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201 (Source: Ron, On your Rootsweb entry #20033, the person, Sarah A.,buried next to Michael is Sarah Angeline Mills,daughter of Robert Frederick & Elizabeth Bowman Mills, b. Feb. 4, 1844 d. May 16, 1911 buried at the old Bowman, now Pilot Knob Cemetery. Mother of Mary Elizabeth, Melissa Gertrude, Charles A. Sarah C., James M. and Catie. Hope this helps. harebowman@yahoo.com Harry E. Bowman) Mills, Sarah Angeline (I20037)
 
202 (Source: Ron, On your Rootsweb entry #20033, the person, Sarah A.,buried next to Michael is Sarah Angeline Mills,daughter of Robert Frederick & Elizabeth Bowman Mills, b. Feb. 4, 1844 d. May 16, 1911 buried at the old Bowman, now Pilot Knob Cemetery. Mother of Mary Elizabeth, Melissa Gertrude, Charles A. Sarah C., James M. and Catie. Hope this helps. harebowman@yahoo.com Harry E. Bowman) Mills, Robert Frederick (I20038)
 
203 (Source: Ron, On your Rootsweb entry #20033, the person, Sarah A.,buried next to Michael is Sarah Angeline Mills,daughter of Robert Frederick & Elizabeth Bowman Mills, b. Feb. 4, 1844 d. May 16, 1911 buried at the old Bowman, now Pilot Knob Cemetery. Mother of Mary Elizabeth, Melissa Gertrude, Charles A. Sarah C., James M. and Catie. Hope this helps. harebowman@yahoo.com Harry E. Bowman) Bowman, Elizabeth (I20039)
 
204 (Source: Ron, On your Rootsweb entry #20033, the person, Sarah A.,buried next to Michael is Sarah Angeline Mills,daughter of Robert Frederick & Elizabeth Bowman Mills, b. Feb. 4, 1844 d. May 16, 1911 buried at the old Bowman, now Pilot Knob Cemetery. Mother of Mary Elizabeth, Melissa Gertrude, Charles A. Sarah C., James M. and Catie. Hope this helps. harebowman@yahoo.com Harry E. Bowman) Froman, James M. (I20040)
 
205 (Source: Ron, On your Rootsweb entry #20033, the person, Sarah A.,buried next to Michael is Sarah Angeline Mills,daughter of Robert Frederick & Elizabeth Bowman Mills, b. Feb. 4, 1844 d. May 16, 1911 buried at the old Bowman, now Pilot Knob Cemetery. Mother of Mary Elizabeth, Melissa Gertrude, Charles A. Sarah C., James M. and Catie. Hope this helps. harebowman@yahoo.com Harry E. Bowman) Froman, Catie (I20041)
 
206 (SOURCE: SAR Application) Yates, James Gaines (I9831)
 
207 (SOURCE: SAR Application) Browning, Mary Malinda (I11430)
 
208 (SOURCE: SAR Application) Yates, John Milton (I12583)
 
209 (SOURCE: SAR Application) Royse, Malinda (I12584)
 
210 (SOURCE: SAR Application) Yates, Myrtie B. (I12589)
 
211 (SOURCE: SAR Application) Patton, William (I18297)
 
212 (SOURCE: SAR Application) Patton, Finnis B. (I18298)
 
213 (Source: Steve Rogers' maternal grandparents descend through the Yates Family. They are direct descendents of John Yates (1672 - 1724) & Elizabeth Field (1670 - 1709). He has been working on the family tree since 1966; revie14207@msn.com)

He came to the Town of Caroline with his father-in-law Francis Norwood Jr., in the spring of 1801 from Apalachin, Tioga Co., NY where his parents had settled. Lemuel and his father-in-law are known as early settlers of the Slaterville Springs, Town of Caroline, NY area. Lemuel lived and died in Slaterville Springs, Tompkins Co., NY. He died August 23, 1854 and was buried on his old homestead farm property, known today as the Yates Cemetery.

Their children that are known were: Stephen, Amariah, Lydia, Benjamin, Francis, Candice, Miranda, William, Mary, Joseph, and possibly a Jacob P. Yates. 
Yates, Lemuel (I11502)
 
214 (Source: Steve Rogers' maternal grandparents descend through the Yates Family. They are direct descendents of John Yates (1672 - 1724) & Elizabeth Field (1670 - 1709). He has been working on the family tree since 1966; revie14207@msn.com)

He came to the Town of Caroline with his son-in-law in the spring of 1801 from Apalachin, Tioga Co., NY. Lemuel Yates and his father-in-law are known as early settlers of the Slaterville Springs, Town of Caroline, NY area. He was buried the Yates Cemetery. 
Norwood, Francis Jr. (I14324)
 
215 (Source: Steve Rogers' maternal grandparents descend through the Yates Family. They are direct descendents of John Yates (1672 - 1724) & Elizabeth Field (1670 - 1709). He has been working on the family tree since 1966; revie14207@msn.com)

Lucinda (Norwood) Yates was the daughter of Francis and Lydia (Barney) Norwood. She was the wife of Lemuel Yates. They were married at Apalachin, Tioga County, New York February 2O, 1799. She was the mother of Rev. Stephen Yates. He was a Local Preacher in the Methodist Episcopal Church. She was 67 years, 9 months and 25 days old at the time of her death. 
Norwood, Lucinda (I11503)
 
216 (Source: Steve Rogers' maternal grandparents descend through the Yates Family. They are direct descendents of John Yates (1672 - 1724) & Elizabeth Field (1670 - 1709). He has been working on the family tree since 1966; revie14207@msn.com)

Lydia (Barney) Norwood was the daughter of David and Elizabeth (Garnsey) Barney. She was the wife of Francis Norwood. 
Barney, Lydia (I14325)
 
217 (Source: Story written by Violet Henry, 7/5/1972 ) THE FAMILY TREE OF THE BRYANTS; after 1870 , Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois

As far back as I can trace the Bryants is to Virginia and Kentucky, but your grandfather always said that we were Irish and Indian.

Your great great grandfather's name was John Bryant and your great great grandmother's name was Rachel. They lived in Virginia. His occupation was farming.

Soon their family increased. A son was born. John and Rachel named their first born son Alfred Kinley who was your great grandfather. Three other sons were born to them, Steve, Bill, and Dave. The boys spent a happy boyhood on their father's farm.

Alfred Kinley married a girl from West Virginia whose parents were dead. Another family had raised her, whose name I don't know, but they claimed that she was part Indian. How they came to raise her or where they found her I can 't tell you, but I do know that Mary Jane Mills was her right name, and that she was part Indian because your grandfather always told us that we were part Indian.

It wasn't too long after Kinley and Mary Jane Mills were married that Kinley joined the Civil War and held the rank as General. He fought on the Southern side.

Bill, Kinley's brother, also joined the war on the Southern side, but later he deserted and went over to the Northern side. Your great grandfather, Kinley, always sald that if he had ever had his gun on Bill, he would never have taken it off.

While Kinley was away fighting, their first child was born and had died before he got home. When Kinley was discharged, he came back to the farm for a while. Mary Jane and Kinley had eight other children, John being next to the oldest. His full name was John C. Brackenridge. Mary Jane and Kinley named all of their sons after the Southern generals.

John was sixteeen when they moved to Ousley County, Kentucky. After the war was over Kinley had to give his farm up and came to Kentucky to become a mason. They stayed in Kentucky until the boys were young men, then they moved to Crawfordsville, Indiana.

Kinley kept the occupation of masonry. All the boys are now grown. Later John came to Grapecreek, Illinois. In Grapecreek, John took up the occupation of coa1 mining. While John was in Grapecreek, Kinley his father died.

Here in Grapecreek John met Lucy Spicer, fell in love with her and married her. They had three children, Omar, Eythel, and Elisie. Eythel was very small when Lucy died.

Omar was about thirteen or fourteen when John married again. He married your grandmother, Ina Jumps on September 2, 1906.

John and Ina had six children. Iva, Sam, Jeff, Violet, Mary Jane, and David. Ina died December 25, 1921. Violet was seven when she died. After Iva was married, housekeeping and caring for the family fell to Violet. John died October 20, 1931.

Violet met Merile Henry, a coal miner, and they were married October 15, 1932. They lived in Grapecreek. In 1935, a daughter was born to them, Alma. They moved to Jenkins Ford. In 1937, a son was born, Frank. They then moved to Hegler where they lived for one winter and then moved back to Jenkins Ford. Alma started to school here. In1941 another son was born, John. Alma went to school here two years, then they moved back to Hawbuck. Here the youngest daughter, Susan Elaine was born in 1949.
MichaelBryant1951added this on 19 Mar 2010Story written by Violet Henry, 7/5/1972. 
Bryant, John C. Breckinridge (I17047)
 
218 (Source: summary posted on findagrave by Tim Naab 4/2011) James was the son of John and Clarissa Clark Bostic and husband of Margaret Wilson Carpenter Bostic (married Mar 9, 1865 in Jasper, IL). John and Margaret and two daughters: Ida L. Bostic and Sarah Ophie Bostic and three sons: William Bostic, Robert Allen Bostic and Victor Avery Bostic.

James was mustered in from New Liberty, IL on Dec. 31, 1861 and mustered out on Oct. 30 1864. He was a Civil War Veteran, Serving in Co. K,32 ILL Inf.; His Brothers: 1.) Ebenezer Bostick, died in action in the March to Nashville, Tenn. on Nov. 9, 1862. 2.) Linza A. Bostic Served to the end of the war, re-enlisting on Jan. 18, 1864, Mustered Out June 27, 1865. 3.) Richard Bostic served from Sept. 3, 1862 to June 27, 1865 4.) John T. Bostic served from August 1861 to Oct. 13, 1863 and was disharged due to being disabled at the Siege of Chattanooga. 
Bostic, James Lawrence (I1287)
 
219 (SOURCE: Tess Anthony Lopezadded this on 31 Mar 2010; Peter Grant was born in 1834 in Perry County, Indiana, the son of Elias Grant and Henrietta (Chanley) Grant. He married Mahulda Harden in 1854 at Fredonia, Crawford County, Indiana. Mahulda was the daughter of Meredith Harden and Clarissa (Chanley) Harden. He died May 16, 1908 in Liberty Township (near Marengo), Crawford County, Indiana, at the age of 75. Peter Grant was buried at Simpson Chapel Cemetery at the county's expense.

Peter was a Civil War veteran having served for 3 years in Company G of the 93rd Regiment of the Indiana Volunteers. He enrolled in the service 25 Aug 1862 at Cannelton, Indiana. He mustered into service as a private on 3 Sep 1862 at New Albany, Indiana. For the months of May and June 1864, he was reported "Missing in Action" at Bries Crossroads. He was reported as a Prisoner of War on 11 June 1864. Peter was imprisoned at the Confederate camp at Andersonville, Georgia on 22 June 1864. During this period, in the Andersonville prison, he became disabled by reason of the hardships of prison life. By the time he was transferred to another prison in Florence, South Carolina, his condition has become worse. A fellow prisoner, John S. Brady, swore on his Proof of Disability that "his said disability had grown worse and was aggravated so he was hardly able to move around" before leaving prison. After being released from prison, Peter was mustered out at York, Pennsylvania on 22 July 1865. Later, he was discharged at Harrisburg on 28 July 1865. On 28 Aug 1891, Peter Grant applied for a military pension. At that time, John Brady, a fellow prisoner of war, swore to Peter's disabilities. Peter was granted a pension (#110948) which may have later a source of income for his second wife, Sarah.

