Stokebardolph, in St. Mary's Co., and jointly with his young. brother Micajah Greenfield, 1/3 of 500 A., Truman's Acquaintance in Gunpowder Neck, to be held under guardianship of John Hall, of Balto. Co., during minority of sd. 2 sons.

To son-in-law John Wight and Ann, his wife, part of Anchovis Hills, it being a lease bought of Nath'll Magruder.

To daus. Martha Waring and Eliza: Parker, personalty, including certain stock on plantation Gledling Pt., where she lives.

Maryland Calendar of Wills: Volume 4
page 40
To niece Mrs. Margery Covington and daus.-in-law ––, personalty. Also, to kinsman James Hollyday, when of age, personal estate in lieu of some  belonging to estate of his [p.40] deceased father, ––. Mention made also of cous. Leonard (Holladay).

To son Truman, at decease of wife, and male hrs., dwelling plantation Billingsley's Point, and Trent Neck; lacking such hrs., to pass to son James and male  hrs., and in succession to son Thos. Truman and male hrs., they dying without such hrs., to the poor of native town Gedling, in Grt. Brittain.

Exs.: Sons Thos., Truman and James afsd. In event of death of James, son Truman to take his place. Exs. empowered to sell 200 A., part of Billingsley's  Point, in fork of Patuxent, bought of Barnaby Kearne, of James R., Va.; Pascuum, lying next Anchovies Hills, and Nutwell's Adventure, west of his  lordship's manor in Chas. Co., where Edward Thomas lives; 1/3 of land, ––, in Cecil Co., bought from Nicholas Sproul by self, Chas. Carroll and Joshua Cecil;  also, to sell part of Taylor's Coast (for metes and bounds of land see will), and to sell 80 A., ––, adjoining Ann Guin's land, bounding on Bullington, for  benefit of estate.

Test: Joseph Perry, Nicholas Davis, Jr., Wm. Badger. 14. 89

Children of Thomas Greenfield and Martha Truman are:
 819 i. Ann Greenfield, died Aft. 1729 in Prince George's Co.,MD; married John Wight.
  ii. Martha Greenfield, married Basil Waring.
  iii. Eliza Greenfield, married Gabriel Parker.
  iv. Jone Greenfield, married Henry Holland Hawkins.
  v. Thomas Truman Greenfield, married Sussannah Cheseldyne.
  vi. Micajah Greenfield
  vii. James Greenfield
 

 1740.  John Field

Child of John Field is:
 870 i. Thomas Field, Sr, died Bef. 1677 in Henrico Co.,VA; married (1) ? ?; married (2) Mary Burton Abt. 1670 in Hnerico Co.,VA.
 

 1986.  Hanns Hodel  He married 1987. Anna Martin.
 1987.  Anna Martin

Child of Hanns Hodel and Anna Martin is:
 993 i. Magdalene Madia Hodel, married Hans Jager.
 

Generation No. 12

 3264.  Robert Taylor, Sr, born Abt. 1622; died Bef. February 25, 1659/60 in Calvert Co.,MD.  He was the son of 6528. ? Taylor.  He married 3265. Mary ?.
 3265.  Mary ?

Children of Robert Taylor and Mary ? are:
 1632 i. Samuel Taylor, Sr, born 1637 in Sussex, England; died Bet. December 30, 1682 - November 17, 1684 in Calvert Co.,MD; married Ann Smith 1672 in Calvert Co.,MD.
  ii. Robert Taylor, died Bet. January 10, 1680/81 - April 25, 1682 in Calvert Co.,MD; married Mary Wright.
  iii. Henry Taylor, born in Sussex, England.
  iv. Mary Taylor
 

 3266.  Thomas Smith, born Abt. 1610.  He married 3267. Catherine Call.
 3267.  Catherine Call, born Bef. 1618 in England.

Child of Thomas Smith and Catherine Call is:
 1633 i. Ann Smith, born December 11, 1640 in London, England; died Bef. January 18, 1685/86 in Calvert Co.,MD; married Samuel Taylor, Sr 1672 in Calvert Co.,MD.
 

