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Mark Jr. Bleich



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Rebecca Bleich



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Georg Stocker and Christine Bleichauf



Husband Georg Stocker 1

            AKA: Georg Stocker
           Born: 4 Jul 1764 - Feucht, Nurenberg, Germany 1
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         Father: Franciscus Stocker (1725-1789) 1
         Mother: Barbara Kraus (1728-1794) 1


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Wife Christine Bleichauf 1

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1 F Maria Stocker 1

            AKA: Maria Stocker
           Born: 2 Apr 1794 - Feucht, Bavaria, Germany 1
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         Spouse: Zacharias Ner\ Heyder (      -      )
         Spouse: Zacharias Heydner (      -      ) 1
           Marr: 14 Mar 1833 - Bavaria, Germany 1




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[18401.ged]

Church archive, Regensburg 11/1-6-2-br

Copy of the birth and death notice exists here.[Downing.ged]

Church archive, Regensburg 11/1-6-2-br Copy of the birth and death notice exists here.


General Notes for Child Maria Stocker

[18401.ged]

Had illigimate son, Johan. Name also listed as Margarete. Notes of Heinz-Jurgen Stocker:

Maybe 1798. Different names: Margareta Barbara, Maria Barbara In the birth certificat of her son, Johann Peter, Magdalena Barbara.

I had not found her date of death because I searched for Stocker. She married Zacharias Heidner March 14 1833 in Altdorf. If he is the father of Johann Peter is not clear..

Church archives, Regensburg 11/1-6-2-br Dates of marriage

In the registration of the marriage of March 14, 1833 the wife Margarethe Barbara is not named Maria Barbara. Margaretha Barbara married, according to the registration, at the age of 35 (could it not be 39?) because of that the date of birth could be 1798, not 1794.

1798 there is only one registration with the name Stocker: Stocker, Anna Maria. born November15, 1798, christened November 16, 1798. Daughter of Georg Stocker, bricklayer, and Anna Christina nee Bleichauf. Godmother Anna Marie Eckensberger, legitimate daughter of Stephan Eckensberger, day laborer.

Subsequent the date of dying was added: April 29th 1801, "age 3 years". Church book, Feucht, 120-4, 1798, Page -, Number 28 At the date of birth of Margarethe Barbara (April 2, 1794) was christened a girl named Magdalena Barbara. She is the daughter of Georg Stockert, bricklayer in Feucht, and her mother, Anna Christina.

NOTE: Heinz-Jurgen Stocker, in his notes, comments the following of the above confusion in this person's date of birth:

"Solution: maybe it was a house with many girls."[Downing.ged]

Had illigimate son, Johan. Name also listed as Margarete. Notes of Heinz-Jurgen Stocker: Maybe 1798. Different names: Margareta Barbara, Maria Barbara In the birth certificat of her son, Johann Peter, Magdalena Barbara. I had not found her date of death because I searched for Stocker. She married Zacharias Heidner March 14 1833 in Altdorf. If he is the father of Johann Peter is not clear.. Church archives, Regensburg 11/1-6-2-br Dates of marriage In the registration of the marriage of March 14, 1833 the wife Margarethe Barbara is not named Maria Barbara. Margaretha Barbara married, according to the registration, at the age of 35 (could it not be 39?) because of that the date of birth could be 1798, not 1794. 1798 there is only one registration with the name Stocker: Stocker, Anna Maria. born November15, 1798, christened November 16, 1798. Daughter of Georg Stocker, bricklayer, and Anna Christina nee Bleichauf. Godmother Anna Marie Eckensberger, legitimate daughter of Stephan Eckensberger, day laborer. Subsequent the date of dying was added: April 29th 1801, "age 3 years". Church book, Feucht, 120-4, 1798, Page -, Number 28 At the date of birth of Margarethe Barbara (April 2, 1794) was christened a girl named Magdalena Barbara. She is the daughter of Georg Stockert, bricklayer in Feucht, and her mother, Anna Christina. NOTE: Heinz-Jurgen Stocker, in his notes, comments the following of the above confusion in this person's date of birth: "Solution: maybe it was a house with many girls."


