Ancestry

  • Reference:  Scott Family of Hawfields by Dr. Herbert S. Turner, Seeman Press (1971)
  • unless otherwise indicated by an asterisk (*)

 

Generation 5

[S026]  Scott, Robert Walter Sr.

born July 24, 1861 in Hawfields, Alamance Co., North Carolina

elected to North Carolina General Assembly in 1888, served 5 terms

elected to North Carolina State Senate in 1900, served one term

appointed Agriculture Commissioner in 1901, served under 7 governors

widowed; also married Ella Bernard Anderson (born January 8, 1870)*

died May 16, 1929* in Hawfields, Alamance Co., North Carolina

buried at Hawfields Presbyterian Cemetery, Alamance Co., North Carolina*

[S027] (Scott), Elizabeth Jesse (Lizzie) Hughes

born May 27, 1865 in Cedar Grove, Orange Co., North Carolina

died March 9, 1914 in Hawfields, Alamance Co., North Carolina

also buried at Hawfields Presbyterian Cemetery, Alamance Co., North Carolina*

children of Robert and Lizzie Hughes, married June 17, 1883 in North Carolina

child 1 – Fanny Josephine Scott, born October 23, 1883

child 2 – Robert Walter Scott, Jr., born September 6, 1885

child 3 – Infant Scott, born and died December 12, 1887

child 4 – James Edwin Scott, born February 15, 1889

child 5 – Margaret Kerr Scott [S013], born May 24, 1891

child 6 – Albert Murray Scott, born May 18, 1893

child 7 – Samuel Floyd Scott, born June 9, 1894

child 8 – Hon. William Kerr Scott, born May 17, 1896

child 9 – Henry Alvord Scott, born February 25, 1898

child 10 – Elizabeth Hughes Scott, born October 3, 1902

child 11 – Hon. Ralph Henderson Scott, born December 12, 1903

child 12 – Howard Johnston Scott, born January 30, 1906

child 13 – Agnes White Scott, born August 25, 1907

child 14 – Anderson Hughes Scott, born August 30, 1911

 

 

Generation  6

[S052] Scott, Henderson

born March 13, 1814 in Hawfields, (then) Orange Co., North Carolina

died October 11, 1870 in Hawfields, Alamance Co., North Carolina

buried at Hawfields Presbyterian Cemetery, Alamance Co., North Carolina

[S053] (Scott), Margaret Graham Kerr Glass

born June 23, 1822 in Orange Co.*, North Carolina

died December 8, 1892 in Hawfields, Alamance Co., North Carolina

previously married to Richard C. Glass in 1841; widowed

also buried at Hawfields Presbyterian Cemetery*, Alamance Co., North Carolina

children* of Margaret and Richard, married in 1841

child 1 – Mary Elizabeth Glass, born January 5, 1843

child 2 – Ann Graham Glass, born November 1846

children of Henderson and Margaret, married in 1849

child 1 – Samuel Kerr Scott, born April 25*, 1850

child 2 – Alice Jane Scott, born December 26, 1851

child 3 – Frances* (Fannie) Josephine Scott, born May 26, 1853

child 4 – Margaret Graham Scott, born July 2, 1857

child 5 – James Edwin Scott, born August 1*, 1859

child 6 – Robert Walter Scott [S026], born July 24, 1861

child 7 – Susan (Sudie) Lizzie Kerr Scott, born June 29, 1863

child 8 – Mary (Mamie) White Scott, born October 4, 1865

[S054] Hughes, Samuel Wellwood

born March 5, 1815* in Cedar Grove, Orange Co., North Carolina

graduated from Hampden-Sydney College, Virginia

also married Elizabeth Jesse Hughes in December 1844 (no relation, born 1816*)

