Project: Notables Wikipedia: Having a Wikipedia entry automatically qualifies somebody as being Notable, although lacking a Wikipedia entry does not automatically mean that they are not notable, as they may still be listed in some other resource. In particular, Wikimedia Commons is a good source for public domain photos of notables.
If the person has a Wikipedia entry: Add "See also:" under the Sources section, and then add "* Wikipedia:
From G2G What is a Notable?
Notables are considered to have a public profile - in other words, what they do or did to achieve fame is reasonably known to a larger audience and within the public knowledge. Wikipedia utilizes these guidelines for determining whether or not someone should be considered for a page on their site, and is the same standard that we use at WikiTree to determine if someone meets the criteria for notability.
I've often been asked why Wikipedia? The reasoning is that they have an established standard and an established process for determining whether or not a profile would meet certain standards, and it's intended to be a objective measurement to determine if they do or do not meet the established criteria.
"You are welcome to add your relationship to Daniel Boone and other notables to your own profile." PaulaJ, 10 Nov 2019. [Boone-34].
2021-05-27 Remembering John Floyd - Richard Callaway - Daniel Boone WIKITREE FREE SPACE PAGE.docx
* Prayer Stone, blah blah blah
Title: Prayer Stone
FINAL * Rev. Stith Mead's Prayer Stone, Madison Heights, Amherst Co., Virginia.
* Temp. Prayer Stone, blah blah blah
* Temp. Rev. Stith Mead's Prayer Stone, blah blah blah
Rev Stith Mead - Prayer Stone
An Internet Quotation below:
"Footnotes  Before telling the Jordan story, we should say something about the pronunciation of the surname. Jordan in many cases was and is spoken as to rhyme with burden. Reports tell of many Jordan families in Virginia and elsewhere today who use this traditional pronunciation: Jurden. And they are among the descendants of Samuel Jordan. (Woodrough)" *https://www.geni.co==Category: Legends==m/people/Samuel-Jordan-of-Jordan-s-Journey/6000000004343302177
This is a test of Mosby.
Definition of née: adjective, originally called; born (used especially in adding a woman's maiden name after her married name). Example "Mary Toogood, née Johnson".
DNA Information WikiTree YouTube Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upZjm3Vil6Q&feature=youtu.be
Title: Ellinipsco Shawnee-55 and Thomas Bailey Christian-211 Notes
* Ellinipsco_Shawnee-55 and Thomas Bailey Christian-211 Notes, details, details, more details.
Image 3 is of Wovoka, the Native American Paiute prophet or “messiah” of the Ghost Dance Movement. and Col. Timothy T.J. McCoy, a Hollywood film actor, military officer, and expert on Native American life and customs. The photo was taken in 1926 on a movie set in Nevada.
My Ancestry Username: jordanrt
for Jordan (North Carolina) genealogy by
Relationship 2nd - 4th cousin
Shared cM: 53
longest block cM: 32
Bob Baird. Bob's early Jordan information can be found at: *http://www.genfiles.com/jordan/
I am I-M253 haplogroup.
Pastor Robin E. Weatherford Jr. Robin Weatherford: Family Tree DNA Y-DNA Test 25 markers, haplogroup I-M253, FTDNA kit #63938, MitoYDNA ID T10873
Associated profiles: Martin Weatherford (abt. 1729 - 1805).
John (Whitheford) Witheford (abt. 1615 - 1706).
Chari Weatherford, Family Tree DNA Family Finder, GEDmatch T050749 [compare], FTDNA kit #582708:
Largest segment = 6 cM
Total Half-Match segments (HIR) 34.6cM (0.964 Pct)
8 shared segments found for this comparison.
426402 SNPs used for this comparison.
52.471 Pct SNPs are full identical
Jonas Jordan [Jordan-3422]
DNA indicates that the following Jordans are related to Jonas Jordan. They are all in the I-M253 haplogroup and have shared Y-DNA markers. 
Jonas Jordan (Jr), born about 1755, Amelia County, Virginia.
James Jordan, born about 1780, NC; Died after 1860, Marion, GA
George Jordan, born 1784, Bedford Co, VA.
William Jordan, born 1785. Lived in Campbell Co, KY.
William Enoch Jordan, born 1803, NC.
David K. Jordan, born 1809, VA. (Prob. Southampton Co, VA). Died 1871, IN.
George Jordan, born about 1850, Virginia.
Absalom "Absolem" Jordan [Jordan-15584]
Autosomal Guidelines for cousins:
Total cM shared half-identical (or better)
3.32 cM Fifth cousins Only between 15% and 32% of fifth cousins will share enough DNA to show up as a match. See cousin statistics
An Aside: Richard has significant DNA matches with all 3 kits for Marvin "Popcorn" [Sutton-11500], Moonshiner and Bootlegger. Thus, Richard may be [Sutton-11500]'s cousin too.
GEDmatch Autosomal One-to-one Comparison - V1.0 for Y-17 chromosome match:
1. UC4429921 My Kit, Richard Jordan
2. A165028 Max Glen Jordan's Kit
3. CJ7445645 *k thomson vitamin.k me dot com
4. AB3419543 Carolyn Nelson cimmel1313 dot com yahoo
5. H317700 Katie N Lewis katienlewis96 gmail dot com
YES - Cousin Darryl Tucker, GEDmatch Kit: A499537 YES - Max Glen Jordan, Kit: A165028, significant Y-Chr. Match YES - Jason Jordan Kit: A803048
No. 1 Maybe: Jordan-783 Richard Jordan II [uncertain] Born about 1635 in Isle of Wight County, Colony of Virginiamap [uncertain] Son of Richard Jordan I and Alice (UNKNOWN) Jordan Brother of John Jordan I Husband of Elizabeth (Reynolds) Jordan — married before Jun 1667 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia, British Colonial America DESCENDANTS descendants Father of Rachell Jordan, Robert Jordan, Charles Jordan, Hannah Jordan, Sarah Jordan, Mary Jordan, Elizabeth (Jordon) Fort, Margaret (Jordan) Halleman and Richard Jordan III Died before 3 Oct 1699 in Surry County, Colony of Virginia
Kerry Jordan [Jordan-7939] Find Relationship : Family Tree DNA Y-DNA Test 67 markers, haplogroup R-M269, FTDNA kit #685458 [test details]
~0.78% Hazel (Barrington) Parson Find Relationship : AncestryDNA, GEDmatch A522168 [compare] [test details] ~0.39% Charles Tatum Find Relationship : AncestryDNA, GEDmatch T653907 [compare] [test details]
John Jordan I [Jordan-770] Born about 1650 in Isle of Wight, Virginia Son of Richard Jordan I and Alice (UNKNOWN) Jordan Brother of Richard Jordan II Husband of Jane Brown — married [date unknown] [location unknown] DESCENDANTS descendants Father of John Jordan II and Solomon Jordan Died before Oct 1687 in Isle of Wight, Virginia
Maybe: No. 3
Solomon Jordan Born about 1681 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia, British Colonial America ANCESTORS ancestors Son of John Jordan I and Jane Brown Brother of John Jordan II Husband of Mary (Snell) Jordan — married [date unknown] [location unknown] DESCENDANTS descendants Father of Abraham Jordan Died 3 Mar 1721 in Chowan County, North Carolina, British Colonial America
see: Kerry Jordan [Jordan-7939] Find Relationship : Family Tree DNA Y-DNA Test 67 markers, haplogroup R-M269, FTDNA kit #685458 [test details]
Maybe: No. 5
Abraham Jordan-2081 Born 1700 in Carolina ANCESTORS ancestors Son of Solomon Jordan and Mary (Snell) Jordan [brothers or sisters?] Husband of Mary (Unknown) Jordan — married [marriage date?] [marriage location?] DESCENDANTS descendants Father of Elizabeth (Jordan) Bellamy [add child] Died 11 Dec 1758 [place of death?]
Test : Kerry Jordan [Jordan-7939] Find Relationship : Family Tree DNA Y-DNA Test 67 markers, haplogroup R-M269, FTDNA kit #685458 [test details]
Yes - DNA HIT
Comparing Kit UC4429921 (*Richard Jordan) [Ancestry] and Kit A803048 (jason jordan) [Migration - F2 - A]
Jason Jordan Jordan-9572
100.00% X DNA 100.00% Jason Jordan: AncestryDNA, GEDmatch A803048 [compare] [test details]
No. 7 Yes - DNA HIT
Kerry Jordan-7939 Jordan-7939
No. 8 Yes - DNA HIT
12thGenerationJordan gmail dot com YES - Max Glen Jordan Kit: A165028
No. 9 Yes - un-Verified DNA HIT William Allen-14372
2021-01-19 Jordan Ancestry DNA for William Allen-14372.jpg
William Allen's Ancestry DNA Test Details & Connections
The Jordan connection is through William Allen's Mother's side.
