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GABRIEL JONES - MARGARET STROTHER (1700s)
Posted by: Karen Cotter (ID *****8605) Date: June 13, 2005 at 16:11:33
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Found some interesting data and converted it a genealogy program; not my family and this is all I have so far.

Descendants of Gabriel Jones

Generation No. 1

1. Gabriel2 Jones (John1) was born 14 May 1724, and died 06 October 1806. He married Margaret Strother, daughter of William Strother and Margaret Watts. She was born 1726, and died 1822.

Notes for Gabriel Jones:
Gabriel Jones, born 14 May 1724, died 6 October 1806; " The Valley Lawyer" and Agent for Lord Fairfax; married as her second husband on 16 October 1749, Margaret Strother, daughter of William Strother and Margaret Watts, born 1726, died 1822; widow of George Morton per The Strother Family by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 378
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WILL OF GABRIEL JONES
In the name of God, Amen! I, Gabriel Jones, of the County of Rockingham in the State of Va., being in perfect health, do make and ordain this my last will and testament revoking all former wills by --
First, I give & devise to my dear wife Margaret for & during her natural life, the plantation on which I live together with the several pieces or parcels of land I have deeds or patents for joining the home and plantation, & including the great island and one hundred acres. I have in the County of Bath; together with all my slaves, household goods and Stock of all kinds, & farming utensils, & whatever books she chooses to make use of; and father, I do hereby empower and will if she thinks proper, she may at any time or times sell and dispose of all the Said Slaves and any one or more of them except Frederick.
The same power and authority I give her in regard to the household goods, Stock & utensils, to dispose of all or any part thereof, & the money arising from such sale or sales to be as common stock at her death, she having the use of the same till that period. Whereas my dear friend and Son in law John Harvie of Belvidere is indebted to me in the sum of six hundred pounds in Specie, by this bond dated 17th August 1790. I will and direct that no interest accreing before my death be demanded of him, and I give and bequeath to my daughter Hawkins, the wife of John Hawkins of Scott Co., in the State of Ky. the sum of three hundred pounds, and to her son Wood Hawkins, who I understand is intended for the profession of law, all my law books. I give to William Fleming of the County of Rockingham the sum of two hundred dollars in trust to be disposed of as by memorandum left for that purpose. My executors have nothing more to do in this bequest, than to pay the money ashe is to be accountable to no one. I give and bequeath to Gabriel Lewis and Warner Lewis my Grandsons, all my right, title, interest, claim & demand that I now have, or may hereafter have, of and in a mortgage I have from their father John Lewis, of the Mansion house & lots of their late Grandfather Fielding Lewis, in the town of Fredericksburg & which John Lewis sold in part to Seth Barton, which mortgage is in the hands of General Minor who has brought suit in the County of Spotsylvania to foreclose the same and is now depending in the Supreme Court of Appeals, as I have lately been informed. My Negro man Frederick who attended me faithfully during the operation performed on my eye, and sickness near Richmond, had my promise soon after I got well that in consideration thereof, he should never serve any other master after mine & my wife's death; I therefore to comply with my said promise do after my wife's death will that he be free; and so long as he lives with her, and behaves well (of which she is to be the sole judge) to give him a suit of clothes annually, besides his working clothes. I give and bequeath to my wife's nephew Andrew Lewis, son of my late friend & brother in law Thomas Lewis who had the misfourtune to lose his arm in his Country's Service an annuity of twelve pounds, or the interest of two hundred pounds upon the condition that he neither sell nor dispose thereof or any part thereof. This with what he has yearly coming in, will enable him to live in his old age independent and continue a good citizen which his natural and acquired abilities enable him to be. The principal of this annuity at his decease to go into the common stock. I give & bequeath to Mrs. Jane Douthatt, that formerly was Miss Jenny Price, the same that formerly lived with me, & Sister to the present registrat of the state, one hundred pounds in regard for her own merit, and the great respect I bear to the memory of her late Mother at whose house I lived during my sickness, & the operation on my eye. And whereas the bequest mentioned to my Grandsons Gabriel Lewis and Warner Lewis, their receiving the free benefit thereof depends in a great measure upon the determination of the Court of Appeals. If that should be in their favor, then & in that case they are receive no benefit or advantage from any bequest, devisee or legacy I do now, or may hereafter make to my other Grandchildren, but in case they should be so unfortunate as to have it determined against them, then and in that case I will an equal share with my other Grandchildren.
I direct my personal estate to be inventories but not appraised, and that no security be taken of my executors. I owe no debts. If there be any they must be very trifling. I cannot recollect at this moment so much as a dollar. All the rest & residue of my estate real & personal of what nature or kind soever not above disposed of after my wife's decease, I direct to be sold & the money arising thereby, to be equally divided, share and share alike to my Grandchildren, this not to extend to my Great Grandchildren, nor to my Grandson William Strother Jones to whom I had in a former Will left the bulk of my estate. Dire necessity compelled me to make the alteration I have and the best I can say of him is, & God knows it is bad enough) that he is an idle dissipated young man, and is now left to live upon the wreck of a miserable fortune left by his father, which I had given him, now almost spent by his extravagance, & the very imprudent conduct of his father in law Dr. Buckner. I give and bequeath to my daughters Harivie & Hawkins (my daughter Lewis being dead) mourning rings of the value of five guineas each, having on their marriage given them thier portions --I constitute & appoint my wife & my friend James Allen of the county of Shenandoah attorney at law my executrix and executor, & I do hereby give & bequeath unto the said James Allen the sum of one hundred pounds to be discounted out of his bond to me, in case I should die before the same is paid off. If the same should be paid before that period then to be paid out of my estate, provided the said James Allen shall take upon himself the execution of the same this sum I give for his trouble and occasional advice about the execution of my said will.
All expenses and disbursement he may pay or be out of pocket to be refunded to him, and be accountable only for his own actions.
In testimony that this writing is my last will and testament, all wrote with my own hand, this first day of Dec. 1800.
I set my hand and affix my seal.
(signed) Gabriel Jones (seal)
Endorsed Gabriel Jones' Will 1st Dec. 1800 all wrote with my own hand, tho' at different times. "G.J."

