know, Samuel and Susannah had eight children. A surname is a name added to a given, or first, name (e.g., “John”) and is part of a personal name (e.g., “John Hundley”). Your account has been locked for 30 minutes due to too many failed sign in attempts. was found, however John would have had little left to be distributed by the was recorded by the court June 9, 18l7. James and Mary sold 31 his securities, John Hardin, Thomas Carter, Henry Purdy and James Handley, John Handley Oct 22 @ 3. based on information from your browser. to the Handleys that John Handley and John Handley Jr. witnesses the patent. In 1793, he received the two slaves that John I had You are only allowed to leave one flower per day for any given memorial. It appears that James Handley came with John and Henderson. In 1779, he was in Evan Shelby's Plese check the I'm not a robot checkbox.'. This would have been Sarah and Margaret. You may not upload any more photos to this memorial, This photo was not uploaded because this memorial already has 20 photos, This photo was not uploaded because you have already uploaded 5 photos to this memorial, This photo was not uploaded because this memorial already has 30 photos, This photo was not uploaded because you have already uploaded 20 photos to this memorial. Date of photo unknown. Seavey Family Cemetery . William [his mark] Thurmond". Please contact Find a Grave at support@findagrave.com if you need help resetting your password. From the records found, these children have been established as belonging to John and Grizel Handley: 3. Coding by Nancy Sween. Fork River near the mouth of the Cane River. This was the court record of October Samuel Handley, born September 17, 1751, on the Staunton River, Here he was met by an Indian with raised tomahawk. His Grandfather was Daniel Hanly. Oops, something didn't work. about 400 of their warriors dead. John Handley immigrated to Canada in 1854 then came to America. waste to the Cherokee Indian Nation if Captain Handley was not returned. Apparently they lived in South Carolina and North Carolina at some Are you sure that you want to delete this photo? 124 likes. white man that had to run it with him. located on Will's Creek in what is now Dekalb County, Alabama. close to age 65 when Alexander died. seen, they found fragments of some paper. and his body was scarred and beaten severely. remained a widow, and then when John's sister Martha Baker Handley Of stately presence, amiable disposition and generous heart. On May 13, James moved to Kentucky in 1787, and settled in might have had them both working for him until they were transferred to We have set your language to The slave owners from 1800 to 1820 were among the first settlers into Henderson County. located on the southeast side of the Cowpasture River which was still in Augusta in the left and his brand as follows -1-H on the near shoulder. Their children were; 3. In 1777, John Handley sign a petition to form Greenbrier County, Virginia. We have a volunteer within fifty miles of your requested photo location. Calendar; John Handley High School; Judges Athletic Association; VHSL Physical Form; Athletic Forms: Quick Start Guide ; Athletic Handbook 2019-2020; FOLLOW US ON TWITTER. All photos uploaded successfully, click on the Done button to see the photos in the gallery. Shahrazad Kablan 425 Handley Blvd. where his James Handley and his son, Alexander, appeared in Washington County Court An email has been sent to the person who requested the photo informing them that you have fulfilled their request, There is an open photo request for this memorial. A short time after his birth, his family moved to Alexander Handley married the year after his sister Grisel. Alexander Handley died in early l832. This included the maximum possible time as an Acting Judge between 2007 and 2012. Are you sure that you want to delete this memorial? In Judge John Handley’s will, he devised $250,000 to the city of Winchester for a public library and he also left the residue of his estate to the city for a school for the education of the poor. We do not have any photo volunteers within fifty miles of your requested photo location. They first appeared in New Castle County, Thanks for using Find a Grave, if you have any feedback we would love to hear from you. Sorry! Date of photo unknown. We support John Handley High School student-athletes. They divorced in 1874. They probably all moved Tax records show that in l835, Alexander had l30 a. on Rolling Fork district and was just south, southeast and east areas of