Scott Lines to Clay

 by June Shaputis

 

 

1.         Hugh III de Baliol #4922 b. abt 1182, of Richmond, Aberdeen, Scotland,[1] m. Cecily de la Fontaine #4923, b. abt 1186, of Richmond, Aberdeen, Scotland.  Hugh died 1228.

                                 Children:

                2.          i          John de Baliol #4924.

 

Second Generation

 

2.         John de Baliol #4924 (1.Hugh1) occupation Lord of Barnard Castle, m. 1233, Devorgilda #4921, b. of Fotheringhay, (daughter of Alan McDougal #4920 and Margaret "le Scot" #4917) d. 1289,[2] buried: Abbey, Duice Cor.  John died 1269,[3] buried: Barnard Castle, Durham, England.  His heart was buried with his wife in the Abbey at Dulce Cor "Sweetheart Abbey ." He and Devorgilda founded Baliol College in Oxford, Oxford, Eng. He and his son-in-law, Comyn of Badenoch, were Regents of Scotland during the minority of Alexander III, King of Scots and his Queen, Margaret, who was a sister to King Edward I of England. Devorgilda: Countess of Huntingdon and Lady of Fotheringhay Castle where she mainly reside d. She was buried with the heart of her husband. Founded Baliol College in Oxford, Eng.

                                 Children:

                             i          John Baliol, King of Scotland #4925.

                             ii       Alexander Baliol #4926 occupation Chamberlain of Scotland,  Baron Baliol.

                            iii          Mary Baliol #4927 occupation md John Comyn "the Black".  Her husband was Lord of Badenoch, co-Regent of Scotland with his father-in-law , John de Baliol during minority of Alexander III, King of Scots.

                3.          iv          William Baliol "le Scot" #4928.

 

Third Generation

 

3.         William Baliol "le Scot" #4928 (2.John2, 1.Hugh1) m. ___ ___ #4929.  William died 1313,[4] buried: Monastery of Whitefriars Observance in,  Canterbury, Kent, England.  Clerk to the Chancery to his brother, Alexander who was Chamberlain of Scot. Held land in Rape of Hastings. He dropped the surname Baliol in later life.

                                 Children:

                4.          i          John le Scot #1275.

 

Fourth Generation

 

4.         John le Scot #1275 (3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) m. N. N. #1276.  John died c 1348.

                                 Children:

                5.          i          Sir William Scot #1277.

 

Fifth Generation

 

5.         Sir William Scot #1277 (4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. of Brabourne, Kent, Eng,[5] occupation Chief Justice of England, m. N. N. #1278.  Sir died 1350, buried: Brabourne, Kent, Eng,  Knight Marshal of England.

                                 Children:

                6.          i          Michael Scot #1279.

 

Sixth Generation

 

6.         Michael Scot #1279 (5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. of Brabourne, Kent, Eng,[6] m. Emma --- #1280.  Michael died c 1361, buried: Brabourne, Kent, Eng.  1332 at the battle of Dupplyn when his cousin Edw. Baliol was crowned King of Scotland - taken prisoner 1332 at battle of Dursene when Edw. lost the throne to Robert le Bruce.

                                 Children:

                7.          i          William Scot #1281.

 

Seventh Generation

 

7.         William Scot #1281 (6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. of Brabourne, Kent, England, m. Mascella (Matilda) --- #1282.  William buried: church, Brabourne, Kent, England.

                                 Children:

                8.          i          Sir John Scot #1283.

 

Eighth Generation

 

8.         Sir John Scot #1283 (7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. of Brabourne, Kent, England,[7] occupation Lt. of Dover Castle 1399-, m. N. N. de Cumbe #1284, b. of Cumbe Manor, Brabourne, Kent, Eng, (daughter of William de Cumbe #1286 and N. N. #1287). Sir died abt 1413, buried: church, Brabourne, Kent, England,  Member of Parliment for Hythe, Kent 1384.  Dover Castle Lt. 1399-1413 (Henry IV); Member of Parliment for Hythe, Kent in 1384 N.: Heiress of Cumbe Manor; father had no male issue.

                                 Children:

                9.          i          Sir William Scott #1285.

 

Ninth Generation

 

9.         Sir William Scott #1285 (8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. of Scot's Hall, Brabourne, Kent, England,[8] occupation Sheriff of Kent 1413, '29, m. Isabel Herbert #1288, b. of Netherfield, East Sussex, Eng,[9] (daughter of Vincent (Ffinch) Herbert #692 and Isabel Cralle #693) d. 20 Nov 1457, buried: church, Brabourne, Kent, England.  Sir died Feb 1433, Brabourne, Kent, England, buried: church, Brabourne, Kent, England,  Knight of the Shire 1431.  Isabel: Her father was the ancestor of the Earls of Winchelsea and Nottingham.

                                 Children:

                10.        i          Sir John Scot #1289.

 

Tenth Generation

 

10.       Sir John Scot #1289 (9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. of Scot's Hall, Brabourne, Kent, England, occupation Govenor of Dover Castle, m. Agnes de Beaufitz #1290, b. of the Grange, Gillingham, Kent, Eng, (daughter of William de Beaufitz #1293 and Elizabeth --- #1294) d. by 4 Jul 1487, buried: church, Brabourne, Kent, England.  Sir died 17 Oct 1485, Brabourne, Kent, England, buried: church, Brabourne, Kent, England,  Comptroller of household of Edward IV.  Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, Sheriff of Kent, Ambassador to Burgundy, Chamberlain to Ed. V, Prince of Wales. Agnes: will dated 25 Mar 1487, probated 4 Jul 1487

                                 Children:

                11.        i          Sir William Scott #1291.

