Rachel Buckley1

F, #22741, b. 4 April 1690, d. 15 December 1702
FatherJohn Buckley1 b. c 1664, d. 27 Nov 1732
MotherHannah Sanderson1 b. c 1668
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ6
Last Edited1 Feb 2003
     Rachel Buckley married John Grubb II, son of John Henry Grubb and Frances Vane, bet 1712 at Chester Co., Pennsylvania, USA.2 Rachel Buckley was born on 4 April 1690 at New Castle, New Castle Co., Delaware, USA.2 She was born on 4 April 1690 at Brandywine Hundred, New Castle Co., Pennsylvania (now Delaware), USA.1
Rachel Buckley died on 15 December 1702 at Brandywine Hundred, New Castle Co., Pennsylvania (now Delaware), USA, at age 12.1 She married John Grubb II, son of John Henry Grubb and Frances Vane, in 1712 at Chester Co., Pennsylvania, USA.1,3
Rachel Buckley was buried in 1752 at Grubb Cemetery, Grubb Rd. or St. Martin's Churchyard.2


Rachel Buckley died on 15 December 1752 at Wilmington, New Castle Co., Delaware, USA, at age 62.2
     GKJ-6. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _UID C97D9635083BDA45B0C6315B1DAF3A108B7E.2

; Extracted from GEDCOM provided by rswayne@@compuserve.com.2 Her Ancestral File Number is 3QSB-NW.2

Family

John Grubb II b. 11 Nov 1684, d. 15 Mar 1758
Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  2. [S962] e-mail address>, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=rswayne, Rick Swayne (unknown location), downloaded updated 9 Jan 2002.
  3. [S900] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1456109&id=I1712, Charles Schott (unknown location), downloaded updated 25 Aug 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1456109&id=I1281

William Hewes III1

M, #22742, b. November 1684, d. before 24 November 1746
FatherWilliam Hewes Jr.1 b. c 1664, d. b 16 May 1733
MotherSarah Bexar1 b. 17 May 1674, d. 30 Jan 1748/49
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ6
Last Edited25 Jan 2003
     William Hewes III was born in November 1684.1 He was born circa 1690.2 He was born in 1691.3 He married Mary Sidney Withers, daughter of Thomas Withers and Elizabeth Collett, on 12 November 1713 at Chester Co., Pennsylvania, USA.3,4,2 William Hewes III married Mary Sidney Withers, daughter of Thomas Withers and Elizabeth Collett, on 9 December 1713 at Chichester Meeting, Boothwyn, Chichester Township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, USA.1,2
William Hewes III died in 1738.1
William Hewes III died before 24 November 1746 at Chester Co., Pennsylvania, USA; The administration of estate of William Hewes was granted to his wife Mary Hewes 24 Nov. 1746 (Pennsylvania Wills 1682-1834 on CD).3,2,5
     ; WILLIAM3 HEWES (William2,1), b. c1690; d. c1746; m. 12 Nov 1713 Mary Withers, who d. c1750. The administration of estate of William Hewes was granted to his wife Mary Hewes 24 Nov 1746 (Pennsylvania Wills 1682-1834 on CD.)

From Chester (and its Vicinity) Delaware Co., in Pennsylvania with Genealogical Sketches of Some Old Families, by John Hill Martin, 1877, pages 499-501 of the reprint, published by John A. Bullock III, Graphic Details Publications, Reidsville, NC, 1999, is the following: NOTE: This material was provided by Jacob Hewes, son of John Hewes and Mary Barnard and grandson of William Hewes and Mary Withers.

William Hewes my great grandfather, tradition says, came from Wales. [NOTE: Jacob's great-grandfather was grandson of the William who came from England.] .. . . . He first took up land in New Jersey, near Salem, but abandoned it and took up a part of 1000 acres in Lower Chichester, and built a brick house on his purchase. On the sill of the front door the letters W. H. are cut. In this house my father, Jacob Hewes, and myself, were born. My father's first wife was Rachel, daughter of Thomas and Hannah Perkins. They had but one child, Mary. His second wife, Esther, was the daughter of Isaac and Jane Pyle. They had issue, John, Jane, Isaac and Jacob. My father was married at Chichester meeting house. My great grandfather, William Hewes, was, so says tradition, one of the founders of that meeting, and lays in the graveyard there, and my grandfather, John, and my own father Jacob as well. My father was born 2 mo. 7, 1752, died 4 mo. 29, 1795. My mother died 9 mo. 9, 1839, aged 76 yrs. 3 months and 24 days. Father's first wife, Rachel, died 3 mo. 31, 1781. Jacob Hewes, of Leiperville, was born April 5, 1795, and married Eliza McIlvain, daughter of Jeremiah and Elizabeth (Spencer) of Ridley. . . . Mrs. Eliza Hewes died 7 mo. 19, 1874, aged 80 years.

William Hewes, a son (I presume [author speaking here]) of this couple, was married 9 mo. 12, 1713, at Chichester Meeting, to Mary, the daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Withers, and granddaughter of Jeremiah Collett, of Chichester, who was, I believe, the same who married Jane, eldest daughter of Joan May, of Devizes in Wilts, 'a first purchaser.' He is styled a mason in some old writings, but probably followed farming to some extent. His wife survived him and died about 1750. Their children were William, John, Samuel, Isaac, Caleb, Sarah, Lydia, Rebecca and Hannah. William married (1st) Lydia Dutton and (2nd) Rebecca Gregory, and died in 1753, leaving but one child, Aaron, to survive him. John married Mary, the daughter of Thomas Barnard, and granddaughter of Richard and Frances Barnard of Aston. He died in 1759, leaving two children, Christian and Jacob. His widow soon afterward married Archibald Dick, and her daughter married about 1764, Elisha Dick, who was probably a brother to Archibald. John Hewes, of Chichester, Tanner, in his will, dated Feb. 2, 1759, proven Mar. 2, 1759, gave to his wife Mary the Homestead for life, and afterwards to his children Christianna and Jacob. Also to his wife 200 acres in Douglass Township, Berks Co., purchased of Thomas Barnard, until the children became of age or married Some other land in Chichester and Berkes Co. to be sold by executors [who were] his wife and Richard Dutton, of Aston. In case the children did not live to inherit, the property to go to Aaron Hewes, son of brother William, and to such sons of brother Samuel Hewes as should be living at the time. Jacob Hewes was the father of the present Jacob Hewes, of Ridley. Samuel Hewes, above, married and settled in Jersey. Isaac married Lydia Weldon, and left a daughter. Sarah married Robert ?)Moulder and left a daughter Sarah, who married Nathaniel Falconer. Lydia married Wm. Grubb; Rebecca, Samuel Grubb; and Hannah, William Vaughan.

