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Daniel (Dan, Dan’l) Givens TimelineThe Givens Tree Spreads TGTS There are two dates that our family members believe, may have been Daniel’s birth year, 1739 to 1745. Dorothy Hall Givens concurred. RG & C&NG concur.
In 1734, the General Assembly looked to the past when naming Orange County after William of Orange, who ruled initially with Queen Mary and then solo as King William III.
Put Daniel’s children’s names here:
It is highly probable, that Daniel named some of his children, after his father, mother, aunts and uncles, which was and continues to be a common practice.
Martha Camden’s Mother’s name might have been Anna or Annie or Sarah or Susannah, as families sometimes named their first born daughter and son after their Mother and
Daniel’s first born son might have been William or Isaiah.
Check the Marriage bonds and see if it notes the age of who is getting married which I could then back into their birth year.
ISLE OF WIGHT
ESSEX KING & QUEEN - KING WILLIAM
1692 1691 l_______l 1701-2
l_____ SPOTSYLVANIA (do more research here)
1738 organized 1745 LUNENBURG
l l 1767
KENTUCKY MONTGOMERY WASHINGTON GREENBRIER
1776-7 1776-7 1776-7 1778
1806 enter addl counties that have been ref.ed
WORK NOTES & stuff ta do:
Make an Index for this Daniel Timeline doc
Insert DNA Research xls spreadsheets in this doc somewhere
NEXT - SOON Put map of NI upfront and show the family lines
Insert maps that I got from Boyd in England / Scotland Enter Tid Bit’s, about our family line and possible relationships – Sean Given Ireland Soccer Goalee, Don Givens, Ireland Soccer Coach, Givin Castle in Chicago, and note spelling differences, Givens witness for JFK assignation, Givens Trucking, towns, streets, streams, roads named names after Givens family. The Caverns once owned by Givens. Etc. family member named after Chief Cornstalk’s son Elenipsico. Dungiven Castle, Dungiven Tract Note on the documents which I have already done a PDF & to whom I have copied
Daniel Givens who married Martha Camden, is not related to this Samuel Givens ref.ed above, as per DNA results performed xx/xx/xxxx. See page xx
Look back in O’Hart’s to see what there is in the area below about “the above – mentioned Gilbert Christian – more info? (work on this grammer – here) Insert an optical scan of the doc that I took a digital photo of at the Isle of Man, Manx facility and note the slight date differences.
An important note here:
From O’Hart’s Irish Pedigrees, Vol I, 5th Edition p-601 [year written ? ] the following information was found by Rusty Givens: 1720’s Israel Christian, a Scot, once a merchant in Dublin, followed him; and among those who then also went to America from various counties in Ulster were members of the following families: Allen, Brakenridge, Campbell, Christian, Cunningham, Given, Henry, Lewis, Lockhart, McClanahan, McCue, [Mac-Hugh], McDonald, McDowell, McGavock, Montgomery, Rerton spl? (or Tereton), Russell, Trimble, Wilson, etc.” Christian’s Creek, giving his name to that stream. John Christian was a prominent citizen, and is repeatedly mentioned in the earlier pages of these Annals. He was on of the first Justices of the Peace, etc. etc, Robert married Isabella Tiffins, of the lower Valley [Virginia ?], and is the ancestor of the Christians now living in the county, William is presumed to be the Capt. William Christian mentioned elsewhere as member of a “Council of War,” in 1756. His wife was Mary Campbell, probably a sister of Arthur Campbell. Mary Christian married, first, John Moffett and became the mother of Col. George Moffett and others. She married, secondly, John Trimble [I believe this is the Trimble that came over to the Colonies with Israel Christian, @ the 1720’s], and became the mother of Capt. James Trimble, of whom much remains to be said. Botetourt [Botetourt County was not formed until 1769-1770 ?], and leaving Williamsburg he raised a company and has- ions. His body was carried home, and the inscription on his tomb-
Augusta County in 1738Just enter in the DNA that shows no relationship and not a lot of detail is really necessary here –
1738 Land Grant in Beverly Manor (1736) – Wm. Cathey, on Cathey’s Branch or River [adjoined John Trimble’s grant, NW boarder]
1739 Land Grant in Beverly Manor (1736) – John Wilson [ likely that this Wilson emigrated with Gilbert Christian – the timeframe works ]
1739 Land Grant in Beverly Manor (1736) – John Trimble 449 acres, on Cathey’s Branch or River [adjoined Wm. Cathey’s grant, NW boarder] [ likely that this Wilson emigrated with Gilbert Christian – the timeframe works ]
1749 Land Grant in Beverly Manor (1736) – John Campbell 325 acres, on Cathey’s Branch or River [adjoined John Trimble’s grant, NW boarder] [ likely that this Campbell emigrated with Gilbert Christian – the timeframe works ]
1749 Land Grant in Beverly Manor (1736) – James Patton 1,350 acres
& put this document in my 3 ring binder
1739 28 Feb., Samuel Givins, Sarah his wife and children – see source documents – 3 ring binder filed w/ Headrights of Orange Co, VA – 1735 [Samuel’s last name is found to be spelled Givin(s) & Givens. Where ?
