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Note for:   Lucy Stephen,   1651 - BEF 1678         Index

Individual Note:
     Old Rappahannock County, Virginia
1656 1664 part I
page 11 Know all men by these presents that I Anthony Stephens am held & firmly bound unto Nicholas Jackson Citizen & Mt of Lond (missing) merchantable tobacco and cask for whihc payment well and truly to be made to the said Jackson I bind my slef my heris exrs and admrs firm by these presents (missing) or his certain attorney sealed with my seal dated the (missing)
The condiditon of the obligacon is such that if the above bounded anthony Stephens do well and truly pay or cause to be paide unto the above named Nicholas Jackson his heirs and the just and full sum of three thousand two hundred (missing) tobaccoe & cstk in manner and form (missing the tenth day of November next ensuing to ...bound Anthong Stephen situate and being missing County of Lancster commonly called by the name (missing) patent unto the said Nicholas Jackson his assigns as security for the premises (missing) thousand two hundred and forty pounds of tobacco being fully satisfied and paid then the obligacon to be void and of non effect or else in stand in presencice of WA granger Ant Stephens.

dated about Mar 1655

Old Rappahannock County Deed Book 1656-1664 Part I
A pattent granted by Samuel Mathews gent & c to Clement Herbert for land in Rappahannock County dated October 8th 1657.
A pattent granted by Samuel Mathews to Humphry Booth for 50 acres near Marattico Creek Mar 1656
        An assignment from Hum Booth of above patent to Capt William ----february 1657 Witnessed by Thomas Goodrich AND Ant Stephens



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Note for:   George Crosby,   1655 - 14 Sep 1725         Index

Individual Note:
     Stafford County, Virginia Will Book M pages 28-29
In the Name of God Amen, I George Crosby Senior, of Parish of Overwharton,
county of Stafford being well in body and of perfect memory..do make my Last
Will & Testament.. Imprimis I bequeath my now dwelling Plantation unto George Crosby the son of my son Daniel Crosby with all the land thereunto
belonging as also one youn mullato slave named Will all which to be delivered to him at the eighteenth year of his age together with a gun and in case that it may be for next heir att law.
Item, I bequeath unto the said George and to his sister Sarah Crosby to be equally divided between them 200 ells of the Dowlas and 200 Ells of Brown linen two new feather beds, two new rugs, two pairs of blankets, two new pairs of sheets, two good boulsters, two good bassons, the dished each weighting four pounds and the bassons each to hold a a gallon, four peices of serge, four cows and foure calves all which they are to receive att the18th year of their age and if eight of them dies that then who ere of them lives shall enjoy the whole and if both dies ere then that it me be for the next heir at law.
Item, I bequeath unto my son George the plantation whereon he now dweleth. Also old negro Will and Indian Nan. Item I bequeath unto George Crosby Junior the son of my son George one Indian Mullatta woman Frank and her increase as alsoe one Indian Mullatto Boy Jno. Cooper also one half of the last parcell of land taken up by meon Twon run and his reirs and the other half last parcell of land taken up by me on Town Run and his heirs and the other half unter Peter Mozee and in case said Peter dies that then Sara Crosby the daughter of my son Daniel shall enjoy the same and her lawfull heirs also that negroes run. Item I bequeath unto Sara Hayes 2 pieces of dowlas each containing 50 odd ells. Item I bequeath unto Peter Hayes all and every of the parcel graound frist taken up by me on Brent Twon Run and if in case that he dies with lawful issue that then it must be divided between both my gransons the two George Crosby's. Item I bequeath unto Mary WAA my daughter 1000 weight of tobacco, 1000 weight of tobacco to each of her three
children, namely Willm Mount, Peter Mozee and Elizabeth Mozee. Item I bequeath all the rest of my estate both real and partiall that shall remain my debts legacies and funeral charges be paid unto my executor hereafter mentioned and none of it ever to be brought to an appraisement Item I Doe hereby make my son George Crosby Sole Executor this Item, I doe hereby make my son George Crosby Sole Executro this 14 September 1725.
        George X Crosby
Sarah Allen, James McDonnel
At court held for Stafford Count 14 Apr 1731 Will ...of George Crosby
deceased .... presented by Executor....being proved....admitted to record..Certificate granted for obtaining Probate be giving sufficient Security.



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Note for:   George Mott,   1640 - BEF 27 May 1674         Index

Individual Note:
     CHAPTER 15
JOHN & GEORGE MOTT FAMILY
Of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia

Brothers John MOTT and George MOTT settled early in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia.

1a. GEORGE MOTT was born about 1625 in England. George died 31 Mar 1674 in
        Old Rappahannock County, Virginia. George married Elizabeth PIGG in England.
        Elizabeth was the daughter of John PIGG and Jane. Elizabeth was born about 1635
        Probably in England, and died about 27 Mar 1697 in Richmond County, Virginia.

        In 1670 George Mott and his brother John Mott patented extensive tracts of land in
        the Northern Neck of Virginia--15,654 acres on Muddy Creek in King George and
        Stafford Counties .George lived as a planter in Rappahannock/Richmond County,
        Virginia. Friend Solomon Martin left his entire estate to George Mott and his 3
        children on 18 Oct 1671.

        Old Rappahannock county Deed Boo 1656-1664 Part II
        Page 228-229 to all Christian People I John Pigg of Mattapony in the County of
        New Kent in Virga Planter send greeting know ye hat I the said John Pigg for the
        sume of nineteen pound of current money of England to me the said John Pigg by
        John Mott and George Mott of every part and parcel whereof I do fully discharged
        from their heirs and admrs have give and confirmed unto the said John Mott and
        George Mott their heirs and assignes three hundred sixty and five acres of land lying
        on a branch of Dragon Swamp in the county of Rappahannock adjoining the land of
        Capt William Claiborn called bedst lands and bound in form following beginning at a
        corner …..to a hickory I Capt Claiborns line and thence along Capt claibornes line to
        the first station surveyed according to a plot hereuo annext undr…granted b Pattent to
        me the said John Pigg with out molestaon of me or any person and further I the said
        John Pigg do agree with said John Mott and George Mott that he will warrant and
        defend the same land to them against the claime of any persons whatsoever and
        further that he will upon convenient arning give himself and his wife Jane Pigg
        acknowledge this bill of sale in open Court of rappa Court that it be recorded in
        witness I have set my and and seale this (missing)
        In the presence of Anthony Arnell
        In the hand mark of Edward eastam John Pigg Jane Pigg
        Know all men that I John Pigg do elect and appoint my loveing Fried John Madison
        my lawfull attorney to acknowledge a deed of sale of three hundred and sixty five
        acres of land lying in the County of Rapp on the south side of the River near to Capt
        Claiborne’s plantacon called by the Best Lands unto Mr John Mott and Mr George
        Mott of the County of Gloucester Gent and what my said attorney shall lawfully do
        this shall ratify and confirme as Witness my hand this 3 day of May 1663.
        Test Anthony arnell,
        The hand mark of Joane Arnell
        Record the 15th day of May 1663 P W Granger cl cur Rappa.

        After the death of George MOTT, Elizabeth married James HARRISON about 1674
        Probably in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia. James HARRISON died about 1712
        intestate in Essex County, Virginia Elizabeth died before 27 Mar 1697. James was
        born about 1641(See Elizabeth MOTT HARRISON) at the end of this chapter.
a.          Jael HARRISON born 1676 in Essex County, Virginia married (1) William
        WILLIAMS
(2) married Richard JOHNSON and moved to Spotsylvania
Richard JOHNSON died intestate in 1726
Jael Harrison Williams Johnson died
   
James HARRISON was sworn in as a Justice of the peace for the newly formed Richmond County in 1692 From Sons of the Revolution Genealogy of Members p.88: William Williams of Stafford & Essex Counties, Virginia, appears in 1698 and 1700 as signing petitions from Stafford County. On 8 October 1702, James Harrison, of Essex County, Virginia, conveyed 400 acres of land in Essex to his daughter, Jael, (wife of William Williams, of Stafford County (Essex County Court, Deed Book 10, page 120). William Williams died in Essex County in 1712 (Administrator's Bond Essex Court, Deed Book 14, page 50.

Old Rappahannock County Deed Book 1682-1686
Know all men by these presents that I John Pigge of new Kent County doe assigne over
all my right of this pattent to William Young his heires forever from me my heires and
warrant the same from me my heires or any persons that shall lay clayme thereto from
us only a hundred acres sold to Jonathan Grills excepted and doe obleidge myselfe to
acknowledge the same in Rappa Court upon demand and to the same I sett my hand and
seale this first day of August 1684.
Signed by us
Mary Hodges
Laurance Tayler John PIGGE
The contents of the Pattent acknowledged by Jno Pigg to Wm Young except one
hundred acres

Spotsylvania Co, Courthouse Deed Bk A 1722-29
Aug 30, 1729 -Charles Taliaferro of St. Mary's Par., Caroline Co, Gent. to Jael Johnson and James Williams of St. George Par, Spotsylvania County. 200 pounds sterling "unto Jael Johnson, during her natural life and then unto James Williams, his heirs, assigns, etc" 420 acres of land in St. George Parish, Spotsylvania. County, ; bought by said Taliaferro of one William Smith as by deed dated 3/4/1713 on Hazel Run and the Rappahannock River.
Witt: A. Smith, M. Battaley, Wm. Bledsoe recorded Sept 2. 1729

Spotsylvania County, Virginia Courthouse Will Book -part 1 page 202
Will of Jael Johnson July 7, 1733 I give and bequeath to my son Richard Tutt three negroes, vizt Simon, Lott and Jenny; one ovial table and chest commonly called Elizabeth Tutts;one iron pot, two deep pewter dishes, six patty pans, one horse named Jolly, one mare called The Fistula Mare and two colts, one bed and curtains, valances, sheets, blankets, and ruggs thereunto belonging. All my cattle excepting five cows and calves. All my hogs belonging to the home house.
I give and bequeth to William Williams one negro girl named Diana. If in case the mother of the said girl should not be willing to deliver up the said girl then let her be valued and the money to be paid to the said William Williams and one cow and calf.
I give and bequeth to Betty Marshall one bed, blanket, sheets, and rugg thereunto belonging and 15 pounds current money to be paid to her or under 3 years after the date hereof.
I give and bequeth to ...........Cavanaugh one bed tick. I
I give and bequeth to Jael Cavanaugh 15 pounds current money to be paid 3 years after the date hereof.
I give all my sheep and wool to be equally divided amongst Richard Tutt, James Williams and Philemon Cavanaugh.
I give and bequeth to Richard Tutt on negro girl named Sucky and all the ready tobacco now belonging to me and all debts whatsoever.
I give and bequeth to my son James Williams one horse called The German, four cows and calves, and all the remainder of the household goods, all the hoggs at Marias Quarter and I do appoint Richard Tutt to be my executor in witness whereof I have set my hand and seal this seventh day of July ano#dom# 1733.
Witnesses: Anthony Rhodes, William Call, Sarah Yarton

    1b. John MOTT of Sittingbourne Parish, Rappahannock died single about 17 Jan 1677-
        1678

        Muddy Creek crosses over Rt. 3 East on the border of King George and Stafford
        County, Virginia. Muddy Creek separates King George and Stafford County. Proceed
        on Rt. 3 East from Fredericksburg, and it is one of the first small creeks which has a
        bridge over it.

        NOTE: Some has speculated that the father of George MOTT AND John MOTT
        may be Adam MOTT. I do not believe that Adam is their father. We need
        Documentation. Information on the Adam MOTT family is included at the
        end of this chapter. The given name Adam is not found in the Northern
        Virginia MOTT family.

Children of GEORGE MOTT and ELIZABETH PIGG
   
        2a.           Elizabeth MOTT was born 1668 in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia and
        died about 1712. Elizabeth married John FOSSAKER 28 Mar 1692 probably in
        Richmond County, Virginia. John FOSSAKER was the son of Richard
        FOSSAKER. Richard died before 23 Mar 1708-09. Elizabeth is the eldest
        daughter of George MOTT. Elizabeth was the eldest daughter of John MOTT.

        2b.           Margaret MOTT was born in 1670 in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia.
        Margaret died about 1709 in Essex or Richmond County. Virginia.
        Margaret MOTT married Captain Alexander DONIPHAN second oldest
        daughter (see Chapter 13 for the DONIPHAN family)

       2c.           Anne MOTT was born 1671 in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Anne died in
        1740 in King George County, Virginia Anne MOTT married John
        GLENDENING. John GLENDENING died in 1712 in Richmond County,
        Virginia Anne was the next to the youngest daughter of George MOTT.
        Richmond County, Virginia Wills 1699-1800, Robert K. Headley
        Page 117 John Glendening inventory 4 Mar 1712/3

      2d.           Eleanor (Ellen) MOTT was born 1673 in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia
        Eleanor died in 1741 in King George County., Virginia. Eleanor MOTT
        married Richard SHIPPEY about 1792 probably in Richmond County, Virginia
        Richard SHIPPEY died in 1708 in Richmond County, Virginia. Eleanor was the
        youngest daughter of George MOTT.

Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book1672-1676 Part I Antient Press

Page 122-123
This Indenture made the thirtieth day of December in the year of our Lord
God 1672 and of our Sovereigne Lord King Charles the second the four and twentieth
Between John and George MOTT of the County of Rappa Gent. And
Eliza Wife to the aforesaid George MOTT of the one party and William MOSELEY of
the same County Witnesseth that the said John, George and Elizabeth MOTT have sold
forever all our right and interest of a certain parcel of land containing eleven hundred and
seventeen acres being in the County aforesaid on the North side of Rappa river and in the
Freshes thereof being a part of a greater devident granted to us by Patent and Beginneth
At the River side and thence down the River side according to the severall courses
thereof to the first mentioned tree by the River to the said William Moseley and his heirs
and assigns forever to have and enjoy the same with all its rights of all woodswaters
water courses or whatsoever also is granted to us by Virute of the said Pattent peaceable
without any molestation of us our heirs or assigns or any other persons whatsoever under
us claiming or pretending any lawfull claime to any part of the demized premises and
we the said John, George and Elizabeth doe hereby oblige ourselves jointly and
severally together with our heirs that wee will acknowledge this our deed before the
Court of Rappa at the sole charge of the said William there to be enrolled when thereunto
lawfully called or requested by the said William or his heirs he or they paying all dues or
impositions which are or shall be charged therefore and fort his wee doe acknowledge to
have received of the said Moseley the valuable consideration of four thousand pounds of
good tobacco and cask and our selves therewith fully paid and have hereunto set our
hands and seals the day and year as above
in presence of Thomas Freshwater John MOTT
Willm Slayter George MOTT
Recognit in Cu Com Rappa 7 die July 1673

Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Wills 1656-1692
31 Mar 1674; 27 May 1674
MOTT, George, of the Parish of Sittingbourne, in the county of Rappa., Planter.

Sick & weak body but of perfect sence and memory.

And for my part of the divident of land on the north side of Rappa River and granted to
        My brother John Mott and I by pattent dated at James City the seventeenth day of October 1670 my will is that my well beloved wife Elizabeth wife shall enjoy one-third
        Part thereof during hir natural life and that the land be equally divided among my Children Vizt Elizabeth Margaret Anne and Ellen and if it shall happen that my wife be with Child at my death and the child live that it hall have an equall part with the rest but if it be a son my will is that if any one of my daughters aforesaid depart this life before she comes to age or marries then the son shall enjoy hir part of the land and in case more of my children dye my will is that the Survivors bee joynt heirs Then as for my personal estate my will is that my well beloved wife have and enjoy one third part thereof forever to be at her disposal and the other two-thirds to be equally divided among the Children to be delivered in kind as in respect of age and quality either when they marry or come to the age of seventeen years. And whereas my Brother and I have jointly give to the Children some certain Sheep and Cattle my desire is that they may be distinguished by a marke and they with their increase be my wife improved the Children’s best advantage. And I doo make and appoint my well beloved wife to be my sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament and I do desire that my well beloved Bror John Mott should be Assistant to hir in management of the estate and for the pformance thereof my desire is that an Invetorie may bee taken of all the psonall estate appertaining to my broher and that noe division be made thereof but they would live together upon the Plantation with the estate jointly as my brother and I formerly have done onely dividing the Cropp yearly and each to have the disposal of their part at their own discretion but if it should happen that any inconvience should arise that they shall see cause to devide he estate and live apart that then my brother shall have half of the profitts

8 October 1675; 17 Jan 1677/8
MOTT, John of ye Parish of Sittingbourne in ye County of Rappa, Planter
All my land to my four nieces Elizabeth, Margarett, Anne & Ellen Mott & their heires to be equally divided to them. Desires to be buried by his beloved brother George Mott
To Ellen Pigg two cows and Calves. To my niece Ellen Mott a young mare. And it is my will that my nephew John Vickers shall hold and enjoy my Plantation wch I am now going to clear with soe much land as he shall have occasion to make use of (he making no wast of ye Timber but wch shall be for his necessary use about ye Plantation) Until ye first of January wich shall be in ye year of Or Lord one thousand six hundred eighty &five & then to Render it up to ye uses of my nieces aforesaid with all House & Fences which shall then be upon it in good Repaire & for my personal estate (after debts & legacies paid) to be equally divided betwixt my nephew John Vickers & my 4 nieces Elizabeth Margaret Anne and Ellen to be delivered to my nieces at ye age of 16 years or day of marriage wch shall first happen and if any of them shall die before, ye suvivor of them to their heires. Executor my nephew John Vickers.
Wit Richard X Wallice, Wm Winn
Sworn to William Winn, aged 28 years or abouts
20 Nov 1677 page 53.
       
Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Court Orders 1689-1692 Antient Press
Court held 2 Sep 1691 Alexander Doniphan Justice of the Peace.
Upon the humble petition of John Fosaker and Jno Glendenning as Marrying two of the
orphans of Mr Mott deceased. It is ordered that the lands of Mr Mott sometime between
this and the next North side Court held for this county be by Capt William Mosley
surveyed and equally divided according to Quantitie and Qualitie amongst the foure
daughters of Mr Mott deceased. And that the said Capt Moseley make report there under
the hand in writing in the said next court.
Old Rappahannock County, Virginia page 161
3 Apr 1692 Order is granted to John Fosaker against the Sheriff for the non appearance of
Samll Sallis according to Declaracion

ELIZABETH MOTT MARRIED JOHN FOSSAKER
      
     2a.           Elizabeth MOTT was born about 1668 in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia and
        died about 4 Jun 1712. Elizabeth married John FOSSAKER 28 Mar 1692 probably
        in Richmond County, Virginia. John FOSSAKER was the son of Richard
        FOSSAKER. Richard died before 23 Mar 1708-09 in Richmond County, Virginia.
        3a. RICHARD FOSSAKER died before 1735 in King George County, Virginia.
        Richard married FRANCES TOWNSHEND

        Richmond County, Virginia Wills and Inventory 1709-1717 page 83. Mrs
        Elizabeth FOSSAKER, inventory presented by the executor Mrs Eleanor Shippie,
        4 Jun 1712. (Elizabeth FOSSAKER was the widow of John FOSSAKER and eldest
        daughter of George MOTT. John Fossaker was living Mar 1, 1705, but died prior to
        Mar 23,1709
   
        King George County, Virginia Will Book A-1
        FOSSAKER, Richard (d.i. by 735) COB#2, PAGE 43 6 Dec 1735 = in the petition
        between Francis Strother and Elizabeth, his wife, vs Benjamin Hawkins, executor of
        Richard Butler deceased. It is ordered that John Gilbert, Anthony Hainy, Abraham
        Kenyon, John Kenyon and Rowland Thornton or any two of them value the estate of
        Richard Fossaker deceased, according to evidence and make report to court. (See
        also COB #2 and G.H.S. King, Marriages of Richmond County, Virginia 1668-1853
        Page 71)

        VIRGINIA GLEANINGS IN ENGLAND - by Mr. Lothrop Withington, 30 Little
        Russell Street W.C., London (including “Gleanings” by Mr. H. F. Waters, not before
        printed). Page 296.
        Richard Fassaker, of Stafford County, in Virginia. Will 16 Jun 1676, proved 24 July
1676.          Now on board the Raphannocke, Merchant bound for England and having by
will, left in Virginia, disposed of my estate excepting what I have on board the Raphannocke Merchant. I desire my friend Mr. Samuel Phillips to sell whatsoever belongs to me on board and return to proceeds to Virginia to Mr. Robert Hall and to Mr. Edward Tomason, trustees to my will in Virginia for the benefit of my children, and also to buy three mourning rings of 10s value and give one to Captain John Pover, one to himself, and one to Mr George Brent’ the Posey I would have prepared to be to follow me. Witnesses: Samuel Coldham, Wm Bowie.

(Richard Fossaske was an early settler in Stafford County and was a justice in 1664,
        and sheriff in 1677. One of his sons was Richard Fossaker who was a Burgess for
        Stafford in 1702-3. In or before 1693, Richard Fossaker married the widow of
        Thomas Hatherway, of Stafford, and in 1699 he was the husband of the daughter and
        heiress of Capt John Withers of Stafford . On April 14, 1502, John Fossaker and
        Elizabeth his wife of Rappahannock County, one of the daughters and coheiress of
        Mr George Mott, of the same county, made a deed for land.)

RICHARD FOSSAKER and Frances TOWNSEND

        3a. RICHARD FOSSAKER died before 1735 in King George County, Virginia..
        Richard married FRANCES TOWNSHEND.

        Frances Townsend married three times.
        (1) husband was Francis Dade (1659-1694) had issue: Robert, Frances,
        Cadwalader Dade.
        4a. Robert DADE
        4b. Francis DADE
        4c. Townsend DADE married Rose Will Written 9 Apr 1761 proved 9 Jun
        1761 in Stafford County, Virginia Stafford County, Virginia Will Book M
        page 254. In obedience of Worshipfull court of Stafford Coutny we the
        subscribers being first sworn by Col Townsend Dade have appraised the
        estate of James Penny 4th Nov 1747
        Stafford County, Virginia Will Book M page 391 list the following
Children Elizabeth Washington, grandson Langhorn Dade, Baldwin Dade,
Sarah Dade widow of Dadwalder Dade, Frances STUART, loving wife, Rose DADE, son Horatio DADE,
5a. Elizabeth DADE married Mr. WASHINGTON
5b. Baldwin DADE
5c. Frances DADE married Mr. STUART
5d. Horatio DADE
        4e Cadwalder DADE left his will dated 26 Dec 1775 in King George County,
        Virginia. 1752-1780 page 386 Mentions wife Mary DADE and brother
        Francis DADE and brother Townsend DADE and son Francis DADE
        Stafford County, Virginia Will Book M page 388 will written 20 May
        1760 will proved 10 Mar 1761 wife Sarah DADE.
        5a. Francis DADE
        5b. Cadwalder DADE

        (2) Captain John Withers, no issue, it is believed, by this marriage, through
        Capt. John Withers had a daughter and heiress, who in 1699 was the wife of
        Richard FOSSAKER, of Stafford County, Virginia
       
        (3) in 1699, Rice Hooe, and has many descendants.] See Virginia Magazine of
        History and Biography, IX, 173, 174; IV, 427 - 429; Hayden's Virginia
        Genealogies, 516 - 522, 731 - 734, 716 - 719.
       
        Marriages of Richmond County Virginia 1668-1853, George H.S. KING,
        Southern Historical Southern Press, 1964. page 71.
        Fossaker, John (Gentleman) married by 28 March 1692 Elizabeth MOTT (166?-
        1712), eldest of the four daughter of George Mott (16??-1674), who with his
        brother John Mott (16??-1677), in 1670 patented in one tract 15,564 acres of land
        on Muddy Creek in present King George and Stafford counties. John Fossaker
        was living 1 Mar 1705/6 but died prior to 23 Mar 1709 leaving Richard Fossaker
        his only son. The latter’s only child, Elizabeth Fossaker married Francis Strother
        (g.v.) DB#1, p.23,36; DB#4, p.27a; COB#6, p. 11; Essex County DB#13, p.320;
        Sweeny, p.17, 27,28,62,63.

        Marriages of Richmond County Virginia 1668-1853, George H.S. KING,
        Southern Historical Southern Press, 1964. page 198.
        STROTHER, Francis of St. Mark’s Parish, Orange (later Culpeper) County,
        Married between 7 July 1732 and 6 Dec 1735, Elizabeth Fossaker, only child of
        Richard Fossaker, deceased, and granddaughter of John and Elizabeth MOTT
        Fossaker (q.v.), p. 71 King George County COB#1, p.606; COB#2, p.43,48; DB#2,
        p.183,384.

        Wills of Richmond County, Virginia 1709-1717
        Page 83 Mrs Elizabeth Fossaker, inv pres by the ex Mrs Eleanor Shippie; 4 Jun
        1712, (Elizabeth Fossaker was the widow of John Fossaker and eldest daughter of
        George MOTT, MRC. Page 71

        HOOE, FOSAKER and WITHERS in the 1699-1709 Stafford County Deed &
        Will book page 12. February 19th 1699/1700. Know all men by these presents
        that I RICE HOE of County of Stafford, Gent., who intermarried with the Widow
        and Relict of Capt. JOHN WITHERS, deceased, have clearly discharged Capt.
        RICHARD FOSSAKER who inter-married with the Executor's Daughter of said
        WITHERS, all claims which I may have to sums of money in England or in this
        Colony which shall be due to me as marrying the Widow and Relict of the said
        WITHERS deceased., to whom the third part of all money in England was due.
        {My Wife, who was formerly the Widow of FRANCIS DADE} Rice Hoe There
        are a couple more related items following as you will learn when your books arrive.
        There also is a Will of William Withers in this book his Will made 8th May 1703
        and recorded in August 1703.

       Essex Deed and Will Book
       Page 319-320
       3 Mar 1709 (1710). James Harrison, Elizabeth Fossaker, John Glendening, Ann
      Glendening wife to the said John and Eleaner Shippy of Richmond County to William
       Fitzhugh of Stafford County, Gentleman. For 160 lb sterlins. 9019 acres… on the
       south side of Rappahannock River….on a brown near the River about six miles up the
       falls. And 366 acres of this divident….and certain brances issuing out of the
       river….including a neck of land as by the patent 20 Nov 1674….granted to James
       Harrison, John Bowsee and Elizabeth, Margaret, Ann and Ellen Motts, but by the death
      of Bowsee and Margaret it becamse the inheritance of James Harrison, Elizabeth the
      wife of John Fossaker now deceased, Ann the wife of John Glendening and Eleanor the
      widow of Richard Shippy, deceased, which Elizabeth, Ann and Eleanor Motts.
        James HARRISON
        Elizabeth FOSSAKER
        John GLENDENING
        Ann GLENDINING
        Ellen Shippey
      Witnesses: Hen. Mkir (sic) Peter Lowd, John Glendening Junior. 10 May 1710
      acknowledged by James Harrison, Elizabeth Fossaker, John Glendening, Ann
      Glendening and Ellen Shippy.
          
Children of RICHARD FOSSAKER and FRANCES TOWNSHEND

        4a.Elizabeth FOSSAKER was born after 1709 in King George County, Virginia .
        She married Francis STROTHER about 1734. Francis STROTHER was born
        About 1700 in Stafford County, Virginia or Saint Mark’s Parish, Orange
        County,Virginia St. Mark's Parish, and died about 1777 in Culpeper County,
        Virginia. Francis STROTHER was the son of William STROTHER Junior
        and Margaret THORNTON.

        King George County, Virginia Will Book Inventories 1752-1780
        William STROTHER made his will 20 Nov 1732 Presented into court 2nd March
        1732 by his widow and executrix Margaret Strother and admitted to court.
      
        Frances STROTHER may have married (1) Susanna DABNEY probably in
        Culpeper County, Virginia.
       
        Francis STROTHER and Elizabeth FOSSAKER moved to Granville County, North
        Carolina and later to Rapides Parish, Louisiana          

        5a. John STROTHER born after 1734 moved to Granville County, North Carolina
        and latter Rapides Parish Louisana
        5b.           WILLIAM STROTHER was born after 1735

        Katherine Fossaker married Richard FOOTE 6 Oct 1726. Saint Paul’s Parish
        Register Stafford County, Virginia

2b. MARGARET MOTT MARRIED ALEXANDER DONIPHAN
        (SEE CHAPTER 13 FOR THIS FAMILY)

Ann MOTT and John GLENDENING

2c. Anne MOTT was born 1671 in Old Rappahannock, Virginia. Anne died in 1740
        in King George County, Virginia. Anne married John GLENDENING 31 Oct
        1692 in King George County, Virginia. John Glenndenning died 1712 in
        Richmond County, Virginia. Anne was the third daughter of George MOTT.

        Ann MOTT’s will was written 16 Jun 1733 in King George County, Virginia.
        Her will was proved 6 Jun 1740 in King George County, Virginia.

        Richmond County, Virginia 1709 - 1717
        Page 117 - John Glendening, inv; 4 Mar 1712/3
       
CHILDREN OF JOHN GLENDENING & ANNE MOTT

       3a. JAEL GLENDENING was born about 1693 in Old Rappahannock County,
        Virginia Jael married DAVID SEALE. Jael died in 1712.

       3b.           ELINOR "ELLEN" GLENDENING was born between 1693/1712 married John
        ARMSTRONG

       3c.           JOHN GLENDENING JR. was born between 1712/1713 John died 1747 - 1748
        in King George County, Virginia. John GLENDENING’s will was written 14 Mar
        1747/8 in King George County, Virginia. John’s will was proved 6 May 1748 in
        King George County, Virginia.

       3d. Margaret GLENDENING married William GRANT before. 1723 in King
        George County, Virginia. He was born in Scotland and emigrated before
        1721, and died before 1 Feb 1732-33 in Richmond County, Virginia
      
       3e. Elizabeth GLENDENING married Joseph ARMSTRONG
       
        Marriages of Richmond County Virginia 1668-1853, George H.S. KING,
        Southern Historical Southern Press, 1964. page 79.
        GLENDENING, John (Captain, Gentleman) married by 3 October 1692 Ann Mott
        (1671-1740, third daughter of George Mott (16??-1674). Captain John Glendening
        (16??-1712) died intestate in Richmond County and his wife died testate in King
        George County but her will is in lost WB#1. DB#1, p.34; DB#3, p. 122; King
        George County COB#2, p.227; DB#1,p.113,221,226,230,234,287; DB#1-A,
        175,230; DB#3,p.85; Sweeny,p.17,27,28,62,63;

        King George County, Virginia Will Book A-1 1712-1752 Page 205
       
        King George County, Virginia Will Book A-1 1712-1752 Page 144-145
        In the Name of God Amen. I Ann Glendening of Brunswick Parish in ye County
        of King George being very sick and weak of body but of perfect mind and memory
        do make and ordain this my last Will & Testament in manner and form following:
       
        Item I give and bequeath unto my loving son John Glendening Ten pounds Current
        Money which I have his obligation for and also the half of a Pistole which I lent him
        and the other half to be paid to my Executor
       
        Item: I give unto my loving daughter Margaret GRANT my negro named Sarah and
        her increase during her natural life and after her decease to her son James Grant and
        his heirs forever and if the said James should die without heirs, to next, blank.