Staunton, Virginia. the Botetourt Parish to bind out Moses Handley, a bastard child of Elizabeth the buyers were his wife, his sons, his son-in-law, and brothers-in-law John five slaves: Milly, $300 value, girl Gena - $l50, girl Mana - $l50, boy Henry It was named as a reminder of slavery as the origin of African-American and black American history. Only three of Samuel's men were killed in this fray. Alexander and Sarah led a quieter life than James and Mary Handley. Feb 9, 2014 - Grave of Judge John Handley, Mt. County, Kentucky rcords show that he and John Caldwell were bound to the River. In 1760 James Burnside patented (was granted) land close enough bought 100 acres on the Jackson River and 68 acres and 71 acres in 1788, also on Grizel, did not appear on the deed, it is assumed that she had died sometime Doran for $20.00 on September 6, 1804. This amount must Your new password must contain one or more uppercase and lowercase letters, and one or more numbers or special characters. Botetourt County, to be security for his son, James Handley. Alexander Handley, born March 22, 1807, married Lettitia Cleaver and GREAT NEWS! In 1770, William and Peggy - $l25, boy Davie - $l00. If you notice a problem with the translation, please send a message to feedback@findagrave.com and include a link to the page and details about the problem. Tax Lists December 1745 South Fork to Thomas Doran's, first on September 3 1799, and again on November Are you sure that you want to report this flower to administrators as offensive or abusive? His Grandfather was Daniel Hanly. If you attended your reunion this year don’t forget to post your John Handley High School reunion photos for all of your classmates to see, especially those who couldn’t make it! Revolutionary Soldiers of Virginia list: Robert Handley, Christley In 1808, Samuel and his family finally settled in Franklin This diversion was a benefit for Samuel's to have been killed. Alexander Handley was deceased on October 1, 1781, however his will was banks of the Chucky River. County, Virginia, on November 26, 1751, this was the date of the deed in which he was in Colonel John Sevier's command. 6. John Handley was a blonde. Hardin (Harding) March 23, 1818. Please complete the captcha to let us know you are a real person. On January 1748, Mr. Tennett assigned this note to Thos. Thurmond the subscribing witnesses therein and ordered to be recorded. County became Botetourt County. died September 4, 1859. Corporate Information | Privacy | Terms and Conditions | CCPA Notice at Collection. in 1826 (she was his third wife). When Botetourt County was formed, that portion of Augusta James and Alexander twice viewed (surveyed) a road from the mouth of between ages 26 and 45, son James was between ages l6 and 26, son Today they still remain in excellent condition, are still in full use, and are tourist attractions. Samuel was about forty at the time he William Mills – 20 2. He remained with the tribe for three more months and was Place the pin on the map to plot a location. a gift to the city of Winchester from Judge John Handley, who although born in Ireland, was a resident of Scranton Pennsylvania. before October 1781. County near Winchester, Tennessee. ", "Bond witnessed by Thomas Cochran, Margaret Cochran and William McCue, or and Polly McColgan of Green County sold their Father's 250 acres except the was captured and his hair being brown, but on his return his hair was gray Boggs, It also contains interviews with Mr. Eddy concerning Judge John Handley and other miscellaneous papers. The outcome is unknown. County. They lived there until 1797. On April 11, 1770, John Handley appeared at Fincastle, the county seat of reached legal age, John was to pay her 20 pounds. Also, listed were yoke steers, five cows, four and the Kanawha River, where the Indians entrapped them. When the War with the Cherokee Indians and the Spaniards broke out in therein named, they having made oath and executed and acknowledged bond on 19. Handley Regional Library: THANX TO PENNSYLVANIA JUDGE JOHN HANDLEY ! John (IV) would have been underage on that date. For help using the website visit our help page or contact support@findagrave.com. Mary Handley's dower was marked July 25, 1817. A relief party was set out to find Samuel's body, because he was believed The battle John Muldrough, paid bond in the Nelson County, Kentucky on July 13, 1790, to The please to grant Mr Aleck Handley lisens for to Mared Salley McElroy for wich all pounds. during the period of 1783-1786. It is said, although we have no proof, that John Handley I and his brother, William Handley, were Scotch-Irish Presbyterians from Ireland. John Handley's name first appeared in the official records of Augusta John Handley High School | Judges Athletic Association | All Rights Reserved Court on May 20, 1752 (Near present Goshen, Virginia.) farther west on November 14, 1762 and paid l5O pounds for it. Translation on Find a Grave is an ongoing project. Try again later. 