On 8 April 1904, Sarah laid claim to half of Peter Grant's pension. Oliver Lynch, Peter's son-in-law, swore before a Notary Public that "he heard the claimant Sarah rant say she did not want Peter Grant, the old soldier above named, to come back and she did not want to see him. And further, that said claimant, Sarah J. Grant, is very quarrelsome and Peter Grant, the above soldier, some time in May 1903 made the said Sarah J. Grant a Warranty Deed to keep her in good humor. The said Deed was for 23 acres. And further swears that the said Peter Grant the old soldier above mentioned left the said Sarah Grant, the claimant, a good team of horses and good cow and two good shoah and 12 acres of corn". The disposition of this action is unknown.) 
Grant, Peter (I15586)
 
220 (Source: The following obituary was received from the San Marcos Public Library, 625 East Hopkins, San Marcos, TX 78666; 512/393-820)

Jan. 6, 1956; Spanish-American War Vet; Wm. (Uncle Billy) Summers Dies Friday at Age of 89

William Summers, 89, fondly known by his many friends as "Uncle Billy," Spanish-American War veteran and retired San Marcos businessman, died Friday, Dec. 30, at Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. One of San Marcos' oldest citizens, he had lived here for 66 years, having moved here from his birthplace at Vernon, Alabama, in 1889. [He was born 13 Oct 1866; therefore the paper made a major typo or was given the wrong information].

Funeral services were held from the Pennington Funeral Chapel Sunday, Jan. 1, at 3:00 p.m. with the Rev. J.E. McDonald, pastor of the First Christian church, officiating. He was assisted by Dean H.E. Speck, long-time friend of the family. Burial was in the San Marcos City Cemetery with the following pallbearers: Jack Wood, Gene Scrutchin, John Beene, Robert Knispel, John Williamson, Bert Miller.

He was married on April 30, 1899 to Miss Berta Carrie Williamson, daughter of John R. Williamson of San Marcos. His wife survives him, as does a son, Wylie Summers of Houston and two daughters Mrs. Roy L. Scrutchin of Llano and Mrs. James P. Green of Waco; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He is also survived by a sister, Miss Icie Summers of Atlanta, Ga.

He was engaged in the building and construction business in San Marcos for many years and during the last few years of his active business life he was engaged in the grocery business from which he retired in 1946. During World War I he was engaged in farming at Ganado, Texas. He was a member of the First Christian Church of San Marcos for more than 65 years and was one of the oldest members at the time of his death. 
Summers, William M. (I14901)
 
221 (SOURCE: THE VIRGINIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY; PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY THE VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE, 1900. VOLUME VII. Richmond, VA: HOUSE OF THE SOCIETY. No. 707 East Franklin St.)

Charles Yates, born 1728, emigrated to Virginia in 1752 and settled in Fredericksburg, where he lived as a prosperous merchant until his death in 1809. He was childless, and at his instance his nephew, John Orfeur Yates, came to Virginia in 1792. He was a member of the Law Class in William and Mary College in 1701 or 2, where he fought a duel.

He inherited all of his uncle's property, including a farm in Jefferson county, upon which he resided until his death. He is the slirps of a numerous race.
Charles Yates was the son of Rev. Francis Yates, of Whitehaven, England, who was the son of another Rev. Francis Yates, of the same place.

Charles Yates Birth: Apr. 20, 1727, England Death: Jan. 11, 1809 Fredericksburg City Virginia, USA The oldest inhabitant and great merchant and political leader. ESQ,son of Francis Yates and Anne Offeur. A native of White Haven,member of Fredericksburg Lodge of Masons. Uncle of John Yates, son of his brother, John Orseur Yates uncle of Rev. Richard Mathews of Wigton, county of Cumberland, England. Burial: Masonic Cemetery Fredericksburg Fredericksburg City Virginia, USA Plot: Grave No.5 
Yates, Charles (I13932)
 
222 (SOURCE: THE VIRGINIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY; PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY THE VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE, 1900. VOLUME VII. Richmond, VA: HOUSE OF THE SOCIETY. No. 707 East Franklin St.)
Charles Yates, born 1728, emigrated to Virginia in 1752 and settled in Fredericksburg, where he lived as a prosperous merchant until his death in 1809. He was childless, and at his instance his nephew, John Orfeur Yates, came to Virginia in 1792. He was a member of the Law Class in William and Mary College in 1701 or 2, where he fought a duel.
He inherited all of his uncle's property, including a farm in Jefferson county, upon which he resided until his death. He is the slirps of a numerous race.
Charles Yates was the son of Rev. Francis Yates, of Whitehaven, England, who was the son of another Rev. Francis Yates, of the same place. 
Yates, Rev. Francis 2nd (I20225)
 
223 (SOURCE: THE VIRGINIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY; PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY THE VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE, 1900. VOLUME VII. Richmond, VA: HOUSE OF THE SOCIETY. No. 707 East Franklin St.)
Frances, married February 2, 1737-8, Rev. John Reade, son of Thomas Reade (son of George Reade and Elizabeth Martian, ancestors of General Washington) and Lucy Gwin. He was rector of Stratton Major Parish in King and Queen county, and probably died in 1743, when he ceased to be rector. After death of first Bartholomew Yates, while the Parish was waiting for Bartholomew, second, to be ordained, he officiated temporarily in Christ Church, where he probably became acquainted with his wife. The Parish Register records her birth, baptism and marriage, and birth and baptism of her son John, born June 19, baptized June 20, 1744. This son died in infancy, but she had also a daughter Sarah, who married in March, 1760, John Rootes. (Wm. and Mary Quarterly, III, 40; IV, 122; VII, 190.) 
Yates, Frances (I13951)
 
224 (SOURCE: THE VIRGINIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY; PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY THE VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE, 1900. VOLUME VII. Richmond, VA: HOUSE OF THE SOCIETY. No. 707 East Franklin St.)
Frances, married February 2, 1737-8, Rev. John Reade, son of Thomas Reade (son of George Reade and Elizabeth Martian, ancestors of General Washington) and Lucy Gwin. He was rector of Stratton Major Parish in King and Queen county, and probably died in 1743, when he ceased to be rector. After death of first Bartholomew Yates, while the Parish was waiting for Bartholomew, second, to be ordained, he officiated temporarily in Christ Church, where he probably became acquainted with his wife. The Parish Register records her birth, baptism and marriage, and birth and baptism of her son John, born June 19, baptized June 20, 1744. This son died in infancy, but she had also a daughter Sarah, who married in March, 1760, John Rootes. (Wm. and Mary Quarterly, III, 40; IV, 122; VII, 190.) 
Reade, Rev. John (I13953)
 