 

Eleventh Generation

 

11.       Sir William Scott #1291 (10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. of Scott's Hall, Brabourne, Kent, Eng, occupation High Sheriff of Kent, m. Sybilla Lewknor #1292, (daughter of Sir John Lewknor #1297 and Johanna Halsham #1298). Sir died 24 Aug 1524,[10] buried: church, Brabourne, Kent, England,  Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports.  High Sheriff of Kent, 1491, 1502, 1515, 1517; Constable of Dover Castle Sybilla: As heiress, she brought lands in Appledore, Iden & Romney Marsh - the manors of Stophams, Stevens (aka Pounds) - Barony of Bircholt - she descends from the de Valences, Comyns of Badenoch, Duchess of Athol & Halshams.

                                 Children:

                12.        i          Sir John Scott #417 b. bef 1501.

 

Twelfth Generation

 

12.       Sir John Scott #417 (11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. bef 1501, of Scot's Hall, Braborne, Kent, England,[11] occupation High Sheriff of Kent 1528, m. 2.   1528, Anne (Amy) Pympe #418, b. by 1485, (daughter of Reginald de Pympe #419 and Elizabeth Pashley #420) d. betw 1530-1540,  only child and heiress.  Sir died bef 1534,[12]  Knighted 1520.  Crest = or, and a bend oz, a mullet of six points between two crescents, ar. in chief a boarhead coupled, gu: a border of the last - a boarhead coupled, gu holding in the mouth a sheaf of arrows ppr; Knight of the Kings body guard in 1515-1518, Knighted by the Prince of Castile 1520; descended from Sir William Baliol le Scot, bro. to Alex de Baliol of Cavers, Chamberlain of Scotland 1287 -1296, son of Henry de Baliol, Chamberlain of Scotland & wf Lora de Valoignes, coheiress of de Valoignes Barony. (p. 286-87 of 1952 N.E.H.&G.R.) Anne: Visitations of Kent, 1530/31 p 17; Visitations of Kent 1574 p 30; Visitations of Kent 1619 p 128 & 168. Charlemagne, Alfred the Great and Other Ancestors by James T Mitchell says she was heir to her mother in respect of the manor of Evegate in Smeeth, etc, and on the reversal of the attainder in 1485 of John Gower of Clapham, her great uncle, she became his heir. Only child. Chart

                                 Children:

                13.        i          Sir Reginald Scott #415.

 

Thirteenth Generation

 

13.       Sir Reginald Scott #415 (12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. Scott's Hall, Brabourn, Kent, England, occupation High Sheriff of Kent 1542, m. (1) 1528, Mary Tuke #416, b. of Layer Marney, Essex, England, (daughter of Sir Bryan Tuke #757 and unknown #758) d. living 1555,  only daughter and Heiress, m. (2) Emelyn Kempe #737.  Sir died 16 Dec 1554/5, will dated 4 Sep 1554, prob 13 Feb 1555,[13]  Capt. of Calais & Sangatte 1542.  Vistitations of Kent 1663-1668 p. 145; Visitations of Essex, Vol 1 p. 137, Vol II p. 610; F. H. Kemp, A General History of the Kemp & Kempe Families of Great Britain & Her Colonies (1902) p. 24-5; James Renat Scott, Scotts of Scott's Hall (use with care);- researcher: James W. G. MacClamroch, of Greensboro, NC. VA Hist. Mag. Vol II p 71; Wurts p. 970, 1751 or 1761, 1830, 1831, 1964, 2765, 968-970 Chap. 23; Hasted: History of Kent Vol II p. 292; Burke's Commoners Vol IV p 742; Burke's Ext & Dorm Baron. p 32, 261, 519; Weis: Magna Carta Sureties Mary: inherited from her mother: manor of Evegate in Smeeth, etc.; inherited from her uncle (in reversal of attainder in 1485) John Gower of Clapham. J.J. Scarisbrick: Henry VIII p. 39, 210, 211, 229; Visitations of Essex 1612 Vol I p. 137, Vol III p 612; Colonial Families of the US by Wurts p. 173

                                 Children by Mary Tuke:

                14.        i          Mary (Marie) Scott #414.

                             ii       William Scott #2163  md Mary Howard, dau of Chas. Howard.  ambassador to Turkey and Florence

                            iii          Catherine Scott #2164  md pre 1568, to John Baker of London.

                                       Children by Emelyn Kempe:

                            iv          Sir Thomas Scott #738 b. Scott's Hall, Braborne, Kent, England, occupation Sheriff of Kent 1576, d. 30 Dec 1594,  Comptroller of Q. Eliz. Household.

                             v          Charles Scott #739 b. of Egerton, Godmersham, Kent, England.

                            vi          ?Elizabeth Scott #2162.

 

Fourteenth Generation

 

14.       Mary (Marie) Scott #414 (13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. Scotts Hall, Kent, England, m. (1) in East Sutton, Kent, England, Richard Argall #413, b. of East Sutton, Kent, England, (son of Thomas Argall, Esq. #759 and Margaret Tallakarne #760) occupation 2nd Lord East Sutton 1575, d. 1588, East Sutton, Kent, England, buried: E Sutton Church, East Sutton, Kent, England, m. (2) 17 Apr 1593, in England,  no issue, Lawrence Washington #766, d. 21 Dec 1619.  Mary died 1605, buried: ?All Saints?, ?Maidstone, Kent, England,  md 2. Laurence Washington, no issue.  Richard: COLONIAL FAMILIES IN THE UNITED STATES, Wurts p. 1964; Weis, THE MAGNA CHARTA SURETIES, 1215 3rd & 4th ed.; Withington, VIRGINIA GLEANINGS IN ENGLAND; THE VISITATIONS OF ESSEX, 1612 Vol. I;  Hasted, KENT, Vol. II; Waters, GENEALOGI- CAL GLEANINGS IN ENGLAND Vol. I & II; Wotten's BARONETAGE Vol. III; Burke's COMMONERS Vol. 4 the ancient seat of the family was Herst Manor, Otterden Parish, Kent, in Ed II until Eliz. I when Robt. Filmer moved to Little Charleton, E. Sutton.