        Item: I give and bequeath to my loving daughter Elinor Armstrong, a negro girl
        named Nell during her natural life and after her deceased to her son Joseph
        Armstrong to him and his heirs forever. I also give and bequeath to my said
        daughter Elinor a negro boy named Chirmo to her and her heirs forever.

        Item: I give and bequeath unto my loving daughter Jael SEALE ONE negro named
        Jack to her and her heirs forever.

        Item: I give and bequeath unto my loving son in law John Armstrong all my stock of
        cattle and hoges he paying out of the same to my loving grandson John White a
        young cow and calf and young sow when he comes of full age.

        Item: It is my will and desire that all the rest of my estate be equally divided between
        my three said daughters, viz: Margaret Grant, Ellinor Armstrong and Jael Seale and
        if they cannot agree to among themselves, then they shall choose two house keepers to
        divide the same.

       Lastly tis my will and desire that my loving son in law John Armstrong be and I do
       hereby appoint him whole and sole executor of this my last Will & Testament by me
       made do own and acknowledge this my last will, hereby revoking all former Wills &
       Testaments. As witness my hand this 16 day of September 1733.
        Ann (A) Glendening Sigum (Seale)

       Signed Sealed & Delivered Hen MC Kie
      In presence of John Booth Thos Armstrong
      At a Court held for King George County ye 6 day of June1740.
      This Last Will and Testament of Ann Glendening, Deceased was presented into Court
      by John Armstrong her Executor who made oath thereto and the same was proved by
      the oaths of Henry MC Kie, John Booth and Thomas Armstrong and admitted to record
      Copa. Test. T:Turner Cl Cur
       
        King George County, Virginia
        Deed Book 1 page 221-226
        Indenture 29th April 1724 between ann Glendening of Parish of Hanover King
        George County widdow of one part and David Seal and Joal his wife daughter of
        said Ann Glendening of the same. .. for sume of 3000 pounds of tobacco and sum of
        five shillings sterling lawfull money of Great Brittain grant unto David Seal and Joal
        his wife and the heirs of their two bodies... that shall be begotten between.... in case
        of the death of all the heirs and that their heirs shall dye with out leaving heirs of
        their bodys ... in that case to the heirs of the body of Joal lawfully begotten and so to
        continue... from heir to heir so long as there shall be any of the lawfull heir
        descendants ... of Joal of her heirs for ever... 100 acres being land bound for David
        Seal and Joal his wife and being part of a great tract granted unto John and George
        Mott by patent 17th October 1670 which tract afterwards given by the said George
        father to the said Ann Glendening unto his four daughters, Elizabeth, Margaret, Ann
        and Ellen in joynt tenancy bny his last will dated last day of Mary 1674 and proved
        in Rappahannock Court the 27th May 1674...said lands being afterwards divided
        being bounded by the main road with line of Richard Fossike; Mr John Dinwiddie,
        Lamb's Creek
        Presence Simon White Ann x Glendening
        Richard Pearl, William x Welsh
        Ann personally acknowledged this dead... recorded 1st May 1724.

        page 226-230 Indenture 27th April 1724 between Ann Glendening of Hanover
        Parish King George County Widow and Joseph Armstrong and Elizabeth his daughter
        of the said Ann of same of other part. ... for 3000 pounds good tobacco and sum of
        five shillings of lawful money of great Britain grant unto Joseph Armstrong and
        Elizabeth and heirs of their two bodys as well the heirs that now are living and also
        and every other of the heirs... hereafter begotten between Joseph and Elizabeth... also
        of the death of all heirs of their bodys and so to continue from heir to heir as long as
        there shall be any of the lawfull heirs..descendants for ever... all that tract being now
        in occupancy of Joseph and Elizabeth and being part of a great tract granted unot
        George and John Mott by Patent 17th Oct 1670...afterwards given by George Mottt
        father to the said Ann unto his four daughters Elizabeth, Margrett, Ann and Ellen in
        joynt tenancy by his last will day Mar 1674 proved in Rappahannock Court 27th May
        1674...said land afterwards divided between the said sisters. being bounded Mouth of
        Little branch joyning to land leased by Richard Pearle running from Richard Pearlee
        main road; Deal Branch, Muddy Creek... 100 acres ...

       Presence Simon White,
       William Welch Ann x Glendening
       1st May 1724

       pp 230-234 Indenture 289th April 1724 between Ann Glendening of Hanover Parish
      King George County and William Grant and Margaret his wife Daughter of the said
      Ann... for 3000 pounds good tobacco and sum of ffive shillings lawful money of Great
      Brittain...grant 100 acres to William and Margret as well as the hiers of the bodys of the
      said Margret that now is and also that may hereafter be begotten... part of greater
      tract granted unto George and John Mott by Patent 17th Oct 1670 give by George father
      to Ann Glendening unto.... by his last Will last day March 1674... land being divided
      between the said sisters bound River bank; Richard Fossiker and down his line to the
      river. .

      Present Simon White Ann x Glendening
      Richard Pearle William x Welch
      1st May 1724 Lease Recorded

FAMILY OF JOHN GLENDENING & ANNE MOTT

        3a. Jael GLENDENING (female) was born about 1693 in Old Rappahannock
        County, Virginia Jael died in 1712. Jael married DAVID SEALE
        4a. Anthony SEAL died in Culpeper County, Virginia Anthony married
        Ferriba MUSE.
           5a. Robert SEAL was born about 1795 in Virginia married Rachel
        WALKER 11 Dec 1817 in Highland County., Ohio.
        Robert SEAL died 17 Oct 1879 in Clinton County, Ohio
        Rachel WALKER was born 1799 in Rockbridge County, Virginia
        Rachel died 30 Aug 1851 in Clinton County, Ohio.
        6a. Sarah Crawford SEAL was born 13 Jan 1825 in Paint Township,
        Highland County, Ohio Sarah is buried at Westborough, Clinton
        County, Ohio
        6b. Rachel SEAL was born 29 Jan 1830 in Paint Township, Highland
        County, Ohio. Rachel died Sep 1856 in Blanchester, Clinton County,
        Ohio.
        6c. Isaac Newton SEAL was born 28 Oct 1832 in Ohio
        6d. Martha SEAL WAS BORN 24 Apr 1823 Paint Township, Highland
        County, Virginia
        6e. John Walker SEAL was born 19 Aug 1818 in Paint Township,
        Highland County, Ohio
        6f. Elizabeth SEAL was born 27 Aug 1827 in Paint Township, Highland
        County, Ohio
        6g. Mary Jane SEAL was born 7 Sep 1835 in Ohio
        6h. Margaret Frances SEAL was born 18 Sep 1839 in Ohio
        6i. Robert Grigsby SEAL was born 6 Dec 1820 in Paint Township,
        Highland County, Ohio. Robert died 1855 in Ohio

Elinor GLENDENING and John ARMSTRONG

        3b.           Elinor “Ellen” GLENDENING was born before 1693 and died in 1712
        Elinor GLENDENING married John ARMSTRONG.
        4a. John ARMSTRONG, JR.

        pp234-238 Indenture 29th April 1724 between Ann Glendening of Hanover
        King George County Widdow of one part and John Armstrong and Ellen his wife
        daugther of the said Ann of same .... for 3000 pounds of good tobacco and five
        shillings of lawfull money of Great Brittain... Grant 100 acres unto John and
        Ellen and heirs of their bodys lawfully begotten... land part of great tract granted
        unto George and John Mott by patent 17th Oct 1670 give by George father to
        Ann Glendening unto his four daughter Elizabeth, Margret, Ann and Ellen in
        Joynt occupancy.. by his last will dated last day March 1674 proved in Rappa
        Court 27th May 1674 ... land being divided between the said sisters bounded by
        mouth of branch called Deep branch that makes the lower bounds land of Joseph
        Armstrong and runs down the brookside to mouth of a branch call the Bath
        Branch.
        Presence Richard Pearle
        Simon White, William x Welch
        1st May 1724......Lease recorded Ann x Glendening

        Richmond County, Virginia Will Book 4 1717 - 1725 page 66 John Armstrong
        Hanover Parish, Will; (nd) 5 Nov 1718 son Joseph “I have done what I am able
        for him and also for my daughter Phoebe; Phebe; son John, daughter Elizabeth;
        four other children not named; executor wife; Witness Richard Pearl and John
        Armstrong Junior page 71 John Armstrong Inventory 5 Feb 1718-1719.

JOHN GLENDENING AND PHOEBE

        3c. John GLENDENING, JR. was born between 1693 - 1712 of Old
        Rappahannock County, Virginia John died about 1747 - 1748 in King George
        County, Virginia John married Phoebe . John GLENDENING’s will was written
        14 Mar 1747/8 in King George County, Virginia. John’s will was proved 6 May
        1748 in King George County, Virginia.
          
        Will of John Glendening Senior
        In the Name of God Amen. I John Glendening Senior being sick and weak in body
        but of sound and perfect mind and memory thanks be to God for the same do make
        this my last Will & Testament n manner and form following:
        Item: I give and bequeath to my son James two negroes named Frank and Judy
        Item: I give and bequeath to his sons a negro girl named Sarah and to his
        heirs forever and for want of such heirs to my son James and his heirs forever.
        Item: I give and bequeath to my son John and his heirs forever the plantation where
        on I now live. I likewise give to my son John two negroes named Caesar and Jerry
        to him and his heirs forever.
        Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter Margaret and to her heirs forever lawfully
        begotten one Negro girl named Lizey and for want of such heirs to be equally
        divided between my daughters that shall be then living
        Item: I give and bequeath to my three daughters Elizabeth, Sarah and Elinor all the
        rest of my Negroes to be equally divided in quantity and quality.
        Item, and my will is that my personal estate except my hogs and corn be sold at
        auction and all my just debts to be paid out of the same and the remainder of my
        estate be equally divided amongst my six children or as many of them as shall be
        then living.
        Item: I appoint my loving son James Glendining sole Executor of this my last will
        and Testament. In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and affixed my
        seal this 14th day of March 1747/8. John Glendining

        Signed Sealed Published &
        Declared in presence of us
        Thomas (T) Armstrong
        Charles Bruce
        At a Court held for King George County on Friday the 6th day of May 1748.
        The Law Will & Testament of John Glendining deceased, was presented in to Court
        by James Glendining, his Executor, who made oath thereto and the same was proved
        by the oaths of Thomas Armstrong and Charles Bruce and admitted to record.
        Copa test Harry Turner Cl Cur

Children of JOHN GLENDENING and PHOEBE GLENDENING
          
        4a. James GLENDENING died in King George County, Virginia in 1767
        James married Ann Rosser GLENDENING.

        4b. John GLENDENING III married Jane GRANT 30 Jan 1745-1746(married
        his first cousin.)

        4c. Sarah GLENDENING

        4d. Elizabeth GLENDENING
   
        4e. Elinor GLENDENING
   
        4f. Margaret GLENDENING

Margaret GLENDENNING married Richard White, William GRANT & Benjamin PALMER

        3d. Margaret GLENDENING married
(1)          married Richard WHITE
(2)          married William GRANT before 1723 in King George County, Virginia.
        William GRANT died before 4 Jun 1736 in King George County, Virginia
(3)          married third Benjamin Palmer about 1738 at King George County

Margaret GLENDENDING died before Jan 5, 1744/45 at King George County.

        The Descendants of Elizabeth And William Grant by Diane Hirschi, 771 North
        500 East, Logan, Utah 84321, 1994. page 54 & 55.

    
Richard WHITE and Margaret GLENDENING

        4a. Simon WHITE
        5a. John WHITE
James GRANT and Ann DISKIN
        4b. James Grant, born about 1725 and married Ann Diskin in about 1745 at King
        George County, and moved to Caswell County, North Carolina and then
        To Rockingham County, North Carolina and his will is recorded in 1805
        And 1808 at Caswell County, North Carolina. Will Book E/177 and
        E/427
        James married ANN DISKINS about 1750 in Saint Paul’s Parish, Stafford
        County, Virginia. James died about 1805 in Caswell County, North Carolina.
        Ann DISKINS was born about 1725 in St Paul’s Parish Stafford County,
        Virginia. Ann died in 1808 in Caswell County, North Carolina.
        5a. Diskin GRANT
        5b. JAMES GRANT, JR was born about 1755. James died between
        1820 and 1830 in Rockingham County, North Carolina. James
        married Elizabeth POWELL about 1785 in Caswell County, North
        Carolina
        4c. Jane GRANT was born about 1728 in King George County, Virginia.
        Jane married John GLENDENDING 30 Jan 1746 in Stafford County,
        Virginia.

James GRANT and Elizabeth POWELL

        5b. JAMES GRANT, JR was born about 1755. James died between
        1820 and 1830 in Rockingham County, North Carolina. James
        married Elizabeth POWELL about 1785 in Caswell County, North
        Carolina
        Elizabeth POWELL was born on 27 Aug 1779 in Tennessee. She died
        on 20 May 1858 in Macon Co., NC. She was buried in First Methodist
        Church Cemetery, Franklin, Macon County, North Carolina
        Information provided by John Park Martinson of West Jordan Utah
        It seems that James GRANT Junior married Elizabeth POWELL when
        she was very young.
        6a. Archibald GRANT
        6b. Unknown Grant born between 1795 to 1800.
        6c. Unknown Grant born between 1794 and 1800. 6d. Neeley C. GRANT was born 19 Oct 1800 in Caswell County,
        North Carolina. Neeley died 22 Sep 1869 in Jefferson County,
        Illinois
        6e. Mary Nell GRANT was born on 20 Mar 1801 in Caswell Co., NC.
        Mary died on 30 May 1880 in Macon Co., NC. She was buried in
        Presbyterian Cemetery, Franklin, Macon County, North Carolina.
        6f. Francis Williams GRANT was born on 17 Dec 1814 in Caswell or
        Rockingham County, North Carolina. She resided Macon Co. in
        1832. She died on 26 Jan 1889 in Macon Co., NC. She was buried in
        Methodist Church Cemetery, Franklin, Macon County North
        Carolina.
        6g. Edmond Powell GRANT was born about 1809 to 1810 in Caswell
        County, North Carolina. Edmond died in Jefferson Co., Illinois. 6h. William GRANT was born between 1804 and 1810. He died in
        1857 in Jefferson County, Illinois
        6i. Diskin GRANT died in 1890 in Jefferson County, Illinois. He was
        born about 1814 to 1815 in Rockingham County, North Carolina
        6j. George Washington GRANT died in 1889 in Danville, Pittsylvania,
        Virginia. He was born about 1817 to 1818 in Rockingham County,
        North Carolina He resided Pittsylvania County, Virginia
        Information from John Park MARTINSON, West Jordan, Utah.

        4c. Jane GRANT was born about 1728 in King George County, Virginia.
        Jane married John GLENDENDING 30 Jan 1746 in Stafford County,
        Virginia.
       

        King George County, Virginia Deed Book 3 pages 83-92 indenture made 4th 5th
        October 1745 between John Glendenning of Brunswick Parish King George County
        Planter and Ann Champe Eldest Daughter of John Champe of same… Whereas Ann
        Glendenning of Hanover Parish King George County widow by her deed of
        Feeofment dated 3rd February 1725-1725 between Ann of one part and said John
        Glendenning…by the Name of John Glendenning the only son os the said
        Ann..reciting that Ann had confirmed unto Joseph Armstrong and Elizabeth his wife
        100 acres, unto John Armstrong & Ellen hiswife 100 acres, unto William Grant &
        Margaret his wife 100 acres and unto David Seale and Jael his wife other 100 acres
        which several parcels each had been laid off..did grant unto John Glendenning &
        Phebe his wife 250 acres the Muddy Creek in Parish Hanover (now Brunswick) in
        King George County being the residue of 650 acres remaining after laying out the
        400 acres before mentioned…part of tract granted unto John Mott and George Mott
        by Pattent 17th October 1670 afterwards gfiven by George Mott Father of the said
        Ann to his found daughter Elizabeth, Margaret, the said Ann & Ellen by his last will
        and testament dated last day March 1674 duly proved in Rappahannock Court 27th
        May 674 among whom he same was afterwards divided.. upon such 650 acres was
        allotted to Ann Glendenning & her heirs… the said 250 acres residue of the 650 acres
        containing the Plantation where Ann Glendenning, John Glendening, Simon White
        and Richard Pearl then lived (reserving unto the said Ann the plantation she then
        lived and the rents of the 250 acres during her natural life and whereas the said Ann
        and Phebe the wife of John are since dead and said John is now seized of the 250
        acres…doth grant all that Plantation where Ann Glendenning formerly lived and so
        much of the land adjoining as makes of 120 acres bounded according to a survey
        thereof made by Joseph Berry Gentleman as follows…beginning…bank of
        Rappahannock River being a corner between John Glendenning and Simon White.. up
        the river…mouth of Muddy creek…Mouth of small branch

        Presence of John Grant, Daniel Grant John Glendening
        Jos Strother

      At a court held 5th Octobr 1745 …deeds of lease and release & receipt for consideration
      money….recorded.

     Know all men… I John Glendenning …am bound unto Ann Champe …in sum three
    hundred forty pounds current money of Virginia 5th October 1745 condition…if keep all
    covenants.. obligation to be voic …or stand… Presence John Grant, Daniel Grant, Jos Strother John Glendenning
    At a court held 5th October 1745 …bond recorded.

        There are three men named William GRANT. William GRANT Senior and
        William GRANT Junior do not seem to be the William GRANT who married
        Margaret GLENDENING.

        GRANT, William (d.i., 1736). COB#3 page 63 7 May 1736 = administration on
        the estate of William Grant, Deceased, is granted to Margaret Grant, his widow,
        and on the same day she entered into bond as his administratrix with John
        Glendening, her security (BB#2, p. 25) The inventory of his estate was taken by
        John Steward, Jeremiah Bronough and William Stringfellow and records 4 Jun
        1736 I#1 pages 225-226 Her bond was for L150 C.M.

        William Grant married Margaret Glendening, daughter of John and Ann
        Glendening, Ann Glendening being the daughter of "George Mott, Gentleman,"
        who patented 3700 acres of land, and whose will was proved in Old Rappahannock
        County, March 27, 1674. (Authorities for this Grant-Glendening pedigree are deed
        to (*)Rosamond Grant married John Wright, Vestryman of St. George's Parish,
        Spottsylvania ("History of St. George's Parish," p. 65, by Slaughter). John Wright
        died about 1787, executor's bond dated July 5,
        1791; witnesses John Grant (Rosamond Wright's brother), John Wright, Jr.; W.
        Wright; Executors, Rosamond Wright and Captain James Tutt; legatees sons, Wm.
        Wright, John Wright, Winfield Wright; daughters, Margaret Fulton, Rosanna
        Wright. ("Records of Spottsylvania," p. 357, by W. A. Crozier).

        Overwharton Parish Register 1720-1760 Old Stafford County, Virginia
        Rosamond Wright wife of William WRIGHT died 16 Mar 1753

        She also mentions the confusion caused by this William Grant, Sr., and distinguishes the records relating to her William Grant who married first Elizabeth _____, married second Elizabeth Kill, and married third Alice _____.

       
Joseph ARMSTRONG and Elizabeth GLENDENING
       
        3e. Elizabeth GLENDENING married Joseph ARMSTRONG

Eleanor (ELLEN) MOTT and Richard SHIPPEY

        2d. ELEANOR(ELLEN) MOTT was born 1673 in Old Rapphannock County,
        Virginia Eleanor died 1741 in King George Co., Virginia. She married
        RICHARD SHIPPEY, GENT 1692 in Richmond County, Virginia. Richard died
        1708 in Richmond County, Virginia Eleanor youngest daughter of George MOTT
        Eleanor was the only daughter of George MOTT and Elizabeth PIGG born in
        America.
          
Children of ELEANOR (ELLEN) MOTT and RICHARD SHIPPEY
   

        3a. Jael SHIPPEY was born about . 1690 Richmond County, Virginia Jael died
        after 1750, in Brunswick Parish, King George County , Virginia. Jael married
(1)          William UNDERWOOD (2) Samuel REEDS

Will Abstracts of King George County, Virginia 1752-1780 Antient Press.
King George County Virginia Inventories pp 84-85 inventory of the Estate of William UNDERWOOD deceased …items not valued. Notes 1500 pounds tobacco debts outstanding if received per Jael UNDERWOOD. At a court held
7 Octob23 1726 …Jael Underwood presented this inventory of the estate of William UNDERWOOD which was ordered to be recorded.
William UNDERWOOD OF Sittenbourn Parish in the county of King George
Made his will on the 15th Feb 1725 (1726) Presented in to Court 2 September 1726 by his widow Jaell Underwood and admitted to court.

        3b. Elizabeth SHIPPEY was born about 1692 daughter of Richard SHIPPEY and
        Eleanor MOTT was born about 1690 in King George County, Virginia.
        Elizabeth died 1756 in King George County, Virginia. Elizabeth SHIPPEY
        married JAMES HACKLEY, son of John HACKLEY and Elizabeth
        LAMBERT. James was born about 1690 in Old Rappahannock County,
        Virginia. James HACKLEY died 1748 in Brunswick Parish, King George
        County, Virginia.

        3c. MARY SHIPPEY
       
        Marriages of Richmond County Virginia 1668-1853, George H.S. KING,
        Southern Historical Southern Press, 1964. page 186.
    
        SHIPPY, Richard (16??-1708) married 1691/2 Ellen Mott (circa 1673-1741),
        youngest daughter of Mr George Mott of Rappahannock County. He died intestate
        in Richmond County in 1708; she died testate in King George County in 1741 but
        her last will and Testament is recorded in now lost King George County WB#1
        (1721-1752, COB#4,p.389; DB#3, p.122; WB#2, p.127; King George County
        COB#2 p.247; 23W(2)85. Richard Shippy (16??-1708) must not be confused with
        Richard SHIPPY (16??-1698), styled Senior, who died testate in Richmond County
        but whose will is lost WB#1 (1692-1699); if they were father and son, I have no
        evidence. See Sweeny,p., 17 and 27.

        King George County, Virginia Will Book A-1 1721-1752 page 145-147
   
        In the Name of God Amen the second day of May anno Domini Seventeen hundred
        and Twenty six. I Ellen Shippey of King George County being sick and weak of
        body but of perfect sound mind and memory thanks be to God for it, do make and
        ordain this my Last Will & Testament in manner and form following, vizt.

        Imprimis: I give and bequeath my soul to God who gave it and my body to ye earth
        from whence it came to be decently buried at ye discretion of my Executor hereafter
        named.

        Imrpimis: I ordain my Executor to divide my land into three equal parts amongst
        my three daughters Jael Shippey, Mary Shippey and Elizabeth Shippey each having
        one equal breadth upon the River only my daughter Jael is to have four acres of land
        allowed to her deducted out of the other two their parts by rason of a piece of marshy
        sunken ground I her part of the dividend. I also ordain that each shall bear part of ye
        charges in dividing ye same.

        Item: I give to my eldest daughter Elizabeth the middle part being the plantation
        whereon I now live and the lowermost part of my land to my daughter Mary, to them
        and their heirs forever.

        Item: I give to my daughter Jael three pewter dishes and to my daughter Mary three
        pewter dishes and one more.

        Lastly I give and bequeath all the rest of my worldly estate unto James Hackley and
        also do make constitute and ordain him my whole and sole Executor of this my Last
        Will & Testament, ratifying and confirming this to be my last Will & Testament and
        no other. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal day year written
        above. Ellen (E) Shippey
        testi Henry McKie Catlett Man John Henshaw

        At a Court held for King George County the 6 day of March 1740.
        The last Will & Testament of Ellen Shippey, deceased was presented into Court
        by James Hackley her Executor who made oath thereto and ye same was proved by ye
        oaths of Henry McKie and Catlett Man and admitted to record.
        Copa test: T: Turner Cl: Cur.
       
        King George County, Virginia Deed book 2 page 174-178 28 Feb 1747 between Ellen Shippy of PARISH Brunswick King George County widow of one part and John Corbin of same planter Whereas Richard Shippy formerly husband to said Ellen in the year 1692 did bargain and sell un to John Corbin 160 acres in Brunswick Parish and then signed a deed accordingly in 1696 …acknowledged in Richmond County Corrt bust as Ellen was not personally at court to acknowledge the same the fee being then in her the same could not there by pass so that she still retains a good right in fee simple.. she now by deeds of lease and release for thirty five hundred pounds of tobacco and Cask paid to my husband and myself and as like wise thirty shillings in current money had sold all that tract before mentioned …now being in County King George
Presence William Thornton, john Grant, Daniel Grant,
Bryant Chadwell At court held 3rd Mar 1737

JAEL SHIPPEY & WILLIAM UNDERWOOD

        3a. JAEL SHIPPEY was born about 1690 daughter of Richard SHIPPEY and
        Eleanor MOTT. William UNDERWOOD in Richmond County, Virginia, Jael
        died after 1750 in Brunswick Parish, King George County , Virginia.
       
        Jael SHIPPEY married (1) WILLIAM UNDERWOOD son of WILLIAM
        UNDERWOOD and MARY BUTLER.
       
        William UNDERWOOD born 1677 in Richmond County, Virginia. William
        UNDERWOOD and died about 1726. William was the son of Major William
        UNDERWOOD (1649-1717) of Richmond County, Virginia.

        Jael SHIPPEY married (2) Samuel REEDS, SR. Aft. 1726 in Richmond Co.,
        Virginia son of William REEDS and Anne HALBERT. Samuel was born
        about 1710 in Hanover Parish, Richmond County, Virginia. Samuel died 1750
        in King George County, Virginia -testate.

        May 30th 1750, Jael Reed widow of Samuel Reed of Brunswick Parish, King
        George County, and William Underwood her son conveyed to John Taliaferro of
        St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, 100 acres of land adjoining Col.
        John Taylor, Elizabeth Hackley and the said Taliaferro, for the sum of 110
        pounds current money. (Deeds No. III, page 345, King George County)

        King George County, Virginia Deed Book 3
        Page 130-131 To all Christian people..We Samuel Reids & Jael his wife
        Brunswick Parish King George County …in consideration love towards William
        Underwood son of Jael by William Underwood late of said county former
        husband of said Jael..have granted .. 100 acres in King George County bounded
        …corner tree of tract belonging to Colo John Tayloe now in occupation of Mr
        John Gilbert…corner of Capt John Talliaferro..Mr James Hackely…River bank
        the said land being the sole property of the said Jae by Inheritance from her mother
        Ellenor Shippey daughter of Coheir to Mr George Mott …the said Samuel Reids
        and Jael only reserving in to themselves the use of the land during their natural
        lives 7th March 1745
        Presence Wm Longmire, Isaac Arnold, Josa Lampton Samuel Reeds
        Jael Reeds
        At a court held 7th Mar 1745 Deed of gift recorded.
        Know all men… Iwilliam Underwood..am bound unto Samuel Reeds & Jael his
        wife..in sum of five hundred pounds current money of Virginia 7th Mar 1745/6
        Condition..if suffer unmolested the above named Samuel Reeds & Jael to
        hold…said land during their Natural lives …this obligation to be void otherwise to
        stand. William Underwood
        At a court held 7th Mar 1745….bond recorded.

        Wills of Richmond County, Virginia 1709-1717 Robert K. headley, Jr. Clearfield
        Company, 1993.
        Page 344 William UNDERWOOD Sittenbourne Parish, will written 19 Jul 1717
        Will proved 7 Aug 1717 son John the reversions and reversions of one water mill
        now in the hand of one water mill now in the hands of Richard Tutt and 300 acres
        of land; son William all land and plantation with in the isthmus or neck of land
        where I now live; daughter Mary Tutt 200 acres beginning at the Rich Fork Point;
        daughter Sarah Gilbert; 200 acres beginning at the Beaver Dam; grandsons. John
        and William Thatcher 200 acres of land; daughter Elizabeth Thatcher; executors:
        Sons John and William; witnesses William Pullen, Catherine Pullen, Margaret
        Burke. Page 346 Inventory dated 7 August 1717. Richmond County, Virginia

        Notes for WILLIAM UNDERWOOD:
        Was sworn in as a justice of the peace of the newly formed Richmond County in
        1692
Children of JAEL SHIPPEY and WILLIAM UNDERWOOD

        4a.          Lott UNDERWOOD died about 1773 in Culpepper County, Virginia.
           4b.          Frances UNDERWOOD married William POUND. William POUND
        was born about 1749 in Culpepper County, Virginia. William POUND
        died in 1823.WILLIAM POUND served in the Revolutionary War
      4c. William UNDERWOOD died in 1774, Culpepper County, Virginia.
        William married Ellen HACKLEY Ellen HACKLEY was born in King
        George County., Virginia. Ellen died about.1790 in , Culpepper County,
        Virginia
     4d. John UNDERWOOD was born about1754 John married Susannah
        TEAGLE.
        Prince William County, Virginia Deed Book C page 19 Inventory of
        The estate of John UNDERWOOD deceased made in obedience to the order
        of 20 Nov 1734. Appraiser sworn before collo Harrison. Total Evaluation
        L4,7,0 Richard Higgins, Robet Hedge, Henry Nelson. 19 Feb 1734 George
        Underwood returned his inventory and appraisement.
                   4e. Jaely UNDERWOOD.
        4f. Zachariah UNDERWOOD.
                   4g. Sarah UNDERWOOD married Mr. SCHOOLER.
        4h. Annett UNDERWOOD (male) married Elizabeth TEAGLE

        Marriages of Richmond County Virginia 1668-1853, George H.S. KING,
        Southern Historical Southern Press, 1964. page 221
        UNDERWOOD, William (16??-1726) son of Major William Underwood (16??-
        1717) son of Major William Underwood (16439-1717) of Richmond County
        married Jael Shippy, daughter of Richard and Ellen (Mott) Shippy (q.v.), p. 186.
        she married (2) Samuel Reeds (Reids) who died testate in King George County
        in 1749-50. Jael (Shippy) Underwood reeds left issue by both husbands and
        there is considerable record of these people on the records of King George,
        Culpeper, and Fauquier Counties. King George County DB#3,.130,345 and
        COB#2, p.652, see the Underwood genealogy in 38V 267 et seq.
               
