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101 (Research):Cincinnati daily press. (Cincinnati [Ohio]), January 24, 1862
Silas Hurin, Esq. One of the first settlers of Lebanon, 0, died last Sabbath morning,
aged about 80 years. Mr. Hurin lived all his life a consistent Christian, and was, from
the time the town of Lebanon was laid out, till advanced in life, prominent in the
ad ministration of its affairs. He leaves a large family of children, grandchildren and
great grandchildren to mourn their loss. 
Hurin, Silas (I129645)
 
102 (Research):Close Rolls, Edward II: October 1322', Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward II: volume 3: 1318-1323 (1895), pp. 680-683. Oct. 30th, 1322 York. Richard son of Richard de Riboef of Stretton acknowledges that he owes to Robert Ingram of Notingham 10l.; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Derby. (This may be significant, since it could tie our Ingrams of Staffordshire to Nottingham/Derby)

Close Rolls, Edward III: September 1330', Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: volume 2: 1330-1333, pp. 152-157. Sept. 12, 1330. Nottingham. Robert Pynzoun of Erthburgh acknowledges that he owes to Alan son of William Ingram of Burgh and John, Alan's son, 40l.; to be levied, in default of payment, of his lands and chattels in co. Leicester.


12 Dec. 11 Hen. VII. (1495)
These documents are held at Nottinghamshire Archives
Language: English and Latin
Contents:
Bond.
1) John Kyng.
Rob. Cave.
Hen. Cave. (of Tickhill, weavers).
2) Sir Thos. Fitzwilliam, kt.
£10; for H. Cave to keep peace towards Matthew Ingram, draper, till Christmas, and then to appear before (2).


484/411 12 May 1707
These documents are held at Shropshire Archives
Former reference: Marked 1
Contents:
Robert Ingram of Glynhafren esq and Richard Ingram gent his eldest son TO
John Benbowe of Aberhavesp gent
Consideration 5s
Lease for 6 months of a capital messuage and demesne land called Glyhafren (Robert Ingram), messuage called Bryntaile (Richard Jerman), messuage called Gifron
(Richard Wilson), messuage called the Old Hall (Humphrey Mills), messuage called Doll Rhyd y bont (Robert Ingram) watercornmill (Robert Ingram) messuage and land called Gwestyn (Edward Lewis) messuage and land called Brithdyr bach (Lewis Morgan) messuage and land called Velindref (Richard John Edwards) all in the parish of Llanidloes; messuage or burgage (Lewis Davies) messuage or burgage (Matthew Williams) burgage (Edward Lewis) parcel land called Coyd Heere (Robert Ingram) all in the town of Llanidloes; messuage and land (Alice George) messuage and land called Llwyn (Robert Ingram) messuage and land (John Thomas) messuage and land (David Richard) messuage and land (William Jenkin) messuage and land (Evan Morgan) messuage and land (John Lewis) messuage and land (Richard David Lewis) now Robert Ingram) all in the parish of Llandynam (John Mills)
Signatures of Robert Ingram and Richard Ingram
Witnesses: Richard Fleming, James Baxter.

Records of the Borough of Nottingham (1414-1416) (page 404)
XIII-1415-1416, Marc 16. Lease of 68 years from Thomas Ingram, of Nottingham, chaplain, to Robert, son of William de Stapilton, of Nottingam, corviser, of a built messuage in the Wykeday Market, near the King's highway leading from the Flesschewergate to the Middle Pavement ('in Medium Pavimentum') on the south, between the land formerly owned by Richard de Northfolk or Andrew Lotrell' on the north, and the land formerly owned by Isabella, wife of John de Grantham, on the south, and the said messuage extends in length from the King's highway on the west to the subterranean solarium that John Jolyvet holds of the said Thomas Ingram on the east. Witnesses: Thomas Kay, Mayor, John Plumptre and Ralph Preston, Bailiffs, John Tannesley, Robert Glade.


(fn. 7) John de Cave of Nott. 10 E. 3. held in Carleton by Geding seven mess. and seven bovats of land of Hugh Bardolf, and his ancestors. (fn. 8) Roger de Pilley held then in Gedling one mess and one bovat of Adam de Everingham of Larton. (fn. 9) Richard Ingram held of him a mess. and four bovats in Gedling; and so did Thomas de Whatton of Stoke Bardolf, (fn. 10) hold one mess. and six bovats of the said Adam. 
Ingram, John (I125265)
 
103 (Research):Daily evening bulletin; Maysville Kentucky, August 17, 1885:
Miss Charity Sentney, of Ripley, died at Greenup, Ky., on Friday. 
Senteney, Charity A. (I129921)
 
104 (Research):Daily public ledger, Maysville, Kentucky, November 16, 1912:
Mrs. Thomas Senteney of Birmingham, Al., is visiting her mother, Mrs. R. P. D. Thompson
of Eastt Second street. 
Lloyd, Clementine "Clemmie" Ida (I129958)
 
105 (Research):Daily public ledger; Maysville, Kentucky, July 01, 1910:
Mrs. Elizabeth Bowman, widow of P. P. Bowman, has been granted a pension
of $12 per month. 
Senteney, Elizabeth A. (I129920)
 
106 (Research):Daily public ledger; Maysville, Kentucky, July 21, 1906:
A SAD AFFAIR
Lloyd Senteney Drowned While Bathing in Eagle Creek
Lloyd, the fourteen-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Senteney, was drowned
yesterday while In bathing in Eagle Creek in Brown county, 0. The little fellow bad been
on a visit to his grandparents in Brown county for a week past, and yesterday he left the
house and went to the creek, not telling anyone where he intended going. When the
dinner hour came and he did not arrive a search was made and his clothes were
discovered on the bank of the creek. About an hour afterward his body was found in the
creek. His parents were Immediately notified here, and left for the scene of the accident.
The remains were brought here this morning and the funeral will occur Monday.


Daily public ledger; Maysville, Kentucky, July 24, 1906:
Messrs. Ernest and Robert Housh of Indianapolis, Mrs. Sarah Senteney
and Mrs. George Wiles of Brown county, 0., were here Sunday to attend
the funeral of Master Lloyd Senteney. 
Senteney, Lloyd J. (I129960)
 
107 (Research):Daily public ledger; Maysville, Kentucky, May 12, 1910:
Patrick P. Bowman, a brother of Dr. William Bowman of Vanceburg, died this past
week at his home, at Ripley, aged 66. 
Bowman, Patrick Polk (I129939)
 
108 (Research):Death certificate listed her maiden name as O'Reilly and she had re-married to
William Tomlinson after the death of first husband. Name is also listed as
Tomilson. 
O'rielly, Margaret (I101180)
 
109 (Research):Death record incorrectly listed father as James Senteney; but correctly listed
mother as Sarah Dalton.

The evening bulletin, Maysville, Kentucky, May 23, 1895:
W. S. Senteney, who taught school in Mason County a few years ago, was among
the successful candidates who passed the Civil Service examination at Cincinnati
recently. Mr. Senteney was examined for the customs service.

The evening bulletin, Maysville, Kentucky, July 31, 1902
Messrs. W. S. and W. T. Senteney, of Ripley, who have been at Charleston, S.C,
the past year, are visiting their brother, Mr. T. H. Senteney, and family of the
West End. The former was connected with the Smithsonian institution and U.S.
National Museum Exhibits at the South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian
Exposition, which has recently come to a close. 
Senteney, Weldon Sherman "Welda" (I129954)
 
110 (Research):Death record states born Musquez, Coahuila, Mexico. Baptism
record listed Marin, Nuevo Leon, Mexico as birthplace. Family
lived in both areas.

Baptism record listed birthdate as 7 May 1882; and death record
stated 7 May 1881. Social Security death record listed 7 May
1882 as birthdate. 
Moreno, Eleodoro H. (I128496)
 
111 (Research):Died by a gun shot wound inflicted by Edward Robertson at Lone Star Ranch near Fort Huachuca, Arizona. West, John B. (I101183)
 
112 (Research):Died of Pnuemonia, according to Civil records; but Tuberculosis according
to Church records. 
Martinez, Maria Margarita (I106981)
 
113 (Research):Edward Ingram will of 1650:

In the name of god Amen I Edward Ingram of Penkridge in the Countie of Stafford, Publican being weake in body but of sound & perfect memorie make my last will & ?testament in ? forme ? following.
First I give and bequeath my sole to almighty god my maker ?? my saviour and redeemer and my body to be buryed in christian manner in the high churchyard of Penkridge and as for my ? all ? worldly goods ? bequeath as follow


Edward is listed in 1621 as a butcher by trade; aleseller and victualler. He was listed in May 1622 as
among the 25 Penkridge Alesellers who received a license to to sell. In January 1621/22 he takes the
oath at Teddesley Lodge, becoming a village headborough. Throughout the 1620's and 1630's he
becomes a well established citizen of Penkridge and a prosperous tradesman. He died in January of
1649/50, and his inventory is appraised at a little over 180 pounds. To compare that amound of
money in todays currency, in 2011 the relative comparison of his worth in todays dollars:
Economic status value of that income or wealth is £724,000.00
Economic power value of that income or wealth is £4,235,000.00 
Ingram, Edward (I108521)
 
114 (Research):Eusebio Lopez Martinez «tab»5 Mar 1913 «tab»Montrerrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico «tab»9 May 1944
May be a relation; and was naturalized in Oklahoma. 
Martinez, Maria Eulogia (I87391)
 
115 (Research):Father born Ohio, mother Illinois Lena (I96599)
 
116 (Research):Father may be Richard Pye of Stone, Staffordshire, England

Radulfo Pye family listed in 1379/1380 Staffordshire tax records in the Offelowe Hundred,
listed un Allerwas, Orgrave, Frodeleye, et Edynghale. Listed as a serviente (Servant).
Other Pye families noted living in Norfolk, England during the 1379-1381 timeframe.

Some Pye families went to Australia -
Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal 12 June 1858 (Saturday):
On the 11th instant, at his residence, Seymour Cottage, Bathurst, Thomas Pye, sen.,
late of Campbell's River, 82 years of age, leaving a large circle of friends to deplore
his loss.

A ancient Pye family dating back to a Thomas Pye, b. Abt 1370, of, Saddlebow, Much Dewchurch, Herefordshire, England may be connected to this Staffordshire family.

According to Charles Gordon Pye, the first Pyes of Herefordshire, England, may have been of Viking origin. They can be traced back in time, to Fitz Thorir Thobard (Herbert), a steersman in the fleet of Rolf the Ganger, who helped to defeat the French in 912. As a reward, Thobard was granted the Fiefdom of Maera in Normandy, and became known as the Sieur de la Mare (Lord of the sea). A Son or grandson, William Fitz Norman in turn served under his kinsman, William the Conqueror, at the Battle of Hastings, after which he was awarded the castle of Kilpeck in the former small Welsh Kingdom of Erging (Archenfield) near Much Dewchurch in Herefordshire.