A803048 Jason Jordan No GOOD FOR JORDAN
Annie Louise Jordan TQ9215338 - NEXT A902868 Rene Davis Clay Jordan M833117 *JJ DE2826861 *JJ M065957 *jordanjm2 A755064 Sandra Jordan BJ1210663 *T Jordan A803048 jason jordan A926273 jordan rodriguez M739426 Kaye J Cooper QK9653786 Jordan Johnson A335165 Jordan Johnson A405544 Jordan UM1788237 Jordan Hansen UN2874663 Jordan Rice HX7939080 *Anissa Marie/ Adopted sarahcjordanrn gmail dot com M700333 Jordan Spires LY8511098 Jordann Barge BK9933698 Jordan Martin A394266 E J Jordan SE4302483 Jay Cox AN2296142 sophie jordan FL3455142 Jordane A841166 Teddee L Jordan GQ9825024 *fairminer RA6747407 James Jordan AU8247899 *Jordan
ccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccc To be investigated: Henry Jordan [Jordan-16887]. Born about 18 Jan 1750 in Johnston Co., NC. ~0.39% X DNA ~0.78% Barbara (Brandt) Kilgore Find Relationship : 23andMe, yourDNAportal BAR533a36d6.
222222222222222222222222222222222 See 2021-09-12 Jeremiah Terrell Jordan-16908 Name Change.txt
Jeremiah (Jordan) Terrell [Jordan-16908]
William Terrell and Rachel Jordan [Meador-257], was a widow. Virginia to North Carolina Quakers see
Name switch, born Jordan, died Terrell
Jeremiah (Jordan) Terrell [Jordan-16908] (abt. 1738 - abt. 1816)
Comment posted on William Jordan Jordan-1987
Comment posted on Jeremiah (Jordan) Terrell [Jordan-16908]
Comment posted on Rachel Terrell-2975
For [Meador-257], see No. 1 and No. 2 below
For Jeremiah Terrell [Jordan-16908], see No. 2, No. 3, and No. 4
For profile Rachel [Terrell-2975], see No. 5 below
Comparing Kit UC4429921 (*Richard Jordan) [Ancestry] and Kit A630990 (*MGM) [Migration - F2 - A]
Largest segment = 3.4 cM
Total Half-Match segments (HIR) 16.1cM (0.448 Pct)
5 shared segments found for this comparison.
Comparing Kit UC4429921 (*Richard Jordan) [Ancestry] and Kit M284270 (V Speck) [Migration - V4 - M]
Largest segment = 5.6 cM
Total Half-Match segments (HIR) 15.5cM (0.432 Pct)
4 shared segments found for this comparison.
Comparing Kit UC4429921 (*Richard Jordan) [Ancestry] and Kit H071394 (R. Bond) [Migration - F2 - H]
Largest segment = 5.5 cM
Total Half-Match segments (HIR) 34.9cM (0.974 Pct)
9 shared segments found for this comparison.
Comparing Kit UC4429921 (*Richard Jordan) [Ancestry] and Kit T123660 (Valerie Craft) [Migration - F2 - F]
Largest segment = 6.1 cM
Total Half-Match segments (HIR) 50.4cM (1.405 Pct)
13 shared segments found for this comparison.
for Profile [Terrell-2975] Comparing Kit UC4429921 (*Richard Jordan) [Ancestry] and Kit M830950 (Bessie PELLO) [Migration - V4 - M]
Largest segment = 11.4 cM
Total Half-Match segments (HIR) 42.7cM (1.19 Pct)
9 shared segments found for this comparison.
289783 SNPs used for this comparison.
52.644 Pct SNPs are full identical
Advise from Marilee Hanson
When you get your DNA results, be sure to register with GEDmatch [I don't remember how to do that]. Ancestry creates a THUR LINES [under DNA] which is at times very inaccurate. GEDmatch doesn't lie; however, when you compare matches [thru Wikitree], do a comparison for all matches. GEDmatch only goes back 5 generations; therefore, some of the available comparisons may be too weak to show up and some will show a match.
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"The twentieth century also saw the strengthening of local administration in the form of town governments. Antebellum acts of incorporation had vested authority in town trustees, but the old system was not sufficient for the more complex demands of the twentieth century and subsequently the county's larger communities sought mayoral government. The first was Madison Heights in 1904, which was empowered to elect a mayor and six councilmen." page 45.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 9th cousin of Chief Justice John Marshall (September 24, 1755 – July 6, 1835), John [Marshall-228].
FIX THIS - Richard is the 12th cousin 11 times removed Cotton [Mather-42].
FIX THIS Richard is the 12th cousin once removed of Vita Sackville-West, English author and garden designer.
FIX THIS Richard is the 9th great grandson of Elizabeth (Towneley) Smith. Elizabeth is listed in the Magna Carta Ancestry. This lineage to me is disputed.
FIX THIS Richard is the 7th great grandson of Captain William Daniel, (abt. 1640 - bef. 1698).
FIX THIS Richard and John [Campbell-2951] are 8th cousins 6 times removed.
FIX THIS Richard is the 10th cousins 6 times removed of Prince William Augustus "Duke of Cumberland". The Battle of Culloden was the last battle fought on British soil and was a decisive victory for Prince William, two weeks before his 25th birthday. Prince William County, Virginia is named in his honour, as are Cumberland Counties in Maine, New Jersey and North Carolina. The natural features in Appalachia, the Cumberland Gap, the Cumberland Mountains and the Cumberland River are all named after him.
FIX THIS Richard is the 9th cousin 7 times removed of Prince Charles Edward Stuart. The Duke of Cumberland led a force of 9,000 men against the Jacobites led by Prince Charles Edward Stuart on April 16, 1746 on Culloden Moor.
FIX THIS Richard is the 16th great grandson of Richard Wydeville KG (1412 - 1469) [Wydeville-1].
FIX THIS Richard is the 18th great grandson of Ralph Neville KG [Neville-53] (abt.1364-1425), Magna Carta Surety Bond Descendant.
FIX THIS Richard is the 19th great grandson of Henry (Percy) de Percy [Percy-33].
Richard is the 18th great grandson Maud (Percy) Neville, [Percy-15].
1346 Battle of Neville's Cross
Maud's father and her husband's father were in the Battle of Neville's Cross (17 October 1346). Wikipedia lists them as two of four "Commanders and leaders" for the English force of 6,000-7,000 against David II of Scotland and a force of 12,000.
Battle of Neville's Cross
Maud's husband John (Neville) de Neville KG (abt. 1329 - 1388), [Neville-58].
John Neville, 3rd Baron Neville
FIX THIS - Richard is the 15th great grandson of Gwladus (ferch Dafydd) Herbert (abt. 1380 - 1454) [Ferch_Dafydd-5], born about 1380 in Peutun, Llan-Ddew, Breconshire, Wales. She was a Welsh noblewoman. She was the daughter of Dafydd ap Llewelyn ap Hywel, otherwise known as Dafydd Gam, who was killed at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 33th great grandson (Uncertain) of Björn Eriksson (abt. 0868 - abt. 0956) [Eriksson-1794].
FIX THIS Richard is the 17th great grandson of Sir John Stewart aka of Bonkyl and Garlies [Stewart-270]. Sir John Stewart (died 22 July 1298), the brother of Sir James the 5th High Steward of Scotland, was a Scottish knight and military commander during the First Scottish War of Independence.
FIX THIS - Richard is the fifth cousin once removed of Bessie Wallis (Warfield) Windsor (1896 - 1986) [Warfield-8], "Duchess of Windsor", via Poindexter.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 14th cousins 3 times removed of Erle Stanley [Gardner-4040], Erle Stanley Gardner was an American lawyer and author, best known for the Perry Mason series of detective stories. Via the Lawhorne line.
FIX THIS - Richard is kin to all of the following via the Lawhorne, Loving, John Sackville MP lines:
No. 1 Earls of Essex, third creation (1239) Humphrey de Bohun, 1st Earl of Essex (died 1275) Humphrey de Bohun, 2nd Earl of Essex (died 1298) Humphrey de Bohun, 3rd Earl of Essex (died 1322) John de Bohun, 4th Earl of Essex (died 1336) Humphrey de Bohun, 5th Earl of Essex (1309–1361) Humphrey de Bohun, 6th Earl of Essex (1342–1373)
No. 2 FIX THIS - Richard is the 23th great grandson of Henry "5th Earl of Hereford" (Bohun) de Bohun (abt. 1175 - 1220) [Bohun-7] via 34 paths including Loving, Lawhorne, John Sackville MP
Henry de Bohun was one of the twenty-five medieval barons who were surety for Magna Carta in 1215. Henry died in June 1220 while on crusade to the Holy Land.
