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JoLee Gregory Spears

This page was last updated September 4, 2016

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Relative to Members of the John Lee Senior line

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Lee homes of the first three generations.

  • Woodburn, home of Josephus and Elizabeth "Betsy" (LEE) GREGORY (d/o Edward Lee Senr s/o John Lee Senr) - Lunenburg Co., VA
  • Woodland built by David Lee s/o Thomas Lee s/o John Lee Senr. - Charlotte Co., VA.
  • Weatherford Place, or the early John Lee Senr place.
  • Edward Lee Senior, Lees Mill, Lunenburg Co., VA


Lee photographs of the first three generations, if any.


Those of the LEE name appearing in the Minutes of the Meherrin Baptist Church, Lunenburg County Virginia - added April 10, 2003

Your comments, corrections, updates, or traditions re heritage

Some of us are aware that there have been reports handed down from the turn of the century re the heritage of John Lee Senr., reports that have not been verified. You may submit for this page a transcription of the tradition that has come down through your branch of the family, for observation and discussion. — JoLee Gregory Spears

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John Lee Senr>Edward Lee>George "Henderson" Lee>Ann "Adele" Lee
- Submitted by JoLee Gregory Spears

Undated paper of Ann "Adele" (Lee) Dillard. page 1, page 2, found in the old papers of two of her Gregory cousins in Lunenburg Co., VA.
Background: Adele was b. 1844, Lunenburg Co., VA., the year after the death of her grandfather, Edward Lee. Her family moved to Petersburg, VA when she was 2 or 3 yrs old. Her mother died when she was ten yrs. old. The family returned to Lunenburg and Adele's younger siblings lived at the Josephus Gregory home. Mrs. Gregory was a sister of Adele's father. Adele probably attended boarding school preparing to teach. In 1861, her father died while serving in the Confederate Army, and she was teaching in Henry Co., VA; married John R. Dillard and lived in Martinsville, VA. Throughout her life, Adele kept in touch with her Gregory cousins in Lunenburg.
Comment: Adele's grandfather Edward Lee was born 01 May 1779, see Lee/Gregory Bible transcription, so would not have served in the Revolution. He was called "Capt. Lee" [Gregory Family Correspondence], and appears to have obtained the title from service in the Charlotte County militia. Edward Lee appears as Lieutenant in the Charlotte Co., VA militia in 1812, and as Captain in 1821. [Timothy S. Ailsworth, comp., Charlotte County - Rich Indeed (Charlotte County Board of Supervisors, 1979), pp. 471,472.]

Descendants researching John Lee Senior

If you wish to add here your email address as researching one of the offspring of John Lee Senr died Charlotte Co., VA 1804/1805, let me know: JoLee Gregory Spears.

Descendants of Jane (LEE) Pearson:

Descendants of Polly (LEE) Allmond:

  1. J. Patrick Curley

Descendants of John LEE Junior:

  1. Donald W. Pearce
  2. Mirtie Morrison

Descendants of Joseph LEE:

Probably no descendants

Descendants of Ambrose LEE:

  1. Lee Israel
    Note: Henderson "Lee" Israel, b. 14 Oct 1939, passed away 14 Jul 2003.
  2. Stephen S. Israel

Descendants of Sally (LEE) Crenshaw:


Mike Crenshaw

Descendants of William LEE:

No descendants?

 

Descendants of Thomas LEE:

Col Frederick "Rick" Jones

Descendants of Edward LEE:

  1. JoLee Gregory Spears