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1 Capt. Richard TALIAFERRO and wife Rose BERRYMAN.

Capt. Richard TALIAFERRO was born at "the Mount", Virginia, in 1706, the son of Zachariah TALIAFERRO. He married Rose BERRYMAN, June 10, 1726, in Caroline County, Virginia.

One of the resources I've found most frustrating (for reasons explained in Chapter XI) but also most endearing gives the following biography of the family:

Rose BERRYMAN was born in the historic County of Westmoreland, Virginia, probably in the year 1708. She came of distinguished ancestry, her father, Major Benjamin BERRYMAN, being a man of prominence in the Colony....

Rose BERRYMAN was one among a family of seventeen children, and she spent her girlhood days on the BERRYMAN estate in Westmoreland County. On June 10, 1726, she was united in marriage to Captain Richard TALIAFERRO of Caroline County. Their home was blest with thirteen children, one of whom died in infancy. This family resided in Caroline County and probably belonged to St. Thomas' Parish, the records of which have been destroyed. Captain Richard TALIAFERRO was a large landholder and patented 10,000 acres in the present counties of Amherst and Nelson. He passed away on September 27, 1748. The cause of his death is unknown; although traditional accounts in the family of his granddaughter, Anna TALIAFERRO McCRARY state that he was killed while crossing the Potomac on a flatboat, and only a few of his men escaped death.

The sad loss of her husband left Rose BERRYMAN TALIAFERRO with entire responsibility of her home and the rearing of twelve children. She reared and educated them according to the standards of the old Virginia Colony; breathing into their lives love in its truest form; love for one another; love for their fellowman; love for their country; and love for their God. Several of her sons and grandsons served with honor and distinction in the Revolution; one son, Dr. John TALIAFERRO, being not only a soldier, but a prominent physician and a Baptist Minister. In her declining years she could have pointed to these boys with pride and said, 'These are my Jewels.' Her parents could not have chosen a more fitting name for her than Rose. In the garden of life she lived and grew and bloomed, not for herself, but for the pleasure of others.... Though she sleeps today in an unmarked grave, she is not forgotten...

http://www.sharpwriters.com/genealogy/taliaferro.html#zachariah
 
Taliaferro, Capt. Richard (I86757)
 
2 Charles TALIAFERRO and wife Isabella McCULLOUGH.
Charles TALIAFERRO, son of Capt. Richard TALIAFERRO and wife
Rose BERRYMAN, was born July 17, 1735. In 1757 he married Isabella McCULLOUGH. I do not know her ancestry, but I know the McCULLOUGHS in that part of Virginia are those from whom General Ben McCULLOCH of the Texas Rangers and the Civil War came, although the names are spelled differently. It is for him that McCULLOCH County, Texas, is named.

Charles and Isabella had eleven children:

Richard TALIAFERRO, born in 1759, died in 1806, was a Captain in the American Revolution. He married Mildred POWELL.

Charles TALIAFERRO, born March 29, 1761, was a Revolutionary soldier. He married Mary LOVING;

Peter TALIAFERRO, 1765-1785, did not marry;

John TALIAFERRO, 1765-1809, married Elizabeth LOVING;

Zachariah TALIAFERRO, 1767-1823, married Sallie WARMUCK;

Benjamin Franklin TALIAFERRO, born January 9, 1770, married Mildred FRANKLIN. A descendant is Graves Clayton.

William TALIAFERRO, 1772-1805;

Sarah Behethland TALIAFERRO, 1774-1844, married William LOVING.

Roderick TALIAFERRO was born May 16, 1777;

James TALIAFERRO, born two years later, married twice;

Rose Berryman TALIAFERRO, the youngest child, was born January 2, 1783, and married Joseph LOVING. This couple is

described in The LOVING Family (see website).

http://www.sharpwriters.com/genealogy/taliaferro.html#zachariah
 
Taliaferro, Charles P. Sr. (I85830)
 
3 Johann Heinrich (Twin) Kunkel, born 12 March 1764 in Wenglewo, Posen, Prussia; died Aft. 12 February 1859 in Henry Co, Georgia. He married Catherine Aull Abt. 1793 in Lexington, South Carolina; born Abt. 1775 in South Carolina; died Abt. 1862 in Henry Co, Georgia.

Notes for Johann Heinrich (Twin) Kunkel:

RESEARCHED and recorded in "First Families of Henry County, Georgia," - published in 1991, pages 404 through 414. Researched done by Mrs. Charles Royce (Chole Elizabeth (Betty) (Ragsdale) Conkle, Sr. Address: 137 Canterbury Drive, Carrollton, Georgia - 30117. E-Mail: integrityonline.com (As of November 1999). Copies found in the LDS Library, SLC, Utah.

RESEARCHED by: Martha Barksdale, E-Mail: mbarksdale@usa.net. (As of January 2000). Descended on her maternal grandmother's side from Henry Kunkle, Jr.

RESEARCHED by: Curtis J. Conkle, 2040 Casa Loma Court, Grapevine, Texas - 76051. Phone No. (817) 481-2443. (As of April 1995).

RESEARCHED by: Nina C. Wilkes. Address: 905 Brockton Loop, Jefferson, GA - 30549-3720. (As of January 1996).

Family records were printed in the Kunkel-Kunkle-Conkle-Gunkel SPINDLE, Volume I, No. 2, April 1995, page 44, submitted by: Curtis J. CONKLE.

Henry Gunckell, from Hessen-Hanau, Germany. Soldier, Hessian Grenadier. Regiment of: "Lieutenant General Marquis d'Angelelli". Company of Captain Bauer, for 182 days, from 25 December 1781, to 24 June 1782, inclusive. Discharged at age 18 years at Charlestown, South Carolina on 24 June 1782. (SOURCE: University of Michigan, - William L. Clements Library Collection, at Ann Arbor, Michigan. SOURCE: Muster Rolls of Revolutionary War, Prisoner of War, Denver Public Library Call no. G973.342-S644mu, Supplement 1982, #8660, page 152). (Source: Kunkel's living before 1800 in America, published April 28, 1999, by James E. Kunkle, page 42, item no. 20. (On file at LDS Library, SLC, Utah).

This family moved to Georgia and settled in the Dutchtown community in Henry County, GA. They are buried in Old Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Henry County, GA.
This entire family, according to the Census, could not read or write English. This showed very clearly from one census to the next, as there ages rarely advanced an even 10 years from one census to the next one.

