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Madison Co Families

Posted: 16 Dec 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 28 Feb 2002 2:13AM GMT
Surnames: Bailey, Buckner, Briggs, Chandler, Duck, Evans, Metcalf
Working on the following families is Madison Co NC; Ansel Bailey (1763), John Buckner Sr (1765). John Buckner Jr. (1798), Thomas Briggs (1788), John Chandler (1752). Martin Chandler (1803), Berry Duck, Moses Evans (1799), and James Metcalf (1777).

John Buckner SR.

Laura Buckner Williams (View posts)
Posted: 27 Dec 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Buckner, Brown, Roberts, Taylor
John Buckner is my 4x great grandfather. I would love to share any information on them. Most of
the infomation that I have comes from Walter C. Davidson of Llano, Texas. He has researched the
Buckners for quite a few years. I am descednded from John and Mary's son John who married
Patsy Taylor. Some have him with another woman but I have a coy of their marriage bond. This is
my descendency.
John Buckner m. Mary Brown
John Buckner, b. 1772, m. Patsy Taylor
James A. Buckner, b.10/5/1806 m. Susannah Roberts, b.5/11/1817, lived in Barnardsville, NC
Ninevah Taylor Buckner, b. 3/14/1840, m. Margaret Miranda Hurst, b.3/17/1845, lived in Barnardsville, NC
John Agleston Buckner, b. 3/2/1870 m. Laura L. Cole, b.6/23/1879, lived in Democrat,
Raymond V. Buckner, b. 9/28/1912 m. Mattie M. Carter, b. 5/27/1912
Laura Ellen Buckner b. 3/19/1951 is married.

I will be happy to send you a gedcom of what I have on the Buckners back to Charlemagne and
the Kings of Ireland. I don't show my John Buckner married to Mary Brown in Madison county. He and his wife supposedly moved to to Jones county Georgia near Macon, Georgia.
Thanks, Laura

John Buckner Sr

Posted: 28 Dec 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 28 Feb 2002 2:13AM GMT
Surnames: Buckner, Tatum, Leagle
What a pleasant surprise!! I had your James A Buckner(1806) and wife Susannah Roberts (1817) and most of their families. Have been to most of their graves. He was called Major for serving in Union Army during Civil War. What I did not know who his parents were. I had John (1772) and Patsy but not him as a son. James A received an inheritance in England during the depression but was not able to claim so his family told me. My line is as follows:
Henry Buckner (ca 1740) and Catherine Leagle
John Buckner Sr (1765) and Lucretia Tatum marr 22 Jul 1786 Rowan Co NC and moved to Madison Co NC.
John Buckner Jr. (1798) and Nancy Metcalf(1806)
James Riley Buckner (1825) and Johannah Ray (1829)
James A Buckner (1849) and Sarah Ann Briggs (1850)
George W Buckner (1881) and Katherine Chandler(1885)
Jeter Guy Buckner (1908) and Mary Johnson (1909)
Robert G Buckner (1935)

Several researchers say Henry(1740) was a son of Edward son of Richard Buckner (1667) and Elizabeth Cooke of Caroline Co Va. but have been unable to prove. Hope you can shed some light. Thanks.

Thomas Briggs

Harold Briggs Jr. (View posts)
Posted: 7 Jun 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Briggs
Robert,
I'm tracing my family too. There is a Thomas Briggs that I think is a direct link to me. His wife as far as i can tell was a (Jane)Briggs. I dont have her maiden name. One of their son's was named J.C. Briggs 1811-1898, he married a Polly Ann Jarvis 1823-1885. I also have a copy of Thomas Briggs's will, and the web address were the will is at is, http://cig.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/NC/YanceyWill... If that dosent work you can do a search for Yancey co. nc wills forum.
Hope this was some help,
Harold Briggs

James A. Buckner

Laura Buckner Williams (View posts)
Posted: 7 Mar 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Buckner, Roberts, Hurst
I just recently check the Madison county page and saw your response to my query on John buckner. The James A. that I speak of is not from Madison county. There is a James A. Buckner that lived in Madison county. As far as I know, my James A. did not serve in the Union Army as he was 54 years old in 1860. He was the James A. who lived in Barnardsville. His son Ninevah Taylor Buckner, married to
Magaret Miranda Hurst, served in the Confederate army.

James A. Buckner and 1st wife Susanna Roberts are buried in the Buckner family cemetery on Buckner branch in Barnardsville, NC.

Berry Duck

Chris Scudder (View posts)
Posted: 8 Apr 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Duck, Briggs, Radford
Also researching Berry Duck, married to Lucinda Radford. My wife is descended from his son, John Duck who married Louiza Jane Briggs in Yancey county. Would like to share information.

Buckner's

Brenda (View posts)
Posted: 3 May 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Buckner, Rathbone, Stines, Roberts
My great-grandmother was Betty Buckner, she was from Madison County, NC - she married Thomas Rathbone from Madison County area and my grandmother and grandfather (Garland Rathbone and Ethie Bell Stines Rathbone) lived in Barnardsville. Would love to work with anyone on these lines. Thomas and Betty are buried in Madison County, NC.

I am also searching for any living Roberts family in Madison County that were related to Troy Roberts or his mother, Bertie M. Rathbone Roberts. Troy had 4 children Pauldine and Ben were two of them if memory serves me correctly.

Re: Buckner's

Posted: 21 Jul 2002 5:06AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Buckner
I am trying to do some research on my grandmother, Martha Buckner who was from Madison County NC, she had a sister named Betty Buckner who married a Rathbone or Rathborn,(dont no correct spelling) and she lived in Big Pine NC which is in Madison County NC, at the time my grandmother died in the 1920's. My grandmother had four sisters, one of which was Betty, one named Savannah, another one I don't no her name but she married a Lowery, another one married a Maynard, and two brothers Alex, and I believe Riley...Would this be your Betty? I don't have much more information..anymore help you could give me would be appreciated if this is your lineage...

Re: Buckner's

Brenda Pierce (View posts)
Posted: 22 Jul 2002 4:55PM GMT
Classification: Query

This is my Betty - I am thrilled - I would love to talk to you - I will share all I have - contact me via email at ltlbit@mindspring.com and if you give me a # i will call you ...

