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|1||Riddle, Leroy (I5044)
Was underage in 1798 and John Fogwell appointed his son-in-law Benj. Sieger her guardian. She must have been born between 1780 and 1797.
Inherited Nicholsons Chance, Hopewell and Harris Rambles from her grandfather John Fogwell.
|Fogwell, Elizabeth Mollie (I6929)
|4||"Greeneville Sun. Train hit their car in which Stella's five kids were riding and also Zilla Fillers. Killed them all. Body parts were up and down the track." (bio by: Trish Holaway)||Marshall, Sarah (I17207)
|5||"Maryland Marriage Records" shows she was a widow before she married John Riddle. Names CHRISTOPHER & GRACE THOMPSON AS THE PARENTS OF ELENOR THOMPSON||Thompson, Eleanor (I10493)
|6||"Pioneers in Roane County, WVA", by John A. House, 1906, page 247.|
John Goff married Elizabeth Welsh, sister of Mrs. James Riddle/Riddel.
The Will of Thomas Welsh of Prince George's Co., Maryland was made August 30, 1799, and recorded Oct.28, 1801 (Liber T. Folio 477). It names wife, Dorcas (Darcas), Son Richard, daughters, Rachel Reese, Dorcas Housely, Anne RIDDLE, (MY LINE), Mary Beck, Elizabeth Prather, Comfort Wood, & Deborah Edmondston, son-in-law Nathan Edmonston, and grandchildren--Thomas Jones, Catharine Jones, & Samuel Jones.
More About ANNE WELSH
Emigration: 1773 or 1774
Ethnicity/Relig.: Scottish Des.
|Welsh, Anne (I10567)
|7||"She wouldn't sell the farm to her son Luther, who had worked it from boyhood because she could get more money from outsider" (quoted by Mary Brown - great grand-daughter of Anne Amanda.)||Lusby, Anne Amanda (I1913)
Lewis Co., Benjamin Riddle, 50 Wts. Lit. Kan. 1836 1 276; 100 Tanner's Fork 1838 1 341; 83 Tanner's Fork 18 38 1 342; 100 Farmer's Fork 1838 1404; 180 Leading Cr. 1826 1 100; 100 Stink Stinking Cr. 1844 2 222; 100 Leading Cr. 1840 2 35
Justice of the Peace 1811, History of Randolph Co., W. VA. from it's earliest exploration & settlement to the present time. Ancestry.com, Ritchie County, West Virginia History, Chapter XIX, Grass Run Settled: Benjamin Riddel married Miss Nancy Anne Goff, daughter of Salathiel Goff, and settled at Hollow Meadows, on the Cheat River, in Randolph (now Tucker) County; but near the close of the war of 1812, he sold his possessions there, and removed to Gilmer county, and became one of the pioneers, at the mouth of Leading Creek. Here he passed from earth, and here his ashes lie. He was the father of ten sons and one daughter; Salatheil, died in Roane County, in 1907, at the age of ninety years; Silas T., the youngest son and the only survivor of the family, resides near Washburn, in this county; and the others were Hiram, Richard Welsh, John Goff, Benjamin Junior, George Washington, William (died in infancy), William Slavens, James S. and Dorcas, who married William Holbert, of Gilmer County.
|Riddle, Benjamin Franklin Sr. (I10573)
|9||"The Nevada Daily Mail" Wednesday Dec. 24, 1975|
Thomas W. Riddle
Thomas W. Riddle, 75, Sheldon, died at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at Barton county Memorial hospital, Lamar. He had been in failing health the past three years.
Born July 8, 1900, in Irwin, he was the son of George and Stella Bryant Riddle. He retired in 1956 from the Missouri Pacific Railroad. He attended the United Methodist Church at Sheldon.
On Feb. 15, 1919, Mr. Riddle married Opal Tyree, and they had spent their entire life in the Sheldon area. She survives of the home.
