John Charles Glass

M, #143, b. 24 November 1963, d. 8 December 1963
Father*Charles Craig Glass b. 5 Oct 1937, d. 26 Aug 1994
Mother*Laura Jane Woodrough b. 14 Jun 1939, d. 15 May 2007
ChartsWilliam Landrum
De Calmes
PETER LANDRUM
SIMON RUFFNER
BLAKELY
JOSEPH WOODROUGH
Birth*24 November 1963 John Charles Glass was born on 24 November 1963 at Covington, Kenton County, KY. 
 He was the son of Charles Craig Glass and Laura Jane Woodrough
Death*8 December 1963 He died on 8 December 1963 at Covington, KY. 
Last Edited24 Sep 2001

Robert of Gloucester

M, #2703, d. 1147
Father*Henry The First b. 1068, d. 1135
Mother*Edith (Matilda) (?) b. 1079, d. 1118
BirthIlleg* Robert of Gloucester was born illegitimate. 
 He was the son of Henry The First and Edith (Matilda) (?) 
Death*1147 He died in 1147. 
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

James Godel

M, #394
MARRIAGE* James Godel married Anna Brinson, daughter of Daniel Brinson and Frances Greenland

Family

Anna Brinson b. 1695
Last Edited5 Jun 1998

Jane Godfrey

F, #959
Father*Thomas Godfrey
 Jane Godfrey was the daughter of Thomas Godfrey
MARRIAGE* She married Edmund Harrison
Biography*  Source says Jane is daugter of Thomas Godfrey and grandaughter of Christopher Harrison married to Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Cooke of Wakefield. 
Married Name Her married name was Harrison. 

Family

Edmund Harrison
Child
Last Edited4 Feb 1999

Thomas Godfrey

M, #960

Family

Child
Last Edited3 May 1999

Elizabeth Godwin

F, #4529, b. 1678, d. before 1729
Father*William Godwin1
Birth*1678 Elizabeth Godwin was born in 1678 at Isle of Wight County, VA.2 
 She was the daughter of William Godwin.1,2 
MARRIAGE*circa 1700 She married William Bridgers, son of Joseph Bridger II and Elizabeth Norsworthy, circa 1700. 
Death*before 1729 She died before 1729 at Bertie, NC. 
Married Namecirca 1700  As of circa 1700,her married name was Bridgers. 

Family

William Bridgers b. 1678, d. 1730
Children
Last Edited22 Sep 2006

Citations

  1. [S589] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  2. [S477] John Bennett Boddie, 17th Century Isle of Wight.

William Godwin1

M, #4530

Family

Child
Last Edited22 Sep 2006

Citations

  1. [S589] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Elizabeth Gold

F, #484, b. 1784, d. 1833
Father*Oliver Gold d. 21 Mar 1787
Mother*Margaret or Martha LeBlanc
Birth*1784 Elizabeth Gold was born in 1784.1 
 She was the daughter of Oliver Gold and Margaret or Martha LeBlanc
MARRIAGE*30 March 1801 She married Joseph Davis on 30 March 1801. 
MARRIAGE*23 January 1806 She married Thomas C. Jenkins on 23 January 1806. 
Death*1833 She died in 1833.1 
Married Name30 March 1801  As of 30 March 1801,her married name was Davis. 
Married Name23 January 1806  As of 23 January 1806,her married name was Jenkins. 

Family 1

Joseph Davis
MARRIAGE*30 March 1801 She married Joseph Davis on 30 March 1801. 

Family 2

Thomas C. Jenkins
MARRIAGE*23 January 1806 She married Thomas C. Jenkins on 23 January 1806. 
Last Edited7 Jan 2006

Citations

  1. [S573] Tom Thompson, "Tom Thompson," e-mail to MVW, 12-2005.

Joseph Gold1

M, #4262, b. 1783, d. 1848
Father*Oliver Gold1 d. 21 Mar 1787
Mother*Margaret or Martha LeBlanc1
Birth*1783 Joseph Gold was born in 1783.1 
 He was the son of Oliver Gold and Margaret or Martha LeBlanc.1 
Death*1848 He died in 1848.1 
Occupation* He was at Sea Captain.1,2 
Last Edited9 Jan 2012

Citations

  1. [S573] Tom Thompson, "Tom Thompson," e-mail to MVW, 12-2005.
  2. [S615] Vic Jeter, "Vic Jeter Information," e-mail to MVW.

