Jean Aydelott-1 was born in 1584 in France. He died in 1610.
Jean Aydelott and unknown spouse married.They had the following children:
David Aydelott was born in 1610 in France. He married Marie Sochon on 05 Jan 1631 in England. He died on 05 Jan 1632 in London, England.
David Aydelott-2 (Jean-1) was born in 1610 in France. He died on 05 Jan 1632 in London, England.
Notes for David Aydelott:
He was a Shoemaker by trade.
Marie Sochon daughter of Jean Pierre Sochon and Marie Louys was born in 1610 in London, England. She died in 1677 in London, England.
David Aydelott and Marie Sochon were married on 05 Jan 1631 in England.They had the following children:
Benjamin Aydelott was born in 1644 in England. He died in May 1704 in Snowhill, Maryland.
Benjamin Aydelott-3 (David-2, Jean-1) was born in 1644 in England. He died in May 1704 in Snowhill, Maryland.
Marie Pingar daughter of Jacques Pingar and Magdelaine Despine Despine was born on 28 Mar 1641 in French Church, London, England. She died on 16 Jun 1703 in Maryland.
Benjamin Aydelott and Marie Pingar married.They had the following children:
William Aydelott was born in 1680 in Snowhill, Maryland. He died in Feb 1752 in Worcester, Maryland, USA.
Elizabeth Aydelott was born in 1678 in Worcester County, Maryland. She died in 1721.
Mary Aydelott was born in 1697 in London, England. She died before 1737.
Mary Aydelott-4 (Benjamin-3, David-2, Jean-1) was born in 1697 in London, England. She died before 1737.
William Pepper and Mary Aydelott married.They had no children.
John Blizzard son of Giles Blizzard was born in 1685 in Glouchestershire, England. He died in 1730 in Maryland.
Notes for John Blizzard:
John Blizzard arrived in Maryland in 1719 from Glouchestershire, England with his brothers Benjamin and George. Also with them were William Pepper and Lancelott Sockwell. To pay for his passage he indentured himself as a servant ; John Taylor of London was his agent. He was listed as a yeoman and settled in the area of Downe Township by the Maurice River on Delaware Bay. Both John and William Pepper bought land on the Yorkwood Tract. The original unrecorded deed for this land still exists.
John Blizzard and Mary Aydelott married.They had the following children:
Benjamin Blizzard was born in 1718.
John Idolet Blizzard was born in 1720 in St. Abingdon, Berkshire, England. He married Ruth Burton Wesley in 1742 in West Virginia, USA. He died in 1799 in Ft. Seybert, West Virginia.
John Idolet Blizzard-5 (Mary-4, Benjamin-3, David-2, Jean-1) was born in 1720 in St. Abingdon, Berkshire, England. He died in 1799 in Ft. Seybert, West Virginia.
Notes for John Idolet Blizzard:
American Revolution Soldier of Rockingham, Co. Virginia
John Idolet Blizzard and Mary Campbell married.They had the following children:
Ruth Burton Wesley was born about 1725.
John Idolet Blizzard and Ruth Burton Wesley were married in 1742 in West Virginia, USA.They had the following children:
Elizabeth Blizzard was born on 22 Jan 1743 in Pendleton, West Virginia, USA.
Comfort Blizzard was born on 23 Oct 1745 in Pendleton, West Virginia, USA.
Thomas Blizzard was born on 05 Dec 1747 in Pendleton, West Virginia, USA.
James Blizzard was born on 30 Sep 1750.
Joseph Blizzard was born on 20 Sep 1752.
Susannah Blizzard was born on 22 Jun 1754.
William Blizzard was born on 08 Feb 1758 in Highland, Virginia, USA.
John Blizzard Jr. was born on 11 Jun 1760 in Pendleton, West Virginia, USA.
Sarah Blizzard was born on 17 Jan 1765 in Pendleton, West Virginia, USA.
Burton Blizzard was born on 22 Jun 1756 in Virginia. He died on 17 Mar 1839 in Pendleton, West Virginia, USA.
