Johannes Voorhees

M, #404
MARRIAGE*1744 Johannes Voorhees married Sarah Van der Vliet, daughter of Jan Dirckse Van der Vliet and Geertje Ver Kerk, in 1744. 

Family

Sarah Van der Vliet b. 1694, d. 1773
Last Edited3 May 1999

Adelaide Wade

F, #833
MARRIAGE*after 1835 Adelaide Wade married John Crowley Richardson, son of John Crowley Richardson and Sarah Hall, after 1835. 
Married Nameafter 1835  As of after 1835,her married name was Richardson. 

Family

John Crowley Richardson b. 1786, d. 3 August 1845
Last Edited3 May 1999

Adelaide Wade

F, #836
MARRIAGE* Adelaide Wade married Samuel Q. Richardson, son of John Crowley Richardson and Sarah Hall, Second marriage. 
Married Name Her married name was Richardson. 

Family

Samuel Q. Richardson b. 1791, d. 8 February 1835
Last Edited3 May 1999

Jesse Aden Wade1,2

M, #3173, b. January 1850, d. 24 August 1887
Father*Willis H. Wade1 b. 21 Jan 1814, d. 24 Aug 1887
Burial* Jesse Aden Wade was buried at Mt. Calvary, Carey, GA, Margot, sorry I should have put the dates in the caption below the picture but didn't realize it is kinda' hard to make out. Lucinda Harriett Floyd Wade: b. Dec. 25, 1850, d. June 13, 1894. Her husband was Jesse Aden Wade Sr. b. Jan. 1850, d. Oct. 1924. He was buried in the Cary Cemetery (Mt. Calvary Bapt. Church), Cary, Bleckley Co. He remarried after Hattie died and that's apparently why he wound up in the Cary Cemetery with his second wife. Others in the Wade Cemetery at Cotton Ridge are Willis H. Wade b. Jan. 21, 1814, d. Aug.(?) 24, 1887 and his wife Rachel C. Scarborough b. Dec. 17, 1821, d. Mar. 24, 1892. They are the parents of Jesse A. Wade Sr. and have no connection with us except as Hattie's inlaws, as far as I know.2,1 
MARRIAGE* He married Lucinda Harriett Floyd, daughter of Washington J. Floyd and Susan Lister.1 
MARRIAGE* He married Fannie Scarborough.2 
Birth*January 1850 He was born in January 1850.1 
 He was the son of Willis H. Wade.1 
Death*24 August 1887 He died on 24 August 1887 at age 37.1 

Family 1

Fannie Scarborough

Family 2

Lucinda Harriett Floyd b. 25 December 1850, d. 13 June 1894
Last Edited12 Dec 2005

Citations

  1. [S491] Jerry Floyd, "Jerry Floyd," e-mail to MVW, June 2001.
  2. [S490] Donald R. Floyd, The Elusive Floyds.

Mary A. Wade

F, #1387, b. February 1853, d. 25 March 1886
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
Birth*February 1853 Mary A. Wade was born in February 1853. 
MARRIAGE*say 1870 She married Archibald Floyd, son of Amos Kinchen Floyd and Anna Luttia Mc Daniel, say 1870. 
Death*25 March 1886  On 25 March 1886 Marriages, Deaths and Etc. from the Hawkinsville Dispatch 1870 - 1888, compiled by Robert K. Nobles; printed by the Central Georgia Genealogical Society, Inc" page 307, Mary Wade Floyd's death was listed in Vol 20, No. 12, Thursday Morning, 25 Mar 1886.
"Obituary. Departed this life, in Pulaski County, Ga., Mrs. Mary Floyd, in the 38th year of her age. She was born and raised in Pulaski County, and was married to Mr. A. Floyd on April 7th (not given). She was the mother of five children, two of whom died before their mother.She was the daughter of Mr. Willis H. Wade. She united herself with the Baptist Church at Mt. Calvary some 20 years ago, and lived a consistent member until her death. She leaves a husband, three small children, a father, mother, brothers, sisters and a host of other relatives and friends to morn her loss..." 
Married Namesay 1870  As of say 1870,her married name was Floyd. 
CENSUS1870*1870 She appeared on the census in 1870 at Pulaski County, GA.1 

Family

Archibald Floyd b. circa 1844, d. 1905
Children
Last Edited26 Jan 2005

Citations

  1. [S344] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Willis H. Wade1

M, #4237, b. 21 January 1814, d. 24 August 1887
MARRIAGE* Willis H. Wade married Rachel C. Scarborough.1 
Birth*21 January 1814 He was born on 21 January 1814.1 
Burial*1887 He was buried in 1887 at Wade Cemetery Cotton Ridge, Cochran, Pulaski County, GA.1
WADE CEMETERY
Death*24 August 1887 He died on 24 August 1887 at Pulaski County, GA, at age 73.1 

Family 1

Rachel C. Scarborough b. 17 December 1821, d. 24 March 1892

Family 2

Child
Last Edited12 Dec 2005

Citations

  1. [S491] Jerry Floyd, "Jerry Floyd," e-mail to MVW, June 2001.