Listed in the Slaves Schedule, on page 283 in Henry County, Georgia, 42nd District, listed in this family, Dwelling No. 1374, dated 05 November 1850 is the following Slaves owned by Henry Concle, Sr. and wife Catherine:
Slave 1 - age 50 - Male - Black
Slave 2 - age 24 - Male - Mulatto
Slave 3 - age 19 - Male - Black
Slave 4 - age 18 - Female - Black
Slave 5 - age 03 - Male - Mulatto
Slave 6 - age 01 - Female - Black

Spelling of Names appear below, exactly as they appeared in the CENSUS -
Census, 1800 - Kooncall, Henery - South Carolina, Lexington Co, On the Forks of Jaladee & Broad river. Film M-32, reel 49, page 493. (also shows page 337), line 5.
Census, 1810 - Goonkle, Henry - South Carolina, Lexington Co, Lexington District, Film M-252, reel 1061, page 66A.
Census, 1820 - Kunkle, Henry - South Carolina, Lexington, Film M-33, reel 121, page 137, (also shows page 050). (Shows large family of 9 males, and 3 females). Owns one slave.
Census, 1830 - Conkle, Henry - Georgia, Henry Co, Film M-19, reel 18, page 221, line 11.
Census, 1840 - Konkle, Henry Sr. - Georgia, Henry Co, 486th District, Film M-704, reel 43, page 44. (with 4 slaves).
Census, 1850 - Concle, H. Sr. - (Farmer) - Georgia, Henry Co, 42nd District, Film M-432, reel 73, Dwl. 1374, Fam. 1374, page 283-A, line 7. Age 85 years old. (Owns 6 slaves).
Census, 1860 - Kunkle, Catharine - (Widow) - Georgia, Henry Co, Mount Carmel PO, Film M-653, reel 127, Dwl. 434, Fam. 434, page 846, line 36

(from James Kunkle rtf file: Johann Christoph Kunkel
emailed to me Feb 26, 2012)
 
Kunkel, Johann Heinrich (I40454)
 
4 Little is known about this ancestor, Zachariah TALIAFERRO, the second son of Francis TALIAFERRO and Elizabeth CATLETT. He had a son, Richard TALIAFERRO, who married Rose BERRYMAN and who is the subject of the following section (I). Richard was evidently an only son, probably an only child. Zachariah died in 1726.

Because of the lack of information, this Zachariah and his cousin of the same name, (the son of Francis' brother, John TALIAFERRO) have been often confused by genealogists. Proof that this is the right one follows:

Col. John TALIAFERRO in his will (1715-1720), devised to sons Robert and Zachariah 675 acres each, in Golden Vale Swamp, Essex County. The will of Zachariah, the son of John, dated 1721-2 and probated 1745, bequeaths to brothers Richard and William "675 acres of land being a moiety of a dividend of land lying in Essex Co, parish of St. Marys, on the Golden Vale Swamp." The remainder of his estate he devised to his "two cousins, Kemp TALIAFERRO and Mildred TALIAFERRO, "as they shall arrive at age of 16 years". The "cousins" were the children of his brother, Charles and his wife Ann KEMP. It is of course apparent that the man who made this will was a bachelor, or possibly a widower, who died without being survived by children. The other Zachariah, son of Francis, or his son Richard or both patented lands in Amherst which descended through the sons of Richard and Rose BERRYMAN TALIAFERRO 
Taliaferro, Zachariah (I86756)
 
5 Little is known about this ancestor, Zachariah TALIAFERRO, the second son of Francis TALIAFERRO and Elizabeth CATLETT. He had a son, Richard TALIAFERRO, who married Rose BERRYMAN and who is the subject of the following section (I). Richard was evidently an only son, probably an only child. Zachariah died in 1726.

Because of the lack of information, this Zachariah and his cousin of the same name, (the son of Francis' brother, John TALIAFERRO) have been often confused by genealogists. Proof that this is the right one follows:

Col. John TALIAFERRO in his will (1715-1720), devised to sons Robert and Zachariah 675 acres each, in Golden Vale Swamp, Essex County. The will of Zachariah, the son of John, dated 1721-2 and probated 1745, bequeaths to brothers Richard and William "675 acres of land being a moiety of a dividend of land lying in Essex Co, parish of St. Marys, on the Golden Vale Swamp." The remainder of his estate he devised to his "two cousins, Kemp TALIAFERRO and Mildred TALIAFERRO, "as they shall arrive at age of 16 years". The "cousins" were the children of his brother, Charles and his wife Ann KEMP. It is of course apparent that the man who made this will was a bachelor, or possibly a widower, who died without being survived by children. The other Zachariah, son of Francis, or his son Richard or both patented lands in Amherst which descended through the sons of Richard and Rose BERRYMAN TALIAFERRO.

http://www.sharpwriters.com/genealogy/taliaferro.html#zachariah 
Taliaferro, Zachariah (I85832)
 
6 Notes for Mordecai Hayes:
Settled on a farm of two hundred acres in Newlin Township.
http://www.genealogy.com/ftm/o/l/s/Joan-E-Olsson/GENE6-0027.html 
Hayes, Mordecai (I16544)
 
7 Place of Marriage: Evangelical Lutheran Church of Lassan, Germany
Date of Marriage: 27 October 1833
Name of Groom: Georg Carl Friedrich Block, painter, Lassan, 3rd son, 30 years old
Name of Bride: Auguste Charlotte Wippernitz, only daughter, 17 years old
Father of Groom: Georg Block, police officer1 retired, Pasewalk2, deceased.
Mother of Groom: Christina née Bagaer3
Father of Bride: Adolph Wippernitz, burgher and painter, Lassan
Mother of Bride: Friederica née Keil
Officiating Minister: Rev. H. P . George
(W.T. Block) 
Family F8264
 
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1870 13 July
Hillebrandt Bayou, Beaumont, Texas

residence 324
Smith, Clay 1831 Indiana
Rachel 32 Louisiana
Muletta 7 1863 Lousiana
Ann 1865 Louisiana
Lucinda 3 1867 Texas
Mary 5/12 1870 (Feb) Texas

residence 325
Martha (Martha Jane Hart) Smith 68 1802 Ohio
Dalem? (Solon James) Smith 45 1824 Indiana farmer
Jane Smith 40 1830 Louisiana
Martha Smith 19 1851 Louisiana
Nay Smith 17 1853 Louisiana
Rufus Smith 14 1856 Louisiana
Maya (Maja Argen) Smith 12 1858 Texas (m Geo willis stockholm)
Elector Smith 10 1860 Texas
Margret Smith 8 1862 Texas
Atwood Smith 6 1864 Texas
Merta Smith 3 1867 Texas
Nathan Smith 9/12 (Nov) 1869 Texas 
Smith, Henry Clay (I557)
 
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1084 Morgan Solomon 28 1842 planter <
Ellen 25 1845
Annie 10 1860
Ginnie 5 1865
Melissa 1 1869

1085 Hoffpauir, George 35 1835 planter ??
Mary Ann 30 1840
Elizabeth 16
James 14 1856 field hand
Melainan 12 1858
Mildred 10 1860
Lorenze 8 1862
Ellen 6 1864
Jane 2 1868

1086 Perry Malachi 24 1846 planter
Susan 24 1846
Lucinda 4 1866
Elvina 1 1869

1087 Hoffpauir, Elijah 32 1838 planter
Susan 31 1839
Golding 12 1858 field hand <<
Cornelius 7 1863
Columbus 3 1867

1091 Hoffpauir Ford 36 1834 planter <<
Adams F 5 1865
John R. 2 1868
Everett 42 1828

(there are several black families listed within these two pages of the census record carrying the names of Foreman, Stutes and Spell.) 
Hoffpauir, Ford (I26988)
 
