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Ancestors of Carla Dickerson and David Goodloe



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Charles Ray /FREDRICK/ and Earline /BOREFIELD/




Husband Charles Ray /FREDRICK/ (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Earline /BOREFIELD/ (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Rodney /FREDRICK/ (details suppressed for this person)

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         Spouse: Doris Ann /BILLINGS/ (living)




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Nicolas /BORNIQUE/ and Christo Anna /SCHWANGER/




Husband Nicolas /BORNIQUE/ (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Christo Anna /SCHWANGER/ 1

           Born: Abt 1660 - Germany
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           Died: 26 Oct 1690 - Germany
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         Father: Benoit /SCHWANGER/ (Abt 1638-Between 1685/1715) 1 2
         Mother: Barbe // (Between 1635/1640-Between 1685/1715) 1 3



Noted events in her life were:
1. Residence - Abreschviller, Germany



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Roger "The Spaniard" /DE TOENI/ I and Godeheut (Godehilde) /BORRELL/




Husband Roger "The Spaniard" /DE TOENI/ I 4 5

           Born: 990 - Toeni, France
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           Died: 1039
         Buried:  - Conches, Seine-Et-Marne, France
       Marriage: Bef 1025




Wife Godeheut (Godehilde) /BORRELL/ 5

           Born: Abt 995 - Toeni, France
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           Died: After 1077
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Children
1 M Ralph (Raoul) /DE TOENI/ III 4 5

           Born: 1027 - Toeni, France
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           Died: 24 Mar 1101-24 Mar 1102
         Buried:  - Conches, Seine-Et-Marne, France
         Spouse: Isabel (Elizabeth) /DE MONTFORT/ (Abt 1058-      ) 5
           Marr: Abt 1076 - IleDe France, France



2 F Adeliza /DE TOENI/ 4 5

           Born: Abt 1025 - Toeni, France
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           Died: 1066
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         Spouse: William "Fitz-Osbern" // (Abt 1030-1070/1071) 5
           Marr: Bef 1045 - France



3 M Robert "of Stafford" /DE TOENI/ 4 5 6

           Born: Abt 1030 - Leicestershire, England
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           Died: Aug 1088 - Leicestershire, England
         Buried:  - BelvoirCastle, Leicestershire, England
         Spouse: Avice /DE CLARE/ (Abt 1050-Bef 1088) 4 5
           Marr: Bef 1064




General Notes: Husband - Roger "The Spaniard" /DE TOENI/ I

From: http://www.toneyweb.com/exchange/jack004.htm

"We do not have a completed origin for the Toney family. There are a few gaps that can be bridged by conjecture and/ or other known connections. The Toneys seem to have been originally Vikings from Romsdalfjord (200 miles north of Oslo, Norway, on the Atlantic Coast).

Malahule sailed his dragon ship under the Raven banner to "see what he could find". His nephew, Roolo (Roger), founded a settlement in Normandy, France. His grandnephew, Roolo or Ralph, was given the fief of Toeni on the Seine River by his brother, Hugh, Archbishop of Rouen. Toeni was on the river plain on the south side of the bend of the River Seine, acrossed and downstream from Chateau Gillard (Richard the Lionhearted's prison)..."


General Notes: Child - Ralph (Raoul) /DE TOENI/ III

From: http://www.patpnyc.com/conq/toeni.htm

RAOUL DE TOENI
The Conqueror and His Companions
by J.R. Planché, Somerset Herald. London: Tinsley Brothers, 1874.


Raoul (Ralph) de Toeni, Seigneur de Conches, second of that name, was the son or grandson (for it is not quite clear which) of that turbulent Roger de Toeni, who was one of the first to dispute the succession of the base-born William to the ducal throne of Normandy, and who, with his two sons Halbert and Elinance, was slain in a conflict with Roger de Beaumont. You have beard of him before as the messenger of the Duke to the French King with the disastrous tidings of the battle of Mortemer.

The honourable office of gonfanonier (standardbearer) of Normandy was hereditary in their family, collateral descendants of its dukes from Mahaluc, uncle of Rolf or Rollo, but on whom it was first conferred has not transpired.

Previous to the battle at Senlac, Wace tells us the Duke ordered the consecrated gonfanon, which the Pope had sent to him, to be brought forth and unfurled. Then taking and raising it, he called to him Raoul de Conches, and said, "Bear my gonfanon, for I would not but do you right. By right and by ancestry your family are gonfanoniers of Normandy, and very good knights have they all been." "Many thanks to you," answered Raoul, "for the recognition of our right, but by my faith the gonfanon shall not be borne by me this day. To-day I claim quittance of that service, for I would serve you in another guise. I will go with you into the battle and fight the English as long as I have life to do so, and be assured that my hand will be worth more than those of twenty such men!"

There can be no doubt that he was as good as his word, although no especial act of gallantry has been recorded of him, for we find him rewarded by the gift of thirty-seven lordships, nineteen being in Norfolk, and making Flamstead, in Hertfordshire, his principal residence in England.

