Terry Louis Linton
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Terry Louis LINTON 34th , Kirk Louis 33rd, Charles Edward 32nd, John Edward 31st, Doctor Lewis Colbert 30th, James 29th, Isaiah 28th, John 27th , John 26th , Roger 25th , Arthur 24th, Arthur 23rd , John 22nd, Earl Walter 21st, Lord Arthur 20th , Sir Arthur 19th, Lord Richard 18th, Lord Richard 17th, Sir William 16th , Lord William 15th, William1 4th, William 13th, William de 12th, Richard de 11th, Sir Phillip de 10th Lord William van Somerville 9th , Lord William John de Somerville 8th , William III de Somerville 7th , William II de Sémerville 6th , Lord William de Sémerville 5th , Lord Gualter de Sémerville 4th , Lord Gualter de Sémerville II 3rd , Lord Gualter de Sémerville I de 2nd , Lord Sémerville.
Terry Louis LINTON, is the son of Kirk Louis LINTON (1914-1987) & Evelyn Virginia "Polly" BIRD (1922-2012). He was born on November 8, 1949, 5:22 P.M., in the "old" Alexandria Hospital, in Alexandria, Virginia.
Terry 1st married Christine "Chris" Betty PETTY, the daughter of Lovell Bradley PETTY (1921-1983) & Betty Jean FARIS (1921). They were married on July 20, 1970, in the Fort Myer Chapel, Fort Myer, Arlington County, Virginia. Christine was born on June 16, 1950, in Caldwell, Canyon County, Idaho.
Terry & Chris had two children:
i. Travis Louis LINTON was born on April 26, 1971, at the U.S. Navy Seabee Base Port Hueneme, Ventura County, California.
ii. Wade Farris LINTON was born on June 7, 1974, in the Alexandria Hospital, Alexandria, Virginia.
Terry married 2nd Diane Marie BOURLAND Robinson, the daughter of Norman Dean BOURLAND (1932) and Mary Blanche BOEHLER (1934). Terry and Diane were married on December 31, 1982, at George Washington’s Mount Vernon, in the Mount Vernon Inn, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, Virginia. Diane was born on May 29, 1958, in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois.
Diane had two children:
i. Creation Marie ROBINSON was born on August 9, 1977 in Manhattan, Riley County, Kansas.
ii. Autumn Diane ROBINSON was born on September 11, 1979 in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
above photo: Terry Louis LINTON's first baby picture in 1949.....below photo of Terry taken in 2008
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LINTON Ancestral Lineage
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** (CRONK Line) Linton ancestors of Annie Lucretia CRONK (1888-1956)
John Thomas COXEN (1811–1897) & Georgianna (1811–1840) *
Peter KOCHER (1774–1849) & Maria "Mary "Catherina PIPHER (1787–1850)
George Washington COXEN (1786–1865) * & Tresa (1786–?) *
William Henry PADGETT (1783–1859) & Susan LOVEJOY (1783–?) *
James HACKNEY (1783–1832) & Jane Cooper BOYD (1792–1829)
John Peter KOCHER (1767–1837) & Susanna Christina SCHNEIDER (1769–1791)
Samuel PIPHER Jr., (1767–1842) & Anna Barbara LaBAR (1771–1857)
Daniel MILLS (1784–1847) & Sarah RICHARDS (1784–?)
Isaiah QUINBY (1716–1807) & Rachel WARFORD (1723–1777)
Benjamin F. PADGETT (1755–1799) & Ann GREEN (1750–?) *
Joseph HACKNEY III (1743–1817) & Martha McCOOL (1749–1843)
John BOYD (1760–1828) & Ann MARTIN (1771–1825)
John Peter KOCHER Sr., (1742–1819) & Maria MESSINGER (1743–1813)
Johannes “John” SCHNEIDER (1727–1791) & Elizabeth Catherine MILLER (1739–1829) German emigrants
John HIRST (1720-1754) & Mary Anna JARRETT (1714-?)
Samuel PIPHER Sr., (1740–1812) & Christina Barbara TRANBERG (1740–1801)
Colonel Abraham "Abram" LaBAR (1752–1814) & Anna Maria "Mary" LONG (1752–1808)
Rowland RICHARDS (1728–1815) & Lydia TOWNSEND (1745–1835)
John LINTON (1730–1775) ** & Elizabeth "Betty" ELLICOT (1729–?)
