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Elisabeth Hammond

F, b. circa 1710
     Elisabeth Hammond was born circa 1710 at London, England. She married Thomas Burch in 1732; Aboard ship to Caroline Co. Virginia. Elisabeth Hammond died at North Carolina.
     Her married name was Burch.

Child of Elisabeth Hammond and Thomas Burch

Elijah Burch

M, b. 23 December 1802, d. 1863
Elijah Burch|b. 23 Dec 1802\nd. 1863|p620.htm#i18572|James Phillip Burch|b. 14 Oct 1777\nd. 21 May 1862|p626.htm#i18763|Sarah Gillespie|b. 15 Oct 1779\nd. 28 Feb 1869|p619.htm#i18569|William H. Burch Sr.|b. 1744\nd. Jun 1816|p619.htm#i18559|Mary A. Lawrence|b. c 1743\nd. 1805|p619.htm#i18560|||||||
     Elijah Burch was born on 23 December 1802 at North Carolina. He was the son of James Phillip Burch and Sarah Gillespie. Elijah Burch died in 1863 at South Bosque, McLennan County, Texas. He was buried in 1863 at South Bosque, McLennan County, Texas.

Adelia S. Burch

F, b. 12 February 1831, d. 1917
Adelia S. Burch|b. 12 Feb 1831\nd. 1917|p620.htm#i18573|James Phillip Burch|b. 14 Oct 1777\nd. 21 May 1862|p626.htm#i18763|Mary Wolfensparger|b. 1800\nd. 1884|p625.htm#i18739|William H. Burch Sr.|b. 1744\nd. Jun 1816|p619.htm#i18559|Mary A. Lawrence|b. c 1743\nd. 1805|p619.htm#i18560|John Wolfensparger||p626.htm#i18764|Sarah Lyon||p626.htm#i18765|
     Adelia S. Burch was born on 12 February 1831 at Indiana. She was the daughter of James Phillip Burch and Mary Wolfensparger. Adelia S. Burch died in 1917 at Page County, Iowa. She was buried in 1917 at Burch Cemetery, Buchanan Township, Page County, Iowa.

Mary Burch

F, b. 4 September 1806
Mary Burch|b. 4 Sep 1806|p620.htm#i18574|James Phillip Burch|b. 14 Oct 1777\nd. 21 May 1862|p626.htm#i18763|Sarah Gillespie|b. 15 Oct 1779\nd. 28 Feb 1869|p619.htm#i18569|William H. Burch Sr.|b. 1744\nd. Jun 1816|p619.htm#i18559|Mary A. Lawrence|b. c 1743\nd. 1805|p619.htm#i18560|||||||
     Mary Burch was born on 4 September 1806. She was the daughter of James Phillip Burch and Sarah Gillespie.

Henry Burch

M, b. 5 January 1809
Henry Burch|b. 5 Jan 1809|p620.htm#i18575|James Phillip Burch|b. 14 Oct 1777\nd. 21 May 1862|p626.htm#i18763|Sarah Gillespie|b. 15 Oct 1779\nd. 28 Feb 1869|p619.htm#i18569|William H. Burch Sr.|b. 1744\nd. Jun 1816|p619.htm#i18559|Mary A. Lawrence|b. c 1743\nd. 1805|p619.htm#i18560|||||||
     Henry Burch was born on 5 January 1809 at Stokes County, North Carolina. He was the son of James Phillip Burch and Sarah Gillespie.

Elisha F. Burch

M, b. 20 May 1812
Elisha F. Burch|b. 20 May 1812|p620.htm#i18576|James Phillip Burch|b. 14 Oct 1777\nd. 21 May 1862|p626.htm#i18763|Sarah Gillespie|b. 15 Oct 1779\nd. 28 Feb 1869|p619.htm#i18569|William H. Burch Sr.|b. 1744\nd. Jun 1816|p619.htm#i18559|Mary A. Lawrence|b. c 1743\nd. 1805|p619.htm#i18560|||||||
     Elisha F. Burch was born on 20 May 1812 at Stokes County, North Carolina. He was the son of James Phillip Burch and Sarah Gillespie.

Delilah Burch

F, b. 12 March 1814, d. circa 1814
Delilah Burch|b. 12 Mar 1814\nd. c 1814|p620.htm#i18577|James Phillip Burch|b. 14 Oct 1777\nd. 21 May 1862|p626.htm#i18763|Sarah Gillespie|b. 15 Oct 1779\nd. 28 Feb 1869|p619.htm#i18569|William H. Burch Sr.|b. 1744\nd. Jun 1816|p619.htm#i18559|Mary A. Lawrence|b. c 1743\nd. 1805|p619.htm#i18560|||||||
     Delilah Burch was born on 12 March 1814. She was the daughter of James Phillip Burch and Sarah Gillespie. Delilah Burch died circa 1814.