Papers in Possession of Mis Otelia Harvie, Mattoax, Va. and published through her courtesy in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 762-764. It continues with the followin on pages 764 - 766

Family Record of Gabriel Jones Written by Himself
Gabriel the 4th Son and 5th child of John & Elizabeth Hones of the County of Montgomery of North Wales Great Britain, was born in the County of York 3 miles from Williamsburg the 17th day of May 1724 and married the 18th October 1749 by the Rev. Mr. James Keith to Margaret Morton widow of George Morton & Daughter of the late Major William Strother of King George in the Colony of Virginia who was born the 3rd day of September 1726.
Margaret Morton Daughter of the above Gabriel & Margaret was born at 2 of the clock in the afternoon the 24th December 1751 & baptized the 12th July following by the Reverend John Gorden, at the house of William Cockraine in the twon of Winchester, her Sureties were Col. James Wood & his wife, Col. John Hite & wife.
Elizabeth Bates 2d daughter of the sd Gabriel & Margaret was born at 7 of the clock in ye evening on the 20th October 1753 & baptized the 1st September following by the Reverend John Jones at the House of Henry Down's in Augusta County her Sureties were John Madison & wife & Anne Tyler --
Strother the 3d child was born at 8 o'clock in the Eventing on the 21st March 1756 and baptised the 12th April following at home by the Rd Mr. John Jones; his sureties were the sd Mr Jones and his uncle John Madison and Sarah Ship.
Ann Gabriele the 4th Child was born the 27th September 1759 and died of the hooping cough the 25th March 1760.
Anne Gabriel the 5th Child was born the 28th September 1761 and Baptised the 28th November following at home by the Reverend Mr. Davy Calmes her Sureties were the sd Mr. Calmes her uncle & Aunt John & Elizabeth Madison & her Cousin Miss Peggy Frogg
Dear Cousin Lewis,
I had not lost sight of my promise to copy our Grandfather Jones' record of his own family but haveen so constantly occupied with Anne that I have not had the time to do so before-- it is as exact a copy as I could make it -- (hooping cough & all) I am sorry that in our mover over here we lost a very old Prayer Book of the Jones family that was brought to this country & we lost in our troubled move from Summer Hill an old sampler that was worked by Grandpapa's Aunt Elizabeth Jones -- on which she put:
"Elizabeth Jones is my name
England is my nation
London is my dwelling place
And Christ is my Salvation.
When I am dead & laid in grave & all my bones are rotten
When this you see remember me thouogh I be quite forgotten."

