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Quarles, of Ufford, Co. Northampton, by whom he had issue :

1. Dorothy, m. Mathew Somerscales.

2. Elizabeth.

He m. (2) Joice, dau. of Morris, by whom he had issue :

3. Frances.

4. Alice.

3. Anthony, of whom later.

4. Stephen, of Pidley, Co. Huntingdon ; ancestor to the Copes of Hunts and Suffolk ;

d. 15 April 1581.

5. John, d.s.p.

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1. Elizabeth, m. James Harrington, Clerk of the Bakehouse to Henry VIII.

2. Ursula.

3. Edborowe.

He d. 20 March 1534, having m. (2) Margaret , who survived him, and

was sole executrix of his will.

ANTHONY COPE (1509-1586), of Bedhampton and Denmede Molyns, Hants;
b. 1509 ; after excommunication for adhering to Catholic religion, was denounced
by Justices for " obstinately " refusing to subscribe to the Act of Uniformity,
28 Nov. 1569; m., 1552, Anne, dau. of Sir Humphrey Stafford, of Blatherwyke,
Northampton, and had, by her, issue :

1. John, supposed to have d. in infancy.

2. John, of Denmede Molyns, Hants, and Marden, Wilts ; b. 1555 ; m. Jane, dau.

of Richard Lavington, of Wivelsford, Wilts, by whom he had issue :

1. Jane.

2. Martha.

3. Anne.

3. Edward, of whom later.

4. George, of Bedhampton, " a popish recusant," and his property confiscated,

1613 ; m. Catharine, dau. of Fettiplace, and widow of Hynd,
by whom he had issue :

1 . Dorothy.

2. Catharine.

5. Anthony, reported in 1592 as a " recusant still remaining at liberty."

6. Stephen.

1 . Margaret, m. Murfyn.

2. Anne, m. Giffarde.

3. Jane, m. Brett.

4. Elizabeth.

His will was proved 6 April 1586.

EDWARD COPE, of Brixton-Deverill, Co. Wilts, mentioned in his father s will,
which was proved at Winchester 6 April 1586; Churchwarden 1606; assessed
there, 1610 ; m. Maud (perhaps dau. of Richard Truslowe, of Avebury, Co. Wilts),
and, dying before 1634, left, by her (who d. 1635), issue :

1 . John, of whom later.

2. Edward, who is believed to have been the Edward Cope who accompanied the

Hutchinsons and Scotts to Rhode Island in 1634.
i. Elizabeth ; m. Snow, of Berwick St. James, Co. Wilts.

JOHN COPE ( -1656), of Marden, Co. Wilts; m. Margaret, and had, by
her (who d. 10 March 1670), issue :

1. William, living 1657.

2. Oliver of London ; d.s.p. 1657.

3. John, of whom later.

4. Thomas.

5. Richard.

1. Margaret.

2. Lucy.

3. Joan.

He d. 12 June 1656.

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JOHN COPE ( -1649), f Stafford, Co. Wilts ; m. Elizabeth (probably dau.
of William Deane, of Chisledon), and left, by her, issue :

1. Oliver, of whom later.

2. John, supposed to have d. in infancy.

He d. 1649.

OLIVER COPE (7647-1697), of Stoffbrd and Avebury, Co. Wilts, and of Bir
mingham, Chester Co., and Backington, Newcastle Co., in the Seigniory of Pennsyl
vania ; b. about 1647, granted land by William Penn at Backington, Newcastle Co.,

Delaware, Sept. 1681 ; migrated to Pennsylvania about 1682 ; m. Rebecca , and

left, by her (who d. 1728), issue :

1. William, of Backington, and of Chichester, Chester Co. ; b. 1687 ; chief party

to sale of Backington, 10 Sept. 1729 ; m. and had issue a son, Oliver.

2. John, of whom later.

1. Elizabeth, m. Hugh Blackwell of Newcastle Co.

2. Ruth, m. to Thomas Buffington of Newcastle Co.

He d. 1697.

