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(three children) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (eight children) (fourteen children) (a child) (six children) (four children) (nine children) (a child) (three children) (a child) (four children) (a child) (a child) (two children) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) (a child) Marriage (five children) Marriage (two children) Marriage (four children) Marriage (a child) Marriage (four children) (a child) (a child) (two children) (eight children) (a child) (a child) (a child) (ten children) (nine children) (six children) (six children) (a child) (a child) (a child) 1887 - 1961 William Henry Kerr 73 73 1847 - 1909 James W. Kerr 61 61 1851 - 1892 Sarah C. Dennison 40 40 Sarah A. Dennison? 1885 Minnie Kerr 1886 - 1911 Lydia C. Kerr 25 25 1894 Dollie E. Babbitt 1918 Dorothy Lee Kerr Leonard Smith Sarah Cave 1877 - 1956 Margarete Ann Kerr 78 78 1869 - 1913 Josie Carnes 44 44 1909 - 1970 Wilmuth Louise Kerr 61 61 Louise D. Kerr? Robert de Ireland 1268 Adam de Ireland 1300 John Ireland 1242 John de Ireland Maude Hesketh 1208 Robert de Ireland 1223 Beatrice Daresbury Margery de Ireland 1192 Roger de Ireland 1166 John de Ireland In the Domesday Book, Hale and Halewood were not mentioned by name but it is thought they were one of the six unlisted 'outliers', or Berewicks, of West Derby. Hale, with its wood, had been given to a Norman knight, Johannes de Hibernia (or Ireland), by William I. In 1081 Johannes ordered a small chapel of ease to be built in Hale and was buried there when he died seven years later.
1197 William Daresbury 1220 John Hesketh If he really was born of Rufford, then he surely must be the elder brother of Sir William Heskayte, Lord of Heskayte and Beconsawe, 4 Ed I, 1475. His parents shown here reflect that. However pedigree of Hesketh of Rufford in ?The History of Whalley? does not indicate that John had any offspring.
William Hesketh William Heskayth, to whom, in 55 Henry III, Richard, son-in-law of Richard Totleworth, gave lands in marriage with his daughter and heiress. William was the father of Sir William Heskayte, knt. lord of Heskayte and Beconsawe, 4 Edward I., who married Matilda, daughter and coheir of Richard Fytton, and had all the lands of the other coheir by gift as explained in the history of Croston parish.
Elbora Totleworth William Hesketh 1161 Annabilla de Stafford Richard de Heskayth Hellarth de Heskayth From the "Genealogye of the worshipful and auncient familie of the Heskforths of Ruffourd in Lancashire," it appears that Hellarth, the first of the family, was great-grandfather to William Heskayth, to whom, in 55 Henry III, Richard, son-in-law of Richard Totleworth, gave lands in marriage with his daughter and heiress.
1125 - 1184 Richard de Stafford 59 59 1142 Annabilla de Lancaster Richard Totleworth Isabel 1270 Avena Holland 1098 - 1137 Payne FitzJohn de Lacy 39 39 PAYN FITZJOHN, probably 1st son and heir, was born before 1100. He was one of those minor barons who rose to importance and wealth as officers of Henry I, and from 1120 or earlier he constantly attests royal charters. In 1126 he became the King's vice-gerent in the palatine county of Shropshire. In 1130 he was acting as a Justice in cos. Stafford, Gloucester and Northants, usually in conjunction with Miles of Gloucester. He is said to have built Pain's Castle, co. Radnor; and in 1134 the Welsh burnt his castle of Caus, Salop, and slew all its inmates. At the death of Henry I he was vice-gerent of cos. Hereford and Salop; and he and Miles abovenamed, who ruled co. Gloucester, had extended their power over the Marches from the Severn to the sea. With other officers of the late King they would not go to court without a safe-conduct, fearing that they might be forced to disgorge the wealth which they had accumulated. Eventually they joined Stephen at Reading for the late King's funeral in January 1135/6. At Easter Payn was with Stephen at Westminster and he proceeded with the King to Oxford.

He married Sibyl, daughter of Geoffrey TALBOT, by Agnes, probably daughter of Walter DE LACY. Payn gave Sibyl as dower land from his own inheritance. He was killed when pursuing Welsh marauders by a javelin which pierced his head, and so died s.p.m. 10 July 1137 and was buried in the chapter-house of Gloucester Abbey. Sibyl survived him (j). [Complete Peerage XII/2:270-1, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]

(j) Shortly after her husband's death the Bishop of Salisbury, as Chief Justiciar, ordered her to restore the property of her late husband removed by her since the confirmation of his possessions to their elder daughter, Cecily and her husband Roger, son of Miles de Gloucester, in particular the wheat, hay and wine. As Sybil de Lacy, for her soul and for the soul of her lord Pay FitzJohn, she confirmed a grant to her uncle, Walter de Lacy, Abbot of Gloucester.

1103 Sybil de Talbot 1134 John FitzPayne 1136 Cecily FitzPayne 1826 - 1899 William H. Dennison 72 72 1826 - 1912 Minerva J. Stone 86 86 Sources:

   1. Abbrev: The Dennison Family
      Title: Dennison family genealogy.
      Author: Virginia Stone Armstrong
      Publication: McDowell Publications
      11129 Pleasant Ridge Rd.
      Utica, KY 42376

      Text: Virginia Stone Armstrong
      384 Panther Creek Road
      Falls of Rough, KY 40119
      Page: pp. 2 - 3 
1854 Charles W. Dennison 1857 Rosanna Frances Dennison 1860 Aaron Thomas Dennison 1865 Nancy E. Dennison 1847 ? 1849 Trammel Dennison 1807 Trammel Dennison 1850 Census Grayson Co., KY 26 Sep 1850 by W L Conklin
864-864 Trammel Denison 43 M Farmer 250 VA
Frances 45 F VA
Henry 16 M KY
Clabourn 14 M KY
James 12 M KY
Charles 8 M KY
Josiah 5 M KY
Nancy 3 F KY
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1860 Census Grayson Co., KY PO Caneyville Page 82 6 Sep 1860 by Anderson Gray
535-535 Tramel Denison 53 M Farmer 500 1000 VA
Fanny 53 F Housekeeping VA
Charles 18 M Farm Labor KY
Jonah 15 F Farm Labor KY
Nancy E 13 F KY
536 536 James Denison 22 M Farmer 200 Ky
Nancy 21 F Housewifery Ky
Mary C 3/12 F Ky

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1870 Census Litchfield Precinct, Litchfield PO, Grayson Co., KY Pg 96 by P S Barnes
668-668 Tramel Denison 63 Farmer 400 700 VA
Fanny 63 Keep H VA
S M Stone 1 KY
M A Taylor 17 KY
1803 Frances Carter 1853 Susan Anderson Dennison 1834 Josiah Dennison 1820 Elizabeth A. Dennison 1830 Elizabeth Jane Dennison 1832 Henry Clay Dennison 1835 Joseph Claborn Dennison 1837 James Dennison 1842 Charles W. Dennison 1847 Nancy E. Dennison 1773 - 1854 Charles Ewell Carter 81 81 1818 Charles Ewell moved to the Hanging Rock area of Grayson County, Kentucky. from Virginia 1778 - 1835 Keziah Walters 57 57 1891 - 1911 Jesse May Houk 20 20 1796 Charles Carter 1798 Lucy Carter 1800 William Carter 1803 John Ewell Carter 1805 Nancy Carter 1814 Thompson Carter 1750 - 1836 John Walters 86 86 1758 - 1831 Elina Spiers 73 73 1780 Rhoda Jane Walters 1783 Ezra Walters 1782 Spiers Walters 1725 - 1803 George R. Carter 78 78 BET 1766 AND 1768 Received two land grants in Halifax County
1750 Settled in Carolina County, Virginia 
1730 - 1787 Frances Neale 57 57 1768 Richard Alexander Carter 1755 George Carter 1757 Margaret F. Carter 1758 Sarah Carter 1759 John Carter 1760 Thompson Carter 1762 Mary Frances Carter 1765 Presley Carter 1766 Elizabeth N. Carter 1767 Levin Carter 1771 Betsy Carter 1771 Peggy Carter 1773 Spencer Carter 1774 Sally Carter 1700 - 1776 Thomas Carter 76 76 Thomas could be a ancestor of Jimmy Carter, 38th president.

