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« on: January 02, 2005, 08:32:27 PM »

We invite you to submit your "Pedigree" for the Perdue Family Project Patriarch page. (You don’t have to be a test participant to post your family pedigree.)  

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Mike Canter
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« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2005, 11:15:16 AM »

Perdew Family History
(This is my Gram Canter?s family)

The name Perdew, (which is also spelled Perdue, Perdieu, Purdue, Pardoe etc, etc.) is first seen in recorded entries in 1237 in England. However, as most European names, it is highly likely that the name originated with the Norsemen as did most of the other members of the white race. The name is associated with the family who invented the ?bell? and the design ?fleur de lis?. It was also associated with the people who ?had a right to bear arms?.

There are are at least two theories as to how the Perdue family arrived here in the USA..and I will tell you both. First let me say this??there are those who say the Perdues were among the first Hugenots and those who say there were NO Hugenots in the Perdue line?I?ll let you decide. I think it is obvious to all that the name as spelled Perdieu?is of French origin?by way of the Norsemen of  very early times. As in a lot of cases families moved from the mainland of Europe to the British Isles for tolerance of their beliefs and then on to America for what they thought would be complete freedom to do as they please. HA !!

The first version is the romantic one and probably close to the truth until the family arrives in England . The second version is not so glamorous, but is probably what happens after the England arrival.

Version I

Pierre Perdeux ( born circa 1583 ) was a native of Angers of Anjou and for many years served as advocate to the Parliament of Paris, Master of request to the Duke of Anjou, and chief magistrate of the Criminal Court of Angers.
It is believed in this version that the Perdues were Hugenots and they left France for England and Ireland before coming to America.
An elaborate manuscript compiled and emblazoned in the College of Arms containing ? Sundrie Ancient Remembrance of Arms, Genealogies, and other notes of Gentility belonging to the worshipful name and families of surname of Perduex, and that they were of like noble lineage or offspring of ? The Dutchy of Normandy?.
Pierre married Anne de Jardins ( born 1585) and they had offspring of
Rene Perdeux in 1610
Henri Perdeux in 1625
Henri was the Bell (as in ding-dong) Founder and was the progenitor of the Perdue family in America.
 He married Marie Loisson, herself a descendant of a noble French family.
With a desire to worship according to the faith of the Hugenots, he left France leaving behind considerable wealth and property, like a chateau in the country, and a mansion in what is now called Rue 3t, Honore in Paris.
He arrived in Bristol, England in 1655 and became associated with the Indies Company.
His first child , Dean was born 9/6/1656. In 1657 Henri was appointed Residant factor for the Indies Company for Martinique and moved there on the brig boat, Thistle with Capt. William Stackpool at the helm.
At Fort de France, Martinique, his 2nd son Rene was born 6/12/1658 and then a daughter, Marie 11/7/1660.
Now here is the hole in this theory?..No one knows how or why Henri moved to Maryland?..BUT it does NOT mean it didn?t happen.
SO?in Worcester, Maryland Henri?s last child, John William Perdeux, Sr. is born in 1673.
Thus starts the chain of Perdues that match the other theory from this point forward. The big difference is that this theory puts John as a person of wealth and standards immediately upon arriving. The other is quite different posing him as illiterate and an indentured servant. The truth is probably somewhere in-between.

Version Two

The first Perdieu to come to the USA was John Perdieu and most research points to him being transported here by Edmund Jennings from England along with many others as indentured servants in Maryland/Virginia?circa 1690.
 
This John Perdieu could not read nor write, but made sure his offspring was educated and that paid off for his descendants. His children and grandchildren became rather large property holders and owned many slaves in Henrico, Chesterfield, Giles counties of Va. and much later in Franklin County, Virginia.

THE REST OF THE STORY

From this point forward?both sides pretty much agree that the following is accurate and true to their best recollection and records.

John Perdieu fathered 3 children with Sarah Burke, they were William Uriah Sr, George and John Jr.