JOHN COPE (1690-1773), of Bradford, Chester Co. ; b. 1690 ; joined the
Society of Friends; purchased lands at Bradford, 30 April 1712; m., 30 Nov.
1721, Charity, dau. of Robert Jeffries, of Chichester Township, and widow of John
Evans, and, by her (who d. 1746), had issue :

1. Samuel, b. 1726 ; m. Deborah, dau. of Jonathan Parke, and had issue.

2. John, b. 1730 ; m. (l) Grace, dau. of Jason Cloud ; m. (2) Mary, dau. of

Joseph Dickinson ; d. 31 July 1812, leaving issue.

3. Nathan, b. 1733 ; m. Amy, dau. of Nathan Bane ; d. 3 Dec. 1820, leaving

issue.

4. Caleb, of whom later.

5. Joshua, b. 1736 ; twin brother of Caleb ; moved to Frederick Co., Virginia ; m.

Jane Brown ; d. 1818, leaving issue.

6. Joseph, b. 1739 ; m - Ann, dau. of B. Taylor, of Kennet.

1 . Hannah, m. John Carter, of East Bradford.

2. Mary.

He d. 14 Feb. 1773.

CALEB COPE (1736-1824), of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, b. 4 Nov. 1736; Burgess
of Lancaster ; opposed the separation of the American Colonies from the British
Empire ; m., 17 Oct. 1760, Mary, dau. of George Mendenhall, of East Calne Town
ship, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, and, by her (who d. I June 1809), left issue :

1. John, b. 14 Nov. 1763 ; m. Mary, dau. of Hermann Up de Graff, of York,

Pennsylvania, and left issue.

2. William, b. 3 Feb. 1766 ; m. Elizabeth, dau. of Frederick Rohrer, and left

issue.

3. Thomas Pirn, of whom later.

4. Israel, b. n Nov. 1770 ; m. Margaret, dau. of Marmaduke Cooper ; d. 5 Oct.

1855.

5. Jasper, b. I April 1775 > m - Rebecca, dau. of Joseph Shoemaker; d. 13 Jan.

1856, leaving issue.

1. Sarah, m. James Miller, of Penningtonville, Chester Co.

2. Hannah, m. Simon Cranston, of Stanton, Delaware.

He d. 30 May 1824.

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THOMAS PIM COPE (1768-1854), of Philadelphia ; b. 26 Aug. 1768 ; some
time Senator in the State Legislative Assembly ; Chairman of Select Council of
Philadelphia; m. (i) Mary, dau. of John Drinker, of Montrose and Philadelphia, by
whom he had issue :

1. Henry, b. 8 June 1793 ; m. Rachel, dau. of S. Reeves ; d. 4 Sept. 1865, leaving

issue.

2. Francis, b. 27 Oct. 1794 ; d.s.p.

3. William Drinker, of Montrose, b. 31 May 1798 ; m. Susan, dau. of John New-

bold ; d. 1873, leaving issue.

4. Alfred, of whom later.

1. Caroline, m. Edward Yarnall, of Wynndown, Delaware ; d. 1 88 1, leaving issue.

2. Eleanor, m. J. R. Tyson of the Philadelphia Bar ; d.s.p.

He d. 22 Nov. 1854, having m. (2) Elizabeth Stokes, who d.s.p.

ALFRED COPE (18061875), of Fairfield, near Germantown, Pennsylvania; b.
13 April 1806 ; m. (i), 23 Oct. 1839, Hannah, dau. of Thomas Edge, of London
Grove, Chester Co., Pennsylvania, and, by her (who d. 19 April 1843), ^ad i ssue :

i. Edward Drinker, A.M., Ph.D., b. 1840 ; member of several learned societies ;
author of many scientific works ; m. Anne, dau. of Richard Pirn, of Green
wood, Chester Co. ; d. I 2 April 1897, leaving an only child :

Julia, m., 22 May 1894, William Henry Collins.

