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Selected Families and Individuals

Source Citations


Glen Duval Weatherford

1Oklahoma, County Marriages, 1890-1995.


Delores Faye Borden

1Oklahoma, County Marriages, 1890-1995.


LeRoy Brinkley Morgan

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/199400204/leroy-brinkley-morgan. "Son of Homer Walter Morgan and Mary Brinkley." Image.


Beatrice Ann Dalrymple

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/199400290. Image.


David Darby Morgan

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/59048361/david-darby-morgan. "DAVID D. MORGAN, age 79, of Indianapolis, Indiana, died Wednesday, September 22, 2010 at his residence. Born on December, 11, 1930 in Wilmington, Ohio, he was the son of the late Leroy B. & Beatrice A. (Dalrymple) Morgan. David graduated from Sabina High School, received his Bachelors Degree from Wilmington College, and a Masters Degree from Miami University. He retired in 1996 from Yellow Cab and also had worked at Lock Year College in Evansville, Indiana, Lincoln Technical College in Indiana, and was a former principal at National Trail Schools in New Paris, OH and Olentangy School District in the Columbus, OH area. David also worked for Carolyn Shepherd Real Estate in Eaton, Ohio and served in the U. S. Air Force from 1951 to 1954.

Preceded in death by his 1st wife, Dorothy (Farley) Morgan in 1996; 2nd wife, Lea Ann (Jenkins) Morgan in 2008.

Survived by his children & spouses, Jean Ann & Mark Branson of Greenville, Ohio, Margaret "Meg" Jones of Eaton, Ohio, Dorothy Elizabeth Aldora and partner John Stille of Indianapolis, Indiana, David Leroy & Maria Morgan of Eaton, Ohio; grandchildren, Jessica Branson, Lindsey & Nathan Beatty, Taffie & Jason Ruebush, Thomas Jones, Jr., Samatha Perkins & partner Cindy Lidester, David Leroy Morgan II, and Alexia Morgan; great grandchildren, Whitney Branson, Rylee Ruebush, Tessa Beatty, Charlee Ruebush, and Beau Beatty.

Memorial Service & burial will be held at the convenience of the family. Memorial Contributions may be made to any Hospice Charity. Arrangements entrusted to Barnes Funeral Home, 220 East Main Street, Eaton, Ohio 45320. Online Condolences may be sent via the Web site at www.barnesfuneralhome.com." Image.


William Thornton Jr.

1William and Mary College Quarterly historical magazine, Whittet & Shepperson, Richmond, Virginia, Vol V. pg 20. "joining the lands of Andrew Buckner, Col. Wm. Ball, and Mr. Richard Whitehead, and Muddy Creek, a tract of land which he had bought from Mott. There is also recorded in Essex, in 1708, a deed, dated July 16, 1675, from William Thornton, of Gloucester, gentleman, to Francis and Rowland, "two of his sons," conveying 2,000 acres in Rappahannock county, and also a power of attorney, dated 1708, from Wm Thornton, formerly of Gloucester, but now of Stafford, authorizing the confirmation of said deed. So in his old age Wm. Thornton removed from Gloucester to Stafford. It is not known whom he married, but he had issue: 1, William Jr; 2, Francis; 3, Rowland; was witness to a will in Rappahannock,1686. There is a deed, Richmond county, 1692, from Rowland Thornton, of Rappahannock county, planter, and his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Alexander Flaming, to Francis Thornton, of the same county, gentleman. Elizabeth Thornton, daughter of Captain Alexander Flaming, sold land in what was afterwards King George, in 1699. In May, 1701, the bond of Elizabeth Thornton, as administratrix of Rowland Thornton, of Richmond county, deceased, was recorded. There is no evidence that they had issue.
  1. William Thornton, Jr., of Gloucester county, was born March 27, 1649, and died February 15, 1727 (Family Bible). He was married three times, viz, on August 24, 1671; April 11, 1688; and October 20,1720 ; but the name of none of his wives is known. On April 26,1704, as "William Thornton the younger," he received a grant of 110 acres of land in Petsworth parish, Gloucester, adjoining the land of "Mr. William Thornton the elder." He was a vestryman of Petsworth. Issue (1st m.): 4, Elizabeth, born August 26, 1672; 5, Margaret, born August 14, 1674; 6, Mary, born May 11, 1676; 7. Esther, born January 6, 1677; 8, Sarah, born August 17, 1679; 9, Jane, born August 10, 1681; 10, Judith, born October 22,1683; 11, Anna, born June 15,1685; 12, William, born September 11,1686; (2d m.): 13, Susan, born June 11, 1686; 14, Francis; 15, Seth, born October 13, 1694 (vestryman of Petsworth); 16 and 17, William and Prudence (twins), born March 31,1699; 18, John, born April 17, 1701; 19, Johanna, born December 3, 1703.
  2. Francis Thornton born Nov. 5, 1651, settled in Stafford county, probably before the year 1700. He married first Alice, daughter of Captain Anthony Savage, of Gloucester county (who was a justice of Gloucester in 1660, and had considerable land." Image.