Hyfaidd Ap Bleiddig



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           Born: Abt 0820 - Dyfed, Wales 3
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         Father: Bleiddig (Bledri) Tancoyst (Abt 0790-      ) 2
         Mother: Tangwystl Verch Owain (Abt 0794-      )


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Alt. Birth, Of, Dyfed, , Wales, Abt 0820

Alt. Death, 0893




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1 M Llywarch Ap Hyfaidd King Of Dyfed 2 4 5

           Born: Abt 0867 - Dynevor, Llandyfeisant, Carmarthenshire, Wales 3
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Gus Bleismer and Gertrude Thekla Randolph



Husband Gus Bleismer

           Born: 19 Nov 1888 - Clinton County, Iowa 6
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Wife Gertrude Thekla Randolph

           Born: 9 Apr 1895 - Mc Causland, Scott County, Iowa 6
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         Father: George Fitz Randolph (1865-1945)
         Mother: Meta Mueller (1868-1948)





Henry Frampton and Charlotte Blencowe



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         Father: James Frampton (      -      ) 4 7
         Mother: Harriett Fox Lady (      -      ) 4 7


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William Peere Williams-Freeman and Francis Dorothea Blencowe



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Wife Francis Dorothea Blencowe 9

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         Father: Robert Willis Blencowe (1766-      ) 9
         Mother: Penelope Robinson (Bef 1772-      ) 9





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1 F Mary Frances Williams-Freeman 9

           Born: 1818 - , , , England
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         Spouse: George Rooper (1812-1905) 9
           Marr: 8 Jan 1841 - Nascott, , Lincoln, England




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Place: Fawley Court, Bucks


Robert Blencowe



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1 F Charlotte Blencowe 4 7

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Robert Willis Blencowe and Penelope Robinson



Husband Robert Willis Blencowe 9

           Born: 6 Mar 1766 - , , Northampton, England
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       Marriage: 12 Oct 1789 - Crandord, , Northampton, England




Wife Penelope Robinson 9

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         Father: George Robinson (Abt 1745-      ) 9
         Mother: Dorothea Chester (      -1815) 9





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1 F Francis Dorothea Blencowe 9

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Thomas Shirley Sir and Ann Blendell



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         Father: Thomas Shirley Sir (1565-1633) 4
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Baptism, West Clandon, In Surrey, 30 Jun 1597




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1 M Sackville Shirley 4

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2 M Thomas Shirley Md 4

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         Spouse: Elizabeth Baskett (      -      ) 4




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He was brought up in a military capacity and was referred to as Captain. His name appears among Sussex delinquents about 1643. He was with Charles I at Oxford (residing in Magdalen College) when he was knighted by His Majesty, February 25, 1645 by the name of Sir Thomas Sherley of Sussex. a colonel in the garrison at Oxford. He was living in 1664 as his name appears on a receipt for payment of taxes in the State paper Office.


General Notes for Child Thomas Shirley Md

He lived as a boy in Magdalen college (Oxford) with his father, during the time that the University was a garrison for the King. He bred up in grammar learning in the free-school joining to the said college. He afterwards went into France, studied physic, and was graduated in that faculty. After he returned home he became noted for his practice therein, and at length was made physician in ordinary to his Majesty King Charles II.


Henry Grey Sir and Anne Blennerhasset



Husband Henry Grey Sir 4 7

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         Father: George De Grey Earl Of Kent (      -1504) 4 7
         Mother: Catherine Herbert (      -      ) 4 7


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Wife Anne Blennerhasset 4 7

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1 M Henry Grey 4 7

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1 UPDA 2 PLAC 4th Earl of Kent


John Blennerhasset



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1 F Anne Blennerhasset 4 7

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Philip Calthorp and Jane Blennerhassett



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1 F Anne Calthorp 4 7

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           Marr: Bef 21 Nov 1538. (Divorced in 1555)





Bran The Blessed King Of Wales



Husband Bran The Blessed King Of Wales 5

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         Father: Llyr Lear King (      -      ) 5
         Mother: Penardun Queen Of Britain (      -      ) 5


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2 M Carodoc King Of Wales 5

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Bran, the Blessed Sovereign, Bren

In 36 AD, Bran, Chieftan of Siluria, resigned his c r o w n t o his son Caradoc and became Arch-Druid of the co ll e g e of S iluria where he remainined some years until c all e d u pon t o be a hostage for his son. During his seve n ye ar s i n Rom e he became the first royal convert for C hrist ian it y and wa s baptized by Apostle Paul, as was hi s so n Cara do c and th e latter's two sons Cyllinus and Cy non . Hencefo rt h he was k nown as the "Blessed Sovereign" . H e was the f irs t to brin g the faith of Christ to th e Cymr y. He is als o at tributed a s introducing the use o f vellu m into Britai n.--- Magna Charta

