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Download Capt. James Gibson and Anna Belle, his wife and their descendants
James Gibson (), of Scottish lineage, immigrated in from Ireland to Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, and served in the Revolu- tionary War. He married Anna Bella Dixon, and the family moved to Youngstown, Ohio in Descendants and relati. Capt. James Gibson and Anna Belle, his wife and their descendants: pioneers of Youngstown, Ohio.
James died in and Anna Belle in When Oak Hill Cemetery opened they were re-interred in that cemetery. Their son Robert Gibson, who had lived with them, continued to reside on the farm, eventually building his own home. Eventually two of his children, Samuel and John owned their own portions within the plat, inherited from their father.
The following is abstracted from a small pamphlet titled "Capt. James Gibson and Anna Belle, his wife and their descendents. Pioneers of Youngstown, Ohio" found in the National Genealogical Society Library, (rare) CSG By the way, all 3 of his children, his wife, and his parents, and all of his siblings are all linked here, making this family "gathering" complete.
"James A. Gibson was a Capt. of reserve troops in and like the whole famly was patriotic and energetic in support of the : Indian Hill Cemetery, Chapman, Dickinson. Descendants of John Gibson. The family tree of the 76 page report written by Larry C.
Comer. Generation No. John Gibson was born in Middlesex County Virginia, the son of James Gibson and Elizabeth "Isabella" Crosby; died Bef. May in Campbell County Georgia. He married (1) Unkown Abt. He married (2) Clarissa "Clary" Matthews J in Warren.
James Gibson of Vancouver, WA, passed away January 5, He was born in Portland, OR to John and Gertrude Gibson and went to Jefferson High School. James served in the U.S. Air Force between - He moved to Alaska with his family in and worked as a bush pilot, then as a captain of the Jets for Reeve Aleutian Airways for Vardy and his descendants have been well documented through Melungeon research.
Many of the others, believed to be very close kin to Vardy, are not as well known. Lewis, Meredith, David and Griffin are the ancestors of the authors, and what is known of these men and their descendants will be the subjects of this writing. Edward1, born sayreceived a slave named Judy by his father's will.
He left a 10 April Charles City County will, proved 7 Juneby which he left Israel Brown his carpenter's and cooper's tools, his slave Judy to his wife Anna Gibson, and named his daughters Rebecca Gibson and Tabitha Ellet. His wife was executor [DW]. The image is Lord Alexander Gibson, Fifth Baron, First Lord Durie inFirst Lord Baronet inand Lord Clerk Register in [Many of the early Gibsons as loyal followers of John Knox, played a significant part in the Protestant Reformation in Scotland, the establishment of the Church of Scotland and the worldwide Presbyterian Church, especially after ] (ref.) [Many early.
Will in Test. Ebor. iv, 9, and dated 12 February, 1 Hen. VII., proved 21 November,directs that he should be buried "in the Mynster of Seynt Peter, afore awre Lady," mentions his brother Thomas, his wife Mald, hs sons James and Richard, and his daughter Katheryn.
= ELIZABETH, dau. and co-heiress of Bryan de la River, by a sisster and heir. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Full text of "Ancestors and descendants of Captain John James and Esther Denison of Preston, Connecticut".
James Gibson ( – ) was a British ship captain who became a merchant in the British colonies of Jamaica and the Province of Massachusetts King George's War(–), William Shirley, the Governor of Massachusetts, debated whether to siege and capture the French fortress of Louisburg on Cape Breton Island, Nova ing to Gibson's journal, he convinced Governor.
From: 6 Geroge Washington GIBSON / 7 Robert GIBSON / 8 Judith GIBSON (wife of Joseph GIBSON) / 9 John GIBSON / 10 James GIBSON / 13 Elias PARKMAN, Capt. (his wife was 13 Sarah TRASK) Elias Parkman, Capt.
was born ABTand died 18 AUG in Wapping, London, ENG. He married Sarah Trask 13 OCT in Salem, MA, daughter of William. They built a temporary log cabin while they worked to clear the heavily forested land to farm it.
His wife Anna Belle was a charter member of First Presbyterian Church. (Source: Captain James Gibson and His Wife, Anna Belle and Their Descendants Pioneers of Youngstown, O.).
