C. Givens

C. Givens

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Biography

C. Givens was part of a Southern Pioneer Family.
C. Givens has Irish ancestors.
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C. Givens has English ancestors.
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C. Givens has Scottish Ancestors.

"A people which take no pride in the noble achievements of remote ancestors will never achieve anything worthy to be remembered with pride by remote descendants." (Macauley)

Many moons ago, started the journey of discovering all I could about my ancestors. Discovered 9x's maternal great-grandfather, Ezekiah-Hezechias Roughton, b. 1594, https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/raughton-4 emigrated from England to the Colony of Jamestown[www.jamestowne.org] in the year 1619, to help build the first institution/college in British America.

Along the "Genealogy Journey" discovered Margaret Dauson, (9xGgm) b. 1600 d. 1659; https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Dauson-5 was one of the 57 "young maids" sent to Virginia in 1621 by the Virginia Company of London, and she became the wife of Ezekiah.

(Raughton, Ezekiah - Raughton, Margaret Genealogy Records, Jamestowne Society, Qualifying Ancestors www.jamestowne.org/qualifying-ancestors.html) https://www.nps.gov/jame/learn/historyculture/genealogical-research-for-a-jamestown-ancestor.htm

Sources

  • JESTER, ANNIE LASH, and Martha WOODROOF HIDEN. "Musters of the Inhabitants in Virginia 1624/1625." IN ADVENTURES OF PURSE & PERSON; Virginia 1624/1625. N.p: Order of First Families of Virginia, 1607-1620[Princeton University Press], 1956, pp5-69, (Wroughton, Ezekial) "Ferrar Papers, MS 1583d, Magdalen College, Oxford University, in William Thorndale - A Passenger List of the 1619 Bona Nova.
  • Book: " DESCENDANTS of EZEKIAH RAUGHTON: Ashe county Rotens" Schweers, Loveta Miller, Publisher: Loveta Miller Schweers, 2002 https://books.google.com
  • Jamestowne Society - Membership Criteria: Members of the Virginia Company of London; www.jamestowne.org/ramshawe---revill.html Raughton, Margaret nee Dawson - www.jamestowne-wash-nova.org/Membership-Criteria.htm - Jamestowne qualifying Ancestors Website: www.jamestowne.org Email: jamestowne.society@verizon.net -Jamestowne Society, PO Box 6845, Richmond, Virginia 23230
  • Jamestown 1624/5 Muster; Virtual Jamestown: Database contains names of individuals listed in 1624/5 Muster; [www.virtualjamestown.org/Muster/introduction.html] Raughton, Margaret; Raughton, Ezekiah
  • Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s: Name: Ezekiah Raughton, Arrival Year: 1619, Arrival Place: Virginia, Primary Immigrant: Raughton, Ezekiah, Family Members: Wife Marget, ; ANNOTATION: from state papers in the Public Record Office, London, a census of the inhabitants of Virginia taken between January 20 and February 7, 1624. Lists 1,232 names, with ages and ships taken. Item no. 1272, Colonial Records of Virginia
  • VIRGINIA IMMIGRANTS AND ADVENTURES, 1606- 1635, A Biographical Dictionary", McCartney, Martha, https://genealogical.com Genealogical Publishing Company, 2007, p.244 - MARGARET DAUSON
  • "Wives for Virginia, 1621", RANSOME, David R., (JSTOR - https://www.jstor.org ) The William and Mary Quarterly, Vol 48, No 1 (Jan 1991), pp 3-18

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On 3 Dec 2018 at 22:00 GMT Casey (Dennis) Stimmel wrote:

Hi cousin, I see we are pretty closely related 6th cousins once removed. thank you for your help with Rachel Philpot and John Charles Foster. I let her go because the other lady made it clear that she was taking her anyway she was already making changes when I removed my self as profile manager. Thank you for all your posts.

On 26 Nov 2018 at 22:29 GMT Juha (Niskakoski) Soini wrote:

Welcome to the 1776 project.

I have also awarded you the Military and War project badge as it is the umbrella project for all the wars.

Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the projects and the guidelines we have in place.

Guide to working on military profiles

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.

Juha Soini ~ WikiTree mentor

On 21 Nov 2018 at 19:42 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:

You're welcome! (for fixing the sticker for Brashears-290) I'm just sorry my changes broke it in the first place :D

Cheers, Liz

On 21 Nov 2018 at 00:43 GMT Cory (Tuma) Fulmer wrote:

Hi Cheryl, Ide-386, I corrected the spelling on Pennsylvania.

On 20 Nov 2018 at 23:56 GMT Sandie (Schwartz) Schwarz wrote:

Hi Cheryl, in regards to John Ide-386, no need to worry, I edited the marriage to correct a spelling error in the marriage location, Pennsylvania was spelled incorrectly, this week's Data Doctors challenge is correcting profiles with errors in the marriage portion of profile. You either entered 'Pennslyvania or Pennsylvannia, I don't recall today which one it was.

On 21 Oct 2018 at 12:30 GMT Paula J wrote:

Welcome to the Southern Colonies project and the Southern Pioneers subproject!

On 27 Sep 2018 at 14:15 GMT C. Givens wrote:

RE: Shared Ancestor Elizabeth Brashears

Profile Brashears-290 is the older https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Brashears-290 https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Brashears-301

WikiTree's mission is to create a single family tree with one profile for every person. Having two profiles for one person works against this goal. Our Honor Code reads: "We collaborate. When we share ancestors we work together on the same ancestor profiles."

Duplicates were created purposely, defeats the purpose of a single family tree. "Our mission is to grow an accurate single family tree that connects us all and is freely available to us all."

As we go back in time, the privacy controls open up. https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Help:About_WikiTree

On 27 Sep 2018 at 14:01 GMT C. Givens wrote:

On 9 Jun 2018 Cheryl(Givens) Maxwell wrote: Keete, Your suggestions sound wonderful, to work together on merging our families back together. How about you keep your bio of Elizabeth Brashear-Hyden, and I keep mine? Include both "theories" in her bio with sources? Seems that you and I have put lots of time into researching her "mysterious life." Thanks, your distant cousin Cheryl Givens

On 26 Sep 2018 at 16:46 GMT Keete Clark wrote:

You also wrote this on my page last time you requested to merge.

Keete, very nice, and explanatory. Now, how about you put that above my biography of our 4x Ggm, Elizabeth Brashears-Hyden-290? Eventually, they will be merged together. I shall not change, or delete any of your work, promise! Assured you will do the same with my bio of our shared Elizabeth. Cheryl Givens

On 26 Sep 2018 at 16:27 GMT Keete Clark wrote:

Than no I am still not ready, Your bio is long and I don't feel that mine will ever be seen due to this. I tried to work with you to shorten the Bio, to merge our 2 bio's and combine them into one but we can't seem to even do that. I have a problem with you giving too much credit to Charles Brashears who completely admits to guessing due to circumstantial evidence. I know I am being very stubborn on this, but your way of wording the truth I find offensive and attacking when it comes to our descendants. You may see nothing wrong with it, but I do. Sorry I really wanted to work with you but I honestly don't see how to move forward from here. I will think about it a little longer and then let you know what I decide. You also did not address if your plans are to remove me as a profile manager.

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