"HEWES, MARY, widow of William. Chichester. April 29, 1748. August 20, 1750. To son William Hewes 5 shillings. To daughter Hannah Hewes articles named and remainder of time [time of service] of Mary Stannings. To Mary, wife of son John Hewes articles named. To granddaughter Sarah Moulder 20 shillings at 18. Remainder to my 7 children, viz., John, Samuel, Isaac and Caleb Hewes, Lydia and Rebecca Grubb and Hannah Hewes in equal shares. Test[ator] signed M. Executor: Son John Hewes. Wit: John Riley,
James Dellzel, Thomas Cummings." (Pennsylvania Wills 1682-1834 on CD.) The following is from page 216 of Early Church Records of Delaware Co., PA., by Henry C. Peden Jr., and John Pitts Launey, Family Lines Publications, Westminster, MD: "William Hewes, [3rd], son of William and Sarah (Beazer) Hughes, Jr. of Chichester, and Mary Withers, dau. of Thomas Withers, m. 12th of 9th mo, 1713 at Chichester Meeting House. Mary (Withers) Hewes of Chichester, widow of William, in her will dated 29th of 4th mo, 1748, proven 20th of 6th mo, 1750, mentions sons William [4th], John, Samuel, Isaac and Caleb, and daus. Lydia Grubb (wife of Wm), Rebecca Grubb (wife of Samuel) and Hannah Hewes, also mentions grand-dau. Sarah Moulder."2 GKJ-6.6

; Page 79 -- "They [William Hewes and Mary Withers] had the following children:

383 i Hugh (1714-1763)

384 ii William (1715-1753)

385 iii Thomas (1717-1778)

386 iv John Ellis (1720-)

387 v Mary (1722-)

388 vi Sidney "Sudna" (1725->1792)

389 vii Sarah (1727-)

390 viii Evan (1729-)"

COMMENT #5: These are not the children of William Hewes and Mary Withers, they are the children of William Hughes of Hampshire Co., Va., who made his will 30 Dec 1762 and named the following children: Son Hugh Hughes, son Thomas Hughes, son William Hughes, son Evan Hughes, daughter Mary Anderson, daughter Sudrah Carpenter, daughter Sarah Baker, son Ellis Hughes. (Hacker's Creek Journal, 2:194; Clara McCormack Sage and Laura Sage Jones, Early Records, Hampshire Co., Va., Now West Va., p. 120). No wife was mentioned in his will. His wife may have been named Sudna, as this name shows up in many of his descendants. His daughter Sudna was not called Sidney. His son Ellis was not called John or John Ellis. The following is from Hacker's Creek Journal, Vol. 2, page 192 -- "Paul Hardman of Charleston WV believes that the progenitor of the central WV line was William Hughes, a son of Jesse Hughes of Powhatan VA and a possible grandson of Hugh and Ann Hughes who were enrolled on the census at Martin's Hundred, VA 4 Feb 1624. This couple had arrived in America on the "Guifte" some years earlier. William L. Hughes of Jane Lew, WV, family researcher, wrote in 1926 "Quoting from local historians. . . and data of other authors, show conclusively that the Hughes family . . . are of Welsh extraction. . . Jonathan Hughes, my great-grandfather, was descended from the Jesse Hughes family who came across the waters with other emigrants in 1675 and obtained a land grant from King Charles II, for a tract of land on the tributary of the James River, which was named Hughes Creek, in Powhatan, Virginia. . ." The following is from Hacker's Creek Journal, Vol. 2, p. 194: "William Hughes got caught up with the expanding settlements of the middle eighteenth century in the Virginia Colony. The Royal Government replaced the large land companies and promised better titles to the land-hungry colonists. Soon the land was inhabited to the Falls of the James River, but the territory westward to the mountains belonged to the Indians. On October 7, 1763 King George III proclaimed that no grant warrants, surveys, nor patents could be made to the westward-moving, home-seeking colonists, until treaties with the Indians could be made. That did not stop them. On they went. The Indians were furious and fierce and sometimes massacred whole communities. This may have been borne had the land titles been good. In 1748 Lord Fairfax began to sell land out of his great Northern Neck grant from the King -- with titles. William Hughes with his family, and some of his children with their families, together with some of the Frys, Bakers, Carpenters, Tanners, and Radcliffs bought into this Fairfax land and hit the trail NORTHWARD [caps by P.Myers] from the region of the Roanoke and James Rivers. We find them mentioned in what is now Bath, Augusta, and Frederick Counties of Virginia." The following is from Hacker's Creek Journal, Vol. 2, page 193. "Another Hughes researcher refutes the hypothesis that William Hughes was the son of Jesse of Virginia. Her data begins the ancestry of this family with the incredible story of John Hughes and wife, Jane Evans, who resided in Mireonshire, Wales, where their son, Hugh, was born in 1671. In 1680, when Hugh was but nine, he left home. His parents surmising he went to America, later came to Pennsylvania and found him. . . . This runaway child married Martha, only child of Hugh and Martha Jones. They had. . . . William who joined the early Virginia settlers and we pick him up in Augusta Co., near Covington, later Bath County, and later Frederick Co., where he gave outstanding service to the colony. . . ." "Absolute proof of the ancestry of William Hughes may never be found. It is agreed that he was the third generation in America."7 He was a witness to Patty Myers email 8 Jan 2002 with William Hewes Sr.2

Family

Mary Sidney Withers b. c 1695, d. 20 Aug 1750
Children

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  2. [S974] Patty B. Myers (e-mail address), ms via email, April 2000 (updated March 2001), GAV files - HUGHES/HEWES.
  3. [S917] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=traveler, Mike Johnston (unknown location), downloaded updated 30 Oct 2001.
  4. [S919] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=jahrn, John Hewes (unknown location), downloaded updated 18 Dec 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jahrn&id=I20898
  5. [S970] Compiled and written by Joy L. Hughes-Jacogy, compiler, The English Ancestral Family and American Descendants of William and Deborah Hewes of Ouldman's Creek Plantation, Salem County, New Jersey and of Marcus Hook, Chester County, Pennsylvania (1540E Pointer Ridge Place, Bowie, MD 20716: Heritage Books, Inc., 2000), p. 85, person # 338. Hereinafter cited as Hughes-Jacoby [200], William & Deborah Hewes.
  6. [S762] Unknown compiler, online http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/a/b/r/William-N-Abrams/index.html, Bill Abrams (e-mail address) (unknown location), downloaded 20 Sept. 2001.
  7. [S975] Patty B. Myers (e-mail address), ms by email, 8 Jan 2002, GAV files - HUGHES/HEWES.
  8. [S919] e-mail address, updated 18 Dec 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jahrn&id=I00392

