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.We are researching the genealogy of Sir Thomas John Watson, who was known as an Admiral in the English Navy. He came to Jamestown, VA in 1730 from the Isle of Wales, Scotland. He was searching for his brother who was also an officer in the English Navy. He married the Widow of the House of Hanover in Hanover County, VA, Euphemia Townsend. Their children consisted of Thomas Chiripton Watson, John Abishua Watson, William Bearskin Watson, Grissel Watson, Ceziah Watson, and Arphilida Watson. They bought a large piece of land in Pittsylvania County, VA and developed a tobacco plantation. A grandson, John Saul Watson who married Lucy Smith in 1800, moved to Putnam county, TN. His son, Thomas Townsend Watson married Sabra Jane Bennett in 1834. He was a Capt. in the Civil War. His son Benjamin Franklin Watson married Ardelia Miller and moved to Leonard, TX. His son, Benjamin Franklin Watson married Nancy Belle Baugh in OK. His daughter, Frankie Leona Watson married Vinson Lee Taylor in 1929 in Plainview, TX. Her daughter, Marian Taylor married Bobby Frazier Giles in 1956 in Amarillo, TX. Marian Taylor Giles is the chief researcher on this project. Please send any information you may have about any of these people to our e-mail address.
The Watson-Taylor-Giles Family Home Page
Updated September 5, 2000

Marian Taylor Giles,Ed.D.
1808 Chapel Hill Road
Silver Spring, MD 20906
United States
301-438-3356
gilessteve@aol.com

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