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American Families

A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8
A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14
A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 A21 A22 A23 A24 A25 A26 A27 A28 A29 A30 A31 A32 A33 A34 A35 A36 A37 A38 A39

SISTER TO LEEDES (f Leedes Arabian) ..... Family 6-a
     Sister to Chaunter (f Akaster Turk)
          Silverlocks (ch f 1725 Bald Galloway)
               Whitefoot Mare (f Whitefoot [Godolphin's])
                    JENNY DISMAL* (b f 1752c Dismal)
                         John Dismal (b c 1757 Sober John*)
                         Spanking Roger (ch 1764c Jolly Roger*)
                         Regulus[Fitzhugh's] (b c 1765 Fearnought*)
                         Pegasus [Hoomes's] (b c 1768c Fearnought*)
                         Godolphin [Baylor's] (b c 1769 Fearnought*)
                         Betsy Pringle (b f 1771c Fearnought*)
                         |    Sally Shark (f Shark*)
                         |         Dare Devil Mare (b f 1797c Dare Devil*
                         |              Commutation Mare (f 1802c Commutation)
                         |                   Citizen Mare (ch f 1806c Citizen*)
                         |                        Sir Charles (ch c 1816 Sir Archy)
                         |                        Mercury (b c 1823 Virginian)
                         |                        Janette (ch f 1822 Sir Archy)
                         |                             Tempest (ch c 1838 Trustee*)
                         Specimen (b c 1773 Fearnought*)
   
Jenny Dismal*

Harrison notes that the available evidence, namely that Jenny Dismal was a daughter of mare by the Godolphin Whitefoot, and that John Baylor said she was a sister in blood to Paget's Brown Dormouse, suggests she belongs to Family 6-a, although this cannot be proven [E1:112]. Jenny Dismal was probably bred by Lord Chedworth and ran for a 50 purse at Chipping-Norton as a four year old in August of 1756. Later in 1756 she was imported by John Baylor, Newmarket, Caroline County, Virginia.
 
Citizen Mare

Citizen Mare was owned by Colonel W R Johnson of Virginia.
 

 
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