Donald Newcomb's Genealogical Database

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Timothy Alderman

M, #18176, b. December 1754

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Timothy Alderman was born in December 1754 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut.G1
  • Last Edited: 5 December 2010

Citations

  1. [S572] Vern R. Spear, Descendants of William Alderman, p. 18

Jonathan Alderman

M, #18177, b. about 1756

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Jonathan Alderman was born about 1756 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut.G1
  • Last Edited: 5 December 2010

Citations

  1. [S572] Vern R. Spear, Descendants of William Alderman, p. 18

Ebenezer Combs

M, #18178

Biography

  • Last Edited: 5 December 2010

Elijah Hill, Jr.

M, #18179, b. 1780

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Elijah Hill was born in 1780 in Windsor, Hartford, Conn.G
  • Person Source: Elijah Hill, Jr., had person sources.1
  • Last Edited: 5 December 2010

Citations

  1. [S572] Vern R. Spear, Descendants of William Alderman, p. 43

Elijah Alderman

M, #18180

Parents

Family: Ahinoam Holcomb

Biography

  • Last Edited: 28 April 2011

Ahinoam Holcomb

F, #18181

Family: Elijah Alderman

Biography

  • Last Edited: 28 April 2011

Caroline Alderman

F, #18183, b. 1810

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Caroline Alderman was born in 1810 in Windsor Mills, Ashtabula, Ohio.G1
  • Last Edited: 5 December 2010

Citations

  1. [S572] Vern R. Spear, Descendants of William Alderman, p. 48

Emeline Alderman

F, #18184, b. 1812

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Emeline Alderman was born in 1812 in Windsor Mills, Ashtabula, Ohio.G1
  • Last Edited: 5 December 2010

Citations

  1. [S572] Vern R. Spear, Descendants of William Alderman, p. 48

Adaline Alderman

F, #18185, b. 1814, d. 1815

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Adaline Alderman was born in 1814 in Windsor Mills, Ashtabula, Ohio.G1
  • Death: She died in 1815 at age ~1.
  • Last Edited: 5 December 2010

Citations

  1. [S572] Vern R. Spear, Descendants of William Alderman, p. 48

Adaline Alderman

F, #18186, b. 1816

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Adaline Alderman was born in 1816 in Windsor Mills, Ashtabula, Ohio.G1
  • Last Edited: 5 December 2010

Citations

  1. [S572] Vern R. Spear, Descendants of William Alderman, p. 48

Angeline Alderman

F, #18187, b. 1818

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Angeline Alderman was born in 1818 in Windsor Mills, Ashtabula, Ohio.G1
  • Last Edited: 5 December 2010

Citations

  1. [S572] Vern R. Spear, Descendants of William Alderman, p. 48

Eveline Alderman

F, #18188, b. 1820

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Eveline Alderman was born in 1820 in Windsor Mills, Ashtabula, Ohio.G1
  • Last Edited: 5 December 2010

Citations

  1. [S572] Vern R. Spear, Descendants of William Alderman, p. 48

Abine Alderman

F, #18189, b. 1821

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Abine Alderman was born in 1821 in Windsor Mills, Ashtabula, Ohio.G1
  • Last Edited: 5 December 2010

Citations

  1. [S572] Vern R. Spear, Descendants of William Alderman, p. 48

Mariline Alderman

F, #18190, b. 1825

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Mariline Alderman was born in 1825 in Windsor Mills, Ashtabula, Ohio.G1
  • Last Edited: 5 December 2010

Citations

  1. [S572] Vern R. Spear, Descendants of William Alderman, p. 48

Living

F, #18191
  • Last Edited: 5 December 2010

Living

F, #18192

Parents

  • Last Edited: 16 December 2010

Living

M, #18193

Parents

  • Last Edited: 5 December 2010

Charles Watterston

M, #18194, b. about 1848, d. 27 July 1884

Parents

Family 1: Louise Rondeau (b. about 1837, d. 31 May 1870)