        King George County, Virginia Will Book A-1 1721-1752.- George Harrison
        Sanford King
        Page 44-45
        In the Name of God Amen. I William UNDERWOOD of Sittenbourne
        Parish in ye county of King George being very sick and weak though of perfect
        Mind and memory do make ordain and appoint this my last Will and Testament
        In manner and form following.
        Item: I give and bequeath to my loving son Thomas UNDERWOOD all the
        Peninsula whereon I now dwell after the same manner and on ye same condition
        that my father by his last Will & Testament gave it to me on condition ht if my
        said son Thomas get yt hundred acres of land which was promised to his Mother
        by his grand mother Ellen Shippy then and in that case I give ye aforesaid
        peninsula unto my loving son William UNDERWOOD on ye condition granted
        by my father as aforesaid.
        Item: It is my Will & Desire yt my Loving wife Jael UNDERWOOD have ye use
        of all my personal estate during the time of her natural life and after ye time of
        her death my said personal estate be equally divided among my children. I do
        hereby appoint my loving wife Jael UNERWOOD whole and sole Executrix of
        this m last will and testament hereby revoaking all form wills by me at any time
        made do acknowledge this my last will & Testament as witness my hand and seal
        this 15th day of February 1725.
        It is my will and desire yt my Estate be not appraised.
        Signed Sealed and acknowledged William UNDERWOOD seal
        In the presence of
        John Gilbert James Smith William Pullen
     
        At a court held for King George County on Friday ye second day of September Anno Dom 1726.
        This last will and Testament of William Underwood, deceased, was presented
        into Court by Jael UNDERWOOD his widow and Executrix who made oath
        thereto and the same was also proved by the oaths of William Pullen and James
        Smith two of the Evidences thereto subscribed, is admitted to record.           
        Copy Test T Turner Cl: Cur:

Children of JAEL SHIPPEY and SAMUEL REEDS
          
        4i.           Mildred REEDS married James BROWN.
        4j. Margaret REEDS was born in Westmoreland or King George County,
        Virginia. Margaret died in King George County, Virginia..
        4k. Jalee (JAEL) REEDS was born about 1731 in King George County,
        Virginia and died King George County, Virginia married LANCELOT
        (LOTT) HACKLEY who died in 1798
        4l. Samuel REEDS, JR., was born about 1740 probably in King George County, Virginia and died Feb 1814 at Mount Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky
     
        King George County, Virginia Will Book A-1 1721- 1752 page 234
        In the Name of God Amen. I Samuel REEDS of King George County being sick
        and weak but of perfect sense and memory thanks to almighty God for the same,
        hoping to have a joy full resurrection my desire is to be buried in a Christian
        manner by my executors hereafter names, as touching my worldly estate that it
        hath pleased Almighty God to Bless me with do leave as followeth, vix
        Item: I give to my loving son Samuel Reeds my young horse called Spark and my
        saddle and bridle.
        Item My desire is such that my loving wife Gale (Jael) Reed is to keep all the rest
        of my estate in her hands during her natural life, then to be equally divided
        amongst my three children, Samuel reeds, Gale Reeds, and Mildred Reeds, my
        desire is that my loving son in law William Underwood and my wife Jale
        Executors of this my last will and Testament revoking all other wills by me made.
        My desire is that my estate shall not be appraised. As witness my hand this 4th day
        of November 1749. Sam REEDS
        Signed Sealed & Delivered

        In the presence of
        Josiah Farguson Joseph Hackley
        Elias Powell Thomas Schooler
        At a court held for King George County on Friday March 2, 1749 (1749-1750.
        The Last Will and Testament of Samuel Reeds, deceased was presented in to court
        by William Underwood, his Executor, who made oath thereto and the same was
        proved by the oaths of Josiah Farguson and Elias Powell and admitted to record.
        Copa Test Harry Turner Cl Cur
    
        Margaret married (1) JOHN PIPER in Westmoreland Co., Virginia, son of
        John PIPER and REBECCA EVANS. He was born about 1669 in
        Westmoreland County, Virginia and died before 29 Jun 1698 in
        Westmoreland or King George County, Virginia. .
        Margaret married (2) THOMAS HARPER after 29 Jun 1698 in
        Westmoreland County, Virginia son of Thomas HARPER and Mary
        HARPER. Thomas was born before. 1683 probably in Old Rappahannock
        County, Virginia.

        Notes for MARGARET REEDS:
        PIPER, JOHN, 25 June 1707. Inventory mentions that Thomas Harper had
        married the relic of John Piper. PEPER, JOHN, 29 June 1698. -Westmoreland
        Inventory returned by Margaret the relict. PIPER, JOHN, 25 June 1707.
        Inventory mentions that Thomas Harper had married the relic of John Piper.
          
Children of MARGARET REEDS and JOHN PIPER :
           6a. David PIPER
        6b. John PIPER, was born in 1695 and died d. 1759, Westmoreland
        County, Virginia.
   
JAEL REEDS and Lancelot HACKLEY

        4k. Jalee (JAEL) REEDS was born about 1731 in King George County,
        Virginia Jalee died in King George County, Virginia. Jalee married
        Lancelot (LOTT) HACKLEY who died in 1798.

Samuel REEDS and Sarah HACKLEY

        4l. SAMUEL REEDS, Junior was born about 1740 probably in King George
        County, Virginia Samuel REEDS died in Feb 1814 in Mount Sterling,
        Montgomery County, Kentucky Samuel REEDS, JR. Samuel REEDS
        married Sarah HACKLEY about 1765 in St Mark’s Parish Culpepper
        County, Virginia Sarah HACKLEY was the daughter of JOHN
        HACKLEY and JUDITH BALL. Sarah was born in 1743 Culpepper
        County, Virginia
          
Children of SAMUEL REEDS and SARAH HACKLEY

        5a. Judith REEDS was born between 1765 & 1769 in Virginia Judith
        died 12 Feb 1844 in Louisville, Lincoln County, Missouri Judith
        married Samuel F. BAIRD 28 Jun 1832 in Lincoln County, Missouri
        Samuel was born 26 Apr 1762 at New Hope, Augusta County,
        Virginia. Samuel died 22 Dec 1840 in Louisville, Lincoln, Missouri.

        Notes for SAMUEL F. BAIRD:
        Obit. Abstract: Stanley, Lois; Wilson, George F. and Maryhelen,
        "Death Records of Missouri Men, 1808--1854, (Greenville, S.C.:
        Southern Historical Press, 1990), p.7
        Abstracted from the "Salt River Journal," newspaper, Pike Co., Mo.,
        publ. 12 Jan 1841

        "Samuel BAIRD died near Louisville (Lincoln Co.) 22. Dec., age 80.
        Lived in Washington County, Pennsylvania. was at the Battle of
        Yorktown; moved to Kentucky 1792 and to Missouri, 1827,
        Presbyterian."Buried Louisiana, Pike Co., Missouri. Beard was also
        spelled Baird, especially in the 18th century. See John Craig, Sr. will
        on file. Leaves
        "to my daughter Sarah Beard..."Also mentions Samuel Beard twice,
        indicating one is not Sarah's husband--he mentions his son-in-law
        Samuel Beard who appears to be other than Sarah's husband. *Probably
        was the grandson.

        Samuel Baird was a native of Virginia and served with the Virginia
        Militia at the Battle of Yorktown and capture of Cornwallis. For a few
        years after his marriage he resided at Washington County, Pa.,
        emigrated to Kentucky in 1792, and afterwards to Missouri in 1827.-
        History of Pike County, Missouri.(1883)

      5b. Gale (JALEE) REEDS was born 1770 in Culpepper County,
        Virginia;. Gale died 10 July 1835 at Callaway County, Misssouri

        5c. Armistead Bruce REEDS was born 2 Dec 1777 in Culpeper County,
        Virginia Armisted died 12 May 1850 at Independence, Coles
        County, Illinois lived in Edgar in 1845.
        5d. John H. REEDS was born in 1780 in St Mark’s Parish Culpeper
        County, Virginia John H. REEDS died 14 Aug 1814 in Franklin
        County, Kentucky.
       
        5e. James REEDS was born 1781 in St Mark’s Parish, Culpepper
        County, Virginia James died 23 Jan 1833 in Poplar Grove, Owens
        County, Kentucky
       
        5f. Samuel REEDS III, b. 1783, Montgomery Co., Virginia; d. 1807,
        Jessamine, Kentucky.

        5g. Gabriel REEDS was born 17 July 1785 in Culpeper County, Virginia
        Gabriel died 2 May 1853, in Wellsville, Lincoln County, Missouri.

        5h. William REEDS was born 1787, Lexington, Fayette County,
        Kentucky William died 7 Nov 1861 in Lincoln County, Missouri
        William married Margaret JAMISON about 1808 Jessamine County.,
        Kentucky.
       
        5i. Thomas REEDS was born in 1788, Lexington, Fayette County,
        Kentucky. Thomas died 8 Dec 1871 in Lincoln County, Missouri.

ELIZABETH SHIPPEY AND JAMES HACKLEY

        3b. Elizabeth SHIPPEY daughter of Richard SHIPPEY and Eleanor MOTT was
        born about 1690 in King George County, Virginia and died 1756 in King
        George County, Virginia. Elizabeth SHIPPEY married JAMES HACKLEY,
        son of John HACKLEY and Elizabeth LAMBERT. He was born about 1690 in
        Old Rappahannock County, Virginia James HACKLEY died 1748 in
        Brunswick Parish, King George Co., Virginia.

        King George County, Virginia Deed Abstracts 1753-1773 page 440-441
        Elizabeth Hackley deceased was in her life time at at time of her death
        possessed a certain parcel of land where on Philip Robinson then dwelt in county
        King George containing 150 acres …made her last will and testament in writing
        by her duly published bearing date 28 Sep 1755 died devise: “It is my will that
        my land where on Philip Robinson now lives be sold and money put to interest for
        the use of my three grand children (that is) James Hackley, Joseph Hackley and
        Anne Hackley the sons and daughter of my son Joseph Hackley deceased.” She
        appointed John Hackley her son party to these presents Executor…son after
        making her Will Elizabeth Hackley departed this life without revoking the
        same…John Hackley exposed to Publick sale the above tract for which John Curtis
        party to these presents being highest bidder having offered sum Forty pounds
        current money of Virginia…Now this indenture witnesses that for sum forty pounds
        John Hackley sold John Curtis the right of said Elizabeth Hackley deceased to the
        said parcel of land above described.
        Presence Robt White
        Matthew Bowin, Johhn Payne
        At a court held 1st May 1760…Indenture of Bargain and Sale Acknowledge
        ..admitted to Record.
       

        4a. Mary HACKLEY married Lott UNDERWOOD, son of William
        UNDERWOOD and Jael SHIPPEY. He died 1773 in Culpepper County,
        Virginia. Children are listed above under Lott Underwood.
        4b.          Ellen HACKLEY married (1) ROBERT DONIPHAN, JR, son of
        Robert DONIPHAN and MARY WILTON. He died Bet. 1743 - 1744 in
        Brunswick Parish, King George County, Virginia Ellen married (2)
        Thomas STUBBLEFIELD. Thomas died in 1757 in Culpeper County,
        Virginia.
        4c           Lancelot (LOTT) HACKLEY died in 1798 Lott married Jalee (JAEL)
        REEDS Jalee was bon about 1731, in King George County, Virginia. Lott
        died in King George County, Virginia
        4d. Francis HACKLEY, was born 6 May 1740 in King George County, Virginia
        Francis died in Anderson County, Kentucky
        4e James HACKLEY was born about 1742. James married Mary FREEMAN 14
        Jun In Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia, daughter of JAMES
        FREEMAN, SR
        4f. Lucy HACKLEY married William JOHNSON
        4g. Joseph HACKLEY died before 1788 in Culpeper County, Virginia Joseph
        married MARY DUNCAN, daughter of ROBERT DUNCAN and ANN
        GALLOP. Mary was born in Culpeper County, Virginia.
        4h. RICHARD HACKLEY
        4i.            JOHN HACKLEY,was born in King George County, Virginia and died 1 Oct
        1767 in King George County, Virginia. John married JUDITH BALL about
        1734 in Culpepper Co., Virginia, daughter of SAMUEL BALL and ANNA
        TAYLOR. Judith Balle was born 1718 in Culpeper County, Virginia.

        King George County, Virginia Will Book A-1 1721 - 1752 page 203-204
        In the name of God Amen. I James Hackley of the parish of Brunswick in the
        County of King George being sick and weak of body but of perfect mind and
        memory do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form
        following:
     
        Item: I give and bequeath to my loving son John Hackley all that divident of
        land lying in Essex County to him and his heirs forever, and if any dispute should
        arise and the said land be taken away then I give my loving son John Hackley and
        equal share of my land in Prince William with my other five sons to him and his
        heirs forever.
        Item I give and bequeath unto my loving sons Joseph, Lott, Richard, James and
        Francis HACKLEY all my lands lying in Prince William County to be equally
        divided between them, to tem and their heirs forever, but if it chance that any of
        my aforesaid sons should dye before they arrive to the age of twenty one years
        their parts so dying before they arrive to the age of twenty one years their should
        dye before they arrive to the age of Twenty one years their parts so dying shall be
        equally divided amongst the survivors.
        Item: It is my desire that my loving wife Elizabeth Hackley have the use and
        advantage of all my labouring negroes (vis) Captain Diane and Pender during her
        natural life and after her decease them and all the rest of my negroes to be equally
        divided amongst all my children then living.
        Item: and as to the horses and mares which I have not yet given to my children. I
        leave to the disposal of my living wife Elizabeth Hackley.
       
        Item: It is my will and desire that my loving wife Elizabeth Hackley have the use
        and advantage of all the rest of my personal estate during her natural life and after
        her deceased to be equally divided amongst all my children then living, but as to the
        ready cash which I have by me with which I intended to buy two young negro boys,
        I desire it may be put to the same use by my executors and my Executrix hereafter
        mentioned. It is my desire that my loving wife Elizabeth Hackely, my sons and
        John and Joseph HACKLEY, be Executrix and Executors of this my last Will and
        Testament, utterly revoking all former wills by me at any time made, I do hereby
        acknowledge this my last Will and Testament. As witness my hand and seale this
        second day of November 1741.

        It is my will and desire that my estate may not be appraised. James Hackley

        Signed Sealed and Acknowledged
        In the presence of us
        John Gilbert
        Samuel Reeds
        John Carter
       
        At a Court held for King George County on Friday the 6th day of May 1748.

        The Last Will and Testament of James Hackley, deceased, was presented into Court
        by his Executors who made oath thereto and the same was proved by the oaths of
        Samuel Reeds and John Carter and admitted to record. Copa Test Harry Turner Cl
        Cur

        King George County, Virginia 1752-1780 Antient Press page 50-51 Antient Press
        Will of Elizabeth Hackley. I Elizabeth Hackley of parish of Brunswick and county of
        King George.. It is my will that my land whereon Phill Robinson now lieves be sold
        and the money put to interest for the use of my three grandchildren that is James
       Hackley, Joseph Hackley and Ann Hackley sons and daughter of my son Joseph
      Hackley deceaed …to my son Lott Hackley my gray horse called Batcheldor. To my
      son Francis Hackley my sorrel horse butter; to my son James Hackley the bay mare
      which is called his also my Rown mare Phenix; to my Daughter Lucy Hackley the mare
      colt that now suck Phenix…appoint my son John Hackley executor …tis 28th day of
      September 1755.
      Lott Hackley, James Hackley
      At a court held 5th August 1756.. will presented into court and admitted to record and
      George Morton, having made further oath the he saw Lott Hackley and James Hackley
      sign the name.

Children of ELIZABETH SHIPPEY and JAMES HACKLEY

LOTT UNDERWOOD AND MARY HACKLEY

        4a. LOTT UNDERWOOD married Mary HACKLEY daughter of James
        HACKLEY and Elizabeth SHIPPEY Lott died 1773 in Culpepper Co.,
        Virginia. Lott UNDERWOOD was the son of William UNDERWOOD and
        Jael SHIPPEY. Lott died in 1773 in Culpeper County, Virginia.
        5a. FRANCES UNDERWOOD was born before 1759 in King George
        County, Virginia. Frances married William POUND. William was born
        In 1849 and died in 1823 in Culpeper County, Virginia. William was a
        Revolutionary War Soldier
        6a. Capt Richard POUND was born about 1782. Richard married Amy
        LYON who was born in 1783 and died in 1860. Amy married
        Secondly George CHANCELLOR, Esquire who was born in
        1785 and died in 1836. George lived in Chancellorsville,
        Spotsylvania County, Virginia
        7a. Frances Longwill POUND was born in 1803 and died in 1892 at
        Oak Grove, Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Frances married
        Major Sanford CHANCELLOR who was born in 1791 and died
        In 1860 in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Sanford Chancellor
        Was a Veteran of the War of 1812.
        8a. Susan Margaret CHANCELLOR was born in 1847 and died
        in 1935 and lived in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Susan
        married Captain Vespacian CHANCELLOR about 1893.
        Vespacian was born in 1838 and died in 1908. Vespacian
        was the grand son of George CHANCELLOR and Ann
        5b. WILLIAM UNDERWOOD was born in 1759 in Culpeper County,
        Virginia William died in 1850 in Georgia
        5c. ELIZABETH UNDERWOOD.
        5d. JAELY UNDERWOOD.
        5e. MARY UNDERWOOD.

Robert DONIPHAN married Ellen HACKLEY and Thomas STUBBLEFIELD

        4b.           Ellen HACKLEY married (1) ROBERT DONIPHAN, JR, son of
        Robert DONIPHAN and MARY WILTON. He died Bet. 1743 - 1744 in
        Brunswick Parish, King George County, Virginia Ellen married (2)
        Thomas STUBBLEFIELD. Thomas died in 1757 in Culpeper County,
        Virginia.
        NOTE: See Robert DONIPHAN Junior family in the DONIPHAN Chapter

        NOTE: THOMAS STUBBLEFIELD:
        STUBBLEFIELD, GEORGE, Gentl., Spotsylvania County, Virginia died . Sept.
        11, 1751, Proved . June 2, 1752. Wit. W. Robinson; Agatha Robinson, Jo.
        Brock. Ex. brother, Thomas Stubblefield; wife, Catharine Stubblefield; friend,
        Majr.

           Child of ELLEN HACKLEY and THOMAS STUBBLEFIELD
:
        5a. Nancy Slaughter STUBBLEFIELD was bonr 1754 and died after. 1788,
        in Stubblefield, Virginia.

        4c            Lancelot (LOTT) HACKLEY died in 1798 Lott married Jalee (JAEL) REEDS
        Jalee was bon about 1731, in King George County, Virginia. Lott died in King
        George County, Virginia
       
        4d. Francis HACKLEY, was born 6 May 1740 in King George County, Virginia
        Francis died in Anderson County, Kentucky
       
        Francis married Fannie LIGHTFOOT 1768, daughter of GOODRICH
        LIGHTFOOT and Elizabeth SLAUGHTER. Francis was born 19 Feb 1753 in
        Culpeper County, Virginia and died 10 Oct 1825 in Anderson County, Kentucky
           5a. Elizabeth HACKLEY was born 27 July 1769 in Orange County, Virginia.
        Elizabeth died before 1841.

        4e           James HACKLEY was born about 1742. James married Mary FREEMAN 14 Jun
1771          in Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia, daughter of JAMES FREEMAN,
    SR

        James FREEMAN Senior Will (Will not complete)
        “To my youngest daughter Sally, to have feather bed and household furniture with
        full benefits and profits of part of her Grandfather, George William’s estate, which
        was bequeathed to her Mother - this to descend at her Mother’s death. Wife,
        Margaret Freeman, to have 1/3 of estate during her life. Grandson, Gollop Freeman
        (alias Duncan) household goods. Sons Garrett and Nathaniel, personal estate and
        slaves. Daughter Mary Hackley (wife of James) to have 30 shillings -she has
        received her share. Daughter Elinor Silman (wife of Joseph) 10 pounds currency.
        Sons, William James, Garrett, Nathaniel Freeman; and daughter Elizabeth Fletcher
        (wife of John) to have money from sale of land. Executors- Wife, sons, William and
        James. Witnessed by Samuel Wharton, William Williams, James Routt."
        Will copied by Mike Wennin
        James Sr. was first married to Mary Compton in 1765 and then to Margaret
        Williams on 26th of March 1782. Sally must have been the daughter of Margaret
        and the rest of the children were Mary’s. I also have the will of George Williams,
        father of Margaret if anyone is interested. The 1787 Tax list of Fauquier Co. shows
        James Sr. paying tax on 8 slaves (5 over 16), 8 horses and 13 cattle. James’ father
        was also James who died in 1763 in Prince William County, Virginia. His mother's
        name was Elizabeth. James must have been a tobacco farmer as there is legal
        documentation mentioning him and 1000 pounds of tobacco. Neighbors of James
        in the late 1780's were George Williams, Charles Duncan, William Settle and others.
        Mike Wennin

Child of JAMES HACKLEY and MARY FREEMAN
       
        5a. Samuel HACKLEY.

        4f. Lucy HACKLEY married William JOHNSON

Joseph HACKLEY and Mary DUNCAN
    
        4g.           Joseph HACKLEY died before 1788 in Culpeper County, Virginia Joseph
        married MARY DUNCAN, daughter of ROBERT DUNCAN and ANN
        GALLOP. Mary was born in Culpeper County, Virginia.
        5a. Ann HACKLEY.
        5b. James HACKLEY.
        5c. Joseph HACKLEY

        4h.           RICHARD HACKLEY.
     
John HACKLEY and Judith BALL

        4i. .          JOHN HACKLEY was born in King George County, Virginia and died 1 Oct
1767          in King George County, Virginia. John married JUDITH BALL about
1734 in Culpepper Co., Virginia, daughter of SAMUEL BALL and ANNA TAYLOR. Judith Balle was born 1718 in Culpeper County, Virginia.
   
        Note: for JOHN HACKLEY:
        Gen. and Hist. Note on Culpeper Co., Va
        John Hackley, died in Oct. 1768; his four eldest daughters married Peter Taliaferro,
        Richard Hackley, Samuel Reeds and Jas. Jameson
       
        Note for JUDITH BALL: In the maternal line Miss Stone traces her descent from
        William Ball, whose brother Joseph was the father of Mary (Ball) Washington, the
        mother of George Washington. Thomas Jameson married Judith Ball Hackley,
        daughter of Judith Ball, who in turn was a daughter of Samuel Ball. The last named
        was a son of William Ball, brother of Joseph Ball, who was the father of Mary (Ball)
        Washington. The Ball family settled in Virginia in 1650. Every will written by the
        members of this old and distinguished family is in the possession of Miss Stone. She
        likewise has many old letters--veritable historical documents--which have been in
        the family since before 1800, as well as all the old family Bibles. Miss Stone is also
        related to the old and honored Higgins family of Tennessee and Georgia.

        Will of John Hackley. I John Hackley of King George County bequeath to my loving
        wife Judith Hackley the use of my whole estate ..whereas I am indebted to several
       persons my will is that my estate be kept together for eight years to come the better for
       my loving wife to discharge my several debts… after eight years my estate to be
      equally divided amongst my loving wife and all my children ast they shall come to
      age… I leave the use of my Lott and lands in Culpeper County to my loving
      wife…after to be sold and the money equally divided between my sons James Hackley,
      Samuel Hackley, John Hackley and as my wife is not with child…if it should prove to
      be a son.. to have an equal part with my other sons, and if a girl to have an equal part
     with my other daughters… I leave my loving wife Judith Hackley my sole
     Executrix..this 8th day of 1760.

           5a. ANN HACKLEY was born 1740 Ann married PETER TALIAFERRO,
        Culpeper County, Virginia. Peter was born 12 Dec 1739/1740 in
        Virginia
       
        5b. ELIZABETH HACKLEY was born in 1741 and married . RICHARD
        HACKLEY, Culpepper County, Virginia. 1st cousin of Elizabeth Hackley
       
        5c. SARAH HACKLEY was born 1743 possibbly. Culpepper County,
        Virginia.
    
        5d. LUCY HACKLEY was born . 1746, Virginia 8 Jan 1826 in Montgomery
        County, Kentucky Lucy married James Madison JAMESON Lucy died about 1810 in Kentucky
       
        5e. JOHN HACKLEY,III, was born in 1748 and died 16 Mar 1799 in
        Culpeper County, Virginia. Genealogy and History Notes on
        Culpeper County, Virginia. John Hackley, Mar. 16, 1799; owned land in the
        "Western country." Speaks of his Uncle, Wm. Ball. of his bros. in law, Thos.
        Jameson, m. Lucy Hackley, Sam'l. Reed, married Sarah Hackley, Richard
        Hackley, m. Elizabeth Hackley, and of his sister, Ann Taliaferro, of his uncle
        and aunt Barrow, of his bro. Jas. Hackley, of Fanny Ball Long, dau. of
        Gabriel Long, and Fanny Ball Thomas, dau. of Edw. Ball Thomas, of Ky. June
        15, 1801.

        5f. Samuel HACKLEY was born in 1749

      5g. James HACKLEY was born 1 Aug 1751 in Culpepper County,
        Virginia and died 17 Sep 1841in Woodford County, Kentucky
       
        5h. Judith BALL HACKLEY was born in 1759 and died . 1825,
        Montgomery County, Kentucky and is buried Mt. Sterling, Kentucky.
       
MARY SHIPPEY

3c. MARY SHIPPEY

WHO IS THIS JOHN MOTT?

Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1690-1709
Page 88

In the Name of God Amen, I John Mott being sick & weake but of sound and perfecte sense & memory make this my last Will & Testament., my Soul I give to All-mighty God yt: gave it me, and my body to ye Earth to be decently buried as my Executors after named shall think fitt: And for settling my temporal Estate which it hath pleased God to bestow upon me. I give & advise as followeth:

Imprs. My Will is ye: all my debts & funerall charges be paid.

Item: I give unto my son John Mott, all my Land I have both where I live now and eice Where yt: shall in wright belonge to me, to him his heires lawfully begotten of his own body. And if itt shall please God to take him & he have no heirs. I give my said land unto my three daughters: Ann Mott, Mary Mott, Ann my daughter in law to be equally divided amongst them:

Item. My Will is yt: my two daughter, Ann & Mary, have the privilidge to live here & work in ye ground untill they shall marry if they please.

Item: I give unto my daughter, Ann Mott, one fethered boulster rugg & blanketts.

Item. I give unto my Daughter, Mary Mott, a bed tick filled with feathers & flocks mixed together a boulster rugg & blankets.

Item. I give unto my two daughters, Ann & Mary, one young mare aged about foure yeares & her increase equally betwixt them forever.

Item. I give unto my daughter, Winifred, a flock bed boulster rugg and blankett,

Item. I give unto my Grand Daughter, Sarah Wells, an ewe lamb;

Item. I give under my three Children, John, Ann & Mary Mott, all my cattle, sheep, and hoggs only what is given before to be equally devided between them with all other household good, only Ann & Mary to have choice of ye pots.

Lastly, I nominate & appoint my loveing Son, John Mott, to be my wholes & sole Exer., of this my last Will & Testament, anulling & making all other Wills by me formerly and made either by word or writing & this only to be my last Witness my hand this 6th day of February 1698/9.

Teste: John Chattin JOHN MOTT

Probate Last Will and Testament in Cur Com Lancastr; nono die Martii 1699 proved by oathers of John Charrin and George Carpenter & recorded secundo die July
        Teste Jos: Tayloe, Cl Cur

Northumberland County, Virginia
Randolph MOTT married Lucy HAMMOND 28 Dec 1792 Randolph Mott sec
Randolph MOTT (widower married Nancy NELMS 20 Feb 1796 Thomas Pollard sec.

Fauquier County, Virginia Marriages
MOTT, Wm married Mary WELCH 22 AUG 1785 Bondsman Sylvester WELCH
MOTT, Wm married Sally LAWLER 25 Dec 1797 daughter of James LAWLER
GREEN, James married Frances Ann MOTT 4 JUN 1835 Bondsman James Herty
O’BANNON, Willie married Mary E MOTT 4 JAN 1827 Bondsman Prisley O’BANNON

1a. John Organ / Ogden MORRISON
        2a. Steptoe MORRIS was born about 1795. Steptoe married Sarah (Sally) Scott on
        19 Aug 1816 in Barren County Kentucky. Poinsett Co, Arkansas 1850 census
        with children listed as M. A., W. B., J. S., Almarinda, and M. E. Morrison,
        neighbors of James Scott, Sally's brother, and his wife Mary (Polly)Farley.
        William B. Morrison, son of a different Morrison, I think, married Frances Scott,
        another daughter of Francis Scott and his wife Margaret Smith. Francis was born
        about 1795. submitted by Barbara Scott Wyche.

Richmond County, Virginia
Marriages of Richmond County Virginia 1668-1853 George H.S. King Southern
Historical Press 1964
DOBYNS, Edward and Sally MOTT BOND 26 Dec 1797. William Alderson
(bondsman) Frederick DOBYNS witness and Nancy Mott Witness
HARDING, James and Ann GLASCOCK bond 13 May 1794 Joseph Mott bondsman.
MOTT, James of Northumberland Count and Ellen PULLEN, bond 18 January 1791
      Jeduthum Pullen (bondsman) Moses Pullen witness
MOTT, Joseph and Tabitha DOBYNS BOND 28 May 1794. Consent by Amney Dobyns
Mother of the bride. Joseph tapscott bondsman Joseph How Junior witness

The Complete Book Of Emigrants 1607-1660 Peter Wilson Coldham page 151
     1635 from Cambridge, Adam Mott, Tailor, 39 his wife Sara 31, children John 14, Adam 12, Jonathan, Elizabeth, and Mary 4; Henry Stevens, Mason 24; John Sheppard 36 his wife Margaret 31 and child Thomas 3 months.

1638 Passengers from Southampton “Adam Mott tailor 19 (1619)

1648 23 Dec Deposition by Samuel MOTT, Goldsmith of London aged 33 on behalf of Richard Arnold Vintner Jun 1648…

Prisoners
1635 Obligation Richard Colchester, Essex Master the Thomas and John from Robert Eubanks of St Katherine by the Tower…Thomas MOTT.

HOW ARE THESE ARMSTRONG FAMILIES RELATED?

