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RE - HODGE FAMILIES - Tennessee -( gmulvaney ) 2/9/2011

could this be part of the ancestry you are looking ??? Father & Mother

Historical Records

1-20 of 53 results for >Name: william fayette hodge, Event: Birth, Place: tennessee, united states, Year: 1904-1914

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Fayette Hodge

United States Census, 1920


birth: 1909 Tennessee
residence: 1920 , Bell, Kentucky
parents: James Hodge, Dora Hodge

record title: United States Census, 1920
name: Fayette Hodge
residence: , Bell, Kentucky
estimated birth year: 1909
age: 11
birthplace: Tennessee
relationship to head of household: Son
gender: Male
race: White
marital status: Single
father's birthplace: Virginia
mother's birthplace: Tennessee

Till we meet again - Regards - edmondsallan

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WILLIAM DE BOHUN - Essex - 1312 -- 1360 ( Historical Ancestry )

William De Bohun
(1312-1360)
Earl of Northampton
Born: 1312
Died: 16th September 1360



Illustrious birth, eminent abilities and undaunted prowess were qualities signally united by William De Bohun. He was the fifth son of Humphrey De Bohun, 4th Earl of Hereford & Essex, Constable of England, by the Princess Elizabeth, seventh daughter of King Edward I. Having mainly assisted in the overthrow of the rebel Mortimer, and given other proofs of courage and loyalty, he was, on the occasion of conferring the Dukedom of Cornwall upon the Black Prince, in 1337, created Earl of Northampton and endowed with extensive grants for the support of that dignity. In the same year, he was appointed one of the commissioners to treat with Philip of Valois, touching the right to the French Crown, and also to negotiate a peace with David Bruce. He was one of the marshals in the third battalia of King Edward III's army, drawn up at Vironfosse in 1339, and, in the following year, bore a part in the naval victory of Sluys. In 1342, William was constituted the King's Leutenant and Captain-General in Brittany, with power to receive fealty and homage from the inhabitants on behalf of his master under his assumed title as King of France. Whilst upon that high service, he defeated the enemy at Morlaix and took the town of Roch-Dirien by assault. In 1343, he was in the expedition of the Earl of Lancaster into Scotland and was appointed Governor of Lochmaben Castle; and, in the same year, was again in Brittany. In 1346, he had the chief command of the second division of the army at the Battle of Crcy. In 1347, he is particularly mentioned by the King in his letter to the Archbishop of York, detailing the events before Calais. He was again actively employed, in 1348, beyond the sea. He was elected to the Most Noble Order of the Garter after September 1349 and succeeded to the choir stall of his nephew, Sir Hugh Courtenay, at St. George's Chapel, Windsor. According to the custom upon the admission of the early knights of that order, he executed a deed of gift, dated London, 4th May following, of the advowson of Dadington to the canons of the said chapel.

The public records attest the constant employment of this earl in military and diplomatic transactions of the highest importance down to the period of his death, which happened on the 16th September 1360. His remains were interred in the Abbey of Walden (Essex), on the north side of the presbytery.

The Earl of Northampton married Elizabeth (who died in 1356), widow of Edmund, Lord Mortimer, and sister & co-heiress of Giles, Lord Badlesmere, by whom he left issue, Humphrey, heir to his dignity, and, upon the decease of the latter's uncle, also Earl of Hereford & Essex.

source:Edited from George Frederick Beltz's
"Memorials of the Most Noble Order of the Garter" (1861).

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MILES STAPLETON - ( Died - 1314 ) Historical Ancestry

Miles Stapleton
(Died 1314)
Lord Stapleton
Died: 24th June 1314

Miles Stapleton was the son of Nicholas De Stapleton III and his wife, Margaret Basset. Nicholas belonged to a Richmondshire family that took its name from the township of Stapleton, on the south bank of the Tees, about two miles south-west of Darlington, in which it possessed a small estate. The first member of the family to attain any position was Nicholas De Stapleton I, who was Custos of Middleham Castle in the reign of King John and was the father of Nicholas De Stapleton II, the father of the first-mentioned Nicholas III. Nicholas III served as a Judge of the King's Bench between 1272 and 1290, held sixteen caracates of land scattered throughout Yorkshire, besides some Berkshire lands that he obtained from his wife, and died in 1290.

