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20151 youngest son? MORLEY, Robert (I37720)
20152 Yr bro. of Thos 1st earl of Derby. KG 232: 1487. STANLEY, Sir William KG (I15590)
20153 Yr co-heir. FITZALAN, Catherine (I16301)
20154 Yr da & co-heir.
m. 1218, John de Botreaux.
Living 1244. 
de NEWMARCH, Hawise (I20034)
20155 yr dau of late William, of Ballina. Sister m W O McCormick HEARNE, Charlotte (I11989)
20156 Yr dau. & co-heir
m 2 Sir John Dedham 
BOTELER, Joane (I20043)
20157 Yr dau. &, in her issue, co-heir. Executor to her father-in-law. GRANDISON, Agnes (I15810)
20158 Yr dau. and co-heir. de CREVEQUER, Eleanor (I16263)
20159 Yr dau. Co-heir, sole in her issue, of bro. Edmund. 1st wife. HAUDLO, Elizabeth (I30816)
20160 yr of Kirkby Ireleth KIRKBY, Sir Alexander (I23499)
20161 Yr son
Founder of Norfolk branch and the Barony of Munchensy 
de MUNCHENSY, Warin (I16499)
20162 Yr son
The Pigot Roll of 1598 agrees with the Yorks 1563-4 Visitation about his parents, Geoffrey P. and Margaret Sowerby, but the two sources diverge before that, getting generations and wives respectively confused. Heaven knows which is right! 
PIGOT, Richard (I15698)
20163 Yr son PIGOT, John (I15694)
20164 yr son CARLETON, Edward (I38636)
20165 Yr son. de PATSHUL, Hugh Bishop of Lichfield (I15135)
20166 Yr. dau. & co-heir, incl her half of the feudal barony of Bramber, Sussex de BREWES, Joan (I19491)
20167 Yr. dau. and co-heir, possibly to the barony de FELTON, Eleanor (I16315)
20168 yr. son VANCE, Dr. Charles Sevier (I4367)
20169 yr. son VANCE, Ella Anna (I2583)
20170 Yst dau and co-heir DUTTON, Lucy (I12904)
20171 Yst. dau. and co-heir de THURNHAM, Eleanor (I16619)
20172 Yvette Marie Lester, 48, of Lynco, WV passed away on Sunday December 29, 2013 at Cabell Huntington Hospital, Huntington, WV following
a short battle with cancer. She was born September 26, 1965 in Man, WV a daughter of Calvin Lonnie Vance and the late Ardney Irene
Browning Vance. In addition to her mother she was preceded in death by her husband Freddie Lee Lester, Sr. and a daughter Amber Dawn
Lester. She was a loving mother, grandmother, sister and friend. Survivors include her father Calvin Lonnie Vance of Princeton; a daughter
Misty Lynn (Eric) Lusk of Oceana; two sons Freddie Lee (Marshella) Lester of Cyclone and Calvin James (Ashley) Lester of Man; two
grandchildren Cayden Hagerman and Aaliyah Lester; three sisters Flo (Freddy) Belcher and Dolly Hendricks both of Man, Yvonne Belcher of
Oceana; two brothers Steven Vance of Oceana and Johnny (Tina) Vance of Welch Pineville Road; 
VANCE, Yvette Marie (I38642)
20173 yyy
At marriage both "of this parish"
C1841 living at Little Danard, Hurstpierpoint as Ag Lab

