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Sac Spiders Clubionidae family. Some jumping spider behavior is illustrated on William Butler's Facebook photos. Salticidae Eye Arrangements by Lynette Elliot. Jumping spiders seem to have excellent vision and quick response times. They pounce on prey rather than using webs to catch it. They might look like ants from overhead, but they can't bend at their waists the way ants can. Read about Hill, D. From time to time spiders present ID problems and photos are shown here.
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For details on where this process was in , see Griswold et al. Pugh, except for photos explicitly designated as having been taken by other photographers. Retrieved October 9, from http: Retrieved November 20, from http: University of Kentucky Wolf Spiders. Retrieved March 8, from http: Retrieved June 9 from http: Home Field and Swamp: Animals and Their Habitats.
Purseweb Spiders Sphodros genus, Atypidae family, Mygalomorphae suborder Mygalomorphs are generally large spiders; though they seem to be the species most likely to inspire arachnophobia, all of the US species are harmless to humans. Genus, species and sex ID thanks to Jeff Hollenbeck. Trapdoor spider, Hope Mills, NC. Photo taken by Samantha Adkins-Witmill. Photo by Brandon Frye. Southern House Spider Kukulcania hibernalis about half an inch long.
Photo by Kurt Amesbury. ID thanks to Laura P. This spider had spun a web across a walking path in my neighborhood that was high enough not to be disturbed by people. ID thanks to John and Jane Balaban. The two spines are not obvious here. Micrathena mitrata, ventral view.
This spider was in the process of web-spinning. Another Arrow-shaped Micrathena spider found in the same general area. Crablike Spiny Orb Weaver dorsal view , St.
Same Crablike Spiny Orb Weaver ventral view. Crablike Spiny Orb Weaver, same spider. This one reminds of part of a cuckoo clock my mother once had! ID based on the State of Missouri's spiders page. Photo taken by Nancy Crowell. ID is uncertain, since Nova Scotia may have some spider species unique to the area. Photo by Ted Reinmiller. Unusual Marbled Orb Weaver. Not positive of ID. Photo taken by Mark Moran. Araneus bicentenarius, Great Smoky Mountains.
Photo taken by "Vicki. A very tiny spider, about 2 mm long. Photo taken by John Nation. Photo by Jason W. Orb weaver Araniella displicata.
Hentz Orb Weaver Neoscona crucifera attacking a leaf that had fallen in its web. Was hanging out next to a large lantana patch visited by many insects. Dorsal view of the same spider. White-backed Garden Spider, ventral view of the same spider. Yellow-and-Black Garden Spider Argiope aurantia.
Small spider on top left was a member of another species. Taken by Adolph Thomas. Photo by Susi Meredith. Orb weaver probably Mangora placida , dorsal view.
Mangora placida, ventral view. This may be the same species as the spider on the right. This appears to be the same species as the spider on the immediate left.
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Juvenile Golden Silk Spider, Ft. The variant pattern is puzzling. This same Long-jawed orb weaver sought cover on a form of swamp grass, using impressive camouflage. American House Spider Achaearanea tepidariorum with egg sac.
American House Spider with egg sac. One of the larger spiders I've seen. Dewdrop spider Argyrodes genus with orb weaver prey. Species may be elevatus. Dewdrop spider Argyrodes genus attacking orb weaver prey. Adult female Southern Black Widow? Photo taken by and provided by Cindy Privette.
Solomon was put in a position to fight one of the party , but was successful in driving off the intruders, at least for a time, and the escaping slave family soon after continued their journey north to freedom. Because of the methods used in this situation, Solomon was visited by the meeting the following June for "striking his fellow man in anger".
He renounced his use of violence and retained his membership. John is not on this tax list. In Solomon was taxed for 86 acres and both William "Ridick"s were taxed for acres. The Ruddicks were not fined by Capt. They either participated or paid their fines. According to Grady Loy, the tradition in the Ruddick family is that they participated in the fighting in North Carolina in the s on the Whig side.
