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Childers, Thomas F head W M Nov. 1855 46 Married 20 yrs KY Ohio VA Laborer
Childers, America (?) wife W F Sept.1856 44 Married 20 yrs. Born 4 children 4 living KY KY KY
childers, Goldie, daughter W F Oct. 1881 18 KY KY KY At School
Childers, William B. son W M Nov. 1885 14 KY KY KY At School
Childers, Nathaniel son W M July 1888 11 KY KY KY At school
Childers,  Nancy (?) Lee son July 1881 11 KY KY KY At school   TWINS ???

1910 --Pct 28, Louisville, Jefferson, KY  22 April  Family # 268
Childers, Thomas  Head M W 54 Married 29 yrs Ohio, Ohio, Ohio  Presser in Shirt Factory. Read & write
Childers, America  Wife F W 53 Married 29 yrs. Had 4 children--4 alive  KY Ohio, KY Read & write
Childers, Nancy L son  M W 21 Single  Ky Ohio KY Presser in Shirt factory, Read & write

1910-- Pct. 31, Louisville, Jefferson, KY 19 April Family # 91
Newall, William Head M W 46 M 30 KY US US Coremaker Foundry Read & write
Newall, Mary, wife F W 42 M 30 KY US US  Read & write
Newall, Thomas Son M W 20 KY KY KY Driver Ice Wagon
Childers Mamie daughter F W 19 Married 1 1 child 1 living KY KY KY Read & write
Newall Loretta daughter F W 15
Newall, Julie daughter F W 12
Newall, William son M W 10
Childers, Nat Son-in-law M W 21 M 1 KY KY KY Coremaker Foundry Read & write
Childers, Brent grandson M W  (less than a yr.--can't make out months)

1920-- Albemarle Pct, Jefferson KY 6 January Family # 107
Childers, Nathaniel Head M W 32 KY KY KY Coremaker Iron Foundry
Childers, Mamie Wife F W 29 KY
Childers, Brent Son M W 10 KY
Childers, Helen M Daughter F W 9 KY
Childers, Evelyn Daughter F W 6 KY

Family # 181
Childers, Nancy L Head M W 32 Married KY KY KY Laborer  Refinery
Childers Lena M Wife F W 28 M KY
Childers, Mary L Daughter 7 KY

1930--Dist. 4 Jefferson, KY April 15 Family # 154
Childers N L Head M W 41 M. KY Ohio KY  Laborer Oil Co.
Childers , Lena M Wife F W KY
Childers Mary L. Daughter 17 F W KY

District 6 Family # 285
Chelders, Mamie Head F W 39 Div. KY Laundress Private Family
Chelders, Brent Son M W 20 KY Stock Boy Print Shop.

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ID: I35232
Name: Thomas Franklin CHILDERS
Surname: Childers
Given Name: Thomas Franklin
Sex: M
Birth: Sep 1855 in Ohio, USA
_UID: 72DB98307256474293724408F144E4B18156
Event: Father's Birthplace Ohio, USA
Event: Mother's Birthplace Virginia, USA
Event: 1900 Census Age 0041
Event: 1910 Census Age 0054
Occupation: Laborer, Sector or Section 1900 Turners Station, Henry, Kentucky, USA ED 34 Sheet 13A Family 276
Occupation: Presser, Shirt Factory 1910 Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, USA ED 215 Sheet 13A Family 268
Change Date: 6 Oct 2008 at 08:54:54

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He was believed to have been born in Marietta, Ohio..Parents died and him and his sister were raised by an uncle. It was also believed his sister burned herself badly in a fireplace and later died. Thomas was born about 1853. It is believed he travelled with uncle setting up barrel making equipment and he later settled and married in Campbellsburg, Ky in Henry County. Later he moved on to Louisville, Ky.

http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?Franklin,County::oh::20629.html
1855 - 1920 America Margaret Staten 64 64 1881 Goldie Childers 1885 - 1975 William Brent Childers 89 89 1881 Nancy Lee Childers 1891 Mamie Newall 1910 Brent Childers 1911 Helen M Childers 1914 Evelyn Childers 1892 Lena 1913 Mary L Childers 1886 Pearl Dunaway 1914 JoDonna Childers 1912 - 1997 William Paul Childers 84 84 1910 Charles Childers 1923 Martha Dee Childers 1914 Owen Jefferson Vale Dorothy 1920 Molloy George Veal 1817 William Staten 1819 Matilda Brent 1839 - 1916 Alfred Staten 76 76 1843 Malvina McAlister 1841 Martha Staten 1843 Nancy Staten 1844 Elizabeth Staten 1845 Mary Staten 1849 William J. Staten 1850 Malissa Staten 1854 Alice Staten 1857 Cassandra Staten 1875 Margaret Staten 1876 Edward B. Staten 1877 Daley Staten 1880 Eddie Staten 1883 Dora Staten 1884 Maud Statem 1888 Shelly Staten 1777 - 1851 William Brent 74 74 1774 Elizabeth Simmons 1809 - 1889 John Newton Brent 80 80 1742 - 1801 William Brent 59 59 1744 - 1831 Hannah Neale 87 87 The White House is situated on her father's estate. In early childhood she was bereft of her parents and was reare in the home of guardian, Judge Richard Henderson, of Prince William Co, VA "Colonial Families of the Southern States of America." Christopher Neale Brent George Brent Thomas Brent Alexander Brent 1773 Ann Brent 1785 Mary Waddy Brent 1791 Elizabeth Marye Brent 1789 Eppa Hunton 1695 - 1757 Charles Brent 62 62 1695 - 1762 Hannah Innes 67 67 Also Known As:<_AKA> Hannah /Innes/
The Innes family of Virginia are descended from Sir Robert Innes, of "Innes" and his wife, Grizel Stewrt, the dau of James Stewart, the 2nd Earl of Moray and his wife Countess Elizabeth Stewrt, and thus trace back to Scottish Kings
"Colonial Families of the Southern States of America."

DEATH: Will: 13 Apr 1762
1729 Catherine Brent 1732 Mary Brent 1737 Ann Brent 1739 Hugh Brent 1744 George Brent 1660 - 1716 Hugh Brent 56 56 1660 - 1716 Katherine Planter 56 56 1680 Hugh Brent 1687 William Brent 1690 George Brent Mary Brent 1620 - 1671 Hugh Brent 51 51 [Melissa Thompson Alexander.ged]

According to "The Register of Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co., Virginia 1723-1758 & Sundry Historical & Genealogical Notes" compiled & published by George Harrison Sanford King, Fredricksburg, VA 1961, p 11, "There were two Brent families in Stafford County which have been the subject of genealogies by Mr. Chester Horton Brent: The Descendants of Col. Giles Brent, Capt. George Brent and Robert Brent, Gent. [1946], and The Descendants of Hugh Brent [1936]. The former is supplemented by Dr. George Mason Graham Stafford in his work, General George Mason Graham [1947]." Mr. King goes on to note "It is and error in The Descendants of Hugh Brent, page 59, where it is stated that Anne Brent (1737-1802) married Hugh Atwell. She married on November 14, 1762 Thomas Atwell, Gentleman, (1737-17880 of Prince William Co., Virginia and both of their last wills and Testaments remain of record in Prince William County. Their children were: (1) Mary, born August 31, 1763; (2) Charles Brent, born September 5, 1765 [Revolutionary pensioner #S.10064]; (3) Ann (November 2, 1766-Oct 10, 1831) marri Col Johnston Smith and David Gibson; (4) Margaret, born April 16, 1768; (5) William born January 16, 1770, d.s.p., 1797; (6) Thomas born 19 November 1771; and (7) Hugh Atwell born June 2, 1774."

I disagree with the research who though this line was not related to the other Brent line. I believe they are back in England. This line of Hugh Brent may not be a direct line from the Stoke line of Giles, George and Robert Brent, but the naming patterns of the children are such, and their were many Hugh's and Hugo's in the early English Brent's that I believe their is a common ancestor among these Brent's.
Melissa Thompson Alexander

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"Brent, Hugh, 1642, by Francis England, Isle of Wight Co." (Early Virginia Immigrants, p 43, On-Line Genealogy Library database)

"Francis England, 746 acs. Isle of Wight Co., June 20, 1642, page 857. Adj. Capt. Pierce. Trans. of 15 pers; . . .Jon. Lippett. . .Hugh Brent. . ." (Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book I, part II, p 140, On-Line Genealogy Library database)

"Hugh Brent the first who came from England in 1644, settled in Lancaster County. In the Virginia Land Office at Richmond there is on record in Book 19, page 628, the following: 'May 6, 1664, 200 acres lying upon Haddamons Creek and Cantoman Creek in Fleets Bay to Hugh Brent.' Page 633 of same book records: 'Hugh Brent, May 18, 1664, 200 acres on Fleets Bay butting south on Haddamons Creek.' There is also mention of a grant of land given Hugh Brent for bringing four persons into the Colony. There is on record in Lancaster the will of the said Hugh Brent probated March 13, 1671, in which he names daughters Jean, Elizabeth, Martha and son Hough. 'In the name of God Amen this eighth day of Jany. 1671: I Hugh Brent of ye Parish of Christ Church in ye County of Lancaster. . .my eldest daughter Jean. . .daughter Elizabeth. . .daughter Martha. . .sonn Hough." (Genealogies of Virginia Families, Vol I, p 418, On-Line Genealogy Library database)

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Arrived in Virginia, Isle of Wight Co., 20 june 1642. ONe of the headrights of Francis England, settled on land adjoining Capt. William Peirce.
Most of the information on this family is from the book "The Decendants of Hugh Brent" by Horton Brent, 1936. (Copied from notes of James B. Brent)

BIOGRAPHY: This line lived in Kent and Somerset Co., England from 1215 - 1620.

