Roger FOWKE / Mary BAILEY


Husband: Roger FOWKE

Born: ABT 1598at: Staffordshire, England
Married: [15564] at: Gunston (Goodnestone), County Kent, England
Died: BEF 30 Nov 1649at: Gunston Hall, Breewood Parish, Staffordshire, England
Father: John FOWKE II
Mother: Dorothy CUPPER
Spouses: Mary BAILEY

Wife: Mary BAILEY

Born: ABT 1603at:
Died: at:
Father: William BAILEY
Mother:
Spouses: Roger FOWKE

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Name: John FOWKE
Born: at: Gunston, Staffordshire, England
Married: at:
Died: at:
Spouses: Joyce MARCH

Name: Gerard FOWKE [1388] [1389]
Born: 1606at: Gunston Hall, Breewood Parish, Staffordshire, England
Married: 12 Feb 1660[15562] [15563] at: Westmoreland County, Virginia
Died: ABT 1670at: Charles County, Maryland
Spouses: Anne THOROUGHGOOD

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[1388] Sixth son of Roger Fowke and Mary Bailey Fowke.

[1389] Received Pattent of Land in 1660, 260 acxres on West Moreland County for bringing 6 persons to the Colony.

[15564] [S501] Charlemagne's Descendants, Vol III

[1878] [S501] Charlemagne's Descendants, Vol III

[1877] [S501] Charlemagne's Descendants, Vol III

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Richard Hart CLORE / Catharine Ann HARDIN


Husband: Richard Hart CLORE

Born: 14 Jan 1810at:
Married: 20 Oct 1836at: Oldham County, Kentucky
Died: 2 Jun 1893at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Catharine Ann HARDIN

Wife: Catharine Ann HARDIN

Born: 2 May 1816at:
Died: 26 Aug 1838at:
Father: Jonathan J. HARDIN
Mother: Lucy WILHOIT
Spouses: Richard Hart CLORE

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Living / Nettie KIRBY


Husband: Living

Born: at:
Married: at:
Died: at:
Father: Marion Lee HANING
Mother: Dahlia Evet WARREN
Spouses: Nettie KIRBY

Wife: Nettie KIRBY

Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Living

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Name: Ruth HANING
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Mary HANING
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: James HANING
Born: at:
Died: at:
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AEthelred II / Emma of Normandy


Husband: AEthelred II

Born: 0968at:
Married: 1008at:
Died: 1016at:
Father: Edgar
Mother:
Spouses: Emma of Normandy , Alveva (Aelfgifu)
Notes: [2760]

Wife: Emma of Normandy

Born: at:
Died: 1052at:
Father: Richard I
Mother: Gunnor CREPON
Spouses: Canute I , AEthelred II

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Name: Alfred
Born: at:
Died: 1036at:
Spouses:

Name: Goda (Godgifu)
Born: at:
Married: at:
Died: at:
Spouses: Dreux , Eustace II

Name: Edward [2745] [2747]
Born: BET 1002 AND 1005at:
Married: 1045at:
Died: 5 Jan 1066at: Westminster Palace, Westminster, London, England
Spouses: Edith GODWINSSON

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[2760] AEthelred II, 968-1016, king of England (978-1016), lost his kingdom to Danish conquerors. His nickname, 'the Unready,' is derived from the Old English unrede, meaning that he lacked advice. Beginning his reign under suspicion of murdering his half-brother, King Edward the Martyr, AEthelred proved a weak ruler.
In 980 the Danes renewed their raids on England after a 25-year truce. Unable to mount effective resistance, AEthelred began payment (991) of the Danegeld, a form of tribute, to buy off the raiders. In 1013, however, the Danes under SWEYN overran the entire country, and AEthelred fled to Normandy. Although he returned in 1014, the Danish king CANUTE completed the Danish conquest of England in 1016, shortly after AEthelred's death.
Bibliography: Stenton, F. M., Anglo-Saxon England, 3d ed. (1971).

