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||WWI ||Cobham, Francis Foster (I3560)
||Year of marriage was listed in The Genealogist as 1878 in error, according to Richardson Latrobe Onderdonk. The Hazlehurst Charts list the marriage date as 17 Dec. 1869.|
They were married at Emmanuel Church by Rev. Benjamin Henry Latrobe, Jr..
||Yorkshire Parish Records, West Yorkshire Archive Service: Leeds, England ||Source (S281)
||Zachariah Berry lived in fine style on his plantation Concorde, of 1,000 acres, given him by his father. He patented a large tract of land in Hardin County, Kentucky, on which some of his descendants settled. His children were Zach.; Jeremiah, married Sara Claggett became a very rich planter; Washington, married Elizabeth Williams; Thomas of Oxen Hill, married Mary Williams; and a daughter Mary married Otho Beall. ||Berry, Zachariah (I24456)
||Zachariah was a soldier under Capt. Nathaniel cunningham in the Prince Edward Co., VA militia on an expedition to the south during the Revolutionary War. He was a Baptist minister in Prince Edward Co. and Amelia Co., VA. ||Leigh, Zachariah Greenhill (I16538)
||Zachary and Alice were first cousins. ||Family F5526
||Zachary Taylor was the 12th President of the United States. Known as "Old Rough and Ready," he had a 40-year military career in the U.S. Army. He died suddenly, after 16 months in office, of gastroenteritis; although there are conspiracies that he was poisoned. ||Taylor, Pres. Zachary (I16481)
||[Latrobe Archives #14 (1485); Arch. Dept. de T&G; 5 E 6176, f° V 2 Rossignol, notaire Montauban; JHLT et Z-1/5]|
7 March 1485: Arnaldus LATROBA, farmer, and Johanna LINAS, living near Monbéqui, married, proof deed.
At reference 5 E 6178 foilio 1v-2 of Raymond Rossignol, notary of Montauban (third of page missing for 9 folios): In year 1485 and on the 7th day of the month of March, “Domino LATROBO and Arnaldus LA TROBA farmer and Johanna LINAS (married), inhabitants of parish Montbequin, diocese of Montauban…”
||[Latrobe Archives #24 (1528); Arch. Dept. de T&G; 5 E 2673, f°205 G. Borrelli, notaire Montech; C-7/1 F-1/3 K-2 S-5/1 & AZ-3/2]|
Of Borrelli Gabriel, notary to Montech (in Latin) 4 February 1528 in the house of Pierre (or Peyre) YSARN (or YSARRA) said page, Contract of marriage between Anthoine LATROBE, young, of Monbéquin, on one hand and Alieta (or Héliete or Hélixte?) YSARN (or YSARRA), daughter of said Pierre YSARN, on the other hand. Pierre YSARN constitutes as a dowry to the married couple the sum of hundred livres tournois.