Sallie Lendrum

F, #600
Father*John Lendrum
Mother*Mary (?)
ChartsWilliam Landrum
PETER LANDRUM
 Sallie Lendrum was the daughter of John Lendrum and Mary (?) 
Note* She She never married. 
Last Edited8 Aug 1998

Thomas Keith Lendrum II

M, #132, b. 1760, d. 13 March 1812
Father*Parson Thomas Landrum b. c 1720
Mother*Nelly (?) d. Dec 1803
ChartsWilliam Landrum
PETER LANDRUM
MARRIAGE* Thomas Keith Lendrum II married Margaret Stoake Buckner, daughter of John Buckner and Elizabeth Washington
Birth*1760 He was born in 1760 at Port Royal, Caroline Co., VA, Scotland. 
 He was the son of Parson Thomas Landrum and Nelly (?) 
Death*13 March 1812 He died on 13 March 1812 at Westmoreland County, VA, One record, Caroline County Chanery Suits says: He died in testate.
However, this may be another Thomas as there is a will for the Surgeon's Mate in the "Half Pay File." 
Biography*  He served as a Surgeon's Mate on board the "Tempest" in Virginia State Navy. "History of Caroline Co., VA" p. 451 says he was a young Port Royal physician at the outbreak of the Revolution. He joined the Continental Navy and was Surgeon's Mate on both the "Tartar" and the "Tempest" two continental privateers. He practiced in Port Royal until 1812.

Thomas Lendrum Jr. was the Physician of Port Royal, Va. and was probably born sometime between 1750 and 1758. During the war of Revolution, he served with the Virginia State Navy. Evidence of this is contained in the rather lengthy "half-pay" file which rests in the National Archives. The evidence that this particular Thomas Lendrum is the direct ancestor of Lillie Hudson Lendrum is contained in this file and proved by several letters which were found in the attic of "Beechwood", in So. Ft. Mitchell, Ky. (It is interesting to note that there were at least two Thomas Lendrums, and possibly there were even three. The several D.A.R. papers filed claiming descent from the revolutionary soldiers are as a rule incorrect. Even those of Lillie Hudson Lendrum was entirely erroneous! Since she claimed descent from a man, Warren T. Lendrum who was actually her uncle. It is easy to see how she could have made this error, since, evidently, her grandfather, Thomas Lendrum, the surgeon's name was middle aged when her father, John B. Lendrum was born. Thomas Lendrum II served as surgeon's mate on board the ship "Tempest" during the Revolutionary War. There are several proofs of this service:

     1.      December 30, 1779 he was allowed 18" of brown sugar.
          September 9, 1779 he received coffee and sugar.
          December 10, 1779 he received sugar coffee and tea.
     2.     During his time of service he was acquainted with several men who in later           years made affidavits to this fact:
     a. In 1834 John Cannady of Fauquier Co., Va. states that Thomas Landrum was a surgeon's mate who stayed with the "Tempest" until it was abandoned by the crew when the enemy took command of the River (James) and finally the vessel. Thomas had been on board at least two years and ten months prior to the capture of the "Tempest".
     b. In 1834 Charles Hayden of King George Co., Va. stated that he knew Thomas Landrum and also the fact that he died in Westmoreland County, Va., and was the son of Parson Landrum of King George Co. Both Thomas Landrum and Higdon grew up in the same area. Thomas Landrum married after the war and lived in Leedstown in Westmoreland Co., Va.
     c. William Stoke Jett (note that Thomas Lendrum's wife was named Margaret Stoake.) likewise made an affidavit in which he states that he was acquainted with Thomas Landrum, the son of Parson Lendrum of King Geo. Co., Va. He too says that after his marriage Thomas resided in Port Royal, Caroline Co. and practiced medicine. Later he moved to Westmoreland Co. where Jett was living. William Jett recalls the anecdote wherein Landrum was called upon to perform an amputation, his first, while in service on board the "Tempest".
     Following the Revolutionary War, Thomas married Margaret Stoake. It would be reasonable to assume that the wedding took place sometime between 1788 and 1790. If this date, and his presumed birthday are correct, then Thomas was probably in his mid thirties when he married. (Family stories indicate that Thomas Lendrum's wife was named Buckner but his will clearly calls her Margaret Stoake.) In fact, this name has persisted in the family up until the early 1900's, but to date no record is found of a connection with the Buckners. Perhaps the name belonged to either Margaret or Thomas' mother.
     In January of 1811, Thomas Lendrum (note that the spelling has now changed to Lendrum - the way it has persisted until the present.) wrote a will leaving to Margaret Stoke Lendrum, his property for the maintenance of his children. His youngest child, John B. (presumed Buckner) Lendrum was seven years old, at the time. His oldest daughter, Elizabeth Washington Lendrum, however, was married to Dr. Christopher Collins. Dr. Collins was named executor of the will. Thomas' wife, Mary, was to be the administrator. Evidently Margaret relinquished the right to administrator to Christopher Collins. When Collins died, his wife Elizabeth was granted letters of Administration by the Court, even though Margaret Lendrum was still alive. (Thomas Lendrum died July 12, 1811)
     Starting about 1834, Elizabeth Lendrum Collins, as a representative for the heirs, her brothers and sisters (presumably her mother now dead), started proceedings to secure the pension due as a result of the Act of Congress of July 5, 1832, granting pension rights to veterans or survivors or their heirs.
     Elizabeth had quite a job ahead of her and evidently it became necessary for her to enlist the aid of her congressman, J. Taliaferro, in an attempt to collect Thomas Lendrum's pension. Apparently there was some dispute as to when Thomas Lendrum actually terminated service, the Va. State Navy having been reduced in number prior to the close of the war. It was initially presumed that Thomas was relieved of duty at this time ________. However, it soon became apparent that two ships were retained in service past the date of reduction, these being the "Tempest" and the "Tattler". There are three affidavits in Thomas Lendrum's "half-pay" file which state that he was on board the "Tempest" as Surgeon's Mate. That being the case, J. Taliaferro was able to use the following facts from a similar case to cause the pension office to grant a pension, which allowed for Lendrum's service from the date of the ship's capture.
          Leigh's Reports - Vol. 1, p 517:
The Captain of the Tempest was named Markham and he was made prisoner when his ship was captured in Hampton Rhodes. His heirs filed suit in the Virginia Court of Appeals for half-pay and won. Taliaferro requested that the war department grant the same right to Thomas Lendrum, since it was proved that he, too, served on the vessel until it's capture and so should be entitled to the same rights as the captain.
     In May of 1835, Lucy E. Lendrum, the daughter of Thomas, and sister of Elizabeth, acted as attorney-in-fact for Harriet E. Lendrum, Thomas W. Lendrum, John B. Lendrum and Lucy E. Lendrum in granting power of attorney to the estate administrator, Mrs. Elizabeth W. Collins. In fact the estate did succeed and on May 9, 1838, received a total of $2529.74 for 27 years and 264 days half-pay pension based on the rate of $91.25 per year.
     Presumably, the heirs used their hard earned pension to support themselves, and evidently it was a greatly needed pension for their support, for Mr. Taliaferro, in an effort to speed up the proceedings, refers to the needy, unmarried heirs. One wonders what part John B. Lendrum, who was at this time, far away in Kentucky, received. It is possible that he and his brother, Warren T. Lendrum, forfeited their rights to the pension in favor to their widowed and unmarried sisters.
     Having won the initial battle for the "half-pay" pension, and presumably having exhausted the funds received, Elizabeth Collins again became active in the pension care in 1845. She reopened the issue by requesting that half-pay be allowed from Nov. 30, 1781, the date on which Thomas Lendrum terminated service (?) until April 22, 1783, the date on which the original pension had commenced. She was successful, as shown by a letter dated Sept. 17, 1845, from the Pension Office in Washington which allowed the heirs an additional 91.25 per year for the extra 18 months, a total of $127.00.
     The matter was still of interest to someone in 1854, for one Thomas C. Peek, of Hampton, Elizabeth County, Va. whose relationship is yet unknown, wrote to the Pension Office in Washington asking how much half-pay had been allowed for Thomas Lendrum, when and to whom it had been allowed.
     All of these proceedings had a two-fold effect. Initially, they granted a living to a widow and her two maiden sisters. (Harriet B. Lendrum was listed as head of the household in 1850 in Va. census and family letters indicate that she lived with Elizabeth, her sister.) The long range effect was to bring to the present the vital information necessary to establish which of the two, and possibly three, Thomas Lendrums of Virginia was the real ancestor of Lillie Hudson Lendrum. Lillie had filed D.A.R. papers on _________, stating that her descent from one Thomas Lendrum of Virginia. The papers contained only that grain of truth. Lillie was in error in most other respects, and it took the combination of the Virginia State Navy half-pay file and some personal letters found in the attic at "Beechwood" to establish the true identity of Thomas Lendrum, Surgeon's Mate. 
APPRENTI*1770 He was apprentriced in 1770 at Caroline, VA; P. 440 of "Colonial Caroline" states 1770 "Thomas Landrum - a child who appears to be in the care of nobody is ordered bound" since we know father had died by now its possible that mother was also dead. 
Will*10 January 1811 He left a will on 10 January 1811 at VA I Thomas Lendrum of Westmoreland County being very sickly and infirm, and not knowing when my desolution may take place, make and ordain this my last will and testament viz. after my just debts are paid I give to my beloved wife Margaret Stoake Lendrum, the whole of my property real and personal during her natural life for the better support of herself and for the maintenance and education and support of our children. At her death it is my will that the whole of the personal Estate may be equally divided between the surviving children and the Land to be sold for two annual payments and to be divided as aforesaid between the surviving children viz. the money arising from the sale of the land, I hereby give and confirm to Dr. Collins, Barbary and her increase forever. I constitute and appoint Dr. Christopher Collins executor and my wife Margaret Stoake (another spelling of this is Storke) Lendrum executrix of this my last will and testament as witness my hand this 10th day of January 1811. 