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Fred 1881
Gay Kline, 1886
Jewel R Kline 1904
Clyde Kline 1906
Coline Kline 1912
William Kline 1903 
Kline, Frederick Amile (I22546)
 
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Name: John Jay Jr FRENCH
Given Name: John Jay Jr
Surname: French
Sex: M
Birth: 1839 in Louisiana
Census: 1860 U.S. Census ? Texas ? Jefferson ? Precinct 1, pg 4
Census: 1870 U.S. Federal Census > Texas > Jefferson > Beaumont, pg 21
Census: 1880 U.S. Federal Census > Texas > Jefferson > All Townships > District 40, pg 49
Note:
Tanner

Texas Marriages, 1851-1900
Name: JOHN J. FRENCH
Spouse: COX, FRANCES
Marriage Date: 8 Sep 1859
County: Jefferson
State: TX

Texas Land Title Abstracts
Grantee: Beaty, Seale & Forwood
Certificate: 1/506
Patentee: John Jay French
Patent Date: 09 Jul 1879
Acres: 640
District: Bexar
County: Briscoe
File: 10324
Survey/Blk/Tsp: 1 B1-
Patent #: 759
Patent Volume: 31
Class: Fan. Scrip

Others :
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/506 John Jay French 09 Jul 1879 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/510 John J. French 07 Jul 1879 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/511 John J. French 07 Jul 1879 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/512 John J. French 09 Jul 1879 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/734 John J. French 09 Jul 1879 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/735 John J. French 09 Jul 1879 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/736 John J. French 09 Jul 1879 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/737 John J. French 09 Jul 1879 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/739 John J. French 04 Aug 1880 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/740 John J. French 09 Jul 1879 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/741 John J. French 09 Jul 1879 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/750 John J. French 03 Jun 1880 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/751 John J. French 03 Jun 1880 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/752 John J. French 05 Aug 1880 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/753 John J. French 04 Aug 1880 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/754 John J. French 04 Jun 1880 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/755 John J. French 01 Jun 1880 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/763 John J. French 04 Jun 1880 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/764 John J. French 05 Aug 1880 640
Beaty, Seale & Forwood 1/765 John J. French 05 Aug 1880 640

Father: John Jay Sr. FRENCH b: 1799 in Connecticut
Mother: Sarah UNKNOWN b: 1799 in Connecticut

Marriage 1 Frances COX b: Apr 1842 in Texas
Married: 8 Sep 1859 in Jefferson, Texas
Children
David H. FRENCH b: 1861 in Texas
John Sylvester FRENCH b: 1863 in Jefferson County, Texas
Nancy FRENCH b: 1865 in Jefferson County, Texas
Sarah FRENCH b: 1866 in Jefferson County, Texas
Marion FRENCH b: 1868 in Jefferson County, Texas
Clarance FRENCH b: 1870 in Jefferson County, Texas
Suemantha FRENCH b: 1872 in Jefferson County, Texas
Perselia FRENCH b: 1873 in Jefferson County, Texas
Henry FRENCH b: Feb 1875 in Jefferson County, Texas
Loney FRENCH b: Aug 1876 in Jefferson County, Texas
David FRENCH b: Oct 1881 in Jefferson County, Texas

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1927676&id=I550249698
 
French, John Jay Jr (I21299)
 
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Re: Burnetts of NC and SC
burnsky1 (View posts) Posted: 6 Nov 2001 2:02PM
Classification: Query Edited: 16 Nov 2001 11:32PM
Surnames:

I am also searching the Burnetts in NC and I noticed your message. I have an Eli that is listed in a will for a James Burnett dated Sept. 7, 1822 in Martin Co. NC. I am trying to find out if this is the right line. The Eli that I am trying to trace had the following children: Roderick, Thomas, George, Simmons, Sally, Baker, Abby and Mailtia. Any help that you could give in this regard would be greatly appreicated.
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Re: Burnetts of NC and SC
Shelba_Davis (View posts) Posted: 6 Nov 2001 4:11PM
Classification: Query Edited: 20 Oct 2002 6:57PM
Surnames: Bryan, Burnett

Bingo! Will reply more fully by e-mail, but proof of Eli and his children in 1840 letter I found in which the children of James Burnett wrote Turner Bryan of Chesterfield Co., SC (who was married to their cousin Frances G. Bryan a daughter of yourJames's brother John who died Marion Co., SC 1815).They wanted Bryan represent them in contesting the will of their brother John Burnett who also died in Marion Dist.,SC. The letter can be found in "The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research" Vol XI, Spring 1984, No. 2, pg 65.Names the deceased Eli's children as Roderick, Thomas,George,Simmons, Sally, Baker,Abby and Malitia.

When did Eli die and where? He was living Dec 30, 1815 when Turner Bryan, then of Marion Dist., SC was acting as Eli's agent regarding a slave named Dolly. (in same article as above).


 
Burnett, James (I57308)
 
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residence: C (u?) ? ? ings Street (faded typing)
farmer
Birthplace, Kentucky
Parents names and birthplaces - unknown
Informant, Fred Frasher
Gainesville, Texas 
Emerson, Samuel (I17882)
 
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Thomas Lovelady
Free White Males - Under 10: 2 Andrew Jackson (1815) William (1811)
Free White Males - 10 thru 15: 2 Jesse (1807) Thomas (1806)
Free White Males - 45 and over: 1 Thomas
Free White Females - Under 10: 2 Margaret (1818) Jemima (1813)
Free White Females - 10 thru 15: 1 Rebecca (1807)
Free White Females - 45 and over: 1 Jane

Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 2
Free White Persons - Under 16: 7
Free White Persons - Over 25: 2
Total Free White Persons: 9
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 9
(Ancestry's scans p 26)

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(Ancestry scans, page 13)
John Bounds (son in law to Thomas)
Name: John Bounds
County: White
State: Tennessee
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Males - 16 thru 25: 1 John
Free White Females - Under 10: 1 Nancy
Free White Females - 16 thru 25: 1 Elizabeth Lovelady Bounds

Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 16: 1
Total Free White Persons: 3
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 3

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Lovelady, Margaret A. (I1351)
 
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Thomas Lovelady
Free White Males - Under 10: 2 Andrew Jackson (1815) William (1811)
Free White Males - 10 thru 15: 2 Jesse (1807) Thomas (1806)
Free White Males - 45 and over: 1 Thomas
Free White Females - Under 10: 2 Margaret (1818) Jemima (1813)
Free White Females - 10 thru 15: 1 Rebecca (1807)
Free White Females - 45 and over: 1 Jane

Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 2
Free White Persons - Under 16: 7
Free White Persons - Over 25: 2
Total Free White Persons: 9
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 9
(Ancestry's scans p 26)