Children of Solomon Ruddick and Amy Bedsaul: Elisha ; Jesse d. Katherine Baker ; William d. Rachel Cox; Mary ; Ann Moved to Knox Co. Children of William Jr. Elizabeth Line; Lydia Children of John Ruddock and Catherine Cox: Elizabeth Wilson; Lydia , d. This family removed to Knox Co. Nathan probably Baptist not on Draper's list. Nathan was born 14 April and died 16 June in Jefferson Co. He married Elizabeth Davis, possibly b.
I don't know whether she is related to the other Davises on the Swift rolls. Others of his grandchildren were peaceful Quaker farmers in Iowa as he traveled west to Jefferson Co.
I could find no one with this name upper New River connections in Worldconnect. There is also a John and Joseph Simmons in Capt. I believe that John is likely to be connected to the Simmons family of Surry Co.
Examples of this line: This family became Baptist in Surry County. This family may be connected to the Hammons and Skipworths. The presence of numerous Surry County people on the Draper muster corresponds to a letter from Col.
Preston to the governor of Virginia noting the presence of refugees from Surry in New River during late and early Preston notes that he expects them to join local militia companies. John Simmons, 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 0 horse, 0 cattle. Ryal Simmons, son of Peter, Surry Co. Jonathan Skipworth or Skipper is not mentioned in Worldconnect. This might mean he was killed during the Revolution.
A Nathan Skipper or Skipworth b. Armstrong's Regt seeing battle at Germantown and Brandywine. The other choice for Skipworth is an old Henrico Co. I believe the Onslow Co. This connection could explain some of the lack of information on these lines. Barnaby and George Skipper sign. Members of the Skipper family of Onslow Co.
Barnabus Skipper is known to be partially Native American and some of his descendants are listed as free persons of color in the NC census.
Free persons of color native Americans had full citizenship rights in North Carolina until I was not able to identify the ancestry of Timothy. There are many Spencers in the area that are probably related. Robert Goad and d. This Goad is probably related to the ancestor of Lieu. James Cock on the Swift musters whose mother was named Elizabeth Goad. There is a John Spencer on the Wythe county personal tax list who may be the John Spencer who married the widow of William Little see above.
This is probably the Timothy Spencer who filed a pension application in in Grayson Co. He was granted the pension in receiving Most of his service was in North Carolina. He is not on the census for Wilkes or Surry Co. Samuel was born in Chester Co. His brother Thomas was born in the same place and died in Logan Co. Samuel married Lydia Vernon another Chester Co. Both are the children of John Stanfield b. Thomas married Hannah Vernon.
Before migrating to Rushcreek twp. Samuel Stanfield, 1 tithable, 0 slaves, 4 horse, 14 cattle. The Stanfields were not fined by Capt. Swift for missing militia musters. James Few , who was hung after the Battle of Alamance was a Stanfield descendant and very distant cousin.
James Stewart was another of the men convicted of High Treason in the trial at Hillsborough after the battle of Alamance along with Harmon Cox. He was given a respite at the King's pleasure after being dragged in chains for miles after the battle. The names James and John Stewart are found on the Regulator petitions. This James, if it is him, is Presbyterian and was a bit of a roust-about, with records in court showing various legal problems including fathering an illegitimate child he seems to have some of the same qualities as Col.
James died abt while mounting a horse in the service of the American cause in the Revolution. These Stewarts were neighbors of Daniel Boone's. It is not particularly well known but is connected to the Regulators. There is no William from this line that fits though. Herman Husband , the best known leader of the Regulation married Jesse's sister Mary.
The connection between Herman Husband and the Cox family has been noted above first cousins. The presence of the Boone connected John Stewart d. KY family nearby in Osborne's company e. Richard Pennington and the Osborne men who will marry two Stewart daughters makes connecting to a William in this family something to consider. However, at this time I don't have enough data to even say if he was alive at this time or that there was such a man.
