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WON . CIRCUUTIMo
Cobnial ^amiltaK iC tfie
Vnttf ti iMoteK of fhnttfca
Otily jso copies of this hook kaiH horn
printed from type and the type distributed
In Kingdoms, the first foundation, or plantation, is of
more noble dignity and merit than all that foUoweth. — Lord
He lives with his ancestry, and he Uves with his posterity;
to both does he consider himself involved in deep responsi-
bilities. — Washington Irving,
Colonial jfamilk^ of tfje
^niteb States; of America
IN WHICH IS GIVEN THE HISTORY, GENEALOGY AND
ARMORIAL BEARINGS OF COLONIAL FAMILIES WHO
SETTLED IN THE AMERICAN COLONIES FROM THE
TIME OF THE SETTLEMENT OF JAMESTOWN,
13TH MAY, 1607,
TO THE BATTLE OF LEXINGTON, 19TH APRIL, 177S
GEORGE NORBURY MACKENZIE, LL.B.
HEIfBEK OF THE
SociBTY OF Genealogists of London, England
National Genealogical Society
Old North- West Genealogical Socibtt
Maxyland Historical Society
THE SEAFORTH PRESS
BALTIMORE MCMXVH MARYLAND, U. S. A.
Gioicx NoiBirtY Mackenzie
OCT 1 8 1917
It is hardly necessary to state that as in previous volumes every possible effort
has been made to secure absolute accuracy, as to the genealogical tables contained
in Volimie VI and the historical facts narrated therein.
The family records in almost every instance have been compiled from data in
the possession of descendants of the founders of the families and from well authen-
ticated public records. Most all of the pedigrees have been proved by American
genealogbts of the highest standing.
To those whom I am indebted for access to their priceless records, and
for the necessary assistance and encouragement, which has enabled me to edit
this volume, I here extend my appreciation and thanks, more particularly to John
Bailey Nicklin, Jr., Esq., of Chattanooga, Tennessee; Mr. Gilmer Speed Adams of
Louisville, Kentucky; Mr. Samuel Putnam Avery of Hartford, Connecticut; the
late Hon. Frank Baker of Chicago, Illinois; John Caldwell Calhoun, Esq., New
York City; Charles W. Johnson, Esq., St. Paul, Minnesota; Charles Kingsbury
Miller, Esq., Chicago, Illinois; William Lincoln Palmer, Esq., Boston, Massa-
chusetts; Major Richard Stockton, Jr., United States Army; Hon. Charles Sey-
mour Whitman, Governor of New York; and John Barber White, Esq., Kansas
In the back of the volume will be found an index to the families published in
the previous five volumes.
George Norbury Mackenhe.
i8o8 Park Avznue,
U. S. A
IHtitteb i^tatti at Hbxuxia
Colonial Families of the United States
CHARLES CONRAD ABBOTT, M.D., of Tren-
ton. New Jersey; b. 4th June, 1843; m.
i3tli February, 1867, Julia Boggs Olden, b.
33d May, 1846, dau. of Job Gardner and Maria Bren-
ton (Boggs) Oldes of Princeton, New Jersey.
I. Maria Olden, b. 27th December, 1867; m.
29th April, 1896, Joseph Paxson Camby of
Hulmeville, Pennsylvania, son of Joseph
and Margery (Paxson) Canby.
1. Pease Canby, b. ist July, 1897.
2. Joseph Olden Canby, b. loth July, 1900.
3. Arthur Brenton Canby.
4. Edward Canby.
n. Richard Mauleverer, b. 17th January, 1871.
m. Julia Boggs, b. 21st August, 1874.
IV. Arthur Brenton, b. ist April, 1883; d. 17th February, 1888.
Charlks Conkad Abbott, Naturalist M.D. University of Pennsylvania, 1865.
