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From: "Caren Tidwell" <>
Subject: Re: [JENNINGS-L] Jennings Ancestors Part 6
Date: Fri, 3 Dec 1999 22:45:48 -0600


Part 6

29. CATHERINE7 JENNINGS (RICHARD6, JOHN5, JOHN4, CAPTAIN RICHARD3,
RICHARD2, UNKNOWN1) was born Abt. 1740 in Bermuda, and died Bef. November
18, 1791. She married THOMAS DICKINSON January 08, 1761 in Moore Register,
Bermuda, son of JAMES DICKINSON and ELIZABETH. He was born Abt. 1735 in
Bermuda, and died Bef. November 18, 1791.

Notes for CATHERINE JENNINGS:
64. iv. JAMES DICKINSON, b. 1767, Paget, Bermuda; d. Aft. June 26, 1799,
will, at sea, Paget, Bermuda.


More About CATHERINE JENNINGS:
Fact: Bef. November 18, 1791, Catherine died before the date of her father's
will.

Notes for THOMAS DICKINSON:



More About THOMAS DICKINSON:
Fact: Bef. November 18, 1791, Thomas died before the date of his father in
law's will.

Children of CATHERINE JENNINGS and THOMAS DICKINSON are:
32. i. ALETTA CATHERINE8 DICKINSON, b. 1770, Paget, Bermuda; d. Aft.
December 17, 1817, Paget, Bermuda.
ii. THOMAS DICKINSON, b. 1761, Paget, Bermuda; d. Bef. November 18, 1791.

More About THOMAS DICKINSON:
Baptism: December 20, 1761, Paget, Bermuda
Fact: November 18, 1791, Thomas died before the date of his grandfather's
will.

33. iii. RICHARD DICKINSON, b. 1763, Paget, Bermuda; d. Aft. November 18,
1791.
iv. FRANCES MURRELL DICKINSON, b. 1765, Paget, Bermuda.

More About FRANCES MURRELL DICKINSON:
Baptism: March 10, 1765, Paget, Bermuda
Fact: November 18, 1791, Frances died after November 18, 1791, grandfather
Jenning's will, Bermuda.

34. v. JAMES DICKINSON, b. 1767, Paget, Bermuda; d. Bef. February 23, 1807,
Paget, Bermuda.


Generation No. 8

30. MARGARET8 HORRY (ANN7 JENNINGS, DANIEL6, JOHN5, JOHN4, CAPTAIN
RICHARD3, RICHARD2, UNKNOWN1) She married EDWARD RUTLEDGE LAURENS.

Child of MARGARET HORRY and EDWARD LAURENS is:
i. HENRY9 LAURENS.

31. CATHERINE8 JENNINGS (JOHN7, RICHARD6, JOHN5, JOHN4, CAPTAIN RICHARD3,
RICHARD2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1772 in Southampton, Bermuda. She married
SAMUEL BROWNLOW Abt. 1796, son of JOHN BROWNLOW and ELIZABETH RIDDELL. He
was born 1769 in Paget, Bermuda.

Notes for CATHERINE JENNINGS:
Fact 1: January 31, 1773, baptism Southampton, Bermuda

Notes for SAMUEL BROWNLOW:
Fact 1: March 11, 1769, baptism Paget, Bermuda

More About SAMUEL BROWNLOW:
Occupation: Merchant

Children of CATHERINE JENNINGS and SAMUEL BROWNLOW are:
i. SERRE DUTARQUE9 BROWNLOW, b. 1797, Pembroke, Bermuda; d. July 07, 1798,
Southampton, Bermuda.

More About SERRE DUTARQUE BROWNLOW:
Baptism: July 02, 1797, Pembroke, Bermuda
Burial: July 09, 1798, Southampton, Bermuda

ii. ELIZABETH B. BROWNLOW, b. 1799, Southampton, Bermuda; m. BENJAMIN
CHARLES THOMAS GRAY, July 01, 1818, Southampton, Bermuda; b. St. George's,
Bermuda.

More About ELIZABETH B. BROWNLOW:
Baptism: January 01, 1800, Southampton, Bermuda

iii. MARTHA JENNINGS BROWNLOW, b. November 17, 1800, Southampton, Bermuda;
d. April 22, 1899, Belair, Paget, Bermuda; m. (1) CHRISTIE ESTEN HUTCHINSON,
March 28, 1818, Southampton, Bermuda; b. 1791, St. George's, Bermuda; d.
Bef. November 04, 1843; m. (2) JOHN NOBLE HARVEY, November 04, 1843, St.
George's, Bermuda; b. 1776, Paget, Bermuda; d. July 25, 1846, Marine Villa,
Paget, Bermuda.

