Conor T. Murphy1

M, ID# 6721
Father:Timothy 'Tim' Edward Murphy
Mother:Jo Ann Adessi
     Conor T. Murphy is the son of Timothy 'Tim' Edward Murphy and Jo Ann Adessi.

Child of Conor T. Murphy

Citations

  1. [S339] Interview, Richard Patrick Murphy, Dec 2009.

Mary Margaret Ahearn1,2

F, ID# 6722, (c 1892 - )
Father:Maurice Ahearn I (May 1858 - 24 Jan 1931)
Mother:Bridget A. Barrett (c 1865 - )
     Mary Margaret Ahearn was born c 1892 at Ireland. She was the daughter of Maurice Ahearn I and Bridget A. Barrett.
      Mary Margaret Ahearn lived in Milton, MA in 1910.

Citations

  1. [S360] "1901 Census of Ireland."
  2. [S359] Catherine Murphy Holmes Research.

Arthur Holmes

M, ID# 6723, (a 1932 - 5 Oct 2012)
     Arthur Holmes was born a 1932. He married Catherine 'Kathleen' Marie Murphy, daughter of Edward/Edmund 'Ed/Ned' Joseph/James Murphy II and Cecelia Agnes Ahearn, a 1957. Arthur Holmes died on 5 Oct 2012.

Helen Breen

F, ID# 6724, (a 1900 - )
     Helen Breen was born a 1900. She married Erwin Philip Singer a 1920.

Child of Helen Breen and Erwin Philip Singer

Patrick Ahearn1

M, ID# 6726, (c 1840 - 24 Apr 1913)
Charts:Richard Carl Murphy lineage
     Patrick Ahearn was born c 1840. He died on 24 Apr 1913 at Creggs, Youghal, Co Waterford, Ireland.
      Patrick Ahearn's death record showed his son Maurice was with him when he died in Creggs, Youghal. Patrick was listed as a 73 year old widower; he may have been married to Johanna Flynn. Because Maurice was born in 1858 Patrick was likely older than 73 at his death because for a male to marry at age 17 would have been very unusual.

Child of Patrick Ahearn

Citations

  1. [S359] Catherine Murphy Holmes Research.

Elizabeth Winslett1

F, ID# 6728, (17 Mar 1908 - Dec 1982)
Father:Cary Carlton Winslett1 (Jan 1879 - )
Mother:Mary E. Wisenbaker1 (1879 - 1948)
     Elizabeth Winslett was born on 17 Mar 1908 at Putnam Co, Georgia.1 She was the daughter of Cary Carlton Winslett and Mary E. Wisenbaker.1 Elizabeth Winslett married (Unknown) Yearwood a 1929.1 Elizabeth Winslett died in Dec 1982 at Putnam Co, Georgia, at age 74.1

Child of Elizabeth Winslett and (Unknown) Yearwood

Citations

  1. [S367] "Yearwood Family Tree."

(Unknown) Yearwood1

M, ID# 6729, (a 1904 - )
     (Unknown) Yearwood was born a 1904. He married Elizabeth Winslett, daughter of Cary Carlton Winslett and Mary E. Wisenbaker, a 1929.1

Child of (Unknown) Yearwood and Elizabeth Winslett

Citations

  1. [S367] "Yearwood Family Tree."

Elizabeth Haddon1

F, ID# 6731, (c 1632 - )
Charts:John Satchell Martin * lineage
     Elizabeth Haddon was born c 1632 at England.1 She married Richard Nottingham I a 1657.1

Children of Elizabeth Haddon and Richard Nottingham I

Citations

  1. [S2] "Moody Miles Research."

Mary E. Wisenbaker1

F, ID# 6732, (1879 - 1948)
     Mary E. Wisenbaker was born in 1879.1 She married Cary Carlton Winslett, son of Thomas 'Tom' J. Winslett and Elizabeth 'Lizzie Baugh, a 1907.1 Mary E. Wisenbaker died in 1948.1

Child of Mary E. Wisenbaker and Cary Carlton Winslett

Citations

  1. [S367] "Yearwood Family Tree."

