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BARTRAM Branch of the BIRD Family Tree

 

page established May 25, 2022

Linton Research Fund Inc., Publication 1987-2022 "Digging for our Roots"

Ancestors of

Mary BARTRAM (1747–1799)

3rd great-grandmother of Evelyn Virginia BIRD Linton (1922-2012)

 

Terry Louis Linton © 2007

Linton Research Fund Inc., Publication © 2007

BIRD Chronicles Volume XVII, Issue 1, Spring © 2022, ISSN 1941-3521

 

 

Mary BARTRAM (1747–1799) was the 3rd great-grandmother of Evelyn Virginia BIRD Linton (1922-2012). Mary was the daughter of the Quakers William BARTRAM (1711–1770) & Elizabeth H. LOCKE (1715–1772).  Mary was born in to the Quaker Faith in 1747, in Bladen County, North Carolina. Mary died on October 26, 1799 in Tar Heel, Bladen County, North Carolina.

In 1763, Mary married Thomas ROBESON (1740–1785) in Bladen County, North Carolina. Thomas was the son of Thomas ROBESON (1698–1773) & Sarah SINGLETARY (1719–1775). Thomas was born on January 11, 1740 at Walnut Grove Plantation, Bladen County, North Carolina. During the Revolutionary War in August 1775 at age 35, Thomas was elected to the Third Provincial Congress, held at Hillsborough, Orange County, North Carolina. Thomas was also, appointed colonel for the Bladen Militia and was the commanding officer at the Battle of Moore’s Creek Bridge in 1775 in Bladen County, North Carolina. On September 28, 1781, Colonel Robeson commanded the Bladen Militia at the Battle of Elizabethtown, North Carolina, when he was 41 years old. In 1784. Thomas was elected senator in the state legislature of North Carolina. Thomas died on May 2, 1785, in Tar Heel, Bladen County, North Carolina.

 

Thomas & Mary had nine known children:

Sarah Jane ROBESON (1757–1820); Bartram B. ROBESON (1764–1818); Jonathan ROBESON (1769–1812); James Taylor ROBESON (1770–1837); Martha "Patsy" ROBESON (1771–1836); William R. ROBESON (1771–1825); Mary Elizabeth ROBESON (1774–1799); John ROBESON (1775–1854); Sarah H. ROBESON (1779–1801).

 

Direct ancestral linage:

John BARTRAM (1570-1630) & Martha WHATLOCK (1568–1634)

John BARTRAM (1590-1654) & Jane BULLOCKE (1595–1644)

Richard BARTRAM (1621-1661) & Mary SMITH (1625–1672)

John BARTRAM (1650-1697)  & Elizabeth CUBITT (1629–1723)  (emigrated to America from Ashbourne, Darby Came, England)

William BARTRAM Sr., (1674-1711) emigrant & Elizabeth HUNT (1677–1701)

William BARTRAM Jr., (1711-1770) Elizabeth H. LOCKE (1715–1772)

Mary BARTRAM (1747-1799) & Thomas ROBESON (1740–1785)

Martha "Patsy" ROBESON (1771-1836) George BIRD Sr. (1774–1847)

George BIRD Jr. (1821-1888) & Melinda Elizabeth CARROLL (1827–1906)

Thomas Jefferson BIRD (1861-1931) & Drusilla GAY (1868–1948)

Jeff Augustus "Gus" BIRD (1893-1954) & Clara Myrtle GRAY-SADLER (1900–1988)

Evelyn Virginia BIRD (1922-2012) & Kirk Louis LINTON (1914-1987)

10th great-grand-father of Kenneth Edward LINTON  & Terry Louis LINTON