                                 Children by Richard Argall:

                15.        i          Elizabeth Argall #412 b. c 1570/75.

                             ii       Thomas Argall #765 b. England, d. by 16 Mar 1605, buried: East Sutton, Kent, England,  married Katherine ---; no issue.  Withington, VIRGINIA GLEANINGS IN ENGLAND pps. 664, 665; will proved 16 Mar 1604/05, dated 10 Dec 1604

                            iii          Sir Reginald Argall #767 occupation knighted 1606, d. by 2 Dec 1611, ?Highham Hill, Walthamstowe, Essex, Eng,  md. Anne Cheyney; no issue.  knighted at Hampton Court 1606; his wife had children from previous marriage will proved 2 Dec 1611

                            iv          Richard Argall #768 d. by 14 Nov 1614, ?Colchester, Essex, England,  not married?.  will proved 14 Nov 1614

                             v          Sir Samuel Argall #769 b. ca 1572, Bristol, England, occupation Govenor of Virginia, d. 24 Jan 1625/6, buried: at sea?,  knighted 1622 at Rochester; not married.  Weis p. 97, came to VA as a trader in 1609; Waters Vol II p. 925. He captured Pocahantas.

                            vi          John Argall #770 d. alive 1635, of Much Baddow, Essex, Eng,  md by 1610, md. Sarah Grante; they had 3 children.

                            vii          Catherine Argall #771 d. alive May 1625, husband of Horton, Kent, England,  had issue, md. Randolph (Raynold) Bathurst, Esq.  Water's Gen. Gleanings in Eng. p. 919, 924

                            viii          Jane Argall #772 d. alive 1635, husb. of Roshall, Lancenshire, Eng.,  md. pre 1619, md. Sir Paul Fleetwood; had issue.

                             ix          Sarah Argall #773 d. alive 1635,  md. ---- Jenkinson.

                             x          Samuel Argall #774.

                             xi          Margaret Argall #775 buried: husb. of Aylesford, Kent, England,  md. Edm. Randolfe, Esq.

                            xii          Mary Argall #776 buried: husb. of Wye, Kent, England,  md. Raynold Kempe, Esq.

 

Fifteenth Generation

 

15.       Elizabeth Argall #412 (14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. c 1570/75, Kent, England, m. 1585 (44 years), Sir Edward Filmer #411, b. c 17 Jan 1566, of East Sutton, Kent, England, (son of Robert Filmer #763 and Frances Chester #764) occupation Lord of Charleton Manor, d. 2 Nov 1629, East Sutton, Kent, England,[14] buried: monument in, East Sutton Church, E. Sutton, Kent, Eng,  18 children.  Elizabeth died 9 Aug 1638, buried: East Sutton ch., East Sutton, Kent, Eng.  Weis: Magna Carta Sureties 1215 4th ed page 147; Robert Clutterbuck: History of Hertfordshire, Vol 1 page 172 for Filmer chart.; sister to Samuel Argall the Govenor or VA 1617-19; resided in Maidstone, Kent; will proved 16 Aug 1638 buried beside husband; Charlemagne, Alfred the Great and Other Ancestors by James T. Mitchell chart 1313 Sir: Wurts page 1964; resided Colledgehouse, Maidstone; Nicholls in Chartham, Otter den & Romney Marsh; knighted 23 July 1603; sheriff of Kent, 1616; will proved 5 Dec 1629(39?); Withington page 395; 9 sons, 9 daughters.; Knight Lord of Charleton Manor, E. Sutton parish, Kent.; Noble & Gentlemen of England by E P Shirley p. 108 say Filmers anciently seated at Manor of Herst, parish of Otter dan, Eng in Ed II till time of Elizabeth when Robt Filmer, son of James, moved to Little Charleton, E. Sutton; Visitations of Kent 1619

                                 Children:

                16.        i          Elizabeth Filmer #2556.

                17.        ii       Sir Robert Filmer #1813.

                            iii          Sir Edward Filmer #2557 d. alive Mar 1651, East Sutton, Kent, England.  mentioned in Debora Fleete's will, Withingtone page 567; father gave lands & houses in Darrant ather his mother dies.

                            iv          John Filmer #2558 b. England.  father gave houses and lands in Yalding; in mother's will

                18.        v          Reignold (Reynald) Filmer #2559.

                19.          vi          Major Henry Filmer, (COLONIAL DAMES) #409 b. 1600/07.

                20.          vii          Mary Filmer #2560.

                21.          viii          Katherine Filmer #740.

                             ix          Sarah Filmer #2561 d. alive Mar 1635.  mentioned in mother's will

                             x          Job Filmer #2562.

                             xi          Richard Filmer #2563.

                            xii          Augustinus Filmer #2564.

 

Sixteenth Generation

 

16.       Elizabeth Filmer #2556 (15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. England,[15] m. by 20 Oct 1629, William Faulkner #2565.  mentioned in mother's and father's wills

                                 Children:

                             i          Elizabeth Faulkner #2566.

 

17.       Sir Robert Filmer #1813 (15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) occupation knighted 21 Jan 1618/19, m. Ann Hetton #1814,  dau of Martin Hetton, Bishop of Ely.  Sir died will probated 13 Jan 1653/54, buried: East Sutton, Kent, England,  eldest son.  an ardent Royalist in Civil Wars - author of "Patriacha" - imprisoned in Leeds castle in 1644; lands called "Langhams"

                                 Children:

                             i          Sir Edward Filmer #1815 d. 1669,  unmarried, Gentleman of the Bedchamber- Chas I & II.

                             ii       Sir Robert Filmer #1816 occupation Baronet 1675, d. 1676.

                            iii          Samuel Filmer #2582.

                            iv          Anne Filmer #2583.

                             v          Thomas Filmer #2584.

