Ancestors and Descendents of D&P Mendheim


David Samuel Deaderick [Parents] was born on 22 Feb 1791 in Frederick County, Virginia. He died on 24 Jun 1823. He married Ann W. Smith T about 1817.

Ann W. Smith T [Parents] was born on 24 Nov 1801 in Georgia. She died on 17 Sep 1850 in Saline County, Missouri. She married David Samuel Deaderick about 1817.

Other marriages:
White, James M.

They had the following children:

  M i John S. Deaderick was born on 5 Jan 1818. He died on 3 Jan 1889.
  F ii Julia Deaderick was born on 24 Aug 1821. She died on 13 Feb 1879.

James M. White [Parents] died before 1850. He married Ann W. Smith T in Nov 1824 in Missouri.

Ann W. Smith T [Parents] was born on 24 Nov 1801 in Georgia. She died on 17 Sep 1850 in Saline County, Missouri. She married James M. White in Nov 1824 in Missouri.

Other marriages:
Deaderick, David Samuel

They had the following children:

  M i Moses F. White was born in 1827. He died after 1880.
  M ii James M. White was born 1 in 1833 in Missouri. He died on 23 Sep 1914.
  F iii Isadora White 1 was born in 1835 in Missouri. She died in 1851.

Thomas Deaderick.Thomas married Ann Julia Daingerfield.

Ann Julia Daingerfield.Ann married Thomas Deaderick.

They had the following children:

  M i David Samuel Deaderick was born on 22 Feb 1791. He died on 24 Jun 1823.

James White.

He had the following children:

  M i James M. White died before 1850.

Francis J. Smith [Parents] 1 was born on 28 Nov 1827 in Washington County, Missouri. He died on 7 Oct 1877 in Jefferson County, Missouri. He married Mary Jane Watson on 27 Dec 1848.

Other marriages:
O'Fallon, Ellen

Mary Jane Watson 1 was born on 4 Oct 1830 in Virginia. She died on 25 Apr 1857. She married Francis J. Smith on 27 Dec 1848.

They had the following children:

  M i Francis Meriwether Smith was born on 25 Dec 1854 in Jefferson County, Missouri.

Francis J. Smith [Parents] 1 was born on 28 Nov 1827 in Washington County, Missouri. He died on 7 Oct 1877 in Jefferson County, Missouri. He married Ellen O'Fallon on 15 May 1860.

Other marriages:
Watson, Mary Jane

Ellen O'Fallon [Parents] was born on 18 Nov 1841 in St. Louis County, Missouri. She married Francis J. Smith on 15 May 1860.

They had the following children:

  M i Albert Sidney Johnstone Smith was born on 14 Jan 1869.
  F ii Anita Francis Fitzhugh Smith was born on 5 Oct 1872.
  M iii John O'Fallon Pope Smith was born on 23 Nov 1874.

Benjamin O'Fallon.

He had the following children:

  F i Ellen O'Fallon was born on 18 Nov 1841.

Nathaniel Beverley Tucker [Parents] 1 was born on 6 Sep 1784 in Amelia County, Virginia. He died on 26 Aug 1851 in Frederick County, Virginia. He married Lucy Anne Smith on 13 Apr 1830 in Howard County, Missouri.

Nathaniel Beverley Tucker served for several years as a professor oflaw at William & Mary and was the author of several books on law andeconomy. From 1817 to 1833 he served as a Federal Circuit Court Judgein Missouri. His writing, certainly by today's standards, showed himto be a highly reactionary Virginia aristocrat. He is known for someworks of fiction, including George Balcombe (1836), a realisticpicture of contemporary Virginia and Missouri. His romance, ThePartisan Leader (1836), told of events to occur in 1849 and wasprobably a propaganda piece intended to influence the election of 1836against Martin Van Buren, but whose political philosophy made it morethan a campaign document and caused it to be used as propaganda duringthe Civil War. It led to his sometimes being referred to as "theprophet of the Confederacy." He also wrote under the pseudonym EdwardWilliam Stanley.

from "Bill & Susy Family Trees" Ancestry.com

Lucy Anne Smith [Parents] was born on 11 Nov 1812 in Knox County, Tennessee. She died on 18 Feb 1867 in Virginia. She married Nathaniel Beverley Tucker on 13 Apr 1830 in Howard County, Missouri.

They had the following children:

  F i Cynthia Beverley Tucker was born on 18 Jan 1832. She died on 24 Oct 1908.
  F ii Lucy Beverly Tucker was born about 1833 in Missouri. She died about 1833.
  M iii Beverley St George Tucker MD was born on 11 Dec 1839. He died on 30 Mar 1894.
  M iv Thomas Smith Beverley Tucker was born on 22 Aug 1841. He died on 5 May 1873.
  F v Frances Bland Beverly Tucker was born on 18 Dec 1843. She died after 1910.
  F vi Henrietta Elizabeth Beverley Tucker was born on 9 Jan 1846. She died on 25 Apr 1879.
  M vii Berkeley Montague Beverly Tucker was born in Apr 1848. He died on 24 Jun 1883.