1. Elizabeth Wain, b. 1841 ; m. Philip Cresson Garrett, and has issue :

Alfred Cope, b. 5 Nov. 1867 ; m., 18 June 1896, Eleanor, dau. of

John Wistar Evans, of Philadelphia, and has issue.
Frances Biddle.

2. Mary Anna, b. 1843 ; m., 12 Jan. 1871, John E. Carter, d.s.p. 29 Dec. 1871.

He m. (2), 14 Oct. 1851, Rebecca, dau. of John Biddle, of the Philadelphia Bar,
and, by her (who d. 1 8 Feb. 1876), left issue :

2. JAMES CANBY BIDDLE, of whom we treat.
He d. 4 Dec. 1875.

Residences Valromita, Reno, Nevada, U.S.A., and Tregorland,
Co. Cornwall, England.

Arms Argent, on a chevron azure, between three red roses of
England slipped proper, as many fleurs-de-lys or.

Crest A dragon s head gules, issuing from a fleur-de-lys or.



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CARTER

Bernard Carter, b. 20 July 1834 ; m., 20 April 1858, Mary, dau.
of David Ridgely and grand-dau. of General Ridgely, of Hampton,
Governor of Maryland, and, by her, has issue :

1. Charles Henry, b. 19 Feb. 1859 5 m - Sara C., dau. of Reverdy Dan-

gerfield.

2. Bernard M., b. 20 Feb. 1861.

3. John Ridgely, Councillor, American Embassy, London ; b. 28 Nov.

1864 ; m., 24 May 1887, Alice, dau. of David Percy Morgan, of
New York, and, by her, has issue :

Bernard Shirley, b. 29 May 1893.
Caroline Mildred, b. 2 March 1888.

4. George Calvert (Rev.), b. 8 April 1868 ; m. Mary, dau. of Thomas

Benson, of Philadelphia.

5. Shirley, b. 4 Feb. 1871 ; m. Jessie S., dau. of James Murchison, of

North Carolina.

6. Julian S., b. 16 May 1876 ; m. Alice Bowdoin, dau. of Murray Rush,

of Philadelphia.

1. Mary Louisa, b. 4 March 1860 ; m. Alexander Robinson White, of

Maryland.

2. Eugenia, b. 3 Feb. 1866 ; m. Ernest Law, of Philadelphia.

3. Alice B., b. 16 July 1874 ; m. Dr. A. L. Fisk.

Mr. Bernard Carter graduated at St. James s College, Wash
ington, 1852 ; A.M., 1855 ; LL.B. Harvard Law School, 1855 ;
LL.D. Trinity College, 1894 ; Member, first branch City Council,
Baltimore, 186970 ; Member Maryland Constitutional Conven
tion, 1867; Professor Maryland University Law School, 1878;
City Solicitor, Baltimore, 1883-1889 ; Provost of the University
of Maryland since 1895.

DESCENT

JOHN CARTER (1620-1669), of Edmonton, Co. Middlesex, whose family owned
property in Co. Buckingham; b. 1620; emigrated to America about 1649 an( ^>
eventually settling in Virginia, became one of the most prominent of the early settlers
in that colony ; Colonel of Militia ; m. (i), Jane Glyn, by whom he had issue :

i. George.

1. Elizabeth ; m. Colonel Nathaniel Util.

2. Eleanor.

He m. (2) Eleanor, dau. of Richard Eltonhed, and widow of Captain William
Brocas, who d.s.p. ; m. (3) Anne, dau. of Cleave Carter, by whom he had issue :
2. John, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Rawleigh Trayers, and had issue.

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He m. (4) Sarah, dau. of Gabriel Ludlow, and, by her (who d. 1668), had issue :

3. Robert, of whom later.

3. Sarah.

He m. (5) Elizabeth Shirley, and, by her, had issue :

4. Charles.

He d. 10 June 1669.

