Henrietta Noland, b. 28 September 1759 in Charles County, Maryland

Father: Daniel Noland, b. 1712 in Charles County, Maryland, d. March 1761 in Charles County, Maryland
Mother: Henrietta Smallwood, b. ca. 1718 in Charles County, Maryland, d. aft. 1780 in Louden County, Virginia

Spouse: George Redmon, b. 24 March 1757 in Virginia, d. 5 April 1837 in Edgar County, Illinois

November 10, 1778 - George Redmon served two weeks as private in Captain Nichols' North Carolina company, after which he was transferred, on the road between Charleston, South Carolina, and Purrysburg on the Savannah River, and served as wagoneer under wagoneerter, Richardson, in the South Carolina troops and continued until April 10, 1779.

April 1779 - George re-enlisted and served three months as private in Captain John Johnston's company, part of Colonel Davidson's North Carolina Regiment.

August 1780 - George Redmon enlisted and served one month as private in Captain Chapman's North Carolina company.

At some point George migrated to Rowan County, North Carolina. While there, he served in the American Revolutionary War as a Private Wagoner. He served one year under Captain Nichols, one year under Captain John Johnson and one year under Captain Chapman, all of whom were from Rowan County George and Henrietta then settled in Shelby County, Kentucky, and moved to Edgar County, Illinois, in 1831. They are buried in the Green Cemetery on the Stewart farm south of Paris, Illinois, with a Revolutionary War Marker on his grave.

At some point George migrated to Rowan County, North Carolina. While there, he served in the American Revolutionary War as a Private Wagoner. He served one year under Captain Nichols, one year under Captain John Johnson and one year under Captain Chapman, all of whom were from Rowan County George and Henrietta then settled in Shelby County, Kentucky, and moved to Edgar County, Illinois, in 1831. They are buried in the Green Cemetery on the Stewart farm south of Paris, Illinois, with a Revolutionary War Marker on his grave.
Married ca. 1777 in Rowan County, North Carolina.

Children:

  1. Ledstone Redmon, b. 25 December 1778 in Rowan County, North Carolina, m. Fanner "Sunnie" Glasscock, ca. 1798 in Madison County, Kentucky, d. 15 May 1856 in Edgar County, Illinois
  2. Polly Redmon, b. 2 March 1780 in Shelby County, Kentucky, m. Jonathan Yount, 10 November 1800 in Shelby County, Kentucky
  3. Washington Redmon (1), b. 18 March 1781 in Shelby County, Kentucky
  4. Ann Redmon (1), b. 4 October 1784 in Shelby County, Kentucky, m. William Patton, 1807 in Shelby County, Kentucky, m. George Yount (1), 14 July 1841 in Edgar County, Illinois, d. 1865 in Edgar County, Illinois
  5. Sally Redmon, b. 5 October 1786 in Shelby County, Kentucky, m. Robert Tague, 1806 in Shelby County, Kentucky, m. Lester Gardner, 11 July 1844 in Edgar County, Illinois
  6. Betsy Redmon, b. 30 January 1789 in Shelby County, Kentucky, m. Dave Galway
  7. Jemima Redmon, b. 22 May 1791 in Shelby County, Kentucky, m. William Metcalf, 13 April 1809 in Shelby County, Kentucky, d. 1 July 1866 in Shelby County, Kentucky
  8. Bennett Redmon, b. 2 October 1794 in Shelby County, Kentucky, m. Mary Nice in Shelby County, Kentucky, d. 20 March 1870 in Edgar County, Illinois
  9. Rebecca Redmon, b. 21 December 1795 in Shelby County, Kentucky, m. Samuel Woodsill, 20 March 1830 in Shelby County, Kentucky
  10. George Washington Redmon, b. 26 July 1797 in Madison County, Kentucky, m. Elizabeth Green, 29 October 1818 in Shelby County, Kentucky, d. 7 November 1872 in Edgar County, Illinois
  11. Rubemma Redmon, b. 18 August 1799 in Shelby County, Kentucky, m. Samuel Cozad, 20 August 1828 in Edgar County, Illinois
  12. Eunice Redmon, b. 7 April 1802 in Shelby County, Kentucky, m. William Green, 1827
  13. William Noel Redmon, b. 2 April 1805 in Shelby County, Kentucky, m. Lou Ann Miller, d. 1860 in Platte River, cause of death was drowning while on the way to California

