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Laura Ailene Lewis1

b. 27 January 1884
     Her married name was Hollinshead. Laura Ailene Lewis was born on 27 January 1884 at Whiteside County, Illinois.1 She married Charles Burton Hollinshead, son of Daniel Hollinshead and Rebecca M. Hubbell, on 20 April 1910 at Whiteside County, Illinois.2

Family

Charles Burton Hollinshead b. 12 December 1878, d. December 1972

Citations

  1. [S321] Craig Hollinshead, "Hollinshead, C.".
  2. [S369] Whiteside County Hollinshead Marriages: Lic. No. 13330.

Sarah Pearson

b. circa 1720
Sarah Pearson|b. c 1720|p2.htm#i184|Isaac Pearson||p2.htm#i185||||||||||||||||
FatherIsaac Pearson1
      Sarah Pearson was born circa 1720. She was the daughter of Isaac Pearson.1 Sarah Pearson married Joseph Hollinshead, son of John Hollinshead Jr. and Agnes Hackney, on 17 July 1740 at 5, 17, 1740, the Burlington Meeting House, Burlington County, New Jersey; Marriage recorded by the Burlington Monthly Meeting.1,2

Family

Joseph Hollinshead b. circa 1715

Citations

  1. [S655] William Wade Hinshaw, Hinshaw, pg. 232.
  2. [S654] Burlington County Historical Society?, "Hollinshead Clockmakers".

Isaac Pearson

     Isaac Pearson lived at Burlington County, New Jersey.

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S655] William Wade Hinshaw, Hinshaw, pg. 232.

Asa Cowles

b. 7 March 1731
     Asa Cowles was born on 7 March 1731. He married Sarah (?).

Family

Sarah (?) b. circa 1726
Child

Sarah (?)

b. circa 1726
     Her married name was Cowles. Sarah (?) was born circa 1726. She married Asa Cowles.

Family

Asa Cowles b. 7 March 1731
Child

Constant Woodsworth

b. circa 1727
     Constant Woodsworth married N. N. Auchison. Constant Woodsworth was born circa 1727.

Family

N. N. Auchison b. circa 1729
Child

N. N. Auchison

b. circa 1729
     N. N. Auchison married Constant Woodsworth. Her married name was Woodsworth. N. N. Auchison was born circa 1729.

Family

Constant Woodsworth b. circa 1727
Child

George Wilbur

b. 28 September 1722
     George Wilbur was born on 28 September 1722. He married Elizabeth Sweet.

Family

Elizabeth Sweet b. 14 November 1711
Child

Elizabeth Sweet

b. 14 November 1711
     Her married name was Wilbur. Elizabeth Sweet was born on 14 November 1711. She married George Wilbur.

Family

George Wilbur b. 28 September 1722
Child

George Wood

b. 4 May 1723
     George Wood married Sarah Devol. George Wood was born on 4 May 1723.

Family

Sarah Devol b. 25 February 1720
Child

Sarah Devol

b. 25 February 1720
     Sarah Devol married George Wood. Her married name was Wood. Sarah Devol was born on 25 February 1720.

Family

George Wood b. 4 May 1723
Child

Jennie May Hollinshead

b. 27 May 1887
Jennie May Hollinshead|b. 27 May 1887|p2.htm#i206|Rueben P. Hollinshead|b. 3 May 1857\nd. b Jun 1900|p486.htm#i54|Mary S. Brumagrin|b. 26 Mar 1863|p1.htm#i171|Joshua L. Hollinshead|b. 7 Sep 1827\nd. 15 Oct 1901|p486.htm#i8|Nancy S. Ingham|b. 27 Jan 1831\nd. 25 Mar 1858|p478.htm#i45|Dr. R. J. Brumagrin|b. c 1833|p6.htm#i766|Jane D. Van Cleef|b. Mar 1824|p6.htm#i767|
FatherRueben P. Hollinshead1 b. 3 May 1857, d. before June 1900
MotherMary S. Brumagrin1 b. 26 March 1863
     Jennie May Hollinshead was born on 27 May 1887 at Morrison, Whiteside County, Illinois.1,2 She was the daughter of Rueben P. Hollinshead and Mary S. Brumagrin.1

On 8 June 1900, Jennie May Hollinshead was enumerated with Jane D. Van Cleef on the census at West Grove Street, Morrison, Mt. Pleasant Township, Whiteside County, Illinois, Details provided: "Granddaughter."3

Citations

  1. [S370] Whiteside County Hollinshead Births & Deaths.
  2. [S853] 8 Jun 1900 12th Federal Census, www.ancestry.com, internet, line 38- (dwelling 231, family 242), "May, 1887, Illinois".
  3. [S853] 8 Jun 1900 12th Federal Census, www.ancestry.com, internet, line 38- (dwelling 231, family 242).

