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In 1895 Arnold Hills, the owner of the Thames Iron Works, decided to establish his own football team. Francis Payne, who worked for the company, became club secretary. In the first photographs taken of the team during the 1895-1896 season, Payne can be seen standing alongside Hills and Tom Robinson, the trainer. In 1898 Arnold Hills reluctantly decided to recruit some professional players. Payne was given the job of finding the right people. One of his best signings was David Lloyd from the 3rd Battalion Guards. During the 1898-99 season he scored 12 goals in only 11 league appearances. The following season Thames Iron Works joined the top division of the Southern League. According to one report, Arnold Hills, gave Payne £1,000 to find the best players available. Payne employed an agent and former professional footballer named Charles Bunyan to obtain a player based in Birmingham. Bunyan missed his appointment with the player targeted by Payne. He then approached another player he thought might be interested in joining the club. However, this player reported Bunyan to the Football Association. The FA held an investigation into the matter and as a result, Bunyan was suspended for two years. Payne was also suspended and the Thames Iron Works was fined £25. George Neil replaced Payne as secretary/manager of the club.


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PRESIDENTS & VICE PRESIDENTS

♦ John Adams (1735-1826): 2nd President of the United States. Descendant of Pilgrims John and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden, and William Mullins.

♦ John Quincy Adams (1767-1848): 6th President of the United States. Descendant of Pilgrims John and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden, and William Mullins.

♦ George Herbert Walker Bush (1924-2018): 41st President of the United States. Descendant of Pilgrims John and Elizabeth (Tilley) Howland, Francis Cooke, John and Joan (Hurst) Tilley.

♦ George W. Bush (1946– ): 43rd President of the United States. Descendant of Pilgrims John and Elizabeth (Tilley) Howland, Francis Cooke, John and Joan (Hurst) Tilley, and Henry Samson.

♦ Calvin Coolidge (1872–1933): 30th President of the United States (1923–1929). Descendant of Pilgrim John Alden and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden, William Mullins, and Edward Doty.

♦ Charles Gates Dawes (1865-1951): 30th Vice President of the United States. Descendant of Pilgrim William and Mary Brewster.

♦ James A. Garfield (1831-1881): 20th President of the United States. Descendant of Pilgrim John and Elinor Billington, and Francis Billington.

♦ Ulysses S. Grant (1822-1885): U.S. General and 18th President of the United States. Descendant of Pilgrim Richard and Elizabeth (Walker) Warren.

♦ Levi Parsons Morton (1824-1920): 22nd Vice President of the United States, the 31st Governor of New York and the U.S. Minister to France, in which capacity he placed the first rivet in the construction of the Statue of Liberty. Descendant of Stephen and Elizabeth (Fisher) Hopkins.

♦ Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller (1908-1979): 41st Vice President of the United States, 49th Governor of New York. Descendant of Pilgrim William and Mary Brewster.

♦ Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945): 32nd President of the United States. Descendant of Pilgrims Isaac Allerton, Francis Cooke, John and Elizabeth (Tilley) Howland, Degory Priest, John and Joan (Hurst) Tilley, and Richard and Elizabeth (Walker) Warren.

♦ Zachary Taylor (1784-1850): 12th President of the United States. Descendant of Pilgrims Isaac Allerton and William and Mary Brewster.

♦ John Ellis "Jeb" Bush (1953– ): 43rd Governor of Florida. Descendant of Pilgrims John and Elizabeth (Tilley) Howland, Francis Cooke, John and Joan (Hurst) Tilley, and Henry Samson.

♦ Howard Brush Dean III (1948– ): Physician, 79th Governor of Vermont, U.S. Representative. Descendant of Pilgrim William and Mary Brewster.

♦ Nathaniel Gorham (1738-1796): Signer of the United States Constitution. Descendant of Pilgrim John and Elizabeth (Tilley) Howland.

♦ Daniel Leonard (1740–1829): Lawyer from colonial Massachusetts and a Loyalist in the American Revolution Chief Justice of Bermuda (1782 – 1806) and in 1821 revealed himself to be "Massachusettensis." Descendant of Pilgrim Thomas Rogers.

♦ Robert Treat Paine (1731-1814): Signer of the Declaration of Independence as a representative of Massachusetts. Descendant of Pilgrim Stephen and Elizabeth (Fisher) Hopkins.

♦ John Hay "Jock" Whitney (1904-1982): U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Publisher of the New York Herald Tribune. Descendant of Pilgrim William Bradford.

♦ Frances Perkins Wilson (born Fannie Coralie Perkins) (1880–1965): U.S. Secretary of Labor from 1933 to 1945, the longest serving in that position, and the first woman appointed to the U.S. Cabinet. Descendant of Pilgrim Richard and Elizabeth (Walker) Warren.

♦ General Leonard Wood (1860–1927): U.S. Army major general and Medal of Honor recipient Governor General of the Phillipines from 1921 to 1927 Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army from 1910 to 1914 Governor of Moro Province from 1903 to 1906 Governor General of Cuba from 1899 to 1902. Descendant of Pilgrim William White, Francis Cooke, Stephen Hopkins and Richard Warren. Governor General of the Mayflower Society from 1915 to 1921.

♦ Countess Mercy Lavinia Warren Bump (1841-1919): Wife of Tom Thumb. Descendant of Pilgrim John and Elinor Billington and Francis Billington.

♦ Julia Child (1912-2004): American Chef. Descendant of Pilgrims William Bradford and William and Mary Brewster.

♦ Frederick Edwin Church (1826-1900): American Painter. Descendant of Pilgrim William Bradford.

♦ Harry Lillis "Bing" Crosby (1903-1977): Actor, Singer. Descendant of Pilgrim William and Mary Brewster.

♦ George Robert "Bob" Crosby (1913-1993): Big Band Leader, Vocalist, Brother to Bing. Descendant of Pilgrim William and Mary Brewster.

♦Alonzo Hersford “Lon” Cushing, Lieutenant Colonel (1841-1863): Posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor in 2014, 151 years after his death at the Battle of Gettysburg, defending the Union position on Cemetery Ridge against Pickett's Charge. Descendant of Pilgrims John Alden, Francis Cooke, Edward Fuller, Stephen Hopkins, William Mullins, and Richard and Elizabeth (Walker) Warren.

♦ George Eastman (1854-1932): Inventor of the Kodak camera and roll film. Descendant of Pilgrim William Bradford.

♦ Clinton "Clint" Eastwood (1930– ): Actor, Director, Producer, Composer, Politician. Descendant of Pilgrim William Bradford.

♦ Richard Gere (1949–): Actor. Descendant of Pilgrims John and Elinor Billington and William and Mary Brewster.

♦ Charles Dana Gibson (1867-1944): American Graphic Artist, Creator of the Gibson Girl. Descendant of Pilgrim William Bradford.

♦ Hugh Hefner (1926-2017): Publisher, Founder of Playboy magazine. Descendant of Pilgrim William Bradford.

♦ Katharine Hepburn (1907-2003): Actress. Descendant of Pilgrim William and Mary Brewster.

♦ Ashley Tyley Ciminella Judd (1968- ): Actress. Descendant of Pilgrim William and Mary Brewster.

♦ John Lithgow (1945- ): Actor, Musician, Author. Descendant of Pilgrim William Bradford.

♦ George B. McClellan (1826-1885): Major-General, Commander of the Union Forces, Civil War. Descendant of Pilgrims William Bradford, and William and Mary Brewster.

♦ Marilyn Monroe (1926-1962): Actress, Model. Descendant of Pilgrim John and Prisiclla (Mullins) Alden.

♦ Grandma Moses (born Anna Mary Robertson) (1860–1961): Renowned American folk artist, having begun painting in earnest at the age of 78. Descendant of Pilgrim Francis Cooke.

♦ Christopher D'Oiler Reeve (1952-2004): Actor, Superman. Descendant of Pilgrim William Bradford.

♦ Eliphalet Remington (1793–1861): Founder of Remington Arms Company. Descendant of Pilgrim Edward Doty.

♦ Cokie Roberts (1943–2019): Journalist, Author. Descendant of Pilgrim William and Mary Brewster.

♦ Deborah Sampson (1760-1827): Woman who served in the Continental Army disguised as a man during the Revolutionary War. Descendant of Pilgrim William Bradford.

♦ Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr. (1926– ): Publisher of the New York Times (1963-1992). Descendant of Pilgrims John and Pricilla (Mullins) Alden and William Bradford.

♦ Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933): Artist and Designer. Descendant of Pilgrim Isaac Allerton.

♦ John Trumbull (1756-1843): American Painter. Descendant of Pilgrim John and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden.

♦ Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney (1899-1992): Producer, Writer. Descendant of Pilgrim William Bradford.

♦ Dick Van Dyke (1925– ): Actor, Comedian, Writer. Descendant of Pilgrim John and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden.

♦ Jerry Van Dyke (1931– ): Actor, Comedian. Descendant of Pilgrim John and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden.

♦ George Orson Welles (1915-1985): Actor, Director, Producer. Descendant of Pilgrim John and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden.

♦ Joanne Woodward (1930– ): Actress. Descendant of Pilgrim Isaac Allerton.

♦ William Cullen Bryant (1794-1878): Poet. Descendant of Pilgrim John and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden.

♦ Ina Donna Coolbrith (born Josephine Donna Smith) (1841–1928): American poet, writer, librarian, and a prominent figure in the San Francisco Bay Area literary community. Called the "Sweet Singer of California", she was the first California Poet Laureate and the first poet laureate of any American state. Descendant of Pilgrim Edward Fuller.

♦ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882): Poet. Descendant of Pilgrim John and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden.

♦ Archibald MacLeish (1892-1982): Poet, Writer. Descendant of Pilgrim William and Mary Brewster.

♦ Phillips Brooks (1835-1893): Episcopal clergyman, Rector of Boston's Trinity Church and briefly Bishop of Massachusetts, lyricist of "O Little Town of Bethlehem." Descendant of Pilgrims William and Mary Brewster, John and Elizabeth (Tilley) Howland, and John and Joan (Hurst) Tilley.

♦ Thomas Ruggles Pynchon, Jr. (1937– ): American Novelist. Descendant of Pilgrims William Bradford and William and Mary Brewster.

♦ Noah Webster (1758-1843): Lexicographer, Writer. Descendant of Pilgrim William Bradford.

♦ Marie-Chantal Miller (1968– ): Crown Princess of Greece, Princess of Denmark. Descendant of Pilgrim John and Priscilla (Mullins) Alden.