Other survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Lela Hornecker and Mrs. Helen Harmon, both of Sheldon; a sister, Mrs. Theo Giger, Irwin; five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Services will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Beeny Funeral Chapel, Sheldon with the Rev. Rob Noland officiating; interment in Sheldon Cemetery.
The family will receive friends between the hours of 7 and 8:30 p.m. Friday at Beeny Chapel.
His parents called him Willard, but as he grew to maturity, most people thought his middle name was William and he was called "Bill" most of his life.
While he worked at several jobs over the course of his working life, I remember Grandpa Riddle being a member of a 4-man section gang on the Missouri Pacific Railroad, based at Sheldon, MO. Those ganghands were T. W. Riddle, Cecil Malone, Jake Reynolds and Floyd Leininger. They covered an area of track from Milo to Irwin, riding on a section car, that we called a "putt-putt car", making repairs as needed to maintain the tracks. I asked my mother, Helen Riddle Harman how long grandpa worked for the Missouri Pacific, but she was uncertain as to when he went to work for the railroad, but she said he was employed with the railroad, when she graduated from high school, which was 1943. He retired from the railroad in 1956 and had built a house a block from the tracks. I still think about him going out on the front porch, when a train would go through Sheldon and try to guess how many cars were in the train, by the sound of it. I don't think he ever got it right, but it was fun counting the cars with him.
|Riddle, Thomas Willard (I12774)
|10||'Older than David. Jeannie has son & daughter from|
previous marriage. No children, although at one time, Jeannie was thinking wistfully about adopting. Grandson (18 months?-born 1995?) might have satisfied baby longing. His name is Jamie Burton.' (e-mailed by Julia Jackson Lusby, David's brother's wife, to Sandra Hopkins).
|McGarry, Joan (I1392)
|11||'Yancey County Will Book' Inventory account of sales of the personal property of Lucinda Allen, deceased. Estate of Lucinda Allen deceased: |
A.D. ALLEN - 1 pot
JOHN ALLEN - 1 oven
LUCY ALLEN - 1 skillet
EDMOND McMAHAN -?
NANCY HENSLEY - 1 wheel
SAMUEL AUSTIN -1 keg
ELIZABETH HENSLEY - 1 loom
A.D. ALLEN - 1 lot of ?
NATH DUCAN - 1 churn
JOHN ALLEN - 1 coffee pot
JAMES ALLEN - 1 bucket
BENJAMIN ALLEN -1 box of knives and forks
RACHAEL ALLEN - pan and cups
JAMES ALLEN - lot of plates and cups
NANCY WILSON - 1 pair of cords
ERVIN ALLEN - 1 lot of chairs
A.D. ALLEN -1 table
LUCY ALLEN -?
A.D. ALLEN - ?
NANCY WILSON - 1 bee stand
ERVIN ALLEN - 1 bee stand
SAMUEL AUSTING - 1 blowing horn
LUCY ALLEN -?
RACHAEL ALLEN - 1 bee stand
NANCY WILSON - 1 bed stead
NATHAN DUCAN - 1 bed and furniture
THOMAS WILSON - 1 mare
ERVIN ALLEN - 1 sow and 1 cow
A.D. ALLEN -4 barrels
ERVIN ALLEN - 2 shoats
JAMES ALLEN - 1 cow
SAMUEL AUSTIN - 1 lot of greens
NATHAN ALLEN, Adm. of LUCINDA ALLEN Cash paid for burying expense:
John W. McElroy - $ 8.15
N. Penland - $ 3.78
Absolom Penland - $ 3.00
Total - $14.93 Receipt from heirs:
Clemuel Arrowood - $ 7.00
James Allen - $ 6.25
A.D. Allen - $7.00
Rachael Allen - $ 1.25
Blanchey Hensley - $ 6.00
Job Allen - $ 6.00
Peggy Edwards - $6.00
Nancy Wilson - $ 6.00
Jency Willson - $ 6.00
Lucy Roberson - $ 6.00
John Allen - $ 6.00
|Riddle, Lucinda (I4487)
|12||(219-225-273) #710-Jacob Lusby, who keeps a ferry at South River, where his late father lived, will also keep a tavern there.|
#854-MD Gazette-Thursday-Nicholas Griffin, millwright, will build or repair all sorts of mills. He can be found at Jacob Lusby's at South River Ferry, or...