There is a Stewart connection to the Morgan line see above, John Stewart m. Rachel Morgan but it is not known if this is a connection for William. Deep River informs that John Stewart requests cert. William Stuart 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 2 horses, 0 cattle. He is on the tax list with 2 horses and no blacks. No Stewarts were fined by Capt. There are two Johns with illegible names, one with only a tithe and the other with only a tithe and a horse.
No name like this appears on the Wythe tax list either. Flower Captain of the militia company Baptist on both lists. Flower is the son of Thomas Swift and Martha. Thomas was born in St. George's Parish, Baltimore Co. Swift received a certificate on this land, as an assignee of Elisha Bedsaul - acres on East Chestnut Creek - on 3 September He and his family moved to Whitley Co. His children were Amy m. John Hanks , Jestina m. George Currin , Thomas m. Mary Catron , Margaret m.
Robert Nuckolls , John m. Catherine Bird , Elisha m. Flower Swift was a Baptist. Flower's paternal grandmother, Elizabeth Whitaker was the first cousin of http: A much more detailed description of Flower Swift's genealogy, from Grady Loy, can be found at http: Flower Swift was made a magistrate of Wythe county before Grayson was formed and was the first magistrate sworn in after the formation of Grayson in He was also the first commander of the Grayson county militia after the county was formed Lt.
Commandant on May 22, Two names found on the Swift Revolutionary militia rosters are found as officers in the first battalion of Grayson militia, John McCoy and George Martin. One wonders if one of Husband's sons married a daughter of Flower Swift. If so, this is one of numerous connections between the Swift Company and Husband. The signature of Thomas Swift, Flower's father is on two petitions.
Another branch of the Swift family married the Patick Mullen line and Patrick is also on the Regulator petitions. The Quakers were passing rules against slave ownership during this time frame. In Grayson Co. Flower Swift had 3 whites, 0 slaves and 5 horses and Thomas Swift had 1 white, 0 slaves and 6 horses.
Along with many of the prominent Presbyterians of Montgomery Co. Also possibly signing the petition are William Norton and Samuel Cox names partially illegible , non-Quakers on the Swift militia lists. No Quakers seem to sign this petition. Matthew Dickey to Flower Swift, acres worth 30 pounds. In he owned 80 acres. John Thomas Richard Ussery d. His son William b. It is three children of this William or perhaps of his son William's, namely William, John and Welcome whose names are found on the Regulator petitions.
I cannot tell which generation it is or a mix of generations as this family recycled names. Thomas is a family name and there are a couple who could be the man on this militia list. I did not find a Jonathan, but John is a common family name too. There is some confusion amongst the various William Ussery genealogies as two brothers John and William have sons of similar ages b. After the war this family was largely found in Anson or Montgomery Co. There is a Jonathan Essery in Abbeville Co.
By the early s they relocated to Ross Co. This family intermarried with the Comer, Cox and Dixon families all who were Quakers from Warrington twp. These associations are highly suggestive that this may be the man listed here. There is also a John Esary b. He is associated with families in Kentucky with Quaker surnames. His wife was Sarah Hester Clark.
This family migrated from Hardin Co. Cindy Casey maintains an http: Nathan not fit Probably a Baptist, listed as a non-Quaker on the Swift lists on both lists. Ward's Mill Run is named after his family. A Nathan Ward was made a captain on the formation of the 78th Regt of militia in August soon after the formation of Grayson county. Nathan settled on Coal [Cole] Creek in present day Carroll County by at least and had his land surveyed in He purchased his land from the Loyal Land Company and it was a conflicted purchase not validated until He died March 14, in Grayson County.
Anne Williams [see below] and removed to Hawkins Co. Jeffrey Clark [Quaker Clarks? Elizabeth Wilson and remained in Carroll Co. Nathan Ward, 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 2 horse, 8 cattle.
In , District 2 of Wythe there is a Nathan Ward with 7 horses and no blacks and another Nathan Ward with 3 horses and no blacks one of these is his nephew by brother Wells. In the Grayson county land tax list there is a Nathan Ward with acres worth 50 pounds. Nathan Ward was not on the list of those fined for missing militia musters. His parents were Zacharius Williams b. I could not find her ancestry. Amos moved to North Carolina in , to Virginia some time before [? Rachel Longacre and lived in Jefferson Co.
