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Robert LAZENBY II

site of Wolf's Den, unfortunately the house was destroyed in the mid-twentieth century.
It was in Prince George's County, now Montgomery County, and general directions are:
From I-495 in Montgomery County, Md, go north on Georgia Avenue past the Y at Viers Mill Road. On Georgia, cross University Blvd., cross Randolph Road, take a right ont Layhill Road, Take a right onto Queensguard Road, then onto Woodwell Road. At Alderton Road, take a right. Then turn left onto Atwood Road, which when last visited led to a dead end at the site of Wolf's Den.


Lucy HARDING

Lucy Harding wa sborn Oct. 24,1724 (Rock Hill Church Records)There is a Lazenby family cemetery on the old farm at Montgomery Co. Lay Hill Md. and suppossedly Robert and Lucy are buried there. They belonged to the Rock Creek Chapel Church. Their estate was sold by JOhn Lazenby for 297 pounds to Samuel Bonifield, track of land called "Wolf's Den" on Nov.21,1787. In 1938 the farm still belonged to the Bonefield family (now spelled Bonifant).


Marriage Notes for Robert Lazenby II and Lucy HARDING-225412

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Thomas Jr. BABB

Birth: Jan. 22, 1766 Winchester Frederick County Virginia, USA Death: Mar. 31, 1858 Greene County Ohio, USA According to "Haddow-Skelton Heritage" by Ruth Haddox Harrington, 2005 pg. 239: Thomas Babb, son of Thomas and Blanch (Mercer) Babb was born in Frederick Co., VA, 22 Jan. 1766, m. Margaret (Denny) Wilson 27 Nov 1788 [Frederick Co., VA marriage Book 14, pg. 10], and died 31 March 1858 at 92 yrs., at Xenia, OH Thomas inherited the home place of grandfather, Philip, which he sold in 1810 to David Lupton and joined the migration to Greene Co., OH. When Thomas' father, Thomas, died in 1779, he was only 13 and chose Meredith Carlington as his guardian [Frederick Co., VA, Minute Book 82-86, pg. 2]. Later his siblings chose him as their guardian - namely, Tamson, James and Jane. His brother-in-law, Robert Wilson, willed to Thomas Babb his large sword and his coat [will of 3 Oct. 1791] "in case I lose my life in this conflict." Robert was killed by Indians on 4 Nov. 1791, in OH at the battle sometimes called St. Clair's Defeat. He had been part of a military expedition under General Arthur St. Clair to subdue the Indians in that regions. They were surprised in this camp on the Wabash River by the Indians and suffered heavy losses. Family links: Parents: Blanch(e) Mercer Babb (1742 - 1821) Spouse: Margaret Denny or Wilson Babb (1767 - 1840) Children: James Wilson Babb (1789 - 1875) Mary Ann Babb Van Meter (1791 - 1834) Thomas J. Babb (1793 - 1866) Inscription: aged 92 yrs. 2 mo. 9 da. Burial: Babb Cemetery Greene County Ohio, USA Created by: Cheryl (Theroux) Record added: Sep 23, 2006 Find A Grave Memorial# 15862426


Margaret (Denny) WILSON

Birth: Feb. 3, 1767 Winchester Frederick County Virginia, USA Death: Dec. 29, 1840 Greene County Ohio, USA Daughter of James Wilson and Margery Denny of Frederick Co., Virginia, who married in 1768. Margaret married Thomas Babb Nov. 27, 1788 in Winchester, Frederick Co., Virginia. Family links: Spouse: Thomas Babb (1766 - 1858) Children: James Wilson Babb (1789 - 1875) Mary Ann Babb Van Meter (1791 - 1834) Thomas J. Babb (1793 - 1866) Inscription: Wife of Thomas [1858] Babb; aged 73 yr. 10 mo. 26 da. Burial: Babb Cemetery   Greene County Ohio, USA Created by: Cheryl (Theroux) Whitica.. Record added: Sep 23, 2006 Find A Grave Memorial# 15862358


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