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Mathews, Peter
Mathews, Peter
Peter Mathews was born about 1770 in Orange county New York. Around 1790, he probably migrated to Elmira, Chemung county New York with other members of his family. That may be the place where he met and married Rebecca Birney, daughter of Henry Birney and Rachel Shears. 
 
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Mathews, Sarah
Mathews, Sarah
Mathews family genealogies don't usually include the name of Sarah among the children of David Mathews and Sarah Seymour. She is included in this database as a new possibility. The evidence of her existence is minimal, but worth considering.
 
 
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Mathews, Vincent
Mathews, Vincent
Vincent Mathews records from 1709 to 1790. PDF 
 
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Mathews, Vincent
Mathews, Vincent
The Mathews Family An Excerpt from The journal of the Reverend Silas Constant, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Yorktown, New York . . PDF 
 
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Mathews, Vincent
Mathews, Vincent
Will of Vincent Mathews; written 12 Mar 1783 and probated 21 Jun 1784; Liber 37,pg 21. PDF 
 
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Mathews, Vincent
Mathews, Vincent
Much has been written about General Vincent Mathews, "Father of the bar of Western New York". He was born in 1766, son of James Mathews and Hannah Strong of Orange county New York. In 1791 he was married to his cousin, Juliana Strong . .  
 
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Mathews, Vincent
Mathews, Vincent
Vincent Mathews, born about 1775, is the son of David Mathews and Sarah Seymour. Family sources suggest that Vincent Mathews married Ann Ross, and served as a Customs Agent in Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas.
 
 
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Mathews, William Tryon
Mathews, William Tryon
William Tryon Mathews presents rather a mystery in the Mathews family. He was probably one of the older sons of David Mathews and Sarah Seymour . . .
 
 
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Metcalfe, James
Metcalfe, James
Will of James Metcalfe; written 11 June 1697; proved 26 October 1697 Barbados and 9 January 1698 in Philadelphia.  
 
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Obituary - Hannah Mathews Towar
Obituary - Hannah Mathews Towar
Mrs Hannah M Towar, 103 years old, and believed to have been Detroit's oldest resident, died Wednesday morning in her home . . . 1916.
 
 
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Patteson, Alfred
Patteson, Alfred
Very little is known about the first Alfred S Patteson. Son of Nelson Patteson and Rebecca Markham, his name and date of birth appear in the Bible of Nelson Patteson . .  
 
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Patteson, Bernard Markham
Patteson, Bernard Markham
Bernard Markham Patteson was born on the ninth of December 1791 in Cumberland county Virginia. He was a middle son of Nelson Patteson and Rebecca Markham . . Following the War, Bernard Markham Patteson was married to Nancy A Neal on the 4th of July 1815 in Pulaski, Giles county Tennessee.  
 
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Patteson, Bernard Markham
Patteson, Bernard Markham
Timeline of Records: Bernard Markham Patteson 
 
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Patteson, Catherine 'Kitty'
Patteson, Catherine "Kitty"
Catherine "Kitty" Patteson was born on the 20th of November 1789 in Cumberland county Virginia. She was the daughter of Nelson Patteson and Rebecca Markham. Upon reaching her eighteenth birthday, Kitty was married to Charles Neilson. 
 
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Patteson, James
Patteson, James
James Patteson was born 29 February 1784, probably in Cumberland county Virginia . . first born son of Nelson Patteson and Rebecca Markham . . Shortly after his family's move to Tennessee he "set out to seek his fortune in the lead mines of Missouri Territory." . . 1815, he married Sarah McCormack in Giles county Tennessee. 
 
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Patteson, James
Patteson, James
The Bill of Complaint of James Nelson Patteson, Administrator of James Patteson, deceased, Bernard M Patteson, Alonzo Flournoy and wife Mary vs. David Maxwell, JC Leftwich and David Cox citizens of Giles County Tennessee; 1866. 
 
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Patteson, James
Patteson, James
Timeline of Records: James Patteson 
 
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Patteson, Nelson
Patteson, Nelson
. . The inscription on the family monument reads: Nelson A Patteson, son of Nelson and Rebecca Patteson, born 1 Jul 1795, died 22 Dec 1814, aged 19 years, 5 months, 21 days. 
 
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Randolph, Family
Randolph, Family
The Randolph family had significant property holdings in Virginia, including Warwick plantation that adjoined John Markham . . . John Markham became Steward (Agent) to Randolph's Warwick Plantation.  
 
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Regnier, Jacob
Regnier, Jacob
Will of Jacob Regnier; written 8 November 1714; proved 20 November 1714; New York County, NY Will Book vol. 8 page 363.
 
 
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Robinson, Edward
Robinson, Edward
Will of Edward Robinson of Philadelphia, merchant, written 7 Sept 1699, proved 4 Nov 1699. 
 
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Sharpas, William
Sharpas, William
William Sharpas served as town clerk of New York City for more than forty-five years . . . was among the witnesses to the Wills of my 8x-greatgrandparents, Peter Mathews (1717, 1719) and his wife Bridget (1721, 1722).
 
 
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Smith, Ballard
Smith, Ballard
Ballard Smith has often been shown with a birth year of 1774, but Davis family records indicate that he was born 18 Aug 1782 in Chesterfield county, Virginia. He was the son of Francis Smith Jr and Catherine Markham . . He was married to Mary "Polly" Gray Davis on 20 Dec 1808. 
 