Amos Williams 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 4 horse, 9 cattle. On the Wythe list James has 2 horse and no blacks and there is a William Williams with 4 horses and no blacks, another with 0 horses and two William Williams with 2 horses and no blacks and yet another with 3 horses and no blacks and one more with but a single horse and a final one with 6 horses.
New Garden MM records: James Williams, son of Amos, Montgomery Co. Thomas, same place, , at Tom's Creek Mtg. They had declared marriage intentions at New Garden MM. These two are probably father and son John is the father and he married a Mary. Nancy Safewright children William, John m. Mary Bryant , Henry b. Nancy Paxson [of the Bucks Co.
William has a brother named John, b. Mary children Obediah b. Jan Grayson Co. Susannah Short and Jeffrey b. They seem to marry Quaker associated families. John Williams 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 2 horse, 3 cattle; William Williams 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 2 horse, 9 cattle; William Williams Jr. In the tax list there is a William Williams with 4 horses, 1 with no horses, two with 3 horses, 1 with 1 horse and 1 with 2 horses - all in District 2 and all with no blacks. Caleb was born and died 16 January He married Nancy Bowles about in Surry Co.
The Winfreys stayed in Surry Co. Her sister Mary married Pleasant Branch Roberts. Caleb Winfrey is also the "1st" Flower Swift militia list probably after In the Annals of Southwest Virginia by L. Summers, Isaac Winfrey is one of several persons who appear on the Draper list considered to be suspected of being inimical to the government on September, These list are called the first and second lists, but probably later than the ones presented above.
This is only a sampling of the men on these militia lists. I have included everyone who was on the personal tax list. Their absence from the militia roster may be an indication that they were elsewhere, perhaps serving in the Regular army.
One thing noted with this list, is that the men on it had fewer possessions. Also, their family names were not found on Regulator petitions nearly as often and they seem to come from places other than the North Carolina Piedmont. Very few of the men on the "first" and "second" Militia musters are on the Montgomery Co.
I suspect these are mostly young men coming to the area after the Revolution ended. James' wife is given as Nancy and James died in Lincoln Co. James is said to have 1 a brother Reuben b. Jacob was born in Lancaster Co. He married Elizabeth Jennings about His parents were Isaac Coulson b. Isaac and Elizabeth were married 18 Jul in Lancaster Co. His maternal grandparents were Josiah Payne b , England d. The only Isaac found was Jacob's father. Jacob Coleson, 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 1 horse, 0 cattle; They are not on the Wythe tax list.
Joseph Davies, 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 2 horse, 2 cattle; District 2, Wythe list. Joseph Davis 3 horses, no slaves. John Dougherty 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 5 horse, 18 cattle; they are not on the Wythe tax list. He was born 24 Dec in Chester Co. His actual name may have been Alexander Isaac Edwards. His parents were Thomas "Hannuel" Edwards b.
The Edwards family were Quakers. Isaac's grandparents were John Edwards and Mary Ingram. She was not Quaker but joined the Quakers after her marriage to Isaac who had been disowned for marrying her in Children were born Elisha Bedsaul in ; Mary b. John Bass Dalton; William m. Elizabeth Bryson and d. Esau Worrell in ; Joshua m. Nancy Hill; Catherine m. James McCue; John m. William Osborne; and Isaac m. Mary Beamer and d. His family moved to Little Reed Island in Virginia in John, Thomas does not appear on Draper's list of Tories and Quakers.
John Fanning in was on tax lists and court records in Orange and later Randolph Co. In John is on the Montgomery Co. The Fannings were "Hard Shell" Baptists. Jacob and Nathan are the names of two more sons of John and brothers of Thomas on the Swift list. Of John's 5 sons, only John Jr. There are two rather famous Tory Fanning lines.
