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John & Alce Major Waller of Maryland and some of their descendants

Beulah Kenisell Waller

John & Alce Major Waller of Maryland and some of their descendants

a history of one branch of the Waller family from Delaware and the Maryland-Virginia Eastern Shore

by Beulah Kenisell Waller

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Published by B.K. Waller in Pueblo, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Waller family.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Other titlesJohn and Alce Major Waller of Maryland and some of their descendants.
    Statementcompiled by Beulah Kenisell Waller from materials gathered by Waller Bailey of South Carolina ....
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.W225 1980
    The Physical Object
    Pagination266 p., [6] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages266
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4172557M
    LC Control Number80155670

    Benjamin Longley of Baltimore, MD Updated 4 Jan Thanks to the late Joanne Elizabaeth Weidman McFadden, we know that the other Longleys who came to Loudoun Co., VA, overlapping some with ours, were children of her ancestor, Benjamin Longley, Sr., of Baltimore Co., Maryland. This publication gives us the history of John and his descendants in the male line through eleven additional generations. It give us descendants of the female lines through one additional generation. An original proprietor of Hartford, Connecticut (), John Hopkins is said to have arrived in Newtown (Cambridge), Massachusetts, in

    Calvert Family Tree George Calvert (/) 1st Lord Baltimore Anne Mynne () married Joan (? -?) married (?) Cecil Calvert () 2nd Lord Baltimore 1st Proprietor of Maryland Calvert Family Tree Anne Arundell (? . The Smoots of Maryland and Virginia: a Genealogical History of William Smute, Boatright, of Hampton, Virginia, and Pickawaxon, Maryland, with a history of his descendants to the present generation, by Harry Wright Newman (Washington, ).xv + pages, including a .

    Some families are followed beyond , including a number who vacated Maryland. In cases of families whose male lines have died out, Mr. Barnes traces the female lines for one or two generations; where colonial women married two or multiple times, the author traces the descendants of all their marriages. John, Jr., and Catharine Bethiah (Breese) Sharps made their home, throughout the remainder of their lives, on this property. The ferry was operated continuously under the ownership of John Sharps, Jr., until his death and was operated by his son, James Sharps, .


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To third son, Thomas Coffin, all my land. To eldest dau. Rachel Coffan, her bed & her mothers side saddle. To youngest dau. Amey Coffan, a bed & 6 pewter plates. To youngest son, William Coffan, a bed & my hand mill, he to be free to work at my death & to bargain when he is The following information is from the book, "History and Genealogy of the Caples Family and Allied Families of Maryland" by Edwards, Thompson and England, "John Cole, father of William Cole and the grandfather of Aliese Cole Caples, was born about and died aboutwhen he made his en: Sarah J.

Gil (Cole), Ruth Hawkins, Christopher Cole, George Cole, Samuel Cole. Joseph was born c, probably in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, the first son of John Cole and Johanna Garrett who were married in at Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Their daughter, Elizabeth, was born in the 's at Anne Arundel County, Maryland.

Marriage. Joseph married in at Baltimore County, Maryland to Susannah Darwell. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and   George Bailey of Maryland and some of his descendants by Margaret Gerhart Woolf,M.G.

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Citations [] William Waller Hening, The Statutes at Large being a collection of all the Laws of Virginia, Vol. 6, p. (An Act for vesting seven hundred acres of land, with the appurtenances, lying on Cherristone's Creek, in the parish of Hungar's and the county of Northampton, in Littleton Eyre, Gent.

in fee-simple)[] Mrs. Virginia Armistead Garber, The Armistead Family. John (of Luke) Manlove was named in a division of land on 9 February at Lewes, Sussex Co, DE.

Arbitors awarded to George Walton a tract of acres, The Point and 2 lots in Lewes and to John Manlove, a., in the division of land of Walton Huling, dec'd., of Sussex Co., in the right of their wives.

2 Death* before 6 May Resid. legatees my wf, son Edward, dau Margaret Burton, dau Esther Pugh, and my 2 grchn John and Sarah Robins.

Wf and sons Edward Robins and William Burton exrs. wit George Lynch, John Wheeler, Elizabeth Milling, John Williams, Major Guy (x), Francis Sampson, John Wilkins Watts, Peggy Sampson (x). fr Wills & Invs XXVI-R No On 27 October (Deed B page ), William Cole, Jr., and wife Anne of Harrison County, Virginia, sold their acres in Fauquier County to John Pencoast.

William Cole, Jr., had already come to Barbour County and on 20 October bought acres on Fox Grape Run for $1, from Preston and Sarah Beck.