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Ancestors of Lisa Kay Hoskins

Generation No. 9


      256. Thomas Hoskinson Jr, born Abt. 1712 in Rock Creek, Md - Prince George; died 1802 in Rock Creek, Md - Prince George. He was the son of 512. Thomas Hoskins Sr and 513. Jane Moore. He married 257. Ann Beall March 25, 1740 in Rock Creek Parish, Prince Georges County, Maryland.

      257. Ann Beall, born 1722 in Rock Creek Parish, Prince Georges County, Maryland; died 1800 in Rock Creek Parish, Prince Georges County, Maryland.

More About Thomas Hoskinson Jr:
Burial: Rock Creek, Md - Prince George

More About Ann Beall:
Burial: Rock Creek Parish, Prince Georges County, Maryland
     
Child of Thomas Jr and Ann Beall is:
  128 i.   John Hoskinson Sr, born March 09, 1742/43 in Rock Creek MD; died 1818 in Licking County, Ohio; married Ruth Lloyd Unknown.


      288. Maj Benijam Bolling22, born June 30, 1734 in Petersburg,VA22; died January 20, 1832 in Flat Gap, VA22. He was the son of 576. Major John Bolling and 577. Elizabeth Bland Blair. He married 289. Pattie Phelps June 20, 1753 in Albemarle Co, Virginia.

      289. Pattie Phelps, born 1737 in Virginia; died March 08, 1767 in Rowan Co, North Carolina.
     
Child of Benijam Bolling and Pattie Phelps is:
  144 i.   Rev Rev Jesse Bolling, born May 22, 1758 in Hillsboro, , VA; died March 10, 1841 in Quicksand, KY; married Hettie Polly Green Abt. 1776.


      292. Edward Sizemore23, born Abt. 1710 in Halifax, Virginia; died 1810 in Hawkins, Tennessee. He was the son of 584. William Ephraim Sizemore and 585. Winefred Green. He married 293. Elizabeth Rachael Jackson.

      293. Elizabeth Rachael Jackson, born Aft. 1710 in North Carolina; died Abt. 1751. She was the daughter of 586. William Jackson and 587. Dorcas Green.

Notes for Edward Sizemore:
ned sizemore cherokee #4451
sizemore indian family-saponi or mattaponi
served in a regiment of the Royal South Carolina troops during the Revolutionary war.
there is one account that a sizemore, supposedly ned, was hung by a Colonel Ben Cleveland on the tory oak in wilkesboro nc, but the one witness could not say for sure whether it was ned, all he knew was sizemore.


Notes for EDWARD "NED" SIZEMORE:
In 1746 He enters 400 acres at the mouth of Polecat Creek on the South side of Banister River. In 1754 Henry Sizemore enters 400 acres between Polecate and the brances of Sandy Creek. This was in Lunenburg Co. VA. in 1746, Halifax County in 1752, in Pittsylvania Co. in 1767.

Ned Sizemore's heirs claimed Indian Ancestors. From 1906 through 1908, they and their relatives filed over 2,000 Cherokee Indian Applications with the Court of Claims. These applications are in the National Archives in Washington, D.C. Thes affidavits were filed in order to obtain benefits under an Act of Congress approved June 30, 1906. The fund was to reimburse the descendants of Cherokee Indians for loss of their lands when they were forced to leave for the infamous "Trail of Tears" to Oklahoma. No one in this family received benefits because none of their ancestors were in the Cherokee Census enumerations of 1835, 1846 or 1851. These were filed because of Edward "Ned" Sizemore, b. 1720.

[Genealogy.com, LLC WFT Vol. 77, Ed. 1, Tree #1189, Date of Import: May 12, 2002]

In 1746 He enters 400 acres at the mouth of Polecat Creek on the South side of Banister River. In 1754 Henry Sizemore enters 400 acres between Polecat and the brances of Sandy Creek. This was in Lunenburg Co. VA. in 1746, Halifax County in 1752, in Pittsylvania Co. in 1767. He lived near the Greene Co., TN. Line.