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Hugh Brent seems to have come from Kent, England and may be related to Roger Brent, Mayor of Canterbury. The name Hugh was seen almost exclusively in the Canterbury/Kent branch of the family. It is not found at all in the Brents of Cossington or Lawk Stoke. See the book by David M. French, "The Brent Family,' and Chester Horton Brent, "Descendants of Hugh Brent," for more information on the family in England. Hugh is thought to have been protestant (Episcopal) and so his leaving England was not to escape the taking of the family lands that brought the Maryland Brents and Giles Bent to Virginia.

"Hugh Brent the first came from Kent, England in 1644, settled in Lancaster County "In the VA Land Office at Richmond, there is on record in Book 19, page 628 the following: "May 6, 1664, 200 acres lying upon Haddamon's Creek and Cantoman Creek in Fleets Bay to Hugh Brent.

Page 633 of the same book records:
"Hugh Brent, May 18, 1664 200 acres on Fleets Bay butting south on Haddamons Creek." There is also mention of a grant of land given Hugh Brent for bringing four persons into the Colony.

Hugh Brent was first seen in the new world on June 20, 1642 on the Isle of Wright County and soon after in Lancaster CO Virginia. He was one of the head rights of Francis, England. On one occasion he was given a tract of land for bringing five immigrants to Virginia one of whom was thought to be his wife to-be Mary Acherson. He settled on land adjoining Captain William Pierce. Captain Pierce had been head of the Governor Wyatts guard in 1623. Hugh was next seen in Chickacoon Country in 1649. In the 1650's he was known to have a home in the Haddowais Creeke( Now called Antipoison Creek). and tithes several times and purchases several tracts of land.. In 1665 he is appointed Constable of Lancaster CO, VA. He is also listed as attorney of record for several individuals. He accumulated 650 acres of land in 200 tract lots.

In the Virgina Land Office At Richmond, there is on record in Book 19. page 628. the following:
"May 6. 1664. 200 acres lying upon Haddamons Creek and Cantoman Creek in Fleets Bay to Hugh Brent," Page 633 of same book records:
"Hugh Brent. May 18. 166+ 200 acres on Fleets Bay butting south on Haddamons Creek." There is also mention of a grant of land given Hugh Brent for bringing four persons into the Colony.

Hugh inherits property of a friend Walter Flemminge:
Lancaster County, VA, Deeds & Wills and etc., Book 2, 1654-1702, pages 40 and 41 - Will of Walter Flemminge, dated 24 November 1656. Reference one cow with calf left at Mr. Rowland's pin, which he agreed to give to Mr. Robert Burrell and all that I have else to my loving friend Hugh Brent (viz.) 4000 lbs. tobacco and cash due from a bill from Will Wilkinson at Coretoman, 1600 and cash from Mr. Rowland Lawson, 400 of tobacco from John Brathall, 180 from Mr. George Marshe and breeding sow from Mr. Thomas Modstone, two yearling, the one a cow, the other a steer, one chest with all therein contained at Mr. Lawson's at his pen the chest in his house and my clothes I give to Mr. Burrell his son for diverse favors which he hath done for me. Further bequest my loving friend, Hugh Brent satisfy unto Mr. Rowland Lawson 200 lbs. of tobacco for one suit of cloths, 4 lbs of sugar and for 5 poultry. Signed Walter (X) Flemminge. Witnesses: Isaac (X) Walker and Elleanor (X) Walker. Recorded 23 September 1656. Deposition of Elleanor Walker, aged 34 or thereabouts, of Northumberland County, regarding Walter Fleming desiring to give 4 barrels Corn to Mr. Rowland Lawson after he had signed his will. Witnesses Nicholas Morris and James Hawley. Exhibit 6 February 1655/56. Recorded 23 September 1656.

There is on record in Lancaster the will of said Hugh Brent probated March 13, 1671, in which he names daughters, Jean, Elizabeth, Martha and son Hough.


Children of Mary Acherson , . and Hugh Brent (Immigrant) , . are:
i. Joane Brent was born ABT. 1657 in Lancaster County, Virginia., and died AFT. 1700. She married John Reddock 13 NOV 1672. He was born BEF. 1652 in Lancaster, Virginia., and died BEF. 1688. She married William Edmonds AFT. 1688. He was born ABT. 1653 in Lancaster County, Virginia..

ii. Elizabeth Brent was born ABT. 1658 in Lancaster County, Virginia, and died 1684. She married Thomas Bonnison 11 FEB 1672/73 in Lancaster County, Virginia. He was born ABT. 1654 in Lancaster County, Virginia, and died AFT. 1697.

iii. Martha Brent was born ABT. 1659 in Lancaster County, Virginia, and died BEF. 10 MAY 1710. She married Tobias Horton , Jr. 10 SEP 1673 in Lancaster County, Virginia, son of Tobias Horton and Elizabeth Taylor. He was born ABT. 1659 in Lancaster County, Virginia, and died BEF. 1710.

iv. Hugh Brent , . was born ABT. 1660 in Lancaster County, Virginia, and died BEF. 14 JUN 1716 in Lancaster County, Virginia. He married Katherine Planter , . 1678 in Lancaster County, Virginia. She was born ABT. 1660 in Lancaster County, Virginia, and died BEF. 1716 in Lancaster County, Virginia.

Children
Jean BRENT b: ABT 1657 in Lancaster Co., VA
Elizabeth BRENT b: ABT 1658 in Lancaster Co., VA
Martha BRENT b: ABT 1659 in Lancaster Co., VA
Hugh BRENT b: 1660 in Lancaster Co., VA

Hugh Brent was born circa 1620 in either Kent or Somerset Counties, England, and died in Lancaster County, Va., between 8 Jan. and 13 March 1671. His port of departure in England was in all probability Bristol (see Joseph Hunt above). The name of his wife does not appear in the records searched, but it is possible that he married Mary Ochersone (Acherson?) whom he imported into the Colony in 1654 (she is not styled "servant"). He certainly was not married long before this date as his children were minors at his death; his eldest daughter married 13 Nov. 1672.


20 Jun 1642: Hough Brent Immigrated to Isle of Wight Co., VA by Francis England (Source: (1) Greer, Early Virginia Immigrants, p. 43., (2) Chester Horton Brent, Descendents of Hugh Brent, p.20.)

6 Feb 1654: Certificates granted him for 250 acres of land in Lancaster county for importation of himself and four other persons into the colony together with Eppy Benson. On 6 Feb...1654/5, Hugh Brent is granted a certificate of land for five persons transported into the Colony: his own transportation (sic) and that of John Noble, Robt. Warner, John Girton and Mary Ochersone (Acherson?), (L. 0. B., 1652-1657, p. 171).


6 Feb. 1655, he is granted administration papers on the estate of Walter fleming, deceased (L 0. B., 1652-57, p. 252).

In 1656, he is on Capt. Henry Fleete's list of tithables; in 1657-58, he pays two tithes; in 1659, one; 1661-62, two, and in 1664,six tithes (L. 0. B., 1655-66, p. Jar, 131, 162, 199 and 302).

In 1665, Hugh Brent is appointed constable in Lancaster County 1655-66,p. 340). He is witness to deed, Griffin to Johnson, 7 Nov. 1660 (Rappahannock County).

24 Nov 1657: Hugh Brent patented 400 acres of Fleets Bay in Lancaster Co. VA.

18 March 1662, he patented 200 Acs. in Lancaster County:- butting So. into Haddawais Creeke, E. upon the Bay, N. into the Woods, W. upon a branch of Haddawais Creeke, including three Indian Cabbins formerly granted to Capt. Henry Fleete 1652, and by him assigned to John Sharpe, and by Sd. Sharpe sold to Hugh Brent (Va.
Land Book 4, p, 633).

10 Jul 1663: 100 acres on the north side of Rappahannock River, in Fleets Bay upon the branch of a creek called Hardawaies Creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 4, 1655-1664, p. 627 (Reel 4). Library of Virginia.

6 May 1664: Brent, Hugh. 200 acres lying upon Hardwaies Creek and Corotoman Creek in Fleets Bay. Source: Land Office Patents No. 4, 1655-1664, p. 628 (Reel 4). Library of Virginia.
1665: Constable of Lancaster Co., VA and attorney.

"Mark Watkins, runaway servant of Hugh Brent" (L. O. B., 1666-80, p. 49). Hugh Brent, administrator of the estate of Lan­celot Sockwell, "being his largest creditor" (Ibid., p. 75). Hugh Brent, attorney for Tobias Horton, 15 Feb. 1668; petitions for the estate of Tobias Horton, 6 Jan. 1669    p. 98 and 134).

Eppy Bonnison appoints Hugh Brent his attorney, 25 Jan. 1658 . . . to sell or assign land called Muscatoe Point; again in 1662 and 1665.

George Thompson and Cleare, his wife, appoint Hugh Brent their attorney, 26 July 1659 (L. 0. B., 1654-1702, p. 197).

Joseph Hunt, of the Citty of Bristol (Eng.), mercht . . . appoint my trusty and well beloved friend
Hugh Brent of Fleetes Bay, in County of Lancaster, Planter, to be my lawful Atty    . . '28 August 1663 (Ibid., p. 282).


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LDS RECORDS:
Genealogical Index v4.01 North America IGI Record HUGH BRENT Sex: M Marriage(s): Spouse: MARY OCHERSONE (sp?) Marriage: Abt. 1656 Lanctr Co, Virginia Source Information: Film Number: 459196 Page Number: Reference Number: Gender: M Marriage: Abt. 1656 Lanctr Co, Virginia
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Land:
Publication 18 March 1662. Virginia State Land Office. Location: Lancaster County. Description: 200 acres in Fleets Bay, butting south on Haddawaies creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 4, 1655-1664, p. 633 (Reel 4). This was part of the land grants from Lord Thomas Fairfax.

Publication 10 July 1663. Virginia State Land Office. Location: County location not given. Description: 100 acres on the north side of Rappahannock River, in Fleets Bay upon the branch of a creek called Hardawaies Creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 4, 1655-1664, p. 627 (Reel 4).