Made large collection of archaeological specimens, now in Peabody Museiun, Cam-
bridge, Massachusetts, where he was Assistant, 1876-1889. Member of the Ameri-
can Philosophical Society, Boston Society of Natural History, Fellow of the Royal
Society Antiquaries of the North, Copenhagen (Denmark), Academy of Sciences,
Linnean Society, New York. Has written much on archaeological and biological
subjects; demonstrated existence of man in Delaware River Valley during glacial
and subsequent prehistoric periods. Author: "The Stone Age in New Jersey,"
1876; "Primitive Industry," 1881; "A Naturalist's Rambles About Home," 1884;
" Upland and Meadow,"i886; " Wasteland Wanderings,"i887 ; "Days Out of Doors,"
1889; "Outings at Odd Times," 1890; "Recent Rambles," 1892; "Travels in a
Tree-top," 1894; "The Birds About Us," 1894; "Notes of the Night," 1895; "A
Colonial Wooing" (novel), 1895; "Birdland Echoes," 1896; "When the Century
4 COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES
Was New" (novel), 1897; "The Hermit of Nottingham" (novel), 1897; "The Free-
dom of the Fields," 1898; "Clear Skies and Cloudy," 1899; "In Nature's Reabn,"
1900; "Archaeological Explorations in the Valley of the Delaware," 1894; "Rambles
of an Idler," 1906; " Archaeologica Nova Caesarea," 1907, 1908, 1909; "Ten Years'
Diggings in Lenape Land," 1912. He is lineally descended from the following
Sureties for the Magna Charter:
Henry De Bohun
Gilbert De Clare
Richard De Clare
John De Lacie
William De Lan-
WiUiam De Mow-
Saise De Quincy
Robert De Roos
Robert De Vere
The founder of this family was John Abbott, b. circa 1660, in Famsfield, Not-
tinghamshire, England; d. i6th October, 1739; came in the ship called Bristol Mar-
chant, William Smith, conunander, arriving in Philadelphia August, 1684; settled
in Nottingham Township, New Jersey, in 1684, and was foimder of Abbott's Land-
ing on Crosswicks Creek. Was elected Constable of Nottingham, 1691, and Over-
seer of Highways, 1694, and in 1721 was Surveyor of Highways; m. 26th May,
1696, at the Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, Anne Mauleverer, dau. of Edmimd
and Anne (Pierson) Mauleverer, who was, it is thought, a descendant of Sir
Richard Mauleverer, Knight Templar of the Norman Conquest.
I. Mary, 6. 14th November, 1696; d. 9th February, 1739; m. (firstly) 24th
September, 1720, Benjamin Elus of Philadelphia; m. (secondly) 12th
September, 1730, George Williams of Shrewsbury, New Jersey.
n. Anne, b. 14th September, 1698; d. loth August, 1767; m, Jonathan Biles.
III. Jane, b. 9th March, 1701; d. 3d January, 1780; m. i6th December, 1726,
Joseph Burr of Northampton, New Jersey.
IV. Rachel, b. ist January, 1704; d. in early infancy.
V. Rachel, b. 12th Jime, 1706; d. immarried 6th October, 1777.
VI. John, b, 22d September, 1708; d, immarried 2d November, 1795.
VII. Elizabeth, b. sth November, 171 1; m. i8th March, 1738, George Wil-
liams, Jr., of Shrewsbury, New Jersey,
vin. Timothy, b, 9th February, 1717, of whom later.
DC. Sarah, b. 12th January, 1719; d. 2d May, 1746; m. 22d March, 1740,
Hezekiah Williams, brother of George Willl^ms, Jr.
X. Samuel, b. 22d August, 1721; m. 3d April, 1746, Elizabeth Hastings,
dau. of John Hastings, of Philadelphia.
Timothy Abbott of Abbott's Landing, Burlington Coimty, New Jersey; b. 9th
February, 1717; d. 30th November, 1776; m. 27th September, 1746, Anne Satter-
COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES $
THWAiTE, d. isth September, 1777, dau. of William and Mary (Osborne) Satter-
THWAiTE of Burlington County, New Jersey.
I. John, b. 29th October, 1747, of whom later.
n. Samuel, d. in infancy.
in. Samuel, b. 3d November, 1749; d. 2 2d February, 1828; m. 9th March,
177s, Lucie Laurie.