1739 ? James Cathey, Ann his wife and other family members are ref.ed - see source documents – 3 ring binder filed w/ Headrights of Orange Co, VA – 1735 DO Note areas where Samuel lived in Virginia.
Sarah Cathey’s father is [up for grabs. I have two different parents in my data base for her the best I think is Alexander Cathey and Margaret mnuk. She fits in there fine and there is a brother, James Cathey b. 3 jul 1694. R.E.G. ]
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Our observation of family records is that our Daniel had a reasonable education, as he was certified as a Constable and that he had some reasonable funds as he was able to marry and support a wife at a young age in his 20’s. Thus we conclude that our Daniel, as was Samuel who m Sarah Cathey, were not Indentured. r.g., c & n] [Constable is a Tax Collector] Do more research on Eagle Rock, Virginia and try to find out who the George Givens school was named after -
School: GIVENS ELEMENTARY
Grade Levels: KG-2
Address: PO BOX 219
SWORDS CREEK, VA 24649
Principal: DANNY L BROWN
Telephone: (540) 991-0001
5/19/1996 letter from Betty Givens Moore from the Samuel line.
1742 George Givens – The age works that this George could be our Daniel’s father - but - - wouldn’t he have lived closer to the rest of the family?
[ To have received a Land Grant, an individual most likely would have been no younger then maybe @30 years of age, putting this George in a birth year (@ the late 1600’s to early 1700’s. George could have been our Daniel’s Father. ]
BUT, Daniel & Martha did not name any of their son’s George - - -
is this Land Grant in the VA Library w/ Inventory of Records ?
1742 There was a George Givens in the Spring of 1742 etc. - - source James Patton and the Appalachian Colonist 400 acres ref. on Map _______________ by _______________.
1742, Feb 12th, George Givings – Augusta Co, VA, 400 acres on the N side of the James River - more detail in Source Document binder By Date same George as above ? entries? need to see this doc If I think this person is a Givens, then note it here An early settlement on 16,500 acres on the Calfpasture granted to James Patton and John Lewis was very closely assoiated with the James River and Roanoke settlements. The original settlers wre Alexander Dunlap, William Jameson, Thomas Gilham, Robert Crokett, David Davis, Thomas Weems, Henry Gay, Francis Donnally, Robert Gay, Samuel Hodge, John Miller, Robert Bratton, James Lockridge, John Graham, Robert Givens, John Preston, William Warwick, James Carlisle, Jacob Clements, John Campbell, James Carter, Loftus Pullen, Julin Wilson, John Kincaid, William Eliott, Jr., William Hamilton, William Gay, John Ward. 1747 May 20th, a Ro[bert] Givin was appointed as vice Constable along w/ some of the other grp that came over with Israel Christian. P-28 Vol I Chakley 1760 Augusta County, VA and before 1760 he married Anne Givens daughter of John Givens and Mary Sitlington. (Is this Samuel’s and Sarah Cathey’s Givens’s son?
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