William's son, Hugh (Pye) de Kopeck served in the first crusade (1095-1099). According to legend, he was captured and imprisoned by the Emir Mohammed Amiraud. He is said to have fallen in love with the latter's daughter, who soon became the mother of a girl named "Susan Pye"(b.1097), and arranged Hugh's escape from his captors. Susan Pye is said to have eventually married Gilbert Becket, who sired Thomas Becket (b.1117), the famous archbishop who was assassinated in Canterbury Cathedral in 1170. The story of Susan's romance (in which Susan perhaps is confused with her mother) is recorded in the old English ballad "Young Beckie". According to legend, in memory of his Saracen mother, Thomas Beckett is said to have had a gold scimitar hung over the high altar of Canterbury Cathedral It was Hugh de Kilpeck who had the present Church of St Mary and St. David built at Kilpeck following his deliverence from captivity and return from the Holy Land. 
Pye, Margaret (I35285)
 
117 (Research):Found Dearen families in Shropshire and Staffordshire Counties
of England. Not sure; but may be a research clue as to origin
of family outside of United States. 
Dearen, Richard (I44243)
 
118 (Research):Found in 1900 federal census for Eureka, Cheyenne County, Kansas

Found in 1910 federal censu for Lawrence, Cloud County, Kansas 
Davis, John Wesley (I127133)
 
119 (Research):From Farrer. EYC v.8(?) p. 279 The Bishop of Durham's Fee.
Gilbert Hansard had 6 car in Hornby and Irby, par. of West Rounton, and 2
car. between Hornby and Little Smeaton. The ninth carucate may have been
Blacktoft and Hook. Gilbert was enfeoffed of these tenements and of
Blacktoft and Hook by Hugh, bishop of Durham, as shown by the confirmation
to Gilbert, son of Gilbert Hansard by king John in 1199. In additon to his
fee in Durham the elder Gilbert obtained the town of Welbury from William
Ingram; the towns of High Worsall and Landmoth from William Vescy and John,
Constable of Chester; and in Lincolnshire he was enfeoffed of various
tenements by Adam de Montebegon, William de Vescy, the abbot of Thornton and
Hugh son of Pincun.

After their expulsion from Dublin in 902 AD, Vikings led by a chieftain named Ingimund landed along the north Wirral coastline between the lighthouse at Lingham (Old Norse lyng holmr), Meols (melr), West Kirby (kirkjubyr) and Thurstaston (Þórsteinns tún). They spread as far as south Chester and Mersey to populate South West Lancashire, where they met another large group of Vikings. Place names pointing to an area of intense Viking settlement played a major role in the study: for instance, Thingwall is a name of a Viking assembly, and the only two places with such name are in the North West, one in Liverpool and one in Wirral. Other Viking place names include Irby, Skelmersdale, Aighburth, Formby, Crosby, Toxteth and Croxteth. Even Tranmere (and, accordingly, Tranmere Rovers F. C.) is a Viking name: in Old Norse Trani-melr means Heron Sandbank. Then one had to select 100 volunteers who possessed a surname pointing to Viking links and whose male ancestors lived in the same area for as long as one could trace. To this end, the team of researchers used historical records that included tax lists dating to the time of Henry XIII, as well as a list of inhabitants who had promised to help pay for a priest in Ormskirk in 1366. 
Ingram, Adam (I126310)
 
120 (Research):Full name may be Peter fil Engerami de Dereb. Engerami, Peter (I133569)
 
121 (Research):Halifax. DB 16, p. 109.
Sep 10, 1793. James Williams of Lunenburg Co loans to his daughter, Frances Fisher, during her natural life, a Negro boy named Len.
Also Sep 10, 1793. James Williams gives Len to James Fisher, son of John Fisher and Frances, his wife, after the death of Frances. Witnesses on both documents were Ambrose Hunt, Reuben Hunt, and Peter Crews. 
Crews, John (I49253)
 
122 (Research):He died in Shepherdstown, Frederick County, Virginia since which has
become Jefferson County, West Virginia.

In 1732 Thomas Swearingen received patent for 57 acres called "Exchange" in Prince George's County, Maryland.

In 1734 Thomas and his wife Sarah sold the land left him by his fathers will of 68 acres called "The Forest".

In 1737 he patented 115 acres of "Fellfoot" in that portion of Prince George's Co. which became Fredrick County and later Washington County.

In February1744 Thomas and Sarah were in Orange County,Virginia when they sold 3 tracts called "Exchange" of 68 acres,"Hills Choice"of 100 acres and 30 acres part of "The Forest".

On 5 April 1748 Thomas bought 272 acres on the banks of the Potomac river west of Jones Mill Run in Fredrick County,Virginia.

On 6 May 1754 Thomas and Sarah Swearingen of Fredrick Co.,Virginia sold "Fellfoot" on Little Antietam Creek. 
Swearingen, Thomas (I122646)
 
123 (Research):He may be the son of Caspar Waldy and wife Euphronica who arrived in Philadelphia in August 1750 on the ship Saint Andrew. Welty, John (I101631)
 
124 (Research):Holme Pierrepont
Michaelmas 1623
Churchwardens present the following: Willm Hall, Peter Ellis and Frauncis Warde for working on the feast day of St Michael the Archangel; John Paneham of Bassingfeild [Bassingfield] in the parish of West Bridgford for setting his servants to lead hay on St James's day; Roger Barlowe for suffering his servants to work upon the same day; Willm Clarke of Cotgrave, John Ingram and John Greenham and Raphe Boye of Cotgrave for working the same day; John Walker's wife of Holme Pierrepont parish for raking after the cart the same day; Robte Herringe of the parish of Bridgford for sleeping in the church upon the Sabbath a fortnight ago; Robte Blatherwicke of Nottingham for making hay the same day.
Written twice down the left margin is 'emt in 6 Decemb:'. 
Ingram, John (I108527)
 
125 (Research):Hugh Warren's first born appears to be Richard Warren. The earliest known
immigrant tied back to VA or MD colonies is Richard Warren of Northampton
County, VA in about 1655. There may be a connection back to a Richard Warren
of New Haven, Connecticut; with known migration from New Haven, CT to
Northampton, VA. Also some immigrants have been traced from Northampton, VA
to Saint Mary's MD.

Thomas Greenfield1649,1650,1651, born 1648 in Carleton, Gelding Parish, Nottingham, England1652; died September 08, 1715 in Prince George, MD1652. He was the son of 452. Robert Greenfield and 453. Anne Bailey. He married 227. Martha Trueman Bet. 1674 - 1675 in Calvert Co., MD1652.

Martha Trueman1653,1654, born Abt. 1660 in Nottinghamshire,England1655,1656; died February 20, 1736/37 in Prince George's, MD (cremated)1657,1658. She was the daughter of 454. James Truman and 455. Anne Storer.


Possible Warrens (Warings) that were of Queen Ann Parish during the
timeframe when Hugh Warren was living there.

A Thomas Waring (b 1710, Calvert Co. MD) was in Prince George's County,
Maryland in 1742 when there were discussions of seating for Pews in Queen Ann
Parish. Thomas was the son of Basil Waring (b 1683 in Calvert Co., MD)
Basil Waring Jr. was the son of Basil Waring Sr (b 1650, Calvert Co., MD
Basil Waring Sr. was the son of Sampson Waring (b July 1616 in Shropshire,
England). Basil Waring Jr. died 1733 in Prince George's County, Md.

Samuel Warren, late of Prince George's County; otherwise called Samuel Warren
of Calvert County, Maryland. (Court Records between 1696-1699)
Samuel Warren, June 1693 in case of trespass John Fry against Samuel Warren.

Samuel Warren Sr and Samuel Warren Jr, planters of Prince George's County
To: William Cooke, planter of Prince George's Co for 2000 lbs. tobacco, a
parcel of land on the west side of the Patuxent River formerly in Calvert Co
sold by John Merth and Gissill, his wife, to Michael Farmer and lately recovered
by the lessee of Samuel Warrin in the provincial court from EDWARD TRUMAN;
in records of Calvert Co Court
/s/ Samuel Warren , Sr (mark and seal) Samuel Warren Jr (mark and seal)
Wit: Leonard Holyday, D. Dulany, Philip Lee, Jos. Belt
Deed acknowledged according to Act of Assembly; enrolled 9 Mar 1718

I believe this to be a separate family then the Basil Waring family, as both
Samuel Warren Jr. and Sr. are named. Samuel Waring of the Basil lineage
was born 1721 in Queen Anne's Parish, Prince Georges, Co., MD; after
the above record was entered.

Samuel Warren mentioned in the Will of Owen Ellis on 14 Aug 1745 in Prince
Georges's County, Maryland.

Jonathan Ellis mentioned in Samuel Warren's will on 27 Aug 1745 in Prince
George's County, Maryland. Named wife Rose, son Samuel, daughter
Elizabeth.


Hugh Warren was the executor of the will of Santelo Dyer. Santelo Dyer was
married to a Margaret Ryley, daughter of Samuel Ryley. Samuel Warren was
also living in this timeframe. Samuel Ryley was the son of Hugh Ryley.
Possible Clue to tracking Hugh Warren.

I believe there are many more records to pour over that may give
us some clues with regard to parentage of Hugh Warren and
related families. The path is appearing to be from Charles Co.,
to Calvert Co., to Prince George's Co., and on to Virginia.

Revisiting where we are in Prince George's County Maryland with
the various Warren families; kind of a synopsis where we are so
Far.

Hugh Warren was proven to be of Prince George's county by
Records in 1732. Hugh was familiar and associated with families
that were of Calvert, St. Mary's, and Charles counties.

We also know that Calvert County is where at least Samuel
Warren Sr. once lived based on land records in PG Co.

I found a few more land records that indicate more than just
Samuel Warren in Calvert county. I have included a few more
Record excerpts to examine. I am thinking that the Charles Co,
MD Warrens had ventured into Calvert County, hence these
families may be of the Charles Co., MD Lineage. A John Warren
keeps popping up as a clerk of Calvert County, MD. This John
Warren appears in some entries with the Barton family.

Also in one Samuel Warren record; Charles Town is mentioned.
Samuel weighed tobacco at this location. We also find John
Warren as a Calvert County, MD clerk mentioning land sales
There. Also a Henry Warren is mentioned in these PG CO,
MD land records that refer to Calvert Co, MD.

So now we have a John, Henry, and Samuel all mentioned
In PG Co. MD records; with some ties back to Calvert Co.
MD; associated with families of Charles Co. MD.

Land Records of PG 1702-09

Folio 98a - Indenture 14 Oct 1703
Thomas Brooke (PG) to Nicholas Sewell (SM)
862 acres of Land Brookefeild and Brooke Discovery
Land deal witnessed by John Warren and Joshua Cecil
Brooke wife was examined by William Barton

Folio 153a - Indenture 16 Oct 1706
Clement Brooke (PG) to Richard Masham (PG)
240 acres of Land "Orphant's Loss"
Land deal witnessed by John Warren, Edward Willett, and Archibald Edmundson

Folio 214a and Folio 215 - 10 March and 7 November 1707
John Warren, Clerk of Marlborough witnessed lots 33 and 58 sold

Folio 234 -31 Jan 1709
John Warren, Clerk witnessed lot 42 in Charles Town sold

Folio 256 -31 March 1709
Roger Brooke (PG) to John Brooke (CC)
100 acres
Land originally from William Barton to John Miller to Roger Brooke
Signed by John Warren, Calvert County Clerk

Folio 258 -31 March 1709
From Roger Brooke (PG) [Son of late Roger Brooke [CC]
Heir of late James Brooke another son of Roger Brooke
To James Mackall and Ann, his wife, daughter of the late Roger Brooke
200 acres
Land called Brookes Reserve and located on the West side of the Patuxent.
Signed by Henry Warren, Clerk 
Warren, Hugh (I28445)
 
126 (Research):in 1381 Penkridge records a Johanna Stalbrok vidua cotaria is listed. Stalbrucke, Roger (I55105)
 
127 (Research):In 1594, Francisco Martinez was sent to Zacatecas on order of the Audencia de Guadalajara to arrest brother of Francisco de Urdinola, Alonso de Leon and documents. The Urdinola's were accused of murdering the lover of his wife. The brothers were tipped off and Francisco fled. The brother was captured and put in jail.

