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PADGETT Branch of the LINTON Family Tree

 

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PADGETT Branch of the LINTON Family Tree

Ancestors of 

Annie Lucretia CRONK Linton (1888-1956)

 

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

 

children:

 

John Edward Charles Linton (1910-1911);  Florence Avis LINTON Beavers (1912-1990);  Kirk Louis Linton (1914-1987);   Georganna Linton (1916-1916);     Theodore "Ted" Francis Linton (1917-1970);  Bernadette "Bernie" Thelma LINTON Butler (1921-2014); Madeline "Madge" Elizabeth LINTON Bly (1922-1991)

 

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Parents   

  

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

 

Children:

 

Clarence CRONK (1877-1898); Willian "Willie" CRONK (1879-1883); Louis Milton CRONK (1881-1919); Lena May CRONK Ballard (1884-1927);  Annie Lucretia CRONK Linton (1888-1956) and Mary Emma CRONK Penn (1892-1977).

 

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Grandparents

 

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

 

Children:

Caroline "Carrie" Virginia COXEN (1854–1935); Georganna Lucretia COXEN (1855–1897); James H. W. COXEN (1858–?); George Washington COXEN (1859–?)

 

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Great-grandparents

 

 

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

 

Children:

Anner HACKNEY (1809–1846); William F. PADGETT (1826–1852); Mary C. PADGETT (1827–?); "Mary" Martha Alice PADGETT (1830–18830; Lucretia PADGETT (1837–1888); George William PADGETT (1843–1845); James L. PADGETT (1846–1891).

 

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2nd great-grandparents

 

William Henry PADGETT (1783–1859) & Susan LOVEJOY (1789–1854)

 

Children: 

 

Sarah "Sallie" PADGETT (1802–1864); Captain George Henry PADGETT (1807–1866); William Robert PADGETT (1807–1881); Constable Joseph Lovejoy PADGETT Sr., (1808–1884); James PADGETT (1809–?); Hannah R. PADGETT (1813–?); Sarah Ann PADGETT (1825–?).

 

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3rd great-grandparents

 

Benjamin Franklin PADGETT (1755–1799) & Ann GREEN (1749–1806)

 

Children:

 

Benjamin Franklin PADGETT (1780–?); William Henry PADGETT (1783–1859); John PADGETT (1784–1879); Mary PADGETT (1789–?).

 

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4th great-grandparents

 

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

Benjamin was born in 1724 in Carroll’s Manor, in Baltimore County, Maryland and died on December 9, 1797 in Port Tobacco Parish, Charles County, Maryland.

 

One known child:

 

Children: Benjamin Franklin PADGETT (1755–1799)

 

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Padgett History

 

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Our Padgett ancestors originally came from Pachet, Normandy. [i]  According to the House of Names, the Padget Motto “Per il suo contrario” Translation: “By its reverse.” was “originally a war cry or slogan. Mottoes first began to be shown with arms in the 14th and 15th centuries, but were not in general use until the 17th century. Thus, the oldest coats of arms generally do not include a motto. Mottoes seldom form part of the grant of arms: Under most heraldic authorities, a motto is an optional component of the coat of arms, and can be added to or changed at will; many families have chosen not to display a motto.” [ii]

 

Lord William Pachet “the Norman” came over with William I (1024-1087) "The Conqueror" "The Bastard" “7th Duke of Normandy”, “1st King of England” in his conquest of England in 1066.    Willian the Conqueror was the 27th great granduncle of Clara Myrtle GRAY-SADLER Bird (1900-1988).

 

Lord William Padget was awarded manors in Oxfordshire and Derbyshire England for his services by William the Conqueror. [iii]  Mickleover Manor in Derbyshire was an early estate of the family.  "The manor was given, with Findern, Littleover and Potlac, by William the Conqueror, to Burton Abbey; Henry VIII. granted these manors to Sir William Paget." Presumably the same Sir William was granted estates in Aston-Upon-Trent. "The manor was granted after the Reformation to Sir William Paget." [iv]

 

The first recorded Padget to arrive in America was Ann Padget, who landed in Virginia in 1653. [v]  So far, our oldest sourced Padgett ancestor is Benjamin PADGETT (1724–1797) & Susan (1725-?). Benjamin was born in 1724 in Carroll’s Manor, Baltimore County, Maryland.  Benjamin died on December 9, 1797 in Port Tobacco Parish, Charles County, Maryland.  Benjamin & Susan were the 4th great-grandparents of Annie Lucretia CRONK (1888-1956) and the 5th great-grandparents of Kirk Louis LINTON (1914-1987)

 

Direct Linage Line:

Benjamin PADGETT (1724-1797)

Benjamin Franklin PADGETT (1755-1799)

William Henry PADGETT (1783-1859)

Captain George Henry PADGETT (1807-1866)

Lucretia PADGETT (1837-1888)

Georganna Lucretia COXEN (1855-1897)

Annie Lucretia CRONK (1888-1956)

Kirk Louis LINTON (1914-1987)

 

Sources

 

 

[i]   House of Names Copyright © 2000 - 2019 Swyrich Corporation, all rights reserved.

 

[ii]   House of Names Copyright © 2000 - 2019 Swyrich Corporation, all rights reserved.

 

[iii]   The Norman People and Their Existing Descendants in the British Dominions and the United States Of America. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, 1975. Print. (ISBN 0-8063-0636-X)

 

 

[iv]  Lewis, Samuel, A Topographical Dictionary of England. Institute of Historical Research, 1848, Print.

 

[v]   Filby, P. William, Meyer, Mary K., Passenger and immigration lists index: a guide to published arrival records of about 500,000 passengers who came to the United States and Canada in the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries. 1982-1985 Cumulated Supplements in Four Volumes Detroit, Mich.: Gale Research Co., 1985, Print (ISBN 0-8103-1795-8)