IV. Marmaduke, b. 2d March, 1753; d. 1824.
V. William, b. 20th September, 1755; d. 6th September, 1793; tn. 13th
March, 1783 (firstly) Helena Laurie, d. 19th September, 1784; m.
(secondly) nth January, 1787, Rebecca Holloway.
VI. Mary, d. in infancy,
vn. Rebecca, d. in infancy,
vin. Abel, b. 3d October, 1763; d. 1823-1824.
DC. Timothy, b. 24th August, 1767; tn, (firstly) 12th May, 1802, Rebecca
Howard, d. 17th , 1818; m, (secondly) 9th May, 1822, Anne
issue by first marriage
1. Howard, b. loth April, 1803; d. 27th November, 1828; m. Susan S.
2. William, b, 30th October, 1804; d. 20th June, 1837; m. Sarah Ann
3. Oiarles, b. loth October, 1806; d. 1881; w. Rebecca F. Pitpield.
4. George, b. 21st January, 1808; d. 3d January, i860; tn. Elizabeth W.
5. Rebecca, b. 31st August, 1810; d, 7th June, 1883; tn. Joseph Pancoast,
who was one of the world's greatest surgeons.
X. David, b. 21st March, 1770; d. September, 1846; tn. 6th January, 1798,
Margery Smith of Philadelphia.
John Abbott of Abbott's Landing, Nottingham, New Jersey; b. 29th October,
1747; d. 26th October, 1809; m. 17th September, 1778, Susannah Bullock, dau.
of Joseph and Elizabeth (Wright) Bullock of Burlington Coimty, New Jersey.
I. Joseph, b. 8th July, 1779, of whom later,
n. Timothy, b. loth December, 1780; d. 1803, in South America,
in. Ann, b. 2Sth August, 1782; d. 30th July, 1846; tn. loth September, 1812,
IV. Elizabeth, b. i8th August, 1785; d. October, 1854; tn. 9th September,
1802, Solomon White Conrad.
6 COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES
V. Lucy, b. isth March, 1787; d. 24th December, i860.
VI. Susanna, d. in infancy,
vn. Edith, d. in early childhood,
vni. John, b. 23d August, 1792; rf. 30th July, 1851.
DC. George, b. 27th December, 1795; d. ist December, 1851.
X. Hannah, b, 23d June, 1799; d. 17th September, 1825.
Joseph Abbott of Nottingham Township, Burlington County, New Jersey, b.
8th July, 1779; d. 28th October, 1861; m. 7th March, 1805, Anne Rickey, d. 20th
November, 1846, dau. of John and Amy (Olden) Rickey.
I. Susan, b. 20th January, 1806; d. 4th November, 1879.
n. John Rickey, b, 28th September, iSoj;d. i$th August, 1876.
m. Timothy, b. 3d June, 1809, of whom later.
IV. Ephraim Olden, b. 3d Jime, 1809; d, 19th March, 1889; m. (firstly) i6th
December, 1840, Anne Hance, d. 12th August, 1843; m. (secondly)
31st December, 1846, Catherine Mover, d. 3d January, 1887.
V. Joseph Gardner, b. 3d April, 1811; d. 14th July, 1876; m. (firstly) nth
January, 1843, Rebecca Harrison, d. 28th March, 1854; m. (secondly)
Martha Ellis, d. 13th January, 1883.
VI. Thomas, b. 9th March, 1813; d. 28th August, 1825.
vn. Amy Ann, b. i6th November, 1814; d. 12th January, 1892.
vin. George B., b. loth September, 1816; d. 7th January, 1873; m. 20th Sep-
tember, 1837, Rebecca Comfort, d. 30th July, 1849.
DC. Elizabeth, b. loth June, 1819; d. loth March, 1882; m. 5th September,
185s, Ezekiel Combs.