Patty Burch

F, b. 22 February 1819
Patty Burch|b. 22 Feb 1819|p620.htm#i18578|James Phillip Burch|b. 14 Oct 1777\nd. 21 May 1862|p626.htm#i18763|Sarah Gillespie|b. 15 Oct 1779\nd. 28 Feb 1869|p619.htm#i18569|William H. Burch Sr.|b. 1744\nd. Jun 1816|p619.htm#i18559|Mary A. Lawrence|b. c 1743\nd. 1805|p619.htm#i18560|||||||
     Patty Burch was born on 22 February 1819. She was the daughter of James Phillip Burch and Sarah Gillespie.

Laodicia Burch

F, b. 12 March 1814, d. 6 January 1899
Laodicia Burch|b. 12 Mar 1814\nd. 6 Jan 1899|p620.htm#i18579|James Phillip Burch|b. 14 Oct 1777\nd. 21 May 1862|p626.htm#i18763|Sarah Gillespie|b. 15 Oct 1779\nd. 28 Feb 1869|p619.htm#i18569|William H. Burch Sr.|b. 1744\nd. Jun 1816|p619.htm#i18559|Mary A. Lawrence|b. c 1743\nd. 1805|p619.htm#i18560|||||||
     Laodicia Burch was born on 12 March 1814 at North Carolina. She was the daughter of James Phillip Burch and Sarah Gillespie. Laodicia Burch died on 6 January 1899 at Greene County, Indiana, at age 84. She was buried in January 1899 at Greene County, Indiana.

Rachel Mahala Burch

F, b. 4 May 1864, d. 9 May 1957
Rachel Mahala Burch|b. 4 May 1864\nd. 9 May 1957|p620.htm#i18580|Hiram Phillip Burch|b. 13 Dec 1826\nd. 27 May 1887|p625.htm#i18723|Selina Woodie|b. 5 Jun 1827\nd. 15 Nov 1908|p622.htm#i18632|James P. Burch|b. 14 Oct 1777\nd. 21 May 1862|p626.htm#i18763|Mary Wolfensparger|b. 1800\nd. 1884|p625.htm#i18739|Henry Woodie||p622.htm#i18631|Elizabeth Edwards||p621.htm#i18630|
     Rachel Mahala Burch was born on 4 May 1864 at Bloomfield, Greene County, Indiana. She was the daughter of Hiram Phillip Burch and Selina Woodie. Rachel Mahala Burch died on 9 May 1957 at Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas, at age 93; Sedgewick County.
     Rachel Mahala Burch Green County Osborn Township Cemetary.

John Burcham

M, b. 1740, d. 1812
     John Burcham was born in 1740; Info From Will Dated 9-4-1811 Naming Children. He married Roseanna Swearingen circa 1760 at Frederick County, Virginia. John Burcham died in 1812 at Surrey County, North Carolina. He was buried in 1812.
     John Burcham said to have been a Rev. War Patriot. He DATE 8 JUL 1999. He [Dawnbeskins and normio1 from Ancestry.com.FTW] ! said to have been a Rev. War Patriot. Children data fro m a will dated 9-4-1811.