William Uriah Perdue, Sr married Mary Hatchet and fathered William Uriah, Jr, four unknown daughters,  Ezekiel, James, and Francis.

William Uriah Jr. married  Edith Powell and fathered at least 13 children who are listed in the Perdew Tree  a little later. He settled in the far west part of Henrico County near Skinquarteron land adjacent to his father. He and a group of settlers then migrated through Wood Gap into Floyd County and on down the Little and New Rivers, settling on Wolf Creek about 1750. He owned the mill on Mill Creek in what is now the Narrows about 1755-1760.
During the Indian uprising of 1774, many settlers went to the Black River settlement in Franklin County, Va., but William Jr. stayed and served in the Montgomery County Militia during the Revolutionary War under the command of Captain John Taylor. Evidence exists that after 1785, William left Wolf Creek after a run-in with George Pearis and built a mill on the Mill branch of Bluestone Creek.
Among his 13 children was the first?Meshack born about 1750.
Meshack  , was to become a very wealthy man and fathered at least 12 children?.one wife is unknown..the one we know of is Eleanor Nellie Dillon born about 1760. Meshack served with his father, William, during the Indian uprising of 1774. His huge family farm was located south of the Blackwater River in Franklin County, Va.  Meshack was the owner of approximately 40 slaves, a lumber mill, a gristmill, and two liquor stills .There is much more about this colorful Perdue man in the bios in the big Canter History book.

After this there is not much history available. Most of the Perdues remained in Franklin County for a long time. Quite a number of the offspring did move southward into most of the deeper southern states.
Just a few decided to move north into what is now W.Va. Meshack?s son Zachariah started the move into southern W.Va and then Thomas, son of Zachariah move on into Boone County, where these families flourished as farmers and eventually miners, Isaac Sr, was one of Thomas?s children and he fathered Isaac Jr.

 Isaac Jr first married  Arminta Green and they had three children?..Lola 1895,  Letha 1897 ( Gram Canter)  and Elbert 1898. It appears as though Arminta passed away shortly after Elbert?s birth and Isaac Jr  re-married to Margaret Jane Estep and they had one child, Eliza.

This family stayed in Boone county until sometime after 1910.

In 1920 the family shows up in Kanawha County, Dunbar, W.Va?.minus Lola and Letha. We know that Letha married at 17 to Lester Canter somewhere near Cabin Creek which is in Kanawha County and it is believed that Lola married Evermont Ferrell. Eliza married an A. Garrett in Dunbar in Kanawha County. We understand that Letha was very close to Eliza and eventually Eliza moved to Florida. Elbert is shown in 1920  as married and a female, Ora, is living with them as a daughter-in-law and she is only 15. This must be one of the times that Elbert got into a fix. He probably got this young girl pregnant. I remember Gram saying that Elbert once asked her if he could come to stay with her for a while..as he had a few problems( she said NO). It is said that Elbert ALWAYS had a few problems.
The Perdew Tree
Direct descendants are shown in red and the oldest known are listed first.


1.   William Perdieu born  in Closworth, England
Mary Amphlett   
Marriage  12/26/1684
Children :
John Perdieu  born circa 1685 in England
John was transported to America as a very young child by Edmund Jennings as an indentured servant until of age when he would be given land for his service. The exact place is unknown, but I have a census from 1800 showing a John Perdue living in Worcester, Md on the Boquetenort Hundred.

2.   John Perdieu  1685-1773 died in Henrico County, Va.
Sarah Burke  circa 1685
Marriage circa 1704
Children :
William Uriah  1705  in Henrico
Thomas 1707
John 1711

3.   William Uriah Perdue  1705-1788 died in Chesterfield County, Va.
Mary Hatchett
Marriage  circa 1730
Children :
William Uriah II  1730  born in Chesterfield County, Va.
Daughter unknown 1732
Daughter unknown 1734
Daughter unknown 1736
Daughter unknown 1738
Ezekiel 1740
James 1742
Francis 1745
     
     4.    William Uriah Perdue II   1730-1820 died in Montgomery Cty, Va.
             Edith Powell 1730
             Marriage 1751
             Children :
             James 1752 
             Isaiah 1755
             Meshack 1756  in Chesterfield County
             Jemima  1757
             Daniel 1762 Montgomery County, Va.
             Edith  1761
             Jesse 1765
            Zachariah 1769
            Martha ?Patsy? 1768
            Phoebe 1771
William sold his land in Chesterfield County in 1761 and moved to Montgomery County, Va. His son DANIEL served in the REV WAR.
           