Dolley Madison

Dolley Madison (1768-1849) was an American first lady (1809-1817) and the wife of James Madison, the fourth president of the United States. One of Washington, D.C.’s most successful hostesses, Dolley Madison used her social skills, charm and personal popularity to win over her husband’s political opponents and help advance his career. Dolley Madison helped to define the role of first lady and established many of the precedents that her successors would follow, including working with local charities and organizations on social issues important to her and overseeing the decoration of the executive mansion to reflect the importance of the presidency. She is probably best remembered for saving the White House’s historic Gilbert Stuart portrait of George Washington from certain destruction by advancing British troops during the War of 1812.

Dolley Payne was born in the Quaker settlement of New Garden in Guilford County, North Carolina, and moved to a plantation in Virginia’s Hanover County at 10 months old. The eldest daughter of Mary Coles and John Payne, she learned such domestic skills as needlework, food storage and managing household help, receiving little formal education outside the home. After Payne emancipated his slaves in 1783 and brought the family to Philadelphia, Dolley was exposed to a cosmopolitan existence markedly different from her early years. However, she also experienced misfortune when her father’s business failures rendered him unable to pay his debts, leading to his expulsion from the Quakers and the onset of the emotional distress that contributed to his death in 1792.

Accommodating the wishes of her father, Dolley married lawyer and fellow Quaker John Todd Jr. in 1790. She gave birth to sons Payne in 1792 and William in 1793, but her domestic tranquility was interrupted that summer when a yellow fever epidemic swept through Philadelphia. Todd lingered in the city for too long to tend to business, a decision that proved fatal when he contracted the disease. Dolley had escaped to a suburban resort with their boys, but William also became infected and died on the same day as his father. Compounding the difficult situation, Dolley’s brother-in-law attempted to hoard the family estate, denying her the opportunity to attain the financial relief needed to get back on her feet.

While in Philadelphia for sessions of Congress, Virginia Representative James Madison came to notice the attractive young widow who lived near his boardinghouse. A shy man known more for his intellect than his charm, he asked New York Senator Aaron Burr to arrange an introduction. Dolley was initially taken aback by the interest of the “great little Madison,” but she came to appreciate his affection and the potential for security, and they were married on September 15, 1794. Subsequently expelled from the Quakers for marrying outside the sect, she discarded her plain clothing and began wearing the fashionable outfits that became an indelible part of her public image.

Madison’s appointment to secretary of state in 1801 marked the start of Dolley’s transformation into celebrated political wife and public servant. She served as the female co-host for the widower President Thomas Jefferson’s receptions, helping to mend any breaches in decorum that arose when dealing with foreign dignitaries. She also undertook the responsibility of leading fundraising efforts for Lewis and Clark’s exploration of the western wilderness. Although a woman’s involvement in political affairs was frowned upon, Dolley rallied support for her husband in the 1808 presidential race through her extensive networking. Her success prompted the opposition candidate Charles Pinckney to grumble, “I might have had a better chance had I faced Mr. Madison alone.”

A dazzling figure at the first presidential inauguration ball, Dolley displayed an enthusiasm for social affairs that proved useful to her husband’s administration and the continued development of the Union. She established the executive mansion as Washington, D.C.’s social center, her popular “squeezes” providing an environment in which political rivals could mingle outside of the heated floors of Congress. After the British razed the city in 1814, Dolley resumed hosting parties almost immediately after settling in a new residence, a show of determination believed to have helped convince her friends in Congress to vote down a plan to move the capital back to Philadelphia.

When finances started to dwindle, an increasingly frail Madison began preparing his presidential papers with the hope that their sale could provide Dolley with a reliable income. However, she was ill-prepared for the hardships that followed his death in 1836, a situation exacerbated by the misdeeds of her son. Having failed to find a suitable career, Payne borrowed extensively to fund his frivolous lifestyle, forcing Dolley to sell off the family properties to pay his debts. She was finally rescued from financial despair when Congress purchased part of Madison’s papers, setting the money in a trust to keep it out of Payne’s hands.

Dolley moved back to the capital permanently in 1844, marking the start of her golden years as the grand dame of Washington. Hailed as a living connection to the country’s founding fathers, she was awarded an honorary seat in Congress and invited to become the first private citizen to transmit a message via telegraph. She also remained closely connected to the public role she popularized by providing guidance to presidential wives Julia Tyler and Sarah Polk. When she passed away at age 81, she was eulogized by President Zachary Taylor as the country’s 𠇏irst lady,” believed to be the first known public reference to the term.

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  • NRA 4330 Francis family, millers, Lovington: deeds link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28623 Frome and Midsomer Norton Clerical Society link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28394 Frome Methodist Circuit link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42493 Frome Petty Sessions link to online catalogue
  • NRA 4329 Frome Selwood local history collection link to online catalogue
  • NRA 5299 Fuller-Acland-Hood family, Barons St Audries: family and Somerset estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 18406 Gardiner family of Bath: papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 14915 Gibbs family of Barrow Court: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 17803 Gibson & Weldon, solicitors, London: Somerset deeds link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40608 Glastonbury Rural Deanery link to online catalogue
  • NRA 17802 Glyn, Mills & Co: Somerset deeds link to online catalogue
  • NRA 41708 Godney Parish Council link to online catalogue
  • NRA 781 Gore-Langton family of Newton Park: estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 10261 Graham-Clarke family of Frocester Manor: Hestercombe and other estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 17801 Grant-Dalton of Cucklington: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40094 Graves-Knyfton family of Uphill: estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28081 Grenville family of Butleigh: deeds link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42921 Hall family of Cricket St Thomas: deeds and papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 9346 Halliday family of Chapel Cleeve: family and estate papers (various counties) link to online catalogue
  • NRA 18410 Harington family of Kelston: papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 41701 Harriet Fownes Luttrell Charity and Luttrell and Eld Charity, Dunster link to online catalogue
  • NRA 16987 Hartland collection incl deeds and papers of William Blathwayt, diplomat
  • NRA 42893 Hatch Beauchamp Baptist Church link to online catalogue
  • NRA 11895 Hawkesworth family of Stoke sub Hamdon: deeds and papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40201 Hebditch family, farmers, Kingsbury Episcopi link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28079 Henley family of Winsham: deeds and papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28627 Herbert family, Earls of Carnarvon: corresp and papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 4335 Hill family of Poundisford: estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 869 Hinton Priory estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 30838 Hippisley family of Ston Easton: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40221 Holcombe Parish Council link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28071 Hoskyns family of North Perrott: deeds and papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 12407 Howard family, Creech St Michael: estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28072 Arthur L Humphreys, editor and local historian: papers rel to Somerset link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40092 Ilchester Rural Deanery link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28073 Ilminster Grammar School link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40202 Ilminster Rural Deanery link to online catalogue
  • NRA 43088 Institution of Professional Civil Servants: Hydrographic Office branch, Taunton link to online catalogue
  • NRA 3945 Jolliffe family, Barons Hylton: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28386 William Arthur Jones, antiquary: papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 31183 Kemeys-Tynte family of Halswell and Cefn Mably: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42504 Kites, solicitors, Taunton link to online catalogue
  • NRA 5993 Langport Town Trust link to online catalogue
  • NRA 19295 Leman family of Chew Magna and Shepton Mallet and Gore family of Barrow Gurney deeds link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42503 Lethbridge family, baronets, of Sandhill Park: misc family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42494 Long Ashton Petty Sessions link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42487 Long Ashton United Reformed Church link to online catalogue
  • NRA 43142 Loxton Parish Council link to online catalogue
  • NRA 6670 Luttrell of Dunster Castle: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40195 Luxborough Post Office link to online catalogue
  • NRA 41711 Lynch Union Chapel, Winscombe link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40471 Malet family, baronets, of Wilbury: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40199 Manor Farm, Closworth link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40093 Martock Rural Deanery link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28388 Mary Street Unitarian Chapel, Taunton link to online catalogue
  • NRA 19294 Meade Eastment family of Drayton deeds and papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 29757 Mendip Hospital, Wells link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28075 Merchant Venturers of Bristol: Somerset estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 21219 St John Mildmay family, baronets of Dogmersfield Park, Hants: family and Somerset estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 43141 Nailsea Parish Council link to online catalogue
  • NRA 17799 Nantes & Wilde, solicitors: Knyfton of Uphill and other estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40622 Napper family of Tintinhull: deeds and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40204 National Association of Local Government Officers: Somerset branch link to online catalogue
  • NRA 41706 Nether Stowey Parish Council link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40198 H Nethercott & Sons, engineers and timber merchants, Washford link to online catalogue
  • NRA 43094 Newton family of Barton Grange: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40091 North Somerset Constituency Labour Party link to online catalogue
  • NRA 43140 North Somerset planning records link to online catalogue
  • NRA 41704 Norton St Philip Parish Council link to online catalogue
  • NRA 19552 Nunney deeds and papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40229 Nunney Parish Council link to online catalogue
  • NRA 12408 Osborne, Ward, Vassall & Abbot, solicitors, Bristol link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28065 Jeremiah Dewdney Parsons of Croscombe: deeds link to online catalogue
  • NRA 12411 Parsons-Peters family of South Petherton: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28396 Paul's Meeting Congregational Church, Taunton link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42499 Joan D Peden, county analyst: working papers and collected MSS rel to the history of Pitminster link to online catalogue
  • NRA 3823 Perceval family, Earls of Egmont: Enmore deeds, Somerset link to online catalogue
  • NRA 16738 Phelips of Montacute: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42922 Plucknett family of Holton: deeds and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40609 Plumley's and Wollen's Charities, East Harptree link to online catalogue
  • NRA 8999 Popham family estates (various counties) link to online catalogue
  • NRA 1400 Popham of Littlecote (Wilts) and Hunstrete: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40610 Port of Bridgwater link to online catalogue
  • NRA 31935 Portman family, Viscounts Portman: deeds and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28620 Poulett family, Earls Poulett: deeds and papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28397 Price Bros & Co Ltd, bed and mattress mfrs, Wellington link to online catalogue
  • NRA 19553 Rawle family of Porlock: deeds and papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 20951 Regimental Museums: survey of MS collections
  • NRA 42497 Regional Council for Further Education for the South West link to online catalogue
  • NRA 4337 Rider, Heaton, Meredith & Mills, solicitors, London: Somerset deeds and papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 95 Robertson Glasgow family of Hinton House: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 12406 Samborne family of Timsbury: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 31387 Sanford family of Nynehead: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40231 Second Poor's Charity, Corfe link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42896 Sedgemoor Petty Sessions link to online catalogue
  • NRA 41700 Shepton Mallet Natural History Society link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42492 Shepton Mallet Petty Sessions link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40095 Shepton Mallet Urban District Council link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28074 Smith family of Otterford: deeds and papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40611 Somerset and Avon Voluntary Emergency Services link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28398 Somerset Archaeological Society: MS collections link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40203 Somerset Beekeepers' Association: Taunton and District Division link to online catalogue
  • NRA 18564 Somerset Boards of Guardians
  • NRA 42496 Somerset co-operative societies link to online catalogue
  • NRA 32597 Somerset County Club link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40088 Somerset County Teachers Association link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40330 Somerset Incorporated Congregational Union link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28391 Somerset Industrial Archaeological Society link to online catalogue
  • NRA 29491 Somerset parishes
  • NRA 4320 Somerset Record Office: misc accessions
  • NRA 32659 Somerset schools
  • NRA 40614 Somerset Womens Institutes link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40197 Soroptimist International: Taunton Club link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42192 South Cheriton United Reformed Church link to online catalogue
  • NRA 41705 South Petherton Parish Council link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28395 South Petherton Wesleyan Methodist Circuit link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28382 South Western Gas Board: Somerset gas companies link to online catalogue
  • NRA 30467 Southwood and Mattock families of Lowton House: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 41707 Stogumber Parish Council link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40220 Stoke St Gregory Parish Council link to online catalogue
  • NRA 32598 Strachey family of Ashwick Grove: deeds and papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 8898 Strachey family, Barons Strachie: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 4321 John Strachey: corresp, papers and antiquarian collection link to online catalogue
  • NRA 14138 Stradling family of Chedzoy: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 65 Strangways of Shapwick: family and estate papers, incl Bull and Rolle families link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42522 Sydenham family of Combe: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40319 Alan Cecil Tarbat, schoolmaster and writer: corresp and papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40090 Taunton Amateur Operatic Society link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40089 Taunton and West Somerset Teachers Association link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28389 Taunton Borough link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28078 Taunton Constituency Labour Party link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42495 Taunton Deane Petty Sessions link to online catalogue
  • NRA 32599 Taunton Vale Foxhounds link to online catalogue
  • NRA 4331 Throckmorton family, baronets, of Coughton Court, Warwicks: Sampford Brett estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42500 James Timewell, plumber, Dunster link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40328 Tone Vale Hospital, Bishops Lydeard link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40633 Trevelyan family, baronets, of Nettlecombe: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40615 Trull Parish Lands Charity link to online catalogue
  • NRA 32596 TSB Bank plc: Somerset and Wiltshire branches
  • NRA 19293 Tucker & Forward, solicitors, Chard link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28619 Tudway of Wells: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 17800 Tyndale family of Bathford: deeds and papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40194 Ushers Wiltshire Brewery Ltd, Trowbridge link to online catalogue
  • NRA 14137 Vaughan-Lee of Dillington: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28621 Waldegrave family, Earls Waldegrave: estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 1218 Walker-Heneage family of Coker Court: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28068 Wambrook Farm deeds link to online catalogue
  • NRA 41296 William James Wedlake, archaeologist: corresp and papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42489 Wellington Baptist Church link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40232 Wellington Bible Society link to online catalogue
  • NRA 30625 Wells Blue School link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42897 Wells City and County Petty Sessions link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40196 Wells Conservative Association link to online catalogue
  • NRA 32957 Wells Constituency Labour Party link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28400 Wells dean and chapter: Manorial records link to online catalogue
  • NRA 710 Wells Museum collection link to online catalogue
  • NRA 30469 Wessex Water Authority: Somerset division link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40322 West Buckland Plymouth Brethren Chapel link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40233 Westley's Charity for widows and children of Clergymen of Somersetshire link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42490 Weston Area National Health Trust link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42488 Weston-super-Mare Free Church Women's Council Hostel for Women and Girls link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42491 Weston-super-Mare Petty Sessions link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28399 Weston-super-Mare Pier Co link to online catalogue
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  • NRA 43144 Williton Parish Council link to online catalogue
  • NRA 40096 Winsham Parish Council link to online catalogue
  • NRA 29758 Wroth Educational Charity, North Petherton: link to online catalogue
  • NRA 1199 Wyndham family of Orchard Wyndham: family and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 28080 Yarlington estate: deeds link to online catalogue
  • NRA 30839 Yeatman-Biggs family of Stockton, Wilts: Somerset deeds and estate papers link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42195 Yeovil and District Rail Action Group link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42895 Yeovil Congregational Church link to online catalogue
  • NRA 42894 Yeovil County Court link to online catalogue