1a. John ARMSTRONG married Margery. John died before 5 Apr 1751
        2a. Eliza ARMSTRONG
        2b. Ellenor ARMSTRONG
       
King George County, Virginia Will Book A-1 1712-1752 page 257-258
In the Name of God Amen. I John Armstrong of the Parish of Brunswick in the County of King George being sick and weak of body but of sound mind and memory do make this my last will and testament in manner and form following.
       Item: I give and bequeath to my loving wife Margery ARMSTRONG all my estate real and personal during her widowhood and in case she should marry or at her deceased to be equally divided between my two daughters. Eliza Armstrong and Ellenor Armstrong.
Lastly I nominate constitute and appoint my loving wife my whole and sole executrix of this my last Will & Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seale this 31st day of January 1750/1.
        John X Armstrong
Signed Sealed & Delivered
To be his Last Will and
Testament in presence of us
Jos X Armstrong
John Taliaferro
Nicho Pallamounter

At a Court held for King George County on Friday April 5th 1751.
The Last Will & Testament of John Armstrong deceased was presented into court by Margery Armstrong his Widow and Executrix who made oath thereto and the same was proved by the oaths of Joseph Armstrong and John Taliaferro and admitted to record.
Copa Test Harry Turner Cl Cur

HOW ARE THESE GRANT FAMILIES RELATED?

1a. George GRANT was born 30 Nov 1740 in King George County, Virginia. George
        GRANT married Mary SHACKLEFORD 12 Mar 1771.
        Mary SHACKLEFORD was born 20 Jan 1752 the daughter of James
        SHACKLEFORD and Elizabeth SCOTT
1b. Daniel GRANT

THE GRANT FAMILY. Ann Grant was born 14 Apr 1777) Ann was daughter of George Grant was born 30 Nov1740), Surveyor of Roads in Fauquier County (Order Book, 1773-80, p. 436). George Grant married Mary Shackleford, date of marriage bond, March 12, 1771 ("Virginia Marriages," by Crozier, under Fauquier County). Mary Shackleford, born January 20, 1752, was daughter of James Shackleford, of Fauquier County (born 1725) and Elizabeth Scott, his wife; he was the son of John Shackleford (born about 1700) of Fauquier County and Ann his wife. This John Shackleford is believed to have been son of James Shackleford of Gloucester County, who married July 14, 1687, Elizabeth, daughter of Christopher Robins of Gloucester County, Virginia (Register of Christ Church, Middlesex County, Virginia;
Hening's Page 104

Statutes of Virginia, Vol. IV, p. 461). James Shackleford of Gloucester County was son of Roger Shackleford, who patented land in Gloucester County, November 20, 1678, was Vestryman and Warden of Pettsworth Parish, Gloucester County, 1680, 1681, 1683, 1684, and who is styled "Mr. Roger Shackleford" in the Parish Register. The authority for this Shackleford lineage is a manuscript pedigree left by the late Dr. John Shackleford (born 1801), of Maysville, Kentucky, and genealogical notes furnished by Mr. Joel W. Shackleford of Denver, Colorado.

March 24, 1723, "William Grant conveys land to his three sons, John, William and Daniel." John was then living in Hanover Parish, King George County (King George County records).

Page 108
William Grant and Margaret, his wife, from Ann Glendening, dated April 29, 1724, in King George County; "William and Mary Quarterly," Vol. XVII, page 78; Vol. XVI, page 290-1).

Page 106
Watts, the hymnologist (Hayden's "Virginia Genealogies," page 601; "William and Mary Quarterly," Vol. IV, p. 266). Her sister, Mary, married Colonel Richard Blackburn of Ripon Lodge, Virginia, whose home in England was Ripon Lodge, Yorkshire. Her sister, Jane, married Andrew Monroe (who also had a second wife, Margaret Washington), and their son was Spence Monroe, father of President James Monroe ("William and Mary Quarterly," Vol. XVI, p. 66). Margaret Grant's brother, John Watts, was "Gentleman Justice" of Westmoreland County, October 18, 1737. He mentions in his will, proved in Westmoreland County, March 27, 1754, "Sister Margaret Grant."

Margaret Grant was the daughter of Richard Watts, of Westmoreland County,
whose will was proved October 13, 1716. She was of the same family in England as Dr.

       
THREE MEN NAMED WILLIAM GRANT

1.. William GRANT married Margaret GLENDENING before 1723 in King
        George County, Virginia. William GRANT died before 4 Jun 1736 in King
        George County, Virginia

        Margaret GLENDENING died after William GRANT.
        Did Margaret marry a Mr WHITE after William GRANT died?
       
2. William GRANT Senior married Elizabeth. William’s will was written 24 Jan
        1726/7. His will was proved in King George County, Virginia 1 Feb 1733/4
       
        2a. William GRANT was born about 1705 and died about 4 May 1733
        in King George County, Virginia. William married Mary

WILLIAM GRANT SENIOR

        1a. William GRANT Senior married Elizabeth. William’s will was written 24 Jan
        1726/7. His will was proved in King George County, Virginia 1 Feb 1733/4
       
        2a. William GRANT was born about 1705 and died about 4 May 1733
        in King George County, Virginia. William married Mary
        5a. Elizabeth GRANT married Anderson DONIPHAN
        5b. Mary GRANT

        King George County, Virginia Deed Book 3 pp 394-298
        Indenture made 4th 5th April 1751 between Anderson DONIPHAN and
        Elizabeth his wife of Brunswick Parish County of one part and Jane Payne of
        Hanover Parish King George … by deeds of lease and release..for sum Thirty
        one pounds five shillings lawfull money of Virginia sold 90 acres it being one
        moiety of 180 acres as devised by the last will of William Grant the Elder
        deceased to his son William Grant the Younger(who was the father of the said
        Elizabeth Doniphan party to these presents and who by his Will did devise the
        same together with this personal estate to be equally divided between his
        daughter vizt the aforesaid Elizabeth and Mary Grant.
        Presence of Wm Bruce, Wm Jameson Andr. Doniphan
        Thos Jett Eliza Doniphan

        At court held 5th Apr 1751 …deeds of lease and released together with receipt for
        consideration money (the said Elizabeth being privately examined …her free
        consent thereto)…recorded

        King George County, Virginia Deed Book 2 page 216-219 1734 The estate of
        William Grant Dr Mar 26 - to boarding Clothing washing and making for
        Elizabeth Grant and Mary Grant orphans 4 years ending 24 Mar 1737

        2b. John GRANT, was born about 1708 and died before 1 July 1762, King
        George County, Virginia married
(1)          HESTER FOOTE married 17 Aug 1727 in Saint Paul’s, Stafford County,
        Virginia Hester FOOTE died 25 May 1746 (International Genealogical
        Index)
(2)          Margaret Watts STROTHER
(3)          ELIZABETH PANNILL (widow of Charles BRUCE) of King George
        County, Virginia
       
     2c. DANIEL GRANT was born in 1711 probably in King George or Richmond
        County, Virginia. Daniel married Mary PANNELL 28 Jan 1742 daughter of
        William PANNELL and Frances STERNE of Richmond County, Virginia.
        They had five daughters . Daniel died in Caroline County, Virginia. He was
        the youngest son of three sons of William and Elizabeth Grant of Richmond
        and King George County, Virginia.
       
2d. Jane GRANT married JOHN GLENDENING III 30 Jan 1745-46 in Stafford
        County, Virginia (No Proof she is a daughter)

WILLIAM GRANT SENIOR

        William married secondly Alice who eloped on him and abused William.
    
        William GRANT apparently co habitated with a lady named Catherine TAYLOR
        COB#1 page 263-264
        “Futhermore, it isstated that he is a man of “very ill behaviour” and the Court
        placed him under bond of 40L sterling to keep the peace and to pay his wife, Alice,
        one thousand pounds of tobacco on the first day of March annually for her
        maintenance and also not to cohabit with Catherine Taylor

        By a codicil he left Catherine Taylor several legacies of considerable value and not
        receiving them promptly she brought suit versus John and Daniel Grant executors of
        his estate.
       
        King George County, Virginia Will Book A-1 1712-1752 Page 101-102
        Will of William GRANT Senior
       
        In the Name of God Amen. I William Grant of Sittenburn Parish in the County
        of King George being well in body and perfect sense and memory thanks be to
        God for the same, do make ordain this my last will and testament.in manner and
        form following: viz

        Imprimis: I give and bequeath all my Goods & Chattels upon my own plantation
        in the freshes which I bought of Cornelius Edmonds, deceased, to my eldest son
        John Grant and his heirs forever and the same plantation and land I give between
        my two sons John and Daniel and the survivor of them and their heirs forever.

        Item, I give and bequeath all the plantation and land whereon I now dwell to my
        son William Grant and his heirs forever. And whereas I gave formerly by deed
        of Gift given to my son John two negroes named George and Harry and an Indian
        Slave named Jo; To my son William two negroes name Mall and Sambo; To my
        son Daniel two negroes named Peg and Jenny and all their future increase and one
        negro man named Toney which his brother and John bought of Ausilem Bennet to
        him and his heirs forever.

        Item I give and bequeath to my son Daniel two feather beds and furniture, one
        flock bed and furniture, three new pewter dishes one small one four large basons,
        six milk pans, a quart tankard, a pint tankard, three porrigers, one dozen of plates,
        one great large Iron Pot, two small one, a brass skellet with my own horse, bridle,
        saddle, holsters, two pistols and all materials belonging to a trooper.

        Item: I bequeath to my son William and Daniel all my stock of Chattels Hogs upon
        my own plantation.

        Item: I bequeath unto my son Daniel a servant woman named Elizabeth
        Vendinauther with all my wearing apparel.
       
        Item: I give to my son William Grant two feather beds, one flock bed and their
        furniture, all my horses, mares, and all materials what is not willed to be divided
        amongst my three sons John, William and Daniel also if any debts come against me
        or my estate for my three sons John William and Daniel to pay it, an equal part of
        payment.
        Item: I give unto my wife Alce one shilling sterling, she being eloped from me
        and her basely abusing of me.
        Item: I make and constitute and ordain my said three sons, John, William & Daniel
        Grant to be full and sole Executors of this my Last Will and Testament revoking all
        other wills by me heretofore made and confirming this and no other to be my last
        will and Testament. I appoint Colo Nicholas Smith and Majr George Eskridge to be
        trustees
        1733/4
        of this my last Will and Testament. As Witness my hand and seal this 24th of January 1726/7. William (his mark) Grant
        sealed and delivered in the
        presence of us.
        George Etteridge
        Thomas Stibling
        John (his mark) Caddell
        At a court held for King George County 1st day of February 1733 (1733/4)
        The last will and Testament of William Grant, deceased, was presented into Court by
        John Grant and Daniel Grant who made oath thereto and the same was proved by the
        oaths of Thomas Stribling one of the witnesses thereto who also made oath he saw
        Francis Etteridge another of the witnesses evidence the same which is admitted to
        record. Copa Test T Turner Cl Cur
        January the 4th 1733/4

        This last Will and Testament of William Grant. My will is that the labour of my two
        negroes Jenny & Sarah shall be for the maintenance of my son Williams Grant’s two
        children.
        Item I give and bequeath to Catherine Taylor the bed that lyeth under my bed whereon
        I now lye with the bed cloths belonging to it.
        Item: Three pound eight shillings due by account from Anne Edmunds
        Item Twenty shillings due by account from John Brown
        Item. One inspectors note of 730 pounds of tobacco.
        Item: Her reident on my dwelling plantation till Christmas next with corn and meat to subsist on. Anthony Carnabe
        At a court held for King George County the 1st day of February 1733 (1733/4)
        Anthony Carnaby presented the above Nuncupative Codicil into Court and made oath
       and made oath that the deceased William Grant desired him to take notice thereof and
       the same was ordered to go with the Will and to be admitted to record.

WILLIAM GRANT JUNIOR
      
        2a. WILLIAM GRANT was born before 1723 William died about 4 May 1733
        in King George County, Virginia. William married Mary
        page 238 William Grant Junior (1707 died late 1732) was murdered late in
        1732, there are some particulars in COB #1 page 635, 4 May 1733 it is noted
        that his widow, Mary Grant presented his will in court but declared that
        she would not accept the provisions made for her in said testament…..
        6a. Elizabeth GRANT married Anderson DONIPHAN gentleman (born about 1720 and died 1761
        6b. Mary GRANT William Wright of Prince William County and he as a gentleman Justice there in 1746.
        John Grant (1707-1762) became the executor of Elizabeth Grant and Mary
        Grant.
       
        King George County, Virginia Will Book A-1 1712-1752 Page 98
        Will of William GRANT Junior
        In the Name of God Amen. I William GRANT Junior, being sick and weak yet
        in perfect sense. First I return my soul to God that gave it and my body to the
        earth, then my will and desire is that after my debts are paid that my well
        beloved wife Mary Grant should enjoy all my whole estate both real and
        personal during her widowhood & my desire after if my wife should marry again
        that my brother John Grant should take my two children and take care of them
        until they come to the age of eighteen years and that my estate be equally
        divided between my two children Eliza and Mary. I appoint my beloved wife
        Mary Grant and my brother John Grant my sole Executors. Witness my hand and
        seal.
        Test: Charles Dean
        John Briscoe William (his mark) Grant
        At a Court held for King George County the 4thday of May 1733.
        The Last will and Testament of William Grant was presented into Court by Mary
        Grant his Widdow and John Grant his Executors who made oath thereto and the
        same was proved by the oath of Charles Dean and admitted to record. Copa Test:
        T. Turner Cl Cur
        Inventory page 161

        4b John GRANT, was born about 1708 and died before 1 July 1762, King
        George County, Virginia married (1) HESTER FOOTE married 17 Aug
        1727 in Saint Paul’s, Stafford County, Virginia Hester FOOTE died 25 May
        1746 (International Genealogical Index)
        Married (2) Margaret Watts STROTHER
        Married (3) ELIZABETH PANNILL (widow of Charles BRUCE) of King
        George County, Virginia
        5a. John GRANT
        5b. Daniel GRANT
        5c. George GRANT
        5d. William GRANT
        5e. Elizabeth Bruce GRANT
        5f. Rosamond Wright GRANT married John WRIGHT vestryman of Saint
        George Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia. John died about 1787
        5g. Margaret GRANT
        5h. Mary GRANT
       
        King George County, Virginia page 242-244
        Will of John Grant. I John GRANT of king George County..give to my two
        daughters Margaret and Mary the Hose and Mare that is called theirs…as for the
        rest of my estate I have a deed of gift duly executed disposed of same which said
        deed remains among the records of King George County… my will the annual
        sum of Ten pounds current which is to be paid to my wife Elizabeth be amid
        among all my children;; is to be paid to my wife Elizabeth be paid among all my
        children and appoint my friends George, Morton, David Bronaugh, John Wright
        and my sons John Grant George Grant and William Grant executors ..this 16th day
        of June 1762…
        Presence of John S. Woodcock,
        John Wright John Grant
        At a court held…1st July 1762… will presented into court. Admitted to record.

        John Grant's will was proved in King George County, July 1, 1762. He mentions
        his estates in Prince William County, Virginia (*)Genealogy of the Bruce family,
        Virginia Magazine, Vol. xii, pp. 451-2, "Manors of Virginia in Colonial Times,"
        by Sale, p. 270.
     
        King George Deed Book A
        Page 280-281
        Know all men.. I John Grant of parish Brunswick and county King George in
        consideration of the natural love and affection which I bear to my sons and
        daughters to wit John Grant, Daniel Grant, George Grant, William Grant,
        Elizabeth Bruce, Rosamond Wright, Margaret Grant and Mary Grant and for their
        future advancement in the world give them all my estate reserving to my self the
        same during my natural life and after my decease serving to myself the same
        during my natural life and after my deceased to descend as follows - I give to my
        son John Grant all that parcel of land give to me by my father William Grant & two
        negroes; to my sons Daniel Grant and George Grant all the land I hold in Prince
        William County to be equally divided between them; to my son William Grant all
        the lands I purchased of John Corbin & Stephen Hansford..to my daughter Mary
        one negro girl; to my daughter Margaret one feather bed and furniture; give to my
        sons and daughters named again eight negroes and their future increase to be
        equally divided between them…7th July 1757
        Presence William Payne
        Ger Banks John Grant
        At a court held 7th July 1757 deed of gift acknowledge .. admitted to record

Pages 281-282 King George County, Virginia Deed abstracts 1753-1773
Indenture Tripartite made 7th July 1757 between John Grant of King George County Gent of one part and Elizabeth Bruce of said county Widow of other part witnesseth that John Grant in consideration of a marriage intended shortly between John Grant and Elizabeth Bruce that a competent provision may be made (her) in case she survives John Grant after the intended marriage….grant for her jointure & full satisfaction of her dower or Thirds which she may claim.. the sum of Ten pounds current money of Virginia to be paid her yearly during her natural life…and Elizabeth Bruce for herself doth agree she will accept the sum in bar of her Dower & Thirds
Presence W. Bruce John Grant
Ger Banks, William Elizabeth BRUCE
At court held 7th July 1757 This deed Tripartite was proved admitted to record.

        Page 107
        Prince William and King George Counties. In a deed, dated July 7, 1757, and
        recorded in King George County, he mentions his children, namely, John, Daniel,
        George, William, Elizabeth Bruce, Rosamond Wright,(*) Margaret and Mary. In
        the same deed he mentions his father, William Grant, from whom he inherited
        land. Family tradition states that William Grant came from Scotland, and was a
        gentleman of the Highland clan of Grant. He was in Virginia in 1721. There is a
        deed, June 30, 1721, from "Cornelius Edmunds, of Sittenburn Parish, King George
        County, to William Grant, of the same parish and county" (King George County).

        John Grant's third wife was Elizabeth Bruce, widow of Charles Bruce,(*) of
        King George County (see a marriage agreement, dated July 7, 1757, between
        "John Grant, Gentleman, and Elizabeth Bruce, widow," King George County
        Deed Book 4, page 281; also the published "Records of Spottsylvania County,"
        by Crozier, page 236). Elizabeth, wife of John Grant, was the daughter of
        William Pannill, whose will was proved in Richmond County, August 1, 1716.
        "The Pannills were Royalists and Churchmen" ("William and Mary Quarterly,"
        Vol. VII, pp. 113-116).
     
        William Grant is mentioned in a deed (August 6, 1764) from George Grant and
        Daniel Grant to Howson Kenner, in which they state that William Grant was their
        grandfather (Fauquier County, Deed Book 2, pp. 182, 3, 4). William Grant's will was
        proved February 1, 1733, in King George County by his sons, John and Daniel
        Grant, Jeremiah Bronaugh giving bond (Order Book, King George County, page
        661). Will Book 1 of King George County, containing the will of William Grant, is
        missing. It was carried away during the Civil War.

        There is a deed in Fauquier County (August 6, 1764) from George Grant and
        his brother, Daniel Grant, to Howson Kenner, conveying land in Prince
       William County, and stating in said deed that the land conveyed was devised to
        them by their father, John Grant, of King George County, son of William
        Grant, of King George County (Deed Book 2, pp. 182-4).

        Page 105
        John Grant seems to have married three times. His first wife, it is believed, was
        Hester Foote, daughter of Richard Foote (Foote Genealogy in "Virginia Magazine,"
        Vol. VII, p. 75; "Virginia Heraldica," by Crozier, under the Foote family). There is a
        deed in Prince William County to "John Grant, Gentleman," conveying several
        hundred acres of land in Hamilton Parish, Prince William County, and mentioning his
        wife Hester Foote.

        John Grant's second wife, it is believed, was Margaret Strother (nee Watts), widow of
        William Strother, gentleman, of King George County. There is a deed in Prince
        William County (May 21, 1739) from "John Grant, Gentleman, and Margaret his wife
        of Stafford County to John Graham," stating that Margaret Grant's former husband
        was William Strother, and conveying 1240 acres of land in Hamilton Parish, Prince
       William County (Deed Book D, p. 88). John and Margaret Grant owned land in
        Stafford County. There is a deed in King George County (November 2, 1738) from
        John Grant and Margaret, his wife, to Augustine Washington, father of General
        George Washington, conveying 280 acres of land in Stafford County ("Letters to
       Washington," edited by Hamilton, Vol. III, pp. 183, 393; "Buckners of Virginia," by
        Crozier, p. 222).

        John Grant, styled "Gentleman" in King George and Prince William County
        records (Deed Book D, page 88, of Prince William County; also Deed Book 4,
        page 281, King George County), was Captain of Foote, October 5, 1752 (Order
        Book, King George County, 1751-55, p. 126); Inspector at Falmouth, King
        George County, May 4, 1742 ("Virginia Magazine," Vol. XV, p. 376) at
        Morton's, November 5, 1742; September 7, 1750; September 5, 1752; September
        7, 1753 (Order Book, 1751-56, pp. 20, 107); Surveyor of Highways, March 5,
        1742.

        2c. DANIEL GRANT was born in 1711 probably in King George or Richmond
        County, Virginia. Daniel married Mary PANNELL 28 Jan 1742 daughter of
        William PANNELL and Frances STERNE of Richmond County, Virginia.
        They had five daughters . Daniel died in Caroline County, Virginia. He was
        the youngest son of three sons of William and Elizabeth Grant of Richmond
        and King George County, Virginia.

        King George County, Virginia Will Book 1752-1780 page 34-36 Charles
        Bruce Senior son Charles Bruce five daughters Susanah Fickling, Elizabeth
        Bruce, Mary Bruce, Frances and Margaret Bruce 16 Apr 1754

John GRANT and Lydia

1a. John GRANT married Lydia
        2a. William GRANT born 9 Mar 1742 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford County,
        Virginia
        2b. Elizabeth GRANT born 28 July 1747 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford County,
        Virginia
        2c. Ann GRANT born 8 Apr 1750 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford County, Virginia
        2d. Jane GRANT born 17 Apr 1752 in Overwharton Parish Stafford County, Virginia
        2e. Mary GRANT born 15 Sep 1754 in Overwharton Parish Stafford County,
        Virginia
        2f. John GRANT born 11 Mar 1756 in Overwharton Parish Stafford County, Virginia

Fauquier County, Virginia Will Book 1 page 125

John Grant (Will) dated 5 Oct 1767 Fauquier County, Virginia.
“It is my will and pleasher is to leave my howle estate which God hath blest me with to James Duff his heris and assignes being weak and low, but has my sencies.”
Signed John GRANT
Witness Charles Martin, John Colvin
Proved 23 Nov 1767 by order of Charles MARTIN AND John Colvin. James Duff made order and granted certificate for obtaining letters of Administration.”
    
Elizabeth MOTT HARRISON)

HARRISON, James (16??-1712) married circa Elizabeth MOTT, widow and executrix of George MOTT, deceased; she died before 27 Mar 1697. Their only child was Jael Harrison (167?-1733); she married (1) William WILLIAMS who died intestate in Essex County in 1712 and (2) Richard Johnson with whom she lived in Spotsylvania County on the Rappahannock River immediately opposite Ferry Farm, home of George Washington’s parents. Richard Johnson died intestate in 1726 and Jael (Harrison) Williams Johnson died testate in Spotsylvania County in 1733 survey of the Northern Neck of Virginia made for Thomas, Lord Fairfax, designates the estate as “Williams” and immediately opposite the Strother plantation which was purchased and occupied by Captain Augustine Washington in 1738. In 1745 a ferry was established from the Williams plantation across Rappahannock River to the Washington plantation and this continued to be a well accustomed passage for many years. Richmond County DB#3, p.3; Rappahannock County COB #2, p 253; Essex County COB1708-1714, p. 444, p450; DB#13, p. 320; D&W$14,p.61; Virginia Gazette 2 May 1745; 6 Hening 15.

Old Rappahannock County Deed Book 1672-1676 part II
Page 211-212
Know all men by these presents that we John Mott and Elizabeth Relique of George Mott of the County of Rappa for divers good causes especially for forty pounds sterling money the receipt whereof we do hereby acknowledge have sold unto William Covington & Thomas Hayworton of said county Planters three hundred sixty and five acres of land being up on a Branch of Dragon Swamp and bounding the land of Collo William Clabourn in the land which said parcel of land the said Motts purchased of John Pigg. To have and to hold the said land premises unto said William CLABOURN and Thomas Hayworten and their heirs forever with all rights appurtenances thereunto belonging without the molestation of us John Mott and Elizabeth Mott or any of us our heirs or any other person whatsoever by us the said Motts sufficiently warranted as Witness our hands and seals this twentieth day of May 1674
Testa Thomas Harrison John Mott
        John Vickars Elizabeth

ADAM MOTT

Some researcher have indicated that our John MOTT and George MOTT are related to the Adam MOTT of Saffron, Walden, Essex, England. I am presenting the information on the Adam MOTT family for review.
I do not believe that this is our family. We need documentation that connects our JOHN AND GEORGE MOTT to this Adam MOTT. Having the same surname is not good enough. The following information is from the International Genealogical Index. I have not researched this information and do not attest to its accuracy. Jim Burgess
     
1a. Adam MOTT was born in 1570 in Essex, England. Adam MOTT died 3 July 1656
        in Portsmouth, Newton County, Rhode Island Adam married Jane HULET
        Adam married Jane HULET
        2a. Adam MOTT was born 12 Aug 1596 Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England the
        son of John MOTT and Elizabeth. Adma married Elizabeth CREEL 28 Oct
        1616 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. Adam died 12 Aug 1661
        in Saffron, Walden, Essex, England
        2b. Gershom MOTT was born in 1598 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
        2c. Henry MOTT was born in 1600 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
        2d. Grace MOTT was born in 1602 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
        2e. James MOTT was born in 1604 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
        2f. John MOTT was born in 1608 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
        2g. Joseph MOTT was born in 1610 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England.

Adam MOTT and Elizabeth CREEL

2a. Adam MOTT was born 1596 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England the son of
        John MOTT and Elizabeth. Adma married Elizabeth CREEL 28 Oct 1616 in
        Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island. Adam died 12 Aug 1661 in Saffron,
        Walden, Essex, England
        3a Infant MOTT was born 1617 in Saffron, Walden, Essex, England
        3b. John MOTT was born 6 Sep 1618 in Portsmouth, Essex, England. Died 2 Apr
        1661 of Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island
        3c. Adam MOTT was born 21 Jan 1620 in Saffron Waldron, Essex, England and
        christened same day. Adam married Mary COTT in Oct 1647 in Portsmouth,
        England
        4a. Bethiah MOTT was born 1 Apr 1644 in Portsmouth, Newport County,
        Rhode Island Bethiah married Josiah ABBOTT.
        4b. Rebecca MOTT was born Sep 1649 in Portsmouth, Newport County,
        Rhode Island Rebecca died in 1719 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode
        Island. Rebecca married Daniel LAWTON
        4c. Adam MOTT was born Sep 1650 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode
        Island Adam died 19 Dec 1676 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode
        Island
        4e. Mary MOTT was born 1 Jan 1656 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode
        Island Mary married Daniel STILLWELL 27 Dec 1680
        4f. Sarah MOTT was born 11 Oct 1657 in Portsmouth, Newport County,
        Rhode Island Sarah died 6 Mar 1687. Sarah married John TRIPP 9 Mar
        1687.
        4g. Elizabeth Mott WAS BORN 6 Aug 1659 in Portsmouth, Newport County,
        Rhode Island Elizabeth died in 1723 in Portsmouth, Newport County,
        Rhode Island. Elizabeth married
        William RICKETSON 14 May 1679 in Dartmouth, Bristol, Virginia
        4h. Phebe MOTT was born 20 Aug 1661 in Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode
        Island
        4i. John MOTT was born 1 Jan 16771 in Portsmouth, Newport, Rhode Island
        John died 19 Jun 1758 in Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island.
        John married Miss Hefferland.
        3d. Jonathan MOTT was born 1626 Cambridge, Cambridge, England. Jonathan
        married Jane Lott.
        3e. Elizabeth MOTT was born 1629 in Cambridge, Cambridge, England. Elizabeth
        MOTT died 2 Sep 1694 in Newport, New Port County, Rhode Island.
        3f. Unknown Mott was born about 1631
        3g. Unknown MOTT was born about 1633
        3h. Unknown MOTT was born about 1635

Overwharton Parish Register 1720-1760 Old Stafford County, Virginia
Peter Grant son of John GRANT and Margaret born 18 Nov 1739
William GRANT son of John and Lydia born 9 Mar 1742
Jane GRANT married John GLENDERING 30 Mar 1746
Elizabeth GRANT daughter of John and Lydia born 28 Jul 1747
Ann GRANT daughter of John and Lydia born 8 Apr 1750
Jane GRANT daughter of John and Lydia born 17 Apr 1752
Mary GRANT wife of Jasper died and her child also 27 Feb 1752
Mary GRANT daughter of John and Lydia born 15 Sep 1754
John GRANT son of John and Lydia born 11 Mar 1756

Elizabeth Williams m ca 1719 William Marshall died 1757 Caroline, s/o Thomas Marshall & Martha Sherwood of Westmorland
Sarah Ann Williams m Philemon Cavanaugh 1695-1744 Orange Co will 2. Richard Covington
Elizabeth Johnson m 1731 Richard Tutt
James Williams m Ann Wharton
William Williams 1725-78 (s/o James & Ann Wharton) m 1. 1746 Elizabeth Jones d/o Rice & Jane Jones 2. 1750 Lucy Clayton d/o Phillip
______________________________________________________________________
Mary Taliaferro 1658-d by 1695 m Henry Johnson d1702 he m 1. Elizabeth Massett 3. Mrs. Christian (Allen) Bourne widow of Andrew. Their son Richard Johnson m Jael (Harrison) Williams - Charles Taliaferro was brother to Mary. Which is also why we think the Elizabeth (also Charles' sister) is Taliaferro and not Pigg. James Williams' Ann is from the Mott line. If you read Jael's will you will see that William Williams is her grandson, son of James. Why she left so much to son-in-law Tutt and less to her son is a mystery as I never found record of her giving James land.
The Taliaferro family is much intermarried.

Thanks to Velma Palmerton for the above records.