In the earliest Welsh records, it is said that Kin g B r a n t he Blessed first brought Christianity to Britai n; b u t i n ot her sources, the credit is given to Linus ( Cylli n) , wh o wa s the only son of Caradoc. This at firs t seem s li k e a contr adiction. But in the genealogy of t he desc endan t s of King B ran it is mentioned that Carado c was th e so n o f Arch, and l ater that he was the son o f King Bra n. Th e ed itor, not know ing what the name Arc h means (a n abbrev iate d form of the Gr eek "Archon"), wa s at a los s to accou nt fo r it being applie d to King Bra n. What i t actually re veal s is that King Bra n was mad e Archon (si miliar to Arch bisho p); but that afte r the r eturn home o f Linus-Cyllin , he hav ing been consecrat e d by St. Paul h imself, the age d King Br an, his grandfath er , resigned th e Archon title t o Linus.-- -History of Wa les

...When they were all gathered together in the palac e , t h e y saw a woman in a strange dress in the middle o f t he h al l . Then she sang these fifty verses to Bran, w hil e th e com pa ny listened to them, and they all saw th e wom an:

'Here is a branch from the apple tree of Emhain, lik e t h o s e that are familiar; twigs of white silver on it , an d c ry st al fringes with flowers.

There is an island far away, around which the sea-ho r s e s g listen, flowing on their white courses against i t s sh in in g shore; four pillars support it.

It is a delight to the eye, the plain which the host s f r e q uent in triumphant ranks; coracle races against c har i o t i n the plain south of Findargad.

Pillars of white bronze are under it, shining throug h a e o n s of beauty, a lovely land through the ages of th e wo rl d , o n which many flowers rain down.

There is a huge tree there with blossoms, on which t h e b i r ds call at the hours; it is their custom that th e y al l ca l l together in concert every hour.

Colours of every hue gleam throughout the soft famil i a r f i elds; ranged around the music, they are ever joyf u l i n t h e plain south of Argadnel.

Weeping and treachery are unknown in the pleasant fam i l i a r land; there is no fierce harsh sound there, but s we e t m us ic striking the ear.

Without sorrow, without grief, without death, with o u t a n y sickness, without weakness, that is the charact e r o f Em ha in; such a marvel is rare.

Loveliness of a wondrous land, whose aspects are beaut i f u l , whose view is fair, excellent, without a trace o f m is t.

Then is one sees Airgthech, on which dragon-stones a n d c r y stals rain down, the sea makes the wave wash agai ns t t h e la nd, with crystal tresses from its mane.

Riches, treasures of every color are in Ciuin, hav e t h e y n ot been found? Listening to sweet music, drinki ng c ho ic es t wine.

Golden chariots across the plain of the sea rising w i t h t h e tide to the sun; chariots of silver in Magh Mo n , an d o f b ronze without blemish.

Horses of golden yellow there on the meadow, other h o r s e s of purple color; other noble horses beyond them , o f t h e c olor of the all-blue sky.

There comes at sunrise a fair man who lights up th e l e v e l lands, he rides over the bright plain against w hic h t h e s ea washes, he stirs the ocean so that it beco me s bloo d.

There comes a host across the clear sea, to the la n d t h e y display their rowing; then they row to the brig h t sto n e f rom which a hundred songs arise.

Through the long ages it sings to the host a melod y w h i c h is not sad; the music swells up in choruses o f hund re d s , they do not expect decay nor death.


Emhnae of many shapes, beside the sea, whether i t i s n e a r or whether it is far, where there are many th ousa nd s o f m otley-dressed women; the pure sea surround s it.

If one has heard the music the sound of music, th e s o n g o f the little birds from Imcgiuin, a troop of wo me n co me s fr om the hill to the playing-field where it i s.

Freedom and health come to the land around which lau g h t e r echoes; in Imchiuin with its purity come immortal i t y a n d joy.

Through the perpetual good weather silver rains on t h e l a n d; a very white cliff under the glare of the sea , o ve r wh ic h its heat spreads from the sun.

The host rides across Magh Mon, a lovely sport whi c h i s n o t weakly; in the many-colored land with great s pl endo r th e y do no expect decay nor death.

Listening to music in the night, and going to Ildath a c h t h e many-colored land, a brilliance with clear sple an d o fr o m which the white cloud glistens.

There are three times fifty distant islands in the o c e a n t o the west of us; each one of them is twice or th r e e ti me s larger than Ireland...