Probably owned his father's home-place on Corotoman River, as his home adjoined those of Dale Carter, his cousin. 
1697 - 1751 Sarah Haynie 54 54 1733 Edward Carter 1724 John Carter 1727 Thomas Carter 1735 Judith Carter 1737 - 1776 Rawleigh Carter 39 39 1739 Mary Carter 1739 Lucy Carter 1741 William Carter 1743 - 1776 Millicent Margaret Carter 33 33 1748 Sarah Carter 1751 James Carter 1753 Alcy Carter 1671 - 1743 Edward Carter 72 72 Edward's birth is recorded in the Carter Prayer Book and his marriage to Elizabeth Thornton. Records show Edward on the 1696 tax list, when he paid for two persons. On March 2 1716, "Edward Carter of the Christ Church Parish Gent" and wife Elizabeth sold land to John Rhodes. In 1721 he witnessed the will of brother Peter, and in 1733 that of brother Henry. In 1694 Edward was the executor of his Grandfather Dale.

Records state that Edward died intestate.

1672 - 1743 Elizabeth Thornton 71 71 1698 Margaret Carter 1700 Katharine Carter 1702 Judith Carter 1704 Edward Carter 1705 William Carter 1706 Elizabeth Carter 1630 - 1700 Thomas Carter 69 69 In 1650, Captain Thomas Carter of Bedfordshire England arrived in Virginia He was twenty-one years old at the time, and it has been suggested that he was forced to come to the New World by circumstances of his birth. As the youngest son, he had no interest in the family estate, and life in Virginia offered the prospect of acquiring wealth and status through hard work. He became eminently successful as a tobacco planter and trader.

The history of Captain Thomas Carter and his descendants is so intertwined with that of the family of Col. John Carter of Corotoman.

In the book "The History of the Carter Family" mentions that Ancell Carter being the father of Thomas but I have not researched this....Other sources state that Ancell is not the father of Thomas Carter.

Thomas Carter first settled in Nansemond County, Virginia about 1649/50 and later at Barford in Lancaster County, Virginia

The Lancaster County, records first recorded his presence in 1653 as "Mr. Tho. Carter. --
page 209 "The History of the Carter Family"

Thomas was magistrate and Captain in the Militia, 1667. A vestryman of Church Christ. A member of the House of Burgesses.

Records do indicate that he was a tobacco planter and merchant in Lancaster County,. He purchased his first plantation of about eight hundred acres on the "Easter most branch of the Corotoman River from Col. John Carter," and on 1 June 1654 acknowledged the debt in court--"12,852 pounds of tobacco to be paid the following October at ye dwelling house of the said Mr. Tho:Carter." In 1656, he purchased an additional 560 acres from George Marsh and in 1658 purchased another plantation from Edmund Lunsford. He also acquired over the thirty years patents or ownership to well over a thousand acres of land, indicating that at the time of his death about 1700 he quite well situated. --Lancaster land
records page # unreadable.

Old court records show Thomas Carter served occasionally as an attorney for various nonresidents of Lancaster County, who had legal business in his area. The records read: "October ye 21st 1663.

1670 Marriage of Thomas and Katherine was recorded in the old Carter Prayer Book as follows: With this Book per Rev. Mr. John Shepperd on Wednesday ye 4th Day of May 1670---was Married Mr Thomas Carter of Barfordin ye County, of Lancaster in Virginia & Katherine Dale ye eldest daughter of Mr. Edw. Dale ye same County,.

This marriage produced ten sons and three daughters. Three sons died in their youth, William and Nicholas, the twins and Daniel. One daughter Diana died at the age of 2.

The name "Barford" (home of Captain Thomas Carter) first appears in the Carter Prayer Book which is in the possession of the Virginia Historical Society.

8 Dec 1674 Edward Dale gave 500 acres to son-in-law Thomas Carter and wife Katherine Dale Carter by deed ( whereon the said Thomas Carter now lives) Deed Book 4 pg 201 1662-1682)


WisconsinllinoisL OF THOMAS CaliforniaRTER SR. LouisianaNCaliforniaSTER COUNTY, VIRGINIA 16 AUG 1700

In the name of God, Amen the sixteenth day of August 1700, I Thomas Carter Senior of the County, of Lancaster being sick in body but of good and perfect Memory Thanks be to Almighty God and calling to Remembrance the uncertain Estate of this Transitory life..... and now for the settling of my temporal estate and such goods chattels and debts as it hath pleased God far above my Deserts to bestow upon me. I do order give and depose the same in manner and form following that is to say that first I will that all Those Debts and Dues as I owe in right or conscience to any manner of Person or Persons whosoever shall be well and truly contented and paid or ordain to be paid within convenient Time after my decease by Exec. hereafter named
Item I: do give my son Edward Carter one hundred acres of land to him and his heirs forever but if so be the said Edward will not join with his brothers within three months after my Decease to pay Equal charge for the laying it out and let his mother have what Timber she shall have occasion of for Repairing houses and fences on my now dwelling plantation during her life that then he shall have no benefit of it but I do give it to son John Carter to him and his heirs forever.
Item: I do give unto my son Henry Carter one hundred acres of land to him and his heirs for ever only Reserving my wife to have the benefit of getting what timber She shall have occasion of for Repairing and Building on my now Dwelling Plantation but whereas the said Henry is in England and if it should happen he should never come in again I do give the said land unto my so James Carter to him and his heirs forever.
Item: I do give unto my son John Carter one hundred acres of land to him and his heirs forever only Reserving the Same Privilege to my wife as in, the other two Item I do give my Negro, Dick unto my loving wife Katherine during her natural life and then to be Divided Amongst all the rest of my children only my son Edward to have no share of him Item: I do give all my personal estate whatsoever its to be Equally Divided my loving wife and children only reserving the great table to my wife whereas my son in Law hath Received fifteen hundred and sixty pounds of Tobacco in part of the estate his Grandfather in Law Edward Dale gave his wife I having no Receipt for it and if the said William George will not be accountable for it then it is my will that he shall have no part of my said estate but only one shilling sterling in full part of his wife portion
Item: I do give unto my son Thomas Carter my now Dwelling Plantation with one hundred acres of land to it to him and his heirs forever after my now Loving wife Katherine decease.
Item: I do nominate my son Thomas Carter my ecce and my loving wife my exetrx of this my last will and Testmt. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above written

Thomas Carter Senior (Seal) Signed

Published in the presence John Davis, Thomas: White Richard Stephen

Captain Thomas Carter died October 22, 1700 at the age of 70 and his will was probated on November 14 of the same year. His estate was divided as follows: Wife Katherine to have the home plantation for the rest of her life, a Negro man named Dick, the great table, and one-third of the remainder of my personal property. Sons Edward,Thomas,Henry(then in England) and John to each have a hundred acres of land; son James to have the land devised to Henry if the latter does not return from England. Daughters Elizabeth and Katherine, and sons Peter and Joseph have been provided for by their grandfather Dale. Son-in-law William George to account for 1,560 pounds of tobacco that I had advanced him on the Dale estate due to his wife from her grandfather. Son Thomas to have the home plantation after the death of his mother. The rest of my real and personal estates to be divided equally between all children.
signed: Thomas Carter

"The History of the Carter Family"

The personal estate was valued at 236 Pounds, which was a goodly sum, and included a : parcel of old Books" a silver drinking pot, tankard, and twelve silver spoons, beside the usual household and plantation furnishings of a man of class.

Throughout the descendents of Captain Thomas Carter you will see who owned land and who sold it in time. The heirs of Captain Thomas Carter, were grandsons that ended up selling the last parts of the land that was owned by their Grandfather. The first being sold in 1742 by James Gordon. The last being sold to James Gordon in 1782.
The land was then referred to as Verville. This was called Gordonsville, in 1784, which included the house on this land. All the land mentioned above was owned by the Captain Thomas Carter families in the early 18th century.