founder of Cedar Grove Academy

relocated school as Hughes Academy adjacent to Eno Presbyterian during Civil War

died October 2, 1884* in Cedar Grove, Orange Co., North Carolina

buried at Eno Presbyterian Cemetery, Cedar Grove, Orange Co., North Carolina*

[S055] (Hughes), Margaret Jane (Maggie) Murray

born February 29, 1836** in Orange Co. *, North Carolina

died January 24, 1924 in Cedar Grove, Orange Co., North Carolina*

buried at Crossroads Presbyterian Cemetery, Alamance Co., North Carolina*

children of Samuel and Elizabeth

child 1 – Joseph W. Hughes, born about 1845*

child 2 – Agnes W. Hughes, born August 31, 1847*

child 3 – Henry A. Hughes, born about 1849*

child 4 – Annie Lavelette* Hughes, born September 3, 1851*

child 5 – Mary M. Hughes, born about 1854*

child 6 – Eliza Jane Hughes, born 1856*

child 7 – Robert Harvey Hughes, born July 26, 1858

children* of Samuel and Maggie

child 1 – Albert W. Hughes, born about 1864

child 2 – Elizabeth Jesse (Lizzie) Hughes [S027],born May 27, 1865

child 3 – Henrietta V. Hughes, born December 1867

child 4 – Claude Murray Hughes, born August 21, 1869

child 5 – Samuel Floyd Hughes, born about 1876

child 6 – Augustus C. Hughes, born about 1878

Generation 7

[S104] Scott, Samuel Lawrence*

born March 22, 1764 (other sources say March 23, 1764)

settled on farm along the Haw River, (then) Orange Co., North Carolina

died August 30, 1841 in Knox Co., Tennessee*

buried at Hawfields Presbyterian Cemetery, Alamance Co., North Carolina

[S105] (Scott), Nancy Bryan

born June 1, 1773* in Orange Co., North Carolina*

died March 28, 1841 in Haw River, (then) Orange Co., North Carolina *

also buried at Hawfields Presbyterian Cemetery, Alamance Co., North Carolina

children* of Samuel and Nancy. married February 17, 1794* in Orange Co., North Carolina

child 1 – Jane Scott, born 1795

child 2 – Frances (Fannie) Scott, born 1797

child 3 – John Scott, born November 21, 1798*

child 4 – James Mebane Scott, died young

child 5 – Calvin Scott, born June 1, 1811

child 6 – Hannah Scott, born June 4, 1807

child 7 – Henderson Scott [S052], born March 13, 1814

[S106] Kerr, Samuel

born January 20, 1787 in (then) Randolph Co., North Carolina

moved with parents to Alamance Co., North Carolina in 1795

widowed; also married Jane Currie (born 1799) on September 17, 1818*

died July 21, 1852 at Hawfields, Alamance Co., North Carolina

buried at Hawfields Presbyterian Cemetery, Alamance Co., North Carolina

[S107] (Kerr), Mary White

born 1800; died September 18, 1828 probably Alamance Co., North Carolina

also buried at Hawfields Presbyterian Cemetery, Alamance Co., North Carolina

children of Samuel and Mary, married September 17, 1818 in Orange Co., North Carolina

child 1 – David White Kerr, born August 5, 1819

child 2 – Mary Kerr, born 1820

child 3 – Margaret Graham Kerr [S053], born June 23, 1822

child 4 – William James Kerr

children of Samuel and Jane, married September 22, 1831* in North Carolina

child 1 – Elizabeth Michell* Kerr, born July 26, 1832*

child 2 – Currie N. Kerr, born 1833

child 3 – Mary White Kerr, born 1834

child 4 – Ann Hazzelton (Annie H.) Kerr

child 5 – Nathanael Kerr, born 1839

child 6 – James Kerr, born 1841

[S108] Hughes, Joseph Dunn

born February 15, 1785, probably born in (then) Rowan Co.*, North Carolina

relocated to Eno community (now Cedar Grove) from Rowan Co., North Carolina

widowed; remarried to Sarah Clark (born 1801)

died May 20, 1844 in Orange Co,. North Carolina

[S109] (Hughes), Mary (Polley)* Woods

born 1789 in (then) Orange Co., North Carolina; died September 25, 1829

born of a prominent family in (now) Caswell Co., North Carolina

children of Joseph and Mary, married August 14, 1809* in Caswell Co., North Carolina

child 1 – Rev. Anderson Greene Hughes, born December 10, 1810

child 2 – Thomas Harvey Hughes, born January 14, 1813*

child 3 – Samuel Wellwood Hughes [S054], born March 5, 1815

child 4 – Jane Mitchell Hughes, born April 15, 1817* (some sources say April 14)*

child 5 – Mary Hughes

child 6 – Timothy Webb Hughes, born May 14, 1822*

child 7 – Joseph Faddis Hughes (twin), born May 14, 1822*

child 8 – James Franklin Hughes

child 9 – William Paisley Hughes, born March 22, 1826*

child 10 – Eliza Hughes

children* of Joseph and Sarah, married about 1830

child 1 – Dr. William Rice Hughes, born July 20, 1832

child 2 – Margaret Ann (Annie) Hughes

child 3 – John Henry Hughes, born June 13, 1837

child 4 – Sidney Baxter Hughes, born 1840; christened August 29, 1841

 