Notes for Burton Blizzard:
He began military service in September, 1777. In the Revolutionary War Burton Blizard served in Capt. Daniel Smith's Militia and Frederick Keister's Company. His service record follows.
BLIZZARD, Burton (Sarah). W.20720.
4 Dec. 1833. Pendleton Co., Va. Burton (X) Blizzard of said county, aged 76, declares he volunteered in Sept. 1777 in the company of Virginia militia of Rockingham County commanded by Capt. Daniel Smith, raised to guard the frontier settlements against the Indians. He marched to the west of the Allegheny Mountains to Tygert's Valley and was stationed in Friends' Fort where he served as a private until the expiration of his three month term.
In Sept. 1778 he was drafted in Rockingham County and served three months against the Indians as private in the company of Lieut. Frederick Keister. He marched to Tygert's Valley.
On 4 or 5 Sept. 1779 he entered service as a substitute for his younger brother John Blizzard who had been drafted for three months to go to the northwest against the Indians. He was a private in the company of Capt. Robert Davis of Rockingham County and marched to the west fork of the Monongahela where he was stationed at Lowder's Fort.
He also served at least twenty days under the orders of Capt. Robert Davis against the Tories.
6 Dec. 1833. Pendleton Co., Va. Thomas (X) Hoover of said county declares that in the latter part of 1779 Burton Blizzard served three months in the company of Capt. Robert Davis of Rockingham County and was stationed in Lowder's Fort on the West Fork of the Monongahela. He was in the same mess as Hoover.
6 May 1839. Pendleton Co., Va. Sarah (X) Blizzard of said county, aged 77, declares she is the widow of Burton Blizzard. She was married in Dec. 1780 by a minister of the Baptist Church and her husband died 17 March 1837.
6 May 1839. Pendleton Co., Va. Samuel Blizzard declares Burton Blizzard died 17 March 1837.
7 May 1839. Pendleton Co., Va. John Davis, aged 72 on 10 June 1838, declares he knew Burton Blizzard and Sarah Blizzard his wife, whose maiden name was Sarah Keister. He was present at the wedding party when Burton brought his wife home, in 1780 or 1781. Burton was drafted for a short tour of twenty days to march to Richmond, Va., in the spring or early summer of 1781 and served under Davis' father who was a captain of the company. They only marched a part of the way down (he understands to the Blue Ridge Mountains on the Shenandoah River at the foot of the mountains). They were then countermanded and returned and went against the Tories on the waters of the Potomac River.
7 May 1839. Pendleton Co., Va. Frederick Keister declares he is 64 years of age and remembers he was present at the wedding party when Burton Blizzard brought his wife home after they were married. He was too young to recollect the year but believes it was about the end of the Revolutionary War. He often heard Burton speak of having been drafted for twenty days under Capt. Robert Davis and having served against the Tories on the headwaters of the Potomac.
19 Oct..1840. Pendleton Co., Va. Mary (X) Swadley, aged 83 declares she knew Burton Blizzard and Sarah his wife, who was Sarah Keister for more than sixty years. She knows they were married at least sixty years, from the birth of her youngest son who was born 10 Oct. 1781 as appears from the register of births of her children in her own family Bible. Sarah Blizzard had a son born in August before the birth of her own son.
29 April 1841. Pendleton Co., Va. Sarah (X) Blizzard of said county, aged 79, again makes application for a pension.
Burton Blizzard of Pendleton Co., Va., private in the company of Capt. Smith in the Virginia line for nine months, was placed on the Virginia pension roll at $30 per annum under the Act of 1832. Certificate 23374 was issued 10 Jan. 1834.
Sarah Blizzard of Pendleton Co., Va., widow of Burton Blizzard who died 17 March 1837, private in the company of Capt. Smith in the Virginia militia for nine months, was placed on the Richmond, Va., pension roll at $30 per annum under the Act of 1838. Certificate 6258 was issued 2 July 1841
Huguenot Society of London, French Church at Threadneedle Street, Volume 13 "Annonces et les Mariages".
British Roots of Maryland Families, pg. 30. Robert W. Barnes.