Prayer Book of Captain Thomas Carter of Barford, Lancaster County, Virginia


Original Prayer Book at Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Virginia - Handwriting recording births and marriages of Capt. Thomas Carter was assumed to be his, but later marriages occurred after his death.
Transcription of Prayer Book of Captain Thomas Carter of Lancaster County,
Virginia
Born: circa 1630, London, England
Died: 1700, Barford Estate, Lancaster County, Virginia

Passed down to son Thomas Carter, Jr.
Born: June 4, 1672, Lancaster County, Virginia
Died: September 30, 1733, Lancaster, County, Virginia

Passed down to son Peter Carter
Born: 1706, Lancaster County, Virginia
Died: circa 1790

By Captain Thomas Carter
Edward ye eldest Sonne of Tho: & Kathn Carter was born on ye 9h Ap’ll 1671 of Sunday at 8 Acock in ye Morng and was baptz on Sunday the 30h. Mr John Carter, Mr Edwn Conaway & Mr Edw: Dale Gdfathrs & Mrs Diana Dale & Msz Lettys Corbyn G’mothers.

Thomas Carter son of Thomas was Born on the 4th day of June 1672 betw’n 3 & 4 aclock in ye Morng and was Baptzd att ye new Church Augt 5th. Captn John Lee, Mr Th: Hayne, ye Lady Ann Skipworth & Elizh Dale godparts.

John 3d son was bornd ye 8th May 1674 and bapd Sunday ye 24h and had for God parents Coll. Jno: Carter, Mr Jno Stretchley and Mrs Ball

Henry Skipwith, 4th sonn Tho. & Kath. Carter Bornd of a Wedndy the 7h June & was baptzd att Home by Rev Mr Dogette on Sunday aftr Service ye 18th. Capn Wm Ball, Capn David Fox and Mrs Srah Fleete standing

Diana ye Eldest Daughr Th: & Kathn Carter was born on the last Day of Apll 1678 near 5 in the Aftrnoone and Christnd on Sunday 12 of May by Mr Doggett when was Entertaind a large Company. Mrs Diana Dale, Mrs Mary Willys & Capn Ball God parents. She Departd this Life of a Putrid Soar Throate at ye age of 2 yeares and 3 days.

Wm & Nicho twinn sonnes of Tho: Carter born 2d Novr 1679 and dyed on the 11th and 12th July 1680 of a Cholrey.

Elizabeth 2d Dauter was Bornd 4h day of Feby 1680 about Sunrise & weighd 11 lbs. Baptzd at St Marys Sunday 15 May Mrs Margaret Ball, Mrs Elizabeth Rogers & Captain Ball standing for her.

Daniel son of Thomas & Katharin Carter born 22d Oct’br 1682 and died on the 30h of a Fit.

James 8th sonn was Borne on Christmas Day 1684 it being Thursday at 2 in the morng & was Chrisnd at Home on Sundy. Mr. Jno Edwards, Mr Tho. Wilkes & Mrs Edwards standing as God parts.

Katharine 3d Dau. was born at 6 aclock Easter Morning 4h Apl 1686 Bapd on Whit-Sundy Mr David Fox Mrs Hannah Fox & Mrs Sarah Perrotte Gdpts.

Peter 9th Son was Born near Midnight 23d May 1688 & Baptzd on 3d June Mr Edwin Conaway, Mr Tho. Dudly & Mrs Ann Chowning standing.

Joseph Youngest son born Friday 28 Novr 1690 & Christnd at home on 10th Decr Mr Robt Carter & Mr Joseph Ball Godfathrs & Mrs Judith Carter Godmother.

[Death of Edward Dale, father-in-law in Capt. Thomas Carter’s handwriting]
Mr. Edw: Dale Departd this life on ye 2d Day Feb: 1695 and Mrs Diana Dale on ye last day of July.

Hic Despositum Spe Certe Resurgendi in christo quicquid habuit Mortale EDWARDUS DAlabamaE, ARMichiganGER.
Tandem hornorum et Dierum Obiit 20 Feby: Anno Dom: 1695.

He descended from an Ancient Family in England & came into ye Colly of Virga after the Death of his Unhappy Master Charles First. For above 30 years he enjoyed various Employments of Public Trust
in ye Coty of Lancaster wch he Dischred wth great Fidelity & Satisfacn. to the Governor & People. As neighbor-Father-Husband he Ex celled and in early yeares Crownd his other Accomplishments by a
Felicitous Marriage wth Diana ye daughter of sr Henry Skypwith of Preswold in ye Coty of Leicester Bart
who is left a little while to Mourn him.

[Death of Capt. Thomas Carter and wife Katherine in Thomas Carter, Jr’s handwriting]
Thomas Carter Senr Departed this life on the 22d of October 1700 Aged about 70 years.
Catharine Carter Departed this life the 10th Day of May 1703 in the 51st Year of her Life.

[Marriages of children recorded by Capt. Thomas Carter]
Elizabeth Carter was Mard to 2dm George on Wednesday the 15 June 1698.

1 Kathe Carter was married to Jno: Lawson on ye 16h June 1703

2 James Carter was mard ye 3d Octbr 1715 to Hannah Neale daur. to Danl Neal

3 Peter Carter was mard ye 23 Sept 1712 to Kathe Rogers dau to --- Wm Rogers.

4 Henry Carter & Ann Davis was married ye 6th day of May 1701.

5 Joseph Carter & Ann Pines was married on 23 Decr 1713.

6 James Carter & Mary Brent was mard on 12 Augt 1724.

7 Tho: Carter Jnnr & Arabella Williamson was Mard on ye 22 Augt 1695

8 John Carter & Frances Ball was married on Tuesday the 21st Day Novbr 1698

Edward Carter of ye coty of Lancster & Elizh Thornton Dau: to Mr. Wm. Thornton of ye Coty of Gloucstr was mard 3d June 1697. It being a Thursday. Edward & Elizh Carter had daur Margt born 1t June 1698-Judith born 22d June 1702 Katha 1 Feb: 1699/1700 & son Thomas Born 1 Feb: 1699/1700-- in Gloucester att Mr Wm Thorntons And Edward born Augt 1704 & Elizh Born 8 May 1706 in Lancaster.

With this Book pr Rv Mr John Shepperd on Wednsday ye 4h Day of May 1670-was Mard Mr Thomas Carter of Barford in ye County, of Lancaster in Virga & Katherine Dale ye eldest Daughr of Mr Edw: Dale ye same County,.

By Captain Thomas Carter
Children of Jos & Catharine Carter
Thomas Carter was born May 8, 1720
Mary Elizth Carter was born Dec 2, 1721
Ewd Dale Carter was born June 2, 1723
John Carter was born June 8, 1725
George Carter was born Dec 18, 1728
Elizabeth Carter was born Sept 20, 1731
Joseph Cater was born May 3, 1733
Catharine Cater
Robert Carter was born Aug 22, 1735

By Peter Carter
Francis the loving dear Wife of John Carter and Dau. of Mr. Joseph Ball and Elizabeth his Wife Departed this Life at 5 mins to 8 a clock in the Morning of ye 3d day of Sept 1699 three hours after she was delivd of a Son in the 18th year of her life. And was buried on the 5h day at St Marys White Chapell attended by an affectionate and sorrowing Husband and a large concorse of Relatives and friends. Joseph Ball Carter followed his mother to the Grave on the 1st Day of July 1700 of a flux and was burd at So. Marys on ye 2d.

By Peter Carter
January 14th 1777. Today came a letter from Edward Carter of Lancaster with the intelligence that my Brother Mr. Dale Carter Departed this Life on the 12th Day December last and our cousin 10 days earlier [Thomas Carter written in margin]. Now indeed am I the last of my generation--the lone leaf on the tree waiting the last frost.