Old Rappahannock County, Virginia 1682-1686
Susannah JACKSON land sold by her husband James JACKSON to James HARRISON. 2 Jan 1683 witness William Griffin and Jane Griffin

The 1787 Census of Virginia - Fauquier County by
Netti Schreiner - Yantis and Florene Speakman Love
John MOTT SELF 0 2 1 3 2

James HARRISON--1641-1712--died Essex Co., Va.--m. 1674 Richmond Co., Va. Elizabeth PIGG-MOTT, widow of George MOTT d. 1674--issue one daughter Jael m. William WILLIAMS(Their issue in my MOTT file) Was sworn in as a Justice of the peace for the newly formed Richmond County in 1692 From Sons of the Revolution Genealogy of Members p.88: William Williams of Stafford & Essex Counties, Virginia, appears in 1698 and 1700 as signing petitions from Stafford County. On 8 October, 1702, James Harrison, of Essex County, Virginia, conveyed 400 acres of land in Essex to his daughter, Jael, (wife of William Williams, of Stafford County (Essex County Court, Deed Book 10, page 120). William Williams died in Essex County in 1712 (Administrator's Bond Essex Court, Deed Book 14, page 50. Charlene Reeds Ebeling

MOTT, Thos. married DOGGETT, Winifred on 21 Feb 1782 in Lancaster Co., VA
MOTT, Wm. married HUBBARD, Eliz on 09 Dec 1766 in Lancaster County, Virginia

Here is one ferry line across the Rappahannock-- Jael HARRISON m. Richard
JOHNSON and William WILLIAMS. Jael was the daughter of James HARRISON 1641-1712
and Elizabeth PIGG-MOTT 1645-1697, widow of George MOTT

from "Marriages of Richmond County"
Jael Harrison m(1) William Williams who died intestate in Essex County in
1712 and (2) Richard Johnson with whom she lived on the Rappahannock River
immediately opposite Ferry Farm, home of George Washington's parents. Richard
Johnson died intestate in Spotsylvania County in 1733 . The plantation where she
lived passed to her son James Williams and the 1737 survey of the Northern neck
of Virginia made for Thomas,Lord Fairfax, designates the estate as "Williams"
and immediately opposite the Strother plantation which was purchased and
occupied by Captain Augustine Washington in 1738. In 1745 a ferry was established
from the Williams plantation across the Rappahannock River to the Washington
plantation and this continued to be a well accustomed passage for many years.
Jael (Harrison) Williams Johnson.

Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1690-1709

Page 88

In the Name of God Amen, I John Mott being sick & weake but of sound and perfecte sense & memory make this my last Will & Testament., my Soul I give to All-mighty God yt: gave it me, and my body to ye Eart to be decently buried as my Executors after named shall think fitt: And for settling my temporal Estate which it hath pleased God to bestow upon me. I give & advise as followeth:

Imprs. My Wil is ye: all my debts & funerall charges be paid.

Item: I give unto my son John Mott, all my Land I have both where I live now and eice Where yt: shall in wright belonge to me, to him his heires lawfully begotten of his own body. And if itt shall please God to take him & he have noe heires. I give my said land unto my three daughters: Ann Mott, Mary Mott ^ Ann my daughter in law to be equally divided amongst them:

Item. My Will is yt: my two daughter, Ann & Mary, have the privilidge to live here & work in ye ground untill they shall marry if they please.

Item: I ive unto my daughter, Ann Mott, one fethered boulster rugg & blanketts.

Item. I give unto my Daugther, Mary Mott, a bed tick filled with feathers & flocks mixed together a boulster rugg & blankets.

Item. I give unto my two daughters, Ann & Mary, one young mare aged about foure yeares & her encrease equally betwixt them forever.

Item. I give unto my daughter, Winifred, a flock bed boulster rugg and blankett,

Item. I give unto my Grand Daughter, Sarah Wells, an ewe lamb;

Item. I give under my three Children, John, Ann & Mary Mott, all my cattle, sheep, and hoggs only what is given before to be equally devided between them with all other household good, only Ann & Mary to have choice of ye pots.

Lastly, I nominate & appoint my loveing Son, John Mott, to be my wholes & sole Exer., of this my last Will & Testament, adnulling & makeing all other Wills by me formerly and made either by word or writing & this only to be my last Wittness my hand this 6th day of February 1698/9.

Teste: John Chattin JOHN MOTT

Probate Last Will and Testament in Cur Com Lancastr; nono die Martii 1699 proved by oathers of John Charrin and George Carpenter & recorded secundo die July
        Teste Jos: Tayloe, Cl Cur

Descendants of George Mott, Gent.

Generation No. 1

1. GEORGE2 MOTT, GENT. (ADAM1)1 was born 1625 in Saffron Walden, Essex, England1, and died 03/31/1674 in Rappahannock/Richmond Co., Virginia1. He married ELIZABETH PIGG1 in England, daughter of JOHN PIGG and JANE PIGG. She was born 1645 in probably England1, and died 03/27/1697 in Richmond County, Virginia1.

Notes for GEORGE MOTT, GENT.:
In 1670 George Mott and his brother John Mott patented extensive tracts of land in the Northern Neck of Virginia--15,654 acres on Muddy Creek in King George and Stafford Counties .
George lived as a planter in Rappahannock/Richmond Co., Virginia.
Friend Solomon Martin left his entire estate to George Mott and his 3 children on 10/28/1671.[reeds.FBK]

Muddy Creek crosses over Rt. 3 East. I believe it is the what separates King George, and Stafford Counties. Proceed on Rt. 3 East from Fredeiricksburg, and it is one of the first small creeks which has a bridge over it, that you will come to.

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Children of GEORGE MOTT and ELIZABETH PIGG are:
2.          i.          MARGARET3 MOTT, b. 1666; d. 1709, Essex or Richmond Co., Virginia.
3.          ii.          ELIZABETH MOTT, b. Abt. 1668; d. 1712.
4.          iii.          ANNE MOTT, b. 1671, Rappahannock/Richmond Co., Virginia; d. 1740, King George Co., Virginia --will lost.
5.          iv.          ELEANOR(ELLEN) MOTT, b. 1673, Rapphannock/Richmond County, Virginia; d. 1741, King George Co., Virginia.

Generation No. 2

2. MARGARET3 MOTT (GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 16661, and died 1709 in Essex or Richmond Co., Virginia1. She married ALEXANDER(1) DONIPHAN, CAPT.1 11/02/1691 in Rappahannock/Richmond Co., Virginia. He was born 16501, and died 02/1716-171.

Notes for MARGARET MOTT:
Margaret Mott was the second daughter of George Mott and the second wife of Alexander Doniphan.[reeds.FBK]

Margaret Mott was the second daughter of George Mott and the second wife of Alexander Doniphan.[Reeds1.FTW]

Margaret Mott was the second daughter of George Mott and the second wife of Alexander Doniphan.

Notes for ALEXANDER(1) DONIPHAN, CAPT.:
Source: "Virginia Historical Genealogies" by Boddie, Geneal. Publ., 1975

Came from Plymouth, England between 1671-1674
Capt. Alexander Doniphan was sworn in as one of 4 justices of the newly formed Richmond County ,Virginia on June 1,1692-1714. Richmond and Essex Counties prior to that were part of Rappahannock County, which included both sides of the Rappahannock River. The river became the dividing line and the north became Richmond County.
Was a Captain of Horse in 1704.
Was high sheriff of Richmond in 1716.

Married 3 times
1. Amy (?) before 1677
2. before 1692--Margaret Mott, dau of George Mott of Rappahannock County, a large land owner.
3. Susanna (?)[reeds.FBK]

DONIPHAN, Alexander & Margaret MOTTS - Nov. 3, 1641 - Pg. 3, Old
Rappahannock Co.--found years ago in a DEED bk

          
Children of MARGARET MOTT and ALEXANDER(1) DONIPHAN are:
6.          i.          MOTT4 DONIPHAN, d. Abt. 1776.
7.          ii.          ROBERT DONIPHAN, d. Abt. 1735, King George Co., Va..

3. ELIZABETH3 MOTT (GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born Abt. 16681, and died 17121. She married JOHN FOSSAKER1 03/28/1692 in (Prob)Richmond Co., Virginia, son of RICHARD FOSSAKER. He died Bef. 03/23/1708-091.

Notes for ELIZABETH MOTT:
Eldest of the 4 daughters.[reeds.FBK]

Eldest of the 4 daughters.[Reeds1.FTW]

Eldest of the 4 daughters.

Notes for JOHN FOSSAKER:
John Fossaker wasliving Mar1 1705, but died prior to Mar 23,1709

FOSSAKER, FOSSECAR, FOSSEKER, or FOSSIKER, JOHN, New London
1648, but, after 1652, rem. was of Fairfield, there m. it is said,
Eliz. wid. of Peter Johnson, and liv. 1656 to 1660, when he was
excus. from milit. serv; is nam. by Roger Williams in letter to John
Width.; but Knowles, 243, mistakes the bapt. name.

          
Child of ELIZABETH MOTT and JOHN FOSSAKER is:
8.          i.          RICHARD4 FOSSAKER, d. Bef. 1735, King George Co., Va..

4. ANNE3 MOTT (GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1671 in Rappahannock/Richmond Co., Virginia1, and died 1740 in King George Co., Virginia --will lost1. She married CAPT.JOHN GLENDENING1 10/03/1692 in King George Co., Virginia. He died 1712 in Richmond Co., Virginia1.

Notes for ANNE MOTT:
Third daughter of George Mott.
[reeds.FBK]

[Reeds1.FTW]

Third daughter of George Mott.
[reeds.FBK]

Third daughter of George Mott.

          
Children of ANNE MOTT and CAPT.JOHN GLENDENING are:
9.          i.          JAEL4 GLENDENING, b. Bet. 1693 - 1712.
          ii.          ELIZABETH GLENDENING1, b. Bet. 1693 - 1712; m. JOSEPH ARMSTRONG1.
10.          iii.          ELINOR "ELLEN" GLENDENING, b. Bet. 1693 - 1712.
11.          iv.          JOHN GLENDENING, JR., b. Bet. 1693 - 1712; d. Bet. 1747 - 1748, King George Co., Va..

5. ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT (GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1673 in Rapphannock/Richmond County, Virginia1, and died 1741 in King George Co., Virginia1. She married RICHARD SHIPPEY, GENT.1 1692 in Richmond Co., Virginia. He died 1708 in Richmond County, Virginia1.

Notes for ELEANOR(ELLEN) MOTT:
Youngest daughter of George Mott.[reeds.FBK]

More About ELEANOR(ELLEN) MOTT:
Fact 1: youngest daughter of George Mott1
Fact 2: only daughter born in america1
          
Children of ELEANOR(ELLEN) MOTT and RICHARD SHIPPEY are:
12.          i.          JAEL4 SHIPPEY, b. Abt. 1690, Richmond County, Virginia; d. Aft. 1750, Brunswick Parish, King George County , Virginia.
13.          ii.          ELIZABETH SHIPPEY, b. Abt. 1690, King George Co., Virginia; d. 1756, King George Co., Virginia.
          iii.          MARY SHIPPEY1.

Generation No. 3

6. MOTT4 DONIPHAN (MARGARET3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 died Abt. 17761. He married ROSANNA ANDERSON1, daughter of GEORGE ANDERSON and MARY MATTHEWS. She was born in Stafford Co., Virginia1.
          
Children of MOTT DONIPHAN and ROSANNA ANDERSON are:
14.          i.          ALEXANDER(2)5 DONIPHAN, CAPT., b. 1716; d. Bet. 1761 - 1768, King George Co., Virginia.
15.          ii.          ANDERSON DONIPHAN, d. 1761, King George Co., Virginia.

7. ROBERT4 DONIPHAN (MARGARET3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 died Abt. 1735 in King George Co., Va.1. He married MARY WILTON1.
          
Child of ROBERT DONIPHAN and MARY WILTON is:
16.          i.          ROBERT5 DONIPHAN, JR., d. Bet. 1743 - 1744, Brunswick Parish, King George Co., Va..

8. RICHARD4 FOSSAKER (ELIZABETH3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 died Bef. 1735 in King George Co., Va.1. He married FRANCES TOWNSHEND1.

Notes for RICHARD FOSSAKER:
Frances Townsend married three times.
1st husband was Francis Dade (1659-1694)
had issue: Robert, Frances, Cadwalader Dade.

2nd husband was John Withers ( it states no issue can be found)
But the following states: [Richard Fossaker was an early settler of Stafford
county and was a justice in 1661, and sheriff in 1667. One of his sons was
Richard Fossaker, who was a Burgess for Stafford in 1702-3. In or before
1693, Richard Fossaker married the widow of Thomas Hathway, of Stafford, and
in 1699 he was the husband of the daughter and heiress of Capt. John Withers,
of Stafford. On April 14, 1692, John Fossaker and Elizabeth his wife, of
Rappahannock county, one of the daughters and coheiresses of Mr. George Mott,
of the same county, made a deed for land.]

[Frances, married (1) Francis Dade of Stafford county, and had many
descendants; (2) Captain John Withers, no issue, it is believed, by this
marriage, through Capt. John WIthers had a daughter and heiress, who in 1699,
was the wife of Richard Fossaker, of Statford County; (3) in 1699, Rice
Hooe, and has many decendants.] See Virginia Magazine of History and
Biography, IX, 173, 174; IV, 427 - 429; Hayden's Virginia Genelogies, 516 -
522, 731 - 734, 716 - 719.

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Notes for FRANCES TOWNSHEND:
HOOE, FOSAKER and WITHERS in the 1699-1709 Stafford County Deed & Will book
page 12.
       February 19th 1699/1700. Know all men by these presents that I RICE HOE
of County of Stafford, Gent., who intermarried with the Widow and Relict of
Capt. JOHN WITHERS, deceased, have clearly discharged Capt. RICHARD FOSSAKER
who inter-married with the Executor's Daughter of said WITHERS, all claims
which I may have to sums of money in England or in this Colony which shall be
due to me as marrying the Widow and Relict of the said WITHERS deced., to
whom the third part of all money in England was due. {My Wife, who was
formerly the Widow of FRANCIS DADE} Rice Hoe There are a couple more
related items following as you will learn when your books arrive. There also
is a Will of William Withers in this book his Will made 8th May 1703 and
recorded in August 1703.
          
Child of RICHARD FOSSAKER and FRANCES TOWNSHEND is:
17.          i.          ELIZABETH5 FOSSAKER, b. King George Co., Va..

9. JAEL4 GLENDENING (ANNE3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born Bet. 1693 - 1712. She married DAVID SEAL1.
          
Child of JAEL GLENDENING and DAVID SEAL is:
18.          i.          ANTHONY5 SEAL, d. Culpeper Co., Va..

10. ELINOR "ELLEN"4 GLENDENING (ANNE3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born Bet. 1693 - 1712. She married JOHN ARMSTRONG1.
          
Child of ELINOR GLENDENING and JOHN ARMSTRONG is:
          i.          JOHN5 ARMSTRONG, JR.1.

11. JOHN4 GLENDENING, JR. (ANNE3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born Bet. 1693 - 1712, and died Bet. 1747 - 1748 in King George Co., Va.1. He married PHOEBE (?) GLENDENING1.
          
Children of JOHN GLENDENING and PHOEBE GLENDENING are:
          i.          JAMES5 GLENDENING1, d. 1767, King George Co., Va.1; m. ANN ( ROSSER?) GLENDENING1.
          ii.          JOHN GLENDENING III1, m. JANE GRANT1, 01/30/1745-46.

Notes for JOHN GLENDENING III:
Married his first cousin.[reeds.FBK]

[Reeds1.FTW]

Married his first cousin.

19.          iii.          MARGARET GLENDENING.
          iv.          SARAH GLENDENING1.

12. JAEL4 SHIPPEY (ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born Abt. 1690 in Richmond County, Virginia1, and died Aft. 1750 in Brunswick Parish, King George County , Virginia1. She married (1) WILLIAM UNDERWOOD1, son of WILLIAM UNDERWOOD and MARY BUTLER. He was born 1677 in Richmond Co., Va.1, and died 17261. She married (2) SAMUEL REEDS, SR.1 Aft. 1726 in Richmond Co., Va., son of WILLIAM REEDS and ANNE HALBERT. He was born Abt. 1710 in Richmond Co., Hanover Parish, Va.1, and died 1750 in King George County, Virginia -testate1.

Notes for JAEL SHIPPEY:
May 30th 1750, Jael Reed widow of Samuel Reed of Brunswick Parish, King
George County, and William Underwood her son conveyed to John Taliaferro of
St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, 100 acres of land adjoining Col.
John Taylor, Elizabeth Hackley and the said Taliaferro, for the sum of 110
pounds current money. (Deeds No. III, page 345, King George County)

Notes for WILLIAM UNDERWOOD:
Was sworn in as a justice of the peace of the newly formed Richmond County in 1692.[reeds.FBK]

          
Children of JAEL SHIPPEY and WILLIAM UNDERWOOD are:
20.          i.          LOTT5 UNDERWOOD, d. 1773, Culpepper Co., Virginia.
          ii.          FRANCES UNDERWOOD1, m. WILLIAM POUND1; b. 1749, Culpepper Co., Virginia1; d. 18231.

Notes for WILLIAM POUND:
Revolutionary soldier.[reeds.FBK]

Revolutionary soldier.[Reeds1.FTW]

Revolutionary soldier.

          iii.          WILLIAM UNDERWOOD1, d. 1774, Culpepper Co., Virginia1; m. ELLEN HACKLEY1; b. , King George Co., Virginia1; d. Abt. 1790, Culpepper Co., Virginia1.
          iv.          JOHN UNDERWOOD1, b. Abt. 17541; m. SUSANNAH TEAGLE1.
          v.          JAELY UNDERWOOD1.
          vi.          ZACHARIAH UNDERWOOD1.
          vii.          SARAH UNDERWOOD1, m. (?) SCHOOLER1.
          viii.          ANNETT UNDERWOOD1, m. ELIZABETH TEAGLE1.
          
Children of JAEL SHIPPEY and SAMUEL REEDS are:
          ix.          MILDRED5 REEDS1, m. JAMES BROWN1.
21.          x.          MARGARET REEDS, b. Westmoreland/King George Co., Virginia; d. King George Co., Va..
          xi.          JALEE (JAEL) REEDS1, b. Abt. 1731, King George Co., Va.1; d. King George Co., Va.1; m. LANCELOT (LOTT) HACKLEY1; d. 17981.
22.          xii.          SAMUEL REEDS, JR., b. Abt. 1740, Virginia--prob. King Geo.; d. 02/1814, Montgomery County, Mt. Sterling, Ky.

13. ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY (ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born Abt. 1690 in King George Co., Virginia1, and died 1756 in King George Co., Virginia1. She married JAMES HACKLEY1, son of JOHN HACKLEY and ELIZABETH LAMBERT. He was born Abt. 1690 in Rappahannock Co., Virginia1, and died 1748 in Brunswick Parish, King George Co., Virginia1.
          
Children of ELIZABETH SHIPPEY and JAMES HACKLEY are:
23.          i.          MARY5 HACKLEY.
24.          ii.          ELLEN HACKLEY.
          iii.          LANCELOT (LOTT) HACKLEY1, d. 17981; m. JALEE (JAEL) REEDS1; b. Abt. 1731, King George Co., Va.1; d. , King George Co., Va.1.
25.          iv.          FRANCIS HACKLEY, b. 05/06/1740, King George Co., Va.; d. Anderson Co., Ky.
26.          v.          JAMES(2) HACKLEY, b. Abt. 1742.
          vi.          LUCY HACKLEY1, m. WILLIAM JOHNSON1.
27.          vii.          JOSEPH HACKLEY, d. Bef. 1788, Culpeper Co., Va..
          viii.          RICHARD HACKLEY1.
28.          ix.          JOHN HACKLEY, b. King George Co., Virginia; d. 10/1768, King George Co., Virginia.

Generation No. 4

14. ALEXANDER(2)5 DONIPHAN, CAPT. (MOTT4, MARGARET3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1716, and died Bet. 1761 - 1768 in King George Co., Virginia1. He married MARY WAUGH1 06/17/1740 in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co., Virginia, daughter of JOSEPH WAUGH and MARY CROSBY. She was born 1721 in Potomac Creek, Stafford Co., Va., and died Abt. 1756 in Stafford Co., Va..

Notes for ALEXANDER(2) DONIPHAN, CAPT.:
From the Overwharton Parish Records, Stafford Cty, VA, Peter Mauzy married Elizabeth Summers on February 9, 1735
Peter's will was made in 1750. Witnesses were William Mountjoy, Alexander Doniphan and John Mauzy, Sr. It should be recalled that William Mountjoy was Peter's half brother, by Mary Crosby's first marriage to Captain Edward Mountjoy and that Alexander Doniphan had married Peter's half sister, Mary Waugh, born to Mary Crosby and Joseph Waugh

          
Children of ALEXANDER(2) DONIPHAN and MARY WAUGH are:
          i.          ANN6 DONIPHAN1.
          ii.          WILLIAM DONIPHAN1, b. 03/20/1741-421.
          iii.          ALEXANDER DONIPHAN1, b. 03/12/1749-501.
29.          iv.          ELIZABETH DONIPHAN, b. 1759, Brunswick Parish,King Geo. Co., Virginia; d. Abt. 1812.
          v.          JOSEPH DONIPHAN, b. 1757, King George Co., Va.; d. 04/12/1814, Mason Co., Ky; m. ANN FOWKE SMITH.

Notes for JOSEPH DONIPHAN:
Posted by Sandy Pierce on Mon, 07 Aug 2000
Surname: Doniphan, Smith, Waugh
Starting with alex. Doniphan M. Mary Waugh 17June 1740
Stafford co va. Mary d/o Joseph Waugh & mary Crosby
{she had 3 Husbands}. Joseph s/o Rev John Waugh. Alex. b. 1716 d. 1768 his parents Mott Doniphan & Rosanna Anderson.
Joseph Doniphan b. 1757 King George co Va. d. 12April
1814 Mason Co, Ky. marr. Anne Fowke Smith she was 16 years.
And Was born in Fauquier co va. and a Smith decendent of
Fauquier co. Va. Father Wm. Smith of same ,"History of
Maysville" p. 353 names Anne as Daug. and Margaret as wife.
Also Joseph will Page 411. Big Question is mother of anne.
Anne d/o Wm. Smith,Son Gen.A.W. Doniphan Names her as mom
and that she marr. Jos. Doniphan. Anne was sister of caleb
smith s/o Thomas Smith Gent and Aunt of Gov. Smith-
third son of Caleb Smith.
Second Census of Ky
Index to Ky wills to 1851 297BKC
Early Tax Records-Reg of Ky Hist Soc. -20Aug1795-Jos.
enters for John Heath

15. ANDERSON5 DONIPHAN (MOTT4, MARGARET3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 died 1761 in King George Co., Virginia1. He married MAGDALENE MONTIETH1.
          
Children of ANDERSON DONIPHAN and MAGDALENE MONTIETH are:
          i.          GERRARD6 DONIPHAN1.
          ii.          ROSANNA DONIPHAN1.
          iii.          MARY DONIPHAN1.
          iv.          ELIZABETH DONIPHAN1.
          v.          LUCRETIA DONIPHAN1.

16. ROBERT5 DONIPHAN, JR. (ROBERT4, MARGARET3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 died Bet. 1743 - 1744 in Brunswick Parish, King George Co., Va.1. He married ELLEN HACKLEY1, daughter of JAMES HACKLEY and ELIZABETH SHIPPEY.

Notes for ROBERT DONIPHAN, JR.:
Surname: Doniphan, Hackley

Will Book A1 Will of Robert Doniphan page 166-167 23 October 1743
In the Name of God Amen. I Robert Donipahn of the Parish of Brunswick in the county of King George being sick and weak of body, but of perfect mind and memory do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following.

Item: I give and bequeath to my loving son Robert Doniphan two negro girls Dinah and Truelove and like wise a Negro man named Sam and two feather beds and furniture at the day of marriage and likewise sufficient schooling, those Negroes above mentioned to him and his heirs forever.

Item: I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Ellen Doniphan three Negroes, Edinbourough, London and Kate and also a white servant woman named Isabella Gordon and
also a lease of land lying in the little fork of Rappahannock River in Orange County and all the rest of my personal estate I give to her and her heirs forever.

Item: I give and bequeath to my loving nephew Mott Dearmitt all my wearing cloaths. It is my desire that James Hackley and my loving wife Ellen Doniphan be Executor
of this my last will and Testament, utterly revoking all former wills by me at any time made. I do hereby acknowledge this my last will and testament as witness my hand and seale this Twenty Third day of October One Thousand Seven Hundred and Forty Three.

Robert Doniphan (his mark)

William Underwood

Elias Sharp

Elizabeth (her X mark) Hackley

At a Court held for King George County the 2d day of March 1743 (1743/4).

The last will and Testament of Robert Doniphan, deceased was present into court by James Hackley and Ellen Doniphan, his Executors, who made oath thereto which was proved
by the oath of the witnesses thereto and admitted to record, the said executors with John Fox their security entered into bond in L500 for the same.
Copa. test Harry Turner Cl Cur.

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Child of ROBERT DONIPHAN and ELLEN HACKLEY is:
          i.          ROBERT6 DONIPHAN III, b. Bef. 1743.

17. ELIZABETH5 FOSSAKER (RICHARD4, ELIZABETH3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born in King George Co., Va.1. She married FRANCIS STROTHER1 Abt. 17341. He was born Aft. 1709 in Orange Co.,Virginia--St. Mark's Parish1, and died Abt. 1777 in Culpeper Co., Va.1.
          
Children of ELIZABETH FOSSAKER and FRANCIS STROTHER are:
          i.          JOHN6 STROTHER1, b. Aft. 17341.

Notes for JOHN STROTHER:
Removed to Granville Co., NC and then to Rapides Parish, Louisiana.[reeds.FBK]

Removed to Granville Co., NC and then to Rapides Parish, Louisiana.[Reeds1.FTW]

Removed to Granville Co., NC and then to Rapides Parish, Louisiana.

          ii.          WILLIAM STROTHER1, b. Aft. 17351.

18. ANTHONY5 SEAL (JAEL4 GLENDENING, ANNE3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 died in Culpeper Co., Va.1. He married FERRIBA MUSE1.
          
Child of ANTHONY SEAL and FERRIBA MUSE is:
          i.          ROBERT6 SEAL1, m. RACHEL WALKER1, 1817, Highland Co., Ohio.

19. MARGARET5 GLENDENING (JOHN4, ANNE3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1) She married WILLIAM GRANT1 Bef. 1723 in King George Co., Virginia. He was born in Scotland--emmigrated bef. 1721, and died Bef. 02/01/1732-33 in King George County, Virginia.

Notes for WILLIAM GRANT:
The Hord Family of Virginia
The Hord Family of Virginia. A compact history which traces the english ancestry of the Hord family from Richard Hord, 1275 AD, complete with many illustrations
Bibliographic Information: Hord, Arnold Harris. The Hord Family of Virginia. Virginia: Anno Domini, 1915

THE GRANT FAMILY. Ann4 Grant (born April 14, 1777) was daughter of George3 Grant (born November 30, 1740), Surveyor of Roads in Fauquier County (Order Book, 1773-80, p. 436). George3 Grant married Mary Shackleford, date of marriage bond, March 12, 1771 ("Virginia Marriages," by Crozier, under Fauquier County). Mary Shackleford, born January 20, 1752, was daughter of James Shackleford, of Fauquier County (born 1725) and Elizabeth Scott, his wife; he was the son of John Shackleford (born about 1700) of Fauquier County and Ann his wife. This John Shackleford is believed to have been son of James Shackleford of Gloucester County, who married July 14, 1687, Elizabeth, daughter of Christopher Robins of Gloucester County, Virginia (Register of Christ Church, Middlesex County, Virginia; Hening's
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Statutes of Virginia, Vol. IV, p. 461). James Shackleford of Gloucester County was son of Roger Shackleford, who patented land in Gloucester County, November 20, 1678, was Vestryman and Warden of Pettsworth Parish, Gloucester County, 1680, 1681, 1683, 1684, and who is styled "Mr. Roger Shackleford" in the Parish Register. The authority for this Shackleford lineage is a manuscript pedigree left by the late Dr. John Shackleford (born 1801), of Maysville, Kentucky, and genealogical notes furnished by Mr. Joel W. Shackleford of Denver, Colorado.

There is a deed in Fauquier County (August 6, 1764) from George3 Grant and his brother, Daniel Grant, to Howson Kenner, conveying land in Prince William County, and stating in said deed that the land conveyed was devised to them by their father, John2 Grant, of King George County, son of William1 Grant, of King George County (Deed Book 2, pp. 182-4).

John2 Grant, styled "Gentleman" in King George and Prince William County records (Deed Book D, page 88, of Prince William County; also Deed Book 4, page 281, King George County), was Captain of Foote, October 5, 1752 (Order Book, King George County, 1751-55, p. 126); Inspector at Falmouth, King George County, May 4, 1742 ("Virginia Magazine," Vol. XV, p. 376) at Morton's, November 5, 1742; September 7, 1750; September 5, 1752; September 7, 1753 (Order Book, 1751-56, pp. 20, 107); Surveyor of Highways, March 5, 1742.
    
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John2 Grant seems to have married three times. His first wife, it is believed, was Hester Foote, daughter of Richard Foote (Foote Genealogy in "Virginia Magazine," Vol. VII, p. 75; "Virginia Heraldica," by Crozier, under the Foote family). There is a deed in Prince William County to "John Grant, Gentleman," conveying several hundred acres of land in Hamilton Parish, Prince William County, and mentioning his wife Hester Foote.

John2 Grant's second wife, it is believed, was Margaret Strother (nee Watts), widow of William Strother, gentleman, of King George County. There is a deed in Prince William County (May 21, 1739) from "John Grant, Gentleman, and Margaret his wife of Stafford County to John Graham," stating that Margaret Grant's former husband was William Strother, and conveying 1240 acres of land in Hamilton Parish, Prince William County (Deed Book D, p. 88). John and Margaret Grant owned land in Stafford County. There is a deed in King George County (November 2, 1738) from John Grant and Margaret, his wife, to Augustine Washington, father of General George Washington, conveying 280 acres of land in Stafford County ("Letters to Washington," edited by Hamilton, Vol. III, pp. 183, 393; "Buckners of Virginia," by Crozier, p. 222).

Margaret Grant was the daughter of Richard Watts, of Westmoreland County, whose will was proved October 13, 1716. She was of the same family in England as Dr.

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Watts, the hymnologist (Hayden's "Virginia Genealogies," page 601; "William and Mary Quarterly," Vol. IV, p. 266). Her sister, Mary, married Colonel Richard Blackburn of Ripon Lodge, Virginia, whose home in England was Ripon Lodge, Yorkshire. Her sister, Jane, married Andrew Monroe (who also had a second wife, Margaret Washington), and their son was Spence Monroe, father of President James Monroe ("William and Mary Quarterly," Vol. XVI, p. 66). Margaret Grant's brother, John Watts, was "Gentleman Justice" of Westmoreland County, October 18, 1737. He mentions in his will, proved in Westmoreland County, March 27, 1754, "Sister Margaret Grant."