Margaret Hermange Gold

F, #286, b. 1770, d. 1850
Father*Oliver Gold d. 21 Mar 1787
Mother*Margaret or Martha LeBlanc
Birth*1770 Margaret Hermange Gold was born in 1770 at Baltimore, MD.1 
 She was the daughter of Oliver Gold and Margaret or Martha LeBlanc
MARRIAGE*18 July 1794 She married Francis Alexandre de Valcourt, son of Sieur Jean Baptiste Bernard de Valcourt and Catherine Marguerite Francfort, on 18 July 1794 at St. Peter's Church, Baltimore, MD.
Burial*1850 She was buried in 1850 at Piatt Castle Cemetery, Logan, OH, Her daughter became the third wife of Jacob Wycoff Piatt in 1837. The fact that mother is buried at the Piatt Cemetery indicates to me that mother and daughter both moved to the Cincinnati area probably after Francis Alexandeer died in 1833 and likely mother was living with daughter and husband when she died.2 
Death*1850 She died in 1850 at Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH, Greetings Margo: Your Margaret Hermange Gold, 1770-1850 born in Baltimore, Maryland. Father Oliver Gold & Martha Leblanc Oliver Gold married Martha White (LeBlanc), daughter of Oliver LeBlanc and Marguerite Blanche LeBlanc, with children Elizabeth (1784-1833), Margaret Hermange (1770-1850), Samuel, Sophia (b. 1786), Paul (1771-1839), and Joseph (1783-1848). Samuel, Paul and Joseph were sea captains.1 
Married Name18 July 1794  As of 18 July 1794,her married name was de Valcourt. 

Family

Francis Alexandre de Valcourt b. 2 July 1760, d. 8 September 1833
Children
Last Edited7 Jan 2012

Citations

  1. [S573] Tom Thompson, "Tom Thompson," e-mail to MVW, 12-2005.
  2. [S565] M.D Richard D. Mudd, Mudd Family.

Martha Gold1

F, #5314, b. circa 1760
Birth*circa 1760 Martha Gold was born circa 1760.1 
Married Name23 October 1778  As of 23 October 1778,her married name was Goulding.1 
Last Edited9 Jan 2012

Citations

  1. [S615] Vic Jeter, "Vic Jeter Information," e-mail to MVW.

Oliver Gold1,2

M, #468, d. 21 March 1787
MARRIAGE*before 1770 Oliver Gold married Margaret or Martha LeBlanc, daughter of Oliver LeBlanc and Marguerite Blanche (?), before 1770.2 
Death*21 March 1787 He died on 21 March 1787 at Baltimore, MD.2 
Biography*  The Gold family owned just about all of South Charles St., Baltimore, Md. In 1811 Gold was dead and his son in law was living in his home.

http://books.google.com/ebooks/reader?id=-9kBAAAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover&output=reader&pg=GBS.PA217.
Will*10 March 1787 He left a will on 10 March 1787 at Baltimore, MD, He wrote his will which was proved on April 16 1787. He named his children: Margaret, Paul, Samuel, Elizabeth, Joseph and Sophia; his siblings: Peter, Paul, Margaret and his executors: wife Martha, Cyprian Wells and Oliver White. Oliver owned schooner "Ardent" and half-share in the schooner, "Peggy".2 

Family

Margaret or Martha LeBlanc
Children
Last Edited9 Jan 2012

Citations

  1. Tom Thompson says the original name of the family was Doiron. There is a famous cajun with the same last name.
  2. [S573] Tom Thompson, "Tom Thompson," e-mail to MVW, 12-2005.

Paul Gold1

M, #4261, b. 1771, d. 1839
Father*Oliver Gold1 d. 21 Mar 1787
Mother*Margaret or Martha LeBlanc1
Birth*1771 Paul Gold was born in 1771.1 
 He was the son of Oliver Gold and Margaret or Martha LeBlanc.1 
Death*1839 He died in 1839.1 
Occupation* He was at Sea Captain.1 
Last Edited9 Jan 2012

Citations

  1. [S573] Tom Thompson, "Tom Thompson," e-mail to MVW, 12-2005.

