Nodwell Genealogy Project

Search Database

Sponsored Links

Articles of Interest
Crowder Marriages Northumberland County 1783-1850 PDF Print E-mail
The Family Crowder
Written by Jennifer Nodwell   
Wednesday, 08 September 2010 09:28

From the book The marriage license bonds of Northumberland County, Virginia, from 1783 to 1850 By Stratton Nottingham

21 Oct 1805 Jesse Crowder m. Susanna Treacle, daughter of William Treacle

11 Mar 1817 Jesse Crowder (widower) m. Rebeckah Lansdell, daughter of John Lansdell

25 May 1831 Jesse Crowder m. Alice Toulson

12 Jul 1841 John Crowder (widower) m. Dorinda J. Haydon

11 Apr 1803 Moses Crowder m. Elizabeth Snow, daughter of Spencer Snow

5 Jan 1809 Rnadall Crowder m. Jane Butler

3 Jan 1827 William Crowder m. Alice Pooley

23 Nov 1805 Sally H. Crowder (daughter of Elizabeth Crowder) m. Opie Bean

10 Jan 1786 Elizabeth Crowder m. Jesse Beetley

2 Feb 1791 Nancy Crowder (daughter of John Crowder) m. Amos Hubbard

1 Jan 1824 Nancy H. Crowder m. Edwin Edwards

12 Jun 1829 Mary E. Crowder m. Dr. Alfred Hudnall




The Zion Presbyterian Church PDF Print E-mail
The Family Dickey
Written by Jennifer Nodwell   
Thursday, 09 September 2010 04:35

Zion Presbyterian ChurchBetween 1705 and 1775, persecution, drought, and famine drove 500,000 Scotch Presbyterians from North Ireland to America. Many of these immigrants found their way to South Carolina in the Williamsburg District. They laid off a town and named it Kingstree. These devout Presbyterians busied themselves organizing churches there and in adjoining settlements. The church in Kingstree was formally organized in August, 1736. Among these Scotch-Irish immigrants were our Dickey ancestors, who sailed to South Carolina in 1772.

Last Updated on Thursday, 09 September 2010 07:10
How I Married My Cousin PDF Print E-mail
Nodwell Genealogy Project
Written by Jennifer Nodwell   
Monday, 23 August 2010 12:12

It turns out that my husband's grandfather is the 34 x great grandson of Charlemagne, and my grandmother is the 37 x great granddaughter of Charlemagne, which makes us 36th cousins 3 times removed.

Naturally, the evidence for relationships beyond 9-12 generations is limited, at best, and should be treated as family lore or hearsay, probably. Still, it is amusing to draw the lines and see.

I find that if you can get a Western European ancestor back to the late 1500s or early 1600s, you can then (usually) find a mythical connection back to one of the royal lines in Europe.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 August 2010 21:11
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Next > End >>

Page 3 of 7