More About MARTHA JENNINGS BROWNLOW:
Baptism: May 26, 1801, Southampton, Bermuda

Notes for CHRISTIE ESTEN HUTCHINSON:
Fact 1: November 16, 1791, baptism St George's, Bermuda

Notes for JOHN NOBLE HARVEY:
See Source: Watlington page 218

Bermuda Index:

He died at age 70, late Speaker of the House of Assembly for 37 years.

iv. JOHN JENNINGS BROWNLOW, b. 1804; d. April 08, 1856, Belair, Paget,
Bermuda.

More About JOHN JENNINGS BROWNLOW:
Fact: April 08, 1856, John died at the home of his sister.

35. v. MARY ELIZABETH BROWNLOW, b. Southampton, Bermuda; d. Bef. May 07,
1821, Southampton, Bermuda.
vi. CATHERINE BROWNLOW.

32. ALETTA CATHERINE8 DICKINSON (CATHERINE7 JENNINGS, RICHARD6, JOHN5,
JOHN4, CAPTAIN RICHARD3, RICHARD2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1770 in Paget,
Bermuda, and died Aft. December 17, 1817 in Paget, Bermuda. She married ST.
GEORGE TUCKER Aft. November 18, 1791 in Bermuda, son of JOHN TUCKER and
FRANCES TUCKER. He was born 1770 in Sandy's, Bermuda, and died Aft.
November 18, 1791 in Turk's Islands, West Indies.

Notes for ALETTA CATHERINE DICKINSON:



More About ALETTA CATHERINE DICKINSON:
Baptism: November 18, 1770, Paget, Bermuda
Fact: Aft. December 17, 1817, Aletta died after her spouse's will of
Bellevue, Paget, Bermuda.

Notes for ST. GEORGE TUCKER:
Fact 1: October 28, 1770, baptism Sandy's, Bermuda
Fact 2: September 23, 1794, named as grandson-in-law of Richard Jennings
Fact 3: December 17, 1817, will, of Turk Island now Bermuda
Fact 4: February 27, 1826, will proved


Children of ALETTA DICKINSON and ST. TUCKER are:
i. FRANCES ST. GEORGE9 TUCKER, b. October 26, 1794, Southampton, Bermuda;
d. Aft. December 17, 1817.

More About FRANCES ST. GEORGE TUCKER:
Baptism: May 17, 1795, Southampton, Bermuda
Fact: Aft. December 17, 1817, Date of her father's will.

ii. CATHERINE KETTLETAS TUCKER, b. 1796, Southampton, Bermuda; d. Aft.
December 17, 1817.

More About CATHERINE KETTLETAS TUCKER:
Baptism: February 28, 1796, Southampton, Bermuda
Fact: Catherine's middle name is her grandmother's surname.

iii. MARY ST. GEORGE TUCKER, b. 1799, Southampton, Bermuda; d. Clermont,
Paget, Bermuda; m. NATHANIEL BUTTERFIELD.

Notes for MARY ST. GEORGE TUCKER:
MARY ST GEORGE TUCKER was born 1799 in Southampton, Bermuda, and died in
Clermont, Paget, Bermuda. She married THOMAS BUTTERFIELD December 15, 1822
in St George's, Bermuda, son of NATHANIEL BUTTERFIELD and JANE DICKINSON. He
was born 1784 in Paget, Bermuda, and died in Clermont, Paget, Bermuda.

More About MARY ST GEORGE TUCKER:
Fact 1: February 24, 1799, baptism Southampton, Bermuda

More About THOMAS BUTTERFIELD:
Fact 1: Attorney General
Fact 2: St Paul's Church, Paget, Bermuda
Fact 3: Honorable, Chief Justice of Bermuda


Children of MARY TUCKER and THOMAS BUTTERFIELD are:

CHARLES BUTTERFIELD, MD.

THOMAS BUTTERFIELD.

AUBREY GEORGE BUTTERFIELD, b. Bermuda; m. CATHERINE TUCKER OUTERBRIDGE, July
17, 1867, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada?; b. August 08, 1846, Hamilton,
Pembroke, Bermuda.
More About AUBREY GEORGE BUTTERFIELD:
Fact: Postmaster

JAMES ESTEN BUTTERFIELD.


iv. DIANA ST. GEORGE TUCKER, b. 1801, Paget, Bermuda; d. Bef. December 17,
1817.

