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  James Abercrombie (1740?-1819)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
James Abercrombie (1740?-1819) is said to have died on 8 December 1819 and is buried in a McDaniel-Dial family cemetery in Laurens County.
The size of James Abercrombie’s grant [100 acres] suggests that he was a single man in 1767 because the headright system of granting land then provided that amount for the head-of-household who had to be at least sixteen years old and 50 acres for each additional person in the household.
James Abercrombie (1740?-1819) may have been the man of that name who as a justice of the peace appears in deeds in the Ninety-six District in 1769 when that office was appointed by the royal governor.
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 James Abercrombie: Definition and Links by Encyclopedian.com - All about James Abercrombie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Sir James Abercrombie (1706-April 28, 1781) was a British General and commander of forces in America during the French and Indian War who met with disaster in the Battle of Ticonderoga (1758).
Abercrombie commanded a Brigade at Louisbourg in 1757 and became commander of the British forces in America after the departure of Loudoun in March of 1758.
General Abercrombie's son was Lieutenant Colonel James Abercrombie (?-June 24, 1775).
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 Abercrombie Family Tree - Person Page 5
James Erwin Abercrombie II was the son of James Erwin Abercrombie.
Sallie Cary Abercrombie was the daughter of James Erwin Abercrombie II and Sallie B. Cary.
Lelia A. Abercrombie was the daughter of James Erwin Abercrombie II and Sallie B. Cary.
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 James Abercrombie (General) - Wikipedia
Sir James Abercrombie (* 1706 in Glassaugh, Banffshire, Schottland, Königreich Großbritannien; † 28.
Abercrombie stammte aus einer wohlhabenden schottischen Familie und kaufte sich 1742 ein Offizierspatent als Major beim 1.
Abercrombie kommandierte 1757 eine Brigade bei der Einnahme von Fort Louisbourg und wurde Kommandeur der britischen Streitkräfte in Amerika nach der Ablösung von Loudoun im März von 1758.
de.wikipedia.org /wiki/James_Abercrombie_%28General%29   (279 words)

  
 Handbook of Texas Online: ABERCROMBIE, JAMES SMITHER
Jim) Smither Abercrombie, oilman, Houston civic leader, and philanthropist, was born in Huntsville, Texas, on July 7, 1891, the fourth of thirteen children of James Buford and Evelina (Wood) Abercrombie, Jr.
Abercrombie and Lillie Frank were married on May 6, 1925; the couple had one daughter.
Then in 1968 the James S. Abercrombie Foundation was established as a trust to hold gifts and grants primarily for the Texas Children's Hospital and for the Texas Heart Institute of St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital.
www.tsha.utexas.edu /handbook/online/articles/view/AA/fab5.html   (1182 words)