Children of John Burcham and Roseanna Swearingen

John Burcham

M, b. 10 March 1765, d. 1825
John Burcham|b. 10 Mar 1765\nd. 1825|p620.htm#i18582|John Burcham|b. 1740\nd. 1812|p620.htm#i18581|Roseanna Swearingen|b. 1738\nd. 1788|p622.htm#i18657|||||||||||||
     John Burcham was born on 10 March 1765 at Surry County, North Carolina. He was the son of John Burcham and Roseanna Swearingen. John Burcham died in 1825 at Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Virginia. He was buried in 1825 at Crab Orchard, Lincoln County, Virginia.
     John Burcham Many of these names are sourced from older books or were shared by other researchers. There is NO guarantee of accuracy. This information is provided as a guide for further research only. PLEASE CONSIDER removing notes prior to posting. He Many of these names are sourced from older books or were sharedby other researchers. There is NO guarantee of accuracy. Thisinformation is provided as a guide for further research only.PLEASE CONSIDER removing notes prior to posting. He Many of these names are sourced from older books or were shared by other researchers. There is NO guarantee of accuracy. This information is provided as a guide for further research only. PLEASE CONSIDER removing notes prior to posting. He Name: John BURCHAM Jr. Sex: M Change Date: 01 AUG 1999 Reference Number: 250.0 Event: EstateClm 10 FEB 1834 Greene Co, Indiana Note: Claims againstestate of John Burcham (III?) by Rachel Lamb, Eli Burcham, Simon Leakey, Sithe burcham, Leona rd Nicholson and order to sell real estate of 120 acres. N. W. quarter of Sec. 34, Town. 7, N. R. 4 West. 10 Febr., 1834. 1 Birth: 10 MAR 1765 in Frederick, now Shenandoah Co, Virginia 2 3 4 5 Death: 30 SEP 1825 in Crab Orchard, Lincoln Co, Kentucky 6 Burial: Crab Orchard, Lincoln Co, Kentucky Event: Death-Var 27 DEC 1825 Crab Orchard, Lincoln Co, Kentucky 2 5 Immigration: BETWEEN 1820 AND 1830 Greene Co, Indiana Note: John, an old man with a large family, some of them marri ed and had families, came to what is now Greene County, Indiana. He settled and cleared the land where the Moode Cemetery is now. The next spring when he had been there almost a year, he returned to NC to dispose of his property which he ha d left, and he was considered a wealthy man. He took a fine team of horses and a wagon as part pay forsome of his property and was on his way back to Indiana when the horses became frightened at a place called Crab Orchard, in Kentucky. The y ran away and killed him there. Note: In December 1776 Kentucky was designated as Kentucky Co VA. In 1780 it was divided into 3 counties: Fayette, Jefferson and Lincoln. In 1790 they were further divided. Event: Estate Inv 29 DEC 1825 Gre ene Co, Indiana Note: Value of estate estimated at $1,124.36. Sales completed and filed in Probate Court May, 1828. 7 Event: LandGrant 20 AUG 1783 North Carolina Note: This certifies that the following information is recorded in a manuscr ipt volume located in this Department titled 'Revolutionary Army Accounts' (Volume I, Page 26, Folio 4): Heading: An Account of Specie Certificates paid into the Comptrollers office by John Armstrong Entry Taker of Land inNorth Carolina vi[ z] NUMB: 1203 By whom grated: Auld & Miller To whom granted: John Burcham Date: 20 Aug 1783 Sum: 2 pounds, 15 shillings Interest: None To what time: 25 Oct 1783 Total amount principal and interest: 2 pounds, 15shillings Other information: N one Raleigh, North Carolina February 7, 1972 8 Event: Death-Var 13 SEP 1825 Lincoln Co, Kentucky 9 4 Note: Discovery of receipts and directions from NC to IN by Jean Cain. John Burcham was also known as Jr.. He Dawnbeskins and normio1 from Ancestry.com ! Marriage could have been in , Grayson, VA. He [Dowden.FTW] Moved to Indiana about 1825. John moved his family to Greene County INabout 1820 or so and returned east later to settle his property. He waskilled in 1825 at Crab Orchard KY on his way back to IN when his horsesran away. The Burchams were among the earliest settlers of Greene Co. IN.Rachel died there in 1826.

Peter Dishman

M, b. 1718, d. 1772
Peter Dishman|b. 1718\nd. 1772|p620.htm#i18583|Samuel DuChemin|b. 1665\nd. 1727|p620.htm#i18585|Cornelia Diggs|b. 1673\nd. 1730|p620.htm#i18586|||||||||||||
     Peter Dishman was born in 1718 at Westmoreland County, Virginia. He was the son of Samuel DuChemin and Cornelia Diggs. Peter Dishman died in 1772 at Essex County, Virginia.
     Peter Dishman 1 _UID CE5F0AB16ACED511B41D444553540000075B. He and Sarah Reynolds 1 _UID CF5F0AB16ACED511B41D444553540000086B.

Children of Peter Dishman and Sarah Reynolds

Sarah Reynolds

F, b. circa 1720
Sarah Reynolds|b. c 1720|p620.htm#i18584|Cornelius Reynolds|b. 1734\nd. 1734|p620.htm#i18587|Martha Beazley|d. 1753|p620.htm#i18588|||||||||||||
     Sarah Reynolds was born circa 1720 at Essex County, Virginia. She was the daughter of Cornelius Reynolds and Martha Beazley.
     Sarah Reynolds and Peter Dishman 1 _UID CF5F0AB16ACED511B41D444553540000086B. Sarah Reynolds 1 _UID D15F0AB16ACED511B41D4445535400000A8B.