Orderic tells us that this Raoul gained great glory in the wars, and was renowned among the first of the Norman nobles for honour and wealth, serving bravely in the armies of King William and Duke Robert, his son, for nearly sixty years. Of course he must mean alternately, for he was one of the nobles who took part with Robert Court-heuse on his first outbreak, in consequence of the insult of his brothers, William and Henry, who threw water on him from a gallery in a house where they were playing at dice. Raoul was banished, and his domains seized by the King, but through the intercession of friends obtained his pardon and the restoration of his estates.

In 1077, he married Elizabeth, or Isabel, daughter of Simon de Montfort l'Amauri, whose hand he obtained by the audacious act of carrying off by night Agnes, daughter of Richard, Comte d'Evreux, who was his half-sister, and marrying her to the said Simon. Orderic gives an amusing account of this Isabel and her sister-in-law Havise, daughter of William, Comte de Nevers, the wife of her brother Willliam, Comte d'Evreux. The Countess Havise took offence, it appears, at some taunts of the Lady of Conches, and used all her influence with her husband and his barons to have recourse to arms, in which mischievous attempt she unfortunately succeeded. "Both these ladies," the chronicler tells us, "were great talkers, and spirited as well as handsome; they ruled their husbands, oppressed their vassals, and inspired terror in various ways: but still their characters were very different. Havise had wit and eloquence, but she was cruel and avaricious; Isabel, on the contrary, was generous, enterprising, and lively, so that she was beloved and esteemed by those immediately about her. She rode in knightly armour when the vassals took the field, and exhibited as much daring amongst belted knights and men-at-arms as Camilla, the renowned Virgin of Italy, among the squadrons of Tevenus."

By turns the people of Evreux and Conches plundered and destroyed the property of each other. The Lord of Conches, who was less powerful than the Count of Evreux, sought his sovereign, Robert Court-heuse, and laying before him an account of the losses to which he was exposed by the aggressions of the Count of Evreux, demanded the aid he had a right to expect from his liege lord; but Robert turned a deaf car to his prayer, and Raoul in his distress sought a more powerful protector in the King of England, promising him by his envoys the fealty of all his estates in return for his assistance. Rufus was highly pleased at the proposal, and sent orders to Stephen Count of Aumale and Gerrard de Gournay, with others in command of his forces in Normandy, to give every aid to Raoul de Toeni, and throw supplies of all kinds into his castles.

In the month of November, 1090, Count William assembled a large force and laid siege to Conches, his two nephews, Richard de Montfort and William de Breteuil joining him with their respective powers. Richard de Montfort was slain while taking possession of the Abbey of St. Peter de Châtillon at Conches, and in a subsequent attack William de Breteuil was taken prisoner. This worse than civil war, the wagers of it being all nearly related to each other, lasted three years; at length the Count of Evreux and his allies, ashamed that, having commenced hostilities on so frivolous a provocation, they had suffered the greatest losses, consented to a truce, and peace was proposed upon the following terms: -- William de Breteuil paid three thousand livres for his ransom, and made his cousin Roger, eldest son of Raoul de Toeni, heir to the whole of his fief; the Count of Evreux appointed the same youth, who was his nephew, his successor in the comté. "But," adds the pious writer, "Divine Providence, which is not ruled by the will of man, provided otherwise." The boy was of an excellent disposition and much beloved by his companions, the vassals, and the neighbors. He had a great regard for the clergy and the monks, to whom he paid due reverence. Rejecting the pomp of dress, in which the nobility too much gloried, his whole demeanour was simple and modest. Upon one occasion, when the knights were amusing themselves in the hall at Conches, playing at various games and talking on various subjects, "as the custom is," the Lady Isabel being present, the conversation took a serious turn, and one of Roger's youthful companions said, "I had a dream lately which much alarmed me. I saw our Lord upon the cross, his whole body livid and writhing with agony. My eyes were riveted upon him in the greatest terror." The listeners gravely remarked that so solemn and fearful a dream seemed to forebode some terrible judgment of God upon him. Baldwin, the son of Eustace, Count of Boulogne, who was of that company, said, "I, too, lately saw in a dream our Lord upon the cross, but in my vision He appeared bright and glorious, and smiled benignantly upon me, stretching forth one hand and making the sign of the cross upon my head." The bystanders all agreed that this vision portended some singular grace and favour. Young Roger de Toeni, upon this, said to his mother, "I know some one not far from here who had recently a similar dream." Her curiosity being excited, she pressed him to say who it was, and what had been seen; but the boy blushed, and was unwilling to say more. At length, yielding to the general entreaties of his friends, he said: "A certain person saw in a vision the Lord Jesus, who, laying his hand on his head, blessed him, saying, 'Come quickly to me, beloved, and I will give you the joys of life.' I therefore believe firmly that one whom I know has been called by the Lord, and will not live long."