2Virginia, Isle of Wight County, Will Book, Vol. 3, 1726-1734, p. 272-273. "Inv. & Appr. rec. 27 Feb. 1726, p. 388-389. Accounts rec. 25 Feb. 1733."


William Thornton Jr.

1William and Mary College Quarterly historical magazine, Whittet & Shepperson, Richmond, Virginia, Vol V. pg 20. "joining the lands of Andrew Buckner, Col. Wm. Ball, and Mr. Richard Whitehead, and Muddy Creek, a tract of land which he had bought from Mott. There is also recorded in Essex, in 1708, a deed, dated July 16, 1675, from William Thornton, of Gloucester, gentleman, to Francis and Rowland, "two of his sons," conveying 2,000 acres in Rappahannock county, and also a power of attorney, dated 1708, from Wm Thornton, formerly of Gloucester, but now of Stafford, authorizing the confirmation of said deed. So in his old age Wm. Thornton removed from Gloucester to Stafford. It is not known whom he married, but he had issue: 1, William Jr; 2, Francis; 3, Rowland; was witness to a will in Rappahannock,1686. There is a deed, Richmond county, 1692, from Rowland Thornton, of Rappahannock county, planter, and his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Alexander Flaming, to Francis Thornton, of the same county, gentleman. Elizabeth Thornton, daughter of Captain Alexander Flaming, sold land in what was afterwards King George, in 1699. In May, 1701, the bond of Elizabeth Thornton, as administratrix of Rowland Thornton, of Richmond county, deceased, was recorded. There is no evidence that they had issue.
  1. William Thornton, Jr., of Gloucester county, was born March 27, 1649, and died February 15, 1727 (Family Bible). He was married three times, viz, on August 24, 1671; April 11, 1688; and October 20,1720 ; but the name of none of his wives is known. On April 26,1704, as "William Thornton the younger," he received a grant of 110 acres of land in Petsworth parish, Gloucester, adjoining the land of "Mr. William Thornton the elder." He was a vestryman of Petsworth. Issue (1st m.): 4, Elizabeth, born August 26, 1672; 5, Margaret, born August 14, 1674; 6, Mary, born May 11, 1676; 7. Esther, born January 6, 1677; 8, Sarah, born August 17, 1679; 9, Jane, born August 10, 1681; 10, Judith, born October 22,1683; 11, Anna, born June 15,1685; 12, William, born September 11,1686; (2d m.): 13, Susan, born June 11, 1686; 14, Francis; 15, Seth, born October 13, 1694 (vestryman of Petsworth); 16 and 17, William and Prudence (twins), born March 31,1699; 18, John, born April 17, 1701; 19, Johanna, born December 3, 1703.
  2. Francis Thornton born Nov. 5, 1651, settled in Stafford county, probably before the year 1700. He married first Alice, daughter of Captain Anthony Savage, of Gloucester county (who was a justice of Gloucester in 1660, and had considerable land." Image.

2Virginia, Isle of Wight County, Will Book, Vol. 3, 1726-1734, p. 272-273. "Inv. & Appr. rec. 27 Feb. 1726, p. 388-389. Accounts rec. 25 Feb. 1733."


William Thornton

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/48364917. "Headstone was moved from Clay Bank to the family cemetery. Until then it had been used as a door step at a grist mill, and later, in the same way, at a home near Clay Bank.

source: Epitaphs of Gloucester and Mathews Counties, A.P.V.A., 1959

Inscription
Here Lyeth
the Body of Mr Wm Thornton born --- [1699?]
who married the youngest
daughter of Mr. John Meaux
by whom he had eight children
two of them lyeth on his left
hand, the rest are as follows,
Elizabeth, Ann, William, Meaux,
Richard and John. He was
a loving husband
a tender father
and kind neighbor
he dyeth May ye 3d 1745
Aged 46 years." Image.


Lawrence Nicholas Amos

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/39767731/lawrence-n_-amos. Image.


Adeliza E "Addie" Harder

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/39767540. Image.


Julian H Amos

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/39767657. Image.


Alice Amos

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/53673561. Image.