225 (SOURCE: THE VIRGINIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY; PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY THE VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE, 1900. VOLUME VII. Richmond, VA: HOUSE OF THE SOCIETY. No. 707 East Franklin St.)
The name of Yates or Yeates appears in the early history of Virginia on her Land Books and other still extant records. The first of the name, who seems to have founded a family, was the Rev. Bartholomew Yates, rector of Christ Church, Middlesex County, from March 15, 1703, until his death, July 26, 1734. His predecessor in charge of that church was the Rev. Robert Yates, who was supposed by Bishop Meade to have been his father.
It will appear that this is a mistake and that they were brothers, not father and son. Robert Yates' Rectorship began 1699, but his health compelled him to relinquish it and to return to England.
Charles Yates, born 1728, immigrated to Virginia in 1752 and settled in Fredericksburg, where he lived as a prosperous merchant until his death in 1809. He was childless, and at his instance his nephew, John Orfeur Yates, came to Virginia in 1792. He was a member of the Law Class in William and Mary College in 1701 or 2, where he fought a duel.
He inherited all of his uncle's property, including a farm in Jefferson County, upon which he resided until his death. He is the stirps of a numerous race.
Charles Yates was the son of Rev. Francis Yates, of Whitehaven, England, who was the son of another Rev. Francis Yates, of the same place.
One of the descendants of John O. Yates, the Rev. Felix K. Aglionby, now of England, obtained from the Registrar of the Diocese in Chester the following record of the family of William Yates, of Shackley, in the Parish of Donnington, who died in 1697, and Katharine his wife who died in October, 1706.
1. John, born November 3, 1658. Baptized November 28, 1658.
2. Mary, born March 19. 1660. Baptized, April 23, 1660.
3. William, baptized December 10, 1661.
4. Benjamin, baptized August 20, 1663.
5. Samuel, baptized July 18, 1665.
6. Francis, baptized September 14, 1666.
7. Richard, baptized June 19, 1669.
8. John, baptized May 19, 1671.
9. Robert, baptized October 30, 1673.
10. Bartholomew, baptized August 24, 1676.
The Francis in this family was the above named Rev. Francis Yates, first, of Whitehaven, and that the Robert and Bartholomew were the rectors of Christ Church, Middlesex, is apparent from several circumstances.
Colonel Lewis Willis, of Fredericksburg, in a letter to Charles Yates, written from camp in 1777, refers to his relative Parson Yates-and to the writer's school-boy days under his tuition. John O. Yates, in his will, enjoined upon his heirs the preservation of the tombstone of Rev. Bartholomew Yates, and left a memorandum stating that two of the sons or brothers of his ancestor, the Rev. Francis Yates, came to Virginia and were professors at William and Mary. Our Robert and Bartholomew did come to Virginia, and one of them was professor in Wm. and Mary College and left a son who was President of the College.
Mr. Aglionby stated that the record in Alumni Oxonienses bears the name of Bartholomew Yates in 1694, on list of members of Brazenose College, and Rev. Jno. Yates Gholson in a communication to Southern Churchman, dated Baltimore, January 16, 1880, says: "We find from University of Oxford records here in Peabody Institute that Bartholomew Yates graduated at Brazenose College on October 12, 1698.'' The inscription on tombstone stated that our Bartholomew 44 died July 26, 1734, in the fifty-seventh year of his age." If it had stated that he was aged fifty-seven years, the age would have exactly corresponded with that of the above William Yates' son Bartholomew. This minute discrepancy cannot seriously impair however, the conclusive force of the inference from the correspondence of other details.
The occurrence of the Christian names of the Shackley family in the Middlesex family in Virginia is very striking. The Parish records of Christ Church have been published by the Colonial Dames of Virginia. In them we have a full record of the marriage of Rev. Bartholomew Yates, and the births and baptisms of all his children. The first one bears the name of Catherine, that of the mother of the Shackley family, and Revs. William, Robert and Bartholomew of the Shackley family are reproduced in the sons of Bartholomew, and the masculine Francis in the Shackley family has its corresponding feminine Frances in the Middlesex family. Nor is it insignificant that the three clerical Brothers, Revs. Francis, Robert and Bartholomew in the elder family are followed by the three clerical sons of Bartholomew. From this Shackley family the Virginia Yates trace their descent John Orfeur Yates was son of (UNKNOWN) who was son of Rev. Francis (and) of Whitehaven, son of Rev. Francis (1st) of Whitehaven-son of William and Catherine Yates of Shackley.
This John O. Yates was the stirps of the Jefferson family, of which a very full and interesting history has been written by one of his descendants, Miss Terrell, and printed in a limited edition for private distribution.
A younger son of William and Katharine Yates, of Shackley, was the Rev. Bartholomew Yates, born 1676, died July 26, 1734, rector of Christ Church, Middlesex, from 1703 'till his death, and for some years Professor of Divinity in and one of the Visitors of William and Mary College.
His memory as a faithful and godly minister of the Gospel was cherished, says Bishop Meade in "Old Churches and Families," through all subsequent colonial history. In Bishop Perry's papers of the Colonial Church, page 296-8, we have report by himself, April 12, 1726, to his ecclesiastical superiors, in which he states that he arrived in Virginia February 2, 1700, was licensed by Bishop Compton of London, to officiate as Missionary, September 10, 1700, had two parishes before Christ Church, Middlesex county, viz: Sittonborne and Kingstone; removed from latter in March, 1703, and was inducted into his then living (Christ Church, Middlesex county, VA) March 15, 1703, and that he had a Glebe and Glebe House and salary of 16,000 pounds of Tobacco: value in sterling uncertain and dependent on, state of market, &c.
In consequence of the effort of another Parish to obtain his services, the Middlesex vestry enlarged and improved the rectory and by formal application to the Legislature raised his salary to 20,000 pounds Tobacco On a visit to England the members of his Parish wrote to the Bishop of London asking him to extend to their rector 4i whatever regard or respect is due to a minister of God's holy Gospel who returned home to our mother country after
25 years of diligence, & God be thanked we hope we have good reason to believe, effectual labor in the Lord's vineyard in these plantations."
Bishop Perry publishes another letter in similar terms, signed Philagathur, appealing for increase of his compensation, saying: " If ever a man deserved any thing for propagating the Gospel in these parts he does," and speaks of his two sons in England, both studying and dedicated to religion-page 348, 355.
He was one of the Visitors of William and Mary College, and subsequently up to the time of his death, professor of Divinity in that institution.
He married Sarah Mickleburrough, September 14. 1704. I le left three sons, all like himself, ministers of the Colonial Church, all of whom are recorded in a list of the clergy of Virginia. October 30. 1754. Perry's Col. Ch., p. 411. Of one of these sons Mr. Blair writes to the Bishop of London, May 29, 1740, p. 362: "One Mr. Yates, son of a very worthy Father, who died a few years ago (if it is not done already) will wait on your Lordship for orders and licenses, and will be very welcome here on account of his Father's Memory." The dates hereafter given from Alumni Oxonienses, of the two elder son's university record, indicate that this reference is to the younger son, William.
The Parish Register of Christ Church, records the marriage as above stated, of Rev. Bartholomew Yates and Sarah Mickleburrough, and of births and baptisms of their six children; three daughters and three sons:
1st. Catherine, b. June 24; Hap. July 4, 1706.
2d. Sarah, b. Mar. 3, 1707.
3d. Bartholomew, b. Feb. 9; Bap. Feb. 17, 1712.
4th. Robert, b. Jan. 8; Bap. Jan. 20, 1715.
5th. Frances, b. Now 15; Bap. Nov. 17, 1718.
6th. William, b. Dec. 10; Bap. Dec. 14, 1720.
Of the daughters, we know very little:
1st Catharine, married John Walker, May 10, 1733, birth and baptism as above, and death of Catharine Walker, October 5, 1738, and births and baptisms of two children recorded in Parish Register:
1. Sarah, b. June 30, 1734. Bap. July 4, 1734.
2. Clara, b. Aug. 7. Bap. Aug. 9, 1737.
John Walker died 1745, leaving in his will his daughter Sarah, to care of her grandmother Sarah Yates, and her daughter Clara, to Captain Henry Thacker and wife. (Va. Hist. Mag., I, 470.)
2nd Sarah; Parish Register only records her birth. As the record of birth and baptism was generally made together; she may have died in infancy. She may have lived to be the first wife of John Robinson (son of Christopher and Judith Wormeley) born 1707, died 1787, whose first wife was a Miss Yates.) (Rich'd Standard, March 19, 1881.)
3d. Frances, married February 2, 1737-8, Rev. John Reade, son of Thomas Reade (son of George Reade and Elizabeth Martian, ancestors of General Washington) and Lucy Gwin. He was rector of Stratton Major Parish in King and Queen county, and probably died in 1743, when he ceased to be rector. After death of first Bartholomew Yates, while the Parish was waiting for Bartholomew, second, to be ordained, he officiated temporarily in Christ Church, where he probably became acquainted with his wife. The Parish Register records her birth, baptism and marriage, and birth and baptism of her son John, born June 19, baptized June 20, 1744. This son died in infancy, but she had also a daughter Sarah, who married in March, 1760, John Rootes. (Wm. and Mary Quarterly, III, 40; IV, 122; VII, 190.) 
Bond, Margaret Catherine (I20221)
 
226 (Source: VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; FROM YATES FAMILY BIBLE)

James Yates was born May 3rd, 1763. Lucy Yates was born Augt. 25th, 1759. Betsey Yates was born 28th Oct., 1782. Sarah Yates was born nth Sept., 1784. B. P. Yates was born 2nd Oct., 1786. Lucy P. Yates was born Novr. 4th, 1789. Gerrard Yates was born 29th April, 1792. Benjamin Yates was born 4th Augt., 1794. Frances Yates was born Nov. 1st, 1797. Aylett R. Yates was born - 1800.

Clarissa Ann Yates was born June 13th, 1791. James Harrison Yates the eldest son of B. P. Yates & Clarissa his wife, was born Feby. 11th, 1814. Win. Mortimer Yates was born 31st May, 1815. Susan Ann Elizabeth Yates was born 20th Feby., 1817. Mary Frances Yates was born April 24th, 1819. Lucy Ann Yates was born 4th Feby. 1827. Thomas Aylett Yates was born 12th Jany. 1831.

James Yates departed this life in 1828. Boswell P. Yates departed this life 12 Day Jany. 1857 in North Garden, Albemarle. Aylett R. Yates departed this life in April, 1815. Wm. Mortimer Yates departed this life 27th of October, 1840. Mary Frances Yates departed this life November 18th, 1840. Lucy Ann Yates departed this life 22d of Augt. 1829.

Susan A. E. Yates was married to R. G. Anderson October 27th, 1836. Ann Elizabeth Anderson, eldest daughter R. G. Anderson & Susan his wife was born November 12th, 1837 (at Stony Pt., Albemarle). Mary F. Anderson was born 27th Feby. 1845 at North Garden, Albemarle, Second daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson. Boswell Anderson, Son of R. G. Anderson & Susan A. E. Anderson was born 13th Augt. 1847, 7 o'clock in morning. R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860.

R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860. Charles W. Chamblin (of Loudoun co.) was married to Mary F. Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. Anderson Jany 4th 1865 by Rev. Win. F. Broadus of Charlottesville Va. Clara Anderson infant daughter of R. G. & Susan Anderson departed this life on 26th May 1862, 15 minutes after 7 A. M. James H. Yates was married to Juliett E. Hunter February 28th, 1839. Juliett E. Yates was born 25th March 1817. Saml. Boswell Yates was born 15th June 1840 --First son of James H. Yates & Juliett E. Yates his wife. Sarah Frances Yates was born 11th January 1843. Mary Cathrin Yates was born 28th Augt. 1846. James Mortimer Yates was born 4th Decmr, 1852. 
Yates, Frances (I11634)
 
227 (Source: VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; FROM YATES FAMILY BIBLE)

James Yates was born May 3rd, 1763. Lucy Yates was born Augt. 25th, 1759. Betsey Yates was born 28th Oct., 1782. Sarah Yates was born nth Sept., 1784. B. P. Yates was born 2nd Oct., 1786. Lucy P. Yates was born Novr. 4th, 1789. Gerrard Yates was born 29th April, 1792. Benjamin Yates was born 4th Augt., 1794. Frances Yates was born Nov. 1st, 1797. Aylett R. Yates was born - 1800.

Clarissa Ann Yates was born June 13th, 1791. James Harrison Yates the eldest son of B. P. Yates & Clarissa his wife, was born Feby. 11th, 1814. Win. Mortimer Yates was born 31st May, 1815. Susan Ann Elizabeth Yates was born 20th Feby., 1817. Mary Frances Yates was born April 24th, 1819. Lucy Ann Yates was born 4th Feby. 1827. Thomas Aylett Yates was born 12th Jany. 1831.

James Yates departed this life in 1828. Boswell P. Yates departed this life 12 Day Jany. 1857 in North Garden, Albemarle. Aylett R. Yates departed this life in April, 1815. Wm. Mortimer Yates departed this life 27th of October, 1840. Mary Frances Yates departed this life November 18th, 1840. Lucy Ann Yates departed this life 22d of Augt. 1829.

Susan A. E. Yates was married to R. G. Anderson October 27th, 1836. Ann Elizabeth Anderson, eldest daughter R. G. Anderson & Susan his wife was born November 12th, 1837 (at Stony Pt., Albemarle). Mary F. Anderson was born 27th Feby. 1845 at North Garden, Albemarle, Second daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson. Boswell Anderson, Son of R. G. Anderson & Susan A. E. Anderson was born 13th Augt. 1847, 7 o'clock in morning. R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860.

R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860. Charles W. Chamblin (of Loudoun co.) was married to Mary F. Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. Anderson Jany 4th 1865 by Rev. Win. F. Broadus of Charlottesville Va. Clara Anderson infant daughter of R. G. & Susan Anderson departed this life on 26th May 1862, 15 minutes after 7 A. M. James H. Yates was married to Juliett E. Hunter February 28th, 1839. Juliett E. Yates was born 25th March 1817. Saml. Boswell Yates was born 15th June 1840 --First son of James H. Yates & Juliett E. Yates his wife. Sarah Frances Yates was born 11th January 1843. Mary Cathrin Yates was born 28th Augt. 1846. James Mortimer Yates was born 4th Decmr, 1852. 
Partlow, Lucy (I11639)
 
228 (Source: VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; FROM YATES FAMILY BIBLE)

James Yates was born May 3rd, 1763. Lucy Yates was born Augt. 25th, 1759. Betsey Yates was born 28th Oct., 1782. Sarah Yates was born nth Sept., 1784. B. P. Yates was born 2nd Oct., 1786. Lucy P. Yates was born Novr. 4th, 1789. Gerrard Yates was born 29th April, 1792. Benjamin Yates was born 4th Augt., 1794. Frances Yates was born Nov. 1st, 1797. Aylett R. Yates was born - 1800.