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(Ancestry scans, page 13)
John Bounds (son in law to Thomas)
Name: John Bounds
County: White
State: Tennessee
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Males - 16 thru 25: 1 John
Free White Females - Under 10: 1 Nancy
Free White Females - 16 thru 25: 1 Elizabeth Lovelady Bounds

Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 16: 1
Total Free White Persons: 3
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 3

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Lovelady, Jemima Jane (I1306)
 
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Thomas Lovelady
Free White Males - Under 10: 2 Andrew Jackson (1815) William (1811)
Free White Males - 10 thru 15: 2 Jesse (1807) Thomas (1806)
Free White Males - 45 and over: 1 Thomas
Free White Females - Under 10: 2 Margaret (1818) Jemima (1813)
Free White Females - 10 thru 15: 1 Rebecca (1807)
Free White Females - 45 and over: 1 Jane

Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 2
Free White Persons - Under 16: 7
Free White Persons - Over 25: 2
Total Free White Persons: 9
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 9
(Ancestry's scans p 26)

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(Ancestry scans, page 13)
John Bounds (son in law to Thomas)
Name: John Bounds
County: White
State: Tennessee
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Males - 16 thru 25: 1 John
Free White Females - Under 10: 1 Nancy
Free White Females - 16 thru 25: 1 Elizabeth Lovelady Bounds

Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 16: 1
Total Free White Persons: 3
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 3

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Lovelady, Rebecca Mary (I1099)
 
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Thomas Lovelady
Free White Males - Under 10: 2 Andrew Jackson (1815) William (1811)
Free White Males - 10 thru 15: 2 Jesse (1807) Thomas (1806)
Free White Males - 45 and over: 1 Thomas
Free White Females - Under 10: 2 Margaret (1818) Jemima (1813)
Free White Females - 10 thru 15: 1 Rebecca (1807)
Free White Females - 45 and over: 1 Jane

Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 2
Free White Persons - Under 16: 7
Free White Persons - Over 25: 2
Total Free White Persons: 9
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 9
(Ancestry's scans p 26)

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(Ancestry scans, page 13)
John Bounds (son in law to Thomas)
Name: John Bounds
County: White
State: Tennessee
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Males - 16 thru 25: 1 John
Free White Females - Under 10: 1 Nancy
Free White Females - 16 thru 25: 1 Elizabeth Lovelady Bounds

Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 16: 1
Total Free White Persons: 3
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 3

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Lovelady, Elizabeth (I1566)
 
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Thomas Lovelady
Free White Males - Under 10: 2 Andrew Jackson (1815) William (1811)
Free White Males - 10 thru 15: 2 Jesse (1807) Thomas (1806)
Free White Males - 45 and over: 1 Thomas
Free White Females - Under 10: 2 Margaret (1818) Jemima (1813)
Free White Females - 10 thru 15: 1 Rebecca (1807)
Free White Females - 45 and over: 1 Jane

Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 2
Free White Persons - Under 16: 7
Free White Persons - Over 25: 2
Total Free White Persons: 9
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 9
(Ancestry's scans p 26)

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(Ancestry scans, page 13)
John Bounds (son in law to Thomas)
Name: John Bounds
County: White
State: Tennessee
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Males - 16 thru 25: 1 John
Free White Females - Under 10: 1 Nancy
Free White Females - 16 thru 25: 1 Elizabeth Lovelady Bounds

Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 16: 1
Total Free White Persons: 3
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 3

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Bounds, John Bird (or James B.) (I1570)
 
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Thomas Lovelady
Free White Males - Under 10: 2 Andrew Jackson (1815) William (1811)
Free White Males - 10 thru 15: 2 Jesse (1807) Thomas (1806)
Free White Males - 45 and over: 1 Thomas
Free White Females - Under 10: 2 Margaret (1818) Jemima (1813)
Free White Females - 10 thru 15: 1 Rebecca (1807)
Free White Females - 45 and over: 1 Jane

Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 2
Free White Persons - Under 16: 7
Free White Persons - Over 25: 2
Total Free White Persons: 9
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 9
(Ancestry's scans p 26)

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(Ancestry scans, page 13)
John Bounds (son in law to Thomas)
Name: John Bounds
County: White
State: Tennessee
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Males - 16 thru 25: 1 John
Free White Females - Under 10: 1 Nancy
Free White Females - 16 thru 25: 1 Elizabeth Lovelady Bounds

Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 16: 1
Total Free White Persons: 3
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 3

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Bounds, Nancy (I7252)
 
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Thomas Lovelady
Free White Males - Under 10: 2 Andrew Jackson (1815) William (1811)
Free White Males - 10 thru 15: 2 Jesse (1807) Thomas (1806)
Free White Males - 45 and over: 1 Thomas
Free White Females - Under 10: 2 Margaret (1818) Jemima (1813)
Free White Females - 10 thru 15: 1 Rebecca (1807)
Free White Females - 45 and over: 1 Jane

Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 2
Free White Persons - Under 16: 7
Free White Persons - Over 25: 2
Total Free White Persons: 9
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 9
(Ancestry's scans p 26)

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(Ancestry scans, page 13)
John Bounds (son in law to Thomas)
Name: John Bounds
County: White
State: Tennessee
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Males - 16 thru 25: 1 John
Free White Females - Under 10: 1 Nancy
Free White Females - 16 thru 25: 1 Elizabeth Lovelady Bounds

Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 1
Free White Persons - Under 16: 1
Total Free White Persons: 3
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 3

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Lovelady, Thomas J. (Jesse or Jefferson) (I1579)
 
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http://www.usgennet.org/usa/md/state/arkdove.html

On 20 Jun 1632, Charles I of England granted to Caecilius (Cecil) Calvert, Baron of Baltimore, the charter for the Province of Maryland. Calvert (and his father, George Calvert before him) had long been recruiting "gentlemen investors" and, once certain that the King's charter would not be withdrawn (due to complaints by both Virginians and anti-Catholics on the Privy Council), he began notifying them of departure dates:


Oldham, September 1st, 1633

Dr. John Briscoe,
Brikshough, New Biggin, Cumberland Co., England.

Dr. John Briscoe, Greeting:

Dear Sir:

As the privy council have decided that I shall not be disturbed of the charter granted by his Majesty, "The Ark" and pinnace "Dove" will sail from Gravesend about the 1st of October and if you are of the same mind as when I conversed with you I would be glad to have you join the colony.

With high esteem your most ob't servant,
(Signed) Cecilius Baltimore.

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The time first intended for the embarkation was as early as September, 1633, but it was delayed for two months--perhaps for the purpose of arriving at their destination in a more favorable season of the year, at the beginning of spring rather than in the autumn or witner. In any case, on St. Cecilia's Day--November 22, 1633--the two vessels set sail, into an east wind, from Cowes in the Isle of Wight, carrying nearly 200 gentlemen adventurers and their servants--among them Dr. John Briscoe.