Thomas Gibson "alias Mingo Jackson was married to Lucy Gibson. Twice Thomas Gibson sued 'other free Black women'' once for forcibly detaining his wife and once for 'seducing and detaining her from his bed and board.' (57) (57) - RSP Box 32 Office Judgement and Dismissions Bundle Gibson.
James F. Gibson was born in Scotland, probably in Details of his life are sketchy, but he possibly immigrated to America with fellow Scot Alexander Gardner in He first appears in U.S. records on the Census, which lists him and his wife, Elizabeth, as Washington, D.C., residents, and his employer as Mathew Brady.
James Gibson was born either in Hanover or Halifax Co., Va. James Gibson and his father, Valentine Gibson are in Surly Co, NC in John Deathrages's district on July of He md Sarah probably in in Surry Co., N.C. On 2 Sep there was a deed for Garrett (sp) Gibson which included James Gibson's plantation in Surry Co., N.C.
Descendants of Edward Jones, who came to Virginia prior to Captain James Jones () married Charity Alston (b. ), the daughter of Solomon Alston. James Jones was the son of Edward Jones III of Isle of Wight Co., Virginia and died in New Bern, N.C. and his wife, Abigail Sugan (b.
), a French Huguenot. He was a Captain in North Carolina militia. Walter Pumphary Plaintiff, Samuell Gibson and Ludia his wife Defendants. Defendants did not appear, debt declared for, debt being 49s.
3d of 9th moneth, Feb 20 -- Samuell Gibson appear'd as his (William Fennymore's) Security. Nov Execution of estate of Edward Andrews -- Henry Grubb and Samuell Gibson present.
Feb John Hell Fire Jack Rogers By Tammy Owen Octo at It's been a while since anyone posted this line and there are always new reserachers. So I wanted to start this string to get a discussion going and maybe add to or correct what is listed 's just a starting point, so don't state the below as fact.
She died Septem and he died February, 10, Johnson Thompson married January 5, Eliza Christine Taylor born October 6, He died April 7, and she died Febru Their son James Allen Thompson born inmarried Johnanna Bell Buffington, born Febru She died Octo iSSl and he died in October. He was a freeman of Connecticut Colony indeeds land to Christopher Youngs inand to Samuel King and others at various times.
Anna, his wife, witnesses deeds in– On 19 February,he makes his will, appointing his brother Joseph devisee and his. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Jeremiah Johnson and Thomazin Blanchard Johnson, his wife, an account of their lineage from John Alden, Thomas Blanchard, Samuel Bass, Thomas Thayer, Isaac Johnson, and James Gibson".
Robert Rogers (7 November – 18 May ) was an American colonial served in the British army during both the French and Indian War and the American the French and Indian War, Rogers raised and commanded the famous Rogers' Rangers, trained for raiding and close combat behind enemy lines.
Captain John Babcock, son of John and Mary Lawton Babcock was born in Westerly in He was admitted a freeman Febru and died there Ma He married his first cousin Mary Champlin, the daughter of William and Mary Babcock Champlin. James and Julia had 11 or 12 children, exact order uncertain, per several of his descendants, who also reported that James died at Wichita Falls, Wichita Co., TX in Another researcher, Chuck Fulkerson, states James was born on "AugKnoxville, Knox County, TN" and died "MaStephenville, Erath County, TX.".
Nelson 2 GIBSON I. (Ziba 1). He was born ca. probably in Scotland but perhaps VA. He died on 8 Jul in Richmond Co. He married Sarah WILLIAMS, the daughter of John Williams, ca. She was born ca. and died ca. "Last Will of Nelson Gibson, was probated in Richmond County, in July ; recorded in Will Book No.
Rev. 13 JuneGen. CAPTAIN THOMAS GRAVES. Settler of Jamestown, Virginia, and His Descendants (ca. ) COMMENTS. This genealogy is gradually being revised as a result of the findings of the Graves/Greaves DNA Study. In this version, one section that is not descended from Capt.
Thomas Graves has been removed and put in a separate genealogy (gen.John Graves of. by Chancellor Joseph Gibson Hoyt, gr. son of Capt. Joseph Gibson: *O think not that the life is lost Which wanders from your sight afar ; The star though hid behind the cloud Is still a bright and shining star.'* By Mehitable Calef Coppenhagen Wilson.