More About DIANA ST. GEORGE TUCKER:
Baptism: February 15, 1801, Paget, Bermuda
Fact: Bef. December 17, 1817, Diana died before her father's will.

v. ST. GEORGE DUNCAN TUCKER, b. 1802, Southampton, Bermuda; m. SARAH
BASCOME, January 22, 1826, St. George's, Bermuda.

More About ST. GEORGE DUNCAN TUCKER:
Baptism: May 15, 1802, Southampton, Bermuda

vi. NATHANIEL JAMES TUCKER, b. Aft. 1802.

More About NATHANIEL JAMES TUCKER:
Fact: December 17, 1817, Nathaniel was living at the time of his father's
will..

33. RICHARD8 DICKINSON (CATHERINE7 JENNINGS, RICHARD6, JOHN5, JOHN4,
CAPTAIN RICHARD3, RICHARD2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1763 in Paget, Bermuda, and
died Aft. November 18, 1791. He married ESTHER Bef. 1795 in Bermuda.

Notes for RICHARD DICKINSON:



More About RICHARD DICKINSON:
Baptism: May 22, 1763, Paget, Bermuda
Fact: November 18, 1791, Richard was alive and mentioned in his
grandfather's (Jennings) will.

Child of RICHARD DICKINSON and ESTHER is:
i. CATHERINE9 DICKINSON, b. June 17, 1795, Southampton, Bermuda.

More About CATHERINE DICKINSON:
Baptism: June 19, 1795, Southampton, Bermuda.

34. JAMES8 DICKINSON (CATHERINE7 JENNINGS, RICHARD6, JOHN5, JOHN4, CAPTAIN
RICHARD3, RICHARD2, UNKNOWN1) was born 1767 in Paget, Bermuda, and died Bef.
February 23, 1807 in Paget, Bermuda. He married MARTHA ESTEN January 03,
1795 in Richardson register, Bermuda, daughter of JOHN ESTEN and REBECCA
SPOFFERTH. She was born 1772 in St George's, Bermuda, and died November 30,
1857 in Guernsey.

Notes for JAMES DICKINSON:
Fact 1: June 26, 1799, will, son-in-law of John Esten, grandson of James
Dickinson
Fact 2: February 23, 1807, will proved, written at sea
Fact 3: February 08, 1767, baptism Paget, Bermuda



More About MARTHA ESTEN:
Baptism: August 04, 1772, St George's, Bermuda
Fact: Martha was a twin.

Children of JAMES DICKINSON and MARTHA ESTEN are:
i. JAMES ESTEN9 DICKINSON, b. 1799, Paget, Bermuda; d. February 11, 1843,
Brompton Barracks, Chatham, London, England.

Notes for JAMES ESTEN DICKINSON:
Fact 1: December 31, 1799, baptism Paget, Bermuda
Fact 2: Captain, 86th Regiment, most of military career in West Indies.

ii. CATHERINE JENNINGS DICKINSON, b. 1797, Paget, Bermuda; d. October 05,
1872, Springfield Terrace, Guernsey; m. WILLIAM ROBINSON GRANT, May 04,
1822, St. George's, Bermuda; b. 1790, Jamaica; d. January 1828, Deptford.

Notes for WILLIAM ROBINSON GRANT:
Fact 1: Captain Royal Artillery.


Generation No. 9

35. MARY ELIZABETH9 BROWNLOW (CATHERINE8 JENNINGS, JOHN7, RICHARD6, JOHN5,
JOHN4, CAPTAIN RICHARD3, RICHARD2, UNKNOWN1) was born in Southampton,
Bermuda, and died Bef. May 07, 1821 in Southampton, Bermuda. She married
JOHN WILLIAM GOODRICH September 02, 1812 in Southampton, Bermuda, son of
EDWARD GOODRICH and FRANCES BASCOME. He was born 1789 in St. George's,
Bermuda, and died 1825 in Southampton, Bermuda.

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH BROWNLOW:



More About MARY ELIZABETH BROWNLOW:
Fact: Bef. May 07, 1821, She died before her spouse's will.