Clarissa Ann Yates was born June 13th, 1791. James Harrison Yates the eldest son of B. P. Yates & Clarissa his wife, was born Feby. 11th, 1814. Win. Mortimer Yates was born 31st May, 1815. Susan Ann Elizabeth Yates was born 20th Feby., 1817. Mary Frances Yates was born April 24th, 1819. Lucy Ann Yates was born 4th Feby. 1827. Thomas Aylett Yates was born 12th Jany. 1831.

James Yates departed this life in 1828. Boswell P. Yates departed this life 12 Day Jany. 1857 in North Garden, Albemarle. Aylett R. Yates departed this life in April, 1815. Wm. Mortimer Yates departed this life 27th of October, 1840. Mary Frances Yates departed this life November 18th, 1840. Lucy Ann Yates departed this life 22d of Augt. 1829.

Susan A. E. Yates was married to R. G. Anderson October 27th, 1836. Ann Elizabeth Anderson, eldest daughter R. G. Anderson & Susan his wife was born November 12th, 1837 (at Stony Pt., Albemarle). Mary F. Anderson was born 27th Feby. 1845 at North Garden, Albemarle, Second daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson. Boswell Anderson, Son of R. G. Anderson & Susan A. E. Anderson was born 13th Augt. 1847, 7 o'clock in morning. R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860.

R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860. Charles W. Chamblin (of Loudoun co.) was married to Mary F. Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. Anderson Jany 4th 1865 by Rev. Win. F. Broadus of Charlottesville Va. Clara Anderson infant daughter of R. G. & Susan Anderson departed this life on 26th May 1862, 15 minutes after 7 A. M. James H. Yates was married to Juliett E. Hunter February 28th, 1839. Juliett E. Yates was born 25th March 1817. Saml. Boswell Yates was born 15th June 1840 --First son of James H. Yates & Juliett E. Yates his wife. Sarah Frances Yates was born 11th January 1843. Mary Cathrin Yates was born 28th Augt. 1846. James Mortimer Yates was born 4th Decmr, 1852. 
Yates, Gerard Markwood (I11640)
 
229 (Source: VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; FROM YATES FAMILY BIBLE)

James Yates was born May 3rd, 1763. Lucy Yates was born Augt. 25th, 1759. Betsey Yates was born 28th Oct., 1782. Sarah Yates was born nth Sept., 1784. B. P. Yates was born 2nd Oct., 1786. Lucy P. Yates was born Novr. 4th, 1789. Gerrard Yates was born 29th April, 1792. Benjamin Yates was born 4th Augt., 1794. Frances Yates was born Nov. 1st, 1797. Aylett R. Yates was born - 1800.

Clarissa Ann Yates was born June 13th, 1791. James Harrison Yates the eldest son of B. P. Yates & Clarissa his wife, was born Feby. 11th, 1814. Win. Mortimer Yates was born 31st May, 1815. Susan Ann Elizabeth Yates was born 20th Feby., 1817. Mary Frances Yates was born April 24th, 1819. Lucy Ann Yates was born 4th Feby. 1827. Thomas Aylett Yates was born 12th Jany. 1831.

James Yates departed this life in 1828. Boswell P. Yates departed this life 12 Day Jany. 1857 in North Garden, Albemarle. Aylett R. Yates departed this life in April, 1815. Wm. Mortimer Yates departed this life 27th of October, 1840. Mary Frances Yates departed this life November 18th, 1840. Lucy Ann Yates departed this life 22d of Augt. 1829.

Susan A. E. Yates was married to R. G. Anderson October 27th, 1836. Ann Elizabeth Anderson, eldest daughter R. G. Anderson & Susan his wife was born November 12th, 1837 (at Stony Pt., Albemarle). Mary F. Anderson was born 27th Feby. 1845 at North Garden, Albemarle, Second daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson. Boswell Anderson, Son of R. G. Anderson & Susan A. E. Anderson was born 13th Augt. 1847, 7 o'clock in morning. R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860.

R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860. Charles W. Chamblin (of Loudoun co.) was married to Mary F. Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. Anderson Jany 4th 1865 by Rev. Win. F. Broadus of Charlottesville Va. Clara Anderson infant daughter of R. G. & Susan Anderson departed this life on 26th May 1862, 15 minutes after 7 A. M. James H. Yates was married to Juliett E. Hunter February 28th, 1839. Juliett E. Yates was born 25th March 1817. Saml. Boswell Yates was born 15th June 1840 --First son of James H. Yates & Juliett E. Yates his wife. Sarah Frances Yates was born 11th January 1843. Mary Cathrin Yates was born 28th Augt. 1846. James Mortimer Yates was born 4th Decmr, 1852. 
Yates, Elizabeth (I11649)
 
230 (Source: VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; FROM YATES FAMILY BIBLE)

James Yates was born May 3rd, 1763. Lucy Yates was born Augt. 25th, 1759. Betsey Yates was born 28th Oct., 1782. Sarah Yates was born nth Sept., 1784. B. P. Yates was born 2nd Oct., 1786. Lucy P. Yates was born Novr. 4th, 1789. Gerrard Yates was born 29th April, 1792. Benjamin Yates was born 4th Augt., 1794. Frances Yates was born Nov. 1st, 1797. Aylett R. Yates was born - 1800.

Clarissa Ann Yates was born June 13th, 1791. James Harrison Yates the eldest son of B. P. Yates & Clarissa his wife, was born Feby. 11th, 1814. Win. Mortimer Yates was born 31st May, 1815. Susan Ann Elizabeth Yates was born 20th Feby., 1817. Mary Frances Yates was born April 24th, 1819. Lucy Ann Yates was born 4th Feby. 1827. Thomas Aylett Yates was born 12th Jany. 1831.

James Yates departed this life in 1828. Boswell P. Yates departed this life 12 Day Jany. 1857 in North Garden, Albemarle. Aylett R. Yates departed this life in April, 1815. Wm. Mortimer Yates departed this life 27th of October, 1840. Mary Frances Yates departed this life November 18th, 1840. Lucy Ann Yates departed this life 22d of Augt. 1829.

Susan A. E. Yates was married to R. G. Anderson October 27th, 1836. Ann Elizabeth Anderson, eldest daughter R. G. Anderson & Susan his wife was born November 12th, 1837 (at Stony Pt., Albemarle). Mary F. Anderson was born 27th Feby. 1845 at North Garden, Albemarle, Second daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson. Boswell Anderson, Son of R. G. Anderson & Susan A. E. Anderson was born 13th Augt. 1847, 7 o'clock in morning. R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860.

R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860. Charles W. Chamblin (of Loudoun co.) was married to Mary F. Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. Anderson Jany 4th 1865 by Rev. Win. F. Broadus of Charlottesville Va. Clara Anderson infant daughter of R. G. & Susan Anderson departed this life on 26th May 1862, 15 minutes after 7 A. M. James H. Yates was married to Juliett E. Hunter February 28th, 1839. Juliett E. Yates was born 25th March 1817. Saml. Boswell Yates was born 15th June 1840 --First son of James H. Yates & Juliett E. Yates his wife. Sarah Frances Yates was born 11th January 1843. Mary Cathrin Yates was born 28th Augt. 1846. James Mortimer Yates was born 4th Decmr, 1852. 
Yates, Sarah (I12336)
 
231 (Source: VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; FROM YATES FAMILY BIBLE)

James Yates was born May 3rd, 1763. Lucy Yates was born Augt. 25th, 1759. Betsey Yates was born 28th Oct., 1782. Sarah Yates was born nth Sept., 1784. B. P. Yates was born 2nd Oct., 1786. Lucy P. Yates was born Novr. 4th, 1789. Gerrard Yates was born 29th April, 1792. Benjamin Yates was born 4th Augt., 1794. Frances Yates was born Nov. 1st, 1797. Aylett R. Yates was born - 1800.

Clarissa Ann Yates was born June 13th, 1791. James Harrison Yates the eldest son of B. P. Yates & Clarissa his wife, was born Feby. 11th, 1814. Win. Mortimer Yates was born 31st May, 1815. Susan Ann Elizabeth Yates was born 20th Feby., 1817. Mary Frances Yates was born April 24th, 1819. Lucy Ann Yates was born 4th Feby. 1827. Thomas Aylett Yates was born 12th Jany. 1831.

James Yates departed this life in 1828. Boswell P. Yates departed this life 12 Day Jany. 1857 in North Garden, Albemarle. Aylett R. Yates departed this life in April, 1815. Wm. Mortimer Yates departed this life 27th of October, 1840. Mary Frances Yates departed this life November 18th, 1840. Lucy Ann Yates departed this life 22d of Augt. 1829.

Susan A. E. Yates was married to R. G. Anderson October 27th, 1836. Ann Elizabeth Anderson, eldest daughter R. G. Anderson & Susan his wife was born November 12th, 1837 (at Stony Pt., Albemarle). Mary F. Anderson was born 27th Feby. 1845 at North Garden, Albemarle, Second daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson. Boswell Anderson, Son of R. G. Anderson & Susan A. E. Anderson was born 13th Augt. 1847, 7 o'clock in morning. R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860.

R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860. Charles W. Chamblin (of Loudoun co.) was married to Mary F. Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. Anderson Jany 4th 1865 by Rev. Win. F. Broadus of Charlottesville Va. Clara Anderson infant daughter of R. G. & Susan Anderson departed this life on 26th May 1862, 15 minutes after 7 A. M. James H. Yates was married to Juliett E. Hunter February 28th, 1839. Juliett E. Yates was born 25th March 1817. Saml. Boswell Yates was born 15th June 1840 --First son of James H. Yates & Juliett E. Yates his wife. Sarah Frances Yates was born 11th January 1843. Mary Cathrin Yates was born 28th Augt. 1846. James Mortimer Yates was born 4th Decmr, 1852. 
Yates, Boswell Partlow (I12337)
 
232 (Source: VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; FROM YATES FAMILY BIBLE)

James Yates was born May 3rd, 1763. Lucy Yates was born Augt. 25th, 1759. Betsey Yates was born 28th Oct., 1782. Sarah Yates was born nth Sept., 1784. B. P. Yates was born 2nd Oct., 1786. Lucy P. Yates was born Novr. 4th, 1789. Gerrard Yates was born 29th April, 1792. Benjamin Yates was born 4th Augt., 1794. Frances Yates was born Nov. 1st, 1797. Aylett R. Yates was born - 1800.

Clarissa Ann Yates was born June 13th, 1791. James Harrison Yates the eldest son of B. P. Yates & Clarissa his wife, was born Feby. 11th, 1814. Win. Mortimer Yates was born 31st May, 1815. Susan Ann Elizabeth Yates was born 20th Feby., 1817. Mary Frances Yates was born April 24th, 1819. Lucy Ann Yates was born 4th Feby. 1827. Thomas Aylett Yates was born 12th Jany. 1831.

James Yates departed this life in 1828. Boswell P. Yates departed this life 12 Day Jany. 1857 in North Garden, Albemarle. Aylett R. Yates departed this life in April, 1815. Wm. Mortimer Yates departed this life 27th of October, 1840. Mary Frances Yates departed this life November 18th, 1840. Lucy Ann Yates departed this life 22d of Augt. 1829.