Audrey Wagner

F, #116
MARRIAGE* Audrey Wagner married Louis R. Hollmeyer Jr, son of Louis R. Hollmeyer and Marguerite Woodmansee
Married Name Her married name was Hollmeyer. 

Family

Louis R. Hollmeyer Jr b. 23 April 1917, d. 8 September 1956
Last Edited3 May 1999

William Waller

M, #1017

Family

Child
Last Edited3 May 1999

Winnifred Waller

F, #856, b. circa 1709, d. 6 October 1751
Father*William Waller
ChartsDe Calmes
Birth*circa 1709 Winnifred Waller was born circa 1709. 
 She was the daughter of William Waller
MARRIAGE*1725 She married Marquis Calmes II, son of Marquis Calmes I and Isabella Elliche, in 1725. 
Burial*1751 She was buried in 1751 at Burwell Cemetery, Clark, Va, Originally buried at "Vineyard Farm" near Tilthammer Mill and moved to Burwell or Old Chapel Cemetery. 
Death*6 October 1751 She died on 6 October 1751. 
Married Name1725  As of 1725,her married name was Calmes. 

Family

Marquis Calmes II b. 1705, d. 10 May 1755
Children
Last Edited26 Feb 2011

Clifford Walmsley

M, #122

Family

Esther Tiedemann
Child
Last Edited3 May 1999

Roger C. Walmsley

M, #98, b. 12 December 1909, d. 24 May 1982
Father*Clifford Walmsley
Mother*Esther Tiedemann
MARRIAGE* Roger C. Walmsley married Catherine E. Hollmeyer, daughter of George N. Hollmeyer and Elizabeth Yuenager
Birth*12 December 1909 He was born on 12 December 1909 at PA. 
 He was the son of Clifford Walmsley and Esther Tiedemann
Death*24 May 1982 He died on 24 May 1982 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH, at age 72 He was buried June 2, 1982.1 

Family

Catherine E. Hollmeyer b. 18 September 1909, d. 5 April 1981
Last Edited19 Nov 1996

Citations

  1. [S8] Family information.

Eugene Walsh

M, #158
Last Edited3 May 1999

Luke Walthall1

M, #3890, b. 25 October 1590, d. 22 July 1616
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
Birth16 October 1590 Luke Walthall was born on 16 October 1590.2 
Christening*25 October 1590 He was christened on 25 October 1590.3 
MARRIAGE*12 February 1610 He married Mary Basse, daughter of Humphrey Basse and Mary Buscher, on 12 February 1610 Marriage license issued by the Bishop of London to Mary Basse, spinster to marry at St. Giles in the Fields Middlesex County.1,4,3 
Death*22 July 1616 He died on 22 July 1616 at London, England, at age 25; He was named as executor of Mary Basse, but died shortly after Humphrey so there must have been a disease going around.1 
Occupation* He was He was a merchant and one of the Captains of the city of London.

http://books.google.com/books?id=dpJdSez4W8gC&printsec=frontcover&dq=humphrey+basse&source=bl&ots=-RliXH0M4E&sig=5cWRHTEKTcjOplRrY-q5Wl8dtIE&hl=en&sa=X&ei=ARQgUN3DL4Pc9ASuy4Ao&ved=0CFMQ6AEwBjge#v=onepage&q=basse&f=false