My words are not for all of you, through their great w o n d e rs have been told; from among the throng of the wor l d l e t B ran listen to the wisdom expounded to him.

Do not sink upon a bed of sloth, do not let your bewil d e r m ent overwhelm you; begin a voyage across the clea r s e a m t o find it you may reach the Land of Women.'

Then the woman went from them, and they did not kno w w h e r e she went, and she took her branch with her...-- -Iri s h ; au thor unknown; original 7th - 8th century.

Bran (Raven) the Blessed son of Llyr (Sea), was crow n e d k i ng of this island, having been raised to the thro n e o f Lo nd on. One afternoon he was at a court of his a t H ardd lec h (Ha rlech) in Ardudwy; he was sitting on th e roc k o f Hard dlec h overlooking the sea, accompanied b y his b roth er Mana wyda n son of Llyr, and his two brothe rs on hi s mot her's si de, N issyan and Evnissyen, and suc h nobleme n as o ught to s urroun d a king. The two brother s on his m other' s side wer e the so ns of Eurosswydd an d Bran's moth er Pena rddun, daug hter of B eli, son of Myn ogan. As thes e nobleme n were sitti ng thus th ey saw thir teen ships com ing from t he south of I reland an d makin g for the coast , moving easi ly and swiftly , runnin g bef ore the wind an d approaching r apidly. "I se e ships o u t eher making bold ly for out land, " said Bran. " Tell t he me n of the cour t to equip themselv es and go lear n wh at our vi sitors wan t." The men made rea dy and descend e d to the ship s below , and seeing them clos e up there w er e certain they h ad n ever seen ships bette r turned ou t tha t these, with the i r fine, graceful, hands ome ensig ns of br ocade. They cou ld s ee one of the ships d rawin g ahead of th e others, an d on tha t ship a shield wa s ra ised above the d eck with t he point up permost as a si g n of peace. The stran gers mad e for land i n order to ta lk ; they put out boats an d sail ed in to shor e and greet ed t he king, who could hea r ever ything from hi s seat o n the r ock above. "God be goo d t o you," said Bran , "an d may yo u be welcome. Whose hos t o f ships is this, a n d who is you r leader?" "Lord Mallolw c h (Matholwch), Ki ng o f Ireland i s here, and these are h i s ships." "Wha t is his w ishes? Wi ll he come ashore?" "N o l ord," the y said. "He ha s a reque st for you, and unles s yo u gran t it, he will not c ome." " What is this request ?" ask e d Bran. "Lord, he wishe s to ma ke an alliance wit h you . H e has come to ask for Bran wen ( Bronwen), daughte r o f Llyr , and if you wish he will al l y the Island of t h e Mighty wi th you so that both will b e s tronger." "Th e n let him com e ashore while we discuss t he ma tter." an sw ered Bran. Tha t answered went back to Mal lolwc h who r epl ied, "I will gla dly come." He came ashor e and wa s we lcom ed, and between hi s host and Bran's ther e was a gr e at mu ltitude in the cour t that night...It happ ened tha t Bra nw en became pregnant, a nd when the proper ti me cam e she ga v e birth to a son; the y name him Gwern (ald er ) son of Ma llol wch and sent him t o be fostered in th e b est place fo r men i n Ireland...Evnis syen said, "Wh y doe s my nephew , the son o f my sister, no t come to me? " "Le t him go gla dly," said Bra n, and Gwern w ent gladly . Evnis syen rose a nd took Gwern b y the feet, an d at onc e, befor e a man i n the house could la y a hand on h im, h e thrust t he boy h eadfirst into the fire . When Branw e n saw her so n burnin g in the fire, she made a s if to l ea p after him f rom whe re she was sitting between h er tw o bro thers, but B ran se ized her with one hand and hi s s hield wi th the othe r. Ev eryone in the house sprang up , a nd there a rose the g reat est commotion ever caused b y a hos t in one h ouse as e ver yone reached for his arms . As each me n went af ter hi s we apons, Bran protected Br anwen between hi s shiel d an d hi s shoulder. Seven escape d, though Bran had b een wo und e d in the foot by a poison ed spear. Bran commande d th e m t o cut off his head. "Tak e my head," he said, "and c a rr y i t to the White Hill i n London and bury it there wi t h t h e face turned towar d France." They landed at Aber A l a w i n Tal Ebolyon an d sat down and rested, but Branwe n lo ok e d at the Islan d of the Mighty, and said: "Alas, w oe t h a t I was ever b orn, for two good islands have bee n destr oy e d on my acc ount." And with that her heart brok e. The y ma d e a four- sided grave and buried her on the ba nk of t he Al aw ....s o ends this Branch of the Mabinogi, a bout th e blo w str u ck at Branwen, and about the Assembl y of Bran , where in t h e hosts of 154 districts went to Ir eland to a venge th a t blo w.---The Mabinogion


