John Tudor, III
Birth: Oct. 10, 1754
Brunswick County, Virginia, USA
Death: Jan. 10, 1838
Cottonburg, Madison County, Kentucky, USA
“This cemetery was set aside on the original homestead of John Tudor III. His first wife Martha Searcy is the earliest recorded burial, but there could be earlier lost stones. His 2nd wife Frances Phillips Tudor is also probably buried here.
John was born in Virginia and the Tudor family migrated to North Carolina, and from there John and at least eight siblings came to Kentucky, most staying in Madison county.
John and Martha Searcy Tudor are my 5X great-grandparents. Everyone buried in this cemetery is directly related to John and Martha.
Susannah Tudor Long is the daughter of John and Martha’s son John Hooker Tudor. Sometime after she married Perry Long, the old homestead came to their ownership and most of the burials here are some of their 13 children. I am trying now to link the remainder.
The Hendren children are Susan and Perry Long’s grandchildren through their daughter Georgia Ann, who married Squire Hendren.
Margaret Jane Tudor Bogie is another of John and Martha Tudor’s granddaughters. She is the daughter of their son Morris H Tudor and she married David T Bogie.
If you are related to anyone in this cemetery, then you are also related, by either blood or marriage, to just about everyone in old Madison County.” source: Gerald Tudor, 8/15/2010
John Tudor, Jr. (1720 – 1782)
Elizabeth Fraser (1724 – 1760)
Martha Searcy (1754 – 1821)
North Carolina, USA
Married: 22 July 1779 in Granville County, North Carolina
Elizabeth Tudor (1784 – 1826)
Marcus Meredith Tuder/Tudor (1803 – 1864)
Anna Tudor Moberly (1777 – 1862)?
Death: Nov., 1821
Note: John Tudor was a Fiffer in the American Revolutionary War
Maintained by: KatieMac
Originally Created by: Jen Bawden
Record added: Aug 07, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40381343
John Tudor (III), born in Brunswick Co., VA on Popular Creek, moved with parents to Granville Co., NC as a young boy in abt. 1764-65, husband of Martha Searcy Tudor, Family settled 1785 in what officially became Madison Co., KY.
Son of John Tudor, Jr. & Elizabeth Fraser, grandson of John Tedder (Tudor) and Mary (possibly Seat). John’s father, John, Jr. married 2nd Elizabeth Seymour White. source: Gerald Tudor, 8/15/2010