F, b. 1772, d. 16 March 1857
F, b. 16 March 1804, d. 1871
|Father*||William Altman Jr. b. 26 Sep 1760, d. 5 Feb 1839|
|Mother*||Catherine Metzger b. 1772, d. 16 Mar 1857|
M, b. 4 October 1801, d. 1869
M, b. 7 December 1829, d. 1899
|Father*||Henry Raub b. 4 Oct 1801, d. 1869|
|Mother*||Hannah Altman b. 16 Mar 1804, d. 1871|
F, b. 15 April 1835, d. 10 October 1903
Henry Milton Raub
M, b. 21 August 1855, d. 20 March 1934
|Father*||Eli Raub b. 7 Dec 1829, d. 1899|
|Mother*||Ruth Eicher b. 15 Apr 1835, d. 10 Oct 1903|
Kate Belle Bowen
F, b. 11 March 1858, d. 12 July 1920
George R. Raub Sr.
M, b. 3 August 1895
|Father*||Henry Milton Raub b. 21 Aug 1855, d. 20 Mar 1934|
|Mother*||Kate Belle Bowen b. 11 Mar 1858, d. 12 Jul 1920|
Carl Jacob Scholl
M, b. 1705, d. 1748
Carl Jacob Scholl immigrated on 3 September 1739 to came from the Palatinate (later part of Germany), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Ship "Loyal Judith."
Anna Barbara (?)
F, b. 1715, d. 1738
Captain John Taliaferro
|Father*||Captain John Stockdell|
M, b. 1651, d. 5 January 1716
|Father*||Richard James Foster b. 7 Oct 1619, d. 1681|
|Mother*||Susannah Garnett b. 1620, d. 1660|
Robert Foster purchased land on 7 September 1692 at Gloucester, Virginia, Land deed from John Baker to Robert Foster.
F, b. from 1660 to 1667, d. between 1716 and 1744
|Father*||John Garnett b. fr 1638 - 1648, d. 12 Nov 1703|
M, b. from 1638 to 1648, d. 12 November 1703
Child of John Garnett
- Elizabeth Garnett+ b. fr 1660 - 1667, d. bt 1716 - 1744
Richard James Foster
M, b. 7 October 1619, d. 1681
Richard Foster (b. 1619) immigrated to America. On August 10, 1635 he boarded the ship "Safety" in London and arrived soon thereafter in Virginia. He married (1) a woman named Ann and (2) Susannah Garnett. She was born 1620 in Virginia. Richard and Susannah had four sons: William. Robert, Richard, and John.
F, b. 1620, d. 1660
|Father*||Thomas Garnett Sr. b. 14 Dec 1585, d. 1635|
|Mother*||Elizabeth Powell b. 1599, d. 1618|
Thomas Garnett Sr.
M, b. 14 December 1585, d. 1635
|Father*||Robert Garnett b. 1555, d. 1646|
|Mother*||Elizabeth (?) b. 1557|
Ancient planter Thomas Garnett came to Virginia in 1610 on the Swan, a ship in the fleet that brought Lord Delaware to the colony. On Aug 3, 1619, when the assembly convened for its first session, Captain William Powell Jamestown (1), a burgess, made allegations against Garnett, who was one of his servants. He claimed that Garnett was lewd and treacherous and said that he had behaved wantonly with a widowed female servant. He also said that when confronted in the presence of the governor, Garnett called Powell a thief and a drunkard. Powell claimed that Garnett had caused him financial losses and had sought to have him deposed from office, even killed. Several other servants testified against Garnett in support of Powell's allegations. Afterward, the assembly, acting as a judicial body, found Thomas Garnett guilty as charged and sentenced him to a daily public whipping for four consecutive days and to stand with his ears nailed to the pillory for the same length of time. By February 16, 1624, Thomas Garnett was a free man and household head, and was living in Elizabeth City (18) with his wife, Elizabeth, and daughter, Susan. In early 1625 Thomas was age 40 and his wife, Elizabeth, was 26. The Garnetts, who had a 3-year-old, Virginia-born daughter named Susan, occupied a dwelling of their own and had a good supply of stored food and defensive weaponry. Sharing the Garnett home was another couple, Virginia Company tenant and carpenter/sawyer Ambrose Griffin and his wife, Joyce. On July 3, 1635, Thomas Garnett patented 200 acres of land in Elizabeth City (19) near the Little Poquoson River, acquiring his acreage by means of the headright system. Excerpt from Virginia Immigrants and Adventurers, 1607 - 1635.
F, b. 1599, d. 1618
Elizabeth, who married ancient planter Thomas Garnett, came to Virginia in 1619 on the Neptune. On February 16, 1624, she was living in Elizabeth City (18) with her husband, Thomas, and daughter, Susan. At the beginning of 1625 the Garnetts were still living in Elizabeth City and occupied a dwelling of their own. Thomas Garnett, who was age 40, was a household head. Elizabeth was then 26 years old and daughter, Susan, was age 3. Another couple, the Griffins, shared their home. Excerpt from Virginia Immigrants and Adventurers, 1607 - 1635.
M, b. 1555, d. 1646
F, b. 1557
M, b. circa 1609, d. circa 1655
|Father*||John Browne b. c 1585|
|Mother*||Margaret Goodrich b. c 1590|
F, b. circa 1610
M, b. circa 1585
F, b. circa 1590
Richard Harding Holland
M, b. 9 July 1777, d. 13 May 1839
|Father*||Thomas Holland b. 1746, d. 1781|
RICHARD HOLLAND - Richard was born June 8, 1777 in Edgecombe County, North Carolina and died 1839 in Benton County, Tennessee. On July 3, 1800, he married Sarah Elizabeth (Sally) Hargrove, the sister to Nancy Hargrove who had married Richard's brother, James. Richard and his wife sold their portion on her inheritance from her father Aaron Hargrove to her brother Etheldred Hargrove at the same time his brother sold his. He also sold his portion of his father’s estate to his brother David at the same time his brother James sold his. Richard and his family migrated to Humphreys County, Tennessee with his brothers, James and Hardy between 1815-1817. After his wife, Sarah died, he married Elizabeth Farmer. Richard is the ancestor of most of the descendants listed in the Tennessee Holland line of this book. Excerpt from “My Holland Family Odyssey” By Wiley Julian Holland Jr (http://www.hollandfamily.us/ResourceCenter/WJH/WileyJulianHolland-myfamily.htm). Richard Harding Holland and James Holland lived before 1809 at Robertson, Tennessee. Richard Harding Holland migrated between 1815 and 1817 at Humphreys, Tennessee. He was listed on the tax roll in 1837 at Benton, Tennessee.
Sarah Elizabeth Hargrove
F, b. 1774, d. 1809
|Father*||Aaron Hargrove b. 1744, d. 14 Jan 1788|
|Mother*||Unity Proctor b. 1748, d. a Feb 1803|
M, b. 1744, d. 14 January 1788