Susan A. E. Yates was married to R. G. Anderson October 27th, 1836. Ann Elizabeth Anderson, eldest daughter R. G. Anderson & Susan his wife was born November 12th, 1837 (at Stony Pt., Albemarle). Mary F. Anderson was born 27th Feby. 1845 at North Garden, Albemarle, Second daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson. Boswell Anderson, Son of R. G. Anderson & Susan A. E. Anderson was born 13th Augt. 1847, 7 o'clock in morning. R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860.

R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860. Charles W. Chamblin (of Loudoun co.) was married to Mary F. Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. Anderson Jany 4th 1865 by Rev. Win. F. Broadus of Charlottesville Va. Clara Anderson infant daughter of R. G. & Susan Anderson departed this life on 26th May 1862, 15 minutes after 7 A. M. James H. Yates was married to Juliett E. Hunter February 28th, 1839. Juliett E. Yates was born 25th March 1817. Saml. Boswell Yates was born 15th June 1840 --First son of James H. Yates & Juliett E. Yates his wife. Sarah Frances Yates was born 11th January 1843. Mary Cathrin Yates was born 28th Augt. 1846. James Mortimer Yates was born 4th Decmr, 1852. 
Yates, Lucy Partlow (I12338)
 
233 (Source: VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; FROM YATES FAMILY BIBLE)

James Yates was born May 3rd, 1763. Lucy Yates was born Augt. 25th, 1759. Betsey Yates was born 28th Oct., 1782. Sarah Yates was born nth Sept., 1784. B. P. Yates was born 2nd Oct., 1786. Lucy P. Yates was born Novr. 4th, 1789. Gerrard Yates was born 29th April, 1792. Benjamin Yates was born 4th Augt., 1794. Frances Yates was born Nov. 1st, 1797. Aylett R. Yates was born - 1800.

Clarissa Ann Yates was born June 13th, 1791. James Harrison Yates the eldest son of B. P. Yates & Clarissa his wife, was born Feby. 11th, 1814. Win. Mortimer Yates was born 31st May, 1815. Susan Ann Elizabeth Yates was born 20th Feby., 1817. Mary Frances Yates was born April 24th, 1819. Lucy Ann Yates was born 4th Feby. 1827. Thomas Aylett Yates was born 12th Jany. 1831.

James Yates departed this life in 1828. Boswell P. Yates departed this life 12 Day Jany. 1857 in North Garden, Albemarle. Aylett R. Yates departed this life in April, 1815. Wm. Mortimer Yates departed this life 27th of October, 1840. Mary Frances Yates departed this life November 18th, 1840. Lucy Ann Yates departed this life 22d of Augt. 1829.

Susan A. E. Yates was married to R. G. Anderson October 27th, 1836. Ann Elizabeth Anderson, eldest daughter R. G. Anderson & Susan his wife was born November 12th, 1837 (at Stony Pt., Albemarle). Mary F. Anderson was born 27th Feby. 1845 at North Garden, Albemarle, Second daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson. Boswell Anderson, Son of R. G. Anderson & Susan A. E. Anderson was born 13th Augt. 1847, 7 o'clock in morning. R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860.

R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860. Charles W. Chamblin (of Loudoun co.) was married to Mary F. Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. Anderson Jany 4th 1865 by Rev. Win. F. Broadus of Charlottesville Va. Clara Anderson infant daughter of R. G. & Susan Anderson departed this life on 26th May 1862, 15 minutes after 7 A. M. James H. Yates was married to Juliett E. Hunter February 28th, 1839. Juliett E. Yates was born 25th March 1817. Saml. Boswell Yates was born 15th June 1840 --First son of James H. Yates & Juliett E. Yates his wife. Sarah Frances Yates was born 11th January 1843. Mary Cathrin Yates was born 28th Augt. 1846. James Mortimer Yates was born 4th Decmr, 1852. 
Yates, Aylette Reynolds (I12339)
 
234 (Source: VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; FROM YATES FAMILY BIBLE)

James Yates was born May 3rd, 1763. Lucy Yates was born Augt. 25th, 1759. Betsey Yates was born 28th Oct., 1782. Sarah Yates was born nth Sept., 1784. B. P. Yates was born 2nd Oct., 1786. Lucy P. Yates was born Novr. 4th, 1789. Gerrard Yates was born 29th April, 1792. Benjamin Yates was born 4th Augt., 1794. Frances Yates was born Nov. 1st, 1797. Aylett R. Yates was born - 1800.

Clarissa Ann Yates was born June 13th, 1791. James Harrison Yates the eldest son of B. P. Yates & Clarissa his wife, was born Feby. 11th, 1814. Win. Mortimer Yates was born 31st May, 1815. Susan Ann Elizabeth Yates was born 20th Feby., 1817. Mary Frances Yates was born April 24th, 1819. Lucy Ann Yates was born 4th Feby. 1827. Thomas Aylett Yates was born 12th Jany. 1831.

James Yates departed this life in 1828. Boswell P. Yates departed this life 12 Day Jany. 1857 in North Garden, Albemarle. Aylett R. Yates departed this life in April, 1815. Wm. Mortimer Yates departed this life 27th of October, 1840. Mary Frances Yates departed this life November 18th, 1840. Lucy Ann Yates departed this life 22d of Augt. 1829.

Susan A. E. Yates was married to R. G. Anderson October 27th, 1836. Ann Elizabeth Anderson, eldest daughter R. G. Anderson & Susan his wife was born November 12th, 1837 (at Stony Pt., Albemarle). Mary F. Anderson was born 27th Feby. 1845 at North Garden, Albemarle, Second daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson. Boswell Anderson, Son of R. G. Anderson & Susan A. E. Anderson was born 13th Augt. 1847, 7 o'clock in morning. R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860.

R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860. Charles W. Chamblin (of Loudoun co.) was married to Mary F. Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. Anderson Jany 4th 1865 by Rev. Win. F. Broadus of Charlottesville Va. Clara Anderson infant daughter of R. G. & Susan Anderson departed this life on 26th May 1862, 15 minutes after 7 A. M. James H. Yates was married to Juliett E. Hunter February 28th, 1839. Juliett E. Yates was born 25th March 1817. Saml. Boswell Yates was born 15th June 1840 --First son of James H. Yates & Juliett E. Yates his wife. Sarah Frances Yates was born 11th January 1843. Mary Cathrin Yates was born 28th Augt. 1846. James Mortimer Yates was born 4th Decmr, 1852. 
Gaines, Clarissa Ann (I18202)
 
235 (Source: VIRGINIA HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; FROM YATES FAMILY BIBLE)

James Yates was born May 3rd, 1763. Lucy Yates was born Augt. 25th, 1759. Betsey Yates was born 28th Oct., 1782. Sarah Yates was born nth Sept., 1784. B. P. Yates was born 2nd Oct., 1786. Lucy P. Yates was born Novr. 4th, 1789. Gerrard Yates was born 29th April, 1792. Benjamin Yates was born 4th Augt., 1794. Frances Yates was born Nov. 1st, 1797. Aylett R. Yates was born - 1800.

Clarissa Ann Yates was born June 13th, 1791. James Harrison Yates the eldest son of B. P. Yates & Clarissa his wife, was born Feby. 11th, 1814. Win. Mortimer Yates was born 31st May, 1815. Susan Ann Elizabeth Yates was born 20th Feby., 1817. Mary Frances Yates was born April 24th, 1819. Lucy Ann Yates was born 4th Feby. 1827. Thomas Aylett Yates was born 12th Jany. 1831.

James Yates departed this life in 1828. Boswell P. Yates departed this life 12 Day Jany. 1857 in North Garden, Albemarle. Aylett R. Yates departed this life in April, 1815. Wm. Mortimer Yates departed this life 27th of October, 1840. Mary Frances Yates departed this life November 18th, 1840. Lucy Ann Yates departed this life 22d of Augt. 1829.

Susan A. E. Yates was married to R. G. Anderson October 27th, 1836. Ann Elizabeth Anderson, eldest daughter R. G. Anderson & Susan his wife was born November 12th, 1837 (at Stony Pt., Albemarle). Mary F. Anderson was born 27th Feby. 1845 at North Garden, Albemarle, Second daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson. Boswell Anderson, Son of R. G. Anderson & Susan A. E. Anderson was born 13th Augt. 1847, 7 o'clock in morning. R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860.

R. T. W. Anderson was born Sept. 9th 1853. Clarissa Gaines Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. E. Anderson was born 19 Nov. 1860. Charles W. Chamblin (of Loudoun co.) was married to Mary F. Anderson daughter of R. G. & S. A. Anderson Jany 4th 1865 by Rev. Win. F. Broadus of Charlottesville Va. Clara Anderson infant daughter of R. G. & Susan Anderson departed this life on 26th May 1862, 15 minutes after 7 A. M. James H. Yates was married to Juliett E. Hunter February 28th, 1839. Juliett E. Yates was born 25th March 1817. Saml. Boswell Yates was born 15th June 1840 --First son of James H. Yates & Juliett E. Yates his wife. Sarah Frances Yates was born 11th January 1843. Mary Cathrin Yates was born 28th Augt. 1846. James Mortimer Yates was born 4th Decmr, 1852. 
Yates, Francis Benjamin (I18205)
 
236 (SOURCE: WILL: Wendel Ott; Air Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania Surnames: Ott, Swenck, Kesslering, Unger, Slate submitted by George Richard Ott (dickott @ worldnet.att.net))