Jack Howard Yearwood1

M, ID# 6733, (1933 - 2005)
Father:(Unknown) Yearwood (a 1904 - )
Mother:Elizabeth Winslett (17 Mar 1908 - Dec 1982)
     Jack Howard Yearwood was born in 1933.1 He was the son of (Unknown) Yearwood and Elizabeth Winslett. Jack Howard Yearwood married Gwendolyn Paulk a 1963. Jack Howard Yearwood died in 2005.1

Child of Jack Howard Yearwood and Gwendolyn Paulk

Citations

  1. [S367] "Yearwood Family Tree."

Patricia "Trish" Lynn Yearwood1

F, ID# 6734
Father:Jack Howard Yearwood1 (1933 - 2005)
Mother:Gwendolyn Paulk (a 1943 - 1 Oct 2011)
     Patricia "Trish" Lynn Yearwood is the daughter of Jack Howard Yearwood and Gwendolyn Paulk.1

Citations

  1. [S367] "Yearwood Family Tree."

Mary Buittle1,2,3

F, ID# 6735, (a 1717 - 3 May 1753)
Charts:Joel Harper Winslett lineage
     Mary Buittle was born a 1717. She married John Winslut / Winslat I on 14 Sep 1737 at Binsted, Hampshire, England.1 Mary Buittle died on 3 May 1753 at Binsted, Hampshire.1 She was buried on 6 May 1753 at Binsted, Hampshire.

Children of Mary Buittle and John Winslut / Winslat I

Citations

  1. [S367] "Yearwood Family Tree."
  2. [S556] John Winslett Family Records.
  3. [S627] Harold Key Research.

John Winslett II1,2

M, ID# 6736, (15 Apr 1739 - )
Father:John Winslut / Winslat I (a 1712 - 3 Apr 1759)
Mother:Mary Buittle (a 1717 - 3 May 1753)
     John Winslett II was born c 1739 at England. He was christened on 15 Apr 1739 at Binsted, Hampshire, England. He was the son of John Winslut / Winslat I and Mary Buittle. John Winslett II married Ann Hampton on 17 Aug 1765 at Horsham Jail, Co Sussex, England.
      The early life of John Winslett was remarkably similar to that of his brothers: was orphaned at a young age, jailed for poaching deer, and tried and deported to America. What happened to John in jail before his deportation however was highly unusual.

While in Horsham Gaol, John -- still wearing his prison irons -- was married to Ann Hampden of Farnham Parish, Surrey County by Francis Osgood, curate of Horsham. Ann Hampden, a once-wealthy, middle-aged widow "being very much in debt and fleeing from her duns" came to Horsham to seek a husband. Jail marriages were extremely rare and only two were recorded, both of which were Quakers and one of which was John's. Possibly coached by a shrewd lawyer, Ann married John because at that time in history a woman's debt transferred to her husband at the time of marriage. Once married Ann was released from her debts, and as payment for his participation in this scheme, she sent money to John -- supposedly to pay his 10 pound debt for the deer poaching and for his and his brother Samuel's passage to America. Their marriage was followed by a quick divorce without the decree of a court of law. Ann's surname was spelled Hampton on the marriage document and Hampden in the account of the jail marriage.

After deportation to Maryland, John disappeared from the records. According to an unsources online posting "A little known fact found in the census records is all the Winslett offspring seem to have come from Samuel. However, his brother John Winslett married Margarett b.1767 and had one son James." The poster went on to provide a highly accurate genealogy of Samuel Winsletts descendants, which would tend to lend some credence to the report of this marriage and son, however note that there is an almost thirty year age difference between our John Winslett and this Margaret. https://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/winslett/230/


Sources:

--William Albery, account of Horsham Gaol marriage of John Winslett, 1932, http://www.yosp.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=169&Itemid=269&lang=en.

Citations

  1. [S367] "Yearwood Family Tree."
  2. [S556] John Winslett Family Records.

William Winslut1,2

M, ID# 6737, (24 Feb 1740 - )
Father:John Winslut / Winslat I (a 1712 - 3 Apr 1759)
Mother:Mary Buittle (a 1717 - 3 May 1753)
     William Winslut was christened on 24 Feb 1740 at Binsted, Hampshire, England. He was the son of John Winslut / Winslat I and Mary Buittle.

