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151 According to the marriage record, they were Roman Catholicand married at St. Joseph's Presbytery, Newfoundland. Family F693
 
152 Ada de Warenne[1] or Adeline de Varenne (c. 1120? - 1178), married Henry of Scotland, 3rd Earl of Huntingdon,[2]. They had Malcolm IV of Scotland,[3] William I of Scotland,[4] and their youngest son, David of Scotland, 8th Earl of Huntingdon.[5][6]
Vitals
Ada de Warenne[7][8][9][10][11][12]
b. Abt. 1104 or 1120 Surrey or 1120 Vermandois, Normandy[1][13]
Source
Royal Ancestry 2013 Vol. III p. 299
HENRY OF SCOTLAND, Earl of Northumberland, married ADA DE WARENNE

Royal Ancestry 2013 Vol. IV p. 580-583
Royal Ancestry by Douglas Richardson Vol. V page 274 
Warenne, Ada Countess of Northumberland, Lady of Crail and Haddington (I4595)
 
153 Adelisa de Clermont (1065 - aft. 1117)

Alias: Adeliza de Clermont[1]
Early Life

p. Hugh de Clermont and Marguerite de Montdidier m. abt 1065 Picardy, France[2]
Family

m. Gilbert FitzRichard de Clare. Issue:
Gilbert "Strongbow" de Clare[3][4]

(Adeliza, Adelaide) de Clermont m. Gilbert FitzRichard de Clare, Earl of Clare (b. c.1066 - 1114 /17). Issue:

· Baldwin FitzGilbert de Clare, Lord of Bourne

· Richard FitzGilbert de Clare, mentioned next.

· Gilbert FitzGilbert de Clare, 1st Earl of Pembroke.

· Alice de Clare who married Aubrey de Vere, Justicar of England.

· Rohese de Clare


m.1 Alfbert FitzRichard de Clare (b.1066 Clare). Issue:

Baldwin FitzGilbert de Clare (b.1088 Lincolnshire)
m.2 Gilbert de Clare (b. anti 1070 France). Issue:

Richard DE CLARE (b: 1090 Abergavenny, Monmouthshire)
Gilbert DE CLARE b: 21 Sep 1100
Baldwin FitzGilbert de Clare (b. abt 1088 Bourne, Lincolnshire)
Adelize FitzGilbert de Clare (b.1080-1092 Tunbridge, Kent)
Rohesia DE CLARE b: 1092 in Tunbridge Castle, Kent
Hawise DE CLARE b: Abt 1099 Kent
Agnes DE CLARE b: Abt 1091 in Tonbridge, Kent
Margaret FITZ GILBERT DE CLARE
Hervey WALTER DE CLARE b: Abt 1086-1111 Clare, Suffolk

Some sources also site a marriage to Bouchard de Montmorency, III de Seigneur (1064-1124), but no timing is given (and both were pretty well occupied with their existing families), nor issue stated.

Links

www.dcs.hull.ac.uk
rootsweb: worden
rootsweb: cousin
Geni. Nice discussion and additional sources.
Sources

?
Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists Who Came to New England between 1623 and 1650 Abbreviation: Ancestral Roots, 6th ed. Author: Weis, Frederick Lewis Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1988
Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, Edition: 7th ed. Abbreviation: Ancestral Roots, 7th ed. Author: Weis, Frederick Lewis, Editor: Sheppard Jr., Walter Lee Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1992
Jones, Winona Stevens,. Our royal ancestors. Lexington, Ky.,: Transylvania Print. Co., 1971.
? Becky Bierbrodt fitzrandtocharlemange.FTW;
father, Hugh Count of Clermont. Note from 'The Thomas Book': Renaud Count of Clermont in Beauvaisis, living in 1087, had a son Hugues, md. Marguerite de Roucy, dau. of Hilduin, Count of Montdidier, & Alix, Countess de Roucy, & had a son Renaud, & dau. Adeliza (the one this is written for);
Hugh DE CLERMONT b: abt 1030 Clermont, Oise, France
Margaret MARGUERITE DE MONTDIDIER b: 1048 Montdidier, Somme, France
?
MEDLANDS: GILBERT de Clare "Strongbow", son of GILBERT FitzRichard de Clare & his wife Adelisa de Clermont (1100 [CP X 348] - 6 Jan 1148 or 1149, bur Tintern Abbey).
Guillaume de Jumièges names "Richardum qui ei successit et Gislebertum et Walterium et unam filiam...Rohais” as the children of “Gislebertus ex filia comitis de Claromonte”.
The Liber Vitæ of Thorney abbey lists "…Gilebt fili[us] Ricardi, Ricard fili[us] eius…Aaliz uxor Gilbti filii Ricardi, Comes Gilbt, Galteri…filii sui…"
“Adeliz, uxor Gilberti filii Ricardi, et Gillebertus et Walterus et Baldewinus et Rohaisia pueri Gilberti” donated property to Thorney Monastery, by undated charter witnessed by “Gilberto filio Gilberti, Galterio, Hervæo, Baldwino fratribus eius et Rohaisia sorore eorum”.
He inherited the estates of his paternal uncles Roger de Clare (after 1131, in the baronies of Bienfaite and Orbec, Normandy) and Walter de Clare (in 1138, as lord of Nether Gwent with the castle of Strigoil, later known as Chepstow). He was created Earl of Pembroke in 1138 by King Stephen. The Annales Cambriæ record the death in 1149 of "Gilbertus comes, qui Strangboga dictus est"[1444].
?
Gilbert aka “Strongbow”, but his son Richard is better remembered by this name. He was born circa 1100 and died on January 6, 1147. Gilbert FitzGilbert de Clare m. Isabel (Elizabeth) de Beaumont
"Royal Ancestry" 2013, Douglas Richardson Vol. II. p. 172
 
De Claremont, Adelisa Beauvais (I4655)
 
154 Adopted child. Blanchard, Ralph (I1238)
 
155 African-American

1910 Nash Co., NC census, Castalia TWP,
Williams, Daniel, 55 (so b. 1855)
Ella, 50
Smith, Lola, dau, 26
Williams, James, son, 20
Lillie, dau, 17
Solomon, son, 15
Gertie, dau, 12
Joseph, son, 9
Smith, Lee, grandson, 4
Ada, granddau, 2
Curtis, grandson, 1 3/12

1900 Nash Co., NC census, Castalia Twp,
Williams, Daniel (Darrice?), b. May 1853, m. 20 yrs
Ella, Apr 1861, m. 20 yrs
Ada, dau, b. Jan 1880
Dallas, son, b. Feb 1881
Lula, dau, b. Mar 1883
Jolly, son, b. Mar 1886
Alford, son, b. Oct 1892
Lilie, dau, b. Oct 1893
Soloman, son, b. Nov 1894
James, son, b. Jan 1896
Gertie, dau, b. Oct 1897


1880 Nash Co., NC census:
Williams, Daniel, 26
Ella, 18

1930 NC census, Franklin Co., Cedar Rock
Williams, Joe F., 28 17 @ 1st marr, farmer, b. NC, & both parents
Hattie, wife, 25, 14 @ 1st marr, b. NC, & both parents
Mangelle, dau, 10
Willie L., son, 5
Joe A., son, 3 10/12
Pattie, dau, 9/12

 
Williams, Daniel (I2452)
 
156 African-American

1930 NC census, Franklin Co., Cedar Rock
Williams, Joe F., 28 17 @ 1st marr, farmer, b. NC, & both parents
Hattie, wife, 25, 14 @ 1st marr, b. NC, & both parents
Mangelle, dau, 10
Willie L., son, 5
Joe A., son, 3 10/12
Pattie, dau, 9/12

1920 Nash Co NC census, Mannings Twp,

Spivey, William, 50
Harriett, wife, 36
Lazarus, son, 17
Harry, son, 15
Hilliard, son, 11
Williams, Hattie, daughter, 18
Williams, Joseph, son in law, 21


 
Williams, Joseph Foster (I2450)
 
157 African-American

North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000
Name: (Baby girl) Williams
Date of Birth: 19 Aug 1931
Race: Colored (Black)
Birth County: Franklin
Parent1 Name: Joe Foster Williams
Parent2 Name: Hattie Williams
Roll Number: B_C039_66001
Volume: 20
Page: 51

Social Security Death Index
Name: Raefield W. Avent
Last Residence: 27816 Castalia, Nash, North Carolina, United States of America
Born: 19 Aug 1931
Died: 16 Apr 2004
State (Year) SSN issued: North Carolina (1958 )

North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000
Name: Joel Mc Crae Avent
Date of Birth: 1 Oct 1949
Race: Colored (Black)
Birth County: Nash
Parent1 Name: Willie Leader Avent
Parent2 Name: Rayfield Williams
Roll Number: B_C069_66003
Volume: 35
Page: 40

North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000
Name: Joyce Ann Avent
Date of Birth: 16 Aug 1947
Race: Colored (Black)
Birth County: Nash
Parent1 Name: Willie Leader Avent
Parent2 Name: Rayfield Williams
Roll Number: B_C069_66003
Volume: 35
Page: 38

North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000
Name: Willie Lee Avent JR.
Date of Birth: 6 Jul 1951
Race: Colored (Black)
Birth County: Nash
Parent1 Name: Willie Lee Avent
Parent2 Name: Rayefield Williams
Roll Number: B_C069_66003
Volume: 37
Page: 1584
 
Williams, Raefield (I2446)
 
158 African-American

Social Security Death Index
Name: Hattie Williams
SSN: 245-82-7584
Last Residence: 27816 Castalia, Nash, North Carolina, United States of America
Born: 30 Jun 1900
Died: Mar 1979
State (Year) SSN issued: North Carolina (1965 )
 
Spivey, Hattie Bell (I2451)
 
159 African-American - possibly fathered by Thomas Londe Avent, of MS.

This idea is based on an inquiry of Rickie Austin, who says that the tradition in his family has always been that they were descended from a slave child of Benjamin Edward Avent (1799-1878, Lafayette Co., MS). My investigation seems to indicate that it is possible that Tempy Avent may in fact have been fathered not by Benjamin, but by his son Thomas Londe Avent (1833-1910).

Lafayette Co., MS, census records show that Tempy was listed as 'mulatto', so she was clearly of mixed race. They also show her and another black child, Young Avent (about the same age as Tempy) in the household of Thomas Londe Avent's brother, James Knox Avent, in 1870, so it's reasonable to assume they were brother and sister.

Other census records show that Tempy's parents were both born in GA. We know that Benjamin Edward Avent himself was born in NC, and James Knox Avent was born in MS, as were most of Benjamin's numerous children, but he had four sons who were, in fact, born in GA before the family moved to MS 1838-40. One of the GA-born children was Thomas Londe Avent. We also know that on 18 Sep 1883 Young Avent received a marriage license, witnessed by a Thomas Avent. So, if this Thomas Avent was Thomas Londe Avent, then it's reasonable to assume that he may have been Young's father, and if Young and Tempy were brother and sister, then Thomas may have been the GA-born father of Tempy, as well. So, to summarize the evidence:

* we can prove that Tempy was of mixed race and that her father was born in GA
* Rickie's family tradition is that her father was Benjamin Edward Avent
* we can prove that Benjamin was born in NC, and all his children were born in MS, except for four sons, one of whom was named Thomas and was born in GA
* a 'Thomas' Avent' witnessed the marriage license of Young Avent, who was likely Tempy's brother

This is far from conclusive but when dealing with situations like this circumstantial evidence is usually all you have to work with. More research is needed to prove or disprove this claim, but it's worth considering.