Children of Sarah Reynolds and Peter Dishman

Samuel DuChemin

M, b. 1665, d. 1727
     Samuel DuChemin was born in 1665 at France. He died in 1727 at Westmoreland County, Virginia.
     Samuel DuChemin Samuel Duchemin, believed to be a Huguenot who came to America fromFrance by way of England sometime prior to 1693. He settled inWestmoreland County, Virginia. He was naturalized in the Colony ofVirginia under the anglicized name Dishman. His will was probated inWestmoreland County, Virginia on May 31, 1727. Transcribed from the original on file at the Westmoreland Countycourthouse in Montross, Virginia in Deed Book 8, page 84. In this will, Samuel Dishman uses his anglicized name within the mainbody, but signs the document with his French name Duchemin. The will was written about 6 months before his death. WILL OF SAMUEL DISHMAN PROBATED IN WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VA In 1727 In the name of God Amen: I, SAMUEL DISHMAN, of ye county of Westmorelandin Washington Parish in Virginia, being very sick and weak of body, butin perfect sense and sound memory, thanks be to God for it, do make andordain this to be my last will and testament in manner and formfollowing, revoking and renouncing all other will or wills heretofore byme made. IMPRIMIS, I recommend my soul into ye hands of Almighty God, my Creator,trusting in him to have a joyful Resurrection, etc. and my body to yeearth to be decently buried in ye Christian burial at ye descretion of myexecutor hereinafter ment ioned. FIRST son, John, three negroes named Tony, Judith,and Guiny. SECONDLY THIRDLY FOURTHLY FIFTHLY SIXTHLY imple thereof, to them and their heirs,forever. SEVENTHLY EIGHTHLY atural life and after she decease to myson JAMES DISHMAN with ye fee simple thereof, to him and his heirsforever. NINTHLY TENTHLY ELEVENTHLY LASTLY e executor of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 15th day ofNovember, Anno Domini 1726. SAMUEL DUCHEMIN [seal] Testes: Richard Rollins, Richard R. Arrowsmith, Francis Tacon Westmoreland County - At a Court held for this county the 31st Day ofMay, 1727 this last will and testament of Samuel Dishman was presentedinto Court by his relict Cornelia Dishman and son John Dishman, theExecutors therein named who made oath thereto and being proved by theoaths of Richard Rollins and Richard Arrowsmith, two of the witnessesthereto, is admitted to record. G. Turberville, Clerk Recorded this third Day of June, 1727 Deed Book 8, Page 84 Westmoreland County, Virginia The Huguenots were French Protestants who were members of the ReformedChurch established in France by John Calvin in about 1555, and who, dueto religious persecution, were forced to flee France to other countriesin the sixteenth and sevent eenth centuries. The Protestant Reformation began by Martin Luther in Germany about 1517,spread rapidly in France, especially among those having grievancesagainst the established order of government. As Protestantism grew anddeveloped in Fr ance it generally abandoned the Lutheran form, and tookthe shape of Calvinism. The new 'Reformed religion' practiced by manymembers of the French nobility and social middle-class, based on a beliefin salvation through individual faith witho ut the need for theintercession of a church hierarchy and on the belief in an individual'sright to interpret scriptures for themselves, placed these FrenchProtestants in direct theological conflict with both the Catholic Churchand the King of France in the theocratic system which prevailed at thattime. Followers of this new Protestantism were soon accused of heresyagainst the Catholic government and the established religion of France,and a General Edict urging extermination o f these heretics (Huguenots)was issued in 1536. Nevertheless, Protestantism continued to spread andgrow, and about 1555 the first Huguenot church was founded in a home inParis based upon the teachings of John Calvin. The number and influenc eof the French Reformers (Huguenots) continued to increase after thisevent, leading to an escalation in hostility and conflict between theCatholic Church/State and the Huguenots. Finally, in 1562, some 1200Huguenots were slain at Vassey, Fr ance, thus igniting the French Wars ofReligion which would devastate France for the next thirty-five years. The Edict of Nantes, signed by Henry IV in April, 1598, ended the Wars ofReligion, and allowed the Huguenots some religious freedoms, includingfree exercise of their religion in 20 specified towns of France. The Revocation of the Edict of Nantes by Louis XIV in October, 1685,began anew persecution of the Huguenots, and hundreds of thousands ofHuguenots fled France to other countries. The Promulgation of the Edictof Toleration in November, 1787 , partially restored the civil andreligious rights of Huguenots in France. Since the Huguenots of France were in large part artisans, craftsmen, andprofessional people, they were usually well-received in the countries towhich they fled for refuge when religious discrimination or overtpersecution caused them to le ave France. Most of them went initially toGermany, the Netherlands, and England, although some found their wayeventually to places as remote as South Africa. Considerable numbers ofHuguenots migrated to British North America, especially to the Carolinas,Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New York. Their character and talents in thearts, sciences, and industry were such that they are generally felt tohave been a substantial loss to the French society from which they hadbeen forced to withdraw, and a corresponding gain to the communities andnations into which they settled. Origin of the Word Huguenot The exact origin of the word Huguenot is unknown, but many consider it tobe a combination of Flemish and German. Protestants who met to study theBible in secret were called Huis Genooten, meaning 'house fellows. ' Theywere also referred to as Eid Genossen, or 'oath fellows' meaning personsbound by an oath. Two possible but different derivations incorporatingthis concept can be found in the Encyclopedia Britannica: 1. 