Citations

  1. [S367] "Yearwood Family Tree."
  2. [S556] John Winslett Family Records.

James Winslett1,2

M, ID# 6738, (24 Oct 1742 - )
Father:John Winslut / Winslat I (a 1712 - 3 Apr 1759)
Mother:Mary Buittle (a 1717 - 3 May 1753)
     James Winslett was christened on 24 Oct 1742 at Binsted, Hampshire, England. He was the son of John Winslut / Winslat I and Mary Buittle.
      The early life of James Winslett was similar to that of his brothers: orphaned at a young age and jailed for poaching deer. Unlike his brothers John and Samuel, James apparently never came to trial and thus was not deported to America with them. However, what may have happened to John while he was in jail was highly unusual. An apparent 1932 account by William Albery of the history of the jail from the 1500s until it was closed states there are records of only two marriages occuring in the jail. The account at http://www.yeoldesussexpages.com/history/gaols/horgaol1.htm states one marriage was that of Ann Hampden from the parish of Farnham, Surrey Co, a middle-aged widow evidently very much in debt and trying to avoid debtor's prison. According to the law, the debts of a woman at marriage were transferred to her husband, and somehow resulted in his receiving a reprieve if he were in jail and found the required sureties. Issues with this account include our arrested Winslett brothers were not from the Winslett family from Farnham but were from Binsted; both Winslett families used the same given names; and finally the account is questionable in that it switches from first noting Ann married James to stating she married John. If there is some truth to this story, which reportedly was gathered was from records is the British Museum and Public Records Office, it would perhaps explain why James Winslett was not tried and deported with his brothers John and Samuel.

Citations

  1. [S367] "Yearwood Family Tree."
  2. [S556] John Winslett Family Records.

Samuel Winslett1

M, ID# 6742, (c 1837 - )
Father:William Milton Winslett (1812 - May 1880)
Mother:(1st wife of Wm M. Winslett) (Unknown) (a 1812 - )
     Samuel Winslett was born c 1837 at Georgia. He was the son of William Milton Winslett and (1st wife of Wm M. Winslett) (Unknown).

Citations

  1. [S291] 1850 Russell County, Alabama Census Extracts, Winslett household.

William Winslett1

M, ID# 6743, (c 1840 - )
Father:William Milton Winslett (1812 - May 1880)
Mother:(1st wife of Wm M. Winslett) (Unknown) (a 1812 - )
     William Winslett was born c 1840 at Georgia.1 He was the son of William Milton Winslett and (1st wife of Wm M. Winslett) (Unknown).

Citations

  1. [S291] 1850 Russell County, Alabama Census Extracts, Winslett household.

David Winslett1

M, ID# 6744, (c 1842 - )
Father:William Milton Winslett (1812 - May 1880)
Mother:(1st wife of Wm M. Winslett) (Unknown) (a 1812 - )
     David Winslett was born c 1842 at Georgia.1 He was the son of William Milton Winslett and (1st wife of Wm M. Winslett) (Unknown).

Citations

  1. [S291] 1850 Russell County, Alabama Census Extracts, Winslett household.

William Crowson I1,2

M, ID# 6745, (c 1694 - 1756)
Father:Robert Crowson1 (c 1665 - c 1702)
     William Crowson I was born c 1694 at Accomac, Accomack Co, Virginia. He was the son of Robert Crowson.1 William Crowson I married Comfort Littleton, daughter of John Littleton I and Margaret Riley, c 1717.1 William Crowson I died in 1756 at Accomac, Accomack Co, Virginia.
      William Crowson was apprenticed to John Evins in Accomack Co, VA in 1702, likely because William's father had died. William and his wife Comfort also possibly had the following children for whom no proof has been provided in the Robert Mears Collection: John, Margaret, Betty who married William Guy, and an unknown daughter who married Wonney Rew II.

Children of William Crowson I and Comfort Littleton

Citations

  1. [S2] "Moody Miles Research."
  2. [S374] Robert Mears Collection, Family Histories of the Eastern Shore, 2004.

