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Bolling, Linnaeus
Bolling, Linnaeus
Linnaeus Bolling was born on the 10th of July 1822 to Robert M Bolling and Sarah Hobson of Willow Hill in Buckingham county Virginia . . Linnaeus Bolling practiced both farming and doctoring . . Amanda Harris became the wife of Linnaeus in 1851. 
 
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Bolling, Philip Augustus
Bolling, Philip Augustus
The following news story appeared in the Washington Post, dated 18 October 1891. Philip Bolling, one of the persons killed in the incident described below, was the son of Dr Linnaeus Bolling and Amanda Harris of Buckingham county Virginia. At the time of his death he was about age thirty-three, married to Nannie Payne . .  
 
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Bolling, Robert Markham
Bolling, Robert Markham
Robert Markham Bolling was the first born child of Linnaeus Bolling and Mary Markham . . . As a young man Robert Bolling attended the College of Hampden-Sydney . . . He married Sarah Hobson, Mary Watkins, and Frances Brackett. 
 
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Burch, Mary
Burch, Mary
Mary C Burch was the oldest daughter of Cheadle Burch and Judith Markham . . By the 1820 census, Mary Burch is living with her widowed mother in Giles county Tennessee. A few years later, she is married to John Edwards. 
 
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Burch, Mary
Burch, Mary
Census Study - Edwards, White, Burgess, Cox - in the area of Cornersville, Giles county (later Marshall county) Tennessee 
 
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Burch, Mary
Burch, Mary
Timeline of Records for Mary C Burch and John Edwards 
 
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Burgess, John William
Burgess, John William
John William Burgess was born 1844 in Cornersville, Giles county Tennessee, son of Thomas T Burgess and Mary Judith Edwards. His life followed an interesting course. Wives - Augusta Thayer Jones and Ruth Payne Jewett. 
 
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Byrd, William
Byrd, William
William Byrd II was born in Virginia in 1674, son of William Byrd and Mary Horsmanden . . We learn from the Letters and Papers of Cadwallader Colden that Daniel Horsmanden was well aquainted with Vincent Mathews, my 7xgreatgrandfather in New York.
 
 
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Chambers, John
Chambers, John
In 1737 he [John Chambers] married Anne Van Cortlandt . . After his removal to New York City he held several municipal offices, was a member of the Provincial Assembly, and afterward was called to the governor's council, in which he sat until appointed in 1751 second judge of the Supreme Court.
 
 
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Chambers, John
Chambers, John
Will of John Chambers, 1764 New York. 
 
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Chambers, William
Chambers, William
In 1709, Peter Mathews, along with William Chambers and William Sutherland (Sunderland) were granted 1000 acres of land in Ulster (later Orange) county New York. It became known as the Chambers - Sutherland Patent. 
 
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Charke, Benjamin
Charke, Benjamin
Benjamin Charke records - 1608 to 1645.
 
 
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Charke, Dorcas
Charke, Dorcas
. . my best effort at transcribing the Will of Dorcus Vincent (nee Charke) widow of London; written 15 Sept 1649, and recorded 19 Jan 1650. PDF 
 
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Colden, Cadwallader
Colden, Cadwallader
Cadwallader Colden was born in 1688, son of a Scottish clergyman . . He was educated at the University of Edinburgh . . married about 1715 to Alice Christie. Not long after, the young couple made their home in New York. 
 
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Colden, Cadwallader
Colden, Cadwallader
Will of Cadwallader Colden, written 20 May 1775; proved 7 August 1779. 
 
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Cooke, Norbourne L
Cooke, Norbourne L
Captain Norbourne L Cooke, an account by William "Bill" Millay, 2015.  
 
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Coote, Richard
Coote, Richard
Richard Coote, 1st Earl of Bellomont (1636 1701) was a member of the English Parliament and a colonial governor. PDF 
 
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Coote, Richard
Coote, Richard
Lord Bellomont to Secretary Vernon, October 1700 - . . My first Lieutenant's name is Peter Mathews, bred up from a child with Col. Fletcher . . PDF 
 
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Cox, Henry
Cox, Henry
Will of Henry Cox; Chesterfield county Virginia; Will Book 21 page 63. 
 
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Denne, Christopher
Denne, Christopher
Christopher Denne of New York might be the son of Christopher Denne and Martha Milner, and the grandson of Michael Denne and Alice Nethersole, all of Canterbury, Kent county England . . . Does Christopher Denne, or his wife Elizabeth Jones, have a family relationship with the Peter Mathews family? 
 
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Edwards, Sarah Antoinette
Edwards, Sarah Antoinette
Sarah A Edwards was born about 1830, in or near the community of Cornersville in Giles county Tennessee. Her father was Dr John Edwards, a local physician, and her mother was Mary C Burch. She married Angenol Cox. 
 
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Eustace, James
Eustace, James
About the year 1730 (possibly earlier) James Eustace was married to Catherine Mathews, daughter of Peter Mathews and his wife Bridget of New York. Eustace was a mariner from the port of Bristol in England . . Will probated (February 1732) in England. PDF 
 
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Evans, John
Evans, John
John Evans was a high-ranking officer in the British Royal Navy during the latter 17th and early 18th centuries . . John Evans and Benjamin Fletcher must have been fast friends, for in 1694 Fletcher made a sizable land grant to Evans. PDF 
 
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Fleming, Lucy Champe
Fleming, Lucy Champe
Died, on Thursday morning the 7th ult at her residence in Versailles, Woodford co, Kentucky, Mrs Lucy C Markham in the 65th year of her age.  
 
