Wood Kemble Donne Sands Hart Murray Trail

 


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Antonio Brosa and Margaret Ethel Dallas

 




Husband Antonio Brosa



 
         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
 
     Marriage: 1926



Wife Margaret Ethel Dallas



 
         Born: 1892
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



 
       Father: Francis Henry Dallas (      -      )
       Mother: Ethel Jane Santley (1866-      )





Children



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John Henry Trail and Emily Jane Brown

 




Husband John Henry Trail



 
         Born: 29 May 1878 - Maiden Springs, Tazewell Co., VA
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 1923 and 1930 - Tazewell Co., Va.
       Buried: 



 
       Father: 
       Mother: Nancy J. Trail (Abt 1844-      )



 
     Marriage: 25 May 1904 - Smyth County, Virginia



Wife Emily Jane Brown



 
         Born: Jun 1889 - Tazewell County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 Jan 1960 - Bluefield, Tazewell County, Virginia
       Buried: 11 Jan 1960 - Maple Hill Cemetery, Tazewell, Tazewell County, Virginia



Children


1 F Margaret "Maggie" Trail



 
         Born: 8 Jan 1906 - Maiden Springs, Tazewell County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 Dec 1979 - Saltville, Smyth County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Harris Family Cemetery, Tazewell, Tazewell County, Virginia
 
       Spouse: William Deck Harris (1890-1964)
         Marr: 15 Apr 1923 - North Halston, Smyth County, Virginia



2 M Rufus L. Trail



 
         Born: Abt 1908 - Smyth County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 Jun 1994 - Tazewell, Tazewell County, Virginia
       Buried: 
 
       Spouse: Sarah Elizabeth Hogston (Abt 1911-1975)



3 F Nannie Olive Trail



 
         Born: Abt 1912 - Tazewell County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
 
       Spouse: Melvin Osborne (      -      )



4 M Joseph Edward Trail



 
         Born: 1912 - Tazewell County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 Jan 1956 - Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland
       Buried: 
 
       Spouse: Maggie M. VanDyke (1915-      )
         Marr: 8 Oct 1932 - Tazewell County, VA



5 F Annie E. Trail



 
         Born: Abt 1915 - Tazewell County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
 
       Spouse: UNKNOWN Krump (      -      )



6 M Melvin C. Trail



 
         Born: Mar 1920 - Tazewell County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Nov 1943 - North Africa
       Buried: 
 



7 M William "Bill" H. Trail



 
         Born: Abt 1922 - Maiden Springs, Tazewell Co., VA
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
 



8 F Mattie Pearl Trail



 
         Born: Abt 1923
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 Dec 1990 - Bluefield, Tazewell County, Virginia
       Buried: 12 Dec 1990 - Maple Hill Cemetery, Tazewell, Tazewell County, Virginia
 
       Spouse: Clarence Lee Hughes (Abt 1919-2001)




General Notes: Husband - John Henry Trail


John Henry and Rush are twins


General Notes: Wife - Emily Jane Brown


Obit: Clinch Valley News, Tazewell County, Virginia
15 January 1960 issue

Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, Virginia
10 January 196 0 issue


General Notes: Child - Margaret "Maggie" Trail


Obit: Clinch Valley News, Tazewell County, Virginia
12 December 1979 issue


General Notes: Child - Rufus L. Trail


According to the 1930 Census, his mother and 5 Trail brothers and sisters, and uncle Rush Trail were all living on his farm in Jeffersonville, Tazewell Co., Va.


General Notes: Child - Joseph Edward Trail


Obit: Clinch Valley News, Tazewell County, Virginia
27 January 1956 issue


General Notes: Child - Melvin C. Trail


Obit: Clinch Valley News, Tazewell County, Virginia
19 November 1943 issue


General Notes: Child - Mattie Pearl Trail


Obit: Clinch Valley News, Tazewell County, Virginia
12 December 1990 issue
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George Irving Brown and Rachel Fanny Sands

 




Husband George Irving Brown



 
         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
 
     Marriage: 26 Dec 1884 - New York 1



Wife Rachel Fanny Sands



 
         Born: 23 May 1858 - Orient, Long Island 1
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



 
       Father: Elisha Sands (1830-1868)
       Mother: Mary Wilton (1829-1874)





Children



General Notes: Wife - Rachel Fanny Sands


In 1880 she and her sister Isabella were living with her uncle, Richard Wilton, a Practical Enginere, in Manhattan, according to the Census
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Elisha Sands and Hannah H. Brown

