Jacqueline Zoe LINTON

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Jacqueline Zoe LINTON

Ancestral Lineage



Jacqueline Zoe LINTON photos taken in 2010

Jacqueline Zoe LINTON

Ancestral Lineage


Terry Louis Linton © 2010

Linton Research Fund Inc., Publication © 2010

LINTON & BIRD Chronicles, Volume V, Issue 2, Summer © 2010, ISSN 1941-3521

Updated July 28, 2017


Jacqueline Zoe LINTON  is the daughter of Travis Louis LINTON and Paulette Michelle BOWMAN. Jacqueline was born on Thursday, July 29, 2010, at 12:02 AM, weighing 6.6 pounds, 48 centimeters (almost 19 inches) at home attended by a mid-wife, in Johnsonville, Wellington, New Zealand.



Jacqueline is the granddaughter of Terry Louis LINTON & Christine “Chris” Betty PETTY.  Terry was born on November 8, 1949, in Alexandria, Virginia. Chris was born on  June 18, 1950, in  Caldwell, Canyon County, Idaho.

Jacqueline is the granddaughter of Paul Michael BOWMAN & Monique Denise LABRUYERE. Paul was born on September 26, 1946, in Phoenix, Arizona. Monique was born on  October 8, 1949, in Verdun, Dommary-Baroncourt, France.




Jacqueline is the great-granddaughter of Kirk Louis LINTON (1914-1987) &  Evelyn Virginia BIRD (1922-2012).  Kirk was born on January 29, 1914, in the Mount Vernon District, in Fairfax County, Virginia and died on  July 18, 1987, in Frederickburg, Virginia. Evelyn was born on  May 17, 1922 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas and died on November 14, 2012, in North Richland Hills, Tarrant County, Texas.

Jacqueline is the great-granddaughter of Lovell Bradley "Brad" PETTY (1921–1983)  & Betty Jean FARIS (1921–2011). Brad was born on January 25,  1921, in Effingham Ward 4, Effingham County, Illinois and died on July 20,  1983, in Watsonville, Santa Cruz, Alameda County, California. Betty was born on January 7, 1921, in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana and died on February 25, 2011, in Capitola, Santa Cruz, Alameda County, California.

Jacqueline is the great-granddaughter of Raphael Adrien LABRUYERE (1923-1954) & Giselle Marie Fernande LESUEUR.  Raphael was born on January 14, 1923, in Fismes, France and died on  February 24, 1954, in Verdun, Dommary-Baroncourt, France. Giselle was born May 30, 1924, in  Verdun, Dommary-Baroncourt, France.

Jacqueline is the great-granddaughter of Ralph Edward BOWMAN Jr., (1913-1989) & Verna Francis BERRY (1913-1974). Ralph was born on  August 6, 1913, in  Seattle, King County Washington and died on June 3, 1989, in Centralia, Lewis County, Washington. Verna was born on January 28,   1913, in Goldendale, Klickitat County, Washington and died on December 31, 1974, in May, Brown County, Texas.


2nd great-grandparents


Jacqueline is the 2nd great-granddaughter of Charles “Charlie” Edward LINTON (1890-1958) & Annie Lucretia CRONK (1888-1956).  Charlie was born on December 1, 1890, on the "Linton Family Farm, in Riverside Park," near Hunters Station and Fort Hunt, in the Mount Vernon District, Fairfax County, Virginia. He died on April 6, 1958, at the Circle Terrace Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia.  Annie was born on November 18, 1888, in the home of her parents in Alexandria, Virginia and died  on  February 10, 1956,  in the Circle Terrace Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia.

Jacqueline is the 2nd great-granddaughter of Jeff Augustus "Gus" BIRD (1893–1954) & Clara Myrtle GRAY-SADLER (1900–1988).  Gus was born on August 16, 1893, in Birdville, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas and died on June 12, 1954, in Haltom City, Tarrant County, Texas.  Clara was born on June 14, 1900, in Seaboard, Princess Anne County, Virginia and died on December 27, 1988, in Haltom City, Tarrant County, Texas.