Paul Gold1

M, #5312, b. March 1765, d. 29 July 1839
MARRIAGE* Paul Gold married Sarah (?)1 
Birth*March 1765 He was born in March 1765 at PA.1 
Death*29 July 1839 He died on 29 July 1839 at Baltimore, MD, at age 74. 
Living*1773 He was living in 1773 at Baltimore, MD. 

Family

Sarah (?) b. 1770, d. 1840
Last Edited9 Jan 2012

Citations

  1. [S615] Vic Jeter, "Vic Jeter Information," e-mail to MVW.

Peter Gold1

M, #5311, b. 1764, d. 10 July 1848
Birth*1764 Peter Gold was born in 1764.1 
Death*10 July 1848 He died on 10 July 1848 at Baltimore, MD.1 
Last Edited9 Jan 2012

Citations

  1. [S615] Vic Jeter, "Vic Jeter Information," e-mail to MVW.

Samuel Gold1

M, #4259, b. circa 1780
Father*Oliver Gold1 d. 21 Mar 1787
Mother*Margaret or Martha LeBlanc1
Birth*circa 1780 Samuel Gold was born circa 1780. 
 He was the son of Oliver Gold and Margaret or Martha LeBlanc.1 
Occupation* He was at Sea Captain.1 
Last Edited8 Jan 2006

Citations

  1. [S573] Tom Thompson, "Tom Thompson," e-mail to MVW, 12-2005.

Sophia Gold1

F, #4260, b. 1786
Father*Oliver Gold1 d. 21 Mar 1787
Mother*Margaret or Martha LeBlanc1
Birth*1786 Sophia Gold was born in 1786.1 
 She was the daughter of Oliver Gold and Margaret or Martha LeBlanc.1 
Married Name22 January 1807  As of 22 January 1807,her married name was Gray.2 
Last Edited9 Jan 2012

Citations

  1. [S573] Tom Thompson, "Tom Thompson," e-mail to MVW, 12-2005.
  2. [S615] Vic Jeter, "Vic Jeter Information," e-mail to MVW.

Edward Goodson

M, #1079
MARRIAGE* Edward Goodson married Mary (?) 

Family

Mary (?)
Last Edited9 Mar 2004

Edward Goodson1

M, #3996, d. 3 December 1722
MARRIAGE* Edward Goodson married Mary Phillips, daughter of Thomas Phillips
Death*3 December 1722 He died on 3 December 1722 at Isle of Wight County, VA.1 
LANDCONTRA*4 December 1694  On 4 December 1694 Edward Goodson witnessed land transfer. 
LANDCONTRA8 June 1698  On 8 June 1698 Edward Goodson shown as living on the lower bay creek near Col Arthur Smith.2 
ADMINISTRA*25 March 1723 He was account administrator on 25 March 1723 at VA Isle of Wight Wills on p.89 indicates that Joane Floyd (his daughter) signed the appraisal.1 

Family 1

Mary Phillips
Child

Family 2

Children
Last Edited1 Aug 2008

Citations

  1. [S476] Blanche Adams Chapman, Isle of Wight Wills.
  2. [S551] William Lindsay Hopkins, Isle of Wight, p. 54.

Edward Goodson Jr.

M, #2965, b. circa 1683, d. after 1725
Father*Edward Goodson1 d. 3 Dec 1722
MARRIAGE* Edward Goodson Jr. married Mary Summerville, daughter of John Summerville
Birth*circa 1683  Circa 1683 Name given MVW in 1977 letter from Don Floyd.
Birth year guessed because he was an adult in 1698 listed as tenured on land in Isle of Wight County.2 
 He was the son of Edward Goodson.1 
Death*after 1725 He died after 1725. 
DEED*8 June 1698  On 8 June 1698 He was tenured with 380 acres of a patent granted April 23 1681 on the Lower Bay Creek.3 
Note*1708  In 1708 Edward, Jr. bought land and Thomas Goodson witnessed the purchase along with Thomas Floyd.2 
LANDCONTRA21 October 1717  On 21 October 1717 Edward Goodson, Yeoman of Isle of Wight and wife Mary sold to Thomas Crawford Cordwainer, of Nansemond county 375 acres in the lower parish of Isle of Wight on the south side of Blackwater at "Flagg Runn."4 
LANDCONTRA*15 July 1725  On 15 July 1725 Edward Goodson and wife Mary of Bertie N.C sold to Nicholas Williams of Isle of Wight 70 acres on Nottoway Swamp.5 