Among the Calvert papers in possession of the Maryland Historical Society there is a letter from the priest, Father Andrew White, to Lord Baltimore dated from Maryland, February 20, 1638, in which reference is made to fevers among the colonis and to the "advice of our chirurgian."
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From Sarah Browder:
regarding proof of marriage of John Briscoe to Eliz. Dubois has always been accepted but for the period there are NO marriage records, of that you can be sure.
I will quote from Historian of Missouri Briscoe Ass. and other sources:
"Dr. John Briscoe, Ark and Dove, 1634-born 1612 Crofton, england, son of Leonard Briscoe, married in England Elizaeth duBois. Died in St. Mary's Co. Md 1699"
This is only place a definite date of birth ever found and well accepted. These records refer to a certain Hall of Records of Md and found accurate by all who have examined. and this is deemed accurate based on various authority. It also refer's to Hutchinson's History of Cumberland; Forester's Visitation of Cumberland and Westmoreland; Metcalf's Visitation of Northamptonshire; Nicholson & Burns' westmoreland & cumberland; John Watson's History of Halifax; Plantagenet's Harrisons of Yourkshire and Bethane's Baronetage. all of which are English records and unavailble as far as I know in this country but researched in England.
Another person inspected "The Genealogy of the Ancient and Knightly Family of Briscoe, by John Charles Brooke, Esq. and pub. England 1783. and states this book shows Leonard Briscoe had 4 sons, but that no dates are given. However he says e is in said book mention of a John Briscoe b. 1590, was not the John Briscoe 4th son of Leonard.
Also about 1698/9 there were 3 known living John Briscoes, other than Dr. John- his son John who died 1718; his grandson John who was living as late as 1718;and grandson John, son of Dr. John's son Phillip who died 1733/34. All involved with te immigrant Dr. John.. Phillip in 1719 depostion was 72 yrs old making him born in 1647 and proves Dr. John was in Md in 1648.

I have a copy of a letter in Md Gen. Soc. files once in possession of Louise Briscoe owner of "Piedmont"-old Briscoe home built in 1784 from Cecilius Baltimore to Dr. John Briscoe, inviting him to join Ark and Dove Expedition., dated Odiham, Sept 1st, 1633.
Another ref. was Mathew's Armory and Glue Book, pub in London in 1908 says ".... son of Dr. John Briscoe who came to Maryland in Ark and Dove 1634, settled in St. Mary's Co-son of Leonard, son of richard of Crofton, Cumberland Co, Engl"
There are several other references found in London.
There are other references but too numberous to list. All of this comes from my resarch and that of Adm.
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http://www.mcps.k12.md.us/curriculum/socialstd/FT/Ark_Dove.html
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The Story of the Ark and the Dove

By the time two small wooden sailing ships lifted anchor, on the 22nd day of November, 1633, and set sail from Cowes, Isle of Wight, England, much planning already had been done. Cecil Calvert, the organizer of the venture, was sending people to establish the English colony of Maryland on the North American coast. He did not want to repeat any of the mistakes made by earlier groups, such as the colonists at Jamestown and Plymouth, and so he made sure his travelers were well prepared.

He carefully chose people who were important to the success of the colony: farmers to grow food, carpenters and brick layers to build houses, shipbuilders, blacksmiths, even soldiers for protection. Among the colonists were two Jesuits priests. It is from the writings of Father Andrew White that we have learned so much about the voyage of the Ark and Dove, as well as the early years of settlement in Maryland.

As part of the planning, the Calverts carefully selected and stored barrels of flour, meat, dried vegetables, water, beer, sugar, salt, vinegar, and other food stuff. The colonists had to take enough food, not only for the long voyage, but to keep the settlement alive in case no other food was found when they arrived.

Clothing for everyone, for both summer and winter, was packed. Seeds, roots, and plant cuttings were stored for planting fields and gardens. Many kinds of tools were taken for home and furniture construction, farming, building fortifications, and even making small boats. The ships were armed with cannon for protection at sea from pirates. Guns, knives, and swords were brought for protection and hunting when they reached land. Even trade goods were packed for trading with Native Americans.

All of these provisions were stored on board so they took up as little space as possible and in such a way that food-related items would not spoil. Between space for supplies and living accommodations for approximately 200 men and women, the little ships were quite full.

One lesson the Calvert family had learned from earlier ventures was correct timing. The voyage left England in the fall so that the band of colonists would arrive in North America in the spring. This way they would have time to grow food before the following winter and would not need warm houses for several months.

Finally, the two ships set sail. They would not travel directly westward toward Maryland. Instead, a southwesterly course was set, with planned stops at the Canary Islands and then the Cape Verde Islands off the west coast of Africa, then west across the Atlantic Ocean to Barbados Island in the Caribbean. These would be stepping stones across the vast Atlantic, and the route should give them favorable winds. From the calmer waters of the Caribbean, the ships planned to sail northward up the coast of North America, with a stop in Virginia before proceeding to Maryland.

Not long after going to sea, the Ark and Dove were swept by a terrible storm. At midnight, the Dove signaled that it was in distress. So fierce were the wind and waves, however, that the Ark could not help. When dawn came, the Dove had disappeared.

The Ark sailed on alone. The ship reached Barbados on January 3, 1634. As the passengers and crew rested and gathered fresh water and food supplies, the Dove appeared on the horizon. The smaller vessel had turned back to the English harbor and waited out the storm before continuing on. All were united again.

On February 27, both ships arrived off of Point Comfort, Virginia and visited the colonists at Jamestown. They bought pigs, cows, and other needed supplies. Soon they set sail up the Chesapeake Bay, bound for the Potomac River and Maryland. People crowded the decks anxious to get their first glimpse of Maryland and its forests, birds, and Indians.

At a small island then called St. Clement's (today called Blakistone) they went ashore, set up a large cross, and gave thanks for their safe arrival. The date was March 25, 1634 which we celebrate today as Maryland Day.

The settlers were not yet able to set up their homes but their long four month sea voyage was ended. Their next new venture was to begin.


Written by Dawn Thomas, Coordinator, Elementary Social Studies
© Montgomery County Public Schools, 1996.
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QUESTION: have a record from a book called Wright-Briscoe Pioneers, by John C Wright. states another generation between Philip Briscoe and John and Elizabeth Dubois, another John and wife thought to be Cuthbirth (..). However, most other researchers discredit this extra generation. 
Briscoe, Dr. John* (I2794)
 
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Alexander Breckenridge, Sr.
of Bourbon County, Kentucky
son of
George and Ann (Doak) Breckenridge
Copy of the will of
Alexander Breckenridge Died
In the name of God amen. I Alexander Breckenridge Senior of the County of Bourbon and state of Kentucky being very weak in body but of perfect mind & memory thanks be to God for the same. Calling to mind the mortality of the body and knowinhat it is appointed for all men once to dye do make and ordain this my last will & testament that is to say principally & first of all I do give and bequeathe my soul in the hands of Almighty God who gave it my body to the dust to be buried in a Christian manner nothing doubting but I shall receive the same at the General Resurrection by the almighty power of God and as touching and concerning such worldly estate wherewith at has ____ and God to belief me, wish. I give bequeath demise & dispose of the same in form and manner following, to wit, first I desire that all my just and lawful debts be levied and raised and paid out of my personal estate.