1900 Lafayette Co., MC census, Beat Two,

Murphy, Fate, Dec 1839, m. 14 yrs, b. AL, both parents b. AL
Tempy Oct 1840, m. 14 yrs, mother of all 5 children, b. MS, both parents b. GA
Clarence, Sep 1887
Sue, Sep 1890
Velmer, Jun 1894
Bertha, Jan 1897
Sweet, Jan 1899
 
Avent, Tempy (I2519)
 
160 African-American.

1880 Nash Co. census is:
Avent, Orace, 36
Tetia, 35, wife
Isaac, 13
Edward, 12
Julia, 10
George, 7
Dennis, 5
William, 2

1870 Nash Co NC census
Avent, Horace, 25
T, 27, wife
Isaac, 3
Edward, 3
Lucinda, 15
 
Family F728
 
161 African-American.

1930 Nash Co. census:

Avent, Willie, 52 (b. 1878)
Hattie, wife, 41
Lessie, dau. 22
George, son, 19
Annetta, dau, 14
Euly (?), son, 8
Willie L., son, 4
Oliver L., son, 2 9/12
 
Family F729
 
162 African-American.

Social Security Death Index
Name: Willie Avent
Last Residence: 27816 Castalia, Nash, North Carolina, United States of America
Born: 17 Jul 1925
Died: Jan 1975
State (Year) SSN issued: North Carolina (1951 )

North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996
Name: Willie Avent
Death Date: 28 Jan 1975
Death County: Nash
Death State: North Carolina
Date Death Recorded: 3 Feb 1975
Death Age: 49
Burial Location: Burial in state
Birth Date: 1926
Residence County: Nash
Gender: Male
Race: Black
Autopsy: No
Institution: Home
Attendant: Physician
Source: NC Department of Health. North Carolina Deaths, 1975

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946
Name: Willie L Avent
Birth Year: 1925
Race: Negro, citizen (Black)
Nativity State or Country: North Carolina
State: North Carolina
County or City: Nash
Enlistment Date: 5 Nov 1943
Enlistment State: North Carolina
Enlistment City: Fort Bragg
Branch: No branch assignment
Branch Code: No branch assignment
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life
Education: 2 years of high school
Civil Occupation: Automobile Serviceman
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
Height: 89
Weight: 990

North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000
Name: Joel Mc Crae Avent
Date of Birth: 1 Oct 1949
Race: Colored (Black)
Birth County: Nash
Parent1 Name: Willie Leader Avent
Parent2 Name: Rayfield Williams
Roll Number: B_C069_66003
Volume: 35
Page: 40

North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000
Name: Joyce Ann Avent
Date of Birth: 16 Aug 1947
Race: Colored (Black)
Birth County: Nash
Parent1 Name: Willie Leader Avent
Parent2 Name: Rayfield Williams
Roll Number: B_C069_66003
Volume: 35
Page: 38

North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000
Name: Willie Lee Avent JR.
Date of Birth: 6 Jul 1951
Race: Colored (Black)
Birth County: Nash
Parent1 Name: Willie Lee Avent
Parent2 Name: Rayefield Williams
Roll Number: B_C069_66003


 
Avent, Willie Lee (I2444)
 
163 age 11/12 on 1860 Chatham Co. census

Buried Emmaus Baptist Ch., Chatham Co.,:

Webster, Betty (b.29 Jul 1859 - d.29 Oct 1883)
Daughter of Richard E. & Mary Webster. "Professed religion and joined the Baptist Church in 1874. DAR 1965, p. 27. Location row 9.  
Webster, Elizabeth (I1287)
 
164 aka "Kitti" West, Margaret Elizabeth (I0395)
 
165 Alfred the Great succeeded his brother, Athelred (d.871). He is known for protecting Wessex from the Viking invasion, but never became, "king of all the English," since the Danes held most of the North and the East.[1]
He pushed back the Viking incursions, and relieved neighboring kingdoms from the Danish threat, following his victory at the Battle of Ethandun in 878.[2] He re-established Anglo-Saxon rule over the western half of Mercia. The introduction of Danelaw divided Mercia in half, giving control of the eastern portion to the Danes.[3]
Vitals
Ælfred (Alfred) "The Great" of Wessex[4][5]
Rex Anglorum et Saxonum (King of the English and Saxons)
b. c.847 Wantage (?)[1]
d. 26 Oct 899 Winchester (?)[1][6]
bur. Winchester[1]
reinterred: 1110 Hyde Abbey[7]
Alfred the Great was originally buried at Old Minster, Winchester, later moved to New Minster and then Hyde Abbey. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burial_places_of_British_royalty

Parents
Æthelwulf and Osburh m. abt 837[8] Issue: 6[9]
Æthelstan[10]
Æthelbald[11]
Æthelbert[12]
Æthelred[13]
Alfred the Great[14]
Æthelswith m. Burgred, King of Mercia.[15]
Marriage and Issue
m. 868 Ealhswith[1][16] Issue: 5 or 6.
Edward the Elder[17] (c. 874 -17 July 924) m.1 Ecgwynn; m.2 Ælfflæd; m.3 919 Eadgifu
Æthelflæd, Lady of the Mercians (d.12 Jun 918) m. Æthelred, Lord of the Mercians
Æthelgifu, Abbess of Shaftesbury[18]
Æthelweard (d.16 Oct 922?)
Ælfthryth or Elfreda (d.929) m. Baldwin II, Count of Flanders[1] (d. 918)[19]
Timeline
871: King of the West Saxons[20]
By 886: captured London.[21]
after 878: Treaty of Wedmore[1]
after 878 - 885: Peace mostly reigned[22]
893 - 897: war with Danes of East Anglia[1]
Research Notes
The following children are currently linked on Wikitree; some are verified as children of Alfred and others are not:

Verified

Æthelflæda of Wessex, daughter, born 869. Æthelflæd, Lady of the Mercians (d.12 Jun 918) m. Æthelred, Lord of the Mercians
Eadweard of Wessex, son, born 871. of England. Edward the Elder[23] (c. 874 -17 July 924) m.1 Ecgwynn; m.2 Ælfflæd; m.3 919 Eadgifu
Æthelgifu of Wessex, daughter, born 875. Æthelgifu, Abbess of Shaftesbury[24]
Ælfthryth of Wessex, daughter, born 877. Ælfthryth or Elfreda (d.929) m. Baldwin II, Count of Flanders[1] (d. 918)[25]
Æthelweard of Wessex. son, born 879. England Æthelweard (d.16 Oct 922?)
Not Verified

Eadmund of Wessex, son, born 873
Edward Cumbe, son, born 874
Athelstan of Wessex, son, born 878. Probably same as Aethelstan of Wessex, King of England, who was son of Edward the Elder and grandson of Alfred.
Sources
? 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 Ashley, 2008
? a.k.a. Battle of Edington btw 06 - 12 May AD 878
? Category: 9th Century
? References:
1. Anglo-Saxon Bishops, Kings & Nobles, Eng. 104, p. 300, 342, 343
2. Royal Line of Succession, A16-A225, p. 6
3. Hist. Eng. P, 1949, pref. p. 151
4. George's Hist. Tab., Eng. 102, Tab. 1
5. Keiser und Koenig Hist., Gen. Hist. 25, pt. 1, p. 96, 97
6. Anderson's Royal Genealogies, Eng. 130, p. 738
7. The Plantagenet Ancestry, Eng. 116, p. 21
? Alfred is the only English King to be called "The Great."
? Wikipedia; cause unknown: possibly poor health / Crohn's disease (Alfred the Great- a diagnosis. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov).
? thought new Minister was built for his remains, so he was reinterred there. Reburied by monks when Minister moved to Hyde Abbey, along with wife and kids in great procession. See: Summary of Hyde Community Archaeology Project.
Wed 27 Mar: bones exhumed. kept by church while academia verifies remains. See Guardian.
? alias: Osburga; dau. Oslac
? 5 sons, 1 dau. Each son, except Æthelstan, succeeded to the throne.
? King of Kent, Prince of Wessex
received Kent, Essex, Surrey and Sussex
Æthelstan is not Athelstan the Glorious.
? King of England, b. ABT 834, King of Wessex
? King of England, b. ABT 836, King of Wessex
? King of England, b. CIR 840 King of Wessex
? King West Saxons, b. 849
? child bride
? Father: Mercian nobleman (Ashley, 2008), Æthelred Mucil, Ealdorman of the Gaini. Mother: Eadburh, member of the Mercian royal family (Ashely, 2008).
? King of the West Saxons: 899-924 (Ashley, 2008)
? Wikipedia: Shaftesbury Abbey
? mother was Osburga dau. Oslac of the Isle of Wight, Chief Butler of England.
? when his brother, Ethelred, died.
? after 878AD regarded as "overlord of the English" (Ashely, 2008).
? Except for 885 AD skirmish with Danes (Ashley, 2008).
? King of the West Saxons: 899-924 (Ashley, 2008)
? Wikipedia: Shaftesbury Abbey
? mother was Osburga dau. Oslac of the Isle of Wight, Chief Butler of England.
(Editors Note: Ashley and Searle are verified sources, and used as parentheticals. They do not belong under "See also.")

Ashley, M. (2008). A Brief History of British Kings and Queens, (pp.29 - 32). Philadelphia: Running Press Book Publishers. Print.
Searle, W.G. (1899). Anglo-Saxon Bishops, Kings, and Nobles, (pp.343). Cambridge University Press. London: C.J. Clay & Sons. archive.org.
Burke, Bernard. Royal Descents and Pedigrees of Founders Kin (Harrison, London, 1864) Page 1-9

Asser (1969), "Life of King Alfred", in J. A. Giles, Memorials of King Alfred: being essays on the history and antiquities of England during the ninth century, the age of King Alfred, by various authors, Burt Franklin research & source works series (287), New York: Burt Franklin

Asser (1983), "Life of King Alfred", in Keynes, Simon; Lapidge, Michael, Alfred the Great: Asser's Life of King Alfred & Other Contemporary Sources, Penguin Classics, pp. 67–112

Attenborough, F.L. Tr., ed. (1922). The laws of the earliest English kings. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 
King Alfred the Great (I4385)
 
166 Alice Cookes (or Cockes), daughter and heiress of John Cookes of Bristol,[1] was born about 1430 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England.[2]

She married (1) John Poyntz, Esq. (died 1465),[1] son of Nicholas Poyntz.[3][4]

Alice (Cookes) Poyntz married (2) Sir Edward Berkeley as his second wife, before 1475. They had three sons:[1]

Thomas Berkeley, Esq.
Maurice Berkeley
William Berkeley, Knt.
Sir Edward died in 1506 and "his widow, Alice, died in 1509."[1][2]

Sources

? 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Source: #MCA1, Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry (2011)
? 2.0 2.1 born about 1430 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, and died on October 29, 1507, Avon, Sopley, Hampshire, England is from Alice Cockes, "Our Royal, Titled, Noble, and Commoner Ancestors & Cousins" (website, compiler Mr. Marlyn Lewis, Portland, OR; accessed April 11, 2015)
? Wikipedia: Nicholas Poyntz (accessed April 11, 2015)
? for their children, see OWSLEY 9 in Richardson's Magna Carta Ancestry
MCA1: Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Royal Ancestry series, 2nd edition, 4 vols., ed. Kimball G. Everingham, (Salt Lake City, Utah: the author, 2011), p 175 #9 Edward Berkeley, Knt., of Avon (in Sopley)...
 
