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Gury KULIKOVSKIJ [Parents] was born in 1919. He married Ruth SCHWARTZ on 5 Oct 1940 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The marriage ended in divorce.

Other marriages:

Ruth SCHWARTZ was born on 6 Feb 1921 in Copenhagen, Denmark. She married Gury KULIKOVSKIJ on 5 Oct 1940 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The marriage ended in divorce.

They had the following children:


Nicholas MERIWETHER III [Parents].Nicholas married Mildred THORNTON in 1738.

Mildred THORNTON [Parents] was born on 21 Mar 1721 in Snow Creek, Virginia. She died on 16 Nov 1778 in Albemarle County, Virginia. She married Nicholas MERIWETHER III in 1738.

Other marriages:
WALKER, Thomas

Nicholas MERIWETHER Jr. [Parents] was born on 26 Oct 1667 in Surry County, VA. He died on 5 Nov 1744 in Albemarle County, VA. He married Elizabeth CRAWFORD.

Member of the House of Bugesses from New Kent County from 1702-1714.Vestryman, St. Peter's Church, New Kent Co, VA from 1685-1698.

Elizabeth CRAWFORD was born about 1669 in Jamestown, James City County, Virginia. She married Nicholas MERIWETHER Jr.. Elizabeth was born in New Kent Co., VA.

They had the following children:

  F i Jane MERIWETHER was born in 1705.
  M ii Nicholas MERIWETHER III.
  M iii William MERIWETHER was born about 1688.
  M iv David MERIWETHER was born in 1690. He died on 5 Dec 1744.

Francis SEYMOUR 1st Marquess of Hertford was born in 1718. He died in 1794. He married Isabella FITZROY.

Isabella FITZROY [Parents] was born in 1726. She died in 1782. She married Francis SEYMOUR 1st Marquess of Hertford.

They had the following children:

  M i Sir Hugh SEYMOUR was born in 1759. He died in 1801.

John WAYLES was born in 1715 in Conjuror's Neck, Henrico, Virginia. He died on 23 May 1773 in of "The Forest", Charles City Co., Va.. He married Elizabeth LOMAX on 3 Jan 1760 in Virginia. John was employed as Judge.

Other marriages:
EPPES, Martha
LOMAX, Elizabeth
HEMINGS, Elizabeth "Betty"

Elizabeth LOMAX.Elizabeth married John WAYLES on 3 Jan 1760 in Virginia.

James FOSSETT [Parents] was born on 7 Jan 1805 in Monticello, Virginia. He died in 1879. He married Mary MINOR.

Other marriages:

Mary MINOR.Mary married James FOSSETT.

Peter Farley FOSSETT [Parents] was born in 1815 in Monticello, Virginia. He married Sarah WALKER in 1854 in Cincinnati.

Other marriages:

Peter Farley Fossett moved to Cincinnati and became an evangelical preacher. The Reverend Peter Farley Fossett is regarded as the founder of the Ohio Negro Baptists and was a "conductor" of the underground railway which took escaped slaves to the North.


The Rev. Mr. Fossett, of Cincinnati, Recalls the Days When Men Came from the Ends of the Earth to Consult ´the Sage of Monticello' -- Reminiscences of Jefferson, Lafayette, Madison and Monroe.

(Special to the Sunday World.)
Cincinnati, Jan. 29.

THE REV. PETER F. FOSSETT, of this city, is probably the last surviving slave of Thomas Jefferson. Mr. Fossett is a very intelligent colored man. He is eighty-three years old and lives at No. 313 Stone street in a comfortable, well furnished and well provided home. It was there that a Sunday World reporter found the kindly old gentleman to-day, well preserved in mind and body, spending the winter of his days in comfort and happiness. He is held in great regard by colored people and is loved by all the white ministers of Cincinnati, who know him well and esteem him highly.

Sarah WALKER.Sarah married Peter Farley FOSSETT in 1854 in Cincinnati.

Philipp Christoff von KÖNIGSMARK was born in 1665. He died on 1 Jul 1694. He was not married to Queen Sophia Dorothea BRUNSWICK of England.