Mary Sidney Withers1

F, #22743, b. circa 1695, d. 20 August 1750
FatherThomas Withers1 b. 30 May 1663, d. 1720
MotherElizabeth Collett1
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ6
Last Edited25 Jan 2003
     Mary Sidney Withers was born circa 1694.2 She was born circa 1695 at Chester Co., Pennsylvania, USA. She married William Hewes III, son of William Hewes Jr. and Sarah Bexar, on 12 November 1713 at Chester Co., Pennsylvania, USA.2,3,4 Mary Sidney Withers married William Hewes III, son of William Hewes Jr. and Sarah Bexar, on 9 December 1713 at Chichester Meeting, Boothwyn, Chichester Township, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, USA.1,4
Mary Sidney Withers died before 20 August 1750 at Pennsylvania, USA.2
Mary Sidney Withers died on 20 August 1750 at Chester Co., Pennsylvania, USA.1
     ; Page 79 -- "On 12 November 1713 he [#314 William Hughes] first married Mary Sidney Withers, daughter of Thomas Withers & Jane Collet, in Chester Co., Pennsylvania. She was born about 1695 in Chester Co., Pa. Mary Sidney died in Chester Co., in 1745; she was 50."

COMMENT #4: The following is from page 500 of the reprint of Chester (and its Vicinity) Delaware County in Pennsylvania with Genealogical Sketches of some old families, by John Hill Martin, Esq., originally published 1877, reprint by John A. Bullock III, Reidsville, NC, 1999: "William Hewes . . . was married 9 mo. 12, 1713, at Chichester Meeting, to Mary, the daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Withers, and granddaughter of Jeremiah Collett, of Chichester, who was, I believe, the same who married Jane, eldest daughter of Joan May, of Devizes in Wilts, 'a first purchaser.' He is styled a mason in some old writings, but probably followed farming to some extent. His wife survived him and died about 1750. Their children were William, John, Samuel, Isaac, Caleb, Sarah, Lydia, Rebecca and Hannah. William married (1st) Lydia Dutton and (2nd) Rebecca Gregory, and died in 1753, leaving but one child, Aaron, to survive him. John married Mary, the daughter of Thomas Barnard, and granddaughter of Richard and Frances Barnard of Aston. He died in 1759, leaving two children, Christian and Jacob. His widow soon afterward married Archibald Dick, and her daughter married about 1764, Elisha Dick, who was probably a brother to Archibald. John Hewes, of Chichester, Tanner, in his will, dated Feb. 2, 1759, proven Mar. 2, 1759, gave to his wife Mary the Homestead for life, and afterwards to his children Christianna and Jacob. Also to his wife 200 acres in Douglass Township, Berks Co., purchased of Thomas Barnard, until the children became of age or married. Some other land in Chichester and Berks Co. to be sold by executors, his wife and Richard Dutton, of Aston. In case the children did not live to inherit, the property to go to 'Aaron Hewes, son of brother William, and to such sons of brother Samuel Hewes as should be living at the time.' Jacob Hewes was the father of the present Jacob Hewes, of Ridley. Samuel Hewes, above, married and settled in Jersey. Isaac married Lydia Weldon, and left a daughter. Sarah married Robert ?)Moulder and left a daughter Sarah, who married Nathaniel Falconer. Lydia married Wm. Grubb; Rebecca, Samuel Grubb; and Hannah, William Vaughan." From page 216 of Early Church Records of Delaware Co., Pa, by Henry C. Peden Jr, MA, and John Pitts Launey, previously cited, "Mary (Withers) Hewes of Chichester, widow of William, in her will dated 29th of 4th mo, 1748, proven 20th of 6th mo, 1750, mentions sons William [4th], John, Samuel, Isaac and Caleb, and daus. Lydia Grubb (wife of Wm), Rebecca Grubb (wife of Samuel) and Hannah Hewes, also mentions grand-dau. Sarah Moulder."5

; 'Hewes, Mary, widow of William. Chichester. April 29, 1748. August 20,1750. To son William Hewes 5 shillings. To daughter Hannah Hewes articlesnamed and remainder of time [time of service] of Mary Stannings. To Mary,wife of son John Hewes articles named. To granddaughter Sarah Moulder 20shillings at 18. Remainder to my 7 children, viz., John, Samuel, Isaacand Caleb Hewes, Lydia and Rebecca Grubb and Hannah Hewes in equalshares. Test[ator] signed M. Executor: Son John Hewes. Wit: John Riley,James Dellzel, Thomas Cummings.' (Pennsylvania Wills 1682-1834 on CD.) The following is from page 216 of Early Church Records of Delaware Co.,PA., by Henry C. Peden Jr., and John Pitts Launey, Family LinesPublications, Westminster, MD: 'William Hewes, [3rd], son of William andSarah (Beazer) Hughes, Jr. of Chichester, and Mary Withers, dau. ofThomas Withers, m. 12th of 9th mo, 1713 at Chichester Meeting House. Mary(Withers) Hewes of Chichester, widow of William, in her will dated 29thof 4th mo, 1748, proven 20th of 6th mo, 1750, mentions sons William[4th], John, Samuel, Isaac and Caleb, and daus. Lydia Grubb (wife of Wm),Rebecca Grubb (wife of Samuel) and Hannah Hewes, also mentions grand-dau.Sarah Moulder.' D/o Thomas Withers and Elizabeth Collett who was d/o Jeremiah Collett andJane May.2 GKJ-6.

Family

William Hewes III b. Nov 1684, d. b 24 Nov 1746
Children

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  2. [S917] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=traveler, Mike Johnston (unknown location), downloaded updated 30 Oct 2001.
  3. [S919] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=jahrn, John Hewes (unknown location), downloaded updated 18 Dec 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jahrn&id=I20898
  4. [S974] Patty B. Myers (e-mail address), ms via email, April 2000 (updated March 2001), GAV files - HUGHES/HEWES.
  5. [S975] Patty B. Myers (e-mail address), ms by email, 8 Jan 2002, GAV files - HUGHES/HEWES.
  6. [S919] e-mail address, updated 18 Dec 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jahrn&id=I00392

William Willson1

M, #22744
FatherRobert Willson b. 1730, d. 18 Mar 1819
MotherNancy (Anne) Carnes1 b. c 1734, d. 15 Jan 1811
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ3
Last Edited1 Feb 2003
     William Willson was buried at Willson Family Cemetery, Reddy Creek, Sullivan Co., Tennessee, USA.1

He married Mary "Polly" Doyle, daughter of John (?) Doyle, on 10 February 1800; Mary "Polly" Doyle was 2nd wife of William Willson.1
     GKJ-3.

