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    in the best sense of the word His research and documentation established the Old Stone Church in Leesburg Virginia as the first site of the Methodist denomination in America The site was subsequently made a Shrine with Melvin serving as founder and director of the Old Stone Church Foundation He suggested and assisted in founding the Methodist Historical Society of Northern Virginia the first district society in Methodism and the prototype of all since He was curator and editor of Volume III of Methodism in Northern Virginia contributing editor to The Virginia United Methodist Heritage and the author of over 20 articles in the Dictionary of World Methodism His one deep regret was that he was unable to accept the editorship of The Upper Room when it was offered to him He was a director of the Sully Foundation the Fairfax Historical Society and the Virginia History Federation He was consultant in history to the counties of Fairfax Loudoun Prince William and the city of Falls Church He was a life member of the Virginia Historical Society a member of the Southeastern Historical Society of the United Methodist Church the National Genealogical Society and numerous other historical organizations He served as chaplain of the Haymarket Fire Department the Loudoun Memorial Hospital and the Fairfax Hospital In his truly dedicated interests and efforts Melvin offered God s comfort and joy to all people He shared with them his own vast storehouse of knowledge and just as importantly he listened with warm and undivided attention to what they in turn had to say be it ever so trivial or redundant by comparison A friend and fellow historian tells of the sense of personal exhilaration he felt at Melvin s larger and enthusiastic questioning about his own project Melvin made one feel good

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    Suffix of Little Seggie Born 1598 Little Seggie Kinross Scotland UK Gender Male Died 1686 Co Kinross Scotland UK Notes James Stedman was of Little Seggie in Co Kinross having succeded his father in those lands and those of the Milne Lead and Gala Hill Seized in Lands of Milnathorp 1648 Nat 1598 Ob 1686 aet 1688 He married Euphan Dempster daughter of James Dempster of Tilliochie Co Kinross and they were the parents of two sons and two daughters Person ID I39040 Stedman Families of the United Kingdom Father Robert Stedman of Kinross b Abt 1576 Co Kinross Scotland UK d Aft 9 May 1662 Age 86 years Mother Agnes Henderson b Abt 1580 Co Kinross Scotland UK d 1640 Co Kinross Scotland UK Age 60 years Alt Marriage Abt 1597 St Monance Parish County Fife Scotland UK Married Bef 1598 Family ID F14655 Group Sheet Family Euphan Dempster of Tillyochie Co Kinross b Abt 1600 Scotland UK d Bef 1700 Co Kinross Scotland UK Age 99 years Married Bef 1625 Alt Marriage 1630 St Monance Parish County Fife Scotland UK Children 1 Rev Robert Stedman b 1625 Co Kinross Scotland UK d 29 Dec 1701 Age 76 years

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    George s 3 servants 1861 England Census 1861 Clifton Gloucestershire England UK District 4 p 5 6 Princes Bdgs John Steadman Head Mar 75 N K London St Georges Mary Wife Mar 70 Manchester 3 servants 1871 England Census 1871 Clifton Gloucestershire England UK District 3 p 14 2 Princes Buildings Jno Stedman Head Widower 85 Late Civil Secretary of Gibraltar London Jno Junr Son Unmar 53 Barrister out of practice Gibraltar Mary Dupont Dau Married 55 Margaret Stedman Dau Unmar 51 Shropshire 2 servants Died Between 1 Apr 1871 and 30 Jun 1871 Clifton RD Gloucestershire England UK The death of John Stedman age 85 was registered at Clifton district Vol 6a p 40 in the June quarter 1871 Notes John Stedman was born 20th March 1786 and through the interest of the Marquess of Hastings succeeded his Father as Deputy Controller and Accountant General of the Revenue of Stamps with the same right of succession to the Chief Office 1812 In 1813 he resigned this office on being appointed Civil Secretary at Gibraltar and Registrar of the Supreme Court of Appeal In 1816 he was appointed one of the Judges of the Court of Admiralty there He was the author of the original edition of the Barton Stedman genealogy published in 1858 He married 1813 Mary only Daughter of William Myers of Preston Co Lancaster and Catherine his Wife Daughter of James Borron and Mary Battersbee his Wife both of an ancient family Co Lancaster John living at Bath Co Somerset 1857 Person ID I39864 Stedman Families of the United Kingdom Last Modified 16 Feb 2010 Father Charles Stedman Jr b 22 Dec 1753 Philadelphia Philadelphia Co PA d 26 Jun 1812 Brecon Brecknockshire Wales UK Age 58 years Mother Mary Bowen b Oxfordshire England UK d Unknown