 




Husband Elisha Sands



 
         Born: 23 Mar 1792
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 Sep 1860 - Rye, NY
       Buried:  - Brown Burial Ground, Indian Field Rd., Rye, NY

Probate  Will


 
       Father: Edward Sands (1759-1807)
       Mother: Jane Hart (1763-1831)



 
     Marriage: 7 Apr 1836 - Mariners Church, Roosevelt St. Manhattan

Events

1. Occupation: Teacher (1843) Late Publisher, Bookseller on Cherry St (1844-1852) Farmer in Rye (1860).




Wife Hannah H. Brown



 
         Born: 22 Sep 1801
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 Apr 1885 - Rye, NY
       Buried:  - Brown Burial Ground, Indian Field Rd., Rye, NY


Probate


 
       Father: John Brown (      -      )
       Mother: Elizabeth (      -      )





Children


1 M Henry Sands



 
         Born: 12 Jul 1842
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 Nov 1842
       Buried:  - Brown Burial Ground, Indian Field Rd., Rye, NY
 



2 M Oscar A. Sands



 
         Born: 23 Jan 1847
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 Aug 1868 - Rye, NY
       Buried:  - Brown Burial Ground, Indian Field Rd., Rye, NY
 




General Notes: Husband - Elisha Sands


was a private in 1 Regiment (Dodge's) NY Militia in the War of 1812. He was probably named after his mother's younger brother Elisha. He inherited his father’s house on the corner of James & Oak St and improved the property, adding an office for his nephew Edward Sand's druggist business.  He, also, helped his brother Hart , financially , for the support of Hart’s kids.
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John Budd and Katherine Brown

 




Husband John Budd



 
         Born: Abt 1600 - England
   Christened: 
         Died: 1670 - Rye Neck
       Buried: 
 
     Marriage: 



Wife Katherine Brown 2



 
         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: After 15 Oct 1669
       Buried: 



Children


1 M John Budd



 
         Born: 1625 - White Chapel, Middlesex, England
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 Nov 1684 - Southold, Long Island, NY
       Buried: 
 
       Spouse: Mary Horton (1622-After 1684)
         Marr: Bef 1644



2 M Joseph Budd



 
         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 1722
       Buried: 
 



3 F Judith Budd



 
         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
 



4 F Jane Budd



 
         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
 




General Notes: Husband - John Budd


John sailed out of London on the Hector in May 1637. He arrived in Boston on June 26, 1637. Many people from this ship were the initial settlors of New Haven, Ct. about 1639. Most of these settlers were Puritan. Budd followed Rev. John Youngs to Southold, Long Island when it was founded as a Puritan settlement and part of Connecticut in 1640.

In reaction to the arrival of Quakers from England New Haven officials instituted an Oath about 1658 that all residents would have to sign to adhere to Puritan faith. About 1600 Captain John Youngs, son of Reverend Youngs, took John Budd to court for saying things in defense of Quakers (Records of the Colony or Jurisdiction of New Haven from May 1653 to the Union by Charles J. Hoadley, 1858 pages 412-415). About this time Budd left for Rye without signing the oath.

In Rye he joined Peter Disbrow, John Coe and Thomas Stedwell in purchasing land from the Mohican Indians. Peter Disbrow was their leader. Peter and his brother, Henry, operated a ferry from Oyster Bay, where Henry lived, to Manussing Island in Rye in 1659. Peter was a resident of Grenwich Ct. They began purchasing land in 1660 and started the settlement that same year on Manussing Island. Budd made his first purchase in 1661 of land bounded on one side by Stony Brook and on the other by what is now called Beaver Swamp Brook and including Budd's Neck, which is on the north side of Mamaroneck Harbor, which land he sought to keep for his persnal use.

The group made several other purchases. By the time they were through, they held deeds for land that covered the towns of present day Rye, Harrison, much of North Castle and Bedford and parts of Greenwich, Ct.

The colony was part of Connecticut, there being nothing but wilderness south for 10 miles to the fledling settlement at Ann's Hook (named after Ann Hutchinson - now known as Rodman's Neck - part of Pelham Bay Park). This settlement of Thomas Pell was in current day Bronx.

The only other European settlement in 1660 in what is current day Westchester was a saw mill constructed by Adrien van der Donck near where the Saw Mill River enters the Hudson river in present day Yonkers. Van der Donck acquired a large tract of Southern Westchester and the Bronx bounded on the east by the Bronx River in 1645, but did nott actually live in current day Westchester County. His farm was located at what, in present day, is Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx. He is thought to have been killed by Indians during the Peach Tree War of 1655. His Colen-Donck estate was purchased and developed by Frederick Philipse, who acquired it after the English takeover of the Dutch colony in 1664. For more on Budd see attached.