Family 2: Mary Kate Haskell (b. about 1854, d. 30 December 1919)

Biography

  • Birth: Charles Watterston was born about 1848 in Louisiana.G1,2
  • Marriage: He and Louise Rondeau were married on 6 August 1867 at Fulton Street Church in New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana.G
  • Marriage: Charles Watterston and Mary Kate Haskell were married in 1881.2
  • Death: Charles Watterston died by drowning in the Amite River on 27 July 1884 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.G2,3
  • Person Source: Charles Watterston had person sources.4
  • Will: heir: He was named an heir in the will of George Wedderburn Watterston on 1 May 1857 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.G5
  • Witness: Charles Watterston was in school in February 1860 in Washington, District of Columbia.G6
  • Military: He served in the military in the 2nd Co., Wash. Arty. (LA) from 16 June 1863 to 1 May 1865.7
  • Witness: He was involved in a law suit. between 1869 and 1872 in Washington, District of Columbia.G
  • Misc: He visited Dr. Clomer on 22 May 1870 in Springfield, Livingston, Lousiana.G8
  • Misc: He was appointed a notary in February 1880 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.G9
  • Census: He appeared in the census on 17 June 1880 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.G10
  • Last Edited: 24 April 2013

Citations

  1. [S156] Census, US, 1850, LA, Livingston, p. 5
  2. [S418] /Various Authors/, Various Authors, "Ancestry.com," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed ), , S.A.R. Membership Applications, Roderick J. Watterston, #38207
  3. [S644] Succession of G. W. Waterson, Included in the file are a number of papers of the succession of Charles Watterston, Mary Kate Haskall's widow petition
  4. [S574] Caleb Clarke Magruder Jr, Nathaniel Magruder of Dunblane, pp. 14, 28-29
  5. [S574] Caleb Clarke Magruder Jr, Nathaniel Magruder of Dunblane, p. 13
  6. [S645] /Edward Livingston Historical Association/, Hostory of Livingston Parish, v. 1, p. 589
  7. [S576] Andrew B. Booth, Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers and Confederate Commands, v. 3, book 2, p. 1010
  8. [S643] Warren B Wall, Dr. Clomer's Journals, v. 2, p. 110
  9. [S194] Newspaper article, New Orleans Item, 2/25/1880, p. 4, c. 4
  10. [S670] 1880 Census, , population, , ; digital images, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed ), Louisiana, Livingston; 5th Ward; 138; p. 27; HH 244

George Watterston

M, #18195, b. 23 October 1783, d. 4 February 1854

Parents

Family: Maria A. Shanley (b. about 1795, d. 30 June 1864)

George Watterston

Biography

  • Birth: George Watterston was born on 23 October 1783 in New York City, New York.G1
  • Marriage: He and Maria A. Shanley were married on 26 October 1811.2,3
  • Death: George Watterston died on 4 February 1854 at age 70 in Washington, District of Columbia.G1
  • Burial: He was buried on 6 February 1854 at Congressional Cemetery in Washington, District of Columbia.G1,4,5
  • Person Source: George Watterston had person sources.6
  • Occupation: From 28 February 1811 George Watterston was an attorney in Washington, District of Columbia.G7
  • Occupation: From 1815 to 1829 George Watterston was a librarian of Congress.2
  • Will: heir: He was named an heir in the will of David Watterston in 1817.8
  • Census: George Watterston appeared in the census in 1820 at 4th Ward in Washington, District of Columbia.G
  • Purchaser: He purchased several lots on 11 March 1823 in Washington, District of ColumbiaG, from Mary Watterston.9
  • Misc: George Watterston studied Logic, Rhetoric & Latin in 1826 at Washington Catholic Seminary in Washington, District of Columbia.G10
  • Will: executor: He was named an executor for the will of Elizabeth Magruder on 27 March 1827 in Washington, District of Columbia.G11
  • Census: George Watterston appeared in the census in 1830 at 4th Ward in Washington, District of Columbia.G
  • Census (fam): He and Maria A. Shanley appeared in the census on 16 July 1850 in Washington, District of Columbia.G12
  • Will: witness: George Watterston witnessed the will of Charles Beale Hamilton on 10 March 1851 in Washington, District of Columbia.G13
  • Last Edited: 26 September 2013