    5 .    Meshack Perdue 1756-1838  died in Franklin County, Va.
Eleanor Nellie Dillon 1755
Marriage circa 1770
Children :
Zachariah 1773 in Augusta County , Va.
John Otis  1776 in Franklin County, Va.
Asa  1785
Daniel 1786
Elizabeth 1788
Mark 1788
Eli 1790
Jesse 1790
Isaiah 1793
Obediah ??
Luke 1797
Matthew ??
     Meshack moved the family along with his parents and several brothers to Franklin County where most remained for some time. Later on the migration continued to all points south except for a few who came north. Meshack was a wealthy man owning much property and many slaves. He was the owner of a farm, grist mill, saw mill, and two liquor stills.

6.   Zachariah Perdue  1773-1871  died in Mercer County, W.Va.
Mary Elizabeth Coon  1780
Marriage 10/24/1803 in Franklin County
Children :
Thomas 1803   in Franklin County
Margaret Ann 1809
Cynthia  1810
James 1813
David King 1814
Elizabeth 1815
Eli 1816
Silas 1820

7.   Thomas Perdew  1803-1870 died in Boone County, W.Va.
Margaret Peggy Cole 1804 in Monroe County
Marriage 8/26/1823 in Giles County (probably Montgomery)
Children:
Patterson 1824
Isaac 1827
Elizabeth 1829   
Harriet 1833
George W 1837
Thomas J 1841
Clarinda 1847
Thomas was the first Perdew to move into Boone County and it is there that the name spelling changed from Perdue to Perdew probably due to a doctor or a census taker?s mistake. This is borne out by the censuses.

8.   Isaac A Perdew  1827-190?
Nancy Elizabeth Hill  1835 in Logan County, W.Va.
Marriage circa 1850
Marriage 2  to Johnnie ??
Children : all belong to Nancy
Margaret Jane 1851  born in Boone County
John Thomas 1854
George 1855
Lola M 1858
Lucy 1862
Harvey 1865
Isaac 1868

9.   Isaac Perdew  1868-19??  In Boone County, W.Va.
Arminta Green 1872-1899 
Marriage circa 1892 in Boone County
Marriage 2 to Margaret Jane Estep circa 1900
First three children are Arminta?s
Children ;
Lola 1895
Letha 1897
Elbert 1898
Eliza ( ? sister) 1901
Sometime between 1910 and 1914 Isaac moved the family to Dunbar, Kanawha County, W.Va. Letha married Lester Canter in Cabin Creek in 1914 and Eliza married an A. Garrett in Dunbar. Lola married Evermont Farrell. Elbert is shown as married in 1920 to Ora, a 15 year old girl and still living with Isaac and Margaret Jane.

The rest is in the Canter History section.

Enjoy,
Cousin Mike Canter
 
         






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Glenn Perdue
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« Reply #2 on: June 13, 2005, 03:04:45 PM »

Arnold Perdue 1814 SC
Arnold Pereue 1837 SC
Elias(Elisha) Perdue 1872 SC
Elisha Perdue 1912 SC
Glenn Perdue 1934 SC (glennperdue@bellsouth.net)
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« Reply #3 on: June 23, 2005, 05:29:02 PM »

Hi, Glenn.  Your pedigree is posted on the Patrarch page.  Hope you'll join the DNA project if you haven't already.
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« Reply #4 on: June 28, 2005, 10:22:51 AM »