 

18.       Reignold (Reynald) Filmer #2559 (15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) m. Jane --- #2567.  Reignold died by 2 Aug 1638.  was given 3 tenements in Knightrider St., London, Eng.; mentioned in mother's will; had issue

                                 Children:

                             i          Elizabeth Filmer #2568.

                             ii       Anne Filmer #2569.

 

19.       Major Henry Filmer, (COLONIAL DAMES) #409 (15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. 1600/07, E. Sutton Manor, E. Sutton, Kent, Eng, occupation County Court Justice,farm, m. pre 1640, in Kent, England, Elizabeth ---- #410, b. Eng,[16] d. Va.  Major died post 1673, will dated 21 Feb 1671,[17] buried: alive 1666/7, Warwick co., Virginia,  5th or 8th son, to Virginia Mar 1640, Burgesses of Va.  VA Mag. of History & Bio. vol 68 p. 408-428, vol 15 p 181;V. 24 & 17; Stanard: Some Emigrants to VA, 2nd ed. p. 34; Berry's Kentish Genealogies; Visitation of Kent 1619; Benning: Francois Benin Descendants p. 68 - Henry received a BA at Queen's Cambridge 1624 & a MA in 1631. In VA pre 1642; called his planta- tion "Laus Deo", on Mulberry Island, Wm. & Mary Quarterly vol 5 1918 p. 531; 1st settled in James City, office of the British army of occupation; Colonial Families in the U.S. p. 147; Wurts p. 1964; came on ship "John & Ambrose" Elizabeth: ? on 13 Mar 1652/53 they came to VA on the "John & Ambrose", embarked off of Gravesend (nw of Maidstone at mouth of Thames River and e of London). They own ed a house at Lenham, near E. Sutton and an Inn in Charing parish.

                                 Children:

                22.        i          Martha (Elizabeth?) Filmer #408 b. 1640.

 

20.       Mary Filmer #2560 (15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) m. post 1619, John Knatchbull #2570, d. by 23 Mar 1635.  married after 1619; widowed by 23 Mar 1635; mentioned in mother's will; had issue

                                 Children:

                             i          Edward Knatchbull #2571.

                             ii       John Knatchbull #2572.

                            iii          Marie Knatchbull #2573  md --- Underwood.

 

21.       Katherine Filmer #740 (15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. England, m. aft 1619, in England, Robert Barham, Jr. #2554, b. 1578/9, England.  Katherine died c 1663, Kent, England.  Robert: Berry, Kent Genealogies, 404; VA Mag. of Hist. & Biog., 34:340; 48:276-280

                                 Children:

                             i          Captain Charles Barham #2555 b. 1626, East Sutton, Kent, England, d. 1683, Surry Co., VA.

                             ii       Elizabeth Barham #2574.

                            iii          Susan Barham #2575.

                            iv          Ann Barham #2576.

                             v          Thomas Barham #2577.

                            vi          Edward Barham #2578.

                            vii          Robert Barham #2579.

                            viii          Richard Barham #2580.

                             ix          John Barham #2581.

 

Seventeenth Generation

 

22.       Martha (Elizabeth?) Filmer #408 (19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. 1640, East Sutton, Kent, Eng?, m. Thomas "the Seagull" II Green #407, b. 1635, at sea coming from Holland,[18] (son of Thomas I Green #1442 and Martha --- #1443) d. ca 1714, Va, buried: Va.  Martha died Va, buried: Va,  6 children ?.  she is descended from King Olaf III of Sweden, King Harold II of Norway, King Louis VII of France, Emperor Otto II of Germany, 6 Magna Charta barons: Roger Bigod, Hugh Bigod, John deLacie, Saher de Quincy, Richard de Clare, Gilbert de Clare. Thomas: Colonial Families in the U.S. vol 4 p. 174; Lynn G. Tyler "Encyclopedia of VA Biog. 1915 vol 1 p. 234; Geneologies of VA Families vol II p. 815-819; lived near Petersburg, VA; The Clay Family p 219-200 addenda; Hening's Statutes Vol I (VA).

                                 Children:

                23.        i          John Green #1239.

                24.        ii       Thomas III Green #405 b. ca 1689 (1665?).

                25.          iii          Elizabeth Green #1240.

                26.          iv          Rebecca Green #1241.

                27.        v          Mary Green #1242.

                28.          vi          Col. Abram Green #1243.

                29.          vii          Filmer Green #1244.

                30.          viii          William Green #1245.

                             ix          Hannah Green #1246 m. James Turner #2651.  Hannah  had issue, md James Turner.  had two sons who died young

 

Eighteenth Generation

 

23.       John Green #1239 (22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. Va, m. Elizabeth --- #2591.  John  md Elizabeth ---, had issue.

                                 Children:

                             i          Thomas Green #2592 d. ?South Carolina?.

                             ii       Elizabeth Green #2593  md --- Payne (Paine).

                            iii          Martha "Patsy" Green #2594 m. 20 Jan 1746, William Hardin #2595, b. c 1722/23, Stafford Co., Overwharton parish, VA, occupation plantation owner, d. by 16 Oct 1781, Fairfax Co., VA.

 

24.       Thomas III Green #405 (22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. ca 1689 (1665?), Va, m. Elizabeth Marston #406, b. 25 Nov 1692(72), of Henrico Co., VA, (daughter of Thomas Marston #1247 and Elizabeth (Marvell) Marvel #1248) d. 11 Aug 1759, Nottoway parish, Amelia co., VA.  Thomas died 1730, Va, buried: Va.  Tylers Quarterlies vol V p 135-138; Living Descendants of the Blood Royal vol 5 p 265; The Clay Family p 220 addenda; will of Eliz. in Nottaway Parish, Amelia Co., VA 12 Nov 1758, probate court 24 Jan 1760 Elizabeth: she made out her will on 12 Nov 1758; probated 24 Jan 1760

                                 Children:

                31.        i          Lucy Green #1249 b. 1717.