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Bedford County, Pennsylvania Will book vol. 2, page 276Transcribed from SAMPUBCO copy by George Ott, Wendel Ott Will In the name of God, Amen, I Wendel Ott of the township of Air in the County of Bedford and the State of Pennsylvania, being weak in body but of sound mind, memory and understanding (Blessed be God for the same) and I, considering the uncertainty of this transient life, make this my last will and Testament in manner following. Imprimis, I recommend my soul in the hands of God who gave it and my body to the Earth, to be buried in a decent Christian like manner and as to such Worldly estate with which it has pleased God to Bless me with in this life, I give and dispose of the same as follows. Whereas in and by an instrument of writing and agreement mutually made and confirmed between me and Susana Swenck, now Susana Ott, my beloved wife, said instrument of writing and agreement bearing date of the fourteenth day of August last, the date hereof, wherein it was agreed, that she the said Susana Swenck, after becoming my wife and in case she should survive me, should be paid by my Executors or Administrators within three months after my decease the sum of five hundred dollars in money and also to make her a good and sufficient title clear of all encumbrances to a Certain House and lot of ground in the borough of McConnellsburg as in said instrument of writing will more fully and plainly appear to which I refer. Item, it is my will and desire that my herein after named Executor shall well and surely pay or cause to be paid unto my wife Susana Ott the above mentioned sum of five hundred dollars and do all other things agreeable to said instrument of writing or agreement aforesaid as and for her Legacy from me the same being our agreement and she being satisfied it is my will that she my said wife Susana shall have no more Neither of my Real non personal estate, only her bed and because that she brought to me she shall have again. - Item, I give and bequeath to my Nephew George Ott son of my brother George Ott all my plantation on which I now live the same being in four separate deeds but adjoining and in one body to him and his heirs forever. Item, I give and bequeath to the wife and children of my brother Francis Ott one thousand dollars to be divided amongst them share and share alike. Item, I give and bequeath to Conrad Unger four hundred dollars, but in case of his decease before me then the same to be divided between his wife and children share and share alike. Item, I give and bequeath to the wife and children of George Unger four hundred dollars to be divided between them share and share alike. The above specified sums to be paid by Executors as soon as the same can be collected out of my outstanding debts. Item, I give and bequeath to my brother George Ott two parts of all the money that shall remain after my specified legacies and the third part I give to his son and my Nephew George Ott to be divided between them two parts and third. Item, I give and bequeath to my brother George Ott and to his son George Ott all my property in McConnellsburg so that they may divide it between them in such a manner that my brother George may have two parts and his son George one part, my household and kitchen furniture as also my stock and all movable property; I order to be sold at publick sale as soon as may be after my decease and the proceeds thereof to be divided between my brother George Ott and his George two parts and third as before, viz my brother to have two parts and his son George one. Item, It is my will and I order my Plantation that I bought of James White to be sold by my Executors after my decease and the money arising there from, I order to be divided in such a manner so that Frederick Slate, who now lives on said farm, may receive one third of the money or value of said plantation and the other two parts, I order and allow to be divided amongst the living Children of my sister Barbra Kesslering share and share alike, but it is also my will that in case Frederick Slate should leave my place before my decease then the third part that I have given to him shall be null and of none Effect, and shall be descend to the living heirs of my sister Barbara Kesslering and to be divided share and share alike with the other parts. And lastly I nominate, constitute and appoint my brother George Ott and my Nephew George Ott to be Executors of this my last Will and Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the twentieth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven. Signed, sealed, pronounced, published | (signed) Wendel Ott (seal)And declared by the said Wendel Ott |As his last Will and Testament |In the presence of us ---- |(signed) Andrew Irwin Sr | Johann S. Camerer |Pennsylvania, Bedford County | Be it remembered that on the eleventh day of July D.D. 1828 ---- Personally appeared before the subscriber Register for the probate of wills and the granting letters of Administration in and foresaid County, Andrew Irwin Sr. And John Camerer the subscribing witnesses to the above and foregoing Instrument of writing who being duly sworn according to Law, do depose and say that they were personally present and heard and saw the testator Wendel Ott, sign, seal, publish, pronounce and declare the foregoing instrument of writing as and for his last Will and testament, that at the time thereof the testator was of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding according to the best of these deponents knowledge and belief; and that they subscribed their names thereto as witnesses in presence of the testator and at his request. Sworn and subscribed the | (signed) Andrew Irwin Sr. same 11th day of July 1828 | Johann S. Came before me. (signed) Job Mann Register Be it Remembered that on the 11th day of July A.D 1828 Letters Testamentary were granted to George Ott and George Ott Sr. Executors in the foregoing Will named, they having fairly and duly sworn according to Law. Transcribed by George Richard Ott June 25, 2002 Dickott @ worldnet.att.net 
Ott, Johann Wendel (I23688)
 
237 (SOURCE: William and Mary; College Quarterly; HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; Volume IV; 1895-1896; Mary Ball Memorial Library; Lancaster, Virginia)

Yates Family: After the death of Waddington, the French statesman, it was discovered that he was related to the Yates family in England, from which sprung the Jefferson county and Tidewater Yates of Virginia. Waddington was descended from the Penderells of Shropshire, England, who had hidden Charles II in the famous oak at Boscobel, two of whom had married Yates.

This led to tracing back the Yates family further than had been possible, and showed the connection between the Jefferson county family and that of Lower Virginia. The present representative of the Yates family in England is Francis Wm. Yates, of Capsallwood, Walnerhampton.

William Yates living at Shockerly, in the Parish of Donnington, England, in 1656, had issue by Catherine, his wife:

John, born November 3, 1658. Margaret, born March 19, 1660. William, baptized December 10, 1661. Benjamin, baptized August 21, 1663. Samuel, baptized July 18, 1665. Frances, baptized September, 14, 1666. Richard, baptized June 19, 1669. John, baptized May 19, 1671. Robert, baptized October 30, 1673. Bartholomew, baptized August 24, 1676.

The latter named, baptized on St. Bartholomew's day. The above William Yates died in 1697, and his wife Catherine in October, 1706. This deduction comes from Rev. Mr. Aiglouby, of England, who was a Yates of Jefferson county, Va. A. G. Grinnan.

(SOURCE: THE VIRGINIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY; PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY THE VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE, 1900. VOLUME VII. Richmond, VA: HOUSE OF THE SOCIETY. No. 707 East Franklin St.)

The name of Yates or Yeates appears in the early history of Virginia on her Land Books and other still extant records. The first of the name who seems to have founded a family, was the Rev. Bartholomew Yates, rector of Christ Church, Middlesex county, from March 15, 1703, until his death, July 26, 1734. His predecessor in charge of that church was the Rev. Robert Yates, who was supposed by Bishop Meade to have been his father.

It will appear that this is a mistake and that they were brothers, not father and son. Robert Yates' rectorship began 1699, but his health compelled him to relinquish it and to return to England. 
Yates, Rev. Robert (I15184)
 
238 (SOURCE: William and Mary; College Quarterly; HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; Volume IV; 1895-1896; Mary Ball Memorial Library; Lancaster, Virginia)

Yates Family: After the death of Waddington, the French statesman, it was discovered that he was related to the Yates family in England, from which sprung the Jefferson county and Tidewater Yates of Virginia. Waddington was descended from the Penderells of Shropshire, England, who had hidden Charles II in the famous oak at Boscobel, two of whom had married Yates.

This led to tracing back the Yates family further than had been possible, and showed the connection between the Jefferson county family and that of Lower Virginia. The present representative of the Yates family in England is Francis Wm. Yates, of Capsallwood, Walnerhampton.

William Yates living at Shockerly, in the Parish of Donnington, England, in 1656, had issue by Catherine, his wife:

John, born November 3, 1658. Margaret, born March 19, 1660. William, baptized December 10, 1661. Benjamin, baptized August 21, 1663. Samuel, baptized July 18, 1665. Frances, baptized September, 14, 1666. Richard, baptized June 19, 1669. John, baptized May 19, 1671. Robert, baptized October 30, 1673. Bartholomew, baptized August 24, 1676.

The latter named, baptized on St. Bartholomew's day. The above William Yates died in 1697, and his wife Catherine in October, 1706. This deduction comes from Rev. Mr. Aiglouby, of England, who was a Yates of Jefferson county, Va.-A. G. Grinnan. 
Yates, John (I15185)
 
239 (SOURCE: William and Mary; College Quarterly; HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; Volume IV; 1895-1896; Mary Ball Memorial Library; Lancaster, Virginia)

Yates Family: After the death of Waddington, the French statesman, it was discovered that he was related to the Yates family in England, from which sprung the Jefferson county and Tidewater Yates of Virginia. Waddington was descended from the Penderells of Shropshire, England, who had hidden Charles II in the famous oak at Boscobel, two of whom had married Yates.

This led to tracing back the Yates family further than had been possible, and showed the connection between the Jefferson county family and that of Lower Virginia. The present representative of the Yates family in England is Francis Wm. Yates, of Capsallwood, Walnerhampton.

William Yates living at Shockerly, in the Parish of Donnington, England, in 1656, had issue by Catherine, his wife:

John, born November 3, 1658. Margaret, born March 19, 1660. William, baptized December 10, 1661. Benjamin, baptized August 21, 1663. Samuel, baptized July 18, 1665. Frances, baptized September, 14, 1666. Richard, baptized June 19, 1669. John, baptized May 19, 1671. Robert, baptized October 30, 1673. Bartholomew, baptized August 24, 1676.

The latter named, baptized on St. Bartholomew's day. The above William Yates died in 1697, and his wife Catherine in October, 1706. This deduction comes from Rev. Mr. Aiglouby, of England, who was a Yates of Jefferson county, Va.-A. G. Grinnan. 
Yates, Richard (I15196)
 
240 (SOURCE: William and Mary; College Quarterly; HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; Volume IV; 1895-1896; Mary Ball Memorial Library; Lancaster, Virginia)

Yates Family: After the death of Waddington, the French statesman, it was discovered that he was related to the Yates family in England, from which sprung the Jefferson county and Tidewater Yates of Virginia. Waddington was descended from the Penderells of Shropshire, England, who had hidden Charles II in the famous oak at Boscobel, two of whom had married Yates.

This led to tracing back the Yates family further than had been possible, and showed the connection between the Jefferson county family and that of Lower Virginia. The present representative of the Yates family in England is Francis Wm. Yates, of Capsallwood, Walnerhampton.

William Yates living at Shockerly, in the Parish of Donnington, England, in 1656, had issue by Catherine, his wife:

John, born November 3, 1658. Margaret, born March 19, 1660. William, baptized December 10, 1661. Benjamin, baptized August 21, 1663. Samuel, baptized July 18, 1665. Frances, baptized September, 14, 1666. Richard, baptized June 19, 1669. John, baptized May 19, 1671. Robert, baptized October 30, 1673. Bartholomew, baptized August 24, 1676.

The latter named, baptized on St. Bartholomew's day. The above William Yates died in 1697, and his wife Catherine in October, 1706. This deduction comes from Rev. Mr. Aiglouby, of England, who was a Yates of Jefferson county, Va.-A. G. Grinnan. 
Yates, Samuel (I15241)
 
241 (SOURCE: William and Mary; College Quarterly; HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; Volume IV; 1895-1896; Mary Ball Memorial Library; Lancaster, Virginia)

Yates Family: After the death of Waddington, the French statesman, it was discovered that he was related to the Yates family in England, from which sprung the Jefferson county and Tidewater Yates of Virginia. Waddington was descended from the Penderells of Shropshire, England, who had hidden Charles II in the famous oak at Boscobel, two of whom had married Yates.

This led to tracing back the Yates family further than had been possible, and showed the connection between the Jefferson county family and that of Lower Virginia. The present representative of the Yates family in England is Francis Wm. Yates, of Capsallwood, Walnerhampton.

William Yates living at Shockerly, in the Parish of Donnington, England, in 1656, had issue by Catherine, his wife:

John, born November 3, 1658. Margaret, born March 19, 1660. William, baptized December 10, 1661. Benjamin, baptized August 21, 1663. Samuel, baptized July 18, 1665. Frances, baptized September, 14, 1666. Richard, baptized June 19, 1669. John, baptized May 19, 1671. Robert, baptized October 30, 1673. Bartholomew, baptized August 24, 1676.

The latter named, baptized on St. Bartholomew's day. The above William Yates died in 1697, and his wife Catherine in October, 1706. This deduction comes from Rev. Mr. Aiglouby, of England, who was a Yates of Jefferson county, Va.-A. G. Grinnan. 
Yates, Benjamin (I15256)
 
242 (SOURCE: William and Mary; College Quarterly; HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; Volume IV; 1895-1896; Mary Ball Memorial Library; Lancaster, Virginia)

Yates Family: After the death of Waddington, the French statesman, it was discovered that he was related to the Yates family in England, from which sprung the Jefferson county and Tidewater Yates of Virginia. Waddington was descended from the Penderells of Shropshire, England, who had hidden Charles II in the famous oak at Boscobel, two of whom had married Yates.