John Grant's third wife was Elizabeth Bruce, widow of Charles Bruce,(*) of King George County (see a marriage agreement, dated July 7, 1757, between "John Grant, Gentleman, and Elizabeth Bruce, widow," King George County Deed Book 4, page 281; also the published "Records of Spottsylvania County," by Crozier, page 236). Elizabeth, wife of John2 Grant, was the daughter of William Pannill, whose will was proved in Richmond County, August 1, 1716. "The Pannills were Royalists and Churchmen" ("William and Mary Quarterly," Vol. VII, pp. 113-116).

John2 Grant's will was proved in King George County, July 1, 1762. He mentions his estates in Prince
(*)Genealogy of the Bruce family, Virginia Magazine, Vol. xii, pp.
451-2, "Manors of Virginia in Colonial Times," by Sale, p. 270.
     
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William and King George Counties. In a deed, dated July 7, 1757, and recorded in King George County, he mentions his children, namely, John, Daniel, George, William, Elizabeth Bruce, Rosamond Wright,(*) Margaret and Mary. In the same deed he mentions his father, William1 Grant, from whom he inherited land. Family tradition states that William1 Grant came from Scotland, and was a gentleman of the Highland clan of Grant. He was in Virginia in 1721. There is a deed, June 30, 1721, from "Cornelius Edmunds, of Sittenburn Parish, King George County, to William Grant, of the same parish and county" (King George County).

March 24, 1723, "William Grant conveys land to his three sons, John, William and Daniel." John was then living in Hanover Parish, King George County (King George County records).

William1 Grant married Margaret Glendening, daughter of John and Ann Glendening, Ann Glendening being the daughter of "George Mott, Gentleman," who patented 3700 acres of land, and whose will was proved in Old Rappahannock County, March 27, 1674. (Authorities for this Grant-Glendening pedigree are deed to
(*)Rosamond Grant married John Wright, Vestryman of St. George's
Parish, Spottsylvania ("History of St. George's Parish," p. 65, by
Slaughter). John Wright died about 1787, executor's bond dated July 5,
1791; witnesses John Grant (Rosamond Wright's brother), John Wright,
Jr.; W. Wright; Executors, Rosamond Wright and Captain James Tutt;
legatees sons, Wm. Wright, John Wright, Winfield Wright; daughters,
Margaret Fulton, Rosanna Wright. ("Records of Spottsylvania,"
p. 357, by W. A. Crozier).
   
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William Grant and Margaret, his wife, from Ann Glendening, dated April 29, 1724, in King George County; "William and Mary Quarterly," Vol. XVII, page 78; Vol. XVI, page 290-1).

William1 Grant is mentioned in a deed (August 6, 1764) from George Grant and Daniel Grant to Howson Kenner, in which they state that William1 Grant was their grandfather (Fauquier County, Deed Book 2, pp. 182, 3, 4). William1 Grant's will was proved February 1, 1733, in King George County by his sons, John and Daniel Grant, Jeremiah Bronaugh giving bond (Order Book, King George County, page 661). Will Book 1 of King George County, containing the will of William1 Grant, is missing. It was carried away during the Civil War.
   

          
Children of MARGARET GLENDENING and WILLIAM GRANT are:
30.          i.          JAMES6 GRANT.
          ii.          JANE GRANT1, m. JOHN GLENDENING III1, 01/30/1745-46.

Notes for JOHN GLENDENING III:
Married his first cousin.[reeds.FBK]

[Reeds1.FTW]

Married his first cousin.

          iii.          JOHN GRANT, b. Bef. 1723; d. Bef. 07/01/1762, King George County, Virginia; m. (1) HESTER FOOTE; m. (2) MARGARET WATTS, STROTHER; m. (3) ELIZABETH (?) BRUCE, WIDOW.
          iv.          DANIEL GRANT, b. Bef. 1723.
          v.          WILLIAM GRANT, b. Bef. 1723.

20. LOTT5 UNDERWOOD (JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 died 1773 in Culpepper Co., Virginia1. He married MARY HACKLEY1, daughter of JAMES HACKLEY and ELIZABETH SHIPPEY.

Notes for LOTT UNDERWOOD:
Lott Underwood and Mary Hackley were 1st cousins and married.[reeds.FBK]

Lott Underwood and Mary Hackley were 1st cousins and married.[Reeds1.FTW]

Lott Underwood and Mary Hackley were 1st cousins and married.
          
Children of LOTT UNDERWOOD and MARY HACKLEY are:
          i.          FRANCES6 UNDERWOOD1, b. Bef. 1759.
          ii.          WILLIAM UNDERWOOD1, b. 1759, Culpeper Co., Va.; d. 1850, Georgia.
          iii.          ELIZABETH UNDERWOOD1.
          iv.          JAELY UNDERWOOD1.
          v.          MARY UNDERWOOD1.

21. MARGARET5 REEDS (JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born in Westmoreland/King George Co., Virginia1, and died in King George Co., Va.1. She married (1) JOHN PIPER1 1691 in Westmoreland Co., Virginia, son of JOHN PIPER and REBECCA EVANS. He was born Abt. 1669 in Westmoreland Co., Va., and died Bef. 06/29/1698 in Westmoreland/King George Co., Va.1. She married (2) THOMAS HARPER1 Aft. 06/29/1698 in Westmoreland Co., Va., son of THOMAS HARPER and MARY HARPER. He was born Bef. 1683 in prob Old Rappahannock Co., Va.1.

Notes for MARGARET REEDS:
PIPER, JOHN, 25 June 1707.
Inventory mentions that Thomas Harper had married the relic of John Piper.

Notes for JOHN PIPER:
PEPER, JOHN, 29 June 1698. --Westmoreland
Inventory returned by Margaret the relict.

PIPER, JOHN, 25 June 1707.
Inventory mentions that Thomas Harper had married the relic of John Piper.
          
Children of MARGARET REEDS and JOHN PIPER are:
          i.          DAVID6 PIPER1.
31.          ii.          JOHN PIPER, b. 1695; d. 1759, Westmoreland Co., Va..

22. SAMUEL5 REEDS, JR. (JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born Abt. 1740 in Virginia--prob. King Geo.1, and died 02/1814 in Montgomery County, Mt. Sterling, Ky1. He married SARAH HACKLEY1 1765 in Culpepper Co., St. Mark's Parish, Va., daughter of JOHN HACKLEY and JUDITH BALL. She was born 1743 in prob. Culpepper Co., Virginia1.
          
Children of SAMUEL REEDS and SARAH HACKLEY are:
          i.          JUDITH6 REEDS1, b. Bet. 1765 - 1769, Virginia1; d. Aft. 02/12/1844, Louisville, Lincoln Co., Missouri1; m. SAMUEL F. BAIRD1, 06/28/1832, Lincoln Co., Missouri; b. 04/26/1762, New Hope,Augusta Co., Virginia1; d. 12/22/1840, Louisville, Lincoln, Missouri1.

Notes for SAMUEL F. BAIRD:

Obit. Abstract: Stanley, Lois; Wilson, George F. and Maryhelen, "Death Records of Missouri Men, 1808--1854, (Greenville, S.C.: Southern Historical Press, 1990), p.7
Abstracted from the "Salt River Journal," newspaper, Pike Co., Mo., publ. 1/23/1841

"Samuel BAIRD died near Louisville (Lincoln Co.) 22. Dec., age 80. Lived in Washington Co., Pa. was at the Battle of Yorktown; moved to Kentucky 1792 and to Missouri, 1827, Presbyterian."Buried Louisiana, Pike Co., Missouri.
Beard was also spelled Baird, especially in the 18th century. See John Craig, Sr. will on file. Leaves "to my daughter Sarah Beard..."Also mentions Samuel Beard twice, indicating one is not Sarah's husband--he mentions his son-in-law Samuel Beard who appears to be other than Sarah's husband.
*Probably was the grandson.

Samuel Baird was a native of Virginia and served with the Virginia Militia at the Battle of Yorktown and capture of Cornwallis. For a few years after his marriage he resided at Washington County, Pa., emigrated to Ky in 1792, and afterwards to Missouri in 1827.--History of Pike County, Mo.(1883)

Federal; Land Patents--Lincoln Co., Mo.
BAIRD, SAMUEL MO 12/15/1870 16318
    MO2630__.095
BAIRD, SAMUEL MO 04/01/1829 821
    MO0260__.315

32.          ii.          GALE (JALEE) REEDS, b. 1770, Culpepper Co., Virginia; d. 07/10/1835, Callaway Co., Mo..
33.          iii.          ARMISTEAD BRUCE REEDS, b. 12/02/1777, Culpepper Co., Virginia; d. 05/12/1850, Independence, Coles Co., Ill--lived Edgar 1845.
34.          iv.          JOHN H. REEDS, b. 1780, Culpepper Co., St. Mark's Parish, Va.; d. 08/14/1813, Franklin Co.,Kentucky.
35.          v.          JAMES REEDS, b. 1781, Culpepper Co., St. Mark's Parish, Va.; d. 01/23/1833, Poplar Grove, Owens Co., Ky.
36.          vi.          SAMUEL REEDS III, b. 1783, Montgomery Co., Virginia; d. 1807, Jessamine, Kentucky.
37.          vii.          GABRIEL REEDS, b. 07/18/1785, Culpepper Co., Virginia; d. 05/02/1853, Wellsville, Lincoln Co., Missouri.
          viii.          WILLIAM REEDS1, b. 1787, Lexington, Fayette Co., Ky1; d. 11/07/1861, Lincoln Co., Missouri1; m. MARGARET JAMISON1, 1808, Jessamine Co., Kentucky.
38.          ix.          THOMAS REEDS, b. 1788, Lexington, Fayette Co., Ky; d. 12/08/1871, Lincoln Co., Missouri.

23. MARY5 HACKLEY (ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1) She married LOTT UNDERWOOD1, son of WILLIAM UNDERWOOD and JAEL SHIPPEY. He died 1773 in Culpepper Co., Virginia1.

Notes for LOTT UNDERWOOD:
Lott Underwood and Mary Hackley were 1st cousins and married.[reeds.FBK]

Lott Underwood and Mary Hackley were 1st cousins and married.[Reeds1.FTW]

Lott Underwood and Mary Hackley were 1st cousins and married.
          
Children are listed above under (20) Lott Underwood.

24. ELLEN5 HACKLEY (ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1) She married (1) ROBERT DONIPHAN, JR.1, son of ROBERT DONIPHAN and MARY WILTON. He died Bet. 1743 - 1744 in Brunswick Parish, King George Co., Va.1. She married (2) THOMAS STUBBLEFIELD1. He died 1757 in Culpeper Co., Va..

Notes for ROBERT DONIPHAN, JR.:
Surname: Doniphan, Hackley

Will Book A1 Will of Robert Doniphan page 166-167 23 October 1743
In the Name of God Amen. I Robert Donipahn of the Parish of Brunswick in the county of King George being sick and weak of body, but of perfect mind and memory do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following.

Item: I give and bequeath to my loving son Robert Doniphan two negro girls Dinah and Truelove and like wise a Negro man named Sam and two feather beds and furniture at the day of marriage and likewise sufficient schooling, those Negroes above mentioned to him and his heirs forever.

Item: I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Ellen Doniphan three Negroes, Edinbourough, London and Kate and also a white servant woman named Isabella Gordon and
also a lease of land lying in the little fork of Rappahannock River in Orange County and all the rest of my personal estate I give to her and her heirs forever.

Item: I give and bequeath to my loving nephew Mott Dearmitt all my wearing cloaths. It is my desire that James Hackley and my loving wife Ellen Doniphan be Executor
of this my last will and Testament, utterly revoking all former wills by me at any time made. I do hereby acknowledge this my last will and testament as witness my hand and seale this Twenty Third day of October One Thousand Seven Hundred and Forty Three.

Robert Doniphan (his mark)

William Underwood

Elias Sharp

Elizabeth (her X mark) Hackley

At a Court held for King George County the 2d day of March 1743 (1743/4).

The last will and Testament of Robert Doniphan, deceased was present into court by James Hackley and Ellen Doniphan, his Executors, who made oath thereto which was proved
by the oath of the witnesses thereto and admitted to record, the said executors with John Fox their security entered into bond in L500 for the same.
Copa. test Harry Turner Cl Cur.

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Notes for THOMAS STUBBLEFIELD:
STUBBLEFIELD, GEORGE, Gentl., Spotsylvania Co., d. Sept. 11, 1751, p. June 2, 1752. Wit. W. Robinson; Agatha Robinson, Jo. Brock. Ex. brother, Thomas Stubblefield; wife, Catharine Stubblefield; friend, Majr.

          
Child is listed above under (16) Robert Doniphan, Jr..
          
Child of ELLEN HACKLEY and THOMAS STUBBLEFIELD is:
39.          i.          NANCY SLAUGHTER6 STUBBLEFIELD, b. 1754; d. Aft. 1788, Stubblefield, Va..

25. FRANCIS5 HACKLEY (ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 05/06/1740 in King George Co., Va.1, and died in Anderson Co., Ky1. He married FANNIE LIGHTFOOT1 1768, daughter of GOODRICH LIGHTFOOT and ELIZABETH SLAUGHTER. She was born 02/19/1753 in Culpeper Co., Va.1, and died 10/10/1825 in Anderson Co., Ky1.
          
Child of FRANCIS HACKLEY and FANNIE LIGHTFOOT is:
40.          i.          ELIZABETH6 HACKLEY, b. 07/27/1769, Orange Co., Va.; d. Bef. 1841.

26. JAMES(2)5 HACKLEY (ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born Abt. 17421. He married MARY FREEMAN1 06/14/1771 in Warrenton, Fauquier Co., Va.1, daughter of JAMES FREEMAN, SR..

Notes for MARY FREEMAN:
13 Mar 1999 Freeman HI all A few hours in my newly found resource library in Marietta, GA has turned up more info on James Freeman Sr. Here is his will and some notes on the other information that I have found. I now have this line back 7 generations! Thanks to all of you on the FREEMAN and FAUQUIER COUNTY LISTS who have helped me out! Mike Wennin "To my youngest daughter Sally, to have feather bed and household furniture with full benefits and profits of part of her Grandfather, George William’s estate, which was bequeathed to her Mother - this to descend at her Mother’s death. Wife, Margaret Freeman, to have 1/3 of estate during her life. Grandson, Gollop Freeman (alias Duncan) household goods. Sons Garrett and Nathaniel, personal estate and slaves. Daughter Mary Hackley (wife of James) to have 30 shillings -she has received her share. Daughter Elinor Silman (wife of Joseph) 10 pounds currency. Sons, William James, Garrett, Nathaniel Freeman; and daughter Elizabeth Fletcher (wife of John) to have money from sale of land. Executors- Wife, sons, William and James. Witnessed by Samuel Wharton, William Williams, James Routt." There is a more detailed copy of this will that I did not get a chance to copy....if anyone is interested in it, I will have it next week. Another document that I have yet to copy gives certain slaves to each of the children in 1782. James Sr. was first married to Mary Compton in 1765 and then to Margaret Williams on 26th of March 1782. Sally must have been the daughter of Margaret and the rest of the children were Mary’s. I also have the will of George Williams, father of Margaret if anyone is interested. The 1787 Tax list of Fauquier Co. shows James Sr. paying tax on 8 slaves (5 over 16), 8 horses and 13 cattle. James’ father was also James who died in 1763 in Prince William County, VA. His mother's name was Elizabeth. James must have been a tobacco farmer as there is legal documentation mentioning him and 1000 pounds of tobacco. Neighbors of James in the late 1780's were George Williams, Charles Duncan, William Settle and others. It is interesting to see how all these families intermarried during that time. randomc.com
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Child of JAMES(2) HACKLEY and MARY FREEMAN is:
41.          i.          SAMUEL6 HACKLEY.

27. JOSEPH5 HACKLEY (ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 died Bef. 1788 in Culpeper Co., Va.1. He married MARY DUNCAN1, daughter of ROBERT DUNCAN and ANN GALLOP. She was born in Culpeper Co., Va..
          
Children of JOSEPH HACKLEY and MARY DUNCAN are:
          i.          ANN6 HACKLEY1.
          ii.          JAMES HACKLEY1.
          iii.          JOSEPH(2) HACKLEY1.

28. JOHN5 HACKLEY (ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born in King George Co., Virginia1, and died 10/1768 in King George Co., Virginia1. He married JUDITH BALL1 1734 in Culpepper Co., Virginia, daughter of SAMUEL BALL and ANNA TAYLOR. She was born 1718 in Culpeper Co., Virginia1.

Notes for JOHN HACKLEY:
Gen. and Hist. Note on Culpeper Co., Va
John Hackley, died in Oct. 1768; his four eldest daughters married Peter Taliaferro, Richard Hackley, Samuel Reeds and Jas. Jameson

Notes for JUDITH BALL:
In the maternal line Miss Stone traces her descent from William Ball, whose brother Joseph was the father of Mary (Ball) Washington, the mother of George Washington. Thomas Jameson married Judith Ball Hackley, daughter of Judith Ball, who in turn was a daughter of Samuel Ball. The last named was a son of William Ball, brother of Joseph Ball, who was the father of Mary (Ball) Washington. The Ball family settled in Virginia in 1650. Every will written by the members of this old and distinguished family is in the possession of Miss Stone. She likewise has many old letters--veritable historical documents--which have been in the family since before 1800, as well as all the old family Bibles. Miss Stone is also related to the old and honored Higgins family of Tennessee and Georgia.

          
Children of JOHN HACKLEY and JUDITH BALL are:
          i.          ANN6 HACKLEY1, b. 17401; m. PETER TALIAFERRO1, Culpeper Co., Va.; b. 02/12/1739-401.
          ii.          ELIZABETH HACKLEY1, b. 17411; m. RICHARD HACKLEY1, Culpepper Co., Virginia.

Notes for RICHARD HACKLEY:
1st cousin of Elizabeth Hackley[reeds.FBK]

1st cousin of Elizabeth Hackley[Reeds1.FTW]

1st cousin of Elizabeth Hackley

42.          iii.          SARAH HACKLEY, b. 1743, prob. Culpepper Co., Virginia.
          iv.          LUCY HACKLEY1, b. 1746, Virginia1; d. 01/08/1826, Montgomery Co., Ky1; m. JAMES MADISON JAMESON1; d. Abt. 1810, Kentucky1.
          v.          JOHN HACKLEY,III, LT.1, b. 17481; d. 03/16/1799, Culpeper Co., Va.1.

Notes for JOHN HACKLEY,III, LT.:
Gen. and Hist. Notes on Culpeper Co., Va.

John Hackley, Mar. 16, 1799; owned land in the "Western country." Speaks of his uncle, Wm. Ball. of his bros. in law, Thos. Jameson, m. Lucy Hackley, Sam'l. Reed, m. Sarah Hackley, Richard Hackley, m. Elizabeth Hackley, and of his sister, Ann Taliaferro, of his uncle and aunt Barrow, of his bro. Jas. Hackley, of Fanny Ball Long, dau. of Gabriel Long, and Fanny Ball Thomas, dau. of Edw. Ball Thomas, of Ky. June 15, 1801.

          vi.          SAMUEL HACKLEY1, b. 17491.
43.          vii.          JAMES HACKLEY, b. 08/01/1751, Culpepper Co., Virginia; d. 09/17/1841, Woodford Co., Kentucky.
44.          viii.          JUDITH BALL HACKLEY, b. 1759; d. 1825, Montgomery Co., Ky--buried Mt. Sterling, ky.

Generation No. 5

29. ELIZABETH6 DONIPHAN (ALEXANDER(2)5, MOTT4, MARGARET3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1759 in Brunswick Parish,King Geo. Co., Virginia1, and died Abt. 18121. She married RICHARD SHIPPE, SR.1. He was born 1747 in Caroline Co., Virginia1, and died 1828 in Kentucky1.
          
Child of ELIZABETH DONIPHAN and RICHARD SHIPPE is:
45.          i.          EMMA GRANT7 SHIPPE, b. 10/29/1787, Caroline Co., Virginia.

30. JAMES6 GRANT (MARGARET5 GLENDENING, JOHN4, ANNE3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1) He married ANN DISKIN in Virginia.
          
Children of JAMES GRANT and ANN DISKIN are:
46.          i.          DISKIN7 GRANT.
47.          ii.          JAMES GRANT, JR..

31. JOHN6 PIPER (MARGARET5 REEDS, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 16951, and died 1759 in Westmoreland Co., Va.1. He married MARY MARSHALL1. She was born Abt. 1697, and died in Westmoreland Co., Va.1.

Notes for JOHN PIPER:
PIPER, JOHN, 12 Aug. 17--; 25 Sept. 1759. -Westmoreland
Land and 5 negroes to dau. Rachel and her husband William Monroe; son Janathan, his wife Ann and their son John 400 acres of land and 4 negroes; son David 5 negroes; son in law Thomas Muse and my dau. Ann his wife 4 negroes; son William and my dau. Mary Piper land whereon I live and 4 negroes; youngest son Benjamin land in Culpeper.

   
FRANK, SARAH, widow of Robert * * * 20 June 1725.--Westmoreland
     (Nuncupative.)
Eldest son Thomas; children Robert, Samuel, Martha and Neremiah to John Piper and his wife Mary until they come of age. Attested to by John Plunkett.

          
Children of JOHN PIPER and MARY MARSHALL are:
48.          i.          JONATHAN7 PIPER, b. 1732; d. Bef. 07/29/1766, Westmoreland Co., Va..
49.          ii.          RACHEL PIPER, b. 1734; d. 1759.
50.          iii.          WILLIAM PIPER, b. 1734, lived in King George/Westmoreland Co., Va.; d. 1792.
          iv.          DAVID PIPER1, b. 1736; m. ANN COX.
          v.          ANN PIPER1, b. 1738; m. THOMAS MUSE; b. Abt. 1730, Westmoreland Co., Va..
          vi.          MARY PIPER1, b. 1740.
          vii.          BENJAMIN PIPER1, b. 1742, Westmoreland Co., Va.; d. Bef. 1802, Green Co., Ky; m. GEORGIANNA ROY1.

32. GALE (JALEE)6 REEDS (SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1770 in Culpepper Co., Virginia1, and died 07/10/1835 in Callaway Co., Mo.1. She married JOHN JAMESON1 1790 in Lexington, Fayette Co., Ky, son of JAMES JAMESON and LUCY HACKLEY. He was born 1770 in Culpeper Co., Va.1, and died 09/11/1834 in Callaway Co., Mo..

Notes for JOHN JAMESON:
Posted by Dan Smith on Tue, 25 Jan 2000, in response to Isaac Newton Jameson, d. 1836, posted by Dan Smith on Tue, 11 Jan 2000

Surname: JAMESON, HACKLEY, REEDS, HARRIS, HARPER, MARTIN, SALLEE, SMITH, SITTON, YEATER, WRIGHT
As a followup on my query, I have found some additional information about the parentage of Isaac Newton JAMESON which is below.
JOHN JAMESON was born 1769, Culpeper Co. VA., the son and first child of James and Lucy (HACKLEY) JAMESON. He died September 11, 1834 Callaway Co. MO. Mr. JAMESON married Jalee REEDS, born 1770 VA., died July 10, 1835, Callaway Co., MO., the daughter of Samuel and Sarah (HACKLEY) REEDS.
Children:
(All born Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co. KY)
(1) James, b.c. 1794;
(2) Samuel, b.c.1796; d. MO.; m. 8/10/1826, Malinda Harris;
(3) Lucy, b.c. 1798; m. 3/30/1819, Nicholas Harper;
(4) Thomas, b.c. 1800; m.1) Margaret V. Martin; m.2) Mrs. Philip George(Sallee);
(5) John, b. 3/6/1802; d. 1/24/1857;m. 2/16/1837, Susan Grubb Harris;
(6) Isaac Newton, b.c. 1804; m. Permelia A. Smith;
(7) Sarah{Sally}, b.c. 1807; m. 11/11/1825, John Sitton;
(8) Judith Hackley, b.c. 1810; m. 9/2/1830, Charles Yeater{Yater);
(9) Amanda, b.c. 1815;
(10) Elizabeth, b.c. 1820; m. 2/24/1848, Henry T. Wright;
Notes:
John Jameson migrated from Virginia to Kentucky with his parents in 1782. He lived in Mt. Sterling upon the old homestead at Estill's Defeat. John and Jalee Jameson removed 1824 to Fulton, Callaway Co. MO. There is more information about John Jameson in the 1884 book History of Callaway County Missouri.

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Children of GALE REEDS and JOHN JAMESON are:
          i.          JAMES7 JAMESON1, b. Abt. 1794.
          ii.          SAMUEL JAMESON1, b. Abt. 1796, Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., Ky; d. Mo.; m. MALINDA HARRIS, 08/10/1826; b. Abt. 1800.
          iii.          LUCY JAMISON1, b. Abt. 1798, Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., Ky; m. NICHOLAS HARPER, JR.1, 03/30/1819, Montgomery Co., Ky.
          iv.          THOMAS JAMESON1, b. Abt. 1800, Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., Ky; m. (1) MARGARET V. MARTIN; m. (2) MS SALLEE, WIDOW GEORGE.
          v.          JOHN JAMESON1, b. 03/06/1802, Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., Ky; d. 01/24/1857; m. SUSAN GRUBB HARRISON, 02/16/1837.
          vi.          ISAAC NEWTON JAMESON1, b. Abt. 1804; d. 02/17/1836, Fulton Twp., Callaway Co., Mo.; m. PERMELIA A. SMITH, 01/21/1836, Fulton Twp., Callaway Co., Mo.; d. 06/10/1870, Callaway Co., Mo..
          vii.          SARAH "SALLY" JAMESON1, b. Abt. 1807, Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., Ky; m. JOHN SITTON, 11/11/1825.
          viii.          JUDITH HACKLEY JAMESON1, b. Abt. 1810, Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., Ky; m. CHARLES YEATER, 09/02/1830.
          ix.          AMANDA JAMESON1, b. Abt. 1815.
          x.          ELIZABETH JAMESON1, b. Abt. 1820, Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., Ky; m. HENRY T. WRIGHT.

33. ARMISTEAD BRUCE6 REEDS (SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 12/02/1777 in Culpepper Co., Virginia1, and died 05/12/1850 in Independence, Coles Co., Ill--lived Edgar 18451. He married LUCY ARNOLD1 02/25/1801 in Garrard Co., Ky, daughter of REUBEN ARNOLD and MARGARET HUDSON. She was born 04/02/1782 in Culpepper Co., Va.1, and died 08/17/1859 in Independence, Coles Co., Ill1.
          
Children of ARMISTEAD REEDS and LUCY ARNOLD are:
          i.          LUCY M.7 REEDS1.
          ii.          JUDITH REEDS1, b. Aft. 1801.
          iii.          MARGARET REEDS1, b. Aft. 1801.
          iv.          REUBEN H. REEDS1, b. Aft. 1801.
          v.          SAMUEL H. REEDS1, b. Aft. 1801.
          vi.          SARAH E. REEDS1, b. Aft. 1801.
51.          vii.          GABRIEL MADISON REEDS, b. 01/17/1811, Franklin Co., Kentucky; d. 12/02/1873, Elk City, Montgomery Co., Kansas.
52.          viii.          JOHN WILLIAM REEDS, b. 09/30/1817.

34. JOHN H.6 REEDS (SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1780 in Culpepper Co., St. Mark's Parish, Va.1, and died 08/14/1813 in Franklin Co.,Kentucky1. He married FRANCIS B. (?) REEDS1 1797 in Lexington, Fayette Co., Ky.
          
Children of JOHN REEDS and FRANCIS REEDS are:
          i.          SAMUEL7 REEDS1, b. Aft. 1797.
          ii.          JOHN REEDS1, b. Aft. 1797.
          iii.          (DAU) REEDS1, b. Aft. 1797.

35. JAMES6 REEDS (SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1781 in Culpepper Co., St. Mark's Parish, Va.1, and died 01/23/1833 in Poplar Grove, Owens Co., Ky1. He married JANE GARVEY1 07/20/1809 in Henry Co., Ky.
          
Child of JAMES REEDS and JANE GARVEY is:
          i.          THOMAS7 REEDS, b. 03/08/1830.

Notes for THOMAS REEDS:
Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 7th ed., 1887,
Owen Co.

THOMAS REED was born in Owen County, Ky., March 8, 1830, and is a son of
James and Jane (Garvey) Reed, who were natives of the Old Dominion, and
immigrated to Kentucky at an early day. James Reed was a wheelwright and
farmer, and a soldier in the war of 1812. He was born in 1771, and died
in Owen County, January 20, 1833. Jane (Garvey) Reed was born February
17, 1786, and was a daughter of Job and Mary Garvey; she died August 29,
1874. Job Garvey served seven years in the Revolutionary was under Gen.
Washington. Thomas Reed received his education in the common schools of
Owen County. He had made farming his chief occupation through life, and
owns a fine farm of seventy-five acres, valued at $90 per acre. December
18, 1866, Mr. Reed married Miss L. F. Alexander, daughter of Travis D.
and Nellie (Vanarden) Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. Reed are members of the
Baptist Church, and in politics Mr. Reed is a stanch Democrat. He
enlisted in the Confederate Army, Company B, Fourth Kentucky Cavalry, at
Lexington, Ky., October 6, 1862, and at the close of the war was
honorably discharged at Mount Sterling., Ky., May 4, 1865.

Reed Garvey Alexander Vanarden
=
VA

36. SAMUEL6 REEDS III (SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1783 in Montgomery Co., Virginia1, and died 1807 in Jessamine, Kentucky1. He married JANE "JENNY" FRIER1, daughter of ROBERT FRIER and JANE FRIER.
          
Children of SAMUEL REEDS and JANE FRIER are:
          i.          JAMES7 REEDS11.

Notes for JAMES REEDS:
Possibly James M. REEDS buried Morris Cemetery,near Briscoe, Lincoln Co., Mo.--Lt. Co G 3 Mo S.M. Cavalry--No dates on stone[reeds.FBK]

[Reeds1.FTW]

Possibly James M. REEDS buried Morris Cemetery,near Briscoe, Lincoln Co., Mo.--Lt. Co G 3 Mo S.M. Cavalry--No dates on stone

53.          ii.          NANCY FRIER REEDS, d. Lived in Davis Co., Missouri after 1844.

37. GABRIEL6 REEDS (SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 07/18/1785 in Culpepper Co., Virginia1, and died 05/02/1853 in Wellsville, Lincoln Co., Missouri1. He married (1) LUCY CALDWELL1 01/18/1811 in Jessamine Co., Kentucky, daughter of THOMAS CALDWELL and BETSY HARRIS. She was born 08/22/17911, and died 08/22/1819 in Lincoln Co., Ky1. He married (2) MARY BELL (POLLY) BAIRD1 08/08/1820 in Lincoln Co., Ky, daughter of SAMUEL BAIRD and SARAH CRAIG. She was born 03/08/1792 in Lincoln Co., Kentucky1, and died 12/26/1874 in Lincoln Co., Missouri1.