Waite Lewis

b. circa 1860
     Waite Lewis was educated at Cottonwood Grove, Bond County, Illinois; Grade School 'Dear old Otter Bluff school where I spent many happy days of my childhood and where I began my school work at the age of four years. Everett Pierce was my first teacher, and his sister, Carrie, and my cousin, Delia, all began our school career at the same time, being considered the babies of the school.'
'In 1874 we were attending classes in the old stone school. I well can remember one bad storm when water flooded the school and we were forced to sit on our desks until the water went down. My brother, George (Leland Hollinshead), ran home through the storm and brought back a large auger which he used to drill holes in the floor to let the water drain out. It took many hours of hard work to clean the room before we could resume our school work.1' He was (an unknown value). He was Somewhere I'd found 'Lewis Waite' but a newspaper article from 1941 calls out 'At the request of The Herald, Mattie Hollinshead Lewis of Morrison, one of the early pupils, wrote the following article about the school:' So, Waite Lewis it is.. He was born circa 1860. He married Mattie Irene Hollinshead, daughter of Joshua L. Hollinshead and Mehitable May Applebee, on 6 December 1890 at Whiteside County, Illinois.2,3

Family

Mattie Irene Hollinshead b. 10 June 1870
Child

Citations

  1. [S12] Otter Bluff School Marks 100th Anniversary, 12 Jun 1941, At the request of The Herald, Mattie Hollinshead Lewis of Morrison, one of the early pupils, wrote the following article about the school..
  2. [S300] Marriage Indx IL, 1763-1900: Lic: 7922..
  3. [S369] Whiteside County Hollinshead Marriages.

son Lewis

b. after 1891
son Lewis|b. a 1891|p2.htm#i208|Waite Lewis|b. c 1860|p2.htm#i207|Mattie Irene Hollinshead|b. 10 Jun 1870|p1.htm#i58|||||||Joshua L. Hollinshead|b. 7 Sep 1827\nd. 15 Oct 1901|p486.htm#i8|Mehitable M. Applebee|b. 8 Jan 1840\nd. 9 Jul 1882|p482.htm#i46|
FatherWaite Lewis b. circa 1860
MotherMattie Irene Hollinshead b. 10 June 1870
     Son Lewis was born after 1891. He was the son of Waite Lewis and Mattie Irene Hollinshead.

Edward Blodgett

b. circa 1872
     Edward Blodgett was born circa 1872. He married Emma Elisabeth Hollinshead, daughter of Joshua L. Hollinshead and Mehitable May Applebee, circa 1894.

Family

Emma Elisabeth Hollinshead b. 4 August 1874

John Wilson

b. circa 1830
     John Wilson was related to S. Emma Wilson; daughter of a father born in Canada (of English descent) and mother born in England.1 John Wilson was born circa 1830 at Canada.2 He married Ann Wilson before 1858. John Wilson was Railroad Engineer circa 1861. He was a Union sympathizer, wounded and captured by Rebels, between 1861 and 1865. He lived after 1900 at Clinton County, Iowa.

Family

Ann Wilson b. circa 1838, d. 1881
Children

Citations

  1. [S855] 23 Jun 1900 12th Federal Census, www.ancestry.com, internet, line 82-83 (dwelling 179, family 179).
  2. [S855] 23 Jun 1900 12th Federal Census, www.ancestry.com, internet, line 82-83 (dwelling 179, family 179), "Canada (Eng.)".
  3. [S858] 16 Jan 1920 14th Federal Census, www.ancestry.com, internet, line 65-68 (dwelling 112, family 118).

Cora T. Wilson

b. circa 1873
Cora T. Wilson|b. c 1873|p2.htm#i213|John Wilson|b. c 1830|p2.htm#i210|Ann Wilson|b. c 1838\nd. 1881|p482.htm#i211|||||||||||||
FatherJohn Wilson b. circa 1830
MotherAnn Wilson b. circa 1838, d. 1881
     Cora T. Wilson was born circa 1873 at Iowa.1 She was the daughter of John Wilson and Ann Wilson.

On 16 January 1920, Cora T. Wilson was enumerated with S. Emma Wilson on the census at Morrison Township, Whiteside County, Illinois, Details provided: "Wilson, Cora T., Sister."1

Citations

  1. [S858] 16 Jan 1920 14th Federal Census, www.ancestry.com, internet, line 65-68 (dwelling 112, family 118).

Mr. Whitla

b. circa 1915
     Mr. Whitla was born circa 1915.

Muriella de Normandie

b. circa 983
     Muriella de Normandie was born circa 983. She married Tancred de Hauteville before 1009; His 1st.1 Muriella de Normandie was "notable both for her birth and good character".2

Family

Tancred de Hauteville b. 981, d. circa 1041
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 296-33.
  2. [S1043] Henry Project, online http://sbaldw.home.mindspring.com/hproject/henry.htm, Richard II, per a contemporary authority, Geoffrey Malterra [as quoted in van Houts (2000), 238-9].
  3. [S659] John Julius Norwich, Norwich - Normans, Gen Chart, the House of Hauteville, pg. 332-333.