/Thanks,
Brenda

Re: Madison Co Families

Posted: 21 Sep 2002 4:18AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 2 May 2006 5:08AM GMT
Surnames: Chandler
Here is what I have for John b. 1752. I have nothing for his children. Do you? Carey


Ancestors of John Chandler


Generation No. 1

1. John Chandler, born Abt. 1752; died 1825 in Buncombe County, North Carolina. He was the son of 2. John Chandler and 3. Elizabeth.

Generation No. 2

2. John Chandler, born 1729 in CAROLINA CO, VA; died 1790 in GRANVILLE, N.C.. He was the son of 4. Joseph Chandler and 5. Sarah Bilbo. He married 3. Elizabeth.
3. Elizabeth, born Abt. 1734 in Probably Virginia.

Children of John Chandler and Elizabeth are:
i. William Chandler, born Abt. 1750.
1 ii. John Chandler, born Abt. 1752; died 1825 in Buncombe County, North Carolina.
iii. Joseph Chandler, born Abt. 1755 in Luenburg, Virginia; died September 06, 1822 in FRANKLIN COUNTY, GA; married Nancy Ann Turman 1777; born Abt. 1755 in Granville, Virginia; died 1829 in Georgia.

More About Joseph Chandler and Nancy Turman:
Marriage: 1777


Generation No. 3

4. Joseph Chandler, born August 11, 1700 in St. Peters Parish, New Kent County, Virginia; died October 11, 1764 in Lunenburg County, Virginia. He was the son of 8. Robert Chandler Jr. and 9. Elizabeth. He married 5. Sarah Bilbo Abt. 1720 in Goochland County, Virginia.
5. Sarah Bilbo, born Abt. 1704 in King William County, Virginia; died 1766 in Virginia.

Notes for Joseph Chandler:

Joseph Chandler was the Sixth (6th) Son of Robert Chandler and Elizabeth. By 1726, Joseph and His Wife left New Kent County and moved to St. Margarets Parish in King William County, Virginia where He acquired by patent, 400-Acres of land. In 1732 He was granted 400 more Acres of land in Goochland County, Virginia, where He moved to with His Sons John, Joel, and William in About 1733.[History of Chandlers.FTW]

"The Parish Register of Saint Peter's, New Kent Co., VA. from 1680-1787, pp 2-4
[Episcopal] (Richmond, Nat. Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the
State of Virginia: 1904)

More About Joseph Chandler:
Baptism: August 11, 1700, St. Peters Parish, New Kent County, Virginia.
Christening: August 11, 1700, St. Peter's Par, New Kent Co., VA

More About Joseph Chandler and Sarah Bilbo:
Marriage: Abt. 1720, Goochland County, Virginia

Children of Joseph Chandler and Sarah Bilbo are:
i. Joel Chandler, born Abt. 1727 in Lunenburg County, Virginia; died 1799 in Greenville County, South Carolina.
2 ii. John Chandler, born 1729 in CAROLINA CO, VA; died 1790 in GRANVILLE, N.C; married (1) Elizabeth. WFT Est. 1748-1776.
iii. William Chandler, born Abt. 1730 in St. Margarets Parish, Caroline County, Virginia; died 1795 in Stokes County, North Carolina; married Delisha Cox Dobbins 1752 in Virginia.

Notes for William Chandler:

William Chandler Married Delisha, the Widow of His neighbor William Dobbins, who had died in 1751. William not only obtained a lovely wife, but also slaves from Her Father and Land from her former Husband. Both William's Father and His wife's Father John Cox died in 1764. William's Father Joseph Chandler left Him with 400-Acres of land.

William and His wife, Delisha Sold their property in 1799 in Caroline County, Virginia, and moved to Surry (Stokes in 1799) County, North Carolina.

Poll Taxes were paid by William to Surry (Stokes) County from 1784 through 1791. Poll taxes had to be paid for All males age 21 through 50-Years old.

William Died in 1794 and His Will dated December 25, 1794 was witnessed by Richard Wood and Mary Chandler. Mary Chandler was the Wife of William and Delisha's Son Richard. Richard remained in Stokes County North Carolina through the 1800 United States Census, then moves to Patrick County, Virginia.

WILLIAM IS A DIRECT DECENDANT OF JOHN CHANDLER WHO LANDED IN JAMESTOWN IN 1610.


More About William Chandler:
Census: 1790, Stokes County, North Carolina

More About William Chandler and Delisha Dobbins:
Marriage: 1752, Virginia


Generation No. 4

8. Robert Chandler Jr., born April 30, 1659 in York County, Virginia; died Bet. 1710 - 1720 in St. Peter's Parish, New Kent County, Virginia. He was the son of 16. Sr. Robert Chandler, Sr. and 17. Elizabeth. He married 9. Elizabeth Abt. 1682 in VA.
9. Elizabeth, born Abt. 1664 in King William County, Virginia; died 1745 in Virginia.

Notes for Robert Chandler Jr.:
[History of Chandlers.FTW]

BIRTH: Named in his father's Will, listed as second son. York Co., VA. [VA
Archives]
CHRISTENING: A computer generated genealogy, no submitter name, which mentions
genealogist by the name of Elisabeth Hanssen Angel in source notes. [Many
inaccuracies noted.]
MARRIAGE: Wife's name is established from the parish records (baptisms of his
children).
DEATH: No record of his death. May have died before 1715, when his children
began moving west.
LAND: Inherited land in New Kent Co., VA from his father in 1669. Ordered to
fix his property lines in new Kent Co., VA in 1689. Paid quit rent on 160 acres
in 1704 in New Kent Co., VA. Moved to Caroline Co., VA in 1713.