Timothy Abbott of Trenton, New Jersey; b. 3d June, 1809; d, 20th November,
1882; Cashier and then President of Mechanics National Bank of Trenton from
1850-1853 and 1870-1882; m. 19th November, 1832, Susan Conrad, b. ist Decem-
ber, 1807, d. 19th July, 1864; dau. of Solomon White and Elizabeth (Abbott)
Conrad, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
I. Mary G., b, 23d December, 1833, immarried.
II. Joseph, 6. isth Jime, 1837; d. 29th August, 1862; m. 4th June, 1861
Ann Eliza Hunt of Kingston, Jamaica, British West Indies.
I. Ada Frances, b. 7th May, 1862; m. 7th May, 1883, Alfred L. Black.
m. Frances, b. sth April, 1840; m. loth July, 1865, Julia C. Shewell.
COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES 7
1. Joseph de Benneville, b. 28th June^ 1866; m. iSth November, 1899,
Helen Shewell Keim .
2. Francis L., b. 7th February, 1870; m, Jennie Fine.
3. Charles Shewell, b. 9th November, 1871.
IV. Chakles Conrad, b, 4th June, 1843, the subject of this memoir.
Residence. — ^Bristol, Pennsylvania, formerly Three Beeches, Trenton, New Jersey,
until 13th November, 1914, when residence was destroyed by fire and estate later
sold to Pennsylvania Railroad.
Arms (Mauleverer). — Sable three greyhounds courant in pale argent, collared
Crest. — A mi^le branch sprouting from the trunk of a tree all ppr.
Motto. — ^En Dieu ma foy.
Societies. — Order of Runnemede, American Philosophical (Philadelphia), Natural
History (Boston), New York Academy of Sciences, Limuean of New York, Anthro-
pological of Washington (D. C), Minnesota Historical of St. Paul, Fellow Royal
Societies of Antiquaries of the North, Copenhagen, etc.
GILMER SPEED ADAMS, of LouisviUe, Ken-
tucky; b. 19th August, 1854, in Mobile, Ala-
bama; m. 28th October, 1886, in Louisville,
Kentucky, Lettie Reed Robinson, b. 8th November,
1857, dau. of John McHenry Robinson, b. 21st Sep-
tember, 1824, rf. i6th March, 1894, m. 22d May, 1856,
in Springfield, Kentucky, Maria Louisa Booker, b.
23d April, 1834.
Gilmer Speed Adams, Merchant and Manufac-
turer, was educated at LouisviUe, Kentucky; Ccxn-
missioner of LouisviUe, Kentucky, Hospital; Direc-
tor in Citizens National Bank, First National, Fidel-
ity Columbia Trust Company, Kentucky Title Savings Bank and Trust Company,
Kentucky Title Company, University of LouisviUe; Governor of Kentucky Society
of Colonial Wars, 1914-1915, Member Chapter (vestry) Christ Church Cathedral
Captain Ebenezer Adams, d. 13th June, 1735; emigrated from England to St.
Peter's Parish, New Kent County, Virginia, before 1714, and received grants of
3983 acres of land in New Kent and Henrico Coimties in that year; subsequently
became a vestryman of St. Peter's Parish nth Jime, 1718, and remained so and as
a warden untU his death. In 1731 he became Captain of Colonial MiUtia; m,
circa 1718, Tabitha Cocke, dau. of Richard Cocke the younger of Bremo by his
first wife Anne Bowler, dau. of Thomas Bowler, Esq., of Rappahannock Coimty,
a member of the Virginia CouncU 1670.
I. Richard, d. in infancy.
n. Bowler, b. 19th April, 1722; d. in infancy.
m. William, b. 4th July, 1724; d. before 2Sth August, 1763.
IV. Richard, b. 17th May, 1726, of whom later.
V. Tabitha, b. July, 1728; d. 1764, m, Richard Eppes, Member of House
of Burgesses, i7S2-i7SS> 1758-1764; had issue.
VI. Thomas, b. in New Kent County, drca 1730; d, at his seat "Cow Pas-
ture" August, 1788, in Augusta Coimty; was Clerk of Henrico Coimty,
Vestryman and Warden Henrico Parish, Secretary of Indian Treaty
at Cataba Town 20th February, 1756; about 1762 went to England
and became a merchant in London; returned to Virginia in 1772.