Francis Payne: West Ham United - History

Ancestry of Barack Obama
compiled by William Addams Reitwiesner

The following material on the immediate ancestry of Barack Obama should not be considered either exhaustive or authoritative, but rather as a first draft.

Christopher Challender Child, Robert Battle, and Michael Hurdle contributed to this report. In addition, corrections were provided by Joe David Bellamy, Judy Barry Strangfeld, Gratia Dunham Mahoney, Fred Chalfant, P J Evans, James Quinn, James R. Kuttler, Brian Casto, Jay Webber, John M. Cogar, William Walling, Sven Indra, Loretta-Marie Dimond, Karen Helwig, Pat King, Marvin Wellborn, Tom Brown, Emily Holloway, Brian Valco, and Warren Forsythe.

William Addams Reitwiesner
[email protected]

Ancestry of Barack Obama
1 Barack Hussein Obama II, U.S. Senator from Illinois, U.S. President from 2009, b. Kapiolani Medical Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, 4 Aug. 1961,
m. at Trinity United Church of Christ, Chicago, 3 Oct. 1992
Michelle LaVaughn Robinson, b. Chicago 17 Jan. 1964, dau. of Frasier Robinson and of Marian Shields. Further details of her ancestry can be found here.
PARENTS
2 Barack Hussein Obama , Ph. D., b. Alego, Kenya [on the shores of Lake Victoria], . 1936, senior economist in the Kenyan Ministry of Finance, d. Nairobi, Kenya, . 1982, bur. Alego
m. Maui, Hawaii, 2 Feb. 1961, div. filed Honolulu, Hawaii Jan. 1964
3 S[tanley] Ann Dunham , b. Wichita, Kansas, 29 Nov. 1942, d. Straub Clinic, Honolulu, Hawaii, 7 Nov. 1995 [ SSDI 535-40-8522]
GRANDPARENTS
4 Onyango , later "Hussein Onyango Obama ", b. . [Luo-speaking village], Kenya, . 1895, d. . 1979, bur. Alego
m. . , sep. 1945
5 Akumu , b. . , d. .
6 Stanley Armour Dunham , salesman, b. Wichita, Kansas, 23 March 1918, d. Honolulu, Hawaii, 8 Feb. 1992 [ SSDI 514-03-4824], bur. Punchbowl National Cemetery, Honolulu, Hawaii
m. Eldorado, Kan., 4 May 1940
7 Madelyn Lee Payne , bank vice president, b. Peru, Kansas, 26 Oct. 1922, d. Honolulu, Hawaii, 2 Nov. 2008 [ SSDI 558-20-7458]
GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
8 Obama , b. . , d. . , bur. Kendu Bay, Kenya
m.
9 Nyaoke , b. . , d. .
12 Ralph Waldo Emerson Dunham , Sr., b. Argonia, Kansas, 24 Dec. 1894, d. Wichita, Kansas, 4 Oct. 1970 [ SSDI 510-14-2362]
m. Wichita, Kansas, 3 Oct. 1915
13 Ruth Lucille Armour , b. Plymouth, Ill., 1 Sept. 1900, d. [suicide] Topeka, Kansas, 26 Nov. 1926
14 Rolla Charles Payne , b. Olathe, Kansas, 23 Aug. 1892, d. Winfield, Kansas, 15 Oct. 1968 [ World War I Draft Registration ; SSDI 443-01-1898]
m. Independence, Kansas, 28 Dec. 1921
15 Leona B . McCurry , b. Peru, Kansas, 7 May 1897, d. Winfield, Kansas, 23 March 1968
GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
16 Opiyo , b. . , d. .
m.
17 . , b. . , d. .
24 Jacob William Dunham , b. Kempton, Ind., 7 Feb. 1863, d. Wichita, Kansas, 13 Aug. 1930
m. . 1 March 1887
25 Mary Ann Kearney , b. Tipton Co., Ind., 18 Sept. 1869, d. Wichita, Kansas, 9 Aug. 1936
26 Harry Ellington Armour , b. Quincy, Ill., 10 Jan. 1874, d. . 5 Dec. 1953
m. Lewis Co., Mo., 22 March 1899
27 Gabriella Clark , b. Laddonia, Mo., 10 June 1876, d. Wichita, Kansas, 14 July 1966
28 Charles Thomas Payne , b. . [probably Knox Co.], Mo., . June 1861, d. Kansas City, Kan., 14 Feb. 1940, bur. Lenexa Cemetery, Johnson Co., Kansas
m. Johnson Co., Kan., 14 Jan. 1889 [ IGI ]
29 Della L . Wolfley , b. . [probably Delaware Co.], Ohio, . May 1863, d. Lenexa, Kansas, 7 May 1906, bur. Lenexa Cemetery, Johnson Co., Kansas
30 Thomas Creekmore McCurry , b. . [probably Ozark Co.], Mo., . Jan. 1850, d. Peru, Kan., . 1939
m. Chautauqua Co., Kan., 13 March 1885
31 Margaret Belle Wright , b. Dry Fork, Carroll Co., Ark., 22 July 1869, d. Peru, Kan., 28 Nov. 1935
GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
32 Okoth , b. . , d. .
m.
33 . , b. . , d. .
48 Jacob Mackey Dunham , b. Berkeley Co., Va. [now W. Va.], 7 May 1824, d. Okmulgee Co., Oklahoma Territory, 12 June 1907
m. Tipton Co., Ind., 21 July 1853
49 Louise Eliza Stroup , b. Madison Co., Ohio, 8 Oct. 1837, d. Wellston, Oklahoma Territory, 26 Oct. 1901
50 Falmouth/Fulmoth Kearney , b. . , Ireland, . [ca. 1832] d. . [probably Tipton Co., Ind.], 21 March 1878
m.
51 Charlotte Holloway , b. New Holland, Ohio, . [ca. 1834], d. . [probably Tipton Co., Ind.], 11 Sept. 1877
52 George W . Armour , b. Duncan Falls, Muskingum Co., Ohio, . [ca. 1849], d. . 2 Sept. 1889, bur. Wyaconda Cemetery, Canton, Mo.
m. Canton, Mo., 12 Nov. 1871
53 Nancy Ann Childress , b. Clark Co., Mo., 10 Sept. 1848, d. St. Mary's Township, Hancock Co., Ill., 7 May 1924, bur. St. Mary Cemetery, Hancock Co.
54 Christopher Columbus Clark , b. Canton, Mo., 28 Dec. 1845, d. Eldorado, Kansas, 11 Jan. 1937
m. Nelson Co., Ky., 6 Jan. 1870
55 Susan Catherine Overall , b. Nelson Co., Ky., 8 June 1849, d. . 20 Feb. 1906, bur. Forest Grove Cemetery, Canton, Mo.
56 Benjamin F . Payne , b. . , Mo., 30 Apr. 1839, d. Knox Co., Mo., 15 Apr. 1878
m. Knox Co., Mo., 14 Feb. 1860
57 Eliza C . Black , b. Quincy, Adams Co., Ill., 3 Apr. 1837, d. Kansas City, Mo., . 1921
58 Robert Wolfley , b. . , Ohio, . 1834, d. . July 1895
m. Delaware Co., Ohio, 29 Sept. 1859 [ IGI ]
59 Rachel Abbott , b. Licking Co., Ohio, 19 Dec. 1835, d. Everett, Wash., 8 Feb. 1911
60 Harbin Wilburn McCurry , b. . , Ind., 11 March 1823, d. Center, Oklahoma Territory, 24 July 1899
m.
61 Elizabeth Edna Creekmore , b. . , Ill., 23 March 1827, d. Ada, Oklahoma Territory, 15 Jan. 1918
62 Joseph Samuel Wright , b. . , Ky., . 1819, d. Hale, Kan., 29 Apr. 1894
m. . [probably Overton Co.], Tenn., . 1855
63 Frances A . Allred , b. Overton Co., Tenn., 1 March 1834, d. Hale, Kan., 25 May 1918
GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
64 Obongo , b. . , d. .
m.
65 . , b. . , d. .
96 Jacob Dunham , b. Berkeley Co., Va. [now W. Va.], 1 June 1795, d. Tipton Co., Ind., 20 July 1865
m. Berkeley Co., Va. [now W. Va.], 21 Oct. 1819
97 Catherine Goodnight , bapt. St. Peter's Lutheran Church, North Wales Township, Montgomery Co., Pa., 18 Nov. 1792, d. Tipton, Ind., . [living 1870]
98 John A . Stroup , b. . , Ohio, 7 July 1814, d. Tipton Co., Ind., 12 Aug. 1851
m. Madison Co., Ohio, 26 Dec. 1835 [ IGI ]
99 Eliza Jane Clemmons , b. . , Va., . [ca. 1816], d. Tipton Co., Ind., 12 Feb. 1882
100 Joseph Kearney , shoemaker in Moneygall, co. Offaly, b. . [ca. 1794], d. . [probably Tipton Co., Ind.], 30 Oct. 1861
m. . [banns Killaloe, co. Offaly, . 1825]
101 Phoebe Donovan , b. . [ca. 1804], d. . 25 May 1876, bur. Compton Cemetery, Fayette Co., Ohio
102 Josiah Holloway , b. . , Del., . [ca. 28 Feb. 1804], d. Ross Co., Ohio, 5 March 1887 ae. 83y 5d, bur. Mallow Cemetery, Ross County, Ohio
m.
103 Martha ( Mallow ?), b. . , Ohio, 20 July 1810, d. Ross Co., Ohio, 30 Dec. 1888 ae. 78y 5m 10d, bur. Mallow Cemetery, Ross County, Ohio
104 William Armour , b. . , Pa., . [ca. 1812], d. . [living 1880]
m. Muskingum Co., Ohio, 17 Sept. 1848
105 Sarah Poland , b. Alleghany Co., Md., . March 1824, d. . [living 1880]
106 John Milton Childress , b. Falmouth, Pendleton Co., Ky., 18 Jan. 1816, d. Canton, Mo., 15 March 1866
m. Waterloo, Clark Co., Mo., 12 Sept. 1839
107 Nancy Conyers Childers , b. . , Ky., . 12 April 1823 d. Fairmount, Mo., 29 Sept. 1860