Lavinia Corbin1,2,3

F, ID# 6746, (c 1775 - )
Father:Ralph Corbin3 (c 1716 - Feb 1800)
Mother:Rachel (Unknown)3 (a 1740 - )
     Lavinia Corbin was born c 1775 at Accomac, Accomack Co, Virginia. She was the daughter of Ralph Corbin and Rachel (Unknown).3 Lavinia Corbin married William Silverthorn c 1795.3 Lavinia Corbin married William Slocomb (senior), son of Thomas Slocomb I, on 28 May 1804 at Accomack Co, Virginia.
      Lavinia Corbin was listed as a head of household in the 1820 Accomack Parish, Acc Co, VA census. She was shown as Levinia Slocomb, age over 45 (bc before 1775). Listed with her were 1 male, age 0-10; 2 males, age 10-16; 1 male, age 16-26; 1 female, age 0-10; 1 female, age 10-16; 1 female, age 16-26; and 9 slaves. She was the only Slocomb listed in Accomack County. The neighbors living near her were such as Frederick Conner, Thomas C. Dilastatus, Bartholomew Mears, William Northam and Selby Lankford. She bought land on 30 Aug 1820 in Accomack Co, VA from Erastus Poulson. On 28 Mar 1825 she was named to administer the will of her son Robert C. Silverthorn, with James Melvin & Ezekiel Taylor securities. Lavinia was listed as a head of household in the 1830 Accomack Parish, Accomack Co, VA census. She was shown as Lavinia Slocomb, age 50-60. Listed with her were 1 male, age 15-20; 2 females, age 2 females, age 15-20; and 1 female, age 20-30. She made a will on 24 Dec 1842 in Accomack Co, VA: To son William C. Slocomb my black girl Love & her increase. To son Thomas Slocomb my black girl Mary & her increase. To my son William C. Slocomb & Thomas Slocomb (my son) my black man Elijah. To my daughter Ann Lindsey $360. To my grandson Samuel Slocomb $100. To my granddaughter Lavinia C. Slocomb $100. To my grandson John W. Slocomb $100. To my granddaughter Charlotte S. E. Selby $100, provided she leaves a child at her death. Wittnesses: Jesse Wilkerson, Edward Henderson, Sally C. Marshall & Robert J. Silverthorn.

Children of Lavinia Corbin and William Slocomb (senior)

Citations

  1. [S376] William Slocomb 1871 Death.
  2. [S377] Thomas Slocomb 1862 Death.
  3. [S2] "Moody Miles Research."

Frank Aydelotte Slocomb1,2

M, ID# 6747, (7 Sep 1848 - 24 Mar 1892)
Father:William Corbin Slocomb1 (24 Dec 1806 - 4 Jan 1871)
Mother:Susan Aydelotte1 (8 Feb 1820 - 10 Jun 1906)
     Frank Aydelotte Slocomb was born on 7 Sep 1848 at Accomac, Accomack Co, Virginia. He was the son of William Corbin Slocomb and Susan Aydelotte.1 Frank Aydelotte Slocomb died on 24 Mar 1892 at St George District, Accomack Co, Virginia, at age 43.1

Citations

  1. [S378] Frank Slocomb 1892 Death.
  2. [S2] "Moody Miles Research."

Lieutenant Thomas F. Slocomb II1

M, ID# 6748, (c 1745 - b 28 Sep 1784)
Father:Thomas Slocomb I (c 1702 - )
Charts:Margaret Custis Russell * lineage
     Lieutenant Thomas F. Slocomb II was born c 1745 at Accomac, Accomack Co, Virginia.1 He was the son of Thomas Slocomb I. Lieutenant Thomas F. Slocomb II married Susanna Custis, daughter of MAJ Thomas Custis and (wife of Thomas Custis) (Unknown), on 8 Oct 1780 at Accomac, Accomack Co, Virginia.1 Lieutenant Thomas F. Slocomb II died b 28 Sep 1784 at Accomack Co, Virginia. His estate was probated on 28 Sep 1784 at Accomack Co, Virginia.
      Thomas Slocomb witnessed the 3 Nov 1769 will of Joseph Taylor at Accomack Co, VA along with John Watts and Rachel Warrington.

