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The Yeates Family Tree Genealogy

Yeates Family Ancestor
Mary Yeates (1638-1691)
9th Great Grandmother
Donald Scott Lee Yeates Family Pedigree
Donald Scott Lee  (1945)
Father
Donald Scott Lee’s father was Wendell Orie Lee  (1922-1999)
Grandfather
Wendell’s father was Orie Finiae Lee (1896-1984)
Great Grandmother
Orie's mother was Luella Ricord (1865-1921)
2nd Great Grandfather
Luella Ricord’s father was Wiliam Thomas Ricord (1839-1921)
3rd Great Grandfather
William’s father was James Ashbury Ricord. (1817-Unknown)
4th Great Grandmother
James’s mother was Lydia Conwell. (1785-1875)
5th Great Grandfather
Lydia Conwell’s father was William Conwell (1760-1831)
6th Great Grandfather
William Conwell’s father was William Fisher Conwell (1732-1782)
7th Great Grandfather
William Fisher Conwell’s father was John Conwell (1699-1782)
8th Great Grandfather
John Conwell’s father was Yeates Conwell (1660-1727)
9th Great Grandmother
Yeates Conwell’s mother was Mary Yeates (1638-1691)
Yeates Family Ancestor Genealogy
9th Great Grandmother
Mary Yeates (1638-1691)
10th Great Grandfather
Elias Yates (or Yeates) (About 1620-1693)
Elias was born in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia. Elias married Mary Hudson (bef.1663-aft 1692) in Virginia in 1679.¹ The couple married in North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia.
Rappahannock County, Virginia (1656)
The Rappahannock County of today’s Virginia is not the same as the Old Rappahannock County where the Yeates family lived. The Old Rappahannock County does not exist any longer as it was divided into two new counties, Essex County and Richmond County.
Rappahannock was the name of the local native people of that part of what is now Virginia. Rappahannock meant “the people of the tidal river stream that changed with the ocean tides.
The present Rappahannock County was created in 1833 in a different location. It was created from part of Culpeper County, and named after the Rappahannock River.
The Old Rappahannock County was one of the areas just north of Jamestown (James City). The settlers migrated from the old 1620 Colony. In 1653, the County of Lancaster was divided and the upper part became Rappahannock County. At the time, the waterways were the mode of transportation and tobacco was the currency. The county was divided into “Parishes”. The first Parish was called Sittingbourne. In 1981 Sittingbourne Parish was divided and St. Mary’s Parish was formed.The Church was pretty much in charge of the people.
Read more about these early times at the Vawter Family Organization.
Yeates Family Research
Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s list a Yeates Conwell arriving in the Delaware Bay or River with wife Rebecca Fisher in 1699. Yeates Conwell was the son of Mary Yeates and the father of John Conwell (1699-1782). Document
References: 1) Virginia, Marriages of the Northern Neck of Virginia, 1649-1800.
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