He was Mayor of London. at London, England.2 
BUSINESS*September 1617 He was in business Resolution to sell the Jambi pepper at 26d., the Bantam pepper at 25d., and as many other commodities as may be. Request of Mr. Leske, the preacher, to have his goods delivered to him free of freight; some condemned him as worthy of no kindness, seeing he was, as it is said, sent home as a malefacto ; others supposed he was wronged because of his severe reprehension of sin in others who sought to injure him "by putting a trick upon him by a wench at the English house;" resolved in respect of his coat to deal kindly with him and leave it to the Governor to remit the freight as a favour. Wages of Joseph Salbancke ; his desire to write 200l. in the last joint stock, referred. Petition of John Curtis, master of the Peppercorn, "craving favour" for his goods brought home, referred, as it was conceived a great wrong to bring such a quantity of spices home, contrary to his bond. Committee appointed to frame proceedings for commissions, letters, number of ships, men, provisions, and the like for the next year's fleet. Committee to speak with Slanye, respecting the purchase of six or seven tons of elephants' teeth. Sept. 23.-Minutes of a General Court. Those of the generality absent to be fined 12d. each. Resolutions concerning the sale of the spices and other goods brought home by the Globe and Peppercorn. 250l. of Luke Walthall in the first joint stock "put to sale," adjudged to Robert Delean, he bidding 212l. per cent. for the same ; also 40l. belonging to Rich. Basse, sold to Wm. Preistley for 85l; 300l. of John Wightman to Rowland Backhouse, for 218l. per cent; 400l. of Anna Walthall, half to [Hugh] Hamersley for 210l. per cent., and half to Robt. Delean for 210l. 10s. per cent; 400l. of Edw. Dodsworth, half to Rowland Backhouse for 210l. 10s., and half to [John] Bancks for 210l. per cent; and 400l. of John Walthall, half to Rich. Venne, and half to Wm. Cockes for 210l. per cent. each ; and 200l. to Arthur Robinson. Sale of commodities with names of purchasers and the prices. Sept. 25.-In the case of the "rulers" of the porters, Robert Pore is enjoined to submit. Demand of Barrett referred. Difference between Martyn and the "Caldæan," referred. Consideration of the number of ships to be employed in the next fleet. To be at Bantam to command the factories in the Indies, and to examine, establish, and dissolve factories as there may be occasion in the next fleet, their tonnage, the places they should go to, and the stock they should carry ; some of opinion to send eight ships,-two to Surat and six to Bantam, one from Surat to go to Acheen and Bantam ; those from Bantam to go to the Moluccas and parts thereabouts, that the Dutch may perceive the English intend not to leave [off] their traffic to those places ; and by such strength the inhabitants there and at Banda will be encouraged to deal with the English when they shall find them of power to resist the wrongs put on them by the Hollanders. After discussion, it was held fit to send the more shipping, not to oppose the Hollanders in hostile manner, but to countenance the Company's business, that they be not put down or forced from their trade, "which, it seems, they (the Hollanders) do intend in all parts," but to send a good strength, both to the Moluccas and Banda, to purpose once for all and see what the Hollanders will do, "if a man of courage may be had that will not endure their wrongs ; as yet, they have only given hard words, but performed no deeds, and the Company's intents have been and still will be, not to drive a war with them, but to defend and resist the wrongs that may be put upon the English." Opinion that it were fit for the English to attempt Banda, and endeavour to expulse the Flemings, where the country people will assist, hating the insolency of the Flemings. Resolved to have, first Mr. Jourdain's, then Capt. Keeling's opinions, and then both together ; to hear also Augustine Spaldinge, Capt. Saris, Mr. Paiton, and others. Opinion of Jourdain on prosecuting the trade in the Indies, and dissolving unprofitable factories ; that Jourdain would be a fit person [for that service]. Description of the alterations and additions to be made in the several departments of the Company's premises at Blackwall ; these include the repacking and slaughter rooms. Sept. 26.-Complaints of Deane concerning his "half capital," of divers grocers regarding the purchase of pepper, and of other members of the Company who could not have their half capitals. in September 1617. 

Family

Mary Basse b. 25 January 1595, d. after 1620
Children
Last Edited7 Aug 2012

Citations

  1. [S545] Stephaun Paul, Feb 5 2004.
  2. [S624] George E. Cokayne, some Accounts.
  3. [S610] Boyd, Boyd's.
  4. [S1] Bass Family, Book, 1961 State Archives of Georgia.

Mary Walthall1

F, #4467, b. 19 February 1612
Father*Luke Walthall1 b. 25 Oct 1590, d. 22 Jul 1616
Mother*Mary Basse1 b. 25 Jan 1595, d. a 1620
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
Birth*19 February 1612 Mary Walthall was born on 19 February 1612.2 
 She was the daughter of Luke Walthall and Mary Basse.1 
Last Edited15 May 2008

Citations

  1. [S1] Bass Family, Book, 1961 State Archives of Georgia.
  2. [S610] Boyd, Boyd's.

Roger Walthall1

M, #5264
Death* Roger Walthall died at Chester.1 
Last Edited22 Oct 2009

Citations

  1. [S624] George E. Cokayne, some Accounts.