General Notes: Wife - Katherine Brown


She was still alive when her husband wrote his will on October 15, 1669.
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John Vaughan 3rd Earl of Carbery and Mary Brown

 




Husband John Vaughan 3rd Earl of Carbery



 
         Born: Abt 1639
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 Jan 1714
       Buried: 



 
       Father: Richard Vaughan 2nd Earl of Carbery (Abt 1600-1686)
       Mother: Frances Altham (Abt 1621-1650)



 
     Marriage: 

 
 Other Spouse: Anne Savile (1663-1690) - 10 Aug 1682

Events

1. Baptism: 8 Jul 1639.




Wife Mary Brown



 
         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



Children



General Notes: Husband - John Vaughan 3rd Earl of Carbery


According to a summary of the Cawdor Vaughan muniments held by the Carmarthenshire Archive Service (ref. code GB 0211 CAWDOR), John, in addition to being the 3rd Early of Carbury, was Baron Vaughan of Emlyn. He served as MP for the Carmarthen boroughs, 1661-1679 and for Carmarthenshire, 1679-1681 and 1685-1687. He was Governor of Jamaica from 1674 -1678. He died without male issue and his heir, his only daughter Lady Anne Vaughan died in 1751 without issue. At this point the estate passed to a distant cousin John Vaughan (1693-1765) of Shefield and Ty'n coed.

His biography in "The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1660-1690", ed. B.D. Henning, 1983, is as follows:
Family and Education

bap. 18 July 1639, 4th but 1st surv. s. of Richard Vaughan†, 2nd Earl of Carbery [I], bro. of Hon. Altham Vaughan and Francis Vaughan, Lord Vaughan. educ. privately (Dr Jeremy Taylor); Christ Church, Oxf. 1656; I. Temple 1658. m.(1) Mary (d. bef. Nov. 1672), da. of Humphrey Browne of Green Castle, Llangain, Carm., and h. to her bro. Christopher, s.p.; (2) 10 Aug. 1682 (with £10,000), Lady Anne Saville (d. Jan. 1690), da. of Sir George Savile, 1st Mq. of Halifax, 2s. d.v.p. 1da. KB 23 Apr. 1661; styled Lord Vaughan 7 Mar. 1667; suc. fa. as 3rd Earl of Carbery [I] and 2nd Baron Vaughan of Emlyn 3 Dec. 1686.
Offices Held

Commr. for militia, Carm. Mar. 1660, j.p. July 1660-d; dep. lt. Carm. c. Aug. 1660-?87, S. Wales 1685-?87; commr. for assessment, Carm. Aug. 1660-80, Carmarthen 1663-80, oyer and terminer, Wales 1661; member, council in the marches of Wales 1661-89; gov. Milford Haven 1686-?d.; custos rot. Carm. and Card. 1686-d.; common councilman, Carmarthen 1686-Oct. 1688; v.-adm. S. Wales 1689-d.1

Gent, of privy chamber 1661-?74; gov. of Jamaica 1674-8; ld. of Admiralty Apr.-May 1684, 1689-91.2

Col. of ft. 1673-4.

