All reviews and comments undergo human not automated screening and must adhere to these guidelines. Breedlove's family will visit his grave Wednesday in a private gathering, Cleveland said. She saw a body but did not know for sure whether or not it was Breedlove until after she spoke to detectives. What relatives do you have in the rebellion? The furniture is aged but not by frequent use; it does not hold any memories. More often than not, his antics had ended in some sort of trouble and the certainty of punishment.
His throat burned like nothing he had ever experienced before. It may have been based on their occupation or a distinguising physical trait. He was the director of The Heraldry Centre, 58 Northgate Canterbury, Kent, England. What has been discovered by tracing the family back to Charles Breedlove is that our Breedlove ancestors were involved in helping to shape this country. Charles served as a Revolutionary soldier from Caswell County, North Carolina and received a grant of land in Rutherford County, North Carolina, for his service. He was born about 1630 in Essex, Gloucester, Virginia and died March 9, 1706 there.
You may also want to consider to the Community Message Boards at Genealogy Today to get assistance from other researchers on your most elusive Breedlove ancestors. I can't trace my family back beyond the war of 1812, and not much has happened since then to enhance the name. Emmaline died there November 14, 1887. Smith, Arkansas, and Muskogee, Oklahoma. When the clerk scribed the name into official documents, the name Breedlove was born. Her husband's name and her maiden name are unknown. Perhaps a more charitable option is that he thought his wife was dead and since his children were grown and married at the time, found another wife and began to make a life for himself.
Beginning in July 1991 and going to May 1993, he was the Chief of Air Operations, and , , South Korea. Both taught one term, then began cattle ranching and helped found the town of Muldrow, Oklahoma. He died May 18, 1904. I enlisted in the Confederate service 20 February 1862 in Capt. If you know where they belong, please let me know. In each case the second element, Love, is derived from the Anglo-French Love or Louve meaning 'wolf' modern French Loup. He grabbed a small pouch of tobacco, some cigarette papers and a small book of matches.
The kitchen is in a separate room in the back. Also in that year, he earned his Master of Science degree in aeronautical technology from. In 1966 there was still a church on the land - at Mooresboro, in what is now Shelby County, North Carolina. This chapter also makes a point that the novel continually reinforces: giving life meaning is an essential, universal, and relentless human activity. The Breedlove Genealogy and Family Tree Page at Surname Finder It took 0. In 1806, as Charles was preparing to leave Rutherford County, he deeded 28 acres of land for a Baptist Church.
John did not appear in the 1820 census of Warren County, but a John Breedlove was a witness to a will of William Clark, Sr. In July 2013, he told the about his views on the longevity of the. One feature particular is outstanding and that is most have blue eyes; another is the that most Breedloves seem to have an inherent love of the soil and the ability to work with their hands. His wife Mary, whose surname is not known, died before 1797. Bramlett ended up following police to the crime scene. I have gone back to the fourth generation. Powered by Miva Script 3.
He rode with his uncle John W. From July 2008 to August 2009, he was the Commander of the , located at , Germany. This page presents a proposed grouping of the various Breedlove families in north-central North Carolina between Randolph and Warren Counties. One thing is certain: the fire will always be dead in the morning. While each in their own right have valid opinions of the origins of the name, no one to date can say for certain where the Breedlove clan originated. There was an attic for storage and room for the spinning wheel. My research is focused on just two questions: 1 identifying the parents of my ancestor, Mary Oglevy nee Breedlove Williamson, and 2 identifying whether there is a connection between the Breedlove and Madison families.
He spotted a rabbit and shot it. It looks like they later lived in California from the information about their children, but I haven't yet researched the family as I intend to. It was also a long time between spankings. The name of John Breedlove's wife is not known. He was an adopted citizen of the Cherokee Nation and a member of the National Council.
Aside from the extensive research from credible genealogists, two theories have surfaced that I think deserve consideration. Other children of this couple may have included Clementine, James, Isham, and Frances, but nothing more is known about them. He is listed on the 1800 census of Rutherford County, North Carolina as follows: males: 1 over 45, 1 16-26, 2 10-15; 1 under 10; females: 1 over 45, 1 10-16, 2 under 10. If you want to know , then read this frequently asked question. Please direct more general questions about the Breedlove family to her. How many slaves do you have? By submitting your comment, you agree to the following — We do not accept name-calling or anything that is slanderous, disparaging, derogatory, offensive, or prejudicial.
Archived from on December 12, 2012. Whether this is the same incident or another, you may decide. On 10 May 2013, in a ceremony in Stuttgart, Germany, Breedlove took over the command of. It is interesting that the story begins not in January, but in the fall, when school starts, and a new chapter in life begins according to the rhythm of a childs life. Charles moved to Knox County, Tennessee, and is listed in court records and jury lists from 1806 through 1817.