108 Thomas Clark , b. Bardstown, Ky., 28 Dec. 1812, d. Canton, Mo., 24 June 1892, bur. Mount Moriah Cemetery, Canton, Mo.
m.
109 Elizabeth Davis , b. Bardstown, Ky., 23 Sept. 1822, d. Canton, Mo., 1 Aug. 1900, bur. Mount Moriah Cemetery, Canton, Mo.
110 George Washington Overall , b. Bullitt Co., Ky., 4 July 1820, d. Nelson Co., Ky., 9 Jan. 1871
m. Nelson Co., Ky., 22 Dec. 1841
111 Louisiana Duvall , b. Nelson Co., Ky., 26 March 1826, d. Nelson Co., Ky., 18 Dec. 1855
112 Francis Thomas Payne , b. Monongalia Co., Va. [now W. Va.], 19 Aug. 1794, d. near Hannibal, Mo., 28 Nov. 1867
m. Bourbon Co., Ky., 2 Jan. 1822
113 Harriet Bowles , b. Bourbon Co., Ky., 11 April 1806, d. Marion Co., Mo., 27 May 1857
114 John S . Black , b. Bourbon Co., Ky., 9 Aug. 1805, d. Knox Co., Mo., 19 May 1870
m. Quincy, Ill., 12 Apr. 1832
115 Sarah Taylor , b. Bourbon Co., Ky., 18 July 1806, d. Hurdland, Knox Co., Mo., 26 Oct. 1892
116 George Wolfley , b. Dauphin Co., Pa., 8 July 1807, d. Delaware Co., Ohio, 27 Dec. 1879
m.
117 Nancy Perry , b. Radnor, Delaware Co., Ohio, 22 March 1812, d. Radnor, Delaware Co., Ohio, 24 Aug. 1894
118 Jonathan Abbott , b. . , Pa., . [ca. 1800], d. Licking Co., Ohio, . [ca. 1848]
m. Licking Co., Ohio, 13 Jan. 1828
119 Ada Wright , b. . , Md., . 1799, d. . , bur. Olathe Memorial Cemetery, Johnson Co., Kan., 10 April 1882
120 Edward McCurry , b. . , Ky., . 1790, d. . , Mo., . 1844
m. Barren Co., Ky., 16 Nov. 1815
121 Christine Wilson , b. . , d. .
122 Thomas Creekmore , b. . , d. .
m.
123 Mary Edna Ellis , b. . , d. .
124 Obediah C . Wright , b. . , N. C., 9 May 1787, d. Putnam, Tenn., 3 March 1876
m. Knox, Tenn., 30 April 1812
125 Malinda Jones , b. . , d. . [by 1860]
126 Samuel Thompson Allred , b. Overton Co., Tenn., 6 Oct. 1809, d. Carroll Co., Ark., 4 Nov. 1857
m. . [ca. 1828]
127 Anna Bunch , b. Overton Co., Tenn., 27 March 1814, d. Osage, Newton Co., Ark., 21 June 1893
GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
128 Otondi , b. . , d. .
m.
129 . , b. . , d. .
192 Samuel Dunham , b. Woodbridge, N. J., 11 May 1742, d. Berkeley Co., Va. [now W. Va.], 18 Feb. 1824
m. . 1775
193 Hannah [ Ruble ?], b. . [ca. 1758], d. Butler Co., Ohio, . [ca. 1826]
194 Samuel Goodnight , b. Germantown, Pa., . 1761, d. Fayette Co., Ohio, . [ca. 1839]
m. Montgomery Co., Pa., . [ca. 1785]
195 Magdalena Berkheimer , b. . [ca. 1764], d. . [after 1830]
196 William Stroup , b. . , Pa., 27 April 1785, d. Tipton Co., Ind., 3 Nov. 1863
m. Ross Co., Ohio, 31 Dec. 1809
197 Ann Thomas , b. . , Md., . [ca. 1790], d. Tipton Co., Ind., . 1868
200 William Kearney , b. . [bapt. Shinrone, co. Offaly, 24 Nov. 1762], d. .
m.
201 Margaret . , b. . , d. .
202 Fulmoth Donovan , of Ballygurteen, b. . , d. .
m.
203 Mary Benn , b. . , d. .
204 Armel Showell Holloway , b. Worcester Co., Md., 21 Oct. 1777 d. . 18 Feb. 1868, bur. McCallister Cemetery, Knox Co., Ill.
m. Worcester Co., Md., 17 Dec. 1798
205 Anna Maria Godfrey , b. . 15 Sept. 1780, d. Perry, Pickaway Co., Ohio, 5 June 1863
212 John P . Childress , b. Amherst Co., Va., 3 March 1787, d. Pendleton Co., Ky., . 1870
m. Bourbon Co., Ky., 18 Aug. 1810
213 Catherine Ament , b. . , d. . [by Aug. 1834 when he remarried]
214 Robert Childers , b. . , d. .
m.
215 Sarah A . Landrum , b. . , d. .
220 Robert Overall , b. . [ca. 1770], d. . [ca. 1835]
m. . 12 March 1801
221 Annie Browning , b. Culpeper Co., Va., . 1780, d. . [after 1830]
222 Gabriel Duvall , b. Annapolis, Md., 3 Oct. 1787, d. Nelson Co., Ky., 1 Aug. 1827
m. Nelson Co., Ky., 9 Aug. 1814
223 Mary Grable , b. . , Ky., 13 Oct. 1791, d. Nelson Co., Ky., 9 Aug. 1868
224 Jesse Payne , b. . [ca. 1757], d. .
m. . 12 Dec. 1782
225 Rebecca Crenshaw , b. . [ca. 1761], d. .
226 David Bowles , b. Goochland Co., Va., 26 Feb. 1776, d. Bourbon Co., Ky., 23 Nov. 1823
m. Woodford Co., Ky., 23 Dec. 1797
227 Elizabeth Martin , b. Goochland Co., Va., 28 Feb. 1774 d. Marion Co., Mo., .
228 John Black , b. . , d. .
m.
229 . , b. . , d. .
230 George Taylor , b. . 1787, d. . [after 1850]
m.
231 Mary Thomas , b. . 1787, d. . [ca. 1840]
232 Ludwig / Lewis Wolfley , b. . [probably Switzerland], 2 March 1766, d. Lancaster, Fairfield Co., Ohio, 26 Sept. 1822
m. York Co., Pa., 1 Oct. 1805
233 Anna Maria Toot , b. Adams Co., Pa., . [1786 or 1787], d. Delaware Co., Ohio, 23 Aug. 1841, bur. Radnor Cemetery, Radnor, Ohio
234 Robert Perry , b. Anglesey, Wales, 16 Sept. 1786, d. Radnor, Delaware Co., Ohio, 18 Sept. 1852, bur. Radnor Cemetery, Radnor, Ohio
m. Scioto, Delaware Co., Ohio, 8 June 1811
235 Sarah Ellen Hoskins , b. . , Va., 14 Nov. 1758, d. Radnor, Delaware Co., Ohio, . [27 March 1859 or 27 June 1870], bur. Radnor Cemetery, Radnor, Ohio
238 Abraham Wright , b. . , Pa., . 1755, d. Licking Co., Ohio, 23 March 1833
m.
239 Naomi . , b. . 1757, d. . [probably Licking Co., Ohio], 26 July 1823
240 John McCurry , b. . , d. .
m.
241 Lydia Williams , b. . , d. .
242 John Wilson , b. . , d. . Mo., . [ca. 1830]
m.
243 Ruth Welborn , b. Rowan Co., N. C., . [ca. 1774], d. Coffeen, Ill., . [after 1840]
252 John Allred , b. Randolph, N. C., 7 June 1772, d. Newton Co., Ark., 5 Nov. 1828
m.
253 Phoebe Thompson , b. . [probably Randolph, N. C.], . 1787, d. .
254 Nathaniel Bunch , b. Louisa Co., Va., 23 Apr. 1793, d. Dinsmore, Newton Co., Ark., 16 Feb. 1859
m. Overton Co., Tenn., 15 Nov. 1810
255 Sarah Wade Ray , b. . [probably Virginia], . 1793, d. Dinsmore, Newton Co., Ark., . 1874
GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
256 Ogelo , b. . , d. .
m.
257 . , b. . , d. .
384 Jonathan Dunham , b. Woodbridge, N. J., 7 Jan. 1709, d. Woodbridge, N. J., 21 Sept. 1748
m.
385 Mary Smith , b. . 27 Dec. 1717, d. Woodbridge, N. J., . 1791
388 Christian Gutknecht / Goodnight , tobacco preparer, b. Bischweiler 22 June 1722, emigrated to Philadelphia on the Christian arriving 13 Sept. 1749, d. Germantown, Pa., 26 Dec. 1795
m. Bischweiler 25 April 1746
389 Maria Magdalena Grünholtz , b. Bischweiler 25 April 1723, d. .
390 Leonhard Berkheimer , b. . , d. .
m.
391 Marie Kerger , b. . , d. .
392 John Stroup , b. . , d. Madison Co., Ohio, 4 Feb. 1832
m.
393 Mary Stehle , b. . , d. Madison Co., Ohio, 4 Nov. 1835
400 Joseph Kearney , b. . [ca. 1730], d. .
m.
401 Sarah Healey , b. . , d. .
408 Elijah Holloway , b. Worcester Co., Md., 11 March 1754, d. Ross Co., Ohio, . 1820
m.
409 Elizabeth Showell , b. . , d. .
424 (=428) Robert Childers , b. Amherst Co., Va., . [ca. 1762], d. . , Ky., . [ca. 1831]
m. Amherst Co., Va. 27 March 1783
425 (=429) Nancy Pryor , b. . [before 1765], d. Grant Co., Ky., . [1820-1822]
426 Phillip Ament , b. York Co., Pa., 1 Jan. 1755, d. Bourbon Co., 7 March 1836
m. York Co., Pa., 14 Sept. 1779
427 Maria Elisabeth Schmidt , b. York Co., Pa., . Oct. 1757, d. .
428 - 429 Same as 424 - 425, above.
430 John Landrum , b. Lunenburg Co., Va., 28 March 1772, d. Grant Co., Ky., . 1834
m.
431 Mary Collins , b. Orange Co., Va., . 1776, d. Grant Co., Va., . 1820
440 John Overall , b. . 1735, d. Bullitt Co., Ky., 16 March 1821
m.
441 Frances Whitledge , b. . , Va., 27 Oct. 1732, d. Bullitt Co., Ky., 5 Dec. 1816
442 James Browning , b. . [ca. 1745], d. . [probably Clark Co., Ky., ca. 1812]
m.
443 Susannah Hickman , b. Culpeper Co., Va., . [ca. 1745], d. Harrison Co., Ky., . [ca. 1815]
444 John Miles Duvall , b. . [ca. 1745], d. St. Mary's Co., Md., . 1787