He was the son and heir of Humphrey III de Bohun (pre-1144-1181) of Trowbridge Castle in Wiltshire and of Caldicot Castle in south-east Wales, 5th feudal baron of Trowbridge, who served King Henry II as Lord High Constable of England. His mother was Margaret of Huntingdon, widow of Conan IV, Duke of Brittany (d.1171) and a daughter of Henry of Scotland, 3rd Earl of Northumberland, 3rd Earl of Huntingdon, son of King David I of Scotland by his wife Maud, 2nd Countess of Huntingdon. Henry's half-sister was Constance, Duchess of Brittany.
His paternal grandmother was Margaret of Hereford, a daughter of Miles FitzWalter of Gloucester, 1st Earl of Hereford, Lord of Brecknock (died 1143), Sheriff of Gloucester and Constable of England. After the male line of Miles of Gloucester failed, in 1199 King John created Henry de Bohun Earl of Hereford and Constable of England. His lands lay chiefly on the Welsh Marches, and from this date the Bohuns took a foremost place among the Marcher barons.
Note: Wikipedia says Henry is the 1st Earl of Hereford Henry de Bohun, 1st Earl of Hereford
No. 3 FIX THIS - Richard is the 20th great grandson of Sir Humphrey VI "Earl of Hereford" (Bohun) de Bohun (abt. 1248 - 1298) [Bohun-4]
Family background and inheritance
Humphrey (VI) de Bohun was part of a line of Anglo-Norman aristocrats going back to the Norman Conquest, most of whom carried the same name.
Wikipedia Humphrey de Bohun, 3rd Earl of Hereford
No. 4 FIX THIS - Richard is the 1st cousin 22 times removed of Sir Henry (Bohun) de Bohun (abt. 1277 - 1314) [Bohun-174]. Died 23 Jun 1314 in Battle of Bannockburn.
Sir Henry de Bohun (died 23 June 1314) was an English knight, the grandson of Humphrey de Bohun, 2nd Earl of Hereford. He was killed on the first day of the Battle of Bannockburn by Robert the Bruce (the King of Scots from 1306 to his death in 1329).
Riding in the vanguard of heavy cavalry, de Bohun caught sight of the Scottish king who was mounted on a small palfrey (horse) armed only with a battle-axe. De Bohun lowered his lance and charged, but Bruce stood his ground. At the last moment Bruce manoeuvred his mount nimbly to one side, stood up in his stirrups and hit de Bohun so hard with his axe that he split his helmet and head in two. Despite the great risk the King had taken, he merely expressed regret that he had broken the shaft of his favourite axe.
Battle of Bannockburn The Battle of Bannockburn (Scottish Gaelic) on 23 and 24 June 1314 was a victory of the army of King of Scots Robert the Bruce over the army of King Edward II of England in the First War of Scottish Independence.
The victory against the English at Bannockburn is the most celebrated in Scottish history, and for centuries the battle has been commemorated in verse and art.
No. 5 FIX THIS - Richard is the 19th great grandson Robert Bruce, King Robert Ist of Scots (1274 - 1329) [Bruce-129] via Poindexter, Crawford lines.
Thus, Richard's 19th grandfather [Bruce-129] broke the shaft of his favorite axe when he killed Richard's cousin (and his [Bruce-129]'s cousin) [Bohun-174].
FIX THIS - Richard is the 7th great grandson of Anne Ester (Powell) Dulin (abt. 1675 - 1744) [Powell-162] and husband Edward Joshua Coffey Sr. [Coffey-5].
FIX THIS - Richard is the 9th cousin four times removed William Hooker [Gillette-235], the son of a United States Senator representing Connecticut. William played the role of Sherlock Holmes on stage more than 1,300 times over a thirty-year period.
While most of William Hooker Gillette's work has long been forgotten, his last great masterpiece is still well known today: Gillette Castle in Hadlyme, Connecticut. In 1943, the Connecticut state government bought the property, renaming it Gillette's Castle and Gillette Castle State Park.
via Loving and Poindexter.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 11th cousin five times removed of Marie-Antoinette [Habsburg-Lothringen-1].
Via Poindexter, Crawford, Campbell
Marie Antoinette was the last queen of France before the French Revolution. On 16 October 1793, she was executed by guillotine.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 8th cousin 7 times removed of Robert Armistead-42, the 2nd great grandfather of President John Tyler-150. Via Loving.
FIX THIS - Richard is 12th cousin three times removed President John Tyler-150. Via Loving.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 17th great grandson of Robert II of Scotland, Robert (Stewart) Stewart, King Robert 2nd of Scotland [Stewart-1001] via Poindexter and Crawford.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 54th great grandson of Mogha Lamha (Lughaid) mac Lugaid Allathach [Lughaid-1].
FIX THIS Richard is the 9th cousin five times removed of Adam Smith-94289, author of The Wealth of Nations. Via Poindexter, Crawford, Brechin.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 12th cousin four times removed of John Charles Fremont [Fremont-14], "The Pathfinder", who was one of the first two Senators of the new U.S. state of California and a Governor of the Territory of Arizona. John C. Frémont ran for President in 1856. Via Lawhorne.
FIX THIS Richard is the 11th cousin three times removed of his wife Jessie Ann Benton [Benton-2006], born in Rockbridge County, Virginia.
FIX THIS Richard is the 13th cousins four times removed of Jessie Ann Benton's father, US Senator Thomas Hart [Benton-133].
FIX THIS - Richard is the fifth cousin 11 times removed of James Charles Stuart [Stuart-2] King James VIth of Scots and Ist of England (1566 - 1625) Stuart-2 via Poindexter, Crawford
James was the only son of Mary, Queen of Scots, and her second husband, Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley.
James was anointed King of Scotland at the age of thirteen months at the Church of the Holy Rude in Stirling, by Adam Bothwell, Bishop of Orkney, on 29 July 1567.
Legacy James City in Virginia is named in his honor.
No. 1 FIX THIS - Richard is the 2nd cousin 15 times removed of Sir Thomas Kempe MP [Kempe-46], High Sheriff of Kent. via Loving, Sackville
No. 2 FIX THIS - Richard is the 5th cousin 15 times removed of Amy Moyle [Moyle-247]. Amy Moyle is daughter of Sir Thomas [Moyle-28].
No. 3 FIX THIS - Amy Moyle married Sir Thomas Kempe MP [Kempe-46], High Sheriff of Kent.
No. 4 FIX THIS - Richard is the 4th cousin 16 times removed Sir Thomas Moyle MP [Moyle-28], Descendant of King Edward I. Speaker of the House of Commons, Burgess of Rochester & Lynn. He was knighted 18 Oct 1537.
Below: [Fremont-14]. [Benton-2006], the author, [Benton-133]
FIX THIS - Richard is the 12th cousin four times removed of John Charles Fremont [Fremont-14], "The Pathfinder", who was one of the first two Senators of the new U.S. state of California and a Governor of the Territory of Arizona. John C. Frémont ran for President in 1856. Frémont became known as the "Pathfinder to the West", after James Fenimore Cooper's novel, the Pathfinder.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 11th cousin three times removed of his wife Jessie Ann Benton [Benton-2006], born in Rockbridge County, Virginia. Jessie wrote and edited best-selling stories of the adventures of her husband John Charles Fremont [Fremont-14] "The Pathfinder" and his scout Kit Carson [Carson-7].
FIX THIS - Richard is the 13th cousins four times removed of Jessie Ann Benton's father, US Senator Thomas Hart [Benton-133].
No. 1 FIX THIS - Richard is the 9th cousin 7 times removed of Flora Ann MacDonald (1722 - 1790) [MacDonald-271]. Ref: [Stuart-2]. via Lawhorne, Crawford,
The Flora MacDonald Academy, formerly Flora Macdonald College, in Red Springs, North Carolina is named after her.
No. 2 FIX THIS - Richard is the 14th cousin once removed of Amelia Mary [Earhart-1].
No. 3 FIX THIS - Richard is the 13th cousins twice removed of Francis Scott Key [Fitzgerald-2494]. via Loving.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 15th cousin once removed of Zelda Fitzgerald [Sayre-445], wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 14th cousin five times removed of Daniel [O'Connell-837], The Liberator, Ireland.