Daniel Noland, b. 1712 in Charles County, Maryland, d. March 1761 in Charles County, Maryland

Father: Stephen Noland, b. ca. 1682 in Charles County, Maryland, d. October 1791 in Rowan County, North Carolina
Mother: Mary O'Bryan Connell, b. ca. 1698

Spouse: Henrietta Smallwood, b. ca. 1718 in Charles County, Maryland, d. aft. 1780 in Louden County, Virginia

Father: Ledstone Smallwood, b. ca. 1687 in Charles County, Maryland, d. 1755
Mother: Elizabeth Garland, b. ca. 1690 in Charles County, Maryland
After Daniel died Henrietta went to Rowan County, North Carolina, with her sons but later moved to Virginia. She was living in London County, Virginia in 1780 still a widow.
Married 1735 in Louden County, Virginia.

Children:

  1. Stephen Noland (2), b. 1738 in Charles County, Maryland
  2. Daniel Noland (3), b. 1740 in Charles County, Maryland
  3. James Noland (3), b. 1740 in Charles County, Maryland, m. Barbara Saunders, 26 December 1774 in London County, Virginia, d. 26 December 1833 in Estell County, Kentucky
  4. Ledstone Noland, b. ca. 1750 in Charles County, Maryland, m. Elizabeth Glasscock, 1770 in Rowan County, North Carolina, d. 1835 in Jackson County, Missouri
  5. Elizabeth Noland, b. ca. 1754 in Charles County, Maryland
  6. Henrietta Noland, b. 28 September 1759 in Charles County, Maryland, m. George Redmon, ca. 1777 in Rowan County, North Carolina
  7. Jesse Noland, b. December 1761, m. Sarah Barbara Turner, 1785, d. ca. 1830 in Estell County, Kentucky

Stephen Noland, b. ca. 1682 in Charles County, Maryland, m. Mary Ann Smith?, ca. 1769 in Rowan County, North Carolina, d. October 1791 in Rowan County, North Carolina

Father: Pierce Noland, b. 1658 in County Mayo, Ireland, d. 20 January 1714/5 in Strafford County, Virginia
Mother: Katherine

Spouse: Mary O'Bryan Connell, b. ca. 1698

Father: Dennis Connell, b. 1637 in Charles County, Maryland, d. 6 August 1705 in Charles County, Maryland
Mother: Mary O'Bryan
Married 1704.

Children:

  1. James Noland, b. ca. 1707 in Charles County, Maryland
  2. Daniel Noland, b. 1712 in Charles County, Maryland, m. Henrietta Smallwood, 1735 in Louden County, Virginia, d. March 1761 in Charles County, Maryland
  3. Stephen Noland II, b. ca. 1715 in Charles County, Maryland, m. Susannah?

Pierce Noland, b. 1658 in County Mayo, Ireland, d. 20 January 1714/5 in Strafford County, Virginia

Father: Pierce Nowland, b. ca. 1632 in Dublin, Ireland
He came to Cecil County, Maryland, in the mid 1600s from Ireland then moved to Charles County, Maryland, then to Stafford County, Virginia.

There may have been other children.

Spouse: Katherine

Married 1680 in Charles County, Maryland.