[S110] Murray, James Eliah *

born May 17, 1794 at Quaker Creek, Alamance Co., North Carolina

widowed; remarried to Nancy Shutal Lea* Oliver (born May 23, 1804)

died June 13, 1870 probably in Alamance Co., North Carolina

buried at Crossroads Presbyterian Cemetery, Mebane, Alamance Co., North Carolina

[S111] (Murray), Elizabeth Hutchinson *

born September 27, 1803* in Orange Co., North Carolina

died October 27, 1845* in Alamance Co., North Carolina

children* of Eliah and Elizabeth, married October 31, 1821 in Orange Co., North Carolina

child 1 – William James Murray, born October 22, 1822

child 2 – Avaline Murray, born January 17, 1825

child 3 – Sarah (Susan)* Murray, born 1828

child 4 – John Murray, born December 15, 1829*

child 5 – Albert Murray, born September 24, 1832

child 6 – Margaret Jane (Maggie) Murray [S055], born February 1835*

child 7 – Elizabeth H.* (Eliza)* Murray, born 1840

child* of Eliah and Nancy

child 1 – Emma Virginia Murray, born October 3, 1846

 

 

 

Generation  8

 

[S208] Scott, James

born about 1743

served in North Carolina Militia during Revolutionary War

served one term in the Continental Line

[S209] (Scott), Nancy Mebane

born 1747* in Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania

some sources show Nancy born 1737; doubtful as parents married about 1740

some sources show Nancy as Suzanna; others Suzanna as 12th child born 1752

widowed; remarried about 1780 to Robert Anderson (born about 1745)

died before 1789 in Orange Co., North Carolina*

only known child of James and Nancy, married February 17, 1794 in Orange Co., North Carolina*

child 1 – Samuel Lawrence* Scott [S104], born March 22, 1764

[S210] Bryan, James

born November 1757 in (then) Rowan Co., North Carolina*; twin brother Jesse*

listed as living in Orange Co., North Carolina in 1779

died August 18, 1807* in Femme Osage, St. Charles Co., Missouri*

[S211] (Bryan), Wiltha (Wilthy) Rodgers

born 1753*; died 1845*

eighth child of William Rodgers

children of James and Withy

child 1 – John Bryan

child 2 – William Bryan

child 3 – David Bryan

child 4 – Thomas Bryan

child 5 – Hannah Bryan

child 6 – Nancy Bryan [S105], born June 1, 1773

 

[S212] Kerr, Nathaniel Greene

born 1741 in Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania*

relocated with parents family to Randolph Co., North Carolina about 1764

settled on south side of Deep River near Bells Mill, Randolph Co., North Carolina

served as private at the Battle of Guilford Court House

served in North Carolina Regiment

moved to (now) Alamance Co., North Carolina in 1795

died February 2, 1826 in (now) Guilford Co., North Carolina*

buried at Alamance Presbyterian Cemetery, Guilford Co., North Carolina*

[S213] (Kerr), Margaret Graham Barrett

born November 1, 1755 in Paxton Township, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania*

died May 24, 1848 in North Carolina*

widowed; previously married to Samuel Barrett (died in 1777)

sister of William Graham, founder of Washington & Lee University in Virginia

children* of Nathaniel and Margaret, married September 1, 1785*

child 1 – Samuel Kerr [S106], born January 20, 1787

child 2 – Margaret Graham “Peggy”* Kerr, born November 26, 1789

child 3 – William Kerr, born December 18, 1792

child 4 – Mary “Polly” Kerr, born December 30, 1794

child 5 – Rev. James Kerr, born November 15, 1797

child 6 – Nathaniel Greene Kerr, Jr., born December 22, 1798

[S214] White, David Junior

born May 1762* probably in (now) Chatham Co., North Carolina

joined North Carolina Militia in 1778

served at age 17 in the Battle of Gates in Camden, South Carolina

died September 23, 1837 at Hawfields, Alamance Co., North Carolina

buried at Hawfields Presbyterian Cemetery, Alamance Co., North Carolina*

[S215] (White), Elizabeth (Betsy)* Allen

born 1780 in North Carolina; most sources say born 1777*

died May 6, 1855 probably at Hawfields, Alamance Co., North Carolina

buried at Hawfields Presbyterian Cemetery, Alamance Co., North Carolina*

only known child of David and Betsy, married May 5, 1799* in Orange Co., North Carolina*

child 1 – Mary White [S107], born 1800

 

[S216] Hughes, Timothy

from Rowan Co., North Carolina

lived at Yadkin River settlement; occupation as teacher*

transcribed his will on November 4, 1789 near end of life

died 1792 in (then) Rowan Co., North Carolina*

children of Timothy Hughes

child 1 – John Hughes

child 2 – Samuel Hughes, born 1767*

child 3 – Jean (Jane)* Hughes, born about 1780*

child 4 – Joseph Dunn Hughes [S108], born February 15, 1785

child 5 – Thomas Hughes, born 1790*

child 6 – Timothy Hughes, Jr.