                32.        ii       Martha (Patsy) Green #404 b. 25 Nov 1719.

                33.          iii          daughter Green #1250.

                34.          iv          Elizabeth Green #1251.

                             v          William Green #1252 d. pre 1758,  no issue.

                35.          vi          Thomas Marston Green #1253 b. 19 Nov 1723.

                            vii          Rebecca Green #1254 m. Francis Jones #2612.  Rebecca died ?South Carolina,  md Francis Jones.

                            viii          Marston Green #1255 b. ca 1726, m. Eliza Aperson #2652.  Marston died Amelia Co., VA,  md Eliza Aperson.

 

25.       Elizabeth Green #1240 (22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) m. John Crawley #2613.  Elizabeth  had issue, md John Crawley.

                                 Children:

                             i          Nathaniel Crawley #2614.

                             ii       Martha Crawley #2615  md Thomas Cole.

                            iii          Elizabeth Crawley #2616  md --- Binns.

                            iv          Hannah Crawley #2617.

                             v          Mary Crawley #2618  md Samuel Terry.

 

26.       Rebecca Green #1241 (22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. Va, m. (1) --- Condon #2619, m. (2) --- Marston #2621.  Rebecca  had issue md 2, md 1 --- Condan, 2. --- Marston.

                                 Children by --- Condon:

                             i          Mary Condon #2620  md William Booker.

                                       Children by --- Marston:

                             ii       William Marston #2622.

                            iii          Elizabeth Marston #2623.

                            iv          Thomas Marston #2624.

                             v          John Marston #2625.

 

27.       Mary Green #1242 (22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. Va, m. (1) James Wilkerson #2626, m. (2) Thomas Walker #2629.  Mary  had issue md 2, md 1 J Wilkerson, 2 T Walker.

                                 Children by James Wilkerson:

                             i          Priscilla Wilkerson #2627.

                             ii       Sarah Wilkerson #2628.

                                       Children by Thomas Walker:

                            iii          Thomas Walker #2630.

                            iv          Elizabeth Walker #2631.

 

28.       Col. Abram Green #1243 (22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. Va, m. --- --- #2632.  Col. died by 1813,  had issue, md --- ---.

                                 Children:

                             i          Sally Green #2633  md Terry Keen.

                             ii       Abram Green Jr #2634.

                            iii          Susanna Green #2635  md --- Vodin.

                            iv          William Green #2636  md --- Archer.

 

29.       Filmer Green #1244 (22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) m. Mary Walker #2637.  Filmer  had issue, md Mary Walker.

                                 Children:

                             i          Elizabeth Green #2638.

                             ii       Ann Green #2639.

                            iii          Mary Green #2640.

                            iv          Filmer Green, Jr. #2641.

                             v          Edmund Green #2642.

                            vi          Susan Green #2643.

 

30.       William Green #1245 (22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) m. Amey Clay #2644.  William died 1747, of Amelia Co., VA,  had issue, md Amey Clay.

                                 Children:

                             i          Thomas Green #2645.

                             ii       Patty Green #2646  md William Williamson.

                            iii          Filmer Green #2647.

                            iv          William Green #2648  md his cousin Obedience Green.

                             v          John Green #2649.

                            vi          Amey Green #2650  md Edward Mosely.

 

Nineteenth Generation

 

31.       Lucy Green #1249 (24.Thomas18, 22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. 1717, Va, m. 1735, Henry II Clay #1434, b. 1711, of Southham parish, Cumberland Co., VA, (son of Henry I Clay #1419 and Mary Mitchell #1420) d. c 1764,  md 1735, to Lucy Green.  Lucy died pre 22 Oct 1764, buried: ? Southam parish, Cumberland, VA ?,  md 1735, md Henry Clay II (died 1764).

                                 Children:

                             i          Henry III Clay #1446 b. 1736, Cumberland Co., VA, d. 17 Jan 1820, Bourbon co., KY,  md Rachel Provall.

                             ii       Charles II Clay #1447  md --- Lewis.

                            iii          Samuel Clay #1448.

                            iv          Thomas Clay #1449.

                             v          Abia (Abijah) Clay #1450.

                            vi          Marston Clay #1451  md Elizabeth Williams.

                            vii          Rebecca Clay #1452.

                            viii          John Clay #1453.

                             ix          Elijah Clay #1454.

                             x          Lucy Clay #1455.

 

32.       Martha (Patsy) Green #404 (24.Thomas18, 22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. 25 Nov 1719, Amelia Co., VA, m. 11 Nov 1741, in Va, Rev. Charles Clay #403, b. 31 Jan 1716, Powhatan co? Cumberland Co?, VA, (son of Henry I Clay #1419 and Mary Mitchell #1420) occupation minister - DAR Patriot, d. 25 Feb 1789, Powhatan co., VA,  3rd child.  Martha died 6 Sep 1793, Va,  11 children.  Rev.: Wurts: Magna Charta vol 7 CLAY p 1960; The Order of the Founders & Patriots of America 1896  Order # 2513; Torrence: VA Wills & Administrations p. 85; DAR Magazine Jan 1981 p 22; Filson Publication # 14 "The Clay Family" p 77 Soldier in Rev. War, follower of General Bacon

                                 Children:

                             i          Mary Clay #1256 b. 22 Sep 1742, Va, ref: md 2 Nov 1760, d. 5 Sep 1823, Prince Edward Co., Va,  6 children, md Stephen Lockett (1733-1794).

                36.        ii       Eleazer Clay #1257 b. 4 Aug 1744.

                37.          iii          Rev. Charles Green Clay #401 b. 24 Dec 1745.

                            iv          Henry Clay #1258 b. 5 Mar 1748, d. 1777, Trenton, NJ (killed in Rev. War),  no issue.

                             v          Thomas Clay #1259 b. 30 Jul 1750, d. will dated Oct 1777,  2 children, md Polly Callahan Dawson.