ROBERT CARTER (1663-1732), (Colonel) of Corotoman, Virginia; b. 1663;
called " King Carter " because of his prominence and vast possessions in the colony ;
Speaker of the House of Burgesses, 1695-1699; Member of Council, 1699-1732 ;
Acting Governor of Virginia, 1726-7 ; m. (i) Judith, eldest dau. of Colonel John
Armistead, of Hesse, Gloucester Co., Virginia, and, by her (who d. 1699), left
issue :

I . John, of whom later. WiO

1. Elizabeth, b. 1680 ; m. (l) Nathaniel Burwell, of Gloucester Co. ; m. (2)

Dr. G. Nicholas ; d. 1721.

2. Judith ; m., 1718, Mann Page, of Rosewell.

3. Anne ; m. Benjamin Harrison, of Berkeley, by whom she had issue, Benjamin

Harrison, Governor of Virginia.

He m. (2), 1701, Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Landon, of Credenhill, Co. Here
ford, and widow of Willis, by whom he had issue :

2. Robert, of Nomini, Westmoreland Co. ; m. Priscilla, dau. of William Bladen, of

Maryland; d. 1732, leaving issue.

3. Charles (Colonel), of Cleve, King George Co. ; b. 1707 ; Member of the

House of Burgesses, 1747-1764 ; m. (l) Mary Walke ; m. (2) Anne, dau. of
William Byrd, of Westover ; m. (3), Lucy Taliaferro ; d. 1764, leaving
issue.

4. Ludlow, d. unm.

5. Landon (Colonel), of Sabine Hall, Richmond Co. ; m. (i) Armistead,

by whom he had no issue ; m. (2) Maria, dau. of Colonel William vJ By_rji 7
m. (3) Elizabeth Wormeley, of Rosegill, Middlesex Co., and left issue.

6. George, of the Middle Temple, London ; d. unm.

4. Sarah, d. unm.

5. Mary, b. 1712 ; m. George Braxton, of Newington, Virginia ; d. 17 Sept. 1736.

6. Lucy ; m. Henry Fitzhugh, of Eagle s Nest, King George Co.

He d. 4 Aug. 1732.

JOHN CARTER (16901742), of Corotoman, b. 1690 ; Barrister-at-law (Middle
Temple) ; Secretary of Virginia, 1722 ; m., 1723, Elizabeth, dau. and heir of Colonel
Edward Hill, of Shirley, Virginia, and, by her (who d. 1771), left issue :

1. Charles, of whom later.

2. Edward, of Blenheim, Albemarle Co. ; b. 1734 ; Member of House of

Delegates ; m. Sarah, dau. of Colonel John Champe, of Lamb s Creek, King
George Co., by whom he left issue.
I. Elizabeth Hill, b. 1731 ; m., 14 April 1748, Colonel William Byrd, of Westover.

He d. 31 July 1742.

CHARLES CARTER (1732-1806), of Corotoman and Shirley, b. 1732 ; m., (i)
his cousin, Mary Carter, of Cleve, and, by her (who d. 1770), had issue :

1. John Hill, b. 1750 ; Member of House of Delegates, 1780 ; d. unm.

2. Charles, b. 1759 ; d. unm.

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3. George, b. 1761 ; m. Lelia, dau. of Sir Peyton Skipwith, yth baronet, by whom

he had issue.

4. Charles, b. 1766 ; m. Nancy Carter, by whom he left issue

5. Edward, b. 1767 ; m. Jane Carter, of Sudley, and left issue.

6. Landon, d. unm.

1. Mary, b. 1763, m. George Braxton, of Hibla.

2. Elizabeth, b. 1764, m. Col. Robert Randolph ; d. 1832.

He m. (2) Anne Butler, dau. of the Hon. Bernard Moore and grand-dau. of
Governor Spotswood, of Virginia, and, by her, had issue :

7. Robert Hill, b. 1771 ; d. unm.

8. Robert, b. 1774 ; m. Mary, dau. of Governor Thomas Nelson, by whom he left

issue

9. Bernard, b. 1776; d. unm.

10. John, b 1777, d. unm.

1 1. Bernard Moore, of whom later.

12. Williams, b 1782 ; m. Charlotte, dau. of Dr. William Foushee, of Richmond, by

whom he left issue.

