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Thomas Mathews

 




Husband Thomas Mathews



 
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1 F Tanglwst



 
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       Spouse: Thomas ap William John (      -      )




General Notes: Husband - Thomas Mathews


of Gare, Co. Glamorgan
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George Washington Murray and Sallie J. Matthews

 




Husband George Washington Murray



 
         Born: 23 Oct 1854 - Alamance County, North Carolina
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         Died: 1 Mar 1914 - Alamance County
       Buried:  - Pine Hill cemetery, Burlington, NC



 
       Father: Joseph Rainey Murray (Abt 1816-1876)
       Mother: Celia Danieley (1816-1903)



 
     Marriage: 2 Sep 1883 - Alamance County, NC

 
 Other Spouse: Nancy Hawks (      -      )

Events

1. Occupation: Carpenter.




Wife Sallie J. Matthews



 
         Born: 27 Sep 1857
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         Died: 30 Jun 1891 - bur Pine Hill cemetery, Burlington, NC
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General Notes: Husband - George Washington Murray


died Bronchial pneumonia
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John Vaughan and Elizabeth Laetitia Jane Maude

 




Husband John Vaughan



 
         Born: 31 Mar 1757 - Llanfihangel, Aberbythych, Carmarthenshire, Wales
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         Died: 1804 - Carmarthenshire, Wales
       Buried: 30 Jan 1804 - Llanfihangel, Aberbythych, Carmarthenshire, Wales



 
       Father: Richard Vaughan (1723-1780)
       Mother: Margaret Elizabeth Phillips (      -1766)



 
     Marriage: 16 Jun 1781 - St. Andrew, Clifton, Gloucestshire, England



Wife Elizabeth Laetitia Jane Maude



 
         Born: 1757
   Christened: 
         Died: 1796 - Carmarthenshire, Wales
       Buried: 7 May 1796 - Llanfihangel, Aberbythych, Carmarthenshire, Wales



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General Notes: Husband - John Vaughan


The story/rumor goes that young John arranged to make a grand tour of the Continent with his friend John Campbell, of Scotland, afterwards created Baron Cawdor. Under those circumstances it was customary for the two friends to make wills, each bequeathing the sum total of his possessions to his friend and travelling companion. This was done in order to prevent delay and seizure of property by foreign officials in the event of one or other of the travellers dying suddenly whilst abroad . The canny Scot did not destroy John Vaughan's will upon his return to England and then, produced it when John Vaughan died intestate in 1804, thereby inheriting the Vaughan estates of in excess of 50,000 acres, to the exclusion of John's surviving half sister, Mrs. Susannah Watkins.

MP from Carmarthen 1779-1784. His biography in "The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1754-1790", ed. L. Namier, J. Brooke., 1964, is as follows:
Family and Education

b. c.1752, 1st s. of Richard Vaughan of Golden Grove by his 1st w. Margaret, da. and h. of Charles Phillips of Llanelly. educ. L. Inn 1771. m. 16 June 1781, Elizabeth Letitia, da. of Sir Cornwallis Maude, 3rd Bt., s.p. suc. fa. 1781.
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Ld. lt. Carm. 1780- d.
Biography

John Vaughan was one of the largest landowners in Carmarthenshire, and was returned unopposed in 1779 and 1780. His first recorded vote was with Opposition for an account of pensions, 21 Feb. 1780; but he voted with Administration on the abolition of the Board of Trade, 13 Mar. 1780, Dunning's motion, 6 Apr. 1780, and the motion against prorogation, 24 Apr. 1780. Classed by Robinson in his survey for the general election as a Government supporter, he was one of the first to leave them during the crucial divisions of 1782: in that of 20 Feb. his vote is uncertain, but in all the others he was against Administration. He voted for Shelburne's peace preliminaries, 18 Feb. 1783; was classed by Robinson in March as 'doubtful'; did not vote on Fox's East India bill; and in Stockdale's list of 19 Mar. 1784 appears as 'absent'. He did not stand in 1784. There is no record of his having spoken in the House.