May 27th, 1774, one of the Signers of an "Association" entered into
by late Members of the House of Burgesses. Chairman of the New
COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES 9
Kent County Committee, 1774, Member of the Old Congress, 1778,
and signed the Articles of Confederation between the States. Remov-
ing to Augusta Coimty, he represented in the Legislature that district
comprising Augusta, Rockingham, Rockbridge, and Shenandoah from
1784-1787. He was an earnest patriot; m. Elizabeth (Fauntleroy)
vn. Anne, 6. drca 1731; d, 1775; w. drca 1748 (as second wife), Col. Francis
Smith of South Franham Parish, Essex County, Member of the
House of Burgesses 1752-1758; had issue.
vin. Sarah, m. Col. John Fry, b. 7th May, 1737, of the Colonial Militia, Mem-
ber of the House of Burgesses from Albemarle County, Virginia; 1761-
1764; was also a Vestryman of St. Anne's Parish, Albemarle County.
1. Joshua Fry, moved to Kentucky; m. Peachy Walker, dau. of Dr.
Thomas Walker, the Kentucky Explorer; had issue.
2. WiUiam A. Fry, m. and had issue.
3. Tabitha Fry, m. Bowler Cocke; no issue.
Colonel Richari) Adams of Richmond, Virginia; b. 17th May, 1726, in New
Kent County; d. 2d August, 1800, at Richmond. Was a member of the House of
Burgesses for New Kent and Henrico Coimtries from 1752 to 1775; House of Dele-
gates 1776-1778; Convention of 1776; Virginia Senate 1779-1782; was an ardent
patriot throughout the Revolution and one of the most enterprising, public spirited,
wealthy and influential citizens of Richmond; w. loth April, 1755, Elizabeth Griffin,
b, 1738, d. 23d December, 1800, dau. of Leroy and Mary Anne (Bertrand) Griffin
of Richmond, Virginia, and sister of Judge Cyrus Griffin of Williamsburg. Colonel
Richard Adams, his wife and many of his descendants are buried in Richmond,
Virginia. Leroy Griffin was High Sheriff of Richmond Coimty, Virginia, 1734;
his wife Mary Anne Bertrand was the dau. of John Bertrand, a Hugenot refugee,
who fled from France during the persecution of Louis XIV. Leroy Griffin was
son of Thomas Griffin, Burgess from Richmond Coimty, Virginia, 1715, 1718-
1723-1726, who was the son of Col. Le Roy Griffin, Justice of Rappahannock
County, Virginia, 1680, and Colonel of Militia. His mother was Winifred Corbin,
dau. of Col. Henry Corbin, Member of the Virginia Coimcil 1663, Burgess 1658-
Griffin Arms. — ^A lion rampant.
Corbin Arms, — ^Sable on a chief or three ravens ppr.
ISSUE (of colonel RICHARD AND ELIZABETH (gRIFFIN) ADAMS)
I. Tabitha, b. 4th July, 1756; d. unmarried 17th February, 1828.
n. Elizabeth Pressin, b, 17th December, 1757; d. unmarried 1832.
lo COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES
in. Thomas Bowler, b, i8th December, 1759; ^- 28th November, 1794, in
Richmond; m. Sarah Mowism, whose mother was a Miss Bland of
Prince George County.
IV. Richard, b. 26th November, 1760; d. January, 1817; m. (firstly) Mrs.
Elizabeth Southall of Chatsworth; m. (secondly) Mrs. Sarah Travers
Daniel Hay; had issue.
V. Anne, b. 27th October, 1762; d, 22d October, 1820; m. 30th September,
1787, Col. Mayo Carmngton of "Boston Hill," Cumberland County,
VI. William, b. 8th June, 1764; d. unmarried isth June, 1787.
VII. Sarah, b. 14th January 1766; d. 30th September, 1806; m. 7th February,
i793i William Smith, Governor of Virginia and Member of House of
Delegates 1791-1793, who was lost in the Richmond Theatre fire
26th December, 181 1; had issue,
vm. Alice, b. 20th February, 1768; m, 28th June, 1788, William Marshall
of Fauquier Coimty, Virginia; had issue.
