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a. Note:   While most databases show a Richard Breeden marrying a Frances Fairchild, I believe this to be a mistake. I believe he married this Frances "Fanny" Chiles whose father Paul mentioned her in his will. Frances & Richard named their second son Paul, which was the custom in those days to name the second son after the maternal grandfather. Also son Paul Breeden named one of his sons Rowland Chiles Breeden, which I think bears strong evidence.
  Also atDNA (Autosomal) test results show a match for direct descendants of the Chiles family. One is a direct descendant of Frances Chiles Breeden and the other a direct descendant of her brother, Rowland Horsley Chiles, both of whom were mentioned in the will of their father Paul Chiles in Halifax County, Virginia.
  Results of atDNA(Autosomal) tests from a 4th great grandson of Frances Chiles Breeden, & a 5th great grandson of Rowland Horsley Chiles (who would be Frances' 5th great grand nephew), showing they are 6th cousins:
  10 December 2014
 Chromosome Start Location End Location centiMorgans (cM) # of Matching SNPs
 1 44805958 47175419 1.08 500
 2 233444593 234432885 1.56 500
 3 164180827 167914407 1.67 500
 6 56460410 64197956 1.79 500
 9 110009598 111469140 2.91 500
 10 83739866 85442083 1.87 500
 11 55884657 57826280 2.01 500
 13 66665330 68690117 2.78 500
 15 47020670 57736289 13.34 2900
  Source: Family Tree DNA testing website at
 Mentioned in the will of her father Paul Chiles........
 Halifax County Will Book O, 1753-1772
 2 Sep 1760, 19 Mar 1761:
 "I Paul Chiles of Halifax County..........
  To my daughter, Frances Chiles, 200 acres on Mayo's river and 400 acres joining the same not yet cleared, out of the office in Halifax county; also 130 acres on the other fork of the Mayo and 400 acres joining it not yet cleared; one of the offices to be cleared with my estate; also Negroes.
  County of Pittsylvania VA Deed Book 3, p.312 - LYONS from CHILDS DEED, 22 Jul 1773
  Francis CHILDS of County of Pittsylvania of one part and James LYONS of s . j County of other part ? for �40 Current money of Virginia ? 200 acres on both sides South fork of Mayo River...Crossing the river and a branch...Crossing a Creek... South Crossing the River.
 No witnesses Frances /^CHILDS L.S.
  Rec: 22 Jul 1773 mark
 08 January 1777
 The 130 acres on the "other fork of the Mayo" river was sold after Frances married Richard Breeden. The indenture was made on 08 January 1777 between Richard Breeding & wife Frances who sold the land to John Stockton, listed in the Henry County, Virginia Deed Book 1, 1777-1779, pages 18-20.
 Kentucky, Tax Lists, 1799-1801
 Name: Francis Breeding(sic)
 Residence County: Shelby
 Residence Year: 1800
 Source Information: Kentucky, Tax Lists, 1799-1801 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, 2006.
 Original data: Clift, G. Glenn. Second Census of Kentucky, 1800. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2005.
 1810 United States Federal Census about Fanny Breedon
 Name: Fanny Breedon
 Home in 1810 (City, County, State): Shelby, Kentucky
 Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 15: 1
 Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 1
 Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44 : 1
  Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over : 1 (born before 1765)
  Numbers of Slaves: 1
 Number of Household Members Under 16: 1
 Number of Household Members Over 25: 2
 Number of Household Members: 5
 Source Citation: Year: 1810; Census Place: Shelby, Kentucky; Roll: 8; Page: 201; Image: 0181353; Family History Library Film: 00196.
 Source Information: 1810 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2010. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
 Original data: Third Census of the United States, 1810. (NARA microfilm publication M252, 71 rolls). Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
 Thought to be Frances Chiles Breeden living with son Bland Ballard Breeden in 1820.....