No. 1 FIX THIS - Richard is the 17 great grandson of Sir Thomas Hungerford, the first person to be recorded in the rolls of the Parliament of England as holding the office of Speaker of the House of Commons.
No. 2 FIX THIS - Richard is the 16th great grandson of Sir Walter "1st Lord Hungerford" KG.
Hungerford was an executor of the will of King Henry V, and in 1422 became a member of the council of the Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, the Lord Protector. In 1424 he was made Steward of the Household of the infant King Henry VI, and on 7 January 1425/6 was summoned by writ to Parliament as Baron Hungerford. The summons was continued to him until his death. Hungerford became Treasurer of England in succession to Bishop Stafford, when Bishop Beaufort's resignation of the Great Seal in March 1426-7 placed Gloucester in supreme power.
No. 3 FIX THIS - Richard is the 15th great grandson of Elizabeth Courtenay formerly Hungerford.
No. 4 FIX THIS - Richard is the 6th cousin 10 times removed of Col John "of Eyrecourt" Eyre MP, Mayor of Galway. John built Eyrecourt Castle in County Galway, Ireland.
No. 5 FIX THIS - Richard is the 8th cousin 8 times removed of George "1st Baron Carbery" Evans MP.
via Loving, Taliaferro, Berryman
No. 6 FIX THIS - Richard is the 9th cousin 7 times removed of Hon. George "2nd Baron Carbery" Evans MP.
No. 7 FIX THIS - Richard is the 7th cousin 7 times removed of John "6th Baron Carbery" Evans-Freke.
FIX THIS - Richard is the14th great grandson of Sir William Griffith, born about 1476 in Penrhyn Castle, Wales. William is a Magna Carta Surety Baron Descendant.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 11th cousin four times removed Herman Melville. via Poindexter, Crawford
FIX THIS - Richard is the 14th great grandson of James (Shaw) de Shawe [Shaw-1330]. Born about 1374 in Greenock, Stirlingshire, Scotland. via Poindexter, Crawford.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 3rd cousin 13 times removed of Lady Elizabeth "Isabel" Stewart, Lady Kintail. via Poindexter, Crawford
FIX THIS - Richard is the 1st cousin 16 times removed of Colin "1st Earl of Argyll" Campbell.
via Poindexter, Crawford
No. 1 FIX THIS - Richard is the 9th cousin 6 times removed of Major General Lachlan Macquarie, CB , 5th Governor of New South Wales, Australia.
via Poindexter, Crawford, Campbell
No. 2 FIX THIS - Richard are 9th cousins 6 times removed of Henry Bathurst, 3rd Earl Bathurst, KG, PC.
No. 3 FIX THIS - Richard is the 7th cousin 6 times removed of William Pitt "the Younger".
No. 4 FIX THIS - Richard is the 14th cousin once removed of T. E. Lawrence, "Lawrence of Arabia".
via Poindexter, Crawford
FIX THIS - My cousins in Australia:
John Cyril English [English-2784], Lionel Maurice [Clifton-3321], Herbert Edgar [Chappell-3467], Irene Doris [Chappell-3540], DNA match with Virginia (O'Meara) Miltrup [O'Meara-503]. DNA match with Beverley Grow [Hurst-3867[.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 15th cousin once removed of John Ernst Steinbeck Jr. Steinbeck wrote The Grapes of Wrath, Of Mice and Men, both made into Hollywood movies. Steinbeck was awarded the 1962 Nobel Prize in Literature.
FIX THIS - John Philip Holland, (1841 - 1914), born in Ireland. Holland was an Irish engineer who developed the first submarine to be formally commissioned by the US Navy, and the first Royal Navy submarine. The companies that emerged from under these submarine developments were The Electric Boat Company, founded on 7 February 1899. This company eventually evolved into the major defense contractor General Dynamics. I created Holland's profile.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 13th cousin twice removed of Helen Keller.
via Loving, Sackville
FIX THIS - Richard is the 12th cousin 8 times removed of Richard Steele. Born: 1672, Dublin, Ireland. Sir Richard Steele was an Irish writer, playwright, and politician, remembered as co-founder, with his friend Joseph Addison, of the magazine The Spectator.
Steele once wrote in The Spectator, "Of all the affections which attend human life, the love of glory is the most ardent."
FIX THIS - Richard is the 18th cousins 10 times removed of Leo Tolstoy, the Russian writer who is regarded as one of the greatest authors of all time. He received nominations for the Nobel Prize in Literature every year from 1902 to 1906 and for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1901, 1902, and 1909. Tolstoy is best known for the novels War and Peace (1869) and Anna Karenina (1878).
Anna Karenina, which many consider a finer novel than War and Peace, begins, “Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.”
FIX THIS - Jacob (Jacques) Jordaens, (19 May 1593 – 18 October 1678), Dutch master painter. Jordaens painted altarpieces, mythological, and allegorical scenes, and after 1640—the year Rubens died—he was the most important painter in Antwerp for large-scale commissions. Note: I created this profile. There is no lineage on Wikitree.
FIX THIS - NOTE on 2021-09-13, I requested that someone with pre-1500 certification, please create a profile for Jordanes.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 44th great grandson of Attila the Hun, (abt. 0406 - abt. 0453).
FIX THIS - Richard is the 43th great grandson (Uncertain) of Merovech Merovingian (abt. 0415 - 0458)
FIX THIS - Richard is the 40th great grand nephew of Childebert I (Merovingian) Paris, (abt. 0496 - 0558). "King of Paris and King of Orléans", France.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 14th cousin 5 times removed of Clement Comer Clay. Born 1789 in Halifax County, Virginia, Clay was an officer in the American Revolutionary War and the 8th Governor of Alabama. He also was elected to the Alabama House of Representatives and the US Senate.
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FIX THIS - Richard is the 18th cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Pushkin. Russian poet, playwright, and novelist of the Romantic era. He is considered by many to be the greatest Russian poet, and the founder of modern Russian literature.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 13th cousin 3 times removed of Louisa May Alcott.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 9th cousin 8 times removed of Jane Austen.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 14th cousin 3 times removed of Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 12th cousin 4 times removed of J. M. Barrie. Scottish novelist and playwright, best remembered as the creator of Peter Pan.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 12th cousin 3 times removed of Lyman Frank Baum. American author famous for his children's books, particularly The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and its sequels.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 18th cousin once removed of Mary Barbara Hamilton Cartland. Dame Barbara Cartland was a prolific English romance author and one of the founding members of the Romantic Novelists' Association.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 11th cousin 3 times removed Wilella Cather. Wilella was an American writer. In 1923, she was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for One of Ours, a novel set during World War I.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 23rd cousin 3 times removed of Karen Blixen. Blixen is best known for Out of Africa, an account of her life while living in Kenya, and for one of her stories, Babette's Feast, both of which have been adapted into Academy Award–winning motion pictures.
via Loving, Taliaferro, Berryman
FIX THIS - Richard is the 5th cousin three times removed of Bill Monroe. Primary Instrument: Mandolin, Guitar.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 16th cousin 8 times removed of Goethe. He is considered to be one of the greatest poets and novelists of all time.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 16th cousin twice removed of Ernest Hemingway. In 1953, The Old Man and the Sea was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. Hemingway was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954.
Richard is the 12th cousin twice removed of Hadley Richardson, first wife of Hemingway. Richardson-1
via Loving, Taliaferro
FIX THIS - Richard is the 13th cousin once removed of Laura (Ingalls) Wilder. Ingalls was an American writer, mostly known for the Little House on the Prairie series of children's books, published between 1932 and 1943, which were based on her childhood in a settler and pioneer family.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 19th cousin once removed of (once removed has got to be incorrect) Edith Wharton, twentieth century American writer. She was the first woman to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize in Literature.
via Lawhorne, Campbell
FIX THIS - Richard is the 23rd cousin 5 times removed of Selma Lagerlöf. Awarded The Nobel Prize in Literature 1909.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 12th cousin twice removed of C. S. Lewis. He is best known for his works of fiction, especially The Screwtape Letters, The Chronicles of Narnia, and The Space Trilogy. Lewis and fellow novelist J. R. R. Tolkien were close friends.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 15th cousin twice removed of William Makepeace Thackeray. Thackeray was an English novelist. His daughter Harriet Marian, married Sir Leslie Stephen. Sir Leslie Stephen was the father of Virginia Woolf.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 18th cousin twice removed of John Updike. He won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1982 and in 1991.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 11th cousin twice removed of Sir Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945, during the Second World War, and again from 1951 to 1955. Churchill wrote all of his own speeches.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 17th cousin twice removed of (twice removed has got to be incorrect) Walt Whitman. Whitman is among the most influential poets in the American canon.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 13th cousins twice removed of Samuel Langhorne "Mark Twain" Clemens.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 11th cousin 6 times removed of Francis Scott Key, best known for writing the lyrics for the American national anthem "The Star-Spangled Banner".