Citations

  1. [S508] FindAGrave.com, , database (http://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), , Memorial# 7405977
  2. [S574] Caleb Clarke Magruder Jr, Nathaniel Magruder of Dunblane, pp. 11
  3. [S652] Joan M. Dixon, National Intellignecer and Washington Advertiser Newspaper Abstracts 1811-1813, p. 80
  4. [S574] Caleb Clarke Magruder Jr, Nathaniel Magruder of Dunblane, pp. 14, 28-29
  5. [S585] Assn. for the Preservation of Historic Congressional Cemetery, Congressional Cemetery Website (http://www.congressionalcemetery.org : accessed ), , Private vault book, p. 138, Watterston/Hamilton Vault
  6. [S330] Online encyclopedia en.wikipedia.org, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Watterston
  7. [S652] Joan M. Dixon, National Intellignecer and Washington Advertiser Newspaper Abstracts 1811-1813, p. 13
  8. [S648] (), D.C. Wills: ; D.C. Archives, Washington, DC, Daughter Mary and her husband George Burns were to get his house and relief from any debts owed the estate. Son George was to get all other real estate. Slaves George & Moses manumitted. Everything else sold and split between George and Mary, 1823, Box #8
  9. [S199] Miscellaneous, Deed books of District of Columbia, liber W.B. 5, p. 365
  10. [S194] Newspaper article, Daily National Intelligencer, 8/2/1826, p. 2
  11. [S649] Wesley E. Pippenger, District of Columbia Probate Records, p. 141
  12. [S156] Census, US, 1850, DC, Ward 5, p. 50 & 51, HH 404
  13. [S649] Wesley E. Pippenger, District of Columbia Probate Records, p. 356

George Wedderburn Watterston

M, #18196, b. about 1825, d. 5 February 1860

Parents

Family: Rebecca Bookter (b. about 1824, d. BY PROB MAY 1857)

Biography

  • Birth: George Wedderburn Watterston was born about 1825 in Washington, District of Columbia.G
  • Marriage: He and Rebecca Bookter were married in 1846.1
  • Death: George Wedderburn Watterston died suddenly on 5 February 1860 in New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana.G2,3,4,5
  • Burial: He was buried in February 1860 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.G5
  • Misc: George Wedderburn Watterston advertised a reward for run-away slave on 14 August 1841 in New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana.G6
  • Elected: He was elected as a state representitive in 1846 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.G
  • Property: He owned the house in 1849 at Dunblane Plantation in Prince Georges Co., Maryland.G2
  • Census (fam): He and Rebecca Bookter appeared in the census in July 1850 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.G7
  • Misc: George Wedderburn Watterston declined to run for Congress due to health from December 1850 to August 1851 in Louisiana.G8
  • Elected as: He was elected as judge in the 8th district in May 1853.9
  • Misc: He was sued over a debt from 1855 to 1858.
  • Will: He made a will on 1 May 1857 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.G10
  • Misc: He ran for Congress on the American (Know Nothing) Party ticket and came in 2nd in a field of 3. from September 1857 to November 1857 in Louisiana.G11
  • Graduation: He graduated on 6 July 1859 in Georgetown, District of Columbia.G12
  • Probate: The estate of George Wedderburn Watterston was probated about 3 March 1860 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.G10,13,14,15
  • Probate: The estate of George Wedderburn Watterston was probated on 29 August 1860 in Prince Georges Co., Maryland.G
  • Will: heir: He was named an heir in the will of Eliza Shanley in October 1860.
  • Last Edited: 27 March 2015