The three youths, we are told, experienced different fates, corresponding with what had been foreshadowed to each of them. The first, whose name is not given, was mortally wounded in a hostile inroad, and died without having confessed or received the viaticum. Baldwin, as is well known, took the sign of the Cross, and distinguishing himself in the Holy Wars, was, on the death of his brother Godfrey, elected King of Jerusalem. The youthful heir-presumptive of the Count of Evreux and William de Breteuil took to his bed the same year that he had seen his vision, and departing this life on the 15th of May, was buried amidst general sorrow with his ancestors in the Abbey of St. Peter's at Châtillon, now called of Conches.

Leaving my readers to decide for themselves the question how much credibility may be attached to this story, the like of which are to be found by scores in the pages of our monkish chronicles, I shall only direct their attention to the interesting view it affords us of the manners and habits of the age in which it was written, the words "as the custom now is" proving that although the anecdote may be mere idle gossip, the picture of domestic life is drawn from personal knowledge and observation. Here we see the high-spirited Lady of Conches, seated on the dais or haut pas, in her own castle hall, the ruins of which were recently and may still be existing, surrounded by her family and their young companions, the knights owing service to her lord, the officers of her household, and her handmaidens in attendance on her -- all the features of the court of baron of the eleventh century familiar to the sight of the narrator; the various groups, each with its favourite pastime or topic of conversation, and the peculiar character imparted to the latter by the religious atmosphere of the age. We have here the earliest glimpse of that future King of Jerusalem when, probably, a newly-belted knight and a guest of Raoul de Toeni, he may have seen for the first time the young Countess Godechilde, daughter of his host, who, just separated from her husband, Robert de Meulent, and still under age, was shortly to become his wife, although not destined to share with him the crown of his eastern kingdom.

Raoul de Toeni, like his grandfather Roger, made a journey into Sprain, but with a more peaceful object. The former had hoped to carve out with his sword a dominion for himself, as Rollo had done in Normandy and Robert Guiscard in Sicily; but gained nothing by his enterprise except an empty name --- being afterwards distinguished from other members of his family as Roger of Spain.

His grandson most probably went, like Walter Giffard, to visit the shrine of St. Iago of Compostella.

Previously to setting out on his journey he attended a chapter at the Abbey of St. Evroult, and implored pardon of the abbot and monks for having abetted Arnould d'Eschafour when he burnt the town of Ouche. Laying his gage on the altar, he made many pious vows to be fulfilled on his safe return, and recommended to their care his physician Goisbert, whom he much loved, and who, as soon as he departed, made his profession as a monk, and kept it for nearly thirty years. Goisbert must, therefore, have been personally known to Orderic -- a fact which increases our reliance on any information he communicates to us respecting the family of De Toeni.

On Raoul's return, he tells us, the Lord of Conches faithfully redeemed his promises by the gifts of certain lands and privileges to St. Evroult, and that some years afterwards he took Goisbert, the monk, with him to England, and, through his means, added to his former benefactions two farms or manors -- one named Caldecot, in Norfolk, and the other Abington in Worcestershire; his wife, Roger and Ralph, his sons, freely joining in the grant, which was also confirmed by King William.

Ralph II de Toeni died 24th March 1102, and was buried in the Abbey of Conches, beside his father and his son Roger. His widow Isabel, repenting of the sinful levity in which she had too much indulged in her youth, gave up the world, and took the veil in a convent of nuns at Haute Bruyère (a priory of the order of Fontevrauld, at St. Remi-l'HonorÉ, near Montfort l'Amauri), where she reformed her life and worthily ended it in the favour of the Lord.

From Robert, a cadet of this house, the family of Stafford is descended, but I have not been able to satisfy myself as to the exact place of Robert and his brother Nigel de Stafford in the pedigree. They were probably younger brothers of the subject of this memoir, or possibly his uncles. They appear in Domesday as possessors of considerable property, but whether companions of the Conqueror in 1066 is uncertain. The first Robert de Toeni who assumed the name of Stafford, from the Castle of Stafford, married, it is said, Avicia de Clare; but I cannot identify any such person.

He was a standard bearer for William The Conquorer.


General Notes: Child - Adeliza /DE TOENI/

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General Notes: Child - Robert "of Stafford" /DE TOENI/

Robert of Stafford, otherwise Robert de Tosny or Toeni, was from Toeni in the commune of Gaillon in Louviers, Normandy. The family were hereditary standard bearers to Normandy. He was the first castellan of the Castle of Stafford. His nephew was Ralph de Limesey. Robert's chief domain was at Melton. Geoffrey de le Guerche was from Le Guerche, near Rennes, on the border of Brittany. He held 26 manors in Leicester and 12 lordships in Warwick. He also held in York and Lincoln. His chief domain was at Melton. Sunrmae also shown as TODENI.