More About JOHN WILLIAM GOODRICH:
Baptism: April 19, 1789, St George's, Bermuda
Burial: 1825, St George's at age 36
Will: May 07, 1821, Southampton, Bermuda

Child of MARY BROWNLOW and JOHN GOODRICH is:
i. FRANCES MARY10 GOODRICH, b. August 30, 1816, Southampton, Bermuda.

More About FRANCES MARY GOODRICH:
Baptism: October 20, 1816, Southampton, Bermuda.

Miscellaneous Records that tie into the Bermudan Jennings Lines

Notes for UNKNOWN JENNINGS:
Here are some of the information gathered that has not been connected to the
following Bermudan Jennings as of this time:

Source: Early Bermuda Settler's of the 17th Century by Mercer

Subject: THOMAS JENNINGS
Deed: May 27, 1640 - Thomas Jennings of Smoers Island 7 William Webb of
London and John Day of Somer's Islands, planter. (page 106)

January 23, 1656 - Mrs. Ann Jennings administered on estate of Captain
Thomas Jennings her deceased husband. Jerome Ewer and James Newbould stood
as her security. (page 107)

Subject: JOHN JENNINGS
August 16, 1669 - John Jennings son of Captain Richard Jennings deceased,
about 17 years chose Captain John Somersall to be his guardian. Note:
Richard Jennyns who died in 1669 was 85 years of age. (page 107)

Subject: JOSEPH JENNINGS
Esther Darrell, daughter of Joseph Darrell is mentioned in her father's will
as being the wife of 1st Mr. Rayner and 2nd Joseph Jennings. (page 40)

Subject: JAMES JENNINGS
1674 - Council Table: The question was put to vote as to the punishment for
James Jennings for attempting to sail past the Forts without the Governor's
permission. The Secretary said he should pay for the shot which was fired
to stop him. Thomas Leacraft said he sould pay 20/ for the shot and
contempt of the Governor.

Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey Vol22
Page 275
Robison, Sarah, and Levy Jennings, Gloucester 1759 Feb. 26

The End
Page 443
Jennings, Jonathan, and Mary Tucker 1759 Aug. 20

-----Original Message-----
From: Caren Tidwell <>
To: <>
Date: Friday, December 03, 1999 10:35 PM
Subject: Re: [JENNINGS-L] Do you know anything about this Robert & William
Jennings?


>Have any of you seen this record?
>
>Genealogical and Personal Memoirs of Worchester County vol1
>Page 862
>GEORGE JENNISON. The Jennings family and the Jennison family are descended
>from the same immigrant ancestor. Two brothers, Robert and William
Jennings,
>came to New England in 1630 or before. They came from Colchester, England.
>One of the descendants of Robert Jennison was prominent among the pioneers
>of the town of Worcester. None of the founders was more prominent.
>
>William Jennison was a settler in Charlestown and built his house there in
>1630. He sold out and removed to Watertown, where Robert Jennison settled,
>August 16, 1631. He held the rank of captain. He was admitted a freeman May
>18, 1631. He was formerly a partner of Richard Spitty of Grey's Inn,
London.
>He was one of the first selectmen; was deputy to the general court; went
for
>a pilot in the ship "Thunder" to Bermuda, October 17, 1633, and reported
>improved conditions there on his return; commanded a company against the
>Pequot Indians in the war in 1636; was called to court in July, 1644, for a
>slight difference of opinion on the question between Parliament and the
>king, proved to be most loyal to the colony and commonwealth; was employed
>by the Earl of Warwick to see to his vessel at Boston, June 27, 1646;
>returned to Colchester, England. He was ensign August 16, 1631; captain
>March 9, 1636-7; captain of the Trainband 1638; selectman 1635-42-44;
deputy
>to the general court 1637-42-45.
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: B. Jennings <>
>To: <>
>Date: Friday, December 03, 1999 3:21 PM
>Subject: [JENNINGS-L] Robert PE Co.
>
>
>>I am researching Robert Jennings who mar. Rachel in Prince Edward Co. VA.
>>d. Abt. 1794.
>>His youngest son, Doctor Jennings, (Doctor is a given name not
professional
>>title), migrated to Tennessee in early 1800s'
>>Records show him in Smith, Maury, Perry and eventually Decatur Co.s.
>>
>>Other lines: Thomas (NC-TN), Wood (NC-KY), Edwards (Graves Co., Marshall
>>Col,KY), Bean (Marshall Col, KY), Strow (KY)
>>Arnold (GA-Perry Co., TN), Moss (Weakley Co., TN), Winston (Weakley Co.,
>TN)
>>
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