William Walthall1

M, #4190, b. 21 February 1613
Father*Luke Walthall1 b. 25 Oct 1590, d. 22 Jul 1616
Mother*Mary Basse1 b. 25 Jan 1595, d. a 1620
ChartsWilliam Basse
WILLIAM BASSE
Death*  He died young.1 
Birth*21 February 1613 William Walthall was born on 21 February 1613.2 
 He was the son of Luke Walthall and Mary Basse.1 
Last Edited15 May 2008

Citations

  1. [S1] Bass Family, Book, 1961 State Archives of Georgia.
  2. [S610] Boyd, Boyd's.

Mary Walthrop1

F, #1086
MARRIAGE* Mary Walthrop married Morrise Floyd, son of John Floyd
Note* She. 
Married Name Her married name was Floyd. 

Family

Morrise Floyd b. 1701, d. circa 1792
Children
Last Edited21 Sep 2007

Citations

  1. Surname given to me by Dottie Punch
    e-mail address.

Ida Walton

F, #551
Father*/Walton/ (?)
Mother*Martha Adamson
 Ida Walton was the daughter of /Walton/ (?) and Martha Adamson
Last Edited19 Jun 1998

John Walton

M, #552
Father*/Walton/ (?)
Mother*Martha Adamson
 John Walton was the son of /Walton/ (?) and Martha Adamson
Last Edited19 Jun 1998

Joseph Walton

M, #553
Father*/Walton/ (?)
Mother*Martha Adamson
 Joseph Walton was the son of /Walton/ (?) and Martha Adamson
MARRIAGE* He married /Lloyd/ (?) 

Family

/Lloyd/ (?)
Last Edited19 Jun 1998

Sallie Walton

F, #549
Father*/Walton/ (?)
Mother*Martha Adamson
 Sallie Walton was the daughter of /Walton/ (?) and Martha Adamson
MARRIAGE* She married Thomas Tyler
Married Name Her married name was Tyler. 

Family

Thomas Tyler
Children
Last Edited19 Jun 1998

Floyd Hill Wardlow Sr.

M, #5013, b. 1889, d. 1948
Father*William Franklin Wardlow
Mother*Anna Olivia Killpatrick
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
Birth*1889 Floyd Hill Wardlow Sr. was born in 1889. 
 He was the son of William Franklin Wardlow and Anna Olivia Killpatrick
Death*1948 He died in 1948.1 

Family

Child
Last Edited7 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S613] James Wardlow, "Wardlow," e-mail to MVW, June 7, 2008.

Floyd Wardlow Jr.

M, #5014, b. 29 April 1921, d. 9 September 1998
Father*Floyd Hill Wardlow Sr. b. 1889, d. 1948
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
Birth*29 April 1921 Floyd Wardlow Jr. was born on 29 April 1921.1 
 He was the son of Floyd Hill Wardlow Sr. 
Death*9 September 1998 He died on 9 September 1998 at age 77. 
Last Edited7 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S613] James Wardlow, "Wardlow," e-mail to MVW, June 7, 2008.

George Clifford Wardlow1

M, #5017
Father*William Franklin Wardlow1
Mother*Anna Olivia Killpatrick1
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
 George Clifford Wardlow was the son of William Franklin Wardlow and Anna Olivia Killpatrick.1 
Death* He died He died at the age of 102. 
Last Edited7 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S613] James Wardlow, "Wardlow," e-mail to MVW, June 7, 2008.

James Patrick Wardlow1

M, #1139, b. 3 October 1822, d. 1890
Mother*Cynthia (?)2 b. 1792
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
Birth*3 October 1822 James Patrick Wardlow was born on 3 October 1822 at Pulaski County, GA. 
 He was the son of Cynthia (?)2 
MARRIAGE*26 October 1848 He married Francis Mary Ann Floyd, daughter of Federick (Fed) Floyd and Mourning Bass, on 26 October 1848 at GA James Wardlow seems to come from a family well established in Jones County Georgia as his mother Cynthia is shown as a head of household there in 1830. There is no way to know how James ended up in Pulaski County married to Francis Mary Ann. The couple did not appear on the 1860 census anywhere in Georgia, but they reappear in 1870 in Jones County living with Cynthia. 
Death*1890 He died in 1890. 
CENSUS1850* He appeared on the CENSUS.3
Here are the newly married Frances Mary and James Wardlow living near family members.
Biography*  Jimjanicew@bellsouth.net Margot: Thanks so much for the Floyd book. This makes me want to dig a little deeper into the Wardlow history. In your book, you mentioned Jones County as the likely place where Francis (my Dad spelled her name w/ an e) Mary Ann Floyd Wardlow and James Patrick Wardlow lived after moving from Pulaski County. It is my understanding ( info from my father ) that they lived on Upper River road near Gray in Jones County. My dad (deceased ) and Emmit Rynolds visited the old family graveyard in the 1960's I believe and were disappointed that it had been largely destroyed. They found a civil war button they believed belonged to James Patrick. I have been to the old courthouse in Gray and looked up Wardlow land transactions. Many names I recalled from Dad's stories, but other names I had never heard.
James Patrick was a guard at Andersonville prison during the Civil War. The family story told by my aunt Mattie and my father was that when the war ended he walked home to Jones County (perhaps 60 miles) tore off his uniform and tossed it into the fireplace.