More About Robert Chandler Jr.:
Christening: April 30, 1659, Chiskiak Parish, York Co., VA

Notes for Elizabeth:
MARRIAGE: Listed as wife of Robert Chandler and mother of his children. "The
Parish Register of Saint Peter's, New Kent Co., VA. from 1680-1787, pp 2-4.
[Episcopal] (Richmond, Nat. Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the
State of Virginia: 1904)

possiblely maiden name Elizabeth Palmer


More About Robert Jr. and Elizabeth:
Marriage: Abt. 1682, VA

Children of Robert Jr. and Elizabeth are:
i. Timothy Chandler, born October 17, 1685 in St. Peters Parish, New Kent, Va.; died Bef. November 14, 1757 in Caroline, Va; married Justine Woolfolk 1715 in Caroline Co., VA; born Abt. 1695; died WFT Est. 1707-1789.

Notes for Timothy Chandler:
CHRISTENING: "Timothy ye son of Robert Chandler and Eliz(th) his wife, bapt. ye
17(th) day of Oct 168..." "The Parish Register of Saint Peter's, New Kent Co.,
VA. from 1680-1787, pp 2-4. [Episcopal] (Richmond, Nat. Society of the Colonial
Dames of America in the State of Virginia: 1904)

MARRIAGE: Will appoints his wife "Justine" as Executrix.

DEATH: Will dated 14 Nov 1757, Caroline Co., VA and probated 8 Jun 1758. Copy
in "Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine," Vol. XII (?), pg
50.

LAND: Moved to St. Margaret's Parish in King William Co. (now Caroline Co.), VA
after his marriage in 1715. Land grant to "bridegroom" in 1715 - 100 acres,
King William Co., VA, SW side Pole Catt [Creek]; 1718 - 100 acres King William
Co., VA. adj to his lands on Polecatt Swamp; 1726 - 390 acres in King William
Co., VA. adj his own; 1732 - 400 acres same location. Plantation named
"Woodlawn" located south of Mattapony, VA.
BIOGRAPHY: Jury service 1732-1746. (see court records) Senior Warden of St.
Margaret's Church from 1748-1751. [Episcopal]

More About Timothy Chandler:
Christening: October 17, 1685, St. Peter's Par, New Kent Co., VA
Fact 1: Christened October 17, 1685 St. Peters Parish.

Notes for Justine Woolfolk:
[History of Chandlers.FTW]

SOURCE: A computer generated genealogy, no submitter name, which mentions a
genealogist by the name of Elisabeth Hanssen Angel in source notes. [Many
inaccuracies noted.]
BIRTH: In her husband's Will appears the following: "...to my son Richard
Woolfolk Chandler, the tract and parcel of land and a mill which is thereon, th
land whereon I now live to himself and his heirs forever, only his mother
Justine Chandler, my beloved wife, to have her natural life thereon."

More About Timothy Chandler and Justine Woolfolk:
Marriage: 1715, Caroline Co., VA

ii. Robert Chandler, born Bet. May 30, 1687 - 1688 in St. Peters Parish, New Kent, Va.; died 1752; married Elizabeth Palmer Butler Abt. 1710 in St. Margaret Parish, King William, Va; born WFT Est. 1672-1696; died WFT Est. 1714-1767.

Notes for Robert Chandler:
[History of Chandlers.FTW]

"The Parish Register of Saint Peter's, New Kent Co., VA. from 1680-1787, pp 2-4
[Episcopal] (Richmond, Nat. Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the
State of Virginia: 1904)

More About Robert Chandler:
Christening: Bet. May 30, 1687 - 1688, St. Peter's Parish, New Kent Co., VA

More About Robert Chandler and Elizabeth Butler:
Marriage: Abt. 1710, St. Margaret Parish, King William, Va.

iii. John Chandler, born January 11, 1694/95 in New Kent Co., VA; died 1747 in Goochland Co., VA; married Maty Early.

Notes for John Chandler:
[History of Chandlers.FTW]

"The Parish Register of Saint Peter's, New Kent Co., VA. from 1680-1787, pp 2-4
[Episcopal] (Richmond, Nat. Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the
State of Virginia: 1904)

More About John Chandler:
Christening: January 18, 1694/95, St. Peter's Par, New Kent Co., VA

iv. William Chandler, born 1693 in St. Peters Parish, New Kent, Va.; died May 20, 1779 in Halifax, Va; married (1) Elizabeth Abt. 1726 in St. Peters Parish, New Kent, Va; born WFT Est. 1686-1709; died Abt. 1750; married (2) Judith Abt. 1755; born WFT Est. 1691-1737; died WFT Est. 1757-1788.

Notes for William Chandler:
[History of Chandlers.FTW]

"The Parish Register of Saint Peter's, New Kent Co., VA. from 1680-1787, pp 2-4
[Episcopal] (Richmond, Nat. Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the
State of Virginia: 1904)DEATH: Will dated 9 Mar 1779 and admitted for probate 2
May 1779, Halifzx Co Will Book I, 1773-1783, p. 260.

More About William Chandler:
Christening: June 26, 1698, St. Peter's Par, New Kent Co., VA
Fact 1: Christened Jun 26, 1693 St. Peters Parish.

More About William Chandler and Judith:
Marriage: Abt. 1755

4 v. Joseph Chandler, born August 11, 1700 in St. Peters Parish, New Kent County, Virginia; died October 11, 1764 in Lunenburg County, Virginia; married Sarah Bilbo Abt. 1720 in Goochland County, Virginia.
vi. Joel Chandler, born Abt. 1685 in St. Peters Parish, New Kent, Va.; died July 20, 1755 in Cumberland, Goochland County, Virginia; married (1) Priscella Mimms Temple Abt. 1719; born Abt. 1700; died Abt. 1764 in Goochland, Cumberland, Va.; married (2) Priscilla Mims 1719 in Virginia; born Abt. 1698; died Aft. 1755 in Goochland County, Virginia..

Notes for Joel Chandler:
Joel5 Chandler (Robert4, Robert3, John2, John1) was born New Kent county, Virginia 1683. Joel died 1755 Cumberland county, Virginia, at 72 years of age.

He married Priscilla Mimms Temple. Priscilla became the mother of John Chandler Henrico county, Virginia, 8 December 1715. Priscilla became the mother of Robert Chandler Henrico county, Virginia, 31 August 1720. Priscilla became the mother of Timothy Chandler Henrico county, Virginia, 1725. Priscilla became the mother of Jessie Chandler Henrico county, Virginia, 1726.