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Smith, Catherine 'Katy'
Smith, Catherine "Katy"
Catherine Markham Smith, named after her mother and grandmother, was probably born about 1775 in Chesterfield county, Virginia. She was the daughter of Francis Smith Jr and Catherine Markham . . She married Hickman Spiller, 1797.  
 
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Smith, Francis
Smith, Francis
Revolutionary War Pension (Abstact); Francis Smith; Virginia Line; R9732; BLW #2074-200-26; Apr 1798. 
 
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Smith, Francis
Smith, Francis
Timeline of Records: Francis Smith and Catherine Markham 
 
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Smith, Francis
Smith, Francis
Will of Francis Smith; written 12 May 1833; Chesterfield county Virginia Probate Records; Book 12, pg 505. 
 
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Smith, Francis
Smith, Francis
When Francis Smith III died in 1841, his daughter indicated that he was 69 years of age. This would place his birth around 1772, in Chesterfield county Virginia. He was the son of Francis Smith Jr and Catherine Markham . . Identifications such as attorney-at-law, millionaire, and salt mine owner, give the impression that he was well educated and successful. 
 
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Smith, Rebecca
Smith, Rebecca
Rebecca Smith was born about 1770 in Chesterfield county Virginia. She may have been the first born child of Francis Smith and Catherine Markham, and the family called her Becky . . Rebecca Smith did not marry, and it is likely that she remained in her father's home, keeping house for him.  
 
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Smith, Rebecca
Smith, Rebecca
Timeline of Records: Rebecca Smith 
 
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Smith, Rebecca
Smith, Rebecca
Will of Rebecca Smith; Written 1 Oct 18?? Proved 14 Oct 1850 in Chesterfield county Virginia. 
 
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Traylor, Archer
Traylor, Archer
Timeline of Records: Archer Traylor and Judith Markham 
 
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Traylor, Archer
Traylor, Archer
Will of Archer Traylor; Chesterfield County Virginia; written 15 November 1825; probated Dec 1825 (?1826) 
 
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Traylor, Archer
Traylor, Archer
Archer Traylor jr, son of Archer Traylor and Judith Markham, was born about 1787 in Chesterfield county Virginia. His identity remains "confused" . . research is continuing on his wives and children.
 
 
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Traylor, Archer
Traylor, Archer
Timeline for Archer Traylor jr
 
 
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Traylor, Archer jr
Traylor, Archer jr
A Letter from the War Department, responding to a request by Mrs Harry M Howard, 1937. Related to the Military Service of Archer Traylor jr.
 
 
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Traylor, Bernard B
Traylor, Bernard B
Timeline for Bernard B Traylor.
 
 
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Traylor, Catherine
Traylor, Catherine
Catherine Markham Traylor was born on the 1st of May 1780. Her father, Captain Archer Traylor had served with Virginia during the Revolutionary War . . on the 14th of April 1806 she was married to John Robertson in Chesterfield county Virginia.  
 
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Traylor, Joseph
Traylor, Joseph
Will of Joseph Traylor, 1777 Chesterfield county Virginia.
 
 
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Traylor, Judith
Traylor, Judith
Judith Traylor was probably born 1790-1795 in Chesterfield county Virginia. She was the daughter of Archer Traylor and Judith Markham . . She was married to William P Burton on the 22nd of April 1819. 
 
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Traylor, Judith Markham
Traylor, Judith Markham
Timeline for Judith Markham Traylor and Abram W Mann, her husband.
 
 
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Traylor, Mary
Traylor, Mary
Mary Traylor was born about 1784 in Chesterfield county Virginia, daughter of Archer Traylor and Judith Markham . . In 1805 Mary Traylor was married to Henry Cox, son of Henry Cox sr and Elizabeth Chappell. 
 
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Traylor, Thomas Mathews
Traylor, Thomas Mathews
Thomas Mathews Traylor was born about 1793, youngest son of Archer Traylor and Judith Markham . . After the war Thomas Traylor may have removed to the bustling city of Petersburg Virginia. He was married there to Elizabeth Kid Geddy on the 8th of May 1823. 
 
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Vesey, William
Vesey, William
William Vesey, first rector of New York's Trinity Church, serving from 1697 until his death in 1746 . . . to demonstrate his relationship to Governor Benjamin Fletcher, and to my 8xgreat-grandfather Peter Mathews, who served from time to time on the vestry of Trinity Church during Vesey's tenure.
 
 
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Vincent, Abigail
Vincent, Abigail
Records for Abigail Vincent, 1596 - 1664. 
 
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Vincent, Daniel
Vincent, Daniel
. . my best effort at transcribing the Will of Daniel Vincent, Leatherseller of London, written in March 1635, and recorded 4 April 1636. PDF 
 
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Vincent, Daniel
Vincent, Daniel
Records for Daniel Vincent 1598 - 1636. 
 
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Vincent, Henry
Vincent, Henry
Vincent Family - The Visitation of London: Anno Domini 1633, 1634, and 1635. Transcription, with bracketed notes, by Pamela Hutchison Garrett, July 2015. PDF 
 
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Vincent, Henry
Vincent, Henry
Records for Henry Vincent and his wife Dorcus Charke, 1590 - 1650.
 
 
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White, Marion A
White, Marion A
Marion A White was born in 1844 in Giles county Tennessee. She was one of the younger children of James K White and Judith Virginia Burch . . Marion White made her way to Nashville, Tennessee. She was married there to Isaac D George in 1871, when she was about age twenty-seven. 
 

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