Descendants of Captain James NEALE


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Table of Contents

First Generation *

Second Generation *

Third Generation *

Fourth Generation *

Fifth Generation *

Sixth Generation *

Sources *
 
 

First Generation

1. Captain James Neale , son of Raphael Neale and Jane Baker, was born about 1614 and died in 1684, about age 70.
Note: James immigrated circa 1636/37 to Maryland. He and Anna Maria Gill resided at 'Wollaston Manor', Charles Co., MD.

Contract for Building a House. Condicon between Capt Neale(8) & ffran: West. It is condiconed & agreed betweene James Neale, Esqr of the one party francis West of ye other party as followeth, ye said francis West doth hereby promise & oblige himself to build for ye Page 40. said James Neale on his plantacon on Wollaston manor one house of forty foote long & twenty five foote wide framed worke to bee nine foote betweene ye groundsill & Wall plate & all ye groundsills to bee of Locust wood ye Lower part to bee divided into five Roomes wth two chimnies below & one snall chimnye above And build to it a proch ten foote long & eight foote wide ye Loft to bee layed wth sawed wood And to build two Dormer windowes above & other window at ye end of ye left And to point all Windowes & Dores below Stayres & all Compleatly finished except ye covering & weather board-ing for & in consideration whereof I ye sayd James Neale doe oblige myself to furnish ye said ffrancis West Meate Drinke & Lodging dureing ye time of ye building ye said House & to allow him two servants namely my boy John ye Dutchman & ye other John which I have hired by Captn ffednall to doe all such workes Concerning ye said building as ye said francis shall appointe or Command them & not to bee hindered by mee ye said James Neale in Doeing any other worke & further I doe oblige myself my heires & Executors to pay ye said francis West three thousand five hundred pounds weight of tobco & Caske ye one halfe to be payd at or before ye feast of ye Nativitie of our Lord next ensueing And ye other halfe at ye finishing of ye worke. In Witness whereof ye parties aforesaid have hereunto put theire hands this 22d Day of July, 1661. And ye said ffrancis West not to goe off ye plantacon of James Neale to worke or build till the worke bee fully furnshed.
James Neale,
ffrancis West Testes Wiliam Bretton John Leeke feb ye 4th 1661 This condition was Recorded.

James resided at 'Wollaston Manor', Charles Co., MD. He left a will on 28 Feb 1718/19; proved 13 Mar 1719. Maryland Calendar of Wills: Volume 6 page 40 Neale (Neal), James, Sr., Wolleston Mannor,Charles Co., 1st April, 1725;

11th Oct., 1727. To eldest son James, Jr., deed of Woolleston Mannour afsd. confirmed; and personalty. To second son Henry, deed of 500 A. Gills Land confirmed; and personalty. To son Benjamin and hrs., 500 A. leased to and known by names of Davies, Antho. Smith, Jno. Castles and Tho. Sparkes; sd. son dying without issue, to son William and hrs.; and personalty. To son William and hrs., 500 A. leased to Cha. Rocks, Nat. Freeman and Thomas Marrish; and all land at Matta Woman bou. of Geo. Hinson; sd. son dying without issue or during minority, to son Benj. and hrs.; and personalty at age of 21. To wife Elizabeth and hrs., interest in 340 A. lying at Upper Machoteck, Va., lately in poss. of Michaell Webb and Benja. Berryman; 1/3 personal estate. [p.40] To daus. Mary Deaton, formerly Vanswerring, Mary Tawney, formerly Neale, Ann, now wife of Mr. Edward Cole, and Margaret, personalty. To dau. Mildred, £30 at age or marriage. Exs.: Wife and sons Benjamin and William to divide residue of personal estate equally. Test: Walter Story, Thos. Taney, Joseph Alvey. Codicil: Son William and dau. Mildred to have no interest in bequests until they give bond to acquit themselves and hrs. of all interest in certain slaves once property of dau. Elizabeth. Date and tests same as above will. 19, 246.

Abtracts Of the Inventories And Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland 1679-1686 Libers 6, 7a, 7b, 8

Capt. James Naill 8.215 Inventory CH £269.15.6 Aug 26, 1684 the inventory also included # 3765 Appraisers John Faning, John Courts, Jr. Mentions Anthony Neale, Madam Neale, father(unnamed) of deceased. list of debts: Mr Lynes upon account of Thomas Stacks(merchant of London), John Wudge of a bill upon John Lucomce, Patience Blagg, John Faning, William Wells, Ed. Hapstone of Virginia, Bernard Fielder of Virginia.
James married Anna Maria Gill.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 2 F i. Dorothy Neale was born in Spain. Dorothy married Roger Brooke.
+ 3 M ii. James Neale . James married Elizabeth Calvert. James next married Elizabeth Lord in 1687.1
+ 4 F iii. Henrietta Maria Neale was born on March 27, 1647 in Spain and died on May 21, 1697 in Talbot County, Maryland, at age 50. Henrietta married Richard Bennett Jr.. Henrietta next married Colonel Philemon Lloyd in 1669.
+ 5 M iv. Anthony Neale was born in 1659 in Spain and died in 1723 in Charles County, Maryland, at age 64.
Anthony married Elizabeth Roswell in July 1682 in Charles County, Maryland. Anthony next married Mary Elizabeth Digges in 1702 in Charles County, Maryland.
+ 6 F v. Jane Neale . Jane married William Boarman.
 
Second Generation

2. Dorothy Neale (Captain James 1) was born in Spain. Dorothy married Roger Brooke, son of Robert Brooke and Mary Mainwaring.

3. James Neale (Captain James 1). Note: James Neale signs contract for Francis West to build him a house, 2/4/1661.
James married Elizabeth Calvert, daughter of Honorable William Calvert and Elizabeth Stone.
Children from this marriage were:

+ 7 F i. Mary Neale died about 1758. Mary married Jeremiah Adderton. Mary next married Joseph Van Swearingen. Mary next married Charles Egerton Jr.. Mary next married William Deacon. James next married Elizabeth Lord, daughter of Captain John Lord and Elizabeth Unknown, in 1687.1

Children from this marriage were:

+ 8 M i. James Neale was born in 1689 and died about 1725, about age 36.
James married Elizabeth Probably Hagan. James next married Jane Boarman.
+ 9 M ii. Henry Neale was born in 1691 and died about 1743, about age 52. Henry married Mary Slye.
Henry next married Ann Gardiner.
+ 10 M iii. Benjamin Neale was born in 1702 and died in 1745, at age 43. Benjamin married Mary Edelen.
+ 11 M iv. William Neale was born between 1711 and 1714. William married Ann Pile.
+ 12 M v. Joseph Neale .
+ 13 F vi. Mary Neale . Mary married Michael Taney.
+ 14 F vii. Anne Neale was born in 1699 in Cobb Neck, Charles County, Maryland and died about 1761, about age 62. Anne married Edward Cole Jr. on January 10, 1715 in Cobb Neck, Charles County, Maryland.
+ 15 F viii. Margaret Neale . Margaret married Richard Elelen. Margaret next married Zachariah Bond.
+ 16 F ix. Mildred Neale. Mildred married Thomas Wheeler.
+ 17 F x. Elizabeth Neale .
4. Henrietta Maria Neale (Captain James 1) was born on March 27, 1647 in Spain and died on May 21, 1697 in Talbot County, Maryland, at age 50.
Note: Henrietta Maria Neale resided at Talbot Co., MD. She left a will on 6 Apr 1697; proved 2 Jun 1697. Henrietta MariaNeale Lloyd, Talbot Co. 4/6/1697 - 6/2/1697 to mother Ann Neal, estate given testatrix by will of her father, and personality during life; sd. personlity to pass to brother Anthony Neale and sister Jane Boreman. To son Richard Bennett, 400 acres "The Folly" 400 acres "Buckingham,"on Sassafras R. and 2 town lots out of tract of land. To son Edward and hrs. 250 Ac "Bettys Branch," bought of Richard Wooleman. To son Philemon all land bought of Chas. Helmsley on the Geat Island in Wye R. and 216 Ac, "The Outlet" To 2 sons Philemon and James, house and lot at the town on Wye R. To son James and hrs. 400 Ac. "Timber Land" on Tuckahoe bought of Jos. Scott. To Daus. Henrietta Maria, 450 Ac "The Adventure," on St. Michael's R. and Upper Rnage" purchased of Geo. Hillock. To dau. Ann and hrs. 500 Ac. Loyd's Coftyne," bought of Henry Coftyne. To Alice and hrs. residue of "Buckingham" To dau. Margaret, "Groscoate," bought of Wm. Gross, "Lambert," bought of Henry Costin; "Court Road" bought of Jacob GIBSON, all lying on Gross Cr. in Wye R. To the priests of the Chapel atWye R. 100 Ac, "Town Road" bought of Rich'd Hamilton, and 200 Ac part of "Henrietta Maria's Discovery," and also land bequeathed testatrix by John Londy of Chester R. To Sarah Grason, 16 Ac part of "Henrietta Maria's Discovery." William Hunter, Mr. Gulick, and Mr. Hubbard, all priests, personality. To BROTHER William Boreman and SISTER Jane Boreman, cousins Dorothy BROOKES, Mary and Henrietta NEALE, and to Joseph Hunniwell, personality. To daus. Alice, Ann and Margaret jointly, the great wrought silver dish. To 8 children afsd. residue of personal estate; 2 shares bequeathed to dau. Margaret in lieu of one having been given to dau. Susanna Lowe, desiring dau. Margaret to remember Henrietta Maria LOWE, DAUGHTER OF SUSANNA LOWE afsd. Mother Ann Neal, brothers James and Anthony Neal, sons Richard Bennett and Philemon Loyd, joint exs. and to have charge of child. until they attain majority. Test: Phillip Helmsley, John Burke, Wm. Purite, Wm. Fitzgerald.
Henrietta married Richard Bennett Jr., son of Governor Richard Bennett and Ann Unknown.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 18 F i. Henrietta Maria Bennett . Henrietta married John Darnall. Henrietta next married Henry Lowe. Henrietta next married Colonel Philemon Lloyd, son of Edward Lloyd and Alice Crouch, in 1669. Children from this marriage were: + 19 M i. Edward Lloyd II was born on February 7, 1671 and died on March 20, 1719, at age 48. Edward married Sarah Covington on February 1, 1704.
+ 20 M ii. Roderick Lloyd .
+ 21 F iii. Philemon Lloyd .
5. Anthony Neale (Captain James 1) was born in 1659 in Spain and died in 1723 in Charles County, Maryland, at age 64.
Note: Anthony Neale, second son of James and Anne (Gill) Neale, was born on the continent of Europe, while his father was residing temporarily in th eIberian Peninsula. Being brought to Maryland at a young age, he was subsequently naturalized and granted all the rights of a British subject.

About 1680 he married Elizabeth, daughter of William Roswell, of S t.Mary's County, and his wife Emma, one-time widow of William Johnson. William Roswell by his will, dated September 17, 1694, and probated onMary 14, 1695, devised his grandson, Roswell Neale, 500 acres of "St. Winifred" after the death of the testator's widow, Emma, and to his grandson, Anthony Neale, 265 acres of "William's Folly," and to his third grandson, Thomas Neale, 200 acres of "The Meadows."

His wife, Elizabeth, died young leaving minor children, and he married secondly Elizabeth, daughter of William and Elizabeth (Sewell) Digges. His mother-in-law, Madam Elizabeth Digges, dating her will September 30 ,1705, bequeathed legacies to her daughter, Elizabeth Neale, and appointed her son-in-law, Anthony Neale, as the executor. The instrument, however, was not proved in Charles County until June 17, 1710. He was likewise named the executor of the will of his brother-in-law, Edward Digges, who died in 1714 in Prince George's County, when he devised land lying at the head of Port Tobacco Creek to his nephews, Henry and Edward Neale, and various bequests to his sister, Elizabeth Neale, and his niece, Mary Neale.

Anthony Neale resided at Charles Co., MD. He left a will on 20 Nov 1722; proved 12 Jul 1723. Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin; Spring 1993 Vol 34 No 2; Charles County Depositions by Robert W. Barnes; Continued from vol. 34, no. 1, p. 21. (CHLR=Charles County Land Records.) NEALE, Anthony, age 20, 30 Sept. 1679; CHLR H#1 p:205.

The Maryland Calendar Of Wills; Compiled And Edited By Jane Baldwin (Jane Baldwin Cotton) And Roberta. Bolling Henry; Wills From 1720 To 1726; Volume V; Family Line Publications Westminster, Maryland; 1988, p. 146 Neale, Anthony, Charles Co., 20th Nov., 1722; 12th July, 1723. To Thomas Mansell, William Hunter and John Bennett, priests; George Newman, James Gates and dau. Mary, personalty. To son Raphael and hrs., "William's Folly" and personalty. To son Henry, £12, and, in case he does not enter priesthood, 1/5 of personal estate. Shd. he take orders, or die during minority, his portion to 4 younger children, viz. Edward, Charles, Bennett and Mary. To son Edward and hrs., ½ dwelling plantation "Aquenseek," and personalty, including silver chalice and suit of church stuff, to remain in sd. dwell, house for use of family. To son Charles and hrs., residue of "Aquenseek," and personalty; sd. tract to be divided by sons Raphael and Roswell, Charles Diggs, Wm. Chandler and William Diggs. To son Bennett, in case he does not enter priesthood, lease of 200 A. and 1/5 of personal estate (same condition as in bequest to son Henry). To sons Edward and Charles, exs., and their hrs., storehouse and lot in Chandler Town bou. of Philip Hemsley and Mary, his wife. To sons Edward and Charles and dau. Mary, residue of estate; shd. any of younger child., viz. Henry, Edward, Charles, Bennett and Mary, die during minority or without issue, survivors to divide portion of dec'd, except lands, which in sd. cases shall revert to sons Raphael and Roswell and their hrs. Dau. Mary to receive portion at 16, son Charles immediately. Test: John Bennet, John Sanders, Walter Pye, Margaret Pye, 18, 163.

Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin; Winter 1984 Vol 25 No 2; Charles County, MD: Probate Records and Inventories Part I 1673-1753; [The first number is the page or folio number for the beginning of the document (spelling is as read) (the date is that of the Inventory) Charles County Maryland Probate Records, Inventories, Book 1717-1735 119: Anthony Neale-31 Oct 1723-Charles Neale, Will Chandler nearest of kin.

Abstracts of the Inventories Of The Prerogative Court Libers 5-9 1720-1724 V. L. Skinner, Jr. Brookeville, Maryland 20833 May 1991, p. 49 Mr. Anthony Neale- 9.327 I(ventory) CH(arles) £1108.15.2 Feb 9 1723 May 4 1724 Appraisers: Robert Hanson, Gustavus Brown. Next of kin: Charles Neale, William Chandler. Administrator/Executor: Mr. Edward Neale.

Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin; Fall 1985 Vol 26 No 4; Extracted from microfilm by Carol Gehrs Mitchell. Charles County, Maryland Administration Accounts 1708-1738; The first number is the page or folio number on which the document begins. 275. Anthony Neale dec'd acct of Edward Neale exor. Mary Neale now Mary Darnell legacy, Charles Neale legacy, legacy Rev(d) William Hunter & Thomas Manell pd to Mr. Geo Thordls, legacy to Thomas Gates, legacy to Rev John Bennett. 31 May 1725

Abstracts Of The Administration Accounts Of The Prerogative Court Of Maryland Libers 6-10 1724-1731 V. L. Skinner, Jr., p. 24 Anthony Neale 6.344 A(ccount) CH(arles) £1108.15.2 £641.6.1 May 31 1725 Received from: Capt. John Hyde, John Courts, Daniell Jenifer, Richard Coombes, Francis Clements, John Martin. Payments to: Henry Darnall, Phill. Pratchett, Meredith Davis, Mrs. Lucinda Thompson, William Spence, Thomas Matthews, Mary Neale (now Mary Darnall) her part, Charles Neale his part, Mr. Daniell Jenifer. Legatees: Rev. William Hunter & Thomas Mansell per Mr. George Thorold, James Gates, Rev. John Bennett. Mentions: representatives (unnamed, all of age). Executor: Mr. Edward Neale.

Abstracts Of The Administration Accounts Of The Prerogative Court Of Maryland Libers 6-10 1724-1731 V. L. Skinner, Jr., p. 76 Anthony Neale 8.265 A CH £53.17.1 Jul 13 1727 Payments to: Mr, Raphiell Neale, Mr. Edward Magatea, John Smith. Legatees: Charles Neale, Roswell Neale. Executor; Edward Neale.

p. 65, Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume II (by Elise Greenup Jourdan, Willow Bend Books, three volumes) Liber I, Page 143 1 Jul 1681; Deed of Gift from Capt. James Neale to his son Anthony Neale; a horse called Trooper, a mare called Bonne with her foal; /s/ James Neale; wit. Tho. Burford, Tho. Marshall

p. 74, Charles County Court and Land Records, Volume II Liber K, Page 132 10 Oct 1681; Marriage agreement between James Neale, Gent, and Wm. Rosewell of St Mary's Co.; intended marriage of Anthony Neale, s/o James Neale, and Elizabeth Rosewell, d/o William Rosewell; one month after the ceremony James Neale to convey one equal half of all his manor lands called Wolleston Manor patented for 2,000 acres; also 300 acres adjoining said manor; also 200 acres patented by Neale adjoining Gills Land; for the use of Anthony Neale for life; after that to his intended wife Elizabeth for her natural life after that for the use of the heirs of the body of the said Elizabeth; also 3 Negroes, two white hand, 20 head of cattle, ten ewes, a ram; Neale to be paid 5,000* of tobacco and 10 barrels of corn yearly for the term of his life and that of his wife; Rosewell to deliver to Anthony Neale one Negro man and his wife with his said daughter on or before Christmas day next and will pay Anthony 20,000* of tobacco on 10 Oct 1682 and 20,000* tobacco on 10 Oct 1683; /s/ James Neale, Wm. Rosewell; wit. Josh. Pile, Tho. Grunwin Submitted by Norma Thompson, 11/21/2001

Anthony married Elizabeth Roswell, daughter of William Roswell and Emma Langworth, in July 1682 in Charles County, Maryland.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 22 M i. Raphael Neale was born in 1683 and died in 1743 in Charles County, Maryland, at age 60. Raphael married Mary Brooke before 1704.

+ 23 M ii. Roswell Neale was born in 1685 and died in 1751, at age 66. Roswell married Mary Brent. Roswell next married Elizabeth Blackistone about 1709.
+ 24 M iii. Anthony Neale Jr. was born about 1687.
+ 25 M iv. Thomas Neale was born about 1689.
+ 26 M v. James Neale was born in 1695.

Anthony next married Mary Elizabeth Digges, daughter of William Digges and Elizabeth Sewell, in 1702 in Charles County, Maryland.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 27 M i. Henry Neale was born on July 29, 1702 in Charles County, Maryland and died in 1748 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at age 46.
+ 28 M ii. Edward Neale was born in 1704. Edward married Mary Lowe between 1719 and 1729.
+ 29 F iii. Mary Neale was born about 1705. Mary married Henry Darnell.
+ 30 M iv. Charles Neale was born in 1705.Charles married Mary Smith.3, 4 Charles next married Elizabeth Unknown.
+ 31 M v. Bennet Neale was born on August 3, 1709 and died on March 20, 1787, at age 77.
6. Jane Neale (Captain James 1). Jane married William Boarman.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 32 F i. Jane Boarman . Jane married James Neale.
+ 33 M ii. William Boarman Jr.
+ 34 F iii. Henrietta Boarman .
+ 35 F iv. Sarah Boarman .
+ 36 F v. Ann Boarman was born about 1689. Ann married Joshua Guibert Jr..
 
Third Generation

7. Mary Neale (James 3, Captain James 1) died about 1758. Mary married Jeremiah Adderton. Mary next married Joseph Van Swearingen, son of Garrett Van Swearingen and Mary Smith. Mary next married Charles Egerton Jr., son of Charles Egerton Sr. and Ann Hall. Mary next married William Deacon.

8. James Neale (James 3, Captain James 1) was born in 1689 and died about 1725, about age 36. James married Elizabeth Probably Hagan.
James next married Jane Boarman, daughter of William Boarman and Jane Neale.

9. Henry Neale (James 3, Captain James 1) was born in 1691 and died about 1743, about age 52. Henry married Mary Slye, daughter of Gerard Slye Jr. and Sarah Van Swearingen.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 37 F i. Henrietta Neale . Henry next married Ann Gardiner, daughter of John Gardiner and Mary Boarman.