There was a crown on it & I think the date 1673. Every day I regret something that I recal & has disappeared. I would give a great deal if the mementoes of the different sides of my family that we had stored away were still in existence, but perhaps it is well I havn't them now, as I am sure that after myself & Sisters are gone they would be looked on as trash & scattered to the wind-- I had a letter from Lewis Harvie yesterday, from which, I gather his brother John will not come to Virginia. He seems anxious to hear all he can about our grandfather Havie -- I was surprised to find that he though Grandpapa came himself from Scotland. I had always understood his father came to the upper country & that our uncles William & Daniel his sons, grew up there & then emigrated to Georgia. I have seen a doughter of one of them I don not remember which. She was Mrs. Hull & I was much pleased with her. She was not handsome but a woman of sound good sense & judment. She left three sons one of whom married a sister of Mrs. Genl. Lawton & Mrs. Genl. Gilmer. The name of Harvie as a surname has died out there but it is retained as a Christian name.
Anne is slowly gaining ground, that is with Emily & myself helping her, she moves on her crutches into my room & lays on the bed until the evening when in the same way she returns. As yet she has to control over her limb, though the Dr says it has knit -- She sends her love to you & each of the family.
Emily is busy reading "The Two Parsons" to Anne-- I suppose Sarah has enjoyed it. Josephine Blair lent it to us-- She has tried in every way to amuse & please Anne in her time of trouble -- as so many have done --
Love from each of us to one & all of you -- Goodbye
yr. affec. cousin
Ellen S. Ruffin



Notes for Margaret Strother:
Margaret Strother, daughter of William Strother and Margaret Watts, born 1726, died 1822; married twice: first on 6 April 1744, George Morton; s.p.; second 16 October 1749, Gabriel Jones (born 14 May 1724, died 6 October 1806, "The Valley Lawyer" and Agent for Lord Fairfax per The Strother Family by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 378
       
Children of Gabriel Jones and Margaret Strother are:
       i.       MARGARET MORTON3 JONES, b. 24 December 1751; m. JOHN HARVIE III; d. 1807.

Notes for MARGARET MORTON JONES:
Margaret Jones, daughter of Gabriel Jones and Margaret Strother, married Colonel Harvie, son of John Harvie and Martha Gaines, grandson of John Harvie of Scotland per The Strother Family by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 378. Her husband is named as "John Harvie of Belvidere, son in law" in the last will and testament of Gabriel Jones dated 1 December 1800.

Notes for JOHN HARVIE III:
John Harvie, III, son of John Harvie II (1706-1767) and Martha Gaines, grandson of John Harvie of Scotland, married Margaret Jones, daughter of Gabriel Jones and Margaret Strother; He was a Colonel in the Revolution; Member of the House of Burgesses, Member of Congress and Mayor of Richmond, Virginia in 1785 per The Strother Family by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 378

2.       ii.       ELIZABETH BATES JONES, b. 20 October 1753; d. Bef. 1800.
3.       iii.       WILLIAM STROTHER JONES I, b. 21 March 1756; d. 1788.
       iv.       ANNE GABRIEL JONES I, b. 27 September 1759; d. 25 March 1760, in infancy of whooping cough.
4.       v.       ANNE GABRIEL JONES II, b. 28 September 1761.