[2745] Saint Edward the Confessor, b. between 1002 and 1005, d. Jan. 5, 1066, was the next to last Anglo-Saxon king of England (1042-66). His reign prepared the way for the Normanization of England under WILLIAM I (William the Conquero r). The son of AEthelred II, Edward was raised at the ducal court of Normandy and found Norman life and people more attractive and natural to him than English ways. A weak king, he permitted the reins of regal power to pass into the hands of the house of Godwin, earl of Wessex. Godwin's son Harold (later King HAROLD II) was the effective ruler of England from 1053 to 1066. As Edward became absorbed in religion and slowly receded into the background, Ha rold provided the English people with peace, relative prosperity, secure borders, and firm government. Westminster Abbey, which the Confessor rebuilt, was Edward's greatest legacy to his people. He was canonized in 1161. James W. Alexander Bibliography: Barlow, Frank, Edward the Confessor (1970).

[2747] Edward the Confessor, King (RM)
Born at Islip (near Oxford) c. 1004; died January 5, 1066; canonized 1161. Edward was the son of Ethelbert the Unready (or Ethelred III), king of the English, and Emma, sister of Duke Richard I of Normandy. After Edward's father was defeated by the Danes under Sweyn and his son Canute, Edward and his mother fled to Normandy in 1013. Canute remained in England and in 1016 married Emma, who had returned to England after Ethelred's death.
Edward spent his life from age ten until 1041 in exile in Normandy, returning to England only when Canute the Great died. The following year he succeeded to the throne with the support of Earl Godwin, when his half-brother Hardicanute died.

His elder brother Alfred, had been brutally murdered by Godwin, Earl of Kent. Nevertheless, for reasons of state, in 1044 Edward married Godwin's daughter Edith, who turned out to be the opposite of her father.

Edward's reign was outwardly peaceful and he was a peace-loving man; but he had to contend with the ambitious and powerful Godwin's opposition and other grave difficulties (rivalry between Norman and Saxon courtiers), and he did so with a determination that hardly supports the common picture of Edward as a tame and ineffectual ruler. His was a good ruler and remitted odious taxes.

His anonymous contemporary biographer gives a convincing portrait of him in his old age that has obscured the evidence concerning his middle life. The chronicler as that though physically tall and strong, Edward was unambitious and somewhat lacking in energy, and it seems that his character and temperament were more suited to the cloister than to the throne.

When Robert, the former abbot of Jumieges whom he had brought with him from Normandy and had promoted to the archbishop of Canterbury in 1051, declared Godwin to be an outlaw, Edward did little to support him. Godwin took refuge in Flanders but returned the following year with a fleet ready to lead a rebellion. Armed revolt was avoided when the two men met and settled their differences; among them was the archbishop Robert returned to France and was replaced by Stigand. After Godwin's death in 1053, his son Tostig, earl of Northumbria, led an unsuccessful revolt and was exiled by Edward to the continent. On the other hand a chronicler speaks of 'the king's just and religious administration' and to the people he was 'good King Edward.'

The belief that Edward was a saint was supported by his general reputation for religious devotion and for generosity to the poor and infirm, by the relation of a number of miracles and, too, by the assertion that he and his wife were so ascetic as always to have lived together as brother and sister. Edward and Edith were certainly childless; but that this was due to life-long voluntary abstinence is unlikely in the circumstances of their marriage and is not supported by adequate evidence.

Frugal in his own life, he was generous to monasteries and churches and gave freely to the poor. In commutation of a vow that he had made to undertake a pilgrimage to Rome he rebuilt the abbey at Westminster, where his relics still rest behind the high altar.

According to legend, as Saint Edward was returning from Mass one day, he gave his ring as an alms to Saint John the Baptist, who appeared to him as a poor pilgrim. Twenty-four years later, two English pilgrims returning from the Holy Land met another pilgrim who introduced himself to them as Saint John. Through them he sent word to King Edward that he thanked him for his alms. Through the pilgrims he promised the king that in six months Edward should be with him forever. The message brought joy to the royal heart.

As predicted, Saint Edward died at Westminster on January 5, 1066. He was succeeded by Harold, the son of Godwin, whose brief reign ended with the Battle of Hastings. "Weep not," said Edward to his queen as he lay on his deathbed, "I shall not die but shall live. Departing from the land of the dying, I hope to see the good things of the Lord in the land of the living" (Appleton, Attwater, Barlow, Encyclopedia, Tabor)

His emblem is a finger ring, which he is sometimes shown handing to a pilgrim (Roeder). King Edward is generally shown in royal robes, holding a sceptre surmounted with a dove (Tabor).

