Our Randolph Family - FFV & DAR

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MY DIRECT GRANDMOTHERS TO SCOTLAND'S KING ROBERT DE BRUCE ARE AS FOLLOWS - #1 - OPHELIA IS MY GRANDMOTHER

1. Ophelia Harris m. Earley Thomas Terrell
2. Fannie Pierce McGeHee m. Charles Thomas W. Terrell
3. Ann Terrell (1817 – 1880) m. Joseph Carr Terrell
4. Lucy Carr m. Richard Terrell
5. Martha Jefferson (Thomas Jefferson’s sister) m. Dabney Carr
6. Jane Randolph m. Peter Jefferson
7. Jane Rogers m. General Isham Randolph – goes back 16 generations to King Henry III and all Plantagenet kings before him.
8. Mary Isham m. William “Colonel” Randolph
9. Elizabeth Ryland m. Richard Randolph (1620 – 1671)
10. Dorothy Lane (Beaufort) m. William Randolph (1572 – 1671) -
11. Rose Roberts m. Robert Randolph – Hams Sussex
12. Joann Webbe m. John Randall II
13. Isabel Stewart m. Sir Thomas Randall
14. Lady Isabel Bruce (sister of Robert de Bruce) m. Sir Thomas Randolf, Lord of Stratnith
15. King Robert de Bruce of Scotland

RANDOLPH ANCESTRY - which leads to Thomas Jefferson and his sister, Martha - who is my 5th great-grandmother

GENERATION 1
1. "John The Elder"1 Randall was born on (birth date unknown) around 1230 in Scotland.
SOURCE: notes taken from various texts concerning his son John Randall, supplied by the Virginia Historical Society Library during a 1997 visit. Name interchangeably spelled Randall or Randolph.
Further links are:
  *Sir Thomas Randolf, Lord of Stratnith, was the Sheriff of Rexburgh in 1266, Great Chamberlain of Scotland from 1266 to 1278, and played a prominent part in the politics of the time. He married Lady Isabel Bruce, daughter of Robert Bruce, Earl of Carrick, and sister of King Robert Bruce, by whom
  *They had a son, Sir Thomas Randolph (d:1332), who became the first Earl of Moray, and on the death of Bruce, became the Regent of Scotland.
*SOURCE: Media Research Bureau, Washington, DC, abt. 1988-89. The file states: The 1st Earl Of Moray was the renowned Sir Thomas Randolph, warrior, statesman, and patriot of Scottish History. He was the nephew of Robert Bruce and son of Lady Isabel Bruce.
  *Randolph captured the castle of Edinburgh in 1313, was victorious at the battle of Bannockburn in 1334, and commanded a division of the Scottish Army. Banockburn is said to be the pivotal victory that gave Scots the perpetual self confidence which kept them from ever again becoming a subject race.
  Upon the death of Robert Bruce, Sir Thomas Randolph became Regent of Scotland and guardian of young King David. He applied himself with great vigor to the settlement of the kingdom. He married Isabel Stewart, daughter of Sir John Stewart of Bunkyl and had issue (Thomas, John, and Agnes).
  Son Thomas became the 2nd Earl of Moray and was later killed in battle.

GENERATION 2
  Son John succeeded his brother and became the 3rd Earl of Moray. Sir Thomas Randolph of Moray, his father, was the Thomas Randolph who was Chamberlain of Scotland for some years, during the reign of Alexander III.
*Ronald McNair Scott writes in his book, Robert the Bruce, p82, 111 - "Thomas, Earl of Moray (d. 1332) was captured by English at Methven and protected by his friendship of the Earl of Pembroke and pardoned upon his promise to fight for the English against uncle Bruce. Recaptured by Douglas and returned to the side of Bruce who's genial personality won him back.
*Thomas's parents were Thomas Randolph and a daughter of Marjorie -Countess of Carrick -
a. her father was an Earl and was the only descendant of a Celtic Prince, Fergus of Galloway
b. her second marriage was to Robert the Bruce, then Earl of Carrick
c. her first husband was Adam de Kilconquahar (great grandson of Duncan, Earl of Fife) who was a friend and knight of Robert the Bruce that died in battle of the Palestine defense of Acre while his wife was still pregnant."