10. Benjamin Neale (James 3, Captain James 1) was born in 1702 and died in 1745, at age 43.
Note: Will of Benjamin Neale, Charles Co., 11/15/1745-1/20/1745. Children: Bennet, John, Elizabeth Curry, Mary, Ann. Exec: Mary Neale. Son: Bennet, 1/2 of tract I live on "Pt. of Gill's Tract". Son: James, the other 1/2 of the sd. tract. Son: Curry, half of the tract given me by Richard Edelen. Daughter: Mary, the other half of the tract given by Richard Edelen. Trustees: Brother, William Neale and brother-in-law, Edward Edelen. Wit: John Lancaster, Joseph Lancaster, James Neale. By Linda Reno, 11/22/2001
Benjamin married Mary Edelen, daughter of Richard Edelen and Unknown.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 38 M i. Bennet Neale .
+ 39 M ii. James Neale .
+ 40 M iii. Curry Neale .
+ 41 F iv. Mary Neale . Mary married Unknown Lancaster.
+ 42 M v. John Neale .
+ 43 F vi. Elizabeth Neale5 died about 1798. Elizabeth married Doctor John Corry.
+ 44 F vii. Ann Neale .
11. William Neale (James 3, Captain James 1) was born between 1711 and 1714. William married Ann Pile, daughter of Joseph Pile and Elizabeth Boarman.

12. Joseph Neale (James 3, Captain James 1). Note: Joseph died without issue.

13. Mary Neale (James 3, Captain James 1). Mary married Michael Taney.

14. Anne Neale (James 3, Captain James 1) was born in 1699 in Cobb Neck, Charles County, Maryland and died about 1761, about age 62.
Anne married Edward Cole Jr., son of Edward Cole and Unknown, on January 10, 1715 in Cobb Neck, Charles County, Maryland.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 45 F i. Mary Cole was born in 1716.
+ 46 F ii. Elizabeth Cole was born in 1722.
+ 47 F iii. Joseph Cole was born in 1724.
+ 48 M iv. Edward Cole was born in 1726.
+ 49 M v. Henry Cole was born in 1729.
+ 50 F vi. Robert Cole was born in 1731.
15. Margaret Neale (James 3, Captain James 1). Margaret married Richard Elelen. Margaret next married Zachariah Bond.

16. Mildred Neale (James 3, Captain James 1). Mildred married Thomas Wheeler.

17. Elizabeth Neale (James 3, Captain James 1). Note: Elizabeth died without issue.

18. Henrietta Maria Bennett (Henrietta Maria Neale 4, Captain James 1). Henrietta married John Darnall. Henrietta next married Henry Lowe.

19. Edward Lloyd II (Henrietta Maria Neale 4, Captain James 1) was born on February 7, 1671 and died on March 20, 1719, at age 48.
Note: Edward Lloyd II resided at 'Wye House', Talbot Co., MD. He was President of Council and acting Governor from 1709 to 1714 at Maryland. He left a will on 15 Mar 1718/19; proved 8 Apr 1719.

Edward married Sarah Covington on February 1, 1704.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 51 M i. Colonel Edward Lloyd III died on January 27, 1770, and was buried in Wye House, Talbot County, Maryland. Edward married Ann Rousby on March 26, 1739. 20. Roderick Lloyd (Henrietta Maria Neale 4, Captain James 1).

21. Philemon Lloyd (Henrietta Maria Neale 4, Captain James 1).

22. Raphael Neale (Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born in 1683 and died in 1743 in Charles County, Maryland, at age 60.
Raphael married Mary Brooke before 1704.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 52 F i. Elizabeth Neale was born in 1704. Elizabeth married John Lancaster.
+ 53 F ii. Mary Neale was born about 1720. Mary married Edward Digges.
+ 54 F iii. Henrietta Neale was born about 1722.
+ 55 F iv. Monica Neale was born about 1724. Monica married Edward Digges.
+ 56 F v. Ann Neale was born about 1725.
23. Roswell Neale (Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born in 1685 and died in 1751, at age 66. Roswell married Mary Brent, daughter of George Brent and Mary Sewell.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 57 M i. William Neale was born between 1705 and 1725. William married Anne Brooke.
+ 58 M ii. Henry Neale was born between 1709 and 1723.

Henry married Eleanor HAMMERSLEY.

Roswell next married Elizabeth Blackistone about 1709.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 59 M i. James Neale was born in 1710 and died on January 14, 1753 in Saint Mary's County, Maryland, at age 43. James married Elizabeth Guibert.
+ 60 F ii. Anne Neale was born about 1712. Anne married William Gibson before 1751.
+ 61 F iii. Elizabeth Neale was born about 1714.
+ 62 F iv. Mary Neale was born about 1716 in Charles County, Maryland. Mary married Benjamin Wheeler Sr. before 1751 in Charles County, Maryland.
+ 63 M v. Bennet Neale was born about 1718 and died in 1771, about age 53.
+ 64 M vi. Jeremiah Neale was born about 1721 in Charles County, Maryland and died in 1809, about age 88.
Jeremiah married Catherine Cooper on February 6, 1797.
+ 65 M vii. Raphael Neale was born in 1724.
24. Anthony Neale Jr. (Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born about 1687.

25. Thomas Neale (Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born about 1689.

26. James Neale (Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born in 1695.

27. Henry Neale (Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born on July 29, 1702 in Charles County, Maryland and died in 1748 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at age 46.

28. Edward Neale (Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born in 1704. Edward married Mary Lowe between 1719 and 1729.

29. Mary Neale (Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born about 1705. Mary married Henry Darnell.

30. Charles Neale (Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born in 1705.2
Note: Charles Neale (and I've seen him titled Dr.) married second, Elizabeth ____widow of Thomas Davis who died in Frederick Co. Thomas and Elizabeth Davis also moved from Charles Co. to Frederick Co. 8/19/1754: Admin. accts. of Thomas Davis, Frederick Co. Sureties: Thomas Fletchall, Matthew Edwards. Exec: Elizabeth Davis, now wife of Charles Neale. Sent by Linda Reno, 10/18/01.

PRINCE GEORGE'S LAND RECORDS 1739-1743 page 77 Page 395. Sep 9, 1741 from Charles Neale of Charles County, Gentleman, and Mary, his wife, to Thomas Williams of PG, Gentleman, for 70 # sterling, a tract of land containing 250 acres, being part of a tract of land called The Three Sisters, lying in PG on the head of the Western Branch, formerly bequeathed by Thomas Hillary, late of Calvert County, decd, by his will, unto Elinor Hillary, then being the wife of the sd Thomas Hillary, which sd Elinor, after the death of the sd Thos Hillary, married John Nutwell of St Mary's County, and by the sd John Nutwell and Elinor, his then wife, by deed dated Mar 26, 1701, made over to Thomas Sprigg Jr and the sd Thomas Sprigg Jr, by deed dated Mar 26 in the year last afd, made over to Major Walter Smith of Calvert County, the afd tract of land. And the sd Walter Smith, by his will, bequeathed the same to his daughter Mary, a party to these presents, and now married to Charles Neale. Signed-Charles Neale, Mary Neale. Wit-James Boswell, Robt Gordon, Thos Owen*, John Hawkins Jr*. Sd Mary Neale relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned. Recorded Oct 10, 1741 Sent by Shirley Middleton-Moller, 10/30/2001 and by Norma Thompson, 11/26/01

Prince Georges County, Maryland, Libre A.A., Folio 67,) 6 October, 1769, Charles Neale of Frederick Co. and Mary, his wife, convey to George Fraser Hawkins of Prince George's Co., all the lands devised to sd. Mary by her former husband, Clement Brooke, Jr., in trust for the use of Rachel Darnall, dau. of the sd. Mary, and not subject to the control of the husband of the said Rachel Darnall. Sent by Norma Thompson, 11/26/01
Charles married Mary Smith,3, 4 daughter of Colonel Walter Smith and Rachel Hall.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 66 F i. Henrietta Neale 6 died on June 29, 1835 in Poolesville, Maryland. Henrietta married Laurence O'neale.
+ 67 F ii. Elizabeth Neale6 was born on October 25, 1734 in Saint Mary's County, Maryland and died in 1820 in Frederick County, Maryland, at age 86. Elizabeth married Leonard Smith on January 13, 1754.
+ 68 F iii. Mary Neale .6 Mary married Benjamin Smith.
Charles next married Elizabeth Unknown.