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[2746] Type: Canonized

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Daniel Jacobse VAN WINKLE / Rachel STRAATMACHER


Husband: Daniel Jacobse VAN WINKLE

Born: 28 Jul 1681at: Bergen (Jersey City), Hudson County, New Jersey
Married: at:
Died: 10 Jun 1757at: Bergen County, New Jersey
Father: Jacob Jacobse VAN WINKLE
Mother: Aeltje DANIELS
Spouses: Jannetje Cornelisse VREELAND , Rachel STRAATMACHER

Wife: Rachel STRAATMACHER

Born: at: Hoboken, Hudson County, New Jersey
Died: 12 Mar 1708at:
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Mother:
Spouses: Daniel Jacobse VAN WINKLE

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Samuel WELLS Jr. / Rebecca POPE


Husband: Samuel WELLS Jr.

Born: 1754[3412] at: Stafford County, Virginia
Married: at:
Died: 1835at: Missouri
Father: Samuel WELLS Sr.
Mother: Ann FARROW
Spouses: Rebecca POPE , Mary SPEER , Margaret Audrain HOFFMAN
Notes: [3411]

Wife: Rebecca POPE

Born: ABT 1760at: Virginia
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Samuel WELLS Jr.

CHILDREN

Name: Samuel WELLS III
Born: 1784at:
Married: at:
Died: 1859at:
Spouses: Mary KEARNEY

Name: Rebecca WELLS
Born: 1788at:
Married: 23 May 1811at: Jefferson County, Kentucky
Died: 1853at:
Spouses: Nathan HEALD

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[3411] From Jefferson County, KY Marriages:
James Hardin, Bondsman, Samuel Wells
Witness, Will Johnston
Wells, Margaret, Lawful Age
7 Jun 1785

Samuel Wells, Bondsman Moses Spear
Witness, Ja-- Quartermas and T. or Jo. Newkirk
Spear, Mary
30 Dec 1781

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Re: William H Wells/Little Turtle
Posted by: Kathleen Wells-Fry Date: December 08, 1999 at 08:55:05
In Reply to: William H Wells/Little Turtle by Pam Shelton #2676 of 6398
Col Samuel Wells. Could you tell me who he married. and if they lived in Ohio. Thank you
Kathy

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Re: William H Wells/Little Turtle
Posted by: Orin R. WellsDate: September 09, 2000 at 09:50:29
In Reply to: Re: William H Wells/Little Turtle by Kathleen Wells-Fry 4488 of 6398

Col/General Samuel Wells was the son of Capt. Samuel Wells. He was born in 1754. He married 1) Mary Spears and 2) Margaret A. (Audrain) Hoffman. Born in Virginia, Col. Samuel Wells lived most of his life in Kentucky but moved later to Missouri. He never lived in Ohio.

[3413] Type: Hunted

[3414] Type: Jury

[3412] [S503] My Family Research

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Gilbert FitzRichard DE CLARE / Adeliza DE CLERMONT


Husband: Gilbert FitzRichard DE CLARE

Born: ABT 1069at: Tonbridge, County Kent, England
Married: ABT 1090at:
Died: 1117at:
Father: Richard (of Tonbridge And Clare) FITZGILBERT
Mother: Rohese GIFFARD
Spouses: Adeliza DE CLERMONT

Wife: Adeliza DE CLERMONT

Born: ABT 1074at: Of Clarmont, Beavais, France
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Gilbert FitzRichard DE CLARE

CHILDREN

Name: Rose DE CLARE
Born: at:
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Adeliza (Alice) DE CLARE
Born: ABT 1094at: Of, County Essex, England
Married: at:
Died: ABT 1163at: St. Osyth's Priory, County Essex, England
Spouses: Alberic (Aubrey II) VERE

Name: Richard FitzGilbert DE CLARE
Born: ABT 1098at:
Married: at:
Died: 1136at:
Spouses: Adeliz DE KEVELIOCK

Name: Gilbert FitzGilbert DE CLARE
Born: ABT 1100at:
Married: [15919] at:
Died: 6 Jan 1147[5998] at:
Spouses: Isabel DE BEAUMONT

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[5999] [S501] Charlemagne's Descendants, Vol III

[5998] [S501] Charlemagne's Descendants, Vol III

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Living / Living


Husband: Living

Born: at:
Married: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Living

Wife: Living

Born: at:
Died: at:
Father: Verl Dean MCDONALD
Mother: Living
Spouses: Living

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Name: Living
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