Thomas STONESTREET Jr., (1672-1771) & Christian BRNES (1674–1737)
Christopher EDELEN Sr., (1682–1771) & Jane JONES (1692–1772)
Cuthbert HAYHURST (1706–1763) & Deliverance BILES (1703–1783)
Josiah QUINBY (1663–1728) & Mary MOLYNEUX (1661–1728)
John WARFORD (1683–1769) & Elizabeth STOUT (1691–1760)
Benjamin PADGETT (1724–1797) * & Susan (1725–?) *
Joseph HACKNEY (1700–1745) & Charity HARLAN (1713–1764)
John McCOOL (1745–1815) & Eleanor LEWIS (1750–?)
John BOYD (1735–1800) & Sarah GRIFFITH (1740–1800) English emigrant
Thomas MARTIN Sr., (1740–1794) & Rachel CAFFERY (1748–1803)
Peter KOCHER (1700–1772) & Elizabeth “Eva” Eveles KOPPENHOPPER (1709–1773) German emigrants
Michael F. MESSINGER Sr., (1719–1791) Anna Katharina Catherine ABEL (1723–1785) German emigrants
Michael SCHNEIDER (1700–1794) & Christina (1700–?) * German emigrants
Christian MILLER (1683–1750) & Barbara (1684–?) * German emigrants
John HIRST (1698-?) & Anna *
John JARRETT (1689–1755) English emigrant & Mary LUKEN (1693–1743)
Hans PIPHER-PFEIFFER (1705–?) & Magdalina ROTH (1710–?) German emigrants
Frederich TRANBERG (1709–1801) & Maria Eva WITTMER (1720–1837)
John MILLS (1715–?)
John KINCHELOE (1694-1746) & Elizabeth CANTERBURY (1695–1777)
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Below photo: Terry Louis LINTON & Christine "Chris" Betty PETTY were married on July 20, 1970, in the U.S. Army Fort Myer Henderson Hall Chapel, Fort Myer, Arlington County, Virginia, by Chaplin Authur C. Boyer U.S.N.
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Brief BIRD Lineage Heritage
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** Ira CAPPS Jr., (1802–1881) line
*** Lydia CAPPS (1823–1882) line
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Thomas Marion CARROLL (1795-1848) & Rebecca Violet ROBERTS (1796-1881)
George Washington GAY (1818-?) & Catherine B. ENDERS (1810-1870)
John Bolin NASH (1807–1880) & Jane FERGUSON (1808–1876)
William Mastin WILLIAMS Jr., (1809–1859) & Eliza Jane EMBERSON (1822–1856)
Thomas Jefferson GAY (1774-1838) & Mary BRANTLEY (1785-1885)
Thomas Columbus NASH (1775–1828) & Hannah WEST (1775–1871)
Colonel Thomas ROBERTS (1769–1841) & Jean GLEN (1771–1800) *
Peter I. ENDERS (1800–1858) & Katharina Margaretha SCHUSTER (1809–1859)
James FERGUSON (1770–1813) & Elizabeth PORTER (1771–1852)
James Mastin WILLIAMS Sr., (1763–1838) & Wilmoth "Patsy" WALKER (1768–1850)
Ira CAPPS Sr., (1777–1845) ** & Evelyn Jemima GIVENS (1777–?)
William H. CAPPS (1800–?) *** & Margaret A. YADON (1806–1884)
Dennis CAPPS Jr., (1710–1795) ** & Elizabeth "Betty" (1710–1795)
Jacob W. CAPPS (1765–1840) *** & Sarah SANDERS (1771–1831)
Major William HENRY (1753–1807) & Rosannah MOORE (1757–1813)
George WEST (1749–1837) & Mary Ann DILLAHUNTY (1758–1837)
Colonel John Hinton NASH (1729–1802) & Margaret "Peggy" CLOYD (1740–1792)
Carl SCHUSTER (1756–1834) & Sophia FUHR (1785–1841)
Colonel James WALKER 1740–1783 & Ruth ABBOT (1769–?)