PLEASANT PARDUE b c1793 NC m SALLY TUCKER May 29, 1811 in Warren County, NC
 JAMES PERDUE born 1815 in Rowan County, NC married BERDIE OR BIDDIE BREWER
  HENRY HARRISON PERDUE b Apr 16,1843 Davidson Cty, NC m ELIZABETH PLUMMER
   HENRY CICERO PERDUE, b Feb 18, 1863  Davidson County, NC m. LAURA YOUNTS
    ERNEST GRADY PERDUE b May 3, 1892 Davidson County, NC m CARRIE BELLE BLACK
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« Reply #5 on: June 28, 2005, 02:09:53 PM »

Houston Thomas Perdue b 17 Jul 1906, Montgomery Co, VA m Margie Perdue
 Raymond Thomas Perdue b 28 May 1934, Montgomery Co, VA m Shelbia Jean Sparks
  Daniel Joseph Allison b 2 Oct 1960, Blacksburg, VA m Linda Jean Hughes
   Joseph Nelson Allison b 9 Jun 1981, Seattle, WA (Falconjna@yahoo.com)
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« Reply #6 on: July 01, 2005, 08:34:11 PM »

Hi, Joe.  I posted the first generation in your pedigree since the others are too recent to post on the Patriarch page.  Hope you'll join the DNA project if you haven't already.
Marilyn
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« Reply #7 on: July 10, 2005, 03:47:43 PM »

Isaac Perdue b. 1787 MD; d. Jan. 29, 1859 m. Luraine Howard 1814 in GA
Alfred Walton Perdue b. Sept. 15, 1820 Jones Co. GA, d. Nov. 2, 1863 in Savannah, m. Mary Ann Mabry Oct. 18, 1843
Daniel Walton Mabry Perdue b. June 30, 1844 Monroe Co., GA, d. Apr. 18, 1911 Spalding Co., GA, m. Martha Ann Addy
Willie Leon Perdue b. Aug. 27, 1869 Coweta Co., GA, d. Feb. 20, 1960 in Atlanta, m. Nancy Josephine Miles Oct. 9, 1898
Charles Leon Perdue b. June 6, 1901 in Griffin, GA, d. May 9, 1979 in Decatur, GA, m. Eva Mae Samples Oct. 10, 1926
Charles Leon Perdue Jr., b. Dec. 1, 1930 in DeKalb Co., GA, m. Nancy Jean Martin Feb. 28, 1954 in Santa Rosa, CA
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« Reply #8 on: July 11, 2005, 07:40:16 PM »

Hi, Charles.  Your pedigree is posted on the Patriarch page.  Hope you'll join the DNA project if you haven't already.
Marilyn
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« Reply #9 on: August 17, 2005, 04:16:17 PM »

Personal Pedigree -- Participant P-6 (neal3 AT hotmail.com)

William Will Perdue (57), b 1705, d 1788 at Chesterfield Co, VA
Francis Perdue (52), b 1745 at Chesterfield Co, VA, d 1830 at Campbell Co, VA
Isham Perdue (48), b 1779 at Chesterfield Co, VA
Jesse Perdue (42), b 1806 at Campbell Co., VA, d 1870 at Franklin Co., VA
David Burton Perdue (20), b 1829 at Bedford Co, VA
Samuel H Perdue (13), b 1848 at Bedford Co., VA
James T Perdue (6), b 1871 at Montgomery County, VA
Huston Thomas Perdue (4), b 17 Jul 1906 at Montgomery County, VA, d 1970
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« Reply #10 on: August 24, 2005, 08:33:54 PM »

Hi, Whit.  Your pedigree is posted.  Thanks.
Marilyn
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« Reply #11 on: November 28, 2005, 08:41:41 PM »

John Carl Wingfield: Born in Mt Savage Md* Married; Rita Elizabeth Rizer* 6-26-1927
 Date of Birth  3/30/1904--- Date of Death; 6/6/1965
 Father; William K Wingfield married 1895
 Mother; Sarah ( Sally ) Elizabeth Bennett
 Grandfather; John Wingfield
 Grandmother; Sarah Mazie Perdue ( Purdue)

