Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families

Notes


Issac William Marion ROBINSON

Children
Eunice Ivey ROBINSON b: 8 FEB 1880 in Catawba County, NC
Minnie Mae ROBINSON b: 28 AUG 1881
Bertie C ROBINSON b: 5 AUG 1883
Anna Elizabeth ROBINSON b: 27 SEP 1886
Vassie Eulala ROBINSON b: 22 FEB 1888
Maggie Lou ROBINSON b: 25 NOV 1890
Grover Cleveland ROBINSON b: 17 SEP 1892
Alma Portis ROBINSON b: 1 DEC 1894
Edna Eugene ROBINSON b: 6 NOV 1896
John Wilson ROBINSON b: 19 SEP 1898
Jessie Florence ROBINSON b: 22 MAY 1901
William Marion ROBINSON b: 6 APR 1903
Lois Jackson ROBINSON b: 4 JUN 1905

Sources:
Abbrev: Catawba County Cemetery Book Vol. 3.
Note:
Catawba County Cemetery Book Vol. 3.


Ada M Eugenia GABRIEL

Children
Eunice Ivey ROBINSON b: 8 FEB 1880 in Catawba County, NC
Minnie Mae ROBINSON b: 28 AUG 1881
Bertie C ROBINSON b: 5 AUG 1883
Anna Elizabeth ROBINSON b: 27 SEP 1886
Vassie Eulala ROBINSON b: 22 FEB 1888
Maggie Lou ROBINSON b: 25 NOV 1890
Grover Cleveland ROBINSON b: 17 SEP 1892
Alma Portis ROBINSON b: 1 DEC 1894
Edna Eugene ROBINSON b: 6 NOV 1896
John Wilson ROBINSON b: 19 SEP 1898
Jessie Florence ROBINSON b: 22 MAY 1901
William Marion ROBINSON b: 6 APR 1903
Lois Jackson ROBINSON b: 4 JUN 1905

Sources:
Abbrev: Catawba County Cemetery Book Vol. 3.
Note:
Catawba County Cemetery Book Vol. 3.


Jones A. ABERNATHY

additional marriage shown with same children - verify:

Marriage 1 Elizabeth Ann RUTLEDGE
Children
Alonzo ABERNATHY
Frances F. ABERNATHY
Mary ABERNATHY
Sarah Ann ABERNATHY
Martha ABERNATHY
Elizabeth ABERNATHY
Robert J. ABERNATHY
James F. ABERNATHY


Roger TILGHMAN

Father: Christopher TILGHMAN b: ABT 1585 in Selling Parish, England
Mother: Ruth DEVONSHIRE b: ABT 1618 in England

Marriage 1 Winnifred AUSTIN
Married: 1674 in Virginia
Marriage 1 Unknown
Children
Robert TILLMAN

Marriage 2 Susannah PARHAM b: ABT 1647 in Virginia
Married: ABT 1680 in Prince George Co., Virginia
Children
Christine TILLMAN b: 1681 in Virginia
Jane TILGHMAN
John TILGHMAN
George TILGHMAN
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From Stephen Tillman:
1. ROGER TILLMAN, son of Christopher and Ruth (Devonshire) Tilghman, was born 1641. He left a family journal or Bible, of his marriage, etc., which passed on to the family of his first-born son Robert. Why he changed the spelling of his name from Tilghman to that of Tillman is not known. The land office at Richmond, Virginia, show that on April 20, 1689 Roger Tillman received patent to 1,060 acres located in Bristol Parish, Charles City County, Virginia, from Nathaniel Bacon, President of the Council.

This was for the transportation of 22 persons into the Colony. This would indicate that Roger Tillman was a man of means at this time, since the patent was no doubt in the form of headrights. These headrights were granted to persons who would, in reality, have been "indentured servants," or persons who lacked the price of their transportation from England. This servant class was widely inclusive. In it were farm laborers, mechanics, masons, carpenters, shipbuilders, and often educated but impecunious clerks, tutors and teachers. They sold themselves for a specific period, to planters in the Colonies prepared to pay the cost of their voyage. Not only did the importing planters acquire their labor for "their time," but something that was even more coveted, their headrights. For the period of his service the indentured servant was really a white slave, and as such was bought and sold, given as wedding presents to children, bequeathed in wills along with horses, cows and other livestock of the plantation, just as was his successor, the negro slave. This would indicate that Roger Tillman was of sufficient means to pay the cost of transportation of 22 persons.