*Coat of Arms: has a crest of an antelope holding perhaps a golden horn in its mouth - over an armoured helmet and large shield with a prominent cross adorned with 5 stars. The motto across the top banner is "NIL ADMIRARI" - loosely, "Nothing is to be admired," across the bottom banner is "FARI QUE SENTIAT" - loosely, " enduring courage, virtue, pursuit of pure thinking." Some have said it indicates "deathless courage, generosity and elevation of mind". Others say: "Wonder at nothing, do what is right". Yet others say: "To speak what he thinks".
"John Randall had the following child:

GENERATION 3
JOHN RANDALL ("John The Elder"1) was born before 1463, the first event for which there is a recorded date. John died 1463.
He married an unknown person.
John Randall had the following children:
 1. John Randall II was born before 1552, the first event for which there is a recorded date.
 2. Sir Thomas Randall was born 1523. Sir died 1590 at 67 years of age. He was a confidential diplomatic agent to Russia and Scotland for Queen Elizabeth I. *SOURCE: The Randolphs, Bobbs-Merril, 1946: Eckinrode stated his belief that "the Randolphs of Virginia were of the same family as Thomas Randolph (d1311), first Earl of Moray (Murray), nephew of King Robert Bruce of Scotland, captor of Edinburgh Castle and commander of a victorious Scottish force at the battle of Bannockburn (1314)"

GENERATION 3
JOHN RANDALL II (John2, "John The Elder"1) was born before 1552, the first event for which there is a recorded date. John died 1552.
He married JOANNE WEBBE
John Randall II and Joann Webbe had the following child:
1. Robert Randolph was born before November 7, 1572.
 
Generation 4
ROBERT RANDOLPH (John3 Randall, John2, "John The Elder"1) was born in Hams, Sussex, England before November 7, 1572.
He married ROSE ROBERTS. Rose was born in Hawkhurst, county Kent, England.
Robert Randolph and Rose Roberts had the following child:
1. William Randolph was born November 7, 1572.

Generation 5
WILLIAM RANDOLPH (Robert4, John3 Randall, John2, "John The Elder"1) was born November 7, 1572. William died 1671 in Troup Co, Ga (probably), at 98 years of age.
He married twice. He married DOROTHY LANE.
1. Dorothy is the daughter of Richard Lane and Elizabeth Vincent. Dorothy Lane Please visit the Parsons website at - http://shell5.ba.best.com/~parsons/dooo2/g0000042.html#I2173 Dorothy Lane's - (please scroll down on your left)
2. her great grandfather was Francis Tanfield –
3. his great grandfather was John de Beaufort –
4. whose father was Edward III, King of England. Ed III's father was
5. Edward II, and his mother was Princess of France.
6. father was Edward "Longshanks"
He married Elizabeth Smith. Some say Warwickshire was William's birthplace. William was steward to Edward Lord Zouch. VHS College of arms copy shows son Robert and son Thomas - who was the famous poet.

( William Randolph and ELIZABETH SMITH had the following child:
 1. Thomas "the Poet" Randolph
was born in Newnham, England June 15, 1605. Thomas died March 17, 1635 at 29 years of age. 1. PEDIGREE OF THE DESCENDANTS OF HENRY RANDOLPH, I (1623-1673) OF 2 CONT HENRICO COUNTY, VIRGINIA. Manuscript by Wassell Randolph, 1957. CSL Sutro2 CONT Library, San Francisco, CA, call number #CS71 R193 1957, also on micro-fiche ) (SCROLL DOWN ON THE LEFT ARROW TO CONTINUE)

William Randolph and Dorothy Lane had the following children:
1. Richard Randolph was born February 21, 1620/21.
 2. Henry Randolph was born 1623.