He was William The Conqueror's standard bearer.
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Ralph Scott /LEWIS/ and Delores Mae /BORRIS/




Husband Ralph Scott /LEWIS/ (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Verney Coleman /LEWIS/ (1887-1946)
         Mother: Ada Darthula // (Between 1885/1889-Between 1935/1975)


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1 F Linda Dell /LEWIS/ (details suppressed for this person)

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         Spouse: /HUDSON/ (living)



2 F Marinelle Audrey /LEWIS/ (details suppressed for this person)

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         Spouse: J. Larry /RANDOLPH/ (living)




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George /DENISON/ and Ann /BORRODELL/




Husband George /DENISON/ 5

           Born: 10 Dec 1620 - Hertfordshire, England
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           Died: 23 Oct 1694 - Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut
         Buried: 26 Oct 1694 - Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut


         Father: William /DENISON/ (1571-1653) 5
         Mother: Margaret /CHANDLER/ (1577-1645) 5


       Marriage: After 1643 - Naseby, Northamptonshire, England

   Other Spouse: Brigette /THOMPSON/ (1622-1643) 5 - Abt 1640

Noted events in his life were:
1. Immigration, Bef 1641 - NewEngland




Wife Ann /BORRODELL/ 5

           Born: 17 Mar 1615 - Hertfordshire, England
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           Died: 26 Sep 1712 - Stonington, New London, Connecticut
         Buried: Sep 1712 - Mystic, New London, Connecticut


         Father: Sir John /BORRODELL/ (Between 1585/1589-1667) 5 6
         Mother: Anne /BROUGHTON/ (1593-After 1623) 5 6



Noted events in her life were:
1. Immigration, Between 1643 and 1649 - NewEngland



Children
1 F Ann /DENISON/ 5

           Born: 20 May 1649 - Stonington, New London, Connecticut 7
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           Died: 17 Nov 1706 - Stonington, New London, Connecticut 7
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         Spouse: Deacon Gershom /PALMER/ (1644-1718) 5
           Marr: 28 Nov 1667 - Stonington, New London, Connecticut 7




General Notes: Husband - George /DENISON/

In Old Center Churchyard.

it is unclear if e was married when he immigrated.


General Notes: Wife - Ann /BORRODELL/

In Elm Grove Cemetery.
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Sir John /BORRODELL/ and Anne /BROUGHTON/




Husband Sir John /BORRODELL/ 5 6

           Born: Between 1585 and 1589 - Cork, Ireland
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           Died: 1667 - Cork, Ireland
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         Father: John /BORRODELL/ (Between 1550/1559-Between 1600/1650) 5 6
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       Marriage: 1616 - Cork, Ireland




Wife Anne /BROUGHTON/ 5 6

           Born: 1593 - Cork, Ireland
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           Died: After 1623 - Cork, Ireland
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         Father: Humphrey /ALDWIN/ (Between 1567/1570-Between 1617/1667) 5 6
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1 F Ann /BORRODELL/ 5

           Born: 17 Mar 1615 - Hertfordshire, England
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           Died: 26 Sep 1712 - Stonington, New London, Connecticut
         Buried: Sep 1712 - Mystic, New London, Connecticut
         Spouse: George /DENISON/ (1620-1694) 5
           Marr: After 1643 - Naseby, Northamptonshire, England




General Notes: Child - Ann /BORRODELL/

In Elm Grove Cemetery.
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John /BORRODELL/




Husband John /BORRODELL/ 5 6

           Born: Between 1550 and 1559 - Cumberland, England
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         Father: Robert /BORRODELL/ (Between 1525/1530-      ) 6
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1 M Sir John /BORRODELL/ 5 6

           Born: Between 1585 and 1589 - Cork, Ireland
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           Died: 1667 - Cork, Ireland
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         Spouse: Anne /BROUGHTON/ (1593-After 1623) 5 6
           Marr: 1616 - Cork, Ireland




General Notes: Husband - John /BORRODELL/

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Robert /BORRODELL/




Husband Robert /BORRODELL/ 6

           Born: Between 1525 and 1530
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1 M John /BORRODELL/ 5 6

           Born: Between 1550 and 1559 - Cumberland, England
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General Notes: Husband - Robert /BORRODELL/

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General Notes: Child - John /BORRODELL/

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David /KENNEDY/ and Agnes /BORTHWICK/




Husband David /KENNEDY/

           Born: 1462 - Culzean Castle, Maybole, Ayreshire, Scotland
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           Died: 9 Sep 1513 - Flodden, Kirknewton, Northumberland, England
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Wife Agnes /BORTHWICK/

           Born: 1465 - Nenthorn, , Lothian, Scotland
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1 M Gilbert /KENNEDY/

           Born: 1485 - , Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland
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           Died: 1527 - Pow, Prestwick, Ayrshire, Scotland
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         Spouse: Isabel /CAMPBELL/ (1489-1529)
           Marr: 1506 - , Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland




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/BOSHWELL/ and /TOSH/




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         Father: Levi /TOSH/
         Mother: Alice Evelyn /WOOD/



   Other Spouse: /RODRICKUS/

   Other Spouse: /LARRIE/



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Andreas /BOSSERT/ and Christina Cathrina /GENSELIN/




Husband Andreas /BOSSERT/

           Born: 1725 - , , Pennsylvania
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           Died: 1755 - , Berks, Pennsylvania
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Wife Christina Cathrina /GENSELIN/

