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17501 The children of George and his 1st wife Eleanor are doubly descended from King Edward I through the two marriages of Joan Plantagenet, dtr. of King Edward I. George by 1st marriage to Gilbert de Clare, and Elizabeth by 2nd marriage to Ralph de Mothermer. Tyrrell, George (I240079860551)
 
17502 The Chinese postal romanization was Sianfu (for Xi'an) Shensi (for Shaanxi), Sianfu ironically means "Western Peace" or "Perpetual Peach". His local address was Scandinavian Mission Alliance, Sianfu, Shensi which was written slightly different in source. Vatne, Wilhelm T. (I240061427088)
 
17503 The City of Ray City was named after her. Ray + #, Mary Susan (I6847953578)
 
17504 The Clements arrived here some time around 1832. Clements +, William (I240071372729)
 
17505 The Clements arrived here some time around 1832. Connors + |, Elizabeth Lettie (I240071372730)
 
17506 The Clements arrived here some time around 1832. Clements, David G. (I240071372732)
 
17507 The Clements arrived here some time around 1832. Clements, John Franklin (I240071372734)
 
17508 The Commission for the ship the Garland of London lists Willm fferrar Esquire [William Farrar] as transporting 40 persons to Virginia. (The records of the Virginia Company of London, vol. 3, 145-146.) The ship did not make it to Virginia. Farrar + |, ^ Captain William I (I240122205077)
 
17509 The County of Appling, Georgia being named for them. Appling +, ^ Corporal Joel I (I7026720621)
 
17510 The dear ones are laid to rest side by side at Pleasant Grove Church, Neese, GA. Neither Alford Jordan nor Elizabeth Jordan are listed in Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Cemetery records. They must be buried in 2 of the unidentified graves at this cemetery. Jordan, Alford John (I24223456652)
 
17511 The dear ones are laid to rest side by side at Pleasant Grove Church, Neese, GA. Neither Alford Jordan nor Elizabeth Jordan are listed in Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Cemetery records. They must be buried in 2 of the unidentified graves at this cemetery. Jordan, Elizabeth (I24223456653)
 
17512 The division of the estate of John Munday returned. (Tidewater Virginia Families, 6:1:33) Munday +, John II (I240058973953)
 
17513 The DNA match is not on the maternal side of the tree, as is the Jefferson line. It is on the paternal side of the tree—for example, the Eppes or Woodson lines—but the MRCA is not known. Currently attached to Josiah Woodson merely as right generation. Woodson p??, Thomas C. (I242006139821)
 
17514 The Early Records of Georgia, Volume II, Wilkes County, Page 325: "Appling, Burrell Caltha Peteet May 24, 1827 398". Family: Burwell Appling / Caltha Peteet (F2233)
 
17515 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family: Samuel Appling / Living (F2232)
 
17516 The Early Records of Georgia, Volume II, Wilkes County, Page 348: "Norman, William Mary Waller Oct. 17, 1817 85". Family: William Norman / Mary Waller (F3583)
 
17517 The Early Records of Georgia, Volume II, Wilkes County, Page 348: "Norman, William Mary Waller Oct. 17, 1817 85". Family: Argyle Norman / Mary P. Cade (F5681)
 
17518 The Early Records of Georgia, Volume II, Wilkes County, Page 349: "Norman, Gideon C. Susan A. Truman Sept. 30, 1830 495 E. Callaway, M.G.". Family: Gideon George Norman / Susan A. Truman (F509)
 
17519 The Early Records of Georgia, Volume II, Wilkes County, Page 354: "Shumate, Daniel Frances Norman Jun. 13, 1822 239". Family: Daniel Shumate / Frances G. Norman (F3420)
 
17520 The Elder le Despenser +, First Earl of Winchester Hugh (I240072004307)
 
17521 The elder Despenser was hanged immediately in his armor at Bristol on 27 Oct 1326. He was then beheaded and his body cut into pieces for the dogs. His head was sent for display to Winchester, which had supported the king. le Despenser +, First Earl of Winchester Hugh (I240072004307)
 
17522 The end of Mayhaw Lake came with the beginning of the great depression. Knight, Elias Moore (I6847962788)
 
17523 The executrix of the Will was Hannah Munday, the minor daughter of Thomas Munday. During her minority, Thomas Munday served as the executor. [Tidewater Virginia Families, 6:1:36] Peatle + ??, John (I240058974398)
 
17524 The Fairbury Journal-News, 19 Apr 1934, p7. Buhs, Hei (I242350739117)
 
17525 The first son (of James and Winnefred) being killed by the Indians when 40 or 42 years old. [The age is unlikely.] Spratling, Henry (I240062147920)
 
