This journal is dedicated to my daughter, Melissa. This journal will contain information on her father's side of the family.
Grandfather - Junior Lee Medders
Grandmother - Doris Dubberly Medders
Children: Michael Edwin (Melissa's dad), Kenneth, Ricky, Kevin, and Vikki.
Melissa Marie Medders, daughter of Michael Edwin Medders & Melinda Hawkins Medders
Francis Marion Medders of Bacon, Co. Alma, Ga
Della Becky Lou Taylor of Coffee Co. Nichols, Ga
Ella Bell Sheffield of Wayne Co., Scriven, Odom Ga
Flornoy Marting Dubberly of Appling Co., Glenville, Ga
Meader, Medur - Alexander le Meder (1180), le Medier (1200 Oseney), Medarius (1188 P (Bk)), Thomas Meder 1332 SRSr
A Derivative of OE meodu "mead", Latin medarius "a maker or seller of mead, c.f. John Medemaker 1332 MESO (N.F>) or dweller by the mead
Godwin Ladubur 1168
Salamon Leadubur 1204
William le Dubbere 1220
Paganus le Dubbour 1226
Bardsley notes that the company of Dubbers of York and suggests that they embellished dresses with gold lace, et.
Halliwell suggests they were trimmers or binders of books
OFr adubeour, adubur "repairer"
renovator of old clothes, perhaps also used of a polisher of arms or harness
ME dubber "fripperer"
Marriages of Old Rappahannock & Essex Co, Va
1758 Elizabeth dau of Thomas, m. Benjamin Allen
1758 Frances m ? Bell
1828, 1/1 Frances m. George Gordan
1677 John m. Elizabeth dau of Richard White
1811, 5/23 Nancy m. John Greestreet
1758 Rachel dau of Thomas, m. Ambrose Armstrong
1807 Richard m. Mary dau of Richard Burke
1758 William m. Frances dau Mary Phitzsimmons
Martin Sheffield - Early Va James River
Susanna Dublere, 1606 married John Bland
Susanna Dublere, who was born in Hamburg 1590 & died 1 Feb 1664/5
Lord Sheffield mentioned in will of William Crashawe 1621
Margaret Shefield of Rowell, will of John Kerbie April 1602
Ambrose Meador, July 13 1636 Thomas Davis sold 50 acres in Henrico, Va Warwick Squeicke Creek & to John White
John Meddowes, witness will of George Kerbye
Lew Meddows recieved 10 pounds from Zacharie Kyrbie will 1585
data from??? Edward M. Dubberly & wife
Medders -- The Saga Of A Family
The Descendants of Reuben Medders and Anna Springer
Author: Stan Medders
E-mail for ordering information.
640 pages, 6 x 9", hardcover, acid-free paper, illustrated, indexed
This book spans as many as nine generations and covers more than 5,000 of the descendants of Reuben Medders & Anna Springer. Reuben first appears in Warren County, GA in 1793. His wife is listed in records in Twiggs County, GA.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Chapter I -- Introduction
Chapter II -- Reuben Medders and Anna Springer
Chapter III -- Origins
Chapter IV -- Job Medders and his Descendants
Chapter V -- Ambrose Medders and his Descendants
Chapter VI -- William Medders and his Descendants
Chapter VII -- Nancy Medders and her Descendants
Chapter VIII -- Telithacuma Medders and her Descendants
Chapter IX -- James B Medders and his Descendants
Chapter X -- Keziah Medders and her Descendants
Chapter XI -- Ann Medders and her Descendants
Chapter XII -- My Life and Family
Other families are: Abernathy, Allen, Avery, Bailey, Baker, Belcher, Bigham, Blake, Bohannon, boyd, Braddy, Bradley, Bright, Brooks, Brown, Burdette, Burson, Caffee, Childers, Clabo, Collier, Cooke, Cooper, Cuneo, Cupp, Davidson, Davis, Deerman, Delassus, Diffey, Dobson, Dozier, Duren, Earnest, Edmonds, Edwards, Elam, Farley, Faulkner, Ferguson, Foster, Fountain, Franks, Gilbert, Glover, Graham, Grant, Green, Hall, Hallmon, Harmon, Hatter, Hayes, Holland, Hollis, Hooker, Hooper, Horton, Hubbard, Hughes, Hutchison, Ingle, Jackson, Jennett, Johnson, Jones, Kelley, Kelsey, Kimbrell, King, Kornegay, Lester, Lewis, Long, Lucas, Marchant, McCool, McDougal, McGhee, McMinn, Meador, Medders, Melton, Minium, Morgan, Murphy, Nabors, Nail, Nason, Nelson, Oswalt, Pabst, Painter, Patton, Peacock, Pendley, Pinnix, Putnam, Ragland, Ray, Reach, Rich, Roeder, Rushing, Ryle, Saltzman, Schaedel, Scruggs, Seales, Short, Shuttlesworth, Skelton, Springer, Stamps, Steadman, Stefanik, Sutherland, Swindle, Tatum, Tedder, Thurmond, Tidwell, Tucker, Vick, Wade, Walley, Watson, Webb, Whitaker, Wiggins, Wilder, Williams, Wolfe, Yeager, and more.