Item. I give & bequeath unto my beloved wife Polly Breckenridge, one third of all my personal and real estate with her bed, bedstead & furniture & her right of dower in the mansion house so long as she remains my widow and one bed & bedstead and its furniture for the use of my small children.

Item. I give and bequeath unto my son Eddie Linn Breckenridge the plantation I now live upon his bed, bedstead & furniture and a negro by named Peter.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my sons, George, Robert, James, Alexander & John Breckenridge the land already laid off them, agreeable to their plots and titles.

Item. I give and bequeathe unto my daughters Ann, Rachel & Elizabeth the lands already laid of to them.

Item. I give and bequeath unto my sons Preston, Washington & Roddy H Breckenridge my tract of land lying on Lytles Creek in Maury County in Tennessee State to divided equally, agreeable to quantity & quality between the three brothers and I appoint George Breckenridge their guardian to take care of their land until they come of age. Also it is my will and desire that my daughter Jenny Breckenridge shall have a full share of all my other property equal with her three brothers Preston, Washington & Roddy H. Breckenridge also it is my will & desire that if Eddy L. Breckenridge should died before he has a family that his part of the land which I willed to him be equally divided between my two sons Preston & Washington Breckenridge also it is my will and desire that all my negros except Peter should be sold unless my wife Polly Breckenridge should chose to take her third or a part thereof out of them & if she should it is my desire that she shall have the priviledge of taking her third at the appraisement if she should choose so to do also it is my will and desire that she shall have two hundred dollars out of my estate for the use of raising and schooling my children.

Item. I give & bequeath unto my son John Breckenridge fifty Dollars out of my estate when sold.

Item. I do hereby constitute and appoint my two sons Alexander & John Breckenridge my executors to this my last will and testament in writing whereof I have ________to set my hand & affix my seal this second day of June one thousand eight hundred & thirteen.
Alexander Breckenridge
2 June 1813
signed sealed in the
presence of
John Gass
Henry Clay, Jr
James Alexander
_______________________
Probate: OCT 1813 KY, Bourbon Co 3
Will: 2 JUN 1813 KY, Bourbon Co
Note:

Will Book D, page 416--Those mentioned-wife, Polly; son, Eddy Linn; sons, George Robert, James, Alexander, and John; daughters, Ann, Rachel and Elizabeth; sons, Preston, Washington and Roddy H., land in Murry County, Tennessee; daughter, Jenny. Written June 2nd, 1813. Proved October, 1813. Executors-sons, Alexander and John. Witnesses-John Gass, Henry Clay, Jr., James Alexander.

Title: Ardery, Julia Hoge Spencer, Kentucky Records, vol. I & II (Baltimore : Genealogical Publishing, 1969, 1972)
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Breckenridge, Capt Alexander* Sr (I5769)
 
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(Birth Source: Bonham Genealogy by E. B. Hazie)
(Death Source: Will probated 5/4/1809 Kingwood, Hunterdon, NJ.)

From "Traditions of Hunterdon" by Lequear, page 53, "Mrs. Stanberry sold 300 ac of land, which laid a little east of Kingwood hotel and store, to George Fox, who owned the land near Rosemont, by a deed dated May 14, 1746. George Fox and Gabrl Fox, Exec. of George Fox, sold a portion, 76 ac of this to John Waterhouse.
Around 1763 a Uriah Bonham of Piscataway was in this neighborhood as a school teacher. He married Anchor, d/o George Fox, elder." His earlier positions included that of "county scribe", and he wrote, witnessed, and made inventory on many ofe wills and/or probate records of the community beginning around 1749.
He married (1) Anchor Fox November 05, 1751 in Hunterdon Co., NJ, daughter of George Fox and Mary.
Loudoun Co, Joyner, Peggy Shome - VA Northern Neck Warrents & Surveys, 1697-1784, Vol 4
1764: Gabriel Fox, assignee of Uriah Bonham; 10 Oct 1764 - 18 Dec 1764; 48 acres on drs of Broad Run; adj Wm Boyle, Thos Stone, Sampson Turley, Catesby Cocke, Anthony Russill, James Spencer. Surv. John Hough.
13 May 1765 - As I am Entended back to the Jerseys from where I came I have given up my right to Mr. Gab Fox. (Bonham) Wit: Anthony Russell & Amariah Bonham.

He married (2) Magdalena Heath August 30, 1780 in Hunterdon, NJ. She was the daughter [sic] (widow) of Andrew Heath. In "Bonham and Related Family Lines" by H. E. Bonham, page 216: "June 24, 1777 - Int. probate of the estate of Andrew Hef Amwell, Hunterdon Co. Adm'x: Magdalene Heath. Fellowbondsman: John Heath; both of said place. Witness: Uriah Bonham. Inventory of 226 pounds, 1 shilling, and 3 pence, was made by Uriah Bonham and Daniel Howell 20 Jun 1777 (NJ Archives, Vol. XXXIV, page 237). William Rittinghouse, Sr., purchased 24 acres from Andrew Heath's estate.
25 October 1797 witnessed Administration papers of Jesse Hall, Kingwood Twp (husb of Elizabeth Heath (his step-dau), along with John Heath of Amwell (his step-son).
Uriah Bonham's will, dated 24 March 1802, gave his wife Magdalene use of dwelling house and tenplate stove, whole plantation, household furnishings, during her widowhood. He also gave her 1 cow, feather bed, 3 chairs and the blue chest.
To his sons, Amos and Zedekiah, he gave all his wearing apparel. The "moveable estate" was to be sold and the overplus (after bills were paid), was to be divided between five children. If his widow should remarry or die, he wanted all landsd his fishery to be sold. To each of the daughters of Andrew Heath (late of Amwell, dec'd), he gave 30 pounds. These girls were Mary Wilson, Elizabeth Hall, Sarah Dills, and Prudence Bonham. This money, he said, was procured out of their father's estate for their use when their mother had done with it.
Five grandsons were listed: Uriah Sutton, Uriah Emans (Job's son), Uriah Emans (James' son), Uriah Bonham (Amos' son), and Andrew Bonham (Zedekiah's son). They all were to receive 5 pounds each.
Five granddaughters, Anchor Sutton, Anchor Emans (Job's daughter), Anchor Emans (James' daughter), Anchor Bonham (Amos' daughter), and Anchor Bonham (Zedekiah's daughter) were to receive 50 shillings each.
His son Amos was to have 10 pounds above what he already received.
Five children are, Amos, Mary Emans, Dinah Sutton, Hannah Emans, Zedekiah.
In addition to the bequests to his children and grand-children, he also left money beguests to Andrew Heath and his four sisters, his step-children.
The executor was Thomas Lequear and witnesses were Richard Heath, Edward Rettinghouse and William Heath. The will was proved 04 May 1809.
Inventory of $241.07 was made by Edward Rettinghouse and Thomas Shearman
13 Apr 1809. This will is listed in the NJ Archives, First Series, Vol. XL, page 38. 
Bonham, Uriah (dna) (I3412)
 