Porpora of Tabellaria1

b. circa 1010
Porpora of Tabellaria|b. c 1010|p2.htm#i7521|Laidolfo of Tabellaria|b. c 980|p143.htm#i16316|Aldara of San Massimo|b. c 990|p143.htm#i16317|Alfano of Tabellaria|b. c 950|p143.htm#i16319|Porpora of Amalfi|b. c 955|p143.htm#i16320|Truppualdo of San Massimo|b. c 960|p143.htm#i16318||||
FatherLaidolfo of Tabellaria2 b. circa 980
MotherAldara of San Massimo2 b. circa 990
     Porpora of Tabellaria was born circa 1010.1 She was the daughter of Laidolfo of Tabellaria and Aldara of San Massimo.2 Porpora of Tabellaria married Gaimar V, Duke of Salerno, son of Guaimar III, Prince of Salerno and Gaitelgrima of the Longobardi, before 1025.1

Family

Gaimar V, Duke of Salerno b. after 1010, d. 3 June 1052
Children

Citations

  1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 325-33.
  2. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 325-34.
  3. [S172] Various Encyclopaedea Britannica.

Thomas Appleton

b. circa 1790
     Thomas Appleton was born circa 1790. He married Elizabeth Hollinshead, daughter of Jacob Hollinshead Jr. and Mary Haines, on 7 October 1820.

Family

Elizabeth Hollinshead b. 19 September 1790, d. 29 August 1857

Charlotte Pearson

b. circa 1800
     Charlotte Pearson was born circa 1800. She married Eli Hollinshead, son of Jacob Hollinshead Jr. and Mary Haines, on 14 August 1826.

Family

Eli Hollinshead b. 9 November 1800, d. 11 August 1853

Daniel Kenedy

     Daniel Kenedy married Ann Hollinshead, daughter of Jacob Hollinshead Jr. and Mary Haines, on 5 September 1821.

Family

Ann Hollinshead b. 19 March 1803, d. 1834

N. N. Krieg

b. circa 1889
     N. N. Krieg was born circa 1889. He married Rue Ruby Helena Hollinshead, daughter of George Leland Hollinshead and Adelia Nancy Fisk, before 1920.

Family

Rue Ruby Helena Hollinshead b. 20 January 1894, d. 24 September 1948
Child

Elizabeth Haines

b. 1 August 1716
Elizabeth Haines|b. 1 Aug 1716|p2.htm#i324|William Haines|b. 24 Apr 1672\nd. 29 Apr 1754|p462.htm#i315|Sarah Paine|b. 1678\nd. 5 Jul 1728|p457.htm#i316|Richard Haines of Aynhoe|b. 1639/40\nd. c May 1682|p448.htm#i329|Margaret Haines, Mrs.|b. 3 May 1639|p2.htm#i330|John Paine of Burlington|b. c 1653\nd. 1703|p453.htm#i413|Elizabeth Field|b. c 1655\nd. 28 Dec 1701|p452.htm#i414|
FatherWilliam Haines b. 24 April 1672, d. 29 April 1754
MotherSarah Paine b. 1678, d. 5 July 1728
     Elizabeth Haines was born on 1 August 1716 at Monthly Meeting, Burlington, Burlington County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of William Haines and Sarah Paine. Elizabeth Haines married William Brown on 4 March 1737 at Burlington County, New Jersey. Elizabeth Haines married William Brown in January 1737/38 at Burlington County, New Jersey. Elizabeth Haines married William Allen on 18 June 1743 at Chester County, Pennsylvania.

Family 1

William Brown b. circa 1712

Family 2

William Allen b. circa 1715

Margaret Haines, Mrs.

b. 3 May 1639
     Margaret Haines, Mrs. was born on 3 May 1639 at Rudyard, Sussex, England.1 She married Richard Haines of Aynhoe, son of John Haines and Elizabeth Stanford, circa 1662 at Aynho Parish, Northamptonshire, England; Her 1st. Margaret Haines, Mrs. married Henry Burcham on 6 May 1685; Her 2nd.

Family 1

Richard Haines of Aynhoe b. 1639/40, d. circa May 1682
Children

Family 2

Henry Burcham

Citations

  1. [S1208] Mary Anne Vittone, "Vittone".
  2. [S552] Mabel Ward Cameron, Biographies of American Women, pg 358, entry for COOK, LORA MARY HAINES.

Thomas Hackney of Burlington1

b. circa 1646
     Thomas Hackney of Burlington was the progenitor of the Hackney family.1 He was born circa 1646 at Northamptonshire, England.2 He married an unknown person circa 1662 at Thingdon, Northamptonshire, England.2

Family

Children

Citations

  1. [S758] Richard Haines, Stokes Genealogy, pg. 290.
  2. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # F867155 source call # 1396205 sheet # 5.
  3. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # 8671505, source call # 1396205, sheet # 5.

Abraham Haines

b. after 1691
Abraham Haines|b. a 1691|p2.htm#i2552|Richard Haines|b. 6 Aug 1665\nd. 12 Apr 1746|p460.htm#i336|Mary Carlisle|b. 20 Jul 1674\nd. Apr 1746|p460.htm#i586|Richard Haines of Aynhoe|b. 1639/40\nd. c May 1682|p448.htm#i329|Margaret Haines, Mrs.|b. 3 May 1639|p2.htm#i330|||||||
FatherRichard Haines b. 6 August 1665, d. 12 April 1746
MotherMary Carlisle b. 20 July 1674, d. April 1746
     Abraham Haines was born after 1691 at New Jersey. He was the son of Richard Haines and Mary Carlisle. Abraham Haines married Grace Hollinshead, daughter of John Hollinshead Jr. and Agnes Hackney, on 14 May 1719 at Chester Meeting, Moorestown, Chester Township, Burlington County, New Jersey.1

Family

Grace Hollinshead b. circa 1700, d. 1769

Citations

  1. [S568] Jordan Dodd, NJ Marriages, 1684-1850.