Ye Datte of this Holy Book is at it stands from the printer as follows MarylandCLXII [1662] in the year of my God 1775 and in ye year of my Nattral Life 69. Romans ye 10 Chap & 9 vers. If thou shalt confess with thine mouth the Lord Jesus; and shall Believe in thin heart tht God hath Rased him from the Dead thou shalt be saved. Romans ye 10 & 9 vers my Natral Life 82 in ye year of my God 1788. Peter Carter
in the year 1788 & in ye year my Life 82. 58 years last May Day [May 1, 1730] I was Married to Judith Norris who passed on ye 15h day May 1765. We was Blest with 9 sons and 4 daughters viz. Dale & Thomas on ye 24h April 1731. Judy on ye 2d Novm 1732. Job on ye 1st Jan’y 1734. Joseph on ye 4th September 1736. Arabella Catharine on ye 17th August 1738. Solomon on ye 25 Septr. 1739. Frances Ball on ye 8h Jan’y 1741. Peter on ye 9th March 1743. Sarah on ye 16h June 1744. Daniel on ye 22d Dec. 1746 ye same Day and year as Danl son of my cozen Robert Carter. Norris on 8h November 1748 and George on 15 March 1757. of which Thomas, Joseph Peter, Norris, George, Frances and
Sarah are now living. George with me Peter in Amherst and the others on Clinch.

Robert Carters children born William born 1st May 1745, Daniel 22 Decmbr 1746, Robert 14 Febry 1748, Mary 21 May 1750, Jedisah 29 July 1752, Milly 22 May 1755, Henry 28 Janry 1757, John Novmbr 1758, Winny Born Decm 4 1762, Fredn 28 July 1767. These Dattes give me by Henry Carter.

Mrs Hannah Carter departed the Life on 9th Octo. 1722 and left a sorriful husband and 4
tender children Tho. Danl Presly & Hannah

Job Carter past to his Reward the 8h Novem 1782.

Solomon Carter on 28h day September 1786.

By Peter Carter
James Davis & Mary Elizabeth Carter married December 25, 1738
Children
Jno: Fielding born Jany 1, 1740
James C. born March 5, 1741
Benjamin born Jany 10, 1743
Elizabeth born Feby 22, 1745
Snead born May 16, 1748
Wm Dale born August 26, 1750
Mary born May 24, 1753
Felix Carter born April 27, 1755
Charles Edwin born Oct. 22, 1758
Thomas Wyatt born Nov 30, 1761

Thomas Davis & Susanah Hieatt was married May 1, 1783
Children
Elizabeth born Oct. 16, 1784
Mary Carter born Dec 22, 1786
Fielding born May 9, 1789 in Caintucky

Birth Record
Tho: Davis son of Jno: & Susannah born August 8 1693

Sarah Davis dau of Ewd: fielding Esqr born May 12th 1695
Children
Ewd Fielding Davis born May 6, 1718
James C. Davis born Nov 3, 1719
Wm Davis born April 30, 1727
Susanah Davis born Sept 9, 1729
Richd Davis born June 15, 1725
John Davis born July 3, 1723

1652 - 1703 Katherine Dale 51 51 1672 Thomas Carter 1674 John Carter 1676 Henry Skipwith Carter 1678 Diana Carter 1679 Nicholas Carter 1679 William Carter 1680 Elizabeth Carter 1682 Daniel Carter 1684 James Carter 1686 Katherine Carter 1688 Peter Joseph Carter 1690 Joseph Carter 1602 - 1644 William Anscell Carter 42 42 1606 - 1638 Mary Anne Emmery 32 32 1630 Anne Carter 1634 William Carter 1637 Elizabeth Carter 1549 - 1605 William Carter 56 56 P 72 Monument, brass pale in church on the floor of the nave of the Kempston Church, just in front of the front pew on the right side of the church, two brasses, one with William, the other with sons.

"Here lieth the body of William Carter, Gent: who took to wife Marie the daughter of Tho: Aunsell, Esq.: by whom he had issue seven sones and ten daughtes he died the first day of Sept. 1605, she survivinge in memoriall of her affection to him living caused this memorial to be made over him..."

Will dated 1-24-1603
1556 - 1619 Mary Anscell 63 63 1575 Thomas Carter 1576 Nicholas Carter 1578 William Carter 1579 Anne Carter 1580 Winifred Carter 1581 Mary Carter 1582 Oliver Carter 1584 Amye Carter 1585 Elizabeth Carter 1587 Temperence Carter 1588 Anne Carter 1590 Ursula Carter 1591 William Carter 1592 Robert Carter 1595 Alice Carter 1599 John Carter 1510 - 1569 William Carter 59 59 From COLONIAlabama FAMichiganllinoisIES OF THE AMERICaliforniaS, Lineage #25, Carter.

P 72. A HISTORY OF BEDFORDSHIRE, VOL. III (1912), "Kempston, Anthony, elder brother of Thomas Denny, who in 1546, sold the manor to William Carter if Bronman, yeoman, to hold for the king for one-tentieth of a knight's fee and an annual rent of 6s. 8d. William Carter died in 1569, when the manor was called Oakes Farm, worth 2 pounds yearly, and the estate which comprised other lands in Kempston worth 17s. 4d. a year, descended to his son and heir William. The latter, who died in 1605, left a son and heir Thomas, aaged 31, born 1575.

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Christ Vickery - GenMail4Christ@earthlink.net

I am related to the Carter family through Mary Carter [1775-1850] who married Elias Sanders [1775-1865] and through their daughter Mary Sanders [1800-?] who married James Vickery [1795-1838] and through their son Jonathan Hightower Vickery [1831-1903] who married Matilda McCleskey [1831-1902] and through their son Louis Paul Vickery [1866-1917] who married Matilda Evelyne Hembree [1866-1947]and through their son Jesse Dewitt Vickery [1901-1976] (my grandfather) who married Jewel Hazel Moss [1911-1986] and theri my father Kenneth Porter Vickery [1941-present] who married Imozell Clara Hembree [1947-present] to myself Kenneth Christopher Vickery [1969-present] who married Mayes Demarcus Mullinax, Jr [1965-present]

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William King - wking61@cox.net

I am related to the Carter family via my mother's mother Dora Mae Carter Whaley she was the daughter of William Alsa "Alsie" Carter. My mother was Edna Earle Whaley King
her father was William Isaac Whaley and my father was Lawrence Albert King.
1514 Elizabeth Glover Cranfield 1555 Peter Carter 1541 Paradise Carter 1543 Winifred Carter 1545 Mary Carter 1547 Milicent Carter 1495 - 1544 Thomas Carter 49 49 1498 - 1560 Emily Anstell 62 62 1500 Richard Carter 1502 William Carter 1504 John Carter 1483 - 1560 William Glover Cranfield 77 77 William was originally William Glover of Kempston Parish,Bedfordshire,
England. At his marriage he "adopted for life" the surname Cranfieldbecause
his wife, Katherine Cranfield, was a rich heiress. Their childrenwere all
called by the surname Cranfield.
William's will was dated in 1536.
1487 - 1556 Katherine Cranfield 69 69 1516 William Cranfield 1520 - 1591 Thomas Anscell 71 71 1528 - 1597 Elizabeth Wheatley 69 69 1550 Nicholas Anscell 1552 Agnes Anscell 1554 Rose Anscell 1558 Temperance Anscell 1560 Wheatley Anscell 1560 Elizabeth Anscell 1564 Anne Anscell 1567 Oliver Anscell 1568 Thomas Anscell 1570 Anscell 1494 Edward Anscell 1498 Wethlyan Powell 1468 John Anscell 1472 ap Powell 1503 Robert Powell Wheatley 1510 Catherine Fyssher 1472 Richard Fyssher 1550 Thomas Emmery 1620 - 1695 Edward Dale 74 74 1621 - 1695 Diana Skipwith 74 74 1654 Elizabeth Dale 1659 Mary Dale 1598 Roger Dale 1615 Henry Dale 1565 - 1634 Robert Dale 69 69 1596 Robert Dale 1600 William Dale 1589 - 1622 Henry Skipwith 33 33 1591 - 1631 Amy Kempe 40 40 1611 Grey Skipwith 1613 Anne Skipwith 1615 William Skipwith 1616 Henry Skipwith 1618 Elizabeth Skipwith 1619 Thomas Skipwith 1620 John Skipwith 1623 Grey Skipwith 1565 - 1622 William Skipwith 57 57 1565 - 1594 Margaret Cave 29 29 1581 Elizabeth Skipwith 1582 Jane Skipwith 1583 Skipwith 1585 Anne Skipwith 1585 John Skipwith 1587 Skipwith 1591 George Skipwith 1592 Elizabeth Skipwith 1594 Thomas Skipwith 1452 - 1518 John Skipwith 66 66 1460 Catherine FitzWilliam 1484 Catherine Skipwith 1486 Elizabeth Skipwith 1491 Margaret Skipwith 1499 Mary Skipwith 1415 - 1487 William Skipwith 72 72 1430 Agnes Constable of St. Quintyn 1476 Alice Skipwith 1380 - 1441 Thomas Skipwith 61 61 Knighted in France by Henry V