m.
445 Anne Roselle Philomena Tarleton , b. . [ca. 1754], d. Nelson Co., Ky., 6 June 1823
452 Jesse Bowles , b. . , Va., . [ca. 1750], d. Bourbon Co., Ky., . 1820
m. Goochland Co., Va., 3 March 1773
453 Hannah Perkins , b. Goochland Co., Va., . [ca. 1756], d. .
454 Thomas Martin , b. . , d. .
m.
455 Susannah Walker , b. . , d. .
464 Johann Conrad Wolfley , b. . , Schweiz, 29 Jan. 1728, d. Middletown, Dauphin Co., Pa., 20 March 1794
m.
465 Anna Catherine Shockey , b. . , Schweiz, . 1738, d. Middletown, Dauphin Co., Pa., 30 June 1803
466 George Toot , b. . , Pa., 3 Aug. 1759 d. Middletown, Adams Co., Pa., 25 Jan. 1813
m. . [ca. 1782]
467 Mary . , b. . , Pa., 23 April 1756, d. Middletown, Adams Co., Pa., 7 May 1801
468 Henry Perry , b. . 1759, d. .
m.
469 Margaret . , b. . , d. Rafnor, Ohio, 15 Sept. 1831, bur. Radnor Cemetery, Radnor, Ohio
470 Richard Hoskins , b. . , Wales, . 1761, d. Radnor, Ohio, 29 March 1834
m.
471 Jane . , b. . 1762, d. Radnor, Ohio, 23 Jan. 1835
486 James Welborn , b. St. George's Parish, Baltimore [now Harford] Co., Md., 18 Aug. 1736, d. Barren Co., Ky., 11 Aug. 1811
m. Frederick Co., Va. [now Jefferson and Berkeley Cos., W. Va], . [ca. 1756]
487 Mary Isabel Teague , b. Frederick Co., Va. [now Jefferson and Berkeley Cos., W. Va], . 1742, d. Monroe Co., Ky., . [1820-1]
504 Solomon Allred , b. . [ca. 1734], d. . 1790
m.
505 Mary . , b. . [ca. 1737], d. . 1792
508 Charles Bunch , b. Louisa Co., Va., . 1765, d. . [probably Grainger Co., Tenn., after 1812]
m. Louisa Co., Va., 9 Jan. 1792
509 Mary Bellamy , b. Louisa Co., Va., . [ca. 1769], d. . [after 1797]
7/GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
512 Kisodhi , b. . , d. .
m.
513 . , b. . , d. .
768 Benjamin Dunham , b. Woodbridge, N. J., 22 Aug. 1681, d. Woodbridge, N. J., 31 Dec. 1715
m. . [ca. 1706]
769 Mary Rolph , b. Woodbridge, N. J., . 1681, d. .
770 Shubael Smith , b. New Castle, Del., 2 Jan. 1692, d. Woodbridge, N. J., 31 May 1769
m. . 1716
771 Prudence FitzRandolph , b. Woodbridge, N. J., 20 Aug. 1696, d. Woodbridge, N. J., 12 Sept. 1766
776 Hanß Gutknecht , b. Kerzers, Kt. Friburg, Switzerland, 18 Jan. 1691, d. Bischweiler 18 July 1762
m. Murten, Switzerland, 25 II 1717
777 Anna Barbara Kieffer , b. . 25 March 1688, bur. Bischweiler 4 March 1726
778 Johann Michael Grünholtz , b. Bischweiler 24 Dec. 1688, d. Bischweiler 25 March 1735
m.
779 Magdalena Mitscher , bapt. Bischweiler 8 May 1688 [ IGI ], d. .
784 Johann Philipp Straub , b. . , d. .
m.
785 Barbara . , b. . , d. .
786 Ulrich Stehle , b. . , d. .
m.
787 Anna . , b. . , d. Mifflin Co., Pa., . May 1793
800 Joseph Kearney , b. . [ca. 1698], d. . [bur. Shinrone, co. Offaly, 20 Jan. 1791]
m.
801 Cicerly . , b. . , d. . [bur. Shinrone, co. Offaly, 21 Nov. 1769]
816 John Holloway , b. . , Md., . [ca. 1710], d. . 1789
m. Worcester Co., Md., 27 Jan. 1732/3
817 Frances Bradford , b. . , d. .
848 (=856) Henry Childers , b. . , Va., . [ca. 1730], d. . , Ky., . [ca. 1809]
m. . [ca. 1755]
849 (=857) Susannah Goolsby , b. . , d. .
852 Philip Ament , b. . , d. .
m.
853 Susannah Margaret Forrisen , b. . , d. .
854 Jacob Schmidt , b. . , d. .
m.
855 Anna Maria Lambert , b. . , d. .
856 - 859 Same as 848 - 851, above.
860 Francis Landrum , b. . , d. .
m.
861 Sarah Wren , b. . , d. .
862 Edward Collins , b. . , d. .
m.
863 Mary Jones , b. . , d. .
880 John Overall , b. . , Va., . 1701, d. Prince William Co., Va., . 1743
m. St. Paul's, Prince William Co., Va., 8 Oct. 1722
881 Mary ( Elliott or Ellis ), b. . 1703, d. Prince William Co., Va., 24 July 1738
882 William Whitledge , b. . [ca. 1712], d. Prince William Co., Va., 5 Aug. 1782
m. King George Co., Va., 27 Oct. 1732
883 Frances Overall , b. . 22 Aug. 1716, d. . [after 1745]
Browning , b. Culpepper Co., Va., . 1728, d. . Dec. 1803
m. . 1744
885 Elizabeth Demarest , b. New Castle Co., Del., . 1728, d. . 1803
--> 886 James Hickman , b. Culpepper Co., Va., 3 March 1723/4, d. Clark Co., Ky., 16 Apr. 1816
m. Albemarle Co., Va., 14 March 1743/4
887 Hannah Lewis , b. Hanover Co., Va., 6 Oct. 1722, d. Clark Co., Ky., 4 June 1822
888 Jacob Duvall , b. Prince George's Co., Md., 19 Apr. 1715, d. . 7 March 1796
m. . 1740
889 Mary Miles , b. . 1719, d. .
890 James Tarleton , b. . , d. St. Mary's Co., Md., 10 Apr. 1756
m.
891 Ann Henning , b. . , d. .
904 David Bowles , b. Henrico Co., Va., . [ca. 1730], d. Cane Ridge, Bourbon Co., Ky., . 1806
m.
905 Sarah Hughes , b. . , d. .
906 Stephen Perkins , b. Henrico Co., Va., . 1717, d. Goochland Co., Va., . July 1772
m.
907 Mary Hughes , b. . , d. .
932 David Toot , b. . 19 Jan. 1727, d. Middletown, Lancaster Co., Pa., 15 Feb. 1792
m.
933 Catharine . , b. . , d. .
940 William Hoskins , b. . , Wales, . , d. Baltimore, Md., 19 Oct. 1784
m.
941 Ellen . , b. . , d. .
972 William Welborn , b. Baltimore [now Harford] Co., Md., 21 Jan. 1712/3, d. Rowan Co., N. C., . [after 1772]
m. St. George's Parish, Baltimore [now Harford] Co., Md., 21 Jan. 1731/2
973 Ann Crabtree , b. Kingsville, Baltimore [now Harford] Co., Md., 15 Jan. 1713/4 d. Rowan Co., N. C., . [after 1755]
974 Moses Teague , b. Cecil Co., Md., . [ca. 1718], d. Chatham Co., N. C., . [ca. 1799]
m. . [ca. 1738]
975 Elizabeth Loftin , b. Baltimore, Md., 1 Jan. 1714, d. . , Va., . 1759
Allred , b. Northumberland Co., Va., 16 May 1706, d. Randolph Co., N. C., 15 Sept. 1792
m. Stafford Co., Va., 11 June 1738
1009 Ann Hamilton , b. . 1710, d. .
--> 1016 Samuel Bunch , b. Hanover Co., Va., . 1726, d. Louisa Co., Va., . 1783
m.
1017 Mary Hudson , b. Hanover Co., Va., . 1726, d. . 31 Jan. 1792
1018 John Bellamy , b. Louisa Co., Va., . [ca. 1735], d. Louisa Co., Va., . 1815
m.
1019 Susan Roe , b. . [ca. 1738], d. .
8/GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
1024 Owiny , b. . , d. .
m.
1025 . , b. . , d. .
1536 Jonathan Singletary alias Dunham , b. Newbury, Mass., 17 Jan. 1639/40, d. Woodbridge, N. J., 6 Sept. 1724
m. . [ca. 1657]
1537 Mary Bloomfield , b. Newburyport, Mass., 5 Jan. 1642 d. Woodbridge, N. J., . 1708
1538 John Rolph , b. . , d. .
m.
1539 Mary Sculliard , b. . , d. .
1540 Samuel Smith , b. Barnstable, Mass., 20 Oct. 1644, d. Woodbridge, N. J., 15 Dec. 1719
m. Woodbridge, N. J., 8 June 1692
1541 Elizabeth Peirce , b. . , d. .
1542 Samuel FitzRandolph , b. . 1668, d. Woodbridge, N. J., 25 June 1754
m. Woodbridge, N. J., 8 June 1693
1543 Mary Jones , b. . , d. .
1552 Peter Gutknecht , b. . , d. .
m. . 9 Nov. 1688
1553 Barbara Baumann , b. . , d. .
1556 Bartholomew Grünholtz , b. . , d. .
m.
1557 . , b. . , d. .
1558 Daniel Mitscher , b. . , d. .
m.
1559 Catharina . , b. . , d. .
1632 John Holloway , b. . 1684, d. . 1773
m.
1633 Mary Gordy , b. . , d. .
1710 Jacob Matthias Lambert , b. . , Pfalz, . 1690 d. York Co., Pa., 16 March 1756
m. . [ca, 1714]
1711 Anna Rosina Rees , b. . 1695, d. York Co., Pa., 26 Aug. 1758
1712 - 1719 Same as 1696 - 1703, above.
1760 (=1766) William Overall , b. . [ca. 1680], d. King George Co., Va., 17 Jan. 1724/5
m. . [ca. 1700]
1761 (=1767) Mary Jones , b. . [ca. 1680], d. . [after 1743]
1764 Thomas Whitledge , b. . [ca. 1663], d. . [ca. 1731]
m.
1765 Sybil Harrison , b. . , d. .
1766 - 1767 same as 1760 - 1761, above
Browning , b. Essex Co., Va., . 1686, d. Essex Co., Va., 21 Jan. 1775
m.
1769 Elizabeth Lloyd , b. . 8 Jan. 1686, d. . [ca. 1740]