Publication 6 May 1664. Virginia State Land Office. Location: Lancaster County. Grantee(s): Brent, Hugh and Horton, Toby. Description: 200 acres lying upon Hardwares Creek and Corotoman Creek in Fleets Bay. Source: Land Office Patents No. 4, 1655-1664, p. 628 (Reel 4).

WILL:
Dated 08-Jan-1670/71, Lancaster County, Virginia (Source: Ida J. Lee, Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia - Wills 1653-1800, (1959), Eldest daughter Joane, land that was cleared by Mr. Wade. Daughters, Elizabeth, Martha (Neck of land called by name of Thatchers Neck) and after her death and death of other daughter to go to son Hugh. John Coan; Mr. Thomas Haines; Fortunatus Sydnor. "To my man" Howell a calf. Issue of John Hankins living in green land. Overseer: Friend Mr. Thomas Haines and Fortunatus Sydnor. Wits. John Andros, John Tomas. (In loose papers marked 1653-79).)
Will Recorded: 13-Mar-1670/71, Lancaster County, Virginia (Source: Ida J. Lee, Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia - Wills 1653-1800, (1959).)
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Will of Hugh Brent of Lancaster, Virginia, 1671.
In the name of God Amen this eighth day of Jany. 1671: I Hugh Brent of ye Parish of Christ Church in ye County of Lancaster, being sick of body but in sound and perfect memory God be praised therefor, do make constitute and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following viz: imprimis : I bequeath my soul into ye hands of Almighty God my maker hoping to be saved by ye meritorious death and passion of my only Saviour and Redeemer and my body to be buried in Christian burial.
It. I give to my eldest daughter Jean ye neck of land which was cleared by Mr. Wate & so as far as my bounds goeth down to ye po. coason by patons ye Indian hollowing point for her life time and no longer.
It. I give to my daughter Elizabeth ye neck of land next adjoining to ye aforesaid as farr as Thatchers neck & so as far as ye middle of ye main road for her life time and no longer.
It. I give to my daughter Martha ye neck of land which is called Thatchers for her life time and no longer & after the decease of or all of my daughters ye land to return to my sonn Hough.
It. I - give to my sonn Hough and unto his maile children lawfully begotten my whole division of land as far as exprest by paton & so successifely from heir to heir.
It. I give to John Coax', one pair of russett French foil shoes & one pair of gloves.
It. I give to Mr. Thomas Haines my cast'r hatt & one pr. of gloves.
It. I give to Fortunatus Sydnor one pr. of french foil shoes one pr. of wosted stockings & one pr. of gloves.
It. I give to my man Howell the first cow calfe that shall fall after he is free.
All my worldly goods I give to my children to be equally divided between them my debts being pd. making them my sole executors of this my last will and testament.
It is my desire yt there shall be shypt on board Capt. Plunderers ship three hogsheads of tobb. for ye support of John Hawkins living in Greenhine. I do appoint my loving friends Mr. Thomas Haines & Fortunatus Sydnor to be ye overseers of this my last will & testament as also suddenly after my decease that they the sd. Thomas Haines & Fortunatus Syclnor to take an inventory of all my goods.
In witness this my last will and testament I set my hand & seal revoking all other wills & testaments whatsoever ye day & year first above written.
Hugh Brent H B
Tests
John x Andros
John x Thomas
Probated March 13, 1671

WILL:
Dated 08-Jan-1670/71, Lancaster Co., VA (Source: Ida J. Lee, Abstracts Lancaster Co., VA - Wills 1653-1800, (1959), Eldest daughter Joane, land that was cleared by Mr. Wade. Daughters, Elizabeth, Martha (Neck of land called by name of Thatchers Neck) and after her death and death of other daughter to go to son Hough. John Coan; Mr. Thomas Haines; Fortunatus Sydnor. "To my man" Howell a calf. Issue of John Hankins living in green land. Overseer: Friend Mr. Thomas Haines and Fortunatus Sydnor. Wits. John Andros, John Tomas. (In loose papers marked 1653-79).)
Will Recorded: 13-Mar-1670/71, Lancaster Co., VA (Source: Ida J. Lee, Abstracts Lancaster Co., VA - Wills 1653-1800, (1959).)

IMMIGRATION:
1642, To Isle of Wight Co., VA by Francis England (Source: (1) Greer, Early Virginia Immigrants, p. 43., (2) Chester Horton Brent, Descendents of Hugh Brent, p.20.) Occupation 1: 1665, Constable of Lancaster Co., VA Occupation 2: Attorney
Database: Passenger and Immigration Lists Index (PILI)
Immigrant: Brent, Hugh
Location: Virginia
Year: 1642
Page Number: 197
Document Type: Immigrant Record
Source: Passenger and Immigration Lists Index
Publication:
NUGENT, NELL M. Cavaliers and Pioneers: A Calendar of Virginia Land Grants, 1623-1800. Vol. 1:1-6. Richmond, VA: Dietz Printing Co., 1929-1931. Although vol. 6 ends with the year 1695, no other volumes were published.
Date and place where land was patented and record was created listing those transported/imported. Only the names of those to be transported were indexed. Abstracted from Land Office records located at the Virginia State Library. See also source numbers 6220, 6223 (indexed in PILI 1984); and 6221 (PILI 1995).
Source Information:
Gale Group. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index (PILI). [database on-line] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001. Original data: Passenger and Immigration Lists IndexEdited by P. William Filby, with Mary K. Meyer. Detroit, MI: Gale Research Company, 1981.

DEED:
11 October 1654 Hugh Brent purchased land from John and Eleanor (Swann) Sharpe (she later married Richard Price and died 1702.)
Source: "Descendants of Hugh Brent"

DEED:
Brent, Hugh.
Publication 18 March 1662. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41. Note Location: Lancaster County. Description: 200 acres in Fleets Bay, butting south on Haddawaies creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 4, 1655-1664, p. 633 (Reel 4). Part of the index to the recorded copies of patents for land issued by the Secretary of the Colony serving as the colonial Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia. This was part of the land grants from Lord Thomas Fairfax.
Copy held by James Scott.

DEED:
Brent, Hugh.
Publication 10 July 1663. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41. Note Location: County location not given. Description: 100 acres on the north side of Rappahannock River, in Fleets Bay upon the branch of a creek called Hardawaies Creek. Source: Land Office Patents No. 4, 1655-1664, p. 627 (Reel 4).

DEED:
Brent, Hugh.
Publication 6 May 1664. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41. Note Location: Lancaster County.
Grantee(s): Brent, Hugh and Horton, Toby. Description: 200 acres lying upon Hardwaies Creek and Corotoman Creek in Fleets Bay. Source: Land Office Patents No. 4, 1655-1664, p. 628 (Reel 4).

HISTORY: The first land grant of record in the Northern Neck was made to John Carter, who took up 1300 acres defined, today, as Carter Creek. Circumstantial evidence shows that some individuals purchased land in the region directly from Native American Indians. Northumberland County was officially established in 1648. In 1652, Lancaster County was formed out of the southern part of Northumberland County.

GEOGRAPHY: The lower Northern Neck covers 325 square miles, and it lies between the Middle Peninsula and Maryland?s western shore. Elevations in the region range from sea level at the shoreline to 200 feet above sea level at the upper reach of the lower Northern Neck. The region is defined by water, most notably, the Rappahannock River, the Chesapeake Bay and the Potomac River. Smith Point, near Reedville, is where the Potomac and the Little Wicomico Rivers meet, and it is halfway between Annapolis and Norfolk. Reedville, a Victorian village founded by Elijah Reed, a New England sea captain, in 1867, is on Cockrell Creek. This part of the lower Northern Neck includes the Wicomico area, Dividing Creek, and the Fleets Bay Tributaries.

AGRICULTURE: Out of a total 208,295 acres, 55,350 acres are in farms with an average of 280 acres. Over 120,387 acres are forestland. Grains, poultry, dairy products, meat animals, and timber are the primary commodities.

INDUSTRY: Farming and fishing, which include shell fishing, have been the industrial base of the region. The seafood industry also includes aquaculture. Recreation on the region?s rivers, creeks and Chesapeake Bay continues to stimulate growth in the marina industry. The region?s unparalleled boating and sailing opportunities support marinas, boatels, boat yards, hotels, bed and breakfasts, restaurants, golf courses and local shops. Kilmarnock, White Stone, and Irvington, all located in Lancaster County, are well known as retirement communities. Kilmarnock is the retail and commercial center of the lower Northern Neck.

CLIMATE: The lower Northern Neck has a modified continental climate with mild winters and humid summers. The average temperature from June to August is 77 degrees and the average temperature for December through February is 44 degrees. The average rainfall is 46 inches.

SOURCE: Ibid.
Hugh Brent, the first known as the Lancaster Brent of Lancaster County, Virginia. Certificates granted him February 6, 1654 for 250 acres of land in said county for importation of himself and four other persons into the colony together with Eppy Benson.

He patented 400 acres of Fleets Bay in that county on November 24, 1657. The following patents are also on record to the first Hugh Brent, 250 acres in the said county on Fleets Bay, also 100 acres July 19, 1663, at the mouth of Rappahannock River on Fleets Bay. The records show several other real estate transactions of him and other parties. In his will, he and Catherine, his wife, (will dated January 18, 1671) probated to his son, Hugh Brent, and daughters, Joanna, Elizabeth and Martha Brent, and to Thomas Haynes and Fortunate Snyder power to manage said estate for children. The maiden name of Catherine Brent is not given. Page xii

Hugh Brent, the second, of Lancaster county, Virginia, executed a deed of his estate to his daughter, Mary Brent, September 10, 1710, he evidently having died intestate. After his death his son, Hugh Brent, who is described as the son and heir of Hugh Brent, deed, executed a deed to William Brent, second son of Hugh Brent, deed. This was June 9, 1719. The name of his wife does not appear. He was justice of the peace in 1706.

