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Sarah (Ladson) Smith?s grandfather, John Ladson, b. ca. 1665 in Brigstock, Northamptonshire, England, was a Quaker merchant who immigrated to Barbados. There in 1678 he appointed his brother Francis Ladson of Carolina, his attorney, and on 13 Aug 1679 was granted a ticket from Barbados to Carolina on the Barque Plantacion (Plantation). He received land warrants: 1679 for 400 acres; 1681 for 500 acres south of the Ashley River (between th ...

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Sarah (Ladson) Smith?s grandfather, John Ladson, b. ca. 1665 in Brigstock, Northamptonshire, England, was a Quaker merchant who immigrated to Barbados. There in 1678 he appointed his brother Francis Ladson of Carolina, his attorney, and on 13 Aug 1679 was granted a ticket from Barbados to Carolina on the Barque Plantacion (Plantation). He received land warrants: 1679 for 400 acres; 1681 for 500 acres south of the Ashley River (between the Ashley and Cooper Rivers); 1692 for 100 acres; 1695 for 300 acres; and Town Lots 70 and 90 in Charles Towne. He was a member of the Assembly from Berkeley Co., 1692-94, a member of the Second Assembly, 1695; and elected to the Third Assembly 1696-97 for Berkeley and Craven Counties. He was Commissioner of the Poor, 1695. He was active in the Quaker Community in Charleston and was trustee of Quaker Church funds in 1697. In 1682 he married Mary Stanyarne (1667-1707), daughter of another Quaker Merchant, Thomas Stanyarne. Mary (Stanyarne) Ladson was born in England or Barbados and died 8 Dec 1707 either at John?s Island, SC or St. Helena Island, Beaufort, SC. John Ladson died on John?s Island in 1 Oct 1698. Both are said to be buried at St. Helena Isand, SC. Their children were:

1. John Ladson, b. 1684; married Mary Donovan (alternatively Margaret)
2. William Ladson, b. 1687, South Carolina; d. Dec 1739, St. Andrews Parish, SC; married Martha Eames, daughter of Thomas Eames, d. ca. 1750. 3. Thomas Ladson, b. 1690, South Carolina; d. 1731; married Sarah Raven
4. Phoebe Waite Ladson; b. 27 Jun 1691, St. Helena Island, Beaufort District, SC; d. 12 Jan 1764; married ca. 1709 (1) Caleb Toomer, b. ca. 1683; d. before 1710; one child; married 1715 (2) John Chaplin; b. ca. 1683; d. 1752.
5. Samuel Ladson; b. 1693, SC; d. 19 Feb 1739 or 1752; married Elizabeth Toomer.
(ANCESTORS AND KIN, Robert Walden Coggeshall 1988, p. 361)

An 1820 Ladson family Bible states that John and Francis Ladson, brothers, came from Northamptonshire, England. He married Mary Stanyarne, dau. of Thomas Stanyarne and his wife Mary. Mary was listed as administratrix of the estate of John Ladson in 1698. Mary (Stanyarne) Ladson died in 1707 at the age of 40.(The Bell's and Allied Families , Bell, 1953, pp. 58 and 59)

Mary Stanyarne Ladson was the daughter of Thomas Stanyarne and Mary Baynes Waight who were married around 1656. Thomas Stanyarne was born around 1630 in Brigstock, Northamptonshire, England and died 17 Feb 1683 in Charles Town (Charleston), SC. Thomas was the son of James Stanyarne. Mary Baynes Waight was also born in Brigstock, England around 1636 and died in SC around 1683. She was the daughter of Abraham Waight and Phoebe Baynes. The children of Thomas Stanyarne and Mary Baynes Waight were:

1. James Stanyarne, b.1658, Brigstock, Northamptonshire, England; d. 21 Oct. 1703, St. Paul's Parish, South Carolina; married Rachel Fitch
2. John Stanyarne, b. 1662, England; d. 1714, St. Paul's Parish, SC; married Mary Moore
3. William Stanyarne, b. 1664; d. 1718
4. Mary Stanyarne, b. 1667, England Or Barbados; d. 8 Dec 1707, John's Island, SC; married John Ladson
5. Thomas Stanyarne, b. ca. 1673; d. bef. 1705

Death

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Sarah (Ladson) Smith?s grandfather, John Ladson, b. ca. 1665 in Brigstock, Northamptonshire, England, was a Quaker merchant who immigrated to Barbados. There in 1678 he appointed his brother Francis Ladson of Carolina, his attorney, and on 13 Aug 1679 was granted a ticket from Barbados to Carolina on the Barque Plantacion (Plantation). He received land warrants: 1679 for 400 acres; 1681 for 500 acres south of the Ashley River (between th ...