Citations

  1. [S418] /Various Authors/, Various Authors, "Ancestry.com," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed ), , S.A.R. Membership Applications, Roderick J. Watterston, #38207
  2. [S577] Caleb Clark Magruder, Jr, John Magruder of Dunblane, p. 92
  3. [S192] Newspaper obituary, G.W. Watterston, New Orleans Commercial Bulletin, 1860-02-06, Pg. 2 col. 3
  4. [S192] Newspaper obituary, G W Watterston, National Intelligencer, 2/20/1860, p. 1
  5. [S192] Newspaper obituary, G.W. Watterston, New Orleans Daily Crescent, 2/6/1860, p. 6, c. 2
  6. [S194] Newspaper article, Times-Picayune, 8/14/1841, p. 3, c. 4
  7. [S156] Census, US, 1850, LA, Livingston, p. 5
  8. [S194] Newspaper article, Baton Rouge Gazette, 12/17/1850. p. 3
  9. [S194] Newspaper article, New Orleans Picayune, 5/20/1853, p. 2, c. 1
  10. [S574] Caleb Clarke Magruder Jr, Nathaniel Magruder of Dunblane, p. 13
  11. [S194] Newspaper article, Weekly Herald (NYC), 12/5/1857, p. 389
  12. [S194] Newspaper article, Alexandria Gazette, 7/8/1859, p. 2
  13. [S194] Newspaper article, New Orleans Times, 3/5/1867, p. 3, c. 6
  14. [S194] Newspaper article, Times Picayune, 12/22/1860, p. 2, c. 1
  15. [S643] Warren B Wall, Dr. Clomer's Journals, v. 1, p. 76

Rebecca Bookter

F, #18197, b. about 1824, d. BY PROB MAY 1857

Parents

Family: George Wedderburn Watterston (b. about 1825, d. 5 February 1860)

Biography

  • Birth: Rebecca Bookter was born about 1824 in Louisiana.G
  • Marriage: George Wedderburn Watterston and Rebecca Bookter were married in 1846.1
  • Death: She died BY PROB MAY 1857.
  • Census (fam): George Wedderburn Watterston and Rebecca Bookter appeared in the census in July 1850 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.G2
  • Will: mentioned: She was mentioned in the will of George Wedderburn Watterston on 1 May 1857 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.G3
  • Probate: The estate of Rebecca Bookter was probated from 1861 to 1866.
  • Last Edited: 3 February 2011

Citations

  1. [S418] /Various Authors/, Various Authors, "Ancestry.com," database, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed ), , S.A.R. Membership Applications, Roderick J. Watterston, #38207
  2. [S156] Census, US, 1850, LA, Livingston, p. 5
  3. [S574] Caleb Clarke Magruder Jr, Nathaniel Magruder of Dunblane, p. 13

George Watterston

M, #18198, b. about 1844, d. 10 August 1863

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: George Watterston was born about 1844 in Louisiana.G
  • Death: He died on 10 August 1863 in Hagerstown, Washington, Maryland.G1,2
  • Will: heir: George Watterston was named an heir in the will of George Wedderburn Watterston on 1 May 1857 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.G3
  • Misc: George Watterston was in school in February 1860 in Washington, District of Columbia.G4
  • Military: He served in the military in the 2nd Co. Wash. Arty. (LA) from 10 December 1862 to 10 August 1863.1
  • Misc: He was wounded at the Battle of Williamsport on 6 July 1863 in Williamsport, Washington, Maryland.G5
  • Misc: He was captured and held at Seminary Hospital on 14 July 1863 in Williamsport, Washington, Maryland.G6
  • Last Edited: 27 September 2012

Citations

  1. [S576] Andrew B. Booth, Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers and Confederate Commands, v. 3, book 2, p. 1010
  2. [S186] NARA, Compiled Military Service Record, George Watterston, p. 10, 13
  3. [S574] Caleb Clarke Magruder Jr, Nathaniel Magruder of Dunblane, p. 13
  4. [S645] /Edward Livingston Historical Association/, Hostory of Livingston Parish, v. 1, p. 589
  5. [S186] NARA, Compiled Military Service Record, George Watterston, p. 7
  6. [S186] NARA, Compiled Military Service Record, George Watterston, p. 11