Cookes, Alice (I4328)
 
167 Alice de Sanford was born circa 1230 at Great Hormede, Hertfordshire, England, the daughter of Gilbert de Saunford.[1][2][3]

Marriage & Children
She married Sir Robert de Vere, 5th Earl Oxford, Baron of Hedingham & Whitchurch, Master Chamberlain of England, son of Sir Hugh de Vere, 4th Earl Oxford, Baron of Hedingham & Whitchurch, Master Chamberlain of England and Hawise de Quincy, before 22 February 1252. They had 6 sons & 2 daughters:[1][2][3]
Sir Robert, 6th Earl of Oxford
Sir Hugh, 1st Lord Vere
Sir Alphonse
Thomas
Gilbert, a cleric
Philip, a cleric
Joan, wife of Sir William de Warenne
Hawise
Death
She died on 7 September 1312 near Dunmon, Canfield, Essex, England; Buried at Earls Colne, Essex.[1][2]
Sources
? 1.0 1.1 1.2 Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. IV, p. 263-264.
? 2.0 2.1 2.2 Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. V, p. 253.
? 3.0 3.1 Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. V, p. 312.
See Also:

Royal Ancestry 2013 Vol. V p. 354-357
Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, (2011), Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Royal Ancestry series, 2nd edition, 4 vols., ed. Kimball G. Everingham, (Salt Lake City, Utah: the author, 2011), volume IV, page 263
Our Royal, Titled, Noble and Commoner Ancestors & Cousins database online, compiled by Mr. Marlyn Lewis, follows Douglas Richardson's Magna Carta Ancestry. It includes Magna Carta Surety Barons and many of their descendants. Alice de Sanford
Weis, Frederick Lewis, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists Who Came to New England between 1623 and 1650. 6th ed. Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1988.
Acknowledgements 
de Sanford, Alice (I4672)
 
168 Alice de Warenne[1]

Father: William de Warenne, Knt., of Medmenham, Buckinghamshire,[2] William was Earl of Surrey and Sussex.[3]
Mother: Joan, daughter of Robert de Vere, Earl of Oxford, and Alice, daughter and heiress of Gilbert de Sanford.[4]
Born: after 1284 (date of parents' marriage)[4]
May/Jul 1287[5][6] Warren,[citation needed] Sussex, England[7]
Husband: Edmund Fitzalan, 9th Earl of Arundel, son of Richard Fitzalan, 8th Earl of Arundel and Alice of Saluzzo[8] Edmund, son and heir of the 8th Earl, Richard Fitz Alan (or de Arundel), Knt., of "Arundel, Sussex, Acton Round, Clun, Oswestry, Shrawardine, and Wroxeter, Shropshire, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, etc., Chief Butler of England", was born at Marlborough Castle on 1 May 1285.[2]
Married "in 1305, while [Edward was] still a minor"[8]
Children Edmund and Alice had four sons and six daughters:[9]
Katherine Fitz Alan, b. Abt 1305-1318, Arundel, Sussex, England;[citation needed] d. before 23 May 1376,[5] married (1) Sir Henry, 2nd Lord Husee, (2) Sir Andrew Peverel[2]
Richard Fitz Alan, Knt., b. about 1313,[5] Abt 1306, Arundel, Sussex, England,[citation needed] "Cropped Hat",[8] d. 24 Jan 1376;[5] Earl of Arundel & Surrey[2]
Edmund Fitz Alan, Jr., b. Abt 1308, Arundel, Sussex, England,[citation needed] clerk, Treasurer of Chichester[2]
Alice Fitz Alan, b. Abt 1310, Arundel, Sussex, England; d. date unknown,[citation needed] (died 1326[10]) married Sir John de Bohun, Earl of Hereford & Essex, Constable of England[2]
Jane Fitz Alan, b. Abt 1312, Arundel, Sussex, England; d. 27 Apr 1392[citation needed][11]
Aline Fitz Alan, b. Abt 1314, Arundel, Sussex, England;[citation needed] d. 20 Jan 1386,[5] married Roger le Strange, 5th Lord le Strange of Knockin[2]
John Fitz Alan,[2] b. Abt 1315, Arundel, Sussex, England; d. date unknown[citation needed]
Edward Fitz Alan, b. Abt 1316, Arundel, Sussex, England; d. 1398[citation needed][12]
Elizabeth Fitz Alan, b. Abt 1320, Arundel, Sussex, England; d. 8 Jan 1389,[13] married William le Latimer, K.G., 4th Lord Latimer[2]
Mary Fitz Alan, d. 29 Aug 1396, married John le Strange, Knt., 4th Lord le Strange of Blackmere[2]
Michael de Arundel, Clerk[2][12]
Eleanor de Arundel, married (1) William de St. John, (2) Sir Gerard, 1st Lord Lisle[2][11]
The Earl of Arundel "was captured in Shropshire by Queen Isabel's party and beheaded without a trial at Hereford" on 17 November 1326.[2] Arundel was beheaded by order of the Queen, leaving Alice de Warenne a widow.[citation needed][13] "He was subsequently attainted, when his estates and honours became forfeited. ... Richard Fitz Alan, called "Copped Hat," s. and h. of Edmund, ... was in (1330-1) 4 Edw. III, fully restored in blood and honours (confirmed 1351 and again 1354), and in Dec. of that year obtained restitution of the Castle and Honour of Arundel...."[8]
Death
Alice de Warenne, wife of Edmund de Arundel (FitzAlan), was "living in 1330, but died before 23 May 1338. She was buried in the church of the Black Friars, London, next to her two grandchildren, William and Jane Husee."[2]
Research Notes
Daughter Mary: See this page for a discussion of the father of Mary (m le Strange): Edmund or Richard.[14]

Note - Magna Carta project policy states:
"Magna Carta Ancestry and Royal Ancestry by Douglas Richardson are the foundational sources for the Magna Carta Project. Where there is a conflict regarding the facts on a profile, we follow Richardson, unless there is more recent published research that adds to or corrects his work." (this presumes the conflict is among secondary, not primary, sources. ~ Liz Shifflett, Magna Carta project co-leader, 2018)
The Medieval Genealogy page (cited for daughter Mary) was "last updated: 11 February 2003."[14] Richardson's Magna Carta Ancestry and Royal Ancestry were published 2011 and 2013 (respectively).
Death/burial: The Find A Grave memorial, "citing Haughmond Abbey," states she died at age 50 on 23 May 1338, "Arundel, Arun District, West Sussex, England. Burial: Haughmond Abbey, Shrewsbury, Shropshire Unitary Authority, Shropshire, England".[7] This is in conflict with Richardson, who notes that she died before 23 May 1338 and that she is buried in London. I was unable to confirm FindAGrave's information to a source, as clicking links to "explore more" did not discover a "Haughmond Abbey" source (the Ancestry search results included conflicting information from non-FindAGrave sources). A citation for "Una Rees, ed., The Cartulary of Haughmond Abbey, p.227 (1985)." was included on Edward's memorial.[15] The limited search available through HathiTrust (accessed 2 April 2018), revealed two instances of Warenne, pp 224 and 287, but not any text. ~ Noland-165 04:04, 2 April 2018 (EDT)

Sources
? Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Royal Ancestry series, 2nd edition, 4 vols., ed. Kimball G. Everingham (Salt Lake City, Utah: the author, 2011), Volume IV, pp 286-287 WARENNE #4 Joan de Vere
? 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, 5 vols., ed. Kimball G. Everingham (Salt Lake City, Utah: the author, 2013), Vol II, pp 599-607 FITZ ALAN #9, #10. Edmund de Arundel (or Fitz Alan), Knt.
? Cokayne, The complete peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, p.241-241, added 2014-05-21, amb
? 4.0 4.1 Royal Ancestry, Vol V, p 313 WARENNE #10 (Richardson).
? 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 Cawley, Medieval Lands: ALICE de Warenne
? The 15 June 1287 that had been in the datafield was apparently based on Cawley's "May/Jul" date;deleted "15" (to be just "about June 1287").
? 7.0 7.1 Find A Grave: Memorial #45182889 for Alice De Warenne Fitzalan, born 15 Jun 1287, West Sussex, England; died 23 May 1338 (aged 50), Arundel, Arun District, West Sussex, England. Burial: Haughmond Abbey, Shrewsbury, Shropshire Unitary Authority, Shropshire, England
? 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 Cokayne, p. 242
? Royal Ancestry (Vol II, p 603; Richardson) lists Michael as the fourth son (omitting Edward), and shows them all with "de Arundel" instead of the surname Fitz Alan (see more about the surname change on Edmund's profile). It also lists the sons & daughters in a different order than the order given in this profile (in addition to listing sons and daughters separately): sons Richard, John, Edmund, Michael; daughters Eleanor, Alice, Katherine, Aline, Elizabeth, Mary.
? Alice de Warren, "Our Royal, Titled, Noble, and Commoner Ancestors and Cousins" (website, compiled by Mr. Marlyn Lewis, Portland, OR; accessed 29 March 2018), citing Cokayne, Weis, Richardson and others (see the site for details).
? 11.0 11.1 Richardson's Royal Ancestry does not list a daughter named Jane. This WikiTree profile had not included a daughter named Eleanor in listed children, but Richardson does (added at end of list, although she is listed first among the daughters named in Richardson's Royal Ancestry, Vol II, p 603).
? 12.0 12.1 Richardson also lists four sons, but a "Michael, Clerk," is given instead of a son named Edward (in addition to son Edmund).
? 13.0 13.1 Wikipedia entry for Alice de Warenne, Countess of Arundel
? 14.0 14.1 Medieval Genealogy: Arundel (accessed 29 March 2018)
? Find A Grave: Memorial #45182985 for Edward Fitzalan
Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Royal Ancestry series, 2nd edition, 4 vols., ed. Kimball G. Everingham (Salt Lake City, Utah: the author, 2011), Vol II, pp 178-179
Cokayne, G. The complete peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom extant, extinct, or dormant . New ed., rev. and much enl., edited by the Hon. Vicary Gibbs by G.E.C. Published 1910 by The St. Catherine press, ltd. in London Vol. I, p. 242.
The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, Edition: 4th ed., Weis, Frederick Lewis Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1991
Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, Edition: 7th ed., Weis, Frederick Lewis; editor Sheppard Jr., Walter Lee Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1992 
de Warenne, Countess of Arundel Alice (I4668)
 
169 Alice of Saluzzo[1][2]
b. unknown Saluzzo, Piedmont, Italy[3]
d. 25 Sep 1292[4]
bur: Todingham, Priory[5]
Early Life

p. Thomas I, 4th Margrave of Saluzzo and Luigia di Ceva (d.22 Aug 1291/93)[4]
Family

m. Richard FitzAlan anti.1285[4][6]
Sources

Royal Ancestry by D. Richardson Vol. IV p. 553 
Saluzzo, Countess of Arundel Alasia (I4682)
 
170 Alice Smith married her step-brother Nathaniel Bradford. On 18 August 16 63 he and his wife Alice sold 400 acres which Bradford had patented, May 1661. On 14 August 1662 he had made an agreement with the King of Mathc e pungo whereby in exchange for a suit of clothes and other things he had r eceived 200 acres about his house at Matchepungo. As Nathaniel Bradfo rd of the County of Accomack, "currier," he deeded, 18 October 1664, the lan d he had acquired by his marriage to Alice Smith, daught of Richard S mith , deceased, to his son and heir, Nathaniel Bradford, Jr. He held 36 20 ac res in Accomack County, by 1683, by virtue of his warrant, 25 March 1676, he was granted a tract called "Bradford's Hall" on Rehoboth Creek in Sus sex County, Delaware, which his son William sold 29 June 1692. Af ter Ali ce's death Nathaniel Bradford married Joan (or Jeane) Franklin, s ister of Henry Franklin of Northumberland County, by whom he had a son Jo hn. She and William Bradford, his son and heir were granted letters of a dministr ation on his estate, 18 November 1690.
====
The father of Alice Smith, Richard Smith, came to Virginia in the London Merchant, March 1619/20. He was living at Pasbehaighs, James City, at the time of the census, 1623/4 and the muster, 1624/5. Soon, however, he moved to the Eastern Shore, where he had been granted, 18 November 1618, 200 acres in Accawmack County, 23 September 1639. The area where he resided became Northampton County and in his will, proved 31 January 1659/60, he mentioned 500 acres which he divised to his daughter Alse Smith and 450 acres left to his daughter Susan Smith.

Since he divised to his daughter Alice by her maiden surname, Smith, and also referred to Nathaniel Bradford as his son-in-law, it seems clear Richard Smith had two wives, both dead when he wrote his will, one of whom was the mother of Alice and probably of Susan, and one who was a widow Bradford, mother of Nathaniel Bradford. Susan Smith was left "the linen which was her mother's".

ALICE SMITH married her step-brother NATHANIEL BRADFORD......... After the death of Alice, Nathaniel married Joan (Jeane) Franklin, sister of Henry Franklin of Northumberland County, by whom he had a son John. She and William Bradford, his son and heir were granted letters of administration on his estate, 18 November 1690. compiled by Glenn Bray 1999 
Smith, Alice (I0187)
 
171 All info from her Death Certificate, which shows her parents as Simon F. Webster and Mary P. Auld of Anson Co.. Married name 'Skillicorn' (hard to read) on death cert. Webster, Sarah Scurlock (I3625)
 
172 also called "Captain Jack".

see: http://www.carolinacuzins.org/CH-IWMurphreys.html

According to Dixon family history, Captain John Murphrey arrived in Dobbs County, N.C. from Virginia with his cousin Murphrey Dixon in 1747. He was the founder of the Beare Garden plantation in Greene County, North Carolina. Elizabeth was John's 2nd wife and we do not know precisely when they were married.