At 32 years of age Joel became the father of John Chandler Henrico county, Virginia, 8 December 1715. At 37 years of age Joel became the father of Robert Chandler Henrico county, Virginia, 31 August 1720. At 42 years of age Joel became the father of Timothy Chandler Henrico county, Virginia, 1725. At 43 years of age Joel became the father of Jessie Chandler Henrico county, Virginia, 1726.


More About Joel Chandler and Priscilla Mims:
Marriage: 1719, Virginia

vii. Daughter Chandler, born Abt. 1704 in St. Peters Parish, New Kent, Va.; died WFT Est. 1704-1797.

Notes for Daughter Chandler:
[History of Chandlers.FTW]

CHRISTENING: "The Parish Register of Saint Peter's, New Kent Co., VA. from
1680-1787. [Episcopal] (Richmond, Nat. Society of the Colonial Dames of America
in the State of Virginia: 1904)

More About Daughter Chandler:
Christening: May 12, 1704, St. Peter's, New Kent Co., VA


Generation No. 5

16. Sr. Robert Chandler, Sr., born Abt. 1626 in Elizabeth City, VA; died Bef. April 12, 1669 in York Co., VA. He was the son of 32. John Chandler I and 33. Elizabeth (TheWidow) Lupo. He married 17. Elizabeth Bet. 1644 - 1646 in York Co., VA.
17. Elizabeth, born Abt. 1628; died WFT Est. 1657-1722.

Notes for Sr. Robert Chandler, Sr.:
BIRTH: "Robert(2) Chandler, b. ca, 1626, d. 1669, was the son of John(1) Chandler who immigrated to Jamestown, VA in 1609. As a rationale for this father/son relationship: The immigrants following John Chandler were Richard, Arthur, Thomas and William, who came to VA during the period 1622-38 and in every case each survived but a brief time. Job Chandler, who arrived in 1648, was the second Chandler immigrant to VA who was known to survive for an extended period. Thus John(1), b. ca. 1600, and his sons, Robert(2), b. ca. 1626, and John(2), b. ca. 1635, were the only known Chandlers with extended tenure in VA until 1648. Further, it is known that no Robert Chandler of record immigrated to VA during the period 1609-64. Robert(2) was born ca. 1626 - this date being derived from the several proven records of his tenure in VA as a young adult and from the text of his will recorded in 1669. His birthplace would therefore, have been in Kiccoughton (also called Elizabeth Cittie) as it is well established that John(1) lived there at that time. The name of Robert's mother, nor the time of her death is not known. However, John(1) was married by 1636 to Elizabeth - apparently Elizabeth Lupo." Source: A computer generated genealogy, no submitter name, which mentions a genealogist by the name of Elisabeth Hanssen Angel in source notes.

DEATH: His Will is dated 21 Feb 1668 and admitted for Probate on 12 Apr 1669. Elizabeth City, York Co., VA

LAND: A Planter in York, Co., VA. [formed in 1642 from Charles River Co.] Land holdings privately purchased, rather than granted by the Crown. Listed as "of Chiscake" on 31 Jan 1657 [record of purchase of a cow]. York Co. Abstracts, various entries between 1658 and 1669.

[History of Chandlers.FTW]


MARRIAGE: Wife's name "Elizabeth" appears in his will.
DEATH: His Will is dated 21 Feb 1668 and admitted for Probate on 12 Apr 1669.
Elizabeth City, York Co., VA
LAND: A Planter in York, Co., VA. [formed in 1642 from Charles River Co.] Land
holdings privately purchased, rather than granted by the Crown. Listed as "of
Chiscake" on 31 Jan 1657 [record of purchase of a cow]. York Co. Abstracts,
various entries between 1658 and 1669.

More About Sr. Robert Chandler, Sr.:
Fact 1: Will probated April 12, 1669

Notes for Elizabeth:

MARRIAGE: Named in Robert Chandler's will as his wife and Executrix.
LAND: Witnessed a will in York Co., VA in 1651.

There is arguments whether Elizabeths last name is Davis....therefore I leave it as just Elizabeth, till proof shows itself.

More About Robert Chandler and Elizabeth:
Marriage: Bet. 1644 - 1646, York Co., VA

Children of Robert Chandler and Elizabeth are:
i. John Chandler, born Bet. 1650 - 1656 in York Co., Va.; died Abt. 1747 in Pos Manakintown, VA.

Notes for John Chandler:
[History of Chandlers.FTW]

A computer generated genealogy, no submitter name, which mentions a genealogist
by the name of Elisabeth Hanssen Angel in source notes. [Many inaccuracies
noted.]

ii. Mary Chandler, born Bet. 1648 - 1659 in York Co., Va.; died WFT Est. 1649-1742.
iii. Francis Chandler, born Bet. 1652 - 1658 in York Co., Va.; died WFT Est. 1653-1742.

Notes for Francis Chandler:
[History of Chandlers.FTW]

A computer generated genealogy, no submitter name, which mentions a genealogist
by the name of Elisabeth Hanssen Angel in source notes. [Many inaccuracies
noted.]
LAND: Listed as landowner in New Kent Co., VA on Virginia colony Quit Rent Roll
of 1704.

iv. William Chandler, born Abt. 1650 in York, Va.; died 1729; married (1) Jane Awbrey WFT Est. 1667-1700; born WFT Est. 1646-1666; died WFT Est. 1667-1750; married (2) Deliverence Taylor WFT Est. 1667-1700; born WFT Est. 1646-1666; died WFT Est. 1667-1750.

Notes for William Chandler:
[History of Chandlers.FTW]

A computer generated genealogy, no submitter name, which mentions a genealogist
by the name of Elisabeth Hanssen Angel in source notes. [Many inaccuracies
noted.]
LAND: Listed as landowner in New Kent Co., VA on Virginia colony Quit Rent Roll
of 1704.

More About William Chandler and Jane Awbrey:
Marriage: WFT Est. 1667-1700

8 v. Robert Chandler Jr., born April 30, 1659 in York County, Virginia; died Bet. 1710 - 1720 in St. Peter's Parish, New Kent County, Virginia; married Elizabeth Abt. 1682 in VA.