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Sarah (Ladson) Smith?s grandfather, John Ladson, b. ca. 1665 in Brigstock, Northamptonshire, England, was a Quaker merchant who immigrated to Barbados. There in 1678 he appointed his brother Francis Ladson of Carolina, his attorney, and on 13 Aug 1679 was granted a ticket from Barbados to Carolina on the Barque Plantacion (Plantation). He received land warrants: 1679 for 400 acres; 1681 for 500 acres south of the Ashley River (between the Ashley and Cooper Rivers); 1692 for 100 acres; 1695 for 300 acres; and Town Lots 70 and 90 in Charles Towne. He was a member of the Assembly from Berkeley Co., 1692-94, a member of the Second Assembly, 1695; and elected to the Third Assembly 1696-97 for Berkeley and Craven Counties. He was Commissioner of the Poor, 1695. He was active in the Quaker Community in Charleston and was trustee of Quaker Church funds in 1697. In 1682 he married Mary Stanyarne (1667-1707), daughter of another Quaker Merchant, Thomas Stanyarne. Mary (Stanyarne) Ladson was born in England or Barbados and died 8 Dec 1707 either at John?s Island, SC or St. Helena Island, Beaufort, SC. John Ladson died on John?s Island in 1 Oct 1698. Both are said to be buried at St. Helena Isand, SC. Their children were:

1. John Ladson, b. 1684; married Mary Donovan (alternatively Margaret)
2. William Ladson, b. 1687, South Carolina; d. Dec 1739, St. Andrews Parish, SC; married Martha Eames, daughter of Thomas Eames, d. ca. 1750. 3. Thomas Ladson, b. 1690, South Carolina; d. 1731; married Sarah Raven
4. Phoebe Waite Ladson; b. 27 Jun 1691, St. Helena Island, Beaufort District, SC; d. 12 Jan 1764; married ca. 1709 (1) Caleb Toomer, b. ca. 1683; d. before 1710; one child; married 1715 (2) John Chaplin; b. ca. 1683; d. 1752.
5. Samuel Ladson; b. 1693, SC; d. 19 Feb 1739 or 1752; married Elizabeth Toomer.
(ANCESTORS AND KIN, Robert Walden Coggeshall 1988, p. 361)

An 1820 Ladson family Bible states that John and Francis Ladson, brothers, came from Northamptonshire, England. He married Mary Stanyarne, dau. of Thomas Stanyarne and his wife Mary. Mary was listed as administratrix of the estate of John Ladson in 1698. Mary (Stanyarne) Ladson died in 1707 at the age of 40.(The Bell's and Allied Families , Bell, 1953, pp. 58 and 59)

Mary Stanyarne Ladson was the daughter of Thomas Stanyarne and Mary Baynes Waight who were married around 1656. Thomas Stanyarne was born around 1630 in Brigstock, Northamptonshire, England and died 17 Feb 1683 in Charles Town (Charleston), SC. Thomas was the son of James Stanyarne. Mary Baynes Waight was also born in Brigstock, England around 1636 and died in SC around 1683. She was the daughter of Abraham Waight and Phoebe Baynes. The children of Thomas Stanyarne and Mary Baynes Waight were:

1. James Stanyarne, b.1658, Brigstock, Northamptonshire, England; d. 21 Oct. 1703, St. Paul's Parish, South Carolina; married Rachel Fitch
2. John Stanyarne, b. 1662, England; d. 1714, St. Paul's Parish, SC; married Mary Moore
3. William Stanyarne, b. 1664; d. 1718
4. Mary Stanyarne, b. 1667, England Or Barbados; d. 8 Dec 1707, John's Island, SC; married John Ladson
5. Thomas Stanyarne, b. ca. 1673; d. bef. 1705

Occupation

A Saga of the South
Author: Edward P. Lawton
Published: N.p.: n.p., 1965.
p. 58.

Residence

A Saga of the South
Author: Edward P. Lawton
Published: N.p.: n.p., 1965.
p. 58.