13. Butler, b. 1784 ; d. unm.

14. William Fitzhugh, b. 1791 ; d. unm. 1852.

3. Anne Hill, b. 1773 ; m. Gen. Henry Lee, of Stratford, Virginia, and had, with

other issue, Robert E. Lee, the distinguished Confederate General ;
d. 1829.

4. Kate Spotswood, b. 1789 ; m. Dr. Carter Berkeley, of Edgewood, Hanover Co.

5. Mildred, b. 1786 ; d. unm.

6. Lucy, b. 1789 ; m. Nathaniel Burwell ; d. 10 Nov. 1824.

7. Calphurnia, b. 1796 ; d. unm.

Hed. 1806.

BERNARD MOORE CARTER (1780-1850), b. 1780; m., 1 80 1, Lucy, dau. of
General Henry Lee (" Light Horse Harry "), of Stratford, Virginia, and, by her, had
issue :

1. Charles Henry, of whom later.

2. Bernard Moore, d. unm.

1. Josephine, m. Count Eugene Franssen.

2. Matilda Lee, m., 1831, Thomas Moore Willing, of Philadelphia; d. 1850,

leaving issue.

3. Charlotte, m. G. W. Fetherstonhaugh, of Co. Sussex, and had issue.

4. Mildred, m. Comte Louis de Potestad, of Spain, and had issue.

He d. 1850.

CHARLES HENRY CARTER (1802-1872), b. 1802 ; m. Rosalie Eugenia, dau. of
George Calvert, by whom he had issue :

I. BERNARD, of whom we treat.

1. Eugenia, m. Frank Hall.

2. Alice, m. Governor Oden Bowie, and had issue.

3. Ella, m. Samuel George.

4. Mildred.

5. Annette, m. Henry Brogden.

6. Mary, m. Geo. H. Bier.

He d. 1872.

Residences 1212 Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Maryland, and Good
wood, Prince George s Co., Maryland.

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DRAKE

Louis Stoughton Drake, b. 5 Aug. 1865 ;
m., at Cambridge, Mass., 15 Jan. 1894,
Laura, dau. of Albert Bell, by whom
he has had issue :

I. Andrew Jackson, b. 17 May 1905 ;
d. in infancy.

1. Laura, b. 9 Jan. 1904.

2. Prudence, b. 24 July 1906.

DESCENT

JOHN DRAKE, of Mount Drake, in the parish
of Musbury, Co. Devon ; m. Christiana, dau. and
heir of John Billett, of Ashe, in the same parish, by
whom he left a son and heir :

JOHN DRAKE, of Otterton, in the hundred of
E. Budleigh, Co. Devon ; m. Christiana, dau. and
heir of John Antage, and had issue :

JOHN DRAKE, of Otterton ; m. a dau. of John
Crews, of Cruwys-Morchard, Co. Devon, and, by
her, had issue :

JOHN DRAKE, of Otterton; m. Agnes, dau. of
John Kaloway, and had a son and heir :

JOHN DRAKE, of Exmouth, Co. Devon ; m. Margaret, dau. and heir of John
^ of Rill, in the parish of Withycombe-Rawleigh, Co. Devon, and left issue :

1. John, of whom later.

2. John, m. Margaret, dau. of William Auert, of Exeter, and widow of Richard

Martyn.

3. Gilbert, of Spratshay, Co. Devon ; m. (as his second wife) Catherine, dau. of

William Shearman, of Ottery St. Mary, and left issue.

JOHN DRAKE ( -1558), of Ashe, Co. Devon ; High Sheriff of Devon ; m.,
1535, Amye, dau. of Roger Grenville, of Stowe, Cornwall, and, by her (who d.
1 8 Feb. 1577, and was bur. at Musbury), left issue :

1. Bernard, of whom later.

2. Robert, of Wiscombe Park ; m. Elizabeth, dau. of Humphrey Prideaux, of Theo-

borough, and had issue.

3. Richard, an equerry to Queen Elizabeth; m. Ursula, dau. of Sir William Stafford,

Knt. ; d. 1633, leaving issue.

