1B-018 - Sarah Sears b: 1820
 
Elakiam Powers b: ABT. 1817 in Kentucky died: 1885  & <HR> 3-a  Sarah Sears b: 1820 in Whitley co Kentucky - (there children were: Joel  S Powers,  b: 1841 in Whitley Co Kentucky, Elizabeth Powers b: ABT. 1842,  Rebecca Powers b: ABT. 1844, Clarinda Powers b: ABT. 1848,  John B Powers b: ABT. 1851, Manerva E Powers b: ABT. 1853, Joshua Powers b: ABT. 1854, Jesse S Powers b: 17 AUG 1857,  J Lamanson Powers b: 1858
daughter of:
<R> 3-a  John Simmons Sears b: ABT. 1797 in Green co Tennessee Death: 2 JUL 1883 in Whitley County, Kentucky - Burial: Sears Cemetery, London, Kentucky 1 & Elizabeth Wheeler - b: 1796 - died: 5 OCT 1853 in Whitley Co Kentucky.Married: 15 FEB 1819 - Elizabeth Wheeler was daughter of: John Wheeler & Anna Unknown    
James remarried on the 31 july 1798 to Anna Meeks in Green co Tennessee. - In 1800 James Sears Sr. moved his family from Tennessee to Knox co Kentucky. Which later became Whitley co. Most of the Sears family was in the Pulaski, Knox and Whitley county areas by 1814. John's father James was one of the first settlers in Knox co. which was formed from lincoln county in 1800. John Simmons Sears was Marriage (2) Mary Adams b: 1814 in Lee County, Virginia Married: 10 JAN 1853 in Whitley co Kentucky
son of:
<R> 3-a  James Sears, Sr. b: ABT. 1773 in Hardy co Virginia - d: aft. 19 FEB 1844 in Whitley co Kentucky &  Orpha Corder  - b: ABT. 1775 in Virginia - Death: ABT. 1798 in Green co Tennessee - daughter of: John Corder (Carder)  Death: ABT. 1809 in Greene County, Tennessee  & Dorcas Unknown    
son of:
<R> 3-a John Lewis Sears b: ABT. 1750 in Hardy co Virginia - Death: 17 APR 1821 in Knox co Kentucky & Judith Unknown -  b: ABT. 1750 in Virginia - Death: 1822 in Knox co Kentucky
son of:
<R>3-a  James Sears b: ABT. 1725 died: 1782 in Hampshire Co Virginia & Sarah Coffman  b: Abt 1725 in , , Virginia - Death: Bef 12 Aug 1783 in , Hampshire, Virginia - They were married: 1745 in , , Virginia their children were: James Sears, Mary Sears,  William Sears b: ABT. 1746 in Virginia, Catherine Sears b: ABT. 1745 in Hampshire Co Virginia, John Lewis Sears b: ABT. 1750 in Hardy co Virginia.
son of:
<R> 3-a William Sears b: 1702 in Gloucester, Hampshire County, Virginia & Sarah Unknown b: 1703 in Virginia
son of:
James Sears b: 1675 &  <R> 3-a  Sarah Richmond  - b: 26 FEB 1669/1670 in Taunton, Bristol, Mass 
daughter of:
<R> 3-a  John Richmond b: 1629 in Taunton,Bristol,Mass & Abigail Rogers  - see: notes - 01 - b: 1641 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Mass
son of:
<R> 3-a  Colonel John Richmond b: 1594 in Ashton Keynes, Wiltshire, England & <R> Elizabeth Nicholas - 1B-007  - b: 1596 in England
son of:
<R>  3-a  Henry (Webb) Richmond b: 1555 in Amesbury, Wiltshire & Elizabeth Christian  - b: 1572 in Amisbury, Wiltshire - daughter of: Rici? Nicholas  
son of:
<R> 3-a  Edmond (Webb) Richmond b: 1532 & Mary Weare - b: 1534 - daughter of: Robert Weare (Brown)
son of:
<R> 3-a  William Richmond b: 1497 in Draycott Folliot,Wiltshire & Dorothy Lymings - see: notes - 02 - b: 1506 in Nottinghamshire
son of:
<R> 3-a  William Richmond alias Webb of Stewkley Grange, Bucks County, and Over-Wroughton, Wilts, had L22 per annum, in land in the County of Wilts, 1565. In Aubrey's Wills, p. 368, it is stated the "There was a grant of Church land (in Wroughton) by the Crown to William Richmond alias Webb, in the 32 yr of the reign of Henry VIII (1541)," The Webb family had lands in Rudlow, Sherston and Magna; and in the 22 yr of the reign of Elizabeth, a grant of land in Bishoptown or Bushton was made to William Webb. Aubrey's Wills, page 153, says: "The Baskett family disappeared about 1576, when they sold their estate at Lydiard-Milicent to William Richmond alias Webb. After 138 yrs, the Webbs sold it in 1714 to Sir John Askew." Regarding Stewkley Grange, Jone's "Index" contains the following note; "Demanibus Reginae amovendis de Manerio de Stewkeley Grange, et aliis, in Comitatibus Bucks et Wilts ac William Webb. Arm, Liberandis. Michaelis Recorda, 8 Eliz. Rotulo 110 (1566)." He bought lands in Chiseldon and Over-Wroughton, Wilts, in the 36 yr of the reign of Henry VIII (1545), of Sir Edward Baynton. (1)
son of:
<R> 3-a  William Richmond b: 1436 in Wiltshire  &  Joan Ewen - b: 1440 in Draycott Folliott,Wiltshire  - daughter of: John Ewen - Born: 1414             at: Draycott Folliot, Wiltshire, England
William Richmond alias Webb of Draycott Foliott, Wilts.(Harleian manuscripts, 1443, pp.57 and 58.) - The Will of William Richmond.