 3268.  William Doyne  He married 3269. ? Wharton.
 3269.  ? Wharton

Children of William Doyne and ? Wharton are:
  i. Joshua Doyne, married (1) Barbara Ryan; married (2) Jane ?.
1634 ii. Robert Doyne, born October 26, 1642 in Wexford Co. Ireland; died May 11, 1702 in Charles Co.,MD; married (1) Mary Stone; married (2) Ann Burford.
  iii. Rebecca Doyne, married John Dawson.
 

 3270.  William Stone, born 1603 in Northamptonshire, England; died December 21, 1660 in Charles Co.,MD.  He was the son of 6540. John Stone and 6541. Dorothy Poynton.  He married 3271. Verlinda Graves.
 3271.  Verlinda Graves, born Abt. 1618; died Bef. July 13, 1675 in Charles Co.,MD.  She was the daughter of 6542. Thomas Graves and 6543. Katherine (Croshaw) Grosher.

Children of William Stone and Verlinda Graves are:
 1635 i. Mary Stone, born in Wexford Co. Ireland; married (1) Robert Doyne; married (2) John Thomas.
  ii. Elizabeth Stone, married William Calvert Abt. 1662; born Abt. 1643; died Abt. 1682.
  iii. Thomas Stone
  iv. Richard Stone
  v. Mathew Stone
  vi. John Stone
  vii. Katherine Stone
 

 3274.  John Gittings, died Abt. 1676 in Calvert Co. MD.  He married 3275. Margaret ?.
 3275.  Margaret ?

Children of John Gittings and Margaret ? are:
  i. Phillip Gittings, died Abt. 1720; married (1) Elizabeth Prather; married (2) Ann Spriggs.
  ii. John Gittings
  iii. Ann Gittings
 1637 iv. Mary Gittings, married John Wight.
 

 3276.  Robert Greenfield, born Abt. 1606 in Carleton, England.  He was the son of 6552. Henry Greenfield and 6553. Joan Lupton.  He married 3277. Anne Bailey June 27, 1629 in St. Peter, Nottingham, England..
 3277.  Anne Bailey, born Abt. 1610 in England.

Child of Robert Greenfield and Anne Bailey is:
 1638 i. Thomas Greenfield, born Abt. 1648 in Godling Parish, Nottinghamshire, England.; died Bef. November 07, 1715 in Prince George's Co.,MD; married Martha Truman.
 

 3278.  James Truman, born in Carleton, England; died Bet. July 29 - November 01, 1672 in Calvert Co.,MD.  He was the son of 6556. Thomas Truman.  He married 3279. Ann Storer.
 3279.  Ann Storer, born Bet. 1640 - 1642 in Lincolnshire, England; died Bet.. May 04, 1713 - June 19, 1714 in Calvert Co.,MD.  She was the daughter of 6558. Arthur Storer, Sr and 6559. Katherine Babington.

Notes for James Truman:
Maryland Calendar of Wills: Volume 1
Trueman, James,Calvert Co.,
29th July, 1672;  1st Nov., 1672.
To wife Anne, execx., 1/3 of estate, real and personal.
To daus. Martha, Mary, and Eliza:, residue of estate equally. In event of marriage of sd. wife Anne, brothers Thomas and Nathaniel to have charge of sd.  children's estate.
Test: Nath. Trueman, Arthur Storer, Chris. Pinckney. 1. 509.
 

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Following from "The Hollyday and Related Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland" by James Brodley, Jr., M.D., Baltimore Maryland Historical Society 1962

Three brothers arrived in Calvert County in the middle of the 17th century, James, Thomas, and Nathaniel Truman. There can be no dispute that they came from Nottinghamshire, Englnd, as their plantations and their homes were named for places along the Trent River in and around Nottingham.

Colonel Henry Hollyday, in an article in the Maryland Historical Magazine, raised the question as to the proper spelling of the name of the three Maryland brothers and concluded it was Trueman. As the wills of all three brothers are signed Truman, and the same spelling is used on their tombstones, it seems reasonable that Truman is correct. It is interesting that in Basford Parish, just across the Trent from Nottingham, the name is practically always spelled Trueman in the parish register. It was from this parish that the Virginia Truemans probably emigrated by the way of Barbados.

