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Descendants of Jane Owsley Gregg, daughter of Major Thomas Owsley (1658-1700)

Descendants of Jane Owsley Gregg, daughter of Major Thomas Owsley (1658-1700)

the Gregg, Peak(e), Jacobs, Moseley and related families

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Published by Owsley Family Historical Society in [S.l.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gregg family.,
  • Gregg, Jane Owsley -- Family.,
  • Peake family.,
  • Jacobs family.,
  • Mosley family.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 287-291) and index.

    Statementedited by Thomas W. Spalding ; with the assistance of O. William Schumm, Jr.
    ContributionsSpalding, Thomas W., Schumm, O. William., Owsley Family Historical Society.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.G8175 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 327 p. :
    Number of Pages327
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3657940M
    LC Control Number2002512857
    OCLC/WorldCa49262653

      James Gregg married Jane Owsley, daughter of Major Thomas Owsley of England. They spent their lives in Stafford County, Virginia. James Gregg died soon after He was a tobacco tender in Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co. Virginia. Their children were: (probably) James Gregg b. , d. after and before Lucy Gregg b. , d. after. The Two Wives of Thomas Owsley II "There’s More to the Story" By Ronny O. Bodine. This article was first published in the December issue. of the Owsley Family Historical Society Newsletter.. Author’s note: The Two Wives of Thomas Owsley, published in the September Newsletter, certainly generated more interest than any other article in recent years.

    2. Thomas2 Owsley (Major Thomas1) was born Abt. August , and died Child of Thomas Owsley is: + 3 i. John Sr.3 Owsley, born ; died December Generation No. 3. 3. John Sr.3 Owsley (Thomas2, Major Thomas1) was born , and died December He married Ann Stephens, daughter of Robert T. Stephens. Notes for John Sr. Owsley.   The creator of the dancing bear logo and designer of the Wall of Sound for the Grateful Dead, Augustus Owsley Stanley III, better known by his nickname, Bear, was one of the most iconic figures in the cultural revolution that changed both America and the world during the 's Brand: St. Martin''s Publishing Group.

      The Federal Census found John and Jane Gregg living on a property valued at $1, with all of their named children listed above except for John H. Gregg. Also enumerated with the family was Cornelius T. Healy, 34, born in Ireland and described as a pauper. A John Gregg, residence unknown, purchased 40 acres of federal land for $50 in. Direct male descendants of Thomas Owsley III, John Owsley I, Newdigate Owsley and Weldon Owsley have participated in the Owsley Surname DNA Project. The Y-Chromosome DNA results for all of these participants should have been the same or close to the same, as all descend from these Owsley brothers.


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Descendants of Jane Owsley Gregg, daughter of Major Thomas Owsley (1658-1700) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Descendants of Jane Owsley Gregg, Daughter of Major Thomas Owsley (): The Gregg, Peak(e), Jacobs, Moseley and Related Families O. William Schumm Owsley Family Historical Society, - pages. Get this from a library. Descendants of Jane Owsley Gregg, daughter of Major Thomas Owsley (): the Gregg, Peak(e), Jacobs, Moseley and related families.

[Thomas W Spalding; O William Schumm; Owsley Family Historical Society.;] -- Jane Owsley was born in about Her parents were Thomas Owsley and Anne Harris. She married James Gregg, son of Thomas Gregg and Lucy Heaberd.

Note that this is a heavy and oversized book, so additional postage will be required for international or priority orders. ~LL~ [P] Looks at the ancestry of, and traces the known descendants of, Jane Owsley Gregg, daughter of Major Thomas Owsley ().Manufacturer: Owsley Family Historical Society.

Descendants of Jane Owsley Gregg, daughter of Major Thomas Owsley (): the Gregg, Peak(e), Jacobs, Moseley and related families / edited by Thomas.

NOTES:Born in Stoke-Coursey, now Family Historical Society shows Major Thomas Owsley to be buried on Fort Belvoir Military Reservation in Fairfax County, Virginia, formerly his plantation in Stafford County, Jane Riggs Curci on Janu AboutMajor Thomas Owsley married Ann Harris, apparently the only child of Lieutenant William.

JANE OWSLEY. Jane Owsley was born about She married James Gregg. On 2 JuneThomas Gregg, Jr. deeded his brother James Gregg, a portion of the acres between branches of the Occoquan River and Neabsco Run patented to him 14 Apr (NN Grants, II, p.

; Stafford Co. Deeds and Wills,p. ; Prince William Co. Deeds, A, p. ).Children: James Gregg, Thomas Gregg, John Gregg, Lettice Gregg, Lucy Moseley. MAJOR THOMAS OWSLEY. OF STAFFORD COUNTY, VIRGINIA. The following account was first published in Thomas Owsley - A Virginia Gentleman (), by Ronny O.