#731 MD Gazette-Thursday-Jacob Lusby has a stray mare at his plantation at south River Ferry.
|Lusby, Jacob (I2018)
|13||(aka Paint Gap Cemetery) Location: From the junction of Indian and Horton Creek, go 1.3 miles up Horton Creek. Turn right between two mobile homes. Go about 1/4 mile to barn behind Carmel Burleson's house. Cross creek and follow road a short distance up the hill to the cemetery. Condition: Broken tree limbs litter the ground and it is grown up in weeds.||Banks, William M. (I9128)
|14||(aka Paint Gap Cemetery) Location: From the junction of Indian and Horton Creek, go 1.3 miles up Horton Creek. Turn right between two mobile homes. Go about 1/4 mile to barn behind Carmel Burleson's house. Cross creek and follow road a short distance up the hill to the cemetery. Condition: Broken tree limbs litter the ground and it is grown up in weeds.||Metcalf, Lovada R. (I9127)
|15||(aka Paint Gap Cemetery) Location: From the junction of Indian and Horton Creek, go 1.3 miles up Horton Creek. Turn right between two mobile homes. Go about 1/4 mile to barn behind Carmel Burleson's house. Cross creek and follow road a short distance up the hill to the cemetery. Condition: Broken tree limbs litter the ground and it is grown up in weeds.||Metcalf, Edna (I9125)
|16||McIntosh, Ida J. (I9124)
|17||Metcalf, Milton Millard (I9123)
|18||Metcalf, Loutitia T. (I7020)
|19||Metcalf, William J. (I7019)
|20||(Originally BERRY HENSLEY CEMETERY) Location: From the junction of Horton and Indian Creek, bear right and go about .9 mile up Horton Creek to a garage on left side of road. Turn up by this garage and go to first house on left. Follow road above house around the hill a short distance to cemetery. Condition: Well kept.||Penland, Edna Dean (I9152)
|21||(Originally Berry Hensley Cemetery) Location: From the junction of Horton and Indian Creek, bear right and go about .9 mile up Horton Creek to a garage on left side of road. Turn up by this garage and go to first house on left. Follow road above house around the hill a short distance to cemetery. Condition: Well kept.||Penland, Stella (I9147)
|22||(Originally Berry Hensley Cemetery) Location: From the junction of Horton and Indian Creek, bear right and go about .9 mile up Horton Creek to a garage on left side of road. Turn up by this garage and go to first house on left. Follow road above house around the hill a short distance to cemetery. Condition: Well kept.||Penland, Rev. Walser (I9143)
|23||(Originally Berry Hensley Cemetery) Location: From the junction of Horton and Indian Creek, bear right and go about .9 mile up Horton Creek to a garage on left side of road. Turn up by this garage and go to first house on left. Follow road above house around the hill a short distance to cemetery. Condition: Well kept.||Penland, Kenith (I9142)
|24||Penland, Arvil Lewis (I6861)
|25||Penland, Mary Essie (I6704)
|26||Penland, Willard Vance (I6693)
|27||Metcalf, Bessie (I6640)
|28||Penland, John Lafayette (I6639)
|29||...of Baltimore County...Estate...be turned into ready money.. to be put to interest and the interest of the money...to bring up and educate my son first. I give my son Josiah Lusby all my Estate... I give to my loving sister Milcah Matthews, thirty pounds to be paid to her...I give to my nephew Anthony Drew twenty pounds...but in case it should so happen that my son Josiah Lusby should die before he arrives to the age of twenty one years...I give to my friend William Ringgold..., and estate be sold and money...equally divided between my nine nephews and nieces hereafter mentioned...Joseph Lusby & Mary Lusby son & daughter to Draper Lusby of Kent County, Joseph Lusby & Sarah Lusby, and Milcah Lusby son & daughters of Jacob Lusby, Aquila Matthews, Bennett Matthews, and Milcah Mathews, sons & daughter of John Matthews & Milcah Matthews....Friend William Ringgold to be my executor.||Drew, Anthony (I1999)
|30||1 Oct 1936|
C. Elmer Walker Obituary
C. Elmer Walker, a former residence of this place, died last Thursday at his home in Chicago. Death was caused by a complication of diseases. He was 39 years old. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Martha Walker; four sisters, Mrs. Mary Atkins, and Mrs. Ruth Cuilfoyle, Whiteford, and Mrs. Gertrude Redding, York; three brothers, John Walker, Whiteford; Thomas Walker, Cardiff and Milton Walker, Chicago. The funeral was held Sunday with services at the home of his sister, Mrs. Watkins, this place, at 2 P.M. Interment in the Mt. Nebo cemetery. The Rev. B.W. Jones officiated. Funeral Director H.P. Harkins had charge of arrangements.
