John Tudor, Sr. – Denbigh, Clwyd, Wales


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John Tudor, Sr.

Born: in 1684 in Denbigh, Clwyd, Wales, United Kingdom.

Died: in 1721 in Surry County, Virginia.

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Married: in 1717 to Mary Seat (aka Seate) in Isle of Wight, Virginia.

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Children: John Jr. and Benjamin Tudor.

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“JOHN TUDOR, SR. b. ca. 1695; d. ca. 1721. (A very young man). Little is known about John Tudor, SR. d. intestate 1771 in Surry Co., VA.. Inventory of his estate was filed under JOHN TEDDER in Surry Co., VA.. He left a widow named Mary and 2 young sons- Benjamin Tudor, and John Tudor, Jr. It is known that the widow Mary m2. to the co-administrator of the estate, Henry Rose, some months prior to the filing of the Inventory 1 Ap. 1721. Proof that he left 2 young sons comes from the Deeds & Estate records of Henry Rose, when he explains the relationship to his wife Mary, and refers to them as step-sons when he deeded land to them. John Tudor, SR. had modest household furnishings, some pewter, a Bible, and a Book of Common Prayer (suggesting a link to the Church of England), and shoemaker’s tools along with a ‘parcel of leather. (suggesting he had been a shoemaker by trade).

JOHN TUDOR JR. was b. ca 1720 ; d. 1782 Granville Co., N. C.. It is highly probable that he was born in VA.. He was born no later than 1720 and could have been born a few years earlier. It is believed that he spent his ‘growing up’ years in the Isle of Wight Co., VA. The first record that we have of John Tudor, JR., is a deed to him from his step-father, Henry Rose, in Brunswick, VA, dated 7 June, 1750, which states that both men were living in Brunswick, VA. 

Henry Rose deeded the remainder of the 342 acre tract of land in Brunswick, VA. but reserved interest for himself and his wife, Mary, to reside on the tract. Henry Rose died about 1752 and John Tudor, JR., remained in Brunswick Co., VA., until 1764, when he moved to Granville Co., N.C., with his own family and other TUDOR relatives. John Tudor, JR. m 1st Elizabeth [nee ???] 1749-69. There is no evidence to tell us what her maiden name was. There is evidence that she died before 1762. . and John Tudor, JR., married another Elizabeth Seymour White. There is evidence that she was a daughter of Valentine White, and OUR TUDOR LINE traces to this Elizabeth. The 2nd Elizabeth was the mother of BLUMER TUDOR, our ancestor.

The children of John Tudor, JR., were: A. Phoebe Tudor, b, ca, 1750; m. John Morris. B. Henry Tudor, b. ca. 1752; d. by 1782; m. Nancy, C. John Tudor III, b. 1754, had a R/W pension. A R/W soldier who went to Madison Co., KY..

He m. 1st 1779 in Granville, N.C.; to Martha Search. He m. 2nd to Frances Phillips, m 3rd to Elizabeth White. These were the children of his 1st wife.

Children of his 2nd wife were: D. Valentine Tudor, b. 1764; m. Granville Co., N.C., to Elizabeth Hicks. Valentine Tudor had a R/W pension. E. Tabitha Tudor, b. 1766, m. 1784 Granville Co., N.C., to Pleasant Whitlow. F. Winifred Tudor, b. ca. 1769; m. James Long. G. BLUMER TUDOR, (our ancestor), b. 1770-72 Granville Co., N.C.; m. 21 May, 1795 in Madison Co., KY. to CHARITY TURNER. (more later). H. Daniel Tudor, b. 1774; m. Nancy Moberly. I. Anne Tudor, b. ca. 1777, m. Samuel Moberly. During the migration in 1785-1787, the widow Elizabeth took her 6 youngest children to Madison Co., KY., with her eldest son Valentine & his family. There is evidence that some of her older children joined her there. She died in Madison Co., KY., amongst her children.” source: 9 September 2015 by ColeScottCameron1, FamilySearch.org Website

 

 

 

All of our Ancestors Emigrated To America Legally


LEGAL IMMIGRANTS

All of our ancestors emigrated to America legally, worked for what they wanted, and never took welfare. They called America = Krasna Amerika.