  
 Beers: Abercrombie p. 73
James Abercrombie, his grandfather, also a native of this State, for a time followed farming in eastern Pennsylvania, whence in an early day he came to Washington county, settling on a farm in Donegal township, where he passed the remainder of his life.
Chester B. Abercrombie passed his early life on the home farm in Donegal township, receiving his education at the schools of the neighborhood, which was supplemented by home reading and quiet study; and he early evinced those business qualifications, marked characteristics of his life, which have elevated him to his present prominent and responsible position.
Abercrombie was united in marriage with Mary J., daughter of Thomas Henderson, of Washington county, and two children were born to them, Kate and Blanche, the latter of whom died December 1, 1889.
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 Lieutenant Colonel James Abercrombie (?-1775)
James Grant (1720-1806), who led a British military expedition against the Cherokees in South Carolina in 1761, was also commissioned 2nd lieutenant in the same battalion the day before James Abercrombie.
Abercrombie was in Dublin on 29 March 1753 when he wrote a precept of sasine and on 5 February 1754 he sold properties in Scotland [Over and Nether Auchinderrin, Hilton of Auchinderrin, Aldekarm Littlefield and Mills] to Colonel James Abercrombie (1706-1781) of Glassaugh.
The 42nd was with General James Abercromby (1706-1781) at Ticonderoga when the French defeated the British there in July 1758.
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 Historic Houston: Who's Who: J.S. Abercrombie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
In 1921, Abercrombie, not yet 30, was president of Cameron Iron Works, a drilling parts supplier, and the James S. Abercrombie Company, a drilling concern with five rigs.
Abercrombie was the son of a Huntsville prison warden and started working at age 10 to help support his family.
Abercrombie and his wife donated $1 million of the $2.5 million needed to cover construction, requesting only that no restrictions be placed on which sick children could be admitted.
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 James Abercromby - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
James Abercromby, 1st Baron Dunfermline (1776 – 1858), British politician
James Abercrombie (1706 1781), British general (also spelled Abercromby)
James Abercrombie (1795 1861), member of the United States House of Representatives from the state of Alabama
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 Abercrombie (disambiguation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
David Abercrombie, founder of the Abercrombie and Fitch Co.
Neil Abercrombie, member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Hawaii.
Abercrombie River, a river in New South Wales, Australia
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 Eccles/Lee Family History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Abercrombie was born in Laurens, South Carolina 1785.
James Abercrombie was born in Laurens, South Carolina CA 1786.
Mahala Abercrombie was born in Laurens, South Carolina 1798.
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 Chuck's Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
CHARLES ABERCROMBIE (ROBERT) was born 4 Mar 1741/42 in Orange County, North Carolina;1, and died 23 Sep 1821 in Hancock County, Georgia;2,3.
JAMES ABERCROMBIE (CHARLES, ROBERT) was born 18 Feb 1792 in Hancock County, Georgia;4,5, and died 2 Jul 1861 in Pensacola, Florida;5,11,17.
JAMES ABERCROMBIE (JAMES, CHARLES, ROBERT) was born 20 Nov 1819, and died 3 Jan 1871 in Pensacola, Florida;17.
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COLVILLE ABERCROMBIE (parentage unk), farmer, was b 04 Oct. 1762, Ninety-Six Dist., SC, and dca testate 01 Nov. 1847 (court), Laurens Co., SC.
JAMES FLETCHER (called a son of Robert Fletcher et ux Christian, and grandson of John Fletcher et ux Eleanor Hindman), farmer-sheriff, was bca.
JAMES LINDLEY, the immigrant, was b 1681, Co. Carlow, Ireland, and d 1726, London Grove, Chester Co., PA. He m 1705, Kilconner, County Carlow, Ireland, Eleanor PARKE, dau of Robert and Margery Parke, who was b 1684, X, and died X, X. They had X known children.
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 James Abercrombie   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Sir James Abercrombie (1706-April 28, 1781) era un general y comandante británicos de fuerzas en América durante la guerra francesa y de indio que satisfizo con desastre en la batalla de Ticonderoga (1758).
Abercrombie ordenó a brigada en Louisbourg en 1757 y sintió bien al comandante de las fuerzas británicas en América después de la salida de Loudoun en marcha de 1758.
Abercrombie era un genio en la organización, pero vacillated en su dirección al punto donde sus tropas lo llamaron señora Nanny Cromby.
www.yotor.net /wiki/es/ja/James%20Abercrombie.htm   (286 words)

  
 James Abercrombie -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Abercrombie commanded a Brigade at (Click link for more info and facts about Louisbourg) Louisbourg in 1757 and became commander of the British forces in America after the departure of Loudoun in March of 1758.
On his return to England, he sat as a (An elected member of the British Parliament: a member of the House of Commons) member of parliament, and supported the coercive policy toward the American colonies.
James Abercrombie (1795 - 1861) was also a member of the (The lower legislative house of the United States Congress) United States House of Representatives from the state of (A state in the southeastern United States on the Gulf of Mexico; one of the Confederate states during the American Civil War) Alabama.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/J/Ja/James_Abercrombie.htm   (362 words)

  
 Eccles/Lee Family History: Index
Abercrombie, Barbara Allen (marriage to John Stringer) (i65), b.1788-d.1885
Barton, James (marriage to Sarah Ellis) (i47), b.1808-d.1892
Matson, Nancy Nichols (marriage to James William Pinckney Ponder) (i247)
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 Abercrombie, James --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Abercrombie also spelled Abercromby British general in the French and Indian Wars, commander of the British forces in the failed attack on the French at Ticonderoga.
Scottish poet and journalist James Montgomery is best remembered for his hymns and versified renderings of the Psalms, which unite fervor and insight in simple verse.
For 16 years, from 1866 to 1882, the James gangs were the scourge of banks and stagecoaches and trains carrying gold.
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 Converted WP file /web/data/judiciary/opinions/091104
After calling the police, Abercrombie was shown an array of photographs and asked if he had been associated with anyone in his past business dealings who appeared in the photographs.
Abercrombie began buying coins from Griffin approximately a month and a half before some of his coins were stolen.
Abercrombie also testified that Griffin was the only person from whom Abercrombie had purchased coins at his apartment.
www.state.in.us /judiciary/opinions/archive/091104.lmb.html   (3140 words)

  
 Dial Family
John Hasting's son James built his home using slave labor on this land that is known as the Cain Community.
Item, I give and bequeath to my son James Dial, the plantation on which he now lives, containing four hundred acres except One hundred acres hereof to be laid off in the eastern corner of Sd.
James Dial, shall at his and that of his wife be equally divided amongst his children; except his sons Hasting and Joseph, who are not to have any part thereof I also give and bequeath to the Sd.
www.naturalbath.com /dialfamily.htm   (2880 words)