Family

Margaret Stoake Buckner b. circa 1769, d. say 1834
MARRIAGE* He married Margaret Stoake Buckner, daughter of John Buckner and Elizabeth Washington
Children
Last Edited14 Jun 2016

Thomas Warren Lendrum

M, #260, b. 13 May 1847, d. say 1895
Father*John Buckner Lendrum b. 19 Aug 1804, d. 20 May 1878
Mother*Elizabeth Hudson Rudd b. 16 Apr 1821, d. 15 Mar 1880
ChartsWilliam Landrum
PETER LANDRUM
Birth*13 May 1847 Thomas Warren Lendrum was born on 13 May 1847.1 
 He was the son of John Buckner Lendrum and Elizabeth Hudson Rudd
Death*say 1895 He died say 1895. 
Biography*  An old hand written chart from "Beechwood" gives this person's middle name as Keith. 
Last Edited8 Aug 1998

Citations

  1. [S17] SLB Date diary, Date diary, about 1950 MVW file.

Upton Lendrum

M, #599
Father*John Lendrum
Mother*Mary (?)
ChartsWilliam Landrum
PETER LANDRUM
 Upton Lendrum was the son of John Lendrum and Mary (?) 
Last Edited8 Aug 1998

Victor Stephen Lendrum

M, #497, b. 25 December 1888, d. 8 September 1965
Father*Harry Stokes Lendrum b. 18 May 1849, d. 1895
Mother*Sarah A. Morrison b. 1860
ChartsWilliam Landrum
PETER LANDRUM
Birth*25 December 1888 Victor Stephen Lendrum was born on 25 December 1888 at New York, NY.1 
 He was the son of Harry Stokes Lendrum and Sarah A. Morrison
MARRIAGE*16 December 1915 He married Irene Estelle Crooke on 16 December 1915.1 
Death*8 September 1965 He died on 8 September 1965 at Brooklyn at age 76 Heart Attack.1      
Biography*  Some information on this family taken from SLB notes. He wrote the notes and gave ages, but there is no way to date the notes except they were done after 1943. In notes he says that at that time parents were still living. SLB died in 1959. 
Employment*1943 He was employed by Letter in File. He searched deeds etc. for Williamsburg Savings in 1943 at 1 Hanson Place, Brooklyn, NY.1 
Residence*before 1965 He lived before 1965 at Brooklyn, NY; Lived at 1551 E. 8th St., and 1526 E. 8th St. 

Family

Irene Estelle Crooke b. 1 June 1893, d. 12 December 1966
MARRIAGE*16 December 1915 He married Irene Estelle Crooke on 16 December 1915.1 
Children
Last Edited13 Jan 2010

Citations

  1. [S488] Lillian Hudson Lendrum, "unknown short title," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, March 12 2001.