                            vi          Bettie Elizabeth Clay #1260 b. 20 Apr 1752,  md Alexander Murray.

                            vii          Lucy Clay #1261 b. 20 Aor 1752,  md 1770, md William Thaxton.

                            viii          Matthew Clay #1262 b. 25 Mar 1754, d. pre 17 Jul 1815, Halifax co., VA,  md 1. 1788, md Polly Williams.

                             ix          General Green Clay #1263 b. 14 Aug 1757, Powhatan co., VA, d. 21 Oct 1826/28, KY, buried: KY,  md 14 Mar 1795, md Sally Lewis, had 7 children.

                             x          Priscilla Clay #1264 b. 30 Apr 1759,  no issue, never married.

                             xi          Martha "Patsy" Clay #1265 b. 13 Jul 1761, ref: no issue, d. 1844,  md 1810, Powhatan co., VA to Hopkins Lewis.

 

33.       daughter Green #1250 (24.Thomas18, 22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) m. Thomas Cowles #2596.  daughter died pre 12 Nov 1758,  md Thomas Cowles.

                                 Children:

                             i          Thomas Cowles Jr #2597.

 

34.       Elizabeth Green #1251 (24.Thomas18, 22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) m. (1) ----Dawson #2598, m. (2) Leonard Cheatem #2600.  Elizabeth  md 2 x's, 1. -- Dawson, 2. L. Cheatham.

                                 Children by ----Dawson:

                             i          Samuel Dawson #2599.

                                       Children by Leonard Cheatem:

                             ii       Leonard Cheatem, Jr #2601.

                            iii          Abey Cheatem #2602.

                            iv          Edward Cheatem #2603.

                             v          James Cheatem #2604.

 

35.       Thomas Marston Green #1253 (24.Thomas18, 22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. 19 Nov 1723, James City co., VA, m. Martha Wills #2605.  Thomas died aft 1776, Natchez, Mississippi?,  md Martha Wills 21 Nov 1752.  Martha: daughter of Filmer and Ann Harwood Wills.  Ann Harwood was dau. of William Harwood, member of the VA convention in 1776 from Warwick Co.; President And- rew Jackson was married in the Green's home in Miss.

                                 Children:

                             i          Elizabeth Green #2606 b. 21 Oct 1753, Va.

                             ii       Henry Filmer Green #2607 b. 11 Nov 1755.

                            iii          Thomas Marston Green II #2608 b. 6 Feb 1758.

                            iv          Anthony Green #2609 b. 1 Jan 1760.

                             v          Abner Green #2610 b. 21 Jan 1762.

                            vi          Grief Green #2611 b. ca 1765.

 

Twentieth Generation

 

36.       Eleazer Clay #1257 (32.Martha19, 24.Thomas18, 22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. 4 Aug 1744, Va, ref: 10 children, m. (1) 1766, in Va, Jane (Epperson) Apperson #2265, b. Va, d. aft. 1780, Va, m. (2) Elizabeth Whitehead #2274, m. (3) 13 Feb 1826, Phobe Newby Swepton #2275, d. aft 1836,  widow of E. Swepton.  Eleazer died 2 May 1836, Chesterfield Co., Va,  md 3 x's, J Apperson; E. Whitehead; P. Swepton.

                                 Children by Jane (Epperson) Apperson:

                38.        i          Phineas Clay #2266.

                39.        ii       Jane E. Clay #2270 b. 1 Jan 1776.

                40.          iii          Matthew Clay #2268.

                41.          iv          Lavinia Clay #2269.

                             v          Samuel Clay #2267 b. ca 1779, Va, occupation Justice of Chesterfld. Co, m. 3 Mar 1802, Martha Burfoot #2391.  Samuel died 21 Jan 1831, ?Chesterfield co., VA.  Samuel Clay was a Colonel in the American Rev. War; Martha was a daughter of Thomas Burfoot.

                            vi          Dorcus Clay #2271  md. --- Graves.

                            vii          Cynthia Clay #2272  md Daniael Sullivan of Albermarle Co. VA.

                            viii          Anne Clay #2273 d. 3 Nov 1817,  md John Coates Russell.

 

37.       Rev. Charles Green Clay #401 (32.Martha19, 24.Thomas18, 22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. 24 Dec 1745, Powhatan?, Va, occupation Episcopalian Minister, m. 27 Jun 1796, in Bedford Co., Va, Editha Landon Davies #402, b. 17 Apr 1777, ? St. Anne's Parish, Albermarle, Va, (daughter of * (DAR) Henry Landon Davies #637 and Ann Clayton #640) d. 03 Jul 1838, Bedford Co., Va, buried: "Pettygrove", now "Ivy Hill", Forest, Bedford, Va.  Rev. died 08 Feb 1820, Forest, Bedford, Va, buried: "Pettygrove", "Ivy Hill"near Forest Depot, Bedford, VA,  D.A.R. Patriot (P.S. VA.).  1820 will #5 p 171 Bedford co, VA clk of circut court, will dated 12 Nov 1819, proved Bedford co 27 Mar 1920; Dennis/Smith: Marriage Bonds - Bedford co., VA 1755-1800; Buford: Bedford co., VA Index of Wills 1754-1830; Campbell Chroni- cles and Family Sketches p. 393-396; Episcopalian minister of St Annes Parish 1769-1784; had sons throw rocks on grave for every sin they committed, pile is 12' high, 20' long; Lynchburg & Its Neighbors by Yancey p 37; The Clay Family; Editha: Wurts: Magna Charta p. 2095. Her tombstone reads: "Editha Clay died 3rd June 1838 aged 61 years 47 days. This monument is erected to the memory of the Best of Mothers by her affectionate sons."