Francisco Martinez Guajardo was commissioned with power of Judge to arrest Urdinola's brother, on 2 Nov 1594, including authorization to kill him if necessary.

The order also said to look for Capitans Urdiñola's papers and documents. He arrived at Sombrerete in 10 Nov 1594.

Note that in the original documents Francisco Martinez is referred to both as Martin and Martinez.

Read the full account in "Francisco de Urdinola" by Vito Alessio Robles (1931), 232 - 238 
Martinez, Jose Juan Francisco (I104038)
 
128 (Research):In 1786 John COMPTON and Barton LOVELACE were arrested in Halifax Co., VA on charges of stealing a horse from William ABBOTT. They were bound over for trial in Richmond. Compton, John (I38631)
 
129 (Research):In 1855 War of 1812 declaration, stated his age to be 62 (born abt 1797); and a resident of
Taylor County, Kentucky. Served under Captain Warner Elmore in the 9th regiment
of Kentucky Volunteers as a private. Another Taylor County, Kentucky declaration in
January of 1851 stated his age to be 57 years of age (born about 1794) and servied in
the 9th regiment of the Kentucky mounted Volunteers as a private.

In Mary Hutcheson's widows pension claim; it was stated that Richard Dearen
and Jane Craddock were married on 17 October 1820 and Jane Craddock died
on the 16th of April, 1834, aged 31 years and 23 days. This information was
ascertained through Green County, Kentucky county court record which stated
the info came from the old family bible. 
Dearen, Richard (I67707)
 
130 (Research):In the Name of God Amen I William Barton of Charles County in the Province of Maryland Gentl. being very Sick & Weak of body but of Sound & perfect Mind & Memory Praised be Almighty God for the same & Considering the frailty of humane Life & that all Must Yield when God by Death is pleased to Call doe make this My last Will & Testament in manner & forme following hereby Disannulling & makeing Voyd all former & other Will or Wills by Me heretofore Made.

Imprimis I Give My Soul to Almighty God Trusting & Relying upon the full Pardon Remission of my Sinns through Mercies and Intercessions of my Blessed Saviour & Redeemer Jesus Christ my Body I Committ to Earth to be buryed in Such Decent Manner as My Executor hereafter named Shall think most Convenient and as for what Worldly Estate God hath been pleased to bless me with I Dispose of the Same as Followeth.

Item I Give & bequeath unto my Grandson Barton Smoott My Negro Man Sam & do hereby Desire him to use him Kindly during his Natual Life knowing it was My Intent if the Laws would have permitted to have given him his freedome.

Item I Give & bequeath unto My Grand Daughter Rachell Stone the Wife of Matthew Stone the feather bed & furniture that I now Lye on.

Item I Give & Bequeath unto my Grand Daughter Anne Smoot two Cowes with Calves by theirs Sides to be Delivered after my Decease by My Executor.

I Give & Bequeath unto my Grand Daughter Mary Hungerford two Young Cowes or Yearling Heifers to be Delivered as afsd.

Item I Give & Bequeath unto My Grand Daughter Eliza. Philpott the Wife of Charles Philpott the feather bed & furniture belonging to the Same which is in the Great house Room to be delivered as afsd.

Item I Give & bequeath unto my Grand Son Barton Warren Two Young Cows or heifers of Two Years old also one full share of my present Crop of Tobacco.

Item I Give & Bequeath unto My Grand Son William Smoot one full share of my present Crop of Tobacco.

Item I Give & Bequeath unto my Grand Daughter Eliza: Neale the Wife of John Neale one Cow & Calfe & forty Ells of Linnen.

Item The full half of all the Remaining part of my Estate of what Nature Kind Soever it be or wheresoever the Same Shall or May be found I doe Give Bequeath unto My Daughter Margarett Miller & her three Youngest Children, the other halfe part I doe give bequeath unto Thomas Smoot & Barton Smoot the Two Sons of My Grand Son Barton Smoot.

Lastly I doe hereby Nominate Consitute Ordaine & Appoynt my Daughter Margarett Miller & my Grand Son Barton Smoot to be joyntly Executors of this my last Will & testament desiring them to doe & performe every article & Clause herein Contained. In Witness whereof I have hereunto Set My hand & affixed My Seale this 5th Day of September Anno Dom. 1717.

Signed Sealed Published Wm Barton
& Declared to be the last his mark
Will & Testament of Wm. Barton
in presence of his
Wm. Howard, John Jones Jno Willard
mark
The will was proved 22 Sep. 1717. 
Barton, William (I30361)
 
131 (Research):Joan Ingram in her will dated 1519 is said to have left small sums of money for the rood light and for the lights of St. Katherine, St. Christopher, St. John, St. Margaret, and St. Anne in the church of North Marston, in addition to 1lb. of wax for Master Shorne's light, and also for the sepulchre light, and 5 marks for the parish highways. (fn. 75) Footnote 75 - Lipscomb, op. cit. i, 348- 9, quoting Willis MS

With reference to North Marston Church: There are three brasses, one in the nave to John Ingram (Yngrame) (d. 1459), and two in the chancel to Richard Saunders (d. 1602), and Elizabeth his widow (d. 1615). There is also on the north wall of the chancel a curious tablet to John Virgin, minister of North Marston (d. 1694), with a hand pointing to his burial-place, and the words 'He lise just doune thare.' In the vestry are kept several books belonging to the church, Erasmus's Paraphrases, in three volumes, undated; Jewell's Sermons, 1609; Homilies, 1600; a Bible of 1603; and the Commentaries of D. Wolfgangus Musculus, 1578. There is also a chest in the vestry of early 16th-century date, with a shaped lock plate and iron straps. From: 'Parishes : North Marston', A History of the County of Buckingham: Volume 4 (1927), pp. 76-80.



Not sure, but may be a clue
William Huxley and Alice, his wife, and Joan, Margery, Anne, and Margaret Mercer, daughters of John Mercer. v. Richard Mercer.: Detention of deeds relating to messuages and land in Mitton [in Penkridge], Hiddislond, and Lapley, late of Roger Mercer, grandfather of the said John.: Stafford.
Covering dates «tab»1518-1529
Held by «tab»
The National Archives, Kew
Legal status «tab»Public Record(s) 
Joan (I111022)
 
132 (Research):John Rydleye, John Ingram, and Ralph Ingram. Next presentation to the parish church of St. Einanus the Bishop, with the chapel annexed called Tydwoll, Bangor dioc. Estamstede, 23 July [29 Hen. VIII.] 1537

Del. Olde Forde, 29 Aug. P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 15. From: 'Henry VIII: August 1537, 21-31', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 12 Part 2: June-December 1537 (1891), pp. 209-228. St. Einanus, Llanfaglan, in Wales>.

Llanfaglan (Llanvaglan) is about 90 miles from Staffordshire.

LLANVAGDALEN, or LLANVAGLAN (LLANVAGLAN), a parish in the hundred of ISGORVAI, county of CARNARVON, NORTH WALES, 2 1/2 miles (W. S. W.) from Carnarvon, containing 156 inhabitants. This parish, which derives its name from the dedication of its church to St. Baglan, is situated on the Menai strait, near its southern extremity, and comprises only a few farms and widely scattered dwellings. The living is a perpetual curacy, annexed to the vicarage of Llanwnda, in the archdeaconry and diocese of Bangor : the great tithes are appropriated to the Principal and Fellows of Jesus' College, Oxford. The church, situated in the centre of a large field, to which there is no public road, is an ancient edifice, consisting of a nave and chancel, with a spacious chapel on the north side : the eastern gable is ornamented with the remains of an ancient cross, curiously sculptured. The average annual expenditure for the support of the poor is £ 68. 13. ( A Topographical Dictionary of Wales by Samuel Lewis, 1833)

Anciently known as Bangor Vawr, situated in Carnarvonshire on the Menai Straits 
Ingram, John (I111008)
 
133 (Research):John Rydleye, John Ingram, and Ralph Ingram. Next presentation to the parish church of St. Einanus the Bishop, with the chapel annexed called Tydwoll, Bangor dioc. Estamstede, 23 July [29 Hen. VIII.] 1537

Del. Olde Forde, 29 Aug. P.S. Pat. p. 5, m. 15. From: 'Henry VIII: August 1537, 21-31', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 12 Part 2: June-December 1537 (1891), pp. 209-228. Einanus, Llanfaglan (Llanvaglan), in Wales.

Llanfaglan (Llanvaglan) is about 90 miles from Staffordshire. 
Ingram, Ralph (I111019)
 
134 (Research):Johnson County, Indiana Obituaries
Rachel L. Metcalf, 57, died Saturday at Todd-Aikens Health Center in Franklin. She was a resident of Whiteland, and had lived in Johnson County most of her Life. She was born March 7, 1938, in Green County, Ky. Her parents were Clyde Warren and Delta Jane (Burton) Warren. She married I William Walter Metcalf Jr. June 8, 1956. He preceded her in death July 16, 1985. Survivors include three sons, Christopher Metcalf of Whiteland, Clinton Metcalf of Southport, and Dean Metcalf of Indianapolis; two sisters, Ruby McGaha of Nineveh, and Rosetta Huber Rhude of Edinburgh; and a brother, Bobby Joe Warren of Orlando, Fla. She was a homemaker. She was a member of Edinburgh Separate Baptist Church. 
Warren, Rachel L. (I120649)
 
135 (Research):Johnson County, Indiana Obituaries
Warren, Clyde Location: M-F-11 Born: Jun 22, 1909 Died: Sep 15, 1975 Parents: William Warren & Lettie Robinson Spouse: Delta Jane Burton Married 11/2/1933 Children: Bobby Joe Warren, Ruby McGaha, Rosetta Huber, Rachel Metcalf 
Warren, Clyde (I120640)
 
136 (Research):Judah Gardner, a widow I presume as there is no male listed, in her 20s with two small daughters under the age of 10, living next door the them, next was William Brown, above 45, and then Elias Brown, in his 20s. This could have been her sister, father and brother. In 1830 I found Elias and William living in McNairy Co., Tenn., while Michael and Rebecca are living in Lawrence Co., Tenn. In 1840 Elias and William are still there, and Thomas Waldrip, son of Rebecca, is living close to them. Michael and died and Rebecca had moved to Tishimingo Co., Miss. with some of the other children. Some of the children were back in Wayne Co. They had never sold the land, which is great, because each child sold his or her part and gave us the names of the children.