Generation No. 2

2. Elizabeth Bates3 Jones (Gabriel2, John1) was born 20 October 1753, and died Bef. 1800. She married John Lewis, son of Fielding Lewis and Catherine Washington. He was born 22 June 1747 in of Spotsylvania County, Virginia, and died in Kentucky.

Notes for Elizabeth Bates Jones:
Elizabeth Jones, daughter of Gabriel Jones and Margaret Strother, is named as daughter Lewis, deceased and her husband as John Lewis children as grandsons Gabriel Lewis and Warner Lewis in the last will and testament of Gabriel Jones dated 1 Decmeber 1800 per Papers in Possession of Mis Otelia Harvie, Mattoax, Va. and published through her courtesy in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 759-762


Notes for John Lewis:
John Lewis, son of Colonel Fielding Lewis and his first wife Catherine Washington, married five times: wives one and two were Thorntons, one being Lucy Thornton, daughter of Colonel John Thornton and Mildred Gregory; the fifth wife was the widow, Mrs. Robert Mercer, daughter of Landon Carter and Mildred Willis and granddaughter of Lewis Willis and Mary Champe per Champe of Lambs Creek by W. B. McGroarty published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume I, page 741;

John Lewis, son of Fielding Lewis and Catherine Washington, born 22 June 1747 (His uncle Mr. John Lewis and Mr. Charles Dick, godfathers, and Mrs. Mary Washington and Mrs. Lee, godmothers) per Lewis Family of Warner Hall, Gloucester County, Virginia published in William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 10, No. 1 (Jul. 1901), pp. 49-54 posted on Rootsweb.com archives; it goes on to say that he married (it is said five times: First: Lucy Thornton, daughter of Colonel John Thornton of Caroline, by whom he had one child: Mildred Lewis (Hening's Stat., Oct. 1778); secondly he married another Miss Thornton, of whom little is known; thirdly he married Elizabeth Jones, daughter of Gabriel Jones of the Valley and had issue; fourth he married Mary Anne Fontaine, the widow Armistead; fifth, Mildred Carter, widow of Robert Mercer, son of General Hugh Mercer and daughter of Landon Carter. John Lewis moved to Kentucky and his posterity lived there.
Child of John Lewis and first wife Lucy Thornton
1. Mildred Lewis
Children of John Lewis and Elizabeth Jones
2. Warner Lewis, died young
3. Fielding Lewis, died young
4. Gabriel J. Lewis, born 10 September 1775
Lewis Family of Warner Hall, Gloucester County, Virginia published in William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 10, No. 1 (Jul. 1901), pp. 49-54 posted on Rootsweb.com archives
       
Children of Elizabeth Jones and John Lewis are:
       i.       FIELDING4 LEWIS.
5.       ii.       GABRIEL J. LEWIS, b. 10 September 1775; d. 07 February 1864.
       iii.       WARNER LEWIS.


3. William Strother3 Jones I (Gabriel2, John1) was born 21 March 1756, and died 1788. He married Frances Thornton, daughter of Francis Thornton and Ann Thompson.

Notes for William Strother Jones I:
William Strother Jones, son of Gabriel Jones and Margaret Strother, born 1756, died 1788, married in 1780, Frances (Thornton) Buckner of "Fall Hill" per The Strother Family by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 379

Notes for Frances Thornton:
Frances Thornton, daughter of Francis Thornton IV and Ann Thompson, was named as Frances Buckner in her father's will dated 13 February 1794, proved 8 April 1795 to receive a mourning ring; married first Dr. Horace Buckner and probably Strother Jones per The Thornton Family by W. G. Stanard published in William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 4, No. 2. (Oct., 1895), pp. 89-93 transcribed on USGenWeb archives. She is probably the Frances (Thornton) Buckner of "Fall Hill", shown to have married William Strother Jones (1756-1788) in 1780 per The Strother Family by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 379

There is a Frances Buckner buried in The Thornton-Forbes-Washington Cemetery, Fredericksburg, VA transcribed on USGenWeb archives which shows: Frances Buckner - Placed Here by the hand of filial affection. Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Frances Buckner who departed this life 1818 in the 58th year of her age. Since she remarried to Strother Jones, this is probably not her gravesite.
       