17526 The following are names of persons who were at the settlement soon after it began: … Hugh Drury. Drury, Hugh (I242098413562)
 
17527 The following are names of persons who were at the settlement soon after it began: … Hugh Drury. Grout, John (I242099426899)
 
17528 The following are names of persons who were at the settlement soon after it began: … John Moore. Moore + |, John (I242099406618)
 
17529 The following are names of persons who were at the settlement soon after it began: … Thomas Cakebread. Cakebread, Thomas (I242099426648)
 
17530 The following are names of persons who were at the settlement soon after it began: … Thomas King. King + |, Thomas I (I242099459897)
 
17531 The following are names of persons who were at the settlement soon after it began: … Thomas Plympton. Plympton, Thomas (I240099386636)
 
17532 The following named companies will compose the Thirteenth Regiment Georgia Volunteers, which will take the place of Colonel Semmes’ regiment, now under orders for Virginia, viz: … Berrien Minute Men, Captain Levi J. Knight, Nashville. … Knight +, ^ Private Levi J. I (I6906168813)
 
17533 The following year, his brother Gershom, bought a tract from a Boston blacksmith for the "sum of fifty pounds of good silver current money of New England." Rice +, Gershom I (I240064329789)
 
17534 The Forest. Wayles |, John (I240134707507)
 
17535 The Forest. Wayles, Elizabeth (I242006163824)
 
17536 The fourth son of Edward I, Edward became the heir to the throne following the death of his older brother Alphonso. King Edward II of England (I240071602109)
 
17537 The funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Wilkerson Funeral Chapel. Entombment will follow in the Mausoleum at Pinewood Memorial Park. Price, Paul George (I24223466860)
 
17538 The funeral was held at the United Methodist Church in Fairmount. Burial at Fairmount Cemetery in Fairmount. Olson +, Mildred Evelyn (I6848082230)
 
17539 The funeral will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Tom M. Wages Funeral Service, Lawrenceville, with burial in Gwinnett Memorial Park. Visitation will be 2-4 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. today (1 Aug 1995) at the funeral home. Spratlin, ^ Lauren Coley (I242258096275)
 
17540 The funeral will be held Friday at 10:30 a.m. from the Sagar Creek Presbyterian Church. Burial will be at Buntin Cemetery. Strain, Elizabeth R. (I242127258663)
 
17541 The Grand Assembly, held at James City, Virginia, enacted Act I - An act for the safeguard and defense of the country against the Indians. Captain Peter Knight is appointed chief commander of a fort at Stafford Co. (now Fairfax Co.). [see Hwy Marker E-70] Knight +, Peter Captain (I242100876249)
 
17542 The indenture between William Davis and James Munday with the eliminations are ordered to be recorded. [Tidewater Virginia Families, 6:1:33] Munday, James (I240067008063)
 
17543 The index book for the County Court, Northumberland County, Virginia, lists several court cases involving Peter Knight that were heard or recorded by 20 Jan 1648/9. [16 items, WikiTree profile Knight-996] Knight +, Peter Captain (I242100876249)
 
17544 The inventory and appraisement of the estate of John Munday returned. [Tidewater Virginia Families, 6:1:33] Munday +, John II (I240058973953)
 
17545 The Knights reside on their farm located 3 to 4 miles southwest of Nashville on the Old Cecil Road. Knight, Judge William Daniel I (I240073115990)
 
17546 The Land Lottery of 1821 lists names under a section "Major Charles W. Christian's Battalion, No. 152." [Elbert County Official History] Christian +, ^ Major Charles Woodson I (I24223462055)
 
17547 The last Will and testament of Sarah Robinson was presented in court by Joseph Robinson, Gent., one of the executors therein named and proved by Edmund Pendleton, Gent. The executor having given bond, certificate is granted for him … [Tidewater Virginia F NN (Munday) +, Sarah (I240058973988)
 
17548 The law incorporating the village of Ruckersville, assented to 9 Dec 1822, was introduced in the House of Representatives by Barnard C. Heard, Charles W. Christian, and William Moore, the Elbert Co. delegation, and … ." Christian +, ^ Major Charles Woodson I (I24223462055)
 
17549 The lettering on the white marble stone at his grave can still be read as follows: Lieut. Wm. Lewis—1748–1780. Lewis #, ^ Colonel William (I240159386268)
 
17550 The Levi Wetherbee Farm "came into the possession of his son, John" upon Levi's death. Wetherbee, ^ Second Lieutenant John (I242081597403)
 

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