Victor Stephen Lendrum Jr

M, #510, b. 12 September 1918, d. 28 April 1979
Father*Victor Stephen Lendrum b. 25 Dec 1888, d. 8 Sep 1965
Mother*Irene Estelle Crooke b. 1 Jun 1893, d. 12 Dec 1966
ChartsWilliam Landrum
PETER LANDRUM
Birth*12 September 1918 Victor Stephen Lendrum Jr was born on 12 September 1918.1 
 He was the son of Victor Stephen Lendrum and Irene Estelle Crooke
Death*28 April 1979 He died on 28 April 1979 at Chicago, IL, at age 60 Died of colon cancer.1 
Biography*  Age given as 24 but no date on record. He is unmarried. 
MILITARY*circa 1944 He served in the military circa 1944 According to his sister he was at Guadalcanal, was smart and kept finances for the army.1 
Last Edited10 Jun 2002

Citations

  1. [S488] Lillian Hudson Lendrum, "unknown short title," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, March 12 2001.

Warren Thomas Lendrum

M, #136
Father*Thomas Keith Lendrum II b. 1760, d. 13 Mar 1812
Mother*Margaret Stoake Buckner b. c 1769, d. s 1834
ChartsWilliam Landrum
PETER LANDRUM
 Warren Thomas Lendrum was the son of Thomas Keith Lendrum II and Margaret Stoake Buckner
Milit-Beg* He began military service at Army Major He is said to have graduated from West Point and to have served in the Mexican War. 
Biography*  He was a graduate of West Point with rank as Major. 

Family

Child
Last Edited9 Jan 2011

(?) Leonard

M, #3888

Family

Child
Last Edited16 Feb 2004

Katherine Leonard1,2

F, #3785, b. 8 September 1894, d. 1 May 1981
Father*(?) Leonard
Birth*8 September 1894  Exact date from SSDI.2 
 Katherine Leonard was the daughter of (?) Leonard
MARRIAGE*1910 She married George Woodrough Clemson, son of William Richard Clemson and Leona Woodrough, in 1910.2 
Death*1 May 1981  On 1 May 1981 Database: California Death Index, 1940-1997
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Name: CLEMSON, KATHERINE LEONARD
Social Security #: 546680495
Sex: FEMALE
Birth Date: 8 Sep 1895
Birthplace: MASSACHUSETTS
Death Date: 1 May 1981
Death Place: SAN DIEGO
Mother's Maiden Name: SHAW
Father's Surname: LEONARD



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Source Information:
Ancestry.com. California Death Index, 1940-1997. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original electronic data: State of California. California Death Index, 1940-1997. Sacramento, CA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics, 19--.


Date taken from S S death index. 
Married Name1910  As of 1910,her married name was Clemson.2 

Family

George Woodrough Clemson b. 15 January 1893, d. 27 May 1977
Last Edited6 May 2004

Citations

  1. Database: California Death Index, 1940-1997

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    Name: CLEMSON, KATHERINE LEONARD
    Social Security #: 546680495
    Sex: FEMALE
    Birth Date: 8 Sep 1895
    Birthplace: MASSACHUSETTS
    Death Date: 1 May 1981
    Death Place: SAN DIEGO
    Mother's Maiden Name: SHAW
    Father's Surname: LEONARD



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    Source Information:
    Ancestry.com. California Death Index, 1940-1997. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original electronic data: State of California. California Death Index, 1940-1997. Sacramento, CA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics, 19--.


  2. [S518] 1930 Census;.

Nathaniel Leonard

M, #393
MARRIAGE* Nathaniel Leonard married Anna Brinson, daughter of Daniel Brinson and Frances Greenland

Family

Anna Brinson b. 1695
Last Edited3 May 1999

Wyatt Edgar Lewis

M, #2404, b. 24 November 1877, d. 21 February 1946
MARRIAGE* Wyatt Edgar Lewis married Effie Mae Kierbow
Birth*24 November 1877 He was born on 24 November 1877. 
Death*21 February 1946 He died on 21 February 1946 at age 68. 