Child of William Jones and Frances Thornton is:
6.       i.       WILLIAM STROTHER4 JONES II, b. 07 October 1783; d. 13 July 1845.


4. Anne Gabriel3 Jones II (Gabriel2, John1) was born 28 September 1761. She married John Hawkins. He was born in of Scott County, Kentucky.

Notes for Anne Gabriel Jones II:
Anne Jones, daughter of Gabriel Jones and Margaret Strother, is named as daughter Hawkins, the wife of John Hawkins of Scott Cou., in the State of Ky and to her son Wood Hawkins in the last will and testament of her father dated 1 December 1800 per Papers in Possession of Mis Otelia Harvie, Mattoax, Va. and published through her courtesy in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 759-762

       
Child of Anne Jones and John Hawkins is:
       i.       WOOD4 HAWKINS.


Generation No. 3

5. Gabriel J.4 Lewis (Elizabeth Bates3 Jones, Gabriel2, John1) was born 10 September 1775, and died 07 February 1864. He married Mary Bibb 24 November 1807.

Notes for Gabriel J. Lewis:
Gabriel J. Lewis, son of John Lewis and Elizabeth Jones, born 7 February 1864, married Mary Bibb on 24 November 1807, and had Elizabeth Lewis, born 11 November 1813 per Lewis Family of Warner Hall, Gloucester County, Virginia published in William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 10, No. 1 (Jul. 1901), pp. 49-54 posted on Rootsweb.com archives
       
Child of Gabriel Lewis and Mary Bibb is:
       i.       ELIZABETH5 LEWIS, b. 11 November 1813; m. SAMUEL MCDOWELL STARLING.

Notes for ELIZABETH LEWIS:
Elizabeth Lewis, daughter of Gabriel J. Lewis and Mary Bibb, born 11 November 1813, married Colonel Samuel McDowell Starling (Marshall Family) per Lewis Family of Warner Hall, Gloucester County, Virginia published in William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 10, No. 1 (Jul. 1901), pp. 49-54 posted on Rootsweb.com archives


6. William Strother4 Jones II (William Strother3, Gabriel2, John1) was born 07 October 1783, and died 13 July 1845. He married (1) Anna Maria Marshall 31 January 1806. She was born 1788, and died 1823. He married (2) Ann Cary Randolph 1825, daughter of William Randolph and Lucy Randolph. She was born 31 October 1794.

Notes for William Strother Jones II:
William Strother Jones, II, son of William Strother Jones (1756-1788) and Frances Thornton, widow of Dr. Horace Buckner, born 7 October 1783, died 13 July 1845; married twice: First on 31 January 1806, Anna Maria Marshall (1788-1823) and second in 1825, Anne Cary Randolph.
Children of William Strother Jones II and Anna Maria Marshall
1. Frances Jones, born 15 October 1808 married David Walker Barton
2. William Strother Jones III
3. Francis B. Jones, killed in Civil War
4. R. B. Jones
5. James Fitzgerald Jones, I, born 10 September 1822, died 9 October 1866, married Anne Lewis Marshall
The Strother Family by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 441
Children of William Strother Jones and Ann Cary Randolph per additions and notes at the end of Tuckahoe and the Tuckahoe Randolphs by Jefferson Randolph Anderson, Savannah, GA published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
6. William Randolph Jones, died young
7. Francis Buckner Jones, killed in Battle of 1st Cold Harbor in 1864 married Susan Peyton Clark
8. Thomas Beverley Jones, died young
9. Beverley Randolph Jones born 12 December 1832 married Rebecca Tidball