 

[S218] Woods, Samuel

born 1724* in Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania

Samuel’s sister Elizabeth was married to Mary’s uncle David Mitchell*

died 1793 in Caswell Co., North Carolina

[S219] (Woods), Mary Mitchell

born about 1735* in Orange Co. North Carolina

died after 1852 in Caswell Co., North Carolina

children of Samuel and Mary, married about 1772 in Orange Co,. North Carolina

child 1 – Andrew Woods, born about 1772*

child 2 – William Henry Woods, born 1774

child 3 – Samuel Woods, Jr.

child 4 – Thomas Woods

child 5 – John Woods, born May 16, 1778

child 6 – James Woods

child 7 – Mary (Polley)* Woods [S109], born 1789

child 8 – Margaret Woods

[S220] Murray, William Lawrence *

born May 30, 1750* in Coventry Parish, Somerset Co., Maryland*

died January 2, 1805 in Orange Co., North Carolina *

buried at Crossroads Presbyterian Cemetery, Mebane, Alamance Co., North Carolina *

[S221] (Murray), Margaret (Polly) Anderson *

born January 30, 1755 in Orange Co., North Carolina

died September 9, 1828* in Alabama*

also buried at Crossroads Presbyterian Cemetery, Alamance Co., North Carolina*

children of William and Polly, married 1775 in Orange Co., North Carolina*

child 1 – Martha Jane Murray, born May 16, 1776*

child 2 – John Millright Murray, born 1777* (some sources say 1791)*

child 3 – Robert Murray*, born November 8, 1778*

child 4 – Eli Clay Murray, born 1779*

child 5 – Margaret Murray, born December 25, 1780

child 6 – William Anderson Murray, born January 11, 1783

child 7 – James Elijah* Murray [S110], born May 17, 1794

child 8 – Andrew Murray, born January 7, 1796

 

 

 

Generation  9

[S416] Scott, Robert (pioneer)

possibly first son of John Scott of Edinburgh, Scotland

born in Edinburgh, Scotland between 1706 and 1737

settled on Jordan Creek, near Hopedale, now Alamance Co., North Carolina

[S417] (Scott), Mary

parents of James Scott [S208]

[S418] Mebane, Col. Alexander Sr.

born November 11, 1716 in Dublin, Ireland (possibly Down, Northern Ireland) *

one of original settlers of the Hawfields, North Carolina in 1739 or 1740

served as Colonel against the Regulator Rebellion with sons William and Alexander II*

commissioned as Justice of Peace in (then) Bladen Co., North Carolina in 1751

proprieter of Hawfields Roadhouse Ordinary; hosted Moravian bishop in 1752*

first Sheriff of Orange Co., North Carolina upon separation from Bladen Co. in 1752

commissioned as Colonel in North Carolina Militia in 1755*

widowed; remarried about 1757 to Elizabeth Mitchell (born about 1730)

commissioned as Justice of Peace in Orange Co. from 1757 until 1789*

died November 5, 1795 (or 1793) in (then) Orange Co., North Carolina

buried at original Hawfields cemetery, (now) Alamance Co., North Carolina*

original cemetery plowed under by farmer A. Wilson who was later prosecuted*

[S419] (Mebane), Mary (Jane) Tinnin

born 1720 in Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania

name Mary may be incorrect; all five daughters named had children named Jane*

family also were original settlers of the Hawfields in 1739 or 1740

died about 1800 in (now) Alamance Co., North Carolina

children* of Alexander and Mary, married 1740 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania*

child 1 – Sarah Mebane, born about 1740

child 2 – Capt. William Mebane, born about 1741

child 3 – Elizabeth Mebane, born about 1742

child 4 – James Mebane, born about 1743

child 5 – Brig. Gen. Alexander Mebane II, born November 26, 1744

child 6 – Janet Mebane, born about 1745

child 7 – Ann Mebane, born about 1746

child 8 – Nancy Mebane, born about 1747

child 9 – Robert Mebane, born about 1748

child 10 – John Mebane, born about 1749

child 11 – Frances Mebane, born about 1751

child 12 – Suzanna Mebane, born about 1752

children of Alexander and Elizabeth, married about 1757

child 1 – Margaret Mebane, born about 1759

child 2 – David Mebane, born December 28, 1760

 