Hugh Brent, the third, of Lancaster county, Virginia made a deed to his children, William, Hugh, Catherine and Elizabeth Brent, on September 3, 1726. Name of wife not known.

Hugh Brent, the fourth, of Lancaster county, Virginia, conveyed land to his son, James Brent and Catherine Brent, His wife, and children November 9, 1739. He made a will October 26, 1748, and probated in 1750, recorded in Lancaster county, Virginia. He willed his property to his sons, James and William and a grand daughter, Mary, the daughter of his dead son, William: Hugh, Nicholas, Maurise, Richard, George and Annie, wife and Elizabeth. There was a division of the estate among the widow and children in August, 1755. This Hugh was sheriff of Lancaster county in 1743. James Brent of Lancaster county, Virginia on the 26, day of July, 1727, married Catherine Newton; she died in 1760.

SOURCE: Ibid
Hugh Brent was from the county of Kent, England, where part of the family was long settled as far back as the reign of King Edward IV. There was a Hugh Brent there who founded a belfry in the church at Charing and whose arms were engraved in stone on the outside of the belfry with the badge of Edward. From the time of Henry IV the Brent family branched out from the ancient stock of the Brent Family of Somerset Shire. Sir Robert DeBrent baron of Parliament in the reign of Edward I. The coat of arms to which we are entitled and which was used by the Brents of the County of Kent is the same as the one carved in the stone belfry in the reign of Edward IV and was also used by the older branch at Somerset.

Lancaster Co., VA created 1651 from Northumberland, York Counties.
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WILL OF HUGH BRENT', 1671.
In the name of God Amen this eighth day of jany, 1671: I Hugh Brent of ye P'ish of Christ Church in ye County of Lancaster, being sick of body but in sound and p'fect memory God be praised therefor, do make con­stitute and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following Viz:

Imp. I bequeath my soul into ye hands of Almighty God my maker hoping to be saved by ye meritorious death and passion of my only Saviour and Redeemer and my body to be buried in Christian burial!.

It: I give to my eldest daughter Jean ye neck of land which was cleared by Mr. Wale and so as far as my bounds goeth down to ye Pocoason by patons ye Indian hollowing point for her life time and no longer.

It: I give to my daughter Elizabeth ye neck of land next adjoining to ye aforesaid as farr as Thatchers neck and so as far as ye middle of ye main neck for her life time and no longer.

It: I give to my daughter Martha ye neck of land which is called Thatchers neck for her life time and no longer and after the decease of either or all of my daughters ye land to return to my sonn Hough.

It: I give to my sonn Hough and unto his maile chil­dren lawfully begotten my whole dividen of land as far as exprest by paton and so successifely from heir to heir.

I t: I give to John Coan, one pair of russett French foil shoes and one pair of gloves.

It: I give to Mr. Thomas Haines my cast'r hatt and one pr. of gloves.

It: I give to ffortunatus Sydnor one pr of French foil and one pr of wosted stokins and one pr of gloves.

It: I give to my man Howell the first cow calfe that shall fall after he is free.

All my worldly goods I give to my children to be equally divided between them, my debts being pd., mak­ing them my sole executors of this my last Will and Testament.

It is my desire yt there shall be shipt on board Capt. Plonders ship three hogsheads of tobb. for ye use of John Haukins living in Greenhine. I do alsoe appoint my loving friends Mr. Thomas Haines and ffortunatus Sydnor to be ye overseers of this my last will and testament as also suddenly after my decease that they the sd Thomas Haines and ffortunatus Sydnor to take an inventory of all my goods.

In witness of this my last will and testament I set my hand and seal revoking all other wills and testaments whatsoever ye day and year first above written.
Teste:
his
John ± Andros
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his Hugh Brent (Wax wafer :-H. B.)
John + Thomas
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Probated, March 13, 1671.
Test: Edw. Dale, CI Cur.
Probate of ye last will and testament of Hugh Brent, Gent., dec'd is according to ye tenor of ye Sd. will graunted Hugh Brent, his sonne, Joane, Elizabeth and Martha Brent, his daughters . . . Mr. Thomas Haynes and Fortunatus Sydnor being in respect of ye Sd age of ye Sd children, overseers of ye Sd will . . . 13 March 1671 (L. 0. B., 1666-1680, p. 220).


13 Mar 1671: Hough Brent's will proven. Written 8 Jan 1670/71. Eldest daughter Joane, land that was cleared by Mr. Wade. Daughters, Elizabeth, Martha (Neck of land called lby name of Thatchers Neck) and after her death and death of other daughter to go to son Hough. Joan Coan; Mr. Thomas Haines; Fortunatus Sydnor. "To my man" Howell a calf. Issue of John Hankins living in green land. Overseer: Friend Mr. Thomas Hianes and Fortunatus Sydnor. Wits. John Andros, John Thomas. Loose Papers marked 1653-1679, Lancaster Co. VA. Ida J. Lee, Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia - Wills 1653-1800, (1959).


1677. Gen. note Part of index to Lancaster County Wills and Administrations (1652-1800) p. 111-112. Will pro. 13 Mar. 1677.
Note Deeds, 1699-1800; Wills, 1661-1787

BIRTH: Also shown as Born , Kent, England.

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1635 Mary Acherson Last name may be Ocherson

Immigrated 1654 Brought over by Hugh Brent.
1657 Joane Brent 1658 Elizabeth Brent 1659 - <1710 Martha Eleanore Brent 51 51 1599 Hugh Brent 1647 - 1710 James Innes 63 63 BIOGRAPHY: Came to Bedford County, Va., together with his two brothers - Hugh and Robert. The ship in which they sailed from Scotland to this country was wrecked, and the Innes brothers - James, Hugh, and Robert were all the crew that were saved. For many years the  descendants of these three Innes brothers vainly tried to obtain the fortune left by Miss Jane Innes.
Sarah Innis Elizabeth Innes Enoch Innes James Innes D. 1709 1625 James Innes 1625 - 1681 Margaret Kerr 56 56 Robert Innes 1804 Eliza Brent 1807 Nancy Brent 1808 Adeline Brent 1810 Sarah Brent 1812 Martha Brent 1800 Sanford Brent 1760 William Simmons Samuel Simmons Sally Simmons Hugh Innes 1590 James Innes 1625 Agnes Innes 1610 Margaret Innes 1618 John Innes 1599 - 1642 Henry Kerr 43 43 1601 - 1695 Margaret Haya 94 94 1573 - 1650 Robert Ker 77 77 1575 Mary Maitland 1544 - 1600 William Ker 56 56 William Ker of Cessford [only surviving of 3 sons]; Warden of Middle March; had charters of Ormistoun and Maxtoun 24 Jan 1592 and of the (territorial) Barony of Ernebeuch 20 July 1595; married (contract 3 March 1563/4) Janet, daughter of Sir James Douglas of Drumlanrig and widow of James Tweedied of Drumelzier, and died Feb 1600. 1544 Janet Douglas 1507 - 1578 James Douglas 71 71 Sir James Douglas, 7th of Drumlanrig; joined his cousin Sir Walter Scott, of Buccleuch June 1526 in trying to rescue James V from the Earl of Angus; knighted 1553, Warden West March 1553-4; married 1st 1513 (divorce) Margaret Douglas, sister of 6th Earl of Angus; married 2nd Christian, sister of 2nd Earl of Eglinto(u)n, and died 1578. [Burke's Peerage]

James's first wife (with whom he had 3 daughters) was Margaret Douglas, sister of the 6th Earl of Angus, which marriage ended in divorce.Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999 Page: 2325 Text: 1578
1520 - 1575 Christian Montgomerie 55 55 1474 - 1513 William Douglas 39 39 1485 Elizabeth Gordon 1454 - 1498 James Douglas 44 44 1454 Janet Scott 1436 - 1484 William Douglas 48 48 William (Sir), 4th of Drumlanrig; killed at Battle of Kirtle, fighting for the Crown against his cousin the 9th Earl of Douglas, who had invaded from England.
1440 - 1539 Elizabeth Crichton 99 99 1415 - 1464 William Douglas 49 49 1418 Margaret Carlyle 1395 Jean Maxwell 1395 - 1458 William Douglas 63 63 1375 - 1427 William Douglas 52 52 1378 Elizabeth Stewart 1400 - 1463 William Carlyle 63 63 one of the Scots who escorted the 11 year old Margaret daughter of James I of Scotland to her marriage to the 13 year old Louis the Dauphin of France (who became Louis XI much later, long after she had died neglected & childless)