He d. 4 Oct. 1558.

SIR BERNARD DRAKE ( -1586), of Mount Drake and Ashe ; a naval com
mander ; sent to capture all Spanish ships off Newfoundland, in retaliation for the

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detention of English ships in Spain, 1585 ; knighted at Greenwich, 9 Jan. 1586;
m. Gertrude, dau. of Bartholomew Fortescue, of Filleigh, Co. Devon, and, dying
10 April 1586, left, by her (who d. 13 Feb. 1601), a son :

JOHN DRAKE ( -1628), of Mount Drake and Ashe ; m. Dorothy, dau. of
William Button, of Alton, Co. Wilts, and, by her (who d. 13 Dec. 1631), had
issue :

1. Sir John Drake, Knt., of Ashe; m., 18 May 1616, Elinor, second dau.

of Sir John Butler, Bart, (created Baron Butler of Branfield, Co. Hereford);
d. 4 Oct. 1666, leaving issue. His eldest son, Sir John Drake, of Ashe, was
created a baronet, by King Charles II, 31 Aug. 1660.

2. William, of whom later.

He was bur. in Musbury Parish Church, n April 1628.

WILLIAM DRAKE ( - 1 636), of Yardbury, in the parish of Coly ton, Co. Devon ;
m. (M.L. 14 Nov. 1620) Margaret, dau. and heir of William Westofer, of Colyton,
and, by her (who was bur. at Colyton, 16 April 1635), had issue :

1. John, bap. 24 March 1621 ; bur. 12 April 1648.

2. William, bap. 22 Dec. 1629 ; bur. 6 March 1680.

3. Endimion, bap. 25 June 1634.

4. Thomas, of whom later.

1. Dorothy, bap. 26 March 1623.

2. Eleanor, bap. 15 Dec. 1625.

3. Joan, bap. n June 1628 ; accompanied her brother, Thomas, to America, and

settled at Weymouth, Mass. ; m. Thomas Randall, cf Weymouth, Mass.

4. Elizabeth, bap. 10 Dec. 1632 ; also went to America with her brother, Thomas;

m., 8 June 1654, Ezekiel Hamlin, of Boston, and left issue.

His will was proved 2 Nov. 1636.

THOMAS DRAKE (1635- ), bap. 13 Sept. 1635 ; emigrated to America 1653,
settling in Weymouth, Mass. ; name first occurs on the records of that town as a property
owner, 1663 ; took an active part in King Philip s War; member of the Garrison
at Punckapouge, 1676 ; m. (i) Jane, dau. of Thomas Holbrook, of Weymouth,
by whom he had eight children ; m. (2), 9 March 1681, MellTcent, dau. of William
Ford, and widow of Carver, and had with other issue :

WILLIAM DRAKE (1661-1727), b. at Weymouth, 30 May 1661 ; member of
Captain Hunt s Weymouth Company in the Canadian Expedition, 1690 ; removed to
Taunton, Mass., 1706 ; sold his lands in Weymouth, 1708 ; m. Sarah, dau. of James
Nash, of Weymouth, and, dying 1727 (will proved 15 Sept. 1727), left with other
issue :

WILLIAM DRAKE (1695 ), b. at Weymouth, Mass., 2 July 1695 ; concerned
in the sale of land in Bristol Co., 1731 ; referred to as " of Warwick, R. I.," 1735 ;
served in the French and Indian Wars, enlisting 5 May 1757 ; m. Mary, dau. of
George Townsend, of Taunton, Mass., by whom he had with other issue :

WILLIAM DRAKE (1729- ), b. at Taunton, Mass., 1729 ; took an active part
in the French and Indian Wars, having enlisted for the " Crown Point Expedition,"
5 May 1757 ; again enlisted, i6Dec. 1776, for Revolutionary Service, serving through
the war ; m., 1752, Phoebe, dau. of James Leonard, and, by her (who d. 9 July 1 782),
had with other issue :