This settlement, known as Fort Tillman, was located on the south side of the Appomattox River at a place called "Moneusa-Nock" (Monk's Neck), "beginning at ye mouth of ye Great Branch and runneth up that branch, being nigh (near) the line of Thomas Lee: crossing Moneus-a-Nock main creek, thence to Gravelly Run." It is believed that the present location of this settlement would be in Dinwiddie County, Virginia.

Roger Tillman married first 1674 Winnefred Austin. Issue by this marriage: Robert, born 1675. Later Roger married (2d) 1680 a widow by the name of Susannah Parram (or Parham), who died March 2, 1717 in Prince George County, Virginia. Issue: John, born 1682, George, born January 10, 1683, Jane, who married Nicholas Robinson: and Christene, who married Robert Abernathy.


Susannah PARHAM Mrs.

Father: Lewis PARHAM

Marriage 1 Roger TILGHMAN b: ABT 1641 in Accomack Co., Virginia
Married: ABT 1680 in Prince George Co., Virginia
Children
Christine TILLMAN b: 1681 in Virginia
Jane TILGHMAN
John TILGHMAN
George TILGHMAN


Robert ABERNATHY

Children
Samuel Bynum ABERNATHY b: 1809 in Lincoln Co, NC
Robert ABERNATHY b: ABT. 1810
Daniel A. ABERNATHY b: ABT. 1810
Miles Osborn ABERNATHY b: 21 MAR 1812 in NC
Rufus T. ABERNATHY


Dicey BYNUM

Children
Samuel Bynum ABERNATHY b: 1809 in Lincoln Co, NC
Robert ABERNATHY b: ABT. 1810
Daniel A. ABERNATHY b: ABT. 1810
Miles Osborn ABERNATHY b: 21 MAR 1812 in NC
Rufus T. ABERNATHY


Samuel Bynum ABERNATHY Dr.

Marriage 1 ? WILSON

Marriage 2 Nancy HARVILL
Married: 9 DEC 1838

Marriage 3 Jane McCurdy BANKHEAD b: 8 NOV 1807 in Rutherford Co, TN
Married: 1841 in AL
Children
John Bankhead ABERNATHY b: 6 SEP 1842 in Fayette Co, AL
Richard Murray ABERNATHY b: 23 JUN 1845 in Lamar Co, AL
James Whitaker ABERNATHY b: 16 MAR 1851 in Fayette Co, AL


John , Jr WOODRUFF

other death date reported: April 01, 1703

From: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~martin/woodruff/d1.htm#c9397

Per Audrey Lee Woodruff's Notes:
"It was a common practice when a child bearing a favorite name died in
childhood, one of the younger born was given the name, but this was not the case. In a recent book, by Ceylong Newton Woodruff, published in 1967, a detailed explanation is given. It has long been believed by family historians that Ann, the wife of John, the Immigrant, was formerly Ann Gosmer, daughter of
John Gosmer. John Gosmer had no male heirs, and it was his intention to leave a portion of his wealth to his nephew Richard Gosmer, to carry on the Gosmer name and fortune. However, Richard died as a child, once again leaving him without male heir. An arrangement was made with John and Ann (his daughter)
upon the birth of their second son, that Gosmer should adopt the older boy, that he would go by the name Gosmer, and would inherit his fortune. Gosmer's will dated July 29, 1659 gives to 'my adopted sonne who hath lived with me from a child, all my goods and chattills, house and lands.' To this his wife, Elizabeth, consented, because, after all, it was her grandson as well as Gosmer's.

With this arrangement in mind, John and Ann named their 2nd son John Woodruff, and thereafter he was designated as John, the younger. However, for some unknown reason, John (Jr.) did not assume the name of Gosmer, but
continued with his own surname,Woodruff. he was 22 at the time of his grandfather's death and soon after disposed of considerable property in Southampton. Six years later he moved to Elizabethtown, New Jersey.