Family

Mary Summerville d. after 1765
MARRIAGE* He married Mary Summerville, daughter of John Summerville
Last Edited2 Aug 2006

Citations

  1. [S476] Blanche Adams Chapman, Isle of Wight Wills.
  2. [S551] William Lindsay Hopkins, Isle of Wight, p. 93.
  3. [S551] William Lindsay Hopkins, Isle of Wight, p.54
    Deed book I p. 254.
  4. [S551] William Lindsay Hopkins, Isle of Wight, p 118.
  5. [S551] William Lindsay Hopkins, Isle of Wight, p. 151.

Joanna Goodson

F, #1072, b. 1670, d. 1736
Father*Edward Goodson d. 3 Dec 1722
Mother*Mary Phillips
Birth*1670 Joanna Goodson was born in 1670 at Isle of Wight County, VA, For a period of time I guessed at this birthdate based on the following thoughts: Joanna was called Floid in her father's will so her marriage to Matthew Lowry must have happened after that date. She bore two sons, Matthew and James Lowry to her second husband and that would limit her age to mid thirties at time the Lowry boys born. I subtracted 30 something from 1724 and came up with the estimated birth date. However, while entering the data for the land purchase in 1711by Thomas and Francis it dawned on me that its possible the Lowry children were step children. This allows me to push her birth date back. Don Floyd also thinks her birthdate is about 1675. 
 She was the daughter of Edward Goodson and Mary Phillips
MARRIAGE*circa 1690 She married Thomas Floyd circa 1690 Note from MVW in 4-04: It appears that Matthew Lowry her second husband) knew and/or was a friend of Joanna's first husband, Floyd. Therefore, I suspect her first husband was named Thomas since Matthew and Thomas owned adjoining property. Also, Thomas Floyd witnessed a 1711 land sale in Isle of Wight where Thomas Pitt sold land to Matthew Lowry. Thomas Pitt was the father of aHester Pitt who married into the Bridger family. The Goodsons and Bridger family were neighbors. On the other hand Don Floyd has this opinion:The Francis Floyd who was witness to the sale of land on June 8, 1698, by Richard Reynolds Sr. to Richard Reynolds Jr., is a candidate for being the first husband of Joanna Goodson. The deed noted that the land was in occupation of Edward Goodson, William West, John Tyler and Richard Reynolds. Edward Goodson, of course, was the father of Joanna Goodson. This Francis Floyd may have died about 1720.1 
MARRIAGE*after 1724 This date seems likely since his two sons did not appear to be minors when their mother died in 1736; She is called Joan Floid in her father's will dated 1722.2 
Death*1736 She died in 1736 at VA She had four children by her first marriage to a Floid: Francis, Thomas, George, and Joseph Floid. Her executor was George Floid so he likely was the eldest. She is called Floid in her father's will dated 1724 meaning that her second marriage to Matthew Lowry took place after that date. She must have been rather young as she bore two more children following her second marriage or the two Lowry children were step sons which I believe is more likely. 
Married Namecirca 1690  As of circa 1690,her married name was Floyd. 
Married Nameafter 1724  As of after 1724,her married name was Lowry. 
Will*30 March 1736 She left a will on 30 March 1736 at VA She is called "widow of the lower parish" and lists sons James and Matthew Lowry. Also, mentions Francis, Thomas, George and Joseph Floid with executor being George (oldest?)3 
Note*2003  In 2003 This lengthy note from Don Floyd whom I have high regard for offers some insight.
To Tom Alexander:
I have read your April 2, 1999, posting with much interest. I think I can add some information while asking you for a clarification on some of your points. You noted that you found a Francis Floyd in Edgecombe County, N.C., and that you believe him to be descended from Francis Floyd of Isle of Wight. So do I. I do know that the Edgecombe Francis Floyd was the son of Joane (Joanne, Joan, Joanna) Goodson Floyd Lowery (Lowry), he along with four brothers: , Joseph, George and Thomas. This we know from her will of March 30, 1736. About four years later, on Nov. 14, 1741, Thomas Floyd (still living is Isle of Wight) sold his property in Isle of Wight totaling 150 acres, possibly his inheritance, to Joseph Atkinson for 20 pounds. The property was located at, around or near Cypress Swamp and Beaver Dam Branch.