One needs to imagine the home surrounded by Elizabeth's beautiful boxwood and flower gardens. As her daughter Gale writes in June 1770, "Mother has already sent her gardner Cato over with some cuttings to get the grounds in order. The box garden there will be larger and more modern than ours but I think will never surpass the beauty of mama's garden."

Listed as a Captain in the list of officers for the Dobbs County Militia on March 11, 1761. Died in 1776 when he was thrown from his riding chair and fractured his skull. There is a narrative believed to have been written by Martha Suggs Dixon (1829-1904), the wife of Rev. Henry Aldridge Dixon, son of Benejah Dixon and Mary (Polly) Hill Dixon. It begins, "Both my father and my mother were related from Old Capt. Jack Murphrey from across Contentnea from Snow Hill. This old gentleman was revered almost as a tribal god amongst his offspring and descendants who were numerous and intermarried with the oldest and best families in the area."

The narrative says Capt. Jack was married to Betsey Harrison, whose family lived at Harrison's Landing near Richmond (Berkeley Plantation), before he left Virginia. It describes a fair they attended at Williamsburg during their courtship at which a greased pig contest was held. No one could catch the pig. Capt. Jack said he didn't know why everyone was having such a hard time. Elizabeth challenged him to try; he wanted to know what was in it for him. She replied that if he failed to catch the pig, he would have to buy her a new pony and saddle; if he should catch it, she would agree to marry him. Capt. Jack took his coat off, laid down in the pen, stuck a carrot in one ear and when the pig came up to bite the carrot, Capt. Jack caught him. Elizabeth married him shortly thereafter. 
Murphrey, John (I1093)
 
173 Also spelled Dockstader and other ways.

Belledockstader Queensbury, Virginia, Death Records, 1912-2014

Name: Belledockstader Queensbury
Gender: Female
Race: White
Age at Death: 78
Birth Date: 27 Jun 1866
Death Date: 18 Dec 1944
Death Place: Newport News, Virginia, USA
Registration Date: 20 Dec 1944
Spouse: W E Queensbury
Name of father: unk
Maiden name of mother: unk 
Doxstater, Isabelle L. (I0681)
 
174 Alvin "Buddy" Scott Ridings, 39, passed away Tuesday, June 6, 2000, in Newport News. A native of Lee Hall, Buddy had been a Newport News resident his entire life. He was a carpenter and had attended Denbigh High School. His favorite pastime was fishing.

Buddy is survived by his parents, George and Dolores Ridings of Newport News; his daughter, Heather R. Lewis of Newport News; and his sister, Sophie Avent, and her husband, Stephen, of New Kent County. 
Ridings, Alvin Scott (I0435)
 
175 Ambrose Grizard Will -1781 - Sussex Co., VA

Sussex Co Va Will book C page 415
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN I AMBROS GRIZARD of the county of sussex, being very sick but of sound &
perfect mind & memory thaks be to Almighty God & calling to mind the uncertainly of this life do think proper to dispose of what it hath pleased God to bless me with in the following manner
IMPRIMIS I lend unto my beloved wife LUCY GRIZARD during her natural life the following negroes - John, Sam & Moll, also as much of my household & kitchen furniture as she may think necessary for her use also as much of my stock of horses cattle sheep & hoggs as she may think proper to take out for her use.
ITEM I give & bequeath unto my beloved son WILLIAM GRIZARD one half of the land I now live on containing five hundred & seventy five acres it being the whole of the land purchased of JOSEPH PRINCE and if my said Son WILLIAM GRIZARD & my Son JOHN GRIZARD who I allot the other half of the said five hundred & seventy five acres cannot agree upon the dividing line between them then it is my will & desire that my Son in Law JOHN
AVENT & my friend JOSHUA THORP & LITTLEBERRY MASON be and they are hereby authorised to divide
the same between my two sons WILLIAM GRIZARD & JOHN GRIZARD which said one half I give to my son
WILLIAM GRIZARD to him & his heirs forever. Also my Negro fellow LUKE I give to my said Son to take
possession of at the end of the year or when the present crop is finished that may be growing at my death & I do moreover give to my son WILLIAM the colt my young bay mare may have the insuing spring which my said Son hath put to Mr JOSHUA THORP's horse
ITEM I give & bequeath unto my beloved Son JOHN GRIZARD one half of the land I now live on the whoe to be devided between my Son WILLIAM GRIZARD & my said Son JOHN and it is my will & desire that my Son William have the upper half & my Son JOHN the lower half with the houses I now live in also I give my said Son JOHN a horse to be raised from one of the mares I now own against he shall arrive to the age of eighteen years to be raised out of my Estate
ITEM I give & bequeath unto my beloved son AMBROS GRIZARD when his brother JOHN shall arrive to the age of eighteen years the choice of all my Negroes that I may have at that time also the colt my old bay mare is now with foald with in lieu of his portion of land give his two brothers
ITEM It is my will & desire that when my beloved Son JOHN GRIZARD shall arrive to the age of eighteen years that then the whole of my Estate not before given away be equally divided amonst all my children to wit WILLIAM GRIZARD only he is to account for the value of the Negro Luke given him before, MARY GRIZARD, ELIZABETH AVENT wife of JOHN AVENT, LUCY GRIZARD, AMBROS GRIZARD & JOHN GRIZARD, to each of them & their heirs for ever, and at the death of my beloved wfie it is my will & desire that all the portion allotted to her be equally divided amongst my six children above mentioned to them & their heirs.
LASTLY I do nominate & appoint my beloved Son WILLIAM GRIZARD & my Son in Law JOH AVENT
Executors to this my last will & testament makeing retifying & confirming this & no other to be my last will & testament In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & affixed my seal the 14th day of May 1781
Signed Sealed & acknowleged /s/ AMBROSE GRIZARD seal
In presence of
LITTLEBERY MASON
BURWELL WESTBROOK
JOSHUA THORP
At a Court held for the Sussex County the 16th day of August 1781 the last Will & Testament of AMBROSE GRIZARD dec'd was exhibited in Court by WILLIAM GRIZZARD & JOHN AVENT the Executors therein named proved by the oath of LITTLEBERRY MASON & JOSHUA THORP two of the witnesses thereto & ordered to be recorded & on the motion of said Executors who made oath according to Law & with NATHANIEL HOLT & LITTLEBERRY MASON their securities entered into & acknowledged their bond in tepenalty of Ten hundred thousand pounds conditioned as the law directs. Certificate is granted them for obtaining a probate thereof in due form
Exd.
Teste
/s/ JOHN COCKE CC CUR

 
Grizzard, Elizabeth (I1611)
 
176 Ambrose Grizard Will -1781 - Sussex Co., VA

Sussex Co Va Will book C page 415
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN I AMBROS GRIZARD of the county of sussex, being very sick but of sound &
perfect mind & memory thaks be to Almighty God & calling to mind the uncertainly of this life do think proper to dispose of what it hath pleased God to bless me with in the following manner
IMPRIMIS I lend unto my beloved wife LUCY GRIZARD during her natural life the following negroes - John, Sam & Moll, also as much of my household & kitchen furniture as she may think necessary for her use also as much of my stock of horses cattle sheep & hoggs as she may think proper to take out for her use.
ITEM I give & bequeath unto my beloved son WILLIAM GRIZARD one half of the land I now live on containing five hundred & seventy five acres it being the whole of the land purchased of JOSEPH PRINCE and if my said Son WILLIAM GRIZARD & my Son JOHN GRIZARD who I allot the other half of the said five hundred & seventy five acres cannot agree upon the dividing line between them then it is my will & desire that my Son in Law JOHN
AVENT & my friend JOSHUA THORP & LITTLEBERRY MASON be and they are hereby authorised to divide
the same between my two sons WILLIAM GRIZARD & JOHN GRIZARD which said one half I give to my son
WILLIAM GRIZARD to him & his heirs forever. Also my Negro fellow LUKE I give to my said Son to take
possession of at the end of the year or when the present crop is finished that may be growing at my death & I do moreover give to my son WILLIAM the colt my young bay mare may have the insuing spring which my said Son hath put to Mr JOSHUA THORP's horse
ITEM I give & bequeath unto my beloved Son JOHN GRIZARD one half of the land I now live on the whoe to be devided between my Son WILLIAM GRIZARD & my said Son JOHN and it is my will & desire that my Son William have the upper half & my Son JOHN the lower half with the houses I now live in also I give my said Son JOHN a horse to be raised from one of the mares I now own against he shall arrive to the age of eighteen years to be raised out of my Estate
ITEM I give & bequeath unto my beloved son AMBROS GRIZARD when his brother JOHN shall arrive to the age of eighteen years the choice of all my Negroes that I may have at that time also the colt my old bay mare is now with foald with in lieu of his portion of land give his two brothers ITEM It is my will & desire that when my beloved Son JOHN GRIZARD shall arrive to the age of eighteen years
that then the wole of my Estate not before given away be equally divided amonst all my children to wit WILLIAM GRIZARD only he is to account for the value of the Negro Luke given him before, MARY GRIZARD, ELIZABETH AVENT wife of JOHN AVENT, LUCY GRIZARD, AMBROS GRIZARD & JOHN GRIZARD, to
each of them & their heirs for ever, and at the death of my beloved wife it is my will & desire that all the portion allotted to her be equally divided amongst my six children above mentioned to them & their heirs.
LASTLY I do nominate & appoint my beloved Son WILLIAM GRIZARD & my Son in Law JOHN AVENT
Executors to this my last will & testament makeing retifying & confirming this & no other to be my last will & testament In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & affixed my seal the 14th day of May 1781
Signed Sealed & acknowleged /s/ AMBROSE GRIZARD seal
In presence of
LITTLEBERY MASON
BURWELL WESTBROOK
JOSHUA THORP
At a Court held for the Sussex County the 16th day of August 1781 the last Will & Testament of AMBROSE GRIZARD dec'd was exhibited in Court by WILLIAM GRIZZARD & JOHN AVENT the Executors therein named proved by the oath of LITTLEBERRY MASON & JOSHUA THORP two of the witnesses thereto & ordered to be recorded & on the motion of said Executors who made oath according to Law & with NATHANIEL HOLT & LITTLEBERRY MASON their securities entered into & acknowledged
their bond in tepenalty of Ten hundred thousand pounds conditioned as the law directs. Certificate is granted them for obtaining a probate thereof in due form
Exd.
Teste
/s/ JOHN COCKE CC CUR

AMBROSE2 GRIZZARD (AMBROSE1) was born 1732 in Isle of Wight Co., VA, and died Abt. August 1781 in Sussex Co., VA. He married LUCY FORT Bef. 1753 in probably VA, daughter of JOHN FORT. She was born Abt. 1732 in probably VA, and died Aft. 1790 in Sussex Co., VA.


Children of AMBROSE GRIZZARD and LUCY FORT are:

4. i. JOHN E.3 GRIZZARD, SR., b. Abt. 1770, probably VA; d. April 06, 1825, Sussex Co., VA.

ii. WILLIAM GRIZZARD.

iii. LUCY GRIZZARD, m. BENJAMIN AVENT, January 19, 1786, Sussex Co., VA.

iv. ELIZABETH GRIZZARD, m. JOHN AVENT; b. Greensville Co., VA.

v. MARY GRIZZARD, m. BENJAMIN BAIRD, March 18, 1785, Sussex Co., VA.

5. vi. AMBROSE GRIZZARD, b. Abt. 1766, Sussex Co., VA; d. Bef. November 1819, Wake Co., NC.