                                 Children:

                             i          Cyrus Boyle Clay #1268 b. 10 May 1797, Bedford Co., Va, d. 08 Sep 1820, near Forest, Bedford, VA, buried: "Pettygrove", Forest Station, Bedford, VA,  no issue, never married.  Tombstone in what is now the Ivy Hill Golf Course reads: "In memory of Cyrus B Clay, Who died 8 Sept. 1820, Age 23 years 4 months, To know was but to love and respect him."

                             ii       Junius Axel Clay #1266 b. 25 Mar 1797?, Bedford Co., Va, occupation adopted 3 Cox children, m. 14 Dec 1820, in Va, Elizabeth Cobbs #1671.  Junius died 1884/85, Buckingham, VA,  md 14 Dec 1820, ? Arbemarle co., VA to Elizabeth Cobbs.

                            iii          General Odin Green Clay #1267 b. 5 May 1795/1802, Bedford Co., Va, ref: 7 children, m. Oct 1822, in Va, Ann Clayton Davies #1672.  General died 17 Jan 1882/83, Lynchburg, Campbell, VA,  md 1st cousins, to Ann Clayton; Editha Eliz. Davies.

                42.          iv          Paulus Aurelius Clay #399 b. 11 Oct 1807.

 

21st Generation

 

38.       Phineas Clay #2266 (36.Eleazer20, 32.Martha19, 24.Thomas18, 22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. Va, m. Frances Turpin #2346.  Phineas  md. Frances Turpen, sis. of --- Turpen.

                                 Children:

                             i          Jane Clay #2347 m. ---- Walthall #2354.  Jane  md. --- Walthall.

                43.        ii       Elizabeth Clay #2348.

                44.          iii          Charles Clay #2349.

                45.          iv          John Clay #2350.

                46.        v          Mary Clay #2351.

                            vi          Martha Clay #2352 m. (1) Dr. --- Hall #2382, m. (2) Prof. W. J. Morrissett #2383.

                47.          vii          Phineas Clay #2353.

 

39.       Jane E. Clay #2270 (36.Eleazer20, 32.Martha19, 24.Thomas18, 22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. 1 Jan 1776, Va?, m. 2 Oct 1797, in Chesterfield Co., Va, Edward Trabue #2276, b. 5 May 1762/64, d. Jul (Nov?) 1814.  Jane died 8 June 1845, near New London, Ralls Co., Missouri, buried: home place, marker in New London cemetery.

                                 Children:

                             i          Charles Clay Trabue #2282 b. 27 Apr 1798, m. 5 Jul 1820, Agnes Green Woods #2409.  Charles died ?Nashville, TN?.

                             ii       Martha Trabue #2283 b. 1803, m. Aaron Trabue #2410,  son of Stephen and Jane Haskins Trabue.  Martha died 11 Jul 1833,  md her cousin, Aaron Trabue.

                48.          iii          Cynthia Ann Trabue #2284 b. 7 Nov 1805.

                49.          iv          Jane Elizabeth Trabue #2285 b. 7 Nov 1805.

                             v          Matilda Olympia Trabue #2286 b. 16 Feb 1808, d. 1881,  md. Amos Sutton.

                            vi          John E. Trabue #2287  md. Elizabeth Atkinson.

                            vii          Susan D. Trabue #2288  md. Phillip Herndon Clayton.

                            viii          Prince Edward Trabue #2289 b. 9 Dec 1812, d. 20 Oct 1890,  md Lydia Nefille.

 

40.       Matthew Clay #2268 (36.Eleazer20, 32.Martha19, 24.Thomas18, 22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. Va, m. ---- Turpin #2392,  4 children, sister to wife of Phineas Clay.  Matthew  md. -- Turpen, sis of Frances Turpen.

                                 Children:

                50.        i          Harriet Clay #2393.

                51.        ii       Louise Clay #2394.

                            iii          Mathew Clay #2395.

                            iv          Dr. --- Clay #2396.

 

41.       Lavinia Clay #2269 (36.Eleazer20, 32.Martha19, 24.Thomas18, 22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) m. Robert Aikin #2403.  Lavinia  md. Robert Aiken (Aikin).

                                 Children:

                             i          Eleazer Aikin #2404.

                             ii       William Aikin #2405.

                            iii          Robert Aikin #2406.

                            iv          Edward T. Aikin #2407.

                             v          Mary Aikin #2408.

 

42.       Paulus Aurelius Clay #399 (37.Rev.20, 32.Martha19, 24.Thomas18, 22.Martha17, 19.Major16, 15.Elizabeth15, 14.Mary14, 13.Sir13, 12.Sir12, 11.Sir11, 10.Sir10, 9.Sir9, 8.Sir8, 7.William7, 6.Michael6, 5.Sir5, 4.John4, 3.William3, 2.John2, 1.Hugh1) b. 11 Oct 1807, Bedford Co., Va.,[19] occupation Episcopalian minister, m. 01 Dec 1837, in Presqu'isle, Chesterfield Co., Va, Mary Louise "Nannie""Sally" Watkins #400, b. 09 Sep 1820, ?"Presqu'isle", Chesterfield Co., Va., (daughter of Edward Osbourne Watkins #1184 and Harriet Tabb Trevillion #1185) d. 16 Jul 1855, "Pettygrove", Forest, Bedford Co., Va, buried: plantation, Pettygrove now "Ivy Hill" Golf Course.  Paulus died 18 Sep 1880, Amherst Co. ?, Lynchburg ?, Va.,  ? Capt. CSA ?.  Wm and Mary Magazine Vol. 1, 4 series II; SOUTHERN CHURCHMEN (Epis.) 12/1/1837 Hunton Diary's part II 1881 p 115-117; Wyoming Eagle newspaper Apr 18, 1939; Wyo. State Historical Research Dept - Clay files; Campbell Chronicles & Family Sketches p. 393; VA Mag. of Hist & Bio Vol XXXI p 262-263; Laramie Co Library, Wyoming; St John's Marriage Register, Richmond, VA; Minister of Manchester Parish, Chesterfield co., VA; sold Ivy Hall ca 1857 & moved to Fredericksburg, ca 1860/61 moved to Richmond. Death date may be incorrect. Episc. Minister. Mary: John H. Stutesman, SOME WATKINS OF VA. & THEIR KIN; composition books owned by Virginia Morehead of Grants Pass, Ore.; Ida May Carmine of Douglas, Wyo. 1989 Register of Marriages of St. Johns, Richmond, VA; Bedford county Register of Deaths (1855) p 227. Tombstone reads: "Mary Louisa, wife of P.A. Clay, on July 16, 1855, age 34, A dutiful daughter, A dedicated wife, An affectionate mother A kind neighbor." Buried at Pettygrove (now Ivy Hill Golf Course 1996), near Forest, Bedford, VA.