In the name of Gode amen. The year of our lorde Gode 1502 and the 28 day of March. I, William Richmond otherwise called William Webbe, being whole and stedfast in minde make this my testament and last will. First I bequest my soul unto almighty Jesus, to our lady his blessed mother and to all the blessed company in heaven, and my body to be buried in the parish church of Swyndon."...... Bequests to the poor of the ssame church: to the cathedral church of Sarum (Salisbury): "to the priests of the parish church of Swyndon to pray for me and for all my descendants souls."
Bequests " to each of my godchildren: To Johanna my wife: to Thomas, Richard, William Sr., Richard (my youngest son), Henry, Christopher, William Jr, my sons and Alice and Ann my daugthers."
The residue of all my goods and chattels not bequested, my debts and bequests being content and paid, I give to Johanne my wife, and to my children not married to be equally divided by them and, if it fortunes any of them to decease, then their share to be divided among them that liveth; and I will that Thomas Richard and Richard my sons be myn executors of this my last will for my soul's health and repose and I make Wm. Wroughton, gentleman overseer of this testament.
William Richmond als. Webb
Will was probated 24 April, 1502. (1)
son of:
<R> 3-a William Richmond b: 1410 in Draycott Folliott,Wiltshire  & Alice Webb - see Notes - 03  - b: 1420 in Draycott Folliott,Wiltshire
William de Richmond assumed the name of Webb upon his marriage, about 1430, and quartered the Webb arms. He was mentioned as of Yorkshire in Herald's "Visitation of Gloucester," 1682-1683, p.195.    
son of:
<R>3-a  Thomas de Richmond b: 1384 - was living in the time of Richard II, Henry IV and Henry V.
son of:
<R> 3-a Elyas de Richmond b: 1327 in England - Elyas de Richmond was living during the time of Edward III and Richard II, 1327-1399. Richard de Richmond (brother of Elyas de Richmond). Upon Richard and Elizabeth, his wife, William de Burgh entailed the manot of Burgh, near Catterick, County York, in the 23 year of the reign of Edward III (1350). Richard and Elizabeth de Richmond have free warren in Burgh, in the 34 year of the reign of Edward III, 1360. Elizabeth, daugther of William de Burgh, Lord of Burgh. 
son of:
<HR> 3-a Elyas de Richmond b: WFT Est. 1276-1305 in England & <HR> Lady Elizabeth de Burgh - 1B-012 - b: 1332
son of:
<R> 3-a  Eudo de Richmond b: WFT Est. 1236-1279 in England   
son of:
<R> 3-a  Sir Roald de Richmond de Croft  b: WFT Est. 1198-1252 in England  &  Isabella Fil Osanna de Langthwayt  - see Notes 04 - b: WFT Est. 1204-1255 in England - Sir Roald, Fil Alan Richmond de Croft to whom his uncle Roald fil Roald gave the manors of Caldewell and Croft. He was defendant in a plea of dower, in the 34 yr. of the reign of Henry III (1250): against whom Roald fil Roald de Richmond claimed the manor of Caldewell, in the 35 yr of the reign of Henry III (1251): died in the 46 yr of the reign of Henry III    
son of:
<R> 3-a   Alan de Richmond b: WFT Est. 1161-1223 in England  & Matilda de Goldington  b: WFT Est. 1167-1226 in England - daughter and co-heir of Peter de Goldington -
BIRTH: ABT. 1180 - Alan, Fil Roald Richmond De Croft, to whom his brother gave the manor of Burton, the third part of which, Sarra who was the wife of Goscelyn Deyville, claimed as dower, in the 33 yr. of the reign of Henry III (1249): claimed lands in Roppele, Clareworth, Wurthington and Newland, County of Lincoln, in right of his wife, in the 43 yr. of the reign of Henry III (1259): was plaintiff in a plea of trespass, in the 1st yr. of the reign of Edward I (1272).    