Thomas served in the Revolutionary War in the Accomack Co, VA militia. In Nottingham's book a Thomas Slocumb was on a list dated 29 Jul 1777 as recommended for Lieutenant in the Accomack County Militia. He was shown as Thomas Slocomb, a Lieutenant in the Militia in the Turman-Walker book. He was shown as Thomas Slocum on a list found in the Archives of the Virginia State Library of Accomack Co people who were paid for public service from 1781 to 1783.

Thomas served as the guardian for his step-son, orphan Thomas Wise, during 1780 through 1783, reporting the accounts to the court in 1782 and 1783. On 4 Sep 1780 and 10 Mar 1781 Thomas Slocomb recorded debit items for orphan Thomas Wise totaling £2,310.00.0 including assessment of land and mills, copy of a will, papers from Richmond, linen, cotton, two pair of shoes, board, washing, lodging, etc, and credit items totaling £2,000.00 including rent of land and mills for 1780. Thomas Wise' mother Susannah Custis married Thomas Slocomb the following month, and Thomas Wise's will was the critical link in establishing the lineage of his mother. The following year on 2 Feb 1782 Thomas Slocomb recorded debit items for orphan Thomas Wise totaling £43.19.6 including lawyer fees to M. Stith and reparing a grist mill and credit items totaling £20.00.0 for rent of land and mills.

Thomas' will is dated 31 July 1784 at Accomack Co, VA. "My will is that as much of the estate of Samuel Wise, deceased, be paid as will pay his three daughters, and then the remainder of my estate I give to my wife and my two children to maintain and educate them. To son William. To daughter Salley. Wife Susanna and friend Charles West , executors. Wittnesses: Elijah Lillaston, William Slocomb."

Moody Miles detailed sources:

[S570] Stratton Nottingham, Accomack Co, VA, Wills & Administrations, 1663-1800, p. 289 (will of Joseph Taylor); p. 348 (will of Thomas Slocomb).
[S577] Compiled for the Bicentennial by Susie Wilkins Walker and Nora Miller Turman, Accomack Co, VA, Soldiers and Sailors in America's War for Independence, April 1775 to December 1783.
[S575] Stratton Nottingham, Soldiers and Sailors of the Eastern Shore of Virginia In the Revolutionary War, p. 1.
[S824] Comp. Gail M. Walczyk, Accomack Co, VA, Fiduciary (Orphan's) Accounts, 1780-1787, p 6 & p 15 (account of Thomas Wise orphan to Thomas Slocomb).
[S940] John Frederick Dorman, Adventurers of Purse and Person, Virginia, 1607-1624/5, p. 546 (Anthony West Family).
[S824] Gail M. Walczyk, Accomack Co, VA, Fiduciary (Orphan's) Accounts, 1780-1787, p 6 & p 15 (accounts of Thomas Wise orphan to Thomas Slocomb)
[S550] Jean M. Mihalyka, Bible Records Accomack & Northampton County, Virginia, Vol 3, p. 16 (Wise Record, Sarah C. Phillips, her record).

Children of Lieutenant Thomas F. Slocomb II and Susanna Custis

Citations

  1. [S2] "Moody Miles Research."
  2. [S212] Letter, Mark Clifford Lewis (1887 - 1970) to Elizabeth Harriet Perry (1904-1989), 1960s.

Ann Maria Slocomb1

F, ID# 6750, (22 Nov 1810 - 22 Sep 1870)
Father:William Slocomb (senior) (c 1750 - )
Mother:Lavinia Corbin1 (c 1775 - )
     Ann Maria Slocomb was born on 22 Nov 1810 at Accomac, Accomack Co, Virginia.1 She was the daughter of William Slocomb (senior) and Lavinia Corbin.1 Ann Maria Slocomb married Matthias N. Linsey on 4 Mar 1831 at Accomack Co, Virginia. Ann Maria Slocomb died on 22 Sep 1870 at age 59.1

Citations

  1. [S2] "Moody Miles Research."