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LINTON & BIRD Chronicles Volume XVIII, Issue 2, Summer © 2023, ISSN 1941-3521

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updated September 15, 2023

 

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This Issue we are working on updating the LINTON Chronicles Table of Contexts, LINTON Ancestors in the Civil War 1861-1865 , Our LINTON Ancestors in the Revolutionary War 1775 to 1783 and updating the LINTON Family Tree pages.  wink

 

Our LINTON & BIRD family tree on Ancestry.com now has 42,874 relatives and 6,167 photos on it and growing every day. surprised 

 

I Need some help Please, if any one finds a page that is not linked to any thing or a page that needs to be updated, missspelling, incorect infomation  Please let me know on the LINTON & BIRD BLOG or the LINTON & BIRD Chronicles on Facebook.  Also, I can be reached by e-mail at Terry_L_Linton@linton-research-fund-inc.com  or TerryLLinton@gmail.com  money-mouth

  

Remember Your paid Membership Dues includes a written historical and genealogical research on any LINTON or BIRD ancestor and their aligned branches. wink

 

According to MY STATISTICS the LINTON & BIRD Chronicles website had 2,041 unique visitors in the month of August 2023, that have spent time on our sites LINTON Chronicles and the BIRD Chronicles.  (If a visitor visits more than one time in 24 hours they are only counted once). The site has been up for 852 weeks.  "Thanks for visiting and come back when you can stay longer" Terry Louis Linton, President Linton Research Fund Inc.  surprised                                           

 

US Navy Seabee, Terry Louis Linton in Rota, Spain, in 1972.

 

Terry Louis Linton latest DNA Results from Ancestry.com  

England & Northwestern Europe 45%

Scotland 41%

Wales 7%

Norway 5%

France 2%

 

Terry Louis LINTON 

LINTON Ancestral Lineage

 

Terry Louis Linton © 1999

Linton Research Fund Inc., Publication © 1999

Linton Family History (Descendants of Sir Arthur Linton 1614-1662) (book, Terry Louis Linton © 1999.) (Linton Research Fund, Inc., Publication © 1999) (printed in Spotsylvania County, Virginia.

LINTON & BIRD Chronicles Volume II, Issue 1, Spring © 2007, ISSN 1941-3521  

LINTON & BIRD Chronicles Volume XVIII, Issue 2, Summer © 2023, ISSN 1941-3521

 

Editor Note: Work-in-progress

* notes end of line

** (CRONK Line) Linton ancestors of Annie Lucretia CRONK (1888-1956)

 

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parents

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

 

grandparents 

Charles Edward LINTON (1890-1958) & Annie Lucretia CRONK (1888-1956)

 

great-grandparents 

John Edward LINTON (1838-1901) & Sallie Fenmor STONESTREET (1861-1926). 

Charles Fenton CRONK (1852-1918) & Georganna Lucretia COXEN (1855-1897)

 

2nd great-grandparents 

Doctor Lewis Colbert LINTON (1803-1876) &  Sarah KOCHER (1810-1870)

Doctor Edward Noble STONESTREET (1822-1870) & Sarah Ann FENMOR (1824-1870)

Charles Greenberry CRONK (1817-1866)  &  Sarah Anna "Susanna" MILLS (1833-1866)

 James Henry COXEN (1833–1870) & Lucretia PADGETT (1837–1888)

 

3rd great-grandparents 

 James LINTON (1769-1854) & Ann CROASDALE (1776-1852)

 Doctor Joseph Noble STONESTREET (1782-1838) & Rosalie "Rosey" Ann EDELEN (1786-1834).

Charles CRONK (1795–1847) *

John Thomas COXEN (1811–1897) & Georgianna (1811–1840) *

Captain George Henry PADGETT (1807–1866) & Anner HACKNEY (1809–1846)

Peter KOCHER (1774–1849) & Maria "Mary "Catherina PIPHER (1787–1850)

Peter MILLS (1800–1855) & Cyntharine "Cynthia" LINTON (1796–1865) ** 

  

4th great-grandparents 

Quaker master millwright Isaiah LINTON (1739-1775) Sarah HIRST (1741-1823).

Adjutant General Henry STONESTREET (1752-1812) & Mary Noble EDELEN (1752-1818)

Jeremiah CROASDALE (1751-1829) & Anne QUINBY (1749-1831)

George Washington COXEN (1786–1865) * & Tresa (1786–?) *

William Henry PADGETT (1783–1859) & Susan LOVEJOY (1783–?) *

James HACKNEY (1783–1832) & Jane Cooper BOYD (1792–1829)

John Peter KOCHER (1767–1837) & Susanna Christina SCHNEIDER (1769–1791)

Samuel PIPHER Jr., (1767–1842) & Anna Barbara LaBAR (1771–1857)

Daniel MILLS (1784–1847) & Sarah RICHARDS (1784–?)