Family

Mary "Polly" Doyle b. 22 Jul 1776, d. 7 Nov 1843
Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Mary "Polly" Doyle1

F, #22745, b. 22 July 1776, d. 7 November 1843
FatherJohn (?) Doyle1
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ3
Last Edited1 Feb 2003
     Mary "Polly" Doyle was buried at Willson Family Cemetery, Reddy Creek, Sullivan Co., Tennessee, USA.

She was born on 22 July 1776.1 She married William Willson, son of Robert Willson and Nancy (Anne) Carnes, on 10 February 1800; Mary "Polly" Doyle was 2nd wife of William Willson.1
Mary "Polly" Doyle died on 7 November 1843 at age 67.1
     GKJ-3.

Family

William Willson
Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

John (?) Doyle1

M, #22746
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ4
Last Edited2 Feb 2003
     GKJ-4.

John (?) Doyle lived at near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Robert Willson

M, #22747, b. 1730, d. 18 March 1819
Father(?) Willson
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ4
Last Edited1 Feb 2003
     Robert Willson married Nancy (Anne) Carnes, daughter of (?) Carnes, at Ireland.1 Robert Willson was born in 1730 at Ireland.
Robert Willson was buried in 1819 at Sullivan Co., Tennessee, USA.1


Robert Willson died on 18 March 1819.
     He was Sea captain of co. Armagh, Ireland.1 GKJ-4.

Family

Nancy (Anne) Carnes b. c 1734, d. 15 Jan 1811
Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Nancy (Anne) Carnes1

F, #22748, b. circa 1734, d. 15 January 1811
Father(?) Carnes1
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ4
Last Edited1 Feb 2003
     Nancy (Anne) Carnes married Robert Willson, son of (?) Willson, at Ireland.1 Nancy (Anne) Carnes was born circa 1734.1
Nancy (Anne) Carnes was buried in 1811 at Sullivan Co., Tennessee, USA.1


Nancy (Anne) Carnes died on 15 January 1811 at Sullivan Co., Tennessee, USA.1
     GKJ-4.

Family

Robert Willson b. 1730, d. 18 Mar 1819
Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

(?) Carnes1

M, #22749
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ5
Last Edited1 Feb 2003
     GKJ-5. (?) Carnes was per GK Jones: "wealthy linen manufacturer of Dublin, Ireland."1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

(?) Willson

M, #22750
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ5
Last Edited1 Feb 2003
     GKJ-5.

(?) Willson lived at Scotland.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Albert Jackson Tipton1

M, #22751, b. 24 February 1820, d. 28 December 1882
FatherJames Ireland Tipton1 b. 14 Oct 1792, d. 22 Jan 1861
MotherNancy Patterson1 d. 14 Jul 1823
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ2
Last Edited25 Aug 2002
     Albert Jackson Tipton married Catherine Garner Wright, daughter of John Wright and Barbara Range.1 Albert Jackson Tipton was born on 24 February 1820 at Elizabethton, Carter Co., Tennessee, USA.1
Albert Jackson Tipton was buried in 1882 at Elizabethton, Carter Co., Tennessee, USA.1


Albert Jackson Tipton died on 28 December 1882 at Sweetwater, Monroe Co., Tennessee, USA, at age 62.1
     GKJ-2.

Family

Catherine Garner Wright b. 24 Apr 1821, d. 31 Jan 1883
Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Catherine Garner Wright1

F, #22752, b. 24 April 1821, d. 31 January 1883
FatherJohn Wright1 b. 9 Jan 1790, d. 22 Jun 1876
MotherBarbara Range1 b. 8 Oct 1787, d. 15 Dec 1847
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ2
Last Edited25 Aug 2002
     Catherine Garner Wright was buried at Elizabethton, Carter Co., Tennessee, USA.1

She married Albert Jackson Tipton, son of James Ireland Tipton and Nancy Patterson.1 Catherine Garner Wright was born on 24 April 1821.1
Catherine Garner Wright died on 31 January 1883 at age 61.1
     GKJ-2.

Family

Albert Jackson Tipton b. 24 Feb 1820, d. 28 Dec 1882
Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

James Ireland Tipton1

M, #22753, b. 14 October 1792, d. 22 January 1861
FatherSamuel Tipton1 b. 7 Jun 1752, d. 21 Jul 1833
MotherSusanna Reno1 b. 14 Oct 1767, d. 10 Feb 1853
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ3
Last Edited2 Feb 2003
     James Ireland Tipton was born on 14 October 1792 at Virginia, USA; born in Carter Co. or Shenandoah Valley, VA.1 He was born on 14 October 1792 at Washington Co., Tennessee, USA.2 He married an unknown person on 21 June 1812.2 He married Nancy Patterson, daughter of Garien Patterson, on 21 June 1812 at Washington Co., Tennessee, USA.1 James Ireland Tipton married an unknown person on 14 October 1824.2
James Ireland Tipton was buried in 1861 at Elizabethton, Carter Co., Tennessee, USA.1


James Ireland Tipton died on 20 January 1861 at age 68.2
James Ireland Tipton died on 22 January 1861 at Tennessee, USA, at age 68.1
     James Ireland Tipton left a will at Carter Co., Tennessee, USA.1 GKJ-3.2 He was baptized in the LDS church on 10 October 1975.2 He received his endowment on 30 October 1975.2 He was sealed as a child to , son of Samuel Tipton and Susanna Reno, on 11 November 1975; Unknown GEDCOM info.2

Family

Nancy Patterson d. 14 Jul 1823
Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  2. [S961] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:265632, Thomas Reneau (unknown location), downloaded 25 Aug 2001.

Nancy Patterson1

F, #22754, d. 14 July 1823
FatherGarien Patterson1
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ3
Last Edited2 Feb 2003
     Nancy Patterson married James Ireland Tipton, son of Samuel Tipton and Susanna Reno, on 21 June 1812 at Washington Co., Tennessee, USA.1
Nancy Patterson was buried in 1823 at Elizabethton, Carter Co., Tennessee, USA.1


Nancy Patterson died on 14 July 1823.1
     GKJ-3.