General Notes for Child Carodoc King Of Wales

Caradoc, Caractacus, Caradawg Strong Arm

Caradoc's birth-book or pedigree register records hi s a n c e stors as follows: Aedd Mawr (lived around 1300 BC ) w a s t h e father of Brydain who was the father of Anny n Tr o w ho w a s the father of Selys Hen who was the fathe r o f Brw t wh o wa s the father of Cymryw who was the fath er o f Itho n wh o wa s the father of Gweyrydd who was th e fathe r of Pe redu r wh o was the father of Llyfeinydd wh o was th e fathe r of T euge d who was the father of Llaria n who wa s the fat her o f Ithe l who was the father of Eni r Fardd w ho was th e fathe r of Ca lchwynydd who was the f ather of L lywarch wh o was th e fathe r of Idwal who was t he father o f Rhun wh o was the f ather o f Bleddyn who wa s the fathe r of Morga n who was th e father o f Berwyn wh o was the fat her of Cera int Feddw wh o was the fa ther o f Brywlais wh o was the fath er of Alafo n who was the f at her of Dinga d who was the fat her of Greid iol who was t h e father of C eraint who was th e father of Me irion wh o was t he fathe r of Arch who was th e father of Cai d wh o was the fa the r of Ceri who was the f ather of Baran w h o was the fath e r of Llyr who was the fat her of Bran wh o w as the fathe r o f Caradoc.---Magna Charta

Caradoc was born at Trevan, Llanilid (Glamorganshir e ) . H i s main residence was at Abergwaredigion ("the Mee ti ng -Pla c e of the Saved/Released Ones"). He was a grand so n o f Lly r , nephew of Casswallan, his daughter was Eur gan , an d he w a s a first cousin to Arthur.---misc. sourc es

...Then a proud, handsome man, of bold and eloquent s p e e c h said that it was a wonder how a large force cou l d b e co nt ained in such a confined area, the more so a s t he y had p rom ised to be at the Battle of Baddon (Bath ?) b y n oon in o rde r to fight against Osla Big Knife. "Y ou ma y ch oose to g o o r not to go, but I will go." He sa id. Af ter t hat, twent y-fo ur horsemen came from Osla Bi g Knif e to as k Arthur fo r a tr uce to the end of a mont h an d a fortnigh t. Arthur ro se an d went to seek advice ; he w alked toward s a big man wi th cur ly, auburn hair w ho stoo d a little

way off, and his advisors were brought: Bidwini, Gwarth e g y d d (son of Caw), March (son or Meirchyawn), Caradaw g S tr o n g Arm, Gwalchmei (son of Gwyar), Peredur Long Sp ear , Gr an we n (son of Llyr), Gwryhr Interpreter of Langu ages , Ffl ewd w r Fflam, Greidyawl Enemy Subduer, Cawrda v (so n of Car ada w g Stong Arm)...---The Mabinogion

Tacitus, describing the stand made by the Silurian s u n d e r the immortal Caradoc ap Bran at Caer Caradoc, n ea r Kn ig ht on, county Radnor, states: "The intrepid coun ten ance s o f th eir whole army and the spirit which anima te d them , str uck t he Roman commander, Ostorius, with as ton ishment ...Th e chief tains of the various tribes wer e see n busy i n ever y directi on. They raced along the ra nks o f their ar my. The y exhorte d their warriors, they r ouse d the timid , they inu red the va lient, and by promis es in flamed the a rdour of al l...Caracta cus was seen alt ernate ly in every p art of his a rmy. He gall oped along t he line s, exclaimin g aloud: 'Thi s day, my comra des, thi s very d ay, decides t he fate of al l Britain!' " Aft e r a desperat e shooting b y both sides, th e Roman legion s lo cked thei r iron shield s over their head s and advanc ed lik e the en cased roof o f a slated house. Al l of th e warriors o f Rom e were thus c oncealed from the Bri tons , who, Tacitus a dm its, were supe rior as archers and cr o ssbowmen to the Rom a n army. This s hell formation of th e R omans advancing, t hre w the unarmou red Britons into c onfusi on, and they sca ttere d in all dir ections. It seem s that Ca radoc was mome ntaril y expectin g his relative , General Gwyn , to arriv e with rein forcemen ts, and he h ied to meet him . But the y missed each o ther a nd while G eneral Gwyn was co nquerin g Caerwent, Carado c wa s captur ed by Argwedd Voeddi g (Que en Cartismandua of t h e nort h of England - a.k.a Bryn ac k of the Britons and Br iga nt e), the wife of Gwyn. In ch a ins, Caradoc was hande d a ca p tive to the Romans, appare ntl y Ostorius. Caradoc a nd h is so n Cyllin (Linus), and h is da ughter Eurgain (Clau di a of Caes ar's household), wer e after wards placed in Ro m e in the car e of Pomponia Grae cenia, wi fe of the Roma n Re gent, Genera l Plautus (comman der in th e invasion o f AD 43 ). Pomponia wa s later charge d at Rome w ith havin g "embrac ed a foreign sup erstition". --- History o f Wales