FIX THIS - Richard is the 14th cousin twice removed of Edgar Lee Masters.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 16th cousin twice removed of Poet Ezra Pound. Ezra was an expatriate American poet and critic, a major figure in the early modernist poetry movement. Note: Ernest Hemingway gave Pound boxing lessons in Paris.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 10th cousins once removed of Tennessee Williams. Williams was an American playwright and screenwriter. Along with contemporaries Eugene O'Neill and Arthur Miller, he is considered among the three foremost playwrights of 20th-century American drama.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 10th cousin 10 times removed of Jonathan Swift.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 13th cousin twice removed of Carson McCullers. Carson had rheumatic fever when young. Carson was an American novelist, short-story writer, playwright, essayist, and poet. Her first novel, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter (1940) was made into a Hollywood movie.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 12th cousin five times removed of William Ellery Channing.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 16th cousin twice removed of Henry David Thoreau. His most famous work "Walden", was based on Thoreau's experience while living in a cabin Thoreau built near Walden Pond, on property that belonged to Ralph Waldo Emerson.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 9th cousin 6 times removed of Oliver Wendell Holmes.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 11th cousin twice removed of T.S. Eliot. Eliot was a poet, essayist, publisher, playwright, literary critic and editor. Considered one of the 20th century's major poets.
FIX THIS - Richard is 12th cousin 5 times removed of Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Alfred Tennyson, 1st Baron Tennyson FRS was a British poet. He was the Poet Laureate during much of Queen Victoria's reign and remains one of the most popular British poets.
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FIX THIS - Richard is the 10th cousin of William Faulkner. Faulkner is one of the most celebrated writers of American literature, and is widely considered one of the best writers of Southern literature. In 1949, Faulkner was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
via Lawhorne, Campbell
FIX THIS - Richard is the 5th cousin 13 times removed of Robert Herrick. Born in London (1591). He’s the author of the lines, “Gather ye rosebuds while ye may, / Old Time is still a-flying, / And this same flower that smiles to-day / To-morrow will be dying.” They appear in his poem “To the Virgins, to make much of Time.”
FIX THIS - Richard is the 11th cousin 7 times removed of Oliver Goldsmith.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 12th cousin 7 times removed of James Fenimore Cooper.
FIX THIS - Richard is the 9th cousin 6 times removed of William Cowper.
Richard and President George Washington are 4th cousins, 7 generations apart.
Richard is 5th cousin 7 times removed of Bushrod Washington, nephew of President George Washington. Bushrod was a son of John Augustine Washington (1736–1787), the brother of George Washington. Bushrod served as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1798 to 1829.
Richard and Captain Meriwether Lewis are 3rd cousins, five generations apart. Meriwether Lewis (August 18, 1774 – October 11, 1809) was an American explorer, soldier, politician, and public administrator, best known for his role as the leader of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, also was the 2nd Governor of Louisiana Territory.
Richard is the 10th great grandson of Capt. William Powell who immigrated from England and became the commander of the fort at Jamestown. Capt. William Powell is believed to have died on January 24, 1623 in the "Chickhoninies Indian Massacre".
Richard is the first cousin five times removed of the 2nd Mississippi Governor and US Senator George Lyttleton Poindexter.
Richard is the 3rd cousin, 4 generations apart of Col. Judge Abraham Jefferson Seay, born in Amherst Co. Virginia, who went on to become the 2nd Governor of the Oklahoma Territory, an Oklahoma State Supreme Court Justice. Civil War veteran, etc. Col. Abraham Jefferson Seay's mansion is a historical site, open for visitors.
Oliver Loving was considered by all to be the “Dean of the Cattle Drive in Texas.” He was inducted into the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City, Okla.
The 1985 novel Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry won the 1986 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. The character Gus McCrae was said to be patterned after Oliver Loving. In the Hollywood movie Lonesome Dove, Gus McCrae is played by Robert Duvall. Wikipedia
Richard is the 5th cousin 5 times removed of Confederate soldier Lt. Gen. Ambrose Powell "A.P." Hill Jr.. The United States military honored Hill by naming both a fort and a ship after him. Fort A.P. Hill is located in Caroline County, Virginia, about halfway between Richmond and Washington, D.C.. During World War II, the United States Navy named a Liberty Ship the SS A. P. Hill in his honor. In 2020, during the George Floyd protests, there were calls to rename U.S. Army installations named after Confederate soldiers, including Fort A.P. Hill. Source: Wikipedia.
Richard is the 3rd cousin 7 times removed of Maj. Gen. Henry (Harry) "Lighthorse Harry" Lee III, the 9th Governor of Virginia, and father of 4th cousin Confederate General Robert E. Lee who surrendered to Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, on April 9, 1865 to end the American Civil War.
Maj. Gen. Henry (Harry) "Lighthorse Harry" Lee III's two brothers Richard Henry Lee , 12th President of the Continental Congress and Francis Lightfoot Lee, Virginia State Senator, are the only pair of brothers to sign the Declaration of Independence from Virginia.
Richard and Col. Thomas Lightfoot Lee are 2nd cousins, 9 times removed. Thomas was Acting Governor of Colony of Virginia, Virginia House of Burgesses, Governor's Councilor, and U.S. Attorney General.
Richard is the 3rd cousin 5 times removed of Confederate Civil War Maj. Gen Lunsford Lindsay Lomax (1835 – 1913). Lomax was the fourth president of Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College (which became Virginia Tech) and an officer in the United States Army who resigned his commission to join the Confederate Army at the outbreak of the American Civil War. Lomax had maintained a close friendship with his West Point classmate Fitzhugh Lee, and served under him as a brigadier in the Overland Campaign. Lomax was then given command of the Valley District, where he supervised intelligence-gathering operations by Mosby's Rangers.
Richard is the 2nd cousin 7 times removed of Elizabeth Taliaferro Wythe, the second wife of Founding Father George Wythe. George Wythe was the first of the seven Virginia signatories of the United States Declaration of Independence, taught law and was a mentor to Thomas Jefferson. When George Wythe died, he left his law library to his best friend, Thomas Jefferson. Elizabeth and George Wythe lived in the National Historic Landmark Wythe House in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. The Wythe House was owned by Elizabeth's father Richard Taliaferro, and was given to Elizabeth and George Wythe as a wedding gift.
Richard is the 3rd cousin 5 times removed of U.S. Senator William Harris Crawford, born in Amherst Co., who also ran for President in 1824. In 1875 Crawford is depicted on the United States fractional currency, the 50-cent bill. Note: Indiana Fletcher Williams, founder of Sweet Briar College, is also a notable cousin.
Richard is the 4th cousin 4 times removed of George Walker Crawford, the 38th Governor of Georgia and 21st United States Secretary of War.
Richard is the 3rd cousin 4 times removed of Powhatan Ellis, United States Senator from Mississippi and Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Mississippi. Powhatan Ellis was born at Red Hill Farm near Pedlar Mills, Amherst County, Virginia. Legacy: The city of Ellisville, Mississippi is named in Ellis's memory.
Richard is the 4th cousin 3 times removed of General John Taliaferro Thompson, inventor of the Thompson sub-machine gun. The "Tommy Gun" was the notorious gangster weapon of the Roaring Twenties, of Hollywood movies, and immensely popular in WWII.
Foot Note: In August 1916, General John Taliaferro Thompson founded the Auto-Ordnance Company to develop his machine gun and subsequent arms for the US military. Venture capital for the Auto-Ordnance Company was supplied by Wall Street financier Thomas Fortune Ryan. Born and raised in Nelson Co., Ryan and his second wife are buried in the Oak Ridge Cemetery, Nelson Co., Virginia.
Richard is the 2nd cousin 4 times removed of American financier Thomas Fortune Ryan, (1851–1928), the youngest man to own a seat on the New York Stock Exchange. At one time Ryan had controlling interest in 30 corporations. Upon his death on November 23, 1928, Thomas Fortune Ryan was the South's wealthiest native son and the 10th wealthiest man in America. Thomas Fortune Ryan and his second wife are buried in his Oak Ridge Estate Cemetery in Nelson Co. Virginia.