Family

James Ireland Tipton b. 14 Oct 1792, d. 22 Jan 1861
Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Samuel Tipton1

M, #22755, b. 7 June 1752, d. 21 July 1833
FatherCol. John Tipton1 b. 15 Aug 1730, d. 9 Aug 1813
MotherMary Butler1 b. c 1734, d. 8 Jun 1776
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ4
Last Edited22 Aug 2002
     Samuel Tipton was buried at Green Hill Cemetery, Elizabethton, Carter Co., Tennessee, USA.2

He married Susanna Reno, daughter of William Reneau (Reno, Runo) and Catherine Butler.1,3 Samuel Tipton was born on 7 June 1752 at Cedar Creek, Shenandoah Co., Virginia, USA.2 He was born on 7 June 1752 at Frederick Co., Virginia, USA.1
Samuel Tipton died on 21 July 1822 at Elizabethton, Carter Co., Tennessee, USA, at age 70.2
Samuel Tipton was buried in 1833 at Green Hill Cemetery, Elizabethton, Carter Co., Tennessee, USA.1


Samuel Tipton died on 21 July 1833 at Carter Co., Tennessee, USA, at age 81.1
     GKJ-4. He was baptized in the LDS church on 5 February 1934.2 He received his endowment on 13 February 1934.2

Family

Susanna Reno b. 14 Oct 1767, d. 10 Feb 1853
Children

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  2. [S961] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:265632, Thomas Reneau (unknown location), downloaded 25 Aug 2001.
  3. [S961] e-mail address, 25 Aug 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:265632&id=I16198

Susanna Reno1

F, #22756, b. 14 October 1767, d. 10 February 1853
FatherWilliam Reneau (Reno, Runo)2 b. 9 Feb 1739, d. 1798
MotherCatherine Butler1 b. 1742, d. 1798
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ4
Last Edited22 Aug 2002
     Susanna Reno was buried at Green Hill Cemetery, Elizabethton, Carter Co., Tennessee, USA.1

She married Samuel Tipton, son of Col. John Tipton and Mary Butler.2,3 Susanna Reno was born on 14 October 1767.2 She was born on 14 November 1767 at Prince William, Virginia, USA.3
Susanna Reno was buried in 1853 at Green Hill Cemetery, Elizabethton, Carter Co., Tennessee, USA.2


Susanna Reno died on 10 February 1853 at Tennessee, USA, at age 85.2
Susanna Reno died on 10 February 1853 at Elizabethton, Carter Co., Tennessee, USA, at age 85.1
     GKJ-4. Susanna Reno was also known as Savannah Reneau (Reno, Runo).2

Family

Samuel Tipton b. 7 Jun 1752, d. 21 Jul 1833
Children

Citations

  1. [S961] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:265632, Thomas Reneau (unknown location), downloaded 25 Aug 2001.
  2. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  3. [S961] e-mail address, 25 Aug 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:265632&id=I16198

Col. John Tipton1

M, #22757, b. 15 August 1730, d. 9 August 1813
FatherJonathon Tipton Jr.2 b. 25 Mar 1699, d. 16 Apr 1779
MotherElizabeth Edwards2
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ5
Last Edited31 Jul 2002
     Col. John Tipton was born on 15 August 1730 at Baltimore Co., Maryland, USA.1 He was born between 1732 and 1735 at Baltimore Co., Maryland, USA.3 He married Mary Butler, daughter of Thomas Butler and Jane Gilbert, in 1753 at Shenandoah Co., Virginia, USA.2,3 Col. John Tipton married Martha Denton on 22 July 1777 at Shenandoan Co., Virginia, USA.4
Col. John Tipton was buried in 1813 at Sinking Creek, Johnson City area, Washington Co., Tennessee, USA.2


Col. John Tipton died in August 1813.3
Col. John Tipton died on 9 August 1813 at Washington Co., Tennessee, USA, at age 82.1
     ; Tipton-Haynes Historic Site-Located in Washington County, Tennessee.2

; Tipton-Haynes is the site of the Battle of the Lost State of Franklin which was fought in 1788 between Colonel John Tipton and John Sevier.2

; The home stands at the base of Buffalo Mountain and near Buffalo Creek, both of which took their names from a great buffalo trail which rounded the mountain, built in 1783.2

; Colonel John Tipton was married 1750-51 to Mary Butler, daughter of Thomas Butler, who was killed by the Indians on his farm on Cedar Creek Shenandoah County, Virginia at the beginning of the Revolutionary War. She bore him nine sons, to wit: Samuel, Benjamin, Abraham, William, Isaac, Jacob, John, Thomas, and Jonathan. Mary (Butler) Tipton died in Shenandoah County, Virginia, June 8, 1776. July 22, 1777, Colonel John Tipton was married to Martha (Denton) Moore, widow of Dr. James Moore, Shenandoah County. By her he had one son, whom he called Abraham, for his son Captain Abraham Tipton who was killed in Clark's Expedition against the Indians in 1782. Martha, is buried on his farm in Sinking Creek, on the hill above the historic old house that still stands today practically unchaged since its erection befroe 1800. Hereafter the death of old Col. John Tipton, his son, John Tipton of Sullivan County, lived until his death in 1831, after which the home was sold to David Haynes and later became the home of 'Tennessee's silver-tongued orator,' Landon C. Haynes.2

; In 1796, the territory was found to contain more than the number of inhabitants requisite to authorize the formation of a state government. As heretofore, Washington County deemed, John Tipton one of her ablest men worthy of her trust and honour, and he was, accordingly one of the five persons chosen to represent Washington County in the convention to meet at Knoxville for the purpose of forming a constitution of permanent form of government. On motion of that body to proceed to appoint two members from each county to draft a constitution and that each county name the members, John Tipton, with James Stuart, was chosen from Washington County, their two members of this committee which was to draft the first constitution of the State of Tennessee.2

; Of this constitution of the State of Tennessee formed by convention of 1796, Thomas Jefferson said, 'the least imperfect and most rebublican of the systems of government adopted by any of the American states.2'

; To the First Legislature of the State of Tennessee Colonel John Tipton was elected Senator from Washington County; again to the second assembly which closed 1799 he was her representative in the Senate, this being his last public service. At the age of sixty-seven, having served twenty-seven years in Legislatures and Conventions in the States of Virginia and North Carolina, in the Territory South of the River Ohio and in the State of Tennessee, he retired from public life to his home on Sinking Creek several miles Southeast of the present town of Johnson City, where he first settled in 1783.2

; There are sixteen counties, towns, and railway stations in the United States named for the Tipton family. Four are in Tennessee, a Tipton, Tiptonville, Tipton Station and Tipton County. The name has been preserved in more lasting form than shafts of marble.2

; Of Colonel John Tipton's sons; six were in the Revolutionary War-Samuel, Benjamin, Captain Abraham, William, Isaac, and Captain Jacob, while three of them-Samuel, John of Sullivan County and Jonathan-maintained almost unbrokenly to 1830 the prestige of the famliy in the Legislature of the State of Tennessee.2 GKJ-5.