Bodine and again in The Ancestry of Dorothea Poyntz, Wife of Rev. John Owsley, First Preliminary Edition (), by Ronny O. Bodine and Brother Thomas W. Spalding, and with slight revisions in the Second Preliminary Edition. The Descendants of Jane Owsley Gregg - Daughter of Major Thomas Owsley: The Gregg, Peak(e), Jacobs, Moseley,and Related Families, edited by Thomas W.

Spalding. This collaborative work covers a previously unpublished line of Maj. Thomas Owsley down to the threshold of the 20th century. Biography. Thomas Owsley. The birth and baptism of Thomas Owsley, son of the Rev. John and Dorothea (Poyntz) Owsley, were recorded in his father's own hand at St.

Andrew's Church in Stoke-Coursey (Stogursey), Somerset: "Thomas Owsley the sonne of John and Dorothy Owsley borne the 11th day of June about three of the closke in the morning and baptized the 11th day of July. Search for content in message boards. Names or keywords. Advanced Search. All Boards.

McLean - Family History & Genealogy Message Board. Subject. Moseley Mosley milan malin mellon peak peak gregg owsley march redman. 4 Sep Lester from Warren Forsythe Notice there ancestor #14 is named Jane Owsley.

The book is Descendants of Jane Owsley Gregg, edited by Thomas W. Spalding pub by Owsley Family Historical Society abbreviated OFHS I obtained the book by sending $ to an address listed on that website under PUBLICATIONS.

I believe the book will remain in print for about another week; so send in your money today if you want that book. Major Thomas Owsley is the father of all of the Owsley's in America, and his descendants have been diligent in researching his roots.

The family name could be traced even further than shown here, were it not for a bomb in which destroyed the records. His mother's line, however, turns out. Thomas owsley was a prominent citizen and major land owner in Northern Virginia. Thomas was a member of the Overwharton Parish in stanfford County, Virginia and later a member of Hamilton Parish in Prince William Co a resected man of the area,Thomas served a pilot and chain carrier in numerous surveys in northern Thomas Owsley was born on March 27in Stafford County, Virginia, to Major Thomas Owsley and Ann Wheeler.

Thomas had 3 siblings: Poyntz Owsley, Jane Gregg and Ann Kent. Thomas married Ann Owsley inat age 31 in Prince William County, Virginia. Lucy married Mary.

Mary Notes for Frances Peake: book: Descendants of jane Owsley Gregg, Daughter of Major Thomas Owsley: The Gregg, Peak(e), Jacobs, Moseley, and Related Families. Edited by Thomas W. Spalding with the assistance of O. William Schumm, Jr. copyright PAGE 22 More About Frances Peake. Descendants of Jane Owsley Gregg, Daughter of Major Thomas Owsley ( O.

William Schumm Snippet view - Genealogy and history of the 4/5(2). "An important document in establishing the offspring of Major Thomas Owsley is a deed of partition dated 29 March in the records of Prince William County. It reveals that on 24 March /8 William Harris composed his will leaving all of his land in Stafford County to his granddaughters, Jane and Anne Owsley, to be equally divided between.

The book is Descendants of Jane Owsley Gregg, edited by Thomas W. Spalding pub by Owsley Family Historical Society, I obtained the book by sending $ made out to OFHS, send to Bill Schumm Madison Circle, Falmouth VA (copied from that website under PUBLICATIONS) ; !-!owsley family historical society URL about their.

Father-in-Law of Thomas Owsley. Lineage Societies. Who Recognize Owsley Ancestors. OWSLEY BIBLE RECORDS. OWSLEY DEED RECORDS. OWSLEY ROYAL ANCESTRY. OWSLEY WILLS. The Middleton Family.

Thomas Owsley III () and His Wife Mary Middleton () The Stephens Family. John Owsley (c) and His Wife Ann Stephens. The West Family. THE THOMAS BOOK, published in New York City,records it as the Arms of Sir Rhys ap Thomas (Knight of the Garter), the Thomases descended from him, and many allied lines.

It has been used for generations by other American branches of the Thomas family. — Thomas Family History, Lewis J. Thomas and James Lewis Thomas. Here is a chart that features the ancestry of Gateway Ancestor MAJ Thomas Owsley of the the Stafford County, Virginia militia.

Inthat he was taken prisoner by Algerian pirates and was ransomed by the villagers of Glooston, the parish in Leicestershire, England where his father wa s them serving as rector.

Through his mother he is a.Sources [] Plantagenet Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Richardson, Douglas and Kimball G. Everingham, (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., ), [] Genealogical Facts of the Owsley Family in England and America, Harry Bryan Owsley, (Chicago: Wisconsin Historical Society, ), 50[] Beginning at the White Oak: Patents and Northern Neck .THOMAS OWSLEY (b.

Jd. Octo ) THOMAS OWSLEY (son of JOHN OWSLEY and Dorothea Poyntz) was born J in Stogursey, Somersetshire, England, and died Octo in Stafford County, married Anne Harris in Jamaica, daughter of William Harris Jr and Jane (Harris). Notes for THOMAS OWSLEY.