The will of his Grandfather Gabriel Jones shows: All the rest & residue of my estate real & personal of what nature or kind soever not above disposed of after my wife's deceased, I direct to be sold, & the money arising thereby, to be equally divided, share and share alike to my Grandchildren, this not to extend to my Great Grandchildren, nor to my Grandson William Strother Jones to whom I had in a former Will left the bulk of my estate. Dire necessity compelled me to make the alterations I have and the best I can say of him is, & God knows it is bad enough) that he is an idle disspated young man, and is now left to live upon the wreck of a miserable fortune left by his father, which I had given him, now almost spent by his extravagance, & the very imrudent conduct of his father in law Dr. Buckner. Papers in Possession of Mis Otelia Harvie, Mattoax, Va. and published through her courtesy in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 759-762

This last information contained in the will leaves some open questions, since there is no indication that he married a "Buckner" though his mother Frances Thorton is shown to be the widow of Dr. Horace Buckner when she married William Strother Jones, Senior.

Notes for Ann Cary Randolph:
Ann Cary Randolph is shown to be the daughter of William Randolph and Lucy Bolling Randolph in the additions and notes at the end of Tuckahoe and the Tuckahoe Randolphs by Jefferson Randolph Anderson, Savannah, GA published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. It goes on to show that she was born 31 October 1794, married 31 October 1825, as his second wife, William Strother Jones, a grandson of the distinquished lawyer, Gabriel Jones and had four children. Dates from the Tuckahoe Bible.


       
Children of William Jones and Anna Marshall are:
       i.       FRANCES5 JONES, b. 15 October 1808; d. 06 January 1890; m. DAVID WALKER BARTON; b. 1801; d. 1863.

Notes for FRANCES JONES:
Frances Jones, daughter of William Strother Jones II and his first wife, Anna Maria Marshall, born 15 October 1808, died 6 January 1890; married 18 December 1828, David Walker Barton (1801-1863) per The Strother Family by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 440

       ii.       WILLIAM STROTHER JONES III.
       iii.       FRANCIS B. JONES, d. in Civil War.

Notes for FRANCIS B. JONES:
Francis B. Jones, son of William Strother Jones and his first wife, Anna Maria Marshall; Lieutenant Colonel CSA and killed at Battle of Malvern Hill in 1864 per The Strother Family by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 440;

       iv.       R. B. JONES.

Notes for R. B. JONES:
R. B. Jones is shown to be the child of William Strother Jones and his first wife Anna Maria Marshall, with no further information in The Strother Family by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume II, page 441. However, there is a Beverly Randolph Jones, born 12 December 1832 married Rebecca Tidball in Additions and notes at the end of Tuckahoe and the Tuckahoe Randolphs by Jefferson Randolph Anderson, Savannah, Georgia published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume V, page 39. If the birth date is correct and his initials have been reversed, they could be one and the same and misplaced in the other article. The Strother list of the children does not include the Beverly Randolph Jones or Randolph Beverly Jones shown in the Randolph list. If so he is the son of William Strother Jones and his second wife Anne Cary Randolph.

7.       v.       JAMES FITZGERALD JONES, b. 10 September 1822; d. 09 October 1866.

       
Children of William Jones and Ann Randolph are:
       vi.       WILLIAM RANDOLPH5 JONES, d. young.

Notes for WILLIAM RANDOLPH JONES:
William Randolph Jones, son of William Randolph and Lucy Bolling Randolph, died young, per Tuckahoe and the Tuckahoe Randolphs by Jefferson Randolph Anderson, Savannah, GA published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography.

       vii.       FRANCIS BUCKNER JONES, d. 1864, Battle of 1st Cold Harbor during Civil War.

Notes for FRANCIS BUCKNER JONES:
Francis Buckner Jones, son of William Strother Jones and Ann Cary Randolh, killed in Battle of 1st Cold Harbor in 1864 per Tuckahoe and the Tuckahoe Randolphs by Jefferson Randolph Anderson, Savannah, GA published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography.

       viii.       THOMAS BEVERLEY JONES, d. young.