; A monument was dedicated on October 12, 1946 in Col. John's memory near Johnson City, Tennessee opposite the old Tipton home on the Ashville National Highway.2

; Although a very busy man in civil and political life, he had time to indulge in blooded horse stock. He was a great lover of find horses and brought with him from Virginia imported thorough-breds that were raced by Tipton's slaves against the best of the land even so far south as South Carolina did General Wade Hampton bring his horses and negroes to challenge their merits. He was the owner of the renowned stallion, Diamede. The proof that the stallion, Diamede passed from ownership of Col. John Tipton to his son Abraham was in the Washington County, Tennesse Inventories & Settlements of Estates and loose-records in Clerk's office, Jonesboro, Tennessee. Estate of Abraham Tipton, December, by James I. Tipton, Adm. October term, 1822 listed in sale a long list of 'Mares put to Diamede, in 1819'. Also, Don Quixote whose pedigree is advertised in the 'Knoxville Gazette' of February 24, 1808; and according to the autobiography of Dr. A. Jobe, he was the owner of 'Tipton's Irish Grey' the greatest quarter horse known at that time.2

; Daniel Boone followed the buffalo trail on his earliest trips into Tennessee County and had a hunting lodge at a cold spring on the Tipton premises. Nearly one hundred years before Boone, in 1673, James Needham and Gabriel Arthur were the first of the English speaking race to view the Tennesse Valley, and passed here on their way to the Cherokee towns on the Little Tennessee River. These facts which are set forth in Judge Williams book 'Dawn of Tennessee History' demonstrates that this is truly one of the most historic spots in the State of Tennessee.2

; Today, the occupants of the old house will show you the room where Colonel Tipton died, the spot where a famous battle took place; and in walking there voices from the past seem to say, 'Cherish your State and Nation, your freedom was bought with a price.2'

; In 1790 the cession of the Western districts of North Carolina was acknowledged by Federal government and created in the Territory South of the River Ohio. When in 1793 the assembly and Legislative Council, John Tipton was one of the two elected from Washington County, to this First Territorial Assembly. He continued a member of its sessions through 1794 and 1795, being one of the corporators of the Washington College established in 1795.2

; In the fall of 1783, Colonel John Tipton removed to Washington County, North Carolina, now Tennessee, and settled on Sinking Creek, nine miles east of Jonesboro, where he lived until his death in (August) 1813. The following year we find him elected to the conventions of the Western County, a confessed opponent in the separation of this district from parent state North Carolina. Kirke, and even Ramsey would make it appear that Colonel Tipton was at first enthusiastically in favor and active in the establishment of the State of Franklin; Hayes the earliest historian, who knew these pioneers, shows Colonel John Tipton was not for this cause. At the convention of 1784, his position was clearly stated; Ramsey states 'on motion of Mr. Cocke, whether for or against ourselves in a separate and distinct state, independent of the territory of North Carolina, at this time, with thirteen others recorded on the negative side. 'No historian has yet given this noble man his true record. He was far-sighted and knew that it would come when this part of North Carolina, then known as Washington County, would someday peaceably and without violating the laws of the land, be made into a separate state, and he lived to see that time come and was an important factor in the formation of the laws of the State. He, in course, during the troubles of the State of Franklin, represented a principle that caused the greatest civil war ever known. He held to the Alexander Hamilton idea of a strong central government, and it was in this section of East Tennessee in the days of secession where the union sentiment was the strongest. Accordingly it is not surprising that while some of the Tipton's descendants fought in the Confederate service, the preponderance were in favor of the Union.2

; Under North Carolina's authority, Colonel Tipton was a Justice of the Courts of Washington County, and in 1786 was first chosen Senator from that county to the Legislature of that state and continued to be re-elected to that Senate until 1790 when the cession of the Western Territory of North Carolina was accepted by the Federal government and created into the 'Territory South of the River Ohio.' Early in 1787 John Tipton had been appointed Colonel of the Militia of Washington County, by commission from North Carolina, and in February 1787, was qualified on this capacity. In 1788, Colonel John and his brother, Joseph Tipton, were elected to the convention held at Hillsboro, North Carolina, July 1788, to vote upon the adoption of the Federal Constitution by that state. Their vote--as that of the majority was cast against its adoption until certain amendments should be made.2

; Many articles have been written on Colonel John Tipton. He is most noted for being a founding father of Tennessee. He helped to draft the constitution, when Tennessee became a state in 1796, and was a senator in the first and second state legislatures. He was described as a strong, self-reliant, ambitious, hot-headed, unrelenting dispenser of Justice. To Col. John Tipton, Tennessee owes much.2

; Of honored lineage, his ancestors having settled in that province before 1700. Records have 1668 as time of arrival in America.2

; Ramsey by implication, Kirke by willful misrepresentation would make it appear all active opposition and violence in the last two years of the existence of the State of Franklin was by Tipton, and the adherents of the North Carolina Government, yet the very letters of Colonel Hutchings to Gov. Caswell of date April 1, 1787, and that of General Evan Shelby to the Governor of North Carolina of date May 4, 1787, inserted by Ramsey in his annals of Tennessee (pages 360-364) disprove this condition most emphatically.2

; Sevier thought that he had all passes to the Tipton home guarded from reinforcements but Tipton had already sent for them. Sevier ordered his men to charge and a battle was fought and two or three men were killed or wounded. Just as Sevier started to charge, snow fell so thick and fast that you could hardly tell one person from another and soon Major Pemberton and General Rutledge came with sufficient forces to defeat Sevier and to take eighteen prisoners, among them were three of Seviers's sons.2