 
Grizzard, Ambrose (I1615)
 
177 Amelia County, Virginia Births, 1853-96 Record
about VIRGINIA QUEENSBERRY
Name: VIRGINIA QUEENSBERRY
Birth Date: 5 MAY 1871
Race: W
Sex: F
Father: E.A.
Mother: LUCY
Page: 87
 
Queensberry, Mary Virginia (I0911)
 
178 American Civil War Soldiers
Name: Calvin Broughton
Residence: Johnston County, North Carolina
Enlistment Date: 10 May 1862
State Served: North Carolina
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 10 May 1862 at the age of 32
Enlisted in Company I, 47th Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 10 May 1862.
POW on 01 July 1863 at Gettysburg, PA
Confined on 09 July 1863 at Fort Delaware, DE
died POW Company I, 47th Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 02 October 1863 in Fort Delaware, DE

North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Groom: Calvin Broughton
Bride: Mary E Lassiter
Bond Date: 25 May 1858
Bond #: 000067152
Marriage Date: 24 May 1858
Level Info: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
ImageNum: 004655
County: Johnston
Record #: 01 033
Witness: Thos. D. Snead
Performed By: J F Ellington

1860 United States Federal Census
Name: Calvin Broughton
Age in 1860: 30
Birth Year: abt 1830
Birthplace: North Carolina
Home in 1860: Neuse River, Johnston, North Carolina
Gender: Male
Post Office: Clayton

Household Members:
Name Age
Calvin Broughton 30
Mary Broughton 20
James H Broughton 1 
Broughton, Calvin (I0250)
 
179 American Civil War Soldiers
Name: David Jones ,
Residence: Chatham County, North Carolina
Occupation: Farmer
Enlistment Date: 5 Apr 1862
Enlistment Place: Chatham County, North Carolina
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: North Carolina
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 5 April 1862 at the age of 29.
Enlisted in Company D, 61st Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 5 Apr 1862. 
Jones, David A. (I2651)
 
180 American Civil War Soldiers
Name: Oliver Straughn ,
Residence: Chatham County, North Carolina
Enlistment Date: 10 May 1863
Enlistment Place: Chatham County, North Carolina
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: North Carolina
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 10 May 1863 at the age of 19.
Enlisted in Company I, 32nd Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 10 May 1863.
Died of disease Company I, 32nd Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 22 Sep 1863 at Richmond, VA.

Pvt. 32nd Regiment, North Carolina Infantry (Lenoir Braves).

O. L. Straughan (First_Last)
Regiment Name 32 North Carolina Infantry
Side Confederate
Company I
Soldier's Rank_In Private
Soldier's Rank_Out Private
Alternate Name Oliver/Straughn
Film Number M230 roll 37

32nd Infantry Regiment was organized at Drewry's Bluff, Virginia, in April, 1862, using the 1st North Carolina Infantry Battalion as its nucleus. Its companies were raised in the counties of Tyrrell, Nash, Camden, Northampton, Catawba, Bertie, Chatham, and Franklin. The unit was stationed near Petersburg and Drewry's Bluff during the fall of 1862, then returned to North Carolina. Here it served in and around Kinston until May, 1863, when it moved back to Virginia. Assigned to General Daniel's and Grimes' Brigade it fought in various conflicts from Gettysburg to Cold Harbor, saw action in the Shenandoah Valley with Early, and ended the war at Appomattox. This regiment lost thirty-five percent of the 454 engaged at Gettysburg and sustained 3 casualties at Bristoe and 3 at Mine Run. It surrendered with 4 officers and 110 men on April 9, 1865. The field officers were Colonels Edmund C. Brabble, David G. Cowand, and Henry C. Lewis, and Lieutenant Colonel William T. Williams. 
Straughan, Oliver L. (I0562)
 
181 American Civil War Soldiers
Name: Richard Ausley ,
Residence: Chatham County, North Carolina
Occupation: Farmer
Enlistment Date: 21 Jul 1862
Enlistment Place: Chatham County, North Carolina
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: North Carolina
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 21 July 1862 at the age of 22.
Enlisted in Company D, 61st Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 21 Jul 1862.
Died of disease Company D, 61st Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 21 May 1864 at Richmond, VA Hospital.
Sources: 16

Died of tetanus at Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond. 
Ausley, Richard (I1936)
 
182 American Civil War Soldiers
Name: Richard Jones ,
Residence: Chatham County, North Carolina
Enlistment Date: 5 Apr 1862
Enlistment Place: Chatham County, North Carolina
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: North Carolina
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 5 April 1862 at the age of 21.
Enlisted in Company D, 61st Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 5 Apr 1862.
Transferred out of Company D, 61st Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 15 May 1862.
Transferred into Company F, 53rd Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 15 May 1862.
Enlisted in Company D, 61st Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 15 Aug 1864.
Deserted from Company F, 53rd Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 15 Aug 1864. 
Jones, Richard M. (I2653)
 
183 American Civil War Soldiers
Name: Thomas Cotten ,
Residence: Chatham County, North Carolina
Occupation: Farmer
Enlistment Date: 11 Aug 1862
Enlistment Place: Chatham County, North Carolina
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: North Carolina
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 11 August 1862 at the age of 25.
Enlisted in Company D, 61st Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 11 Aug 1862.
Died of disease Company D, 61st Infantry Regiment North Carolina on 10 Nov 1862 at Tarboro, NC. 
Cotten, Thomas Benton (I1200)
 
184 American Civil War Soldiers Record
Name: Andrew J Dalton
Enlistment Date: 21 February 1863
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: Virginia
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 21 February 1863
Enlisted in Company C, 24th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 21 February 1863.
Wounded on 02 April 1865 at Five Forks, VA (Wounded in leg)
Surrendered Company C, 24th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 09 April 1865 in Appomattox Court House, VA

Name: Andrew Jackson DALTON
Sex: M
Birth: 23 JUN 1830 in Patrick Co, VA
Death: 26 JUN 1894 in Patrick Co, VA
Note:

Earl G. Swem & John W. Williams, compilers, . Richmond, VA: Superintendent of Public Printing, 1918.

Dalton, Andrew J., Senate 1885-1888 (failed to note the county)

Dalton, Martin, House 1871-3, 1876-7, 1879-82, Carroll Co. (He is a descendant of William Dalton)

PATRICK COUNTY DALTON RECORDS
contributed by Judy Roberts, J2ROBERTS@aol.com

1870 Mayo Dist. Patrick County, VA. census
Dalton, Andrew J. 40 $754
Sarah 39
Amanda C. 14
Emily V. 14
Coleman J. 13
Dolle E. 12
Andrew J. Jr. 10
Murry T. 8
Sarah E. 5
Louisa 1
Patrick Cty Death Records. (LVA; Daltons b. < 1850.)
Died 1894, 26 Jun. Andrew J. Dalton, s/o Coleman and Dolly Dalton. m. Sally.
age 64 (b. 1830)

Sources; Judy Stacey-
-42821 Avenida Tigre-
-Hermet, CA 92544
Andrew registered on Birth FHA Film #0033352 ppg #119
Had 11 Children
1850 Patrick Co, VA Census with family ppg #735
1860 Patrick Co, VA Census Andrew not listed, just wife and children
1880 Patrick Co, VA Census Andrew and his family all found.
children birth and death dates from files # 0033352 ppg # 119 and in cemetaries FHC 975.5695 V3p
Change Date: 23 JAN 2004

Father: Coleman Jefferson DALTON b: 1798 in VA
Mother: Dolly SHELTON b: 1797 in Va.
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Marriage 1 Sarah GILBERT b: 1831
Married: 10 NOV 1853 in Patrick Co, VA
Children
Amanda C DALTON b: 1856 in Patrick Co, VA
Emily V DALTON b: 1856 in Patrick Co, Va
Coleman J DALTON b: 1857 in Patrick Co, Va
Dolle J DALTON b: 1858 in Patrick Co, Va
Andrew J DALTON b: 1860 in Patrick Co, VA
Murray T DALTON b: 1862 in Patrick Co, Va
Sarah E DALTON b: 1865 in Patrick Co, Va
Louisa DALTON b: 1869 in Patrick Co, Va
 
Dalton, Andrew Jackson (I2223)
 
185 Another family Bible gives surname as 'Dickenson'. Dickens, Dicey Anna (I3583)
 
186 ANTHONY bought land in Cumberland Co. VA (could this is Caroline?) in Nov.
1749, then went to Chatham Co. NC where he purchased 148 acres of land by
Cape Fear River in Dec. 1771 from James Riddle & wife Temperance & James
Riddle's mother Elizabeth Riddle. He returned to Cumberland Co. (later
Powhatan Co.) He signed an oath in Powhatan Co. VA Jan. 1 1788 showing his
support for the Constitution of the United States. He furnished beef, wheat
and flour to troops.

Miscellaneous Deed Abstracts, 1749-1750 -- Cumberland Co. VA lists this
property: Book I:75, 27 Nov. 1749. Charles BATES of Goochland to ANTHONY
MINTER of Cumberland, 40 pounds for 200 ac. in Cumberland on branches of
Stovalls Crk. Witness: Tarlton Fleming, Daniel Coleman.

Book I:86, 26 Feb. 1749. Charles Bates of Goochland and John Bates of
Cumberland to Paul Michaux of Cumberland, 45 pounds for 150 ac. formerly
belonger to Maj. John Woodson, bounded by John Bates, Maj. Daniel Stoner,
ANTHONY MINTER, John Cox. Witness: Step. Hughes, William Ballard, John
Elliott.
==================================
(From http://webpages.charter.net/chamberlayne/minter/mnotes.htm)

Notes Pertaining to

Some Descendants of Anthony Minter
of Caroline County, Virginia
(Link)

last updated September 10, 2008
compiled by Donald W. Chamberlayne

Anthony and Elizabeth Minter of Caroline County, Va.
A major source of documentary evidence regarding Anthony and his family, probably the major source, is the work of Dorotha Riddle Marsh, on the descendants of William Julius Riddle, an immigrant to Virginia from Scotland, and his wife Nancy Elizabeth (Minter) Riddle. In 1981 she published Branches of One Riddle Family Tree, and in 1987 a supplemental volume of source documents drawn from court records of several counties that were integral to her research. (Citation in list of sources).

For persons lacking access to the hard-to-find Marsh volumes, this compiler included, descendency listings by others citing her work have been crucial. Especially valuable has been the work of June Bowman, posted online through the webpages of a group of her family members under the heading "Dellinger, Mallory & Others" at Ancestry.com. Mrs. Bowman and her nephew Marvin Dellinger constitute the persons to contact for anyone wishing to pursue this line further.

Drawing from "Dellinger, Mallory & Others," with reference to Marsh's book on the Riddles, the fundamental source of information concerning Anthony Minter and his family is his will, which was "presented in court 14 Nov 1751 by Elizabeth Minter." [Marsh, 1981, B2, p.259]. Except for daughter Nancy Elizabeth, the dates of birth for Anthony and his children, where known, are also from the will [June Bowman, email, Jan-29-2007]. Presumably this is also the source of the name Elizabeth as his wife. Anthony's date of birth is said to have been "about 1685." The Dellinger-Mallory listings also say that Anthony is thought to have moved to Caroline County "about 1730." If true, this casts doubt on Caroline County as the birthplace of his children, as has been stated in a number of places.

Listings posted by Minter researchers have identified as many as eight children of Anthony and Elizabeth. Presumably, most of their names appeared in their father's will, and perhaps in other records as well. Eight are included here, but substantiation is incomplete, and most of what is known apparently derives from the research by Marsh.

The single greatest deficiency in the available information on the family, at least as is known to this researcher, is that his wife we know only as Elizabeth. Not even her maiden name is known, much less anything of her origins.

ANTHONY MINTER b. about 1685 in Virginia, d. 1751 in Caroline County, Va.
mar. ELIZABETH (surname unknown) @1

Children of Anthony and Elizabeth Minter:
2a. NANCY ELIZABETH MINTER b. abt 1713, d. abt 1787, mar.
WILLIAM JULIUS RIDDLE (b. 1708, d. unk) @2A
2b. ANTHONY MINTER, JR. b. abt 1715, d. 1812
2c. JOHN OLIVER MINTER b. abt 1718, d. Jun-14-1797, mar.
ELIZABETH MICHAUX MORGAN (b. 1725, d. unk) @2C
2d. RICHARD MINTER b. abt 1722, d. Mar-1785; mar. MARTHA SCRUGGS @2D
2e. WILLIAM MINTER b. abt 1728, d. unk
2f. JAMES (or JEREMIAH) MINTER b. unk, d. abt 1780; mar. MARGARET ___
2g. JOSEPH MINTER b. unk, d. 1789; mar. ANNA MARIAH GOOCH (b. abt 1735,
d. 1802), settled in SC @2G
2h. JACOB MINTER b. unk, d. unk

 
Minter, Anthony (I1288)
 
187 Aoife MacMurrough (1145-1188, Irish: Aoife Ní Diarmait), also known by later historians as Eva of Leinster, was the daughter of Dermot MacMurrough (Irish: Diarmait MacMurchada), King of Leinster, and his wife Mor O'Toole (c.1114-1191).