According to Judie Schatz these lines are not related to the Swift militia company Fannings as far as she can determine. He was actually a Yale educated New Englander and his surviving writings show him to be a fawning courtier. This line is descended from Bryant Fanning Sr. Judie Schatz shows that Bryant Sr. There is a James Fanning who co-migrates with John of Grayson and may be his brother.
John Fanning 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 5 horse, 16 cattle; Thomas not on the list. Not on the tax list for Wythe. Joshua is one of the persons who donated land for the Mt. Pleasant MM meeting house in the s. He purchased land in what is now Carroll Co. He married his wife, Ruth Bryant in Surry Co. In fact, recent DNA testing is beginning to make the latter possibility Maryland origin seem quite likely.
Hester Mills lines from the other Richmond Co. In David Sturgill's http: This is hotly disputed and probably incorrect. This is almost surely a different Nancy Hanks see messages , , and on the Hanks Genforum from Nancy Royce for a different view - [message refutes message ].
Hanks genealogy is currently in a state of confusion largely caused by the great interest in Nancy Hanks Lincoln and the dozens of legends surrounding her origin. Children of Joshua and Ruth: William Davis; Mary m. William Davis; William m. Susan Rector; Rhoda m. Enoch Moore; Nancy m. George Moore; Ruth m. John Vaughn; Thomas m.
Jenny Moore; Lydia m. James Moore; Richard m. Tamer Bryant; David; James; John m. Delia Carrico; Susannah m. John Mooney; Joshua m. Hanks, Joshua Self 0, 0, 0, 3, 4; Joshua is on the tax list, Dist 2, 1 tithe, 3 horses, no blacks. If it is him, then he is married to a woman named Jemima and migrates to Kentucky. Nathan Shelly's brother John. Benjamin was Susanna's brother. Her relationship to Benjamin has not been established yet.
There are Quaker connections in the Hargrave family in Virginia as well as North Carolina, especially in this particular line. Samuel's children marry mostly members of the Quaker Johnson and Terrell families see Thomas Johnson biography above.
His father's name is unknown possibly from land records it is Lemuel Jr. Jesse hath by inheritance to the plantation and land that my son Benjamin was possessed of at the time of his death on south side Roanoke River in N. There is no record of Lemuel's wife's name. There is a record of a Susanna Hargrave in the right time period to have possibly been his wife and there was a Susanna Cornwell correspondence with Nancy Royce.
Could not find him on the Wythe list. Mary Bryan daughter of John Bryan b. This Bryan family was known to have participated in the Regulators. Thomas was the son of John Huey and Elizabeth Morgan. The Huey family is from Rowan Co. It does not appear that the Hueys were Quakers, but they seem to associate with them. Some of this family migrate to Clinton Co. The most likely Abraham Jones b. Abraham had a brother John b. Nothing more is known about Abraham, but brother John's family goes to Shelby Co.
There is no William in this family, so the William on Swift's muster is likely not to be related. Abraham Joans 1 tithe, 0 slaves, 2 horse 6 cattle no Greers - in NC. The Julian family lived in present day Randolph Co. The Julian family intermarried with the Ashe Co. Julian and Mary or Margaret Bullock] m. Sarah Long [this Isaac Jr. Martha had been disowned for marrying Tobias Long].
The Longs lived west and a little south of the Chestnut Creek community and served in Capt. Cox's company, probably The names of Peter Julian Sr. Julian was a French Huguenot refugee. While in congress, he proposed an amendment to the US Constitution giving women the right to vote in This is probably the George Martin who married Amey Bedsaul. He is the son of a John Martin and possibly the brother of John Martin Quaker who is also on the Swift militia muster.
If so he was born in according to the Roane Co. His heirs court record were James, Elijah or Elisha m. He also had two other sons Moses d.
This George may be the son of Moses Martin b. In this case, George would be John's nephew, not his brother. Timothy's ancestry is unknown. His tombstone says he was born in Dublin, Ireland and further states that he is the Timothy Murphy who shot Simon Frazier, a British commander at the Battle of Saratoga, and says he was a member of Boone's company of Morgan's rifles this is disputed in DAR records according to Murphy descendant Len Chapel.