About 1670 he married Sarah, daughter of John Ogden at Southampton, Long Island.  

(problem, marriage is repeated below with a different date.  no information as to which children were born to which wife.  Until verified, all children will be placed under his first wife, Sarah)

He married 2nd Mary (Parkhurst?) at Elizabethtown in later life. He died in 1691 and left a will at Elizabethtown, NJ naming the following children: Sarah, John (first white child born in Elizabethtown), Jonathan, Benjamin, Joseph (called Sen.due to the cousin of the same name), David, Daniel, Elizabeth, Sarah
II, and Hannah Woodruff. The descendants of John Jr. have been called 'the Elizabethtown Woodruffs."Lived in Lynn, Massachusetts until ca 1666 when he moved to Elizabethtown, New Jersey.

Thought to be founder of Elizabethtown, New Jersey." " He had about 10 kids and his descendants are called The Elizabethtown Woodruffs'."

John married Mary Parkhurst in Elizabethtown, Essex County, New Jersey.

John next married Mary Ogden.

No verification to Mary Odgen as second wife. Per Audrey Lee Woodruff's notes, Mary Parkhurst was second wife after Sarah Ogden.

John next married Sarah Ogden in February 1659 in Southampton, Long Island, New York. (Sarah Ogden was born in 1643 in Southampton, Suffolk, New York.)


Sarah OGDEN

Father: Ogden, John
Mother: Bond, Jane


Sarah WOODRUFF

born on January 4, 1658


David WOODRUFF

child: Maria Woodruff, Maria married Curry Thomson


John (Woodruff) WOODRUFFE

From: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~martin/woodruff/d1.htm#c9397

will proven

Came to American in 1639 from Sturry, Kent England. First settled in
Southampton Long Island then moved to New Jersey. Some sources show Ann Gosmer as John's wife (daughter of John Gosmer).

Per Melanie Flippo: "John Woodruffe, baptized 1604, only son of John
Woodruffe, having by there marriage of his mother, Elizabeth, become the stepson of Mr. John Gosmer, of Fordwich. The above John know as John Woodruffe, the Immigrant, migrated in 1639 (deed, 10 March 1639) to Lynn, Mass. with his mother and stepfather John Gosmer, his wife Ann and their
son, John. By 1640 they had settled in Southampton, Long Island. It has been suggested but not proven that his wife Anne was a daughter of John Gosmer by a first wife."Per Audrey Lee Woodruff's Notes: "It appears that John and Ann
Woodruff lived in the same house hold with John Gosmer. John had four children, John (Jr.) born in Kent, and the remaining three, Anne (m.Robert Wooley), Elizabeth (m. Robert Dayton), and John, the Younger, were all born in America.

"Per http://gen.roc.wayne.edu/genealogy/dph/d0017/g0000041.html: "John
Woodruff is first mentioned on the list of 1657. Hill will mentions John, his eldest son, living in Elizabeth NJ, his youngest son living in Southampton. The latter was heir to John Gosmer, and probably married his daughter and lived on the present homestead of Mr. Josiah foster. I presume some of this name in
New Jersey are descended from the John of Elizabeth (Hisoty of Southampton., L.I.,N.Y."
More About JOHN WOODRUFFE:
Fact 1: Known as John the Immigrant

1. Alt. Birth; 1643; Southampton, Suffolk, New York. Birth Surety:3

John married Anne Hyde Gosmer in Kent, England. (Anne Hyde Gosmer was born about 1615 in Of, Fordwich, Kent, England.)

Per Sunny Seidel: Anne/Anna Hyde wife of John Woodruff-source Compendium of American Genealogy. pp. 74-75.Per Notes of Audrey Lee Woodruff's notes provided by Donald Rumsey:

"John Woodruff, the Immigrant,in 1636 at the age of 32, married at Kent, England to Ann (maiden name unknown, but believed to be daughter of John Gosmer, his step-father)."Per http://www.ourancestry.com/ged2www/dat137.htm: Ann Gosmer listed as spouse.

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additional children?
19 M    v. Daniel Woodruffe was born about 1635.
20 M    vi. David Woodruffe was born about 1635.
21 M    vii. Benjamin Woodruffe was born about 1637.