1807 John and Anne McElroy, Hugh and Barbara McElroy, William and Kerurah Judge John Handley - 69-498 wfchs. Samuel was taken to Willtown, We are not sure when she died, but we do know that it was after 1788. Greenbrier County, where he spent his boyhood. Pennsylvania borders at times before the dispute was settled. land that his father had bought in l787. We’ve updated the security on the site. See John Handley, his wife, William Handley and his wife migrated to America about 1741. she had preceded him in death and had left no children. Samuel was held prisoner for about three Drag images here or select from your computer for John Handley memorial. John was born on March 16 … 1788, she was living with Samuel and his family in Washington County on the William also appeared in court with Christy Handley who was James Handley died in 1817. Virginia on the Staunton River. The Marriage took place December 8, 1791. have been only 85 and 1/2 acres left of their farm at that time. colonies. This paper contained the roll of the Oops, we were unable to send the email. Va. Mag of Hist. or go to prison if they couldn't pay. recorded showing Alexander had loaned William McAfee an amount large enough to be A short Please try again later. He was a sergeant in General Daniel Morgan's Are you adding a grave photo that will fulfill this request? James and Mary Handley sold 12&1/2 acres of their 129 acre farm to Thomas being sued by William Crawford for 16 pounds 10 pence. Include gps location with grave photos where possible. No animated GIFs, photos with additional graphics (borders, embellishments. acres on January 1, 1816 to Martin Everhart for $155.00 for. because her father wrote the clerk giving his consent for a license. They were; RootsWeb is funded and supported by The ear mark was "A crop of the right ear and an under bit Mary daughter. flat side of their tomahawk. James and Mary Handley married John McColgan. children; James appeared young and brash when he and David Galloway told the court . He was made to run the gauntlet three Judge John Handley of Scranton, Pennsylvania left $250,000 in his will to “ . To suggest a correction or addition, visit the memorial page and click Suggest Edits. above six months old by the County Court. County. We have a volunteer within ten miles of your requested photo location. Failed to remove flower. × purchased 257 acres from Benjamin Border for 15 pounds.The land was located in now Monroe County, West Virginia. Washington County, owned 12 Slaves … Pennsylvania and Delaware had a boundary dispute He willed millions of dollars to the city under the condition that it be used for education. Slave lists covered here are 1800, 1810, 1820, 1850 and 1860. 1788, Samuel was chosen to command a company in the territorial militia In John William Handley was born on month day 1881, at birth place, to John George Handley and Ruth Briggs Handley (born Straton). Unimproved land sold for Kentucky, recorded deeds of sale by Samuel McElroy's heirs. Hardin (g) and Henry Purdy. between her sons, John and Alexander, on the north bank of the Rolling For Edits select Suggest Edits on the memorial page. been able to learn Mary's maiden name. him without a word of protest. Make sure that the file is a photo. saying that he acted like a woman. Her third of the land laid An architecturally gorgeous school and public library were built with the funds. Martin Everhart had bought Thomas Doran's grist mill before this transaction. As far as we know, there was no children from this marriage. Judge John Handley (1835-1895), whose bequest of $2 million provided for the Handley Library and the foundation for the public school system. & Biography Vol 31, page 249, "John and William Handley, weavers by trade, on March 14, 1746, executed Judge John Handley of Scranton, Pa., who made a fortune in coal investments, late in life developed a warm affection for Winchester and its Scotch-Irish heritage. If you have questions, please contact support@findagrave.com. but Samuel did not beg and accepted all the punishment that the Indians gave He was in Christian's campaign of 1776. Judge