The TUDOR’s emigrated from England and Wales.

The MCCANN’s emigrated from Ireland.

My FREDERICK and MAZAC’s emigrated from Moravia.

My LUND’s emigrated from Norway.

My OLSSON’s emigrated from Sweden.

My HAMMELL’s emigrated from Scotland.

My LINDERMAN ancestors emigrated from Germany, and resided in Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1740. They helped to form these United States.

I still cannot fathom why so many millions of people immigrate to America to escape Communism and for freedom, yet they attempt to change America into the third world hell hole that they crawled out of!

My LINDERMAN ancestors came legally, worked for what they wanted, and did not accept charity. They did not expect others to feed, or clothe them or their families. They helped to build this grand Republic of ours. They served in our military in every war.

I will honor their work and sacrifices by standing up for and speaking out against the Communist N.W.O. takeover of our great nation. God, please help us to save America. 

Henry Tudor – Brunswick, Virginia


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Henry Tudor

Birth: 1752 

Brunswick, Brunswick, Virginia, American Colonies

Son of John Tudor, Jr. and Elizabeth Seymour Tudor
Married: 
about 1774 in Granville, North Carolina to Nancy Harris
Children:
Kinsey Luther, Sr., Susannah, John, Henry, Joel H., Phebe, Nancy Harris, and Absolum H. Tudor 
Death:
Burial
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John Tudor, Jr. – Greenville, Pitts, North Carolina


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John Tudor Jr. 

Birth

Married: 1748
Brunswick County, Virginia
Elizabeth Fraser
 
Burial
Non-Cemetery Burial
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Record added: Mar 20, 2016
Find A Grave Memorial# 159792522

“JOHN TUDOR, SR. b. ca. 1695; d. ca. 1721. (A very young man). Little is known about John Tudor, SR. d. intestate 1771 in Surry Co., VA.. Inventory of his estate was filed under JOHN TEDDER in Surry Co., VA.. He left a widow named Mary and 2 young sons- Benjamin Tudor, and John Tudor, JR.

It is known that the widow Mary m2. to the co-administrator of the estate, Henry Rose, some months prior to the filing of the Inventory 1 Ap. 1721. Proof that he left 2 young sons comes from the Deeds & Estate records of Henry Rose, when he explains the relationship to his wife Mary, and refers to them as step-sons when he deeded land to them. John Tudor, SR. had modest household furnishings, some pewter, a Bible, and a Book of Common Prayer (suggesting a link to the Church of England), and shoemaker’s tools along with a ‘parcel of leather. (suggesting he had been a shoemaker by trade).

JOHN TUDOR JR. was b. ca 1720 ; d. 1782 Granville Co., N. C.. It is highly probable that he was born in VA.. He was born no later than 1720 and could have been born a few years earlier. It is believed that he spent his ‘growing up’ years in the Isle of Wight Co., VA.. The first record that we have of John Tudor, JR., is a deed to him from his step-father, Henry Rose, in Brunswick Vo., VA., dated 7 June, 1750, which states that both men were living in Brunswick Vo., VA.. Henry Rose deeded the remainder of the 342 acre tract of land in Brunswick Co., VA., but reserved interest for himself and his wife, Mary, to reside on the tract. Henry Rose died about 1752 and John Tudor, JR., remained in Brunswick Co., VA., until 1764, when he moved to Granville Co., N.C., with his own family and other TUDOR relatives. John Tudor, JR. m 1st Elizabeth [nee ???] 1749-69. There is no evidence to tell us what her maiden name was. There is evidence that she died before 1762. . and John Tudor, JR., married another Elizabeth. There is evidence that she was a daughter of Valentine White, and OUR TUDOR LINE traces to this Elizabeth. The 2nd Elizabeth was the mother of BLUMER TUDOR, our ancestor.

The children of John Tudor, JR., were: A. Phoebe Tudor, b, ca, 1750; m. John Morris. B. Henry Tudor, b. ca. 1752; d. by 1782; m. Nancy, C. John Tudor III, b. 1754, had a R/W pension. A R/W soldier who went to Madison Co., KY..

