Genevieve Clerke ?1,2

F, #4187
Father*(?) Clerke2
 Genevieve Clerke ? was the daughter of (?) Clerke.2 
MARRIAGE*before 1596 She married Dominick Buscher before 1596. 
MARRIAGE13 December 1596 She married Richard Deane on 13 December 1596 at St. Catherine Coleman Church, London, England.2 
Note She Here is exchange between Don floyd and MVW
Yes, this was like a flashing neon sign to me, but I don't have a clue really since I do not clearly understand 17th century English culture. One wild thought, though. Would Humfrey agree to pay the yearly lease for the Wiltshire manor in exchange for some favor from Charles Pressy, and if so, did Genevieve figure into the equation? Was Hump essentially getting his mother in law married off? Could this be Hump's way of getting her out on the manor and out of the way? There's a site called British Online History. I might be able to find something there.
Don
Now - here's a question. Genevieve's husband Charles had some sort of contract with her son in law Humphrey. Humphrey died in June 1616 and his estate was still not settled when his wife died in Dec. of 1617 Genevieve didn't die for another two years. Wouldn't you think there would be some more "paperwork" recorded relative to this business agreement? Second question, Why did Nathaniel get so little from Genevieve and why did John not get his money directly, but rather through the executor? 
Living* She was living; Margot:I went hunting on the Internet for manors in Wiltshire. I may have found the Pressy manor. From other info, I learned it was in ecclesiastical hands, and this one seems to fit the bill. Unfortunately it is not there anymore -- demolished.. Don
Bishopstone Manor The earliest record of an Episcopal estate in Bishopstone is 1208. It remained in church hands until the Civil War when in 1647 it was sold on. There was a house on the manor from 1341 and in 1758 it stood north-west of the church. In 1862-63 the Ecclesiastical Commissioners built a new redbrick house (the first in the village). This was originally called Forest House and later Prebendal Farm. The old manor house was demolished between 1884 and 1922. 
Married Name Her married name was Buscher.2 
Married Name Her married name was Pressey.2 
Married Name13 December 1596  As of 13 December 1596,her married name was Deane.2 
Note*1619  Here is some research from Don Floyd:
As you can see in the attached will, Genevieve Pressey was no slouch when it came to money. It’s interesting that she lived in Wiltshire. That’s where Stonehenge is. The hamlet she lived in was called Bishop’s Towne then. The name evolved into Bishoptown and later to Bushton.
I have attempted to get some idea of the wealth in the Basse family and I have come to a few conclusions. According to an Internet site concerning 17th century cost of living in England, a person of “the middling sort,” which I interpret as meaning “middle class,” would need an income of 100 pounds a year to maintain a family and live comfortably.
In America today, a comparative figure would be $50,000 a year.
So if we figure that each of Humfrey Basse’s children received a legacy of about 300 pounds, that would mean they were receiving the equivalent of $150,000 in today’s money. Some of them got additional money, too. And Mary Basse got a third of the estate. According to my rough calculations that would be more than a million in today’s dollars. Try your hand at this and see what you come up with.
The rings that Humfrey Basse bequeathed ranged in value from 30 to 50 shillings. Twenty shillings makes a pound, so a 30-shilling ring would be 1 1/2 pounds. A domestic servant’s yearly wage could be as low as two pounds and probably no more than three pounds, so the rings were very valuable, being worth almost as much as a servant’s yearly wage..I’ve pasted the cost-of-living information below.
If you can decipher any of the blank spots in my transcription of Genevieve's will, please let me know. I thought you might have a keen insight on the personal items toward the end of the will. That's where she is apparently insisting that all items be taken into consideration and possibly converted into currency. Don
Wages and the Cost of Living
Wages could be as low as two or three pounds per year for a domestic servant, plus food, lodging and clothing. A beggar would normally hope to be given between a farthing and two pence in alms, while a parish pauper could hope for a weekly pension between a few pence and a few shillings. For a young boy chopping wood the going rate was 1 ½ pence per hour, while a porter could expect a penny for shifting a bushel of coal. A waterman would expect six pence to take you from Westminster to London Bridge, while a barber asked the same to dress your wig and give you a shave. Female domestic servants earned less than men. Wages for women could range from the £2 or so mentioned above, to between £6 and £8 for a housemaid, and up to £15 per annum for a skilled housekeeper. By contrast a footman could expect £8 per year, and a coachman anywhere between £12 and £26. Because they had to provide their food, lodging and clothing, independent artisans needed to earn substantially more than this. £15 to £20 per year was a low wage, and a figure closer to £40 per annum was needed to keep a family. The middling sort would require much more still and could not expect to live comfortably for under £100 per year, while the boundary between the "middling sort" and the simply rich was in the region of £500. The First Lord of the Treasury enjoyed an annual salary of £4,000. in 1619. 
Will3 March 1619 She left a will on 3 March 1619 Margot: I'm sending this while it's on my mind and fresh in my computer. Following names appear in Genevieve Pressey's will. I have included relationships.
Mary Pressey, daughter of Charles Pressey
John Clerke, brother of Genevieve Clerke Buschier Pressey
Susan Pressey Clerke, wife of John Clerke
Henry Bradley, unknown relationship
Jane Bradley, daughter of Henry Bradley
Nathaniell Buschier, probable in-law of Genevieve
Jeremy Buschier, brother of Nathaniell Buschier, probable in-law of Genevieve
Mary Walthall, nee Mary Basse, daughter of Humfrey Basse
Luke Walthall, husband of Mary Walthall
William Walthall, son of Luke and Mary Walthall
Thomas Hobson, also appears in Humfrey Basse’s will as a witness
Sampson Hussey, doctor in Humfrey’s will, husband of Jane who was daughter of Genevieve
Constantine Buschier, son of Genevieve and deceased at time of Genevieve’s will
Abraham Buschier, son of Genevieve
Anne Buschier, daughter of Abraham Buschier
Jane Buschier, daughter of Abraham Buschier
John Buschier, son of Genevieve
Margarett Buschier, wife of John Buschier, daughter in law of Genevieve
Jane Hussey, wife of Sampson Hussey, daughter of Genevieve
Mary Hussey, daughter of Jane Hussey, granddaughter of Genevieve
Iobora (?) Hussey, daughter of Jane Hussey, granddaughter of Genevieve
Jane Tiffield (?) Unknown relationship, wife of Phillipp Tiffield, daughter or Mrs. Garrett
Mr. Dowell (?) minister in Bishop’s Towne
James Armstrong, apparent relative of Charles Pressey
Elizabeth Armstrong, wife of James Armstrong, apparent relative of Charles Pressey
Mr. Thomas Franklin, a “loving friend” to Genevieve and Humfrey, overseer of G’s will
Humfrey Browne, loving friend of Genevieve, overseer of her will along with Franklin
Josua Marinett, possibly a witness to the will, possibly a notary public
Don. 
Will*3 March 1619 Her will was proved April 10, 1620 and refers to a contract between her husband, Charles Pressey and son-in law Humfrey Basse, deceased. The contract was dated July 2 1602. she left bequests to the poor of the French Church in London as well as widows of parish of St. Catherine Coleman; Her will is full of people not shown here. See page 3 of Bell if more is wanted. She left bequests to St. Catherine Coleman Church. This was an ancient church that was merged with another in 1923 and the structure was torn down.