Richard may be a cousin of Thomas Jefferson Seay (1846 - 1896), the 27th Governor of Alabama, in office December 1, 1886 – December 1, 1890.
Richard is the 11th cousin of Stanley Ann Dunham (1942 - 1995), mother of Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States.
Richard is the 3rd cousin 5 times removed of Robert Brooke (ca. 1760 – 1800), the 10th Governor of Virginia.
Richard is the 1st cousin 6 times removed of Revolutionary War Captain Benjamin Taliaferro (1750 –1821), born in Amherst Co., Virginia. Note: Taliaferro County, Georgia is named in honor of Captain Benjamin Taliaferro.
Richard is the 9th cousin 5 times removed of Colonel John Harvie Jr., signer of the Articles of Confederation and the Bill of Rights, and was a guardian of Thomas Jefferson. Colonel John Harvie Jr.'s son, Jacquelin Burwell Harvie married Mary Marshall, daughter of Chief Justice John Marshall.
Richard is the 3rd cousin five times removed of Revolutionary War General David Meriwether, United States (U.S.) Congressional Representative from the state of Georgia, for whom Meriwether County, Georgia is named. General David Meriwether, born at "Clover Fields" (home of the Meriwether family), near Charlottesville in the Virginia Colony, was a friend and neighbor of President Thomas Jefferson. It was President Thomas Jefferson who chose General David Meriwether's neighbor and cousin Meriwether Lewis to lead the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Revolutionary War General David Meriwether is the father of congressman James Meriwether, United States commissioner to the Cherokee Indians; trustee of the University of Georgia 1816-1831; member of the Georgia state house of representatives 1821-1823; elected to the Nineteenth United States Congress (March 4, 1825-March 3, 1827).
Richard is the 1st cousin 8 times removed of Elizabeth Wormeley, first wife of Revolutionary War Col. Landon Carter, member of the American Philosophical Society and builder of Sabine Hall, a National Historic Landmark. Col. Landon Carter was the son of Robert "King" Carter, Governor of Virginia 1726–1727, and 5th Speaker of the Virginia House of Burgesses. Robert "King" Carter was one of the wealthiest men in the colonies. When Robert "King" Carter died on 4 August 1732, he left his family 300,000 acres; 3,000 slaves; and £10,000 in cash.
Richard is the 13th great grandson of Sir George "Malcolm" Campbell, 1449-1492, Ayrshire, Scotland.
Richard is the 4th cousin 7 times removed of [[Randolph-319 | Edmund Jennings Randolph] (1753 - 1812), 2nd United States Secretary of State, 1st United States Attorney General, 7th Governor of Virginia.
Richard is the 2nd cousin 7 times removed of John Page (1743 - 1808), 13th Governor of Virginia. Page was elected to the First United States Congress and reelected to the Second, Third, and Fourth Congress.
Richard is the 3th cousin 6 times removed of Thomas Mann Randolph Jr. (1768 - 1828), 21st Governor of Virginia. He married Martha Jefferson, the oldest daughter of Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States.
Richard is the 5th cousin 5 times removed of Fitzhugh Lee (1835 - 1905), 40th Governor of Virginia.
Fitzhugh Lee was the son of Sydney Smith Lee, commandant of the U.S. Naval Academy and Philadelphia Navy Yard, and captain in the Confederate States Navy during the American Civil War. Sydney Smith Lee was the older brother of Confederate General Robert E. Lee.
Richard is the 4th cousin 5 times removed Charles Slaughter Morehead (1802 - 1868), 20th Governor of Kentucky.
Richard is the 6th cousin 5 times removed of Thomas James Churchill (1824 - 1904), 13th Governor of Arkansas. Richard is also a cousin of Thomas' wife, Anne Maria Sevier (1830 - 1917), the daughter of United States Senator and President pro tempore of the US Senate Ambrose Hundley Sevier. Ambrose is known as the "Father of Arkansas Statehood."
Richard is a 12th great grandson of James "Earl of Arran" Hamilton. James is a member of Scottish Nobility and appears on the Magna Carta Project trail. James is the son and heir of James Hamilton, 6th Lord of Cadzow and 1st Lord Hamilton, and his wife Mary Stewart, daughter of King James II of Scotland.
Richard is the 8th cousin 5 times removed of John Cabell Breckinridge, 14th Vice President, US Senator from Kentucky and 5th Confederate States Secretary of War.
Richard is the 3rd cousin 5 times removed of Joel Crawford (1783 – 1858), soldier, lawyer, plantation owner, and politician. Crawford was elected to the Georgia House of Representatives and elected to the U.S. House of Representatives during the 15th United States Congress and the 16th Congress (March 4, 1817 to March 3, 1821). He served as a member of the Georgia Senate in 1827 and 1828. Crawford ran unsuccessful campaigns for Governor of Georgia in 1828 and 1831.
Richard is the 6th great grandnephew of Elizabeth Crawford, wife of Nicholas Meriwether Jr. (1667 - 1744). Nicholas amassed a large quantity of land, at one point owning about 33,000 acres. Nicholas was, if not the largest land owner in Virginia, among the largest owners. In 1735 he built his plantation, which became "The Farm" in Goochland (now Albemarle) County, the site of which is now the city of Charlottesville, Virginia. His will, one of the longest recorded in Virginia, was witnessed by Peter Jefferson, father of Thomas Jefferson.
Richard is the 5th cousin 3 times removed of Col. Martin Jenkins Crawford (1820 – 1883), Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia, member of the U.S. House of Representatives and a representative to the Provisional Confederate Congress during the American Civil War from the state of Georgia.
Richard is the 2nd cousin 4 times removed of Garland Poindexter (1805–1875). The land on which the Monroe Train Station was built and most of the land that became the village of Monroe, Virginia, belonged to Garland, a farmer. The land passed to Garland's daughter. The Monroe Train Station, village of Monroe, and Monroe Post Office were named after Garland's son-in-law James Monroe Watts.
Richard is the 9th cousin 5 times removed of Colonel Arthur Campbell. Campbell County, Tennessee was named after him. Colonel Arthur Campbell married his cousin Margaret Campbell. Margaret Campbell is the sister of General William Campbell, for whom Campbell County, Virginia is named. Thus, Colonel Arthur Campbell was a brother-in-law of General William Campbell. General William Campbell married Elizabeth Henry, sister of Virginia Governor, Patrick "Give me liberty or give me death!" Henry.
Elizabeth Henry and Patrick Henry's mother Sarah Dabney Winston lived and died at Winton Plantation, and is buried 200 yards west of the Manor House and adjacent to the Winton Country Club Golf Course, Amherst County, Virginia.
Richard is the 9th great grandson of immigrant colonist John (Whitheford) Witheford Weatherford. Born abt. 1615 in Warwickshire, England, died 1706 in James City County, Colony of Virginia.
Richard is the 3rd cousin 10 times removed of Oliver Cromwell (1599–1658). Cromwell, an English Commander-in-Chief, led armies of the Parliament of England against King Charles I during the English Civil War, subsequently ruling the British Isles of England, Scotland and Ireland as Lord Protector from 1653 until his death in 1658. He was one of the signatories of King Charles I's death warrant in 1649. Cromwell's corpse was dug up, hung in chains, and beheaded. He was selected as one of the ten greatest Britons of all time in a 2002 BBC poll.
Her sister: Lady Mary Boleyn, was the sister of Anne Boleyn, Queen of England, the second of the six wives of Henry VIII King of England. Their daughter was Queen Elizabeth I of England. Anne Boleyn was beheaded at the Tower of London.
Richard is the 9th cousin 6 times removed of General William Floyd, signer of the Declaration of Independence.
Richard is the 18th great grandson of Richard FitzAlan, "3rd Earl of Arundel, 9th Earl of Surrey", an English nobleman. Richard FitzAlan is a descendant of Magna Carta surety barons Robert de Vere and Saher de Quincy. Richard's father Edmund FitzAlan was beheaded on 17 Nov 1326.
Richard is the 6th cousin 6 times removed of Alexander Hamilton, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States.
Richard is the 23rd great grandson of King Henry II of England.
Nesta was also a mistress of King Henry II and bore a son by King Henry II, Morgan (born 1180/89). Morgan was provost of Beverley Minster by 1212. Morgan was elected as bishop of Durham in 1213, but the appointment was blocked by the Pope because he was the illegitimate son of King Henry II.
Richard is the 22nd great grandson of King John of England.
Richard is the 22nd great grandson of Queen Isabelle of England.