Generation No. 6

32. John Chandler I, born 1599 in England; died Abt. 1660 in Elizabeth City Co., Va.. He was the son of 64. John Chandler. He married 33. Elizabeth (TheWidow) Lupo Bef. 1636.
33. Elizabeth (TheWidow) Lupo, born Abt. 1597 in England; died WFT Est. 1630-1683.

Notes for John Chandler I:


Dear Ancestor,

Your tombstone stands among the rest, Neglected and alone.
The name and date are chiseled out, On polished, marbled stone.
It reaches out to all who care, It is too late to mourn.
You did not know that I exist, You died and I was born.
Yet each of us are cells of you, In flesh, in blood, in bone.
Our blood contracts and beats a pulse, Entirely not our own.
Dear Ancestor, the place you filled One hundred years ago,
Spreads out among the ones you left Who would have loved you so.
I wonder if you lived and loved, I wonder if you knew
That someday I would find this spot, And come to visit you.

Author Unknown

John Chandler landed in Jamestown in 1610. He is said to have been a 9 yr old survivor of the Starvation time in Jamestown! However various records have varying dates as to the landing of the Hercules at Jamestown. 1609/1610/1611...take your pick. Of what we are certain, he was aboard the Hercules, he was listed as a single gentleman, and he made it to Jamestown within the three years listed. He did for certain survive the Indian Raids, as he was on the list of 1200 in 1620, and was on the 1623/24 list of the living and the dead, of which those 1200 were reduced to 60.

note the following excerpted from Source:
History of the United States of America, by Henry William Elson, The MacMillan Company, New York, 1904. Chapter IV pp. 60-73
Transcribed by Kathy Leigh

""Lord de La Warr, or Delaware, was appointed governor of Virginia under the charter of 1609. He embarked with nine ships and five hundred men and women for Virginia; but encountering a terrible storm off the Bermuda Islands, he was delayed at those islands for many months --and woe to Virginia in consequence! The "Starving Time" came. The Indians were now hostile and no food could be obtained from them. Men with blanched faces wandered about actually dying for food. The death rate was frightful. Of the five hundred left by Smith the fall before only sixty remained alive in the spring of 1610. These now decided to abandon Virginia and embark in the four little pinnaces that were left them, hoping to reach dear old England. Early in June they gathered together their meager possessions, and with the funeral roll of drums left their cabins behind. Sadly, yet joyfully, they floated down the river to its mouth, when lo! far off in the horizon they beheld a moving speck --and another and another! They waited --and up the bay swept the ships of Lord Delaware! They all now returned to Jamestown, and the colony of Virginia was born again. How slender the thread on which hung the infant life of the firstborn of the United States! ""

((Being that the ships the Prosperous, the Hercules, and the Starr were said to be part of this fleet, then this would mean that John was among those who were the rescuers of the Starvation Time survivors in Jamestown.))

""Delaware soon had the colony on its feet, but the next year he returned to England and sent Sir Thomas Dale to govern in his stead. Dale was a man of much ability and strength of character, and as Fiske aptly puts it, "Under his masterful guidance Virginia came out from the valley of the shadow of death." ""

((awww, but also it is said to be Sir thomas Dale that led the three ships to Jamestown...which would then mean that John Chandler did arrive in 1611......))

http://www.washburn.k12.il.us/mool/jamestow.htm states the following:

In 1606, James I of England wanted to start a colony in North America. With the help of other men, he created a joint-stock company. This company was the Virginia Company of London. Acting as the president of the company, James I gave the men three orders. He wanted them to find gold, find a route to the South Seas, and find the Lost Colony of Roanoke.

To encourage people to travel with the Virginia Company of London, they began to advertise. The Virginia Company of London tried to tell people about the wealth that they could find in North America.

In December of 1606, three ships left England to sail to North America. Over 150 men and boys started the journey in England. Admiral Christopher Newport was in charge of the three ship; the Susan Constant, Godspeed, and the Discovery. In May of 1607, 101 men and 4 boys landed on a semi-island in North America. They built their colony on the edge of a river. They named this river, the James River, after the King of England. The Native Americans called this river the Powhatan's River or Powhatan's Flu.

The location of Jamestown was picked because the colonists felt that it was easy to defend. Because the island was far up the James River, they felt that it would be out of sight from the Spanish. The semi-island was protected on three sides by the river and marshes. This made it difficult for others to reach Jamestown.

This location was a swamp. Swamps are not healthy locations. Getting fresh water is a major problem in a swamp. Swamps attract mosquitos. These mosquitos often carry many types of diseases. This location that John Smith said was "heaven" actually was a terrible place for a colony.

At first, the climate was great and the Native Americans were friendly. Then, summer came. Blistering heat, swarms of insects, unhealthy water, starvation, and Native American attacks caused the colonists of the Virginia Company to begin to fail.

Most of the colonists were "gentlemen". "Gentlemen" were men who did not work or labor in England. They were rich men who always had otheres do their work. These men were not used to having to work hard. They did not know how to farm or hunt.

John Smith, a leader of the colony of Jamestown, was injured in a gunpowder explosion in 1609. He was shipped back to England for medical attention. While he was gone, a cold winter hit. This winter was so bad that they called it the "Starving Time". The colonists of Jamestown had to eat whatever was available; mice, rats, cats, and dogs.

When John Smith returned on May 24, 1610, he came upon 60 colonists. The rest of the colonists had died during the winter. The "Starving Time" had killed nearly 90% of the colony.

The colonists decided that this was the end of Jamestwon. They packed what they could on the ships, and headed down the river. Jamestown was abandoned.

The ships had traveled 10 miles down the James River when they met a boat. This boat was filled with supplies for Jamestown. The colonists headed back to Jamestown.

The colony of Jamestown was not making any money. They had not found any gold to make money for the Virginia Company of London. The colonists needed to find something that would make them money.

In 1612, John Rolfe began growing tobacco. Two years later, tobacco from North America was introduced to the people of England. The first shipment of Virginia tobacco was sold in London during the year of 1612. Although King James I did not like tobacco, this product began to make the Virginia Company of London lots of money.