DC. Ebenezer, d. in infancy.
X. John, b. 14th July, 1773; d. 23d June, 1825; Physician and prominent
citizen of Richmond for many years; m. Margaret Winston, dau. of
Geddes Winston of Richmond.
XT. Samuel Griffin, b, sth May, 1776, of whom later.
Samuel Griffin Adams of Richmond, Virginia; b. there sth May, 1776; d. there
15th July, 1821. Was adjutant 19th Regiment Virginia Militia War of 1812;
was projector first water works system of Richmond, 1809; served in Virginia
Assembly; m. Meffy i797) Katherine Elizabeth Innes, b. 9th May, 1779, d. sth
l^ovember, 1836, dau. of Judge Henry Innes, b, in Caroline Coimty, Wginia,
iSth January, 1753, d. 20th September, 1816, in Frankfort, Kentucky, m, (firstly)
3d October, 1775, Katherine Elizabeth Callaway, b. i7s6, d, 26th December, 1790,
niece of Col. James Innes, Lieutenant Colonel in the Revolutionary War, the
first Attorney-General of Virginia and was offered the appointment of Attorney-
General of the United States by Washington but declined. Judge Innes was a
Member of the Virginia Legislature in 1783 and in that year was elected by the
Legislature of Virginia as one of the Judges of the Supreme Court for the District
of Kentucky. In 1785 was elected by the Virginia Legislature, Attorney-General
for the district of Kentucky. In 1789 he was appointed Judge of the United States
Court for the District of Kentucky, which office he held imtil his death in 1816,
in the meantime having declined the appointment of Chief Justice of the Court
of Appeals, which was offered him when Kentucky became a State in 1792. Was
a member of the Kentucky Board of War in 1 791; Member of Danville Convention
in 1785, 1787 and 1788 lookmg to the erection of Kentucky into a separate State;
and was a Member of the Convention in Frankfort in 1799 which formed the
Constitution of Kentucky. His wife, Elizabeth Callaway was the daughter of
Col. James Callaway of Bedford County, Virginia, who was a Biurgess from that
COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE UNITED STATES ii
County in 1 766-1 768 and who with William Preston Robert Adams, Jr. (a de-
scendant of Capt. Ebenezer Adams) and Charles Lynch formed the original Lynch
law, and their acts were condoned and they were granted indemnity by the Virginia
General Assembly, October, 1782.
ISSUE OF HARRY INNES AND KATHERINE ELIZABETH CALLAWAY
L Sarah, b, 13th July, 1776; m. 1792, Francis Thornton and had issue,
n. Katherine Elizabeth, b. 9th May, 1779; m. 7th May, 1797, Samuel G.
m. Elizabeth, J. 23d September, 1785; m, June, 1805, Thomas Alexander.
IV. Ann, b. 6th April, 1787; m. October, 1802, John Morris.
Ifmes Arms. — ^Argent three stars with a bordure, chigney of the jGirst and second.
Cresi, — ^A branch of Palm slipped, ppr.
Motto.— ''OmsLtus Radix Fronde."
issue of SAMXTEL G. and katherine ELIZABETH (iNNES) ADAMS
L Elizabeth Innes, b. 30th April, 1798; d. 20th November, 1803.
n. Richard, b. 7th February, 1800; d. nth June, 1851; m. (firstly) Mary
Selden; m. (secondly) Lucy W. Thornton; had issue.
in. Mary Grifl^, b. 8th February, 1803; d. 20th February, 1870; m. George
Pollard; had issue.
IV. Innes Callaway, b. 6th March, 1807; d. i6th August, 1862; m. (firstly)
Ellen Green Wiluams; m. (secondly) Hannah W. Woodward.
V. Samuel GriflBn, b. 31st July, 1810; d. 24th June, 1839; m. Maria Gilmer.
VL John, b. 7th July, 181 2; d. May, 1813.
vn. George William, b. 29th Mardi, 1814; d. 1853; m. Jane Rufi&n Robert-