He died 19 Jan. 1804. He had the reputation of an eccentric. He bequeathed his estates to John Campbell, 1st Baron Cawdor, his companion on the grand tour, but no relation. 'He has left several natural children in the neighbourhood', wrote the Gentleman's Magazine (1804, p. 687), 'without the smallest provision for either of them.'


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Laetitia Jane Maude


daughter of Cornwallis-Maud, Lord Montalt in Ireland
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Tewdrw Mawr

 




Husband Tewdrw Mawr



 
         Born: 1015 - Dynevor, Carmarthenshire, Wales
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1 M Rhys Ap Tudur Mawr Ap Einion, King of Wales 1



 
         Born: Between 999 and 1000
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         Died: 1090 - Near Brecon, aged 90
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       Spouse: Gwladys Verch Rhiwallon Ap Cynfyn (      -      ) 2



2 F Elinore



 
         Born: Abt 1060
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       Spouse: Bleddyn ap Maenarch (Abt 1045-1092)




General Notes: Husband - Tewdrw Mawr


King of South Wales
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Horace H. Morley and Grace Maybee

 




Husband Horace H. Morley



 
         Born: 13 Jan 1857 - Hancock, Delaware, New York
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         Died: 17 Mar 1955 - Warren, Warren, Pennsylvania
       Buried: 20 Mar 1955 - Barnes Cemetery, Barnes, Warren, Pennsylvania



 
       Father: William Morley (Abt 1827-After 1880)
       Mother: Julia Sands (1830-1865)



 
     Marriage: 17 Nov 1878 - Cannonsville, Delaware, New York

 
 Other Spouse: Grace Morley (      -      )



Wife Grace Maybee



 
         Born: Abt 1857 - New York
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         Died: 12 Apr 1889 - New York
       Buried: 1889 - Hancock, Delaware, New York



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1 F Grace Augusta Morley



 
         Born: 27 Jun 1880 - Pennsylvania
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         Died: 21 Mar 1974 - Elizabeth, Union, New Jersey
       Buried: 25 Mar 1974 - Newman Cemetery, Great Bend, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
 



2 M Howard James Morley



 
         Born: 3 Dec 1882 - Hancock, Delaware, New York
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         Died: 23 May 1946 - Sheffield, Warren, Pennsylvania
       Buried: 26 May 1946 - Sheffield, Warren, Pennsylvania
 



3 F Eugenia Isabel Morley



 
         Born: 4 Jan 1884
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         Died: 23 Nov 1956
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4 M Ralph Stanley Morley



 
         Born: 19 Aug 1887 - Hancock, Delaware, New York
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         Died: 25 Dec 1971 - Johnson City, Broome, New York
       Buried: 29 Dec 1971 - Glenwood Cemetery, Afton, Chenango, New York
 




General Notes: Husband - Horace H. Morley


Worked on oil wells and logging teams. Was said to be a heavy drinker. He died at the Brennan-Root Nursing Home.


General Notes: Wife - Grace Maybee


Was a school teacher. Died during childbirth. Supposedly husband wa s drinking instead of going for the doctor.


General Notes: Child - Grace Augusta Morley


At one time she tried to research family tree in hope of finding rich ancestors. Charles Woodruff remembers her remarking during the Vietnam War that we wouldn't be in that mess if Teddy Roosevelt was president. She died in St. Elizabeth's Hospital of pneumonia.


General Notes: Child - Howard James Morley


It is said he mourned himself to death after his son, Fred, was killed in World War II while the official cause is listed as tuberculosis . He died at home at 324 S. Main Street.


General Notes: Child - Ralph Stanley Morley


He served in the U.S. Navy from 1907 to 1911, aboard the USS Des Moines. He owned a farm near North Colesville, Broome County, NY from 1917 to 1964. He was Town Supervisor for the Town of Colesville from 1942 to 1948. Marjorie Craig said he hated alcohol. He blamed his mother's death during childbirth partly on his father's drinking when he delayed going to get a doctor for her . Ralph died from complications from a stroke after falling and breaking his hip on Sep. 13 , 1971 .