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1700 Jones Hiram 46 1814 Male Ohio ----=
1700 Jones Rachael 40 1820 Female Illinois
1700 Jones Asa 21 1839 Male Illinois
1700 Jones Stephen J 15 1845 Male Illinois
1700 Jones Sarah 11 1849 Female Illinois
1700 Jones Lafayette 7 1853 Male Illinois
1700 Jones Hiram J 4 1856 Male Illinois
1700 Jones Julia Ann 2 1858 Female Illinois

1701 Kiman Hiram 24 1836 Male Ohio
1701 Kiman Lovina 23 1837 Female Illinois
1701 Kiman James A 9/12 1859 Male Illinois

1702 Jones John (Miller) 44 1816 Male Ohio
1702 Jones Elizabeth (Ford) 42 1818 Female Kentucky
1702 Jones William 21 1839 Male Illinois
1702 Jones Cyntha 14 1846 Female Illinois
1702 Jones Absalom 12 1848 Male Illinois
1702 Jones Alfred A 8 1852 Male Illinois
1702 Jones Henry F 6 1854 Male Illinois
 
Jones, John Miller (I35508)
 
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Charles C. Burch was a steamboat captain and came to Johnson's Bayou, LA. in the early 1800's from Ohio. Moved to Sabine Pass, TX in 1846. His 2 brothers, Increase R. moved to Sabine Pass, TX in 1847 and Sherwood moved in 1854. Charles moved cotton & timber up and down the Neches & Sabine Rivers. He was captain of the steamboat Mary Falvey as early as 1858.
In the mid 1800's, it was possible to get a riverboat as far north as Longview, TX when the rainy season was good. Today one can only go as far as North Orange, TX.


Charles' father was from New York and his mother was from Scotland. Charles was found in the 1870 Census of Cameron (Johnson's Bayou), LA. and the 1850 census in Jefferson Co. (Sabine Pass), TX.
In the publication: Cotton Bales, Keelboats, and Stern wheelers. A History of Sabine River Trade, 1837-1900, in 1859 the steam boat "Sabine" appeared on the Sabine River out of Sabine Pass, TX. The packet belonged to the Burch brothers of Sabine Pass and Capt. Charlie Burch soon left his command as master of the "Mary Falvey" to become the Pilot on the "Sabine". It's 15 member crew list enumerated in the census would indicate that the steamboat was well equipped to accommodate freight and passengers. The crew included Increase R. Burch and Master Sherwood Burch, clerk. It also mentions Neil Burch. Also in the same publication, it is mentioned by Henry R. Green, a Galveston newspaper correspondent and school teacher at Beaumont, while on a trip on the steamer, "Mary Falvey:, in November 1859, that Captain Charles Burch was a "popular commander, sociable, generous and clever." Green added that the packet was "fitted up in fine style...having good accommodations, excellent fare, and kind and gentlemanly officers."


In April, 1861, the "Sabine" was tied up at Sabine Pass. Increase Burch became captain of a Confederate artillery company and Charles Burch served as a pilot or captain on a number of Confederate gunboats and transports. During the Battle of Sabine Pass in 1863, Charles Burch is listed among the crew as pilot of the "Uncle Ben". The "Uncle Ben" and "Josiah Bell" steamed from Orange, TX on January 20, 1863 and arrived in Sabine Pass in order to take part in the battle. Both steamers were instrumental in towing the captured Union vessels back to Sabine Pass.
Charles C. Burch is listed in the 1850 Census of Jefferson Co., TX, in the household of Increase (J.R.) Burch.
In the early 1850's there was an outbreak of yellow fever in Sabine Pass and it's possible that Hannah Topping (Charles' first wife) succumbed to the fever. Facts are unknown as of yet.
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/32407518/person/18253107883/story/483705cb-1a92-419e-93c4-b6cee70f106c?src=search
 
Burch, Charles Cutler (I21493)
 
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I Benjamin Pool of the County of Loudoun in the Colony of Virginia, Farmer, being weak in Body but of sound mind & memory thanks be given to Almighty God for the same But calling to mind the Mortality of Body and that it is appoynted for all n once to die I therefore recommend my Soul to Him who gave it & do ordain this my last Will & Testament in manner & form as followeth first Imprimis I will that all my just Debts & funeral expenses be paid & discharged by my Executors hereafter named 2d Item I will & order that my loving Wife Rebecca Pool & my son Joseph Pool shall have the use of my Plantatin & Stock & Household goods & Husbandry utensials untill my youngest child Israel Pool arrived to the age of Twenty one years and then the said Estate both land & Moveables to be sold & the money arising therefrom to be Equally divided amongst my children after my loving Wife has a Double share taken out Namely to my daughter Martha Pool one Equal share and to my Daughter Elisath Pool one equal share & to my Son Benjamin Pool one Equal share & to my daughter Hannah Pool one Equal share & to my Daughter Sarah Pool one equal share and to my Daughter Mary Pool one equal share & to my Son Israel one equal share. Lastly I will ordain & appoint my loving Wife Rebeccah Pool & my son Joseph Pool Executors of this my last Will & Testament.... in Witness whereof I hereunto set my hand & seal this 31st day of July in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and seventy three.
Benjamin Pool
In the presence of us James Dillon, Stephen Jones, William Dillon
At a Court continued and held for Loudoun County the 15th day of September 1773 This last Will & Testament of Benjamin Pool deced was proved by the Oath of Stephen Jones and by the affirmation of William Dillon Witnesses thereto & ordered toe recorded & on the motion of Rebecca Pool & Joseph Pool the Executors therein named Certificate is granted them for obtaining a Probat thereof in due form they having affirmed to the same & given Bond & security according to Law.
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Poole, Benjamin (not s-o Joseph) (I14004)
 
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122 Stone Ephraim 66 1794 Male North Carolina
122 Stone Catharine (Crouse) 46 1814 Female North Carolina
122 Stone Lafayett 14 1846 Male Georgia
122 Stone Wesley 12 1848 Male Tennessee

123 Mass (Moss) Loveless 26 1834 Male Tennessee
123 Mass Sarah (Stone, d/o Ephraim/Crouse) 23 1837 Female North Carolina
123 Mass William 5 1855 Male Tennessee
123 Mass Hiram 4 1856 Male Tennessee
123 Mass Nancy 1 1859 Female Tennessee
 
Stone, Ephraim (son?) (I37306)
 
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257 Bealle A J 33 1827 Male Kentucky
257 Bealle Mary A 32 1828 Kentucky
257 Bell Sallie A 10/12 1859 Missouri

257 Blevins G W 12 1848 male Missouri
257 Blevins J N 10 1850 male Missouri
257 Blevins Polly C 8 1852 Missouri
257 Blevins Rachael E 4 1856 Missouri


265 Corder B F 28 1832 male Missouri
265 Corder Mary A 26 1834 Kentucky
265 Corder Martha A 7 1853 Missouri
265 Corder Phoeba 5 1855 Missouri
265 Corder F M 3 1857 male Missouri