He m. 1st 1779 in Granville Co., N.C.; to Martha Search. He m. 2nd to Frances Phillips, m 3rd to Elizabeth White. These were the children of his 1st wife.

Children of his 2nd wife were: D. Valentine Tudor, b. 1764; m. Granville Co., N.C., to Elizabeth Hicks. Valentine Tudor had a R/W pension. E. Tabitha Tudor, b. 1766, m. 1784 Granville Co., N.C., to Pleasant Whitlow. F. Winefred Tudor, b. ca. 1769; m. James Long. G. BLUMER TUDOR, (our ancestor), b. 1770-72 Granville Co., N.C.; m. 21 May, 1795 in Madison Co., KY. to CHARITY TURNER. (more later). H. Daniel Tudor, b. 1774; m. Nancy Moberly. I. Anne Tudor, b. ca. 1777, m. Samuel Moberly. During the migration in 1785-1787, the widow Elizabeth took her 6 youngest children to Madison Co., KY., with her eldest son Valentine & his family. There is evidence that some of her older children joined her there. She died in Madison Co., KY., amongst her children.”

source: 9 September 2015 by ColeScottCameron1

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Moravian Traditional Music


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Moravian traditional music represents a part of the European musical culture connected with the regions around the western Carpathian Mountains. Many styles of Moravian traditional music exist, varying by location and function, but much of it is characterized by a specific melodic and harmonic texture related to the Eastern European musical world. According to Czech musicologist Jiří Plocek, Moravia  is the area where the European East musically meets the West.

Moravian folk bands are mainly centered around a string section and a large cimbalom, which are often complemented by other instruments. Moravian traditional music influenced many Czech classical composers’ work, especially Leoš Janáček, who was at the forefront of the Moravian folklore movement. Towards the end of the 20th century, Moravian folk music had a noticeable influence on the Czech jazz scene, and folk songs have been adapted into rock bands‘ repretoires. Today, there are…

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Jesse Gee Tudor


Jesse Gee Tudor

 

Birth: 1811
Barren County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Nov. 30, 1863

Bald Knob, Tippah County
Mississippi, USA 

He was named after his maternal Grandmother Winifred Gee.

Married Elizabeth Jane “Betsy” (Boone) Cutbirth on 19 June 1833 in Hardeman County, Tennessee.

Jesse & Betsy had fifteen children together:
Elizabeth “Eliza” Jane (Garrett), William Duncan “W.D.”, John Glaze “J.G”, Martha Gee (Patton), Thomas Benton “T.B.”, Tilmon Woodard “T.W.”, Mary Elizabeth “M. E.”, Daniel Kinsey, Hardy Strickland “H.S.”, I. F., Julia Frances “J.F.” (Hopkins), Jesse Benjamin “J.B.”, Melissa Ann (Taylor), James Buchanan, and Robert Sanford “R.S.” Bowers Tudor.

He was a Confederate soldier in the 7th.Cavalry, Co. H, in the Civil War in Tippah County, Mississippi.

He died on 30 November 1863 at Bald Knob Hill, Tippah County, Mississippi. Exact location of burial is unknown. 

His parents were: (K.L.) Kinsey Luther Tudor and Winifred “Winnie” (Gee) Tudor.

His grandparents were: Henry Tudor and Nancy (Harris) Tudor of Brunswick County, Virginia.

Family links: 
Parents:
Kinsey Luther Tudor (1775 – 1811)
Winifred Gee Tudor (1780 – 1848)

Spouse:
Elizabeth “Eliza” Jane Boone Cutbirth Tudor (1815 – 1897)

Children:
Elizabeth Jane Tudor Garrett (1834 – 1906)
William Duncan Tudor (1836 – 1865)
Martha Gee Tudor Patton (1839 – 1876)
Tilmon Woodard Tudor (1841 – 1916)
Thomas Benton Tudor (1842 – 1917)
Robert Sanford Bower Tudor (1859 – 1943)

Burial: Bald Knob Hill, Tippah County, Mississippi
Body lost or destroyed
Specifically: Confederate soldier 
killed during Civil War

J. Tudor (First_Last)
Regiment Name 7 Mississippi Cavalry.
Side Confederate
Company  H
Soldier’s Rank_In  Private
Soldier’s Rank_Out  Private
Alternate Name  J./Tuter
Notes
Film Number M232 roll 41

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Record added: May 28, 2012
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Elizabeth “Eliza” Jane “Betsy” Boone Cutbirth Tudor


Birth: 1815

Maury County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Oct. 21, 1897
Erath County
Texas, USA

Married Jesse Gee Tudor on 19 June 1833 in Hardeman County, Tennessee.