In the name of God amen
I Genevieve Pressey heretofore widow of Dominick Busscier of London merchant
stranger deceased and now wife of Charles Pressey of Bishopp’s Towne in
the county of Wiltshire-----------being sick of body but yet nevertheless in good
and perfect sound memory and understanding praise be unto God considering
the frailties of this life and there is nothing more certain than death
nor nothing more-------------------than the honor of the same hath made ordained and
by these presents doe make and ordaine my testament and last will in manner and forme
following. Imprimis. I commend my soule into the hands of allmightie Godand through Jesus Christ his only begotten Sonne my Savioure and Redeemer.
And I ordaine my bodye to be buried at the discretion of my executor hereafter named
--------onto the ceremonies of mourninge. And as concerning the temporall goodes it
hathe pleased God to grante me in this mortal (?) thereof according to the power
which I have obtained of the sayd Charles Pressey my husband by the contracte made
between him and Humfrey Basse, my sonne in lawe-----being date the second day of
Julye in the four and fortiethe year of the raigne of our late sovereign Lady
Queene Elizabeth for to dispose of my said temporall goodes I doe dispose in manner
and forme following (Two wit) Imprimis. I doe give to the poore of the ---------------
in London six poundes sterling. Item. I doe give ffourtie shillings to the poore
widdows and widdowers dwelling in the Parrishe of St. Catherine Coleman in
London to be equallye divided amongst them. Item. I doe give twenty shillings to
be distributed in bread to the poore people that goe about streets on the daye of my burial
(crossed out, funeral inserted.) Item. I give fourtye shillings to be distributed amongst the poore
of Bishop’s Towne aforesaid. Item. I doe give unto each of my----------- friends and
------- -------- shalbe dwelling --------------at the tyme of my decease twenty six
shillings and eight pence apiece. Item. I doe give unto John-------------------my nephew
and to Marye -----------his sister to each of them one silver spoone of ten shillings
for a remembrance. Item. I doe give unto my loving husband Charles
Pressey my greate (?) dyamond ringe for a remembrance. I doe give unto
Marye Pressey my sayd husband’s daughter a dyamond ringe of the value
of ffive pounds. Item. I doe give unto my brother Thomas Pressey and unto my
brother John Clerke and unto Susan his wife sister to my said husband unto
eache of them a ringe of goule of the value of twenty shillings apiece for a
remembrance. Item. I doe give unto Henrye (?) Bradley and his wife unto each
of them a ringe of goule of the value of twenty shillings apiece for a
remembrance. Item. I doe give unto Jane Bradley daughter of the said Henrye
Bradley one silver cuppe of three poundes sterling and unto each of the
rest of the sayd Henrye Bradley his children one silver spoone of six shillings
apiece. Item. I doe give unto Nathaniell Buschier and unto his wife and
daughter and unto Jeremye Buschier his brother eache of them a ringe of goule
of the value of twenty shillings apiece for a remembrance. Item. I doe give
unto Marye Walthall and unto her sonne William Walthall unto Thomas
Hobson and unto his wife-----and unto Sampson Hussey who was the husband
of my daughter Jane unto each of them one ringe of goule of the value
of twenty shillings apiece for a remembrance. Item. I doe give
unto the widow of my sonne Constantine Buschier a ringe of goule of the value of XXs
(twenty shillings). Item. I will that unto Anne and Jane Buschier daughters of my sonne Abraham Buschier shalbe payed three hundrede poundes sterling ------as have bene promised unto him the sayd Abraham after my decease whereof Humfrey Basse my sonne
in law hathe made him an obligation provided always that the sayd Anne
and Jane accordinge to the promise ----------the sayd Abraham Buschier hathe made
------doe paye unto Marye and Iobora? Hussey the children of my daughter
Jane Hussey the somme of one hundred poundes sterling And I will
that the sayd somme of one hundrede pounds shalbe equallye divided between
them by my executor hereafter named And I do entreate my executor hereafter
named to putt the sayd one hundrede poundes----------------------at interest -------the rate of
eighth in the hundrethe for the assessment (?) of the sayd Marye and Iobora (?) Hussey
until they ------------------shalbe come to the state of marriage. Item. I will that if
my sonne John Buschier hathe not as yet been payde of the three hundred
poundes sterlinge ----------------to be --------------by him of his portion promised unto
him in marriage that then the sayd three hundred poundes shalbe payde unto
him by my said executor and taken oute of my estate. Item. I doe give unto
Nathaniell Basse a silvor salte of the value of six poundes sterlinge. Item. I
doe give unto Richard Basse and unto Samuell Basse brethren of the sayd
Nathaniell Basse and sonnes of my daughter Marye Basse to each of them ten
poundes sterling. And I doe give unto Humfrey Basse their brother twenty
poundes sterling. Item. I doe give unto my executor hereafter named two hundred
poundes sterlinge for to be by him putte unto at interest for my sonne John
Buschier ---------the rate of eight in the hundrethe per annum (?) And the interest thereof
to be payed to him every half year during his life And if my sayd sonne----------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I will that the