...Bran was saddened to hear of Branwen's disgrace.. . T h e y held a council and decided to set out for Irelan d , le av in g seven men behind as leaders, with Caradawg s o n of B ra n a s chief, and seven horsemen as well. Thes e la st wer e le ft i n Edeirnyawn, for which reason the to wn i s calle d Seit h Mar chawg. The seven leaders were Car adaw g son o f Bran, H eveyd d the Tall, Unig Strong Should ers , Iddig so n of Anara wd Cur ly Hair, Ffodor son of Erv yll , Wlch Bon e Lip, and Ll assar s on of Llassar Llaes Gy ngwy d, and th e Chieftain of D yved (wh o was a young lad ) wit h them. The se seven stayed b ehind a s stewards in c harg e of the islan d, and Caradawg so n of Bra n was thei r chie f steward...A s they journeyed alon g a compa ny o f men an d women approac hed. "What news?" aske d Manawyd a n. "None. " They answered , "except Casswallawn, s on o f Beli , has c onquered the Isl and of the Mighty, an d i s crowned ki ng i n London." "Wha t happened to Caradaw g so n of Bran and t h e men who were l eft with him?" "Cas swallaw n fell upon th e m and killed six , and Caradawg' s heart brok e with despa ir a t seeing the s word killin g the men and no t knowing w ho wa s doing it. Ca sswallaw n had clothed himsel f in a ma gic cloa k so that n o one c ould see him killing th e men , only the sw ord; howe ver , he did not want to kill Ca rad awg, who was hi s nephe w , his sister's son. The Chiefta i n of Dyved, who w a s a you th with the seven men, escape d in to the forest. "---T he Ma binogion

The men went to Catraeth, swift was their army, th e p a l e m ead was their feast, and it was their poison; t hre e h un dre d men battling according to plan, and afte r th e gla d wa r-cr y there was silence. Thought they wen t to t he chu rche s to d o penance, the inescapable meetin g wit h death o verto ok them ...The men went to Catraeth , they w ere renown ed, wi ne and m ead from gold cups wa s their dri nk for a ye ar, i n accordanc e with the honore d custom. Th ree men an d thre e score and th ree hundred , wearing gol d necklets, o f all t hat hastened ou t afte r the choice dr ink nine escap ed by th ree, through fea t s of sword pla y - the two war-do gs of Aer on, and stubbo r n Cynon; an d I too, streaming wit h blood, b y grace o f my br illian t poetry...The men hasten ed out, the y gall oped togeth er ; short-lived were they, dr unk over th e cl arified mead , t he retinue of Mynyddawg, fa mous in stre s s of battle ; thei r lives were payment for th eir feas t o f mead. Cara dawg an d Madawg, Pyll and Ieuan, G wgaw n and Gw iawn, Gwyn n and Cynf anm Peredur of the stee l we apons, Gwaw rddur an d Aeddan, cha rging forward in batt l e among broke n shield s; and though th ey were slain th e y slew, none retu rned t o his lands...---We lsh Elegy, a ttr ibuted to Aneirin

"Oppression persisted in brings on death"---Caradoc


Arthur Marcus Blessing



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         Mother: Jennie N. Chenoweth (1865-      ) 11


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Charles H. Blessing and Jennie N. Chenoweth



Husband Charles H. Blessing 11

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Wife Jennie N. Chenoweth 11

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         Father: Arthur Chenoweth (1834-      ) 11
         Mother: Mary Defreese (      -      ) 11





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Info from Greg NELSON, Salem, OR.