The next month, on Dec. 12, 1741, Thomas Floyd appeared as a witness to a Edgecombe deed in which Thomas West and wife Sarah sold 300 acres on the southside of Swift Creek to Capt. William Kinchin (Kinchen) of Northampton County, N.C. In 1756, Thomas Floyd bought that same 300 acres (apparently) from William Kinchen (Kinchin) along with 100 other acres on the northside of Swift Creek. I have not been able to find a deed for Thomas Floyd in Edgecombe until 1747, and then he was selling property, not buying it, to George Bell (in 2006 I do not know who this George Bell is, but the Bells were significant in the family and the area - MVW) of Edgecombe, 200 acres on the northside of Swift Creek, part of a patent to John Spier. On Feb. 20, 1754, John Speir sold 200 acres adjoining Thomas West on the southside of Swift Creek to Matthew Lowery, the apparent half brother of Thomas Floyd, both of whom seemed to like to live in the same vicinity.

(This has to be a different Thomas than discussed above) Thomas Floyd and wife Ann continued buying and selling land until about 1790 after which Thomas died (between 1790 and 1795). Ann wrote her will in 1795, noting that husband Thomas was deceased. I have not found a will for Thomas. Now, let’s go back to Isle of Wight County, Va. Francis Floyd, most probable brother of Thomas Floyd, on Dec. 8, 1755, sold Joseph Atkinson (the same Joseph Atkinson who bought land from Thomas Floyd) 150 acres at, around or near Cypress Swamp and Beaver Dam Branch (the same area where Thomas Floyd’s land was).
Then Francis moved to Edgecombe County near brother Thomas. Why Francis waited almost 15 years to join brother Thomas is unknown. Francis Floyd didn’t have a lot of time to leave a real estate trail in Edgecombe County since he died in 1761 but at some point he bought from William Kinchen 288 acres on the northside of Swift Creek (the same area where Thomas Floyd lived). Francis willed 140 acres of this same land, including the manor plantation, to his son Palaman (Parraman, Parham) who in 1772 sold it to Thomas Floyd, his uncle. The rest of Francis’s property apparently went to his other children: Cyrus, Delilah, Benjamin, Sadisha and Elizabeth.

Note Benjamin. His name appears in the 1790 federal census for Nash County, N.C., he along with Thomas Floyd and Pinnuel Floyd, the latter of whom is connected in some way to this line, perhaps a son of Thomas. Other sons of Thomas Floyd were Shadrick, Amos and Fedrick, all of whom got nothing when Ann Floyd died. She gave it all to daughter Ann Jackson, wife of Josiah Jackson. Actually, granddaughtger Mahala Jackson got a featherbed.