31. Bennet Neale (Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born on August 3, 1709 and died on March 20, 1787, at age 77.

32. Jane Boarman (Jane Neale 6, Captain James 1). Jane married James Neale, son of James Neale and Elizabeth Lord. (Duplicate. See Person 8.)

33. William Boarman Jr. (Jane Neale 6, Captain James 1).

34. Henrietta Boarman (Jane Neale 6, Captain James 1).

35. Sarah Boarman (Jane Neale 6, Captain James 1).

36. Ann Boarman (Jane Neale 6, Captain James 1) was born about 1689. Ann married Joshua Guibert Jr..

Children from this marriage were:

+ 69 F i. Elizabeth Guibert . Elizabeth married James Neale.
 
Fourth Generation

37. Henrietta Neale (Henry 9, James 3, Captain James 1).

38. Bennet Neale (Benjamin 10, James 3, Captain James 1).

39. James Neale (Benjamin 10, James 3, Captain James 1).

40. Curry Neale (Benjamin 10, James 3, Captain James 1).

41. Mary Neale (Benjamin 10, James 3, Captain James 1). Mary married Unknown Lancaster.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 70 M i. Thomas Lancaster . 42. John Neale (Benjamin 10, James 3, Captain James 1).

43. Elizabeth Neale5 (Benjamin 10, James 3, Captain James 1) died about 1798. Elizabeth married Doctor John Corry.

44. Ann Neale (Benjamin 10, James 3, Captain James 1).

45. Mary Cole (Anne Neale 14, James 3, Captain James 1) was born in 1716.

46. Elizabeth Cole (Anne Neale 14, James 3, Captain James 1) was born in 1722.

47. Joseph Cole (Anne Neale 14, James 3, Captain James 1) was born in 1724.

48. Edward Cole (Anne Neale 14, James 3, Captain James 1) was born in 1726.

49. Henry Cole (Anne Neale 14, James 3, Captain James 1) was born in 1729.

50. Robert Cole (Anne Neale 14, James 3, Captain James 1) was born in 1731.

51. Colonel Edward Lloyd III (Edward Lloyd II 19, Henrietta Maria Neale 4, Captain James 1) died on January 27, 1770, and was buried in Wye House, Talbot County, Maryland. Edward married Ann Rousby on March 26, 1739.

52. Elizabeth Neale (Raphael 22, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born in 1704. Elizabeth married John Lancaster.

53. Mary Neale (Raphael 22, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born about 1720. Mary married Edward Digges, son of John Digges and Unknown.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 71 F i. Elizabeth Digges . Elizabeth married Wilfred NEALE.
+ 72 F ii. Mary Digges . She never married.
+ 73 M iii. Edward Digges Jr. died in 1799. He never married.
+ 74 F iv. Ann Digges died in 1796. She never married.
54. Henrietta Neale (Raphael 22, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born about 1722.

55. Monica Neale (Raphael 22, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born about 1724. Monica married Edward Digges, son of John Digges and Unknown.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 75 F i. Eleanor Digges . Eleanor married Bernard O'neale.
+ 76 M ii. John Digges . John married Ann HAMMERSLY.
56. Ann Neale (Raphael 22, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born about 1725.

57. William Neale (Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born between 1705 and 1725. William married Anne Brooke, daughter of Leonard Brooke and Ann Boarman.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 77 F i. Clare Neale . Clare married Henry Brent. Clare next married George Slye. 58. Henry Neale (Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born between 1709 and 1723. Henry married Eleanor HAMMERSLEY.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 78 M i. Wilfred NEALE . Wilfred married Elizabeth Digges. 59. James Neale (Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born in 1710 and died on January 14, 1753 in Saint Mary's County, Maryland, at age 43. James married Elizabeth Guibert, daughter of Joshua Guibert Jr. and Ann Boarman.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 79 M i. James Neale was born before 1748 and died in 1810 in Saint Mary's County, Maryland. James married Mary Gibson about 1770. 60. Anne Neale (Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born about 1712. Anne married William Gibson before 1751.

61. Elizabeth Neale (Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born about 1714.

62. Mary Neale (Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born about 1716 in Charles County, Maryland. Mary married Benjamin Wheeler Sr. before 1751 in Charles County, Maryland.

63. Bennet Neale (Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born about 1718 and died in 1771, about age 53.

64. Jeremiah Neale (Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born about 1721 in Charles County, Maryland and died in 1809, about age 88. Jeremiah married Catherine Cooper on February 6, 1797.

65. Raphael Neale (Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born in 1724.

66. Henrietta Neale6 (Charles 30, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) died on June 29, 1835 in Poolesville, Maryland. Henrietta married Laurence O'neale, son of William O'neale and Eleanor Ball.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 80 M i. Henry O'neale7 was born about 1770 and died on October 19, 1817 in Montgomery County, Maryland, about age 47.8 Henry married Margaret Unknown.
+ 81 M ii. John O'neale9 was born about 17707 and died on April 23, 1817 in St. Paul's Parish, Prince George Parish, Maryland, about age 47.10, 11, 12, 13. John married Eliza Henrietta Hamilton on January 1, 1810 in Prince George's County, Maryland.14
+ 82 F iii. Mary Ann O'neale7 was born between 1774 and 1784.15
+ 83 F iv. Eleanor O'neale7 was born between 1784 and 179015 and died on November 16, 1839. Eleanor married Francis Jamison.7, 16
67. Elizabeth Neale 6 (Charles 30, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born on October 25, 1734 in Saint Mary's County, Maryland and died in 1820 in Frederick County, Maryland, at age 86. Elizabeth married Leonard Smith, son of John Smith and Jane Brooke, on January 13, 1754.

68. Mary Neale 6 (Charles 30, Anthony 5, Captain James 1). Mary married Benjamin Smith, son of John Smith and Jane Brooke.

69. Elizabeth Guibert (Ann Boarman 36, Jane Neale 6, Captain James 1). Elizabeth married James Neale, son of Roswell Neale and Elizabeth Blackistone. (Duplicate. See Person 59 )
 
 

Fifth Generation

70. Thomas Lancaster (Mary Neale 41, Benjamin 10, James 3, Captain James 1).

71. Elizabeth Digges (Mary Neale 53, Raphael 22, Anthony 5, Captain James 1). Elizabeth married Wilfred NEALE, son of Henry Neale and Eleanor HAMMERSLEY.