Dirk Jansen

     Dirk Jansen married Aertje Hendrickse Smock, daughter of Hendrick Matthyse Smock and Guertje Harmens Coerton, before 1711.1

Family

Aertje Hendrickse Smock b. 1679/80
Child

Citations

  1. [S113] Sue Burden, "Cayse Gedfile", Ancestral File.

Thomas Haines

b. 1674
Thomas Haines|b. 1674|p2.htm#i337|Richard Haines of Aynhoe|b. 1639/40\nd. c May 1682|p448.htm#i329|Margaret Haines, Mrs.|b. 3 May 1639|p2.htm#i330|John Haines|b. 24 Aug 1614|p2.htm#i366|Elizabeth Stanford|b. 2 Apr 1619|p2.htm#i367|||||||
FatherRichard Haines of Aynhoe b. 1639/40, d. circa May 1682
MotherMargaret Haines, Mrs. b. 3 May 1639
     Thomas Haines was born in 1674 at Aynhoe, Northamptonshire, England. He was the son of Richard Haines of Aynhoe and Margaret Haines, Mrs..

Mary McKarney

b. circa 1805
     Mary McKarney was born circa 1805. She married Henry Smock, son of Private John Smock Sr. and Sara Fonteyn, on 10 August 1825 at Mercer County, Kentucky.1

Family

Henry Smock b. 3 March 1776, d. after 1808

Citations

  1. [S55] Jordan R. Dodd, Marriages, Kentuck to 1850.

Margaret Haines

b. circa 1678
Margaret Haines|b. c 1678|p2.htm#i340|Richard Haines of Aynhoe|b. 1639/40\nd. c May 1682|p448.htm#i329|Margaret Haines, Mrs.|b. 3 May 1639|p2.htm#i330|John Haines|b. 24 Aug 1614|p2.htm#i366|Elizabeth Stanford|b. 2 Apr 1619|p2.htm#i367|||||||
FatherRichard Haines of Aynhoe b. 1639/40, d. circa May 1682
MotherMargaret Haines, Mrs. b. 3 May 1639
     Margaret Haines was born circa 1678 at Aynhoe, Northamptonshire, England. She was the daughter of Richard Haines of Aynhoe and Margaret Haines, Mrs..

Thomas Stokes III

b. after 1705
Thomas Stokes III|b. a 1705|p2.htm#i3982|Thomas L. Stokes of Burlington County|b. 1682\nd. 6 Nov 1736|p459.htm#i326|Deliverance Horner|b. 25 Mar 1685\nd. 1714|p455.htm#i327|Thomas Stokes of Lower Shadwell|b. 1643\nd. 11 Sep 1720|p456.htm#i342|Mary Barnard of Stepney|b. 25 Mar 1645\nd. 1699|p452.htm#i343|Isaac Horner of Northampton|b. 8 Oct 1648\nd. 20 Dec 1708|p454.htm#i419|Lydia Wright|b. 1655|p3.htm#i420|
FatherThomas L. Stokes of Burlington County1 b. 1682, d. 6 November 1736
MotherDeliverance Horner1 b. 25 March 1685, d. 1714
     Thomas Stokes III was born after 1705 at New Jersey. He was the son of Thomas L. Stokes of Burlington County and Deliverance Horner.1 Thomas Stokes III married Abigail Matlack in 1741 at the Haddonfield Meeting, New Jersey.1

Family

Abigail Matlack b. circa 1707

Citations

  1. [S107] John Clement, Clement, pg. 304.

John Stokes

b. 1675
John Stokes|b. 1675|p2.htm#i348|Thomas Stokes of Lower Shadwell|b. 1643\nd. 11 Sep 1720|p456.htm#i342|Mary Barnard of Stepney|b. 25 Mar 1645\nd. 1699|p452.htm#i343|Henry Stokes of Stepney|b. bt 1615 - 1620\nd. 24 Jun 1665|p445.htm#i368|Elizabeth (?)|b. c 1607|p2.htm#i369|John Barnard|b. c 1612|p2.htm#i373|Frances Munt|b. c 1622|p2.htm#i374|
FatherThomas Stokes of Lower Shadwell1 b. 1643, d. 11 September 1720
MotherMary Barnard of Stepney1 b. 25 March 1645, d. 1699
     John Stokes was born in 1675 at London, Middlesex, England.2 He was the son of Thomas Stokes of Lower Shadwell and Mary Barnard of Stepney.1 John Stokes accompanied the immigration of Thomas Stokes of Lower Shadwell in August 1677 to New Castle, Delaware; "Thomas and his family sailed for America in the ship "Kent" in order to avoid persecution, and also with the object of seeking new fields of labor, and arrived at New Castle, 6th month, 1677, and proceeded to Burlington, West New Jersey, and settled on a tract of land containing one hundred and sixty-two and a half acres. The deed for the same was from his brother, John Stokes, of Wentworth street, London, England."3,2 John Stokes married Elizabeth, Lady Green, daughter of Thomas Green and Elizabeth (?), in 1712 at Burlington County, New Jersey.1,3,2 His estate was probated in 1716 at Gloucester County, New Jersey; An inventory of his estate was made, upon which is the following endorsement: "Came to his end by an unnatural death, in ye lower end of Gloucester county."1

Family

Elizabeth, Lady Green b. circa 1690

Citations

  1. [S107] John Clement, Clement, pg. 303.
  2. [S758] Richard Haines, Stokes Genealogy, pg. 8.
  3. [S128] Francis Bazley Lee, Genealogical Memorial of Mercer County, pg. 206, under Edward A. Stokes entry.