John Augustine Elliott LINTON (1769–1822)  ** Sarah TYLER (1770-1835)

 

5th great-grandparents 

John LINTON (1706-1761)  & Elizabeth HAYHURST (1709-1795)

 Butler STONESTREET (1703-1755) & Jane EDELEN (1718–1770) 

Robert CROASDALE (1728-1780) & Margery HAYHURST (1728-1783)

Isaiah QUINBY (1716–1807) & Rachel WARFORD (1723–1777)

Benjamin F. PADGETT (1755–1799) & Ann GREEN (1750–?) *

Joseph HACKNEY III (1743–1817) & Martha McCOOL (1749–1843)

John BOYD (1760–1828) & Ann MARTIN (1771–1825)

John Peter KOCHER Sr., (1742–1819) & Maria MESSINGER (1743–1813)

Johannes “John” SCHNEIDER (1727–1791) & Elizabeth Catherine MILLER (1739–1829) German emigrants

John HIRST (1720-1754) & Mary Anna JARRETT (1714-?)

Samuel PIPHER Sr., (1740–1812) & Christina Barbara TRANBERG (1740–1801)

Colonel Abraham "Abram" LaBAR (1752–1814) & Anna Maria "Mary" LONG (1752–1808)

Captain John MILLS (1740–1797) & Annie LINTON (1744–1798) **

Rowland RICHARDS (1728–1815) & Lydia TOWNSEND (1745–1835)

John LINTON (1730–1775) ** & Elizabeth "Betty" ELLICOT (1729–?)

William TYLER Jr., (1736-1772) & Sarah KINCHELOE (1740-1842)  

 

6th great-grandparents  

John LINTON (1662-1709)  & Rebekah RELFE (1670-1714) 

William HAYHURST (1668–1713) & Rachel RADCLIFFE (1682–1715)

Thomas STONESTREET Jr., (1672-1771) & Christian BRNES (1674–1737)

Christopher EDELEN Sr., (1682–1771) & Jane JONES (1692–1772)

Jeremiah CROASDALE (1694-1748) & Grace HEATON (1703-1769)

Cuthbert HAYHURST (1706–1763) & Deliverance BILES (1703–1783)

Josiah QUINBY (1663–1728) & Mary MOLYNEUX (1661–1728)

John WARFORD (1683–1769) & Elizabeth STOUT (1691–1760)

Benjamin PADGETT (1724–1797) * & Susan (1725–?) *

Joseph HACKNEY (1700–1745) & Charity HARLAN (1713–1764)

John McCOOL (1745–1815) & Eleanor LEWIS (1750–?)

John BOYD (1735–1800) & Sarah GRIFFITH (1740–1800) English emigrant

Thomas MARTIN Sr., (1740–1794) & Rachel CAFFERY (1748–1803)

Peter KOCHER (1700–1772) & Elizabeth “Eva” Eveles KOPPENHOPPER (1709–1773) German emigrants

Michael F. MESSINGER Sr., (1719–1791) Anna Katharina Catherine ABEL (1723–1785) German emigrants

Michael SCHNEIDER (1700–1794) & Christina (1700–?)  * German emigrants

Christian MILLER (1683–1750) & Barbara (1684–?) * German emigrants

John HIRST (1698-?) & Anna *

John JARRETT (1689–1755) English emigrant & Mary LUKEN (1693–1743)

Hans PIPHER-PFEIFFER (1705–?) & Magdalina ROTH (1710–?) German emigrants 

Frederich TRANBERG (1709–1801) & Maria Eva WITTMER (1720–1837)

John MILLS (1715–?) 

John KINCHELOE (1694-1746) & Elizabeth CANTERBURY (1695–1777)

William LINTON (1700–1733) (CRONK Line) & Susanna MONROE (1695–1752)

 

work-in-progress

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LINTON & BIRD Chronicles Volume XVIII, Issue 2, Summer © 2023, ISSN 1941-3521 laughing

 

                                                  

Terry Louis Linton, 3 years old with Kate, photo taken by Evelyn Virginia BIRD Linton and developed the week of June 23, 1952.

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Quotes  

"Junkology" and "Name-gatherers", A genealogy researcher, who is not searching for original genealogical documents and sources and most of their family tree comes from online member trees. "We must educate our new generations, that genealogy research is not a quick and easy task, real work and time are required. No instant gratification can be acquired. When you see and old history book, atlas, or old self published family history book in the flee market or on line, acquire it. Remember that next year or the next publishing the Alamo will not be in the new Texas history books, because it is becoming political incorrect. That is why my presences in research encyclopedias and research books is an ole one not an online one." Terry Louis Linton 2007.

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"The practice of genealogy was first developed centuries ago to produce a single critical end-product an iron clad Pedigree, that could prove or disprove the rights of claimants to estates, titles and kingdoms." Terry L. Linton © 1977

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"Reading is a complex cognitive process of decoding symbols in order to construct or derive meaning (reading comprehension). It is a means of language acquisition, of communication, and of sharing information and ideas. Like all language, it is a complex interaction between the text and the reader which is shaped by the reader’s prior knowledge, experiences, attitude, and language community which is culturally and socially situated. The reading process requires continuous practice, development, and refinement."

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Below: Rest In Pease Everlyn Virginia BIRD Linton born May 17, 1922 died Novermber 14, 2012: Kenneth Edward Linton, Evelyn Virginia BIRD Linton and Terry Louis Linton on July 4, 2012, Bedford Texas.

Below: Terry Louis Linton, Evelyn Virginia BIRD Linton (better known as Mom) and Kenneth Ken Edward Linton Christmas December 2011 at Mount Vernon.

Terry Louis Linton 2005 on Casey Jones old 382, in Jackson Mississippi.

 

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