; Some Historians have intimated that Col. Tipton offered to do harm to Sevier's sons, but there is no proof to this statement. They cannot support it with facts. Sons and grandsons alike deny most emphatically that the lives of Sevier's sons captured in the skirmish that followed were threatened by Tipton. Colonel J.C. Tipton in the East Tennessee Edition of Illustrated History of Tennessee 1888, sites that a man named Webb, brother of one of the men killed at that time by Sevier's party, swore vengeance upon Sevier's sons, but was severly reprimanded by Tipton and advised that the man who inflicted injury upon them would have to answer to him for such infamy--a letter from Colonel John's son, Jonathan to Lyman Draper also disproves this harsh judgement of Colonel John--in which he says: 'Seviers's sons were treated well and let go in peace.' It is a known fact in the Tipton Family that Colonel Tipton out of the generosity of his heart, gave a negro slave to the needy widow of one of the men killed.2

; In 1788, strained relations between Governor John Sevier and Colonel John Tipton had reached a point that when they finally met on the street they decided to settle their differences in the old fashioned way; It is said that Colonel Tipton was a powerful man and was soon the victor over his old enemy.2

; Afterward, Governor Sevier started to the home of Col. Tipton with some of the state troops under his control; he reached the neighborhood of Col. Tipton's house early in the morning and ordered Tipton to surrender. Tipton had about forty-five of his friends and neighbors congregated in his house to help him. When Sevier sent word for him to surrender, he sent an answer 'Hell No!', in less than two hours you will be surrendering to me!'. He had sent for reinforcements.2

Family 2

Martha Denton
Child

Citations

  1. [S964] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:662835, James & Betty Kittle (unknown location), downloaded updated 25 Aug 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:662835&id=I1097
  2. [S964] e-mail address, updated 25 Aug 2001.
  3. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  4. [S1388] Shannon Hart-Dorr, "Shannon Hart-Dorr email 25 Jul 2002," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Gregory A. Vaut, 25 Jul 2002, Colonel John Tipton was married to Martha (Denton) Moore, widow of Dr. James Moore, Shenandoah County. By her he had one son, whom he called Abraham, for his son Captain Abraham Tipton who was killed in Clark's Expedition against the Indians in 1782. Martha, is buried on his farm in Sinking Creek, on the hill above the historic old house that still stands today practically unchaged since its erection befroe 1800.. Hereinafter cited as "email 25 Jul 2002 "Tipton.""
  5. [S1388] Shannon Hart-Dorr, "email 25 Jul 2002 "Tipton"," e-mail to Gregory A. Vaut, 25 Jul 2002.

Mary Butler1

F, #22758, b. circa 1734, d. 8 June 1776
FatherThomas Butler1 b. 1713, d. Jul 1764
MotherJane Gilbert b. c 1713, d. 1782
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ5
Last Edited31 Jan 2003
     Mary Butler was born in 1732 at Cedar Creek, Shenandoah Co., Virginia, USA.2 She was born circa 1734.3 She married Col. John Tipton, son of Jonathon Tipton Jr. and Elizabeth Edwards, in 1753 at Shenandoah Co., Virginia, USA.2,1
Mary Butler died on 8 June 1776 at Shenandoah Co., Virginia, USA.1,2
     ; Individual Note: Died shortly after the birth of her 9th son Jonathan (no daughters.)2

; Mary Butler, wife of Colonel John Tipton was the daughter of Thomas Butler who was killed by the Indians on his farm near Cedar Creek, Shenandoah County, Virginia. Jonathan, son of Colonel John also states re this incident: 'Grandmother by some means made her escape from the Indians. Uncle James was exchanged as a prisoner.' This massacre, it would appear, was about 1758-1763; though some historians have listed Thomas Butler's death at the hands of Indians in 1760.2 GKJ-5.

; Cause of Death: Childbirth.2

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  2. [S964] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:662835, James & Betty Kittle (unknown location), downloaded updated 25 Aug 2001.
  3. [S906] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=ericksen, Sue Ericksen (unknown location), downloaded updated 12 Mar 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ericksen&id=I1526
  4. [S1388] Shannon Hart-Dorr, "Shannon Hart-Dorr email 25 Jul 2002," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Gregory A. Vaut, 25 Jul 2002. Hereinafter cited as "email 25 Jul 2002 "Tipton.""

Thomas Butler1

M, #22759, b. 1713, d. July 1764
FatherHenry Boteler2
MotherCatherine Lingan3
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ6
Last Edited31 Jan 2003
     Thomas Butler was born in 1713 at Ireland.4,5 He married Jane Gilbert circa 1732.6
Thomas Butler died in July 1764 at Cedar Creek, Frederick Co., Virginia, USA; killed by indians.1
     GKJ-6.

Family

Jane Gilbert b. c 1713, d. 1782
Children

William Reneau (Reno, Runo)1

M, #22760, b. 9 February 1739, d. 1798
FatherJohn Reneau2 b. 13 Apr 1715, d. 14 Jun 1806
MotherSusannah Thorne2 b. 17 Nov 1719, d. 29 Aug 1773
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ5
Last Edited26 Oct 2002
     William Reneau (Reno, Runo) was born on 9 February 1739 at Prince William, Virginia, USA.2 He married Catherine Butler on 27 May 1760 at Prince William, Virginia, USA.2
William Reneau (Reno, Runo) died in 1798 at Sevier Co., Tennessee, USA.2
     He was Baptist Minister.2 His Ancestral File Number is 56CP-V3.2 GKJ-5. William Reneau (Reno, Runo) was also known as William Reneau.2

William Reneau (Reno, Runo) lived at Prince William Co., Virginia, USA.1 He was baptized in the LDS church on 9 October 1933.2 He received his endowment on 8 February 1934.2 He was sealed as a child to , son of John Reneau and Susannah Thorne, on 14 October 1953; Unknown GEDCOM info.2

Family

Catherine Butler b. 1742, d. 1798
Children

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  2. [S961] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:265632, Thomas Reneau (unknown location), downloaded 25 Aug 2001.

Garien Patterson1

M, #22761
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ4
Last Edited2 Feb 2003
     GKJ-4.

Garien Patterson lived at Buffalo Creek, Cedar Co., Tennessee, USA.1

Family

Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

John Wright1

M, #22762, b. 9 January 1790, d. 22 June 1876
FatherThomas Wright1 b. 15 Feb 1760, d. 6 Sep 1829
MotherEleanor Bogart1 b. 1 Jul 1767, d. 24 Jun 1854
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ3
Last Edited25 Aug 2002
     John Wright was buried at Johnson City, Washington Co., Tennessee, USA.1

He was born on 9 January 1790.1 He married Barbara Range, daughter of Peter Range and Elizabeth Ronimus, on 14 December 1817 at Washington Co., Tennessee, USA; Barbara Range was 1st wife to John Wright.1,2
John Wright died on 22 June 1876 at Johnson City, Washington Co., Tennessee, USA, at age 86.1
     GKJ-3.