Family

Effie Mae Kierbow b. 16 June 1884, d. 5 March 1961
Last Edited13 Sep 1998

Rebecca Matilda Lightner1

F, #4477
MARRIAGE* Rebecca Matilda Lightner married John Barton

Family

John Barton
Child
Last Edited26 May 2008

Citations

  1. [S585] Historic Pittsburgh, online http://digital.library.pitt.edu

Jonah J. Lindsey

M, #1708
MARRIAGE*1 January 1858 Jonah J. Lindsey married Martha C. Bryant, daughter of Larry O. Bryant and Erliffa Stephens, on 1 January 1858 at Pulaski County, GA.1 

Family

Martha C. Bryant b. circa 1834
Last Edited17 Dec 2005

Citations

  1. [S2] Harris, History of Pulaski County.

Elizabeth Lionberger

F, #842
ChartsDe Calmes
MARRIAGE* Elizabeth Lionberger married John Croley Richardson, son of John Crowley Richardson and Mary Ann Parker
Married Name Her married name was Richardson. 

Family

John Croley Richardson
Children
Last Edited12 Jan 1999

Elizabeth Lions

F, #800
MARRIAGE* Elizabeth Lions married Henry Rhea
Married Name Her married name was Rhea. 

Family

Henry Rhea
Child
Last Edited3 May 1999

Margrette Lister

F, #1165, b. circa 1848
ChartsZachariah Davis
ZACHARIAS DAVIS
Birth*circa 1848 Margrette Lister was born circa 1848 at GA.1 
MARRIAGE*27 December 1868 She married Benjamin Franklin Davis, son of Zacharias Davis and Elizabeth King, on 27 December 1868.2 
Married Name27 December 1868  As of 27 December 1868,her married name was Davis. 

Family

Benjamin Franklin Davis b. 23 July 1847, d. 6 March 1888
Children
Last Edited18 Jul 2003

Citations

  1. [S512] Bob Bridger, "Bridger," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, March 2003.
  2. [S334] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Susan Lister1

F, #1132, b. 1833, d. 8 June 1909
ChartsWILLIAM BASSE
Birth*1833 Susan Lister was born in 1833 at SC. 
MARRIAGE*27 September 1849 She married Washington J. Floyd, son of Federick (Fed) Floyd and Mourning Bass, on 27 September 1849 at Pulaski County, GA. 
Burial*1909 She was buried in 1909 at Rozar Cemetery, Chester, Dodge County, GA, Her headstone says "Surie J. Floyd". She is buried beside her husband in Rozar Cemetery.2 
Death*8 June 1909 She died on 8 June 1909 at Dodge County, GA, Her death date taken from obituary found in "Dodge County Newspaper Clippings" by Tad Evans of Savannah.2 
Married Name27 September 1849  As of 27 September 1849,her married name was Floyd.3 
CENSUS18501850 She appeared on the CENSUS in 1850 at GA; P. 240, House # 177 Shown living with Mourning 60 and James 9.4 
CENSUS18601860 She appeared on the census in 1860 at GA. 
CENSUS1870*1870 She appeared on the census in 1870 at GA; Living in house # 566.5 
Census1870 She appeared on the census of 1870 at GA. 

Family

Washington J. Floyd b. 10 February 1814, d. 15 September 1885
MARRIAGE*27 September 1849 She married Washington J. Floyd, son of Federick (Fed) Floyd and Mourning Bass, on 27 September 1849 at GA. 
Children
Last Edited29 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. Great grandmother of Jerry Floyd of Jacksonville.
  2. [S491] Jerry Floyd, "Jerry Floyd," e-mail to MVW, June 2001.
  3. [S330] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  4. [S52] 1850 Census;.
  5. [S55] 1870 Census;.
  6. [S56] 1880 Census;.

Henry Little

M, #1901
MARRIAGE* Henry Little married Cynthia Bass

Family

Cynthia Bass
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Julia Ann Little1

F, #2993, b. 15 October 1821, d. 16 May 1898
MARRIAGE* Julia Ann Little married Zenos Davis, son of Zachariah Davis, Date not known and did not find mention of it in History of Pulaski County Georgia. Since children were born in Twiggs County Georgia, this would be a good place to look for marriage.1 
Birth*15 October 1821 She was born on 15 October 1821.1,2 
Burial*1898 She was buried in 1898 at Bleckley County, GA, She is buried in the Floyd Cemetery behind Max Perkin's house. Her tombstone reads, "A true Christian and a charitable lady."2
Death*16 May 1898 She died on 16 May 1898 at age 76.1,2 
Married Name Her married name was Davis.1 
CENSUS1850*1850 She appeared on the CENSUS in 1850 at Twiggs County, GA; There was an E. Little age 17 living with them. No doubt she was sister of Julia Ann Little. 