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John Murray and Margaret Mayes

 




Husband John Murray



 
         Born: Abt 1731 - of Lancaster Co., PA
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       Father: William Murray (1690-1773)
       Mother: Isabella Lindley (1694-Bef 1773)



 
     Marriage: 29 Dec 1762 - Dauphine Co., PA



Wife Margaret Mayes



 
         Born: Abt 1730 - of Lancaster Co., PA
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1 M William Murray



 
         Born: 6 Sep 1764 - Paxtang, Dauphin Co., Pa.
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2 F Margaret Murray



 
         Born: 5 May 1770 - Paxtang, Dauphin Co., Pa.
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3 F Rebecca Murray



 
         Born: 19 Oct 1774 - Paxtang, Dauphin Co., Pa.
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General Notes: Child - William Murray


Children
William Murray birth b: 6 Sep 1764 in Paxtang,Dauphin Co. Pa.
Margaret Murray birth b: 5 Feb 1770 in Paxtang,Dauphin Co. Pa.
Rebecca Murray birth b: 19 Oct 1774 in Paxtang


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William McAdams and Elizabeth Patton

 




Husband William McAdams



 
         Born: Jun 1857
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     Marriage: Abt 1894 - Alamance County, NC



Wife Elizabeth Patton



 
         Born: Jul 1866 - Alamance County, NC
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       Father: George Patton (1823-1897)
       Mother: Martha Catherine Murray (1829-1902)





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1 M Herbert McAdams



 
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2 M Dewey McAdams



 
         Born: Sep 1898
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3 M Claud H. McAdams



 
         Born: Jan 1900
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John Newton Murray and Rebecca McCrary

 




Husband John Newton Murray



 
         Born: Abt 1820 - Buncombe Co., NC
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         Died: After Jun 1863 - Pea Ridge, AR.
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       Father: Thomas Alexander Murray (1779-      )
       Mother: Sarah Seawood (1783-      )



 
     Marriage: 1844 - Buncombe Co., NC



Wife Rebecca McCrary



 
         Born: 28 Mar 1827 - Buncombe Co., NC
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1 M Wm. Silas Pinckney Murray



 
         Born: 13 Mar 1847 - Murrayville, Buncombe Co., NC
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         Died: 26 Feb 1940 - Bowie Co., TX
       Buried:  - Springhill Cem., Bowie Co., TX
 




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Samuel Edward Sands and Eliza McGaw

 




Husband Samuel Edward Sands



 
         Born: 3 May 1853 - New York
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       Father: William E. Sands (1795-1872)
       Mother: Percilla Thomas (1810-1877)



 
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Wife Eliza McGaw



 
         Born: 1857 - New York
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         Died: 1896
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1 M Horace Cason Sands



 
         Born: Dec 1876
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2 M Ervin Sands



 
         Born: Abt 1879
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General Notes: Husband - Samuel Edward Sands


Listed on 1880 U.S. census for Hancock, Delaware, NY as a 27 year old farmer.


General Notes: Child - Horace Cason Sands


Listed as a farmer in 1900 census with wife Jennie, born Jan. 1871, in Penna.
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Arthur Max Potters and Sidnie McGregor

 




Husband Arthur Max Potters



 
         Born: 5 Aug 1900 - Barmen, Germany
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         Died: 20 Dec 1970 - Palm Beach, Fl
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       Father: Ernst Poetters (1866-1937)
       Mother: Unknown (      -Abt 1900)



 
     Marriage: After 1964

 
 Other Spouse: Irene V. Schleicher (Abt 1901-      ) - 1918 - New Jersey

 
 Other Spouse: Anna E. (      -      ) - Bef 1930 - Queens, New York

 
 Other Spouse: Marguerite Lockwood Thompson (1909-      ) - Apr 1956 - Palm Beach County, FL



Wife Sidnie McGregor



 
         Born: 4 Mar 1922 - Ohio
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         Died: 17 Oct 2008
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General Notes: Husband - Arthur Max Potters


Arrived on May 17, 1904 at Ellis Island on the Zeeland from Antwerp, Belgium. See entry for brother Rudolph regarding Potters Industries.

 

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Sources


1 j e griffiths pedigrees of anglesey and caernarvonshire families, j e griffiths, 301.

2 Griffith J.E. Pedigrees of Anglesey and Caernarvonshire families, 254.


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