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in our Database

? - 543
Adams - 10
Alford - 7
Allen - 8
Anderson - 37
Ashley - 13
Ó Thoirdelbaig - 10
Ball - 8
Ballard - 26
Barbe - 9
Bartholomew - 22
Basham - 13
Baumann - 6
Beal - 12
Beck - 12
Beller - 10
Blaffer - 12
Blaylock - 7
Bolin - 8
Bolyard - 12
Boyd - 7
Bradford - 12
Brandt - 8
Bratcher - 10
Brocket - 6
Brown - 8
Campbell - 8
Carr - 7
Carrier - 10
Carruth - 8
Carter - 21
Case - 13
Cherkas - 15
Childress - 9
Christein - 10
Christine - 30
Clark - 31
Clear - 6
Coleman - 11
Cooke - 6
Cowles - 436
Cunningham - 8
Curwen - 8
Czerkas - 7
Davenport - 164
Davis - 9
De Androssan - 7
De Beauchamp - 10
De Beaumont - 6
De Clayton - 24
De copley - 11
De Cunynghame of - 6
De Davenport - 10
De Dundas - 9
De Hyde - 9
De Lacy - 12
De Langtown - 9
De Mainwaring - 7
De Massey - 11
De Mohun - 6
De Orde - 7
De Sutton - 15
De Valletort - 7
De Venables - 15
De Vermandois - 7
Divin - 8
Dixon - 9
Donaldson - 10
Dorsett - 10
Dossett - 39
Dotson - 9
Douglass - 11
Eastwood - 11
Edwards - 7
Evans - 45
Farley - 17
Ferguson - 10
Fitton - 7
Flora - 13
Forrest - 30
Forrester - 23
Fox - 30
Francis - 31
Gilbert - 6
Glenn - 31
Goddard - 6
Goff - 11
Goins - 19
Gott - 12
Gragg - 16
Grimes - 11
Guntle - 32
Haile - 25
Hale - 40
Hall - 29
Hamilton - 19
Harrod - 25
Hatfield - 12
Hawkins - 10
Hayden - 8
Hightower - 37
Hines - 13
Hinman - 12
Hinton - 51
Hoffman - 21
Holmes - 23
Honaker - 8
Hosmer - 7
Houchins - 7
Hudnall - 7
Husak - 15
Hyde - 8
James - 9
Johnson - 13
Jones - 18
Jordan - 23
Kelleher - 6
Kellogg - 12
Kennedy - 7
Keown - 14
Kighley - 8
King - 28
Kirkwood - 30
Lane - 17
Lanthrop - 6
Lauffer - 50
Lay - 44
Lay - 19
Leblanc - 7
Lee - 7
Lewis - 6
Lowe - 11
Lucas - 10
Lusk - 8
Mackenzie - 6
Mahan - 7
Majors - 6
Marks - 10
Martin - 6
Martz - 17
Massey - 14
Maynard - 25
McCormick - 8
McCormick - 64
McCormick - 10
McCormick - 104
McGinnis - 7
Miller - 68
Mills - 69
Mitchell - 9
Moers - 16
Moore - 6
Newsham - 8
Nichols - 8
Niebrand - 6
Nipper - 8
Nuce - 12
Of Falaise - 6
Of Mercia - 6
Of Northumbria - 7
Page - 61
Parsons - 6
Payne - 17
Penner - 10
Pierceall - 12
Plank - 7
Plant - 21
Porter - 13
Pubusky - 10
Quintyne - 8
Raley - 32
Rapier - 13
Ratcliffe - 18
Reed - 28
Reese - 6
Reeves - 9
Renner - 14
Rhea - 21
Richards - 39
Rogers - 8
Rohr - 12
Romans - 10
Root - 6
Royce - 7
Runner - 400
Runyon - 36
Rutherford - 7
Sanders - 26
Sego - 8
Shahan - 81
Shapren - 10
Sherpinskas - 13
Smith - 65
Snow - 8
Spalding - 16
Stafford - 37
Stanley - 8
Steele - 6
Stewart - 9
Sule - 10
Sullivan - 227
Summers - 13
Sutton - 12
Taliaferro - 9
Taylor - 36
Thompson - 11
Todd - 8
Troxell - 22
Varney - 44
Von Rottenstein - 10
Wakefield - 17
Wallace - 14
Waller - 8
Watson - 11
Watt - 17
Wedding - 9
Wedekind - 6
Wellman - 6
Wells - 9
West - 16
Whalen - 6
White - 19
Willey - 6
Williams - 7
Willis - 17
Willoughby - 9
Wilson - 38
Wingfield - 8
Winsted - 8
Wolfe - 13
Wurtz - 6
Young - 42
Zent - 6
Zerkis - 7

EASTWOOD - 11 Individuals Found

Name / Spouse Born/Died Father / Mother Notes
Asa Eastwood
Spouse1: Mary Doxsey
b.1781 Feb 20 Allentown, Monmouth, NJ
d.1870 Fev 25 Cicero, Onondaga NY
Father: Lewis Eastwood  
Mother: Virginia ?