C1851 living at Copyhold Farm, Cuckfield farming 126 acres with one employee
When Sarah died in 1868 she was living in Newick and John was shown as a farmer 
Family F14288
20174 yyy
Butcher Richard wid and Hannah Marchant widow married Ditchling by Licence 
Family F14085
20175 yyy
C1841"Ellen" living with grandfather John at Little Park
C187 she was a widow resident at 18, University Street, Tottenham Court Road , M i ddlesex and acted as the lawful Attorney of Eleanor Bull, her niece
C1881 she lived with her daughter Eleanor and son Arthur W. at 11, Great Cor a m S treet, St. George Bloomsbury, London. She was a Lodging House Keeper 
MARCHANT, Eleanor (I22207)
20176 yyy
Gent. Mentioned in father's will. 
MARCHANT, James (I22181)
20177 yyy
MARCHANT, Lettice (I20505)
20178 yyy
Probably died as a result of complications in the birth of her son John 
ORGLAS, Ann (I21330)
20179 yyy MARCHANT, Thomas (Twin) (I22271)
20180 yyy MARCHANT, Richard (Twin) (I22270)
20181 yyy MARCHANT, Anne (I21821)
20182 yyy BULL, John (I21120)
20183 yyy Emma Jane (I20904)
20184 yyy HOOPER, Mary Ann (I20879)
20185 yyy MARCHANT, William (I20875)
20186 yyy BODLE, Elizabeth (I20869)
20187 yyy RIDGE, Samuel (I20862)
20188 yyy BUNN, NN (I20861)
20189 yyy MARCHANT, Susan (I20858)
20190 yyy RIDGE, Stephen (I20833)
20191 yyy Family F13973
20192 Zachary's parents are David Wilson Vance, & Lucinda Mann Vance, born in Missouri, the family moved to California, Zachary was a registered voter in California from 1868 to 1877. He is a brother to Robert Thompson Vance who is buried in the Carey City Cemetery.

1868 - San Joaquin, California 
VANCE, Zachary Taylor (I37343)
20193 Zada had previously married Jerry Railey, and had daughter Montana and son Clyde STEWART, Zada E (I15730)
20194 Zeb’s older brother, Robert, wrote about the Vance name, stating their ancestry was from Normandy: Devaux in France, Vaux in Scotland and England and Vance in Ireland.

Commanded 29th NC Infantry, eventually captured.
6 terme in Congress, asst. commissioner of US Patents (see ‘Governor Vance’ by Cordelia Camp and ‘Vance Birthplace’ by Robert Conway)

State of North Carolina
County of Buncombe
I, Robert B. Vance now residing at Alexander in the County and state aforesaid do make and publish this my last will and testament ... to my son, David Vance ... I now reside in the Alexander Hotel ... which I own jointly with my son, James N. Vance ... to my son, Zebulon F. Vance ... to my daughter, Mary Cox ... for the use of her daughter, Harriet Cox ... to my wife, Lizzie R. Vance ... direct that my body be buried in Riverside Cemetery at Asheville, NC ... that my former wife remains be removed and reinterred next to me with room reserved for the burial of my wife, Lizzie ... Next follows a statement concerning land purchased from A. M. Alexander and mentioning the following names Wm. F. Davidson, H. C. Davidson, Theo Davidson, Miss Morrison Shepherd.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal too this my last will and testament this the 21st day of February AD 1898.
Signed: Robert V. Vance.
Signed, sealed and declared by us as witnesses: A. J. Davidson W. F. Davidson A. L. Hunter.
Severally sworn and subscribed before me this the 7th day of May 1900, Marcus Erwin, CSC. 
VANCE, Robert Brank (I1294)
20195 Zeferino-Ramirez Memorial Chapel VANCE, Claude Wayne (I21122)
20196 Zelma Vance 
PERRIN, Zelma Ella Deliah (I17696)
20197 [01/11/2010] Daph Wilson: Just talked to Fay, She had on her birth certificate Male died aged 1 day but had not ever heard about it from her mum except she said she had several misscarriages between having Roger and Val and thought she may not have any other children. WILSON, John (I36787)
20198 [AlexVance.GED]