Generation 6
RICHARD RANDOLPH (William5, Robert4, John3 Randall, John2, "John The Elder"1) was born February 21, 1620/21. Richard died 1671 in Dublin, at 50 years of age.
He married ELIZABETH RYLAND in Morton Hall. Virginia Families says birth 2/22/1627.
Richard Randolph and Elizabeth Ryland had the following child:
 1. William "Colonel" Randolph was born 1649.

Generation 7
WILLIAM "COLONEL" RANDOLPH (Richard6, William5, Robert4, John3 Randall, John2, "John The Elder"1) was born in Northamptonshire 1649. William died April 11,1711 in Turkey Island, VA, at 61 years of age.
He married MARY ISHAM 1680. Mary was born 1659.
1. Mary was the daughter of Henry Isham and Katherine Banks. Mary died October 19, 1742 at 83 years of age. 2. Mary's grandmother was Joan Busley, who married Henry Isham Sr. and who also was Maid of the Wardrobe to Queen Elizabeth.
3. Mary was also a direct descendant of Alfred the Great, Edward the Elder - King of England, Henry I - King of France, Anne of Austria, Heingst - King of Saxony AD 434.
*All this per Daughters of American Revolution magazine, May, 1921. Suggested by some that no other couple in history has had more distinguished descendants than William and Mary Randolph.
*Bermuda Hundred was established in 1613 by Sir Thomas Dale as the first incorporated town in VA. Johne Rolfe, colony recorder, married Pocahontas there - ceremony conducted by Rev Alex Whitaker. *SOURCES: VA Historical Magazine vol 19,14,3,45,85,87 History of Woodford County by William E. Railey. William Randolph of Turkey Island and his Immediate descendants, by Wassell Randolph, Colonial Dames Hobbies magazine 9/1941.
"The Visitation of Northamptonshire" lists Mary as the eldest daughter fo Henry Isham, only surviving son of Wiliam Isham, 3rd son of Sir Euseby Isham of Pytchley." A big man with a hawk nose. BORN AT MORETON MORRELL IN WARWICKSHIRE, ENGLAND-per his tombstone. (Some ref to Yorkshire).
Suggested by some that no other couple in history had a greater number of distinguished descendants than Wm & Mary Randolph.
1. Sixteenth generation in line of descent from King Henry III.
2. William was the Clerk of Henrico County succeeding uncle Henry.
3. William was the U.S. Attorney General from 1670 to 1671.
4. Also a speaker of the House of Burgesses in1698 - He was a loyalist. who came to America in 1672 [PER VIRGINIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY VOL XLV - DEC. 1937]
5. He was the King's Colony council in VA, and Colonial Attorney General.
6. He was a founder of Willliam and Mary College and one of the Trustees.
7. He was known as a tobacco planter, merchant, and colonial official
TURKEY ISLAND homesite is on the north side of the James river about 15 miles from the falls. Once a peninsula connected by land at the South end, ships were required to travel all the way around the 1329-acre property in a time consuming horseshoe shaped loop. In 1934, a 3/4 mile ship channel was cut out by the Army corps of engineers to facilitate water shipping from Newport News to Richmond. The 2 1/2 mile by 1/2 mile wide island is now a National wildlife refuge, called "Presque Isle" or "Presquile", which means peninsula in French. The name was coined after the visiting report of French emigre', Duc de la Rochefoucault Liancort.
The island has been well cared for by the Department of the Interior, US Fish and Wildlife Service. William and his brother built a 2 story frame home approximately 34 feet by 60 feet on the four-room plan with a symmetrical three-bay front elevation, brick "noggings", three-run open well stairs, deck-on-hip roof, two interior brick chimneys, and a raised full basement of Flemish-bond brick, situated on the extreme Southeast corner upon a sharp rising bluff. Old family letters refer to a front porch.
Some historical records suggest that cousin Richard Randolph II of Curles may have been the actual builder-contractor of the house. Conflicting historical records indicate the house was: "an imposing imported English brick mansion with a high cupola. The homesite, built on a rise in the Southwest corner of the island was expertly nestled among stately buckeye, pecan, holly, and oak trees, and must have been a wonderful place to live.
A tiny cemetery is located at the edge of the terraced groves with the remaining gravestones. The Virginia Historical Society revealed the fact that many of the Randolphs were buried on the island, but storms must have obliterated the Randolph sites and headstones. The original William Randolph "The Immigrant" was buried on Turkey Island in 1711. Mary Isham Randolph was buried there in 1742. Also buried on the island in 1742 were William "Councilor" Randolph and Colonel Isham Randolph. Ryland Randolph was buried there about 1803. William and Mary Randolph had 3 children who died as infants, William, Elizabeth, and Joseph who should also be buried on Turkey Island. There is speculation as to whether the current four non-Randolph gravesites are in the proper location or not.