During this time, Pocahontas was captured and held captive by the colonists. Pocahontas was the daughter of Chief Powhatan. (Pocahontas' Native American name was Matoaka. Pocahontas is a nickname which means "Frisky," "Mischievous", or "Playful One".) While Pocahontas was kept by the colonists, she was taught their religion. Pocahontas changed her name to "Rebecca" in an attempt to become more like the white colonists. She married John Rolfe in April of 1614. This marriage brought peace between the colonists and the Native Americans.

By 1619, Jamestown had exported 750 tons of tobacco. Tobacco was the American colonies' chief export. Jamestown was becoming a wealthy town. During this time, Jamestown imported two different products that allowed them to continue to be successful. They brought women and slaves into their colonies. The women allowed the colonists to begin families in the new world. The slaves from Africa allowed the colony of Jamestown to produce more tobacco and make more money.

Tobacco was one of the main factors that allowed Jamestown to succeed and become the first permanent English colony in North America.

Message posting lists? give this information:

1. John Chandler b: 1599 in England d: 1660 in Virginia
+Elizabeth Lupo b: Abt. 1596 in England
2.Robert Chandler b: Abt. 1628 in Elizabeth City County, Virginia d: 1669 in Kent County, Virginia
+Elizabeth Davis b: Abt. 1629

3.Robert Chandler, Jr. b: 1654 in York, Virginia d: 1710 in New Kent County, Virginia
+Elizabeth b: Abt. 1664 d: 1745

4. John Chandler b: January 18, 1694/95 in Virginia d: 1747
+Maty Early

5. Joseph Chandler b: February 4, 1724/25 in New Kent, Virginia d: September 28, 1805 in Caswell County, North Carolina
+Nancy Ann Atchinson b: 1740 d: 1800

6. James Chandler b: 1761 in Granville
County, NC or Lunenberg, VA d: 1808 in Franklin County, Georgia
+Elizabeth Ann Stovall or Richardson b: 1769 in Virginia d: Aft. 1850 in Franklin County, Georgia

7. Allen Chandler b: 1787 in Granville County, North Carolina d: December 3, 1856 in Benton County, Alabama
+Polly b: 1790 d: 1843

"""The grandfather under consideration, William Askew, according to the Muster of 1624. arrived in May 1610 on the ship PROSPEROUS (See A LIST OF SHIPS1607-1630 by Susan Hillier, June 1970, COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG FOUNDATION RESEARCH REPORT #103) with the HERCULES and the STARR as part of Sir Thomas Dale's fleet, having sailed from England on March 27, 1611, (As you will see, there is a question of dates, 1610 or 1611). """ Taken from the following website http://members.visi.net/~baskew/askewhistory.htm
whilst looking for the Hercules information.

is the following of any note?
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The Register of John Chandler, Dean of Salisbury 1404-1417.
Wiltshire Record Society #39 (1984).
[Wills, 41 abstracted in English. Salisbury deanery, 1414-1417. 19 clergy, 22 laypersons.]

Ancestor?
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Feb 1624/5, the Muster (census) shows John Chandler as a servant to Thomas Willoughby: "Muster of the Inhabitants of Virginia" at Elizabeth Cittie. Ensigne Thomas Willoughby, his muster: Thomas Willoughby, aged 23, in the Prosperouse, 1610; Servants: John Chandler, aged 24, in the Hercules, 1609...."

Land transactions suggest that John Chandler's "now wife Elizabeth" of 1636 was the widow Elizabeth Lupo. This would account for his rise in fortune, and his acquisition of the Lupo land which was held by his son in 1683 and thereafter. It may be that "now wife Elizabeth" was John Chandler's second wife, a first wife having died between 1626-1636.

12 Feb 1657/8 County Court, Elizabeth City, presiding justices include John Chandler. This is the last surviving record of John Chandler. He may have left a will, now lost, as he was a man of influence and property.

From England to VA in 1609 (age 9) aboard the Hercules. Feb 1624/5, the Muster (census) shows John Chandler as a servant to Thomas Willoughby: "Muster of the Inhabitants of Virginia" at Elizabeth Cittie. Ensigne Thomas Willoughby, his muster: Thomas Willoughby, aged 23, in the Prosperouse, 1610; Servants: John Chandler, aged 24, in the Hercules, 1609...." It is possible that John Chandler came over with relatives who did not survive, or as an indentured servant, or as cabin boy. It is possible that his family had some connection with the Virginia Company of London.

Feb 1623/4, among those on "The List of the Living and the Dead in Virginia," the original in the Public Record Office, London, as published in Peter Coldham's "Complete Book of Immigrants, 1607-1660," p. 44. He was a single man living in Elizabeth City [originally the burrough of Kiccoughton - settled about 1610 by a group of people from Jamestown], VA. [Elizabeth City is today Hampton, VA.]

John Chandler was an "Ancient Planter," that is one who arrived in Virginia before 1616. A "Charter of Orders" of 1618/19 authorized land grants to those early settlers who had survived. "Cavaliers and Pioneers," Vol. I, by Nell Nugent, p xxviii. Land patent - 6 Jul 1636, to John Chandler, 1000 acres Elizabeth City County, VA, bounded on the west by Harris Creek, extending east toward Point Comfort Creek, etc. John Chandler claimed this acreage on the grounds that he had brought over 19 persons to the colony at his own expense and that his "now wife" [Elizabeth] had come over at her own (or her family's) expense and was therefore entitled to 50 acres of her own for her "personal adventure."

Before 1640 John Chandler bought another plantation, the name of which survives in VA today: "...216 acres in Elizabeth City County, commonly called 'Newports Newes'." Feb 1639/40 - "This bill bindeth John Chandler of Newports Newes, planter..."

17 Feb 1639/40 - Samuel Chandler signed an agreement with John Chandler. Samuel Chandler was a London merchant engaged in the VA trade who came to Virginia twice in the 1630s and 1640s. Richard Chandler of London was witness to some of Samuel Chandler's documents. There is no evidence that Richard ever came to VA, but he was still active in the colonial trade in the 1650s and 1660s. It is not known whether Samuel and Richard Chandler of London were relatives of John Chandler of Virginia, but the association is suggestive. John Chandler was a member of the House of Burgesses from Elizabeth City County in 1645-46 and 1647-48. He was also a Justice of the County Court.