1770 Jan Demarest , b. Hackensack, N. J., 11 May 1701, d. New Castle Co., Del., . 1737
m. . 1725
1771 Alice Earle , b. Hackensack, N. J., 7 Dec. 1701, d. .
--> 1772 Edwin Hickman , b. . , d. .
m.
1773 Eleanor Elliott , b. . , d. .
1774 David Lewis , b. . , d. Albemarle Co., Va., 21 Oct. 1778
m.
1775 Anne Terrell , b. . 1692, d. . 1734
1776 Mareen Duvall , b. . , d. . June 1741
m. . 21 Oct. 1701
1777 Elizabeth Jacob , b. . , d. .
1780 James Tarleton , b. . , d. St. Mary's Co., Md., 25 Apr. 1735
m.
1781 . , b. . , d. .
1812 Constantine Perkins , b. Henrico Co., Va., . 1682, d. Goochland Co., Va., 3 Sept. 1767
m.
1813 Anne Pollard , b. . 1684, d. . [after 1754]
1944 Edward Wilbourne , b. . [ca. 1680], d. Baltimore [now Harford] Co., Md., . [after 24 June 1730]
m.
1945 Elizabeth ( Mitchell ?), b. . , d. .
1946 William Crabtree , b. Broughton, co. Yorks., 6 March 1682, d. Kingsville, Baltimore [now Harford] Co., Md., 10 Sept. 1756
m. Broughton, co. Yorks., 3 May 1703
1947 Jane Halstead , b. Midgby, co. Yorks., 6 June 1687, d. Baltimore [now Harford] Co., Md., 17 May 1759
1948 William Teague , b. Cecil Co., Md., . [ca. 1693], d. . [ca. 1775]
m. . [ca. 1714]
1949 Isabella Loftin , b. St. George's Parish, Baltimore [now Harford] Co., Md., 19 Dec. 1693, d. Rowan Co., N. C., . [ca. 1762]
1950 Thomas Loftin , b. . 25 Nov. 1691, d. Frederick Co., Va. [now Jefferson and Berkeley Cos., W. Va], . [before 12 Nov. 1751]
m.
1951 Elennor . , b. . , d. .
2032 John Bunch , b. New Kent Co., Va., . 1690, d. Hanover Co., Va., 14 March 1741/2
m.
2033 Rebecca Harrison , b. Louisa Co., Va., . 1699, d. Louisa Co., Va., 16 March 1770
2034 John Hudson , b. . 1692, d. Hanover Co., Va., 11 Apr. 1732
m.
2035 Elizabeth Harris , b. New Kent Co., Va., 2 Nov. 1698, d. . [ca. 1758]
2036 John Bellamy , b. . , d. .
m.
2037 Mary . , b. . , d. .
2038 William Roe , b. . , d. .
m.
2039 . , b. . , d. .
9/GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
2048 Sigoma , b. . , d. .
m.
2049 . , b. . , d. .
3072 Richard Singletary , b. . , d. .
m.
3073 . , b. . , d. .
3080 John Smith , b. . , d. Sandwich, Mass., 2 Oct. 1710
m. Barnstable, Mass., 13 June 1643
3081 Susannah Hinckley , b. . , d. Barnstable, Mass., 6 Nov. 1675
Pierce , b. . , d. Watertown, Mass., 24 March 1723
m.
3083 Elizabeth Shedd , b. . , d. .
--> 3084 Nathaniel FitzRandolph , b. Barnstable, Mass., 15 May 1642, d. Woodbridge, N. J., 21 Nov. 1713
m.
3085 Mary Holley , b. . , d. Woodbridge, N. J., 12 July 1703
3086 Jeffrey Jones , b. . , d. Elizabethtown, N. J., 21 Dec. 1717
m.
3087 . , b. . , d. .
3264 John Holloway , b. . , d. .
m.
3265 . , b. . , d. .
3266 Adrian Gordy , b. . , d. .
m.
3267 Mary Disharoone , b. . , d. .
3424 - 3439 Same as 3392 - 3407, above.
3520 (=3532) William Overall , b. . , d. .
m.
3521 (=3533) Jane Baldridge , b. . , d. Westmoreland Co., Va., 5 Apr. 1718
3522 (=3534) John Jones , b. . , d. . [will dated 10 Jan. 1701, probated Westmoreland Co., Va., 5 June 1713]
m.
3523 (=3535) Mary . , b. . , d. .
3530 Burr Harrison , b. . 1637, d. . 1697
m.
3531 Sarah Burdette , b. . , d. .
3532 - 3535 same as 3520 - 3523, above
Demarest , b. . , d. .
m.
3541 Debora Heyet , b. . , d. .
3542 Edward Earle , b. . , d. Secaucus, N. J., 18 Aug. 1713
m. . 13 Feb. 1688
3543 Elsie Vreeland , bapt. Bergen Co., N. J., 12 Nov. 1671, d. . 1704
--> 3544 Thomas Hickman , b. . , d. .
m.
3545 Martha Thacker , b. . , d. .
3550 William Terrell , b. . , d. .
m.
3551 Susan Waters , b. . , d. .
3552 Mareen Duvall , b. . , d. Anne Arundel Co., Md., . 1694
m.
3553 Susanna . , b. . , d. . 1692
3554 John Jacob , b. . , d. Anne Arundel Co., Md., 29 Oct. 1726
m.
3555 Ann Cheney , b. . , d. . Apr. 1730
3560 James Tarleton , b. . , d. St. Mary's Co., Md., . [by 1702]
m.
3561 Cassandra . , b. . , d. .
3892 Thomas Crabtree , b. . , d. .
m.
3893 Grace Moore , b. . , d. .
3894 James Halstead , b. . , d. .
m.
3895 Grace Courtney , b. . , d. .
3896 Edward ( Tegg or) Teague , b. . , d. Cecil Co., Md., 9 March 1696/7
m.
3897 Susan . , b. . , d. .
3898 (=3900) William Loftin , b. . , d. .
m.
3899 (=3901) Elizabeth Ives , b. . , d. .
3900 - 3901 Same as 3898 - 3899, above.
4064 John Bunch , b. New Kent Co., Va., . 1665, d. Henrico Co., Va., . 1729
m. . 16 Nov. 1691
4065 Temperance Bates , b. . , d. .
4068 William Hudson , b. . , d. Hanover Co., Va., 27 Nov. 1701
m.
4069 Elizabeth Jennings , b. . , d. .
4070 William Harris , b. . , d. .
m.
4071 Mary . , b. . , d. .
10/GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
4096 Miwiru , b. . , d. .
m.
4097 . , b. . , d. .
6162 Samuel Hinckley , b. . , d. Barnstable, Mass., 31 Oct. 1662
m. Hawkhurst, co. Kent, 17 May 1617
6163 Sarah Soole , b. . , d. Barnstable, Mass., 18 Aug. 1656
6168 Edward FitzRandolph , b. . [bapt. Sutton-in-Ashfield, Notts, 5 July 1607], d. Piscataway, N. J., . [ca. 1684/5]
m. Scituate, Mass., 10 May 1637
6169 Elizabeth Blossom , b. Leyden, Netherlands, . 1620, d. Piscataway, N. J., . [ca. 1713]
6170 Joseph Holley , b. . 1605, d. . 1647
m.
6171 Rose Allen , b. . , d. .
6848 - 6879 Same as 6784 - 6815, above.
7042 (=7066) James Baldridge , b. . , d. .
m.
7043 (=7067) Dorothy . , b. . , d. .
7064 - 7071 same as 7040 - 7047, above
Demarest , b. . 14 April 1645, d. Hackensack, N. J., 16 Oct. 1719
m. New York, N. Y., 9 Sept. 1668
7081 Jacomina de Ruyne , b. . 1652, d. Hackensack, N. J., 4 March 1692
7084 Edward Earle , b. . , d. Secaucus, N. J., 15 Dec. 1711
m.
7085 Hannah Baylis , b. . , d. Secaucus, N. J., . [ca. 1730]
7086 Enoch Vreeland , bapt. 20 Jan. 1647 d. . 17 Aug. 1717
m. New York, N. Y., 3 June 1670
7087 Dirckje Meyer , bapt. Amsterdam 24 Oct. 1649, d. Bergen, N. J., 5 Oct. 1688
--> 7088 Thomas Hickman , b. . , d. .
m.
7089 Mary Pascal , b. . , d. .
7090 Henry Thacker , b. . , d. .
m.
7091 Eltonhead Conway , b. . , d. .
7110 Richard Cheney , b. . , d. Anne Arundel Co., Md., 6 March 1684
m.
7111 Charity . , b. . , d. .
8128 John Bunch , b. . 1636, d. New Kent Co., Va., . 1700
m. . 1661
8129 Mary . , b. . 1640, d. .
11/GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
12336 - 12337 Discussed in Note 6168 (below)
12342 George Allen , b. . , d. . 1648
m.
12343 . , b. . , d. .
13696 - 13759 Same as 13568 - 13631, above.
14128 - 14143 same as 14080 - 14095, above
Demarest , b. . [ca. 1620], d. New Milford, N. J., 16 Oct. 1693
m. Middelburg, Zeeland, 24 July 1643
14161 Marie Sohier , b. . 1623, d. New Milford, N. J., . [ca. 1677]
14162 Simon de Ruyne , b. . 1615, d. Flushing, Long Island, N. Y., 12 June 1678
m. . 1639
14163 Magdalena van der Straaten , b. . , d. .
14170 John Baylis , b. . , d. .
m.
14171 . , b. . , d. .
14172 Michael Vreeland , b. . , d. New Amsterdam . 1663
m.
14173 Fytje Hermans, b. . , d. .
14174 Jan Meyer , b. . , d. . June 1700
m.
14175 Tryntje Grevenraedt , b. . , d. . Nov. 1677
--> 14182 Edwin Conway , b. . , d. .
m.
14183 Martha Eltonhead , b. . , d. .
12/GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
24672 - 24675 Discussed in Note 6168 (below)
27392 - 27519 Same as 27136 - 27263, above.
28256 - 28287 same as 28160 - 28191, above
28366 - 28367 Discussed in Note 14183 (below)
13/GREAT-GRANDPARENTS
Discussed in Note 6168 (below)
54784 - 55039 Same as 54272 - 54527, above.
56512 - 56575 same as 56320 - 56383, above
56732 - 56735 Discussed in Note 14183 (below)

