"In 1054, Siward, the Danish earl of Northumbria, a close
connection of the family of Duncan,7 led an army into Scotland
against Macbeth, in the interests of Duncan's son, Malcolm, and
perhaps at the instance of Edward, King of England.8 Although
not then successful in recovering the central kingdom, Siward
succeeded in confirming Malcolm as ruler of all that portion of
Scotland south of the Clyde and Forth.9 Siward died in 1055,
however, and Malcolm was not able to push his cause further
The old James Anderson farm (around the north bank of the north
branch of Stepstone Creek, far eastern Montgomery co., KY) is
typical for central Kentucky. Rolling, undulating hills,
farmland, fields. It is chopped up into quite a few small farms
- mostly cattle farms, some may raise a little tobacco.
Stepstone creek is tiny - 20 feet across at it's widest. North
branch 5-10 feet at it's widest.
I was going through my genealogy box the other day and "found" a
photocopy from "Manakin Huguenot Society" Nos. 1-7, KY
Historical Society Library 284.5/H874m in which is a very
detailed record of James and Jane Anderson family. per Wallace
James died in 1830 in Adams County, Illinois, near Lima or
Marceline. He left his wife and two minor children, James H. and
Julian(a). My 2nd great grandfather administered the estate and
the guardian for the children was the husband of James' daughter
Jane, William G. Flood, a prominent figure in Adams Co. history.
per Carol email@example.com
VI. John Bush((2)), b. March 21, 1767, at Winchester, Va.
"II. John Bush((2)) (Philip((1))), sixth child of Philip Bush
and Catherine Slough, his wife, b. March 21, 1769, at
Winchester, Va.; d. -. Married, first (January 11, 1792, at
Woodford Co., Ky.) Sally Craig, sixth child of John and Sally
Craig, née Page, b. February 11, 1772, in Culpeper Co., Va.; d.
-. Married, second, Christiana M. Noble, January 24, 1814, in
Boone Co., Ky.; she was fifth child of John Noble and Elizabeth
C. Ledwick, b. March 11, 1790, Frederick Co., Va."
I. Polly Bush((3)), b. Dec. 14, 1792; d. Nov. 27, 1797.
II. Philip L. Bush((3)), b. March 27, 1795. Married Vicy Tonsey.
III. John Craig Bush((3)), b. April 8, 1797. Married Mary W.
IV. Edward Smith Bush((3)), b. July 29, 1799. Married, first,
Juliana Johnson; second, Mrs. Julian Gridley
Issue by second marriage:
V. Thomas Noble Bush((3)), d. young.
VI. Benjamin Moseby Bush((3)). Married, first, Elizabeth
VII. Lazarno Noble Bush((3)). Married Eliza Norris. Issue:
VIII. Catherine Bush((3)), d. young
IX. Elizabeth Bush((3)). Married Thomas Frolbra. Issue:
X. Sally Bush((3)). Married, first, Stephen Speakman. Issue:
XI. Arthur Bush((3)). Married Susan Gould. Issue:
XII. Henry Clay Bush((3)). Married Anna Wilson. Issue:
"was a member of the Provincial Convention, 1775; Captain of one
of the companies of the Greens; Lieutenant-Colonel, 3d Jan.
1776; Colonel of the Fourth Regiment of Foot, and was taken
prisoner at Fort Washington; member of the Constitutional
Convention, 1776; from 1784 to 1787, Deputy to Continental
Congress; Representative from New Jersey to First Constitutional
Congress, 4th Mar. 1789, and served in third Congress until Mar.