|Walker, Charles Elmer (I2534)
|31||1. DNA proves Matthew is descended from John Riddle b. 1680 in MD.|
2. Lived in Jackson Co., AL. 1830 thru 1840 near Randolph Riddle and sons.
3. Also living in Jackson Co., AL was Burgess Riddle b. 1791 in Loudoun Co., VA, the son Benj. Riddle and Nancy Giles. Burgess was descended from John Riddle b. 1680 and was married to Eliz Easley. Harmon Riddle, son of Randolph (also descended from John Riddle) was married to an Eliz Easley and his brother John was married to Judith Easley.
4. Matthew's brother James also appears in the Jackson Co., Alabama census. 1850 census states that James was born in VA while Matthew was born in NC.
5. All of the Riddles listed in the 1830 and 1840 Jackson Co., Alabama census records were related except for Samuel Riddle and he could very well be another brother to Matthew as he was also born in VA in the same time period as Matthew, James and Jeremiah.
6. Uriah Riddle, son of Jeremiah married Matthew’s daughter Tabitha Adeline.
7. Two of Jeremiah’s daughters married Cooper brothers while Matthew married a Rhoda Cooper.
Is this the father of Matthew Riddle b. 1798?
Louisa County, Va. Deed Records - Book H
Many thanks to Janice L. Abercrombie! She submitted over 2,000 Deed Abstracts, which produced almost 15,000 surname references!
Book: H, Page: 411, Grantor: John Jones and Susanna Jones his wife, Grantee: Matthew Riddle, Date: 04-Jun-1784
John Jones and Susanna Jones his wife of Goochland Co. to Matthew Riddle for £50 tract in Louisa adj. tract formerly belonging to Thomas Watson, Andrew Hunter, John Glasby containing 100 acres with houses. Sig. John Jones and Susannah (x) Jones. Wit. Athanasius Barnett, Jane Barnett, Samuel Powel. Rec. 12 Jul 1784.
Deed of Matthew Riddle to John Hutchins, both of Goochland Co., in consideration of 89 pounds, 50 acres adjoining Philip Ryan, John Johnson and John Hutchins. witnessed by Anthanasius Barnett, Jesse Blackwell, and Jane Barnett.
MARRIAGE BONDS OF GOOCHLAND COUNTY 199
Goochland County, VA - Early Marriage Bonds, Wm. and Mary Quarterly, V. 7, No. 3
January 3, 1779. Matthew Riddle [X mark] to Jane Crow; sec., Barrett Farrar; witn., Val Wood.