[S420] Bryan, Thomas

born 1735* probably in Pennsylvania

uncle of Rebecca Bryan, who married Daniel Boone in 1755

his brother William Bryan also married Daniel Boone’s sister Mary in 1755*

surgeon during Revolutionary War; practiced medicine in Mississippi after war*

settled on east side of Haw River below Hopedale, Alamance Co., North Carolina

died in 1779 near Hopedale, Alamance Co., North Carolina

[S420] (Bryan), Sarah Hunt*

born 1736 in Hopewell, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey

widowed; remarried to John Gano on September 30, 1794

died May 22, 1795* in Fayette Co., Kentucky

children* of Thomas and Sarah, married about 1754 in Rowan Co., North Carolina

child 1 – Jesse Bryan, born November 1757

child 2 – James Bryan[S210] (twin), born November 1757

child 3 – William Bryan, born 1762

child 4 – Jonathan Bryan, born October 1, 1766

child 5 – Mary Bryan, born May 4, 1769

child 6 – Martha Bryan, born August 1772

child 7 – Morgan Hunt Bryan, born December 16, 1774

child 8 – Thomas Bryan, born January 6, 1776

[S422] Rogers (Rodgers), William

changed last name to Rodgers

died before November 1797 in Orange Co., North Carolina

[S423] (Rodgers), Elizabeth *

children of William and Elizabeth

child 1 – Abraham Rodgers

child 2 – Theophelous Rodgers

child 3 – Nathan Rodgers

child 4 – Rachel Rodgers

child 5 – Jemina Rodgers

child 6 – Morning Rodgers

child 7 – Seasey Rodgers

child 8 – Wilthy (Wiltha) Rodgers  [S211]

child 9 – Sarrey Rodgers

 

[S424] Kerr, John

born 1715; died 1746 in Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania

[S425] (Kerr), Natalie Greene *

born 1714 probably in Rhode Island

purportedly a cousin* of Gen. Nathanael Greene, son of Nathaniel Greene

children of John and Natalie, married in 1735

child 1 – Joseph Kerr, born 1737

child 2 – William Kerr, born 1738

child 3 – James Kerr, born 1739

child 4 – Mary Kerr, born 1740

child 5 – Nathaniel Greene Kerr [S207], born 1741

[S426] Graham, Michael

born 1710 in Ulster, Northern Ireland

widowed; previously married to Elizabeth Smith (born 1715)*

died 1788 in Randolph Co., North Carolina

[S427] Graham, Susanna* (Mary) Miller

born about 1722 probably in Northern Ireland; died 1775

children* of Michael and Elizabeth, married 1735*

child 1 – Christian Graham, born October 7, probably 1736

child 2 – Ralfe Graham, born February 19, probably 1738

child 3 – Mary Graham, born January 17, probably 1739

children* of Michael and Susanna

child 1 – Jane Graham, born October 1, 1744

child 2 – William Graham, born December 19, 1746

child 3 – Anne Graham, born January 8, 1749

child 4 – Elizabeth Graham, born February 16, 1751

child 5 – James Edward Graham, born February 1, 1753

child 6 – Margaret Graham [S213], born November 1, 1755

child 7 – Michael Graham Jr., born May 6, 1758

child 8 – John Graham, born November 1, 1760

 

[S428] White, Stephen (Stephanus)

born July 19, 1725 in Wilmington, Delaware (twin brother of Moses White)

christened in Old Swede Church in Wilmington, Delaware

employed as a fine shoemaker near Philadelphia

moved to Tick Creek, (now) Chatham Co., North Carolina about 1760

tried to return to Philadelphia in 1761 but stopped and settled in Hawfields

persuaded to stay in Hawfields by Joseph Freeland

died 1823 at Hawfields, Alamance Co., North Carolina

[S429] (White), Ann Ross

born 1734 probably in Ulster. Ireland

purportedly a relative of Betsy Ross, the famous American flag maker

died 1819 at Hawfields, Alamance Co., North Carolina

children* of Stephen and Ann, married 1761 at Back Creek, Alamance Co., North Carolina

child 1 – Charity White

child 2 – David Junior White [S214], born May 1762* (some sources say 1761)

child 3 – Margaret Ann White, born about 1763

child 4 – Joseph White, born 1764

child 5 – Susan White, born May 3, 1767

child 6 – John White, born 1769

child 7 – Robert White I, born 1770

child 8 – James I. White, born 1773

child 9 – Stephen White Jr., born July 3, 1775 (other sources November 25, 1762)*

child 10 – Samuel White, born February 16, 1777

child 11 – Robert White II, born after 1778*, named for his brother who died early