Thomas French Jr.1

b. October 1639
Thomas French Jr.|b. Oct 1639|p2.htm#i350|Thomas French Sr.|b. c 1611|p3.htm#i454|Sara (?)|b. 1620|p3.htm#i455|Thomas French|b. c 1590|p3.htm#i483||||||||||
FatherThomas French Sr.2,3,4 b. circa 1611
MotherSara (?)2,4,3 b. 1620
     Thomas French Jr. was a qualifying Pilgrim ancestor for the National Society for the Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims.2 He was born in October 1639 at Nether Heyford, Northamptonshire, England.4,2,3 He was the son of Thomas French Sr. and Sara (?).2,3,4 Thomas French Jr. was born on 29 October 1639 at Nether Heyford, Northamptonshire, England.5 He was christened on 3 November 1639 at the Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Nether Heyford, Northamptonshire, Northamptonshire, England; Registry begins 1558. French family registered from 1560.6,7,2,8 He married Jane Atkins, daughter of Jonas Cattell, on 12 June 1660 at St. Andrew's Church, Whilton Parish, Nobottle Grove Hundred, Northamptonshire, England.9,10,11,12 Thomas French Jr. was a Proprietor in 1664 at New Jersey.13 He was a signer of the Concessions and Agreements of West New Jersey on 3 March 1676.13 He married Elizabeth Stanton "7, 25, 1696" at Philadelphia Monthly Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.14,15 His will was proved on 3 May 1699 .16 Thomas French Jr. left a will on 3 May 1699; Testator about to sail for England, leaves to wife Elizabeth house and plantation of 420 acres below John Test's, to son Charles 200 a. near John Hudson's with reversion of the plantation after wife's death, and land at Neather Heyford, England, to daughters Rachell Allen, Hannah Busby, Sarah Wood, Mary Busby, Jane Hall, Lydia, Rebecca; sons Thomas, Richard legacies, payable by son Charles. Witnesses--John Paine, Tho: Eves, John Hollinshead, junior.16

Family 1

Jane Atkins b. circa 1643, d. 5 October 1692
Children

Family 2

Elizabeth Stanton b. circa 1676

Citations

  1. [S200] Howard Barclay French, Descendants of Thomas French.
  2. [S357] National Society of the Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims, Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims, pg. 606, Lineage of Lavinia Coppock Gilfillan.
  3. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Film # 1985398, Father: Thomas FRENCH, Mother: Sara.
  4. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Film # 1239636, Page # 311, Reference # 10372, Father: Thomas FRENCH SR., Mother: Mrs. Sarah FRENCH.
  5. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Film # 1760944, Father: Thomas FRENCH, Mother: Mary SCUDAMORE (! - rbs).
  6. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # 7121615, source call # 0538884, Sheet # 18, Father: Thomas FRENCH, Mother: Sara.
  7. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Film # 962053, Father: Thomas FRENCH, Mother: Sara FRENCH.
  8. [S832] Parish Register Copies at the SOG, or not, online http://www.sog.org.uk/prc/index.html, no: HEYFORD, NETHER: M 1558-1668 1687-1837 [32]; M(I) 1651-1725 1776-1837 [Boyd].
  9. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Film # 1760781.
  10. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Film # 962053.
  11. [S357] National Society of the Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims, Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims, pg. 606, Lineage of Lavinia Coppock Gilfillan - for year.
  12. [S832] Parish Register Copies at the SOG, or not, online http://www.sog.org.uk/prc/index.html, no (per Atlas).
  13. [S357] National Society of the Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims, Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims, Lineage of Lavinia Coppock Gilfillan.
  14. [S454] William Montgomery Clemens, American Marriages to 1699, pg. 94.
  15. [S453] Registrar General of the Province, PA Marriages to 1810 v. II, pg. 206.
  16. [S77] State Recorder, Calendar of Wills, New Jersey Archives, pg. 174.

Hannah French

b. 5 September 1669
Hannah French|b. 5 Sep 1669|p2.htm#i357|Thomas French Jr.|b. Oct 1639|p2.htm#i350|Jane Atkins|b. c 1643\nd. 5 Oct 1692|p451.htm#i351|Thomas French Sr.|b. c 1611|p3.htm#i454|Sara (?)|b. 1620|p3.htm#i455|Jonas Cattell|b. c 1617|p3.htm#i463||||
FatherThomas French Jr. b. October 1639
MotherJane Atkins b. circa 1643, d. 5 October 1692
     Hannah French was christened on 5 September 1669 at Burlington County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Thomas French Jr. and Jane Atkins. Hannah French married Richard Buzby, son of John Busby and Mary Busby, Mrs., on 30 August 1695 at Burlington, Burlington County, New Jersey.