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1400 Elizabeth Kirkpatrick 1451 - 1517 John Gordon 66 66 1463 Elizabeth Lindsay 1525 - 1573 William Maitland 48 48 1552 Mary Fleming 1494 - 1547 Malcolm Fleming 53 53 1511 - 1563 Janet Stewart 52 52 1472 - 1524 John Fleming 52 52 1478 - 1501 Eupheme Drummond 23 23 1440 - 1472 Malcolm Fleming 32 32 1416 - 1491 Robert Fleming 75 75 1383 - 1440 Malcolm Fleming 57 57 1343 David Fleming 1330 Jean Barclay 1298 David de Barclay 1303 Margaret Brechin 1249 - 1304 Margaret de Bonkyl 55 55 1268 - 1320 David de Brechin 52 52 1254 - 1320 Elena Comyn 66 66 1217 - 1292 William de Brechin 75 75 1175 Henry de Brechin 1473 - 1513 James Stewart 40 40 1475 - 1557 Agnes Stewart 82 82 1451 - 1488 James of Scotland 36 36 James III (1451-1488), king of Scotland (1460-1488), son of King James II, born in Stirling. He was crowned king in 1460 after the death of his father. A regency ruled until 1469, when he began his personal rule. Through his marria ge to Margaret of Denmark in the same year, James gained control of the Orkney and Shetland islands. James was unpopular with the Scottish nobles, who were led by his brother Alexander Stewart, duke of Albany. The nobles seized the king and kept him prisoner in the castle at Edinburgh. Under the duke of Albany, English forces took Berwick and advanced to Edinburgh. In 1487, James made peace with the English, thereby further alienating his turbulent nobles, who rose in rebellion and induced James's son, later James IV, to become their nominal head. In the ensuing battle at Sauchieburn between the nobles and the Royalists, James was defeated, and he was murdered after the battle by on e of the rebels. He was succeeded by James IV.
1455 Margaret Oldenburg 1440 - 1512 John Hearty Stewart 72 72 1457 - 1518 Eleanor Sinclair 61 61 1433 William Sinclair 1436 - 1480 Marjory Sutherland 44 44 1394 - 1482 William Sinclair 88 88 1394 - 1451 Elizabeth Douglas 57 57 1370 - 1456 Margaret of Scotland 86 86 1368 - 1424 Archibald de Douglas 56 56 1390 Archibald de Douglas 1392 James Douglas 1394 Margaret Douglas 1396 Helen Douglas 1398 Mary Douglas 1346 - 1409 Archibald de Douglas 63 63 1350 - 1409 Johana Moray 59 59 1377 Mary Douglas 1395 - 1455 Alexander Sutherland 60 60 1410 Marione Ileene 1348 Robert Sutherland 1373 - 1439 Margaret Stewart 66 66 1311 William Sutherland William Sutherland, 5th Earl of Sutherland; fought at Scottish defeat by English of Neville's Cross 17 Oct 1346; married 1st between 3 Aug and 28 Sep 1345 Margaret (died c1346), sister of David II (who by chater 1345 raised the Earldom of Sutherland to a regality (jurisdiction with quasi-regal powers), though this lapsed on the 5th Earl's death). The 5th Earl married 2nd by 9 Nov 1347 Joanna, widow of (a) Malise, 7th Earl of Strathe(a)rn of the creation deemed to have been
effected by c1128, (b) John Campbell, 1st and last Earl of Atholl of the c1320 creation, and (c) Maurice Moray, 1st Earl of Strathearn of the Feb 1343/4 creation, and daughter of Sir John Menteith of Rusky. The 5th Earl died by 19 June 1371. [Burke's Peerage]

Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000

Page: I:310, XIV:46-7

Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999 Page: 2770Text: bet 3 Aug and 28 Sep 1345, no previous marriage for Margaret is mentioned.

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1310 - 1366 Joan Menteith 56 56 1289 - 1333 Kenneth Sutherland 44 44 Kenneth Sutherland [elder brother William was 3rd Earl supported Robert I The Bruce, died by Dec 1330], 4th Earl of Sutherland; allegedly married Marjoy/Mary, widow of John de Strathbogie, 9th Earl of Atholl of the creation deemed to have been effected by 1115, and daughter of 6th Earl of Mar, and was killed at the Scottish defeat by the English of Halidon Hill 19 July 1333.
1200 - 1248 William Sutherland 48 48 Sutherland comes from the Norse word "Sudrland" or southland meaning south of Orkney & Caithness, which is where the Norse that named it were located. Sutherland is one of the most northern parts of Scotland, only exceeded in its "northness" by Caithness on the main island of Britain.

Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999 Page: 2769
1270 - 1326 Marjory of Mar 56 56 1580 - 1636 William Haya 56 56 1580 - 1637 Annie Lyon 57 57 ~1570 - 1615 Patrick Lyon 45 45 Patrick followed James VI to London when he became King of England (as James I) following the death of Elizabeth I. The king made Patrick the first Earl of Kinghorne in 1606. It may well be that Patrick met William Shakespeare at the court of James I. If so, then he could be the one who gave the bard the idea of making Glamis Castle the setting for the murder of King Duncan in his play MACBETH.

MACBETH
was probably written and meant to be performed for King James I, Shakespeare?s patron. James was fascinated by the occult and believed himself to be a descendant of Banquo, Macbeth?s companion.
1580 - 1618 Annie Murray 38 38 1550 - 1613 John Murray 63 63 1555 Catherine Drummond 1516 - 1571 David de Drummond 55 55 1526 - 1579 Lilias Ruthven 53 53 1545 Jean Drummond 1550 Patrick de Drummond 1552 James Drummond 1553 Lilias Drummond 1554 Anne Drummond 1562 Mary Drummond 1492 - 1518 Walter de Drummond 26 26 1495 Elizabeth Graham 1465 William Drummond 1463 - 1513 William Graham 50 50 1465 Annabella Drummond 1440 - 1472 William Graham 32 32 1425 - 1486 Helen Douglas 61 61 1465 Isabella Drummond 1400 - 1466 Patrick Graham 66 66 1402 Christian Erskine 1418 Janet Graham 1380 - 1422 Alexander Graham 42 42 1380 Elizabeth 1356 William Graham 1362 - 1412 Mariot Oliphant 50 50 1344 - 1420 John Oliphant 76 76 1344 Filia Borthwick 1320 William Borthwick 1292 Thomas Borthwick 1316 Thomas Borthwick ~1379 - 1425 William Oliphant 46 46 1324 - 1378 Walter Oliphant 54 54 1328 Mary Erskine 1280 - 1326 Robert Walter Oliphant 46 46 1308 - 1370 Elizabeth Bruce 62 62 1399 - 1437 William Douglas 38 38 1404 - 1484 Margaret Haya 80 80 1380 - 1458 Mary Stewart 78 78 1376 - 1402 George Douglas 26 26 1394 James Douglas 1403 Mary Douglas 1355 - 1388 James Douglas 33 33 James Douglas, 2nd Earl of Douglas and by sources writing long after his death referred to from time to time as Earl of Mar in right of his mother; born c1358; knighted 1378; married c23 Sep 1371 Isabel, daughter of Robert II by his 2nd wife Eupheme, and dspsl, being killed at the Battle of Otterburn c19 Aug 1388, leaving illegitimate issue. [Burke's Peerage] 1348 - 1410 Isabella Eupheme Stewart 62 62 1375 - 1421 William Haya 46 46 1375 Alice de la Haye 1410 David Haya 1356 Johanna Gifford 1345 - 1399 Thomas de Haya 54 54 1372 Haya 1328 - 1392 William de Haya 64 64 1330 Douglas 1300 - 1335 Thomas Haya 35 35 1300 Lora de Cuningesburgh 1280 Gilbert de Haya 1280 Margaret Fraser 1263 - 1308 William de Haya 45 45 1235 John de Haya 1240 Margaret de Lyne 1192 William de Haya 1192 Eva 1165 Robert de la Haye 1170 Ethana 1130 - 1201 William de la Haye 71 71 1140 Eva de Pitmilly 1162 David de la Haye 1100 - 1170 William de la Haye 70 70 1100 Juliana de Soules 1080 - 1170 Ranulf de Soules 90 90 Ranulf de Soules, feudal Lord of Liddesdale and also Butler of Scotland, in whose family that post was hereditary till forfeited for their plotting to seize the throne during the early 14th century Wars of Independence.
1226 - 1291 Simon Fraser 65 65 1230 Mary D. 1306 Simon Fraser captured at Dunbar by Edward I on 27 Apr 1296 but released to fight for Edward in Flanders, Warden of Selkirk Forest 1298, joined the war against Edward again 1301, defeated three English divisions near Roslin in three successive actions on the same day in 1303, saved the lives of Sir William Wallace at the battle of Hopprew and of King Robert Bruce at the battle of Methven.
1260 Mary Fraser 1290 Joanna Fraser 1280 Joan Fraser 1500 - 1552 William Ruthven 52 52 1510 Janet Halyburton Fleig 1254 Roger de Mortimer 1337 Margaret Stewart 1327 - 1360 Roger De Mortimer 33 33 1294 - 1343 Sir Roger De Mortimer 49 49 1359 Janet de Mortimer 1385 Janet de Grey 1355 - 1441 Sir Andrew de Grey 86 86 1383 Thomas de Grey 1387 Elizabeth de Grey 1379 Margaret de Grey 1615 William Acherson Database: Passenger and Immigration Lists Index (PILI)
Immigrant: Acherson, Wm.
Location: Virginia
Year: 1638
Page Number: 181
Document Type: Immigrant Record
Source: Passenger and Immigration Lists Index
Publication:
NUGENT, NELL M. Cavaliers and Pioneers: A Calendar of Virginia Land
Grants, 1623-1800. Vol. 1:1-6. Richmond, VA: Dietz Printing County,
1929-1931. Although vol. 6 ends with the year 1695, no other volumes were
published.
1560 James Innes 1589, June 27.Is doing his diligence to be with him as shortly as possible. Pray see that our contre partie be not released without good caution, to your contentment. All things are quiet here, and the King's grace “myndit” to the north to hold justice Courts. Cause Mr. John Nesbet to write me what letters you think good I shall bring from here, and I shall get them.-From Edinburgh, 27 June 1589.
1 p.
890. James Innes, servant to the Bishop of Ross, to George Carr.