Notes for Asa Eastwood In 1800, with his brother John Eastwood, he served as a sailor on the U.S. Constitution, was an officer on a Dutch warship for several years, and in 1817 purchased a 107 acre farm at Cicero, New York. In 1822, he returned to New York City, where he became a member of Tammany Hall and held several political jobs, one of them being collector of war taxes from Quakers (a thankless job!) in New York City. He returned to Cicero, New York, in 1825, engaged in the salt business and became one of the earliest Masons in the vicinity. In 1833, he was elected to the New York State Legislature as a Member of the Assembly from Onondaga County. In his diary he wrote "I have been a sailor, a soldier, a peddler, a rum seller, a hatter, a cartman, a copper, a farmer, a military officer, a civil officer, an office seeker, a merchant, a pettifogger and a politician. In a letter from Lucinda Eastwood Fuller to her father Asa Eastwood dated 15 Dec 1839, she states: We have Methodist meeting every Sunday and every other Tuesday evening."
Asa Bedesco Eastwood
Spouse1: Emily Maraya Young
b.1846 Jan 07 Cicero Onandaga NY
d.1908 Apr 02 Newcastle Placer CA
Father: Lewis Washington Eastwood  
Mother: Margaret A. Sullivan
Burr Sr Eastwood
Spouse1: Jesse Mable Anderson
b.1871 Oct 11 Seneca Falls NY
d.1963 Oct 11 Piedmont CA
Father: Asa Bedesco Eastwood  
Mother: Emily Maraya Young Emma
Burr Jr Eastwood b.1901 Aug 24 CA
d.1970 CA
Father: Burr Eastwood Sr  
Mother: Jesse Mable Anderson
Mayor, Actor Director
Clint Eastwood
b.1930 MAY 31
d.
Father: Clinton Eastwood Sr  
Mother: Margaret Ruth Runner
Clinton Sr Eastwood
Spouse1: Margaret Ruth Runner
b.1906 Jun 11 Monterey CA
d.1970 Jul 21 Pebble Beach CA
Father: Burr Eastwood Sr  
Mother: Jesse Mable Anderson
Israel Eastwood
Spouse1: Mary ?
b. Elizabeth, NJ
d.1794 Feb Granville NC
Father:  
Mother:
Lewis Eastwood
Spouse1: Virginia ?
b. New York, NY
d.1829 Apr 06 New York, NY
Father: Israel Eastwood  
Mother: Mary ?