Marriage
m. Richard "Strongbow" de Clare, 2nd Earl of Pembroke 29 Aug 1170 Christchurch Cathedral, Waterford.
She had been promised to Strongbow by her father who had visited England to ask for an invasion army. He was not allowed to give his daughter away, as under Early Irish Law Aoife had the choice of whom she married, but she had to agree to an arranged marriage.
Under Anglo-Norman law, this gave Strongbow succession rights to the Kingdom of Leinster. Under Irish Brehon law, the marriage gave her a life interest only, after which any land would normally revert to male cousins; but Brehon law also recognized a transfer of "swordland" following a conquest. Aoife conducted battles on behalf of her husband and is sometimes known as Red Eva (Irish: Aoife Rua). She had two sons with her husband Richard de Clare, and within several generations her descendants included much of the nobility of northwestern Europe, including Robert the Bruce.
Extract from Heart of Exile - The marriage of Strongbow (Richard de Clare) and Eva lived for centuries after in the Irish mind as a horrible alliance.
Name Birth Death Notes

Isabel de Clare, 4th Countess of Pembroke 1172 1240 m. Aug 1189, Sir William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke, Lord Marshal, son of John Fitz Gilbert, Marshal (Marechal) of England, and Sibylla of Salisbury.
Gilbert de Striguil (Chepstow), 3rd Earl of Pembroke 1173 1185 Inherited title from father but died as a minor. The title then went to his sister's husband on marriage.
Joan de Clare 1175 ? m. Godfrey Gamage, son of William De Gamages and Elizabeth De Miners.
Children of Aoife MacMurrough and Richard de Clare (Strongbow)
Alias
Eva MacMurrough
Eva (Aoife) MCMURROUGH
Eva (Aoife) de CLARE
Aoife "Red Eva" ni Diarmait
Eva MacMURROUGH
Burial of Eve/Aoife, wife of Richard FitzGilbert 'Strongbow'
(Royal Ancestry) His widow, Eve, was living in 1187. Sometime in the period, 1185-1194, his widow, Eve, as "heres Regis Deremicii," confirmed to John Comyn, Archbishop of Dublin, and his successors all of her earlier gifts. At her death, she was buried in Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire.

On July 7, 2006, Alton Rogers received an e-mail from Richard Turner of the Wales government (Richard.Turner@Wales.GSI.Gov.UK) regarding the burial of important historic persons at Tintern Abbey. These included Eve/Aoife, wife of Richard FitzGilbert de Clare, his father Gilbert FitzGilbert de Clare, Isabel FitzGilbert de Clare, wife of William Marshal, and their eldest daughter Maud.

From Richard Turner regarding the burial of Eve/Aoife at Tintern: In 1531 William fellows made a visitation to Tintern Abbey just before the Dissolution of the Monasteries. He wrote describing the tomb of Aoife/Eva of Leinster (Ive Burgh): "in the northe part of sayde Church Lyeth Ive Burgh, doughter to Makmure, King of Lymster in Irelande, and wife to Richard Strangebowe aforewrytten on the other side,"

She was buried with her father-in-law Gilbert FtizGilbert de Clare, who died in 1148/49.

Sources
Royal Ancestry 2013 Vol. IV p. 339-340
Wikipedia: Aoife MacMurrough
google groups discussion by Stewart Baldwin Eve of Leinster and Radnaillt of Dublin includes references to genealogies by Turton & Professor David Kelley pub: "The Genealogist" vol. 1 pp. 4-27
Ancestral File Number: 91SF-JD
Croinin, Daibhi (1995) Early Medieval Ireland 400-1200 London: Longman Press; p. 281
Salmonson, J. A. (1991) The Encyclopedia of Amazons, (pp.60). Paragon House. ISBN 1-55778-420-5
Weis, F.L. (n.d.) Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America Before 1700, (Lines: 66-26, 175-7, 261-30). N.p.
Adam-Smith, P. (1986), Patsy Adam-Smith. Heart of Exile. Victoria, AU: Nelson Publishers. ISBN 0 17006170 1. 
IMacMurrough, Princess of Leinster, Countess of Pembroke Aoife (I4549)
 
188 ARK Death Index, 1934-1940
Spires, Arka, d. 3/20/1934, Pulaski Co., AR
 
Malone, Arka Burton (I2058)
 
189 Arrived in VA in 1638 aboard "The Transport" from the web: Edward was the first known immigrant to America. He came over on the ship "The Transpor t" in June of 1638 to Jamestown Va. He was the sole Brantley aboard the T ransport. John Seaward sponsored Edward's journey and so Edward served as an indentured servant for about 7 years. Edward then recieved 50 acres o f land from the King as did Mr Seaward. Edward died in in Isle of Wigh t C o Va in 1688, and mentions children as shown. Source Elsie Blair Aira ghi: A man names John Seward received 400 acres of land on 18 Jun 1638 fo r tr ansporting 8 persons to America, one was Edward Brantly. Edward's na me, a lng with this sons Edward and Phillip, were on a petition for pardo

see: Pages from 'Virginia Immigrants 1623-1666' documenting Edward Brantly's arrival in America under the sponsorship of John Seward. John Seward received 50 acres of land for each person he sponsored and he received the land for sponsoring Edward and others in 1638.

Edward arrived in 1638 from England. He served John Seward seven years as an indentured servant for paying his passage. John received a land grant 18 June 1638 of 400 acres upon the North side of SW Creek setting out main creek commonly called Caryes Neck, due for transporting 8 persons, including Edward Brantley.

Edward received 675 acres of land in Virginia from the Governor William Berkley. The land was on the Blackwater River south of Proctors Bridge. (May now be in Southhampton County, then was Isle of Wight County.) This grant was made 30 October 1669 adjoining lands of Mr. Took and Mr. England.

On October 15, 1677 the following signed a statement of loyalty to the King of England: Edward Brantley, Edward Brantley Jr. and Phillip Brantley.

Edward Brantley, Edward Brantley Jr. and Phillip Brantley signed a statement of loyality to the King of England on October 15, 1677.

Edward Brantley Sr., Edward, Jr. and Phillip all served in Bacons Rebellion in 1677.

Edward Sr. will was probated in 1688 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia.

In the name of God, Amen. The 30th day of March in the year of our Lord God 1688, I edward Brantley senior of the upper Parrish of the Isle of Wight County being sick and weak in body but of sound and perfect memory praise be to God for the same, and knowing the uncertainity of this life on earth and being desirious to see things in order do make this my last will and testament in manner and form following.... this is to say first principally I commend my soul to the almighty God, my creator assuredly believing that I shall own full pardon and free remission of all my sins and be saved by the precious death and merit of my blessed Savior and Redeamor Jesus Christ and my body to the earth from whence it was taken, to be buried in such decent and Christian maner as to my Executrix hereafter named shall be thought meek and convienient and as touching such worldly estate as the Lord in mercy hath lent me make my will and meaning is that the same shall be employed and bestowed as hereafter by this my will expresses in...first to revolk, denounce, frustrate and make void all wills by me formerly made and seal and appoint this my last will and testament.
I doth give devise and bequeath to my son Edward and his son James one hundred sixty and five acres of land where the said Edward now liveth,, to him and the heirs of the same bodies lawfully begotten that is to say the whole one hundred and sixty five acres of land unto my son Edward until his son James doth attain the age of one and twenty years and then it is my will James Brantley shall have one hundred acres of that land to him and the heirs of his body lawfully begotten: but if it should happen that he dye without heirs then it is my will that the next surviving child of my son Edward shall have it forever.

The other bequest is 200 acres to Phillip Brantley and his son Edward with 100 to each at Edward's arrival at 21, with all of the same conditions.

The other bequest is to John Brantley and his son John, 200 acres with same conditions as above.

I do bequeath unto John the son of my son John one feather bed with all apparatuses... and one black mare, two pewter dishes and two porringers. I do bequeath unto Edward Barntley the son of my son Phillip one bay mare with kin moriake (?) only it is my will and I do give the first mare foal that that mare shall bring unto James Brantley the son of Edward Brantley. I do give and bequeath a yoke of steers unto my three sons to be used jointly amongst them during the time the said heirs shall live and equally to be shared when they shall be killed.

I give unto my three sons: Edward, Phillip and John my Indian slave Peter to serve them two years apiece successively one after the other and when six years is expired I do give the Indian slave Peter unto my daughter Mary during her natural life and after her decease to her children if she shall leave any behind but if she die without increase then to return to my sons or their children to be equally divided amongst them: I do give ans bequeath to my sons eldest sons a two year old heifer apiece. I do give and bequeath the remainder of my personal estate after my debts and funeral expences unto my daughte Mary Brantley whom I do make the sole Exectrix of this my last will and testament in witness whereof I do hereunto put my hand andseal.

Signed sealed published and declared Edward Brantley
to be the last and testament of Edward Brantley His mark
inthe sight and presence of
John Whitstone
Ann A. White
William Evans

Proved in open court for the Isle of Wight County, January 9, 1688 by the oaths of John Whitstone, Ann White and William Evans to be the will of Edward Brantley...Test John Pitt  
Brantley, Edward (I0044)
 
190 Athelia Keziah likely not a daughter, but not sure where else to put her. One unattributed source states she was dau. of John Avent, so here she is. Mentioned in will of Col. Thomas Avent, so must be somehow related. Keziah (spelled various ways) was not an uncommon surname in Northampton & Halifax counties, NC, so possibly she was adopted.

The other 8 children named here are listed in "Sussex Co., VA, Guardian Accts (1754-), pp 26-27 as orphans of John Avent & gives their guardians.

Birthdates of children come from Albemarle Parish records.

Wife Margaret married Lewis Solomon after death of John Avent. 
Family F022
 
191 Avent, William J.
Born: Mar 1, 1843 Capt; Co. D, 15th MA Inf
Eupora, Webster, Choctaw County, MS
Enlisted: Apr 20, 1861
Eupora, MS Died: Oct 22, 1929 Discharged: Med. Discharge: 1865 Private Eupora, MS 
Avent, William J. (I1643)
 
192 b 1708-93 in Essex County, VA (according to a newspaper article from the time of his second marriage in 1792, he was born in 1707,); d. 1793, Chatham County, NC.); m. Sarah Bradford, b. 1692, d 1780. In the 1790 census of Chatham County, Simon Poe, Sr., is listed as having three slaves.

There are records of Simon Poe's connections with the establishment of Deep River Baptist Church on Haw River in North Carolina as early as 1764, which is the date the church was established. This was shortly after he left Caroline County, VA. Sarah, his first wife, may have been deceased by this time because she is not mentioned.

There is no record to show if she died before the family moved to North Carolina or afterward. No marker has been found. He died in Chatham County in 1793 and his will was probated. He had been married twice and his first wife, Sarah, was the mother of his children. He later married in 1792, a short time before his death, a widow named Rhoda Marsh (maiden name Flowers). The marriage notice was carried in the North Carolina Gazetteer. It recited that at the time of his marriage his age was 86 years. At the time of his death, he had 167 living descendants, including children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Simon Poe, Sr., in making his will, named Stephen Poe, the son of Simon Poe, Jr., as taking his father's part and that Urlys William Poe, the son of Stephen Poe, took Stephen Poe's part. Simon Poe, Sr. left several living children. Three of his children, two sons and a daughter, were deceased. William and James and his daughter Frances Poe, who married Robert Thompson, were given their respective parts while Simon Poe was living; and his living children and grandchildren received the remaining part of the estate at his death. Simon Poe, Sr. conveyed a slave to his widow Rhoda Flowers (Marsh).
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Title:
Abstracts of the Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Orange County : in the Province of North Carolina, September 1752 through August 1766 / comp. by Ruth Herndon Shields.

Author:
Shields, Ruth Herndon

Publisher:
Chapel Hill, N.C. : Shields, 1966

Collation:
183 p. :

Note:
Index.

Subject:
Orange Co., North Carolina - Court records

August 1761

Ordered that .... Simon Poe, Jr., Stephen Poe, James Poe*, ... do work on the road from Haw River to Roberson's Ford

* Almost certainly three sons of Simon Poe, Sr. James would be later known as Major James S. Poe. Stephen and Simon JR both died in 1773.