John married Elizabeth LUPO ? before 1636. Elizabeth was born about 1598.

Albiano Lupo was born in 1579 in London, of an Italian family living in England. He was a member of the Virginia Company and came to VA in 1610, settling in Elizabeth City. He died 1626, leaving a young widow, Elizabeth, aged 28. The land of Albiano and Elizabeth Lupo can be traced through the Chandler family for four generations, up to 1749. Land patent of 5 Jun 1645 to Wm Cock, land in Elizabeth City...adjoining land "late in the possession of Lt. Albiano Lupo, and now in the possession of John Chandler."

Eizabeth Lupo patented 50 acres of land in her own name on 20 Sep 1624.

M i Robert CHANDLER Sr. was born about 1626 and died before 12 Apr 1669.
3 M ii John CHANDLER was born about 1635. He died 1692.


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Chandler, John
State: VA
County: Elizabeth City Co.
Census/Enumeration year: 1624
The following additional information is provided about the record source: VIRGINIA PIONEER

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Re: JOHN CHANDLER, 1609/1610 VA IMMIGRANT
Posted by: Joseph Barron Chandler (ID *****9822) Date: September 04, 2002 at 12:58:23
In Reply to: Re: JOHN CHANDLER, 1609/1610 VA IMMIGRANT by Carey Seagraves of 4745


Aside from my own line - the connection of which to the family of 1610 immigrant John of Virginia I had just discovered when I posted the 1998 message to which you are responding - I have concentrated on thr first three generations and trying to pin down immigrant John's English home and family.

Beginning in the August/September 2000 issue of "Tidewater Virginia Families," a quarterly periodical of Virginia history and genealogy, I have written several articles expanding and adding to the account of immigrant John and some of his descendants first published by the Chandler Family Association. Subscriptions or individual issues as long as they last may be purchased from the publisher,, Virginia L. H. Davis. For details, contact her at <tvf@erols.com>. TVF is a highly professional publication with strict adherence to generally accepted principles of academic research and writing. It is available in most libraries carrying Virginia genealogical periodicals.

The CFA "Newsletter," published three times annually, has done some work on your line. To secure copies of back issues that relate to your family you may contact President Elizabeth Steelman at <beth@texramp.net>. Jim Reeves maintains a lineage data base (no sources or details and CFA does NOT warrant accuracy) that he updates every September and makes available for (currently) the nominal price of $14. The 2002 edition contains more than 80,000 names. Joseph Chandler Burton, Jr. had done a lot of research on the Elizabeth Palmer issue prior to his death in late 2000, but I don't recall if he lived to publish his analysis. You may wish to ask Ms. Steelman and/or Mr. Reeves about this issue. It may at least save you some time doing further research.

My August/September 2000 article deals with 1610 immigrant John, my May/June 2001 article presents all the proofs available (circumstantial) about his son Robert, and my article of May/June 2002 deals with Robert's descendants through his son Robert (II), who is your ancestor. It names the children heretofore identified by CFA researchers down to and including the 5th generation. I will NOT be doing any more work on this line; there are plenty of folks working this line, including you.

The male line that died out completely is not of concern to you or me - it was the male line of immigrant John's other son, John II that ended with the death of John IV in 1728.

I do notice a couple of off- repeated errors in your list. One is that Elizabeth was the "WIDOW LUPO," not a Lupo from birth. Another is that there is NO PROOF that Robert's wife's surname was DAVIS; that an error made by someone who either did not know the difference between a "godfather" and a "grandfather" or was just so eager to claim he/she had found something others had not found that he/she made the claim that William Davis was the geandfather of Robert's son William. The original plainly says "godfather" - TWICE to William Chandler and a child of another neighbor of William Davis.
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11 John Chandler (1600-London, England) Order of Descendants of Ancient Planters--John Chandler is believed to have been born about September 7, 1600. The Chandler Family Association publications say that John Chandler arrived on 6, June in 1610 at Jamestown, Virginia on the Hercules of Rye at the age of nine. The expedition of three ships led by Sir Thomas West, Lord Del Aware landed on Sunday morning June 10, 1610. We do not know of the circumstances of his family, if he was alone or with a mentor. The ships list of passengers lists him as a "single gentleman"

John lived adjacent to Albanio Lupo in Elizabeth City County, Virginia.

John survived the epidemics and Indian raids. He was single in 1623 when the list of the living was taken after the Indian massacre. In 1620, 1200 had been counted, but only 60 remained alive after the Indian attacks.

John was still single in 1624 he was living in Kiccoughtan, later Elizabeth City County, when he listed in a military unit run by Thomas Willoughby to whom he was indentured. He must have married not long after, for his son Robert was born about 1625-1630.

He married the widow of Albiano Lupo (who died in 1626) Elizabeth -?- Lupo, prior to 1636. This marriage brought ownership of 400 Acres of harbor front land into John's ownership where that land remained intact until the 5th generation when Hannah (Chandler) began selling off parcels in 1718.

In 1632 He was farming land that he owned or leased, and in 1636 he patented 1000 acres for himself and his "now wife Elizabeth," on Harris Creek in Elizabeth City, today within the city limits of Hampton, VA. He lived to be a prosperous planter, representing Elizabeth City in the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1645-1648. He was Justice of the county Court in 1646-1658, and may have died soon there after.

John Chandler's reference to his "now wife Elizabeth" would indicate a first wife who had died before 1636, and who was the mother of Robert Chandler of York County.

From the Chandler Family Associations Newsletter Volume III, Number III, P.O. Box 8132, Lakeland, FL 33802-8132. February 1994.
*He arrive in Jamestown in 1610 on the ship Hercules.
*He is listed in the Muster of 1624/1625 as a single man age 24.
*He acquired land in Elizabeth City co., VA and lived until his death on a large tract of land that bordered in Warwick Co.
*His marriage to Elizabeth Lupo, widow, was apparently his second Marriage.

It should be noted that there were other Chandlers who were immigrants to America at later dates. They are not related in this country to the 1610 John Chandler of Jamestown, although it is possible that there may have been a connection before coming to this country.