'Huguenot', according to Fran k Puaux, at one time President of theSocitie Francaise de l'Historie du Protestantisme Francais and author ofthe article about the Huguenots in the eleventh edition of theEncyclopedia Britannica: 'is the name given from about the middle of the sixteenth century to theProtestants of France. It was formerly explained as coming from theGerman Eldgenosen, the designation of the people of Geneva at the timewhen they were admitted to the Swiss Confederation. This explanation isnow abandoned. The words Huguenot, Huguenots, are old French words,common in fourteenth and fifteenth-century charters. As the Protestantscalled the Catholics papistes, so the Catholics called the pr otestantshuguenots. The Protestants at Tours used to assemble by night near thegate of King Hugo, whom the people regarded as a spirit. A monk,therefore, in a sermon declared that the Lutherans ought to be calledHuguenots, as kinsmen of Kin g Hugo, inasmuch as they would only go out atnight as he did. This nickname became popular from 1560 onwards, and fora long time the French Protestants were always known by it.' 2. The current edition Encyclopedia Britannica offers a some whatdifferent explanation, although agreeing the word is a derivative of theGerman word Eldgenosen: 'The origin of the name is uncertain, but it appears to have come fromthe word aignos, derived from the German Eldgenosen (confederates boundtogether by oath), which used to describe, between 1520 and 1524, thepatriots of Geneva hostile to the duke of Savoy. The spelling Huguenotmay have been influenced by the personal name Hugues, 'Hugh'; a leader ofthe Geneva movement was one Besancon Hugues (d. 1532).' He 1 _UID D35F0AB16ACED511B41D4445535400000CAB BIOGRAPHY: Samuel du Chemin was reportedly a French Huguenot from Caen,Normandy, France. He was born about 1673 died about 1729. Samuel was reportedto have been born in France and at an early age came to England withhis parents , then on to America prior to 1693 and settled inWestmoreland County Virginia. He was naturalized in the Colony of Virginia under theAnglicized name of Dishman. His will was probated in Westmoreland county,Virginia on may 31, 17 27. Will: Will of Samuel Dishman, the first Dishman to Settle in America; - In the name of God Amen! I, SAMUEL DISHMAN, of ye county ofWestmoreland in Washington Parish in Virginia, being very sick and weak of body, butin perfe ct sense and sound memory, thanks be to God for it, do make andordain this to by my last will and testament in manner and form following,revoking and renouncing all other will or wills heretofore by me made. - IMPRIMIS, I re commend my soul into ye hands of Almighty God, myCreator, trusting in him to have a joyful Resurrection, etc. and my body toye earth to be decently buried in ye Christian burial at ye discretion of myexecutor hereinafter mention ed. - FIRST-I give and bequeath unto my eldest son, JOHN DISHMAN, all mylands in Stafford County with fee simple thereof to him and his heirsforever, and also, I give him all my smiths' tools of what kind soever. Also, Igive to my aforesaid son, John, three negroes named Tony, Judith and Guiny. - SECONDLY-I give unto my daughter, ELIZABETH BROWN , three negroes,called Sambo, Sarah and Pegg, one of either bed and furniture thereuntobelonging, two cows and calves and two sheep. - THIRDLY-I give unto my daughter, ANN DISHMAN, three negroes, namedKitt, Harry and young Shew, one feather bed and furniture thereuntobelonging, two cows and calves and two sheep. - FOURTHLY-I give unto my son, JAMES DISHMAN, all my lands in KingGeorge County, with ye fee simple to him and his heirs forever, also twonegroes called Dick and Shew. - FIFTHLY-I give unto my son, DAVID DISHMAN, two negro es named Tom andWill. - SIXTHLY-I give unto my son, PETER DISHMAN, two negroes called, Will,Winne's Child and Anthony Child, and my desire is that all my lands in EssexCounty should be equally divided between my said two son s David and PeterDishman with ye fee simple thereof, to them and their heirs, forever. - SEVENTHLY-I give unto my daughter MARY DISHMAN, two negroes, namedCharles and young Ginny to be delivered at ye age of 18, or ye day of marriage, but in case she die before she comes of age, then to be divided betweenDavid and Peter Dishman. - EIGHTHLY-I give and bequeath unto my son JOHN DISHMAN, half ye land belonging to me in The County of Westmorelan d with ye fee simplethereof to him and his heirs forever, and the other half to my beloved wifeCornelia Dishman enduring her natural life and after her decease to my sonJames Dishman with ye fee simple thereof, to him and his he irs forever. - NINTHLY-I give unto my daughter, MARY, one feather bed andfurniture, two cows and calves and two sheep. - TENTHLY-I give unto my well beloved wife, CORNELIA DISHMAN, threenegroes named Ned, Winny and F rank, with her mare, saddle and bridle. - ELEVENTHLY-All ye rest of my personal estate of what kind, nature,or quality soever, I give to be equally divided among my four sons andmy beloved wife. - LASTLY-I do hereby constitute and appoint my son John Dishman, andmy beloved wife Cornelia Dishman, to be my executors of this, my lastwill and testament, but if my wife should marry again, then I do hereby leavemy son, John Dishman, my sole Execu tor of this my last will and testament. - In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 15thday of November, Anno Domini 1726. - SAMUEL DISHMAN (seal) - Testes: Richard Rollins - Richard ( X) R. Arrowsmith - his mark - Francis Tacon - Presented to court May 31st, 1727, by his widow, Cornelia, and son,John, and proved by the oath of the first two of the above named witnessesand attested by G. Tu berville, Clerk. - Will: Samuel b. 1671 and d. bef 05/31/1727, Westmoreland Co, VA. Hemarried Cornelia. - Samuel is a registered member in the Huguenot Society - http://www.huguenot.netnation.com/general. He and Cornelia Diggs 1 _UID D05F0AB16ACED511B41D444553540000097B.