St George Tucker was born on 29 Jun 1752 in Port Royal, Southampton Parish, Bermuda. He died on 10 Nov 1827 in Edgewood, Nelson, Virginia. He married Frances Bland.

Frances Bland was born on 24 Sep 1752 in Amelia County, Virginia. She died on 18 Jan 1788 in Chesterfield County, Virginia. She married St George Tucker.

They had the following children:

  M i Nathaniel Beverley Tucker was born on 6 Sep 1784. He died on 26 Aug 1851.

Henry Augustine Washington was born on 20 Aug 1820 in Virginia. He died on 28 Feb 1858 in James City County, Virginia. He married Cynthia Beverley Tucker on 8 Jul 1852 in Virginia.

Henry married Cynthia Beverly Tucker (1832-1908) in 1852 and thecouple had two children before Henry was killed in 1858 on theaccidental discharge of an “air-gun”.

Henry Augustine Washington, who was born in Westmoreland County,Virginia, in 1820 and died young in Washington in 1858, was deeplyimbedded in the kinship network that was Virginian intellectual andpolitical society. He was a Washington, itself a comprehensive legacy;he married a daughter of Beverley Tucker; he edited the firstsystematic edition of Jefferson's papers; he assumed Thomas Dew'schair of History, Political Economy and International Law at theCollege of William and Mary and prepared Dew's history lectures forpress in 1853. But the striking fact of Washington's intellectualcareer was his attempt to fashion a skeptical appreciation of hisVirginian inheritance.

Washington was persuaded that the nineteenth century was formulating anewly detached and scientific historical understanding. "Neverbefore," he observed in 1852, "has such immense erudition, enlightenedskepticism and patient, laborious and comprehensive learning beenbrought to bear on this [history] or any other subject. The result hasbeen almost startling. Stale common-places have been refuted,consecrated errors exposed- established dogmas shaken-ancient rubbishremoved-a full broad light thrown upon things which have been hithertoenveloped in impenetrable myth and fable." The heroes of thishistorical revolution were Guizot, Niebuhr and Macaulay; and inAmerica there was Bancroft. One feels Washington aspired to be forVirginian history what Niebuhr was for ancient Rome, an aspirationtruncated by ill health and an accident with an air gun that propelleda bullet through Washington's skull. It was to be a revolution ofdocuments carefully preserved and located, but also of theory andsociological analysis; committed to a mild reformism in the spirit ofa modernized Whiggism; secular, save in that vague commitment toCarlyle's natural supernaturalism which spoke of the usefullyindistinct forces of Providence.

Cynthia Beverley Tucker [Parents] was born 1, 2 on 18 Jan 1832 in Missouri. She died on 24 Oct 1908 in James City County, Virginia. She married Henry Augustine Washington on 8 Jul 1852 in Virginia.

Other marriages:
Coleman, Charles Washington

RICHMOND TIMES DISPATCH
OCTOBER 25 1908

After a protracted illness, which for a week past had been extreme,Mrs. Cynthia Beverley Tucker Coleman died at her residence inWilliamsburg, Va., yesterday, in the seventy-seventh year of her age.Mrs. Coleman was the eldest child of Judge N. Beverley Tucker(professor of law in William and Mary College, and author of the"Partisan Leader", and other works) and of Lucy Anne Smith, daughterof Brigadier-General Thomas Adams Smith, U.S.A. She married first,July 8, 1852, Henry Augustine Washington, of Westmoreland county, Va.,professor of history and political economy in the College of Williamand Mary and editor of the first edition of the writings of ThomasJefferson. He died in Washington, D.C., February 28, 1858. The twochildren of this marriage died in infancy.

Mrs. Washington married, secondly, October 29, 1861, Dr. CharlesWashington Coleman, of Williamsburg, Va. Of the children of thismarriage, three sons and one daughter survive- Charles Washington, N.Beverley Tucker, George Preston and Elizabeth Beverley Coleman. Dr.Coleman died September 15, 1894.

Mrs. Coleman was one of the founders and incorporators of theAssociation for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities, a chartermember of the Society of Colonial Dames of America in the State ofVirginia, and ever active in public work of a historical nature.

Funeral services will be held in Bruton Parish Church, Monday, October26th at noon. The pall-bearers will be from the immediate familyconnections, including Mrs. Coleman's sons.

They had the following children:

  F i Lucy Beverley Washington was born on 22 Jul 1854 in James City County, Virginia. She died on 29 Jul 1854 in James City County, Virginia.
  F ii Sarah Tayloe Augustine Washington 1 was born on 26 Dec 1856 in James City County, Virginia. She died on 1 Oct 1862 in James City County, Virginia.

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