somme two hundred pounds shall belong to his child or children by equall
portions. And if the said John Buschier shall -----------------to------------
---------behynde him then I will that Margarett his wife shall have the
proffitts and interest of the sayd two hundred poundes during her widdowhood
And after her marriage or decease I will that the sayd two hundrede poundes
shalbe equallye divided between Abigaell, Sara and Luke Basse the three youngest
children of my said sonne in law Humfrey Basse. Item. I doe give Jane
Buschier now the wife of Phillipp Tiffield (?) and unto the sayd Phillipp
Tiffield (?) her husband and unto Mrs. Garrett her mother to each of them a ringe of
goule of the value of twenty shillings. Item. I doe give to each of the children
apiece (?). Item. I doe
give unto Mr. Dowell (?) the minister of Bishopp’s Towne aforesaid and unto Jane
his daughter each of them twenty shillings apiece(?). Item. I doe give unto James
Armstronge and unto Elizabeth Armstronge -------- -------------- of my
sayd husband eache of them a ringe of goule of the value of twenty shillings
apiece. Item. I doe give unto Mary Walthall widow of late Luke Walthall
for and to the rest of Abigaell and Sara Basse children of my daughter Marye
and for and to the ---------- of --------and -------------------Hussey children of my daughter
Jane Hussey all and -------------------------the sayd Marye Walthall her executors administrators
or assigns shalbe able to -------------- of that --------------------to me by Humfrey Basse my
sonne in law ----------------for to be divided between them fower (?) equallye And
concerning all the rest of my goodes rights actions and -------------unto me belonging
and appurtayning ----------------- as well ------------any debts and obligations------------
----------to my charymes and bracelets of goule ----------------------silvor plate of all sorts and
-----------and all my movables of all----------------------------------ffeatherbeds tapistrye-----------------------------------------------------------Anndyrons of brass and all sorts of------------
Moveables of wood and copper of cypress wood -----------all my ------------of all sorts --------
-----------------as Holland not omitting any thing of all my sayd moveables. I will
that all the same ----------------------------shalbe praized and valued and the totall of all
being made and ------------------my debts ffunerall expense and legacies being discharged
and payd I will that all the somme rest shalbe divided between Luke Basse, Abigaell
Basse and Sara Basse children of my daughter Marye Basse and between the
children of my daughter Jane Hussey wife of Sampson Hussey by equall and even
portions. And I ---------- my sayd executor to putte unto the sayd children portions to
proffitts -------------and ------------------------for the -------------of the sayd portions
And I will that my sayd executor shall paye and deliver unto eache of the sayd -------------
------------------------------------------tyme as they --------------------shalbe come to the state of marriage
or to the age of twenty one years-----------------together –the benefits or proffitts provided of
the sayd portions And if any of the sayd children shall happen to decease before -------
or ---------------to the state of marriage or to the age of twenty one years --------------
---------I will that the portion or portions of the child or children for ----------shall
--------------------------unto the portion or portions of the sayd children. And if any of
my children or any of the persons ---------------named to whome I have bequeathed
any thing by this my last will and testament will not be content therewith but
will oppose against the same-----------------I will and ordain that
shall so oppose him or her ---------shalbe--------------onto of this my ---------------will & testament
-----------------the somme of three shillings and fower pence. And I do make and ordaine Jeremye
Buschier sonne of my late sonne Constantine Buschier executor of this my last will
and testament putting ------------confidence in him for the performance of the same And I
I doe make and ordaine George(?) Bradley my executor -------------------------------And I doe
make my loving friendes Mr. Thomas Ffranklin and Mr. Humfrey Browne overseers
of this my last will and testament. And I doe give unto eache of them a cuppe of
silver of the value of three poundes sterlinge. And this I ordaine to be my last
will and testament and I doe revoke and annul all former testaments
------------heretofore I have made by words of ------------------in wrighting or ---------------
whereof I the sayd Genevieve Pressey have hereunto putt my hande and seale
the thirde daye of the monthe of Marche and ---------------according to the ---------------------
of the Churche of England one thousand six hundred and nineteen. And in
the ------------------yeare of the raigne of our sovereign Lord James by the grace
of God kinge of England, FFrance and Ireland and defender of the faithe And
of Scotland the three and fiftie Genevieve Pressey------------------------------
Josua (Jesua?) Marinett testis. Signed sealed and delivered by the ------------------
Genevieve Pressey who declared the same to be her last will and testament -------------
of----------------------------------Josua Marinet and of me I will-----------------
notary publique ------------------in London---------------------------------------------