Family

Barbara Range b. 8 Oct 1787, d. 15 Dec 1847
Children

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  2. [S893] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=roncarlton, Ron Carlton (unknown location), downloaded updated 10 Nov 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=roncarlton&id=I33547
  3. [S893] e-mail address, updated 10 Nov 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=roncarlton&id=I33549

Barbara Range1

F, #22763, b. 8 October 1787, d. 15 December 1847
FatherPeter Range1 b. 26 Mar 1749, d. Dec 1817
MotherElizabeth Ronimus1 b. c 1755, d. c 1832
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ3
Last Edited25 Aug 2002
     Barbara Range was born on 8 October 1787 at Knob Creek, Washington Co., Tennessee, USA.1,2,3 She married John Wright, son of Thomas Wright and Eleanor Bogart, on 14 December 1817 at Washington Co., Tennessee, USA; Barbara Range was 1st wife to John Wright.1,4
Barbara Range died on 15 December 1847 at age 60.1
Barbara Range was buried after 15 December 1847 at Wright Family Cemetery, Buffalo, Unico Co., Tennessee, USA.3


     GKJ-3.

Family

John Wright b. 9 Jan 1790, d. 22 Jun 1876
Children

Thomas Wright1

M, #22764, b. 15 February 1760, d. 6 September 1829
FatherWilliam Wright1 d. bt 1801 - 1802
MotherMartha (?)1
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ4
Last Edited25 Aug 2002
     Thomas Wright was born on 15 February 1760 at Berkely Co., Virginia, USA.1 He married Eleanor Bogart, daughter of Samuel Bogart Sr. and Catherine Range, on 15 January 1789 at Washington Co., Tennessee, USA.1,2
Thomas Wright died on 6 September 1829 at Carter Co., Tennessee, USA, at age 69.1
     GKJ-4.

Family

Eleanor Bogart b. 1 Jul 1767, d. 24 Jun 1854
Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  2. [S893] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=roncarlton, Ron Carlton (unknown location), downloaded updated 10 Nov 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=roncarlton&id=I33545

Eleanor Bogart1

F, #22765, b. 1 July 1767, d. 24 June 1854
FatherSamuel Bogart Sr.1 b. 1724
MotherCatherine Range1 b. 27 Feb 1741
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ4
Last Edited25 Aug 2002
     Eleanor Bogart was born on 1 July 1767 at Virginia, USA.1 She married Thomas Wright, son of William Wright and Martha (?), on 15 January 1789 at Washington Co., Tennessee, USA.1,2
Eleanor Bogart died on 24 June 1854 at Carter Co., Tennessee, USA, at age 86.1
     GKJ-4.

Family

Thomas Wright b. 15 Feb 1760, d. 6 Sep 1829
Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  2. [S893] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=roncarlton, Ron Carlton (unknown location), downloaded updated 10 Nov 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=roncarlton&id=I33545

William Wright1

M, #22766, d. between 1801 and 1802
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ5
Last Edited25 Aug 2002
     William Wright married Martha (?)1
William Wright died between 1801 and 1802.1
     William Wright left a will at Bourbon Co., Kentucky, USA.1 GKJ-5.

Family

Martha (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Martha (?)1

F, #22767
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ5
Last Edited25 Aug 2002
     Martha (?) married William Wright.1
     GKJ-5.

Family

William Wright d. bt 1801 - 1802
Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.

Samuel Bogart Sr.1

M, #22768, b. 1724
FatherCornelius Bogaert1 b. 3 Sep 1682
MotherCornelia Delamater2 b. 19 Feb 1685
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ5
Last Edited25 Jan 2003
     Samuel Bogart Sr. died at Carter Co. or Washington Co., Virginia, USA.1 He was born in 1724 at Amwell, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey, USA.3 He was christened on 27 September 1724 at Readington, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey, USA.3 He married Catherine Range, daughter of Noah Range and Elizabeth Coons, circa 1760 at Somerset Co., New Jersey, USA.1,3
     GKJ-5. Samuel Bogart Sr. was resealed at Shenandoah Co., Virginia, USA.

Family

Catherine Range b. 27 Feb 1741
Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  2. [S893] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=roncarlton, Ron Carlton (unknown location), downloaded updated 10 Nov 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=roncarlton&id=I33542
  3. [S893] e-mail address, updated 10 Nov 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=roncarlton&id=I33544

Cornelius Bogaert1

M, #22769, b. 3 September 1682
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ6
Last Edited31 Jan 2003
     Cornelius Bogaert was christened on 3 September 1682 at Albany, Albany Co., New York, USA.2 He married Cornelia Delamater, daughter of Jan/Johannes Delamater and Ruth R. Waldron, on 27 May 1704 at Kingston, Ulster Co., New York, USA.3
     GKJ-6.

Cornelius Bogaert lived at New York, USA; per GK Jone: "likely New York family of Bogart."1

Family

Cornelia Delamater b. 19 Feb 1685
Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  2. [S893] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=roncarlton, Ron Carlton (unknown location), downloaded updated 10 Nov 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=roncarlton&id=I33543
  3. [S893] e-mail address, updated 10 Nov 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=roncarlton&id=I33542

Catherine Range1

F, #22770, b. 27 February 1741
FatherNoah Range1 b. 1 Oct 1713, d. a Apr 1754
MotherElizabeth Coons1 b. 17 Mar 1715, d. 21 Nov 1771
ChartsAncestors - John M. Jones, III
ReferenceGKJ5
Last Edited25 Jan 2003
     Catherine Range was born on 27 February 1741 at Somerset Co., New Jersey, USA.1,2 She married Samuel Bogart Sr., son of Cornelius Bogaert and Cornelia Delamater, circa 1760 at Somerset Co., New Jersey, USA.1,3
     GKJ-5.

Family

Samuel Bogart Sr. b. 1724
Child

Citations

  1. [S836] GK Jones ancestry, Gregg K Jones ms 17 Nov 2001, 17/22 Nov 2001, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
  2. [S892] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=lawrencehardin, Lawrence Glenn Hardin (unknown location), downloaded updated 6 Oct 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=lawrencehardin&id=I00146
  3. [S893] e-mail address, online http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=roncarlton, Ron Carlton (unknown location), downloaded updated 10 Nov 2001, http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=roncarlton&id=I33544