I am descended from Thomas Floyd through his son Fedrick, who ended up in Georgia, living in Pulaski County (in an area that is now Bleckley County). According to your information, I also am descended from Francis Floyd, who you say was the husband of Joanne (Joane, Joanna, Joan) Goodson Floyd, later to become the wife of Matthew Lowery. Do you have proof or evidence that Francis was the husband of Joanne? Also do you have proof or evidence that Francis was the son of Nathaniel Floyd, the early immigrant (1637)? Sorry, I can help you very little on your Francis Floyd of Rowan County, N.C. He is not mentioned in Francis Floyd’s will in 1761 as an heir. And he could not have been the son of Francis Floyd and Joanne Floyd, since they already had a Francis, namely the one who died in 1761. The only thing I have on your Francis is that he was listed in the 1790 census in Rowan County. He had in the household one male under the age of 16 and six females, “including head,” which I take to be the wife. The 1790 census in Rowan also shows a John Floyd with two females, “including head.” Your note on the Bodie references is interesting. It suggests that Francis, John, Joseph, George and Thomas made up the generation succeeding Nathaniel Floyd. Actually, they would succeed the Francis Floyd who was married to Joanne. I do not know what happened to John, Joseph and George. However, a John Floyd shows up in the Edgecombe will of George Portis in 1775, listed as John Floyd alias Portis, the executor of the estate.
Don’t know what to make of this. Does it mean that George Portis adopted John Floyd? Or was he perhaps an illegitimate child who initially was given his mother’s name and then took his father’s name for inheritance purposes? I don’t know what the law was concerning these matters. George Portis specifically called him his son in the will. He is thereafter referred to simply as John Portis. Benjamin Floyd is listed as a witness to the will of George Portis, and Benjamin was a son of Francis and Elizabeth Floyd. In any event, the year 1775 may be too late for the John who was the son of Francis and Joanne Floyd. Donald Floyd Note - This is all very convoluted and should only be used for further research -MVW 2006. 
Note2004  In 2004 at VA I have been through Isle of Wight County Virginia Deeds, Court Orders and guardian bonds and am coming to the conclusion that the original settler was Nathaniel Floyd and that Nathaniel had four sons (not sure how I concluded there were four sons) one of whom married Joanna Goodson and together they had three sons named Joseph, Thomas and Francis.
Francis #1 son of Nathaniel (born 1668 or earlier) witnessed land sale in 1698 & 1704. In 1705 the land described as:"where Francis lived" was sold and in 1710 he witnessed a marriage contract and in 1711 he and his brother Thomas #1 witnessed together. Francis #1 must have been born about 1670 in order to be old enough to witness in 1698. That makes him too old to be the son of Joanna Goodson. Likewise for Thomas #1 (I estimate that Thomas was vorn about 1680 so he would be about 35 when he married Joanna. 

Family 1

Matthew Lowry Jr. d. before 25 October 1728
MARRIAGE*after 1724 This date seems likely since his two sons did not appear to be minors when their mother died in 1736; She is called Joan Floid in her father's will dated 1722.2 
Children

Family 2

Thomas Floyd b. circa 1680
MARRIAGE*circa 1690 She married Thomas Floyd circa 1690 Note from MVW in 4-04: It appears that Matthew Lowry her second husband) knew and/or was a friend of Joanna's first husband, Floyd. Therefore, I suspect her first husband was named Thomas since Matthew and Thomas owned adjoining property. Also, Thomas Floyd witnessed a 1711 land sale in Isle of Wight where Thomas Pitt sold land to Matthew Lowry. Thomas Pitt was the father of aHester Pitt who married into the Bridger family. The Goodsons and Bridger family were neighbors. On the other hand Don Floyd has this opinion:The Francis Floyd who was witness to the sale of land on June 8, 1698, by Richard Reynolds Sr. to Richard Reynolds Jr., is a candidate for being the first husband of Joanna Goodson. The deed noted that the land was in occupation of Edward Goodson, William West, John Tyler and Richard Reynolds. Edward Goodson, of course, was the father of Joanna Goodson. This Francis Floyd may have died about 1720.1 
Children
Last Edited12 Aug 2008

Citations

  1. [S490] Donald R. Floyd, The Elusive Floyds.
  2. [S476] Blanche Adams Chapman, Isle of Wight Wills.
  3. [S468] Chapman, Isle of Wight Marriage and Will.

Martha Goodson1

F, #3995
Father*Edward Goodson d. 3 Dec 1722
 Martha Goodson was the daughter of Edward Goodson
Last Edited20 May 2004

Citations

  1. [S476] Blanche Adams Chapman, Isle of Wight Wills.

Thomas Goodson

F, #3997, d. 1728
Father*Edward Goodson d. 3 Dec 1722
 Thomas Goodson was the daughter of Edward Goodson
Death*1728 She died in 1728 at Isle of Wight County, VA.1 
LANDCONTRA*6 February 1708  On 6 February 1708 Thomas Goodson brother of Edward Jr. and Joanna Lowry witnesses sale of land to Edward Jr. Thomas Floyd was also witness. Could be this Thomas was Joanna's first husband.2 
ADMINISTRA*25 November 1728 She was account administrator on 25 November 1728 at VA.1 
Last Edited21 May 2004

Citations

  1. [S476] Blanche Adams Chapman, Isle of Wight Wills.
  2. [S551] William Lindsay Hopkins, Isle of Wight, p. 93.