Ned Sizemore's heirs claimed Indian Ancestors. From 1906 through 1908, they and their relatives filed over 2,000 Cherokee Indian Applications with the Court of Claims. These applications are in the National Archives in Washington, D.C. Thes affidavits were filed in order to obtain benefits under an Act of Congress approved June 30, 1906. The fund was to reimburse the descendants of Cherokee Indians for loss of their lands when they were forced to leave for the infamous "Trail of Tears" to Oklahoma. No one in this family received benefits because none of their ancestors were in the Cherokee Census enumerations of 1835, 1846 or 1851. These were filed because of Edward "Ned" Sizemore, B. 1720.

  Notes for Elizabeth Rachael Jackson:
Notes for ELIZABETH JACKSON:
Elizabeth Jackson was a Cherokee Indian. Some time about the mid 1700's Elizabeth was captured by the Indians and she had an Indian child, George All. When George was an infant his mother's relatives finally got together a rescue party and went to the Indian camp. There were two infants in the camp, and since the rescue party didn't know which was George they just took both of them. One of the infants was George, the other was Agnes. She raised Agnes as her child.

[Genealogy.com, LLC WFT Vol. 77, Ed. 1, Tree #1189, Date of Import: May 12, 2002]

Elizabeth Jackson was a Cherokee Indian. Some time about the mid 1700's Elizabeth was captured by the Indians and she had an Indian child, George All. When George was an infant his mother's relatives finally got together a rescue party and went to the Indian camp. There were two infants in the camp, and since the rescue party didn't know which was George they just took both of them. One of the infants was George, the other was Agnes. She raised Agnes as her child.
     
Child of Edward Sizemore and Elizabeth Jackson is:
  146 i.   George "All" Sizemore, born 1751 in Wilkes Co., North Carolina; died July 13, 1822 in Clay Co., Kentucky; married Agnes Cornett Shepard 1771 in Cherokee Nation.


      320. Josiah Bundy Sr, born 1700 in North Carolina; died 1760 in North Carolina. He was the son of 640. Samuel Bundy and 641. Tamar Simons. He married 321. Elizabeth Barrow December 04, 1735 in North Carolina.

      321. Elizabeth Barrow, born November 05, 1715; died December 23, 1796. She was the daughter of 642. Joseph Barrow and 643. Jane Nicholson.
     
Child of Josiah Sr and Elizabeth Barrow is:
  160 i.   Jr Josiah Bundy Jr, born April 12, 1748 in Pasquotank, North Carolina; died December 05, 1813; married Mary Symons December 25, 1766 in Pasquotank, North Carolina.


      322. Jehosaphat Symons24, born September 1709 in Pasquotank County,N.C.24; died November 23, 176724. He was the son of 644. Peter Symons. He married 323. Lydia Bundy in Pasquotank, North Carolina.

      323. Lydia Bundy24, born Abt. 1712; died November 01, 176224. She was the daughter of 646. Caleb Bundy and 647. Jane Manners.

Notes for Jehosaphat Symons:
[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #6024, Date of Import: May 1, 2002]

Jehosaphat M2 Elizabeth Bundy widow of Josiah Bundy Sr Dec. 1763


     
Child of Jehosaphat Symons and Lydia Bundy is:
  161 i.   Mary Symons, born February 13, 1744/45 in Pasquotank, North Carolina; died December 05, 1813 in Pasquotank, North Carolina; married Jr Josiah Bundy Jr December 25, 1766 in Pasquotank, North Carolina.


      330. Samuel Plummer, born in Frederick County, Maryland; died Abt. 1777 in Frederick County, Maryland. He was the son of 660. Thomas Plummer III and 661. Sarah Wilson. He married 331. Rachel Unknown.

      331. Rachel
     
Child of Samuel Plummer and Rachel is:
  165 i.   Mary Icypheny Plummer, born 1766 in Frederick Co MD; died WFT Est. 1809-1864 in ?; married John Bennett Sr April 29, 1786 in Frederick MD.