EXTRACTS from the U.S. FEDERAL DECENNIAL CENSUS

In Dreams from my father , on p. 63, Mr. Obama describes how, while a schoolboy, he told his classmates the false story that his father was a prince, and his grandfather a king, of the Luo. Later, when, as an adult, Mr. Obama learns the true story of his father's Luo background (p. 394 et seq. ), he finds no African royalty. Mr. Obama appears to be unaware of his descent(s) from European royalty (see, for example, Note 6168 and Note 14183, below).

1 -- Barack Obama's original birth certificate, available on the Web at http://my.barackobama.com/page/invite/birthcert and through http://www.fightthesmears.com, gives his name as "Barack Hussein Obama II", not "Jr." That usage has been followed here. Dreams , p. 22.394 et seq. -->

4 -- For his ancestry, see Dreams , p. 394 et seq.

5 -- Mr. Obama's "grandmother", whom he visited at Nyangoma-Kogelo, Kenya, as recently as August 2006, is actually his step-grandmother, a different one of the several polygamous wives of his grandfather Onyango.

In Dreams , p. 13, Mr. Obama says that "a distant ancestor" of hers "had indeed been a full-blooded Cherokee". No evidence has been found to support this claim.

At the end of the 19th century, her paternal grandparents lived in the Chickasaw Nation in what is now Oklahoma, but in the census enumeration (see above) they are listed as "White", not as "Indian".

50 -- Falmouth Kearney (as Falmouth Carney) is on the passenger list of the "Marmion", out of Liverpool, 20 Mar 1850 (age 19, from Ireland, destination Ohio).

53 -- See http://www.childers-childress.com/spanningpart3.html and http://www.geocities.com/momdit2/childress.html. She married first [Lewis County, Mo., 11 Feb. 1868] James Osburn, second George W. Armour [number 52] and third [on Lewis Co., Mo., 21 Dec. 1897] James T. Turner. Turner had previously been married [Clark Co., Mo., 30 July 1861] to Nancy's sister Sarah Catharine Turner [b. 1844, d. 4 April 1897].

On 10 February 1877, James and Sarah joined the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (RLDS). Both James and Sarah remained members of the RLDS branch at Deloit, Mo., until their deaths (James died 13 May 1907). When James married Nancy in 1897, she too joined the RLDS, and remained a member of that church until her death.

The RLDS is now known as the Community of Christ, and is headquartered in Independence, Mo. It separated from the main LDS church (the Salt Lake City branch, the Mormons) in 1860 over doctrinal differences, but is still a member of the Latter Day Saints movement. Because Nancy Ann Childress Osburn Armour Turner [number 53] belonged to the RLDS, this makes Barack Obama the first US President with LDS ancestry.

54 -- For details of the Civil War service of Columbus Clark, see the 2 Feb 2008 posting by Loretta-Marie Dimond at http://genforum.genealogy.com/civilwar/messages/24532.html. My thanks to Jay Webber for the citation.

58 -- See The Edgerton (KS) Gazette , July 19, 1895, p. 4:

224 -- In February 1808, Jesse Payne, then residing in Monongalia County, Virginia [now West Virginia], conveyed to his children (including Francis Payne, number 112, above) twelve of his slaves (Old Vilet, Chany, Young Vilet, Nancy, Peggy, Little William, Moriah, Sarah, Caty, Susannah, Selah, and Isaac) in consideration of the 500 pounds advanced to him. See Record of the Monongalia Superior Court by Melba Zinn, page 14. My thanks to John M. Cogar for the citation.

388 -- The material on the Gutknecht ancestry was extracted from "Gutknecht in Germantown from Bischweiler in 1749 with notes on Grünholtz", Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine , vol. 44, pp. 37-42. My thanks to Brian Casto for this citation.

At the time the Gutknecht and Grünholtz families lived there, Bischweiler was a seat of one of the innumerable branches of the Palatine Counts (Pfalzgrafen). It is now called Bischwiller, and it is in the Bas-Rhin Department of France.

426 & 427 have other descendants, such as:

440 has other descendants, such as:

442 -- See http://genforum.genealogy.com/demarest/messages/505.html for clarification of the claimed parentage of James Browning.

504 -- See http://www.allredfamily.org/researchreportmarch2003solomon.htm. My thanks to James Quinn, who provided the link and copies of further Allred research.

776 & 777 have other descendants, such as:

1536 -- For some of the bizarre antics of Jonathan Singletary alias Dunham in the summer of 1683, see Diane Rapaport, "The strange case of Mary Rosse and her 'Enthusiastical Power'", New England Ancestors , vol. 6, nos. 5-6 [Holiday 2005], pp. 50-51, later reprinted in her book The Naked Quaker: True Crimes and Controversies from the Courts of Colonial New England [Beverly, Mass.: Commonwealth Editions, 2007], pp. 11-14.

1538 & 1539 have other descendants, such as:

1540 & 1541 have other descendants, such as:

1541 -- This Elizabeth Peirce was not a daughter of Daniel Pierce and Elizabeth Shedd. That Elizabeth Pierce married Isaac Mixer.

1772 & 1773 have other descendants, such as:

1776 & 1777 have other descendants, such as:

1780 & 1781 have other descendants, such as:

3072 & 3073 have other descendants, such as:

3080 & 3081 have other descendants, such as:

3084 & 3085 have other descendants, such as:

3266 has other descendants, such as:

3530 & 3531 have other descendants, such as:

3550 & 3551 have other descendants, such as:

3550 -- Several sites say that this William Terrell was a son of John Terrell and Martha Washington, and that Martha was a daughter of Lawrence Washington and Amphillis Twigden. Lawrence Washington has a Royal descent, and his daughter emigrated to Virginia, but she was married to Samuel Haywood (not John Terrell), and died without issue.