72. Mary Digges (Mary Neale 53, Raphael 22, Anthony 5, Captain James 1). Note: Mary died young. She never married.

73. Edward Digges Jr. (Mary Neale 53, Raphael 22, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) died in 1799. Medical Notes: According to "A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature", Ann and Edward Digges were both deaf mutes. He never married.

74. Ann Digges (Mary Neale 53, Raphael 22, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) died in 1796. Note: Ann had no children. Medical Notes: According to "A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature", Ann and Edward Digges were both deaf mutes. She never married.

75. Eleanor Digges (Monica Neale 55, Raphael 22, Anthony 5, Captain James 1). Eleanor married Bernard O'neale, son of Henry O'neale and Margaret Unknown.

76. John Digges (Monica Neale 55, Raphael 22, Anthony 5, Captain James 1). John married Ann HAMMERSLY.

77. Clare Neale (William 57, Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1). Clare married Henry Brent, son of William Brent and Jane Unknown.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 84 M i. William Chandler Brent was born between 1764 and 1769. Clare next married George Slye, son of Gerard Slye Jr. and Mary Boarman.

78. Wilfred NEALE (Henry 58, Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1). Wilfred married Elizabeth Digges, daughter of Edward Digges and Mary Neale. (Duplicate. See Person 71)

79. James Neale (James 59, Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born before 1748 and died in 1810 in Saint Mary's County, Maryland.
James married Mary Gibson, daughter of John Gibson and Elizabeth Lee, about 1770.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 85 F i. Mary Neale . Mary married John Coad on February 14, 1795.
+ 86 F ii. Elizabeth Neale was born in 1776 and died on January 27, 1864, at age 88.
+ 87 M iii. Charles Neale was born on August 13, 1770 and died on February 4, 1845, at age 74. Charles married Mary Maryman on September 21, 1789. Charles next married Catherine Wathen on December 1, 1828.
+ 88 M iv. James Neale . James married Eleanor M. Coad on February 17, 1795.
+ 89 M v. Thomas Gerard Neale was born in 1780 and died on March 22, 1835, at age 55. Thomas married Elizabeth Mills Jordan on February 25, 1806. Thomas next married Susanna Greenfield on September 11, 1811.
+ 90 M vi. William Neale died after 1820.
80. Henry O'neale 7 (Henrietta Neale 66, Charles 30, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born about 1770 and died on October 19, 1817 in Montgomery County, Maryland, about age 47.8
Note: The 1790 Montgomery County Maryland Census shows free white males over 16, no free white females and 5 slaves living in The Henry O'Neale household.
Will Abstract of O'Neale, Henry L K f 232 16 Oct 1817 L 2 p 529 14 Nov 1817
Sisters: Eleanor Jamison, Mary Anne O'Neale Money for repairs to Barnesville Church known as St. Mary's Cousin: Ann O'Neale, who lives with testator Nephew: Lawrence Jamison Francis Jamison Exs: Sister Mary Ann and Francis Jamison Wit: James Redmond, Thomas F. W. Vinson
Source: Abstracts of Wills, montgomery County, maryland, 1776-1825. Sween Library, Rockville, montgomery County, Maryland
Henry married Margaret Unknown.

81. John O'neale 9 (Henrietta Neale 66, Charles 30, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born about 17707 and died on April 23, 1817 in St. Paul's Parish, Prince George Parish, Maryland, about age 47.10, 11, 12, 13
Note: Maryland State Archives Chancery Papers 1837 MSA S 1432 CHANCERY COURT 1837/02/10 12299: Robert Wallace, Jesse Leach, and John J. Harding vs. Susanna Henrietta Peter, Mary Ann O'Neale, John Eliza O'Neale, Jell Cutts, Eleanor Cutts, Robert Greenough, and Mary Rosetta Greenough. AL. Estate of John O'Neal - Irons Mistake, Irons Mistake Amended, Rich Bottom, Sugar Bottom, Yankee Hall, Yankee Run, Big Spring, Prospect, Potomac Bottom, Great Sugar Camp, Maryland Right, White Oak Plains, Fertile Meadows, Little Expected, Timber Ridge, Gleanings, Other Yankees. Accession No: 17,898-12299. MSA S512-12106 1/39/4/ http://www.mdarchives.state.Maryland.us/msa/stagser/s1400/s1432/html/s1432 uu.html
Will Abstract O f O'Neale, John L L f 85 22 Feb 1815 L 3 p 87 12 Aug 1818
Wife: Eliza Henrietta Dau: Ellen Children: (Not named) Ex: Francis Jamison Wit: R. B. Taney, Michael Taney, Jr; Thomas William Morgan
Source: Abstracts of Wills, montgomery County, Maryland, 1776-1825 Sween Library, Rockville, Montgomery County, Maryland.

John married Eliza Henrietta Hamilton, daughter of Francis Hamilton and Susanna Blandford, on January 1, 1810 in Prince George's County, Maryland.14

Children from this marriage were:

+ 91 F i. Susannah Henrietta O'neale 11 was born about 1810. Susannah married James Peter on January 12, 1830 in Barnesville, Montgomery County, Maryland.17 Susannah next married John A. B. Leonard on December 19, 1839.
+ 92 F ii. Eleanora Elizabeth O'neale 7 was born about 1811 and died in February 1897, about age 86. Eleanora married James Madison Cutts on December 17, 1833 in Montpelier.18
+ 93 F iii. Rose Maria O'neale 7 was born about 1814 in Port Tobacco, Maryland, died on September 30, 1864 in Wilmington, North Carolina, about age 50, and was buried on October 1, 1864 in Wilmington, North Carolina. Rose married Robert Greenhow21 on May 23, 1835 in Washington D.C.19, 20
+ 94 F iv. Mary Ann O'neale7 was born on October 17, 1816 in Barnesville, Montgomery County, Maryland22 and died in 1839, at age 23. Mary married Dr. Unknown Rowan.
+ 95 F v. John Eliza O'neale7 was born before 1818 and died in 1845 in Montgomery County, Maryland. John married Edward J. Denison on October 28, 1842.
82. Mary Ann O'neale7 (Henrietta Neale 66, Charles 30, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born between 1774 and 1784.15
Note: Abstract of Will, O'Neale, Mary Anne L W f 386 16 Nov, 1839 L 4 p 158 31 Dec 1839
Catholic Church: "of which I am a member" Cousin: Anna O'Neale Nephew: Henry A. Jamison - for attending to testator's affairs in Allegany County Neighbor and friend: William Chiswell Refers to creditors of dec'd mother Henrietta (Neale) O'Neale Children of sister Eleanor Jamison Children of brother John O'Neale Brother: Henry O'Neale Children of dec'd niece Louisa Jamison, dau. of Eleanor Jamison, who married John A. Howard Niece: Susan Peter, widow of James Peter Infant children of Susan Peter: Sarah Johns Peter, John Calhoun Peter Executor to collect legacy left to Anna O'Neale by testator's brother Henry Eleanor Bucy - deed to land which she purchased from testator William Chiswell and James Higgins, Jr. - confirm her verbal contract to them for remaining part of land below Rockville on north side of road leading from Georgetown.
Sell remainder of real estate Ex: Friend William Chiswell Wit: John Wootton, Thomas Poole, Fielder Darnall
Source: Absracts of Wills, 1826-1875, page 115. Sween Library, Rockville, Montgomery County, Maryland

83. Eleanor O'neale7 (Henrietta Neale 66, Charles 30, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born between 1784 and 179015 and died on November 16, 1839. Eleanor married Francis Jamison.7, 16

Children from this marriage were:

+ 96 F i. Louisa Jamison .23 Louisa married John A. Howard.24
+ 97 M ii. Henry Jamison .25
 
Sixth Generation

84. William Chandler Brent (Clare Neale 77, William 57, Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born between 1764 and 1769.