The next time I found Elias he was in Overton Co., Tenn and was 62 years old, born N.C. . He was married to Susannah, 42, born Va. In the household was Lavica, 25, born Ky, Mary 22, born Ky, and Elizabeth, 20, born Ky. The rest of the children were born in Tenn. They were Thomas, 19, Aminta, 10, Sopha, 9, Hamilton, 6, Lafayette, 6, Alexander, 2, Martha,7, Matilda, 3, and Clender, 3/12. Due to the ages, it would seem to me that there was a second wife as she is 20 years younger, and there is a ten year differrence in the ages of Thomas and Amita. I also wonder about Lavica, Mary, and Elizabeth being born in Ky. Maybe he moved to Ky. after he moved to McNairy Co., and then back again, because that would have been the time he would have been in Ky.

In 1840, William Brown in between 70 an 80. In the 1850 Mortality Schedule for Linclon Co., Tenn. is listed a William Brown, who died in Dec. 1849 at the age of 90, born in Va.. Not sure if it is him but it sure fits. Also, in the Maury Co., Tenn., I found a William F. Brown marrying Jane Walker, June 11, 1817. On the 1840 census the census taker wrote in William Brown's middle name but I can not decipher it exactly, but it is Four--idea, or something like that, so I wonder if the William F. is him. That would have made him born in 1759. 
Brown, Rebecca Ann (I52967)
 
137 (Research):Kwikow is within the area of Malopolski, Brzesko, Poland and is located 32 miles east of
Krakow and Northwest of Tarnow by about 12 miles. The largest town next to it appears
to be Szczurowa and the closest parish appears to be Zaborow; which is located just to
the east of Kwikow. Small village currently only numbered at 233 people. 
Giza, Jan Pawel "John Paul" (I121844)
 
138 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I53337)
 
139 (Research):Last name also listed as Dunkan and Dunham. Jones, Lilly "Lillie" (I129935)
 
140 (Research):Ley may be a nickname. Middle name may be S. or W. Stead, Shirley "Ley" (I125681)
 
141 (Research):Listed as a Widow and using maiden name of Senteney in 1910 Brown County, Ohio
federal census. Listed as divorced on death record. 
Senteney, Indiana "India" (I129922)
 
142 (Research):Listed as aged 45 and upwards in 1335 inquistion in Nottingham. Ingram, Richard (I124746)
 
143 (Research):Listed as Lebald Huck in immigration records and immigrated to Allegheny
County, Pennsylvania in 1860.

HUCK, Leopold to Mar. Barbara Chalk-14 Nov 1876 
Huck, Leipold (I125977)
 
144 (Research):Listed in 1870 Harrison, Logan County, Ohio federal census as a farm
laborer working in the household of the Samuel and Elizabeth Miller family.

Last name may be Ketterman. 
Kettimon, Enoch (I123925)
 
145 (Research):Listed in 1880 Tombstone Village, Pima County federal census - single.
Listed in 1900 Tombstone, Cochise County federal census, married to Margaret.

Middle name may be Withers and family may have lived in Vanderburgh County, Indiana.
If so; father Samuel Tomlinson (born 1823 England) and mother Sarah Cook (Born 1827 England).
Sibilings Mary, Lucy, and Caroline. Found in 1850 federal census. 
Tomlinson, William Withers (I101184)
 
146 (Research):Listed in Adair County death records. Warren, William (I120638)
 
147 (Research):Listed in most records as Marta Lozano. Lozano, Maria Marta (I106949)
 
148 (Research):Little Wolverley was a hamlet in the parish in the 18th century (Nash, Hist. of Worcs. ii, 470). A property called the manor of Little Wolverley passed in 1598 from John Ingram to his son Hastings (Chan. Inq. p.m. [Ser. 2], cclii, 7). Ingram, John (I124565)
 
149 (Research):Lived 1942 in Colorado

Another researcher has Dot Beattie as the mother of Ellis B. Cornish 
Cornish, Ellis Beattie (I22451)
 
150 (Research):Living in Lima, Ohio in 1902 on 803 W. Market Street. Kettimon, Osa Phila (I126114)
 
151 (Research):Lockley - Reaney and Wilson, p. 282, s.n. Lockley, state that the name is a locative "from Lockleys in Welwyn (Herts)" and they list:

Peter de Lockelee, 1199-1200
Osbert de Lockeleg, 1226

Bardsley, 491, s.n. Lockley, gives the entry: "Local, 'of Lockerley' (?), a parish in co. Southampton, six miles from Ramsey." He gives:

John Lockley, 1549
Roger Lockley, 1580

Neither Mills nor Ekwall include Lockley as a header, although both list Lockerley.

Mills, p. 224, s.n. Lockerley, gives dates Locherlega to 1086.

Ekwall, p. 302, s.n. Lockerley, gives:

Locherlega,c Locherslei, Doomsday Book
Lokerlay, 1194
Lokerle, 1203 
Lockley, Roger (I5678)
 
152 (Research):MANORS

The manor of ANSLEY was held together with Hartshill by the Countess Godeva before the Conquest. In 1086 it was farmed with the rest of her estates by Nicholas. (fn. 11) It was said in 1482 to be held of the Prior of St. Mary's, Coventry, (fn. 12) and it descended with Hartshill (q.v.) to Sir Alexander Colepeper. (fn. 13)

Sir Thomas Colepeper, grandfather of Sir Alexander, had in 1410 enfeoffed Henry Ludford of pastures in Ansley containing 50 acres, to hold at a rent of 24s. 10d.; and Sir Alexander in 1505 gave to John Ludford, grandson of Henry, Ansteley Hay and Oxehay and the Hall grounds, amounting to another 140 acres. At John's death about 1532 he was holding 300 acres of Sir Alexander. (fn. 14) As the manor was entailed these grants gave rise to various controversies between the Colepepers and Ludfords. William Ludford, son and successor of John Ludford, claimed the manor of Ansley and was accused by Sir Alexander Colepeper of stealing a deed relating to the lease of Ansteley Hay and Oxehay from Sir Alexander's house in Kent. (fn. 15) This matter was settled by arbitration in 1535, (fn. 16) but further disagreements arose between Sir Alexander's son Thomas and Thomas Ludford, who had succeeded his father William in 1540. (fn. 17) This also was settled by arbitration in 1544, Ludford agreeing to pay rent for the Ansley lands to Colepeper. (fn. 18) Thomas Ludford died in 1556 holding land in Ansley. (fn. 19)

Thomas Colepeper's brother John sold the manor in 1551 to Robert and Edmund Wyeth of Loughborough, co. Leicester. (fn. 20) They sold it in 1562-3 to John Rampton of Atherston, (fn. 21) who with his wife Joyce conveyed it in 1567 to George Wyghtman of Elmesthorpe, co. Leicester. (fn. 22) Wyghtman mortgaged it in 1591-2 to William Glover, afterwards a knight and alderman of London. He obtained in 1601 from Thomas Wyghtman of Burbage, son and heir of George, a release of all his title in the manor, which passed to Sir Thomas Glover, son of Sir William. (fn. 23) Sir Thomas and his mother Anne sold it in 1608 to James Wightman of Brackman, co. Leicester, (fn. 24) and he with his son Thomas conveyed it in 1611 to Matthew Bates, (fn. 25) who with the Wightmans sold it to George son of Michael Ludford and grandson of Thomas named above. (fn. 26) George settled the estate in 1618 upon Sarah Warren, his intended wife, and died in 1627, leaving a son John not quite 3 years old. (fn. 27) John Ludford was buried at Ansley in 1675. He had several sons, but all died without issue. James, the longest survivor, died in 1699 at the age of 44, and under his will Ansley manor passed to his nephew Thomas Bracebridge, son of his sister Jane, on condition that he should take the name Ludford. (fn. 28) Thomas died leaving no children, and his brother Samuel Bracebridge succeeded to Ansley. He also took the name Ludford, and died in 1727. (fn. 29) His son John made conveyances of the manor in 1728 and in 1749, probably on his marriage with Juliana daughter of Sir Richard Newdigate, bart. (fn. 30)

Ludford. Azure a cheveron between three boars' heads razed or. 
Ludford, Arthur (I120599)
 
153 (Research):may be the Leonard Warren listed in 1940 Tulare, California census with
wife Bernice (Dunn) Warren.

If so was living in Fisher County, Texas in 1935. 
Warren, Leonard B. (I125638)
 
154 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I59032)
 
155 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I85224)
 
156 (Research):Maybe the John Athersich who was buried 12 September 1582 in Penkridge England. Haddersich, John "Johannes" "Huddersich" (I124798)
 
157 (Research):Mexico, Coahuila, Civil Registration, 1861-1998
Acuña Defunciones 1974-1985 Image 3057 of 3057 not found

Mexico, Coahuila, Civil Registration, 1861-1998
Acuña Defunciones 1977-1993 Image 97 of 97 not found

Mexico, Coahuila, Civil Registration, 1861-1998
Acuña Defunciones 1958-1973 Image 1800 of 3094




Looking for more children of Francisco Armando Martinez (born 1896)

Looking Mexico, Coahuila, Civil Registration, 1861-1998
Allende Nacimientos, matrimonios, defunciones 1929-1997
Going backwards and on Image 870 of 1262



Looked @1929 birth records. Found Francisco A. Martinez - Jun 1929 - Monterrey

Maybe late-mid 1930 (Check)

Looked @1931 birth records (Civil). Found Jesus Martinez Dec 1931 - Monterrey

Looking @1933 birth records (Civil). Found Alberto Martinez Jul 1933 - Monterrey

Looked @1935 birth records (Civil). Found Mario Martinez Jan 1935 - Monterrey born late 1934

Looked @1937 birth records (Civil). Found Martin Martinez Jun 1937 - Monterrey born late 1936

Looked @1938 birth records (Civil). Nothing Found

Looked @1939 birth records (Civil). Found Maria B. Martinez Mar 1939.
Also found 2nd Wife; Beatriz Trevino

Looked @1938-39 marriage records (Civil). Nothing Found

Looking @1940 birth records (Civil). Started Backwards 1221 to 385

Looked @1941 birth records (Civil). Nothing Found.

Looking @1942 birth records (Civil). Nothing Found.

Looking @1943 birth records (Civil). Nothing Found.

Looking @1944 birth records (Civil). Nothing Found

Looking @1945 birth records (Civil). Nothing Found

Looking @1946 birth records (Civil). On 50 of 1124

Looked @1947 birth records (Civil) Found Jorge Enrique Martinez bn Mar 1947.
Wife Manuela (Again) 
Martinez, Jose Francisco Armando (I34554)
 
158 (Research):Mexico, Coahuila, Civil Registration, 1861-1998
Sabinas Nacimientos 1922-1930
Image 9 of 764 - Index 1922 - Not Listed
Image 73 of 764 - Index 1922 - Not listed
Image 81 of 764 - Index 1923 - Not listed
Image 139 of 764 - Index 1924 - Not listed
Image 204 of 764 - Index 1924 - Not listed
Image 292 of 764 - Index 1925 - Not listed
Image 300 of 764 - Index 1926 - Not listed
Image 394 of 764 - Index 1927 - Not listed

Mexico, Coahuila, Civil Registration, 1861-1998
Sabinas Nacimientos 1924-1927
Image 159 of 541 - Index 1925 - Not Listed
Image 307 of 541 - Index 1926 - Not Listed
Image 396 of 541 - Index 1927- Not Listed 
Garcia, Diego Cruz (I133476)
 
159 (Research):Mexico, Coahuila, Civil Registration, Allende
Defunciones 1950-1990 Image 164 of 2960 
Moreno, Maria Margarita (I134101)
 
160 (Research):Mexico, Coahuila, Civil Registration, Allende
Defunciones 1950-1990 Image 215-216 of 2960 
Trevino, Daniel (I134099)
 
161 (Research):Mexico, Coahuila, Civil Registration, Allende
Defunciones 1950-1990 Image 528 of 2960 
Moreno, Jose Procopio (I128493)
 
162 (Research):Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration,
Monterrey Nacimientos 1935
Image 49 of 856

Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, 1859-1962
Searched for Manuela in Monterrey Nacimientos 1900 - No birth record found.

Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, 1859-1962
Searched for Manuela in Monterrey Nacimientos 1899 - No birth record found.

Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, 1859-1962
Searched for Manuela in Monterrey Nacimientos 1901 - 5 of 1364 
Gonzalez, Maria Manuela (I29477)
 
163 (Research):Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, 1859-1962
Monterrey
Defunciones 1901
On Image 25 of 798 
Gonzalez, Jose Teodocio (I128447)
 
164 (Research):Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, 1859-1962
Monterrey
Nacimientos 1900
lookin at Image 300 of 1017

Also know to have lived in Mexico, Coahuila, Civil Registration, 1861-1998
Town of Acuña 
Trevino, Maria Beatriz (I133534)
 
165 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I133555)
 
166 (Research):Mexico, Nuevo León, Civil Registration, Monterrey
Nacimientos 1931-1932 Image 434 of 1350 
Martinez, Jose Jesus (I133526)
 
167 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I133527)
 
168 (Research):Michael Waldrop - Served in Capt. A. McKinney's company, cavalry, Col. R. H. Dyer, Williamson Co., TN troops from 24 Sep 1813 to 18 May 1814. Waldrop, Richard Michael (I52979)
 
169 (Research):Middle initial of middle name from son Benjamin's marriage certificate. Senteney, Thomas A. (I129907)
 
170 (Research):Middle name from Alabama death record.

Police Officer in Maysville, Kentucky for a number of years.

Daily public ledger; Maysville, Kentucky, December 15, 1910:
HOW CAPTAIN SENTENEY LOST OUT
Ripley Bee.
Thomas Senteney, a Brown county boy, who
for the past eight years has been a Policeman
at Maysville, lost hls job at the election held
by Council of that city last week. Mr. Senteney
made a good officer and there was no charge
against him, but he had to make way for another
man who had more votes in the Council. 
Senteney, Thomas Henry (I129951)
 
171 (Research):Migrated to Cavalier County, North Dakota in 1885. Quigley, Etta (I123510)
 
172 (Research):Military: World War 2
Enlistment Date 1: «tab»20 Jul 1944
Release Date 1: «tab»28 Jul 1946 
Mullin, Kester O. (I103140)
 
173 (Research):Mother living with daughter Harriet Fulbright in 1880 federal census in Auglaize,
Laclede County, Missouri. 
Lamb, Harriet Clarica (I69307)
 
174 (Research):Mr. Henry Clay Senteney, an account of whose visit here was given some weeks since,
returned to his home at Des Moines, Iowa, stopping on the way at Louisiana, Mo., to visit
a sister-in-law, widow of Colonel Francis Senteney, who commanded the Second Missouri
Confederate Infantry and was killed during the siege ot Vicksburg. He met his death at night
while his Regiment was lying down, a chance bullet striking him in the eye and passing
through his head just as he was in the act of rising from his reclining posture. Mr. Henry
Senteney, who was a member of Colonel Boone's Twenty-eighth Kentucky Federal
Regiment, had the body disinterred sometime after the war and removed for burial at
his home. He had been burled on the field where he fell, and when he was removed his
uniform and boots, with spurs, were found in nearly a perfect condition. He was taken to
Louisiana, where he livied prior to the war and where Mrs. Senteney is yet residing at an
advanced age. 
Senteney, Henry Clay (I130017)
 
175 (Research):My mom Cristina was born in Monterrey in 1947. Her mom was Olivia Martinez whose parents were Francisco Armando Martinez and Manuela Gonzalez. Olivia and her husband Cruz Garcia moved to Lebanon Indiana when my mom was around 14 years old. My mom has never been back to Mexico since they moved here. She remembers her grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins but beyond that she has no recollection of other family members. She has kept in touch with one cousin but other than that, my sisters and I have had almost no connection to her side of the family. My mom is an only child and her mom died in 1981, her dad in 2000. They both died before I started having any interest in learning about family roots so unfortunately I never got to talk to them about family.
So before I found your tree online I actually had no idea of the identity of Francisco's parents.
I have attached the only 2 pictures I have of Francisco but they are both when he is older. I sure don't see the resemblance between him and Fred but Fred's picture is when he is younger.
My mom married a Lebanon Indiana native Philip Powell and they had three girls- I'm the middle one. I think working on her side of the family tree is especially difficult due to the language barrier. I took 3 years of Spanish in high school but am still very limited in speaking and reading the language. Also, I have never been to Mexico or met any of her relatives except for my grandparents and a couple of my Grandma Olivia's brothers and a sister who visited us when I was very young.
We found out recently that my mother was actually adopted. The identity of her genealogical father is unknown and we would love to get a birth certificate for her from Monterrey but have no idea how to go about it..... we don't even know if they would list the father on there! Her mother never told her about it and she only found out after her father died.
I'm very impressed with the records you have found! I wish I could be more help but looks like you have way more information than I have about the Martinez family.
I appreciate you sharing with me! It is nice to connect with someone from the Martinez family!
Have a great Thanksgiving!
Cindi Myers 
Garcia, Cristina Ludivina (I133493)
 
176 (Research):Name listed as Coffman/Caughman/Kaufman in various records. Coffman, Franklin Lafayette (I114143)
 
177 (Research):Name listed in records as both Kaufman/Coffman. Coffman, Franklin Lafayette (I107157)
 
178 (Research):NameJohn Browne Sr.
Birthbef 1670
Deathaft 1706 Age: 36
Land1670, Prince George's Co., MD Age: <1
Land MemoThorpland, possessed 25 acres, land surveyed for Richard Perry lying on the east side of the main branch of the DIviding Creek of the Patuxent River at a bound beech tree of the said branch
also--a child of Thomas Davis 45 a.
Thorpland northwest of Upper Marlboro along route 202--see Brock Hall on PG map
Thorpland, 900 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Perry, Richard 1671 Patent Record 16, p. 66 0 0 MSA S 1596-4267
Thorpland, 900 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Perry, Richard 1671 Patent Record 14, p. 305
Legal17 Dec 1683, Calvert County, Maryland Age: 13
Legal Memonamed in will of William Davis probated March 29 1684 (personalty), Davis, William, Calvert Co.,17th Dec., 1683;
29th Mch., 1684.
To John White, Eliza: White, John Browne, George Enos, Thomas James, and Edward Hazley, personalty.
Ex., Thos. Gant.
Test: Lambert Willmer, Jno. Evans, Henry Norman. 4. 25.
MARYLAND CALENDAR OF WILLS: Volume 1
to John Browne 1 horse Calvert County WIlls Liber 4, folio 25
Land24 Sep 1695, Prince George's Co., MD Age: 25
Land Memodeed of gift to Thomas Davice of Calvert Co. and wife Honnor, from John Browne of Calvert Co., planter
east part of tract Warmister as divided by a branch called Little Branch
Prince George's formed 1695 from Calvert and Charles
Land1701, Prince George's Co., MD Age: 31
Land MemoBrown's Chance in Patuxent Hundred, at the east end of Collington Branch beginning at a bound red oak of a tract called More's Plaines. Also adjoins a tract owned by John Lashley.
Browns Chance, 19 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Brown, John 1701 Patent Record DD 5, p. 65 Browns Chance, 19 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Brown, John 1701 Patent Record DD 5, p. 66 Browns Chance, 19 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Brown, John 1701 Patent Record DS F, p. 438
Legal1702-1708, Prince George's Co., MD Age: 32
Legal MemoPRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND
PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY COURT
LAND RECORDS
LIBER C
1702-1708
Page 13
Folio 181
Grantor: JOHN BROWNE, Sr., planter
Grantee: JOHN BROWNE, Jr.
Whereas John Browne, Jr. son of John, Sr. has at the request of his father for the payment of a debt become bound with his father to Peter Pagon, & Co., merchants of London for securing the payment of sums of tobacco and money which Browne, Sr. is in debt for. Now that John Browne, Sr. for the making of security for indemnification of Browne, Jr. and for the love that he has for his son mortgages all that piece or parcel of land called "Warmaster" along w/all dwelling houses, out houses, tobacco houses, barns, stables, gardens, yards, orchards, and fences, etc.
Witnesses: Peter Colliar
Land31 Jan 1706, Prince George's Co., MD Age: 36
Land Memosold tract Warmister on east side of Collington Branch bounded by land of Cap. Brock, to Griffeth Jones, Mary Browne, wife of John, examined
see Brock Hall on PG map
Land24 Mar 1706, Prince George's Co., MD Age: 36
Land Memogave a parcel of Warmaster to son John
Misc. Notes
Browne, John,Chas. Co.,2d Nov., 1666;
-- -- --
To wife Eliza:, 100 A. (unnamed).
To son John and brother Gerrard Browne, residue of lands jointly. In event of death of son before majority, brother Gerrard to inherit sd. son's share.
Overseers: Brother Gerrard afsd., Stephen Montague and Jno. Wheeler.
Test: Thos. Allanson, Edward Roberts. 1. 270.
MARYLAND CALENDAR OF WILLS: Volume 1

Broune, William,St. Mary's Co.,27th Feb., 1665;
26th July, 1666.
To son John and dau. Mary in equal portions, all personal property; also to said Mary, personalty given her by her godfather, John Thimbleby.
Overseers: John Warren and Edward Clarke.
Test: Peter Roberts, George Shaw. 1. 257.
MARYLAND CALENDAR OF WILLS: Volume 1

Hollyday, Thomas,Prince George's Co.,-- -- --;
20th Feb., 1703.
To son James and hrs., dwelling plantation, "Billingsley Point."
To dau. Margery and hrs., 500 A., "Holliday's Choice."
To son Leonard and hrs., residue of real estate.
To cous. William Holliday, to mother, Ann Skinner, brother and sister, Thomas and Martha Greenfield, personalty.
To child. afsd., residue of personalty.
Ex.: Thos. Greenfield.
Thos. Greenfield, Wm. Holliday, Robt. Skinner and Clarke Skinner, guardians of child. during minority.
Test: Jas. Stoddard, Robt. Owen, Wm. Greenup, Jno. Browne.
11. 279.
MARYLAND CALENDAR OF WILLS: Volume 3
VOLUME III.