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Fletcher, Benjamin
Fletcher, Benjamin
Benjamin Fletcher served as the English Governor of New York from 1692 to 1698 . . This brief biography focuses primarily on the personal life of Benjamin Fletcher his home, family, and friends. PDF 
 
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Fletcher, Benjamin
Fletcher, Benjamin
from the Dictionary of American Biography - FLETCHER, BENJAMIN (d. May 28, 1703), soldier, colonial governor, was the son of William Fletcher and his wife Abigail Vincent, of the parish of St. Lawrence Jewry, London . . . PDF 
 
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Fletcher, Benjamin
Fletcher, Benjamin
These records have been compiled by Pamela Hutchison Garrett, for the Markham of Chesterfield website. They are by no means comprehensive for the life of Benjamin Fletcher. The primary focus here is to assist the identification of possible family members. PDF 
 
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Fletcher, William
Fletcher, William
. . my best effort at transcribing the Will of William Fletcher of Mitcham, Surrey, England; written 5 December 1653, and recorded 14 January 1654. PDF  
 
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Fletcher, William
Fletcher, William
William Fletcher - records 1634 to 1654.
 
 
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George, Isaac David
George, Isaac David
Bio: Isaac David George from the Inland Printer, American Lithographer, Volume 7; Maclean-Hunter Publishing Company, 1890 
 
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Hodson, John
Hodson, John
John Hodson was born in England about the year 1608. Family records suggest that he was the son of William Hodson of Alresford in the county of Hampshire . . John Hodson was married to Abigail Madden in 1635, at St Michael's Cornhill, in London.  
 
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Hodson, John
Hodson, John
I was fortunate to locate the Will of John Hodson in Elphin, co Roscommon/Louth, Ireland, written 20 Jul 1685 . . It gives a wealth of information, most of which I have abstracted here. 
 
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Honan, Daniel
Honan, Daniel
I have long been interested in Daniel Honan because parts of his personal history are very similar to my own 8xgreat-grandfather Peter Mathews. Honan and Mathews both came, as young men, with Governor Fletcher from Ireland to New York in 1692. 
 
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Horsemanden, Daniel
Horsemanden, Daniel
During his years in New York, Daniel Horsmanden served in a number of important offices, including Recorder of New York City, and Justice of the Supreme Court. The Letters and Papers of Cadwallader Colden make it clear that Daniel Horsmanden was well aquainted with Vincent Mathews, my 7xgreatgrandfather. Mathews often served as courier of letters between Horsmanden and Colden. 
 
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Jobson, Elizabeth
Jobson, Elizabeth
Elizabeth Jobson was the daughter of Eben Jobson and his wife Joanna (who later married William Markham). Elizabeth Jobson married James Metcalfe, Edward Robinson, and Jacob Regnier.
 
 
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Jobson, Elizabeth
Jobson, Elizabeth
Will of Elizabeth Regnier (nee Jobson), written 12 July 1715; proved 3 August 1715. With notes.
 
 
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Jones, Elizabeth
Jones, Elizabeth
Will of Elizabeth Denne (nee Jones), written 9 December 1735; recorded 14 January 1736-37; Liber 13, page 43.
 
 
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Lenehan, Walter
Lenehan, Walter
Bio for Walter Lenehan, from Notable Men of Tennessee, by John Allison, 1905. 
 
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Logan, James
Logan, James
James Logan (1674-1751), a statesman and scholar, was born in Lurgan, County Armagh, Ireland, of Scottish descent and Quaker parentage. Logan served as colonial secretary to William Penn.
 
 
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Logan, James
Logan, James
James Logan to William Penn in 1704-1705, and James Logan to Widow Markham, at York, Philadelphia, 12 May 1705.
 
 
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Logan, James
Logan, James
Letters of Hannah Penn 1722 and James Logan 1734 - on the situation of Theodore Coleby. 
 
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Markham, Archibald
Markham, Archibald
In John Markham's Will (1770), Archibald Markham is always listed last among the six Markham sons, suggesting that he was the youngest son. 
 
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Markham, Bernard
Markham, Bernard
Bernard Markham, youngest son of George Markham and Sarah Hill, was born on the 4th of December 1782, probably in Chesterfield county Virginia. On the 28th of February 1808, Bernard Markham married Elizabeth Osborne in Chesterfield county Virginia. 
 
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Markham, Bernard
Markham, Bernard
Bible Records: Bernard Markham and Mary Harris Markham. PDF  
 
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Markham, Bernard
Markham, Bernard
Bernard Markham was probably born just before or after 1740 in Orange county New York. His parents, John Markham and Catherine Mathews . . moved their large family from New York to Chesterfield county Virginia . . Barnard Markham and Mary Harris were married at Maniken town on the 14th of May 1767. PDF 
 
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Markham, Bernard
Markham, Bernard
Estate Records: Bernard Markham and Mary Harris Markham. PDF 
 
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Markham, Bernard
Markham, Bernard
Timeline of Records: Bernard Markham and Mary Harris. PDF 
 
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Markham, Catherine
Markham, Catherine
Catherine Markham was the first-born daughter of John Markham and Catherine Mathews. Catherine Markham was married to Francis Smith before 1770, when she is named as Catherine Smith in her father's Will. 
 
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Markham, Catherine
Markham, Catherine
. . daughter of William Markham and Mary Wathen. Catherine Markham was probably born sometime between 1770-1780. On the 24th of April 1798 Catherine Markham was married to Jonas Robertson in Chesterfield county Virginia.  
 
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Markham, Catherine
Markham, Catherine
Jonas Robertson wrote his Will on 16 September 1813, and it was proved in Chesterfield county Virginia on 11 May 1818. When his wife, Catherine Markham Robertson, died about 1833 an action was brought in the Chancery Court . . PDF 
 

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