CHAPTER 10

OTHERS

Amon Hail, born June 16, 1759, Rowan, NC. Died Sept 30, 1843, Washington Co. Tn. Married Mary Haile. He moved with his Father's family from NC to Bedford Co. Va. , to Baltimore Co. Md., then to Watauga Settlement. During the revolution he served by guarding the ammunition of the magazine while the British Fleet was in Chesapeake Bay. He applied for pension and served with Lloyd Ford, Jr.

Coale-Grant-Garret-Dennis-Stone

Lineage Born-Married-Died Spouse

Lloyd Ford, Jr 1748-1780-1843 Mary Wood

Mary Grant Lloyd Ford, Sr.

Elizabeth Coale 1692- Alex. Grant Jr.

Johannah Garret 1675- -1710 John Coale

Dennis Garrett 1650- -1791 Barbara Stone

Mary Dennis - - Francis Garrett

John Dennis Sr. - - Barbary Dennis



William Coale, a Quaker, appeared in what is now A. A. Co. Md. sometime early in the 17th. Century. His second wife, Hannah, had a son named William, who had a son named Thomas. Thomas owned a plantation,,called Coles Harbor, which is known today as Baltimore Harbor. Thomas Coles son, John, b. 1669, d. 1746, married Johannah Garret. b. 1675, d.1710.

John Cole

Elizabeth Cole

Children;

William Coale

Dennis Garret Coale

Elizabeth Coale

Sarah Coale.

The early Colonial Court Records for Northumberland Co. Va. Vol. 2, reveal that Barbary Dennis, b. England, bereaved mother and widow, was administrator of the estates of her son, John, Jr., deceased 7-31-1652 and her husband, John, Sr. deceased 9-4-1652. Sons Richard and Paschall were mentioned in the settlement of the estates, 11-25-1652; Also daughter Mary Garrett was given her portion of the estates. (Col. Abstracts, Northumberland Co. Va., Vol 19 & 20)



Lineage Born-Married-Died Spouse

Barbara Stone - - Dennis Garrett

Thomas Stone 1647 - - Christiana

Capt. Wm. Stone 1595- - Elizabeth Spriggs

Wm. Stone is thought to have sailed from England in the year of 1621, to Chesapeake Bay, Virginia. He was listed on the passenger list as Maxillan Stone, age 25. Capt William Stone was proclaimed Justice of Accomak in Northumberland Co. Va. In 1640, and commissioned to become Governor of Maryland in 1648. He went to Maryland shortly afterwards, taking around 500 nonconformist with him.

Johannah Garrett was the daughter of Dennis Garrett, b. 1650-51. d. Sept 1, 1891, and Barbara Stone, b. 1652, m. 1667-8. They had another daughter, Frances, b. 1670.

Dennis Garrett was the son of Francis Garrett, b. 1610 and married Mary Dennis, 1849.

Francis Garrett sailed June 6, 1635 from Gravesend, England, for Virginia, on the Thomas and John, at the age of 25. Sir Thomas Girrard Garrett, Knight of Bryan, (Hotton) was his Grandfather and John Garrett was his Father.

Elizabeth Coale, b. Oct 3, 1692, m. Alexander Grant, Jr. had daughter Mary Grant who married Lloyd Ford, Sr. b. 1727, Baltimore Co. Md.

Alexander Grant, Jr. is the son of Alexander Grant.

b. Edinburg, Scotland, and Sarah Hambleton, married Oct. 17,1709. Family records for thr Hambleton family can be found in St. James Church in Poole, England.

Mary Hambleton is the Daughter of William Hambleton, Poole, England, and Sarah Hambleton.

Caple

Lineage Born-Married-Died Spouse

Lloyd Ford, Sr. 1727 Mary Grant

Leah Price 1693-1711 Thomas Ford

Mary Caple - -1718 Benjamin Ford

Benjamin Caple (Capell) - -1711 Isabel



Benjamin Capel Will dated August 29, 1711 records in A A Co. Md. leaves land and Negroes to Capel Holland, Benjamin Price, Elizabeth Lilly, Thomas and Jacob Holland, Benjamin Norris, Mary Price, and Capbell Gott. Wife Isabel extx. and residue legatee.

Isabel Capel Will dated Dec. 22, 1717, A A Co. Md. Named Isabel Price as a Granddaughter and Mary Price as daughter.

Mary Prices's Will dated June 5, 1718 leaves money in hand of Francis Watson, a merchant, London to be applied to purchase of land for sons John, Thomas, and Benjamin, Leah Ford mention as Daughter and Will also mentioned Testator's Mother, Isabel Capel.

Family records for the Hambleton and Grant Family can be found in St. James Church in Poole, England.

William Stone is thought to have sailed to Chesapeake Bay from England in the year of 1621. He was listed on the passenger list as Maxmillan Stone, age 26. It is thought that the name William was omitted from the list. Capt William Stone was proclaimed Justice of Accomak in 1633, styled Captain in 1637 and high Sheriff of Northumberland Co. Va. In 1640, (Virginia Mag. Of Hist. & Geog, Vol III, p 272), and commissioned to become Governor of Maryland in 1648. He went to Maryland shortly afterwards, taking around 500 nonconformist with him. Thomas Stone, haberdasher, London, England was William Stone's Uncle.

Mary Dennis was the daughter of John and Barbara Dennis of Northumberland Co. Va, Baltimore Co. Md. Records. Ct. Records, St. Mary's Co. Md. 261018 )



THE SPEAKMANS

Samuel Speakman, m. Charlotte

Children;

N. J. Speakman

N. J Speakman, m. Nancy E. Botts 2m. Alice

Children;

Edith, m. Alex Jackson

Craton m. W R Green

M V m.

John m.

J Pent m. Abby Ford

J Pent Speakman m. Abbey Ford

Children;

Samuel Richard Speakman, m. Beatrice Crow

Children;

James Floyd

Cloyd Vanice

Amos Nelson

Chlorene

Richard Cleveland

James Floyd Speakman b. August 20, 1928, m. Geneva Sheffield, May 1, 1951, b. August 23, 1934.

Children;

Sandea Lee, b. Aug 23, 1952

Shelia Ann b. Mar 15, 1959

Amos Nelson Speakman b. 11-24-32, m.4-4-57 ,Shelbie Jean Sears, b. 9-23-37, Georgetown Ky.

Children;

Linda Jean b. 6-1-58, m. 5-25-87, Donald Martin ,b.11-10-57

Brenda Carol, b. 10-4-62, m. 12-12-87, David Glen Presnell, b. 10-6-54