Notes for Lewis Eastwood He lived at Allentown, Monmouth County, New Jersey and owned a tannery. According to the "History of Orange Co. NY", by Ruttenber & Clark, Lewis Eastwood lived in the town of Warwick in September 1775 when his land was assessed at the value of 5 s. 3 p. Of the seventy families living in District Number 9, his land was among the least valuable. This district comprised evidently the southern portion of the present town of Goshen, the Florida neighborhood of Warwick, and southward to the vicinity of Mount Eve. Letter of Asa Eastwood, dated 12 Jul 1824, states: "I have just returned from Virginia to New York, and find all our people in good health, we had a pleasant, tho rather a dull passage of six days at sea." In letter from John Eastwood to his brother Asa, dated Troy 7 Feb 1814, he indicates that their parents live in New York. In letter from John Eastwood to his brother Asa, dated Troy Oct 24, 1812, he states: I wish to know concerning my father and step-mother. In letter dated Mar 14, 1821, it indicates: our parents have come back to New York and are in very poor circumstances. From the diary of Asa Eastwood: "My father moved from Allentown, New Jersey when I was a child, to Goshen State of New York, from there to Schenetady from thence to Blastown, from thence to Lolenburgh, from thence to Kinder Hook, from thence to Harperfield from there to Catskill from thence to Red Hook. Living in some place from several years and in other for several months only in the former place he carried on his trade in an extensive manner which was that of Tanner and Currier in Balston. My mother died when I was about nine years of age (1790), and my father married in about a year thereafter, my father accumulated the former part of his life a considerable of property, but a few years after the loss his wife he took to drink and in a few years therafter he ran through the whole of his property, the last loss being made in Harpersfield of about two thousand dollars. From Red Hook he removed to New York in the year 1794, where by means of being a cartman and other employment for his children he made a decent living, but by reason of the low circumstances he was in after I arrived to years of disgresion I obtained but a small share." Diary of Asa Eastwood: Lewis Eastwood Senr died in the City of New York on the 6th day of April 1829 aged about 83 years.
Lewis Washington Eastwood
Spouse1: Margaret A. Sullivan
b.1810 Apr 30 189 Front Street New York, NY
d.1863 Fev 04 Cicero, Onondaga NY
Father: Asa Eastwood  
Mother: Mary Doxsey POLLY
Richard Eastwood
Spouse1: Elizabeth ?
b.1620
d.1691 Norfolk, Virginia
Father:  
Mother:
Notes for Richard Eastwood Children of Richard Eastwood and Elizabeth (---) were as follows: 2 i Richard2 Eastwood (Jr.), born bef 1652 in Western Branch, Norfolk, Virginia. He married unknown. Richard Eastwood, Jr., is listed as the witness to a deed of his father Richard Eastwood and his mother Elizabeth Eastwood in 1673. He is probably the oldest child, because he is Junior, he is listed first in the will, and because he is the only child who is a witness to this deed. The deed also mentions his sister Judith Eastwood, the wife of Jonathan Granger. 3 ii Thomas2 Eastwood, born abt 1670 in Portsmouth, Norfolk, Virginia; died 1720. He married unknown. Tithtable taken from Col. Crafords to Batchedlers Mills, June 1751, by George Veale, Thomas Eastwood. Tithtable of the West Side of the Southern Branch, 1752, by George Vale, Thomas Eastwood. Tithtable taken the 10th of June 1753 by George Veale on the west side of the southern branch from Batchaldors Mills, Thomas Eastwood. Tithtable 1754, Thomas Eastwood. Inventory listed 1720, Norfolk, Virginia, Thomas Eashwood (sic Eastwood). + 4 iii John2 Eastwood [560], born abt 1675 in , Norfolk, Virginia; died abt 1725 in , Norfolk, Virginia. He married Ffrances (---) [561]. 5 iv Judith2 Eastwood, born bef 1652 in Western Branch, Norfolk, Virginia. She married bef 1673 in Western Branch, Norfolk, Virginia Jonathan Granger. Generation 2 4. John2 Eastwood [560] (Richard1), born abt 1675 in , Norfolk, Virginia; died abt 1725 in , Norfolk, Virginia. He married Ffrances (---) [561], born abt 1677.
Richard Eastwood b.1652
d.
Father: Richard Eastwood  
Mother: Elizabeth ?


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