Don Floyd made the following abstract. Notice that some or many of the names appearing in Genevieve's will also appear in Humfrey Basse's will. An abbreviated version of Hump's will follows:
Mary Basse, widow One third of estate
Nathaniell Basse, son One of children sharing a third of estate,
Minus 400 pounds already given. Also 30 lbs extra
Richard Basse, son ` One of children sharing a third of estate
Minus 300 pounds already given. Also 20 lbs extra
Samuell Basse, son One of children sharing a third of estate
Humfrey Basse, son One of children sharing a third of estate
Luke Basse, son One of children sharing a third of estate
Hester Basse, daughter One of children sharing a third of estate
Abigall Basse, daughter One of children sharing a third of estate
Sara Basse, daughter One of children sharing a third of estate
Mary Basse, daughter One of children sharing estate, but only any
amount above 500 pounds realized in
administration of the will, 500 pounds
already given in marriage to Luke Walthall
Also 10 lbs extra
Bridewell Hospital 10 pounds
Poor of the Parish of St. Helens 5 pounds
Poor in the Parish of St. Gabriel Fenchurch 5 pounds
Poor in the Parish of Westham in the County of Essex 4 pounds
Arte or Misterie of the Gyrdlers of London 20 pounds
Mr. Charles Pressy ring of gold worth 50 shillings
Humfrey’s mother in law, Genevieve,
wife of Mr. Charles Pressy ring of gold worth 50 shillings
Mr. Thomas Francklen ring of gold worth 30 shillings
Mrs. Elizabeth, widow ring of gold worth 30 shillings
Abraham Busher ring of gold worth 30 shillings
Wife of Abraham Busher ring of gold worth 30 shillings
John Busher ring of gold worth 30 shillings
Wife of John Busher ring of gold worth 30 shillings
Nathaniell Busher ring of gold worth 30 shillings
Jeremy Busher ring of gold worth 30 shillings
Sampson Hussey, doctor ring of gold worth 30 shillings
Mr. Luke Walthall ring of gold worth 50 shillings
Mr. William Willaston ring of gold worth 50 shillings
Mr. Humfrey Browne ring of gold worth 50 shillings
Richard Bogan ring of gold worth 40 shillings
Anthony Errington ring of gold worth 40 shillings
Mary Bradley, wife of Henry Bradley, felmonger 5 pounds
Mary Sumpter, nurse 40 shillings
James, nurse 20 shillings
Wife Mary and all the children Any money left over after all administrative
expenses are paid – to be divided equally.
Thomas Basse, brother Estate of deceased Thomas Basse has to
pay only 150 lbs to the estate
of Humfrey Basse, some debt forgiven
William Basse, brother Has to pay Humfrey estate only 30 lbs,
some debt forgiven
Robert Basse, brother All debts forgiven
Richard Basse, brother All debts forgiven
Edward Lowman, Thomas Hobson, William Percye, witnesses
Don.2,3 