Jesse & Betsy had fifteen children together:

Elizabeth “Eliza” Jane (Garrett), William Duncan “W.D.”, Elizabeth (Rowland), John Glaze “J.G”, Martha Gee (Patton), Thomas Benton “T.B.”, Tilman Woodard “T.W.”, Mary Elizabeth “M. E.”, Daniel Kinsey, Hardy Strickland “H.S.”, I. F., Julia Frances “J.F.” (Hopkins), Jesse Benjamin “J.B.”, Melissa Ann (Taylor), James Buchanan, Tilghman N, and Robert Sanford “R.S.” Bowers Tudor.

Family links:
Spouse:
Jesse Gee Tudor (1811 – 1863)

Children:
Elizabeth Jane Tudor Garrett (1834 – 1906)
William Duncan Tudor (1836 – 1865)
Martha Gee Tudor Patton (1839 – 1876)
Tilmon Woodard Tudor (1841 – 1916)
Thomas Benton Tudor (1842 – 1917)
Robert Sanford Bower Tudor (1859 – 1943)

Inscription:
“Wife of Jessie G. Tudor / Aged 82 Years”

Burial:
Ramsey Cemetery
Stephenville
Erath County
Texas, USA

Created by: Ken Jones
Record added: Sep 08, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15668912

 

My Family Research


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I have already made my wishes clear to my family in case I die before them, that I want a copy of my thirty years of research to be donated to Clayton Genealogical in Houston, Texas, and a copy also to the George Memorial Library in Richmond, Texas.

My ultimate goal all along has been to write a book about my families, but I had to revise that plan to write several books on each branch of my family. I have too much for one book, and not all of my family will care about the other branches of our family as I have been. I love all history, not just family history, and not just my families history. 

I had a dream years ago about me dying and people just throwing things away, because they meant nothing to them.

Well, it means a hell of a lot to me. My son promised to handle according to my wishes. I have gathered and transcribed thousands of people’s data. The more I thought about it, I was so grateful that I had already transcribed all of the information from the records that I have in my possession.

Some of my many resources were:

  1. My maternal grandfather, Harry William Linderman, and great grandfather, Edward Francis Linderman’s family records and pictures.
  2. My maternal great aunt Gladys Serena Linderman Nelson provided me with information and pictures on the Linderman and Nelson families.
  3. The Palen Pedigree Chart that I received from my mother, Jean Marie Linderman Frederick Mancill, that she received in 1970 from Virginia Palen Long, her cousin, that were compiled by Vernon Walser Palen in 1965.
  4. My paternal grandmother, Elizabeth Annie “Bessie” Mazac Frederick’s Family Reunion notebook, that I transcribed all records from, The handwritten Mazac Family Reunion notebook that I received in 1995 from my Mazac Ancestors. I was the 1995-1998 President of the Mazac Reunion held in Circleville, Williamson County, Texas. The notebook has been damaged through a flood in 2001 in Houston, Harris County, Texas, from Tropical Storm Allison, but I salvaged it and still have it in 2016 as of this writing. 
  5. My paternal aunt, Agnes Rainie Frederick Christ, provided me with many old photos of the Czech-Moravian families on our tree.
  6. My paternal Czech-Moravian cousin, Louis Joseph Havelka’s records, recieved from his wife, Bernice Cernosek Havelka through verbal conversations with in 1995 provided information on the Havelka family.
  7. The FamilySearch.org and Findagrave.com websites have helped me immensely. 
  8. My mother-in-law, Annie Mae McCann Tudor, provided me with photos and information on the McCann and the Tudor families.
  9. My maternal second cousin, Roy Leonard Nelson, Jr. gave me information on the Nelson families. 

There are many more sources but these are the ones that were on the top of my list. I will add more later as time allows.