MILITARY SERVICE; Joined/enrolled in Confederate army, Capt. Basham's Co, Churchill's Regiment (also known as Co. C., 1st Regiment - obtained from pay records from confederate army) Arkansas Mt. Rifles, Fort Smith, Ark on June 6, 1861 - traveling 65 miles with horse valued at $80, Horse equipt. $10. On furlough to Ark. July & Aug 1863. Furlough expired Sept 15, 1863. Dropped from roles.
Union Army: Enrolled Clarksville, Ark. March 28, 1864 as a private in Co. I, 2nd Regiment ARK Infantry. Discharged Aug 8, 1865 as a cpl.
Benjamin O. Skaggs, Corporal, 4th Arkansas Infantry Enlisted 3/28/1864 at age 30 in Clarksville, Arkansas. Pension application ruled invalid. Died 7/30/1913
In the 1870 U. S. Census, he was living in Saloma, Taylor County, Kentucky. He was family #45. He was listed as age 39 and a farmer. Missouri was age 25 and keeping house. Besides John B., age 3, there are Ruth J., age 3, William F., age 2, and Robert W., age 1. Also on this census, Lucinda Skaggs, B. O.'s mother was living on her own property next door to him. On the other side, Rebecca Jane and her husband, Henry Field and their large family of nine, were living.
In the 1880 Taylor County Census for the Oak Hill Precinct, Ben O. Skaggs was family 19. He was 45 years old, a Farmer born in Kentucky. His wife, Missouri, was 36 years old. The children were: John B., 15; Ruth, 13; William F., 11; Robert, 10; McLin, 9; Sarah, 8; Jefferson, 6; Alfred T., 5; and Mary Lou, age 2 years.
Benjamin was known as "One-eyed Ben," because of an eye injury suffered in the Civil War. Benjamin O. Skaggs is listed in the 1897 Taylor County Census. Three of his children are attending Poplar Grove School and they live in the Clipper post office area of Taylor County. The children listed are:
Ples C. b. 6 Mar 1884
Richard C. b. 8 Apr 1887
James B. b. 12 Aug 1889
In 1900 he appears in the Taylor County federal census. He and his wife, Mary, and children are family #209 in the Oak Hill district. They have been married 15 years and have 5 children, all at home when the census was taken.
In 1910 he appears in the Taylor County federal census. Still living in the Oak Hill district. They have been married 25 years and Mary is listed as the mother of 5 living children. Three of them are still at home: Pleasant C., Samuel C., and Cattie H. The census indicates Ben has been married twice and Mary once.

In his later years, family history relates that he was not always a pleasant person. He came in drunk one night. Betty, the children, and the dogs were sitting by the fireplace. It was cold and they had a big fire going in the fireplace. B.O. picked up Grandma Betty (she was a very small woman) and threw her in the fireplace. Son, Robert, about 17 years old, picked up the iron poker and knocked his father unconscious. He hit him so hard that it bent the poker. Family history says this poker is still around but we do not know who has it. While B.O. was out, Robert left home and went to Indianapolis. He thought for years that he had killed his father. He did not find out differently until he returned home many years later. 
SKAGGS, Benjamin Owen (I9307)
20199 [AlexVance.GED]

According to the book, James Money, Kentucky Pioneer, Derwood's half brothers were Rae and Guy Milby. His half sisters were Bobby Money, Helen Henderson and Lucy Milby. (Bobby Money was Robert (Bobby) Ellen Morris. HSM) 
MILBY, Derwood (I9554)
20200 [AlexVance.GED]

According to the report on the American Perkins (Pirkins; Purkins) Line prepared by Arvin T. Henderson of Portola Valley, California and his daughter Susan A. Henderson of Winnetka, Illinois; Richard married Ann Elizabeth (Bet) Marr, daughter of Rachel (Milby) Marr and granddaughter of John Reuben Milby and Nancy Ann Vance, on 3/18/1869. He served in the Confederate Army with the Fifth Calvary Regiment of Kentucky Volunteers under Gen. John Hunt Morgan, then operated a store in Summersville, Kentucky until his death in 1883. Bet kept the family in Green County until 1891, when she moved them to Breckinridge County, Kentucky to be near her brother William Fields Marr. 
MORGAN, Richard V. (I9896)

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