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ISAAC DRAKE (1753-1800), b. 31 May 1753 ; took an active part in the War of
the Revolution, beginning his military service, 2 May 1775 ; was present at the battle
of Bunker s Hill and at the siege of Boston ; m. Jane, dau. of Otis Grossman, and,
dying 10 May 1800, left, by her (who d. 7 Sept. 1788), a son :

JOHN DRAKE (1782-1855), of Rhode Island, b. 12 April 1782 ; m., 7 Jan.
1807, Prudence, dau. of Elkanah, Dean of Taunton, Mass., and, dying 19 Nov.
1855, left, by her (who d. 22 April 1860), with other issue :

ANDREW JACKSON DRAKE (1825-1894), of Matoaca, Virginia, and Franklin, North
Carolina, and later of Cambridge, Mass., b. at Dudley, Mass., 8 Oct. 1825 ; m., at
Batavia, N.Y., i Dec. 1853, Laura Miranda, dau. of Foster Clark, of Walpole, New
Hampshire, and, by her, had issue :

1. Harrie Beekman, b. 23 May 1864 ; A.B. (Harvard) 1888 ; d. 27 Aug. 1894.

2. Louis STOUGHTON, of whom we treat.

He d. 1 8 May 1894.

Residence Auburndale, Newton, Mass.

Arms Argent, a wyvern, wings displayed and tail nowed, gules.

Crest A dexter arm erect, couped at the elbow, proper, holding
a battle-axe sable, headed argent.



ANDERSON

Edward Lowell Anderson, b. at Cincinnati, 4 Oct. 1842 ; m., at
Cincinnati, 5 Dec. 1865, Mary Fore; served as ist Lieutenant,
afterwards Captain, 52nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 18621865;
Captain on Staff of General William T. Sherman ; was in battles
of Perryville, Murfreesboro , Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, Kene-
saw Mountain, and Jonesboro ; admitted to the Bar, 1866.

DESCENT

ROBERT ANDERSON, who emigrated with his brother David from Scotland, and
settled in Hanover Co., Virginia, about the close of the I7th century, m. Mary
Overton, and had issue :

ROBERT ANDERSON (1712-1792), of Gold Mine, b. i Jan. 1712; m. Eliza
beth, dau. of Richard Clough, and, by her (who d. 10 Nov. 1779), had issue :

I. Richard, b. 26 Aug. 1740 ; d. in infancy.

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2. Robert, b. 10 Aug. 1741 ; m. - - Shelton, and, dying I Feb. 1805, left

issue :

1. Charles, m., and left issue ; bur. at Soldiers Retreat, 1824.

2. Samuel C., of Prince Edward Co. ; m. Worsham ; d.s.p.

3. Matthew, b. 6 Dec. 1743 ; - Dabney; d. 24 Dec. 1805.

4. Richard Clough, of whom later.

5. George, of Newington ; b. 27 May 1755 ; m. (i), Presberry, of Baltimore,

Maryland ; m. (2), 25 May 1787, Jane Tucker, and had issue ; d. 25 April
1816.

6. Samuel, of Cumberland Co. ; b, 25 June 1757 ; m. Dabney ; d. 1826.

7. Charles, b. 10 May 1762 ; d. unm.

1. Ann, b. 21 Jan. 1745 ; m. Colonel Anthony New, M.C. ; removed to

Kentucky.

2. Cecilia, b. 2 Aug. 1748 ; m., 3 April 1768, William Anderson (who d. 22 July

1792) ; d. 8 Sept. 1802.

3. Elizabeth, b. 24 Nov. 1752 ; m. ^-_

4. Mary, b. 18 Aug. 1759 ; rn. (i), Captain John Anderson, and had issue ; m.

(2), Rev. Elnathan Talley.

He d. 1792.