Children:

  1. Stephen Noland, b. ca. 1682 in Charles County, Maryland, m. Mary O'Bryan Connell, 1704, m. Mary Ann Smith?, ca. 1769 in Rowan County, North Carolina, d. October 1791 in Rowan County, North Carolina
  2. Phillip Noland, b. 1684 in Charles County, Maryland
  3. Pierce Noland (2), b. 1696 in Charles County, Maryland
  4. Thomas Noland, b. 1698 in Charles County, Maryland

Pierce Nowland, b. ca. 1632 in Dublin, Ireland

Children:

  1. Darby Noland, b. ca. 1656 in Ireland
  2. Henry Noland, b. ca. 1657 in Ireland
  3. Pierce Noland, b. 1658 in County Mayo, Ireland, m. Katherine, 1680 in Charles County, Maryland, d. 20 January 1714/5 in Strafford County, Virginia
  4. Thomas Noland (2), b. ca. 1659 in Ireland
  5. Phillip Noland (2), b. ca. 1662 in Ireland
  6. William Noland (2), b. ca. 1665 in Ireland

Dennis Connell, b. 1637 in Charles County, Maryland, d. 6 August 1705 in Charles County, Maryland

Spouse: Mary O'Bryan

Father: Mathias O'Bryan, b. ca. 1627, d. bef. 1703
Mother: Elizabeth ? (6), b. in Charles County, Maryland, d. 6 May 1670
From a book on land records:

O'Bryan, Ellinor, surviving heir of Mathias O'Bryan. Indendure, 10 August 1703, to Mary Connell, wife of Dennis Connell, for love and affection, then to William, Elizabeth, Mary and Angelica Connell, children of Mary Connell. Two tracts, Fernes on S. side of Mattawoman, cont. 300 acres and Howland, 200 acres. (I believe this is mentioned in Edward Ronsheim's book)

Byrn, James and Elizabeth, his wife, and William Connell (planter), conveyed on 27 April 1714, a parcel of land formerly conveyed from Eleanor O'Bryan, dec'd, to Mary Connell, mother of William Connell and Elizabeth Byrn, two tracts: Freshes nr. head of Mattawoman Creek cont. 300 acres; also Clayhammond cont. 200 acres.
Married 1682 in Charles County, Maryland.

Children:

  1. Mary O'Bryan Connell, b. ca. 1698, m. Stephen Noland, 1704
  2. William O'Bryan, b. ca. 1700 in Charles County, Maryland
  3. Angelica O'Bryan, b. ca. 1703 in Charles County, Maryland

Mathias O'Bryan, b. ca. 1627, m. Magdalen ?, ca. 1671, d. bef. 1703

Spouse: Elizabeth ? (6), b. in Charles County, Maryland, d. 6 May 1670

Married.

Children:

  1. Mary O'Bryan, m. Dennis Connell, 1682 in Charles County, Maryland
  2. Eleanor O'Bryan, b. 5 November 1666, d. bef. 1714

Ledstone Smallwood, b. ca. 1687 in Charles County, Maryland, d. 1755

Father: Col. James Smallwood, b. 1638 in Cheshire, England, d. 25 April 1715 in Charles County, Maryland
Mother: Esther Evans, b. 1645 in England, d. bef. 20 March 1692/3

Spouse: Elizabeth Garland, b. ca. 1690 in Charles County, Maryland

Father: Randolph Garland, b. ca. 1650 in Virginia, d. 29 January 1722/3 in Charles County, Maryland
Mother: Ann Unk, b. ca. 1674 in Charles County, Maryland
Married.

Children:

  1. Henrietta Smallwood, b. ca. 1718 in Charles County, Maryland, m. Daniel Noland, 1735 in Louden County, Virginia, d. aft. 1780 in Louden County, Virginia
  2. William Smallwood, b. ca. 1720 in Charles County, Maryland
  3. Charity Smallwood, b. ca. 1723 in Charles County, Maryland
  4. Susannah Smallwood, b. ca. 1725 in Charles County, Maryland
  5. Mary Smallwood, b. ca. 1726 in Charles County, Maryland
  6. John Smallwood, b. ca. 1728 in Charles County, Maryland, d. 8 May 1735 in Charles County, Maryland
  7. Elizabeth Smallwood, b. ca. 1729 in Charles County, Maryland
  8. James Smallwood, b. ca. 1732 in Charles County, Maryland
  9. Ann Smallwood, b. ca. 1733 in Charles County, Maryland

Col. James Smallwood, b. 1638 in Cheshire, England, m. Mary Thompson, bef. May 1695, d. 25 April 1715 in Charles County, Maryland

Father: John Smallwood (2)
Mother: Mary Ledstone
James was appointed attorney for William Haynie and Nicholas Ledstone, of Dartmouth, Debon County, England, in 1687. The Smallwoods were involved in the founding of the Maryland colony.