Carter, Sellers, Medders, Norton, and Davis Families of Wiregrass Georgia
Palmetto West Cemetary
Medders, Aaron Leo 8-24-1917 to ???
Medders, Lucille (Kell) ? 9-17-1917 -
Medders, Pearl (stillborn/10-02-1968
died July 24 1941 married Ella Medders from Appling ... Gfather John A.is buried in bacon county .they ... Her parents were Francis Marion Peacock and Martha L. Jarrett ...
Obituaries : Obituaries for July 23, 1998 07/23/98He was born in Bacon County, Ga., and lived in Jacksonville since 1941. ... three sisters, Jeannine Lee, Billie Medders and Lataine Thyng, all of Alma, Ga.;
The Medders Family tree
“The Douberly-Dubberly Paper Trail in America 1696-1999,” by Frank L. Perry, Jr., EdD. This book goes into detail not only regarding the Douberly family, but also some collateral lines of the Douberly’s like Youmans, Dean, Stanfield, Strickland, Floyd, etc. as well as giving a history lesson of what was going on to bring the Douberly family to America
Dubberly family tree
Worcester County, Maryland Orphans Court Records
Prepared by Suzanne B. Hurley for the Ocean City Museum Society
110. Peter Dubberly son of John Dubberly, to Robert Merrill to learn the lathing business.
One old log house 16 feet square also 40 small apple trees, ... Peter Dubberly
son of John Dubberly, to Robert Merrill to learn the lathing business
I descend from John "Boss" Lynn (1794-aft 1880), who was the son-in-law of John Dubberly, who appears in St. Peters Parish in the 1800 and 1810 censuses in Beaufort District, SC. In 1820, both John Lynn and John Dubberly appear in Tattnall Co, GA census as next door neighbors. A Joseph Linn (M26-45) appears as head of a family in the 1800 Beaufort District, SC census, page 094. Could this be a relative of my John Lynn? Let me hear from you if you have any info to share on the LYNN family of Beaufort Co, SC and Tattnall Co, GA. 1 April 2001
JESUP CITY CEMETERY
Ella S. Oct. 30, 1907 Feb. 14, 1997
Flornoy M. Dec. 25, 1904 Jan. 18, 1970
John Hussey (H6/1.1), son of Edward Hussey (H7/1.1) and Elizabeth Hussey, was born 1755-74 in South Carolina, according to Lina Clare Isanhour, a descendant and certified genealogist of Smyrna, Georgia.
He was married about 1798 probably in the area which later became Chester County, South Carolina to Barbara Sheffield (S6/1.2), daughter of Arthur Sheffield (S7/1.1) and Lucretia Hogan Sheffield (H7/1.10, according to Isanhour research. Barbara Sheffield (S6/1.2) was born in 1779 in South Carolina. It is reported that a sister of Barbara Sheffield (S6/1.2) was married second to a Hussey, thought to be a relative of John Hussey (H6/1.1). This couple remained in South Carolina.
Descendants of Alec Sheffield
Sheffield Deeds, Early Co. Georgia
From Frank Perry
found several Dubberlys living in Appling Co. and Wayne Co. GA.
Got to be related to Flornoy and Doris Dubberly.
Walter L. Dubberly, b. 1875
Herschel Alonzo “Lonnie” Dubberly, b. 1877.
Taft Addison “Bud” Dubberly, b. 1890.
Manning “Mannie” “Bud” Jasper Dubberly, b. 1859, Glennville, Tattnall Co., but moved to Appling Co. d/ 1933. Surrency.
Jesse Thomas Dubberly, b. 1892.
William Marvin Dubberly, b. 1895.
Theodore “Theo” Marshall Dubberly, b. 1807, Baxley, GA.
Jasper Eugene Dubberly, b. 1903.
Flavel Ansley “Fogarty” “Foggie” Dubberly, b. 1909.
Incidentally, we traced Dubberlys back to French Protestant Huguenots named D’Oublet.
They fled to Protestant England when persecuted by Roman Catholics in France.
James Duberly learned tailoring from father, George, and secured contract from Crown to make British uniforms in his textile mills.
He owned 5 mansions across England and made uniforms for Brits who fought American colonies in American Revolution.
We have a drawing documenting one of his mansions.
Capt. Henry Duberly, paymaster, British Army, sailed 1854 with wife Frances Locke on troop ship to war in Russian Crimea.
Frances sat on a horse on a hill with British Officers watching the Charge of the Light Brigade in the valley below.
We have a copy of her journal/book and photographs.
Lived there about 100 years, but some migrated to Talbot Co., MD and Accomack Co., VA before 1696 from English village Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire.
located on Wye River bordering Wales. My wife’s sister & her husband visited Ross in 2003. They found
Dubberleys listed in phone book.
We found the name spelled variously, D’Oublet, Duberly, Dubberly, Dubberley, Douberly, Douberley, and Doubrley.
There was no compulsory schooling so people spelled it the way it sounded to them. All are related!