Jacqueline is the 2nd great-granddaughter of William Nathan PETTY (1896–1942) & Margaret May KINGERY (1900–1970). William was born on April 29, 1896, in Tuscola, Douglas County, Illinois and died on November 14, 1942, in Effingham, Effingham County, Illinois. Margaret was born on July 6, 1900, in Greenup, Cumberland County, Illinois and died on May 3 MAY, 1970, in Lynwood, Los Angeles County, California.

Jacqueline is the 2nd great-granddaughter of Earl FARIS (1884–1964) & Elsie Wavelet QUERRY (1889–1959).  Earl was born November 26, 1884, in Gillam, Jasper County, Indiana and died on February 4, 1964, in Georges Creek, Massac, Illinois.  Elsie was born on December 15, 1889, in  Pulaski County, Indiana and died on April 11, 1959, in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.

Jacqueline is the 2nd great-granddaughter of Ralph Edward BOWMAN Sr.,  (1894–1949) & Elsie D. BARBER (1894–1957).  Ralph was born on August 3, 1894, in Monroeton, Bradford County, Pennsylvania and died on May 17, 1949, in Richmond, Wayne County, Indiana. Elsie was born on February 10, 1894, in Michigan and on November 21, 1957, in Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington.


Editor note: work-in-progress


3rd great-grandparents


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

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

Thomas Jefferson BIRD (1861-1931) and Drusilla GAY (1867-1948)

George Charles Godwin GRAY (1874-?)  &  Virginia "Ginny" WILLIAMS (1874-?)

Portus Edgar BOWMAN (1867–1942) & Almeda Olive MARTIN (1869–1953)

Dwight Crandall BERRY (1882–1926) & Gail Enid MACMILLEN (1886–?)

Joseph Bradley PETTY (1855–1931) & Priscilla MARRS (1856–1925)

John FARIS (1831–1891) & Isabelle JONES (1864–1941)

William Freshour QUERRY (1860–1941) & Fannie Emma FARNSLEY (1869–1939)

James Marshall KINGERY (1862–1950) & Sarah Melinda WARNER (1864–1949)

Francis "Frank" Joseph BARBER (1865–1945) & Minnie L. PRATT (1867–1933)


4th 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)

George BIRD, Jr. (1821-1888) and Melinda Elizabeth CARROLL (1827-1906)

Augustus "Gus" GAY (1840–1879) & Amanda Matilda NASH (1846–1922)

John Walker WILLIAMS (1840–1905) & Sarah "Salley" Frances CAPPS (1846–1943)

William Wadworth BOWMAN (1821–1871) & Henrietta Harriet ALLEN (1841–1908)

Fredrick Lee MARTIN (1842–1876) & Mary E. BURHAM (1839–1877)

Ebenezer "Eben" Albion BERRY (1839–1893) & Clara THOMPSON (1846–1898)

Nathaniel PETTY (1830–1906) & Ann Mariah WOOD (1831–1918)

William MARRS Jr., (1800–1880) & Mary Jane SUNDERLAND (1817–1906)

John FARIS Sr., (1792–1844) & Sarah TRUITT (1793–1866)

Nicholas JONES (1829–1895) & Sarah Elizabeth BOSTAIN (1832–1921)

John QUERRY (1826–1881) & Mary Hannah FRESHOUR (1831–1920)

Holby George FARNSLEY (1842–1919) & Mary J. "Mollie" MARTIN (Kepley) (1844–1925)

Henry KINGERY (1816–1884) & Nancy Mariah CLAPP (1825–1880)

John WARNER (1842–1894) & Mary Jane ESTES (1842–1928)

Joseph BARBER (1847–1923) & Mary Ann SHAMPANG (1850–1907)

Daniel “Durett” O. PRATT (1847–?) & Delia A. SHIPPEE (1849–1918)


Editor note: work-in-progress



Noted Ancestors on our Family Tree

Terry Louis Linton © 2010

Linton Research Fund Inc., Publication © 2010

LINTON & BIRD Chronicles Volume XII, Issue 2, Summer © 2017, ISSN 1941-3521

Updated August 9, 2017


On the LINTON Family Tree


Jacqueline is the  2nd cousin eight times removed of the 5th President of the United States, James MONROE (1758-1831). 

Jacqueline is the 6th great-granddaughter of Quaker master millwright Isaiah LINTON (1739-1775).  

Jacqueline is the  6th cousin eight times removed of General George WASHINGTON (1732-1799), through the BALL branch of the LINTON family tree.    