           Born: 1725 - , Summers, Virginia
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           Died: 1800 - , Summers, Virginia
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1 F Maria Barbara /BOSSERT/

           Born: 2 Feb 1752 - Greensville, Rockingham, Virginia
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           Died: 1800 - , Summers, Virginia
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         Spouse: Johann George /NULL/ (1742-1788)
           Marr: Aug 1768 - Greensville, Rockingham, Virginia




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Johann George /NULL/ and Maria Barbara /BOSSERT/




Husband Johann George /NULL/

           Born: 1742 - Jonestown, Lebanon, Pennsylvania
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           Died: 1788 - , Greenbrier, Virginia
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         Father: Nicholas /NULL/ (1720-1765)
         Mother: Anna Margaret /PENCE/ (1720-1769)


       Marriage: Aug 1768 - Greensville, Rockingham, Virginia




Wife Maria Barbara /BOSSERT/

           Born: 2 Feb 1752 - Greensville, Rockingham, Virginia
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           Died: 1800 - , Summers, Virginia
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         Father: Andreas /BOSSERT/ (1725-1755)
         Mother: Christina Cathrina /GENSELIN/ (1725-1800)





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1 M William T. /NULL/ Sr.

           Born: 24 Apr 1781 - , Monroe, Virginia
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           Died: 21 Jan 1848 - , Gallia, Ohio
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         Spouse: Abigail /MASSIE/ (1785-1862)
           Marr: 8 Apr 1802 - , Monroe, Virginia




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Charles Franklin /FERGUSON/ and Ann Hope /BOST/




Husband Charles Franklin /FERGUSON/ (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: William Campbell /FERGUSON/ (1898-1994)
         Mother: Eva Pearl /PETTY/ (1900-1988)


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1 M Charles Franklin /FERGUSON/ Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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         Spouse: Robin /HUGGINS/ (living)



2 F Lisa Ann /FERGUSON/ (details suppressed for this person)

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         Spouse: Gary /GAMISH/ (living)




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Jesse /BRELAND/ and Mary /BOSTIC/




Husband Jesse /BRELAND/

           Born: 27 Jun 1799 - BoggyGut, Beaufort, South Carolina
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           Died: 21 Jul 1874 - , Harrison, Mississippi
         Buried:  - , Stone, Mississippi


         Father: Absalom B. /BRELAND/ Sr. (1760-1830)
         Mother: Alice Jane /FRANKLIN/ (Abt 1764-      )


       Marriage: 1827 - , SouthCarolina




Wife Mary /BOSTIC/

           Born: 1802 - , SouthCarolina
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           Died:  - Harrison, Mississippi
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Children
1 F Rebecca /BRELAND/

           Born: 1828 - Beaufort, SouthCarolina
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         Spouse: John /HARRELL/ (living)



2 F Sarah Ann /BRELAND/

           Born: 23 Jan 1829 - , Perry, , Mississippi
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           Died: 14 Apr 1926 - , Mississippi
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         Spouse: Angus Knox /FAIRLEY/ (1815-      )
           Marr: 1843 - , Mississippi



3 M Martin Hansel /BRELAND/

           Born: 1 Sep 1830 - , Perry, , Mississippi
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           Died: 24 Jan 1877 - , Perry, Mississippi
         Buried:  - BrelandCemetary, Perry, Miss
         Spouse: Caroline /BRELAND/ (1835-      )
           Marr: 1850 - , Perry, Mississippi



4 M Jesse /BRELAND/ Jr.

           Born: 14 Dec 1831 - , Perry, Mississippi
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           Died: 18 Mar 1916
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         Spouse: Ann /LARGENT/ (living)
         Spouse: Matilda /LOTT/ (1841-      )
           Marr: 1879 - , Mississippi



5 F Mary /BRELAND/

           Born: 1832 - , Perry, , Mississippi
     Christened: 
           Died: Bef 1861 - , Mississippi
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         Spouse: John /PERKINS/ (living)



6 M Absalom /BRELAND/

           Born: 12 Mar 1833 - , Perry, Mississippi
     Christened: 
           Died: 3 Aug 1907
         Buried:  - BigLevel, Harrison, Mississipi
         Spouse: Lavina /BRELAND/ (1830-1903)
           Marr: 24 Nov 1853 - , Mississippi



7 M Bostick /BRELAND/

           Born: 23 Oct 1836 - , Perry, , Mississippi
     Christened: 
           Died: 11 Apr 1925 - BigLevel, Stone, Mississippi
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         Spouse: Elizabeth Louisa /BRELAND/ (1840-1901)
           Marr: 1 Mar 1855 - , Mississippi



8 F Hannah /BRELAND/

           Born: 28 Aug 1838 - , Perry, , Mississippi
     Christened: 
           Died: 16 Sep 1903 - , Mississippi
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Samuel D /WALKER/ (living)



9 M Manor Lawton /BRELAND/

           Born: 14 Dec 1840 - , Perry, , Mississippi
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           Died: 12 Mar 1919
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         Spouse: Sylvanna /PARKER/ (living)