Children of Samuel DuChemin and Cornelia Diggs

Cornelia Diggs

F, b. 1673, d. 1730
     Cornelia Diggs was born in 1673 at Virginia. She died in 1730 at Westmoreland County, Virginia.
     Cornelia Diggs and Samuel DuChemin 1 _UID D05F0AB16ACED511B41D444553540000097B. Cornelia Diggs 1 _UID D55F0AB16ACED511B41D4445535400000ECB. Cornelia Diggs also went by the name of Mary.

Children of Cornelia Diggs and Samuel DuChemin

Cornelius Reynolds

M, b. 1734, d. 1734
     Cornelius Reynolds was born in 1734 at Essex County, Virginia. He married Martha Beazley. Cornelius Reynolds died in 1734 at Essex County, Virginia.
     Cornelius Reynolds internet 1999 Sheri Ford Snook99@aol.com >fwd Donna McMurry 1998 Donna McMurry Internet, Rita Lynn (Ray) Hand, 12609 Old Well Court, Hampton, GA, 30228. He 1 _UID D65F0AB16ACED511B41D4445535400000FDB. Cornelius Reynolds was also known as I. He and Martha Beazley 1 _UID D25F0AB16ACED511B41D4445535400000B9B.

Children of Cornelius Reynolds and Martha Beazley

Martha Beazley

F, d. 1753
     Martha Beazley married Cornelius Reynolds. Martha Beazley died in 1753 at Essex County, Virginia.
     Martha Beazley and Cornelius Reynolds 1 _UID D25F0AB16ACED511B41D4445535400000B9B. Martha Beazley Marriage: Old Rappahannock County Virginia- Bookof marriages 1655-1900 pg203 Thomas Rucker to Elizabeth, daughter of Martha Rennolds Will Bk 9 pg 246 1998 Donna McMurry Internet, Rita Lynn (Ray) Hand, 12609 Old Well Court, Hampton, GA, 30228 & Jonathan jay Martin ,4396 N. Prairie Willow Ct., Concord, CA 94521 (World Family Tree Vol. 8, CD #40) Will written 10 March 1753 probated 18 Sept. 1753 ,Essex,VA. Her married name was Reynolds. She 1 _UID D75F0AB16ACED511B41D44455354000010EB.

Children of Martha Beazley and Cornelius Reynolds

Simon Miller

M, b. 1642, d. 1679
     Simon Miller was born in 1642 at Bristol, Essex, England. He was christened in 1642 at Bristol, Gloucester, England, Great Britain. He married Margaret Widoein circa 1666. Simon Miller married Margaret Gaines Prosser in 1677 at Norfolk, Virginia. Simon Miller died in 1679 at Rappahannock, Essex County, Virginia. He was buried on 16 May 1684 at Old Rappahannock County, Virginia.
     Simon Miller Ancestors & Family of Edward Fairchild by Edward E. Fairchildwww.gencircles.com 29 July 2002 FROM: Annora B. Renoe , Annora's Family, annora3 database (Apr 26, 2000),w ww.rootsweb.com -- Internet, RootsWeb World Connect Project. His will dated Feb 16, 1679 is filed at the Essex County Court HouseItwas proved in Rappahannock County, Virginia May 2, 1684 He was anotedship builder in old Rappahannock County and his name appears in Bruce's'Economic History of Virginia ,' Vol II, page 439 He patented 817 acres ofland in Rappahannock County, November 5, 1673, due him fo rthetransportation of 17 persons into the colony. His Ancestral File Number is 9K05-TG. Reference: 25764. He received his endowment. He was baptized in the LDS church. He 1 _UID D85F0AB16ACED511B41D44455354000011FB. He and Ann Roberson Bell 1 _UID D95F0AB16ACED511B41D444553540000120B. Simon Miller was (an unknown value) on 16 February 1678/79 at Rappahannock, Essex County, Virginia.

Children of Simon Miller and Ann Roberson Bell

Children of Simon Miller and Margaret (?)

Children of Simon Miller and Margaret Gaines Prosser

Ann Roberson Bell

F
     
     Ann Roberson Bell and Simon Miller 1 _UID D95F0AB16ACED511B41D444553540000120B. Reference: 25775. Ann Roberson Bell 1 _UID DA5F0AB16ACED511B41D444553540000131B.

Mahala Boone

F, b. 12 October 1797, d. 18 May 1884
     Mahala Boone was born on 12 October 1797 at Kentucky. She married John Dishman, son of Jeremiah E. Dishman and Nancy Ann Miller, on 25 October 1815 at Pulaski County, Kentucky. Mahala Boone died on 18 May 1884 at Lawrence County, Indiana, at age 86.
     Mahala Boone 1st cousin, twice removed to Daniel Boone, the frontiersman. Her fatherJeremiah Boone was a first cousin, once removed. Jeremiah's father wasJosiah Noah Boone and first cousin to Daniel Boone. Josiah's father,George Boone, and Daniel's fat her, Squire Boone, were both the sons ofGeorge Boone. She was LABEL1: Female. Her married name was Dishman. She 1 _UID 14600AB16ACED511B41D4445535400004ECA. She and John Dishman 1 _UID 11600AB16ACED511B41D4445535400004B9A.