Jacqueline is the 28th great-granddaughter of Lord William II de Somerville Baron Lintone )  the builder of Lintone Tower in Linton Parish, Roxburghshire, Scotland.

Jacqueline is the 28th great-granddaughter of Sir Knight John Somerville (1150-1194) of Carnwath, Lanarshire, Scotland, in 1174, who encountered the Linton Dragon, also known as the Wyrm of Wormistone, of Parish Lintone.

Jacqueline is the 31st great-granddaughter of Lady and Sir Knight Gualter "Walter" de SÉMERVILLE (1030-1097) Ethnarch of Caen, de Sémerville In Nord, Normandy, France the hero of the Battle of Hasting, on October 14, 1066.


On the BIRD Family Tree,


Jacqueline is 2nd cousin five times removed of Ann Pamela Cunningham (1816-1875). In 1853, Ann founded the Mount Vernon Ladies Association of the Union and saved George Washington's Mount Vernon Plantation.

Jacqueline is the 2nd cousin 5 times removed of Senator William Lowndes YANCEY (1814-1863), on February 9, 1861, William was considered for the President of the Confederate States of America.

Jacqueline is the 4th cousin five removed of Doctor Walter REED (1851-1902) a U.S. Army surgeon, American Medical Pioneer and conqueror of Yellow Fever.

Jacqueline is the 6th great-granddaughter of Colonel Mark BIRD (1739-1812) “ who was given the impossible" order of getting food to General Washington's starving troops at Valley Forge. This task General Mifflin had failed to do earlier. Colonel Bird managed to float 1,000 barrels of flour from his own water grist mills in Birdsboro which were stored in Reading down the Schuylkill River in the dead of winter.” 

Jacqueline has three 6th great-granduncles that signed of the Declaration of Independence, in her family tree,  Judge James WILSON (1742-1798), Colonel George ROSS Jr. (1730-1779) and Judge George READ (1733-1798).  James WILSON also signed the  United States Constitution on September 17, 1787.

Jacqueline is the 7th great-granddaughter of Ironmaster William BIRD (1706-1761) of Ireland and Brigitte HULING (1715-1790) of the New Castle Dutch Colony. Delaware.

Jacqueline is the 8th great-granddaughter of Patrick HENRY (1736–1799) Governor of Virginia known for his “Give me Liberty or Give me Death” speech. 


On the ROSS Family Tree


Jacqueline is the 6th great-grandniece of Colonel George ROSS Jr. (1730-1779) who signed the Declaration of Independence for the Colony of Pennsylvania on August 2, 1776, at the Pennsylvania State House (Independence Hall) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,

Jacqueline is 7th cousin one time removed of Elizabeth "Betsy" GRISCOM Ross (1751-1836), better known as “Betsy Ross”. Betsy was asked to stitch the first new flag for the Continental Navy. Then later she was asked to stitch the new flag for the New Republic.

Jacqueline is the 19th great-grandniece of Maud de BRUCE (1304–1364) of Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland the daughter of Robert de BRUCE (1274-1329) King of Scotland.

Jacqueline is the 26th great-granddaughter of Lord Malcolm Macheth de ROSS (1100-1168) of Orkney, Orkney Islands, Scotland & Aveline Ales CANMORE (1113-?) of Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland. They were made famous in William SHAKESPEARE’s  “The Tragedy of Macbeth” a tragedy  that was first performed in 1606.

Jacqueline is the 26th great-granddaughter of King Duncan I de Canmore (1011-1040), the 1st King of Scotland.

Jacqueline is the 47th great-granddaughter of King HENGEST (432-488) “the Jute” of Kent, England.


On the  RADCLIFFE Family Tree,


Jacqueline is the 33rd great-granddaughter of Leofric (968–1057) “the Great MALET” Earl of Mercia  Lady Godiva GODGIFU (990–1067) Countess of Mercia


On the WILLIAMS Family Tree


Jacqueline’s oldest ancestor can be found on her 2nd great-grandmother Clara Myrtle GRAY-SADLER Bird (1900-1988) William-Capps family tree.  Jacqueline is the 55th great-granddaughter of Fodepald  King of the Frisians, born circa 100 in Frisian, Nether

Below: Jacqueline Zoe LINTON September 2010