Brown, Jno.,Prince George's Co.,9th Feb., 1714;
28th Apr., 1716.
To son Francis and dau. Mary Phippard, 1s. each.
To son Jacob, ex., and hrs., dwelling plantation bought of Jacob Stanley, "Stanleys Choice," and residue of entire estate. Should son Jacob die without issue, land to pass to grandson Jno. Phippard and hrs.; he failing issue, to granddau. Ursilla Phippard and hrs.; she failing issue, to grandson Wm. Phippard and hrs.; he failing issue, to pass to Ann (dau. of Owen Ellis) and hrs.; should she have no issue, to the hrs. of Owen; he failing issue, to parish of St. Paul's as Glebe Land.
Test: Owen Ellis, Wm. Jones, Jane Addams, Thos. Cockshutt (Rect. All Sts. Parish, Calv. Co.), Charles Somersett Smith, Jos. Hall. 14. 217.
MARYLAND CALENDAR OF WILLS: Volume 4

Charles County:
Drury Lane, 100 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Browne, John 1666 Patent Record 9, p. 439 0 0 MSA S 1587-1217
Drury Lane, 100 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Brown, Gerrard 1669 Patent Record 12, p. 229 0 0 MSA S 1587-1215
Drury Lane, 100 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Brown, Gerrard 1669 Patent Record 12, p. 444 0 0 MSA S 1587-1216
Merchant Taylor Hall, 150 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Brown, Gerard 1672 Patent Record 17, p. 249 0 0 MSA S 1587-2685
Merchant Taylor Hall, 150 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Brown, Gerard 1672 Patent Record 17, p. 272 0 0 MSA S 1587-2686
Fanning's Adventure, 100 Acres; Patent
Developer/Owner: Browne, John 1684 Patent Record IB and IL C, p. 136


Proceedings of the County Courts of Charles County 1666-1674:
At the
August, 1667, Charles County Court, a suit was filed by Thomas Alcocks against
John Robinson, administrator of the estate of John Lumbrozo, who was then
dead. The evidence shows that on November 16, 1665, the same day that his
case had been ordered sent up to the Provincial Court, Lumbrozo and Alcocks
referred their disputes to arbitration, and that they "chose us William Calvert
and Zachary Wade gent. to determine all business between them." Each liti-
gant bonded himself for 10,000 pounds of tobacco "to stand to our award",
concerning the differences between them, viz.: "for the sd Lumbrozo's having
in his custody severall of the sd Alcocks goods taken out of his house" when his
wife and child were murdered. Calvert and Wade awarded Alcocks 900 pounds
of tobacco, and the court ordered Lumbrozo's administrator to make payment
of this amount (pp. 92-93). At the same court two other suits for small debts
against Lumbrozo's estate were heard and decided (pp. 93-94). The record also
shows that Lumbrozo had a son born after the father's death and after his
widow's remarriage: "John Lumbrozo Sonne of John Lumbrozo decd was
Born in the monthe of June Anno Dni 1666" (p. 130). It may be recalled that
at the July, 1663, court, Lumbrozo and his maid servant Elizabeth Wilde had
been presented for having brought on an abortion upon her, she charging him
with responsibility for her pregnancy, and that he saved himself by marrying
her, thus disqualifying her from appearing as a witness against him (Arch.
Md. LIII, 1-li). Lumbrozo died late in 1665, or early in 1666. His widow
Elizabeth lost no time in marrying a second husband, John Browne, a well-to-
do Charles County planter, as she, under the name Elizabeth Browne, took out
letters of administration upon Lumbrozo's estate May 25, 1666, the month
before her son by Lumbrozo was born. A suit for debt heard at the November
27, 1666, court, shows that she was then again a widow (p. 48). Letters of
administration upon John Browne's estate were granted to his brother Gerard
Browne, January 19, 1666/7.
Spouses
1Mary
Death MemoY
ChildrenJohn
Honor (->1716) 
Brown, John (I121409)
 
179 (Research):Nearest relative listed as Mrs. Hermina Seaman. Seaman, Rudolph Thomas "Larry" (I123072)
 
180 (Research):Newport is only 8 miles NNE of Shiffnal, 4.5 miles NNE of Sheriff Hales, and
10 miles WNW of Stretton. 
Hipps, Margaret (I114716)
 
181 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I128452)
 
182 (Research):Note that A. B. Waldrip took over the adminstrator duties
for the estate of A(lfred) Y. Brown in 1854. These were
previously being handled by William Waldrip and A. B.
Brown. William died in 1854 and A.B. Brown had left
Henderson County, Texas leaving A. B. Waldrip to
administer the estate of A. Y. Brown.

Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Minutes 1847-1883 vol B
Image 136 of 955
Book B; Page 102:
Ordered that A. B. Waldrip administrator of the estate
of A. Y. Brown, deceased be required to make a full
exhibit of the said estate at the next regular term of
this court.

Texas, Probate Records, Henderson
Minutes 1847-1883 vol B
Image 155 of 955
Book B; Page 136:
Ordered and decreed by the court that the citation issue to A. B. Waldrip
administrator of the estate of A. Y. Brown, deceased to appear at the
next term of this court and make exhibit of the condition of the said
estate.

Book B; Page 137:
Ordered by the Court that the exhibit filed by A. B. Waldrip administrator
of the estate of A. Y. Brown, deceased be received and recorded. 
Waldrip, Andrew "Doc" Brown (I53054)
 
183 (Research):NOTES TO THE PEDIGREE OF THE STRELLEYS.

6. Hugh de Strelley (3rd son of Sampson) occurs in 1225
(Pipe re H. IIL), when he was sued by Robert Fitz Geoffry and
Robert, son of Robert. He and his wife, Matilda, were funders of
the old chapel at Mapperley, Derbyshire. It was erected within
the enclostit of their mansion about the year 1230 (vide Cox*s
"Churches of Derbyshire," iv.j ai6). In the year 1237 he held rj
acres in the Serjeawty of Sandiacre.\emdash (Pipe). In the year 1259,
Matildk de Strelley released to William le Vavasour -40 acres of
land in Mapperley, and also a messuage held^ by her as dower,
and the said William, at her request, granted the same land and
messuage to Thomas de Quappelode in fee, at the yearly rent of
4s», with foreign service and suit ol court, to the chief lords for
W. le Vavasour. Robert, son of John Ingram, of Nottingham,
and Thomas le Sauner put in their claim (Cal. Fin., vol x. of this
Journal), As late as 10 Hen. 6 (a.d. 1433) Robert Strelley, of
Strelley, held land in Mapperley, to value of 20s. per ann. In
1259 (43 H. III., Pipe) the Sheriff accounted for some arrears of
payments due from Matilda, widow of Hugh de Strelley. She
was living in 1262, when Eudo de Mapperley and Thomas were
employed in her service.


Note: Maybe where Sampson Ingram got his first name. 
Ingram, Robert (I125625)
 
184 (Research):On 20 October 1683, Jose Ignacio Martinez Flores received a grant of land north of the City of Monterrey, where he founded the Hacienda San Antonio de los Martinez; today known as Marin, General Zuazua and other surrounding towns. The grant described as "en la punta de la mesa que llaman de Ramos, por la parte de arriba que en cerania de la dicha loma esta un ojo de aguaque sale de alto de ella". Martinez, Captain Jose Ignacio "Joseph" (I128723)
 
185 (Research):On 8/4/1918 Cleve noted in Canada service record that his father was
living in Poplar Bluff, Missouri in the USA. 
Quigley, Ogden (I93241)
 
186 (Research):On Nov 18th, 1881; Mary as the widow of Richard Dearen had applied for pension
and proving that they were married. Her brother B.L. Hutchason stated that Mary
was her sister and they were married on 31 of January 1837 by rev John Hardin.
He further stated they lived together as man and wife until Richard Dearen's death
on 14 August 1870. 
Hutcheson, Mary W. (I36997)
 
187 (Research):Ontario Canada records indicate she was born 25 October 1875 in Lennox and Addington, Ontario, Canada. Quigley, Ida Emeline 'Mae' (I93249)
 
188 (Research):Other records state birth as 25 January 1841; and birth locations also vary to include
Illinois, Alabama, Indiana, and Kentucky. 
Lamb, Sarah Ann Emaline (I69305)
 
189 (Research):Penkridge "Penkridge, a small but ancient town, nearly in the centre of the Cuttlestone Hundred,
has a station on the London and NorthWesternRailway, and is pleasantly situated six miles S of Stafford,and tenmiles N of Wolverhampton. It gives name to a large union, apolling district, and
a rural deanery, and derives its name from the River Penk, which passes it on the west, as the Staffordshire and Worcestershire canal does on the east. Bull Bridge, which here crosses the Penk by several small arches, was erected about 25 years ago, and about half a mile higher up the river is the ancient Cuttlestone Bridge, which gives name to this Hundred. Penkridge is undoubtedly a place of great antiquity. The town consists of several short streets and a spacious market place, but the market which was held every Tuesday, has been obsolete for years. Penkridge parish is very extensive, comprising about 16000 acres, but only 3129 inhabitants, residing in its four townships of Penkridge, Coppenhall, Dunston and Stretton. The three latter are also chapelries to Penkridge parish and there
is a new church at Gailey. Penkridge township comprises more than 12000 acres and is divided into
four constablewicks; Penkridge Quarter; Levedale Quarter, which includes the hamlets of Drayton, Longridge & Preston; Pillaton Quarter,which comprises Line Hill, Otherton, Rodbaston, Water-Eaton,
Gailey&Wolgarstone; and Whiston Quarter, which comprises Bickford, Congreve & Mitton. Bickford
is a hamlet and liberty, two and a half miles W of Penkridge, belonging to TW Gifford, Esq. Congreve is a small village and estate, of 400 acres, one and a quarter miles SW of Penkridge, celebrated as the birthplace of the late Bishop Hurd. Richard Congreve, Esq, and Lord Hatherton are proprietors of this liberty, and the former is lord of the manor. The Congreves were seated here at an early period, and afterwards at Stretton. Of this ancient family was the poet Congreve and the late Sir William Congreve,
created a baronet in 1812. Drayton is a hamlet and manor, of 700 acres, one mile N of Penkridge,
belonging to Lord Hatherton. Gailey, or Gayley, is a hamlet and manor, three miles SSE of Penkridge, mostly the property of Lord Hatherton. Levedale is a hamlet and constablewick, two miles NW of Penkridge.Lord Hatherton is owner of the soil and lord of the manor. Line-Hill is a farm one mile S of Penkridge. Longridge is a hamlet one and a half miles NW of Penkridge. Mitton is a liberty of 600 acres, with 3 farmhouses and 2 cottages,twoand a half miles W by N of Penkridge. The trustees of the late Samuel Addison, Esq, own nearly all the soil, but Lord Stafford is lord of the manor Otherton, one and a half miles SE of Penkridge, is another of Lord Hatherton's manors, and forms a constablewick, containing 3 farms and a few cottages. Pillaton, or Pileton, one and a quarter miles SE of Penkridge, is another ancient manor with only 2 farms. It gives name to one Quarter of Penkridge township, and has been possessed for centuries by the Littleton family, who resided here till the late Sir Edward Littleton deserted the old hall, and erected a new one at Teddesley Hay. Preston, one and a quarter miles W by N of Penkridge, is a liberty of 600acres, belonging to Lord Hatherton. Rodbaston is a hamlet, with 600 acres of land, two miles S of Penkridge. Lord Willoughby de Broke is lord of the manor, but Dr Charles Holland owns the hall estate. Water Eaton is a large hamlet and liberty of scattered houses, on the Watling Street, near Spread Eagle Railway Station, two and a half miles S of Penkridge, comprising about 2000 acres of land, mostly belonging to George Monckton, Esq, of Somerford, and Mr James Smith. It includes part of Calf Heath, which was enclosed about 40 years ago. Whiston is a hamlet and liberty, two miles W of Penkridge, and gives name to one of the Quarters of that township. TW Gifford, Esq owns all the land and is lord of the manor. Wolgarstone, half a mile E of Penkridge, is another hamlet and manor, belonging to Lord Hatherton.