Family

Dominick Buscher
MARRIAGE*before 1596 She married Dominick Buscher before 1596. 
Children
Last Edited27 Sep 2009

Citations

  1. I found the name Clerke when I did a google search for Mary Carkin. No source given so treat name as hearsay.
  2. [S1] Bass Family, Book, 1961 State Archives of Georgia.
  3. [S588] Unknown volume, Genevieve Will, 1616, MVW file.

John Clerke1

M, #4469
Father*(?) Clerke1
 John Clerke was the son of (?) Clerke.1 
Last Edited11 Jul 2006

Citations

  1. [S1] Bass Family, Book, 1961 State Archives of Georgia.

Col. Joseph Clinch1

M, #3627
Death* Col. Joseph Clinch died at NC.1 

Family

Child
Last Edited11 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S514] "Unknown short article title."

Mary Polly Clinch

F, #3444, b. 1787, d. 14 March 1827
Father*Col. Joseph Clinch1
Birth*1787 Mary Polly Clinch was born in 1787.1 
 She was the daughter of Col. Joseph Clinch.1 
MARRIAGE*circa 1807 She married Dr. Archibald Odom Jr, son of Archibald Odom Sr. and Penelope Harris, circa 1807. 
MARRIAGE*after 1820 She married Murdock McLeod after 1820 at Pulaski County, GA.1 
Death*14 March 1827 She died on 14 March 1827 at GA.1 
Married Name Her married name was McLeod.1 
Married Name Her married name was Odom. 
CENSUS1820*1820 She appeared on the census in 1820 at GA.2 

Family 1

Dr. Archibald Odom Jr b. 17 February 1781, d. 1815
MARRIAGE*circa 1807 She married Dr. Archibald Odom Jr, son of Archibald Odom Sr. and Penelope Harris, circa 1807. 
Children

Family 2

Murdock McLeod d. after 1827
MARRIAGE*after 1820 She married Murdock McLeod after 1820 at GA.1 
Last Edited1 Sep 2010

Citations

  1. [S514] "Unknown short article title."
  2. [S49] 1820 Census;, She is shown as head of household.

Clyde Ross Cloar

M, #2792
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

William Coale

M, #965
MARRIAGE* William Coale married Elizabeth Thomas, daughter of Philip Thomas Sr and Sarah Harrison

Family

Elizabeth Thomas d. 1726
Last Edited3 May 1999

Holden Cochran

M, #100

Family

Seaford (?)
Child
Last Edited3 May 1999

Jacobo Cochran

M, #721
MARRIAGE* Jacobo Cochran married Catharina McCauley

Family

Catharina McCauley
Last Edited21 Aug 2003

Will F. Cochran

M, #86, b. 3 April 1862, d. 16 February 1931
Father*Holden Cochran
Mother*Seaford (?)
Birth*3 April 1862 Will F. Cochran was born on 3 April 1862 at KY. 
 He was the son of Holden Cochran and Seaford (?) 
MARRIAGE*circa 1886 He married Adeline M. Hollmeyer, daughter of Louis Bernard Hollmeyer and Catherine A. Huber, circa 1886. 
Death*16 February 1931 He died on 16 February 1931 at Pneumonia and Heart Failure; 3828 Reading Rd., Cinn, OH, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH, at age 68 AT the time of death he was living with his in-laws at 3828 Reading Rd. in Cinn, OH. He is buried at Spring Grove Cemetery in Cinn., Ohio Sec.113 Lot 6.1 
ILLNESS* He was ill with heart disorder/stroke; Died of heart failure and pneumonia. 

Family

Adeline M. Hollmeyer b. 29 August 1866, d. 19 January 1946
Last Edited18 Nov 1996

Citations

  1. [S8] Family information.

Agnes Coffin

F, #358
MARRIAGE2*1634 Agnes Coffin was married for the second time in 1634 at England.1 
Married Name1634  As of 1634,her married name was Hull. 
Immigration*1635 She and Rev. Joseph Hull immigrated in 1635 to Bay colony, Somershire, England, He came with his wife and seven children to the "Bay Colony." 