The eldest of the three Truman brothers was Dr. James Truman, one of the progenitors of the Hollyday family in Maryland. This gentleman is referred to in deeds given by his son-in-law, Charles Greene of Kings Lynn, England, as General Doctor. We have been told that before coming to America, he studied and practiced medicine in Kings Lynn, where his grandson-in-law established a fine reputation as a physician. No such record has been discovered.

Just when the Doctor arrived in Maryland is doubtful. There are two suggestions in the "Early Settlers List" but they differ in time and in the names of persons who accompanied him. The earliest record discovered by the author was a land grant in 1666. This is probably not far from the time of his arrival, as he brought with him, his three daughters, all of who were born in England, and the oldest was in 1666
eight years of age (Martha Greenfield's tomb: born 1668, died 1739).

As Dr. Truman left a personal estate of 600 pounds, a library valued at 40 pounds, and a home filled with valuable furnishings, he was either and extraordinarily successful physician for the period of his practice - 1666-1672 (his death) - or he
brought his capital from England. Most of his medical contemporaries accumulated only debts. There is no indication in the land records that he speculated in real estate and, as he held but one political office, Judge of the Quorum in Calvert in 1669, his political activities could have added little to his fortune.

When he came to Maryland he was accompanied by his wife Ann, his three daughters, Martha, Mary, and Elizabeth and his brother-in-law Arthur Storer.

Dr. Truman's home was a plantation of 700 acres, called in his will "Indian Creek and additions." This plantation was first laid out as 350 acres in 1657 for Thomas Truman, and in the patent granted in 1658 it is described as being located "on the south side of Patuxent River, just after the river bends to flow (east)" in to Chesapeake Bay. How James acquired his brother's interest in this property is not to be
found in the Land Office at Annapolis. In his will the place is left one-third to his widow and two-thirds to his daughters, He authorized Mrs. Truman to sell her portion if she desired to return to England; instead, she subsequently married and gave her daughters her portion of "Indian Creek."

Dr. Turman, dying in 1672, was buried at his brother's home, "Trent Neck." We find on his gravestone: "Here lyeth the body of James Truman Gent who died the 7th of August 1672 being aged 50." This graveyard, on original "Trent Neck," is near Mechanicsville on a farm occupied in 1945 by Mr. Clyde Raley.

Children of James Truman and Ann Storer are:
 1639 i. Martha Truman, born 1668 in Godling Parish, Nottinghamshire, England.; died Bef. March 27, 1739 in Prince George's Co.,MD; married Thomas Greenfield.
  ii. Mary Truman, born Bef. 1672; married Thomas Hollyday; died Bef. February 20, 1702/03 in Prince George's Co.,MD.
  iii. Eliza Truman, born Bef. 1672; married Charles Greene.
 

Generation No. 13

 6528.  ? Taylor

Children of ? Taylor are:
 3264 i. Robert Taylor, Sr, born Abt. 1622; died Bef. February 25, 1659/60 in Calvert Co.,MD; married Mary ?.
  ii. Alice Taylor, married (1) Samuel Griffin; married (2) George Reade.
 

 6540.  John Stone, born 1575 in Northampton, England; died 1633 in England.  He was the son of 13080. Richard de Croston Stone and 13081. Isabel Girdler.  He married 6541. Dorothy Poynton.
 6541.  Dorothy Poynton

Children of John Stone and Dorothy Poynton are:
 3270 i. William Stone, born 1603 in Northamptonshire, England; died December 21, 1660 in Charles Co.,MD; married Verlinda Graves.
  ii. Richard Stone
  iii. Mathew Stone
 

 6542.  Thomas Graves, born April 01, 1584; died 1635 in Accomack Co.,VA.  He was the son of 13084. Thomas Graves and 13085. Joan Blagrove.  He married 6543. Katherine (Croshaw) Grosher.
 6543.  Katherine (Croshaw) Grosher, died May 24, 1636 in Accomack Co.,VA.  She was the daughter of 13086. Joseph Crosher.