Notes for GABRIEL REEDS:
Bought land in Lincoln Co., Missouri 12/7/1827 and 2/7/1828 from John Cox. Moved to Missouri in 1827.He arrived with 13 slaves.
     Kentucky census 1820--Lincoln County, Missouri census 1830, 1850. A Gabriel Reeds is in the 1870 census of Kansas. Since Gabriel died in 1853, this must be the son Gabriel Francis Lee Reeds

Reeds, Gabriel KY LINCOLN CO. 013 1820
Reed, Thomas MO LINCOLN CO. 010 1830
Reeds, Gabriel MO LINCOLN CO. 010 1830
Reeds, Absolom J. MO LINCOLN CO. 49TH DISTRICT 423 1850
    Reeds, Gabriel MO LINCOLN CO. 49TH DISTRICT 423 1850

Federal Land Patents--Lincoln Co., Mo.
REEDS, GABRIEL MO 11/10/1830 1416
    MO0270__.411
REEDS, GABRIEL MO 11/10/1830 1417
    MO0270__.412
REEDS, GABRIEL MO 04/01/1829 819
    MO0260__.313
REEDS, GABRIEL MO 04/01/1829 820
    MO0260__.314
REEDS, GABRIEL J MO 08/02/1852 26699
    MO2490__.191

Notes for LUCY CALDWELL:
Happy to read your query on Lucy Caldwell of Jessamine Co., KY. She is a sister to my 4x Great Grandfather, William Caldwell, born 12-15-79. My Uncle Ernie did an extensive search on the family many years ago. My sister and I have been trying to sort it all out and verify the information. I was happy to receive the information you had on Lucy because all he had for her was "shown on 1810 census Jessamine Co., KY." I would be glad to share any information I have with you if I knew exactly what you needed. My information goes back to Lucy and William's Grandfather John Caldwell born in Scotland, deceased in 1750 here in the USA. His wife, Margaret Phillips, of DeVery Co. Ireland (also born in Scotland)had a sister that married a Dougherty. That is all I know about her background. I do have a list of all their children, but would love to find out if John Caldwell had siblings either in Ireland or the USA. Let me know if you want more or need more.
Janice (Caldwell) Samuelson
2010 Balmoral Ridge Drive
Brighton, MI 48114
(810) 227-9699

email: dtsamuel@livingonline.com

Notes for MARY BELL (POLLY) BAIRD:
Mary and Gabriel settled in Missouri in 1830.[reeds.FBK]

[Reeds1.FTW]

Mary and Gabriel settled in Missouri in 1830.
          
Children of GABRIEL REEDS and LUCY CALDWELL are:
          i.          SAMUEL THOMAS7 REEDS, DR.1, b. 1812, Jessamine Co., Kentucky1; d. 08/18/1846, to Louisville, Lincoln Co., Mo.1; m. SARAH AGNES FINLEY1, 12/19/1845, Lincoln Co., Missouri.
54.          ii.          FRANCES C. REEDS, b. 1813, Jessamine Co., Kentucky.
55.          iii.          JOHN M. REEDS, b. 1814, Jessamine Co., Kentucky; d. Aft. 1870, Lincoln Co., Missouri.
56.          iv.          ELIZABETH HARRIS REEDS, b. 05/13/1818, Jessamine Co., Kentucky; d. 06/12/1867, Lincoln Co., Missouri.
          
Children of GABRIEL REEDS and MARY BAIRD are:
          v.          ROBERT7 REEDS1, b. 1823, Lincoln Co., Ky1.
57.          vi.          ABSOLAM(ABRAHAM) J. REEDS, b. 1825, Lincoln Co., Ky; d. Aft. 1880, Wellsville, Lincoln Co., Missouri.
58.          vii.          JAMES H. REEDS, b. 1827, Lincoln Co., Kentucky; d. 12/1901, Bowling Green, Pike Co., Missouri.
59.          viii.          DAVID CROCKETT REEDS, b. 1829, Lincoln Co., Missouri; d. 10/1856, Lincoln Co., Missouri.
60.          ix.          GABRIEL FRANCIS LEE REEDS, b. 1829, Lincoln Co., Missouri; d. 1870, Lincoln Co., Missouri.
61.          x.          HACKLEY CRAIG REEDS, b. 02/06/1831, Lincoln Co., Missouri; d. 08/21/1894, Sulphur Lick, Lincoln Co., Missouri--bur, Louisville, Mo. Cem..
62.          xi.          HENRY FRANKLIN REEDS, b. 07/10/1834, Lincoln Co., Mo.; d. 07/21/1914, Montgomery City , Montgomery County, Missouri.

38. THOMAS6 REEDS (SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1788 in Lexington, Fayette Co., Ky1, and died 12/08/1871 in Lincoln Co., Missouri1. He married (1) LINDA MAYS1 01/29/1814 in Henry Co., Ky. He married (2) MARGARET MOXLEY1 03/11/1819 in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., Ky, daughter of SPENCER MOXLEY. She was born 1799 in Virginia1, and died 02/25/1855 in Pike Co., Missouri1.

Notes for THOMAS REEDS:
    Reeds, Thomas MO PIKE CO. HARTFORD TWP 243 1850
          
Child of THOMAS REEDS and LINDA MAYS is:
63.          i.          CATHERINE7 REEDS, b. 12/30/1819, Montgomery County, Kentucky; d. 11/14/1908, Mesa, Arizona.
          
Children of THOMAS REEDS and MARGARET MOXLEY are:
          ii.          SARAH7 REEDS1, b. 1822, Montgomery County , Ky1; d. 02/25/1855, Pike Co., Missouri1.
64.          iii.          JULIA ANN REEDS, b. 06/27/1823, Montgomery County , Ky; d. 1883.
65.          iv.          WILLIAM DUDLEY REEDS, b. 1825, Montgomery County , Ky; d. 10/11/1857, Pike Co., Missouri.
          v.          JAMES PERRY REEDS1, b. 18281.
          vi.          JOSIAH M. REEDS1, b. 18311; m. AMANDA M. POWERS1.
66.          vii.          SAMUEL THOMAS REEDS, b. 10/18/1833, Pike Co., Missouri; d. 01/05/1882, Pike Co., Missouri.

39. NANCY SLAUGHTER6 STUBBLEFIELD (ELLEN5 HACKLEY, ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1) was born 1754, and died Aft. 1788 in Stubblefield, Va.. She married GABRIEL E. LONG, CAPT., MAJOR Bet. 1780 - 1781. He was born 02/23/1750-51 in Culpeper Co., Va., and died 02/03/1827.

Notes for NANCY SLAUGHTER STUBBLEFIELD:

Judyh@dnet.net

I can trace the lineage through their daughter, Eleanor (Ellen) Hackley Doniphan Stubblefield. Thomas Stubblefield was her second husband, she later married a lawyer named Underwood and had additional children.

Nancy Slaughter Stubblefield was born in 1754. She married CAPTAIN?MAJOR Gabriel E. Long (b. 23 Feb 1751 in Culpeper Co., VA) ~1780/81. Gabriel died 3 Feb 1827 and was buried in either Culpeper Co., VA or Christian County, KY. Nancy died after 1788 in Stubblefield, VA.

Gabriel and Nancy's son, Thomas Stubblefield Long married three times, but I am unsure which wife was Susan's mother since several birthdates have been published for Susan's birth.

I believe that most likely her mother was Lucinda (Lucy) Brown Slaughter Long who was Thomas' third wife, widow of his half-brother Gabriel Long b. 1784.

Thomas first married Bathsheba Moxley, a teen aged girl with whom he fathered 3 children. Next he married Nancy Shipp b. 1774 in Culpeper Co., VA, and thirdly, Lucy.

Susan Stubblefield Long md. William Henry Harrison West, son of Claiborne Dandridge West of Buckingham Co., VA. They had a son, Henry Claiborne West who married Miildre Loving. Their daughter,

Bettie Young West married Leslie Soule, b. 19 Jan 1865, probably in Paducah, Mc Cracken Co., KY. Their daughter, Mildred Loving Soule b. 4 oct 1889 in Paducah, KY married William Kirkham Coolidge and had 2 childre, one being William Nelson Coolidge (my father).

I am Judith Ann Coolidge Hughes md. to Robert Lloyd Hughes and we have two children, and five grand-children.

If you ddesire further information or can supply more information about James Hackley/Elizabeth Shippy, please reply via this forum or by direct e-mail.

Judy Hughes

          
Child of NANCY STUBBLEFIELD and GABRIEL LONG is:
          i.          THOMAS STUBBLEFIELD7 LONG.

40. ELIZABETH6 HACKLEY (FRANCIS5, ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 07/27/1769 in Orange Co., Va.1, and died Bef. 18411. She married RICHARD LUCAS1 Abt. 1798 in Anderson Co., Ky.
          
Children of ELIZABETH HACKLEY and RICHARD LUCAS are:
          i.          MANOAH7 LUCAS1.
67.          ii.          TUDOR LUCAS, b. 02/20/1799, Stamping Grounds, Scott Co., Ky; d. 08/24/1847, Warsaw, Gallatin Co., Ky.
          iii.          WICKLIFFE LUCAS1.
          iv.          PRUDENCE LUCAS1.
          v.          SQUIRE LUCAS1.

41. SAMUEL6 HACKLEY (JAMES(2)5, ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1) He married FRANCES PORTER1.
          
Children of SAMUEL HACKLEY and FRANCES PORTER are:
          i.          BURKITT7 HACKLEY1.
          ii.          THOMAS HACKLEY1.
68.          iii.          JAMES HACKLEY, b. 1804, Culpeper Co., Va.; d. 08/10/1884, Culpeper Co., Va..

42. SARAH6 HACKLEY (JOHN5, ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1743 in prob. Culpepper Co., Virginia1. She married SAMUEL REEDS, JR.1 1765 in Culpepper Co., St. Mark's Parish, Va., son of SAMUEL REEDS and JAEL SHIPPEY. He was born Abt. 1740 in Virginia--prob. King Geo.1, and died 02/1814 in Montgomery County, Mt. Sterling, Ky1.
          
Children are listed above under (22) Samuel Reeds, Jr..

43. JAMES6 HACKLEY (JOHN5, ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 08/01/1751 in Culpepper Co., Virginia1, and died 09/17/1841 in Woodford Co., Kentucky1. He married ELIZABETH DANIEL1 1775, daughter of ROBERT DANIEL and SUSANNAH FARGESON. She was born 11/10/17591.
          
Children of JAMES HACKLEY and ELIZABETH DANIEL are:
          i.          SAMUEL BALL7 HACKLEY, m. (1) FRANCES SLAUGHTER, Nelson Co., Ky; m. (2) CATHERINE COLEMAN, RUNNER.
69.          ii.          LUCRETIA FERGUSON HACKLEY, b. 02/23/1779; d. 10/1827.

44. JUDITH BALL6 HACKLEY (JOHN5, ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 17591, and died 1825 in Montgomery Co., Ky--buried Mt. Sterling, ky1. She married THOMAS JAMESON II1 1778 in Culpeper Co., Va., son of THOMAS JAMESON, CAPT.. He was born 17431, and died 08/14/1827 in Montgomery Co., KY--buried Mt. Sterling, ky1.
          
Children of JUDITH HACKLEY and THOMAS JAMESON are:
          i.          ELIZABETH (BETTY)7 JAMESON1, b. 17791; m. LLOYD THOMPSON1.
          ii.          HACKLEY JAMESON1, b. 17831; m. (1) BARILLA BLEDSOE1, 1820; m. (2) BERILLA BLEDSOE, 01/24/1820, Garrard Co., Ky; b. 12/17/1798, Kentucky; d. 1832.
          iii.          JAMES JAMESON1, b. 17811; m. MARY ANN STOUT1.
          iv.          JOHN JAMESON1, b. 17731.
          v.          JUDITH JAMESON1, b. 17751; m. ELIJAH BLEDSOE1, Bef. 1827, Montgomery Co., Ky.
70.          vi.          LUCY ANN JAMESON, b. 1773.
          vii.          MARGARET(PEGGY) JAMESON1, b. 17851; d. 1848, Louisville, Mo.--Louisville Cem.1; m. DAVID STUART, GEN.1, 01/20/1825, Montgomery Co., Ky; b. 01/24/1798, Montgomery Co., Ky--to Mo. in 18291; d. 06/1871, Louisville, Lincoln Co., Mo.--bur Stewart Cem.1.
          viii.          MILDRED JAMESON1, b. 17711; m. THOMAS PERRY MOSELY, Bef. 1827, Montgomery Co., Ky.
          ix.          SANFORD JAMESON1, b. 17871; m. MARTHA ANN SALLEE1, 10/16/1828, Montgomery Co., Ky.
71.          x.          THOMAS JAMESON III, b. 1783; d. 07/1819, Kentucky.

Generation No. 6

45. EMMA GRANT7 SHIPPE (ELIZABETH6 DONIPHAN, ALEXANDER(2)5, MOTT4, MARGARET3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 10/29/1787 in Caroline Co., Virginia1. She married WILLIAM TRUMAN1 08/28/1807 in Woodford Co., Kentucky, son of ABRAHAM TRUMAN. He was born 01/15/1783 in Virginia1, and died 11/28/1863 in Shelby Co., Kentucky1.

Notes for EMMA GRANT SHIPPE:
Had 8 sons and 4 daughters[reeds.FBK]

Had 8 sons and 4 daughters[Reeds1.FTW]

Had 8 sons and 4 daughters

Notes for WILLIAM TRUMAN:
Adopted by William and Nancy TRUMAN
          
Children of EMMA SHIPPE and WILLIAM TRUMAN are:
          i.          ANDERSON SHIPPE8 TRUMAN1, b. 02/27/1816, Shelby Co., Kentucky1; d. 07/03/1887, Grandview,Jackson Co., Missouri1; m. MARY JANE HOLMES1, 08/13/1846, Christianburg, Shelby Co., Kentucky; b. 03/15/1821, Shelby Co., Kentucky1; d. 02/05/1879, Jackson Co., Missouri1.

Notes for ANDERSON SHIPPE TRUMAN:
Moved toMissouriin 1846
Had an elder son and 3 daughters[reeds.FBK]

Moved toMissouriin 1846
Had an elder son and 3 daughters[Reeds1.FTW]

Moved toMissouriin 1846
Had an elder son and 3 daughters

          ii.          MINERVA O. TRUMAN1.

46. DISKIN7 GRANT (JAMES6, MARGARET5 GLENDENING, JOHN4, ANNE3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1) He married SUSANNAH ROBERTSON Bef. 1787 in Guilford Co., North Carolina.

Notes for DISKIN GRANT:
Moved to Caswell Co.,NC
          
Child of DISKIN GRANT and SUSANNAH ROBERTSON is:
          i.          ZACHARIAH8 GRANT, m. MARY WHEELESS, 1810, Motgomery Co., Tennessee.

47. JAMES7 GRANT, JR. (JAMES6, MARGARET5 GLENDENING, JOHN4, ANNE3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1) He married ELIZABETH POWELL.
          
Child of JAMES GRANT and ELIZABETH POWELL is:
          i.          ARCHIBALD8 GRANT, m. LYDIA ROBERTS.

48. JONATHAN7 PIPER (JOHN6, MARGARET5 REEDS, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1732, and died Bef. 07/29/1766 in Westmoreland Co., Va.1. He married ANNE QUIESENBERY1 Aft. 1752, daughter of HUMPHREY QUIESENBERY and ELIZABETH MOTHERHEAD.

Notes for JONATHAN PIPER:
Was accused of murdering his cousin James Marshall on 1/26/1756 at Leedstown, King Geo Co., Va

PEPER, JOHN, 29 June 1698. --Westmoreland
Inventory returned by Margaret the relict.

          
Children of JONATHAN PIPER and ANNE QUIESENBERY are:
          i.          JOHN8 PIPER.
          ii.          MARY PIPER, b. Aft. 1752.
          iii.          JENY PIPER, b. Aft. 1752.
          iv.          RACHEL PIPER, b. Aft. 1752.
          v.          SUSANNAH PIPER, b. Aft. 1752.

49. RACHEL7 PIPER (JOHN6, MARGARET5 REEDS, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 17341, and died 1759. She married WILLIAM MONROE1, son of WILLIAM MONROE and MARGARET BOWCOCK. He was born Abt. 1708, and died 1775.

Notes for RACHEL PIPER:
Grandmother of Pres. James Monroe.[reeds.FBK]

ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM, Frederick Virkus

MONROE, Frank Adair, b Annapolis, Md., Aug. 30, 1844.
7-Andrew Monroe (d 1668), from Scotland, was in
     Md., 1644 when he "took sides with Parliament
     against' Lord Baltimore; patented land at
     mouth of Appomattox Creek, Westmoreland
     Co., Va., 1652; m Elizabeth Alexander;
6-William (d 1737), was left out of his father's
     will, but purchased 406 acres of the original
     patent of 1,400 acres; part of this land he be-
     queathed to his grandson Spence (son of An-
     drew, Jr.) the father of James Monroe, the
President who inherited it in 1781;
5-William (d ca 1775), m 2d, Rachel, dau. John
     Piper;
4-Andrew (1749-1815), removed to Woodford Co..
     Ky., m Anna, dau. Thomas Bell;
3-Thomas Bell (1791-1865), U.S. dist. judge for
Ky., m 1812, Eliza Palmer Adair (1790-1871).

   

          
Children of RACHEL PIPER and WILLIAM MONROE are:
          i.          BENJAMIN8 MONROE.
          ii.          MARTHA MONROE.
          iii.          ANDREW MONROE, m. ANN BELL.
          iv.          DAVID MONROE.
          v.          THOMAS MONROE.
          vi.          JANE MONROE.
          vii.          SARAH MONROE.
          viii.          ANN MONROE.
          ix.          JAMES MONROE, m. NANCY SAMUEL.

50. WILLIAM7 PIPER (JOHN6, MARGARET5 REEDS, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1734 in lived in King George/Westmoreland Co., Va., and died 1792. He married ANN JETT.

Notes for WILLIAM PIPER:
Piper, Anne VA KING GEORGE CO. 1782 TAX LIST
    Piper, William VA KING GEORGE CO. 1782 TAX LIST

          
Children of WILLIAM PIPER and ANN JETT are:
          i.          JOHN8 PIPER, b. Abt. 1755.
          ii.          MARYAN PIPER, b. Abt. 1755; m. JAMES MUSE.

51. GABRIEL MADISON7 REEDS (ARMISTEAD BRUCE6, SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 01/17/1811 in Franklin Co., Kentucky1, and died 12/02/1873 in Elk City, Montgomery Co., Kansas1. He married (1) LUCINDA MCMAHAN1 03/26/1833 in Elbridge, Edgar Co., Illinois. She was born 02/02/1819 in Indiana?1, and died 11/14/1848 in Cole/Edgar Co., Illinois1. He married (2) MARTHY R. FARRIS1 08/22/1850 in Coles Co., Illinois.
          
Child of GABRIEL REEDS and LUCINDA MCMAHAN is:
          i.          JOHN ANDREW8 REEDS1, b. 07/30/1844, Coles Co., Illinois1; d. 03/29/1908, Ft. Scott, Bourbon Co., Kansas1; m. (1) ELIZABETH HULL1; b. Abt. 1846; m. (2) SARAH FRANCES HAYNES1, 01/07/1872, Delphi, Carroll Co., Indiana; b. 1847, Delphi, Carroll Co., Indiana1; d. 04/11/1932, Grand Junction, Mesa Co., Colorado1.

Notes for JOHN ANDREW REEDS:
Fort Scott National Cemtery, Bourbon Co., Ks.

... Reeds, John A, d. 03/29/1908, PVT CO I 6 KANS CAV, See John A Reeds, Pvt Co H 12 Kans Cav, Plot: 19A, NOT VERIFIED
Reeds, John A, d. 03/29/1908, PVT H 12 KAN INF, Plot: 19A, NOT VERIFIED
Reeds, Mabel Allison, b. 04/12/1912, d. 02/15/1974, ...

          
Child of GABRIEL REEDS and MARTHY FARRIS is:
          ii.          JAMES A.8 REEDS, b. 1856; d. 1943.

52. JOHN WILLIAM7 REEDS (ARMISTEAD BRUCE6, SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 09/30/18171. He married (1) MARY J. ASHMORE1 Bef. 1850. She was born 04/03/18281, and died 04/19/18501. He married (2) LOUISA CATHERINE MOFFETT1 11/04/1852 in Edgar Co., Illinois.

Notes for JOHN WILLIAM REEDS:
He and his wife had 12 children.[reeds.FBK]

He and his wife had 12 children.[Reeds1.FTW]

He and his wife had 12 children.
          
Children of JOHN REEDS and LOUISA MOFFETT are:
          i.          DANIEL R.8 REEDS1, b. 09/06/18531; d. 10/04/18531.
          ii.          ELIZABETH JANE REEDS1, b. 18551.
          iii.          JAMES WILLIAM REEDS1, b. 04/08/18571; m. DORA MUNDELL1, 01/27/1878, Coles Co., Illinois; b. 10/22/1861, Oakland, Illinois1.
          iv.          JULIAN ALBERT REEDS1, b. 01/08/18591.

Notes for JULIAN ALBERT REEDS:
Albert never married.[reeds.FBK]

Albert never married.[Reeds1.FTW]

Albert never married.

          v.          ARMISTEAD BRUCE REEDS1, b. 12/13/18601; d. 08/06/19431; m. FRANKIE BELLE HOGUE1, 02/16/1882, Coles Co., Illinois; b. 03/26/1863; d. 03/29/1936.
          vi.          (I) REEDS1, b. 05/01/18611; d. Abt. 05/01/18611.
          vii.          LUCINDA C. REEDS1, b. 18631; m. WILLIS A. NOLAN, 07/18/1881, Coles Co., Illinois.
          viii.          LUCY M. REEDS1, b. 18651; m. MARTIN LUTHER RUTHERFORD, 08/20/1888, Oakland, Coles Co., Illinois; b. 1866.

Notes for MARTIN LUTHER RUTHERFORD:
Info from DAR file of Anna Louisa Rutherford Zimmerman #103644--desc. of Capt. John RUTHERFORD and Lt. William SWAN.

          ix.          CHARLES T. REEDS1, b. 03/18/18681.

53. NANCY FRIER7 REEDS (SAMUEL6, SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1, and died in Lived in Davis Co., Missouri after 1844. She married ASA VALLANDINGHAM1 1812 in Fayette Co., Ky, son of RICHARD VALLANDINGHAM and CATHERINE ANDERSON. He was born Abt. 17831.

Notes for ASA VALLANDINGHAM:
Asa served in the war of 1812. He is listed in the census of 1820 for Scott Co., Ky , with no children.[reeds.FBK]

Asa served in the war of 1812. He is listed in the census of 1820 for Scott Co., Ky , with no children.[Reeds1.FTW]

Asa served in the war of 1812. He is listed in the census of 1820 for Scott Co., Ky , with no children.
          
Child of NANCY REEDS and ASA VALLANDINGHAM is:
          i.          NANCY8 VALLANDINGHAM1.

54. FRANCES C.7 REEDS (GABRIEL6, SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1813 in Jessamine Co., Kentucky1. She married JOHN LOGAN1 02/18/1830 in Lincoln Co., Missouri. He was born 1803 in Jessamine Co., Kentucky1, and died 09/03/1870 in Lincoln Co., Missouri1.
          
Children of FRANCES REEDS and JOHN LOGAN are:
          i.          NANCY A.8 LOGAN1, b. 18311; m. GEORGE ADAMS1, 11/06/1850.
          ii.          FRANCIS LOGAN1, b. 18321.
          iii.          WILLIAM DUNCAN LOGAN1, b. 18381.

55. JOHN M.7 REEDS (GABRIEL6, SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1814 in Jessamine Co., Kentucky1, and died Aft. 1870 in Lincoln Co., Missouri1. He married JULIA A. (?) REEDS1. She died Aft. 18701.
          
Children of JOHN REEDS and JULIA REEDS are:
          i.          JOHN D.8 REEDS1, m. HARRIET BRISCOE1, 04/17/1873, Lincoln Co., Missouri.
          ii.          MARGARET F. REEDS1.
          iii.          WILLIAM REEDS1.
          iv.          MARY L. REEDS1, b. 18351; m. JAMES H.(OR E.) STONE1, 01/12/1855, Lincoln Co., Mo..
          v.          SARAH E. REEDS1, b. 18371; m. RICHARD R. DUNN1, 11/10/1853, Lincoln Co., Missouri.
          vi.          SAMUEL WILLIAM REEDS1, b. 09/08/1839, Calloway Co.(seat=Fulton) ,Missouri1; d. 07/05/19091; m. (1) LOUESA J. BROYLES1, 03/11/1868, Lincoln Co., Missouri; b. 1839, Lincoln Co., Missouri1; d. 09/20/1893, Lincoln County, Missouri1; m. (2) IDA PRICE BRADFORD1, 05/31/1894, home of Mr./Mrs. A.M.Broyles, Briscoe,Mo.; b. 08/02/18621; d. 09/12/1941, buried in Morris cemetery1.

Notes for SAMUEL WILLIAM REEDS:

Died of heart trouble and dropsy,age 69-70
Rode with his father, John M. Reeds, in the Civil War with the Missouri Cavalry--Union.
COC 10 M0. SM Cavalry. Buried in the Broyles Cemetery Silex, Lincoln Co., Mo.[reeds.FBK]

Broyles Cemetery, Lincoln County, Missouri
REEDS
        Samuel W. REEDS - C.O.C. 10 MO SM Cav. (no dates)

Notes for IDA PRICE BRADFORD:
Descended from the Mayflower Bradfords.[reeds.FBK]

          vii.          JAMES T. REEDS1, b. 18461; m. ROSELYN NEWCHURCH1, 11/24/1864.

56. ELIZABETH HARRIS7 REEDS (GABRIEL6, SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 05/13/1818 in Jessamine Co., Kentucky1, and died 06/12/1867 in Lincoln Co., Missouri1. She married JOHN W. GEERY1 06/09/1842 in Lincoln Co., Missouri. He was born 09/25/18171, and died 09/28/18891.
          
Children of ELIZABETH REEDS and JOHN GEERY are:
          i.          MARY CALDWELL8 GEERY1, b. 18431; d. 1843, 3 days old1.
          ii.          MARGARET FRANCIS GEERY1, b. 18441; m. WILLIAM CAMPBELL1.
          iii.          GABRIEL GEERY1, b. 18471; m. ELIZABETH (?) GEERY1.
          iv.          JOHN W. GEERY1, b. 10/13/18561; d. 05/19/19421.

57. ABSOLAM(ABRAHAM) J.7 REEDS (GABRIEL6, SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1825 in Lincoln Co., Ky1, and died Aft. 1880 in Wellsville, Lincoln Co., Missouri1. He married MARTHA GRAYSON1 01/10/1850 in Lincoln Co., Missouri. She was born 1826 in Virginia1, and died Aft. 1880 in Wellsville, Lincoln County, Missouri1.

Notes for ABSOLAM(ABRAHAM) J. REEDS:
Was counted in census of Lincoln Co., Mo. p.423 1850.[reeds.FBK]

          
Children of ABSOLAM(ABRAHAM) REEDS and MARTHA GRAYSON are:
          i.          MARTHA8 REEDS1, b. 18531; m. SAMUEL RYNOLES1.
          ii.          SARAH F. REEDS1, b. 18541; m. JOHN SMITH1.

58. JAMES H.7 REEDS (GABRIEL6, SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1827 in Lincoln Co., Kentucky1, and died 12/1901 in Bowling Green, Pike Co., Missouri1. He married PENNINAH WILLIAMS1 08/13/1849 in Bowling Green, Pike Co., Missouri. She was born 18291, and died 1869 in Bowling Green, Pike Co., Missouri1.

Notes for JAMES H. REEDS:
Federal Land Patents--Lincoln Co., Mo.
REEDS, JAMES H MO 04/05/1855 25699
    MO2540__.175
REEDS, JAMES H MO 09/15/1854 28797
    MO2530__.038

          
Children of JAMES REEDS and PENNINAH WILLIAMS are:
          i.          WILLIAM8 REEDS1, b. 18511.
          ii.          JAMES GABRIEL REEDS1, b. 02/19/1853, Lincoln Co., Mo.1; d. 08/17/1895; m. TEXAS PATTIE RICHMOND1, Pike Co., Mo.; b. 03/06/1861; d. 09/09/1942, Houston, Texas.

Notes for JAMES GABRIEL REEDS:
James H. Reeds married Penina Williams 13 June 1849 in Pike Co. Mo. Vol.
2 Marriages.

Their son, James Gabriel Reeds married Texas Pattie Richmond (Sorry I
don't have marriage date.) James Gabriel was born 19 Feb. 1853 in Lincoln
co. Mo., died 17 Aug. 1895. Buried in Riverview cem. Louisiana,
Mo. Texas Pattie, born 6 Mar 1861, died 9 Sept 1942 in Houston, Tx. She
is buried in Riverview, Louisiana, Mo. James was a lawyer and served as
probate judge for Pike Co. They were parents of 4 children, two sons,
both died in infancy. Mary Louise Reeds b. 26 Feb. 1885,married Carroll
York, probably in St. Louis.
Mildred Richmond Reeds, b. 21 Nov. 1889 and married Louisdel Collins
Inman. They are buried in Riverview cem. Louisiana. Have more
information on the descendents of Mary Louise and Mildred if you are
interested.
mgarage@nemonet.com (Donna Darnell)

More About JAMES GABRIEL REEDS:
Burial: Riverview Cemetery, Louisiana, MO.

          iii.          JOHN ALLEN REEDS1, b. 18551; d. 18781.
          iv.          MARY D. REEDS1, b. 18581; d. 18591.
          v.          MARGARET J. REEDS1, b. 18611; m. J.J. KINCAID, MD1, 05/30/1878, Pike Co., Missouri1; b. , lived in Pike Co., Mo.1.
          vi.          FRANCIS REEDS1, b. 18641; d. 19041.

59. DAVID CROCKETT7 REEDS (GABRIEL6, SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1829 in Lincoln Co., Missouri1, and died 10/1856 in Lincoln Co., Missouri1. He married MARGARETT E. JAMESON1 11/01/1854 in Troy, Lincoln Co., Missouri, daughter of DAVID JAMESON and ELIZABETH HACKLEY. She was born 06/03/1833 in Pike Co., Missouri1, and died 06/01/1903 in Lincoln Co., Missouri1.