[S430] Allen, George

born 1730; died 1786 in Hawfields, Orange Co., North Carolina

lived east of Swepsonville, Alamance Co., North Carolina

[S431] (Allen), Elizabeth (Aunt Bettie) Anderson

born March 1735 in North Carolina

children* of George and Bettie, married 1750

child 1 – Margaret Allen, born 1757*

child 2 – Samuel Allen

child 3 – William Allen

child 4 – Ann Allen

child 5 – George Allen

child 6 – John Allen

child 7 – Elizabeth (Betsy) Allen, born 1780*

child 8 – Mary (Polly) Allen, born 1780**

child 9 – Alexander Allen

 

[S436] Woods, William*

born 1695* in Ireland; died 1785* in Orange Co., North Carolina

brother of Michael Woods of Blair Park, Ulster, Northern Ireland

came to Pennsylvania in 1724* with Michael and widowed sister Elizabeth Wallace

settled in Orange Co., North Carolina in 1730* with Michael and sister Elizabeth

one of the first elders of Little River Presbyterian Church

children of William Woods, spouse unknown

child 1 – John Woods, born 1720

child 2 – William Woods

child 3 – Samuel Woods [S218], born 1724* (some sources say born 1733)*

child 4 – Elizabeth Woods

child 5 – Mary Woods

[S438] Mitchell, Andrew*

born about 1730* in County Limerick, Ireland*

came to Orange Co., North Carolina about 1758*

died before November 1795 at New Hope Creek*, Orange Co., North Carolina

[S439] (Mitchell), Mary McGowen

born about 1735 probably in Ireland

died February 15, 1790 in Orange Co., North Carolina

children of Andrew and Mary, married about 1752 in County Limerick, Ireland

child 1 – Mary Mitchell [S219], born about 1753

child 2 – Nancy Mitchell, born 1755

child 3 – Susan Mitchell, born about 1755

child 4 – Jeannie Mitchell, born about 1757

child 5 – Andrew Mitchell, Jr., born about 1759

child 6 – John Mitchell, born 1760

child 7 – Margaret Mitchell, born about 1761

child 8 – Elizabeth Mitchell, born about 1762

child 9 – Hannah Mitchell, born about 1764

child 10 – James Mitchell, born 1765

[S440] Murray, William *

born about 1714 probably on Ulster Plantations, Ireland

came to America about 1721 with his family

settled on Quaker Creek (north of Cross Roads), Alamance Co in 1736

died July 27, 1773 in Orange Co., North Carolina

children of William Murray, spouse unknown

child 1 – Elizabeth Murray, born December 1739

child 2 – Margaret Murray, born January 10, 1741

child 3 – Martha Murray, born May 1742

child 4 – Walter Murray (twin), born February 1744

child 5 – John Murray, born January 1745*

child 6 – James Murray, born August 10, 1747

child 7 – William Lawrence Murray [S220], born May 30, 1750

[S442] Anderson, James*

born about 1730* in Caswell Co., North Carolina*

some sources show also married to Elizabeth Mebane; different Anderson family

died 1800* in Orange Co., North Carolina*

[S443] (Anderson), Margaret (Peggy) Eccles*

born about 1736* in Orange Co., North Carolina*

children* of James and Peggy

child 1 – Margaret (Polly) Anderson [S221], born January 30, 1755

child 2 – Jennet Jane Anderson, born about 1759 (in Ireland)

children* of James and Elizabeth

child 1 – Ann Anderson*, born July 8, 1762*

child 2 – Alexander Anderson, born October 10, 1764

child 3 – Jane Anderson, born about 1770

 

 

 

Generation  10

[S836] Meben (Mebane), William

born 1682 in County Tyrone, Ulster, Northern Ireland

moved to Pennsylvania about 1720

signed petition for creation of Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania in 1729

died about 1750 in Derru Twp., Lancaster, Pennsylvania

[S837] (Mebane), Mary

born 1698 in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland

died in Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania

children of William and Mary, married 1715 in Northern Ireland*

child 1 – Alexander Mebane [S418], born November 26, 1716 (born in Ireland)

child 2 – John Mebane, born, 1718

child 3 – Jane Mebane, born 1726

child 4 – Mary Mebane, born 1727

child 5 – William Mebane, born 1728

child 6 – Ann Louey (Lovey)* Mebane, born 1730

child 7 – Frances Mebane, born 1735

child 8 – Rachel Mebane, born 1736

[S838] Tinnin, John Sr.

