|Linda Lipkind (#47311245)|
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|DJ||Nathaniel & Elizabeth Haggard|
In the book, "Old Graveyards of Clark County, Kentucky," by Katherine Owens, 1975, the following information can be found about Nathaniel and Elizabeth Haggard:
"The graves of Nathaniel Haggard and his wife Elizabeth were marked with field stone. Family records state that Nathaniel Haggard was born 1723; died 1805. Elizabeth Haggard was born 1731; died 1820."
According to the book, there are seven Haggard Cemeteries in Clark County at the time the book was researched. The book lists another Nathaniel and wife Elizabeth with the following:
b. June 17, 1776
d. July 21, 1858
b. Feb. 20, 1780
d. Nov. 3, 1850
Added by DJ on May 26, 2014 8:03 PM
|Charlie O||Col. Chinn's grave picture|
I added two pictures of what Col. Chinn's grave looks like today. Unfortunately the stone is all broken up. The only thing is readable is the death day and year.
|Tom Black||Wheeldon Memorials|
Thanks Linda. I have made the corrections in the Wheeldon memorials you mentioned. I have also deleted some of my memorials that were obviously duplications of memorials created by someone else.
If you would like, I would be happy to transfer all of my Wheeldon memorials to you since they are relatives of yours. I am not related to any of them. Let me know if you would like to assume responsibility for these memorials.
|David Trentham||RE: William McCade|
Thanks for writing! Yes, William Thomas Trentham (27 Mar 1793-10 Dec 1848) and Easter Ogle Trentham (6 May 1805-6 Jan 1883) are my 2 greats grandparents on my Dad's side and my 4 greats grandparents on my Mom's side. William was born in Haywood Co., NC. and moved to Sevier Co., Tn. with his mother, Lucinda Bugg, when he was still young. He served during the War of 1812. His father, Robert William Trentham (1775-10 Apr 1809), was born in Rowan Co., NC. From there, we go into the Martin Trenthams: Martin Trentham (1760-1834) who served in the American Revolution and who married Magdalena Younts, Martin Trentham (1730-15 Aug 1783) who married Ann Shaddock (1740-1783)of Harnett Co. and Rowan Co., NC and Martin Trantham (1690-1769) who was born in Staffordshire, England and immigrated to Harnett Co., NC. He married Elizabeth Marger Eppinger (8 Aug 1695- 25 Oct 1785). Ann's father was Josiah Shaddock who was born around 1710 in Harnett Co., NC. Both the Trenthams and the Tranthams come from this Martin and his wife Elizabeth. He was an extremely well off Yeoman farmer and from what I can tell owned half of Harnett County.
From here, it is speculation at best. This is my theory: Martin's father could have been Robert Trentham (22 Dec 1660) of Leicester, England, this Robert Trentham's parents could have been Robert Trentham (1630) of Staffordshire and his wife Margaret and from there we go to Francis Trentham (1600) and Katherine Sheldon (1600-18 Feb 1656). Francis Trentham's parents were Thomas Trentham (1575-Apr 1605) and Joan Snead (1580)of Staffordshire. Katherine's parents were Ralph Sheldon (1565-1613) and Anne Throgmorton (1565) of Worcestershire, England.
I believe Thomas Trentham's parents were Richard and Maria Ireland Trentham who were born around 1560. I think Richard's parents were Thomas Trentham (1534-1587) and Joan (1536). Maria's parents were David Ireland (1529) and Katharine Knight (1538). Thomas Trentham's parents were Richard Trentham (1504) and Maria (1505). David Ireland's parents were Robert Ireland (1500) and Margaret Meredith (1505). Finally, I believe Richard's father was a Thomas Trentham who was born in 1480 in Staffordshire. I admit that this is a pretty disconnected theory, but I checked the information and it is accurate at least, so we might be descended from some of these Trenthams from Stafforshire.
I hope this gives you food for thought anyway.
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