There were two brick 2-room outbuildings with gable roofs to the rear of the main house which are reported to have been slave quarters and a kitchen. In 1801, David Meade Randolph, Federal Marshall of Virginia, sold the farm. In 1952, the property was willed to the Virginia Commission of Game, and subsequently transferred to the U. S. Department of the Interior. According to historical records, Lafayette used the house as headquarters before the siege of Yorktown. And, during the Civil War, the house was said to have been bombarded and occupied by Federal soldiers. The house was used by General Pickett and was reportedly dismantled, piece by piece and carried to Appomattox to be used in the building of a war hospital. After the war, it was rebuilt in the original location. Damaged by fire at a later date, the house was rebuilt again.
*COAT OF ARMS IS A "GU UPON A CROSS OR, F MULLETS GU" TWO MOTTOS "NIL ADMIRARI' ABOVE, AND "FARI QUAE SENTIAT" BELOW. Meaning - " Never fear to speak the truth you feel"
*COLLIERS ENCYCLOPEDIA says: William Randolph (1651-1711), founder of the family in America, was the son of a Warwickshire country gentleman who came to Virginia about 1672. He established the pattern by which his descendants prospered: vast land ownership combined with the holding of vital and lucrative public offices.
1. William Randolph became king's attorney and clerk and speaker of the House of Burgesses.
2. He acquired 15,000 acres of land, which became the nucleus of the family holdings.
3. He had seven sons, five of whom founded notable lines that became associated with great plantations stretching along the James River from Williamsburg beyond Richmond: William Randolph II of Wilton, Thomas Randolph of Tuckahoe, Richard Randolph of Curles, Isham Randolph of Dungeness, and Sir John Randolph of Tazewell Hall.
4. The Randolphs became allied by marriage with the Beverleys, Blands, Bollings, Carters, Carys, Harrisons, Lees, Pages, and other aristocratic families of Virginia and intermarried until their own numerous lines were tangled "like fishhooks." It is suggested that confederate General JEB Stuart and Lady Astor are also descendants.
*SOURCES:
1. THE PARSONS HERITAGE: 1651-1989, Part 1. By Mrs. Robert B. Parsons, 1989, pp59, 91-96. Unpublished manuscript is in the possession of Mr. Gary A. Parsons.
2. LIVING DESCENDANTS OF BLOOD ROYAL IN AMERICA: Volume 4, 1881-1960. Published by World Nobility and Peerage, London, England, 1959, pp127, 303, & 360. California State Library at Sutro, San Francisco, CA, call number CS55.A29
3. THE RANDOLPHS: The Story Of A Virginia Family. By H. J. Eckenrode, Bobbs - Merrill Publishing Co., Indianapolis, NY, 1946. A copy is in the possession of Mr. Gary A. Parsons.
4. THE RANDOLPHS OF VIRGINIA: America's Formost Family. By Jonathan Daniels, 1972. Pub. by Doubleday, Garden City, NY. California State Library at Sutro, San Francisco, CA., CS71.R193).
5. SOME PROMINENT VIRGINIA FAMILIES. By Louise Pecquet du Bellet, pp129-164. Published by the Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1976. Santa Clara Public Library, Santa Clara, CA, call number GR 929.2 P36.
6. CONCISE DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY. Published by Charles Scribner & Sons, 1964.
7. PEDIGREE OF THE DESCENDANTS OF HENRY RANDOLPH, I (1623-1673) OF HENRICO COUNTY, VIRGINIA. Manuscript by Wassell Randolph, 1957. CSL Sutro Library, San Francisco, CA, call number #CS71 R193 1957, also on micro-fiche #G3 G1714
8. THE MAGNA CHARTA SURETIES, 1215: The Barons Named in the Magna Charta, 1215 And Some of Their Descendants Who Settled in America During The Early Colonial Years, Fourth Edition, 1993. By Frederick Lewis Weis, Th.D., 1955. Published by the Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1993. Santa Clara Public Library, Santa Clara, CA, call number GR 929.72 W42.
 9. THE ROYAL DESCENTS OF 500 IMMIGRANTS; To The American Colonies or the United States, Who Were Themselves Notable or Left Descendants Notable in American History. By Gary Boyd Roberts, 1993. Published by the Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, 1001 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21202.
10. From the files of Mr. Harold L. Davey, 205 Yoakum Parkway, 1711, Alexandria, VA 22304, CompuServe address: 70243,3066 March 3, 1994.