Thomas ROBESON Sr., (1698–1773) & Sarah SINGLETARY (1719–1775)
William BARTRAM (1711–1770) & Elizabeth LOCKE (1715–1772)
Thomas GAY Jr., (1723-1783) & Patience McDANIEL (1740-1791)
Amos BRANTLEY (1759–1828) & Mary GODWIN (1765–1795) *
William Alexander PORTER (1740–1804) & Mary Catherine BOWEN (1748–1820)
Dennis CAPPS Sr., (1678–1749) ** & Millborough LEWIS (1685–1732)
Thomas William CAPPS (1725–1785) *** & Henrietta Jane LAWING (1725–1797)
Andrew BIRD (1673–1723) & Mary Katrun (Kuver) (Koevers) COVERT (1689–1723)
John BOWEN (1723–1811) & Lillian Stella McLLHENNY (1726–1751)
David ROSS (1643–1710) Laird of Balblair & Margaret STRONACH (1685–1710)
Thomas GAY Sr., (1690-1754) & Mary BRYAN (1697-1800)
Jacob Van GEZEL (1661–1748) & Gertrude Gerhart Geertruijdt RAYNIERS-REYNIERSZEN (1665–1709)
John McDANIEL (1691–1749) & Elizabeth Anne KEATING (1700–1769) the emigrants
William BRANTLEY (1726–1823) & Rebecca PERRY (1735–1770)
William BARTRAM (1674-1674) emigrant & Elizabeth Ann SMITH (1690–1735)
Colonel William HENRY (1731–1819) & Margaret Isabella McCOWN (1725–1786)
Lieutenant Colonel John MOORE (1718–1806) & Rosannah McCORD (1715–1788) the emigrants
Thomas WEST (1660–1706) & Hannah MARCHANT (1680–1708)
John DILLAHUNTY (1728–1816) & Hannah NEAL (1732–1817)
Lieutenant Colonel John Hinton NASH (1711–1776) & Anne OWEN 1710–1757 the emigrants
David CLOYD (1710–1792) & Margaret CAMPBELL (1706–1764)
Johann Peter FUHR (1747–1829) & Maria Louise KESSELRING (1750–1831)
William Alexander PORTER Sr. (1720–1782) & Elizabeth Jane BLACK (1727–1782)
Thomas LOCKE (1684–1739) & Sarah THOMAS (1695–1770) emigrants
John WILLIAMS (1702–1813) & Elizabeth DIXON (1706–1813)
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Below photo: Terry, Chris, Wade and Travis Linton in the mid-1970s
Noted Ancestors on Terry Louis LINTON’s Family Tree
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On the LINTON Family Tree
Terry is the 2nd cousin six times removed of the 5th President of the United States, James MONROE (1758-1831). James served as President from 1817-1825. James’ great-grandaunt was Susanna MONROE (1693-1752). Susanna married William LINTON, Sr., (1706-1733) in 1728, in Hamilton Parish, Prince William County Virginia. William ON & Susanna were the 4th great-grandparents of Annie Lucretia CRONK (1888-1956) and the 5th great-grandfather and great-grandmother of Kirk Louis LINTON (1914-1987).
Terry is the 4th great-grandson of Quaker master millwright Isaiah LINTON (1739-1775) & Sarah HIRST (1742-1823). Isaiah designed and erected seventeen water-powered grist mills, three water-powered saw mills and repaired one known iron works and erected two water-powered iron hammers located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Baltimore County & Harford Counties Maryland.
Terry is the 6th great-grandson of John LINTON (1662-1709) master carpenter & Rebekah RELFE (1670-1714) the Quaker emigrants from Parish Lowe Crosby, County Cumberland, England. On September 3, 1699, the ship Canterbury, weighed anchor and set sail from Cowes, Island of Wright, England beginning her voyage to America. On November 3, 1699, the Canterbury docked at Newcastle, Delaware. The ship’s trade goods were unloaded and new good loaded. The families rested and recovered for three weeks and on November 30, 1699, it set sail again and landed on December 1, 1699, at Philadelphia Dock. On board the Canterbury with John & Rebekah were their three young children, five-year-old Anna LINTON (1694–1699), six-year-old Mary LINTON (1695–1769) and two-year-old Joseph LINTON (1697–17470). Four of John’s younger brothers, Benjamin LINTON (1664–1709), David LINTON (1665–1739), Jacob LINTON 1670–1774) and Samuel LINTON (1675–1753) Also, on board the Canterbury was Quaker leader William PENN (1644-1718)
Terry is the 6th cousin six times removed of General George WASHINGTON (1732-1799), through his grandmother Annie Lucretia CRONK (1888-1956) an her BALL branch of the LINTON family tree. George’s mother, Mary BALL (1708-1789) was the granddaughter of Elizabeth LINTON (1645-1672) & Richard BALL (1645-1677) of Hunting Creek Plantation, of ode King George, County (now Fairfax), Virginia.
Terry is the 26th great-grandson of Sir Knight John Somerville (1150-1194) of Carnwath, Lanarshire, Scotland, in 1174, who encountered the Linton Dragon, also known as the Wyrm of Wormistone, of Parish Lintone. John became known as Lord John Somerville Baron Lintone Chief Falconer to the King and the builder of Linton Tower, Linton Parish, Roxburghshire, Scotland.