Notes for THOMAS BEVERLEY JONES:
Thomas Beverley Jones, son of William Strother Jones and Ann Cary Randolph, died young per Tuckahoe and the Tuckahoe Randolphs by Jefferson Randolph Anderson, Savannah, GA published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography.

8.       ix.       BEVERLEY RANDOLPH JONES, b. 12 December 1832, Virginia.


Generation No. 4

7. James Fitzgerald5 Jones (William Strother4, William Strother3, Gabriel2, John1) was born 10 September 1822, and died 09 October 1866. He married Anne Lewis Marshall, daughter of Thomas Marshall and Margaret Lewis. She was born 02 August 1823, and died 26 April 1880.

Notes for James Fitzgerald Jones:
James Fitzgerald Jones, son of William Strother Jones and his first wife, Anna Maria Marshall, born 10 September 1822, died 9 October 1866; married 2 January 1845, Anne Lewis Marshall, born 2 August 1823, died 26 April 1880, daughter of Thomas Marshall, born 21 July 1784, died 29 June 1835 (son of Chief Justice John Marshall) by his wife, Margaret Waddop Lewis (1792-1829) married 19 October 1809. Margaret Waddop Lewis was daughter of Fielding Lewis and Agnes Harwood.
Children of James Fitzgerald Jones and Anne Lewis Marshall
1. Cary Randolph Jones, born 21 October 1845 married Charles Shackleford Marshall
2. Thomas Marshall Jones, born 15 September 1848 married Elizabeth Winter Payne
3. Frances B. Jones, born 25 September 1850 married Hugh McIlhany
4. William Strother Jones, born 10 April 1852 married twice: Kate Uhler Smoot; second Minnie Smoot
5. James Fitzgerald Jones, Jr., born 27 July 1853 married twice: Jane Seldon McGuire; Marianna Carter McGuire
6. Fielding Lewis Jones, born 16 March 1855 married Nellie Stanley
7. Agnes Alexander Jones, born 3 August 1859 married Dr. William Samuel Butler
The Strother Family by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 441
       
Children of James Jones and Anne Marshall are:
9.       i.       CARY RANDOLPH6 JONES, b. 21 October 1845, Virginia.
       ii.       THOMAS MARSHALL JONES, b. 15 September 1848; m. ELIZABETH WINTER PAYNE, 23 June 1880.

Notes for THOMAS MARSHALL JONES:
Thomas Marshall Jones, son of James Fitzgerald Jones and Anne Lewis Marshall, born 15 September 1848; married 23 June 1880, Elizabeth Winter Payne per The Strother Family by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 440

       iii.       FRANCES B. JONES, b. 25 September 1850; m. HUGH MCILHANY, 30 April 1884.
       iv.       WILLIAM STROTHER JONES, b. 10 April 1852; m. (1) KATE UHLER SMOOT; b. 1854; d. 1886; m. (2) MINNIE SMOOT, 22 November 1888.

Notes for WILLIAM STROTHER JONES:
William Strother Jones, son of James Fitzgerald Jones and Anne Lewis Marshall, born 10 April 1852; married first 18 December 1876, Kate Uhler Smoot (1854-1886); 2nd on 22 November 1888, Minnie Smoot per The Strother Family by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 441

       v.       JAMES FITZGERALD JONES, JR., b. 27 July 1853; m. (1) JANE SELDON MCGUIRE; b. 1855; d. 1887; m. (2) MARIANNA CARTER MCGUIRE.

Notes for JAMES FITZGERALD JONES, JR.:
James Fitzgerald Jones, Jr., son of James Fitzgeral Jones and Anne Lewis Marshall, born 27 July 1853; married first on 13 August 1879, Jane Seldon McGure (1855-1887); second Marianna Carter McGuire per The Strother Family by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 441

       vi.       FIELDING LEWIS JONES, b. 16 March 1855; m. NELLIE STANLY.