Succeeded his father in 1421/1422, afterwards distinguished himself in the Franch Wars for which he was knighted, died before the 19th year of Henry VI.
1388 - 1452 Margery Willoughby 64 64 1351 - 1415 John Skipwith 64 64 Member of Parliament, High Sheriff of Lincolnshire during the 18th year of the reign of King Richard II of England, was one of the knights for that country in Parliament during the reign of Henry V, representing Lincolnshire in The Parliaments of 1406, 1407, and 1414. From John Skipwith, Esquire, descended the Skipwiths of Newbold Hall in Warwickshire
1359 - 1417 Alice Tilney 58 58 1382 William Skipwith 1385 Patrick Skipwith 1422 - 1478 Richard FitzWilliam 56 56 1422 Elizabeth Clarell 1394 - 1430 Thomas Clarell 36 36 1379 - 1430 Elizabeth le Scrope 51 51 1327 - 1405 John le Scrope 78 78 1353 - 1416 Elizabeth Strathbogie 63 63 1332 David Strathbogie David of Strathbogie, 12th Earl of Atholl and supposedly 3rd Lord (Baron) Strabolgi; born c1332; participated on English side in Hundred Years War in France from 1355; married between 24 Sep 1342 and 1361 Elizabeth (married 2nd John Malewayn and died 22 or 23 Oct 1375), daughter of Henry, 2nd Lord (Baron) Ferrers (of Groby), and dspm 10 Oct 1369, when the supposed Barony of Strabolgi is deemed by the House of Lords 1914 resolution to have fallen into abeyance and the Earldom of Atholl, inasmuch as such an entity existed as an English peerage dignity at all, probably expired. [Burke's Peerage] 1336 - 1375 Elizabeth de Ferreres 39 39 1520 - 1598 Roger Cave 78 78 1558 - 1607 Thomas Kempe 49 49 1560 - 1629 Dorothy Thompson 69 69 1583 Mary Kempe 1522 Thomas Kempe 1532 Ann Moyle 1487 William Kempe 1500 Eleanor Browne 1465 Robert Browne 1475 Mary Malet 1438 Thomas Browne Sources:

   1. Title: World Family Tree Vol. 9, Ed. 1
      Author: Brøderbund Software, Inc.
      Publication: Release date: March 31, 1997
      Note: Customer pedigree.
      Repository:
      Media: Family Archive CD
      Page: Tree #0453
      Text: Date of Import: 16 Dez 1998 
1442 Eleanor Arundel 1386 Thomas Arundel 1420 Joan Moyns 1364 - 1390 John FitzAlan 25 25     John FitzAlan, 2nd Baron Arundel, also called John de Arundel (November 30, 1364 – August 14, 1390), of Buckland, Surrey, was the son of John FitzAlan, 1st Baron Arundel and Eleanor Maltravers. John was with the army in Scotland in 1383 and with the English Fleet in the western coast of France.
    He married Elizabeth le Despenser, daughter of Edward le Despencer, 1st Baron le Despencer, by Elizabeth Burghersh, daughter and heiress of Bartholomew de Burghersh, 2nd Baron Burghersh. They had three sons.
    Sir John de Arundel, 2nd Lord Arundel, died testate 14 August 1390, and was buried at Missenden Abbey, Buckinghamshire.
    (Wikipedia)



1367 Elizabeth le Despenser 1649 - 1727 William Thornton 77 77 1655 Elizabeth FitzHugh 1674 Margaret Thornton 1676 Mary Thornton 1677 Esther Thornton 1679 Sarah Thornton 1681 Jane Thornton 1683 Judith Thornton 1685 Anna Thornton 1688 Susan Thornton 1692 Francis Thornton 1694 Seth Thornton 1699 Prudence Thornton 1699 William Thornton 1701 John Thornton 1702 Alice Thornton 1703 Johanna Thornton 1620 - 1708 William Thornton 88 88 1627 Elizabeth Rowland 1651 Francis Thornton 1653 Rowland Thornton 1655 Esther Thornton 1590 William Thornton 1558 William Thornton 1568 Frances Robinson 1522 - 1600 William Thornton 78 78 1532 Barbara Westby 1494 - 1566 Francis Thornton 72 72 1455 - 1514 Robert Thornton 59 59 1468 Jane Layton 1420 William Thornton 1430 Agnes Aldborough 1395 - 1460 Robert Thornton 65 65 1400 Isabel Grey 1362 - 1418 William Thornton 56 56 1320 - 1402 Robert Thornton 82 82 1290 - 1346 Thomas Thornton 56 56 1255 - 1333 William Thornton 78 78 1270 Isabel Newton 1162 Richard de Stafford 1167 Joanna de Stafford 1165 Millicent de Stafford 1075 - 1138 Nicholas de Stafford 63 63 1085 - 1138 Maud Moolte 53 53 1120 Juliana de Stafford 1112 Gilbert de Lancaster 1271 Hugh de Mortimer 1404 - 1480 William Plumpton 76 76 1390 Simon Leeke 1408 Margaret Plumpton 1406 Geoffrey Plumpton 1386 - 1416 Alice Foljambe 30 30 1367 - 1388 Godfrey Foljambe 21 21 Sources:

   1. Author: Larson, Kirk
      Title: Genealogical Research of Kirk Larson
      Publication: Name: Personal Research Works including Bethune & Hohenlohe Descendants; Date: 1981-2001;
      Repository:
            Name: Kirk Larson Private Library
      Text: Date of Import: Aug 28, 2007
   2. Author: Deborah Dale Stanley
      Title: Stanley Family Tree
      Repository:
            Name: Rootsweb.com
      Note:
      Source Medium: Internet

      Page: Date of Import: Nov 3, 2006 
1371 Isabel Leeke 1345 Simon Leeke 1383 - 1421 Robert Plumpton 38 38 1410 Robert Plumpton 1412 Alice Plumpton 1414 Elizabeth Plumpton 1416 Millicent Plumpton 1280 - 1328 Sir Richard VI De Talbot 48 48 1314 - 1361 Juliana de Grey 47 47 1319 - 1355 Sir John De Talbot 35 35 1295 - 1345 Margaret De Mortimer 50 50 1273 - 6 FEB 1305/06 Matilda de Hereford 1296 - 12 JAN 1339/40 Joan de Mortimer 1349 Joan De Talbot 1020 Thibault de Crepy 1032 Pierre de Vermandois 1070 - 1157 Sybil Adela Lucy Corbet 87 87 1084 - 1129 Herbert fitz Henry 45 45 1065 - 1114 Henri de Vermandois 49 49 1136 - 1204 Herbert FitzHerbert 68 68 1117 - 1155 Henry FitzHerbert 38 38 1084 Emma De Blois 1120 St. William FitzHerbert 1179 - 1249 John Foljambe 70 70 1052 - 1120 Adam De Crépy 68 68 1145 - 1190 Henry de Foljambe 45 45 Sources:

   1. Author: Foster
      Title: Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire
      Publication: Date: 1874;
      Repository:
            Name: Internet
      Page: v1 Foljambe
      Text: HENRY FOLJAMB, Knt., Lord of Tideswell, temp. Rich. 1 and John, accompanied Richard 1 to the Holy Land.
      = ELEANOR, daughter and heiress of Thomas Fitzherbert.
      [They had a son]

      JOHN FOLJAMB, Knt., 
1154 - 1223 Eleanor FitzHerbert 69 69 1120 - 1203 Thomas FitzHerbert 83 83 Sources:

   1. Author: Foster
      Title: Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire
      Publication: Date: 1874;
      Repository:
            Name: Internet
      Page: v1 Foljambe 
1043 Adele De Crépy 1124 Eleanor FitzHerbert 1135 Eleanor 1831 Catherine Dennison 1839 Jane Dennison 1783 - 1863 William Dennison 80 80 Emigrated to Grayson County KY via Breckenridge Co. KY about 1815.