Caroline Gorman1

F, #717
MARRIAGE*1826 Caroline Gorman married Luke Fortune, son of Walter Fortune and Anne Pease, in 1826 Issued 19 May 1826
Luke Fortune and Caroline Gorman, both of Pittsburgh, married the 2nd inst by Rev. Charles B. Mc Guire.
(Source: The Greensburg Gazette, Marriages, Westmoreland Co., Pa., 1824-1826.) 
Married Name Her married name was Fortune. 

Family

Luke Fortune b. 22 May 1800
Last Edited14 Jun 2016

Citations

  1. [S37] Susan Kelly, "Genweb."

Anne Graham

F, #2453
Father*/Graham/ (?)
Mother*Elizabeth Graham d. 18 Sep 1734
 Anne Graham was the daughter of /Graham/ (?) and Elizabeth Graham
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Birtha L. Graham

F, #4737, b. 15 January 1893, d. 4 October 1908
Father*James Graham b. 25 May 1855, d. 23 Dec 1904
Mother*Lucy Clemtine Hobbs b. Oct 1861
Birth*15 January 1893 Birtha L. Graham was born on 15 January 1893. 
 She was the daughter of James Graham and Lucy Clemtine Hobbs
Death*4 October 1908 She died on 4 October 1908 at age 15. 
Last Edited21 Sep 2007

Caralee Graham1

F, #4319, b. 15 July 1905, d. 31 July 1905
Father*Shadrack M. Graham1 b. 1876, d. 1929
Mother*Cora Giddings1
Birth*15 July 1905 Caralee Graham was born on 15 July 1905.1 
 She was the daughter of Shadrack M. Graham and Cora Giddings.1 
Death*31 July 1905 She died on 31 July 1905.1 
Last Edited17 Feb 2006

Citations

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

Charlie Graham1

M, #4372, b. 22 August 1924, d. 24 November 1939
Father*Jimmie J. Graham1 b. 13 Oct 1902, d. 31 Aug 1960
Mother*Emma Myrick1 b. 16 Jun 1907, d. 6 Jun 1982
ChartsZachariah Davis
ZACHARIAS DAVIS
Birth*22 August 1924 Charlie Graham was born on 22 August 1924.1,2
 He was the son of Jimmie J. Graham and Emma Myrick.1 
Burial*1939 He was buried in 1939 at Bowers Cemetery, Empire, Dodge County, GA. 
Death*24 November 1939 He died on 24 November 1939 at age 15.2 
Last Edited21 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S518] 1930 Census;.
  2. [S512] Bob Bridger, "Bridger," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, March 2003.

Charlotte Graham1

F, #4730, b. May 1878
Father*James Graham b. 25 May 1855, d. 23 Dec 1904
Mother*Lucy Clemtine Hobbs b. Oct 1861
Birth*May 1878 Charlotte Graham was born in May 1878. 
 She was the daughter of James Graham and Lucy Clemtine Hobbs
MARRIAGE*22 December 1895 She married Robert Franklin Holland, son of Jepy Holland and Elizabeth (?), on 22 December 1895 at Pulaski County, GA.2 
Married Name22 December 1895  As of 22 December 1895,her married name was Holland. 

Family

Robert Franklin Holland b. 5 August 1874
Children
Last Edited7 Apr 2009

Citations

  1. [S579] Ed Harmond, "Harmond," e-mail to MVW, Feb 8 2006.
  2. [S2] Harris, History of Pulaski County.

Clemmie Graham1

F, #4325, b. 1911
Father*John Graham Jr.1 b. 1875, d. a 1956
Mother*Pinkney Davis1 b. 1886, d. 29 Apr 1956
ChartsZachariah Davis
ZACHARIAS DAVIS
Birth*1911 Clemmie Graham was born in 1911.1 
 She was the daughter of John Graham Jr. and Pinkney Davis.1 
Last Edited13 Mar 2006

Citations

  1. [S61] 1920 Census;.