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It seems one of our ancestors named Nimrod Norton and a John W.
Thomas Norton (son of Christopher and Mary Emmerson) 1753 Goochland, VA d. Finally one big source of mis-information comes from the "History of Marion County South Carolina" by WW Sellers.
They evidently decided they were from the same family and John W Norton went home to contribute a family history to the Sellers history.
Pendleton, KY married Elizabeth Benefield 1820 in Fayette, IN. Norton of Marion, South Carolina met up at Richmond in 1864 towards the end of the Civil War and compared notes on their family history.
Mary (Polly) Benefield 1805 Ohio --- Mary Norton b. When the Civil War broke out he was in Missouri and was the first to raise a Confederate regiment in that state.
He was trained in military academys in New York and Kentucky.
There were five brothers who fought in the Revolutionary War. The search for John Norton, the father of this line has been actively going on for 150 years.
1781 Rockingham, VAThis Norton family came out of Fluvanna, Virginia and emigrated into the counties of Bourbon, Pendleton and Greenup Kentucky about 1784.
I think Grandmother Norton died in Kentucky at the age of 104 years." Here's what we can gleen from all these sources.1650, East Sussex, England d.1726, Isle of Wight, Virginia m. But most all the treasure was on the little vessel.Jann (Ann) children: --- Robert Norden (child died) in Waldron, E Sussex, England --- Sarah Norden 1690 Christopher Norden “The Commodore” 1714 1787, Fluvanna, Virginia m 1st Anna unknown abt 1737 children: --- John Norton (b. abt 1762 (Probaby captured in SC during the Revolution and died on a prison ship in Charleston Harbor) --- David Norton b. 1765 (Possibly captured in SC during the Revolution and settled in SC, later moving to AL) --- Elizabeth Norton b.1769 Fluvanna, VA --- Milly Norton b.1774 Fluvanna, VA John Norton b. Grandfather said that the money that was on the big vessel was divided among the men and there was a hatful to each man. I did know the names of the two captives and of both the English and pirate vessels which I have often heard my grandfather relate.Let's salute the hundreds of relatives and researchers who have peered at musty old records and passed down family storys to give us clues to our heritage. Eliza Benefiel Trimble was born in 1816 and had direct access to family storys.