Children of Mahala Boone and John Dishman

Jeremiah E. Dishman

M, b. 22 April 1752, d. 1828
Jeremiah E. Dishman|b. 22 Apr 1752\nd. 1828|p620.htm#i18592|Peter Dishman|b. 1718\nd. 1772|p620.htm#i18583|Sarah Reynolds|b. c 1720|p620.htm#i18584|Samuel DuChemin|b. 1665\nd. 1727|p620.htm#i18585|Cornelia Diggs|b. 1673\nd. 1730|p620.htm#i18586|Cornelius Reynolds|b. 1734\nd. 1734|p620.htm#i18587|Martha Beazley|d. 1753|p620.htm#i18588|
     Jeremiah E. Dishman was born on 22 April 1752 at Essex County, Virginia. He was the son of Peter Dishman and Sarah Reynolds. Jeremiah E. Dishman married Nancy Ann Miller, daughter of Simon Miller and Ann Roberson Bell, on 7 November 1782 at Bedford County, Virginia; Married by Jno. W. Holt. Jeremiah E. Dishman died in 1828 at Simpson County, Kentucky.
     Jeremiah E. Dishman Jeremiah and Nancy miller Dishman moved from Va. to Simpson County, Ky.about 1812. Jeremiah, along with his brothers James, William and John entered intothe Marine Service in 1776. They were under Capt. Alexander Dick in the1st Virginia Reg iment, stationed at Rappahanock ( Hobb's Hole, as it wascalled then) in Essex County, Va. Jeremiah was to guard the shores ofthe sea, due to his health, while James, William and John were assignedto a Company under the command of Capt. Di ck. The company was ordered torendezvous at Fredericksburg and went on board the Brig Mosquito on acruise against the enemy. After the Revoltuinary War, Jeremiah soon removed to Bedford County,Virginia and on November 6th of 1783 married Nancy Ann Miller in Bedfordcounty, Virginia. After the turn of the Century, Jeremiah, James, andWilliam removed into Kentucky. Jeremiah and James are found in PulaskiCounty, Kentucky in the 1810 U S Census and William in Barren CountyKentucky. Jeremiah is listed with his family of nine children and eightslaves and James and his family are listed with nine children . Jeremiahand Nancy removed to Simpson County, Kentucky about 1812. On January 121818, Jeremiah bought 200 arces of land on Sinking Creek a few miles NWof Franklin. Jeremiah is listed in the 1819 Simpson county Tax recordsand the 1920 U S C ensus record. The Estate of Jeremiah evidently sold his land in 1830 to his son-in-lawJacob Stahl who married Mary Dishman, the daughter of Jeremiah and Nancy.Jacob and Mary later removed to Bulter County, Kentucky in 1853. Jeremiahand Nancy are buried on the old Dishman-Stahl farm and the cemetery isnow called the Stahl cemetery. Jeremiah died in 1830 and his grave ismarked with a footstone with initials J.E.D. and Nancy's stone is marked'Nancy Dishman, wife of Jeremiah Dishman -b.3 July 1760 -d.3 July 1856'.Other stones in the cemetery are Rachel Smith, daughter of James and JaneGREEN Dishman Gunn, and her husband J. D. Smith and several of the Stahlchildren. He 1 _UID 16600AB16ACED511B41D44455354000050EA. He and Nancy Ann Miller 1 _UID 13600AB16ACED511B41D4445535400004DBA.

Children of Jeremiah E. Dishman and Nancy Ann Miller

Nancy Ann Miller

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Nancy Ann Miller||p620.htm#i18593|Simon Miller|b. 1642\nd. 1679|p620.htm#i18589|Ann Roberson Bell||p620.htm#i18590|||||||||||||
     Nancy Ann Miller was the daughter of Simon Miller and Ann Roberson Bell. Nancy Ann Miller married Jeremiah E. Dishman, son of Peter Dishman and Sarah Reynolds, on 7 November 1782 at Bedford County, Virginia; Married by Jno. W. Holt.
     Nancy Ann Miller and Jeremiah E. Dishman 1 _UID 13600AB16ACED511B41D4445535400004DBA. Nancy Ann Miller Affidavit filed in Simpson County, Kentucky Nancy Dishman, age 88, wrote that she married Jeremiah, brother of JamesDishman. Because of Jeremiah's bad health he was stationed at Hobb's Holeas a Revolutionary Soldier. Her married name was Dishman. She 1 _UID 17600AB16ACED511B41D44455354000051FA.

