Posted Queries for August 1997
- Surnames: DIXON, DORSEY, GARNER, LONG, OLLIFFE, ROLAND, STONE, WATSON
Researcher: Aggie Kall
Date posted: Sunday, August 3, 1997
The DORSEYS include William B. DORSEY (1827-1910?), wife Mary Margaret STONE (1842-1899). They ended up in Uniontown, Washington DC. They are buried in Forrestville Maryland, however I cannot find where in Forrestville, MD. The ROLAND information I have started with William H. ROLAND (1828-approx. 1885) - wifes - Rachael DIXON (I would really like to know when she died (1861-1864?) and Mary Ethel LONG. The ROLANDS lived in the Geisboro area. The GARNERS start with Jefferson GARNER (1825-1872) married to Mary WATSON (1833-1882). I have a Thomas Andrew OLIFFE also. Most of these families end up in Washington, DC. I can be contacted at email@example.com or 4400-C Groombridge Way, Alexandria, VA Thanks. Reisa Kall (my mother was a Dorsey)
- Surnames: DIXSON, LANHAM
Researcher: Howard G. Lanham
Date posted: Tuesday, August 5, 1997
DIXSON, Edward married January 27, 1818 Charles Co., MD Elizabeth LANHAM (b.c1794). He died January 2, 1832 in P.G. Co.
- Surnames: BLAKE, MARKLAND
Researcher: Everett Padgett
Date posted: Thursday, August 7, 1997
Please list me in the surname directory under BLAKE, MARKLAND. Also, please put in a query under Prince George County, MD: Am looking for information on Matthew MARKLAND, II who was born on August 31, 1727 in Prince George County and married Aneybella BLAKE. Any information on the Marklands or the Blakes would be appreciated.
- Surnames: HAMMERSLEY, ZEITLER
Researcher: Onoldah Rone
Date posted: Friday, August 8, 1997
Searching for information concerning James Joseph HAMMERSLEY, b. 09 May 1884 in Washington, DC. He married Bessie Beatrice ZEITLER 27 Nov 1905 in Rockville, Montgomery County, MD. They had a son, Charles Everett HAMMERSLEY, b. 20 Dec 1909 in Mt. Rainier, Prince George's County, MD. Any help or suggestions appreciated. Thanks.
- Surnames: BEAN, GREENUP, WITTEN
Researcher: Karen L. Salisbury
Personal Web Page: http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/a/l/Karen-L-Salisbury
Date posted: Saturday, August 9, 1997
Looking for first wife of John GREENUP I have information that John GREENUP (b. July 17, 1743) married 1. Susanna Cecil BEAN by whom he two children. He m. 2. Elizabeth Cecil WITTEN. Can anyone confirm this? Which two children belonged to this union. I can not find any information of this first marriage. Thank you.
- Surnames: BEALL, HODGES
Researcher: Col Lou Mason
Date posted: Monday, August 11, 1997
Searching for decendeants or information related to the family of Alfred BEALL (born circa 1858 in PG County), wife Caroline "Carrie" (born Jan 1870), children: Grace, Matthew, Alfred, Milton, and Viola. Grace married Nobert Finneghan HODGES. Family moved into DC and lived on L Street. All BEALL relations believed to be PG County.
- Surnames: LINTON
Researcher: Martha Schuetz
Date posted: Wednesday, August 20, 1997
LINTON Searching for info on GGGGG Grandfather, Samuel LINTON, died 1801 Frederick Co. MD Listed in Maryland Census of 1790. Wife's name Elizabeth. When, where was he born? His son, Zechariah LINTON, my GGGG Grandfather, married Mary Ann Maynard 5/21/1778 in Frederick Co. MD. When, where was he born?