|Riddle, Matthew (I16691)
|32||1. I think Benj wf was Margaret Read for in 1750 Benj bg 50a of 4th Crave from Saml Read. Could Saml Read be Margaret's father? I think so.|
2. Benj the adm of Johns est 1750 Inv. Saml Read was listed as creditors & listed as next of kin.
|Read, Margaret (I10506)
|33||1.When the teenage Samuel Oxford first arrived in North Carolina he lived with his brother John Oxford Senior. A summary of the Rowan Co NC Deed Book says, "21 Dec 1778 John Purviance enters 500 acres in Rowan County on the north side of Catawba River. Includes improvements where Samuel Oxfod and John Oxford Sr. lived."||Oxford, John Sr. (I8585)
|34||10 Apr||Cusic, Robert (I1798)
|35||10 Aug 1891 McKendree Cemetery||Lusby, Richard Horatio (I1572)
|36||11 Jul||Cabell, Christal Dawn (I8347)
|37||12 April 1934|
Delta Native Dies at Village Green
James A. Watson, aged 78 years, died at the home of his daughter Mrs. R. Omar Howard, at Village Green, near Oxford, Tuesday, April 10, after a month's illness.
Mr. Watson was born at Delta, where he resided for a long time, but for the past twenty years had made his home with his daughter at Village Green.
He is survived by four daughters, Mrs. R. Omer Howard, Village Green; Mrs. John McKinley, Chelsea; Mrs. J. Gilpin Taylor, Tyson Heights, and Miss Reba Watson, Chester; two sons: Thomas R. Watson, Delta, and James A. Watson, Jr., of Arkansas; also seventeen grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at the Bryansville Evangelical Church at 1:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon, with burial in the adjoining cemetery. John L. Norris has charge of the funeraly arrangements.
|38||12828 Shrewsbury Church Rd., Kent Co., Maryland||Lusby, William Thomas (I1189)
|39||14 Dec 1933|
James A. Taylor
Funeral services for James A. Taylor, who died at this home in Lower Chanceford TWP township on Tuesday, December 5, were held on Friday afternoon with brief services at his late home concluding services at the Pine Grove Presbyterian church in charge of the Rev. W. M. Weaver, assisted by the Rev. J.M. Pheasant, pastor of the Salem M.E. church. Those who carried flowers were Robert H. Long, Robert Reed, Cecil Walker and Clifford Wright. The pallbearers were brothers-in-laws of the deceased, Walter, James, Harry and Ross Sinclair, John L. Scott and Willis Pomraning. Interment was made in the adjoining cemetery. Funeral director Furnace B. Olewiler, Red Lion, had charge of funeral arrangements.
|Taylor, James Alexander (I2115)
|40||1706 Baltimore Co. Tax List. South Patapsco Hundred shows William Riddle.|
Could this be John Riddle born 1680?
|Riddle, William (I13676)
|41||173-03-8722||Boone, Grover Cleveland (I10484)
|42||1748 or 1750 because his son Benj sold his property named Disappointment in 1751.||Riddle, John (I552)
|43||174?||Fogwell, John (I6926)
|44||1783 Tax Assessment Queen Anne’s Co., MD |
Aquilla Fogwell. QA Upper District p. 3. MSA S1161-9-1. 1/4/5/52?
|Fogwell, Aquilla (I6936)
|45||1783 Tax Assessment Queen Anne’s Co., MD - MD State Archives|
Joshua Dudley. Sarahs Portion, 191 1/4 acres. QA Upper District p. 15. MSA S1161-9-1. 1/4/5/52
|Dudley, Joshua (I15052)
|46||1783 Tax Assessment Queen Anne’s Co., MD - MD State Archives|
Richard Dudley. Sarahs Portion, pt, 118 acres. QA Upper District p. 15. MSA S1161-9-1. 1/4/5/52
|Dudley, Richard (I15053)
|47||1783 Tax Assessment Queen Anne’s Co., MD - MD State Archives|
William Dudley. QA Upper District p. 14. MSA S1161-9-1. 1/4/5/52?
|Dudley, William (I15054)
|48||1815 MD||Lusby, Margaret Eliza (I372)
|49||1818||Lusby, Thomas Hanson (I1867)
|50||1820 census 26-45. Abt 35 years old.||Joiner, William Jr. (I17834)