1850 Census Grayson Co., Ky 26 Sep 1850 by W L Conklin
866-866 William Denison 67 Farmer 300 VA***
Jane 67 MD
Catherine 37 VA
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1860 Census Grayson Co., KY Litchfield PO 12 Oct 1860 by Anderson Gray
1158-1158 William Denison 76 Farmer 400 800 VA***
Patsy Collard 35 Serving KY ( Dau of William, Martha Patsy)
Sarah J Collard 13 KY
Malinda Collard 11 KY
Hetty Collard 7 KY
1783 - 1857 Jennie Jane Barnes 74 74 1818 James A. Dennison 1804 Daniel Dennison 1809 Henry D. Dennison 1812 Catherine Kittie Dennison 1815 Susan Anderson Dennison 1820 Nancy Ann Dennison 1825 Martha Patsy Dennison 1826 Joseph Josiah Dennison 1828 Elizabeth A. Dennison 1755 - 1830 Benjamin Dennison 75 75 1810 Census > Kentucky > Barren > Not Stated
Benjamin Dennison 12101 12002***
Zachariah Dennison 11100 10100
Samuel Dennison 10202 01000
Robert Dennison 20010 10100
1810 Census > Kentucky > Barren > Not Stated
Benjamin Dennison
Free White Males 1 under 10, 2- 10 thru 15, 1- 16 thru 25, 0-26 thru 44, 1- 45 and over
Free White Females 1 under 10, 2- 20 thru 15, 0- 16 thru 25, 0- 26 thru 44, 2- 45 and over
Zachariah Dennison
Free White Males 1 under 10, 1- 10 thru 15, 1- 16 thru 25, 0-26 thru 44, 0- 45 and over
Free White Females 1 under 10, 0- 20 thru 15, 1- 16 thru 25, 0- 26 thru 44, 0- 45 and over
Samuel Dennison
Free White Males 1 under 10, 0- 10 thru 15, 2- 16 thru 25, 0-26 thru 44, 2- 45 and over
Free White Females 0 under 10, 1- 20 thru 15, 0- 16 thru 25, 0- 26 thru 44, 0- 45 and over
Robert Dennison
Free White Males 2 under 10, 0- 10 thru 15, 0- 16 thru 25, 1-26 thru 44, 0- 45 and over
Free White Females 1 under 10, 0- 20 thru 15, 1- 16 thru 25, 0- 26 thru 44, 0- 45 and over
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1819 Hart County, KY Tax List
Dennison Benjamin Sr. Green River ***
Dennison Benjamin Jr. none
Dennison Isaac none
Dennsion Zacheriah none
Dennison Zadoc none
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1820 Hart Co., KY
Page #157
Last Name First Name Males Females Agr Com Man Free Colored Males Free Colored Females
Denison Isaac 200010 10010 1
Denison Benjamin 000001 00001 1***
Denison Zadock 000100 10100 1
Denison, Zachariah 310010 11010 2

Barren Co, Kentucky Marriage
Denison, Jacob Parker, Susannah 1 Jul 1840
Denison, John Philpott, Hepsey 8 Aug 1843
Denison, Sidney Monroe, Mary 6 Aug 1855
Denison, Thomas E. Colbert, America 1 Sep 1853
Dennis, Henry McKinney, Sarah A. 5 Jun 1853
Dennison, Isaac Ashworth, Nancy 31 Aug 1812
Dennison, Jacob Hester, Louisianna 27 Dec 1820
Dennison, Joel Jackson, Anna 20 Apr 1838
Dennison, John Hester, Mary 24 May 1826
Dennison, William Garrison, Marinda 7 Mar 1848
Denniston, Robert Loyd, Betsey 9 Feb 1803

Benjamin & Drucilla DENISON transferred 121 ac to John MAY for 70 pounds on
14 Dec 1805. Adjoins Ch.CLAY, James LAWLESS. Witnesses: James SOYARS,
William WALTON, James FOULKES, James MAY.

James and Martha READ transferred 112 ac to William MAY for 70 pounds on 6
Oct 1801. Adjoins: BILLINGS. Witnesses: Joseph PRUITT, Benjamin DENSON,
Richard DINISON, John MAY. Pitts De

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=555ed&id=I6037ed Bk 12 pg 461. 
1760 - 1830 Drucilla 70 70 1778 Zachariah Dennison 1782 Robert Dennison 1792 Isaac Dennison 1790 Rachel Dennison 1790 - 1848 Samuel Dennison 58 58 1840 United States Federal Census ; Name: Samuel Denison Township: East of Barren County: Barren State: Kentucky; Source Citation: Year: 1840; Census Place: , Barren, Kentucky; Roll: 103; Page: 119; Ancestry.com. 1840 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004. 1790 Zadoc Dennison Richard Dennison 1795 Benjamin Dennison D. UNKNOWN Mary Matthews 1831 - UNKNOWN Benjamin S Dennison 1834 - UNKNOWN Catherine Jackson 1858 - UNKNOWN James Robert Dennison James Dennison 1740 Josiah S. Barnes Copied verbatim from records of Ruth (Denison) Prater. Josiah Barnes and his wife Elizabeth Tramell, along with their younger children, left Va. and went to Kentucky to find timber. He first went to Hardin Co. Kentucky, but he didn't like what he saw, so he moved to Grayson County Kentucky around 1813 and lived near Peter Cave. Their older children, John, Jane and Nancy stayed in Virginia until about 1815. Jane had married William (Denison) and the first time William's name appeared on a tax record was 1820. James was born about 1818 in Kentucky, according to the 1850 Kentucky census. Tramell was born 1809 in Va. Married Francis "Fannie" Carter born in Va. Ca. 1808. Many of the Carters came to Grayson Co. Ky. about the time William and Jane came. Most of them are buried in Grayson Co. Kentucky but many don't have gravestones.
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Josiah and Elizabeth BARRON transferred 50 ac on the waters of Fall Cre
to John YEAMON for $100 on 13 Dec 1810. Adjoins BARRON's old lines, CRAIN.
Pitts Deed Bk 17 pg 248. 
1763 - 1853 Elizabeth Trammel 90 90 1803 Elizabeth Barnes 1800 William Barnes 1787 Nancy Barnes 1786 Kate Barnes Daniel Barnes Thomas Barnes Shedric Barnes John Barnes James Barnes Trammel Barnes Joe Barnes 1708 - 1815 Jedediah Barnes 107 107 1709 Abigail Warner 1731 Lois Barnes 1735 Abigale Barnes 1744 Samuel Barnes 1733 - 1818 Phillip Trammell 85 85 1736 - 1826 Jemima Grymes 90 90 1676 - 1756 Ebenezer Barnes 80 80 Ebenezer was 13 when his father died. He moved to Bristol in 1727.

From Savage's Genealogical Dictionary
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EBENEZER, Southington, s[on]. of Thomas of the same, m[arried]. 8 Apr. 1699, Deborah Orvis, and d[ied]. 1756, leav[ing]. fifteen ch[ildren]. as Mr. Porter assures me.