Miles de Stapleton was the eldest surviving son and, at his father's death, was already married to Sybil (also called Isabel), daughter and co-heiress to John De Bellew. Through her mother, Laderana, Sybil inherited a share of the possessions of the elder line of the Bruces, which were divided among four sisters and co-heiresses at the death of her uncle, Peter De Bruce of Skelton, in 1271. In memory of this connection with such a great house, Miles De Stapleton assumed the lion rampant of the Bruces as his arms. Miles served in the Gascon and Scottish Wars of King Edward I. In 1291, he was engaged on the King's business, under Roger De Mowbray, in Scotland. In 1295, he was in Gascony. In 1298, he was in the Falkirk Campaign, serving under his patron, Henry De Lacy, 3rd Earl of Lincoln. In 1300, he was summoned to the Siege of Carlaverock, but he was not mentioned in the famous French poem on the siege. In the same year, he accompanied the Earl of Lincoln on a mission to the Court of Rome, receiving, on 9th October, letters of protection for one year. Miles was entrusted by the King with the direction of the household of Edward, Prince of Wales. He served in the Siege of Stirling, in attendance on the Prince and, in October 1305, when the Earl of Lincoln wished to appoint Stapleton to manage his household during his absence at the Papal Court, the Prince informed the Earl that he had no power to give Stapleton leave to hold this post without the express command of the King. Stapleton was one of the experienced men of affairs to whom Edward I entrusted the difficult task of bringing up his son in businesslike and soldierly ways. Meanwhile, his estates and influence in Yorkshire were steadily increasing. The betrothal of his eldest son to a daughter of John of Brittany, Earl of Richmond, and a grand-niece of the King, and his second son's betrothal to one of the daughters of Brian FitzAlan, Lord of Bedale, connected him with two branches of the greatest family of his district, and increased the importance of the house. After the death of Edmund of Cornwall had led to the lapse of his vast property to the Crown, Edward I made Stapleton Seneschal of Knaresborough Castle and Steward and joint Constable of Knaresborough Forest. In 1305, he was, jointly with John De Byron, appointed commissioner to suppress the clubmen or trail-bastons of Lancashire, but they were shortly afterwards superseded.

With Edward II's accession, Stapleton's importance was, for the moment, increased. He became Steward to the King's Household and went abroad, in January 1308, on the occasion of the King's marriage at Boulogne. In a few months, however, he lost his stewardship and was forced to surrender the Royal Manor of Brustwick in Holderness, of which he had had custody, to Gaveston. In 1311, he was summoned to serve against the Scots. His losses, in the interests of the Gascon favourite, made Stapleton hostile to his old master, Edward, and attached him to Earl Thomas of Lancaster. He was, in October 1313, included, with his wife and three sons, in a long list of adherents of Lancaster who were then pardoned for the murder of Gaveston. Previous to this, however, he had received back the custody of Brustwick and, in the same year, he was thrice summoned as a Baron to Parliament. In 1314, he obeyed the summons to muster for the relief of Stirling. However, on 24th June, he was slain, along with two of his sons, at the Battle of Bannockburn.

By his first wife, Sybil, Stapleton left several children. The eldest, Nicholas, born in 1286, was also summoned to Parliament and died in 1343. His son and successor, Miles, died in 1372. Miles's only son, Thomas, died in 1373, whereupon the Barony fell into abeyance and the estates of the elder branch passed to his sister Elizabeth and remained with the Metham family, her husband's kin. A younger son of Miles and Sybil, Gilbert (died 1321), became Royal Escheator beyond Trent and, by his wife, Agnes, daughter of Brian FitzAlan, Lord of Bedale, was the father of Sir Miles (died 1364) and Brian De Stapleton (died 1394). After Sybil's death, Stapleton married, as his second wife, Joan (wrongly called Cecily), daughter of Peter De Tynedale, who survived him. By her, he had a daughter named Joan.

Among Stapleton's pious benefactions, the most important was the establishment of a chapel dedicated to St. Nicholas in North Moreton Church, near Wallingford, in Berkshire, where he had an outlying estate. This building, described as a "gem of decorated architecture," still survives, with the contemporary stained glass in the east window. The license to alienate lands in mortmain to endow two chaplains to celebrate divine service in the chapel is dated 28th March 1299.

source:Edited from Leslie Stephens & Sidney Lee's "Dictionary of National Biography" (1891).