Other marriages:
OFFELN, Sofie Caroline Baroness

Here's how John van der Kiste tells it:
“During the night of 1 July 1694, Königsmarck was seen to enter the Leineschloss Palace and go to
Sophia Dorothea’s apartments. He never came out alive. What precisely happened that night will
probably never be known, but the traditional version has it that he received a note in pencil left
on a table in the sitting-room of his house in Hanover that afternoon, informing him that he was
summoned to meet Princess Sophia Dorotha in her private apartment at about 10 o’clock that night.
The note purported to be hers but was in fact the work of Countess von Platen. That he did not
suspect it was a trap designed to lure him could be put down to his ignorance of how much his and
the Princess’s indiscretions had become the subject of gossip at court during his absence.
Disguising himself in shabby clothes, he gave a prearranged signal under the window of her
apartment, and she let him in. It was the first time she had seen him for three months, and she told
him that the note was a forgery. He told her that a carriage was ready to take them to safety at
Wolfenbüttel, and she would have agreed to join him at once if it was not for the matter of saying
goodbye to her children. She would do so next morning, and asked him to return with his carriage at
the same time on the evening of 2 July. Nearby Countess von Platen and her courtiers were lying in
wait. Her spies had kept her informed of the intended flight, and as soon as Königsmarck had
arrived, she went to the Elector’s chamber to inform him. With the assistance of four halberdiers,
she said, she could catch the young lovers red-handed. To the scheme of capturing and arresting
them, he gave his approval, and she hid the men in a chimney recess, locked all the doors out of the
Princess’s gallery except one near the chimney, and hid behind a curtain. When Königsmarck tried to
leave and found his way blocked, he realized what had happened. Outnumbered by four to one he had no
chance, but with the sword which he always carried he wounded three of them. However, they
overpowered him and stabbed him to death, and as he lay dying the Countess, who had been watching
with malicious glee, came and kicked him viciously in the mouth. Having witnessed his despatch, she
realized with dismay that the Elector had merely authorized her to bring the Count to justice, and
she returned to his apartment panic-stricken. Though angry with her he knew that he was also
implicated in the murder, and he authorized her to do what she could to suppress any trace of the
night’s events. The halberiers were ordered to throw the body in the palace latrines, cover it with
quicklime and brick the wall up. They accomplished their mission silently and by dawn they were all
in their beds.” An alternative reconstruction has the body placed in a sack, weighted with stones,
and thrown into the river.

About 1/2 of the correspondance between Philip and Sophia survives today, having been sent to his
sister Aurora, who preserved it.

The European Royal History Journal, Issue XV, February 2000, p. 9.
van der Kiste, John, The Georgian Princesses, Sutton Publishing, Gloucestershire, England, 2000, p. 23.

Queen Sophia Dorothea BRUNSWICK of England [Parents] was born on 10 Sep 1666 in Celle, Hannover, Prussia. She died on 13 Nov 1726 in Schloss Ahlden, Hannover, Prussia. She was buried in Celle, Hannover, Prussia. She was not married to Philipp Christoff von KÖNIGSMARK.

Other marriages:
HANOVER, George I of England
KÖNIGSMARK, Philipp Christoff von

Theodorick LEE [Parents] was born on 3 Sep 1766 in Westmoreland, Prince William, Va. He died on 10 Apr 1849 in , , Virginia. He married Catherine HITE before 1796.

Other marriages:
HITE, Catherine

Catherine HITE was born in 1766/1780. She married Theodorick LEE before 1796.

They had the following children:

  F i Caroline Hite LEE.
  F ii Catharine Hite LEE.
  F iii Sarah Julianna LEE was born before 1797.
  M iv Lt. John Hite LEE was born in 1797. He died in 1832.

Philip Richard FENDALL was born before 1775. He married Mary LEE about 1792.

Mary LEE [Parents] was born in 1775 in , Westmoreland, Va. She married Philip Richard FENDALL about 1792.

Other marriages:
FENDALL, Philip Richard

They had the following children:

  F i Lucy Eleanor FENDALL.
  M ii Philip Richard FENDALL Jr. was born in 1795. He died in 1868.



He had 4 sons and 3 daughters.

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