From Barnes Genealogies
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He settled in the south part of the present town of Bristol, and built a large tavern which he conducted during his lifetime. His place was at the junction of the road east of the mountain, and the Plainville road.

Ebenezer Barnes was appointed ensign of train band at the parish of Southington, in Farmington, in 1737: appointed captain in 1742: appointed lieutenant of South Co. in town of Farmington, in 1768. (Colonial Records of Conn.)

He had sixteen children...

"In 1718, Ebenezer Barnes, of Farmington, was paid six shillings for killing wolves." (Historic Addresses)

From Thomas Barnes of Hartford, Connecticut
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It is claimed that, in 1729, Ebenezer had become the first permanent settler in what was to become the City of Briston. This would be along the north side of what is supposedly part of the 40-acre thumb of lowland which had in 1663 been granted to his father and three others in joint adventure.

From various Internet sources
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The Barnes family before 1745 established a sawmill and gristmill near their tavern, taking their power from the Pequabuck River, about where the present dam of the Bristol Brass and Clock Company stands. In 1745 there is mention of the Barnes tavern in the New Cambridge town records.

From Ten Generations of Barnes in Bristol, Connecticut
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In the will of Thomas Barns, his son, Ebenezer, was given a choice of one of the outlands possessed by his father. In selecting a settlement in what was then Poland, he may have been influenced not only by the fact that his father, Thomas Barns, had received a land grant in the eastern tier of lots, but also that his mother-ion-law, the widow Orvis, had also received an allotment in the same section... Ebenezer Barns became the first permanent settler of Bristol in 1728...

At the time Ebenezer Barns settled in Bristol, George !! and Queen Caroline were sovereigns of New England as well as of the British Isles...

Perhaps the most remarkable feature of Ebenezer Barns' settlement in Bristol is the fact that he was over fifty years old when he left the settlement of Farmington to pioneer in the wilderness. He must have been a man of extraordinary physique and determination to found a new home under such conditions. No one of the present day can have any conception of the amount of labor involved in establishing a farm in primeval New England. Undoubtedly he had been trained in the school of hard knocks, since his father died when Ebenezer was thirteen, and it is probable that he had to shift largely for himself after that time.

... fifteen children were born. Of this number eleven were born in Farmington and four in Bristol.

There is no evidence that Ebenezer Barns fought in the numerous so-called French and Indian wars...

...He was, therefore, far from isolated in his new home, and his settling upon this colonial highway [an old Indian trail ... prior to the construction of the turnpike in 1804, followed the Indian route... the only highway from Farmington to Mattatuck] probably explains why he became Bristol's first tavern-keeper.

...Ebenezer Barns was moderator of this first meeting [of the "Winter Society"... This was actually the organization of the first Congregational Church of Bristol, the history of which has been continuous since that date.] On December 6, 1742, the first service was held at the home of John Brown who lived on King Road north of the Barns homestead. The Rev. Thomas Canfield, who later held a life pastorate in Roxbury, was the preacher. The Congregational Church in Roxbury now has in its possession a diary in Mr. Canfield's handwriting in which he states that he preached "at ye mountain, now called Cambridge in Farmington," from December 6, 1742, through the winter. This is the first reference we have to the name Cambridge as applied to what is now Bristol. It is evident that the name was popular, for a year later, when the General Assembly was petitioned by the local settlers for a "distinkt sosiaty," it was officially named New Cambridge.

From Lois B. Morrill
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Book "Ten Generations of Barnes" ... has pictures & history about Ebenezer's home/tavern at a crossroads in nearby Bristol, CT. Some of the paneling from his home was used for the interior of a wing of the American Clock & Watch Museum in Bristol; & Ebenezer Barnes is named on the historic marker in front of the Burlington City Hall.

From Connecticut Colony Records
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October 1742Upon the memorial of Ebenezer Barnes, Joseph Gaylord, and sundry other persons that are settled on the second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth divisions of land in the town of Farmingtown, that lye west of the reserved lands (so called) in said town, shewing the great difficulties they are under to attend the publick worship of God in the society to which they do belong, in the winter season ; and praying for liberty to hire preaching among themselves for the winter season annually : This Assembly grants to the memorialists and such other persons as shall settle on the divisions of land abovesaid, within the limits following, (vis.) beginning at the south end of said divisions, and thence to extend north five miles, liberty of hiring some orthodox and suitably qualified person to preach to them for the space of six months annually ; said terms to begin on the first of November ; with all such rights and privileges as are allowed by law to other such societies in this Colony.

May 1744On the memorial of Ebenezer Barnes and others, inhabitants of that tract of land in Farmingtown called the Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Divisions, lying west of the Reserved Lands, (so called,) praying to be formed into a distinct ecclesiastical society... be called and known by the name of New Cambridge.*

* Now Bristol.

May 1745Upon the memorial of Ebenezer Barns and others, inhabitants of the fourth society in the town of Farmingtown... Resolved by this Assembly, that all the unimproved lands within the limits of said society or parish... to be taxed at six pence money, old tenour, per acre per annum... toward the settling of a minister and building a meeting house...

From The memorial history of Hartford County, Connecticut, 1633-1884
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The next year, 1728, Ebenezer Barnes, from Farmington, and Nehemiah Manross, from Lebanon, bought lands, built houses, and moved hither their families. Mr. Barnes's house has never been removed, and now forms the central part of Julius E. Pierce's residence in East Bristol; this was undoubtedly the earliest house of which any part now remains. Mr. Barnes's descendants have always remained here, and have been among our best-known families.

... These early families were all Congregationalists. Every Sunday a little procession went through the woods eight miles to the old church at Farmington... the meetings had been held at private houses; the houses of Ebenezer Barnes, John Brown, Stephen Barnes, Abner Matthews, and John Hickox having each been used for that purpose.

Sources:
Author: Frederic Wayne Barnes and Edna Cleo (Bauer) Barnes
Title: Thomas Barnes of Hartford, Connecticut
Publication: Name: Gateway Press, Baltimore, MD 1994;
Repository:
Name: Burton Collection, Detroit Public Library

Note:
It was written prior to the corruption of the BARNES Family lines from Thomas Barnes of Hartford and Farmington, Connecticut. This book was also written prior to any that are "popped out of a computer" using FTM. It is a scholarly work and is well researched in addition to being heavily documented.

Page: p. 7, 16 and citing
Text: The Making of Bristol, Bristol Public Library Association, 1954, p. 3; The Barnes Family Yearbook, Vol. 1, 1907, p. 10; Ten Generations of the Barnes Family in Bristol, CT, 1946, Chap.
Author: James Savage, Former President of the Massachusetts Historical Society and Editor of Winthrop's History of New England.
Title: Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's
Publication: Name: 1860-62 and Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD, 1965; Corrected electronic version copyright Robert Kraft, July 1994;
Repository:
Name: http://genweb.net/~books/savage

Note:
The electronic version adapted under the direction of Robert Kraft (assisted by Benjamin Dunning) from materials supplied by Automated Archives, 1160 South State, Suite 250, Orem UT 84058 in the following ways:
missing lines have been added wherever they could be located (vol. 2 could not easily be checked since line format was not replicated; the corrections found in vols 1-4 have been integrated into the text; page numbers have been represented between double brackets; hyphens have been resolved, and some abbreviated names. NOTE that letter by letter verification has NOT yet been attempted.
copyright for the new electronic version by Robert Kraft, July 1994.

Preface (part)
SOME explanatory introduction to so copious a work, as the following, will naturally be required; but it may be short. In 1829 was published, by John Farmer, a Genealogical Register of the first settlers of New England. Beside the five classes of persons prominent, as Governors, Deputy-Governors, Assistants, ministers in all the Colonies, and representatives in that of Massachusetts, down to 1692, it embraced graduates of Harvard College to 1662, members of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, as also freemen admitted in Massachusetts, alone, to this latter date, with many early inhabitants of other parts of New England and Long Island from 1620 to 1675. Extensive as was the plan of that volume, the author had in contemplation, as explained in his preface, calling it "an introduction to a biographical and genealogical dictionary, "a more ambitious work, that should comprehend sketches of individuals known in the annals of New England, and "a continuation of eminent persons to the present time." Much too vast a project that appeared to me; and the fixing of an absolute limit, like 1692 (the era of arrival of the new charter), for admission of any family stocks, seemed more judicious.

has a large number of abbreviations - I have made some attempt to write them out fully in brackets

Page: p. 121
Author: Collected and compiled from original sources by Rev. Geo. N. Barnes
Title: Barnes Genealogies
Publication: Name: The Rieg & Smith Printing Co.; Location: Conneaut, Ohio; Date: 1903;
Repository:
Name: Burton Collection, Detroit Public Library

Note:
Including a collection of ancestral, genealogical and family records and biographical sketches of Barnes people.