Family

Richard Buzby b. 1670, d. July 1747

Sarah French

b. 23 February 1674
Sarah French|b. 23 Feb 1674|p2.htm#i360|Thomas French Jr.|b. Oct 1639|p2.htm#i350|Jane Atkins|b. c 1643\nd. 5 Oct 1692|p451.htm#i351|Thomas French Sr.|b. c 1611|p3.htm#i454|Sara (?)|b. 1620|p3.htm#i455|Jonas Cattell|b. c 1617|p3.htm#i463||||
FatherThomas French Jr. b. October 1639
MotherJane Atkins b. circa 1643, d. 5 October 1692
     Sarah French was christened on 23 February 1674 at Burlington County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Thomas French Jr. and Jane Atkins. Sarah French married Isaac Wood on 1 May 1695 at Burlington, Burlington County, New Jersey.

Family

Isaac Wood

Mary French

b. 8 August 1675
Mary French|b. 8 Aug 1675|p2.htm#i361|Thomas French Jr.|b. Oct 1639|p2.htm#i350|Jane Atkins|b. c 1643\nd. 5 Oct 1692|p451.htm#i351|Thomas French Sr.|b. c 1611|p3.htm#i454|Sara (?)|b. 1620|p3.htm#i455|Jonas Cattell|b. c 1617|p3.htm#i463||||
FatherThomas French Jr. b. October 1639
MotherJane Atkins b. circa 1643, d. 5 October 1692
      Mary French was christened on 8 August 1675 at Burlington County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Thomas French Jr. and Jane Atkins. Mary French married Nicholas Busby, son of John Busby and Mary Busby, Mrs., on 30 October 1695 at Burlington Monthly Meeting, Burlington County, New Jersey.1 Mary French witnessed the will of Nicholas Busby on 22 August 1727 at Wellingborough, Burlington County, Jew Jersey; Will of Nicholas Busby. Wife Mary. Children--Thomas, John, Isaac, William, Benjamin, Lydiah, wife of James Marson, Mary, Jane, Elizabeth. Real and personal estate. The wife sole executrix. Witnesses--Jacob Burdsall, John Marson, John Wills.2 Mary French left a will on 5 December 1728 at Wellingborough, Burlington County, Jew Jersey; widow of Nickles; will of. Children--John, Isaac, William, Bengman, Lydia, wife of John Marson, Mary, Jane, wife of Jacob Burshall, Elizabeth, Sary, Thomas. Real and personal estate. Executor--son Thomas. Witnesses--Thomas Reves, Nathan Crosby, Hugh Sharp.2 Her will was proved on 21 January 1728/29 .2

Family

Nicholas Busby b. circa 1671
Children

Citations

  1. [S11] William Wade Hinshaw, Hinshaw, Philadelphia, pg. 204.
  2. [S77] State Recorder, Calendar of Wills, New Jersey Archives, Page: 76.

Jane French

b. 19 November 1676
Jane French|b. 19 Nov 1676|p2.htm#i362|Thomas French Jr.|b. Oct 1639|p2.htm#i350|Jane Atkins|b. c 1643\nd. 5 Oct 1692|p451.htm#i351|Thomas French Sr.|b. c 1611|p3.htm#i454|Sara (?)|b. 1620|p3.htm#i455|Jonas Cattell|b. c 1617|p3.htm#i463||||
FatherThomas French Jr. b. October 1639
MotherJane Atkins b. circa 1643, d. 5 October 1692
     Jane French was christened on 19 November 1676 at Burlington County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Thomas French Jr. and Jane Atkins. Jane French married Daniel Hall on 1 March 1697 at Burlington County, New Jersey.

Family

Daniel Hall

Lydia French

b. 1682
Lydia French|b. 1682|p2.htm#i363|Thomas French Jr.|b. Oct 1639|p2.htm#i350|Jane Atkins|b. c 1643\nd. 5 Oct 1692|p451.htm#i351|Thomas French Sr.|b. c 1611|p3.htm#i454|Sara (?)|b. 1620|p3.htm#i455|Jonas Cattell|b. c 1617|p3.htm#i463||||
FatherThomas French Jr. b. October 1639
MotherJane Atkins b. circa 1643, d. 5 October 1692
     Lydia French was christened in 1682 at Burlington County, New Jersey. She was the daughter of Thomas French Jr. and Jane Atkins. Lydia French married David Arnold in 1708 at Burlington County, New Jersey.

Family

David Arnold

John Haines

b. 24 August 1614
John Haines|b. 24 Aug 1614|p2.htm#i366|John Hayne|b. c 1580|p3.htm#i464||||||||||||||||
FatherJohn Hayne b. circa 1580
     John Haines was born on 24 August 1614 at Boxgrove, Sussex, England. He was the son of John Hayne. John Haines married Elizabeth Stanford, daughter of Edward Stanford and Mary (?), on 3 May 1639 at Rudgwick Parish, Sussex, England.1,2,3,4

Family

Elizabeth Stanford b. 2 April 1619
Child

Citations

  1. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), film # 457551.
  2. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # A457548, source call # 457548-457552 .
  3. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # M070971 dates 1538-1875 source call #'s 0918473, 0416755 - this IGI record says 9 May 1640.
  4. [S741] Cecil Humphrey-Smith, Phillimore Atlas, Rudgwick Parish - deposted original registers A 1538-1900, IGI 1538-1877, local marriage indexes 1538-1812, copies of registers at Soc. Gen 1538-1812.