Family

Zenos Davis b. 6 October 1815, d. 5 August 1897
Children
Last Edited21 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. [S471] Letter, Doris Dixon to MVW, Feb 29 2000.
  2. [S498] Wiregrass Genealogy Group, Floyd Cemetery.

Mary Little1

F, #1302, b. 1811, d. before 1849
ReferenceB-57
Birth*1811 Mary Little was born in 1811 at N.C.2 
MARRIAGE*24 August 1824 She married John Holland, son of James Holland Sr., on 24 August 1824 This must be wife #2 as she was married to John after Sarah A. was born. 
Death*before 1849  Before 1849 She does not appear on the 1850 census. John appears with a houseful of young children and his daughter Sarah A. and living next door is the newly married Elizabeth Holland Bryant. When John died in 1857 there were minor orphan children - William, Jessie.J.L, Robert, and J.B. 
Married Name24 August 1824  As of 24 August 1824,her married name was Holland. 

Family

John Holland b. circa 1795, d. before 1857
Children
Last Edited4 Aug 2015

Citations

  1. Received this name from Beck Nagle through e-mail in 9-01.
  2. [S497] Becky Nagle, "Holland Correspondence," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, 2001.

Mary Carolyn Littlefield

F, #2241, b. 25 April 1924, d. 20 November 1997
Father*/Littlefield/ (?)
Mother*Rubye Irene (Bubba) Holland b. 12 Jan 1900, d. 30 May 2001
MARRIAGE* Mary Carolyn Littlefield married /King/ (?) 
Birth*25 April 1924 She was born on 25 April 1924. 
 She was the daughter of /Littlefield/ (?) and Rubye Irene (Bubba) Holland
Death*20 November 1997 She died on 20 November 1997 at age 73. 

Family

/King/ (?)
Children
Last Edited16 Feb 2002

Everett Littleton

M, #2593, b. circa 1907, d. 14 July 1992
Father*William T. Littleton b. 4 Apr 1878, d. 17 Feb 1953
Mother*Alice Amelia Knopp b. 9 Jul 1880, d. 10 Mar 1968
MARRIAGE* Everett Littleton married Irene (?) Lived at 7101 Cabot St. Washington, DC. 
Birth*circa 1907 He was born circa 1907. 
 He was the son of William T. Littleton and Alice Amelia Knopp
Death*14 July 1992 He died on 14 July 1992.1 

Family

Irene (?)
Last Edited18 Sep 1999

Citations

  1. [S456] Mary Durkin Carey, "MDC notes."

Preston Littleton

M, #2595, b. 28 March 1903, d. 17 July 1987
Father*William T. Littleton b. 4 Apr 1878, d. 17 Feb 1953
Mother*Alice Amelia Knopp b. 9 Jul 1880, d. 10 Mar 1968
MARRIAGE* Preston Littleton married Betty Gursky
Birth*28 March 1903 He was born on 28 March 1903 Birth and death date from Mary Carey. 
 He was the son of William T. Littleton and Alice Amelia Knopp
Death*17 July 1987 He died on 17 July 1987 at Montgomery., MD, at age 84. 

Family

Betty Gursky d. 27 April 2008
Last Edited30 Jun 2008

William T. Littleton

M, #2588, b. 4 April 1878, d. 17 February 1953
Birth*4 April 1878 William T. Littleton was born on 4 April 1878. 
MARRIAGE*11 June 1902 He married Alice Amelia Knopp, daughter of Charles J. Knopp and Mary Amelia (Mamie) Ogle, on 11 June 1902. 
Death*17 February 1953 He died on 17 February 1953 at age 74.1 
CENSUS1920*1920 He appeared on the census in 1920; Uncle Will, wife Alice and two sons, Preston 17 and Everette age 11 are shown living with her parents.2 

Family

Alice Amelia Knopp b. 9 July 1880, d. 10 March 1968
Children
Last Edited30 Jun 2008

Citations

  1. [S405] , Handwritten Notes MVW file.
  2. [S61] 1920 Census;.

Mary Livingston

F, #2461
MARRIAGE* Mary Livingston married Thomas Ogle, son of Thomas Ogle and Mary Crawford
Married Name Her married name was Ogle. 