RE - where did the name " EVERSHED " originate from ( stormluv ) 30/8/2011

I don't know about Zimbawe and the " Evershed " ancestral name . My other research to assist you is mostly Documentation ( only 90 % )proven so be careful in looking at this copied & pasted journal with a sample page for you to peruse . Their is also a couple of other examples - Hope it may assist you . It is as follows

" EVERSHED " - early origins I believe started in Normandy - France - before AD .
Spelling variations - Evershed / Evershead / Evershad / Eversheed and many more -
Records / documentation : they " Evershed's " were first became known in
'OCKLEY ' Surrey - England in the census taken in for the Doomsday Book in
> 1086 < AD - at that point in time held a " Family " seat as " Lords of the Manor of Eversheds Fram in Ockley . this was granted to them after the " Battle of Hastings " as a reward for services Rendered ( I think the Eversheds themselves plus some of the small force they raised to assist the Duke William defeat King Harold ) The grant to the " Evershed's " was recorded in the Doomesday Book and included the words -- QUOTE " the holders registered would hold the land to the end of time " unquote.

our nz records Show a " Evershed - surgeon - related to the Ockley ancestry ariving in Auckland - approximately in the mid - 1800's

Their are Evershed Family Crests, Shields , mottos , etc which of them is the genuine ones ( because of commercialization )-

If you wish to proceed further in your research on this name , lords, landholdings etc may I suggest you contact the " surrey national library " I believe ( told to me by a ' fellow genealogist ' they have an excellent
ancestral Department - including the " Eversheds " )
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Next note the number of people with that surname ( 3,623 ) at least . you may find a connection to your own ancestry their ???

Historical Records ( SAMPLE PAGE )

1-20 of 3,623 results for >Name: evershed, Event: Any, Place: england

Henry C Evershed

United States Census, 1920


birth: 1872 England
residence: 1920 , Caldwell, Texas

H E Evershed

United States Census, 1920


birth: 1865 England
residence: 1920 , Hot Spring, Arkansas
spouse: Cyntha Evershed

Cyntha Evershed

United States Census, 1920


birth: 1867 England
residence: 1920 , Hot Spring, Arkansas
spouse: H E Evershed

Stella Mary Evershed

United States Census, 1920


birth: 1895 England
residence: 1920 , Monroe, New York

Herbert E Evershed

United States Census, 1910


birth: 1865 England
residence: 1910 Justice Precinct 1, Blanco, Texas
spouse: Constance S C Evershed

Constance S C Evershed

United States Census, 1910


birth: 1865 England
residence: 1910 Justice Precinct 1, Blanco, Texas
spouse: Herbert E Evershed

George S Evershed

United States Census, 1910


birth: 1833 England
residence: 1910 Rochester Ward 18, Monroe, New York
children: Susie J Evershed, Harriet B Evershed...

Mary E Evershed

United States Census, 1910


birth: 1841 England
residence: 1910 Irondequoit, Monroe, New York
spouse: Franklin M Evershed
child: Charles S Evershed

Emma Evershed

United States Census, 1880


birth: 1840 England
residence: 1880 Geneseo, Livingston, New York
spouse: Franklin Evershed
children: William Evershed, Charles Evershed

John Evershed

United States Census, 1880


birth: 1808 England
residence: 1880 Irondequoit, Monroe, New York
child: Mary A. Evershed

George Evershed

United States Census, 1880


birth: 1833 England
residence: 1880 Irondequoit, Monroe, New York
spouse: Margaret Evershed
children: George T. Evershed, Susan J. Evershed...

Thomas Evershed

United States Census, 1880


birth: 1820 England
residence: 1880 Rochester, Monroe, New York
spouse: Harriet Evershed
child: Mary Evershed

Edward Evershed

United States Census, 1880


birth: 1833 England
residence: 1880 Creston, Union, Iowa
spouse: Susan Evershed
children: Harry Evershed, Nellie Evershed...