FRS 1685, pres. 1686-9.
Biography

At the general election of 1661 the dominance of Golden Grove in Carmarthenshire was so absolute that Vaughan and his elder brother took both seats. An inactive Member of the Cavalier Parliament, he was named to only 30 committees, including those concerned with the shortfall of revenue and the execution of those under attainder in 1661. As a young man, Vaughan had Quaker leanings, and was arrested at a meeting at Mile End Green in 1664. A man of some culture, he wrote verses, patronized the arts, and interested himself in mathematics, science, and navigation. But he was also 'one of the lewdest fellows of the age', who, according to Samuel Pepys, 'was heard to swear ... he would do my Lord Clarendon's business', and the lord chancellor himself referred to him as 'a person of as ill a face as fame, his looks and his manners both extreme bad'. He achieved prominence in the Commons only in the few months immediately after the fall of Clarendon, when he was named to the committees to examine restraints on juries, to report on the proceedings of Lord Mordaunt's impeachment, to reduce into heads the accusations against Clarendon and to draw up reasons for a conference. In the debates he seconded Sir Robert Howard in offering to prove that Clarendon had advised the King to dissolve Parliament and rule arbitrarily with a standing army. When the attack on the lord chancellor was on the point of collapse, Vaughan was prompted by Lisola, the Austrian ambassador, to introduce a further charge of betraying the King's secret councils to France during the second Dutch war, and secured a large majority for his impeachment. In February 1668, Vaughan was included by Pepys among the 'undertakers' who favoured supply, and Sir Thomas Osborne listed him among those Members engaged for the Court by the Duke of Buckingham in 1669. He commanded an English regiment which served with the French army in 1673-4. On 6 Nov. 1673 the French embassy reported that he had been retained in England during the autumn session, as he could be useful in Parliament, and he was included on the Paston list, but he was not reported as speaking. Nevertheless he was rewarded with the post of governor of Jamaica at a salary of £1,000 p.a. After his arrival early in 1675, it was said that he 'made haste to grow as rich as his government would let him'. He was in constant conflict with the deputy governor, the notorious adventurer Sir Henry Morgan, whose intrigues with the buccaneers threatened to endanger peace with France and Spain, which Vaughan had been instructed to preserve. He was shown as absent on the officials' list in 1675 and by Sir Richard Wiseman in 1676. Classed as 'thrice vile' by Shaftesbury in 1677, he was again noted as absent in the list of court supporters of 1678, though he had been superseded as governor in April by Lord Carlisle ( Charles Howard).

Although included in the 'unanimous club' of court supporters, Vaughan was elected for the county to the Exclusion Parliaments, and retained the seat till he succeeded to the peerage. He was marked 'vile' on Shaftesbury's list, but no committee work can be ascribed to him, and he was absent from the division on the first exclusion bill. Nevertheless, as a friend of Monmouth he was reckoned an exclusionist in 1681; but his second marriage probably brought him back to Court. In James II's Parliament he was appointed only to the committees for the bills for the parish of St. James Piccadilly, the recovery of tithes, and the prevention of clandestine marriages, and he was listed among the opposition. He was apparently removed from local office in 1687, and accepted the Revolution. In 1690 he was included among the government supporters in the Lords. He signed the Association in 1696 and was a member of the Whig Kit-Cat Club in Anne's reign. He died on 16 Jan. 1713 and was buried in Westminster Abbey. His daughter, who inherited an estate of £4,000 p.a., married the 3rd Duke of Bolton; but on her death without issue in 1751, Golden Grove reverted to a distant cousin, who sat for Carmarthenshire from 1745-1754.3
Ref Volumes: 1660-1690
Authors: Leonard Naylor / Geoffrey Jaggar

Notes

1.
Trans. Cymmrod. Soc. 1963, pp. 122, 135-6; CSP Dom. 1673-5, p. 116; 1685, p. 189; 1686-7, pp. 42, 163, 266; 1689-90, pp. 210, 246; Ind. 24557.
2.
Carlisle, Privy Chamber, 172.
3.
Pepys Diary, 16 Nov. 1667, 14 Feb. 1668; Foxcroft, Halifax, i. 362; Cal. Wynn Pprs. 378; Milward, 113-14, 337; Grey, v. 364; PRO31/3, bdle. 129, f. 84; HMC 7th Rep. 508; CSP Col. 1669-74, p. 616; 1677-80, p. 250; Trans. Cymmrod. Soc. 1963, pp. 130, 132-4; PRO31/3, bdle. 146, f. 28; Smith's Prot. Intell. 7 Mar. 1681; HMC Rutland, ii. 75.
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Monmouth Richard Downing Hart and Ora Elizabeth Brown

 




Husband Monmouth Richard Downing Hart



 
         Born: 17 Apr 1888 - Alexander Tp, Benton Co, MO
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 Oct 1972 - Lockesburgh, ARK
       Buried: 27 Oct 1972 - Lockesburg Cemetery, Lockesburgh, ARK



 
       Father: John Jay Hart (1841-1925)
       Mother: Alverda Virginia Kinnison (1844-1934)



 
     Marriage:  - Missouri



Wife Ora Elizabeth Brown



 
         Born: Abt 1890 - Benton County, Missouri
   Christened: 
         Died: Jul 1977 - Campbell, Santa Clara Co, CA
       Buried: 1977 - Oakhill Memorial Cemetary, San Jose, Santa Clara Co, CA



Children


1 M Monmouth Oscar Hart



 
         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
 
       Spouse: Lela Berniece Houston (1909-1983)




