Geni – Sarah Scott (Ferguson) (1798-1888)- Blountsville

Sarah Scott (Ferguson) — Master Profile (Geni.com)
Gender: Female
Birth: January 11, 1798
Lincoln or Rutherford, North Carolina, United States
Death: September 13, 1888 (90)
Blountsville, Blount, Alabama, United States
Place of Burial: Old Siloam Cemetery, Blountsville, Blount, Alabama, United States

Immediate Family:
Daughter of Robert Ferguson, III and Abigail Ferguson
Wife of Thomas Scott
Mother of Rice Scott; Rachel Hood; Malinda Keen; Armanda Jane Choron; Mary “Polly Ann” Culbreath and 5 others
Sister of Eli Ferguson; Martin F. Ferguson; Elias Ferguson; Polly Ferguson; Jane Ferguson and 2 others

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MY Kinship connection —

Sarah “Sally” Scott (Ferguson) is your second cousin 6 times removed.

You (CAA)
Gerald Lee Abernathy  your father
Lee Abernathy
  his father
Luota Grant (Leota Mary Anne) Ferguson
  his mother
Robert Nathan Ferguson
  her father
Robert Marion Ferguson
  his father
Andrew Fitzpatrick Ferguson
  his father
Robert “Robin L.” Ferguson
  his father
William Ferguson
  his father
Robert Ferguson, II
  his brother
Robert Ferguson, III
  his son
Sarah “Sally” Scott (Ferguson)
  his daughter

[…more links on source site]

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Source: Geni – Sarah Scott (Ferguson) (1798-1888)- Blountsville

RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project: Descendants of Jurgen Heyl (Malinda Pasour – Pedigree)

Malinda Pasour b: ABT 1831 d: BET 1869 AND 1926

Source: RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project: Descendants of Jurgen Heyl

John Hill/Mildred Gilliam

Name: Sarah Hill
Born: 12 MAR 1744 at: Virginia
Married: 6 JUN 1765 at: Virginia
Died: ABT 1830 at: Person Co., North Carolina
Spouses: Arthur Dillehay

Source: John Hill/Mildred Gilliam

Geni – Hans Adam Will (Wull) (c.1685-1757)

Hans Adam WullHans Adam Wull is your first cousin 6 times removed’s wife’s first cousin once removed’s wife’s great grandfather.

You   →
Gerald Lee Abernathy your father →
Lee Abernathy his father →
Luota Grant (Leota Mary Anne) Ferguson his mother →
Robert Nathan Ferguson her father →
Robert Marion Ferguson his father →
Rachel Ferguson his mother →
Mary Jones her mother →
Elizabeth Mary Reeves her sister →
MALACHI REEVES, SR her son →
BARBARA REEVES his wife →
CHARLIE Frederick GLANCE her father →
Catherine Best Glantz his mother →
John H. Hoffman, I her brother →
John H. Huffman, II his son →
Mary M Hoffman his wife →
Eva Will her mother →
Gerhart Will/Wull her father →
Hans Adam Wull his father

[…more on source site]

Source: Geni – Hans Adam Will (Wull) (c.1685-1757)

Elizabeth Taub/Dove Ifert/Efird (1769 – 1844) – Find A Grave Memorial

Elizabeth Taub/Dove Ifert/Efird

Source: Elizabeth Taub/Dove Ifert/Efird (1769 – 1844) – Find A Grave Memorial

Geni – Zaccheus Woolley (1797-1857)

Zaccheus Woolley is your 7th cousin five times removed’s wife’s grandfather. You   → Gerald Lee Abernathy your father → Lee Abernathy his father → Luota Grant (Leota Mary Anne) Ferguson his mother → Robert Nathan Ferguson her father → Robert Marion Ferguson his father → Andrew Fitzpatrick Ferguson his father → Robert “Robin L.” Ferguson his father → William Ferguson his father → Colonel Robert ‘John’ Ferguson, I his father → Alexander Ferguson of Craigdarroch his father → LTC John Ferguson, 13th Laird of Craigdarroch his father → Robert W. Ferguson of Craigdarroch his father → Naomi Keeling his sister → Capt. George Keeling her son → Mary Williams his daughter → Ann Rasberry her daughter → Benjamin S. Rasberry her son → Green Rasberry his son → Sarah Ann Collins his daughter → James Thomas Collins her son → Rhoda Louise Collins his wife → George Marshall Woolley her father → Zaccheus Woolley his father

Source: Geni – Zaccheus Woolley (1797-1857)

RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project: Life’s Weaving

ID: I110586

Name: Bartholomew PICKARD

Given Name: Bartholomew

Surname: PICKARD

Suffix: II

Sex: M

Birth: in Leicestershire, Leicester, England

Christening: 18 Sep 1676 St. Martin’s, Leicestershire, Leicester, England

Death: 1742 in Stone Arabia, New York

Burial:

Event:

Note

Note:

Bartholomew Pickard was an enlisted British Soldier in Richard Ingoldsby’s company of soldiers on duty at Albany and Schenectady.Colonial Albany Social History Project: Event: NoteNote:It must be noted that the Pickert Family came to America from England, and settled in an area west of Albany, New York which was a settlement of German immigrants from the Palantines.

The family name was spelled “Bikkert” in many records, and some of the Pickert men fought with the Palatine regiments in the Revolutionary War……February 2008, by Katie Johnston, 7th Great Granddaughter of Bartholomew Pickard…….from Katie Johnston, Pickard Family Researcher, February 2008.Emigration: 1698 New York

Note: from Leicester, England

Occupation: 1707 Albany, New Netherlands

Note: Bartholomew Pickard was identified in the Albany city records as a “retailer of strong liquors” and was required to pay six shilling for a liquor license.Event: Land Purchased Abt 1713 Albany, New York

Note:Bartholomew Pickard and his wife Eva was granted a lot for a farm located along the King’s Highway – six miles west of Albany. Later, he acquired substantial acreage in the Mohawk Valley at Stone Arabia…….from Katie Johnston, Pickard Family Researcher, February 2008.

Event: Land Purchased Abt 1731
Note:

Bart and Eva acquired property on the east side of Canajoharie about 1731. It was supposedly a gift to them by the Mohawks and had been confirmed by a “Moonlight survey.”

……from Katie Johnston, Pickard Family Researcher, February 2008.

[…more]

Source: RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project: Life’s Weaving

RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project: Life’s Weaving

Note:

Back in France the Huguenots were ordered by the King to be exterminated. This order was issued on Jan. 29th, 1536. On Mar. 1, 1562 some 1200 Huguenots were slain at Vassy, France.

This ignited the Wars of Religion which would rip apart, devastate and bankrupt France. (copied)In Aug. 23/24, 1572, more than 8000 Huguenots were murdered in Paris. This was called the “St. Bartholomew Massacre”.

The “Edict of Nantes” was signed by King Henry IV on Apr. 13th, 1598, which brought an end to the Wars of Religion. That was not the end of us Huguenots being prosecuted. King Henry IV died and his weakling son Louis the Thirteenth. Venture it to say the Houses of worship were burned and destroyed. Many Huguenots were burned at the stake.

The children of Huguenot parents were to be taken from them by force and educated by the Roman Catholic monks or nuns. At least 250,000 French Huguenots fled to Switzerland, Germany, England, America, the Netherlands, Poland and South Africa, where they could enjoy religious freedom.submitted by Katie Johnston, Pickard Family Researcher, February 2008. […more]

Source: RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project: Life’s Weaving

RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project: Life’s Weaving

Historical Facts: PICARDY, FRANCE The original inhabitants of Picardy were the Celts. The area was conquered by the Romans in the 1st century B.C. The Romans dominated the area until the 5th century, when Germanic tribes invaded. One of these tribes, the Franks, under their king, Clovis, settled in the region. This was the beginning of France. The next thousand years, known as the Middle ages were to be a time of great cultural achievement in Picardy. The Gothic style began here. The great cathedral of Notre Dame in Amiens is a UNESCO designated world monument. Other cathedrals in Beauvais and Laon are other great examples of the Gothic period. Religious structures abound in Picardy. The Abbatiale et Abbaye de St. Riquier is popular. Unfortunately war visited Picardy often. One of the great conflicts of the Middle Ages was fought in parts of Picardy, known as The Hundred Years War. In 1346 the battle of Crecy was fought in Picardy. The battle pitted the English longbowmen against the conventional army of the period, of mounted knights and infantry. This resulted in an English victory. Eventually, the French were able to drive out the English during the 15th century, largely through the motivating leadership of Jeanne d’Arc (Joan of Arc). She was captured at Compiegne by the English and Burgundians. ….submitted by Katie Johnston, Pickard Family Researcher, February 2008.

Source: RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project: Life’s Weaving

North Carolina history stories

Description

North Carolina history stories, by W. C. Allen Richmond : B. F. Johnson publishing company, 1901. 5 pts. in 1 v. 18 cm.

Source: North Carolina history stories