Elizabeth Stanford

b. 2 April 1619
Elizabeth Stanford|b. 2 Apr 1619|p2.htm#i367|Edward Stanford|b. 8 Nov 1578|p3.htm#i465|Mary (?)|b. c 1580|p3.htm#i466|Thomas Stanford|b. c 1536|p3.htm#i484|Elizabeth Chanell|b. c 1530|p3.htm#i485|||||||
FatherEdward Stanford1 b. 8 November 1578
MotherMary (?)1 b. circa 1580
     Elizabeth Stanford was born on 2 April 1619 at Horsham, Sussex, England.1 She was the daughter of Edward Stanford and Mary (?).1 Elizabeth Stanford married John Haines, son of John Hayne, on 3 May 1639 at Rudgwick Parish, Sussex, England.2,3,4,5

Family

John Haines b. 24 August 1614
Child

Citations

  1. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), film # 170785, page # 1866, reference # 39571.
  2. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), film # 457551.
  3. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # A457548, source call # 457548-457552 .
  4. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # M070971 dates 1538-1875 source call #'s 0918473, 0416755 - this IGI record says 9 May 1640.
  5. [S741] Cecil Humphrey-Smith, Phillimore Atlas, Rudgwick Parish - deposted original registers A 1538-1900, IGI 1538-1877, local marriage indexes 1538-1812, copies of registers at Soc. Gen 1538-1812.

Elizabeth (?)1

b. circa 1607
     Elizabeth (?) was born circa 1607 at Aythorpe Roding, Essex, England. She married Henry Stokes of Stepney, son of Robert Stokes of Wycomb and Grace (?), before 1638 at Aythorpe Roding, Essex, England.

Family

Henry Stokes of Stepney b. between 1615 and 1620, d. 24 June 1665
Children

Citations

  1. [S1484] Genealogy of the Stokes Family, online home.supernet.com/~jlstokes/, Parents and Grandparents of Thomas Stokes, "A Critical Analysis of the Stokes Pedigree" (Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, Vol. 59, 1941, pp. 96-115.).

John Stokes

b. circa 1651
John Stokes|b. c 1651|p2.htm#i370|Henry Stokes of Stepney|b. bt 1615 - 1620\nd. 24 Jun 1665|p445.htm#i368|Elizabeth (?)|b. c 1607|p2.htm#i369|Robert Stokes of Wycomb|b. s 1575\nd. 1637|p443.htm#i467|Grace (?)||p258.htm#i29474|||||||
FatherHenry Stokes of Stepney b. between 1615 and 1620, d. 24 June 1665
MotherElizabeth (?) b. circa 1607
     John Stokes was a Quaker.1 He was born circa 1651 at Wentworth St, Stepney, Middlesex, England. He was the son of Henry Stokes of Stepney and Elizabeth (?). John Stokes was a biscuit baker at Stepney Parish, London, Middlesex, England.2,1 He lived in 1676 at Wentworth Street, Parish of Stepney, London, Middlesex, England. He received land in the New World... "THOMAS HOOTEN of the Parish of St. Ann, Black Friars, and John Stokes of Wentworth street, in the Parish of Stepney, both of which places are in London, in the county of Middlesex, England, became the owners, as tenants in common, of a certain amount of proprietory rights in West New Jersey. Thomas was a tallow chandler, and John a baker; by these avocations they respectively maintained their families, and gained some extra means to make a venture in the enterprise so much talked of among Friends at that time. The deed conveying this interest was made from William Penn and the other trustees of Edward Bylynge to Thomas Hooten in the year 1676, who immediately conveyed the undivided half-part thereof to John Stokes. It is possible that they were creditors of Edward Bylynge, whose failure in business a short time before involved so many of his creditors in loss, and led to much trouble concerning his estate. Thomas Hooten and John Stokes were relatives; perhaps their wives were sisters; both were members of the religious denomination of Friends, and were seeking some new place of abode, where their notions of right might be more freely indulged in, with some hope of promulgating their doctrines in peace. ". He died. He died of fever.1 John Stokes was buried in Bunhill Fields, Stepney Parish, London, England.3

Citations

  1. [S1290] Register of the Quarterly Meeting of London, online http://home.supernet.com/~jlstokes/london.htm
  2. [S107] John Clement, Clement, pg. 306.
  3. [S1290] Register of the Quarterly Meeting of London, online http://home.supernet.com/~jlstokes/london.htm, 1709/4/21.

Mary Stokes

b. circa 1642
Mary Stokes|b. c 1642|p2.htm#i372|Henry Stokes of Stepney|b. bt 1615 - 1620\nd. 24 Jun 1665|p445.htm#i368|Elizabeth (?)|b. c 1607|p2.htm#i369|Robert Stokes of Wycomb|b. s 1575\nd. 1637|p443.htm#i467|Grace (?)||p258.htm#i29474|||||||
FatherHenry Stokes of Stepney b. between 1615 and 1620, d. 24 June 1665
MotherElizabeth (?) b. circa 1607
     Mary Stokes was born circa 1642 at Wentworth St, Stepney, Middlesex, England. She was the daughter of Henry Stokes of Stepney and Elizabeth (?).