Immigration

Persons of Quality; Emigrants; Religious Exiles; Political Rebels; Serving Men Sold for a Term of Years; Apprentices; - Children Stolen; Maidens Pressed; And Others Who Went from Great Britain to the American Plantations: 1600-1700
Author: John Camden Hotten, editor
Published: 1874; reprint, New York: Empire State Book Co., n.d.
pp. 347, 385.
(p. 347)
[BARBADOS.-TICKETS]
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A LIST of what TICQTTS have been granted out of the Secrtys Office of the Island aforesaid for the departure off this Island of the several psones hereafter menconed begining in January 1678 & ending in December following. (Vizt.) ---


(p. 385)
TICKETS GRANTED 385
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August the 28th 1679
LADSON JOHN in the Barq, Plantacon for Carolina ASER SHARPE Commander

Land

Ancestral records and portraits: a compilation from the archives
Author: Colonial Dames of America, editor
Published: N.p.: n.p., 1910.
John Ladson came to Carolina from the Barbadoes 1679, in company with Sir John Yeamans. He was a Member of the Assembly 1683, and concerned in thte affairs of the colony from 1691 to 1697. He received a grant of land from the lords pr ...
I: 377-378.

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Ancestral records and portraits: a compilation from the archives
Author: Colonial Dames of America, editor
Published: N.p.: n.p., 1910.
John Ladson came to Carolina from the Barbadoes 1679, in company with Sir John Yeamans. He was a Member of the Assembly 1683, and concerned in thte affairs of the colony from 1691 to 1697. He received a grant of land from the lords proprietors, September 14, 1682. His wife was Mary, the daughter of Colonel James Stanyarne, a member of the Carolina Assembly of 1692, and the Governor's Council of 1693. [18]

Their daughter, Phoebe Ladson, (1691-1764), married John Chaplin, who had a grant on the Stono River, S.C., 1682. [19]

[18] Journal of Grand Council

Occupation

Ancestral records and portraits: a compilation from the archives
Author: Colonial Dames of America, editor
Published: N.p.: n.p., 1910.
John Ladson came to Carolina from the Barbadoes 1679, in company with Sir John Yeamans. He was a Member of the Assembly 1683, and concerned in thte affairs of the colony from 1691 to 1697. He received a grant of land from the lords pr ...
I: 377-378.

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Ancestral records and portraits: a compilation from the archives
Author: Colonial Dames of America, editor
Published: N.p.: n.p., 1910.
John Ladson came to Carolina from the Barbadoes 1679, in company with Sir John Yeamans. He was a Member of the Assembly 1683, and concerned in thte affairs of the colony from 1691 to 1697. He received a grant of land from the lords proprietors, September 14, 1682. His wife was Mary, the daughter of Colonel James Stanyarne, a member of the Carolina Assembly of 1692, and the Governor's Council of 1693. [18]

Their daughter, Phoebe Ladson, (1691-1764), married John Chaplin, who had a grant on the Stono River, S.C., 1682. [19]

[18] Journal of Grand Council

Occupation

A Saga of the South
Author: Edward P. Lawton
Published: N.p.: n.p., 1965.
p.59.

Religion

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Sarah (Ladson) Smith?s grandfather, John Ladson, b. ca. 1665 in Brigstock, Northamptonshire, England, was a Quaker merchant who immigrated to Barbados. There in 1678 he appointed his brother Francis Ladson of Carolina, his attorney, and on 13 Aug 1679 was granted a ticket from Barbados to Carolina on the Barque Plantacion (Plantation). He received land warrants: 1679 for 400 acres; 1681 for 500 acres south of the Ashley River (between th ...

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Sarah (Ladson) Smith?s grandfather, John Ladson, b. ca. 1665 in Brigstock, Northamptonshire, England, was a Quaker merchant who immigrated to Barbados. There in 1678 he appointed his brother Francis Ladson of Carolina, his attorney, and on 13 Aug 1679 was granted a ticket from Barbados to Carolina on the Barque Plantacion (Plantation). He received land warrants: 1679 for 400 acres; 1681 for 500 acres south of the Ashley River (between the Ashley and Cooper Rivers); 1692 for 100 acres; 1695 for 300 acres; and Town Lots 70 and 90 in Charles Towne. He was a member of the Assembly from Berkeley Co., 1692-94, a member of the Second Assembly, 1695; and elected to the Third Assembly 1696-97 for Berkeley and Craven Counties. He was Commissioner of the Poor, 1695. He was active in the Quaker Community in Charleston and was trustee of Quaker Church funds in 1697. In 1682 he married Mary Stanyarne (1667-1707), daughter of another Quaker Merchant, Thomas Stanyarne. Mary (Stanyarne) Ladson was born in England or Barbados and died 8 Dec 1707 either at John?s Island, SC or St. Helena Island, Beaufort, SC. John Ladson died on John?s Island in 1 Oct 1698. Both are said to be buried at St. Helena Isand, SC. Their children were:

1. John Ladson, b. 1684; married Mary Donovan (alternatively Margaret)
2. William Ladson, b. 1687, South Carolina; d. Dec 1739, St. Andrews Parish, SC; married Martha Eames, daughter of Thomas Eames, d. ca. 1750. 3. Thomas Ladson, b. 1690, South Carolina; d. 1731; married Sarah Raven
4. Phoebe Waite Ladson; b. 27 Jun 1691, St. Helena Island, Beaufort District, SC; d. 12 Jan 1764; married ca. 1709 (1) Caleb Toomer, b. ca. 1683; d. before 1710; one child; married 1715 (2) John Chaplin; b. ca. 1683; d. 1752.
5. Samuel Ladson; b. 1693, SC; d. 19 Feb 1739 or 1752; married Elizabeth Toomer.
(ANCESTORS AND KIN, Robert Walden Coggeshall 1988, p. 361)

An 1820 Ladson family Bible states that John and Francis Ladson, brothers, came from Northamptonshire, England. He married Mary Stanyarne, dau. of Thomas Stanyarne and his wife Mary. Mary was listed as administratrix of the estate of John Ladson in 1698. Mary (Stanyarne) Ladson died in 1707 at the age of 40.(The Bell's and Allied Families , Bell, 1953, pp. 58 and 59)

Mary Stanyarne Ladson was the daughter of Thomas Stanyarne and Mary Baynes Waight who were married around 1656. Thomas Stanyarne was born around 1630 in Brigstock, Northamptonshire, England and died 17 Feb 1683 in Charles Town (Charleston), SC. Thomas was the son of James Stanyarne. Mary Baynes Waight was also born in Brigstock, England around 1636 and died in SC around 1683. She was the daughter of Abraham Waight and Phoebe Baynes. The children of Thomas Stanyarne and Mary Baynes Waight were:

1. James Stanyarne, b.1658, Brigstock, Northamptonshire, England; d. 21 Oct. 1703, St. Paul's Parish, South Carolina; married Rachel Fitch
2. John Stanyarne, b. 1662, England; d. 1714, St. Paul's Parish, SC; married Mary Moore
3. William Stanyarne, b. 1664; d. 1718
4. Mary Stanyarne, b. 1667, England Or Barbados; d. 8 Dec 1707, John's Island, SC; married John Ladson
5. Thomas Stanyarne, b. ca. 1673; d. bef. 1705

Occupation

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Sarah (Ladson) Smith?s grandfather, John Ladson, b. ca. 1665 in Brigstock, Northamptonshire, England, was a Quaker merchant who immigrated to Barbados. There in 1678 he appointed his brother Francis Ladson of Carolina, his attorney, and on 13 Aug 1679 was granted a ticket from Barbados to Carolina on the Barque Plantacion (Plantation). He received land warrants: 1679 for 400 acres; 1681 for 500 acres south of the Ashley River (between th ...

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Sarah (Ladson) Smith?s grandfather, John Ladson, b. ca. 1665 in Brigstock, Northamptonshire, England, was a Quaker merchant who immigrated to Barbados. There in 1678 he appointed his brother Francis Ladson of Carolina, his attorney, and on 13 Aug 1679 was granted a ticket from Barbados to Carolina on the Barque Plantacion (Plantation). He received land warrants: 1679 for 400 acres; 1681 for 500 acres south of the Ashley River (between the Ashley and Cooper Rivers); 1692 for 100 acres; 1695 for 300 acres; and Town Lots 70 and 90 in Charles Towne. He was a member of the Assembly from Berkeley Co., 1692-94, a member of the Second Assembly, 1695; and elected to the Third Assembly 1696-97 for Berkeley and Craven Counties. He was Commissioner of the Poor, 1695. He was active in the Quaker Community in Charleston and was trustee of Quaker Church funds in 1697. In 1682 he married Mary Stanyarne (1667-1707), daughter of another Quaker Merchant, Thomas Stanyarne. Mary (Stanyarne) Ladson was born in England or Barbados and died 8 Dec 1707 either at John?s Island, SC or St. Helena Island, Beaufort, SC. John Ladson died on John?s Island in 1 Oct 1698. Both are said to be buried at St. Helena Isand, SC. Their children were:

1. John Ladson, b. 1684; married Mary Donovan (alternatively Margaret)
2. William Ladson, b. 1687, South Carolina; d. Dec 1739, St. Andrews Parish, SC; married Martha Eames, daughter of Thomas Eames, d. ca. 1750. 3. Thomas Ladson, b. 1690, South Carolina; d. 1731; married Sarah Raven
4. Phoebe Waite Ladson; b. 27 Jun 1691, St. Helena Island, Beaufort District, SC; d. 12 Jan 1764; married ca. 1709 (1) Caleb Toomer, b. ca. 1683; d. before 1710; one child; married 1715 (2) John Chaplin; b. ca. 1683; d. 1752.
5. Samuel Ladson; b. 1693, SC; d. 19 Feb 1739 or 1752; married Elizabeth Toomer.
(ANCESTORS AND KIN, Robert Walden Coggeshall 1988, p. 361)

An 1820 Ladson family Bible states that John and Francis Ladson, brothers, came from Northamptonshire, England. He married Mary Stanyarne, dau. of Thomas Stanyarne and his wife Mary. Mary was listed as administratrix of the estate of John Ladson in 1698. Mary (Stanyarne) Ladson died in 1707 at the age of 40.(The Bell's and Allied Families , Bell, 1953, pp. 58 and 59)

Mary Stanyarne Ladson was the daughter of Thomas Stanyarne and Mary Baynes Waight who were married around 1656. Thomas Stanyarne was born around 1630 in Brigstock, Northamptonshire, England and died 17 Feb 1683 in Charles Town (Charleston), SC. Thomas was the son of James Stanyarne. Mary Baynes Waight was also born in Brigstock, England around 1636 and died in SC around 1683. She was the daughter of Abraham Waight and Phoebe Baynes. The children of Thomas Stanyarne and Mary Baynes Waight were:

1. James Stanyarne, b.1658, Brigstock, Northamptonshire, England; d. 21 Oct. 1703, St. Paul's Parish, South Carolina; married Rachel Fitch
2. John Stanyarne, b. 1662, England; d. 1714, St. Paul's Parish, SC; married Mary Moore
3. William Stanyarne, b. 1664; d. 1718
4. Mary Stanyarne, b. 1667, England Or Barbados; d. 8 Dec 1707, John's Island, SC; married John Ladson
5. Thomas Stanyarne, b. ca. 1673; d. bef. 1705

Occupation

A Saga of the South
Author: Edward P. Lawton
Published: N.p.: n.p., 1965.
p. 59.

Occupation

The Dawn of Religious Freedom in South Carolina
Author: James Lowell Underwood and W. Lewis Burke, editors
Published: Columbia, South Carolina: University of South Carolina Press, 2006.
p. 169.
South Carolina became the place of exile for many Barbadian Quakers. in fact, some of the most prominent Quakers in the new Carolina colony had Barbadian connections. John Ladson, originally a merchant of Northampshire, arrived in Carolina in 1679 after having spent some time on the island.

Marriage

A Famly History, Microfilm
Author: Anne Willingham Willis
Published: Rome, Ga.: n.p., 1946.
p. 103.
... his wife Phoebe Ladson was born in England [no citation, so unsure if this is true (SSJ 04/15/2010)], June 27, 1691, daughter of John Landson and Mary Stanyarne; children of John and Phoebe:
1. Mary Ann Chaplin, my ancestor, was born 1716, married Jonathan Norton...

Marriage

McCall-Tidwell and allied families
Author: Ettie Tidwell McCall
Published: Atlanta, Georgia: Published by the author [now on microfilm], 1931.
Microform
p. 579.
... He married October 31, 1737, Martha Chaplin (dau of John Chaplin and his wife Phoebe Ladson (1691-1764) (dau. of John Ladson and his wife Mary Stanyarne of South Carolina).