William "Colonel" Randolph and Mary Isham had the following children:
 1. William "Councillor"8 Randolph II was born November 1, 1681
2. Isham RANDOLPH –
3. Jane RANDOLPH

Generation 8
GENERAL ISHAM RANDOLPH (William "Colonel"7, Richard6, William5, Robert4, John3 Randall, John2, "John The Elder"1) was born February 24, 1685/86. General died on November 2, 1742 in Dungeness, at 56 years of age.
He married JANE RODGERS. Jane was born in Oakhill Cemetery, Union Springs, Bullock Co, Al. about 1685. Jane was the daughter of Charles Rodgers and Jane Lilburne. Jane died 1761 at 76 years of age. *SOURCES: !SOURCES: 1. THE ROYAL DESCENTS OF 500 IMMIGRANTS; To The American Colonies or the United States, Who Were Themselves Notable or Left Descendants Notable in American History. By Gary Boyd Roberts, 1993. Published by the Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, 1001 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21202. 2. From the files of Mr. Harold L. Davey, 205 Yoakum Parkway, 1711, Alexandria, VA 22304, CompuServe address: 70243,3066 March 3, 1994. Jane was his second wife. He was Educated at William & Mary. Colonial "consul at port". Colony Lt General. Englands Virginia Representative. Colonel in the county militia. House of Burgesses. 10 slaves. Captain of the ship Henrietta on the James River.
His Dungeness estate was adjacent to Rock Castle of Tarleton Fleming on the north Bank, just above licking creek. Dungeness was to be confiscated in 1779 as "Property of a British Subject"; but he turned over to brother's son, Thomas Esten Randolph and avoided it.

General Isham Randolph and Jane Rodgers had the following children:
1. Isham Randolph Jr. was born about 1714.
2. Isham Randolph II was born in Anniston, Calhoun Co, Al. June 10, 1718. Isham died June 20, 1718 at less than one year of age.
3. Mary Randolph was born about 1718.
4. Jane Randolph was born 1720.
5. Anne "Anna" Randolph was born about 1721.
6. Susanna Randolph was born about 1722.
7. Isham Randolph III was born August 08, 1724. Isham died 1771 at 46 years of age. He married Sarah Hargraves 1749. Sea captain.
8. Thomas Isham Randolph was born about 1728.
9. William Randolph was born July 29, 1729.
10. Elizabeth "Betty" Randolph was born 1730.
11. Dorothea Randolph was born January 24, 1730/31.
12. Thomas I. Randolph was born in Anniston, Calhoun Co, Al. March 31, 1732. Thomas died May 20, 1732 at less than one year of age.