Two item I believe you will want to see are the civil war era chest that the Yankee's knocked a strip of wood from and the fabric that my father has attach this note: "Thread was home spun and hand woven by Mrs. Frances Mary Ann Floyd Wardlow, wife of James Patrick Wardlow, lll. 1823-1890 It is a guess that this represents the centennial project of the great - grandmother of Floyd Wardlow, jr" This is a large piece of fabric in good but out perfect condition.
My linage to the Floyd's is as follows: Frances and James Patrick Wardlow- their son was William Franklin Wardlow-- whose son was Floyd Hill Wardlow Sr., whose son was my father ,Floyd Wardlow Jr. Please let me know when you would like to visit- w/a few days notice I'll try to dig out other info- Dad tossed nothing and I have keep most everything.

Best to you and your family and thanks again for the wonderful family history. 
CENSUS1880*1880 He appeared on the Census in 1880 at Jones, Ga; He and wife Mary Ann are living with unmarried son. Here is a note from a descendant:It is my understanding ( info from my father ) that they lived on Upper River road near Gray in Jones County.4 

Family

Francis Mary Ann Floyd b. 23 January 1824, d. after 1877
MARRIAGE*26 October 1848 He married Francis Mary Ann Floyd, daughter of Federick (Fed) Floyd and Mourning Bass, on 26 October 1848 at GA James Wardlow seems to come from a family well established in Jones County Georgia as his mother Cynthia is shown as a head of household there in 1830. There is no way to know how James ended up in Pulaski County married to Francis Mary Ann. The couple did not appear on the 1860 census anywhere in Georgia, but they reappear in 1870 in Jones County living with Cynthia. 
Child
Last Edited15 Oct 2015

Citations

  1. [S100] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  2. [S55] 1870 Census;.
  3. [S52] 1850 Census;.
  4. [S56] 1880 Census;.

William Franklin Wardlow1

M, #2372
Father*James Patrick Wardlow b. 3 Oct 1822, d. 1890
Mother*Francis Mary Ann Floyd b. 23 Jan 1824, d. a 1877
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
 William Franklin Wardlow was the son of James Patrick Wardlow and Francis Mary Ann Floyd
MARRIAGE* He married Anna Olivia Killpatrick.2 
CENSUS1880*1880 He appeared on the Census in 1880 at Jones, Ga; He is living unmarried with his parents. 

Family

Anna Olivia Killpatrick
Children
Last Edited7 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S23] Doris Floyd Dixon, "Pedigree Chart."
  2. [S613] James Wardlow, "Wardlow," e-mail to MVW, June 7, 2008.

(?) Ware1

M, #3412

Family

Child
Last Edited10 Jul 2002

Citations

  1. I got this name from Becky Nagle.

Thomas B. Warren

M, #838
MARRIAGE* Thomas B. Warren married Sarah Hall Richardson, daughter of John Crowley Richardson and Sarah Hall, First marriage. 

Family

Sarah Hall Richardson d. say 1834
Last Edited3 May 1999

Augustine Washington

M, #4546, b. 1693, d. 1743
Father*Lawrence Washington b. Sep 1659, d. 1697
Birth*1693 Augustine Washington was born in 1693. 
 He was the son of Lawrence Washington
Death*1743 He died in 1743. 