RICHARD CLOUGH ANDERSON (1750-1826), b. 12 Jan. 1750 ; Captain in the
5th Virginia Regiment, and served with much distinction at the battles of Trenton,
Brandywine, and Germantown ; Lieutenant-Colonel, 6th Virginia Line ; removed
to Kentucky, 1784; m. (i), 15 Jan. 1785, Elizabeth, sister of General George
Rogers Clarke, by whom he had issue :

I. Richard Clough, b. 4 Aug. 1788; graduated at William and Mary College,
Virginia ; Member of the Kentucky Legislature ; Member of Congress,
1817-1821 ; Speaker of the Kentucky Legislature, 1822; Minister to
Columbia, 1823; Envoy Extraordinary to the Panama Congress, 1826;
m. his cousin Elizabeth Clark, dau. of Owen Gwathney, of Culpeper Co.,
Virginia, and, dying 24 July 1826, left issue :

1. Hebe, m. Haig, of Baltimore, Maryland.

2. Elizabeth, m. Colonel Julian Harrison, of Charlottesville, Virginia.

3. A dau. m. Richard A. Flournoy, of Clinton, Iowa.

1 . Ann Clark, b. 2 April 1 790 ; m. John Logan, of Shelby, Tennessee, and had

issue.

2. Cecilia, b. 1 8 March 1792 ; d. unm.

3. Elizabeth Clark, b. 7 Dec. 1794; m. her cousin, Isaac Gwathney, and had

issue.

He m. (2), 17 Sept. 1797, Sarah, dau. of William Marshall, of Caroline Co.,
Virginia, and, by her, had issue :

2. Larz, of whom later.

3. Robert, b. 14 June 1805 ; graduated at West Point, 1825 ; Colonel of Illinois

Volunteers, in the Black Hawk War, 1832 ; served in the Florida War,
1837-8, and the Mexican War; Major in command at Fort Sumpter
in 1 86 1 ; promoted Brigadier-General U.S. Army; m. Elizabeth Bayard,
dau. of General Clinch, of Georgia, and had issue ; d. at Nice, 25 Oct.
1871.

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4. William Marshall, b. 24 June 1807 ; one of the first to cross the Rocky Moun

tains ; made a scientific journey through New Mexico; m. (i), 1835,
Eliza A., dau. of Governor Duncan McArthur, of Ohio, by whom he had
issue :

1. Thomas McArthur, Brigadier-General in the U.S. Army.

2. Henry R., Lieutenant-Colonel of Artillery in the U.S. Army.

3. Charles, M.D.

I. Mary, m. Joseph Olds, of Columbus, Ohio.

m. (2), Ellen C. Ryan, of Urbanna, Ohio, and, dying 7 Jan. 1 88 1, left, by
her, issue :

4. Robert W.

5. John Roy, of Chillicothe ; b. 20 Aug. 1811 ; m. (i), 1831, Margaret Buchanan,

of Chillicothe, Ohio; m. (2), 1854, Ellen Griffin, of Chillicothe, Ohio ;
d.s .p.

6. Charles, b. I June 1814; Governor of Ohio, 1865-6 ; m., 1835, Eliza J.

Brown, of Dayton, Ohio.

4. Maria Williams, b. I Sept. 1798 ; m. Allan Latham, of Chillicothe, Ohio ;

d.s.p.

5. Mary Louisa, b. 13 March 1809 ; m. (i), 1830, Frederick Alexander, of Nelson

Co., Virginia (who d.s.p.) ; m. (2), 1837, J uc ^g e James Hall, of Cincinnati,
Ohio, and had issue.

6. Sarah Jane, b. 9 June 1822 ; m., 1848, Andrew D. Kendrick.

Hed. 16 Oct. 1826.

LARZ ANDERSON (1803-1878), b. 9 April 1803 ; graduated at Harvard, 1822 ;
m. (i), 1828, Ann Pope, and had issue :

1. Richard C., of Dayton, Ohio ; m., and had issue.

He m. (2), 1834, Catherine, dau. of Nicholas Longworth, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
and, by her, had issue :

2. Nicholas Longworth, Colonel, 6th Ohio Volunteer Infantry ; Brevet Major-

General.

3. William Pope, Captain, U.S.V.

4. Frederick P., Lieutenant, iSist Ohio Volunteer Infantry.



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