Family

Rev. Joseph Hull b. 1594, d. 19 November 1665
Child
Last Edited26 Sep 2001

Citations

  1. [S495] Laura Woodrough Steneck, "Hull Family", Note from LWG when asked about source:
    From what I've gleened so far, the information on Samuel Hull/Mary Manning
    on down I got from several sources; Joe Kearney's "Colonial Kinsmen";
    Laverne Piatt and the PIATT FAMILY NEWSLETTER; and Ruth Schooley.
    Ancestors of Samuel Hull I got from 2 sources:
    "Ancestors of William Henry Arbour" a FTM file on the internet, printed in
    Apr. 1999
    and Ruth Schooley via an e-mail.

Sarah Cole

F, #881
MARRIAGE*1740 Sarah Cole married Joseph Richardson, son of Joseph Richardson and Sarah Thomas, in 1740. 
Married Name1740  As of 1740,her married name was Richardson. 

Family

Joseph Richardson b. 19 July 1708, d. 26 July 1765
Last Edited3 May 1999

Thomas Cole

M, #882, b. 1 March 1705
Birth*1 March 1705 Thomas Cole was born on 1 March 1705. 
MARRIAGE*1730 He married Mary Richardson, daughter of Joseph Richardson and Sarah Thomas, in 1730. 

Family

Mary Richardson b. 13 September 1710, d. 18 February 1743
Last Edited12 Jan 1999

Myrtle Ethal Coleman1

F, #3917, b. 11 March 1909
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
MARRIAGE* Myrtle Ethal Coleman married Dorris Carroll Floyd, son of Jesse T Floyd and Mae Bell.1 
Birth*11 March 1909 She was born on 11 March 1909.1 
Married Name Her married name was Floyd.1 

Family

Dorris Carroll Floyd b. 31 January 1908
Child
Last Edited2 Mar 2004

Citations

  1. [S549] Tammy Floyd Moore, "Tammy," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, Feb 2004.

Christopher J. Collins

M, #141, b. 21 February 1781, d. November 1823
ChartsWilliam Landrum
Birth*21 February 1781 Christopher J. Collins was born on 21 February 1781.1 
MARRIAGE*21 April 1806 He married Elizabeth Washington Lendrum, daughter of Thomas Keith Lendrum II and Margaret Stoake Buckner, on 21 April 1806 at Westmoreland County, VA, Marriage date from "Westmoreland Co., VA" by Crozier. Note says" Thomas lendrum, her father gives consent." 
Death*November 1823 He died in November 1823 at age 42.1 

Family

Elizabeth Washington Lendrum b. circa 1787
Last Edited2 May 2001

Citations

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

Dwayne Lee Collins

M, #2115, b. 9 May 1964
Birth*9 May 1964 Dwayne Lee Collins was born on 9 May 1964. 
Last Edited1 Jul 1998

John Collins1

M, #3979
MARRIAGE* John Collins married Sarah Chapman.1 

Family

Sarah Chapman
Child
Last Edited11 May 2004

Citations

  1. [S554] Melanie McNeil, "McNeil Family," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, May 2004.

Ruth Collins1

F, #5153, b. 12 November 1765, d. 4 March 1847
Birth*12 November 1765 Ruth Collins was born on 12 November 1765.1 
MARRIAGE*circa 1785 She married Albrittan Drake, son of James Drake, circa 1785.1 
Death*4 March 1847 She died on 4 March 1847 at age 81.1 

Family

Albrittan Drake b. circa 1760, d. 14 November 1835
Last Edited11 Aug 2008

Citations

  1. [S592] C.G. Jo White Linn, Drake - Arrington.

Sylvia R. Collins

F, #971, b. circa 1832, d. 1 April 1904
Father*John Collins1
Mother*Sarah Chapman
Birth*circa 1832 Sylvia R. Collins was born circa 1832 at Ohio, OH. 
 She was the daughter of John Collins and Sarah Chapman.1 
MARRIAGE*21 February 1850 She married John Albert McNeil, son of James McNeil and Nancy Belknap, on 21 February 1850 at Elkhorn, Walworth, WI. 
Death*1 April 1904 She died on 1 April 1904 at Council Bluffs, IA. 
Burial*4 April 1904 She was buried on 4 April 1904 at Graceland Cemetery, Creston, Union, IA.1 
Married Name21 February 1850  As of 21 February 1850,her married name was McNeil. 

Family

John Albert McNeil b. 24 August 1824, d. 2 July 1885
Children
Last Edited11 May 2004

Citations

  1. [S554] Melanie McNeil, "McNeil Family," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, May 2004.