Richard is the 21st great grandson of Llywelyn the Great, Prince of Wales, King of Gwynedd in north Wales and eventually ruler of all Wales. By a combination of war and diplomacy he dominated Wales for 45 years. Llywelyn the Great was married to Joan FitzJohn, the natural daughter of King John I of England.
Richard is the 21st great grandson of King Henry III of England.
Richard is the 20th great grandson of King Edward I of England.
Richard is the 19th great grandson of King Edward II of England.
Richard is the 19th great grandson of Elizabeth "Countess of Hereford" de Bohun. Born in Rhuddlan Castle, Flintshire, Wales. Elizabeth was the eighth and youngest daughter of King Edward I and Queen Eleanor of Castile. Of all of her siblings, she was closest to her younger brother King Edward II.
Richard is the 18th great grandson of Margaret de Courtenay. Margaret was the daughter of Sir Humphrey de Bohun, 8th Earl Hereford & 9th Earl Essex and Elizabeth of Rhuddlan. Margaret's mother was the daughter of King Edward I by his first wife, Eleanor of Castile.
Richard is the 17th great grandson of Sir Philip (Courtenay) de Courtenay, Lord Lieut. of Ireland, Admiral of the Western Fleet; Age 50 in 1405. Philip is in the will of both his mother Margaret de Bohun, and brother William Courtenay, Archbishop of Canterbury, Chancellor of England. There are numerous references to Philip in the post mortem inquisitions of his mother. Magna Carta Trail Pending.
Richard is the 17th great grand nephew of William Courtenay, Archbishop of Canterbury, Chancellor of England.
Richard is the 4th cousin 14 times removed William Carey. William was a courtier and favorite of King Henry VIII of England. He served the king as a Gentleman of the Privy chamber, and Esquire of the Body to the King. His wife, Mary Boleyn, is known to history as a mistress of King Henry VIII and the sister of Henry's second wife, Anne Boleyn, who was beheaded.
Richard is the 11th cousin 6 times removed of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, the author of Frankenstein. Mary became the 2nd wife of English Romantic Poet Percy Bysshe Shelley. Mary became a widow at age 25 when the poet drowned. On the 8th July 1822, less than a month before his 30th birthday, Percy drowned in his boat, the Don Juan, named after Lord Byron's poem by that name.
Richard is the 12th cousin four times removed of the major English Romantic Poet Percy Bysshe Shelley. Percy's second wife was Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, the author of Frankenstein. Percy drowned in a sudden storm on his boat, the Don Juan named after Lord Byron's poem by that name.
Richard is the 7th cousin 7 times removed of Lord Byron, major English Romantic poet.
Richard is the 19th great grandson of Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland, Robert I of Scots, (1274 - 1329).
Richard is 18th great grandnephew of David II "King of Scots".
Richard is the 17th great grandson of Robert Stewart King Robert II of Scots.
Richard is 17th great grandson of King Robert III of Scotland.
Richard is the 16th great grand nephew of James Stewart, King James I of Scots.
Richard is the 1st cousin 17 times removed of James Stewart, King James II of Scots.
Richard is the 2nd cousin 16 times removed of [Stewart-2316 | James Stewart, King James III of Scots]].
Richard is the 3rd cousins 15 times removed of "James of the Iron Belt" Stewart, King James IV of Scots.
Richard is the third cousin 14 times removed of James Stewart, "James V, King of Scots".
Richard is the fourth cousin 13 times removed of Mary, Queen of Scots. Queen Mary was executed at age 44.
Richard is the 5th cousin 11 times removed of James Charles Stuart, King James VI of Scots and King James I of England.
Richard is the 6th cousins 10 times removed of Henry Frederick Stuart, Prince of Wales, KG.
Richard is the 6th cousin 10 times removed of Charles Stuart, "Charles I, King of England, King of Scotland, Lord of Ireland".
Richard is the 7th cousin 1 time removed of Miles Poindexter, US Senator representing the state of Washington. He also served as United States Ambassador to Peru. Miles was raised and died in Virginia.
Richard is the 6th cousin 8 times removed of William Pitt "The Elder" , "1st Earl of Chatham", 10th Prime Minister of Great Britain.
Legacy: Pitt County, North Carolina, Chatham County, Georgia, Pittsylvania County, Virginia, and the Town of Chatham Virginia, are all named in his honor. Pittsburg County, Oklahoma is named after the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which was in turn named after William Pitt.
Richard is the 9th cousin 4 times removed of Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Elizabeth was a leader of the women's rights movement in the U.S. during the mid-to late-1800s.
Richard is the 10th cousin 6 times removed of Hon. William Findley, "Father of the U.S. House of Representatives." Born 1741 in Ireland.
Richard is the 11th cousin 3 times removed of Jenny (Sellards) Wiley. Jenny was a legendary pioneer woman who was taken captive by Native Americans in 1789. Wiley endured the slaying of her brother and children and then escaped after 11 months of captivity. Jenny Wiley State Resort Park in Prestonsburg, Kentucky is named in her honor.
Richard is the 7th cousin 9 times removed of John Locke, (1632 - 1704), British philosopher, Oxford academic and medical researcher.
Richard is the 8th cousin 3 times removed of Sam Houston. Born in Virginia, Houston was an American general and statesman who played an important role in the Texas Revolution. He also served as the sixth governor of Tennessee and the seventh governor of Texas, the only American to be elected governor of two different states in the United States. Houston, Texas is named in his honor.
Richard is the 10th cousin 3 times removed of Robert Frost. Frost is the only poet to receive four Pulitzer Prizes for Poetry.
United States Navy Admiral Hyman George Rickover .
Secretary of the US Navy John Lehman stated in his book, Command of the Seas:
"One of my first orders of business as Secretary of the Navy would be to solve ... the Rickover problem." Secretary Lehman eventually attained enough political clout to enforce his decision to retire Rickover.
"On January 31, 1982, four days after his 82nd birthday, Rickover was forced to retire from the Navy after 63 years of service under 13 presidents (Woodrow Wilson through Ronald Reagan). According to Rickover, he first learned of his firing when his wife told him what she heard on the radio."
According to former President Jimmy Carter, several weeks following Rickover's retirement, Rickover was invited to the Oval Office and decided to don his full dress uniform. Rickover told President Carter that he [Rickover] refused to take a seat, listened to the president [Reagan] ask him [Rickover] to be his special nuclear advisor. Rickover replied 'Mr. President, that is bullshit,' and then walked out.
President Carter later said that, next to his parents, Rickover was the greatest influence on his life.
In subsequent national media interviews, Rickover was quick to state that he had been forced out of the Navy.
Note: USS Jimmy Carter (SSN-23) is the third and final Seawolf-class, nuclear-powered, fast-attack submarine in the United States Navy. She is named for 39th President of the United States Jimmy Carter, the only president to have qualified in submarines.
Hyman George Rickover, Eminent Americans; namesakes of the Polaris submarine fleet, [Washington]; [For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.],  Series: House document (United States. Congress. House), 92nd Congress, 2nd session, no. 345.
Find a Grave Memorial Biography Bio by: Lori Richards
Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit serves as an inspiration for pioneers, inventors, and all who work in the creative fields. He invented the mercury-in-glass thermometer and the Fahrenheit temperature scale. At the age of 28, Fahrenheit became the first person to make a pair of thermometers that could give identical, repeatable, and objective temperature readings.
Fahrenheit became so fascinated by the devices that he abandoned his apprenticeship, withdrew his inheritance, and ran away to study thermometer making. His hometown, angered at his defection from his government-appointed apprenticeship, placed a warrant for his arrest. He spent many years on the run from the authorities, learning more about glassblowing, physics, and chemistry along the way. When he died at age 50, he received the fourth-class funeral of one who is classified as destitute, in the Kloosterkerk in The Hague (the Cloister or Monastery Church).
Richard is a distant cousin of Daniel Boone (1734 - 1820).
“I have never been lost, but I will admit to being confused for several weeks.”- DANIEL BOONE
Richard is a distant cousin of Thompson-30627 John Taliaferro Thompson (1860 - 1940).
U.S. Army Brigadier General, Inventor of the Thompson Submachine Gun.
Richard is the great great grandson of Francis “Frank” Jordan c1839 and Huella Poindexter.
Several descendants of Francis Frank Jordan c1839 report that Frank was a Ferryman on the James River in Virginia.
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Sketches and recollections of Lynchburg by [Cabell, Margaret Couch (Anthony) Mrs.], 1814-1882. NOT IN COPYRIGHT.