This William Poe must be Senior (see below) and must be the 'my son William' mentioned in the 1793 will of Simon Poe, SR. his son, William Poe Jr appears to have died shortly after this around 1800 and have left heir including James Cain Poe. A big question remains to the identity of the wife of William Poe, Sr as the William Poe who married Elizabeth Bray seems to be a different person.

Title:
Chatham County, North Carolina court minutes / Marilyn Poe Laird, Vivian Poe Jackson
Author:
Jackson, Vivian Poe.

26 May 1782*

Pg. 14A. The Following hands appointed to work on the Road under Richard Strawn (Viz.) Prettyman Berry, David Poe, John Gilliam, John Thomas, William Poe Jun'r, Hannah Poe's Negroes, Stephen Straughn, Stephen Neal, Stephen Herndon, Chrispan Straughan, William Poe, Sr, Robert Thompson and James Poe.

* This record pretty much associates members of Simon Sr's clan. William Poe Jr is designated here. Stephen Herndon evidently married Simon Poe's daughter Lucy at some point. Robert Thompson was Simon's daughter Frances' husband. Simon's daughter Mary married a Berry and most have concluded (as do I) that it was Prettyman Berry. Simon Poe, Jr's son David would be in his twenties here. And of course Richard Strawn would be married to Lucy Poe at this point. Hannah is Simon's son Stephen's widow.

Will:

Volume of Chatham County Records (File No. 22, 018) labeled "Deeds, Bills of Sale, Inventories of Estate and Wills, 1782-1794
States on page 146. Sales - Simon Poe, SR, page. 137, 1793 Inventory - Simon Poe

Vol.1 of Chatham Co. NC wills, file #22.018 pg.146

This is taken from a typewritten transcript of the will, photocopy provided, contained in the DAR application of Marilyn Poe Laird. I am accepting Mr. Lairds spelling corrections from the original with a few exceptions where the original is retained. One simply must look at the original script to decide spelling, and sometimes, the intent of the narrative.
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Last Will and Testament of Simon Poe. From Records - Chatham County, North Carolina.

In the Name of God, Amen: I, Simon Poe, of Chatham County, and State of North Carolina, being of sound and perfect mind and memory, Blessed be God, do this 9th day of April in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred ninety three, make and publish this my last will and testament, in manner and from following, that is to say:

FIRST. I give and bequeath to my well beloved wife, Rhoda Poe, one negro girle named Weney, one feather bed and furniture, pigs, one desk and three plates pewter, three knives and three forks, ten barrels of corn to be paid this fives day of next December, together with one hundred acres of land on Pigs Branch where on the said Rhoda Poe formerly lived on during her windowhood.

All the rest of my estate to be equally divided between these my children: Sary (Sarah) Herndon, Mary Barry (Berry), Jane Madsey (Massey) and one child’s part to be divided between Mary George and Lucy Straughn (Straughan), daughters of Lucy Straughn (Straughan), deceased. Stephen Poe, son of Simon Poe*; one other child’s part: Also William Poe, the son of Stephen Poe* one other child's part; my son William Poe and my son James Poe and daughter Frances Thompson having had their part of my estate already

And I hereby make and ordain my worthy friends Richard Straughn (Straughan), Robert Thompson (Thomson) and James Massey Executors of this my last will and testament.

In Witness I the said Simon Poe, have to this my last will and testament set my hand and seal the day and year above written.

His Mark 'X'
Simon Poe

Witness Present.
Elijah Foushee (Fooshee),
B.S. Manley

* This has to refer to Simon Poe (so-called the third). Simon Poe, JR died in 1773. His son Simon was bound to Simon Poe, SR. This explains why Stephen was singled out for a child’s part among others. I think that William Poe who received a child’s part is the son of Stephen Poe – the son of Captain Stephen Poe, who is believed to have been a son of Simon Poe, SR. Both Capt. Stephen and Simon Poe, JR died in 1773.



Chatham County, August 1793
The execution of this Will was duly proven in open court by the Oath of Basel Manley, one of the subscribing witnesses thereto and on motion ordered to be recorded whereupon Richard Straughan, Robert Thomson and James Massey, the executors named duly qualified. John Ramsey, Clk.
Recorded in the Clerks office in Book E, page 147 Simon Poe will Aug. 1793

 
Poe, Simon Sr. (I1020)
 
193 b. Haddington, East Lothian

knighted by John of England at Clerkenwell Priory in 1213 after spending time in England.
succeeded father 04 Dec 1214; crowned at Scone 06 Dec 1214.
Parents

William the Lion of Scotland and Ermengarde of Beaumont. (only son)

Marriage

m. Isabel of Althol, daughter of Henry III, Earl of Althol[1]They had two children, Dernell & Marjory of Scotland[2]

m.1 21 Jun 1221 York Minster Joan of England (d.1238). No Issue.[3]

m.2 15 May 1239 Marie de Coucy.

Mistresses

Sources

Royal Ancestry by Douglas Richardson Vol. III p. 584, and 590
? Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, Vol. IV, p. 587-588.
? Douglas Richardson, Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd Edition, Vol. II, p. 290-292.
? Alexander was 23. Joan was almost 11.Joan died at Havering-atte-Bower, and was buried at Tarrant Crawford Abbey in Dorset.
Heraldy - THE ROYALTY OF SCOTLAND
Medren-Scotland - Alexander Dunkeld
Undiscovered Scotland - The House of Dunkeld
New World Encyclopedia - Alexander 111 of Scotland 
Dunkeld, Alexander II King of Scotland (I4640)
 
194 b. January 12, 1742/43 in Albemarle Parish, Surrey/Sussex Co., VA, d. 5 November, 1795, Sussex Co., VA. m. Rebecca
Will of Thomas Avent
Wife Rebecca whole estate until son Thomas is 21 yrs. Land to be divided between 3 sons when Thomas is of age: John, William, Thomas if either of sons die before coming of lawful age others to have land in lawful division.
Children: John, William, Thomas, Angelina, Elizabeth, Polly, Rebeccah, Ruranna Avent.
Brother Benjamin Avent and brother in law John Jones executors Feb 12, 1785.
Proven Sussex County 1795 Nov 6
John Avent qualified to administer Dec 3, 1795
 
Avent, Thomas (I0108)
 
195 Bank Officer Avent, John Edward (I1793)
 
196 Baptist Minister, Siler City. Listed in 'A Roll of Captain Isaiah Hogans Company at a Muster September 19th 1772' from 'Chatham Regimental Return made 23rd Sept. 1772'.

Will of Jesse Buckner

I, Jesse Buckner, of the county and state aforesaid being in a low state of body but of perfect mind and memory to make the following to be my Last Will and Testament. That is first I resign my Soul to God who gave it, and my Body to be decently interred in Christian Burial, and as to my worldly estate I dispose of in the following manner, to wit,

I give unto my daughter Aquilla West a Negro girl name Cinda to her and her heirs forever.

I give unto my son Jesse Buckner a Negro man named Peter to him and his heirs forever.

I give unto my daughter Sarah Jones a Negro girl named Prissy to be her property for lifetime then to be equally divided between her daughters Fably Austin and Fanny Johnson to them and their heirs forever.

I give unto my daughter Peggy West sixty dollars to be paid out of my estate by my executors.

I give to my Grand-daughter Susannah Buckner one hundred dollars to be paid as above named.

I also, give ten dollars to be equally divided between the hairs of my son Nathaniel Buckner dec’d, Susannah excepted as to her part of the ten dollars.

I also give unto my son Martha Johnson (probably means daughter) one side board together with the contents attached to it.

I also give unto Nancy Hogan one hundred dollars to be paid out of my estate by my executors.

I also give unto my son John Buckner a certain tract of land wherever he now lives together with another small tract adjoining the same containing one hundred and eighty acres in all to him and heirs forever.

I also give unto Wesley Buckner son of Jesse Buckner and Buckner Johnson son of Jesse Johnson my tract of land wherever I now live to be equally divided between them at my decease.

I also give to Nancy Hogen two chests, one walnut and one pine chest which is now in my house. I also give unto the heirs of my son Elisha dec’d five dollars to be equally divided between them, to be paid out of my estate.

I also give unto my son William Buckner five dollars to be paid as above, I also give unto Riche Buckner my son five dollars to be paid as above named.

I also give unto my son Edward Buckner five dollars to paid as above named.

I also give unto my son Edward Buckner five dollars to be paid as above named:

I also give unto the heirs of my daughter Polly Street decd five dollars to be equally divided between them to be paid out of my estate as above. I also give unto my grand son Samuel Jones sixty dollars to be paid out of my estate.

The balance of my estate after paying all my just debts to be divided in the following many, viz, to my daughter Peggy West sixty dollars to her and her heirs, and also to my daughter Aquilla West I give sixty dollars to her and her heirs in addition to what was before mentioned.

I also give to my son Richd Buckner sixty dollars in addition to what was before given the balance of my estate if any to be equally divided between my three youngest children., John Buckner, Jesse Buckner and Martha Johnson and I do ordain and appoint Jesse Buckner and Jesse Johnson my whole and sole executors. In witness where I have set my hand and seal the twenty sixth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty six.

Signed and delivered in the presents of witness Jesse Buckner (seal)
Absolom Rogers

Proved May Sessions 1826

Recorded in Book B, pgs 122-123 in Chatham County Courthouse, Pittsboro, NC
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THIS INDENTURE made this ninth day of August one Thousand Seven hundred and Eighty five between Jesse Buckner of the County of Chatham in North
Carolina, planter, of one part & Isham Thrift of the County & State aforesaid

. . . Jesse Buckner for and in consideration of the sum of Two hundred pound to him in hand paid by Sd Isham Thrift

. . . sell alian (assign?) releast and confirm
. . . Track or parcel of land containing six hundred and forty acres lying and being in the said County of Chatham the Northside of Haw River bounded...

. . . stake formerly Isaac Hollinsworth line and
running east along Powells line to a poplar on the Bank of Wilkersons creek [etc. no additional names mentioned] to the first station

. . . said Jesse Buckner and his wife have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and date above written
Jesse Buckner
(SEAL)
Martha x Buckner
(SEAL)
Signed, sealed and delivered in the presents of US W. Douglass Chatham County Nov. Term 1785. This deed was duly acknowledged in Open Court & ordered to be registered. Test John Ramsey C>C> Recorded in Book D, at Page 39, Chatham County Registry.
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In 1793 the church at Forks of the Yadkin in Rowan County was reconstituted with 45 members under the care of Jesse Buckner, a licentiate [he had been licensed to preach but was not yet ordained] from the Haw River Baptist Church, and joined the Sandy Creek [Baptist] Association. - Haw River Baptist Church was in Chatham County and had 320 members in the late 1790's. The pastor there was [Elder] Elnathan Davis [see bio Pickens Co. SC] and it was "much the srongest church in the Association, still under the care of Elder Elnathan Davis, who had as his assistants the licentiates Thomas Brown, Jesse Buckner, Thomas Cate, Solomon Smith, Isaac Hailes, ____ Ray, and William Weatherspoon" (Paschal, p. 40 7).

From 'mpchapter.org' (DAR):
Not all our revolutionary ancestors bore arms. Consider the case of Jesse Buckner. He was born circa 1740 in Virginia and served his country in the Revolutionary War as a Civil Patriot by giving money to the cause. Jesse owned a large plantation and was a Baptist minister for more than 40 years. He died in March 1826 in Chatham County, NC, near Siler City and is buried on the land of his plantation. His second wife was Mary Martha Pyle. They were the parents of 13 children. Jesse Buckner's great grandfather was John Buckner who came to Virginia in 1661 from Oxford, England. He brought the first printing press to the Colonies in 1682.

from http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilclark/misc/bucknr-f.htm: The Buckners of Crawford County trace their unbroken line back to Jesse Buckner of Chatham County, NC. He was one of seven brothers, who migrated from Virginia and settled in the western part of this State. He found life too wild and bloody, so he left the western region and settled near Siler City, Chatham County, about 1780. A history of the Early Baptists in North Carolina, tells of his aid in establishing the Baptist Church in that state. It is recorded that he preached on the Haw River Circuit in 1790 and in
1793 he helped to establish a church in Rowan County at the forks of the Yadkin. Jesse Buckner was married to Mary Pyle, they had seven sons and five daughters.