This led to tracing back the Yates family further than had been possible, and showed the connection between the Jefferson county family and that of Lower Virginia. The present representative of the Yates family in England is Francis Wm. Yates, of Capsallwood, Walnerhampton.

William Yates living at Shockerly, in the Parish of Donnington, England, in 1656, had issue by Catherine, his wife:

John, born November 3, 1658. Margaret, born March 19, 1660. William, baptized December 10, 1661. Benjamin, baptized August 21, 1663. Samuel, baptized July 18, 1665. Frances, baptized September, 14, 1666. Richard, baptized June 19, 1669. John, baptized May 19, 1671. Robert, baptized October 30, 1673. Bartholomew, baptized August 24, 1676.

The latter named, baptized on St. Bartholomew's day. The above William Yates died in 1697, and his wife Catherine in October, 1706. This deduction comes from Rev. Mr. Aiglouby, of England, who was a Yates of Jefferson county, Va.-A. G. Grinnan.

William Yates (d. 1697), of Shockerly, parish of Donnington, England, 1656, had issue by Catherine, his wife, who died 1706: John, b. 3d November 1658; William, b. 1661 
Yates, William (I15262)
 
243 (SOURCE: William and Mary; College Quarterly; HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; Volume IV; 1895-1896; Mary Ball Memorial Library; Lancaster, Virginia)

Yates Family: After the death of Waddington, the French statesman, it was discovered that he was related to the Yates family in England, from which sprung the Jefferson county and Tidewater Yates of Virginia. Waddington was descended from the Penderells of Shropshire, England, who had hidden Charles II in the famous oak at Boscobel, two of whom had married Yates.

This led to tracing back the Yates family further than had been possible, and showed the connection between the Jefferson county family and that of Lower Virginia. The present representative of the Yates family in England is Francis Wm. Yates, of Capsallwood, Walnerhampton.

William Yates living at Shockerly, in the Parish of Donnington, England, in 1656, had issue by Catherine, his wife:

John, born November 3, 1658. Margaret, born March 19, 1660. William, baptized December 10, 1661. Benjamin, baptized August 21, 1663. Samuel, baptized July 18, 1665. Frances, baptized September, 14, 1666. Richard, baptized June 19, 1669. John, baptized May 19, 1671. Robert, baptized October 30, 1673. Bartholomew, baptized August 24, 1676.

The latter named, baptized on St. Bartholomew's day. The above William Yates died in 1697, and his wife Catherine in October, 1706. This deduction comes from Rev. Mr. Aiglouby, of England, who was a Yates of Jefferson county, Va.-A. G. Grinnan. 
Yates, Margaret (I18135)
 
244 (SOURCE: William and Mary; College Quarterly; HISTORICAL MAGAZINE; Volume IV; 1895-1896; Mary Ball Memorial Library; Lancaster, Virginia)

Yates Family: After the death of Waddington, the French statesman, it was discovered that he was related to the Yates family in England, from which sprung the Jefferson county and Tidewater Yates of Virginia. Waddington was descended from the Penderells of Shropshire, England, who had hidden Charles II in the famous oak at Boscobel, two of whom had married Yates.

This led to tracing back the Yates family further than had been possible, and showed the connection between the Jefferson county family and that of Lower Virginia. The present representative of the Yates family in England is Francis Wm. Yates, of Capsallwood, Walnerhampton.

William Yates living at Shockerly, in the Parish of Donnington, England, in 1656, had issue by Catherine, his wife:

John, born November 3, 1658. Margaret, born March 19, 1660. William, baptized December 10, 1661. Benjamin, baptized August 21, 1663. Samuel, baptized July 18, 1665. Frances, baptized September, 14, 1666. Richard, baptized June 19, 1669. John, baptized May 19, 1671. Robert, baptized October 30, 1673. Bartholomew, baptized August 24, 1676.

The latter named, baptized on St. Bartholomew's day. The above William Yates died in 1697, and his wife Catherine in October, 1706. This deduction comes from Rev. Mr. Aiglouby, of England, who was a Yates of Jefferson county, Va.-A. G. Grinnan.

(SOURCE: THE VIRGINIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY; PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY THE VIRGINIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE, 1900. VOLUME VII. Richmond, VA: HOUSE OF THE SOCIETY. No. 707 East Franklin St.)

Charles Yates, born 1728, emigrated to Virginia in 1752 and settled in Fredericksburg, where he lived as a prosperous merchant until his death in 1809. He was childless, and at his instance his nephew, John Orfeur Yates, came to Virginia in 1792. He was a member of the Law Class in William and Mary College in 1701 or 2, where he fought a duel.

He inherited all of his uncle's property, including a farm in Jefferson county, upon which he resided until his death. He is the slirps of a numerous race.

Charles Yates was the son of Rev. Francis Yates, of Whitehaven, England, who was the son of another Rev. Francis Yates, of the same place. 
Yates, Francis 1st of Whitehaven (I20223)
 
245 (Source: Williamyates 24 Oct 2010; Ancestry.com)

William Yates, by Bill Yates

Abraham Gibson of Fauquier County, in his will dated 27 Oct 1800, bequeathed to his daughter Nancy Yates an equal share of his estate, both real and personal. He bequeathed "unto Frances Yates formerly Frances Holtzclaw, who lately Intermarried with Lewis Yates, and equal part of my estate". Frances was his granddaughter, receiving her mother's share. Lewis Yates was appointed executor, and Ann Gibson, executrix, of the will. Hugh Chinn, William Yates, and Joseph Cross were witnesses. The will was proved by the witnesses on 23 Feb 1801.

In the accounts of Thomas Chinn, guardian of orphans of Thomas Pollard, dec'd we find: "To William Yates for a midwife for negroe Hannah". This account was returned 14 June 1785. At this date William Yates was living in the adjoining county of Fauquier.

At the August 1790 Court in Fauquier County, on the motion of William Yates, it was ordered that Elliott McKay pay him 75 pounds of tobacco for three days attendance as a witness for him against Singleton.

Lela Wolfe Prewitt has compiled a genealogy of many of the descendants of William Yates. In her well documented book we find the following information.

"William and wife Nancy (Ann) were living in Fauquier County, Virginia, Parish of Leeds, when they bought from her parents, Abraham and Ann Gibson, of Fauquier for forty pounds 100 acres of land located on the head of Little River 'out of that tract said Abraham purchased of Thomas Bartlett and Martin Pickett which said Yates now lives on.' The deed was recorded in that county 25 March 1776. William Yates and wife Ann of Parish of Leeds, Fauquier County, sold this land for L150 to David Elliott, recorded 25 July 1801 in same county. Witnesses were John Bower(-n) and John Cole. It was signed William Yates and Nancy(X)Yeatts.

"The public service claims of Fauquier County, 62-2123, show that both William Yates and his father-in-law, Abraham Gibson, furnished provisions for the Revolutionary Army in 1780.

"William Yates Sr. and family probably left Fauquier County in 1793, as on the 22nd of November in that year Mrs. Yates' father, Abraham Gibson. . ." signed an agreement in which he stated that all his children had "removed very distant from me except Jane the wife of James Strother of the said county of Fauquier."

"William Yates bought 100 acres of land on Otter's Creek in Harrison County, now West Virginia, from Robert and Rebecca Stewart; the deed was recorded 21 June 1802. He also purchased 39 acres on Shelby Run in Harrison County from John Hall, and it was recorded 18 October 1803. According to the deeds of Harrison County, Wm Yates Sr. deeded to both Wm Yates Jr. and John Yates 50 acres on Shelby Run and 50 acres on Otter Creek to Lewis Yates, all recorded 20 March 1819, and 50 acres on Otter Creek to Lawson Yates, 25 September 1826.

"Virginia Tax Payers, 1782-7, shows William Yates in Fauquier County, with one poll and one slave. Land taxes of the county show he paid on 400 acres in 1783 and 100 acres after that until 1789 when his name last appears. In personal property taxes of the county, he is listed as having 5 horses and 8 cattle in 1783; 3 horses and 7 cattle in 1786; and in 1788 he is listed with James Yates. Wm Yates Sr. first appears on the personal tax lists of Harrison County in 1802 in the Reuben Davisson district, with 1 white male over 21, 0 slaves, 3 horses. Wm Yates Jr. and John Yates were on the same list; by 1805 Lewis Yates' name had been added; and in 1809, Martin Yates.

"The 1820 census of Harrison County, Virginia, shows Wm Yates and wife as over 45, with 1 male 16-26 (son Lawson, born in 1795). Wm Yates Sr. died in Harrison County probably in early 1827, as the inventory of his estate is dated 2 March 1827, with James Sinclair administrator. The sale bill, March 3 of that year, recorded at the January term of court 1832, lists among the purchasers Lawson Yates, James Sinclair, Wm Yates and Mary Hawkins. Settlement of the estate, 18 February 1832, was recorded at the May term".

Mrs. Prewitt continues with the next generation of the Yates family, citing the death, marriage, and tax records which prove the children of William Yates. She later studied additional tax lists, and concluded that Lewis Yates was also a son of William Yates.

Following is the first county record generated following the death of William Yates: "On motion of James Sinclair who made oath and together with Lawson Yates his Security entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of $150 Dollars conditioned according to Law certificate is granted the said James Sinclair for obtaining Letters of administration of the estate of William Yates deceased in due form of Law and it is ordered that John Wiseman, Abram Smith, Frederick Burchland, Thomas Cawthrop or any three of them being duly sworn appraise the personal estate of William Yates deceased and return an inventory to Court". Court date, 19 Feb 1827.

William Yates was nearly a grown man, at least 18 years old, when his father moved down from Pennsylvania. It is not immediately obvious that the William Yates named in the will of Joseph Yates in 1761 was identical with the William Yates of Fauquier County, who married Nancy Gibson. Following is the essential evidence that the presumption is correct.

First, in checking the location where William Yates bought his land in 1776, we find that the head of Little River is located within ten miles of the Loudoun County line. In fact, Little River flows in a northwesterly direction from Fauquier into Loudoun County. Thus it is not hard to believe that William Yates traveled the short distance up Little River to court and marry the daughter of Abraham Gibson. Further, we do not find the name of a William Yates in the records of Loudoun County, other than the mention in his father's will and on the list of accounts of Thomas Chinn, guardian of the orphans of Thomas Pollard, dec'd. in 1785.

It is also significant that there was no other Yates family known to be residing in Fauquier County previous to the time when William Yates married Nancy Gibson and bought land from her father. Thus we would look to a nearby county for his relatives, and Loudoun would be the most obvious place to check.

Second, we must consider the time factor. If William Yates was about 29 years old at the time of his first child's birth in 1766, he would have been born about 1737. That is a reasonable birth date for the William Yates, son of Joseph. William would then have been about 90 years old at the time of his death, which is an advanced age, but not beyond reason.

Third, there is strong circumstantial evidence of a relationship between William Yates of Fauquier and the other sons of Joseph. Benjamin Yates, beyond doubt the son of Joseph, owned land and lived in Harrison Co., Va. from 1795 to 1805. William Yates left Fauquier County and settled in Harrison County during those same years.