Children of Thomas Graves and Katherine Grosher are:
  i. John Graves, born Abt. 1611.
  ii. Thomas Graves, born Abt. 1616.
 3271 iii. Verlinda Graves, born Abt. 1618; died Bef. July 13, 1675 in Charles Co.,MD; married William Stone.
  iv. Anne Graves, born Abt. 1620.
  v. Katherine Graves, born Abt. 1622; married Thomas Sprigg March 03, 1649/50; born 1630; died 1704.
  vi. Francis Graves, born Abt. 1630.
 

 6552.  Henry Greenfield, born April 07, 1574 in Carleton, England; died December 02, 1624 in Carleton, England.  He was the son of 13104. Robert Greenfield and 13105. Agnes ?.  He married 6553. Joan Lupton July 06, 1607 in Godling Parish, Nottinghamshire, England..
 6553.  Joan Lupton, born 1590 in Nottingham, England; died June 30, 1627.

Child of Henry Greenfield and Joan Lupton is:
 3276 i. Robert Greenfield, born Abt. 1606 in Carleton, England; married Anne Bailey June 27, 1629 in St. Peter, Nottingham, England..
 

 6556.  Thomas Truman, born Abt. 1596 in England.  He was the son of 13112. Edward Truman.

Children of Thomas Truman are:
 3278 i. James Truman, born in Carleton, England; died Bet. July 29 - November 01, 1672 in Calvert Co.,MD; married Ann Storer.
  ii. Thomas Truman, died Bet. August 21 - December 10, 1685 in Calvert Co.,MD; marrrried Mary ?.
  iii. Nathaniel Truman, died Bet. July 10, 1676 - April 04, 1677 in Calvert Co.,MD.
  iv. Mary Truman
  v. Eliza Truman, married (1) ? Carlton; married (2) ? Stringer.
 

 6558.  Arthur Storer, Sr, born Abt. 1614 in Woolsthorp, Lincolnshire, England..  He married 6559. Katherine Babington.
 6559.  Katherine Babington, born March 25, 1613 in Leicestershire, England.  She was the daughter of 13118. Adrian Babington and 13119. Margaret Cave.

Children of Arthur Storer and Katherine Babington are:
 3279 i. Ann Storer, born Bet. 1640 - 1642 in Lincolnshire, England; died Bet. May 04, 1713 - June 19, 1714 in Calvert Co.,MD; married (1) James Truman; married (2) Robert Skinner Bet. 1672 -1685 in MD.
  ii. Arthur Storer, born in Lincolnshire, England.
  iii. Edward Storer, born Abt. 1646 in Lincolnshire, England.
  iv. Katherine Storer, born in Lincolnshire, England.
 

Generation No. 14

 13080.  Richard de Croston Stone, born 1540 in Twiston Parrish, Lancaster, England; died Abt. 1605 in Lancashire, England.  He was the son of 26160. William de Twiste Stone and 26161. Elizabeth Bradley.  He married 13081. Isabel Girdler January 12, 1571/72 in Croston, Bretherton, Lancs, England.
 13081.  Isabel Girdler, born Abt. 1553 in Doncaster, England.  She was the daughter of 26162. John Girdler.

Children of Richard Stone and Isabel Girdler are:
 6540 i. John Stone, born 1575 in Northampton, England; died 1633 in England; married Dorothy Poynton.
  ii. Thomas Stone
 

 13084.  Thomas Graves  He married 13085. Joan Blagrove.
 13085.  Joan Blagrove  She was the daughter of 26170. Thomas Blagrove and 26171. Joan Bellame.

Child of Thomas Graves and Joan Blagrove is:
 6542 i. Thomas Graves, born April 01, 1584; died 1635 in Accomack Co.,VA; married Katherine (Croshaw) Grosher.
 

 13086.  Joseph Crosher, died in York Co.,VA.

Child of Joseph Crosher is:
 6543 i. Katherine (Croshaw) Grosher, died May 24, 1636 in Accomack Co.,VA; married Thomas Graves.
 

 13104.  Robert Greenfield, born in Nottingham, England; died October 28, 1590 in Carleton, England.  He married 13105. Agnes ? Abt. 1555 in England.
 13105.  Agnes ?, died November 1605 in Carleton, England.