85. Mary Neale (James 79, James 59, Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1). Mary married John Coad, son of John Coad and Sasanna Giuibert, on February 14, 1795.

86. Elizabeth Neale (James 79, James 59, Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born in 1776 and died on January 27, 1864, at age 88.

87. Charles Neale (James 79, James 59, Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born on August 13, 1770 and died on February 4, 1845, at age 74. Charles married Mary Maryman, daughter of Joshua Maryman and Susanna Unknown, on September 21, 1789.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 98 M i. James Neale was born in 1796 and died in 1810, at age 14. Charles next married Catherine Wathen on December 1, 1828.

88. James Neale (James 79, James 59, Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1). James married Eleanor M. Coad, daughter of John Coad and Unknown, on February 17, 1795.

89. Thomas Gerard Neale (James 79, James 59, Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born in 1780 and died on March 22, 1835, at age 55. Thomas married Elizabeth Mills Jordan on February 25, 1806. Thomas next married Susanna Greenfield, daughter of Truman Greenfield and Susanna Phippard, on September 11, 1811.

90. William Neale (James 79, James 59, Roswell 23, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) died after 1820.

91. Susannah Henrietta O'neale 11 (John O'neale 81, Henrietta Neale 66, Charles 30, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born about 1810.
Susannah married James Peter on January 12, 1830 in Barnesville, Montgomery County, Maryland.17 Susannah next married John A. B. Leonard on December 19, 1839.

92. Eleanora Elizabeth O'neale 7 (John O'neale 81, Henrietta Neale 66, Charles 30, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born about 1811 and died in February 1897, about age 86. Eleanora married James Madison Cutts, son of Richard Cutts and Anna Payne, on December 17, 1833 in Montpelier.18 Noted events in his life were: Military: 1864, Captain, 11Th U.S. Infantry.26

Children from this marriage were:

+ 99 F i. Rose Adele Cutts was born on December 27, 1835, died in 1899, at age 64, and was buried in Arlington National Cemetary, Arlington, Virginia. Rose married Stephen A. Douglas in 1857.27 Rose next married General Robert Williams between 1863 and 1866.
+ 100 M ii. James Madison Cutts II was born in 1838 in Washington, D.C.,28 died on February 24, 1903, at age 65,28 and was buried in Arlington National Cemetary, Arlington, Virginia.28 James married (name unknown).
93. Rose Maria O'neale7 (John O'neale 81, Henrietta Neale 66, Charles 30, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born about 1814 in Port Tobacco, Maryland, died on September 30, 1864 in Wilmington, North Carolina, about age 50, and was buried on October 1, 1864 in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Note: john W. O'Neal, II: I found this note from a descendant of Rose in the internet: 1) This is what I have about Rose and Robert so far. Married 1835 in Washington. Had four daughters. Florence, Gertrude, Leila and Rose. Robert's parents were Robert Greenhow and Mary Ann Wills. Rose's parents were John O'Neal and Eliza ? I have traced this branch of Greenhow's back to England but have not been able to make a connection with my branch yet. I have more info, not a whole lot but some interesting stuff. If you are interested I would be glad to share. Thanks again. Sharon Greenhow
2) Greenhow, Rose O'Neal
b. c. 1815, probably Montgomery County, Maryland., U.S.
d. Oct. 1, 1864, near Wilmington, N.C.
3) Born in 1817 in rural Montgomery County, Maryland, Rose O'Neal came from a family of limited financial resources and little education. Far more so than was the case with Boyd, however, O'Neal's humble beginnings failed to inhibit her climb up the social ladder. As a teenager Rose O'Neal traveled with her sister Ellen Elizabeth to Washington, D.C., where they stayed with an aunt who maintained a boardinghouse in the Old Capitol building (later, ironically, to become the Old Capitol Prison). There, the attractive young sisters had the opportunity to associate with a number of their aunt's male boarders, many of them up-and-coming politicians, and Rose in particular developed a taste for living an active social life and rubbing shoulders with people in power.
Some years later, when, at the age of twenty-six, she married forty-three-year-old Dr. Robert Greenhow, Rose O'Neal demonstrated her determination to leave behind what she considered the dull country life of her childhood. Dr. Greenhow, a Virginian, was both wealthy and socially well placed; marriage to him promised Rose continued access to the sort of world to which earlier visits to her aunt's boardinghouse had accustomed her.
Indeed, by the time she was in her mid-thirties, the mother of four daughters, and living with her husband and family in the nation's capital, Rose O'Neal Greenhow had not only established strong connections with the Washington political elite but had herself become a person of significant social influence and cunning.
Note: (5) Rose's sister married the nephew of Dolly Madison. (widow of the late President James Madison)
4) ["The Funeral of Mrs. Rose Greenhow"]
The Funeral of Mrs. Rose Greenhow -- The death by drowning of Mrs. Rose Greenhow, near Wilmington, North Carolina, last week, has been already noticed. She leaves one child, an interesting little daughter, who is in a convent school at Paris, where her mother left her upon her return to this country. Hundreds of ladies lined the wharf at Wilmington upon the approach of the steamer bearing Mrs. Greenhow's remains. The Soldiers' Aid Society took charge of the funeral which took place from the chapel of Hospital No. 4.