Am not sure, but this could be the John Ingram who was friends with Humphrey Worsley of Staffordshire. John took the scholars gown at the English college in Rome on 15 September 1584, along with Humphrey. John wrote a letter in the summer of 1589 where John Ingram had been unwell and had been sent to the Jesuit's College at Tivoli for a change of air. John remained behind as he was still under the weather, but Humphrey returned to Rome where he died. 
Ingram, John "Johannes" (I35199)
 
190 (Research):Petitioners: «tab»Richard de Preston, chaplain and prebendary of the free chapel of Penkridge; John de Newenton, chaplain and prebendary of the free chapel of Penkridge; William Duncan, chaplain and prebendary of the free chapel of Penkridge.
Name(s): «tab»de Preston; de Newenton; Duncan, Richard; John; William
Addressees: «tab»King.
Occupation: «tab»chaplain and prebendary of the free chapel of Penkridge
Nature of request: «tab»The chaplains request remedy as although their free chapel of Penkridge has had burials and mortuaries of all the parishes of the chapel of Cannockbury, which chapel belongs to the dean and chapel, the dean and chapter have sought to consecrate the chapel of Cannockbury and to disinherit the free chapel of Penkridge by having burials there and taking the mortuaries, and when the prebendaries sought to challenge this the dean and chapter had them falsely indicted and imprisoned in Stafford gaol.
Nature of endorsement: «tab»The chancellor, who is ordainer of free chapels, will visit the chapels and do justice. Concerning the indictment, they should sue before the justices assigned form the delivery of the gaol.
Places mentioned: «tab»Penkridge, [Staffordshire]; Cannockbury, [Staffordshire]; Stafford, [Staffordshire].
People mentioned: «tab»Dean and chapter of Lichfield.
Date derivation: «tab»The petition is dated to 1334 as the petition is published in Rot. Parl. II from a Hale manuscript which dated the petitions to the parliament held in 8 Edw. III (1334) (Rot. Parl. vol. II, p.77b (no.24)).

Contents:
1. Humfrey, earl of Stafford, lord of 'Tunbrugge et de Caurk [...]
2. John Askeby of Stafford
Indenture of exchange two parcels of meadow in FORBRUGGE [in Castle Church parish] viz. one parcel extending from land of Thomas Barbour to the 'water called Sowe' and lying between meadow (land) of said Thomas Barbour and of Robert Lichefeld; the other parcel lying there between meadowland of William Sondford and of Thomas Syche, called Rowlowedolez. Also all the 'pasturable land' (solum pasturabile) in Le Kyngespole, near STAFFORD, between (among) land of said John and of other tenants in fee of COTON on N. and a stream called the Sondyford and deep water fishery (profundam aquam piscabilem) of the Kyngespole on S., and from meadowland of said John on W. to the highroad leading from Stafford to Coton on E. and S.
In exchange for parcel of meadow with appurts in the Ledrencrofte under the 'Mersshe' near STAFFORD called Palmersmedewe, which meadow John Askeby had of gift of Prior and Convent of St. Thomas the Martyr near Stafford. To hold with free ingress and egress. Saving to earl and heirs all kinds of fish from the fisheries and in said water.
Witnesses Thomas Barbour, William Preston then bailiffs of town of Stafford, Robert Whitgreve, Thomas Syche, Thomas Fyssher burgesses, and others.
Seal missing: traces of red wax on tag.
[7902]


[no title] D948/3/5 [mid 13th] century
These documents are held at Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Archive Service, Staffordshire Record Office
Contents:
LICHFIELD. Half a burgage in Stowe Street
(bounds given)
Quitclaim,Edith, widow of Warinus de Preston/William Finch, her brother-in-law.
(Witnesses include Peter of Ulm)


[no title] 3764/117 1554

These documents are held at Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Archive Service, Staffordshire Record Office

Contents:
Gift by Alice Peinton of Walsall, widow to Humphrey Preston and Elizabeth his wife of a moiety of a burgage or cottage with a garden in Walsall in Rushall Street, 7 October 1/2 Philip and Mary (1554).
[27576] 
Preston (I30886)
 
191 (Research):PGLR PP:13 1757-1759
Memoradum that on the Special Petition of Richard Hutton of Prince Georges County Preferred to the Justices of the afd County court on the fourth Tuesday of August
To Messrs John Hawkins & Alexander Magruder, Thomas Letchworth & Georges Bigges of Prince Georges County Gentlemen Greeting Whereas Richars Hutton is possessed with a Tract of Land Called Ludfords Gift preferred his petition in Writing to our Court that is to Say to our County Court held at Upper Marlboro Town in and for Said County

Prince Georges County June ye 23d 1757 Philip Willowy Aged One hundred and Two
years or there abouts beind Sworn on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God Deposeth
as follows Vizt. that about fifty years agoe to the best of his knowledge as this
deponant was Coming from Mr. Richd Clarks along the Road he Saw Samuel
Waring (Grand Father to the Present Samuel Waring, who married a Daughter of
Arter Ludford) And this Deponant Asked the Said Waring what he was Looking
for who told him he was looking for his Corner Tree and Clapt his Arms round
the White Oak where this Deponant now Stands and Said it was his Corner Tree,
it Standing on a hill Side and on the North Side of the Road which Leads from
main County Road to the Mouth of Fradsham Alis Swansons Creek and near
the fork of the sd Road which Leads to Trumans Point and this Deponant further
Sayeth Not Alex Magruder George Biggs
Prince Georges County

Calvert County Land Records
Reference: «tab» Patent Record AB and H, p. 302
Date: «tab»1652
Description: «tab»Warren, 150 Acres; Certificate
Developer/Owner: Warren, Robert

A Robert Warren is mentioned in St. Mary's Province records in 1653/1654.
This was where a Robert Richins was the Plaintiffe and Robert Warren was
the defendent. It was noted in the record that Robert Warren "is not now a
resident of St. Mary's Province nor intendeth to return hither. The case
involved a Robert Richins a servant of Robert Warren and centered around
375 pounds of Tobacco and Caske. 
Warren, Samuel (I21917)
 
192 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I22447)
 
193 (Research):Possible Clues:

Domine Colony enlisted in the Rev. War in 1778-1779 at the Mohawk River.
Was with Hazen's regiment of Continental Troops.

George Coloney, married to Mary Hetherington, daughter of Joseph Hetherington.
George Coloney and wife were living in the town of Florida, Montgomery
County, New York on 31 Oct 1826 . Mary was deed land by her father, Joseph,
who died in 1820. The land was located in Schenectady, New York which she
sold in 1826, hence George and Mary Colony location noted. Mary was
born in 1803, meaning George would have been born 1795-1805 era. Probably
a brother to Henry, or possibly a son.




From the Runnels & Reynolds Families In America; by Rev. M.T. Runnels, A.M.; Boston, Alfred Mudge & Son, Printers, 1873
Fourth Generation, page 149
#1761. Susannah-4 [1676] (Job-3, Job-2, Job-1) m. William Clough, of Lee, 1792, who was b. Dec 5, 1768. She d. Nov 25, 1865, in her 93d year.
Children (CLOUGH):
1762. Sally, b. April 11, 1793 in Lee (more)
1763. DAVID, b. June 20, 1795 in Nottingham
1764. Benjamin, b. Sept 3, 1798 in Lee; m. Eliza A. Magoon (more)
1765. Jerry, b. Mar. 21, 1801 in Lee
1766. Susannah, b. Feb 19, 1806 in Lee; resided in Canada
1767. William, b. June 22, 1808, in Lee; d. in infancy
1768. Betsy, b. Dec 23, 1810 in Lee; m. a Fogg and d. March 1860 in her 50th year
1769. William, b. Aug 22, 1813; d. Sept 27, 1865, aged 22
1770. Lucinda, b. June 26, 1816; d. Sept 9, 1852, aged 36

page 138
1675. Job-3 [1617] (Job-2, Job-1) is styled on the town records "Lieut." and "Job Runnels Jun." till after the death of his father; was m. to Sarah Ellison, of Lee, by Rev. Samuel Hutchins, June 2, 1772. She was b. Apr. 3, 1751. Is reported as a "private in Smith Emerson's Co., at Seavey's Island, Nov 5, 1775" in the New Hampshire military records. "Mar. 28, 1770, Job Runnels, Jr. and Sarah his wife," deeded to Samuel Hill "a hundred acre lot in township of Canterbury;" and "May 4, 1780," they deeded away their title "to the estate of Thomas Ellison, her father in Barrington." He was selectman in Lee, 1781, and again in 1787 and 1790. Said to be residing in the "Mast Way district," 1807-1815. For locality, see [1606] and [1615]. This "Mast road," "way," or "path," formed so frequently upon old records pertaining to Lee, was the original road opened from Lee Hill to tide-water at Durham Falls, over which "His Majesty's pines for royal navy" were drawn in the winter; This brother's part of the ancestral estate did not probably go out of the family til after his death, Aug. 27, 1831, in his 83d year. His widow d. Jan. 20, 1840 in her 80th year. Children, born in Lee:
1676. *Susanna, [1761] b. July 4, 1773
1677. Thomas [1771] b. Feb 2, 1775
1678. Abigail, b. Dec 20, 1776; d. at Rochester Oct. 1826, in her 50th year
1679. Sally [1782] b. Apr. 13, 1779
1680. Polly, b. Nov 2, 1781; d. in infancy
1681. Peggy, b. Jan 3, 1784; d. in infancy
1682. Job [1788] b. Jan 8, 1787
1683. Hannah [1793] b. April 8, 1790
1684. John H., b. March 11, 1792; settled in Portland, ME near the close of the war [more]
1685. Betsey [1799] b. May 21, 1794

page 122-123
1615. Job-2 [1607] (Job-1) inherited his father's home estate as appears above, and is otherwise known to have occupied parts, at least, of the farms now owned in Lee, NH (1870) by Thomas Chesley and the widow of the late Hon. Jeremiah Smith. He afterwards divided his land between his two sons, Job and Miles, giving to the latter what is now occupied by Mr. Smith, south of the road, as appears below. Quite early on the town records of Durham, we find him chosen one of the five "Searvars of High Way"; and again "surveyor, 1762-3"; fence viewer, 1758;" "tithing man, 1764." No later, on Durham records, than 1765, the Lee Parish being incorporated as a town, Jan. 16, 1766; after which on the Lee records we have "Lef. Job Runnals, Sessor" 1768 and 1769. His wife's name was Sarah; as "Apr. 29, 1771," "Job and Sarah R. of Lee," -- his son Job not yet being married to Sarah Ellison,--deeded thirty-four acres of land to Jeremiah Burnam of Durham; also "July 4, 1774," "to Simeon Taylor for 15 pounds, one half of a hundred acre lot,"--probably in Canterbury--"of which Job Runels deceased was the original grantee." "July 5, 1781," "Job Runals of Lee," to "John Colony of New Durham," "All right to one hundred acres, in N.D." He probably died Apr. or May 1785, aged 71, certainly between the two dates next given, for among the deeds we find that "Job Runals of Lee," -- then living,--conveyed "to Job R. Jun. certain tracts of tillage land on the Mast road, and one half his pasture," "Mar. 26, 1785;" and, same date, "to his son Miles, a tract of land called the upper field," -- on the present Smith farm, as above, -- "and half the pasture;" while, also, from the Strafford Probate records we learn that "Sarah Runels widow of the late Job Runels" relinquished "all rights to his estate to her two sons Job and Miles," "June 8, 1785," to whom the administration of his estate was granted at the same time. His widow m. John Hill, of Nottingham for her second husband. Proof of this appears a few years later (1790, or 1793), when J. Hill conveys to Job Runnels "his right to dower of his wife Sarah, who was mother of the said Job and former wife of Job Runels late of Lee;" whose children, there born, were:
1616. Susan [1665], b. 1746
*1617. Job [1675] b. Jan 12, 1749
1618. Abigail [1686] b. 1753
1619. Miles [1695[ b. Oct. 29, 1761