David W. Watterston

M, #18199, b. about March 1849

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: David W. Watterston was born about March 1849 in Louisiana.G
  • Burial: He was buried at Watterson/Watterston Cemetery in Clio, Livingston, Louisiana.G1
  • Will: heir: David W. Watterston was named an heir in the will of George Wedderburn Watterston on 1 May 1857 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.G2
  • Witness: David W. Watterston was in school in February 1860 in Washington, District of Columbia.G3
  • Census: He appeared in the census on 19 September 1860 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.G4
  • Witness: He was involved in a law suit. between 1869 and 1872 in Washington, District of Columbia.G
  • Census: He appeared in the census in 1880 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.G
  • Census: He appeared in the census in 1900 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.G
  • Census: He appeared in the census in 1910 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.G5
  • Last Edited: 3 October 2012

Citations

  1. [S646] /Edward Livingston Historical Assn./, Livingston Parish Headstone Inscriptions, v. 2, p 592
  2. [S574] Caleb Clarke Magruder Jr, Nathaniel Magruder of Dunblane, p. 13
  3. [S645] /Edward Livingston Historical Association/, Hostory of Livingston Parish, v. 1, p. 589
  4. [S156] Census, US, 1860, LA, Livingston, p. 5
  5. [S156] Census, US, 1910, LA, Livingston, Ward 10, ED 72, Sht 1A

Maria A. Shanley

F, #18200, b. about 1795, d. 30 June 1864

Parents

Family: George Watterston (b. 23 October 1783, d. 4 February 1854)

Biography

  • Birth: Maria A. Shanley was born about 1795 in Maryland.G
  • Marriage: George Watterston and Maria A. Shanley were married on 26 October 1811.1,2
  • Death: She died on 30 June 1864 in Washington, District of Columbia.G3
  • Burial: She was buried on 2 July 1864 at Congressional Cemetery in Washington, District of Columbia.G3,4
  • Will: heir: Maria A. Shanley was named an heir in the will of Elizabeth Magruder on 27 March 1827 in Washington, District of Columbia.G5
  • Census (fam): George Watterston and Maria A. Shanley appeared in the census on 16 July 1850 in Washington, District of Columbia.G6
  • Will: witness: She witnessed the will of Charles Beale Hamilton on 10 March 1851 in Washington, District of Columbia.G7
  • Census: Maria A. Shanley appeared in the census on 14 June 1860 in Washington, District of Columbia.G8
  • Will: heir: She was named an heir in the will of Eliza Shanley in October 1860.
  • Misc: Maria A. Shanley filed a petition regarding several slaves on 30 June 1862 in Washington, District of Columbia.G9
  • Last Edited: 22 October 2012

Citations

  1. [S574] Caleb Clarke Magruder Jr, Nathaniel Magruder of Dunblane, pp. 11
  2. [S652] Joan M. Dixon, National Intellignecer and Washington Advertiser Newspaper Abstracts 1811-1813, p. 80
  3. [S192] Newspaper obituary, Maria Watterston, Daily National Intelligencer, 7/1/1864, p. 1, c. 6
  4. [S585] Assn. for the Preservation of Historic Congressional Cemetery, Congressional Cemetery Website (http://www.congressionalcemetery.org : accessed ), , Private vault book, p. 138, Watterston/Hamilton Vault
  5. [S649] Wesley E. Pippenger, District of Columbia Probate Records, p. 141
  6. [S156] Census, US, 1850, DC, Ward 5, p. 50 & 51, HH 404
  7. [S649] Wesley E. Pippenger, District of Columbia Probate Records, p. 356
  8. [S667] 1860 Census, , population, , ; digital images, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed ), D.C., Washington; 5th Ward; p. 85; HH 611
  9. [S639] "Fold3," database, (: accessed ), ; citing Fold3, Board of Commissioners for Emancipation of Slaves, Petitions under act of Apr 16, 1862, #825