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William Singleton (died 1677) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1640. He fought briefly on the side of the Parliamentarians in the English Civil War. Singleton may have been the son of Thomas Singleton, merchant of London and Gloucester. He was Sheriff of Gloucester in 1618 and Mayor of ...


William Singleton Young (April 10, 1790 – September 20, 1827) was a U.S. Representative from Kentucky, brother of Bryan Rust Young and uncle of John Young Brown. Biography[edit]. Young was born near Bardstown, Kentucky. Although he initially studied medicine with a Dr. Bemiss, of Bloomfield, he graduated from the ...


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Aug 28, 2017 ... Genealogy for William Singleton, Convict "Pitt" 1792 (1752 - 1835) family tree on Geni, with over 180 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.


William R. Singleton Hope Lebanon Lodge #7, has a long and rich history in the Tenley Town neighborhood, and has been an active part of the community for almost 200 years.


Jan 18, 2011 ... Is this your ancestor? Compare DNA and explore genealogy for William Singleton born abt. 1752 Cheshire, England died 1835 Patrick's Plains, Hunter's River, New South Wales, Australia including parents + descendants + 2 photos + DNA connections + more in the free family tree community.


Susan's family raised the child and William remarried and. moved to KY. Children of William and Susan (Floweree) Singleton. 2. (1). John Floweree b.c. 1786 d.Jun 15 1859. m.Lucinda Byrne. 2.JOHN FLOWEREE SINGLETON 1.WILLIAM SINGLETON. John Floweree Singleton, a son of William and Susan (Floweree).


Of Scottish ancestry William Singleton was born in Cheshire, England and while working as a warehouse porter in London he was charged, on June 8, 1791 that “he did upon the thirtieth day of May in that year did feloniously steal twenty- seven yards of calico, valued at twenty-seven shillings, the property of Matthew ...