son of:
<R> 3-a Sir Roald de Richmond - Sir Roald, Fil Alan de Richmond, Knight, fourth Constable of Richmond Castle, to whom King John, in 1208, gave the lands of William de Rollos, including the manors of Caldewell, Croft, Kipling, etc. with one mill and lands of Skeby which belonged to Harsculph fil Harsculph, who died with the king's enemies in Brittany, 1204. In the 21 yr. of the reign of Henry III (1237) he was summoned to answer the king by what right he held those manors, when he produced the letters patent of King John, by which the same was granted to him and his heirs forever. He entailed the manors of Burton, Aldeburgh and Croft upon his son Roald, in the latter part of the 24 yr. of the reign of Henry III (1240).   
son of:
<R> 3-a Sir Alan de Richmond - Sir Alan, Fil Roald de Richmond, third Constable of Richmond Castle. In the first year of the reign of Richard I (1189), he owed the king 200 marks for the custody of Richmond Castle: in the 4th yr. of the reign of Richard I (1193), he paid 10 marks and owed 190; in the 3rd yr. of the reign of Richard I he was surety for Walter de Lasceles. In the 2nd yr. of the reign of John (1201), he gave the king 300 marks and 3 palfreys to be Constable of Richmond Castle, to hold the same to himself and his heirs, of the king and his heirs, by good and lawful services. In the 9th yr. of the reign of John (1208), he gave the king 200 marks and 4 palfreys to have the Castle of Richmond, of which he had been disseised, and to have the king's letters patent granting him military jurisdiction which the Castle of Richmond ought to possess. (1) 2    
son of:
<R> 3-a Roaldus de Richmond b: WFT Est. 1052-1135 in England  & Graciana - Roaldus de Richmond, "Le Ennase" second Constable of Richmond Castle under Alan III, Earl of Richmond, seized of lands in Skeeby and Croft by the gift of King Henry, who otherwise gave his the manor of Pickhall, etc.,which he gave in marriage with his daugther to Jolanus de Neville. He was Lord of Burton, Aldborough and most of his uncle Emsart's lands (the first Constable of Richmond) by grant of King Stephen. He founded an Abbey on his Manor of Easby in honor of St. Agatha, 1152, where he was buried.    
son of:
<HR> 3-a Hasculfus Musard de Richmond b: WFT Est. 1016-1115 in England - Hasculfus Musard de Richmond held in Demesne Keddington and Chilworth, Oxfordshire, Stainbury, Gloucestershire and other lordships at the time of the general survey. (Dugdale.)    
son of:
<HR>3-a  Roaldus Musard de Richmond - aka: Ruaud d'Adoube (Musard)   He was one of the most powerful leaders who accompanied William the Conqueror into England.
son of: <HR> 3-a Eudon - Count of Penthievre (accompanied the Conqueror in his conquest of England)
son of  <HR> 3-a  Geoffrey - Duke of Brittany  - 4-120  <R> 3-a  Hawise of Normandy  - 4-133  Sister of: <R> Richard II - Duke of Normandy
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Notes
01 - Abigail Rogers b: 1641 was daughter of: John Rogers & Ann Churchman Married: 16 APR 1639 - John Rogers was son of: Thomas Rogers - (He was a passenger on the ship "Mayflower" )

02 - Dorothy Lymings b: 1506 in Nottinghamshire was daughter of: John Lymings of Notts & Marjory Choke b: 1454 in Shalbourne, Wiltshire - Marjory Choke daughter of: John Choke, Esq. b: 1423 in Shalbourne, Wiltshire

03 - Alice Webb b: 1420 was daughter of: Thomas Webb of Draycott  & Elizabeth Nicholas - daughter of: Richard Nicholas of Draycott

04 - Isabella Fil Osanna de Langthwayt  - she was married three times: (1)Walter de RUBYR - Married: AFT 1282, (2) Roald RICHMOND b: ABT 1225 in of, Caldewell, , England - Children: Eudo de Richmond b: in of, Staynwriggis, Yorkshire, England and (3) Alan LASCELES Married: AFT 1262 - Isabella Fil Osanna de Langthwayt was daughter of: Robert fil Osanna de Langthwayt  &  Isabella - Robert fil Osanna de Langthwayt
was son of: Osanna de Langthwayt