Fourth, there is evidence of relationships from naming patterns. William Yates named his oldest (known) son James, no doubt in honor of his grandfather, James Yates the immigrant. Isaac is a name which is prevalent among the descendants of William Yates, thus indicating that William was indeed the half-brother of Isaac Yates of Loudoun County.

Finally, we find that William Yates, Jr., son of William Yates of Fauquier, named a son Benjamin Yates. All these facts taken together give conclusive evidence that we have William Yates of Fauquier County placed in the proper lineage. 
Gibson, Abraham (I20253)
 
246 (Source: Williamyates 24 Oct 2010; Ancestry.com)

William Yates, by Bill Yates

Abraham Gibson of Fauquier County, in his will dated 27 Oct 1800, bequeathed to his daughter Nancy Yates an equal share of his estate, both real and personal. He bequeathed "unto Frances Yates formerly Frances Holtzclaw, who lately Intermarried with Lewis Yates, and equal part of my estate". Frances was his granddaughter, receiving her mother's share. Lewis Yates was appointed executor, and Ann Gibson, executrix, of the will. Hugh Chinn, William Yates, and Joseph Cross were witnesses. The will was proved by the witnesses on 23 Feb 1801.

In the accounts of Thomas Chinn, guardian of orphans of Thomas Pollard, dec'd we find: "To William Yates for a midwife for negroe Hannah". This account was returned 14 June 1785. At this date William Yates was living in the adjoining county of Fauquier.

At the August 1790 Court in Fauquier County, on the motion of William Yates, it was ordered that Elliott McKay pay him 75 pounds of tobacco for three days attendance as a witness for him against Singleton.

Lela Wolfe Prewitt has compiled a genealogy of many of the descendants of William Yates. In her well documented book we find the following information.

"William and wife Nancy (Ann) were living in Fauquier County, Virginia, Parish of Leeds, when they bought from her parents, Abraham and Ann Gibson, of Fauquier for forty pounds 100 acres of land located on the head of Little River 'out of that tract said Abraham purchased of Thomas Bartlett and Martin Pickett which said Yates now lives on.' The deed was recorded in that county 25 March 1776. William Yates and wife Ann of Parish of Leeds, Fauquier County, sold this land for L150 to David Elliott, recorded 25 July 1801 in same county. Witnesses were John Bower(-n) and John Cole. It was signed William Yates and Nancy(X)Yeatts.

"The public service claims of Fauquier County, 62-2123, show that both William Yates and his father-in-law, Abraham Gibson, furnished provisions for the Revolutionary Army in 1780.

"William Yates Sr. and family probably left Fauquier County in 1793, as on the 22nd of November in that year Mrs. Yates' father, Abraham Gibson. . ." signed an agreement in which he stated that all his children had "removed very distant from me except Jane the wife of James Strother of the said county of Fauquier."

"William Yates bought 100 acres of land on Otter's Creek in Harrison County, now West Virginia, from Robert and Rebecca Stewart; the deed was recorded 21 June 1802. He also purchased 39 acres on Shelby Run in Harrison County from John Hall, and it was recorded 18 October 1803. According to the deeds of Harrison County, Wm Yates Sr. deeded to both Wm Yates Jr. and John Yates 50 acres on Shelby Run and 50 acres on Otter Creek to Lewis Yates, all recorded 20 March 1819, and 50 acres on Otter Creek to Lawson Yates, 25 September 1826.

"Virginia Tax Payers, 1782-7, shows William Yates in Fauquier County, with one poll and one slave. Land taxes of the county show he paid on 400 acres in 1783 and 100 acres after that until 1789 when his name last appears. In personal property taxes of the county, he is listed as having 5 horses and 8 cattle in 1783; 3 horses and 7 cattle in 1786; and in 1788 he is listed with James Yates. Wm Yates Sr. first appears on the personal tax lists of Harrison County in 1802 in the Reuben Davisson district, with 1 white male over 21, 0 slaves, 3 horses. Wm Yates Jr. and John Yates were on the same list; by 1805 Lewis Yates' name had been added; and in 1809, Martin Yates.

"The 1820 census of Harrison County, Virginia, shows Wm Yates and wife as over 45, with 1 male 16-26 (son Lawson, born in 1795). Wm Yates Sr. died in Harrison County probably in early 1827, as the inventory of his estate is dated 2 March 1827, with James Sinclair administrator. The sale bill, March 3 of that year, recorded at the January term of court 1832, lists among the purchasers Lawson Yates, James Sinclair, Wm Yates and Mary Hawkins. Settlement of the estate, 18 February 1832, was recorded at the May term".

Mrs. Prewitt continues with the next generation of the Yates family, citing the death, marriage, and tax records which prove the children of William Yates. She later studied additional tax lists, and concluded that Lewis Yates was also a son of William Yates.

Following is the first county record generated following the death of William Yates: "On motion of James Sinclair who made oath and together with Lawson Yates his Security entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of $150 Dollars conditioned according to Law certificate is granted the said James Sinclair for obtaining Letters of administration of the estate of William Yates deceased in due form of Law and it is ordered that John Wiseman, Abram Smith, Frederick Burchland, Thomas Cawthrop or any three of them being duly sworn appraise the personal estate of William Yates deceased and return an inventory to Court". Court date, 19 Feb 1827.

William Yates was nearly a grown man, at least 18 years old, when his father moved down from Pennsylvania. It is not immediately obvious that the William Yates named in the will of Joseph Yates in 1761 was identical with the William Yates of Fauquier County, who married Nancy Gibson. Following is the essential evidence that the presumption is correct.

First, in checking the location where William Yates bought his land in 1776, we find that the head of Little River is located within ten miles of the Loudoun County line. In fact, Little River flows in a northwesterly direction from Fauquier into Loudoun County. Thus it is not hard to believe that William Yates traveled the short distance up Little River to court and marry the daughter of Abraham Gibson. Further, we do not find the name of a William Yates in the records of Loudoun County, other than the mention in his father's will and on the list of accounts of Thomas Chinn, guardian of the orphans of Thomas Pollard, dec'd. in 1785.

It is also significant that there was no other Yates family known to be residing in Fauquier County previous to the time when William Yates married Nancy Gibson and bought land from her father. Thus we would look to a nearby county for his relatives, and Loudoun would be the most obvious place to check.

Second, we must consider the time factor. If William Yates was about 29 years old at the time of his first child's birth in 1766, he would have been born about 1737. That is a reasonable birth date for the William Yates, son of Joseph. William would then have been about 90 years old at the time of his death, which is an advanced age, but not beyond reason.

Third, there is strong circumstantial evidence of a relationship between William Yates of Fauquier and the other sons of Joseph. Benjamin Yates, beyond doubt the son of Joseph, owned land and lived in Harrison Co., Va. from 1795 to 1805. William Yates left Fauquier County and settled in Harrison County during those same years.

Fourth, there is evidence of relationships from naming patterns. William Yates named his oldest (known) son James, no doubt in honor of his grandfather, James Yates the immigrant. Isaac is a name which is prevalent among the descendants of William Yates, thus indicating that William was indeed the half-brother of Isaac Yates of Loudoun County.

Finally, we find that William Yates, Jr., son of William Yates of Fauquier, named a son Benjamin Yates. All these facts taken together give conclusive evidence that we have William Yates of Fauquier County placed in the proper lineage. 
Stephens, Sarah Ann (I20254)
 
247 (SOURCE:The spouse's name was Mary (nee Walker) Wilkinson, not Gilkinson. Mary Walker and John Wilkinson were married 8 Oct 1690, John died and Mary Walker Wilkinson married Peter Webster 30 Jan 1696.)

American Marriages Before 1699 about Peter Webster Name: Peter Webster [User-submitted-comment] Spouse: Mary Gilkinson Marriage Date: 30 Nov 1695 Marriage Place: Middletown, Pennsylvania 
Walker, Mary (I24139)
 
248 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Stetler, K. (I20370)
 
249 (This is a story present on the internet which requires modification; "When their children were all very young, Catherine died, and Sanford went into the Civil War. He returned from the war in 1863 with a severe case of the measles, from which he soon died. The children were taken into homes of relatives and friends to be raised. Melissa was taken into the home of Carr Apple, a friend of the family, where she grew to womanhood - and married Carr's son, Lon Apple; Beckie was raised by her uncle James Bennett."

The modifications are: Catherine is listed as the Widow of Sanford; she died young but after Sanford had died; the other modification is it is highly unlikely that Sanford returned home with an acute case of measles; he was hospitalized at Mound City, IL Military Hospital and died there on January 20, 1863. This is his "muster out" date and he is buried on this date at the Mound City National Cemetery Pulaski Co., IL. Ron Yates 11/18/2009)

1860 United States Federal Census Name: Rebecca Bennett Age in 1860: 1 Birth Year: abt 1859 Birthplace: Indiana Home in 1860: Sterling, Crawford, Indiana Gender: Female Post Office: English Sanford Bennett 24 Catharine Bennett 25 Charles H Bennett 4 Melissa Bennett 3 Rebecca Bennett 1

Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941 Name: Rebecca Bennett Spouse Name: Jesse Longest Marriage Date: 25 Jan 1877 Marriage County: Crawford Source Title 1: Crawford County Indiana Source Title 2: Marriages 1818 - 1880 Books A - D Source Title 3: Part I Grooms Part II Brides Compiled by Ruth M Sl Book: D OS Page: 227 
Bennett, Rebecca (I3029)
 
250 (This is a story present on the internet which requires modification; "When their children were all very young, Catherine died, and Sanford went into the Civil War. He returned from the war in 1863 with a severe case of the measles, from which he soon died. The children were taken into homes of relatives and friends to be raised. Melissa was taken into the home of Carr Apple, a friend of the family, where she grew to womanhood - and married Carr's son, Lon Apple; Beckie was raised by her uncle James Bennett."

The modifications are: Catherine is listed as the Widow of Sanford; she died young but after Sanford had died; the other modification is it is highly unlikely that Sanford returned home with an acute case of measles; he was hospitalized at Mound City, IL Military Hospital and died there on January 20, 1863. This is his "muster out" date and he is buried on this date at the Mound City National Cemetery Pulaski Co., IL. Ron Yates 11/18/2009)


Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941 about Catharine Yates Name: Sanford Bennett Marriage Date: 16 Jul 1854 Marriage County: Orange Source Title 1: Orange County, Indiana Source Title 2: Index to Marriage Record 1826-1920 Inclusive Volum Source Title 3: Original Record Location County Clerk's Office, Pa Book: C- 4 OS Page: 2

1860 United States Federal Census Name: Sanford Bennett Age in 1860: 24 Birth Year: abt 1836 Birthplace: Kentucky Home in 1860: Sterling, Crawford, Indiana Gender: Male Post Office: English Sanford Bennett 24 Catharine Bennett 25 Charles H Bennett 4 Melissa Bennett 3 Rebecca Bennett 1

Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934 about Sanford Bennett Name: Sanford Bennett Widow: Catherine Bennett Comments: Jen F. Pillman, Gdn. 
Yates, Catherine (I3101)
 

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