- Surnames: CAGE, GARNER, MASTERS, SEALS
Researcher: Barbara Long Emery
Date posted: Thursday, August 21, 1997
Seeking info. re. James SEALS b. abt. 1730 Collin Hundred, Prince George Co., Md. d. 1797, m. Sarah ?. His son Capt. James SEALS b. 1755 m. Sarah ? I am especially interested in on of their sons, Vincent SEALS, d. abt. 1848. His wife was Susan CAGE. The Seals family settled in Greene Co., Pa. prior to the Revolution, probably about 1773. Vincent and Susan Cage Seals were parents of my g. g. grandfather, William H. SEALS. Will share what I have on the Seals family and their connection to the CAGE, GARNER and MASTERS families. Thanks, Barb Emery, Willard, Ohio
- Surnames: BOWIE, HARRISON, LEESE, LUCKETT
Researcher: Pat Daniello
Date posted: Friday, August 22, 1997
I am researching Walter I. LUCKETTborn abt. 1812 married to Georgeanna BOWIE born abt 1822. Children: Mary LUCKETT born abt. 1848 m. John S. HARRISON, Thomas LUCKETT born 1850, Sarah LUCKETT born 1852, Ellen LUCKETT born 1854, Harrison LUCKETT born 1855, Laura LUCKETT born 1857, Jane (Jennie) LUCKETT born 1860 m. H. Watson LEESE. They are living in Hill Top, Charles County, Maryland in 1850 & 1860. Jennie LUCKETT ends up living in D.C.
- Surnames: BERRIES, FORD, MAIN
Researcher: Jim Thompson
Date posted: Saturday, August 23, 1997
Seek information on Henry MAIN, who married Mary BERRIES FORD on 18 Oct. 1787 in Prince George's Co. The MAINS relocated to North Carolina between 1788 and 1790; have much info on their descendants.
- Surnames: DRURY, GRIFFITH, REYNOLDS, SIMRED
Researcher: Nancy Weitemeyer
Personal Web Page: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres/9404/reynolds.html
Date posted: Monday, August 25, 1997
My ggg grandparents both lived in Prince George's County, MD.
He was William REYNOLDS (b: 1760), son of James REYNOLDS & Rebecca Jane SIMRED. She was Nancy Ann GRIFFITH, daughter of ??? William & Nancy were married on Dec. 5, 1777 and their marriage is recorded on p.147 in the marriage license book for 1777-1801 in P.G. Co., MD. Wm, & Nancy's children were: Anna (REYNOLDS) DRURY, Caleb REYNOLDS, Larkin REYNOLDS, Wm. G. REYNOLDS, Jr., Priscilla (REYNOLDS) DRURY, Eli REYNOLDS, M.D., Charles REYNOLDS, and my gg grandfather, James REYNOLDS.
Any information on Nancy Ann GRIFFITH's ancestors would be greatly appreciated. All I know of her is that her ancestors hailed from Wales in the 17th century, that she was born in Anne Arundel Co., MD, near Cheasepeake Bay, and that she lived in AA Co. until maturity. Sometime after Wm & Nancy married, they moved to Washington Co. Penns., as much of their children were born there.
I would also like to know if anyone can tell me how I can access a copy of p.147 in the marriage book for 1777-1801. So far I've not had any success with that. I'm hoping that entry may list Nancy's parents' names.
Thank you! Nancy Weitemeyer (nee REYNOLDS)
- Surnames: GORDON, PAYNE
Researcher: Doris Glascoe
Date posted: Wednesday, August 27, 1997
PAYNE, Joseph T. - B. 1832, d 1908 in Prince George's County. Married Elizabeth GORDON (she was born in 1836). Any information would be helpful.
- Surnames: BALL, HANNIS, HINTON, LINTON, LUTHER, MAYNARD
Researcher: Martha Schuetz
Date posted: Wednesday, August 27, 1997
Searching for information on Samuel LINTON d. 1801 in Frederick Co. When and where was he born? Where did he marry? Who were his parents? First mention of him I have found in Frederick Co. records are: 9/1/1759 land deed purchasing 55 acres called Fatt Oxen in Frederick Co. MD from Richard Beall of Prince Georges Co.; 3/16/1768 land deed purchasing 30 acres called Caggs Delight, formerly of Price Georges Co on Bush Creek, from Charles Caggs and John Johnson.
Will probated 10/23/1801 Wife's name was Elizabeth.
Samuel Jr. b. 1748 m. Margaret
Jeremiah b. 1760 m. Ruth
Benjamin m. Maria
Zacheriah m. Mary Ann MAYNARD 1778 Frederick Co. d. 1805
Margaret m. HINTON
Jemima m. HANNIS
Rachael Lezia m. BALL
Sarah m. Jacob LUTHER 1786? Jacob, Jr. born 5/1/1787
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