10 M Seaborn Mike /BRELAND/

           Born: 13 Apr 1842 - , Perry, , Mississippi
     Christened: 
           Died: 29 Mar 1915 - , Mississippi
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         Spouse: Capitola /SCARBROUGH/ (living)
         Spouse: Priscilla /COKER/ (living)



11 F Delila /BRELAND/

           Born: 12 Jul 1844 - , Perry, , Mississippi
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           Died: 27 Dec 1919
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         Spouse: John /COOPER/ (1827-1908)
           Marr: 31 Aug 1870 - , Mississippi



12 M Elisha /BRELAND/

           Born: 12 Dec 1846 - , Perry, , Mississippi
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           Died: 14 Apr 1926 - , Mississippi
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         Spouse: Eliza /LOTT/ (living)




General Notes: Husband - Jesse /BRELAND/

Buried: Walker Cemetery, Stone Co or Harrison Co, MS (unsure which)


General Notes: Child - Rebecca /BRELAND/

Married Name:<_MARNM> Harrell
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Alan Duane /MAY/ and Carrie Lynn /BOSTICK/




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         Father: Joe Don /BOSTICK/
         Mother: Sadie Mae /BROWN/





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2 F Jenna Allison /MAY/ (details suppressed for this person)

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Joe Don /BOSTICK/ and Sadie Mae /BROWN/




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Wife Sadie Mae /BROWN/ (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: James Thomas /BROWN/ (1912-1965)
         Mother: Bonnie Opal /SMITH/





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1 F Carrie Lynn /BOSTICK/ (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Stephanie Renee /BOSTICK/ (details suppressed for this person)

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Michael /NORRIS/ and Stephanie Renee /BOSTICK/




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Wife Stephanie Renee /BOSTICK/ (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Joe Don /BOSTICK/
         Mother: Sadie Mae /BROWN/





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1 F Lauren Ashli /NORRIS/ (details suppressed for this person)

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John /ROGERS/ and Elizabeth /BOSTWICK/




Husband John /ROGERS/

           Born: 13 Oct 1585 - StratfordOn Avon, Warwickshire, England 8 9
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           Died: 1636 - England 8
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         Father: William /ROGERS/ (1550-      ) 5 9
         Mother: Elizabeth /WALKER/ (Abt 1558-      ) 5


       Marriage: Bef 1615




Wife Elizabeth /BOSTWICK/ 10

           Born: Abt 1595
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Children
1 M James /ROGERS/ 5 11 12

           Born: 2 Feb 1615 - StratfordOn Avon, Warwickshire, England 8 13 14
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           Died: 16 Feb 1687 - NewLondon, Connecticut 8 14 15
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         Spouse: Elizabeth /ROWLAND/ (1621-1709) 5 11 14
           Marr: 1639 - Connecticut 8 16




General Notes: Husband - John /ROGERS/

SOme sources hsow place of birth as Dedham, Essex, England.


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth /BOSTWICK/

Date is estimated.


General Notes: Child - James /ROGERS/

One LDS record shows him as the son of Thomas Rogers, Mayflower passenger, but this is proven to be incorrect.

His son, John, founded a religious sect called the Rogerenes, who were similar to the Quakers in that they abandoned long formal prayers and infant baptism, and embraced faith healing and pacifism.

Professor Camille Hanlon, traced the evolution of a tradition of principled dissent in the Rogers and Bolles families and their friends and followers. As Professor Hanlon has written, "The Rogers family came to New London in 1660, prospered in farming and trade, became dissenters from the local Congregational Church, and were persecuted for a hundred years before the first state constitution granted everyone religious liberty. Together with their neighbors, the Bolles family [and later the Waterhouse (Waterous) family and their associates], they stood their ground nonviolently throughout this long ordeal, speaking and writing eloquently for their cause until the majority accepted their views. Not satisfied with defending their own freedom, these nonviolent warriors were early defenders of the rights of persons of color, [steadfastly enduring] further persecution because of their actions on behalf of Native and African Americans."

The best known of the Rogers was John (1648-1721), whose father James had come to New London from Milford at the behest of John Winthrop Jr. to operate the local flour mill. In 1664, when John was still a teenager, James's success as a businessman had made him the wealthiest of New London's 105 inhabitants, wealthier even than his friend John Winthrop Jr., Governor of the Colony. Inspired in part by his father's religious dissent, John developed his own strong views on religious freedom and founded a controversial sect known as the Rogerenes.

In addition to freedom of religion (including separation of church and state), the Rogerenes espoused the equality of women and men, the abolition of slavery, peaceful co-existence with, and respect for, the Native Americans of the region, and temperance. The group identified itself with Quaker beliefs, hence the name Quaker Hill by which this area is still known, and for a time embraced the sabbatarianism of the free-thinking Seventh Day Baptists of Newport and Westerly, Rhode Island. As the New London community evolved, and the Rogerenes were gradually becoming less isolated within it, John Waterhouse and others established the Rogerene community of Quakertown in what is now Ledyard, across the river. Quakertown became a station on the Underground Railroad at mid-century, and in the second half of the century the Rogerenes became outspoken peace activists and sponsored annual conventions of the Universal Peace Union . As we enter a new millenium, the most poignant physical reminders of this remarkable sect are two humble burying grounds, one at Connecticut College, the other in the Quakertown section of Ledyard. The courageous spirit of the Rogerenes endures, however, in many of the most admirable characteristics of contemporary American life.