Child of Robert Greenfield and Agnes ? is:
 6552 i. Henry Greenfield, born April 07, 1574 in Carleton, England; died December 02, 1624 in Carleton, England; married Joan Lupton July 06, 1607 in Godling Parish, Nottinghamshire, England..
 

 13112.  Edward Truman, born June 1580 in Northampton, England..  He was the son of 26224. Richard Truman and 26225. Elizabeth Sanderson.

Child of Edward Truman is:
 6556 i. Thomas Truman, born Abt. 1596 in England.
 

 13118.  Adrian Babington  He married 13119. Margaret Cave.
 13119.  Margaret Cave

Child of Adrian Babington and Margaret Cave is:
 6559 i. Katherine Babington, born March 25, 1613 in Leicestershire, England; married (1) Arthur Storer, Sr; married (2) Joseph Clarke.
 

Generation No. 15

 26160.  William de Twiste Stone, born Abt. 1490 in England; died in Yorkshire, England.  He married 26161. Elizabeth Bradley.
 26161.  Elizabeth Bradley, born Abt. 1495 in Lancashire, England.  She was the daughter of 52322 John Bradley.

Child of William Stone and Elizabeth Bradley is:
 13080 i. Richard de Croston Stone, born 1540 in Twiston Parrish, Lancaster, England; died Abt. 1605 in Lancashire, England; married Isabel Girdler January 12, 1571/72 in Croston, Bretherton, Lancs, England.
 

 26162.  John Girdler

Child of John Girdler is:
 13081 i. Isabel Girdler, born Abt. 1553 in Doncaster, England; married Richard de Croston Stone January 12, 1571/72 in Croston, Bretherton, Lancs, England.
 

 26170.  Thomas Blagrove, died June 18, 1590 in Clerkensell, Berkshire, England.  He was the son of 52340. Richard Blagrove.  He married 26171. Joan Bellame.
 26171.  Joan Bellame  She was the daughter of 52342. William Bellame and 52343. ? Wright.

Child of Thomas Blagrove and Joan Bellame is:
 13085 i. Joan Blagrove, married Thomas Graves.
 

 26224.  Richard Truman, died November 1594.  He married 26225. Elizabeth Sanderson.
 26225.  Elizabeth Sanderson, died January 1593/94.

Child of Richard Truman and Elizabeth Sanderson is:
 13112 i. Edward Truman, born June 1580 in Northampton, England..
 

Generation No. 16

 52322.  John Bradley, born Abt. 1460 in England.

Child of John Bradley is:
 26161 i. Elizabeth Bradley, born Abt. 1495 in Lancashire, England; married William de Twiste Stone.
 

 52340.  Richard Blagrove  He was the son of 104680. Rafe Blagrove.

Child of Richard Blagrove is:
 26170 i. Thomas Blagrove, died June 18, 1590 in Clerkensell, Berkshire, England; married Joan Bellame.
 

 52342.  William Bellame, born 1512 in Lamborne, Berkshire, England.  He was the son of 104684. Thomas Bellame and 104685. Aveline ?.  He married 52343. ? Wright.
 52343.  ? Wright

Child of William Bellame and ? Wright is:
 26171 i. Joan Bellame, married Thomas Blagrove.
 

Generation No. 17

 104680.  Rafe Blagrove

Child of Rafe Blagrove is:
 52340 i. Richard Blagrove.
 

 104684.  Thomas Bellame, born in Hadley, Middlesex, England.  He was the son of 209368. Robert Bellame.  He married 104685. Aveline ?.
 104685.  Aveline ?

Child of Thomas Bellame and Aveline ? is:
 52342 i. William Bellame, born 1512 in Lamborne, Berkshire, England; married ? Wright.
 

Generation No. 18

 209368.  Robert Bellame  He was the son of 418736. Henry Bellame.

Child of Robert Bellame is:
 104684 i. Thomas Bellame, born in Hadley, Middlesex, England; married Aveline ?.
 

Generation No. 19

 418736.  Henry Bellame  He was the son of 837472. John Bellame.

Child of Henry Bellame is:
 209368 i. Robert Bellame.
 

Generation No. 20

 837472.  John Bellame

Child of John Bellame is:
 418736 i. Henry Bellame.

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