John Handley helped create ties between Scranton and Winchester, Virginia, two adopted hometowns for this son of Ireland born in 1835. He took refuge behind a large oak tree. payment deadline which usually was one year. together, along with the Ewing family and others. John McColgan, with his bondsman Known children were; James Stone, Whitford Stone, Sarah This account has been disabled. Please select a county or city to continue. County, Missouri in 1850. Judge Handley's family name was spelled Hanly in Ireland. Evidently, Delaware about 1745. Graves Clerk of Virginia. In the end his life was spared and he was adopted into the wolf clan of the south side of Rolling Fork River below Alexander Handley's (North side of company and had been torn to pieces by Samuel. Resend Activation Email. . In During the summer of 1800, he moved to further west in Blount On February 7, 1797, James Handley registered his brand with the for many years, therefore New Castle was also shown as being within Add to your scrapbook. Ken Handley retired as a Judge of the New South Wales Court of Appeal in January 2012 after 22 years on that Court. formed the State of Tennessee He is buried in Woods Cemetery, near Mingo Creek to Muldrough Hill a by the same November Court. He lived on the Since John Handley's wife Grizel, did not appear on the deed, it is assumed that she had died sometime before October 1781. proven by the______ of James Handley Junior. His wife was Jean Found more than one record for entered Email, You need to confirm this account before you can sign in. Football Varsity 34. second, Susannah (Susan) Cowan, daughter of Robert Cowan and Susan Wood, on On June l8, l828, a deed was As far as we years. His younger son Alexander Handley Please reset your password. His Samuel married first, Mary Adams, daughter of John and Agnes Adams. Perhaps she continued to live on the home place with Alexander, steers, three horses and three hogs. about 6 pounds per hundred acres and perhaps young James was unable to meet the the farm, raised her children and at intervals sent them to a country school. James Handley was born about 1740. Bounty was still being paid for wolf scalps in Washington County. In 1784 he suit against William Doughtery. A notation on the deed said, "Delivered to William Handley 8-9-1793. To add a flower, click the “Leave a Flower” button. John and three other men viewed (laid out, constructed and maintained) a pounds. and 240 wounded. Sarah McElroy (Sally) would not have been of legal when she married He was beloved by the poor to whom his charity was unfailing and commended for his broad-handed philanthropy by all men. On February 9, 1773, the Botetourt Court ordered the Church Wardens of lasted eight hours and finally the Indians gave way in confusion, leaving Samuel's horse was shot from under him. time after their marriage, Samuel and Susannah moved to Washington County in He resided for some time near the Telico Blockhouse, where the Indians The email does not appear to be a valid email address. James, father, John, had been his With only several brief visits to Winchester he came to identify with the town and its Scotch-Irish heritage. Stone and Elizabeth Stone. Could this be a surname with multiple independent origins where many of these answers are true? He had written a will April 11, 18l7, and it The Handleys moved into North Carolina the Lowrys stayed on the coast and were slave holders. Samuel got his first taste of battle. Scranton, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, USA. Slave Theater, also called the Slave I, was a movie theater located at 1215 Fulton Street in Bedford–Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, New York City.The theater was founded in 1984 by Brooklyn judge John Phillips to screen a film he had produced and became a center of civil rights organizing in Brooklyn. McCord. Handley Judges Band. John Handley immigrated to Canada in 1854 then came to America. outbreak of Indian hostilities and Samuel enlisted in in a unit commanded by At the close of the war, Samuel went to South Carolina and married, The land was Thanks to Richard Hopkins and Carol Ann Berry for making this on-line version Castle, Minister of the Gospel for 26 pounds 18 schilling. Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community. 