A selective bibliography of writings about the Rogerenes includes:


Bolles, J. A., and Anna Bolles Williams. The Rogerenes: Some Hitherto Unpublished Annals Belonging to the Colonial History of Connecticut. (Boston) 1904.
Caulkins, Frances M. History of New London, Connecticut. (New London, CT) 1866, reprinted 1995.
Decker, Robert O. The Whaling City: A History of New London. (Chester, CT) 1976.
Hanlon, Camille. Dissenters and Community Builders: The Rogers and Bolles Families in Early New London. (Unpublished manuscript in the Charles E. Shain Library, Connecticut College, New London.) 1996.
Merriam, Robert W. "The Rogerenes and Quakertown," in The Antecedents and Descendents of Noah Whipple of the Rogerene Community of Quakertown, Connecticut. Clara H. McGuigan, ed. (Ithaca, NY) 1971.
Rogers, James Swift. James Rogers of New London, Connecticut, and His Descendents. (Boston) 1902.
Seventh Day Baptists in Europe and America. (Plainfield, NJ) 1910 (vol. 1-2); 1972 (vol. 3).
In addition, Rogerene beliefs and attitudes have been preserved in the l8th century writings of John Rogers, and in The Battle-Axe, an early 19th century argument against war and hypocrisy by Timothy Waterous and his sons (3rd ed. privately printed, 1927).

Other sources show his place ofbirth as Dedham, Essex, England.

Probably a passenger in the Increase, from London

In 1637 he was one of six men from Saybrook, who under Capt. John Underhill, took part in the Pequot war.

See general notes.
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Andrew S. (Albert) /PARSONS/ and Latichie Bell /BOSTWICK/




Husband Andrew S. (Albert) /PARSONS/

            AKA: Albert //
           Born: 1849
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           Died: 1930 - Yellowpine, , Alabama
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       Marriage: 25 Sep 1905 - Williamsburg, Attala, Mississippi




Wife Latichie Bell /BOSTWICK/

           Born: Jul 1876 - Rockport, Mississippi
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           Died: 16 Jul 1946 - Yellowpine, , Alabama
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         Father: William Thomas /BOSTWICK/ (      -1896)
         Mother: Laura Eveline /BELL/ (      -1915)





Children
1 F Elizabeth (Betty) /PARSONS/

            AKA: Betty //
           Born: 23 Dec 1911 - Collins, Covington, Mississippi
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           Died: 17 Dec 1985 - Kosciusko, Attala, Mississippi
         Buried:  - Kosciusko, Attala, Mississippi
         Spouse: John William /FRAZIER/ (1907-1980)
           Marr: 16 May 1926 - Shiloh, Leake, Mississippi




General Notes: Child - Elizabeth (Betty) /PARSONS/

Buried in Parkway Cemetery
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Latichie Bell /BOSTWICK/




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Wife Latichie Bell /BOSTWICK/

           Born: Jul 1876 - Rockport, Mississippi
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           Died: 16 Jul 1946 - Yellowpine, , Alabama
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         Father: William Thomas /BOSTWICK/ (      -1896)
         Mother: Laura Eveline /BELL/ (      -1915)



   Other Spouse: Andrew S. (Albert) /PARSONS/ (1849-1930) - 25 Sep 1905 - Williamsburg, Attala, Mississippi



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/NUNN/ and /BOSWELL/




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         Father: /NUNN/
         Mother: /McKINNON/


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         Father: /BOSWELL/ Jr.
         Mother: /BENNETT/





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1 M /NUNN/ Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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         Spouse: /BLAINE/ (living)



2 M /NUNN/ (details suppressed for this person)

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/CARTER/ and /BOSWELL/




Husband /CARTER/ (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: John William /CARTER/ (1896-1954)
         Mother: Opal Idalhia /CAIN/


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   Other Spouse: /DOVE/

   Other Spouse: /WIGLEY/

   Other Spouse: /WILSON/




Wife /BOSWELL/ (details suppressed for this person)

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Henry /BOSWELL/ and Eliza /ROBY/




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Wife Eliza /ROBY/

           Born: 1810
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         Father: Timothy /ROBY/ (1777-Abt 1825)
         Mother: Anna // (1783-1797)



   Other Spouse: Robert /EDWARDS/



Children

General Notes: Wife - Eliza /ROBY/

Unconfirmed Robert Edwards as husband.
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John B. /LESTER/ and Temperance /BOSWELL/




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Wife Temperance /BOSWELL/ (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M George Freeman Sr. /LESTER/

           Born: 13 Jan 1839 - , , Louisiana
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         Spouse: Mary Ann /MITCHELL/ (1853-1900)
           Marr: 8 Feb 1872 - , Attala, Mississippi