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    Reports Statistics Trees Branches Notes Sources Repositories Contact Us Search Advanced Search First Name Last Name ID Share Print Bookmark Calcarba de Steddanham Duke of Arabia Unknown Individual Ancestors Descendants Relationship Timeline Suggest Personal Information All PDF Name Calcarba de Steddanham Suffix Duke of Arabia Gender Male Name Galaerbus Stedman Alt Birth 1146 Alt Death 1187 Died Unknown Person ID I2408 Stedman Families of the United Kingdom Last Modified 9

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    Sources Repositories Contact Us Search Advanced Search First Name Last Name ID Share Print Bookmark John le Stedeman Esq of Berks Abt 1196 Unknown Individual Ancestors Descendants Relationship Timeline Suggest Personal Information Event Map All PDF Name John le Stedeman Suffix Esq of Berks Born Abt 1196 England UK Gender Male Name John Stedman Died Unknown Co Berks England UK Notes John le Stedeman married Anne Forster daughter and heir of James Forster Esquire of County Berks They settled in County Berks He is mentioned as a progenitor of the Stedman family which settled in Wales see Nicholas Counties and County Families of Wales Dunn Heraldic Visitation of Wales Vol 1 Person ID I2400 Stedman Families of the United Kingdom Last Modified 28 Nov 2015 Father Sir John Stedman b Abt 1171 d Unknown Mother Joan Tatteshall b 1190 Lincolnshire England UK d Unknown Married They had at least seven sons based on the banner of one of their sons Family ID F755 Group Sheet Family Anne Forster b Co Berks England UK d Unknown Children 1 John Stedman of Berkshire b Berkshire England UK d Unknown 2 Roger le Stedeman of Co Derby England b Abt 1221 d Aft

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    Information Event Map All PDF Name Anne Forster Born Co Berks England UK Gender Female Name Anne Foster Died Unknown Person ID I2401 Stedman Families of the United Kingdom Last Modified 9 Feb 2010 Father James Forster Esq of Co Berks England b Co Berks England UK d Unknown Mother Miss d Unknown Family ID F754 Group Sheet Family John le Stedeman Esq of Berks b Abt 1196 England UK

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    Residence Co Derby England UK Died Aft 1252 Notes A case between Henry de Mapletone and Roger le Stedeman of Easeborne Ashborne and Alice his wife deforcients was heard at Nottingham during the court term of 31 March 21April 1252 The case involved real estate situated in the village of Dale and claimed by both the plaintiff and the deforcients He could be the Roger Stedeman from this Three Early Assize Rolls for the County of Northumberland S AEC XIII Andrews Co Durham 1891 Assize Roll Northumberland 7 Edw I 1279 p 343 Pars comitatus citra Coket venit per duodecim Willelmus le Sclater Rogerus Stedeman Ranulphus Sehapawey Johannes et Thomas filii domini Johannis de Fornacres Patricius armiger dicti domini Johannis Robertus filius Willelmi de Molton Johannes de Hundmanebi et Hugo le Sclatiere burgaverunt domum Ricardi filii Sweyn de Heton et statim fugit usque in libertatem Episcopi Dunelmensis apud Fornacres praeter Rogerum Stedeman qui fugit in Scotia et malecreduntur ideo exigantur et utlagentur Catalla ejusdem Ranulphi Schapawey xvj d unde vicecomes respondeat Google Translation Part of the county on this side of Coke he came upon the twelve William le Sclater Roger Stedeman Ralph Sehapawey John and Thomas the son of Sir John de Fornacres Patrick squire of the said Lord John by Robert son of William of Molton John of Hundmanebi and Hugh le Sclatiere burgaverunt the house of Richard the son of Sweyn of Heaton and immediately the as far as he fled into the liberty of the Bishop of Durham with Fornacres in addition to Roger Stedeman and he fled into Scotland and they are suspected for that reason let them be exacted and outlawed Chattels of the same sixteen Schapawey Randolph d for which the sheriff is to answer Person ID I39239 Stedman Families of the United

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    Bookmark John le Stedeman of Fulford Co York Abt 1246 Aft 1326 81 years Individual Ancestors Descendants Relationship Timeline Suggest Personal Information Event Map All PDF Name John le Stedeman Suffix of Fulford Co York Born Abt 1246 Gender Male Residence Fulford Co York England UK Died Aft 1326 Notes John le Stedeman was in 1302 assaulted and spoiled of goods and in 1326 he was mentioned as the father of Thomas le Stedeman The said assault and spoilage occurred during the period when the Scots were struggling to maintain their independence from the rule of Edward I King of England and when parties of Scotsmen were making occasional raids through the northern counties of England It appears that John was sympathetic toward the cause of the Scots and that the damage which he suffered was done by the English in retaliation against him because of some aid and encouragement which he had given to the Scots raiding parties Person ID I39237 Stedman Families of the United Kingdom Last Modified 9 Feb 2010 Father Roger le Stedeman of Co Derby England b Abt 1221 d Aft 1252 Age 32 years Mother Alice d Unknown Married Bef 1246 Family ID F14709

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