Family

Thomas Ogle b. 1706, d. 23 December 1771
Children
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

John Piatt Lockwood1

M, #5266, b. 17 August 1918, d. 24 March 1982
Father*Schuyler Tunstall Lockwood1 d. 19 Aug 1961
Mother*Martha Eugenia de Valcourt Piatt1 b. 17 Aug 1884, d. 11 Jul 1973
Birth*17 August 1918 John Piatt Lockwood was born on 17 August 1918.1 
 He was the son of Schuyler Tunstall Lockwood and Martha Eugenia de Valcourt Piatt.1 
Death*24 March 1982 He died on 24 March 1982 at age 63. 
Note* He Apparently there were a number of children. All are female and appear to be living in 2010.
hildren of John Piatt Lockwood and Barbara Eleanor Duer

John Schuler Lockwood born Covington
Donna Eugenia Lockwood born October 27 1947 in Covington; died October 29, 1947
Ann Elisabeth Lockwood born Covington
Martha Devalcourt Lockwood born Covington
Barbara Susan Lockwood born Covington
Mary Christina Lockwood born Covington
Donna Marie Lockwood born Covington
Mary Victoria Lockwood born Covington
Jennifer Joy Lockwood born Covington.1 
Last Edited5 May 2016

Citations

  1. [S625] Piatt Bible.

Schuyler Tunstall Lockwood1

M, #4288, d. 19 August 1961
MARRIAGE*1917 Schuyler Tunstall Lockwood married Martha Eugenia de Valcourt Piatt, daughter of Charles de Valcourt Piatt and Mary Catherine Nolan, in 1917.1,2 
Death*19 August 1961 He died on 19 August 1961 at Boone, KY. 

Family

Martha Eugenia de Valcourt Piatt b. 17 August 1884, d. 11 July 1973
Child
Last Edited24 Feb 2010

Citations

  1. [S565] M.D Richard D. Mudd, Mudd Family.
  2. [S625] Piatt Bible.

Barbara Loesch

F, #229, b. circa 1820
MARRIAGE* Barbara Loesch married Joseph Luhr
Birth*circa 1820 She was born circa 1820 at Germany. 
Married Name Her married name was Luhr. 

Family

Joseph Luhr
Children
Last Edited23 Aug 2003

Carolyn Logan1

F, #3926, b. circa 1839
Birth*circa 1839 Carolyn Logan was born circa 1839.1 
MARRIAGE*6 January 1858 She married Frederick Floyd, son of Shadrick Floyd and Esther Yearty, on 6 January 1858 at Dooly, GA.1 
Married Name6 January 1858  As of 6 January 1858,her married name was Floyd.1 

Family

Frederick Floyd b. 1834
Last Edited2 Mar 2004

Citations

  1. [S550] Rikke Love, "Rikki Love," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, Feb 2004.

Christina Lom

F, #4921, b. 1645, d. after 1678
Father*Mans Svensson Lom1 d. 1653
Birth*1645 Christina Lom was born in 1645 Christina Lom, born c. 1645, married Mårten Gertsson of Christina Creek c. 1663. She died after 1678. After her husband drowned out of his canoe in 1680, Lars Andersson Collinus and Sven Månsson Lom were named administrators of his estate. Her children:
Gertrude Gertsson, born 1664, died 1744 in Moyamensing; married John Stille, son of Olof Stille, 12 children.
Armegot Gertsson, born 1664, died 1755 in Blockley Township, married Johan Skute, son of Captain Sven Skute, 3 children.
Gerrit Gertsson [later Garrett], born c. 1672, died 1732 in Blockley Township, married (1st) Magdalena, (2nd) his cousin Regina Huling, daughter of Marcus Laurens, 8 children.
Mårten Gertsson [later Garrett], born 1675, died 1751 in Blockley Township; married Brita Jonasdotter Nilsson, 5 children.2 
 She was the daughter of Mans Svensson Lom.1 
MARRIAGE*1663 She married Martin Gerritsen in 1663 at New Castle, DE. 
Death*after 1678 She died after 1678.2 
Married Name Her married name was Gerritsen. 

Family

Martin Gerritsen d. 1680
Children
Last Edited12 Nov 2007

Citations

  1. [S606] Swedish Colonial Society, online unknown url, For information on all of his children see the Swedish Colonial Site.
  2. [S606] Swedish Colonial Society, online unknown url.