Yates and Others

William Roper

William Roper

Male 1760 - 1814  (54 years)

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  William Roper was born in 1760 in North Carolina (son of James David Roper and Sarah Ann Yates); died on 1 Mar 1814 in Tennessee.

    William married Keziah Yates on 31 Aug 1781 in Caswell, North Carolina. Keziah was born on 1 Jan 1766 in Virginia; died in 1802 in Tennessee. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. Henry Roper was born on 8 Jan 1788 in North Carolina; died in 1845 in North Carolina.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  James David Roper was born on 8 Jan 1728 in New Kent, Virginia (son of John Roper and Mary Obeidence Clay); died in 1795 in Caswell Co., North Carolina.

    James married Sarah Ann Yates on 3 Feb 1746. Sarah was born on 30 Dec 1730 in Bedford, Virginia; died in 1794 in Caswell Co., North Carolina. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Sarah Ann Yates was born on 30 Dec 1730 in Bedford, Virginia; died in 1794 in Caswell Co., North Carolina.
    Children:
    1. James C. Roper was born in Feb 1745 in Virginia.
    2. Jemima Roper was born on 22 Oct 1755 in Orange, North Carolina; died on 2 May 1853 in Wilkes, North Carolina.
    3. 1. William Roper was born in 1760 in North Carolina; died on 1 Mar 1814 in Tennessee.
    4. Mary Agnes Roper was born in 1762 in North Carolina.
    5. George Washington Roper was born in 1765 in North Carolina.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  John Roper was born about 1690.

    John married Mary Obeidence Clay. Mary was born in Feb 1710 in Virginia; died in 1770 in Virginia. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 5.  Mary Obeidence Clay was born in Feb 1710 in Virginia; died in 1770 in Virginia.
    Children:
    1. Richard Frederick Roper was born in 1700 in Virginia.
    2. 2. James David Roper was born on 8 Jan 1728 in New Kent, Virginia; died in 1795 in Caswell Co., North Carolina.
    3. William Roper was born in 1754 in Virginia.