Children of Nancy Ann Miller and Jeremiah E. Dishman

James Neville

M, b. 1 September 1741, d. 20 June 1834
     James Neville was born on 1 September 1741 at Fauquier County, Virginia. He married Sarah Joyce Blackburn in 1760 at Virginia. James Neville died on 20 June 1834 at Kentucky at age 92.
     James Neville Claire Claire Abel Check out my genealogy page at www.geocities.com/Heartland/Prairie/1946. Reference: 14872. He Joice Neville b 14 May 1768 fauquier Co., Va to james Neville b 1 Sep 1741 and Sarah Joyce Blackburn I do not know for sure I think she was married before she married James Neville but I have not gotten into this. I have found her both wa ys. Since this is so far back I have her documented with the Blackburn in ( ) Jeremiah Boone b 29 Feb 1760 Berks Co., Pa to Josiah Boone and Hannah Henton Joice and Jeremiah married 9 May 1787 Lincoln co., Ky Both died in Lawrence Co., Ind buried just outside Springville, Lawrence Co., Ind Joice died 26 Jun 1861 Jeremiah died 10 Jun 1832 Children Sarah Boone b 1 Jul 1788 m Moses Isaac Waggoner 4 Oct 1808 had several children when Waggoner died Sarah's brother Eli jah and his wife Jenny Waggoner Boone raised them m Isaac Cox 18 may 1826 had several children 1 was Charlotte - Dr Mayfield's claim mine was Boone Cox I am really tired and if you need the other children backwards or forw ards let me know. He 1 _UID 1D600AB16ACED511B41D444553540000575A. He 3/26/98: I am a direct descendant of JOICE Neville and Jeremiah Boone in fact Jeremiah Boone is my Rev. War ancestory that I became a member of Dar with/.through. JOICE has been documented with joyce and even joicy, but her tombstone says JOICE and other family members have the Joyce and Joicy names. I have some letters from R. N Mayfield that he wrote to my Great Aunt and also some from Spraker concerning Joice and Jeremiah. He and Sarah Joyce Blackburn 1 _UID 1A600AB16ACED511B41D444553540000542A.

Children of James Neville and Sarah Joyce Blackburn

Sarah Joyce Blackburn

F, b. 6 May 1741, d. 1840
     Sarah Joyce Blackburn was born on 6 May 1741 at Virginia. She married James Neville in 1760 at Virginia. Sarah Joyce Blackburn died in 1840 at Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky.
     Sarah Joyce Blackburn and James Neville 1 _UID 1A600AB16ACED511B41D444553540000542A. Reference: 14873. Her married name was Neville. Sarah Joyce Blackburn 1 _UID 1F600AB16ACED511B41D444553540000597A.

Children of Sarah Joyce Blackburn and James Neville

Susannah Dishman

F, b. 21 November 1793, d. 10 June 1863
Susannah Dishman|b. 21 Nov 1793\nd. 10 Jun 1863|p620.htm#i18596|Jeremiah E. Dishman|b. 22 Apr 1752\nd. 1828|p620.htm#i18592|Nancy Ann Miller||p620.htm#i18593|Peter Dishman|b. 1718\nd. 1772|p620.htm#i18583|Sarah Reynolds|b. c 1720|p620.htm#i18584|Simon Miller|b. 1642\nd. 1679|p620.htm#i18589|Ann R. Bell||p620.htm#i18590|
     Susannah Dishman was born on 21 November 1793 at Bedford County, Virginia. She was the daughter of Jeremiah E. Dishman and Nancy Ann Miller. Susannah Dishman died on 10 June 1863 at Warren County, Kentucky, at age 69.

Samuel Dishman

M, b. 1698, d. circa 1770
Samuel Dishman|b. 1698\nd. c 1770|p620.htm#i18597|Samuel DuChemin|b. 1665\nd. 1727|p620.htm#i18585|Cornelia Diggs|b. 1673\nd. 1730|p620.htm#i18586|||||||||||||
     Samuel Dishman was born in 1698. He was the son of Samuel DuChemin and Cornelia Diggs. Samuel Dishman died circa 1770 at Essex County, Virginia.

John Dishman

M, b. 1700, d. 1739
John Dishman|b. 1700\nd. 1739|p620.htm#i18598|Samuel DuChemin|b. 1665\nd. 1727|p620.htm#i18585|Cornelia Diggs|b. 1673\nd. 1730|p620.htm#i18586|||||||||||||
     John Dishman was born in 1700. He was the son of Samuel DuChemin and Cornelia Diggs. John Dishman died in 1739 at Westmoreland County, Virginia.

Elizabeth Dishman

F, b. 1702, d. 30 August 1770
Elizabeth Dishman|b. 1702\nd. 30 Aug 1770|p620.htm#i18599|Samuel DuChemin|b. 1665\nd. 1727|p620.htm#i18585|Cornelia Diggs|b. 1673\nd. 1730|p620.htm#i18586|||||||||||||
     Elizabeth Dishman was born in 1702 at Westmoreland County, Virginia. She was the daughter of Samuel DuChemin and Cornelia Diggs. Elizabeth Dishman died on 30 August 1770 at Westmoreland County, Virginia.

Anne Dishman

F, b. 1704, d. 1771
Anne Dishman|b. 1704\nd. 1771|p620.htm#i18600|Samuel DuChemin|b. 1665\nd. 1727|p620.htm#i18585|Cornelia Diggs|b. 1673\nd. 1730|p620.htm#i18586|||||||||||||
     Anne Dishman was born in 1704. She was the daughter of Samuel DuChemin and Cornelia Diggs. Anne Dishman died in 1771.