                                 Children:

                52.        i          Charles Edward Clay #397 b. 18 Nov 1838.

                             ii       Harriet Trevillian Clay #588 b. 28 Apr 1840, Bedford Co., Va., m. 19 May 1870, George Anthony #2010, occupation attorney at law, d. of Gainsville, TX.  Harriet died 29 Apr 1880 ?, Gainsville, Tx ?,  yellow fever, no children; she died pre 1905.

                53.          iii          Alice Watkins Clay #589 b. 20 Mar 1842.

                54.          iv          Editha Davies Clay #590 b. 7 Feb 1845.

                             v          Mary Ann Elizabeth "Nannie" Clay #591 b. 20 Jan 1847, Bedford Co., (Lynchburg?), Virginia, occupation 1876 Wyo. Pioneer, m. 26 Jan 1881, in Cheyenne, Wyo, John Raven Steele #606, b. England, occupation stockman, d. 29 Sep 1891, Jacksonville, Illinois, buried: Jacksonville?, Illinois?.  Mary died 30 Jan 1940, Cheyenne ?, Wyo., buried: Lakeview cem., Cheyenne, Wyo.,  no issue, md. John Raven Steele 1/26/1881 in Wyo.  she is buried in lot 23 space H.  WPA - Wyo Archives # 901 - came to WY on the 6th of Sep 1876, later lived at the H P Ranch near Chugwater, Platte, WY then in Cheyenne (later) at 2909 Thomas Avenue; her brother C.E. Clay built a house in Cheyenne at 114 West 21st St for her and Paul A Clay (father) to live in when they came to WY in 1876.  Her father went back to VA in 1877. John: The Cheyenne Daily Leader, 28 Sep 1890 (91?) p. 1 c. 4 - death notice - fever?

                55.          vi          Sallie Osborne Clay #592 b. 29 Apr 1850.

                            vii          Margaret Wells Clay #593 b. 21 Jun 1852, Bedford Co., Va., d. 19 Jun 1853, Bedford Co., Va, buried: "Pettygrove", near Forest, Bedford, Va.

                            viii          William Landon Clay #594 b. 28 Mar 1855, Bedford Co., Va., occupation rancher; 1875 Pioneer Wyo, m. 8 Nov 1898, in Richmond, Va.?, Anna (Annie) Trotter #605, b. of Richmond, Virginia, d. 18 Jul 1934, Cheyenne?, Evanston?, Wyoming, buried: Masonic section, Evanston cemetery, Evanston, Wyoming.  William died 17 Apr 1939, Cheyenne, Wyo., buried: Masonic section, Evanston cemetery, Evanston, Wyoming,  no children.  1st ranched near Chugwater, Ranch on Mule Creek (WP Ranch) 32nd Decree Mason, Shrine - Cheyenne Wyo address; 2523 House Avenue 1875 freighter/bullwacker - Wyoming Works Progress Administration # 177 in the Wyoming State Archives (WPA) Anna: Wyoming Press, Evanston, WY  19 Jul 1934 p. 1 c. 1  Card of Thanks (no obit).


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[2]  Charlemagne, Alfred the Great and Other Ancestors by James T. Mitchell 1991 Chart # 2500

[3]  Charlemagne, Alfred the Great and Other Ancestors by James T. Mitchell 1991 Chart # 2500

[4]  Charlemagne, Alfred the Great and Other Ancestors by James T. Mitchell 1991 Chart # 2500

[5]  Charlemagne, Alfred the Great and Other Ancestors by James T. Mitchell 1991 Chart # 2116

[6]  Charlemagne, Alfred the Great and Other Ancestors by James T. Mitchell 1991 Chart #2116

[7]  Charlemagne, Alfred the Great and Other Ancestors by James T. Mitchell 1991 Chart # 1712, 2116

[8]  Charlemagne, Alfred the Great and Other Ancestors by James T. Mitchell 1991 Chart # 1712

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[10]  Charlemagne, Alfred the Great and Other Ancestors by James T. Mitchell 1991 Chart #1712

[11]  Charlemagne, Alfred the Great and Other Ancestors by James T. Mitchell 1991 chart #1712

[12]  New England Historical and Genealogical Register p. 286-287

[13]  Visitations of Kent, 1663-1668, p. 145; Visitations of Essex, Vol 1 & 2 Weis The Magna Carta Sureties, 1215 4th ed. p. 147

[14]  Virginia Gleanings In England, p. 346; Visitations of Kent 1619 pps 127, 167, 168; Robert Clutterbuck, History of Hertfordshire, Vol I p. 172 Filmer chart, Weis, The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215 p. 97; VA Mag of History & Biographys

[15]  VA Gleanings in England by Withington p. 346

[16]  VA Mag. of History and Biog. Vol 68 p. 408-428; Vol 15 & Vol 17

[17]  Weis Magna Charta Sureties 1215 4th edition p. 147 Visitations of Kent 1619

[18]  Encyclopedia of VA Biography 1915 Vol I pa 234 by Lynn G Tyler Genealogies of VA Families Vol II p. 815-819

[19]  William & Mary Magazine Vol 1, 4 series II Southern Churchmen (Episcopal) 1 Dec 1837

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