May 24, 1666, Charles County, Maryland, land warrants, Liber 9 page 439, James claimed land for transportation of himself and is wife, he got 100 acres.

In 1675, he was a member of Godfrey's Rangers, protecting land from the Sesquehannoct Indians.

On March 5, 1677, he bought 200 acres from John Duglas - Liber G no.1 page 125.

In 1680, James was appointed Post for Charles County - 1st Post for outlying parts of the county. This position conveyed public intelligence from the county to his Lordship and his Council during Indian disturbances.

In 1682, James was in business with John Pryor, merchant at Westwood, Charles County.

On April 20, 1687, James purchased 300 acres from Edmond Lindsey.

January 30, 1687/8, Nicholas Lidstone (also Ledstone, Lydstone, or Leadstone), mariner of Dartmouth, in the county of Debon, England, and William Hayne, of the same place, appointed James Smallwood, of Charles County, as their attorney. La Plata Liber N no. 1 page 319.

1688 through 1689, James was in the Orange Rebellion. He signed a petition to the Crown as a protestant freeholder. He was appointed Major of the Foot under Major John Wheeler to regulate civil affairs in Charles County.

August 9, 1692, James and Hester Smallwood sued Thomas Fowlkes for slander. The case was settled out of court. La Plata Liber R no. 1 page 456.

In 1694, he signed a disclaimer of belief in transubstantiation and was appointed High Sheriff of Charles County, Maryland.

Sept 16, 1712, James made a will in Charles County, but records indicate that he was living at that time on his wife's plantation, Beau Plains in Prince George's County, Maryland. January 12, 1714/15, his will was probated in Charles County, Maryland.

Spouse: Esther Evans, b. 1645 in England, d. bef. 20 March 1692/3

Father: William Evans, b. ca. 1621 in England, d. bef. 19 May 1651 in Charles County, Maryland
Ester is sometimes known as Hester.
Married 1664.

Children:

  1. John Smallwood (3), b. January 1667
  2. James Smallwood (2), b. October 1668
  3. Mary Smallwood (2), b. 2 November 1670
  4. Matthew Smallwood, b. April 1673
  5. Thomas Smallwood, b. 1674
  6. William Smallwood (2), b. 1675
  7. Benjamin Smallwood, b. ca. 1676
  8. Pryor Smallwood, b. ca. 1680, d. 7 August 1734 in Charles County, Maryland
  9. Bayne Smallwood, b. ca. 1682
  10. Sarah Smallwood, b. ca. 1683
  11. Esther Smallwood, b. ca. 1685
  12. Ledstone Smallwood, b. ca. 1687 in Charles County, Maryland, m. Elizabeth Garland, d. 1755

John Smallwood (2)

Spouse: Mary Ledstone

Married.

Children:

  1. Col. James Smallwood, b. 1638 in Cheshire, England, m. Esther Evans, 1664, m. Mary Thompson, bef. May 1695, d. 25 April 1715 in Charles County, Maryland

William Evans, b. ca. 1621 in England, d. bef. 19 May 1651 in Charles County, Maryland

Children:

  1. Esther Evans, b. 1645 in England, m. Col. James Smallwood, 1664, d. bef. 20 March 1692/3

Randolph Garland, b. ca. 1650 in Virginia, d. 29 January 1722/3 in Charles County, Maryland

Spouse: Ann Unk, b. ca. 1674 in Charles County, Maryland

Married.

Children:

  1. Mary Garland, b. 1670 in Charles County, Maryland
  2. Henrietta Garland, b. ca. 1680 in Charles County, Maryland
  3. Elizabeth Garland, b. ca. 1690 in Charles County, Maryland, m. Ledstone Smallwood