John Gibson of Cambridge, Massachusetts, and his descendants, A Brink Book: Some Descendants of Lambert Huybertse and His Wife Hendrikje Cornelisse (the American Progenitors of the Early Brink Family) From Wageningen, Gelderland, Holland-In to New Amsterdam on The Faith.
Ocala, Florida: Powell-Shanafelt Family History Books, [S] Bowman, George Ernest. "Washburn Notes.". He was born Feb.
in Augusta County, Va. He enlisted while a resident of Washington County, N. in May and served six months as a private in Capt. James Gibson's company, Col John Sevier's North Carolina Regiment.
He enlisted again in June and served six months as a private in Capt. James Gibson's and Capt. Nathaniel Davis' Company. James Neale (James 3, Captain James 1) was born in and died aboutabout age James married Elizabeth Probably Hagan.
James next married Jane Boarman, daughter of William Boarman and Jane Neale. Henry Neale (James 3, Captain James 1) was born in and died aboutabout age 15 Sep James IVEY of Bladen Co to James Adair, doctor, acres in the fork of the Little Pedee River, on the east side of Mitchells Creek being land granted to Jordan Gibson on 1 Julyconveyed to John Wootan on 25 September then to Ben Davis on 16 July then to James Ivey on 26 July 8 January Gideon Gibson made a deed of gift to Mary Holland (his daughter.
Northampton County, N.C., Deed Book 6, Pages Sept. Signatures on the Deed, James and Martha and James and Keziah. (James Norton Sr and his wife Martha Hathcock.) (James Norton Jr and his wife Keziah) Data from State Census of.
This family has its origins in the goldfields around Ballarat, Victoria, Australia in the 's. From there James Swinton took his wife, Agnes Young Thompson, and family to Melboune, Victoria where their descendants have remained.
Sequence: SWINTON: Chart 7 > > 9. According to the South Carolina Census, Capt. Jacob Cooper had in his household himself, his wife, 3 white males under the age of 16, 5 free white females, 2 other free persons and 4 slaves.
John Cooper, son of Jacob and Rebecca, filed for partition of his father's land (filed in ; heard ; filed in Court of Common Pleas of Chester. 01 Aug — Issac McQUOWN and Ann, his wife, sold their 75 acres to James ORR (therefore, making James ORR the owner of all of the above ½ acres).
Deed ordered to be recorded 21 Aug [Source: Wash. Co., VA Deed Book ]. Felix served in the Revolutionary War as a private, enlisting on March 4, His name appears on the Roll of Captain James Ross' Company, 1st Continental Line of Pennsylvania, Morgan's Rifle Regiment Co., payroll of Captain James Parr's Co.
of Riflemen in the detached Regiment commanded by Col. Daniel Morgan (Nov. and Dec. ) and January, February, March, April, and July ofcompany.
Descendants of James Blount. Click here to view in a separate window the endnotes of Descendants of James Blount. Generation No. JAMES 1 BLOUNT 1,2,3 was born Abt. in England, and died in Chowan Precinct, Albermarle County, North Carolina. He married (1) UNKNOWN 4 Abt. in England. He married (2) ANNA WILLIX RASCOE 5 Aft.
John, his pregnant wife and their three small girls returned to near the new cabin in March ofstopping at a little schoolhouse where James, the oldest son was born. The farm, located on the Kittanning and East Brady road near the Midway Presbyterian Church, through the years was known as the "Brown family" farm.The children of Gavin Witherspoon all gave distinguished service in the Revolutionary War: John and Gavin as captains, and Robert and William as private soldiers, while two of his daughters married the Colonels Ervin, who ranked next to Marion in his Brigade-Captain James Witherspoon, son of Robert and Elizabeth Heathly, was born Ma The Tullis Tracer is a family-tree newsletter that was published from to by Donald and Linda (Tullis) Moran.
It contains many very interesting articles and photos of some of our Tullis ancestors. A couple of years ago I came in contact with Don Moran and received his permission to publish these newsletters to the Web so that more researchers could benefit from their contents.