(?) Collum

M, #4316
ChartsJOHN GRAHAM

Family

Child
Last Edited16 Feb 2006

Mourning Collum

F, #2349, b. 1783, d. 5 September 1867
Father*(?) Collum
ChartsJOHN GRAHAM
Birth*1783 Mourning Collum was born in 1783 at North Carolina, NC.1 
 She was the daughter of (?) Collum
MARRIAGE*23 August 1801 She married Marmaduke Hart, son of Harty Hart, on 23 August 1801 at Edgefield District, SC.2 
Death*5 September 1867 She died on 5 September 1867. 
Married Name23 August 1801  As of 23 August 1801,her married name was Hart. 
PENSION*1857  In 1857 "Mourning Collum Hart applied for a war veteran's land grant in 1857 in Pulaski County, Georgia. In the grant papers she states that she is 74 years of age, a widow, and that she married Marmaduke Hart in August 1801 in Edgefield District, SC. She also states that Marmaduke died September 23, 1851 in Twiggs County, Georgia and that he was drafted for 3 months service, served 6 weeks, due to illness, and that her brother Henry Collum took Marmaduke's place and served out his time. Marmaduke served in Benjamin Frazier's Company of the SC militia during the war of 1812." Mourning was born about 1783.2 
CENSUS1860*1860  In 1860 She is shown living alone with a personal worth of $12,150. Not bad for just before the war. Her name is spelled Marning Harti on the census.3 

Family

Marmaduke Hart b. 1780, d. 23 September 1852
MARRIAGE*23 August 1801 She married Marmaduke Hart, son of Harty Hart, on 23 August 1801 at SC.2 
Children
Last Edited22 Mar 2006

Citations

  1. [S519] Bess Vaughn Clark,, Twiggs Abstracts.
  2. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.
  3. [S54] 1860 Census;.
  4. [S580] Mary McIntyre, "Mary McIntyre," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, March 2006.

Elizabeth Combs

F, #1019, d. 1804
ChartsDe Calmes
MARRIAGE* Elizabeth Combs married Marquis Calmes III, son of Marquis Calmes II and Winnifred Waller
Death*1804 She died in 1804. 
Note* She No children from this couple. 
Married Name Her married name was Calmes. 

Family

Marquis Calmes III b. 1726, d. March 1794
Child
Last Edited12 Jun 2007

Citations

  1. [S593] G. Glenn Clift, Kentucky Obituaries.

Sybil of Conversano

F, #2691
MARRIAGE* Sybil of Conversano married Robert III Curthose Duke of_Normandy, son of William I The Conqueror and Matilda of Flanders
Married Name Her married name was Curthose. 

Family

Robert III Curthose Duke of_Normandy b. circa 1054, d. circa 1134
Child
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Alcy Ann [Sannie] Coody

F, #1542, b. 1871
Father*James H. Coody b. 22 Jan 1834, d. 10 Jan 1911
Mother*Sena Martin b. 9 Feb 1837, d. 26 Jul 1875
Birth*1871 Alcy Ann [Sannie] Coody was born in 1871 at Pulaski County, GA. 
 She was the daughter of James H. Coody and Sena Martin
MARRIAGE20 December 1888 She married James Thomas Berryhill on 20 December 1888 at GA.1 
Burial*1934 She was buried in 1934 at Coody Cemetery, Bleckley County, GA.2 
Death1934 She died in 1934 at Bleckley County, GA. 
Name Variation  Alcy Ann [Sannie] Coody was also known as Aley Ann Coody. 
Married Name20 December 1888  As of 20 December 1888,her married name was Berryhill. 

Family

James Thomas Berryhill b. 1866
MARRIAGE20 December 1888 She married James Thomas Berryhill on 20 December 1888 at GA.1 
Children
Last Edited29 Jul 2002

Citations

  1. [S2] Harris, History of Pulaski County.
  2. [S502] June Adams, Betsy Smith Robin Mullis, Bleckley County, Georgia Cemeteries.
  3. [S59] 1900 Census;.

Benjamin Coody

M, #3405, b. 1868
Father*James H. Coody b. 22 Jan 1834, d. 10 Jan 1911
Mother*Sena Martin b. 9 Feb 1837, d. 26 Jul 1875
Birth*1868 Benjamin Coody was born in 1868 at Pulaski County, GA. 
 He was the son of James H. Coody and Sena Martin
Last Edited1 Jul 2002

Elseann Coody

F, #3407, b. 1872
Father*James H. Coody b. 22 Jan 1834, d. 10 Jan 1911
Mother*Sena Martin b. 9 Feb 1837, d. 26 Jul 1875
Birth*1872 Elseann Coody was born in 1872 at Pulaski County, GA. 
 She was the daughter of James H. Coody and Sena Martin
Last Edited1 Jul 2002

Emma Coody

F, #3409, b. 21 May 1875, d. 28 December 1946
Father*James H. Coody b. 22 Jan 1834, d. 10 Jan 1911
Mother*Sena Martin b. 9 Feb 1837, d. 26 Jul 1875
Birth*21 May 1875 Emma Coody was born on 21 May 1875 at Pulaski County, GA. 
 She was the daughter of James H. Coody and Sena Martin
MARRIAGE*28 October 1894 She married Samuel Berryhill Jr., son of Samuel Berryhill Sr. and Laura Antionette Sauls, on 28 October 1894 at Pulaski County, GA..1 
MARRIAGE*after 1903  After 1903 Note that the church took exception to the last two mirages of
> > James, for some reason and kicked James out the church. I can only
> > surmise that James was guilty of some serious transgression, bigamy,
> > adultery.2 
Burial*1946 She was buried in 1946 at Coody Cemetery, Bleckley County, GA.3 
Death*28 December 1946 She died on 28 December 1946 at GA at age 71.3 
Married Name Her married name was Berryhill. 
Married Nameafter 1903  As of after 1903,her married name was Anderson. 