William Montpelier Thornton

1Clark, Peyton Neale, Old King William Homes and Families, https://www.familysearch.org/photos/artifacts/70683480. "page 105." Image.

2William and Mary College Quarterly historical magazine, Whittet & Shepperson, Richmond, Virginia, Vol. 6, No 4 (Apr. 1898) pp. 238-244. Image.


Jane Sterling Clack

1Clark, Peyton Neale, Old King William Homes and Families, https://www.familysearch.org/photos/artifacts/70683480. "page 105." Image.

2William and Mary College Quarterly historical magazine, Whittet & Shepperson, Richmond, Virginia, Vol. 6, No 4 (Apr. 1898) pp. 238-244. Image.


Francis Thornton

1William and Mary College Quarterly historical magazine, Whittet & Shepperson, Richmond, Virginia, Vol. 6, No 4 (Apr. 1898) pp. 238-244. Image.

2William and Mary College Quarterly historical magazine, Vol. 6, No 4 (Apr. 1898) pp. 238-244. Image.


Daniel Wilcox

1England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JQP4-SXJ. "Name: Daniell Wilcoxe
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 24 Jun 1630
Christening Date (Original): 24 JUN 1630
Christening Place: CROFT,LINCOLN,ENGLAND
Death Date: 22 Sep 1630
Father's Name: Edward Wilcoxe
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C02772-2
System Origin: England-ODM
GS Film number: 421979
Reference ID:

Citing this Record
"England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JQP4-SXV : 11 February 2018, Edward Wilcoxe in entry for Daniell Wilcoxe, 22 Sep 1630); citing , index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City; FHL microfilm 421,979." Image.


William Thornton Jr.

1William and Mary College Quarterly historical magazine, Whittet & Shepperson, Richmond, Virginia, Vol V. pg 20. "joining the lands of Andrew Buckner, Col. Wm. Ball, and Mr. Richard Whitehead, and Muddy Creek, a tract of land which he had bought from Mott. There is also recorded in Essex, in 1708, a deed, dated July 16, 1675, from William Thornton, of Gloucester, gentleman, to Francis and Rowland, "two of his sons," conveying 2,000 acres in Rappahannock county, and also a power of attorney, dated 1708, from Wm Thornton, formerly of Gloucester, but now of Stafford, authorizing the confirmation of said deed. So in his old age Wm. Thornton removed from Gloucester to Stafford. It is not known whom he married, but he had issue: 1, William Jr; 2, Francis; 3, Rowland; was witness to a will in Rappahannock,1686. There is a deed, Richmond county, 1692, from Rowland Thornton, of Rappahannock county, planter, and his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Alexander Flaming, to Francis Thornton, of the same county, gentleman. Elizabeth Thornton, daughter of Captain Alexander Flaming, sold land in what was afterwards King George, in 1699. In May, 1701, the bond of Elizabeth Thornton, as administratrix of Rowland Thornton, of Richmond county, deceased, was recorded. There is no evidence that they had issue.
  1. William Thornton, Jr., of Gloucester county, was born March 27, 1649, and died February 15, 1727 (Family Bible). He was married three times, viz, on August 24, 1671; April 11, 1688; and October 20,1720 ; but the name of none of his wives is known. On April 26,1704, as "William Thornton the younger," he received a grant of 110 acres of land in Petsworth parish, Gloucester, adjoining the land of "Mr. William Thornton the elder." He was a vestryman of Petsworth. Issue (1st m.): 4, Elizabeth, born August 26, 1672; 5, Margaret, born August 14, 1674; 6, Mary, born May 11, 1676; 7. Esther, born January 6, 1677; 8, Sarah, born August 17, 1679; 9, Jane, born August 10, 1681; 10, Judith, born October 22,1683; 11, Anna, born June 15,1685; 12, William, born September 11,1686; (2d m.): 13, Susan, born June 11, 1686; 14, Francis; 15, Seth, born October 13, 1694 (vestryman of Petsworth); 16 and 17, William and Prudence (twins), born March 31,1699; 18, John, born April 17, 1701; 19, Johanna, born December 3, 1703.
  2. Francis Thornton born Nov. 5, 1651, settled in Stafford county, probably before the year 1700. He married first Alice, daughter of Captain Anthony Savage, of Gloucester county (who was a justice of Gloucester in 1660, and had considerable land." Image.

2Virginia, Isle of Wight County, Will Book, Vol. 3, 1726-1734, p. 272-273. "Inv. & Appr. rec. 27 Feb. 1726, p. 388-389. Accounts rec. 25 Feb. 1733."