( Wife) of John Carl Wingfield
Rita Elizabeth *Rizer *(mother *McVicker)* B.Apr. 21, 1909 / D. Jul. 14,1995
>>     Married; John Carl *Wingfield* 6-26-1927
>>     Apr. 21, 1909/ Death Jul. 14,1995
>> Fathers name; Aden *Rizer*
>> Mother; Mary *McVicker *
>>     children ;
>>     Floyd Randolph b.1/1/1911 West Virginia
>>             d.9/26/1994 Santa Clara Ca.
                 married Mary Wingfield ( sister of John C Wingfield)
         Rita Elizabeth ( *my Grandmother*)
>>     Thelma ( deceased as child)
>>     Elsworth ( deceased as child)
Grandfather; Solomon Rizer
Grandmother; Gertrude *Weinhold* ( Penn., W.Virginia or Md.)
>>     children;
>>     Aden
>>     Frank
>>     John
>>     Conrad
>>     Annie
Great Grandfather; Martin Rizer
>>     married; Elizabeth
Children;
>>     Levi
>>     George
>>     Simeon
>>     Solomon
>>     Elizabeth
>>     Catharine
_Children of John Carl and Rita_
Theodore ( 7 children)
William  ( 4 children)
Robert ( 2 children)
Roger ( 1 child)
Winston ( 4 children)
Joyce ( 2 children / my mother))
Sharon ( 4 children )
Sarah ( 4 children)
MaryPat ( deceased as child)

1870 census _in Allegheny Co Md
>  Solomon Rizer age 27 b. c. 1843 brakesman
>  Gertrude " " 23 keeps house
>  John age 4
>  Conrad age 2
>  Annie age 1
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>  _1910 census_ Mt Savage Md
>  Solomon Rizer age 67 m 46 yrs b. Md.
>  Gertrude wife " 63 " " " b. Germany immigrated 1868
>  Frank S. Rizer son 22
>  Aden J. Rizer " 15
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>  _1920 census_ Mt Savage Md
>  Solomon Rizer age 77 widower
>  Frank Rizer son age 34
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>  they lived next door to:
>  William K. Wingfield age 45 b. Md.
>  Sarah " wife " 42
>  Mary " dau " 14
>  Carl " son " 15 ( My Grandfather)
>  Wilma " dau " 6
>  Amy dau (not listed on census, she must have
>  not been born yet.)
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>  also on street:
>  Aden J. Rizer age 26
>  May or Mary wife 24 Mary May McVicker
>  Thelma dau age 5
>  Elsworth son " 3
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« Reply #12 on: December 12, 2005, 05:17:40 PM »

Hi, Yvonne.  Thanks for your pedigree.  If you will post it in the simplified form we use for the Patriarch page, I will be happy to post it there.  Good luck with your research.
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« Reply #13 on: January 24, 2006, 03:35:22 PM »

Hello, My name is Veronica Perdue. I was reseraching my name and found your story on this website and was very interested. I don't know much about my family history, I only know of my grandparent being the only Perdue's. I don't know my great grandparents they died when I was little. Anyways my grandfather's name is Albert Perdue in Chicago,Ill. I don't know his exact age but he's in his 70's maybe 60's? He has 3 sons and 1 daughter all having children of their own. I don't know anything else about him, he really doesn't like talking about the past. I really would like to know about my family history.
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« Reply #14 on: April 07, 2006, 04:54:08 PM »