  
 Family Group Record for William H. Sutton/ Mary Abercrombie
Evidently James SUTTON was one of the loggers.
An Abercrombie family story says she worked in a logging camp with her sister, Hannah, where she met William Hamilton "James" Sutton and became pregnant.
Abercrombie family records records this child by the name Clara.
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 Texas Children's Hospital - Pin Oak Charity Horse Show and Texas Children’s renew relationship - 03/23/2004
James Abercrombie’s daughter, Josephine, was an accomplished equestrian by the age of 6.
Abercrombie, president of Cameron Iron Works, had the means to stand behind his promise.
In 1947, Abercrombie and his friend Leopold Meyer organized the Houston Horse Show Association to produce the annual show to benefit a children’s hospital in Houston.
www.texaschildrenshospital.org /AllAbout/NewsCenter/ArticleDisplay.aspx?aid=1272   (414 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: James Abercrombie Junior   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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James Abercrombie Junior (died June 24, 1775) was the son of James Abercrombie and a United States lieutenant colonel.
In the U.S. Army, Air Force and Marine Corps, a lieutenant colonel is a commissioned officer superior to a major and inferior to a colonel.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/James-Abercrombie-Junior   (376 words)

  
 Abercrombie Family Genealogy--Ancestors of Nancy Abercrombie Pierce
She was the sister of Nancy Abercrombie Pierce and their brother William was my father's Grandfather.
JJJ (john Joseph Jarrett) was a son of William Wiley Abercrombie, Nancy Abercrombie Pierce's Brother.
JJJ Abercrombie was the son of William Wiley Abercrombie B. 1830, who was a brother of Fannie the writer, Nancy (married AJ Pierce), and Charles Abercrombie (plus other sibilings) Their parents were John and Fannie (Cavender) Abercrombie.
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 Descendants of George Washington Pierce son of Capt. Andrew Jackson Pierce GA 1815
Abercrombie: Several different branches of the family are known.
Among their descendants was James Smither Abercrombie (1891-1975) the oilman of Houston, Texas.
Nolan was a student of James Wilkinson, a self-serving political and economic opportunist of the period with influential contacts at all levels of the governments of New Spain and the USA.
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 rice - ricg54.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
She died 1 Feb 1957 in Central, Pickens Co., SC and was buried in Mount Zion UMC, Pickens Co., SC.
Lou married Benjamin F Abercrombie, son of James Furman Abercrombie and Lydia Frances Grant.
Albert married Mildred Reeves, daughter of James Cryder Reeves and Lula Mae Kelley.
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 Biography: James Abercrombie
James Smither Abercrombie, the son of a farmer, was born in Huntsville, Texas on 7th July, 1891.
In 1921 Abercrombie and Cameron began work on a means to control the increasing gas pressure in deep wells.
Abercrombie joined forces with Dan Harrison to drill in many oilfields in Texas and Louisiana.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /JFKabercrombie.htm   (384 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Susan ABERCROMBIE (nee WILSON) was widowed and then remarried to Hugh MCCONVILL, who was also widowed and with a large family (see 1881 census below).
The son Isaac ABERCROMBIE is not visible in the emigrations, however he is in America in 1892, but back in Northumberland by 1895.
(d/o CONNACHER, w/o Alexander ABERCROMBIE, D.cert #99/483 ScotGRO-JF) and bd.
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 Pin Oak Charity Horse Show - Preserving a Rich History
In 1948, Pin Oak began a long-term commitment to raise funds to construct, and later support, Texas Children's Hospital, which opened in Houston in 1954.
Jim" Abercrombie, Leopold Meyer, the Junior League and a group of dedicated Houstonians established Pin Oak as one of the preeminent horse shows in the nation, attracting as many as 60,000 visitors, and enabling the Association to contribute to date over $3 million to worthy causes.
Pin Oak is one of the only horse shows in the nation that features not only hunters and jumpers, but also fine saddle and gaited horses, Welsh Ponies and roadster horses as well as featuring various rare breeds of horses on exhibit and in specialty and demonstration classes.
www.pinoak.org /mbrship/history.html   (371 words)

  
 James Abercrombie
ABERCROMBIE, James, British soldier, born in Scotland in 1706; died 28 April, 1781.
His son James died in Boston, 24 June, 1775, of a wound received at Bunker Hill.
He had served as aide-de-camp to General Amherst in 1759, and was promoted to the grade of lieutenant colonel in 1770.
www.virtualology.com /jamesabercrombie   (354 words)

  
 The Citizen News - Obituaries Fayette and Coweta County August 25 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Charles “Mike” Abercrombie, 63, Jonesboro, Fayette County, died Aug. 14, 2004.
James Lewis “Jim” Jackson Sr., 60, Fayetteville, died Aug. 16, 2004.
He was born Feb. 26, 1944 in Fulton County, the son of the late C. Hunt and Fannie Lewis Jackson Sr.
www.thecitizennews.com /Obituaries/2004/082504obits.html   (403 words)

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