Notes for DAVID CROCKETT REEDS:
Federal Land Patents--Lincoln Co., Mo.
REEDS, DAVID C MO 08/02/1852 26699
    MO2490__.191
          
Child of DAVID REEDS and MARGARETT JAMESON is:
          i.          DAVID CROCKETT8 REEDS, JR.1, b. 18571; d. Aft. 1927, Baker, Oregon?1.

60. GABRIEL FRANCIS LEE7 REEDS (GABRIEL6, SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1829 in Lincoln Co., Missouri1, and died 1870 in Lincoln Co., Missouri1. He married MARGARETT E. JAMESON REEDS1 08/22/1859 in Troy, Lincoln Co., Missouri. She was born 06/03/1833 in Pike Co., Missouri1, and died 06/01/1903 in Lincoln Co., Missouri1.

Notes for GABRIEL FRANCIS LEE REEDS:
Gabriel Francis Lee Reeds married the widow of his twin brother David Crockett Reeds.[reeds.FBK]

Federal Land Patents--Lincoln Co., Mo.
REEDS, GABRIEL J MO 08/02/1852 26699
    MO2490__.191

Notes for MARGARETT E. JAMESON REEDS:
Widow of David Crockett Reeds[reeds.FBK]

          
Children of GABRIEL REEDS and MARGARETT REEDS are:
          i.          GABRIEL ABSOLOM YANCY8 REEDS1, b. 05/09/1860, Lincoln Co., Missouri1; d. 02/27/1927, Baker, Oregon1; m. SARAH EVALINE TRAIL1, 03/16/1884, Troy, Lincoln Co., Missouri; b. 1850, Lincoln Co., Missouri1; d. 1935, Lincoln Co., Missouri1.
          ii.          HACKLEY J. P. REEDS1, b. 1866, Lincoln Co., Missouri1; d. 1941, Troy, Lincoln Co., Missouri1; m. ROSALIE WRIGHT1; b. Aft. 1868, Owens, Missouri; d. 03/08/1953, Troy, Lincoln Co., Missouri1.

Notes for ROSALIE WRIGHT:
Info from DAR record of Mrs. Rosalie Wright Reeds #107822

          iii.          MARY ELIZABETH REEDS1, b. 05/24/1869, Troy, Lincoln Co., Missouri1; d. 11/1955, Fresno, California1; m. SANDFORD E. WILLIAMS1; b. 12/05/1871, Auburn, Lincoln Co., Missouri1; d. 03/1954, Fresno, California1.

61. HACKLEY CRAIG7 REEDS (GABRIEL6, SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 02/06/1831 in Lincoln Co., Missouri1, and died 08/21/1894 in Sulphur Lick, Lincoln Co., Missouri--bur, Louisville, Mo. Cem.1. He married JANE HUNTSMAN1 01/14/1852 in Lincoln Co., Missouri1.

Notes for HACKLEY CRAIG REEDS:

Buried at Sulphur Lick, Lincoln County, Missouri. Listed in marriage records as READS
          
Child of HACKLEY REEDS and JANE HUNTSMAN is:
          i.          GEORGE H.8 REEDS1, b. 18591; d. 01/21/1871, Louisville, Mo.--Louisville Cem.1.

62. HENRY FRANKLIN7 REEDS (GABRIEL6, SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 07/10/1834 in Lincoln Co., Mo.1, and died 07/21/1914 in Montgomery City , Montgomery County, Missouri1. He married (1) SARAH (SALLIE) E. PORTER1 08/08/1861 in Lincoln Co, Missouri, daughter of WILLIAM PORTER and SARAH RICHARDSON. She was born 08/26/1845 in Kentucky1, and died 11/25/1875 in --Ingram Cemetery , New Liberty, Lincoln Co, Missouri1. He married (2) ALICE IRENE DUNCAN1 07/21/1878 in Cumberland Pres., Lincoln Co., Missouri1, daughter of FRANCIS DUNCAN and FRANCES HAMMETT. She was born 10/22/1854 in Lincoln Co., Missouri1, and died 06/22/1896 in Lincoln Co. Missouri1.

Notes for HENRY FRANKLIN REEDS:
          Henry Franklin Reeds (1834-1914) was a teacher and Methodist minister in Jefferson City, Missouri. Letters to his daughter-in-law after 1901 have a return address of Warrensburg, Missouri. Was at one time the only high school teacher in Jefferson City--source Duncan Reeds.
          Born in Kentucky--source: son's listing on Mason street 1900 Brown Co., Wisc. census. Henry Clay Reeds was living with his sister and her husband in Green Bay Wisconsin--Dr. Alfred Slaughter

Louisville Lodge No. 428, A. F. & A. M., was granted a dispensation July 5, 1870. The original members were J. R. TINSLEY, J. S. R. GREGORY, C. T. NASH, H. F. REEDS, E. J. FISHER, Levi THOMAS, James MERRITT, H. HOPKE, John STONE, H. H. HIGGINBOTHAM and P. H. TUCKER. The lodge received its charter October 16, 1872, with J. R. TINSLEY, W. M., J. S. R. GREGORY, S. W. and C. T. NASH, J. W. The present membership is twenty-seven, and the officers are J. L. BUTLER, W. M.; J. F. YOUNG, S. W.; D. Y. MORRIS, J. W.; D. C. REEDS, Secretary; H. M. REID, Treasurer; S. E. ESTES, S. D.; H. H. HIGGINBOTHAM, J. D., and Josiah YOUNG, Tyler.
In 1882 this lodge and the high school board jointly erected a two-story frame building, 24x46 feet in size, at a cost of about $2,100, the former paying three-sevenths and the latter four-sevenths of the amount. The first story is occupied by the high school and the second by the lodge. The building is paid for, and no debt is pending with either lodge or school board.

          

Notes for SARAH (SALLIE) E. PORTER:
Place of birth as per children's report to 1900 Brown Co., Wisc. census[reeds.FBK]

          
Children of HENRY REEDS and SARAH PORTER are:
          i.          NORA8 REEDS1, b. 1866, Lincoln County, Missouri1; d. Warrensburg,Missouri1; m. GEORGE W. MAGRUDER1, 04/15/1887; b. 18591.

Notes for NORA REEDS:
Probably took in her father, Henry Franklin Reeds. During WWII she and her husband lived in Hollywood, California (Henry Franklin ReedsII address book)

In the 1880 census of Lincoln Co., Missouri, she is 14 yrs. old listed as a grandaughter living with William and Sarah Ann PORTER.[reeds.FBK]

          ii.          RUTH REEDS1, b. 01/1867, Lincoln Co., Missouri1; d. 11/02/1952, Davenport, Iowa--buried Ft. Howard, Gr. Bay, Wisc.1; m. ABBOTT WILLIAM SLAUGHTER, MD1, 1886, Carson, Lincoln Co, Missouri1; b. 12/01/1860, Westport, Missouri>Green Bay 18921; d. 03/18/1918, Green Bay, Wisconsin--Fort Howard Cemetery1.

Notes for RUTH REEDS:

In 1900 Ruth and her husband Dr. Alfred Slaughter lived in Green Bay , Wisc.
Henry Clay Reeds was living with his sister's family and working as a motorman. During WWII they lived in Madison, Wisc. (Henry F. Reeds address book)

In the 1880 census of Lincoln Co., Missouri, Ruth's brothers and sisters are living with her maternal grandparents William and Sarah Ann PORTER near Olney. Ruth isn't with them.

In the biograpical record of her husband, she is listed as having been married at the home of her grandparents in Carson, Mo. and educated at Montgomery High School

Notes for ABBOTT WILLIAM SLAUGHTER, MD:
Lived at Whiteside, Missouri.
Was a doctor in Green Bay for 26 years, donating services to the poor. Died at age 57 of a heart attack.
Studied at McCune College, class of 1880. He then studied medicine under Drs. Ayers and Dreyfus of Louisiana, Pike Co., Mo., followed by studies at St. Louis Medical College class of 1884. He located at Silex and moved to Whiteside 11/1887. In 1886 m. Ruth REEDS.[reeds.FBK]

          iii.          HENRY CLAY REEDS1, b. 02/28/1869, Louisville, Lincoln Co., Missouri1; d. 03/15/1933, Joliet, IL1; m. IRMA EULA WHITE1, 03/17/1901, Green Bay, WI; b. 11/22/1882, Green Bay, WI1; d. 09/01/1956, Joliet, IL1.

Notes for HENRY CLAY REEDS:
Henry Clay REEDS is listed as living with his maternal grandparents William and Sarah Ann PORTER in Lincoln Co., Missouri near Olney, age 11

In 1900 he is listed as living with his sister Ruth and her husband Dr. Magruder in Green Bay, Wisconsin. There he met and married Irma Eula White, daughter of Henry J. WHITE who owned a livery business. Henry Clay REEDS moved to Joliet, Illinois shortly after his marriage to work for the new electric railway in Joliet.

At the time of their marriage, Henry Clay REEDS was listed as an insurance agent.[reeds.FBK]

More About HENRY CLAY REEDS:
Fact 1: lived with sister Ruth Slaughter Green Bay1
Fact 2: worked as motorman in Green Bay1
Fact 3: met wife Irma Eula White in Green Bay1
Fact 4: moved to Joliet, Ill.to work on elec.railway1
Fact 5: was Free Mason, sang barbershop1
Fact 6: played violin1
Fact 7: belonged to Grace Methodist Church1
Fact 8: at time of marriage listed as Louisville, Mo.1

Notes for IRMA EULA WHITE:
Graduated from Green Bay East High School in 1900. Married on St.Patrick'sDay 1901.
Had her first and only child, Henry Franklin Reeds, at age 42
Was widowed at age 51 and ran a boarding house at Jefferson and Center in Joliet, Illinois and worked as a baker at a restaurant around the corner on Center Street.
Continued to live with her son until her death.
Was originally considering becoming a nun and had been convent educated prior to high school.
Met Henry Clay Reeds who was living with his sister Ruth Reeds Slaughter and her family, including husband Dr. Albert Slaughter.
A motorman by trade, Henry Clay relocated c. 1901 to Joliet to work on the new electric railway. Irma's sister Nellie had also married a motorman 4 years before.[reeds.FBK]

More About IRMA EULA WHITE:
Fact 1: 1900, graduate Green Bay East HS1
Fact 2: buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Joliet, Ill.1
Fact 3: ran boarding house Jefferson & Center1
Fact 4: baker restaurant next to Ray Kinney's1
Fact 5: had only child age 421
Fact 6: was going to be a nun, but declined1
Fact 7: lived with son and his family until death1

          iv.          CHARLES E. REEDS1, b. 18711.

Notes for CHARLES E. REEDS:
Lived with his maternal grandparents--1880 census of Lincoln Co., Missouri, age 9. At the time of Henry Clay Reeds' death, Charles was in the obit as living in Minnesota.[reeds.FBK]

          
Children of HENRY REEDS and ALICE DUNCAN are:
          v.          HARRY ELMORE8 REEDS1, b. 01/08/1881, Missouri1; d. 08/31/1954, had moved toMonument,Colo.?1; m. AGNES TALBOT1.

Notes for HARRY ELMORE REEDS:
Lived in St. Louis.[reeds.FBK]

Lived in St. Louis.[Reeds1.FTW]

Lived in St. Louis.

          vi.          FRANK LEE REEDS1, b. 02/27/1884, Missouri1; d. 01/1921, Pawhuska, Oklahoma1.

Notes for FRANK LEE REEDS:
Frank Reeds moved to Oklahoma and married an Indian woman that had been on the "trail of tears". He was reared in Pawhuska by an uncle.[reeds.FBK]

More About FRANK LEE REEDS:
Fact 1: married Indian woman/trail of tears1
Fact 2: lived in Oklahoma1

          vii.          RAYMOND DUNCAN REEDS1, b. 06/07/1891, Montgomery County, Missouri1; d. 04/21/1970, Huntington Beach, California1; m. IRENE SYLVIA HUTCHISON1, 06/17/1915, Deerfield, Illinois; b. 12/06/1894, Springfield, Missouri1; d. 06/30/1986, Ruskin, Florida (nursing home near son,Walton)1.

Notes for RAYMOND DUNCAN REEDS:
After the death of his mother, Ray was raised in Olney, Missouri by his mother's sister--Tap and Pete Smith. Was age 6 when adopted. Moved to Chicago in 1912 where he met his wife. He worked for the Penna. R.R., Quaker Oats, and for the last 34 years for Brach's Candy Co. as a dispatcher.[reeds.FBK]

More About RAYMOND DUNCAN REEDS:
Fact 1: raised by mother's sister from age 61
Fact 2: Tap and Pete Smith, Olney, Missouri1
Fact 3: was transportation director Brach's Candy1

Notes for IRENE SYLVIA HUTCHISON:
Hutchisons are related to the signer of the Magna Carte.[reeds.FBK]

63. CATHERINE7 REEDS (THOMAS6, SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 12/30/1819 in Montgomery County, Kentucky1, and died 11/14/1908 in Mesa, Arizona1. She married ROBERT SHAW1 10/12/1837 in Troy, Lincoln County, Missouri, son of JAMES SHAW and MARY RIGGS. He was born 1814 in Kentucky, and died 11/14/1908 in Mesa, Arizona1.

Notes for CATHERINE REEDS:
    "In a few days my mother's youngest brother come down form Globe [AZ]
and wasn't feeling well, and my Dad showed up.
        He had rode my little mare all the way from the Q after he returned
the other horses. He heard Mama quit him. He was goin to take us back,
pronto, quick or sooner. We didn't want to go with him.
        Uncle Chet took down with typhoid fever and a neighbor took the little
kids to look after. Mama come down with it and I had to leave school, then
my great-grandmother took down [Catherine Reeds Shaw].
        I felt awful bad, homesick for the hills and gfreedom. Dad cauing
trouble, I laid it to that.
        I couldn't leave Granma; we had plenty to do with three patients
down.They wouldn't let me milk, so a neighbor did it and good old Ralph
hauled millk and eggs.
        Great-granny died. Mama's and Chet's fevers broke, and they was doin
O.K. but still in bed. Dad and the sheriff had a disagreement, and Dad
left."
        - Slim Ellison, "Cowboys Under the Mogollon Rim", University of
Arizona Press, 1968, p. 90. Slim was a great grandson of Catherine who died
at Mesa, AZ on 14 Nov 1908. He was one of the last true cowboy and wrote
two books of his experiences on the range.
          
Children of CATHERINE REEDS and ROBERT SHAW are:
          i.          AVIS8 SHAW1, b. 1843, Troy, Lincoln County, Missouri1.
          ii.          JAMES F. SHAW1, b. 1845, Troy, Lincoln County, Missouri1.
          iii.          MARGARET SHAW1.
          iv.          MELVINA SHAW1.
          v.          ROBERT LEE SHAW1, b. 1847, Troy, Lincoln County, Missouri1.
          vi.          SAMUEL SHAW1, b. 1840, Troy, Lincoln County, Missouri1.
          vii.          THOMAS SHAW1.

64. JULIA ANN7 REEDS (THOMAS6, SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 06/27/1823 in Montgomery County , Ky1, and died 18831. She married (1) JAMES SHAW, JR.1 08/03/1841 in Lincoln Co, Missouri1, son of JAMES SHAW and ANNA JOLLY. He was born 05/01/1811 in Kentucky1, and died 1868 in Waco, Texas1. She married (2) JAMES SHAW, JR. 08/03/1841 in Lincoln Co, Missouri. He was born 1816 in Kentucky.
          
Children of JULIA REEDS and JAMES SHAW are:
          i.          MARGARET E.8 SHAW1, b. Lincoln Co., Missouri1.
          ii.          SARAH J. SHAW1, b. Lincoln Co., Missouri1.
          iii.          BETHUEL SHAW1, b. 1842, Lincoln Co., Missouri1.
          iv.          WILLIAM SHAW1, b. 1846, Lincoln Co., Missouri1.
          v.          MARCUS HENRY SHAW1, b. 09/01/1856, Louisville, Lincoln Co., Missouri1; d. 02/21/1935, Truxton, Lincoln Co., Missouri1; m. EMILY JANE "EMMA" COLBERT1; b. 04/21/1863, Missouri1; d. 11/21/1942, New Truxton, Lincoln Co., Mo.--Cornerstone Cem--Silex1.

Notes for MARCUS HENRY SHAW:
Cornerstone Cemetery
Whitesides, Lincoln County, Missouri

Marcus H. SHAW, b. 1 Sep 1856, d. 21 Fec [sic] 1935, wife Emma Jane

Emma Jane SHAW, b. 21 Apr 1863, d. 21 Nov 1942, husband Marcus H. SHAW

65. WILLIAM DUDLEY7 REEDS (THOMAS6, SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1825 in Montgomery County , Ky1, and died 10/11/1857 in Pike Co., Missouri1. He married (1) ANDROLUCIA COBB1. He married (2) CATHERINE THOMPSON1 10/03/1847 in Lincoln Co., Missouri. She died 01/27/18521.
          
Children of WILLIAM REEDS and ANDROLUCIA COBB are:
          i.          NANCY ANN8 REEDS1, b. 18561; m. JOHN DOUGLAS "DARD" COLBERT1; b. 18501; d. 19301.
          ii.          DORTHULIA JANE REEDS1, b. 18551; d. 19161; m. SAMUEL L. JAMESON1, 05/17/1870, Lincoln Co, Missouri.
          
Children of WILLIAM REEDS and CATHERINE THOMPSON are:
          iii.          LLOYD T.8 REEDS1, b. 18491.
          iv.          WILLIAM A. REEDS1, b. 18511.

66. SAMUEL THOMAS7 REEDS (THOMAS6, SAMUEL5, JAEL4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 10/18/1833 in Pike Co., Missouri1, and died 01/05/1882 in Pike Co., Missouri1. He married SUSAN ELLEN LOVELACE1 10/25/1855 in Bowling Green, Pike Co., Missouri, daughter of BRUCE LOVELACE. She was born 11/17/1837 in Pike Co., Missouri1, and died 12/09/1916 in Olney, Lincoln Co., Missouri1.
          
Children of SAMUEL REEDS and SUSAN LOVELACE are:
          i.          MARY MELVINA8 REEDS1, b. 09/09/1856, Pike Co., Missouri1; d. 02/09/1920, Pike Co., Missouri1; m. WILLIAM H. LEWALLEN1; b. 11/18/1853, Lincoln Co., Missouri1; d. 01/21/19211.

Notes for WILLIAM H. LEWALLEN:
COBB Family Bible--Lincoln Co., Mo.--avail. on county genealogy website--USGen Web
Owen Lewallen born January the 24 1850
William H Lewallen born November the 21 1853
Charles Edwin Lewallen Born July the 5 1855
Catharine Anna Lewallen Born October the 29 1857

          ii.          MARGARET JANE REEDS1, b. 04/10/1858, Pike Co., Missouri1; d. 07/02/1899, Pike Co., Missouri1; m. DOW LINDSAY1; b. 18521; d. 02/15/1899, Pike Co., Missouri--Louisville Cem.1.

Notes for DOW LINDSAY:
Louisville, Mo. Cem.
LINDSAY, Addia Belle Morriss 12/31/1882-9/24/1912
        Clement E. 4/23/1928-2/3/1958
        Della M. 6/1/1862-7/22/1930; w/o Miles W. His Wife
        Dow d. 2/15/1899 46y 6m 22d
        Eva D. 5/26/1896-8/1/1957; w/o John T.
        Ellis Roy 1889-1975
        Fern Bernice d 7/25/1908 ly 8m 19d
        Hannah G. 3/1/1862-9/27/1939; w/o John H.
        Ina C. 1892-1950
        J. Claude 1891-1964
        John H. 9/26/1854-3/16/1919
        John T. 5/26/1895-9/23/1934
        Maggie d 2/7/1899 40y 9m 27d
        Margaret 11/30/1932-_____; w/o Clement E.
        Miles W. 10/15/1858-7/11/1930 (footstone MWL)

          iii.          DAVID RICHARD REEDS1, b. 09/26/1860, Pike Co., Missouri1; d. 1957, Pike Co., Missouri1; m. MATTIE TULLY1; b. 18611; d. 19441.
          iv.          MARTHA WEBSTER REEDS1, b. 09/01/1863, Pike Co., Missouri1; d. 01/26/1944, Pike Co., Missouri1; m. LENORD B. YOUNG1; b. 10/26/18581; d. 04/18/19251.
          v.          DORA BELLE REEDS1, b. 01/24/1866, Pike Co., Missouri1; d. 04/07/1948, Pike Co., Missouri1; m. JOHN J. HARRIS1, 02/11/1892, Pike Co., Missouri; b. 18701; d. 19171.
          vi.          JULIA ANN REEDS1, b. 02/02/1870, Pike Co., Missouri1; d. 05/20/1942, Pike Co., Missouri1; m. MATTHEW BEAUCHAMP1, Abt. 1890, Pike Co., Missouri; b. Abt. 1870.
          vii.          WILLIAM CRAFFORD REEDS1, b. 11/09/1877, Pike Co., Missouri1; d. Infant, Pike Co., Missouri1.
          viii.          AUDREY BROOKS REEDS1, b. 12/02/1879, Pike Co., Missouri1; d. 03/01/1950, Pike Co., Missouri1; m. SAMUEL HENTON1; b. 01/29/18721; d. 04/22/19431.
          ix.          LLOYD THOMAS REEDS1, b. 05/25/1876, Sulphur Lick, Lincoln Co., Missouri1; d. 07/29/1940, Lincoln Co., Missouri1; m. MARGARETT FRANCIS REEDS1, 08/28/1904, Davis, Lincoln Co., Missouri; b. 06/02/1884, Cherokee , Arkansas1; d. 11/16/1957, Troy, Lincoln Co., Missouri1.

Notes for MARGARETT FRANCIS REEDS:
Buried in Troy, Lincoln County, Missouri[reeds.FBK]

67. TUDOR7 LUCAS (ELIZABETH6 HACKLEY, FRANCIS5, ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 02/20/1799 in Stamping Grounds, Scott Co., Ky1, and died 08/24/1847 in Warsaw, Gallatin Co., Ky1. He married SARAH SHANKS1 02/1819.
          
Children of TUDOR LUCAS and SARAH SHANKS are:
          i.          JOHN S.8 LUCAS1, b. 12/18/1821, Kentucky1; m. LUTITIA POINTS1, 01/01/1846, Kentucky.
          ii.          MARY LUCAS1.
          iii.          STEPHEN LUCAS1, b. 05/05/1825, Indiana1.
          iv.          GEORGE W. LUCAS1, b. 01/22/1827, Indiana1.
          v.          MANOAH LUCAS1, b. 11/08/1828, Lawrenceberg, Dearborn Co., Indiana1; d. 12/03/1911, Elsmere, Kenton Co., Ky1; m. MILDRED ANN BRUMBECK1, 12/20/1856, Williamstown, Grant Co., Ky.
          vi.          JONAH LUCAS1.
          vii.          MARIAH LUCAS1.
          viii.          ELIZABETH LUCAS1.
          ix.          SQUIRE LUCAS1.
          x.          RICHARD LUCAS1.

68. JAMES7 HACKLEY (SAMUEL6, JAMES(2)5, ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 1804 in Culpeper Co., Va.1, and died 08/10/1884 in Culpeper Co., Va.. He married (1) FRANCES (BURWELL?). He married (2) MARY BLAIR-FOX 05/09/1839 in Culpeper Co., Va..
          
Children of JAMES HACKLEY and FRANCES (BURWELL?) are:
          i.          GEORGE BURWELL8 HACKLEY, b. Abt. 1820; d. 1895; m. SARAH R. SUDDATH, 11/19/1841, Fauquier Co., Virginia.
          ii.          WILLIAM S. HACKLEY II, b. 09/1827, Culpeper Co., Va.; d. 1913; m. MARTHA ELLEN HARRELL, 12/04/1845, Fauquier Co., Virginia; b. 1826; d. 1896.

Notes for WILLIAM S. HACKLEY II:
Wheelwright by trade and served in the 2nd Virginia Regt. Infantry--the Stonewall Brigade.

          iii.          CATHERINE M. "KITTY" HACKLEY, b. Abt. 1830.
          iv.          JOSEPH SAMUEL HACKLEY, b. Abt. 1832; d. 1923, Hardin Co., Ohio--there by 1880; m. SARAH ANN KNISER, Abt. 1847; b. 1832; d. 1899.

Notes for JOSEPH SAMUEL HACKLEY:
Member of the Little Fork Rangers and was a pow in DC to Fort Delaware, released 6/20/1865.
          
Children of JAMES HACKLEY and MARY BLAIR-FOX are:
          v.          ANDREW J.8 HACKLEY, b. Bet. 1839 - 1842.

Notes for ANDREW J. HACKLEY:
Enlisted in Capt. John C. Porter's Co. E., 7th Va. Reg. of Volunteers on 4/30/1861 at Culpeper Co., Courthouse. Was wounded at Williamsburg 5/5/1862 and served until 1865.

          vi.          JAMES D. HACKLEY, b. 1843; d. 12/1927, Baltimore, MD; m. MARTHA JANE JENKINS, 03/31/1864; b. 1844, Of Page Co., Va.; d. 1917.

Notes for JAMES D. HACKLEY:
Lived for a while in Jefferson Co., Va. near Harper's Ferry. In 1900 was in Baltimore, MD
Served in Co. C. 7th Va Reg and was a pow, paroled at Winchester.

          vii.          SUSAN V. HACKLEY, b. Abt. 1848.

69. LUCRETIA FERGUSON7 HACKLEY (JAMES6, JOHN5, ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1) was born 02/23/1779, and died 10/1827. She married CHARLES WORTHAM 05/18/1793 in Nelson Co., Ky. He was born 08/08/1770, and died 11/20/1835.
          
Children of LUCRETIA HACKLEY and CHARLES WORTHAM are:
          i.          SAMUEL8 WORTHAM.
          ii.          JAMES HACKLEY WORTHAM.
          iii.          WILLIAM CHENOWETH WORTHAM.
          iv.          CHARLES WORTHAM.
          v.          ELIZABETH D. WORTHAM.
          vi.          JOHN HACKLEY WORTHAM.
          vii.          NANCY WORTHAM.
          viii.          SUSAN DANIEL WORTHAM.
          ix.          ROBERT D. H. WORTHAM.
          x.          JUDITH BALL WORTHAM.
          xi.          LUCRETIA HACKLEY WORTHAM.

70. LUCY ANN7 JAMESON (JUDITH BALL6 HACKLEY, JOHN5, ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 17731. She married (1) MOSES BLEDSOE1 03/23/1797 in Montgomery Co., Ky, son of JOSEPH BLEDSOE and ELIZABETH MILLER. He was born 03/19/1763 in Culpeper Co., Va.1, and died 10/04/1809 in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery Co., Kentucky1. She married (2) ASA PORTER1 07/14/1811 in Kentucky1. He was born in Virginia1.
          
Children of LUCY JAMESON and MOSES BLEDSOE are:
          i.          ELIZABETH MILLER8 BLEDSOE, b. 04/01/1798, Kentucky; d. 10/20/1800, Kentucky.
          ii.          JANE BAYLOR BLEDSOE, b. 12/13/1799, Kentucky; d. 12/24/1799, Kentucky.
          iii.          JUDITHELLER BLEDSOE, b. 12/13/1799, Kentucky; d. 07/13/1809, Kentucky.
          iv.          PAMELA AUDRESS BLEDSOE1, b. 09/28/18011; m. DAVID P. SMART1, 11/05/1818, Kentucky; b. Abt. 1801.
          v.          ELIZABETH BLEDSOE, b. 07/01/1803, Kentucky; d. 10/21/1805, Kentucky.
          vi.          LUCY VIRGINIA BLEDSOE1, b. 09/15/1805, Kentucky; d. 1852, Missouri; m. ALBERT GALLATIN HARRISON1, 02/03/1825, Montgomery Co., Kentucky; b. 06/26/1800, Kentucky; d. 09/07/1839, Fulton Co., Ky.
          vii.          MOSES BLEDSOE, b. 07/06/1807, Kentucky; d. 08/24/1808, Kentucky.
          viii.          DULCENA MARGARETTA BLEDSOE1, b. 05/21/1809, Montgomery Co., Kentucky; d. 1874, Callaway Co., Missouri; m. MICAH VOLNEY HARRISON1, 08/21/1827, Montgomery Co., Kentucky; b. 1803, of Montgomery Co., Ky1; d. 04/23/1855, Callaway Co., Missouri.

71. THOMAS7 JAMESON III (JUDITH BALL6 HACKLEY, JOHN5, ELIZABETH4 SHIPPEY, ELEANOR(ELLEN)3 MOTT, GEORGE2, ADAM1)1 was born 17831, and died 07/1819 in Kentucky1. He married SARAH SMITH1 Bet. 1803 - 1804. She was born 17861, and died 12/08/1850 in Bath County, Kentucky1.

Notes for SARAH SMITH:
KENTUCKY MARRIAGE RECORDS(from the register of the KY Historical Soc.)(continued from issue #7, page 124)
Mrs. Sarah(Smith) Jameson m. 6/3/1827, to James N. Lane
          
Children of THOMAS JAMESON and SARAH SMITH are:
          i.          JUDITH BALL8 JAMESON1, b. 09/24/1808; m. JOHN BROWN1, 02/11/1830, Montgomery Co., Ky.
          ii.          JOHN MILTON JAMESON1, b. 04/28/18071; d. 12/21/18721; m. SARAH "SALLY" BADGER1, 01/18/1829, Montgomery Co., Ky; b. 18121; d. 09/26/18831.
          iii.          FANNY JAMESON1, b. 1810; m. DAVID JONES1.
          iv.          PAMELA BLEDSOE JAMESON1, b. 18141; d. 12/22/1842, Washington, DC1; m. HENRY SMITH LANE1, 12/24/1833, Montgomery Co., Ky; b. 18111; d. 06/18/1881, Crawfordsville, Indiana1.
          v.          WILLEY BENNETT JAMESON1, b. 01/06/18161; d. 10/26/1893; m. WALKER BOURNE1, 05/01/1837; b. 17901; d. 10/26/18931.
          vi.          MARY JAMESON1, b. 1817; m. HARVEY HAZELRIGG1.
          vii.          AMERICA JAMESON1, b. 01/07/1819; d. 09/15/1849; m. ISAAC WALLIN1.
          viii.          NANCY BELFIELD JAMESON, b. 03/05/1806.
          ix.          THOMAS JAMESON, b. 1812.

Endnotes

1. Reeds1.FTW, Date of Import: May 29, 1999.