Family 1

Samuel Berryhill Jr. b. 16 October 1873, d. 27 June 1903
MARRIAGE*28 October 1894 She married Samuel Berryhill Jr., son of Samuel Berryhill Sr. and Laura Antionette Sauls, on 28 October 1894 at GA.1 
Child

Family 2

James Anderson
MARRIAGE*after 1903  After 1903 Note that the church took exception to the last two mirages of
> > James, for some reason and kicked James out the church. I can only
> > surmise that James was guilty of some serious transgression, bigamy,
> > adultery.2 
Child
Last Edited22 Mar 2006

Citations

  1. [S2] Harris, History of Pulaski County.
  2. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.
  3. [S502] June Adams, Betsy Smith Robin Mullis, Bleckley County, Georgia Cemeteries.
  4. [S580] Mary McIntyre, "Mary McIntyre," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, March 2006.

George Coody

M, #3404, b. 9 July 1866, d. 15 September 1902
Father*James H. Coody b. 22 Jan 1834, d. 10 Jan 1911
Mother*Sena Martin b. 9 Feb 1837, d. 26 Jul 1875
Birth*9 July 1866 George Coody was born on 9 July 1866 at Bleckley County, GA.1 
 He was the son of James H. Coody and Sena Martin
Burial*1902 He was buried in 1902 at Coody Cemetery, Bleckley County, GA.1 
Death*15 September 1902 He died on 15 September 1902 at GA at age 36.1 

Family

Child
Last Edited29 Jul 2002

Citations

  1. [S502] June Adams, Betsy Smith Robin Mullis, Bleckley County, Georgia Cemeteries.

James Coody1

M, #3454, b. before 1874
Father*George Coody b. 9 Jul 1866, d. 15 Sep 1902
Birth*before 1874 James Coody was born before 1874. 
 He was the son of George Coody
Last Edited2 Aug 2002

Citations

  1. Mentioned in his grandfather's will in which he receives small amount of land and some cattle.

James H. Coody

M, #3399, b. 22 January 1834, d. 10 January 1911
MARRIAGE* James H. Coody married Sena Martin, daughter of George Martin and Elcy (Alesa) Haskins
Birth*22 January 1834 He was born on 22 January 1834 at GA. 
Burial*1911 He was buried in 1911 at Coody Cemetery, Bleckley County, GA.1 
Death*10 January 1911 He died on 10 January 1911 at Pulaski County, GA., at age 76.1 
Name Variation  James H. Coody was also known as James H Coody. 
CENSUS1880*1880  His household had James Martin age 18 listed as step son.2 
Note*2003 He Note from Betsy Berryhill Mullis I do have the information that you needed regarding the Coody connection. Joe and Morgan's Mother was Nancy Elizabeth Coody and she was the sister of my great grandmother Sannie Coody Berryhill. Nancy Coody was the oldest of twelve children. She was married to John J. Floyd. There is a very good book entitled the History of the Coody Family with descendants of Archibald and Elizabeth Wallace Coody that was written by Corinne Coody Bolin. in 2003. 

Family 1

Child

Family 2

Sena Martin b. 9 February 1837, d. 26 July 1875
MARRIAGE* He married Sena Martin, daughter of George Martin and Elcy (Alesa) Haskins
Children
Last Edited19 Sep 2007

Citations

  1. [S502] June Adams, Betsy Smith Robin Mullis, Bleckley County, Georgia Cemeteries.
  2. [S56] 1880 Census;.

James H. Coody

M, #3402, b. 1860, d. 9 February 1939
Father*James H. Coody b. 22 Jan 1834, d. 10 Jan 1911
Mother*Sena Martin b. 9 Feb 1837, d. 26 Jul 1875
Birth*1860 James H. Coody was born in 1860 at GA. 
 He was the son of James H. Coody and Sena Martin
MARRIAGE*26 January 1882 He married Mary J Evers on 26 January 1882 at Pulaski County, GA. 
Burial*1939  Marker says died at age 79 in 1939.1 
Death*9 February 1939 He died on 9 February 1939 at Bleckley County, GA. 

Family

Mary J Evers
Last Edited2 Aug 2002

Citations

  1. [S502] June Adams, Betsy Smith Robin Mullis, Bleckley County, Georgia Cemeteries.