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William Arthur /BOSWELL/ and Jane /ROBY/




Husband William Arthur /BOSWELL/ (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Jane /ROBY/

           Born: 1798
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         Father: Timothy /ROBY/ (1777-Abt 1825)
         Mother: Anna // (1783-1797)





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John /BOTETOURT/ and Maud /DE GREY/




Husband John /BOTETOURT/ (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Maud /DE GREY/ (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Lord Grey of Rotherfield John /DE GREY/ (1300-1359)
         Mother: Avice /MARMION/





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1 F Maud /BOTETOURT/ (details suppressed for this person)

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Reginald /DE GREY/ and Maud /BOTETOURT/




Husband Reginald /DE GREY/

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Wife Maud /BOTETOURT/ (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: John /BOTETOURT/
         Mother: Maud /DE GREY/





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1 M 5th Baron de Wilton Henry /DE GREY/ (details suppressed for this person)

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Roger /DE CLIFFORD/ and Hawise /BOTTERELL/




Husband Roger /DE CLIFFORD/ 5

           Born: Abt 1221 - Tenbury, Worcestershire, England
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           Died: 1285 - France
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         Father: Roger /DE CLIFFORD/ (Abt 1189-1232) 5
         Mother: Sibyl /D'EWYAS/ (Abt 1175-1236) 5


       Marriage: Bef 1243




Wife Hawise /BOTTERELL/ 5

           Born: Abt 1225 - Tenbury, Worcestershire, England
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         Father: John /BOTTERELL/ (Abt 1185-After 1225) 5
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1 M Roger /DE CLIFFORD/ 5

           Born: 1243 - CliffordCastle, Clifford, Herefordshire, England
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           Died: 6 Nov 1282 - MenaiStrait, Anglesey, Wales
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         Spouse: Isabel /VETERIPOINT/ (1254-1291) 5
           Marr: 1269 - CliffordCastle, Clifford, Herefordshire, England




General Notes: Husband - Roger /DE CLIFFORD/

Date is estimated.


General Notes: Wife - Hawise /BOTTERELL/

Date is estimated.
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John /BOTTERELL/




Husband John /BOTTERELL/ 5

           Born: Abt 1185 - England
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           Died: After 1225
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1 F Hawise /BOTTERELL/ 5

           Born: Abt 1225 - Tenbury, Worcestershire, England
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         Spouse: Roger /DE CLIFFORD/ (Abt 1221-1285) 5
           Marr: Bef 1243




General Notes: Child - Hawise /BOTTERELL/

Date is estimated.
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Thomas /DE GREENE/ and Alice /BOTTISHAM/




Husband Thomas /DE GREENE/ 5

           Born: Abt 1260 - Broughton, England
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         Father: John /DE GREENE/ (Abt 1232-      ) 5
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       Marriage: Bef 1292




Wife Alice /BOTTISHAM/ 5

           Born: Abt 1264 - Braunston, Northamptonshire, England
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         Father: Thomas /BOTTISHAM/ (Abt 1238-      ) 5
         Mother: 





Children
1 M Thomas /DE GREENE/ 5

           Born: 1292 - Broughton, England
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         Spouse: Lucy /LA ZOUCHE/ (Abt 1279-      ) 5
           Marr: Bef 1310



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Sources


1 Alvin K. Swonger, Schwanger/Swanger/Swonger Descendants Book (Alvin K. Swonger
1280 Gilbert Stuart Rd.
Saunderstown, RI 02874).

2 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Pedigree Resource File, Compact Disc #4 Pin #216547.

3 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Pedigree Resource File, Compact Disc #4 Pin #216548.

4 Luke Joshua Stevens (anfortas@geocities.com), Descent from Adam
to Luke Joshua Stevens
online@ http://geocities.com/Athens/Aegean/2444/descent.htm
(1997-1999).

5 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R) (Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998).

6 http://www.familytreemaker.com.

7 Walter Palmer Society, Walter Palmer Society (http://www.walterpalmer.com/ 2001).

8 Baker, History of Montville, Connecticut (1896).

9 International Genealogical Index (LDS, Salt Lake City, UT), Batch number: Dates Source Call No. Type
P010791 1558-1652 0599889.

10 Internet Search, Altavista: http://members.aol.com/ELEEV/rogers.html.

11 Broderbund Software, Broderbund Software Genealogy CD (Broderbund Software PO Box 6124 Novato, CA 94948-6125), WFT V 07 # 0285.

12 Internet Search, Altavista: http://www.bway.net/~oldnews/rogers.htm.

13 International Genealogical Index (LDS, Salt Lake City, UT), Batch number: Source Call No. Type
5029419 1553934 Film
Sheet: 43.

14 Rogers, James Swift, James Rogers of New London, CT and His Descendants (Boston, 1902, 514p).

15 Savage, James, A Genalogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 169 (Boston, 1860-1862).

16 International Genealogical Index (LDS, Salt Lake City, UT), Film Number: 458148.


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