From: 'Cecil Papers: June 1589', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 3: 1583-1589 (1889), pp. 414-423. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=111527&amp;strquery=&quot;james innes&quot; Date accessed: 13 November 2009.
1540 James Innes Elizabeth - October 1568
... 1. To the complaint on behalf of James Innes of Drany's cautioners: answered-that Innes and others being fugitives for resetting Bothwell, came in the ...
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1450 Robert Innes 1425 Robert Innes In 1452, Robert Innes, the eleventh laird, fought under the Earl of Huntly at the Battle of Brechin He later founded the Greyfriars of Elgin in an attempt to repay for his sins.
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1400 James Innes     1447.
    6 Kal. Nov.
    (27 Oct.)
    St. Peter's, Rome.
    (f. 67d.)To the dean of Moray. Mandate, as below. The recent petition of William Winerstre (rectius Wincestre), priest, of the diocese of St. Andrews, contained that formerly William Goldsmyth and the late James Innes resigned to John, bishop of Moray, for purpose of exchange their respective benefices, namely, the treasurership of Moray with a canonry annexed and a canonry and prebend of the same, that the said bishop carried out the exchange, and that in virtue of his collation and provision James obtained possession of the said treasurership and annexed canonry; that Eugenius IV (upon its being set forth to him on behalf of David Stewart, canon of Ross, that the said collation and provision were without force because James was at the time excommunicate and publicly proclaimed excommunicate) ordered the abbot of Kinlos, Andrew de Dvnon (sic) archdeacon of Sodor, dwelling in the diocese of Moray, and the official of Moray to summon James and others concerned, and if they found the said invalidation to be the case, to declare the said collation and provision null, and in that event to collate and assign the treasurership to David; that David consequently caused James to be summoned before John abbot of Kinlos and the said official and Andrew, and that they cited James, who appealed from them to the apostolic see; that the said pope committed the appeal to Master William de Fondera, then as now a papal chaplain and auditor, who has proceeded short of a conclusion; that whilst the cause was pending before the said auditor James died, and that bishop John has made by his ordinary authority collation and provision to the above William Winerstre. Seeing that the latter collation and provision are without force, and that David has surrendered to the pope the cause and all his right in or to the treasurership, the pope, calling up to himself the cause and extinguishing it. orders the above dean to collate and assign the treasurership, a non-major dignity with cure, value with the said annexed canonry not exceeding 30l. sterling, to William; notwithstanding that provision was lately made to him by authority of the ordinary of the precentorship (cantoria) of Caithness, a non-major dignity with cure, and its annexed canonry, their value not exceeding 20l. sterling, of which he is not in possession, and about which he is litigating in the apostolic palace, which, upon obtaining the treasurership he is, as he has offered, to resign, if he meanwhile obtain it, or all right therein or thereto. Dignum etc. (Chri. and Ja. de Vicencia. | Chri. xxx. Decimonono Kal. Januarii Anno Primo. Coronen.) [4½ pp. See Cal. Papal Lett. IX, p. 530.]

    From: 'Lateran Regesta 441: 1447-1448', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 10: 1447-1455 (1915), pp. 345-349. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103574&amp;strquery=&quot;james innes&quot; Date accessed: 13 November 2009.
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    1445-[6]
    14 Kal. Feb.
    St. Peter's, Rome.
    (f. 94d.)To the abbot of Kinlos in the diocese of Moray, Andrew de Dunon, archdeacon of the church of Sodor, dwelling in the said diocese [of Moray], and the official of Moray. Mandate, at the recent petition of David Stewart, a canon of Ross, M.A. (containing that William Goldismyt and James Innes resigned for purpose of exchange their respective benefices, namely the treasurership and a canonry and prebend of Moray to John, bishop of Moray who carried out the exchange; and adding that the bishop's collation and provision of the treasurership to James are without force because he was excommunicated) to declare, after enquiry, the said collation and provision null and invalid, and to collate and assign the said treasurership, a non-major dignity with cure, value not exceeding 40l.sterling, still void by the said resignation of William, to the said David, who is a kinsman of James, king of Scotland (Scocie); removing the said James, who under pretext of the said null collation and provision has detained possession for about three years; notwithstanding that David holds a canonry and prebend of Ross, value not exceeding 10l.sterling, and that the pope lately made provision to him of a canonry of Dunkeld and another of Aberdeen, with reservation of as many prebends and of a dignity etc. of one of them, which, upon his obtaining the said treasurership, shall be without force as far only as regards such dignity etc. Nobilitas generis, litterarum etc. (An and Cyprianus. | An. xxiiii. Id. Martii Anno Sextodecimo. de Adria.) [3½ pp.]

    From: 'Lateran Regesta, 424: 1445-1446', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 529-531. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103451&amp;strquery=&quot;james innes&quot; Date accessed: 13 November 2009.
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    1434. (fn. 2)
    4 Id. Nov.
    Florence.
    (f. 10d.)To the bishop of Amiens, the treasurer of Aberdeen and James Innes, canon of Moray. Mandate, at the petition of Robert Scrymgeour, canon of Ross-containing that although collation and provision were made to him by authority of the ordinary of the canonry and prebend of Logy in Ross on their voidance by the death of Richard Bullok, nevertheless David de Petyne, clerk, of the diocese of Moray, wrongfully claimed them, prevented, as he still does, the said collation etc. from taking effect, and appealed to the apostolic see; that the pope at Robert's instance committed the cause of the appeal and of the principal matter to Master John Walling, papal chaplain and auditor, who by a definitive sentence declared the said collation and provision canonical, adjudged the canonry and prebend to Robert, imposed perpetual silence on David and condemned him in costs, which he afterwards assessed at 32 gold florins of the camera; and adding that he fears … secular arm etc., as above, Reg. CCCXXIII, f. 132d, mutatis mutandis. (B. and Anselmus. | B. xx. Valven.)

    From: 'Lateran Regesta 324: 1434-1435', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 8: 1427-1447 (1909), pp. 496-499. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104477&amp;strquery=&quot;james innes&quot; Date accessed: 13 November 2009.

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    4 Id. Sept.
    Florence (f. 138d.)To James Innes, canon of Moray, M.A. Dispensation to him (who was formerly dispensed by authority of the ordinary, as the son of a priest, noble, and an unmarried woman, to be promoted to minor orders and hold a benefice without cure, and afterwards by papal authority to be promoted to all, even holy orders and hold three other benefices compatible with one another, even if canonries and prebends or offices in cathedral or collegiate churches, and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleased, after which he obtained a canonry of Moray and the prebend of Spyne therein and the hospital of Eglyn (rectius Elgyn) in the diocese of Moray, value together not exceeding 40l. sterling, which he at present holds) to hold any compatible benefices, of any number and kind, with or without cure, even if canonries and prebends, dignities etc., and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases. Nobilitas generis, litterarum etc. (B. and G. de Elten. | B. xl. Valven.) [See below, pp. 105, 107 and Cal. Lett. VIII, p. 314.]

    From: 'Lateran Regesta, 372: 1439-1440', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 97-108. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103399&amp;strquery=&quot;james innes&quot; Date accessed: 13 November 2009.
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    1447.
    Prid. Id. Oct.
    (14 Oct.)
    St. Peter's, Rome.
    (f. 6d.)To Alan Cant, S.T.B. Collation and provision to him, who is also M.A., of the deanery of Ross [in Scotland], a major elective dignity with cure, to which a canonry and prebend are annexed, and whose value does not exceed 40l. sterling, void and reserved (under the pope's late reservation of all major cathedral dignities, then void and to be void) by the death of James Innes; notwithstanding that he holds the perpetual vicarage of Obyn and the perpetual chaplaincy or chapel of Corigronck, in the dioceses of Aberdeen and St. Andrews, value not exceeding 12l. and 4l. sterling respectively, and that the pope has made him provision of a canonry of Glasgow and another of Dunkeld, with reservation of as many prebends and of an administration or office of one of them, even if they be elective. He is hereby dispensed to hold the deanery and vicarage together for life, and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases and hold instead two other incompatible benefices, provided that they be not two parish churches or perpetual vicarages. Litterarum etc.

    From: 'Lateran Regesta 444: 1447-1448', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 10: 1447-1455 (1915), pp. 363-373. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103577&amp;strquery=&quot;james innes&quot; Date accessed: 13 November 2009.

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    1442.
    6 Kal. Nov.
    Florence.
    (f. 150.)To the bishops of Segorbe (Segobricen.) and Moray, and the treasurer of Brechin. Mandate as below. The petition of James Innes, dean of Ross, contained that formerly John, bishop of Moray, carried out the exchange desired by the said James and William Goldsmyith of their respective benefices, namely a canonry and prebend of Moray, and the treasurership of the same, and that in virtue thereof James is in possession of the said treasurership; and adding that at the time of the said exchange he was, by papal authority, under a sentence of excommunication for non-payment of certain moneys in the Roman court, and had been publicly proclaimed excommunicate, and that the said bishop's collation and provision do not hold good. The pope therefore, absolving the said James, who is of noble race, from the said and from any other sentences of excommunication etc., dispensing him on account of irregularity, and rehabilitating him, orders the above three to collate and assign to him the said treasurership, a non-major dignity with cure, value not exceeding 30l. sterling, howsoever void; notwithstanding that he holds the deanery of Ross, a major elective dignity with cure, value [also] not exceeding 30l. sterling, and that the pope lately dispensed him to hold for life any two benefices with cure or otherwise incompatible, and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleased, provided that they were not two parish churches or perpetual vicarages. Nobilitas generis, litterarum sciencia (sic), (fn. 6) vite etc. (Blondus. | xxviii. Jo. de Collis, Collata P. Parvijohannis. A. Trapezuntius.) [3¼ pp.]

    From: 'Vatican Regesta 379: 1442-1446', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 8: 1427-1447 (1909), pp. 310-315. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104449&amp;strquery=&quot;james innes&quot; Date accessed: 13 November 2009.

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    445.
    7 Id. Oct.
    St. Peter's, Rome.(f. 44d.)To the dean of Moray. Mandate to collate and assign to Alexander Lychton, priest, of the diocese of Aberdeen, M.A. and I.U.B., the hospital called God's house near Elgin, in the diocese of Moray, which has long been wont to be assigned to secular clerks as a perpetual benefice, (fn. 6) and which was originally founded for the maintenance of poor brothers and sisters, on whose voidance by the resignation of James Innes its rector to John, bishop of Moray, that bishop committed it, temporarily and under certain conditions, to John Boyl, priest, of the said diocese, who has by his proctor William Lyel, perpetual vicar of Inchin in the diocese of Aberdeen, ceded the said commission to the pope, so that the said hospital, which is without cure and consists of temporal estates, (fn. 7) and whose yearly value does not exceed 10l. of old sterlings, is still void as above. Dignum etc. (An. and G. Gonne. | An. xxvi. Sexto Id. Januarii Anno Quintodecimo. de Adria.) [3 pp.]