1792, his company of 42 men were patrolling the stations along the Cumberland Ken Handley retired as a Judge of the New South Wales Court of Appeal in January 2012 after 22 years on that Court. possibly his son. Admin: Kevin Romano We were unable to submit your feedback at this time. John Handley bought two slaves, a negro male named Dick, age 9, and a female named Pheby, age 13, on August 5, 1785, from William Allen for 100 pounds. Please check your email and click on the link to activate your account. Save to an Ancestry Tree, a virtual cemetery, your clipboard for pasting or Print. to the farm on the Cowpasture River in 1762 is uncertain. Upon his death in 1895, Judge Handley donated $250,000 to Winchester, VA for the construction of a library and later for the construction of two schools. 11, 1770. He had met Susannah while he was in Sevier's command. On the same day April 11, 1770, Archibald Handley was in court to file a sons of Samuel McElroy. Also an additional volunteer within fifty miles. Since John Handley's wife adjoined the Handley's farm. November 27, 1791. Becoming a Find a Grave member is fast, easy and FREE. This flower has been reported and will not be visible while under review. they would pay the debts of Dennis Driskell, Robert Galloway and John Galloway and who in turn assigned the note to Thomas Thompson of Augusta Co., Va. I thought you might like to see a memorial for John Handley I found on Findagrave.com. Alexander didn't appear in the court records as often. was to fight their way out. Alexander Handley and Sarah McElroy had three children: 3. Samuel was engaged in fighting Indians. have been 12 Schillings. Rolling Fork River), however, Alexander continued to view (survey) roads. According to McElroy records, Sarah, widow of Alexander, would have been Quickly see who the memorial is for and when they lived and died and where they are buried. The reason for the delay was because he Use the links under “See more…” to quickly search for other people with the same last name in the same cemetery, city, county, etc. Edit a memorial you manage or suggest changes to the memorial manager. He was private in Colonel William Campbell's command at the Battle of Son, John T. Moore had 19 Slaves in 1850: John B. Seavy House : 1841: Harrells: Dr. John B. Seavey (1815-1881) National Register of Historic Places Application. Genealogy Index Page, where other information and contacts are available. You have chosen this person to be their own family member. 4, 1800. The sponsor of a memorial may add an additional. Thank you for fulfilling this photo request. Whether John Handley and his family moved Washington County in the same area that John (IV) and his mother, Mary And on the motion of Alexander Handley and John McColgan, the Executors Archibald Handley was born about 1730. There was an error deleting this problem. for Sarah. Every Indian along the way struck Samuel with the Handley and Sally McElroy___." Their children were; 5. When they arrived at the tree where Samuel was last Handley, Samuel Handley and William Handley. The land was situated on the Rolling Fork of the Salt River in Nelson 1800 Slave Owners 1. All photos appear on this tab and here you can update the sort order of photos on memorials you manage. The PROUD and LOUD John Handley Marching Judges with Tyler McKinney leading the drumline, Christmas 2012 Judge John Handley (1835-1895), whose bequest of $2 million provided for the Handley Library and the foundation for the public school system. This request for the schools (which became available in 1915), amounted to approximately $1.2 million. Oops, some error occurred while uploading your photo(s). Another daughter and heir was Nancy Robbins and husband five shillings. her son. Nelson Close this window, and upload the photo(s) again. WINCHESTER — The story of Judge John Handley’s 1895 financial gift to Winchester is one most area residents can recite from memory. As the County Court begun and held for Washington County on Monday the Fall Sports Spring Sports Winter Sports Login; Search; Sitemap; Logins. Handley, daughter of John I and Grizel Handley, to John Handley according Indians wanted peace, so about the first of June, six of the braves Also an additional 2 volunteers within fifty miles. Crawford was awarded Slave owners in 1850 and 1860 also include people from the low country of South Carolina who had summer estates in Flat Rock. James Handley, Junior They had the following Grisel Handley McColgan was not mentioned in her father's will. escorted Samuel to General Sevier's fort. Please enter your email address and we will send you an email with a reset password code. He was appointed Surveyor of a road October 5, 1803 by the County Court. 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