      424. Johannes Jacob Young He married 425. Margarita Mueller.

      425. Margarita Mueller
     
Child of Johannes Young and Margarita Mueller is:
  212 i.   Hans Adam Young, born February 22, 1722/23 in Germany; married Elizabeth Raven.


      460. John Frederick Row, born 1749 in Germany; died in Pennsylvania. He was the son of 920. Sr George Row (Rau) and 921. Mary Magdalene. He married 461. Catherine.

      461. Catherine, born 1750 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

More About John Frederick Row:
Burial: Rows church cem, Selinsgrove, Pennslyvania
     
Child of John Row and Catherine is:
  230 i.   George Row, born April 10, 1774 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania; died December 24, 1843 in Coshocton, Ohio; married Anne Magadelena Weaver Abt. 1814 in Holmes Co., Ohio.


      462. Michael Weaver25, born Abt. 1722 in Germany25; died May 11, 1801 in Haines Township, Centre County, PA. He married 463. Ann Barbara Moyer Bet. 1753 - 1783.

      463. Ann Barbara Moyer, born Bet. 1714 - 174025; died Bet. 1775 - 182925.

Notes for Michael Weaver:
!Information on the Col. Michael Weaver family supplied by Dave Marshall,
Pres. Holmes Co. Chapter, OGS. He came to America in either 1741 or 1751,
and was naturalized by the Supreme Court at Philadelphia on Sept. 24,
1762. He and his wife Anna Barbara presented a communion service to the
Lutheran Church of Heidelberg Twp, Lancaster Co. in 1764. He was assessed
in Penn Twp for the first time in 1771. In 1775 he was one of the road
supervisorsof the township. In 1787 he was assessed with 200 acres and
considerable personal propertyin the township That same year he was
granted a warrant of survey for 250 additional acres. In 1789 he and
Barbara were members of the Row's (Salem) Lutheran Church. About 1797, he
followed some of his sons to what is now Haines Twp., Centre County Pa.
where he died in May 1801. His will is recorded at Bellefonte, Centre Co.,
Pa. It is believed that he is buried at Wolf's Chapel in Centre County. On
October 8, 1776 he was commissioned Captain of the 2nd Company, 4th
Battalion of the Northumberland County Militia, and he held the commission
for two years. It is believed that Michael lived between the villages of
Salem and Kantz in Penn Twp Pennsylvania. [A copy of his will is in my
files]

[Brøderbund WFT Vol. 1, Ed. 1, Tree #5518, Date of Import: May 10, 2002]

!Information on the Col. Michael Weaver family supplied by Dave Marshall,
Pres. Holmes Co. Chapter, OGS. He came to America in either 1741 or 1751,
and was naturalized by the Supreme Court at Philadelphia on Sept. 24,
1762. He and his wife Anna Barbara presented a communion service to the
Lutheran Church of Heidelberg Twp, Lancaster Co. in 1764. He was assessed
in Penn Twp for the first time in 1771. In 1775 he was one of the road
supervisorsof the township. In 1787 he was assessed with 200 acres and
considerable personal propertyin the township That same year he was
granted a warrant of survey for 250 additional acres. In 1789 he and
Barbara were members of the Row's (Salem) Lutheran Church. About 1797, he
followed some of his sons to what is now Haines Twp., Centre County Pa.
where he died in May 1801. His will is recorded at Bellefonte, Centre Co.,
Pa. It is believed that he is buried at Wolf's Chapel in Centre County. On
October 8, 1776 he was commissioned Captain of the 2nd Company, 4th
Battalion of the Northumberland County Militia, and he held the commission
for two years. It is believed that Michael lived between the villages of
Salem and Kantz in Penn Twp Pennsylvania. [A copy of his will is in my
files]


More About Michael Weaver:
Burial: Wolf's Chapel in Centre County
     
Child of Michael Weaver and Ann Moyer is:
  231 i.   Anne Magadelena Weaver, born November 20, 1773 in Pennsylvania; died September 20, 1843 in New Bedford, Coshocton County, Ohio; married George Row Abt. 1814 in Holmes Co., Ohio.


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