John Chandler b. ca. 1600, d. ca.1660, arrived in Jamestown Virginia in 1610. John Chandler was the first of the Chandlers to come to America as a permanent resident..

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~the following excerpted from a gedcom found on Rootsweb................ I dont know about Richard, nor whether the date of Sept 7th, which I have seen more than once is correct.
it is here as something to find more information on`~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

John2 Chandler (John1) was born St Margaret's, westminster, England 7 September 1600. John died 1660 Elizabeth City co., Virginia, at 59 years of age.

He married Elizabeth Lupo Elizabeth City co., Virginia, 1627. Elizabeth was born in England. Elizabeth became the mother of Richard Chandler 1624. Elizabeth became the mother of Robert Chandler Elizabeth City co., Virginia, 1628. Elizabeth became the mother of John Chandler Elizabeth City co., Virginia, 1637.

At 23 years of age John became the father of Richard Chandler 1624. At 27 years of age John became the father of Robert Chandler Elizabeth City co., Virginia, 1628. At 36 years of age John became the father of John Chandler Elizabeth City co., Virginia, 1637. John migrated to Jamestown Colony aboard the ship Hercules in 1610 from Lansbury, England
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from Georgia Whiteneys site:http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/3975/Chandler/chan...

Chandler

The Coat of Arms


The Coat of Arms of this Chandler Family was prepared by Miss Fanny Chandler,
from original obtained from the Herald's College, London, by the Rev. Thomas
Bradbury Chandler, D.D., Of Elizabeth Town, N.J., when he was there in 1775.

The crest borne on the closed helmet above the Coat of Arms, is that of the
Pelican in her nest wounding her breast to feed her young with her own blood
--an emblem of parental affection expressive of the family motto,

"Ad mortem fidelis"

The mantle--cut and jagged--handing from the Helmet, indicates the faithful
service of the wearer; the Gauntlet, his prowess.

Heraldic colors on the shield are designated by the direction of the lines.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

"HE BEARETH CHECKIE, ARGENT AND AZURE, ON A BEND OF THE FIRST, SA.,
THREE LYONS PASSANT, GULES.
BY THE NAME OF CHANDLER."


More About John Chandler I:
Fact 1: 1609, ARRIVED IN AMERICA ABOARD THE HERCULES FROM LANSBURY, ENGLAND
Fact 2: SETTLED IN ELIZABETH CITY CO, VA
Fact 3: Came to Va.in 1609/1610/1611 (depending on the record) on the Hercules as a 9 yr. old boy.

Notes for Elizabeth (TheWidow) Lupo:
[History of Chandlers.FTW]

MARRIAGE: Albiano Lupo was born in 1579 in London, of an Italian family living
in England. He was a member of the Virginia Company and came to VA in 1610,
settling in Elizabeth City. He died 1626, leaving a young widow, Elizabeth,
aged 28. The land of Albiano and Elizabeth Lupo can be traced through the
Chandler family for four generations, up to 1749. Land patent of 5 Jun 1645 to
Wm Cock, land in Elizabeth City...adjoining land "late in the possession of Lt.
Albiano Lupo, and now in the possession of John Chandler."
LAND: Eizabeth Lupo patented 50 acres of land in her own name on 20 Sep 1624.
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Lupo, Elizabeth
State: VA
County: Elizabeth City Co.
Census/Enumeration year: 1624
The following additional information is provided about the record source: VIRGINIA PIONEER Emigrant Ancestors

The CORPORATION of ELIZABETH CITTIE.


Acres.
NEWPORT NEWES ..........1300 planted. }
The GLEAB LAND ......... 100 planted. }
MR. KEYTH ...............100 planted. } By pattent.
THOMAS TAYLOR ........... 50 planted. }
JOHN POWELL..............150 planted. }
CAPT. WM. TUCKER ........150 planted. }
RICHARD BOULTON......... 50 claimed and planted.
JOHN SALFORD ........... 50 planted. }
ROBERT SALFORD ......... 100 planted. }
MILES PRICKETT ......... 150 planted. }
JOHN BUSH .............. 300 planted. }
WILLIAM JULIAN ..........150 planted. } by pattent.
LIEFT. LUPO ............ 350 planted. }
ELIZABETH LUPO ......... 50 }
THOMAS SPILMAN .......... 50 planted. }
EDWARD HILL..............100 planted. }
274


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Came to Virginia in 1616


More About John Chandler and Elizabeth Lupo:
Marriage: Bef. 1636

Children of John Chandler and Elizabeth Lupo are:
16 i. Sr. Robert Chandler, Sr., born Abt. 1626 in Elizabeth City, VA; died Bef. April 12, 1669 in York Co., VA; married Elizabeth Bet. 1644 - 1646 in York Co., VA.
ii. John Chandler II, born Bet. 1628 - 1635 in Elizabeth City Co., Va.; died 1692 in Elizabeth City Co., Va; married Ann WFT Est. 1645-1676; born WFT Est. 1624-1643; died WFT Est. 1645-1718.

Notes for John Chandler II:
I do not have this line, however it does die off in 1728 with John IV. I will have to find the remaining children from this line to that point.

More About John Chandler and Ann:
Marriage: WFT Est. 1645-1676


Generation No. 7

64. John Chandler, born Abt. 1570.

Notes for John Chandler:

the following information was found in a posting on GenForum. I have seen no evidence as to the legitamate nature of this information.

12 John1 Chandler was born abt 1570.

At 27 years of age John became the father of Nicholas Chandler 1597. At 30 years of age John became the father of John Chandler St Margaret's, westminster, England, 7 September 1600. At 33 years of age John became the father of William Chandler 1603. At 38 years of age John became the father of Magdalene Chandler 1608.

John Chandler had the following family:

2 i. Nicholas2 Chandler was born 1597.

+ 3 ii. John Chandler was born 7 September 1600.

4 iii. William Chandler was born 1603.

5 iv. Magdalene Chandler was born 1608.


Child of John Chandler is:
32 i. John Chandler I, born 1599 in England; died Abt. 1660 in Elizabeth City Co., Va; married Elizabeth (TheWidow) Lupo Bef. 1636.

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