Generation 9 - For a great look at the Jefferson Graveyard please go to -
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JANE RANDOLPH (General Isham8, William "Colonel"7, Richard6, William5, Robert4, John3 Randall, John2, "John The Elder"1) was born in Dungeness 1720.
Jane died March 31, 1776 at 55 years of age.
She married PETER JEFFERSON in 1739. (see website above)
Peter was born about 1707. Peter died about 1757. *SOURCES FOR PETER JEFFERSON: 1. THE ROYAL DESCENTS OF 500 IMMIGRANTS; To The American Colonies or the United States, Who Were Themselves Notable or Left Descendants Notable in American History. By Gary Boyd Roberts, 1993. Published by the Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, 1001 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21202.
Peter's birth may be 10/3/39. Extremely large and strong man. "Father's family came from Wales, near Mt Snowdon. " TJ, an intimate history by Fawn M. Brodie. . Jane's Gravestone reads: "A discreet and virtuous woman".
Jane Randolph and Peter Jefferson had the following children:
1. Jane Jefferson was born on (birth date unknown).
2. Thomas Jefferson 3rd President was born April 13, 1743.
3. Mary Jefferson was born about 1744.
4. Elizabeth Jefferson was born about 1746. Mentally retarded.
5. Martha Jefferson was born about 1747.
6. Peter Field Jefferson was born about 1748. Peter died 1748 at less than one year of age. Peter died in infancy.
7. Boy Jefferson was born about 1749. Boy died 1749 at less than one year of age. Died at birth.
8. Lucy Jefferson was born about 1750.
 9. Anna Scott Jefferson was born about 1751. Anna died July 8, 1828 at 77 years of age. She married Hastings Marks in France. Hastings was born about 1750. Hastings died 1811 at 61 years of age.
Anna had was a twin with Randolph Jefferson.
10. Randolph Jefferson was born about 1752. He married Anne Jefferson Lewis. Anne was born about 1753. Anne was the daughter of Charles Lewis and Mary Randolph.
1. Randolph and Anne were first cousins.
2 Twin with Anna Scott Jefferson

Generation 10
MARTHA JEFFERSON (Jane9 Randolph, General Isham8, William "Colonel"7, Richard6, William5, Robert4, John3 Randall, John2, "John The Elder"1)
• BIRTH: 1746
• DEATH: 1811
Father: Peter JEFFERSON
Mother: Jane RANDOLPH
Family 1: Dabney CARR
1. +Lucy CARR
2. Peter CARR
She married Dabney Carr. Dabney was born about 1746. Martha was the sister of President Thomas Jefferson
Martha Jefferson and Dabney Carr had the following children:
1. Peter Carr
2. Samuel Carr
3. Dabney Jr Carr
4. Polly Carr
5. Jane Carr
6. Lucy Carr - 1768 - 1803. She married Richard Terrell.
Lucy CARR
• BIRTH: 7 Mar 1768
• DEATH: 1803
Father: Dabney CARR
Mother: Martha JEFFERSON
Family 1: Richard TERRELL is the brother of William Tyrrell b. June 1629 – 1729 in Reading Berkshire, England.
1. Ann TERRELL born approx. 1790
2. Lucy TERRELL
3. +Martha Jefferson TERRELL
4. Virginia TERRELL
5. Dabney Carr TERRELL
6. Mary Jane TERRELL
________________________________________
  _John CARR _______
 _Dabney CARR ______|
| |_Barbara OVERTON _
|
|--Lucy CARR
|
| _Peter JEFFERSON _
|_Martha JEFFERSON _|
  |_Jane RANDOLPH ___
Ann TERRELL
Father: Richard TERRELL
Mother: Lucy CARR
________________________________________
  _Richmond TERRELL IV_
 _Richard TERRELL _|
| |_Ann OVERTON ________
|
|--Ann TERRELL 1790
|
| _Dabney CARR ________
|_Lucy CARR _______|
  |_Martha JEFFERSON ___
. Robert TYRRELL (1594-1643) b&d.Reading, Berks.[39,43]
: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +Jane BALDWIN; 24/6/1617, Reading, Berkshire [39,43]
: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. Margaret TYRRELL (c.1618) of Reading, Berks. [43]
: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +Thomas WARNER [43]
: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2. Roger TYRRELL (?-1683), Reading, Berkshire;
: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . d.Milford, CT, USA [43]
: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ………………+Abigail UFFORD; 1638, Milford, CT, USA [43]
: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. Robert TYRRELL (1619-1677) of Reading, Berks.;
: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . d.London [39,43]
: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4. Marie TYRRELL (1620) of Reading, Berks. [43]
: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +John MEWE [43]
: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5. Richmond TERRELL (1624-1680) of Reading, Berks.;
: . . ………….. New Kent Co, VA, USA [39,43]
: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +Ann OVERTON (1625) [43]
: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +Elizabeth ? (1631); 1649 [39,43]