page 120-121
1606. Job-1 is first mentioned in the Rockingham Deeds, "Nov. 13, 1713," when he is said to be "of Dover," and had conveyed to him from "Joseph Davice, for 28 pounds, 3 score acres of land lying on the West side of Wensday's brook."
This is probably the time of his settlings, as a young man, in the then "Oyster river Parish" of Dover, afterwards Durham, now Lee, N.H. His residence was on the now beautiful slope of land near the above-mentioned brook, a little south of the "mast road," and between that and the present house of Thomas Chesley, where a solitary barn was standing in 1870.
About the same time (1713) he m. his wife "Hannah," who is said to have joined the church of Durham, under the Rev. Hugh Adams, "May 5, 1723" (see Hist. and Gen. Register, July 1869).
She was living as late as "June 28, 1731," as under that date we have "Jobe Runels and Hannah," deeding "to John Bradford of Portsmouth, one third share of land in Rochester." She was also, more probably, the "Hannah Runnels," of Durham, mentioned "Feb. 3, 1748-9" as deeding "to Joseph Smith, all her right to the estate of her grandfather, Robert Burnham"; and if so, her maiden name may have been Hannah Burnham.
"May 29, 1719," his original sixty acres seems to have been increased by "30 acres more or less, in Oyster river, in ye township of Dover, in ye Province of New Hampshire," bought of "Naphalie Kincaid"; and "Jan. 31, 1726-7," by "a parcel of land scituate lying and being on ye south side of ye Mast path, against turtel pond, being the half of 60 acres," etc.
On the earliest town records of Durham, soon after its incorporation, "Mar. 18, 1733-4," we find a "Committee of freeholders" tranting "to him his heirs and assigns forever, 25 acres of land"' another (?) "Committee of fifteen" is mentioned, "which was then chosen to divide the common and undivided lands as the major part of them shall grant." "The names of the Committee are as followeth, Job Runals" heading the list. He was also the owner of landed property in other towns, as "Nov 13, 1753" he deeded to Samuel Moore, of Canterbury, for 55 pounds, one home lot in the town of C., where we elsewhere learn he possessed an "original right."
He was living "Dec. 2, 1758" as he then conveyed to "Job Runels Jun., husbandban, my son," "100 acres of land, being all my homestead estate, whereon I now dwell." "Job Runalls Jun." is also mentioned in deeds of "July 6, 1754," and "Mar. 21, 1755"' but "Oct. 22, 1762," "Job Runnels of Durham" bought of "Waldo Emerson of Wells, Me. for 60 pounds lawful money of the Massachusetts Bay, a tract of land in Nottingham," and four days later, "Oct. 26," "Job Runels sold the same "to Aaron Hays, for 66 pounds." The nature of these two last transactions might lead us to ascribe them to the younger Job, in which case his father must have died befoer Oct. 22, 1762, so that the "Jun." had disappeared from his (the son's) name. If, however, they are ascribed to Job Runels, Sen., he was evidently still alive and active in Oct. 1762, but must have d. between that time and "May 1, 1763," when "Jonathan Runels, yeoman of Durham" deeded "to Joseph Sias for 100 pounds 5 acres of land, being Lott No. 25, which was proportioned unto my father, Job Runels, late of Durham deceased, in that division called the North River Lotts." The probably year of his birth was 1685, in Nova Scotia (?) [see Introductions to Parts I and II); and his corresponding age at death would be from 74 to 77, according to the times assumed above. No probably allusions to this ancestor are found, except the inventory of his estate, taken "Apr. 25, 1765."
His children by his wife Hannah, were born in Durham; and as nearly as can now be ascertained, in the years and order here assigned to their names:
*1607. Job [1615] b. 1714
1608. Abigail (Nabby) [1620] b. 1717
1609. Susan [1627] b. 1719
1610. Enoch [1636] b. 1721
1611. Mary [1639] b. May 15, 1724
1612. Jonathan [1646] b. 1726
1613. Hannah [1657] b. June 4, 1728
1614. Samuel [1661] b. 1730.
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on page 199 of this same Reynold's family genealogy, it goes on to state that Job-1 Runals MAY have been the BROTHER of Samuel Runnels of Bradford MA. That Samuel Runels of Bradford had a son born in 1712 and named him Job (possibly to honor his uncle?). I'm a descendant of this Samuel Runnels.
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REFERENCE TO YOUR LINE, THIS GENERATION:
>>>>The Genealogy of the descendants of John Clough of Salisbury, Massachusetts; Marblehead, Mass.?: John Clough Genealogical Society, 1952-1966, 838 pgs.
page 238-239
#487 - WILLIAM (Zacheus, Ichabod, Benoni, John, John) Born. Dec. 5, 1768 at Lee, NH. He married Susanna Runnels in 1792, the daughter of Job and Sarah (Ellison) Runnells of Lee, NH. They resided in Durham, NH for a time. With a colony, they went to Canada and helped to found the town of Danville in 1804. About 1836 they returned to Durham where William died in 1853 and Susanna died on Nov. 25, 1865, aged 93 years.
CHILDREN OF WILLIAM AND SUSANNA (RUNNELLS) CLOUGH
1065 Sally b. April 10, 1793 d April 19, 1869
1066 David b June 20, 1795 at Lee NH
1067 Benjamin b Sep 3, 1798 at Lee NH
1068 Jerry b March 21, 1801 died young at Durham NH
1069 Susanna b Feb 19, 1806 Died in Canada 1833
1070 William b June 22, 1810 Died 1812
1071 Bette b. Dec 23 1810
1072 William b Aug 22, 1813 in Canada. Died at sea of small pox in 1834
1073 Lucinda b June 26, 1816 d Sept 9, 1852 unmarried
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(end) 
Colomy, Captain John (I21508)
 
194 (Research):Possible Leads:
A Nevil Arterburn is listed in Carroll County, Missouri 1840 Federal census.
There is a daughter in the census between 5 and less then 10 years of age
that is in line with Mary being a daughter of this individual.

Those heads of households living in Indiana in 1830 are:
Presley Arterburn - Clark County, Indiana
and
Samuel Arterburn - Orange County, Indiana

Warrens that may have used similar migration patterns living in 1830 in same counties:
John W. Warren - Orange County, Indiana
and
Lorenzo D. Warren - Clark County, Indiana 
Arterburn, Mary Ann (I124098)
 
195 (Research):Possible Surname of Linville. The Linville's moved from Pennsylvania to Frederick Co., Virginia then to North Carolina and Kentucky.

Another possible connection is the Trammel family who also ended up in Taylor County, Kentucky.

The Linville family is very prevalent in Green/Taylor/Larue Counties of Kentucky. 
Sarah (I38820)
 
196 (Research):Potential and excluded Parents, based on Reeds (and similar) living
in Leesburg, where Charles Reed was born:

Johnathan Reed - Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia in 1820 census
(Note that two male children between 0-10 years are listed). A
Johnathan Reed is listed in the 1830 census in Hillsboro, Loudoun
County, Virginia with 2 male children born 1816-1820. These most
likely are one and the same Jonathan Reed's. Listed in the 1840
census in Jonah Hood, Loudoun County, Virginia is a Jonathan Reid
with 2 male children born between 1811-1820. Jonathan is a strong
candidate to be the possible father of Charles. A Jonathan Reed
married to Elizabeth Walker on 5 October 1814 in Loudoun.

Stephen Reid - Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia in 1820 census
(Note that one male child between 0-10 years is listed). Stephen
Reid is also a strong possibility to be related or the father of Charles.

Mary Reed - Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia in 1820 census
(Note that one male child between 0-10 years is listed) - Note that
a widow; and with Charles only born 4 months earlier; very unlikely.

Sarah Ried - Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia in 1820 census
(Note that one male child between 0-10 years is listed) - Note that
a widow; and with Charles only born 4 months earlier; very unlikely.

Excluded Rebecca Reed - Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia in 1820 census
(Note that one male child between 0-10 years is listed) - Note that
a widow; and with Charles only born 4 months earlier; very unlikely.
Found in 1830 census with no children listed. Charles would have been
listed.

Excluded Minor Reid - Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia in 1820
census (Note that no male children between 0-10 years listed, and the
enumeration date was 7 August 1820). Note a Miner Reed is listed
in 1830 Hillsboro, Loudoun, VA census with one male born between
1811-1815. Note their were multiple Minor (Miner) Reids (Reeds) in
the Loudoun area; with this one married to Betsey Marshall in 1809-1809.

Excluded William Reed - Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia in 1820
census (Note that no male children between 0-10 years listed, and the
enumeration date was 7 August 1820)

Excluded Thomas Rud - Leesburg, Loudoun County, Virginia in 1820
census (Note that no male children between 0-10 years listed, and the
enumeration date was 7 August 1820) 
Reed, Charles William (I62846)
 
197 (Research):Reno Evening Gazette, 10/12/1915:
Died. OHL - In this city (Reno), October 9, 1915, Mary, dearly beloved mother of Charles Ohl of Doyle, Cal., William and Fred Ohl of Washoe City, and Henry Ohl of Reno, and Mrs. Al Clark of Reno and Mrs. Mary MAHER, of Empire, Nev., aged 81 years, 2 months, 15 days, a native of Germany. Remains to be escorted to Carson City Wednesday morning by relatives, where funeral services will be held. Interment to be at Empire on the afternoon of the same day. Remains at the parlors of Groesbeck & O'Brien. 
Gresklaus, Mary (I111206)
 
198 (Research):RSRCH._NOTE: Need to look at the Will of John Powell of Surry County,North Carolina. Will written 8 May 1816 and named the following: Wife Nancy (Reavis), Daughter Susanna Bills, Sarah Smith, Allison Powell, Wiley Powell, Ransom Powell.


A James Powell owned 5 acres of land in Robertson County, Texas in 1840. 
Powell, Wiley (I34433)
 
199 (Research):Samuel Ellis Jr son of Samuel Ellis Sr of Bergen County, New Jersey,
will of Senior probated 20 April 1795 names grand-daughter Avis Ellis
in will. Junior was already deceased. This family links back to the Edsall
family in Bergin New Jersey. 
Avis (I33507)
 
200 (Research):Sarah Jane Graham married first Alva Lamb, who died in 1856 and 2nd Nathan Davis
in 1858. She is listed in Dallas County, Missouri records as Head of Household in
the 1860 federal census, with the married name of Davis; but some of her younger
children listed with the last name of Lamb. 
Graham, Sarah Jane (I42678)
 

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