born about 1690 in Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania

some sources indicate John came to Philadephia from Barbados before 1690*

died October 1804 in Orange Co., North Carolina

[S839] (Tinnin), Pricilla Carnes

born about 1698 in Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania

children of John and Priscilla*

child 1 – John Tinnin Jr., born about 1719* (other sources say 1720 and 1722)

child 2 – Mary (Jane) Tinnin [S419], born 1720

child 3 – James Tinnin, born 1721 (other sources say 1718)

child 4 – Carnes Tinnin, born 1722

child 5 – Robert Tinnin, born about 1727*

 

[S840] Bryan, Morgan*

born 1671 in Denmark

moved into Pequea Creek district (now Lancaster) Pennsylvania in 1724

purchased 100,000 acres along Opequon Ck., Virginia with Alexander Ross in 1732

settled in Berkeley Co., (now) West Virginia in 1734

moved 1748 to south bank of Deep Creek, (then) Rowan Co., North Carolina

died May 3, 1763 in (then) Rowan Co., North Carolina*

buried at Joppa Cemetery, Mocksville, (now) Davie Co., North Carolina*

[S841] (Bryan), Martha Strode*

born about 1696 in France (other sources say Holland)

died August 24, 1762 near Winchester, Frederick Co., Virginia*

also buried at Joppa Cemetery, Mocksville, (now) Davie Co., North Carolina*

married 1719 at New Garden Friends Meeting House in Chester Co., Pennsylvania

children of Morgan and Martha

child 1 – Joseph Bryan, born 1720

child 2 – Samuel Bryan, born 1721

child 3 – James Bryan, born May 3*, 1723

child 4 – Mary Bryan, born 1725

child 5 – Morgan Bryan Jr., born May 20*, 1729

child 6 – Elinor Bryan, also born 1729 (other sources say born 1722)

child 7 – John Bryan, born May 9*, 1730

child 8 – William Bryan, born March 10*, 1734

child 9 – Thomas Bryan [S420], born 1735

child 10 – Sarah Bryan*, born 1739*

child 11 – Martha Bryan, born November 19, 1740*

[S844] Rogers, Adam Sr. (pioneer)

came to North Carolina about 1755 with brother Hugh and father

moved from Pennsylvania to east side of Haw River, (now) Alamance Co.

died near Haw River, (now) Alamance Co., North Carolina in 1767

[S845] (Rogers), Isabelle *

children of Adam and Isabelle

child 1 – John Rogers

child 2 – William Rogers [S422]

child 3 – Hugh Rogers

child 4 – Mary Rogers

child 5 – Adam Rogers, Jr.*

[S848] Kerr, James Jr.

born 1690

some sources confused about James Kerr, born 1710 from Scotland

died 1748 in Paxton Twp. (Paxtang), Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania

[S849] (Kerr), Martha Ball

born 1692 probably in New York

James and Martha, married 1710 (parents of John Kerr [S424])

[S852] Graham, James Jr.

born 1686 in Ireland

children of James, wife unknown

child 1 – James Graham III*, born 1699*

child 2 – Jarrett (Jared) Graham, born about 1700[2[

child 3 – Jennet Graham, born 1704*

child 4 – Arthur Graham, born 1705*

child 5 – Michael Graham, born 1710 [S426]

 

 

Generation  11

 

[S1680] Bryan, Sir Francis III*

born 1630* in County Claire, Ireland

died 1677* in Belfast, Ireland

[S1681] (Bryan), Sarah Brinker*

born 1634* in Denmark

Sir Francis and Sarah, parents of Morgan Bryan [S840]

[S1688] Rogers, John*

came to North Carolina about 1755* with sons Adam and Hugh

father of Adam Rogers, Sr. [S844]

[S1696] Kerr, James Sr.

born 1670; died 1724 probably in Paxton Twp., Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania

[S1697] (Kerr), Jean McCall

from New York

James and Jean (married 1690), parents of James Kerr, Jr. [S848]

[S1704] Graham, James Sr.*

born 1660 (perhaps 1664)* in Ireland

migrated from Argylleshire, Ireland to Ulster Province, Northern Ireland

died 1731 in Caln Twp.*, Chester Co., Pennsylvania

[S1705] (Graham), Elizabeth *

parents of James Graham Jr.  [S852]