William Nuthead sponsored by John Buckner, set up in Gloucester County a press (the second to be established in America) and in 1682 printed two sheets of the Acts of the Virginia Assembly. Though Berkeley had been recalled to England, a spirit of intolerance toward 'liberty of presses' persisted. Buckner was summoned for this printing of the Laws, and Charles II ordered in 1683 that no person use any press in the colony.

Massachusetts had set up a printing press in 1639, but it was 1704 before any newspaper was regularly published in the colonies and 1763 before a daily paper appeared regularly.

Re. "Marlfield", Gloucester Co., Va.
Marlfield in upper Gloucester Co., Va. was built by John Buckner. It was there that he housed the first printing press in America. John Buckner was Clerk of Gloucester Co. and angered Virginia's governor, Lord Culpepper, for printing the Laws of 1680 without a license. He was fined in 1682 for this.

Marlfield had a center hall with a room on either side on one end and 2 rooms above then on a second story. The brick house had a total of 4 rooms and two long halls. In 1779/80 the house was owned by Catseby Jones who added a wing, making the building T shaped.

John Buckner, Gent., the ancestor of a numerous family in the United States, patented 1,000 acres of land in Gloucester County in 1669, and became a merchant with wide connections in Maryland and Virginia.
Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 1:406, and William and Mary College Quarterly, 7: 9, 10 and 11.

in the year 1682, during the administration of Lord Culpeper, Mr. John Buckner,
a merchant of Gloucester County, brought in a press and a printer and set
up at Jamestown the second printing establishment of English America.
Begun auspiciously enough, what seems to have been the first venture of
this partnership met with such ill favor from the authorities as to discour-
age further attempts at printing in Virginia for many years. The action of
the Virginia Council on hearing that Buckner's press was preparing to issue
certain session laws is told in the following .record:3

Att a Councell held att James Citty February 21: 1682/3. .....
Mr. John Buckner being by his Excellency Thomas Lord Culpeper ordered to appear

1 Hening, W. W., Statutes at Large ...of Virginia, 2: 517.

 
Buckner, Jesse (I0995)
 
197 Baron of Powis, Montgomery, Wales Herbert, Edward (I2725)
 
198 bdate from Brooks & Kindred Families, Kellam

JOHN BURNS JR, b. Abt. 1768; m. MARY BRANTLEY, 30 Jan 1792.

Notes for JOHN BURNS JR:

Chatham County: John Burns Will Recorded
Book C North Carolina Pages 230. 231, 232

In the name of God Amen. I, John Burns, of the County of Chatham and State of North Carolina being of sound mind and memory, praised be God for the same, and being desirous to settle my worldly affairs while I have strength and capacity so to do, and knowing the certainty of death and the uncertainty of life, do make and declare this my Last Will and Testament.

First and principally, I commit my soul into the hands of my Creator who gave it and my body to the earth to be interred under the direction of my Executors hereinafter named suitable to the wishes of my relations and friends, and pay all funeral charges together with my just debts, however and to whomever owing out of the moneys that may first come into their hands as a part or parcel of my Estate.

Item, I give and devise to my beloved wife, Mary Burns, a part of the tract of land whereon I now live, as follows:--Beginning at the North East of the barn lot, running east to Alvis Burns Spring Branch, thence up the branch to the Spring, thence West to a Burch on the Creek near a general croping place, thence down the Creek to the River thence down the River to the Mouth of the branch at the Gland thence up that branch to the finck, thence North to Alex Burns Spring branch where the line from the barn strikes the branch then East to Wm. Burns line and with his line to the pine at the Hill field, thence West to a corner in Wm. Burns line, thence South to the line running East from the Spring branch. - I also give and bequeath to my beloved wife my road wagon and gun, two choice horses, two negro men, one by the name of King, the other by the name of Tom, one negro woman by the name of Lucy and her child, Frank. - Two beds and furniture, two Cows and Calves, two sows and pigs, ten head of sheep, and all the domestic fowls and poultry, and a sufficiency of provisions for herself and family for one year and at the death of my wife my Will is that the property given to her be equally divided amongst my now living children share and share alike to wit. -Henry C. Burns, W. T. Burns, Caroline White, wife of William White, Winney Tiny, wife of Wesley Tiny, Alvis Burns, J.B. Burns, Frances Burns, and Mary Makepeace wife of J. H. Makepeace.

Item, I give and bequeath to my son, Henry C. Burns, one horse, bridle, and saddle, one bed and furniture which he has received.

Item, I give and bequeath to my son, William T. Burns, One Horse, bridle and saddle, one bed and furniture which he has received.

Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter, Caroline White, wife of William White one horse, bridle and saddle, one bed and furniture, which she has received.

Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter, Winney Tiny, wife of Wesley Tiny, one horse, bridle and saddle, one bed and furniture which she has received.

Item, I give and bequeath to my son, Alvis Burns, one horse, bridle and saddle, one bed and furniture, which he has received.

Item, I give and bequeath to my son, J. B. Burns, one horse bridle, and saddle which he has received and he is to receive from my Estate one bed and furniture.

Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter, Frances Burns, one horse, bridle and saddle, one cow and calf, one sow and pigs, one bed and furniture, all of which she is to receive from my Estate.

Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter, Mary Makepeace, wife of G. H. Makepeace in addition to what she has already received, a horse worth fifty dollars.

Item, I give and bequeath to my Granddaughter, Martha Frances Burns, daughter of my departed son, Elisha Burns, two hundred dollars in Cash, to be paid by my Executors as soon as they can conveniently do so.

The residue of my Estate both real and personal not otherwise devised or bequeathed, my Will is that it be equally divided amongst my now living children before mentioned, share and share alike, with this exception my son, W. T. Burns is to account for Six hundred dollars for the hire of my Negro man, Adam, before he can come in for his equal share. -And my son, H. C. Burns is to account for Two hundred dollars for the hire of George before he can come in for is equal share.

My will and desire is that my Executors will not suffer any of my married Negroes to be separated, husband from wife or wife from husband if it can be prevented, unless something would take place that makes it necessary to do so.

In order to prevent law suits which might engender ill will amongst my children my will and desire is that if any of the children would contend that I have made advancements to some of the children by which some of them received more than others, let it be so, for I have desired in making this my Last Will and Testament to do the best I could for all of my children under all the existing circumstances.

It is further my will and desire that my children have no lawsuits with one another.

And lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my beloved sons: Henry C. Burns, William T. Burns, Alvis Burns and J. B. Burns, my lawful Executors to all intents and purposes to execute this my Last Will and Testament according to the true intent and meaning of the same, and every part and former thing hereby making and declaring utterly void all other Wills and Testaments by me heretofore made.

In witness whereof I, the said John Burns, to hereunto set my hand and seal this, the 23rd day of July, A.D. 1848.

Signed sealed published and declared by the John Burns said John Burns to be his Last Will and Testament in presence of us who at his request, in his presence and in the presence of each other do subscribe our names as witnesses.

 
Burns, John Edward (I0039)
 
199 Benjamin AVANT was born on 6 Oct 1800 in North Carolina. He died on 15 Jan 1875. He married Margaret "Peggy" FITE on 27 Jan 1823.

Margaret "Peggy" FITE was born on 15 Jun 1805 in Alexandria, Dekalb Co., Tennessee. She died on 14 Aug 1891 in Cheapside, Texas. She was buried in Aug 1891 in Wrightsboro Cem., Wrightsboro, Gonzales Co., Texas. She married Benjamin AVANT on 27 Jan 1823.

They had the following children:
M i William Carroll AVANT
F ii Elizabeth AVANT
F iii Nancy AVANT
F iv Polly Saline AVANT
M v Abner AVANT
F vi Martha Ann AVANT
M vii Nathan AVANT
M viii Pleasant AVANT
M ix James Monroe AVANT
F x Sarah Ann Malissa AVANT 
Family F895
 
200 Benjamin moved to Lafayette, Oxford, Ms.by 1840
John moved to Choctaw Co. Ms. by 1840
William moved to Dawson, Terrell, Ga. after 1840

marriage source:
Title: Putnam County, Georgia Marriage Records: 1808-1850
Abbrev: Putnam County, GA Marriages
Publication: Francis T. Ingmire, St. Louis, Missouri, 1985


Does anyone know where Drewery (Drowery) Avent came from and went to? I am trying to find the Parents of my John W. Avent who is first found in 1840 Talbot Co. Ga. born 1811
and according to later census records-NC.
(In 1820 Ga, we have only the Ransome Avent bunch)
(Washington Co. Ga)

Abbrev: 1830 U.S. Census of Talbot Co, GAJohn AVENT - he
Title: 1830 U.S. Census of Talbot Co, GA
John AVENT - head of household
1m 10-15 (Henry)?
1m 40-50 (John)?
1f <5 (Caroline M.)?
1f 5-10
2f 10-15
1f 30-40 (Mary)?

Abbrev: 1830 U.S.Census of Choctaw Co, MSAvant, John b
Title: 1830 U.S.Census of Choctaw Co, MS
Avant, John b 1785 SC
Mary 1795 NC (wife)
Henry C. 1820 GA (son)
Caroline M. 1825 GA (daughter)
John J. 1830 GA (son)
Mary 1836 GA (daughter)
1840 Census of Choctaw Co, MS
Avant, John - head of household
1m 50-60 yrs (John)
1f 40-50 (Mary)
1m 10-15
1f <5

Abbrev: 1850 U.S. Census of Choctaw Co, MSJohn Avant age
Title: 1850 U.S. Census of Choctaw Co, MS
John Avant age 65 b SC (Farmer) father-SC, mother-NC
Mary 55 b NC (wife)
Mary 14 b GA (daughter)

1860 U.S. Census of Choctaw Co, MS
Mary Avant 65 b NCc

Abbrev: SAMMY, JOEY, DANIELLE, AND RICKIES ANCESTORS
Title: GEDCOM file imported on 22 Nov 1998.
Author: R. A. FERGUSON

Children
Female AVANT b: BET 1815 AND 1820 in GA (near Atlanta)
Henry C. Captain AVENT\ AVANT b: 1820 in GA (near Atlanta)
Caroline M. J. AVANT b: 1823/24 in Talbot Co, GA
Female AVANT b: BET 1825 AND 1830 in GA (near Atlanta)
John J. AVANT b: 1830 in GA (near Atlanta)
Mary AVANT b: 1834 in GA (near Atlanta)

Talbot Deed Bk C
pg 508
2 Nov 1834
Peter F. Mahone to William H. Nixon
$250 1st Dis LL18
known as Lockhart Fraction 56 acres
Wit: John N. Turner, John Avent, S. Strickland, JP
Recorded 7 Oct 1835 - Frederick A. Bailey, Ck

Notes on John:
1813 Tax List Putnam Co Ga.
Putnam Pulaski
1815- Oct 19 Georgia Pioneers Publication issue May 1985 Vol. 22 #2 pg. 52
Putnam Co. Ga. marriages show: John Averst and m Polly Burt 19 Oct 1815 .. from Bobbie Day Shehling to Barbara Goodson on internet BEG@tntech.edu
1820 Jones 139 Clinton 1827 Jones Drew land 1830 Talbot.
Another death place Choctaw Co MS ...
1827- Aug. 1 John Burt son of John dec'd Al.-Guardian
1827- Nov. 11 John witnessed deed
1830- Talbot Census
W/ Male 10-15 (1815-20)
He was 40/50 (1780-90)
Female 10-15 (1815-20_
Female 30-40 (1790-1800)
1830-Mar. 6 Talbot Deed to Joseph L. David $1500 Lot 65
Originally 23rd Dist. Muscoogee. Recorded 9 years later
1-22-1839
1840 Choctaw Co. Ms. he was born 1780/90 f 1790/1800 m 1825/30 f 1830/5
1850 same born 1785 SC Mary b 1795 NC Mary b 1836 Ga.
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Avents in 1830 Talbot Co., GA census
Avent, William
Avent, (Averett) Benjamin
Avent, John 0010001 112001 9
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JONES COUNTY, GA - TAXLISTS Alphabetical
1816 Tax List Alphabetical
CAPT. HANSFORD'S DISTRICT #305
Avent, John


War of 1812 roster:
AVENT JOHN Thomas' GA Militia Reg't 2 PRIVATE PRIVATE 7 
Avent, John (I1572)
 

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