Page: p. 13
Author: Compiled By Trescott C. Barnes, Secretary and Genealogist
Title: The Barnes Family Year Book, Vol. I - 1907 & II - 1908
Publication: Name: Vol. I -The Grafton Press, New York; Vol. II - Winsted Printing and Engraving Co, Winsted, Conn.; Date: 1908;
Repository:
Name: Burton Collection, Detroit Public Library

Note:
An annual publication issued under the authority of the Barnes Family Association.

Page: p. 9
Author: Selim Walker McArthur
Title: McArthur-Barnes Ancestral Lines
Publication: Name: Portland, Me., Anthoensen Press, 1964;
Repository:
Name: Ancestry.com

Note:
Source Medium: Book
Author: Fuller F. Barnes
Title: Ten Generations of the Barnes Family in Bristol, Connecticut
Publication: Name: privately printed; Date: 1946;
Repository:
Name: State Library of Connecticut

Note:
Author was ninth generation from Thomas Barns

Page: Chapter 2
Author: Frederick R. Barnes
Title: Thomas Barnes of Hartford and Farmington Connecticut
Publication: Date: 1934;
Repository:
Name: Connecticut State Library

Note:
"In Relation to Inheritable Tendancies" completes the title
Title: Researcher Lois B. Morrill
Author: Royal Ralph Hinman
Title: Genealogy of the Puritans
Publication: Location: New York; Date: 1856;
Note:
Royal Ralph Hinman was the son of General Ephraim Hinman, a successful Connecticut merchant, and his wife Sylvania [French] Hinman.

After he was admitted to the bar he practiced law in Roxbury, CT for many years. From 1823 to 1833, Hinman acted as the Postmaster of Roxbury. In September of 1844, he was appointed the Collector of Customs of the Port of New Haven.

In 1835, Hinman along with Leman Church and the Hon. Elisha Phelps were appointed to revise the public statutes of Connecticut. From 1835 to 1836, the committee compiled and published the private or special acts of the state, eventually comprising a total of 1,640 pages. In 1838, Hinman and Thomas C. Perkins were appointed to further revise the statutes ...of the state, the Revisions of 1838, which eventually became a published work of 717 pages.

Hinman also published other works including the Antiquities of Connecticut and A Historical Collection of the Part Sustained by Connecticut During the War of the Revolution. He was also the author of numerous other historical publications as well as a member of the Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Jersey state historial societies.
Page: p. 141-142
Title: Researcher Sherrie Haines (Barnes)
Author: James Hammond Trumbull
Title: Memorial History of Hartford County, Connecticut 1633-1884, The
Publication: Name: E.L. Osgood; Location: Boston; Date: 1886;
Repository:
Name: GenealogyLibrary.com

Note:
1367 pgs.
Title: Researcher Lynn Dielman
Note:

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=marr794&id=I1345
1681 - 1719 Deborah Orvis 38 38 1475 - 1521 William Carter 46 46 1478 Alice Croxton 1450 John Carter 1443 William Glover Source of information:
Historical Southern Family volume 20 by James Boddie FHL# 975 D2b
The Carters of Virginia and Their English Ancestry by Noel Currer-Briggs
FHL# 929.273 C245f

F-
M-
S- William Glover

William was originally William Glover of Kempston Parish, Bedfordshire, England. At his marriage he "adopted for life" the surname Cranfield because his wife, Katherine Cranfield, was a rich heiress. Their children were all called by the surname Cranfield.
1413 - 1456 James Glover 43 43 1415 - 1456 Agnes Southwyn 41 41 1439 John Glover 1441 Joan Glover 1445 Lawrence Glover 1447 James Glover 1386 John Glover 1360 John Glover 1334 - 1375 John Glover 41 41 1440 John Anscell 1548 - 1580 Robert Dale 32 32 1548 Elizabeth Brassey 1517 - 1587 William Dale 70 70 1521 Katherine Leigh 1526 John Brassey 1530 Maud Bird 1442 Isabel FitzWilliam 1392 Edmond FitzWilliam 1394 Catherine Clifton 1417 Maud Clarell 1420 Agnes Clarell 1365 - 1442 Thomas Clarell 77 77 1378 - 1457 Maud Montgomery 79 79 1335 - 1371 William Clarell 36 36 Sources:

   1. Title: Stirnet Genealogy
      Publication: Location: http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm;
      Repository:
            Name: Internet
      Page: CZmisc06
   2. Author: Douglas Richardson
      Title: Magna Carta Ancestry :A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families - Royal Ancestry Series
      Publication: Name: Genealogical Publishing Co.- 2005;
      Repository:
            Name: Susan Johanson's library
      Page: 202 
1340 - 1389 Elizabeth de Reygate 49 49 1310 - 1341 Thomas Clarell 31 31 Sources:

   1. Title: Stirnet Genealogy
      Publication: Location: http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/genfam.htm;
      Repository:
            Name: Internet
      Page: CZmisc06
   2. Author: Douglas Richardson
      Title: Magna Carta Ancestry :A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families - Royal Ancestry Series
      Publication: Name: Genealogical Publishing Co.- 2005;
      Repository:
            Name: Susan Johanson's library
      Page: 202 
1312 Isabel Comyn 1275 - 1332 William de Clarell 57 57 1280 Agnes de Walleis 1318 Joanna de Clarell 1305 Robert de Clarell 1250 Robert de Aldwark # Sources:

   1. Title: The National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surry
      Publication: Location: http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk;
      Repository:
            Name: Internet
      Text: Grant.
      1) Wm. s. of Jordan de Tykehill.
      2) Wm. Clarell, s. of Rob. de Aldewerk.
      (1) to (2) manor of Westfold and all premises in Tykehill, Sandebeck and Maltby, with some exceptions, 1d p.a. to Sir Rob. de Eccleshale.

    
1258 Johanna de Clarell 1230 Robert de Aldwark # Sources:

   1. Author: Foster
      Title: Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire
      Publication: Date: 1874;
      Repository:
            Name: Internet
      Page: West Riding, vol2: North and East Ridings

    
1200 Roger de Aldwark 1225 Roger de Aldwark Sources:

   1. Author: Foster
      Title: Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire
      Publication: Date: 1874;
      Repository:
            Name: Internet 
1170 Richard de Aldwark 1140 Galfrid de Aldwark Sources:

   1. Author: Foster
      Title: Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire
      Publication: Date: 1874;
      Repository:
            Name: Internet 
1110 Reginald de Aldwark Sources:

   1. Author: Foster
      Title: Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire
      Publication: Date: 1874;
      Repository:
            Name: Internet 
1115 Catherine Fleming 1080 William de Aldwark Sources:

   1. Author: Foster
      Title: Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire
      Publication: Date: 1874;
      Repository:
            Name: Internet 
1050 Reginald de Aldwark Sources:

   1. Author: Foster
      Title: Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire
      Publication: Date: 1874;
      Repository:
            Name: Internet 
1235 - 1285 William de Clarell 50 50 1240 Joan 1210 John de Clarell Sources:

   1. Title: Rotherdam.co.uk
      Publication: Location: http://www.rotherhamweb.co.uk/h/clarell.htm;
      Repository:
            Name: Internet
      Page: Clarell
      Text: Clarell Hall, in Tickhill was the seat of the Clarells, probably built by John Clarell, Dean of Southwell in 1266. 
1215 Matilda Capre