    From: 'Lateran Regesta, 417: 1445-1446', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 477-487. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103444&amp;strquery=&quot;james innes&quot; Date accessed: 13 November 2009.
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    1442Oct. 27”The bishops of Segorve and Moray and the treasurer of Brechin.Collation to James Innes, dean of Ross, of the treasurership of Moray.379150314

    From: 'Chronological Arrangement of Vatican Regesta Documents', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 8: 1427-1447 (1909), pp. XV-XXXVIII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104402&amp;strquery=&quot;james innes&quot; Date accessed: 13 November 2009.



1375 John Innes John Innes, Bishop of Moray, who rebuilt Elgin Cathedral in 1407-1414 after it was sacked and burned by the Wolf of Baenoch.
http://www.boydhouse.com/darryl/ennis/claninfo/index.html
~1180 - >1235 Walter de Innes 55 55 Berowald's grandson, Walter, assumed the surname Innes and was granted a charter of confirmation by Alexander II of Scotland in 1226
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clan_Innes
~1160 John de Innes 1140 - >1160 Berowald 20 20 1567 Margaret Ker 1508 - 1583 Walter Ker 75 75 1521 - 1585 Isabel Ker 64 64 1508 - 1526 Walter Ker 18 18 1459 - 1526 Andrew Ker 67 67 1462 Agnes Crichton 1510 Catherine Ker 1460 - 1500 Robert Ker 40 40 1469 Christian Rutherford James Rutherford 1433 - 1501 Walter Ker 68 68 1438 Isabel Hay 1403 - 1481 Andrew Ker 78 78 Sources:
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Text: GEDCOM file, Diane Ollivett-Miles.
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1405 Douglas 1381 William Douglas 1426 - 1508 John Hay 82 82 1430 - 1529 Elizabeth Cunningham 99 99 1394 - 1478 David Hay 84 84 1393 Mary Douglas ~1410 George Cunningham 1435 Patrick Crichton 1473 - 1545 Andrew Ker 72 72 1477 Janet Home 1503 John Ker 1451 - 1484 Thomas Ker 33 33 1454 Margaret Ker Patrick Home 1190 Juliana Cornhill 1888 - 1938 Nathaniel Childers 50 50 1179 - 1246 Thomas de la Haye 67 67 1789 - 1856 James M.? Staten 66 66 1789 - 1877 Mary Polly Herrington 88 88 1818 - >1850 Joseph Staten 32 32 1815 - 1899 James Madison Staten 84 84 1832 - <1860 Newton C. Staten 28 28 1824 - >1850 A.J. Staten 26 26 ~1425 - ~1481 Andrew Ker 56 56 Andrew Kerr of Auldtounburn and Cessford; with the eclipse of the Douglas's and his consequent tenure directly of the Crown, his power increased; had a charter of Crown lands of the territorial Barony of Old Roxburgh 1451; Warden Middle March 1457; married 1st a daughter of William Douglas of Cavers; married 2nd Margaret, daughter of James Tweedie of Drummelzier, and died c 8 May 1481. [Burke's Peerage] ~1425 Janet? Douglas daughter of William Douglas of Cavers. [Burke's Peerage]

Cavers House is near Hawick and William Baron of Drumlanrig held the Barony of Hawick. Cavers House was an early seat of James "The Black" Douglas.

Sources:
Title: Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999
Note: DATE 2000
~1445 - 1501 Walter Ker 56 56 Walter of Caverton and later Cessford, of which had a Crown charter 13 March 1493-99; married 1st allegedly Isabel, daughter of 1st Lord Hay of Yester; married 2nd after 1487 Agnes, daughter of 1st Lord Chrichton and widow of 2nd Lord Glamis, and died 25 Nov 1501. [Burke's Peerage] ~1450 George Ker ~1405 - 1444 Andrew Ker 39 39 Andrew Kerr of Auldtounburn; had various charters of lands in Roxburghshire, including one of Cessford from the Earls of Douglas 1430-1448. [Burke's Peerage] ~1380 - >1404 Robert Ker 24 24 Robert Kerr of Auldtounburn had a charter of Smailholm 20 June 1404 from 4th Earl of Douglas. [Burke's Peerage] ~1355 - <1399 Henry Ker 44 44 Sources:
Title: Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999
Note: DATE 2000
~1358 - >1399 Elizabeth St. Michael 41 41 Elizabeth St. Michael, in her free widowhood, resigns her lands of Whitchester, in the parish of Hawick and County of Roxburgh, into the hands of her superior, Archibald, Earl of Douglas,in 1399, and he immediately afterwards grants a charter of the same lands to her and her husband, Sir John De Maxwell of Pollok.

The family she represented was one of considerable note and antiquity.

Robert St. Michael is witness to a charter to Helias, son of Uchtred de Dundas ante 1153. In 1183, Henry Lovel,lord of Hawick, grants to the Chapter of St. Andrew's two oxengangs of land in Branxholm, formerly held by Walter de St. Michael. William de St. Michael witnesses charters 1185 and 1200. Robert de St Michael left a son, Elmeras, who, about the year 1240, resigns Ylistoun (at this period the Kers already hold a part of Ylistoun) to the abbot of Dryburgh; 1249, John de St. Michael is one of the witnesses of a charter of Agnes de Ilifistun to the abbey of Melrose; and Sir John de St.Michael and John de St.Michael, both of the county of Roxburgh, swore fealty to Edward I, at Berwick-upon-Tweed.
[from Notes on the Family of Kerr in Scotland- Herald and Genealogist]
~1330 - >1358 John Ker 28 28 John Kerr of the Forest of Selkirk; had a charter of part of Auldtounburn 5 Feb 1357/8 and another 4 Oct 1358 to himself and his w Mariot of a further part, together with the lands of Molle; had eldest grandson Robert. [Burke's Peerage]

Sources:
Title: Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999
Note: DATE 2000
~1334 Mariot ~1282 Nichol Ker Quotation from Burke's Peerage of Great Britain:

"The surname of Ker or Car is of great antiquity in Scotland and some are of the opinion that they came originally to this Island from France, where there are several considerable families who made a great figure even before the 10th century and whose posterity are subsisting in that knigdom to this day. That one of these, a man of rank and spirit came over to England with William the Conqueror in 1066, had a considerable command in his army and having remarkably distinguished himself for courage and conduct, gat from that great Prince a large share of the conquered lands, particularly in the North of England, where his posterity still subsists and that of him all the Kers in Great Britain are descended. Several families of that name lived during the time of Alexander III (1249)."
~1400 William Douglas Burke's does not name William a son of Archibald, but does state that William Douglas is of Cavers and (on another page) that Archibald is the founder of the Douglas/Cavers line, so William is a direct descendant of Archibald. Given the dates, there is not much room for another generation between William and Archibald.

Sources:
Title: Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999
Note: DATE 2000
~1378 Archibald Douglas Archibald [2nd son after William] ancestor of the Douglas of Cavers, Hereditary Sheriffs of Teviotdale. [Burke's Peerage]

Sources:
Title: Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999
Note: DATE 2000
1355 - 1388 James Douglas 33 33 James Douglas, 2nd Earl of Douglas and by sources writing long after his death referred to from time to time as Earl of Mar in right of his mother; born c1358; knighted 1378; married c23 Sep 1371 Isabel, daughter of Robert II by his 2nd wife Eupheme, and dspsl, being killed at the Battle of Otterburn c19 Aug 1388, leaving illegitimate issue. [Burke's Peerage] 1358 1253 - 1329 William Oliphant 76 76 1260 Isabel Douglas 1225 - 1277 Andrew Douglas 52 52 1225 - ~1265 Margaret Crawford 40 40 1221 - 1242 Walter Oliphant 21 21 1202 - 1230 Christian Strathearn 28 28 1340 John Oliphant ~1280 William de Cuningesburgh 1481 - 1516 Isabel Margaret Stewart 35 35 1476 Christian Stewart 1478 John Stewart 1495 Andrew Stewart 1826 Martha Ann Staten 1820 Mary Jane Staten 1829 Matilda A. Staten Sally Ann Staten 1811 Joseph Staten 1813 - 1874 America Staten 61 61 ~1200 Gregor Innes ~1220 - >1263 William Innes 43 43 ~1245 - >1296 William Innes 51 51 ~1280 - >1330 William Innes 50 50 ~1318 Margaret Leslie ~1335 - ~1381 Robert Innes 46 46 ~1383 - 1444 Andrew Ker 61 61 ~1357 - 1438 Robert Ker 81 81 Sources:
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Text: GEDCOM file, Diane Ollivett-Miles.
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~1322 John Ker Sources:
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Text: GEDCOM file, Diane Ollivett-Miles.
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~1335 Mariot de Copeland Sources:
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Text: GEDCOM file, Diane Ollivett-Miles.
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~1298 - >1357 John de Copeland 59 59 Sources:
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Text: GEDCOM file, Diane Ollivett-Miles.
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~1409 - >1478 Robert Crichton 69 69 A descendent of his Sir Robert Chrichton of Sanquhar, was sheriff of Dumfries in 1464 and coroner of Nithsdale from 1468 to 1469. His eldest son Robert, was created a peer with the title Lord Crichton of Sanquhar by James III in 1487.

# Note: http://www.electricscotland.com/webclans/atoc/chrichton2.html
1413 Elizabeth Erskine 1439 Christian Crichton ~1362 Robert Crichton A descendent of his Sir Robert Chrichton of Sanquhar, was sheriff of Dumfries in 1464 and coroner of Nithsdale from 1468 to 1469. His eldest son Robert, was created a peer with the title Lord Crichton of Sanquhar by James III in 1487.