John Barnard

b. circa 1612
     John Barnard was born circa 1612 at Essex, England. He married Frances Munt, daughter of Samuel Munt of Peldon Hall, on 30 May 1633 at St. Katharine's, by the Tower, London, England.1

Family

Frances Munt b. circa 1622
Child

Citations

  1. [S1285] Milton Rubincam, "Adventure Of Thomas Stokes-1665", for fact, not date or place.
  2. [S128] Francis Bazley Lee, Genealogical Memorial of Mercer County, pg. 49, under HON. EDWARD CASPER STOKES entry.

Frances Munt1

b. circa 1622
Frances Munt|b. c 1622|p2.htm#i374|Samuel Munt of Peldon Hall|b. c 1592?\nd. c 1657|p444.htm#i26856||||||||||||||||
FatherSamuel Munt of Peldon Hall1 b. circa 1592?, d. circa 1657
     Frances Munt was born circa 1622 at Essex, England. She was the daughter of Samuel Munt of Peldon Hall.1 Frances Munt married John Barnard on 30 May 1633 at St. Katharine's, by the Tower, London, England.2

Family

John Barnard b. circa 1612
Child

Citations

  1. [S1285] Milton Rubincam, "Adventure Of Thomas Stokes-1665".
  2. [S1285] Milton Rubincam, "Adventure Of Thomas Stokes-1665", for fact, not date or place.

Nicholas Wright III

b. 18 February 1559
Nicholas Wright III|b. 18 Feb 1559|p2.htm#i375|Nicholas Wright Jr.|b. bt 1537 - 1538\nd. 2 Apr 1602|p440.htm#i489|Ellenn Gylbert|b. c 1535\nd. 10 Jan 1582|p439.htm#i490|Nicholas Wright Sr.|b. c 1500\nd. b 1567|p438.htm#i505|Anne Beaupre|b. 1507|p3.htm#i506|Reverend William Gylbert|b. c 1487|p4.htm#i512|Ellen Furford|b. c 1514|p4.htm#i513|
FatherNicholas Wright Jr.1,2,3 b. between 1537 and 1538, d. 2 April 1602
MotherEllenn Gylbert1,2,3 b. circa 1535, d. 10 January 1582
      Nicholas Wright III was born on 18 February 1559 at Barton Turf, Norfolk, England. Born/baptised the exact day of his parent's marriage? Unlikely. - rbs.1,2 He was the son of Nicholas Wright Jr. and Ellenn Gylbert.1,2,3 Nicholas Wright III married Margaret Jeffers of Neatishead on 15 November 1582 at Barton Turf Parish, Norfolk, England.2,4 Nicholas Wright III married Margaret Nelson on 20 April 1594 at the Church of Saints Peter and Paul, Wendling, Norfolk, England; His 2nd.1,2,3,5,6

Family 1

Margaret Jeffers of Neatishead b. circa 1562?

Family 2

Margaret Nelson b. circa 1574, d. after 1614
Children

Citations

  1. [S245] LDS, FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File Compact Disc #2 (AFN: 9BTK-89) Submitter: Jacqueline Leatham (---) 4317 Daisy Drive, Mountain Green, Utah, 84050, USA.
  2. [S550] Descendants of Thomas Wright, online http://www.angelfire.com/ny/chickened/…
  3. [S575] Ph.D. and Count d'Angerville, F.R.S.A. Professor Arthur Adams, Royal Descendants, Under Dewey - pg. 302.
  4. [S724] M.A., B.C.L. W.P.W. Phillimore, Phillimore PRM Norfolk IV, pg. 2 "Nicholas Wright & Margaret Jeffers, of Neatisherd".
  5. [S576] Jr. Aileen Lewers Langston and J. Orton Buck, Pedigrees of Charlemagne Descendants, Vol II, Chapter LXXII - Wright-Townsend-Bowman-Rosenmiller, pg. 317.
  6. [S229] International Genealogical Index (IGI), batch # F515955, source call # 1553651, film, sheet 28.
  7. [S575] Ph.D. and Count d'Angerville, F.R.S.A. Professor Arthur Adams, Royal Descendants, Under Dewey - pg. 302 - 20 Apr 1594.

Deborah (?)1

b. circa 1742
     Deborah (?) was born circa 1742. She married Denys Smock, son of Hendrick Smock and Antje Van Duyn, before 1763.1

Family

Denys Smock b. 11 October 1741, d. 18 September 1823
Children

Citations

  1. [S349] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. III, pg 301, THE SMALLEY FARM BURYING-GROUND.

Capt. John Auten1

b. circa 1755
     Capt. John Auten was born circa 1755. He married Ann Smock, daughter of Denys Smock and Deborah (?), circa 1794.1

Family

Ann Smock b. 8 December 1767, d. 25 March 1822

Citations

  1. [S349] ., Somerset Quarterly Vol. III, pg 301, THE SMALLEY FARM BURYING-GROUND.