Terry is the 29th great-grandson of Sir Knight Gualter "Walter" de SÉMERVILLE (1030-1097) Ethnarch of Caen, de Sémerville In Nord, Normandy, France the hero of the Battle of Hasting, on October 14, 1066. King Harold (1022-1066) II was killed in the battle, legend has it that he was shot through the eye with an arrow by Lord Gualter de SÉMERVILLE.
On the BIRD Family Tree
Terry is 2nd cousin three times removed of Ann Pamela CUNNINGHAM (1816-1875). In 1853, Ann founded the Mount Vernon Ladies Association of the Union and saved President George WASHINGTON (1733-1798)’s Mount Vernon Plantation. Ann was the daughter of Colonel Robert CUNNINGHAM (1786–1859) & Louisa Dalton BIRD (1794–1873). Ann was the granddaughter of Colonel William BIRD (1757–1812) Ironmaster & Catharine DALTON (1763–1822). Ann was the great-granddaughter of Esquire William BIRD 1706–1761) Ironmaster & Brigitte Bridgetta HULING (1710–1792).
Terry is the 2nd cousin 3 times removed of Senator William Lowndes YANCEY (1814-1863), on February 9, 1861, William was considered for the President of the Confederate States of America. William Lowndes Yancey (August 10, 1814 – July 27, 1863) was a journalist, politician, orator, diplomat and an American leader of the Southern secession movement. A member of the group known as the Fire-Eaters, Yancey was one of the most-effective agitators for secession and rhetorical defenders of slavery. During the American Civil War, Yancey was appointed by Confederate President Jefferson Davis to head a diplomatic delegation to Europe in the attempt to secure formal recognition of Southern independence. In 1862, Yancey was elected to the Confederate States Senate.
Terry is the 3rd cousin four times removed of Doctor Walter REED (1851-1902) a U.S. Army surgeon, American Medical Pioneer and conqueror of Yellow Fever. Walter was the son of Lemue Sutton REED (1819–1897) & Pharaba WHITE (1827–1866). Walter was the stepson of Mary Catherine BYRD (1826–1899) and a cousin of her father. Mary was born on February 22, 1826 at Craney Island, Rockingham County, Virginia. And died in 1899 in Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia. Mary was the daughter of Abraham BIRD (1761–?) & Rebecca SAMUELS (1806–1870) Abraham was born March 1, 1761 at Bird Ironwork & Mills Craney Island, Augusta County, Virginia and died at Red Hill Plantation, Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Virginia
Terry is the 4th great-grandson of Colonel Mark BIRD (1739-1812) Ironmaster & Mary ROSS (1744-1790) Colonel BIRD Deputy Quarter Master General of the Continental Army supplied the Durham boats that General Washington used to cross the Delaware River on December 24, 1776. Later Colonel Bird “was given the impossible" order of getting food to General Washington's starving troops at Valley Forge. This task General Mifflin had failed to do earlier. Colonel Bird managed to float 1,000 barrels of flour from his own water grist mills in Birdsboro which were stored in Reading down the Schuylkill River in the dead of winter.” Mark was Ironmaster and owner of Hopewell Furnace.
Terry has three 4th great-granduncles that signed of the Declaration of Independence, in his family tree, Judge James WILSON (1742-1798), Colonel George ROSS Jr. (1730-1779) and Judge George READ (1733-1798). James WILSON also signed the United States Constitution on September 17, 1787.
Terry is the 5th great-grandson of Ironmaster William BIRD (1706-1761) of Irish decent & Brigitte HULING (1715-1790) of the New Castle Dutch Colony. Delaware. William was the founder of Birdsboro, Pennsylvania. William was the son of Andrew BIRD (1673–1723) & Mary Katrun COVERT-COOVERS-Kuver-Koevers (1689–1723) of the Oyster Bay, Nassau Colony, Long Island. By 1740, William had established Birdsboro and his Birdsboro Iron Works on the West Branch of Hay Creek, where it empties into the Schuylkill River. William had taken land warrants for land on Haycreek and Six Penny Creek, as early as 1737. In 1744, William built his” Bird Manor House” out of brownstones adjacent to his Birdsboro Forge and Birdsboro water grist mills. This house is still standing in downtown Birdsboro. William was instrumental in establishing Saint Gabriel's Episcopal Church and Berks County. Pennsylvania. William was directed in 1752, to "purchase a piece of land situated in some convenient place in the town of Reading and there on to erect and build a court house and prison, sufficient to accommodate the public service of the said new county". William served as Justices of the Peace, First Schuylkill River Improvement Commissioner, first Commissioner of Roads of Berks County. In 1760, William retired as ironmaster and rented his Birdsboro Iron Works and Birdsboro Grist & saw Mill to his son, Mark and remove to Reading. Pennsylvania. William died on November 16, 1761, his estate included the Birdsboro Ironworks; Birdsboro Grist & Saw Mills; Upper, Middle & Lower Pine Forges; Sands Forge; Roxborough Furnace; more than 8,000 acres of land; a Tavern in Reading; “Birdsboro Mansion”; “Bird’s Reading Mansion”. He was listed as richest man in Berks County Pennsylvania.