 1820 United States Federal Census
 Name:B B Breeding
 Home in 1820 (City, County, State):Shelby, Kentucky
 Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
 Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25:1
  Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over :1 (b. before 1775)
  Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture:2
 Free White Persons - Over 25:1
 Total Free White Persons:2
 Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other:2
 Source Citation
 1820 U S Census; Census Place: Shelby, Kentucky; Page: 140; NARA Roll: M33_24; Image: 152
 Source Information 1820 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2010. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
 Original data: Fourth Census of the United States, 1820. (NARA microfilm publication M33, 142 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
 From the following database:
 Southern Roots
 William Breeden b: ABT 1775 in Henry Co., Va
 Paul Breeden b: 3 APR 1777 in Spotsylvania County, VA
 Mildred Breeden b: ABT 1781 in Virginia
 James Breeden b: ABT 1783 in KY or VA
 John Breeden b: ABT 1785 in Shelby Co., KY
 Elijah Breeden b: ABT 1787 in Shelby Co., KY
 Richard Breeden b: 16 AUG 1789 in Shelby Co., KY
 Frances Breeden b: ABT 1791 in Shelby Co., KY
 Henry Breeden b: ABT 1793 in Shelby Co., KY
 Bland Ballard Breeden b: ABT 1795 in KY
  "On the 18 April 1828, Frances Breeden �for the natural love and affection she has for her son� gave Elijah Breeden one parcel of land and the farm she lived on, a Negro boy named Benjamin, one brown horse, three cows, two heifers, and twenty sheep in return that Elijah promises to support his mother Frances for the rest of her life with necessary and common comforts situated to her age, i.e. all the the necessary meat, drink, and wearing apparel which can be produced from the farm and medical assistance and aid to support the little family his mother now keeps. Elijah is also to furnish for her mood tea, sugar, or coffee and Frances placed a lien on the property during her lifetime so that he was not free to sell it. 12"
  12. Shelby County, Deed Book S, pages 435-436
 From another descendant............
  Roll 4, page 920
  The following is from microfilmed George Rogers Clark Papers at the Virginia State Library and Archives. A copy of the Microfilm is at the Newberry Library, Chicago, IL
  Fort Jefferson, 30th of Septr 1780. Then recd out of the Publick Store, four yards of
 flannel for making the within mentioned Coat & Waistcoat
 Frances X Bredin
  Oct 4th 1780 then Recd four yards of flannel in full of the within
 Frances X Bredin
  Roll 4, page 926
  F.Breeden 6__ 2 shirts Rcd By 4 Do 6
 Do To ?1/2 yds Linen & 4 yds flanl for making Six Shirts
  Roll 4, page 927
  Fort Jefferson 26th Sept 1780
 Recd out of the Publick Store, Nineteen and a half yds of Linen to make into Shirts for the Troops, also five Skeins of thread
 Frances X Breedin
  Roll 4, page 921
  Fort Jefferson 15th Sept 1780
 I do certify that Mrs. Breadin has made for shirts, One coat & Waistcoat for The troops in my Compy who are Inlisted for three years during the war
 Jno Baley Captn
 Sir Please to pay for the above mentioned
 Work out of the Public Store
 Robt George Capt
  Comm JC
 To Capt John Dodge
  Roll 4, page 1400
  Fort Jefferson 26th Octr 1780
 Please to pay Frances Bredin, Twenty five Shillings or the Value thereof in Merchandize, at the Current price in hard money for making Two Suits of Soldier Clothes for Capt McCarty's Compy Robt George
 To Capt Dodge
 or his Agent
  Roll 5, page 17
  Fort Jefferson Novr the 25th 1780
 Pay Frances Breeden three yards of flannel for making a Suit of Clothes
 for a Man of my Compy Jno Baley
 To the Agent Robt George Capt
  Roll 5, page 196
 Recd of Israel Dodge 8 yds of white flannel which is in full of my Demand
 for Making 4 Coats
 Frances X Breeden
  Roll 5, page 887
 Please to pay Mrs. Breeden in goods out of the Public Store for the making of Seven Shirts for Capt Edward Worthington Company in the Illinois Regt
  Roll 5, page 922
  Fort Jefferson Feby 1781
 Pay Mrs. Breedin for making ten Shirts for my Company
 Jno Baley Capt
 To J. Dodge Agent Robt George Capt

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