Family

Child
Last Edited5 Mar 2010

Elizabeth Washington1

F, #3127, b. circa 1740, d. 1778
Father*John Washington b. 1717, d. 1752
Mother*Margaret Storke b. c 1715
Birth*circa 1740 Elizabeth Washington was born circa 1740 at Caroline, VA.1 
 She was the daughter of John Washington and Margaret Storke
MARRIAGE*21 December 1760 She married John Buckner on 21 December 1760 at Stafford, VA.1 
Death*1778 She died in 1778.1 
Married Name21 December 1760  As of 21 December 1760,her married name was Buckner.1 
Note*2006 She e-mail from Justin Glenn dated May 2001:
"The best place to find full details on the Storke[Stoke]-Washington connection (and to take your line back to the immigrant ancestor John Washington, gr. grandfather of George W.) is:
William G. Stanard, 'The Descendants of Two John Washington's", VA. Magazine of History and Biography, Vol 22 (1914), pages 213-214. There are errors in this long article, but it's solid for your line, as I recall).
Justin Glenn gives the lineage of Elisabeth [Washington] Buckner as:

She is the daughter of John Washington and Margaret Storke [Stoke]; granddaughter of Nathaniel Washington and Mary Dade [and he questioned her maiden name] Nathaniel Washington was one of 4 sons of immigrant Col. John Washington.

Here is the Washington line according to Justin Glenn
John Washington (the immigrant) m. Anne Pope

Their son John Washington (Jr.) m. Anne (Wickliffe?)

Their son Nathaniel Washington m. Mary (Dade?)

The line continues thus (with Nathaniel’s son John):


36.          John Washington (b. ca. 1716; m. [Nov. 23, 1738] Margaret Storke [b. Jan. 18, 1720/1721; d. post 1782]; he d. ante April 14, 1752).
          Children:
     +120.      Elizabeth Washington.
     +121.     Nathaniel Washington.
          122.          William Washington (b. Dec. 9, 1748; he d.s.p. ante March 25, 1788).
     +123.          John Washington. [G.H.S. KING, Reg. St. Paul’s, 148-149; W. STANARD, ““Desc. of Two John Washingtons,” VHM, 22 (1914) 213-214; J.A.W., Outline, 1331]


NEXT GENERATION:

120.          Elizabeth Washington (b. in Caroline Co., Va. ca. 1740; m. in Stafford Co. [Dec. 21, 1760] John Buckner [b. ca. 1725/1730; sheriff of Caroline Co., Va., where he d. ante May 15, 1777]. She d. ante May 10, 1781).
          Children:
     +422.     Richard Henry Buckner.
     +423.     John Washington Buckner.
          424.     Catherine Buckner (b. ca. 1765; m. George Buckner [1760-1828], and she d.s.p. 9 months after her marriage).
     +425.     Peter Ballard Buckner.
     +426.     Margaret Storke Buckner. [Marr. date from G.H.S. KING, Reg. of St. Paul’s Parish, 18; F. VIRKUS, C.A.G., 3:448; G.H.S. KING, “Further notes on Capt. George Buckner,” VMH 64 (1956) 365-366; J.A.W., Outline, 13312, however, gives their marriage date as Dec. 11, 1760. The original Register of St. Paul’s Parish is lost and there are discrepancies in the various copies. In explaining this discrepancy, J.A.W. notes: “... when George King published the Register, he did not get back to what I thought was the earliest and best copy. I do seem to have decided at one point in my own mind that 21 Dec. 1760 was a better reading than 11 Dec.”]



NEXT GENERATION:


426.          Margaret Storke Buckner (b. ca. 1769; m. Thomas Keith Lendrum, Jr. [a young physician at Port Royal, Va., at the outbreak of the Rev. War, he volunteered as a surgeon’s mate in the Navy of the State of Va. He served aboard two Continental privateers, the Tartar and the Tempest during the Rev. War, reportedly serving for two years and ten months aboard the Tempest before it was captured. He is said to have held the rank of maj. By May 8, 1801 Dr. Thomas Lendrum res. in upper end of Westmoreland Co., he was inoculating patients. He d. in Westmoreland Co., Va., between Jan. 11 and July 22, 1811]. Margaret inherited five Negro girls from her uncle William Washington #13313, in his will dated March 2, 1786 [Westmoreland Co., Will Bk. 18, p. 27]. As a widow Margaret can be traced in the 1820 census Westmoreland Co., Va. [p. 285], which lists 1 male 16-18, 1 male 16-26, 1 female 10-16, 2 females 16-26, 1 female over 45. Margaret d. between 1820 and 1830.
in 2006.1 

Family

John Buckner d. 1777
Children
Last Edited19 Aug 2010

Citations

  1. [S489] Justin Glenn, "Justin Glenn notes," e-mail to Margaret Woodrough, Feb 12, 2001.