A letter to the Sentinel, describing it, says:
"It was a solemn and imposing spectacle. The profusion of wax lights round the corpse, the quality of choice flowers, in crosses, garlands, and bouquets, scattered over it, the silent mourners, sable-robed at the head and foot; the tide of visitors, women and children, with streaming eyes, and soldiers, with bent heads and hushed steps, standing by, paying the last tribute of respect to the departed heroine. On the bier, draped with a magnificent Confederate flag, lay the body , so unchanged as to look like a calm sleeper, while above all rose the tall ebony crucifix -- emblem of the faith she embraced in happier hours, and which we humbly trust, was her consolation in passing through the dark waters of the river of death.
She lay there until two o'clock of Sunday afternoon, when the body was removed to the Catholic Church of St. Thomas. Here the funeral oration was delivered by the Rev. Dr. Corcoran, which was a touching tribute to the heroism and patriotic devotion of the deceased, as well as a solemn warning, on the uncertainty of all human projects and ambition, even though of the most laudable character.
"The coffin, which was as richly decorated as the resources of the town admitted, and still covered with the Confederate flag, was borne to the Oakdale Cemetery, followed by an immense funeral cortege. A beautiful spot on a grassy slope , overshadowed by wavering trees and in sight of a tranquil lake, was chosen for her resting place. Rain fell in torrents during the day; but as the coffin was being lowered into the grave, the sun burst forth in the brightest majesty, and a rainbow of the most vivid color spanned the horizon. Let us accept the omen, not only for her, the quiet sleeper, who, after many storms and a tumultuous and checkered life, came to peace and rest at last, but also for our beloved country, over which we trust the rainbow of hope will ere long shine with brightest dyes.
"The pall bearers were Colonel Tansill, chief of staff to General Whiting; Major Vanderhorst, J.M. Seixas, Esq., Dr. de Prossett, Dr. Micks and Dr. Medway. General Whiting and Captain C. B. Poindexter, representing the two services, were prevented from acting as pallbearers, the former by reason of absence, the latter in consequence of illness."
6) I just finished looking through the book "My imprisonment and the First Year of Abolition Rule @ Washington" written by Rose in 1863. In it she talks about a "child who died a few months before" (pg. 87), writes that Rose is 8 years old at this time (pg 216), visitors allowed, Mrs. James Madison Cutts (sister), Mrs. Stephen A Douglass (niece), and a Mrs. Leonard (Mrs. Leonard is identified as a sister pg. 303) and other family members (pg 117). A description of her home and confinement area reports a photograph of her deceased daughter, Gertrude Greenhow, 16 years, who died sometime since (pg 207) and also a photo of Mrs. Florence Moore (pg 210). It looks as though Gertrude was either the oldest or next to the oldest daughter, Mrs. Florence Moore another daughter, possibly the youngest(Leila?) died 6 months to a year prior to Rose's imprisonment and the only one left was Rose, an eight year old.

References:
1) Family Ancestry.con Sharon Greenhow
2) Encyclopedia Britannica
3) ELIZABETH LEONARD, " All the Daring of the Soldier-Women of the Civil War Armies" Excerpt
4) Allan Pinkerton and His Detective Agency: "We Never Sleep" by Joseph Geringer
5) Rose O'Neal Greenhow Papers-News clipping, ca. October 1, 1864
6) Bev Crowe

Rose married Robert Greenhow,21 son of Robert Greenhow and Mary Ann Wills Cole, on May 23, 1835 in Washington D.C.19, 20

Children from this marriage were:

+ 101 F i. Florence Greenhow was born in 1836 and died in 1892, at age 56. Florence married Treadwell Moore in 1859.
+ 102 F ii. Gertrude Greenhow was born in 1838 and died in March 1861 in Washington, D.C., at age 23.29
+ 103 F iii. Leila Greenhow was born between 1840 and 1842 and died in 1884. Leila married Alexander Craven.
+ 104 F iv. Rose Greenhow was born in April 1854. Rose married William Penn Duvall31 on November 30, 1871 in Nemport, Newport County, Rhode Island.30
94. Mary Ann O'neale7 (John O'neale 81, Henrietta Neale 66, Charles 30, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born on October 17, 1816 in Barnesville, Montgomery County, Maryland22 and died in 1839, at age 23. Mary married Dr. Unknown Rowan.

95. John Eliza O'neale7 (John O'neale 81, Henrietta Neale 66, Charles 30, Anthony 5, Captain James 1) was born before 1818 and died in 1845 in Montgomery County, Maryland. John married Edward J. Denison on October 28, 1842.

96. Louisa Jamison23 (Eleanor O'neale 83, Henrietta Neale 66, Charles 30, Anthony 5, Captain James 1). Louisa married John A. Howard.24

97. Henry Jamison25 (Eleanor O'neale 83, Henrietta Neale 66, Charles 30, Anthony 5, Captain James 1).

Sources:

1 Deed. Surety: 3

2 Charles County, Maryland Library, Folder 223. Surety: 3

3 (Magazine I, Page 286. Surety: 3

4 (Prince Georges County, Maryland, Library A.A, Folder 67. Surety: 3

5 Linda Reno, 11/21/2001. Surety: 3

6 Maryland Genealogies, Vol. II, Page 62. Surety: 3

7 The Allegany County Chancery Court, Case 67, Page 248+. Surety: 3

8 Chancery Records. Surety: 3

9 REBEL ROSE, LIFE OF ROSE O'NEAL GREENHOW, CONFEDERATE SPY by Ishbel Ross, Page 1. Surety: 3

10 Ibid, Page 3. Surety: 3

11 The Allegany County Chancery Court, Case 67, page 248+;. Surety: 3

12 Vital Records in the Frederick-Town Herald, Vital Records in the Frederick-Town Herald -1817,.(1817) Surety: 3

13 Vital Records in the Frederick-Town Herald - 1817:. Surety: 3

14 Prince George's Co., Maryland. Marriage Index: (1655-1850). Surety: 3

15 Census. Surety: 3

16 Will of Mary Ann O'Neale, Abstracts of Wills, 1826-1875, Sween Library, Culpeper County, Virginia. Surety: 3

17 Records of St. Mary's Church, Barnesville, Maryland, Sween Library, Rockville, Montgomery County, Maryland. Surety: 3

18 REBEL ROSE, LIFE OF ROSE O'NEAL GREENHOW, CONFEDERATE SPY by Ishbel Ross, Page 4. Surety: 3

19 Ibid, Page 12. Surety: 3

20 Marriage Announcement, National Intelligencer, May 27, 1835. Surety: 3

21 REBEL ROSE, LIFE OF ROSE O'NEAL GREENHOW, CONFEDERATE SPY by Ishbel Ross, Page 44. Surety: 3

22 Records of St. Mary's Church, Barnesville, Maryland, On file at The Sween Library, Rockville, Montgomery County, Maryland. Surety: 3

23 Will of Mary Ann O'Neale, Abstrats of Wills, 1826-1875, Sween Library, Culpeper County, Virginia. Surety: 3

24 Ibid, Abstracts of Wills, 1826-1875, Sween Library, Culpeper County, Virginia. Surety: 3

25 Will of Mary Anne O'Neale, Abstracts of Wills, 1826-1875, Sween Library, Culpeper County, Virginia. Surety: 3

26 Michael Robert Patterson, Arlington National Cemetery Web Page, The Arlington National Cemetery Webpage. Surety: 3

27 The Life of Stephen A. Douglas;"The Little Giant", by J. E. Potter. Surety: 3

28 Michael Robert Patterson, Arlington National Cemetery Web Page, http://www.arlingtoncemetery.com/jmcutts.htm. Surety: 3

29 REBEL ROSE, LIFE OF ROSE O'NEAL GREENHOW, CONFEDERATE SPY by Ishbel Ross, Page 112. Surety: 3

30 LDS Library, Batch #M501112. Surety: 3

31 REBEL ROSE, LIFE OF ROSE O'NEAL GREENHOW, CONFEDERATE SPY by Ishbel Ross. Surety: 3