William Towne and Joanna (Joan) Blessing



Husband William Towne 12

           Born: 18 Mar 1599 - , , , England 12
     Christened: 21 May 1603 - Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 12
           Died: 30 Apr 1685 - Probably In Tops, Essex, MA 12
         Buried:  - Topsfield, Essex, Massachusetts 12


         Father: Richard Towne (1568-      ) 12
         Mother: Ann Denton (Abt 1569-1630) 12


       Marriage: 25 Mar 1620 - Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 12




Wife Joanna (Joan) Blessing 12

           Born:  - Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 12
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           Died: 1682 - Topsfield, Essex, MA 12
         Buried:  - Topsfield, Salem, MA 12


         Father: William Blyssynge (1575-      ) 12
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Children
1 F Rebecca Town 12

           Born: 21 Feb 1621 - Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 12
     Christened: 21 Feb 1621 - Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 12
           Died: 19 Jul 1692 - Salem Village, Essex, MA 12
         Buried:  - Family Farm 12
         Spouse: Francis Nurse (      -      ) 12
           Marr: 24 Aug 1644 - Of, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 12



2 M John Towne 12

           Born: 16 Feb 1623 - England 12
     Christened: 16 Feb 1624 - St. Nicholas Par, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, Eng. 12
           Died: Abt 1672 - , , Massachusetts 12
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         Spouse: Mary Browning (      -      ) 12
         Spouse: Phebe Lawson (      -      ) 12



3 F Susanna Towne 12

           Born: 20 Oct 1625 - St. Nicholas, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 12
     Christened: 20 Oct 1625 - Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 12
           Died: 1678 - , , Massachusetts 12
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         Spouse: Thomas Hayward (      -      ) 12
           Marr: Bef 1632 - , Aylesford, Kent, England 12



4 M Edmund Towne 12

           Born: 28 Jun 1628 - St. Nicholas Par, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, Eng. 12
     Christened: 28 Jun 1628 - St. Nicholas, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 12
           Died: 3 May 1678 - Topsfield, Essex, Massachusetts 12
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         Spouse: Mary Browning (      -      ) 12
           Marr: Abt 1652 - Of, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 12



5 M Jacob Towne 12

           Born: 11 Mar 1632 - Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 12
     Christened: 11 Mar 1632 - St. Nicholas, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 12
           Died: 27 Nov 1704 - MA 12
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         Spouse: Katherine Symonds (      -      ) 12
           Marr: 26 Jun 1657 12
         Spouse: Catherine Symonds (      -      ) 12
           Marr: 26 Jun 1657 - Topsfield, Essex, Massachusetts 12



6 F Mary Towne 12

           Born: 24 Aug 1634 - Yarmouth, Norfolk Co, England 12
     Christened: 24 Aug 1634 - St. Nicholas, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 12
           Died: 22 Sep 1692 - Salem, Essex, MA 12
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         Spouse: Isaac Estey (      -      ) 12
           Marr: Of, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 12



7 F Sarah Towne 12

           Born: 11 Jan 1637 - Salem, Essex, Massachusetts 12
     Christened: 3 Sep 1648 - 1st Church, Salem, Essex, Massachusetts 12
           Died: Bef 1704 - Sudbury, Middlesex Co, MA 12
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         Spouse: Edmund Bridges (      -      ) 12
           Marr: 11 Jan 1659 - Topsfield, Essex, Mass 12
         Spouse: Peter Cloyce (1640-1708) 12
           Marr: Abt 1682 - Salem, Essex Co, MA 12
         Spouse: Peter Clayes (      -      ) 12
           Marr: 1682 - Salem, Essex, MA 12



8 M Joseph Towne 12

           Born: 3 Sep 1639 - Of, Salem, Essex, MA 12
     Christened: 3 Sep 1639 - Salem, Essex, MA 12
           Died:  - Topsfield, Essex, MA 12
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         Spouse: Phebe Perkins (      -      ) 12
           Marr: 1665 - Of, Topsfield, Essex, Massachusetts 12
         Spouse: Phoebe Perkins (      -      ) 12
           Marr: 1665 - Salem, Essex, Mass 12




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1 DEAT
2 PLAC Probably In Topsfield, Essex, MA


General Notes for Child John Towne

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2 PLAC St. Nicholas Parish Church, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, Eng.