3552 & 3553 have other descendants, such as:

3552 has other descendants, such as:

3554 & 3555 have other descendants, such as:

6162 & 6163 have other descendants, such as:

6168 & 6169 have other descendants, such as:

6168 -- For some of the ancestry of Edward FitzRandolph, including his descent from William I "the Lion", King of Scots (d. 1214), see Gary Boyd Roberts, The Royal Descents of 600 immigrants [Baltimore: Genealogical, 2004], pp. 433-434. See also Frederick Lewis Weis, The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215 , Third edition [Baltimore: Genealogical, 1979], pp. 110-112, for the descent of Edward FitzRandolph from Roger Bigod, Earl of Norfolk (d. 1221), a Surety of the Magna Charta.

6170 & 6171 have other descendants, such as:

Date: Sat, 05 Apr 2008 23:24:35 -0500 I think there may be a problem with this segment from the Obama notes. Jean Demarest m. Jacomina de Ruyne .Magdalena Demarest m. James Christie |.Maria Christie m. Jacobus Post | .Jacobus Post m. Metje van Wagenen | .Jacobus Post m. Rachel Alyea | .Hannah Post m. John Hathorn | .Caroline Hathorn m. Judah Livesay | .Eliza Lamb Livesay m. Thomas Southworth | .Harry Southworth m. Harriet Fay Fox | .Dorothy Fay Southworth m. Woodward Maurice Ritter | .JOHNATHAN SOUTHWORTH RITTER (1948-2003), actor Maria Christie, dau of Magdalena Demarest was baptised in 1712 and is presumably not the person who married Jacobus Post in 1723. I have theorized Jacobus wife might be a daughter of Jan Christyn and Heelena Been based on her children's names though I seem to have have no hard evidence of her birth. In any case it seems Ritter was not a Demarest in that line. -->

7110 & 7111 have other descendants, such as:

7110 has other descendants, such as:

7110 -- Robert W. Barnes, in British roots of Maryland families [Baltimore: Genealogical, 1999], pp. 109-110, and vol. II [Baltimore: Genealogical, 2002], pp. 165-166, provides a speculative origin and ancestry for Richard Cheney.

12342 & 12343 have other descendants, such as:

14182 & 14183 have other descendants, such as:

14183 -- For some of the ancestry of Martha Eltonhead, including her descent from Edward I, King of England (d. 1307), see Gary Boyd Roberts, The Royal Descents of 600 immigrants [Baltimore: Genealogical, 2008], pp. 825-826, 314, and 361.

Martha Eltonhead's sister Alice has various descendants, including:

In Dreams from my father , Mr. Obama states, on p. 13: " . one of my great-great-grandfathers, Christopher Columbus Clark, had been a decorated Union soldier, his wife's mother was rumored to have been a second cousin of Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederacy". This statement is incorrect, as Christopher Columbus Clark [number 54, above] was Mr. Obama's great-great-great-grandfather, not his great-great-grandfather.

The rumored connection of Clark's wife's mother, Mrs. Louisiana Duvall Overall [number 111, above], to Jefferson Davis appears to be incorrect. Barbara Clark Rees , a descendant of Alpheus Clark, a brother of Christopher Columbus Clark, writes to say that the parents of Alpheus and Christopher Columbus Clark were Thomas Clark and Elizabeth Davis, and that the correct tradition is that the relationship to Jefferson Davis is through the mother, not the mother-in-law, of Christopher Columbus Clark.

None of Mr. Obama's ancestors lived under slavery in North America. The first of Mr. Obama's paternal ancestors to leave Kenya was Mr. Obama's own father, who left in the mid-20th century, about 100 years after slavery had been abolished in the United States.

Several of Mr. Obama's maternal ancestors owned slaves. Mr. Obama's slave-owning ancestors include George Washington Overall (number 110, above, husband of Mrs. Louisiana Duvall Overall and father-in-law of the Christopher Columbus Clark mentioned above) and Mrs. Mary Grable Duvall (number 223, above, mother of Mrs. Louisiana Duvall Overall and grandmother-in-law of Christopher Columbus Clark), both of whom are enumerated in the 1850 Federal Census as slave owners. George Washington Overall is also enumerated in the 1860 Federal Census as a slave owner. Other slave-owning ancestors of Mr. Obama include John P. Childress (or Childers, number 212, above), who was enumerated in the 1860 Federal Census as a slave owner. See the Extracts from the Federal Censuses, above, for details. See also Note 224, above.

On 4 March 2007, in a speech at the George C. Wallace Community College in Selma, Alabama, Mr. Obama acknowledged his mother's slave-owning ancestors, adding "That's no surprise. That's part of our tortured, tangled history." See http://www.nytimes.com/2007/03/05/us/politics/05selma.html.

The ethnic/national ancestry of Mr. Obama, as far as is currently known, can be shown as follows:

The values above are based on the following table. Note that as further information is obtained, the assignments below would likely be refined, and the corresponding values above would likely change.

Ethnic/National ancestry of Barack Obama
1. Barack Hussein Obama 2. Barack Hussein Obama Sr
Luo
50.0 %
3. Stanley Ann Dunham 6. Stanley Armour Dunham 12. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dunham 24. Jacob William Dunham 48. Jacob Mackey Dunham 96. Jacob Dunham
English
1.562 5 %
97. Catherine Goodnight 194. Samuel Goodnight 388. Christian Goodnight 776. Hanß Gutknecht
Swiss
0.195 312 5 %
777. Anna Barbara Kieffer
German
0.195 312 5 %
389. Maria Magdalena Grüholtz
German
0.390 625 %
195. Magdalena Berkheimer
German
0.781 25 %
49. Louisa Eliza Stroup 98. John Stroup 196. William Stroup
German
0.781 25 %
197. Ann Thomas
English
0.781 25 %
99. Eliza Jane Clemmons
English
1.562 5 %
25. Mary Ann Kearney 50. Falmouth Kearney
Irish
3.125 %
51. Charlotte Holloway
English
3.125 %
13. Ruth Lucille Armour 26. Harry Ellington Armour 52. George W Armour
Scottish
3.125 %
53. Nancy Ann Childress 106. John Milton Childress 212. John P Childress
English
0.781 25 %
213. Catherine Ament
German
0.781 25 %
107. Nancy Conyers
English
1.562 5 %
27. Gabriella Clark 54. Christopher Columbus Clark
English
3.125 %
55. Susan C Overall 110. Georg Washington Duvall 220. Robert Overall
English
0.781 25 %
221. Annie Browning 442. James Browning
English
0.390 625 %
443. Susannah Hickman
English
0.390 625 %
111. Louisiana Duvall 222. Gabriel Duvall 444. John Miles Duvall 888. Jacob Duvall 1776. Mareen Duvall
French
0.097 656 25 %
1777. Elizabeth Jacob
English
0.097 656 25 %
889. Mary Miles
English
0.195 312 5 %
445. Anne Roselle Philomena Tarleton
English
0.390 625 %
223. Mary Grable
English
0.781 25 %
7. Madelyn Lee Payne 14. Rolla Charles Payne 28. Charles T Payne 56. Benjamin F Payne
English
3.125 %
57. Eliza Black
English
3.125 %
29. Della Wolfley 58. Robert Wolfley 116. George Wolfley 232. Ludwig Wolfley
Swiss
0.781 25 %
233. Anna Maria Toot
German
0.781 25 %
117. Nancy Perry
Welsh
1.562 5 %
59. Rachel Abbott
English
3.125 %
15. Leona McCurry 30. Thomas Creekmore McCurry 60. Harbin Wilburn McCurry 120. Edward McCurry
Scottish
1.562 5 %
121. Christine Wilson 242. John Wilson
Irish
0.781 25 %
243. Ruth Wellborn
English
0.781 25 %
61. Elizabeth Edna Creekmore
English
3.125 %
31. Margaret Belle Wright 62. Joseph Samuel Wright
English
3.125 %
63. Frances A Allred
English
3.125 %

Note that in the above table, Sen. Obama is described as 50% Luo (on his father's side). Some places claim that he is instead 43.75% Arabic and 6.25% African Negro (on his father's side). All of these claims appear to trace back to Kenneth E. Lamb, specifically to his blog entry here.

In the blog entry, Mr. Lamb states that only one of Sen. Obama's great-great-grandparents on his father's side was an "ethnically African Negro", while the other great-great-grandparents on his father's side were "ethnically Arabic". In other words, only one of Sen. Obama's ancestors between numbers 16 and 23 (inclusive) was an African Negro (specifically between numbers 20 and 23, because Mr. Lamb states that it was one of Sen. Obama's father's maternal great-grandparents who was the Negro), while his other ancestors between numbers 16 and 23 (inclusive) were "Arabic".

How Mr. Lamb was able to ascertain this is a mystery. Sen. Obama's, great-aunt, when describing their patrilineal ancestry (as reported by Sen. Obama in Dreams from my father , p. 394), says that "[t]he women who bore them, their names are forgotten, for that was the way of our people." Yet Mr. Lamb appears to claim that the names, the ancestry, and the ethnicity, of these women have been retrieved.

In any case, Mr. Lamb has not published his evidence, either in his blog entry or anywhere else, so it has been impossible to evaluate the basis for Mr. Lamb's claim. For this reason, the description of Sen. Obama as 50% Luo (on his father's side) has been retained.

One of the more entertaining crackpot ideas about Barack Obama is that he was born in Kenya, and that as a result he is ineligible to become President of the United States. It's true, Barack Obama was born in Kenya. He is ineligible to become President of the United States not only because of his Kenyan birth, but because he's been dead since 1982. It's his son, a different Barack Obama, who was born in Honolulu in 1961 and who was legitimately elected President of the United States in 2008.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) publishes a Patriot Index , a list of persons whose honorable service in the cause of independence during the American Revolution renders their female descendants eligible for membership in the NSDAR. Several ancestors of Barack Obama appear in the Patriot Index , including:


Phillip Ament (number 426)
David Bowles (number 904)
James Browning (number 442)
John Miles Duvall (number 444)
Samuel Goodnight (number 194)
James Hickman (number 886)
Elijah Holloway (number 408)
Thomas Martin (number 454)
John Overall (number 440)
Moses Teague (number 974)
David Toot (number 932)
George Toot (number 466)
James Wellborn (number 486)
John Conrad Wolfley (number 464)

While Mr. Obama is not eligible for membership in the NSDAR (by not being female), he is eligible for membership in the equivalent organization for men, the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution.

SOURCES CONSULTED AND CITED

Dreams -- Barack Obama, Dreams from my father [New York: Three Rivers, 2004]


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