Generation 11
ANN TERRELL MARRIED DABNEY CARR TERRELL
(Martha10 Jefferson (Jane9 Randolph, General Isham8, William "Colonel"7, Richard6, William5, Robert4, John3 Randall, John2, "John The Elder"1)

Dabney Carr Terrell b. Dec. 7, 1807 married Ann Terrell on Aug. 3, 1845 in Hanover County, Virginia.
Anne was born on May 10, 1817 and died May 21, 1880.
Ann TERRELL
Father: Richard TERRELL
Mother: Lucy CARR
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  _Richmond TERRELL IV_
 _Richard TERRELL _|
| |_Ann OVERTON ________
|
|--Ann TERRELL
|
| _Dabney CARR ________
|_Lucy CARR _______|
  |_Martha JEFFERSON ___

They had four children- This one is my great grandfather
1. Charles Thomas W. Terrell b. 1852

Generation 12
CHARLES THOMAS W. TERRELL
( Ann 11 Terrell, Martha10 Jefferson, Jane9 Randolph, General Isham8, William "Colonel"7, Richard6, William5, Robert4, John3 Randall, John2, "John The Elder"1)
 b. 1852 married Fannie Pierce McGehee She was born on Nov. 27, 1852 and was a daughter of Alexander Stewart McGehee 16 Sep 1826 and Mary Jane Thompson 1854 She died at Beaver Dam, Hanover County, Va. On April 29, 1929. They were the parents of five sons.
1. Dr. Emmett Herman Terrell b. May 10, 1878 m. Daisy Ellett
2. Hervey Rosser Terrell b. Aug 20, 1880 d. Jan 10, 1920 married Lucy Vaughan b. Jan 22. 1880 (my Aunt Lucy that cat Miss Lucy was named after. What a great lady she was)
3. Joseph Stuart Terrell b. Oct. 18, 1886 married Y. Winfrey (Uncle Joe)
4. Charles Pierce Terrell b. Sept. 6, 1892 m. Mabel C. Billups
5. Earley Thomas Terrell b. May 13, 1882

Generation 13
EARLEY THOMAS TERRELL ( Charles 12 Thomas Terrell, Ann 11 Terrell, Martha10 Jefferson (Jane9 Randolph, General Isham8, William "Colonel"7, Richard6, William5, Robert4, John3 Randall, John2, "John The Elder"1)
b. May 13, 1882
d. 1967 Earley was my grandfather and married Ophelia Louise Harris. They lived in a big house in Ashland, Virginia, and I have written many stories about them
They had four children.
1. Earley Thomas Terrell (Uncle Earley who was a psychiatrist and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. Married to Eugenia Jackson Beazley (Aunt Jean)
2. Francis Nelson Terrell b. Jan 14, 1915 d. Nov. 5 1972 married Henry Drewry Kerr, Jr.
3. Martha Louise Terrell b. June 22, 1920 married Nathan Lenoir Riddle. They live in Georgia outside of Atlanta
4. James Emmett Terrell –