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2 DATE ADM 21 FEB 1713


William Matthew (Matt) Spurgeon and Charlotte Bleven



Husband William Matthew (Matt) Spurgeon 13

           Born: 25 Apr 1842 - Washington County, Tennessee 14
     Christened:  - Moved To Oklahoma 13
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         Father: William Madison Spurgeon Jr. (1815-1866) 15
         Mother: Amanda Melvina Galloway (1816-1871) 13 15


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Adoption, 1910 - Moved To Oklahoma




Wife Charlotte Bleven

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[bobspu.ged]

Other Source: Spurgeon Quarterly, Issue 5, p124


James Spurgeon and Mary Catherine Bleven



Husband James Spurgeon 17

           Born: 26 Aug 1835 - Washington County, Tennessee 18
     Christened:  - Near High Gate, Maries Co., Missouri 17
           Died: 20 Feb 1912 - Maries County, Missouri 19
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         Father: William Madison Spurgeon Jr. (1815-1866) 15
         Mother: Amanda Melvina Galloway (1816-1871) 13 15


       Marriage: 27 Sep 1860 19

Noted events in his life were:
Adoption, 1910 - Near High Gate, Maries Co., Missouri




Wife Mary Catherine Bleven

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Civil War Veteran-Union Army


Luke Delson Blevens and Edith Rae Snow



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         Father: John Rayburn Snow (1914-1976) 21 22 23
         Mother: Essie Elizabeth Bailey





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2 F Shelia Annette Blevens (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Sherry Elizabeth Blevins (details suppressed for this person)

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Shannon Ranee Blevens



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Shelia Annette Blevens



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         Mother: Edith Rae Snow





Tom Blevens and Alice L. Robinett



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Wife Alice L. Robinett

           Born: 15 Jun 1881 - Wise County, Virginia 24
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         Father: Matthias M. D. Robinett (1849-1933)
         Mother: Polly Louvenia Hall (1850-1923)





Alfred Blevins and Bessie B Swafford



Husband Alfred Blevins 25

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         Father: James H Swafford (1882-      ) 25
         Mother: Louella Crawford (1882-      ) 25



   Other Spouse: Wade Shuler


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Children: none


William M Branner and Alice R Blevins



Husband William M Branner 25

            AKA: William A
           Born: 4 Jul 1845 - Mossy Creek, Jefferson, TN
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           Died: 23 Dec 1907
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         Father: John Roper Branner (1822-1869) 25
         Mother: Deborah Massengill (1822-1885) 25


       Marriage: 4 Sep 1866




Wife Alice R Blevins 25

            AKA: Alice B
           Born: 15 Jul 1849 - Rogersville, Hawkins, TN
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Children
1 F Maggie Branner 25

           Born: 14 Jun 1867
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         Spouse: W M King (      -      ) 25
           Marr: 7 Jan 1883



2 F Sophie Williams Branner 25

           Born: 13 Oct 1870
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         Spouse: B W Witt (      -      ) 25
           Marr: 15 Jul 1890



3 F Lady Kate Branner 25

           Born: 30 May 1875
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         Spouse: James Sanford Burnett (1872-      ) 25
           Marr: 17 Apr 1901




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School: Princeton Coll-ran away; business coll Poughkeepsie NY

Service: JP Mossy Creek TN


General Notes for Child Maggie Branner

Place: Green Cove Springs FL


General Notes for Child Sophie Williams Branner

Place: Pruden TN


General Notes for Child Lady Kate Branner

Place: Jefferson City TN


Allen G. Blevins



Husband Allen G. Blevins (details suppressed for this person)

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         Mother: Patricia Elizabeth Betulah Beatty


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Anthony G. Blevins



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         Mother: Patricia Elizabeth Betulah Beatty


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Howard Evans and Audrey Mildred Blevins



Husband Howard Evans 26

           Born: 1903
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           Died: 1973
         Buried:  - McConnell Cemetery, Christian Co., MO


         Father: Henry Evans
         Mother: Minnie McCafferty


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Wife Audrey Mildred Blevins (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Edna Dee Evans (details suppressed for this person)

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Barron Carroll Blevins



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         Father: Brian Scott Blevins
         Mother: Rebeka Mae Mullinax


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Brian Scott Blevins and Rebeka Mae Mullinax



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         Father: Donald Baron Mullinax
         Mother: Judy Testerman





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1 M Barron Carroll Blevins (details suppressed for this person)

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1 Ray Downing.

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6 Bill Gertz-gertz@asu.edu oct 1997.

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