Isaac Perdue b. 1787 MD; d. Jan. 29, 1859 m. Luraine Howard 1814 in GA
Alfred Walton Perdue b. Sept. 15, 1820 Jones Co. GA, d. Nov. 2, 1863 in Savannah, m. Mary Ann Mabry Oct. 18, 1843
Daniel Walton Mabry Perdue b. June 30, 1844 Monroe Co., GA, d. Apr. 18, 1911 Spalding Co., GA, m. Martha Ann Addy
Willie Leon Perdue b. Aug. 27, 1869 Coweta Co., GA, d. Feb. 20, 1960 in Atlanta, m. Nancy Josephine Miles Oct. 9, 1898
Charles Leon Perdue b. June 6, 1901 in Griffin, GA, d. May 9, 1979 in Decatur, GA, m. Eva Mae Samples Oct. 10, 1926
Charles Leon Perdue Jr., b. Dec. 1, 1930 in DeKalb Co., GA, m. Nancy Jean Martin Feb. 28, 1954 in Santa Rosa, CA
Isaac Perdue b. 1787 MD; d. Jan. 29, 1859 m. Luraine Howard 1814 in GA
Alfred Walton Perdue b. Sept. 15, 1820 Jones Co. GA, d. Nov. 2, 1863 in Savannah, m. Mary Ann Mabry Oct. 18, 1843
Daniel Walton Mabry Perdue b. June 30, 1844 Monroe Co., GA, d. Apr. 18, 1911 Spalding Co., GA, m. Martha Ann Addy
Willie Leon Perdue b. Aug. 27, 1869 Coweta Co., GA, d. Feb. 20, 1960 in Atlanta, m. Nancy Josephine Miles Oct. 9, 1898
Charles Leon Perdue b. June 6, 1901 in Griffin, GA, d. May 9, 1979 in Decatur, GA, m. Eva Mae Samples Oct. 10, 1926
Charles Leon Perdue Jr., b. Dec. 1, 1930 in DeKalb Co., GA, m. Nancy Jean Martin Feb. 28, 1954 in Santa Rosa, CA

Isaac Perdue is the brother of James Perdue. James Perdue married the widow of Joseph Howard (Polly) and brother Isaac married Polly's daughter Luraine Howard. The War of 1812 pension papers filed for James' pension by his fourth wife Rebecca indicate that James was born in Maryland and raised in North Carolina. He and Isaac went to Georgia about 1800. It is known that a James Perdue and wife Sarah (born 1762 in Maryland) went to Guilford County, North Carolina and it is my speculation that this James and Sarah were parents of James and Isaac--no proof at this point. Further informed guess would indicate that this older James was one of the three James Perdues on the Maryland 1783 tax rolls for Worcester County. If this turns out to be correct then we still have to figure out just which Perdue was James' father.
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« Reply #15 on: July 25, 2006, 02:24:38 PM »

James Perdue  b 27Apr1783 Md  d 13 Dec 1862 Ga  M Elizabeth Horsley Ga(2nd  of 4 wives)

Elijah Perdue  b 26Mar1841 Ga  d 11Jan1913 Cass Co Tx  M Mary Willis Ga

James M Perdue b 13Oct1869 Ga  d 24Jun1897 Cass Co Tx  M Mary E Turner Tx

Clifford F Perdue  b 29Mar1896  Cass Co Tx  d 6May1974 Harrison Co Tx  M Bess Blakey Tx

William A Perdue  b 24Oct1935  Cass Co Tx(living)  M Neva Keese (3rd wife) NV
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« Reply #16 on: July 25, 2006, 06:49:44 PM »

William,

Your pedigree has been posted to the project page at http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/p/perdue/pats.html
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« Reply #17 on: October 05, 2006, 10:32:13 AM »

Leander D Perdue b circa 1815 North Carolina married Sarah -maiden unknown
son- William Daniel Perdue b May 1856 in Surry. NC d Sept 16, 1934 Bluefield, Mercer, West Virginia
 ? ? ? ? ? ? Married:Minnie Louisa Perdue June 24, 1894 Tazewell, Virginia ? her info below
COUSINS???