"Robert Beheathland is designated an “Original Planter” of the Jamestown Colony. His descendants can claim ancestry from one of the very first European families of this nation. Of the 105 or so colonists to land and stake claim to Virginia soil in 1607, it appears that only Beheathland lived long enough to have descendants who survived into the modern era."
CH Jones, Robert Beheathland – Jamestowne First Family Founder and Sole Survivor *https://stumblingintheshadowsofgiants.wordpress.com/2014/08/11/robert-beheathland-jamestowne-first-family-founder-and-sole-survivor/
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Apr 12, 2011 - In reply to: Picture of Abraham Seay's home in Fork Union, VA. 2/05/07. Here is an article from my files: AN OLD LANDMARK PASSES INTO OBSCURITY ... Goochland County, then in Albemarle County, and lastly in Fluvanna ...
uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu Home > Forum > Surnames > Seay Re: Picture of Abraham Seay's home in Fork Union, VA By Diana Erickson April 12, 2011 at 03:26:28 In reply to: Picture of Abraham Seay's home in Fork Union, VA 2/05/07 nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn Here is an article from my files:
AN OLD LANDMARK PASSES INTO OBSCURITY (from a National Historical Magazine)
For nearly two hundred years the old home of the Seay family has stood in Fork Union, Virginia, and just recently has been razed to the ground. Due to boundary demarcations, it was first in Goochland County, then in Albemarle County, and lastly in Fluvanna County. Abraham Seay (or Say), one of the first of several brothers to migrate to this county, was granted a tract comprising nearly four hundred acres, from King George II in 1745. A portion of the Fluvanna Tract remained in the Seay family until 1935, when the next to the last surviving member, Mrs. Victoria Seay White, passed away, at which time the Fork Union Military Academy acquired title thereto.
The old house at Fork union, typical of early design, had gable roof and wide hall, which never had doors during the earlier years, reflecting the hospitality of its owner – always open to guests. There were broad open fireplaces throughout the house. Meals were prepared in the log kitchen in the yard; pungent aromas arose from the savory dishes prepared by the family slaves and “toted” across the cobblestone walk to the basement, where they were served from an open fireplace with reflectors for retaining the hear. And the sturdy proverbial pot-hook swung gracefully to the side. Windows, doors and moldings were made by hand, as were the locks, screws and nails, many held together with wooden dowels. High mantles in the living room and bedrooms lent an air of charm and beauty to the once candlelit fireside. A unique fixture in the ceiling of a bedroom of the old home was a strap, suspended from an iron ring to allow one to turn in bed without assistance. This was installed for Grandfather Bowles, who spent his later years with his daughter.
Many rare pieces of china, crystal, brass and furniture are still in possession of the family, including the piano-forte, quaint and small, of red mahogany. One of the first in the vicinity, it was purchased to persuade a beautiful young daughter from marrying, but she eloped shortly after, was later forgiven and received the family blessing. A rare old chest belonging to the mother of Mrs. Benjamin Bowles (whose daughter married Austin Seay) was brought over from Europe and was said to have held the family treasures.
Private tutors were employed in the family, and many day students of prominent families recalled happy school days in the old home, known as “Dipperville”, a name acquired through he many business interests of the owner, who was affectionately dubbed “Austin Dipper”.
In addition to farm land, there was a tannery, a blacksmith and wheelwright shop, general merchandise store (including post office) and a grist mill. The gristmill was operated by waterpower from a large pond of water, affording boating, bathing and fishing. Fork Union Baptist Church used it for baptism before a pool was installed in the church. A spring in the midst of a lovely oak grove on the lower hill (north side) was walled by stone masonry in the shape of a boot; this work was done by the slaves.
Some legends are told of visitors, one of which weaves itself around General Robert E. Lee. Another relates to an escaped spy or prisoner, who sought shelter here during the war of 1861-1865, and was never suspected; later he confesses on his deathbed.
There is also to be recalled the beautiful temperance banner (now in possession of a descendant), embellished in blue and gold, emblem of the “Sons of Temperance”, the then leading “dry” organization of the community. A few years ago the Temperance Temple at Bremo, near Fork Union, built in 1831, was opened to the public.
The oldest family burial ground is on the place, where Austin Seay, Senior (Sergeant in the Revolutionary War), and his wife are buried.
Another lot adjoins Fork Union Baptist Church, which is also part of the tract deeded in 1824 by Joseph W. Seay and his wife Lucy, naming John H. Cocke, Thomas Omohundra and John Winn as trustees. The Episcopal relatives of General Cocke, of Bremo, attended worship there when four denominations held interest in it.
Also nearby is the family burial ground of Thomas Edward Seay, where a tavern “Three Chimneys” (to some known as “Old Chimneys”, also “Burnt Chimneys” stood. The name (Burn Chimneys) has been more definitely established. Stone first being used; burned bricks replacing stone. Remnants of the original roadbed of the Richmond-Charlottesville state-coach route, which led through, are still in evidence. An iron railing enclosed this quarter of an acre lot, entirely covered with cement, assuring perpetual care, and a bronze plate embedded in a huge granite stone bears the names of the family and connections.
Careby Hall, home of the late Reverend William E. Hatcher, founder of the Fork Union Military Academy, stands on the Tan Yard Hill, the rear of which overlooks Judy Creek, which supplied water for the old tan yard and in later years for the village of Fork Union.
The Bowles and Seays families have revered this spot jointly, old and young returning from distant states, each coming to visit the old plantation as a pilgrimage to honor their ancestral lineage.
In passing, one cannot but pause with a sign of regret that this old interesting landmark should be erased without mention. The early settlers sacrificed and labored to establish their homes. Granted there lands, each guarded his home as a castle and shrine dedicated to the life, liberty and happiness of a new civilization. A memorial on this spot would pay homage to the patriots who contributed to the establishing of a new world of freedom for future generations.
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By PAUL J. LIM SEP. 18, 1999 12 AM TIMES STAFF WRITER
Colonel JOHN JORDAN 1777–1854 has caught my eye this morning for the following reasons:
1. Location: Rockbridge Co. adjoins Amherst Co. and today's Nelson Co. This puts Colonel JOHN JORDAN right next door.
2. Canal building was one of the chief occupations of Jordan in his later years. He built the Bateau Canal at Balcony Falls, and the Lexington Canal, which connected with the James River at Lynchburg. This major undertaking was completed in 1852. Note: Cousin Connie told me that our great grandfather was a ferryman on the James River.
3. Note: Colonel JOHN JORDAN 1777–1854 had a grandson named Captain Charles H.
4. Colonel JOHN JORDAN 1777–1854 had 14 children. Many of whom fought in Wars. This might explain why we are looking for John Jordan married to Elmira, and our great grandfather born in Sumter South Carolina.
5. My grandfather, Hubert Herbert Lacy Jordan, worked as a "Helper" in a machine shop at 14 years old, and is listed as working in a Machine Shop at age 17. Hubert Herbert Lacy Jordan retired as a Machinist from the Norfolk Naval Shipyard where he started working during WWII. Thus, my grandfather was in the metal working trade as a young boy.
Colonel JOHN JORDAN 1777–1854, VIRGINIA BUILDER
In the spring of 1802 there moved to the thriving frontier community of Lexington, Virginia a young man named John Jordan (1777–1854).
Canal building was one of the chief occupations of Jordan in his later years. He built the Bateau Canal at Balcony Falls, and the Lexington Canal, which connected with the James River at Lynchburg. This major undertaking was completed in 1852,
The Colonel died July 25, 1854, and is buried in the Presbyterian Cemetery in Lexington. His will is on file in the county courthouse, and it reveals that his estate was valued at approximately $15,000: a considerable sum for his day. Most of Colonel Jordan's fourteen children migrated from Rockbridge County, but Samuel stayed on to direct the iron business, and John W. to found Rockbridge Baths, a dozen miles from Lexington.
Besides his activities in the church, building buildings, and contracting, he also was involved in the iron industry in six counties: Rockbridge, Bath, Amherst, Louisa, Allegheny, and Botetourt. John Jordan, throughout his life, owned and operated ten furnaces:
If someone typified the hard-working Scotch-Irish personality, it was John Jordan.
A number of the present generation is serving in the war now closing. Colonel Jordan was himself a lieutenant in 1812, and twenty silver dollars were used as mountings on his sword. Several of his grandsons were in the war of 1861 and Captain Charles H., son of Samuel F., was severely wounded at Fisher's Hill. (Source: The History of Rockbridge County, Virginia, By Oren Morton, Publ. 1920. Transcribed by Andrea Stawski Pack)
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