Terry is the 7th great-grandson of Colonel John Hendries HENRY (1704-1773) emigrant the father of Patrick HENRY (1736–1799) Governor of Virginia known for his “Give me Liberty or Give me Death” speech. Making Patrick HENRY Terry’s 7th great-granduncle.
On the ROSS Family Tree
Terry is the 4th great-granduncle of Colonel George ROSS Jr. (1730-1779) who signed the Declaration of Independence for the Colony of Pennsylvania on August 2, 1776, at the Pennsylvania State House (Independence Hall) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. George was the son of George Aeneas ROSS (1679-1753) & Anna Catherine VAN GEZEL (1689-1748). On April 3, 1773, George married Mary BIRD (1753-1813) the sister of his business partner Colonel Mark BIRD (1738-1812).
Terry is 4th cousin one time removed of Elizabeth "Betsy" Phoebe GRISCOM Ross (1751-1836), better known as “Betsy Ross”. Betsy was asked to stitch the first new flag for the Continental Navy. Then later she was asked to stitch the new flag for the New Republic. Betsy was the daughter of Samuel GRISCOM (1717–1793) & Rebecca Elizabeth JAMES (1721–1793) Quakers from Gloucester County, New Jersey. Betsy and John ROSS (1752-1776) eloped and were married on November 4, 1773 in Huggs Tavern, Gloucester County, New Jersey. John was the son of Episcopalian Reverent Aeneas ROSS (1716-1782) & Sarah LEACH (1716-1770). John, (serving under his uncle Colonel George ROSS (1730-1779) died on January 21, 1776, from wounds he received from an explosion of gunpowder on the city wharf. “John Ross's, bleeding and unconscious form was carried through the snow from the wharf by four militiamen to his shop. He never regained consciousness and was buried at the nearby Episcopalian Christ Church."
Terry is the 18th great-grandson of Robert VII de BRUCE (1274-1329) King of Scots from 1306 to his death in 1329. One of the most renowned warriors of his generation, Robert eventually led Scotland during the First War of Scottish Independence against England. He fought successfully during his reign to regain Scotland's place as an independent kingdom and is now revered in Scotland as a national hero.
Terry is the 21st great-grandson of Lord Malcolm Macheth de ROSS (1097-1168) of Orkney, Orkney Islands, Scotland & Aveline Ales CANMORE (1113-?) of Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland. They were made famous in William SHAKESPEARE’s “The Tragedy of Macbeth” a tragedy that was first performed in 1606.
Terry is the 24th great-grandson of King Duncan I de Canmore (1001-1040), the 1st King of Scotland. King of Scotland from 1034-1040. From the House of Dunkeld. He is the historical basis of the "King Duncan" in Shakespeare's play Macbeth.
On the RADCLIFFE Family Tree
Terry is the 33rd great-grandson of Leofric (968–1057) “the Great MALET” Earl of Mercia & Lady Godiva GODGIFU (990–1067) Countess of Mercia According to a legend dating at least to the 13th century, Lady Godiva rode naked, covered only in her long hair, through the streets of Coventry to gain a remission of the oppressive taxation that her husband imposed on his tenants. The name "Peeping Tom" for a voyeur originates from later versions of this legend in which a man named Thomas watched her ride and was struck blind or dead. The oldest form of the legend has Godiva passing through Coventry market from one end to the other while the people were assembled, attended only by two knights. This version is given in Flores Historiarum by Roger of Wendover who died in 1236.