Generation 14
JAMES EMMETT TERRELL ( Earley 13 Terrell, Charles 12 Thomas Terrell, Ann 11 Terrell, Martha10 Jefferson (Jane9 Randolph, General Isham8, William "Colonel"7, Richard6, William5, Robert4, John3 Randall, John2, "John The Elder"1)
b. 1911 Ashland, VA -
d. Nov. 7, 1967 Evansville, Indiana
m. to Nannie Belle Clendenin, Greensboro, NC. 1937
Attended William & Mary College, Williamsburg, VA
Was Senior Vice President of Mead Johnson & Co. a division of Bristol Meyers Pharmaceuticals
Elder in the 1st Presbyterian Church; Lions Club; Kiwanis Club; Evansville Country Club

Generation 15
NANCY CLENDENIN TERRELL
  ( James 14 Emmett Terrell, Earley 13 Thomas Terrell, Charles 12 Thomas Terrell, Ann 11 Terrell, Martha10 Jefferson (Jane9 Randolph, General Isham8, William "Colonel"7, Richard6, William5, Robert4, John3 Randall, John2, "John The Elder"1)
b. Jan. 12, 1940 in Richmond, Virginia
m. Morton Franklin Longnecker, Jr. on Aug. 27, 1960
son - Gregory Stuart Longnecker
son - Michael Emmett Longnecker
brother - James Emmett Terrell, Jr. Architect in Manhattan, NY
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education from DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana, 1961
Master of Arts Degree in Education from Univ. of Southern Miss. Hattiesburg, Ind. 1980
Romper Room Teacher on ABC - TV - 1968 - 1973
Interviewer for General Electric Cablevision for MS., AL., LA & FL from '73 - 75
Manager Ocean Springs Chamber of Commerce 1976
Master Weaver at Worlds Fair in New Orleans - 1984 (Public Exhibition at Biloxi Cultural Center '82
Journalist for International/Caribbean newspapers 1992
Member of the Royal British Virgin Islands Yacht Club, The West End BVI Yacht Club and the Hawaii Yacht Club
Public Relations Chariman -Tortola Ladies Club - British Virgin Islands
Receipent of "Outstanding Merit" by the Tourist Board of Puerto la Cruz, Venezuela as a contributing journalist to international travel magazines

Generation 16
MICHAEL EMMETT LONGNECKER
( Nancy 15 Clendenin Terrell, James 14 Emmett Terrell, Earley 13 Thomas Terrell, Charles 12 Thomas Terrell, Ann 11 Terrell, Martha10 Jefferson (Jane9 Randolph, General Isham8, William "Colonel"7, Richard6, William5, Robert4, John3 Randall, John2, "John The Elder"1)
born - January 20, 1964 at Keesler AF Base, Biloxi, MS
educated at Rollins College, Florida
Holds his USCG Captain's Lisence & is Co-owner of Extreme Parasail, Honolulu, HI

GREGORY STUART LONGNECKER
born - April 4, 1966 at U. S. Naval Center, Bethesda, MD
educated by the USCG with as a master of diesel mechanics
Holds his USCG Captain's Lisence & is Co-owner of Extreme Parasail, Honolulu, HI

*Michael & Greg both live, with their families, in Oahu, Hawaii. Together they own a water sport business on Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Generation 17
( Michael & Gregory 16 Longnecker, Nancy 15 Clendenin Terrell, James 14 Emmett Terrell, Earley 13 Thomas Terrell, Charles 12 Thomas Terrell, Ann 11 Terrell, Martha10 Jefferson (Jane9 Randolph, General Isham8, William "Colonel"7, Richard6, William5, Robert4, John3 Randall, John2, "John The Elder"1)

TAYLOR HILTY LONGNECKER (Michael's son)
born July 10, 1989 at Bar Harbor, Maine

Greg's Children
1. LAUREN ELIZABETH LONGNECKER
born June 30, 1988 in Honolulu, Hawaii

2. CHRISTIAN TERRELL LONGNECKER
born - August 22, 1996 in Honolulu, Hawaii

3. HANNAH MARIE LONGNECKER
born - August 19, 1997 in Hononlulu, Hawaii

4. LUKE STUART LONGNECKER
born - August 23, 2005 - Honolulu, HI

5. LIANA ELIZABETH LONGNECKER
born - December 27, 2007- Honolulu HI

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