# Note: http://www.electricscotland.com/webclans/atoc/chrichton2.html
~1358 Christina Erskine ~1336 - 1447 Edward Crichton 111 111 ~1405 Thomas Crichton ~1357 Jean Crichton ~1325 - 1393 William de Crichton 68 68 William, ancestor of the Marquesses of Bute (the earlier generations of which are Crichtons of Sanquhar and then Earls of Dumfries). [Burke's Peerage]
from www.impressions.uk.com:

APPROVED BY THE STANDING COUNCIL OF SCOTTISH CHIEFS
CHRICHTON A brief History:

The lands of Kreitton formed one of the earliest baronies around Edinburgh and are mentioned in charters of the early 12th century.

Thurstan de Crechtune was a witness to the foundation of the Abbey of Holyrood House by David I in 1128. Thomas de Crichton swore fealty to Edward I of England in the Ragman Roll of 1296. Thomas had 3 sons each of whom extended the family holdings, William his 2nd son married Isabel de Ross heiress to the barony of Sanquhar in Dumfriesshire.
Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999
Page: 990
~1309 Isabella de Ros ~1295 - 1357 John de Crichton 62 62 ~1265 Nicholas de Crichton ~1100 - >1140 Thurstan de Crichton 40 40 Thurstanus de Crichton witnessed the foundation charter of the Abbacy of Holyrood House 1128. Burke's Peerage & Baronetage, 106th Edition, Charles Mosley Editor-in-Chief, 1999 Page: 990

The first on record was Turstan Crectune, who was granted lands by King David of Scotland in 1128. http://geocities.com/creighton_ca/History.html

Sources:
Text: Holly, Holly Tamer online [http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=PED&db=hollye&id=I15888&style=TEXT], accessed
~1278 William de Ros ~1278 Euphemia ~1375 Margaret de Danyelston Thomas Cunynghame William Cuninghame ~1400 Robert Cuninghame 1370 - <1415 William Cunnynghame 45 45 ~1415 - 1492 David Scott 77 77 REFN: 8890AN
David Scott; feudal Lord of Buccleuch (a name derived from a legendary rescue of the then King of Scots by a member of the Scott family who held back an aggressive buck in a "cleuch", or ravine); sat in Pariament 1481 and 1487; Branxholme erected into a Barony by charter 21 May 1488. [Burke's Peerage]
~1420 Somerville 1456 - <1492 David Scott 36 36 ~1390 - 1469 Walter Scott 79 79 REFN: 8891AN
Sir Walter Scott, of Branxholme; helped suppress 1455 the rebellious Douglas's, some of whose lands he was granted by charter 22 Feb 1453, also the other half of the lands of Branxholme. [Burke's Peerage]

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3316633&id=I662464088&style=TABLE
~1395 - >1463 Margaret Cockburn 68 68 ~1417 Alexander Scott ~1419 James Scott 1378 - 1426 Robert Scott 48 48 REFN: 8896AN
Acquired part of the lands of Branxholme, Roxburghshire. [Burke's Peerage]

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3316633&id=I662464093&style=TABLE
~1399 Stephen Scott 1348 - 1402 Walter Scott 54 54 REFN: 9071AN
Died in the Battle of Holmindon Hill. on 11 September 1402. Granted charters of territorial Barony of Kirkurd by Robert II 7 Dec 1389. [Burke's Peerage]

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3316633&id=I662464268&style=TABLE
1326 - 1389 Robert Scott 63 63 1290 - 1346 Michael Scott 56 56 REFN: 9073AN
Killed in the Battle of Neville's Cross at Durham, England on 17 October 1346. Michael is not shown in the Burke's Peerage, but the dates given by Burke's certainly seem to require another generation here, as shown by Joe Oldham of World Connect (joeoldham AT home.com). Richard le Scot was probably of age in 1296 when he swore fealty to Edward I. Thus he was born before 1275 and his grandson Walter was born "before 1368" according to Burke's. A 93 year gap between is physically possible, but not at all likely.

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3316633&id=I662464270&style=TABLE
1284 Margaret Balwearie ~1329 Walter Scott ~1330 John Scott 1265 Richard Scott REFN: 9074AN
Sir Richard le Scot, of Rankilburn and Murthockston; swore fealty to Edward I 1296; allegedly married daughter and heiress of Murthockston of the ilk. [Burke's Peerage]

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1265 Inglis of Murthockston 1240 William Scott ~1210 Richard Scott ~1220 Alicia de Molla ~1158 Richard Scott ~1118 Uchtred FitzScott REFN: 9080AN
Witnessed charters in 1128 and 1130. It is believed his ancestors held the barony of Scotstoun in Peeblesshire, who, being descended from the clan living in Galloway, were called Scotts.

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~1200 Henry de Molla ~1370 Peter Cockburn ~1388 - 1456 William Somerville 68 68 ~1388 - 1458 Janet Mowat 70 70 ~1406 - 1491 John Somerville 85 85 ~1430 Thomas Somerville ~1432 Mariota Somerville 1547 - 1626 Margaret Lyon 79 79 REFN: 4534AN
REFN: P4535
~1558 - 1610 Jean Lyon 52 52 REFN: 5709AN ~1538 - 1577 John Lyon 39 39 REFN: 5710AN ~1543 Elizabeth Abernethy REFN: 5711AN ~1512 - 1559 Janet Keith 47 47 REFN: 7920AN ~1509 - 1592 John Lyon 83 83 REFN: 7921AN ~1370 - 1444 Thomas Somerville 74 74 ~1372 - ~1407 Janet Stewart 35 35 ~1346 - >1400 John Somerville 54 54 ~1350 - 1400 Margaret Edmonstone 50 50 ~1325 - 1376 John Edmonstone 51 51 ~1322 - 1380 Walter Somerville 58 58 ~1325 Janet Preston ~1280 - 1347 John Somerville 67 67 ~1305 Elizabeth Douglas ~1250 - >1296 Walter Somerville 46 46 REFN: 3914AN
Sir Walter did homage to Edward I in 1296, but later supported William Wallace and Robert the Bruce in the independence movement. As a result, Linton Towe r was frequently in peril of destruction

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~1260 Effie Barclay ~1223 - 1282 William Somerville 59 59 ~1225 Margaret Somerville ~1198 - 1230 William Somerville 32 32 ~1175 - ~1215 William Somerville 40 40 ~1150 - >1194 William Somerville 44 44 REFN: 5005AN
BUILT LINTON TOWER
Tradition says that Sir William slew a "monstrous animal" or serpent that was terrorizing the district of Linton in Roxburghshire during the reign of William the Lion. In 1174, he was awarded lands in Linton.

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~1120 - >1176 William Somerville 56 56 REFN: 5006AN
William was the first of the Somervilles in Scotland. He was granted lands by David I around Carnwath in Lanarkshire.

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~1071 - >1165 Gaulter Somerville 94 94 ~1094 Cecily de Lunsie ~1118 - >1190 Roger Somerville 72 72 ~1118 - >1190 Roger Somerville 72 72 ~1200 - 1230 John Somerville 30 30 REFN: 5001AN ~1200 Elizabeth Oliphant REFN: 5002AN ~1179 - ~1215 William Somerville 36 36 REFN: 5011AN 1153 - 1201 Roger Somerville 48 48 REFN: 5013AN ~1156 - ~1219 Matilda De Cossington 63 63 REFN: 5014AN
Alias:<ALIA> Heiress of /Cossington/
~1030 Gaulter Somerville REFN: 5010AN
PROGENITOR OF THE SOMERVILLES

Tradition says Sir Gaulter arrived with William the Conqueror in 1066, was granted lands for his services, and is the common ancestor of all the Somervilles in England, Scotland, and America.

ORIGINS OF THE SURNAME

The surname means "Sumer's estate" and is derived from lands near Caen in Normandy. Variations incluDe Somervail, Somervell, Somerfield, Somerfale, Somerwill, Summersville, Summervill, Somervill, Somervil, Sommervill, Sommerville, Somerville.

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1120 Edelina Boteler ~1175 Robert Oliphant ~1365 John Mowat REFN: 4987AN
From "My Clan": "This Norman name of 'monthault', rendered in Latin as 'monte alto', is usually translated as 'of the high mountain'. The Monte Altos are known to have settled in Wales and they first appeared in Scotland during the reign of David I. The family swiftly rose to positions of influence and power, acquiring lands in Angus. Robert and Michaele De Muheut witnessed a charter by the Comyn Earl of Buchan, around 1210. William De Monte Alto witnessed the marking of the boundaries of the lands of the Abbey of Arbroath around 1219. Michael De Monte Alto was sheriff of Inverness in 1234 and witnessed numerous charters of other noble families in the vicinity. Bernard De Monte Alto, a soldier, was among the knights and nobles who accompanied Princess Margaret to Norway for her marriage to that country's King. On their return he, along with many others, was drowned in a shipwreck. William De Muheut features in the Ragman Roll, rendering homage to Edward I of England in 1296."

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1340 Janet Keith 1342 - 1404 Alexander Stewart 62 62 ~1315 - >1372 Alexander Stewart 57 57 REFN: 2844AN
Alias: Alexander /Stuart/
REFN: P2845
Sir Alexander of Darnely avenged the death of his father, Sir Alan of Darnley by killing Sir Rober Boyd in combat at Craignaugh Hill.

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~1295 Marion Cameron ~1330 Walter Stewart ~1333 Elizabeth Stewart <1360 Alexander Hamilton REFN: 3057AN >1444 Archibald Hamilton REFN: 3058AN ~1330 John Fitzwalter Hamilton REFN: 3901AN
REFN: P3902
~1450 Margaret Montgomerie REFN: 5240AN ~1426 Margaret Douglas REFN: 5241AN 1260 John Cameron ~1239 Robert Cameron ~1209 Robert Cameron ~1234 John Cameron ~1175 Robert Cameron ~1150 John Cameron ~1136 Robert Cameron ~1080 John Cameron 1272 - 1333 Alan