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Eubank, Simpkins

Kim W (View posts)
Posted: 12 Jan 2003 8:13AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Eubank, Simpkins, Alexander, Long
I am looking for the parents of my 4th great grandfather, William Trice Eubank and his siblings. I have most of the descendents of the 7. My line is Eubank to Alexander to Long, all of whom remained at the family homeplace in King William Co. They may have come from K&Q prior to 1830. Family Bible lists a Thomas Eubank who died in Sept. 1831, who may have been their father.

1 Henry EUBANK (b. 8/20/1805 d 6/1846)
.....m Elizabeth FOGG (b 6/16/1819 d 4/2/1895)

2. William Trice EUBANK (b1807 d1892)
.......m Mary (Polly) SIMPKINS (b1807)
.........Georgeanna m John Carter ALEXANDER;
.........Eliza Henry m George SHUMAN;
.........Agnes Newell (twin) m 1)Joseph WEST
.............................m 2) Matthew P DIMUE
.........Mary William (twin) m William Luther MAHON

3 Sally Ann EUBANK (b. 1809)
.......m Absalom W. ATKINS (b. 1800)

4 Elizabeth EUBANK (b. 1811)
.......m John (Jack) ALLEN (b. 1808 d 1882)

5 Lucy EUBANK (b. 1814)
.......m 1) Unknown PERRYMAN
..............possible daughter Mary E Perryman who died in
..............1857 at 19 years.
.......m 2) '? REID' after 1840 possibly Robert Reid

6 Thomas EUBANK (b 5/28/1819 d 5/1865)
.......m 1) Mary E ALEXANDER b1828 d1851 Married abt 1850
.......m 2) Lucy Susan Unknown b1832 Married 5/3/1857 d1907

7. John Y EUBANK (b. 1826 d. 1859)

The whole family was in King William County at least as early as 1840 when William Trice Eubank and his wife Mary (Polly) Simpkins Eubank purchased our family homeplace 'Greenmount' from the estate of William Sizer. 'Greenmount' is on Rt 600 near Beulah Church. The entire family attended Beulah Church from at least 1831 when William T Eubank was baptized. Henry's farm was called 'Troy'.

Family lore says William T Eubank named his daughters after male reletives. I'm wondering about Georgeanna and Agnes Newell.

Does any of this 'ring a bell'? Any help would be appreciated!

Kim
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Kim W 12 Jan 2003 3:13PM GMT 
BIGJIM123 31 Aug 2003 4:29AM GMT 
wrennk1 1 Sep 2003 3:02AM GMT 
burl abraham 8 Feb 2004 12:56AM GMT 
KimW 9 Feb 2004 1:34AM GMT 
burl abraham 9 Feb 2004 2:12AM GMT 
wrennk1 26 Apr 2004 2:41AM GMT 
burl abraham 27 Apr 2004 1:21AM GMT 
wrennk1 3 May 2004 3:31AM GMT 
selder81 30 Sep 2012 6:15PM GMT 
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