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Richard Clough Anderson, Junior, the son of the first marriage,
was born in 1788, and was a member of congress from Kentucky
from 1817 to 1821. After that he represented the United States
as minister to Colombia, in which country he lost his wife, who
was his cousin Elizabeth, daughter of Owen and Ann Clark
Gwathmey, and it is notable that Elizabeth, his sister, married
his wife's brother, Isaac R. Gwathmey. The next year after his
wife's death, which was in 1825, he died of yellow fever, on his
way to Panama, as a representative of the United States to a
congress of American nations. He is represented as a gentleman
of fine ability and unblemished character. "
Melsonby, N. Yorkshire, England [ very near to the ancestral
home of the EUBANKs at BROUGH & BARNARD CASTLE - m. JOAN COATES
b. Ingleby, Greenhow, N. Yorkshire, England. "This EUBANK family
was descended from the "Vagabond Gentlemen" who settled VA.
President MADISON, in one of his letters mentioned, "my nephew,
James EUBANK". There were many high ranking army officers in
their lineage, through the TAYLOR and MOSS lines. President
TAYLOR and Lady Bird JOHNSON came from those same TAYLORs."
A.1. William EUBANK
A.2. John EUBANK
A.3. Richard EUBANK
A.4. Thomas EUBANK
- The family immigrated to Virginia in the late 1680s.