James C Perdue B May 1857 North Carolina d 1914 Virginia ?married - in 1869
 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?Malissa J Copley (Lizzie) b 1847 North Carolina d bef 1920 Viriginia ? Lizzie was married once before to unknown
Children: ?Minnie (Minda) Louisa Perdue b July 8 1876 Wilkes, North Carolina ?d Aug 6, 1949 Bluefield, Mercer, West Virginia
 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?William H Perdue Jan 1881 Tazewell Virginia
 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?Carrie S Perdue b Oct 15, 1884 Tazewell, Virginia d 1869 Bluefield, Mercer, West Virginia ?Married - June 10, 1901
 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? George Dale Martin b April 16, 1876 Marion, Virginia ?d. Feb 14, 1944 Bluefield, Mercer, West Virginia
 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?Children: George E, Bessie, Elizabeth, Raliegh, John, and Troyier
 ? ? ? ? ? ? ?Lola A Perdue b Aug 1888 Tazewell, Vriginia

William and Minnie's children:
 ? ? ?Victoria Brenda Perdue b May 3, 1895 Tazewell, Va d June 5, 1981 Coral Springs, Broward County FL m Joseph W Neal
 ? ? ? Emma L Perdue b April 1897 Tazewell, VA
 ? ? ? Kimbal (Kimbo) Perdue b Oct 5, 1899 Tazewell, VA ?d Dec 1981 Bluefield, WV ?m. Ruth Lillie Childress
 ? ? ? Nelson Jerry Perdue b 1907 Tazewell, VA ?m Lucille Alice Wampler
 ? ? ? Robert Guy Perdue b Dec 25 1910 Tazewell, VA ?d July 12, 1948 Bluefield, WV ?m ?Reba Hall
 ? ? ? Nela H Perdue b 1913 Bluefield, Mercer, WV
 ? ? ? Kelly H Perdue Bluefield, Mercer, WV ?m Estel Jackson

Victoria Brenda Perdue was my Great-grandmother. ?I cannot track her parents before her birth. ?Any and all help is appreciated.

Thank you!!
Cheri ? kidzkorner@cox.net
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« Reply #18 on: December 29, 2006, 12:47:32 AM »

John Perdue, born circa 1786, North Carolina

James Perdue, Sr, born circa 1805, Guilford Co, North Carolina, married Mary Price Feb 1, 1827

James Perdue, Jr, born Feb 28, 1834, Delaware Co, Indiana, married Mary Wall Sept 2, 1855

Francis Marion Perdue, born Dec 10, 1858, Delaware Co, Indiana, married Rhetta Pouless

Carl Polk Perdue, born May 25, 1892 in Wells Co, Indiana, married Leila Beavans

Raymond Perdue, born Dec 15, 1914 in Wells Co, Indiana, married Ruth Pfeiffer

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« Reply #19 on: January 02, 2007, 02:57:11 PM »

Hi, Terri.  Your pedigree has been posted to the patriarch page:  http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/p/perdue/pats.html

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« Reply #20 on: January 22, 2007, 08:03:42 PM »

John Pardue ca 1711-1769
Lilleston Pardue ca 1750-1807
Fields Pardue ca 1796 - 1836
John Pardue 1828 - 1872
John Fields Pardue 1871 - 1965
Stephen Baker Pardue 1921 - 1991
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« Reply #21 on: January 23, 2007, 11:45:35 AM »

Hi, Carol.  Your pedigree has been posted:  http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/p/perdue/pats.html

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« Reply #22 on: February 12, 2007, 01:30:22 AM »

Meshack Perdue b 1756 VA m Eleanor Dillon
Daniel Perdue b 1787 Franklin Co, VA, d 1857 Sumner Co. TN, m Prudence Ward
Daniel Green Perdue b 1814,Franklin Co. VA, d 1883, Sumner,TN m Matilda J. Mattox
Marion Blair Perdue b 1846, Sumner, TN, d 1904, Sumner, TN, m Zoeintha E. Durham

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« Reply #23 on: February 15, 2007, 12:34:38 PM »

Hi, TGlover.  Your pedigree is posted:  http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/p/perdue/pats.html

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« Reply #24 on: March 20, 2007, 09:52:04 PM »


William Perdue b 1814 Franklin Co., VA m Tena
Zachary Taylor Perdue b 1848, Franklin Co., VA m Gilley Bennett

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