His name does not appear on Regulator petitions, but there is a John Murphy. Timothy Murphy bought his land in partnership with James Blevins. When he died the part of the land in North Carolina went to the Blevins and the part in Virginia to the Murphys. In Timothy has 2 horses and no blacks. The rest of the men on musters 1 and 2 are not in the Montgomery Co. They brought with them their own forms of worship and of government.
First entering the Great Valley of Virginia in the late s these people, Quakers, Baptists, Presbyterians and various German sects, were largely left alone by the older established eastern Virginia culture. In fact, along the border between the cultures, in Albemarle and Bedford and Amherst counties the two cultures began to mix and form great men like Jefferson, Madison and Washington: North Carolina had been briefly run by the Quakers 50 years before, when the population was sparse and confined to the Northeast corner of the state, but was during the time of the present study, run as a Crown colony, as if it were a part of England.
This is the England where the aristocracy still ran the government. It was the England of rotten boroughs - where a powerful man would control one or several parliamentary seats.
It was the England where commoners were expected to stop, remove their hats and bow before the mighty as they passed in their carriages, where servants followed their Lords and waited on their every need. The Church was accountable to the King and was established as a State Religion. The laws were based on the golden rule. Freedom of speech, press and religion was found there after some minor trials and tribulations it is true.
The make-up of the legislature was based on population. Most political control was local and taxes were low. Imagine what would happen if you had all your life enjoyed this freedom and then moved to a place where those in power would visit your farm, collect taxes at whatever rate they saw fit and pocket half of it. Then, if you refused to pay, they would, at gunpoint take your livestock and property. These same people then deny you equal representation in the state legislature and tax you for support of a Church that barely has any members in your area.
They deny your ministers the legal right to marry you. They pack the juries and the courts with their friends. The Regulators were formed to fight these abuses. They printed petitions and advertisements and pamphlets. The Governor of North Carolina listened tolerantly but did nothing. The Regulators contained all sorts of people. The Presbyterians and Baptists were prominent. The German Reformed and Lutherans were heavily represented.
Even the peace churches were involved. And there were frontier rowdies of course, spoiling for a fight. Governor Tryon smelled a revolt and outlawed the movement about The movement continued to grow. Judge Fanning, a fawning courtier more intent in winning Tryon's favor than in administering justice, was removed from his court by a mob, was beaten and pushed down the stairs after which the Regulators took over the courthouse in Hillsborough.
The rebellious farmers refused to pay the taxes. A law was passed in January, making membership in the Regulators an act of treason. Governor Tryon called up the militia in the eastern counties and in May marched on the Piedmont. He crushed the movement at the Battle of Alamance.
Thirty of the men on the losing side were placed in irons and dragged through several of the western counties to discourage further rebellion. Twelve of them were then put on trial for their life and all were convicted of High Treason. The governor offered them a reprieve. If they would swear allegience to the King, then their lives would be spared. Six of them took the oath including a man named Harmon Cox and were "requited to await the King's pleasure".
Identifying Spiders of North Carolina. Common Orb Weavers (Araneidae family, Araneoidea superfamily, Entelegynae, Araneomorphae suborder) Araneus Genus Eye Arrangement (Elliott): This seems very similar to the eye arrangements of other Araneidae family members to kitchener-waterloo-chiropractor.comr, to see close-up photos of eye arrangements of the Araneidae family, go halfways down the page of Spider . ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH IN VIRGINIA: ENGRAVING Plate (a). The plate, entitled 'The arriual of the Englishemen in Virginia', is engraved by 'T.B.' (Theodor de Bry).It represents a map of the coast of North Carolina, oriented to the west, showing part of Pamlico Sound, Roanoke Island, the mouth of Albemarle Sound and the Alligator River, and part of Currituck Sound with the Carolina. About the Regulators of North Carolina. In the late s settlers with roots in Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey came down the Great Valley of Virginia and crossed the Blue Ridge from west to east into the Carolina Piedmont.