John Evershed

United States Census, 1870


birth: 1808 England
residence: New York, United States

Edwin Evershed

United States Census, 1870


birth: 1832 England
residence: Iowa, United States

John Evershed

United States Census, 1860


birth: 1809 England
residence: 1860 , Monroe, New York

Jane Evershed

United States Census, 1860


birth: 1809 England
residence: 1860 , Monroe, New York

George Evershed

United States Census, 1860


birth: 1833 England
residence: 1860 , Monroe, New York

Thomas Evershed

United States Census, 1850


birth: 1817 England
residence: 1850 Sacramento, Sacramento, California

Henry Cromwell Noel Evershed

Texas Deaths, 1890-1976


birth: 25 Dec 1871 England
death: 22 May 1957 Austin, Travis, Texas
burial: 22 May 1957 Austin, Texas
residence: Austin, Travis, Texas
parents: Arthor Evershed, Hettie K Field

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Margaret Evershed
Sex: F
Event(s)
Christening: 7 Feb 1559/60
Ockley,Sussex,England
Burial: 13 Jun 1635
Rusper,Sussex,England
Parents
Marriage(s)
Spouse: George Tydey
Marriage: 24 Jun 1586
Ockley,Sussex,England
E Evershed
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United States Census, 1870


birth: 1799 France
residence: Louisiana, United States

record title: United States Census, 1870
name: E Evershed
estimated birth year: 1799
gender: Female
age in 1870: 71y
color (white, black, mulatto, chinese, indian): White
birthplace: France
home in 1870: Louisiana, United States
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Till we meet again - Regards - edmondsallan

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PHILIP O'SULLIVAN - Kerry - Ireland - 1390- ( Historical Ancestry )

Philip O'Sullivan
Sex: M
Event(s)
Birth: 1390
Kenmare, Kerry, Ireland
Christening:
Kenmare, Kerry, Ireland
Death: 1450
Kenmare, Kerry, Ireland
Burial:
Kenmare, Kerry, Ireland

Till we meet again - Regards - edmondsallan

TIEGE O'SULLIVAN - Kerry - Ireland -1440- ( Historical Ancestry )

Tiege O'Sullivan
Sex: M
Event(s)
Birth: 1440
Kenmare, Kerry, Ireland
Christening:
Kenmare, Kerry, Ireland
Death: 1505
Kenmare, Kerry, Ireland
Burial:
Kenmare, Kerry, Ireland
Parents
Father: Philip O'Sullivan

Tillm we meet again - Regards - edmondsallan

DONAL O'SULLIVAN - Kerry - Ireland - 1500- ( Historical Ancestry )

Donal O'Sullivan
Sex: M
Event(s)
Birth: 1500
Kenmare, Kerry, Ireland
Christening:
Kenmare, Kerry, Ireland
Death: 1580
Castletownbere, Kerry, Ireland
Burial:
Castletownbere, Kerry, Ireland
Parents
Father: Dermod O'Sullivan
Marriage(s)
Spouse: Mary Unknown
Marriage:

Till we meet again -Regards - edmondsallan

DERMOND BALUFF - O'SULLIVAN- Munster - Island - 1470- ( HistoricalAncestry )

dermond baluff o'sullivan
Sex: M
Event(s)
Birth: 1470
munster, ireland
Death:
munster, ireland
Parents
Father: tiege, owen o'sullivan

Till we meet again - Regards - edmondsallan

DERMOND O'SULLIVAN - Munster - Ireland -1520- Historical Ancestry )

Dermond O'Sullivan 11th Lord Beare & B
Sex: M
Event(s)
Birth: abt 1520
Dunboy Castle,Munster,Ireland
Death: 1549
Dunboy Castle,Munster,Ireland
Parents
Marriage(s)
Spouse: Julia MacCarthy Reagh
Marriage:

Personal Information
Title:
11th Lord Beare & Bantry

Till we meet again - Regards - edmondsallan

ANTOINE YANDO - Canada - 1838

Household Record 1880 United States Census


:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Antoine YANDO Self M Male W 42 CANADA Laborer CANADA CANADA
Mary YANDO Wife M Female W 35 CANADA Keeping House CANADA CANADA
Oliver YANDO Son S Male W 13 NY Works On Farm CANADA CANADA
Melvina YANDO Dau S Female W 9 NY CANADA CANADA
Elizabeth YANDO Dau S Female W 4 NY CANADA CANADA
William YANDO Son S Male W 5M NY CANADA CANADA

Source Information:
Census Place Belmont, Franklin, New York

Till we meet again - Regards - edmondsallan

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