On Grandma Bird’s WILLIAMS Family Tree
Terry is the 42nd great-grandson of King Hengest (429-488) “the Jute” of England. Hengest was born in 429 in Brittany, France and died in 488 in Canterbury, England. According to John Speed's 1611 "Saxon Heptarchy" Hengist and Horsa were Germanic brothers said to have led the Angles, Saxons and Jutes in their invasion of Britain in the 5th century. Tradition lists Hengist as the first of the Jutish kings.
Terry’s oldest ancestor can be found on his grandmother Clara Myrtle GRAY-SADLER Bird (1900-1988)’s WILLIAM-CAPPS family tree. Terry is the 55th great-grandson of Fodepald, King of the Frisians, born circa 100 in the Frisian Kingdom in present-day Netherlands
Below photo: Terry Louis Linton and Diane Marie BOURLAND Roberson married December 31, 1982, in the Mount Vernon Inn, at Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, Virginia.
Below photo: Wade, Terry, Autumn, Diane, Creation and Travis in 1984
Terry's oldest LINTON Line Ancestor
Gaulter "Walter" de SÉMERVILLE (1000–1049)
Direct Linage Line
29th great-grandfather of Kirk Louis LINTON (1914-1987)
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Gaulter "Walter" de SÉMERVILLE (1000–1049) was the 29th great-grandfather of Kirk Louis LINTON (1914-1987). Gaulter was born in 1000 in Graveron, Evreux, Somme Valley, Sémerville In Nord Normandy, France. Gaulter died in 1049 in Caen, Sémerville In Nord, Normandy, France.
Direct Linage Line:
Gaulter "Walter" de SÉMERVILLE (1000-1049)
Gaulter de SÉMERVILLE (1030-1097) Sir knight, Lord, Barron Wychnor
Gaulter "Walter" de SÉMERVILLE (1071-1165) Barron Wychnor
Roger “Rogier” SOMERVILLE (1118-1195) Baron Wychnor
John SOMERVILLE (1150-1194) Baron Linton, Dragon Slayer, builder of Tower Linton
William SOMERVILLE (1175-1215) Lord van Linton
William SOMERVILLE (1198-1230) 4th Baron of Linton
William Van SOMERVILLE (1223-1283) Baron Lintone, Lord of Somerville
Phillip de LINTON (1251-1330) Constable of Berwick
Richard de LINTON (1273-1325) Baron
William de LINTON (1297-1325) of Castle Linton Upon Tweed, Peebles, Scotland
William de LINTON (1318-1339) Baron
William de LINTON (1340-1400)
William LINTON (1364-?) Lord
William LINTON (1385-?) Sir Knight
Richard LINTON (1415-1471) Baron
Richard LINTON (1445-1484) Baron
Arthur LINTON (1475-1538) Baron
Arthur LINTON (1505-1585) Laird
Walter LINTON (1533-1633) Earl of Traquair, Lord Under Commissioner of the Scottish Treasury
John LINTON (1560-1632) Baron of Caberston
Arthur LINTON (1590-1646) Baron
Roger LINTON (1641-1715) Baron
John LINTON (1662-1709) master carpenter, emigrate
John LINTON Jr., (1706-1761) Quaker elder
Isaiah LINTON (1739-1775) master millwright, master carpenter, miller, planter, Quaker elder
James LINTON (1769-1854) miller, mill owner, planter
Lewis Colbert LINTON (1803-1876) Doctor, planter, mill owner, tennant owner
John Edward LINTON (1838-1901) mill owner, planter, land owner
Charles Edward LINTON (1890-1958) dairy farmer, railroad brakemen
Kirk Louis LINTON (1914-1987) farmer, railroad engineer
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Terry in Rota Spain, just before joining Seabee team 1475 on the Island of Palau, in the Carolina Islands in Micronesia.
Terry's LINTON Family Tree.
Terry's father, Kirk Louis Linton (1914-1987) Profile
Terry's father Kirk's "Last Run" of Southern locomotive number 1401
Terry's grandmother, Annie Lucretia Cronk (1888-1956)
Terry's grandfather, Charles Edward Linton (1890-1958)
Terry's great-grandfather, John Edward Linton (1838-1901)
Terry's 4th great-grandfather, Isaiah Linton (1739-1775)
Sign Kirk's Guest Book
Terry's father's Kirk's Photo Gallery
Terry's BIRD Family Tree.
Terry's mother, Evelyn Virginia BIRD Linton (Profile)
Terry's mother Evelyn Photo Gallery
Terry's grandfather Jeff Augustus "Gus" BIRD (1893-1954)
Terry's grandmother Clara Myrtle GRAY Bird (1900-1988)
US Navy Construction Battalion 4 MCB 4
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