[S1712] White, Moses

born 1665 in Scotland*

migrated to Ireland between 1704 and 1708 where daughter Mary was born*

immigrated before 1722 to Octorara Creek, Chester Co., Pennsylvania

joined Neshaminy Dutch Reformed Church in Bucks Co., Pennsylvania in 1722

occupation as schoolmaster

died March 12, 1735* in New Castle, New Castle Co., Delaware*

[S1713] (White), Elenore Lawson *

born about 1670 in Scotland*; died 1722 in Pennsylvania*

children* of Moses and Elenore

child 1 – David White [S856], born 1703*

child 2 – Mary White*, born 1708

child 3 – Joseph White, born 1710

child 4 – James White*, born 1711*

child 5 – Jane White*, born 1712*

child 6 – Sarah White

child 7 – John White*, born 1719 *

 

[S1714] Cornelius, Staffan (Stephan)*

born in Newcastle Co., Delaware

[S1715] (Cornelius), Hustru Wilhelminkie (Wilhelmina) Jacobsson*

born in Brandywine-Wilmington, New Castle Co., Delaware*

children of Stephan and Wilhelmina

child 1 – Gierkie Cornelius [S1727], born 1708

child 2 – Charles Cornelius, born 1711*

child 3 – Rainy Cornelius, born 1712

child 4 – Anders Cornelius, born June 20, 1714

child 5 – Gustaf Cornelius, born August 5, 1715

child 6 – Elizabeth Cornelius, born July 10, 1720

[S1727] Moore, Margaret

probably from England

traveled to America with Alexander Mebane, John Anderson and David Mitchell

mother of Ann Moore [S863]

[S1760] Murray, John, Sr.*

born about 1660* in Scotland

[S1761] (Murray), Margaret*

born about 1660* probably in Scotland

parents of John Murray, Jr. [S880]

 

 

Generation 12 (Scott)

[S3360] Bryan, William Smith*

born 1600* in County Claire, Ireland*

[S3361] (Bryan), Catherine Morgan*

born 1604* in County Claire, Ireland*

Sir Francis and Sarah, parents of Morgan Bryan [S1680]

[S3392] Kerr (Innes-Kerr), Sir Andrew

came to New York with family after 1700; returned to Scotland

[S3393] (Innes-Kerr), Lady Jean Innes

born 1640

children of Sir Andrew and Lady Jean, married in 1665

child 1 – John Kerr, born 1666

child 2 – William Kerr, born 1668

child 3 – James Kerr Sr.  [S1696], born 1670

 

[S3424] White, Adam*

born about 1627* in Inveraray (on Loch Fyne), Argyll, Scotland

died about 1708* in Bushmills, Antrim, Ireland

father of Moses White [S1712]

[S3428] Cornelius, Willem*

born 1640* in Giessendam, Netherlands*

father of Staffan Cornelius [S1714]

 

[S3430] Jacobsson, Hendrick*

born about 1636 in Fryksdal, Varmland, Finland*

immigrated 1654 to New Sweden, (now) New Castle Co., Delaware*

died May 1704 in Christiana Hundred*, New Castle Co., Delaware*

[S3431] (Jacobsson), Gertrude*

born about 1640* probably in Finland

children of Hendrick and Brita*

child 1 – JacobHendrickson, born 1656

child 2 – Catharina (Catherine) Hendricksdotter, born 1658

children* of Hendrick and Gertrude

married about 1655 in Brandywine Creek, New Castle Co., Delaware

child 1 – Hendrick Hendrickson, born 1662

child 2 – Maria Henrichdotter, born about 1662*

child 3 – Anna Hendricksdotter, born 1664*

child 4 – Andrew Hendrickson, born about 1665

child 5 – Johan (John) Hendricksson, born before 1666*

child 6 – Wiliamke Hendrickson [S1715]

 

 

 

Generation 13 (Scott)

[S6720] Bryan, Sir Francis Bryan II*

born 1549*

[S6721] (Bryan), Ann Smith*

born 1560 in County Claire, Ireland*

Sir Francis and Ann, parents of William Smith Bryan [S3360]

 

[S6784] Kerr, Andrew

purportedly sixth earl of Roxbury

father of Sir Andrew Innes-Kerr [S3392]

 

 

 

Generation 14 (Scott)

Bryan, Sir Francis Bryan I

(Bryan), Lady Joan Fitzgerald

Sir Francis and Lady Joan, parents of Sir Francis Bryan II [S6720]

 

 

 

Generation K (Kerr)

Kerr, Andrew

born 1361

Generation L (Kerr)

Kerr, Sir Andrew

born 1339; died 1450

(father of Andrew Kerr)

 

Generation M (Kerr)

Kerr, Sir Robert of Cessford of Roxburgh

born 1317

(father of Sir Andrew Kerr)

Generation N (Kerr)

Kerr, William

born 1296