General Notes: Husband - Monmouth Richard Downing Hart


From Patricia Bresee Gilbert- This was found in my grandmother's (Edith Hart Bresee, daughter of Gedney Hart, Mon's brother)) papers just over a week ago by my Mom, Ruth Guthrie. My grandmother had typed this- it looks like Mon Hart's obit. -Pat Gilbert Mon Hart, Lockesburg, Ark, 1888-1972 Mon Hart of Lockesburg, Ark. died in a local hospital . Monmouth R.D. Hart, aged 83, retired resident of Lockesburg, died a t 2 am; Monday, Oct. 25, 1972, in DeQueen General hospital. Funeral services were held at 2 pm Wednesday, Oct 27 at Lockesburg Methodist Church with Rev. J.R. Callicott officiating. Burial was Lockesburg cemetery under direction of Wilkerson Funeral Home. He was born April 27 , 1888 at Warsaw, MO and lived a number of years at Lockesburg, where he was a retired merchant and member of the Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Gwen Hart of Lockesburg; one son O.M. Hart of Campbell, Calif. And a number of nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were Clifton Young, Delbert Ingram, R.T. Williams, Wayne Clay, Henry Smith, and Edward Baber. http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archi ves/mo/benton/vitals/ birth.txt for Birth Record


General Notes: Wife - Ora Elizabeth Brown


http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Mo/Benton?read=85 9. NOAH WEBSTER5 SWEARNGIN (STERLING4, WILLIAM3, VAN2, SAMUEL1) was born March 11, 1851 in Chariton County, MO, and died November 30, 1932 in Benton County, MO. He married (1) MARY CATHERINE MCCLURE September 21, 1877 in Dade Co., Mo. He married (2) FANNIE ELIZABETH BROWN June 01, 1884, daughter of John Brown and Martha Ford. (Uncle John and Aunt Mamie????) Mamie (female) > Margaret (female), Mary (female)
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Samuel Brown and Jane Sands

 




Husband Samuel Brown



 
         Born:  - of NYC
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
 
     Marriage: 

Events

1. Occupation: dealer in ready-made clothing, NYC.




Wife Jane Sands



 
         Born: 17 Oct 1797
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



 
       Father: Edward Sands (1759-1807)
       Mother: Jane Hart (1763-1831)





Children


1 F Catherine Brown



 
         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
 



2 F Mary Jane Brown



 
         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
 




General Notes: Child - Catherine Brown


died young
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Thomas Brown and Sarah "Salley" Murray

 




Husband Thomas Brown



 
         Born: Abt 1769 - Caswell County, NC
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 Aug 1855 - Caswell County, NC
       Buried:  - prob. Bush Arbor Cem, Caswell County, NC
 
     Marriage: 15 Dec 1795 - Orange County, NC



Wife Sarah "Salley" Murray



 
         Born: 22 Nov 1776 - Caswell County, NC
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 Aug 1845 - Caswell County, NC
       Buried:  - Bush Arbor, Yanceyville, Caswell, NC



 
       Father: James Murray (1747-1805)
       Mother: Susan Cantrell (1753-1791)





Children


1 F Martha "Mattie" Brown



 
         Born: Abt 1796 - Caswell County, NC
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1855
       Buried: 
 



2 F Mary "Polly" Brown



 
         Born: 21 Jan 1807 - Caswell County, NC
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 Feb 1868
       Buried:  - Massey Cemetery, Carroll County, TN
 



3 M Nathan Brown



 
         Born: 22 Feb 1809 - Caswell County, NC
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 Aug 1888 - Yanceyville, Caswell, NC
       Buried:  - Bush Arbor, Yanceyville, Caswell, NC
 



4 M James Brown



 
         Born: 1812
   Christened: 
         Died: Oct 1849 - Carroll County, TN
       Buried: 
 



5 F Sarah Brown



 
         Born: 1816 - Caswell County, NC
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1889
       Buried: 
 




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Herman Edward Richardson and Virginia Louise Brown

 




Husband Herman Edward Richardson



 
         Born: 17 Mar 1918
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 Feb 1960 - Harford, Maryland
       Buried: 



 
       Father: Roby John Franklin Richardson (1882-1957)
       Mother: Audie Auda Eller (1898-1970)



 
     Marriage: Abt 1935 - Virginia



Wife Virginia Louise Brown



 
         Born: 24 Sep 1917 - Grayson County, VA
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 Sep 2011 - Bel Air, Maryland
       Buried: 



Children


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Sources


1 Hand written family tree prepared by Charles V. Sands 1880.

2 Clarence Almon Torrey.


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