Notes for FIELDING LEWIS JONES:
Fielding Lewis Jones, son of James Fitzgerald Jones and Anne Lewis Marshall, born 16 March 1855; married 17 August 1881, Nellie Stanley per The Strother Family by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 441

       vii.       AGNES ALEXANDER JONES, b. 03 August 1859; m. DOCTOR WILLIAM SAMUEL BUTLER, 22 November 1882.

Notes for AGNES ALEXANDER JONES:
Agnes Alexander Jones, daughter of James Fitzgeral Jones and Anne Lewis Marshall, born 3 August 1859, married 22 November 1882, Dr. William Samuel Butler per The Strother Family by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 441


8. Beverley Randolph5 Jones (William Strother4, William Strother3, Gabriel2, John1) was born 12 December 1832 in Virginia. He married Rebecca Tidball. She was born Abt. 1834 in Virginia.

Notes for Beverley Randolph Jones:
Beverely Randolph Jones, son of William Strother Jones and Ann Cary Randolph, born 12 December 1832, married 1 June 1854, Rebecca Tidball, settled in Winchester and left issue per Tuckahoe and the Tuckahoe Randolphs by Jefferson Randolph Anderson, Savannah, GA published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography.

Household:
1880 FEDERAL CENSUS
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Beverly R. JONES Self M Male W 47 VA Farmer VA VA
Rebecca J. JONES Wife M Female W 46 VA Keeps House VA VA
Lucy B.R.J. JONES Dau S Female W 25 VA At Home VA VA
Alexander T. JONES Son S Male W 23 VA Works On Farm VA VA
Edward M. JONES Son S Male W 19 VA Works On Farm VA VA
Susan M. JONES Dau S Female W 14 VA At Home VA VA
Elizabeth M. JONES Dau S Female W 11 VA At Home VA VA
Mary S. JONES Dau S Female W 7 VA At Home VA VA
Beverly R. JONES Son S Male W 4 VA At Home VA VA
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Source Information:
Census Place Opequon, Frederick, Virginia
Family History Library Film 1255366
NA Film Number T9-1366
Page Number 266D
       
Children of Beverley Jones and Rebecca Tidball are:
       i.       LUCY B. R. J.6 JONES, b. Abt. 1855, Virginia.
       ii.       ALEXANDER T. JONES, b. Abt. 1857.
       iii.       EDWARD M. JONES, b. Abt. 1861.
       iv.       SUSAN M. JONES, b. Abt. 1866.
       v.       ELIZABETH M. JONES, b. Abt. 1869.
       vi.       MARY S. JONES, b. Abt. 1873.
       vii.       BEVERLEY RANDOLPH JONES, JR., b. Abt. 1876.

Generation No. 5

9. Cary Randolph6 Jones (James Fitzgerald5, William Strother4, William Strother3, Gabriel2, John1) was born 21 October 1845 in Virginia. She married Charles Shackleford Marshall 13 December 1866. He was born Abt. 1843 in Virginia.

Notes for Cary Randolph Jones:
Cary Randolph Jones, daughter of James Fitzgerald Jones and Anne Lewis Marshall, born 21 October 1845; married 13 December 1866, Charles Shackleford Marshall per The Strother Family by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, published in Genealogies of Virginia Families from Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume III, page 440

Household:
1880 FEDERAL CENSUS
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
C. S. MARSHALL Self M Male W 37 VA Farmer VA VA
Cary R. MARSHALL Wife M Female W 34 VA House Keeping VA VA
Jas. J. MARSHALL Son S Male W 10 VA At Home VA VA
Jno. MARSHALL Son S Male W 9 VA At Home VA VA
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Source Information:
Census Place Marshall, Fauquier, Virginia
Family History Library Film 1255364
NA Film Number T9-1364
Page Number 58C
       
Children of Cary Jones and Charles Marshall are:
       i.       JAMES J.7 MARSHALL, b. Abt. 1870, Virginia.
       ii.       JOHN MARSHALL, b. Abt. 1871, Virginia.



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