266 Corder Edward 50 1810 Tennessee
266 Corder Elizabeth 42 1818 Tennessee
266 Corder T J 22 1838 male Missouri
266 Corder Melissa F 25 1835 Missouri
266 Corder Nancy J 13 1847 Missouri
266 Corder Mary F 15 1845 Missouri


270 Blevins Stephen 59 1801 Virginia
270 Blevins Mahala 40 1820 Kentucky
270 Blevins W R 17 1843 male Missouri
270 Blevins Ezekiel 14 1846 Missouri
270 Blevins Robert 12 1848 Missouri
270 Blevins Rebecca 8 1852 Missouri
270 Blevins Anderson 6 1854 Missouri
270 Blevins Mcdonald 4 1856 Missouri
270 Blevins Lydia 6/12 1859 Missouri
270 Corder Nancy 13 1847 Missouri  
Blevins, Stephen Jr. (I37673)
 
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817 Allison William 35 1825 Male Tennessee
817 Allison Elizabeth (Clark) 30 1830 Female Tennessee
817 Allison Reuben C 12 1848 Male Tennessee
817 Allison Abraham M 10 1850 Male Tennessee
817 Allison Jasper D 8 1852 Male Tennessee
817 Allison Glatha J 6 1854 Female Tennessee
817 Allison William C 4 1856 Male Tennessee
817 Allison Russel C 2 1858 Male Tennessee

818 Clark Luther 54 1806 Male North Carolina
818 Clark Susan 50 1810 Female North Carolina
818 Clark Sarah 24 1836 Female Tennessee
818 Clark Mary 20 1840 Female Tennessee
818 Clark Martha 18 1842 Female Tennessee
818 Clark Rebecca 16 1844 Female Tennessee
818 Clark Milla F 13 1847 Female Tennessee
818 Clark Solomon 11 1849 Male Tennessee
 
Clark, Luther (I38982)
 
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Earl H. Nobles, 88, of Beaumont, died Tuesday, April 13, 2010. A native and lifelong resident of Beaumont, Earl was born October 15, 1921, to Mable Gilman Nobles and Jesse G. Nobles. He owned and operated Nobles Distributing Company and was a United States Air Force veteran having served during World War II and the Korean War. Survivors include his wife of sixty-eight years, Mary Nobles of Beaumont; daughter, Theresa Nobles Sampson and her husband Joey of Vidor; son, Steve Nobles and his wife Terry of Beaumont; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 9:00 a.m. Friday, April 16, 2010, at St. Anthony Cathedral Basilica with burial to follow at Forest Lawn Memorial Park under the direction of Broussard's, 1605 North Major Drive, Beaumont. A Christian Vigil will be 6:00 p.m. Thursday, April 15, 2010, at Broussard's. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Anthony Cathedral Basilica, P.O. Box 3309, Beaumont, Texas 77704. Complete and updated information may be viewed at www.broussards1889.com

Published in The Beaumont Enterprise on April 15, 2010  
Nobles, Earl H. (I32205)
 
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Samuel McDougle
Benjamin McDougle
William McDougle
Joshua McDougle
Charity McDougle - m William Tobin
Tobin children: James, William, John, Benjamin, Elijah, Deborah
McDougle - m (..) Cummins -
children Alfred, Rachel, Presley, Jackson, George, Elizabeth, Polly, Henby
Elizabeth McDougle (herself) b: 17 JUN 1791
William McDougle b: 05 OCT 1792 in Culpeper Co., VA - m Malinda 11 Jan 1795
dau: Mary Elizabeth McDougle b 15 Apr 1827
m (2) Mary Smoot
John McDougle b: 06 DEC 1805 in Culpeper Co., VA; d 2 Feb 1862 Wood Co, WV; m Ara Brown, 22 Jan 1836 Shenandoah Co, VA

 
Duke, Elizabeth (I10447)
 
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!15 Sep 1768: Fairfax Lease to Darby Aughtney, Anne Aughtney and William Oldham rec. 15 Sep 1768 for 400 acres on South Branch, Witnessed by Pet. Hog, Alex White, Gabriel Jones
!1795: Samuel Bray was to inherit half the land in Hampshire Co, VA (now in WV) left to his grandmother, Ann (Conway) Oldham AUGHNEY [1718-1796], by her husband, Darby Aughney [ca. 1714-1795], at the time of Ann's death. Source: 1795 will of Darby Aughney. Ann died April, 1796. Conway Rector [1760-1832] was to receive the other half of the land at the same time. He was the son of Nancy Ann Oldham [1744-1818] and Daniel Rector, Sr.[1738-1814].
!Will of Darby Aughney, Hampshire Co. WV, Vol 1, p. 48. He gives to daughter Wineford Nevil. Sage and Jones, Early Records of Hampshire County, VA, p. 107

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=thamm&id=I20551 
Aughney, Darby (I43067)
 
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!1661: Acted as attorney for Susannah Merryman so he was probably born before 1640.

!1671: Edward Dale had Daniel Harrison appointed a member of the Court of Lancaster Co.

!8 Dec 1674: Diana (Skipwith) Dale granted power of attourney to Daniel Harrison "my sonne in law." Lancaster Co., VA, Deed Book 4. The Price, Blakemore, Hamblen, Skipwith and Allied Lines. pg. 42.

!12 Dec 1677: Harrison, Daniel. Inv. 3 Oct. 1677. Rec. 12 Dec. 1677. Presented by Mary Harrison. W. B. 5, p. 44. Ida J. Lee, Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia, Wills 1653-1800, The Dietz Press, Inc., Richmond, VA, 1959.

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=thamm&id=I18474 
Harrison, Daniel (I43015)
 
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!19 Mar 1700: MARRIAGES, BIRTHS AND DEATHS IN RICHMOND COUNTY. EXTRACTS FROM NORTH FARNHAM PARISH REGISTER KEPT IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE AT WARSAW.

!7 Mar 1715: Named in brother Robert Downman's will as sister Priscilla Downman.

!5 Apr 1728: Named in brother Travers Downman's will as sister Priscilla Heale.

!3 Sep 1737: Heale, William. Ap. & Division. 8 July 1737. Rec. 3 Sept. 1737. Joseph Chinn, Gent. & Priscilla his wife for her part of her late husband, Mr. Wm. Heale's estate. W. B. 13, p. 62. Ida J. Lee, Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia, Wills 1653-1800, The Dietz Press, Inc., Richmond, VA, 1959.

!26 Apr 1762: Mentioned in Elizabeth Pinkards will as sister Priscilla Chinn.

!7 Jan 1763: Indenture bet. Jos.Chinn/Priscilla, Lancaster Co., VA
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=thamm&id=I1396
 
Downman, Priscilla (I42795)
 
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!19 Oct 1685: Born, William, son of William & Million Downman, Oct. 19, 1685. MARRIAGES, BIRTHS AND DEATHS IN RICHMOND COUNTY. EXTRACTS FROM NORTH FARNHAM PARISH REGISTER KEPT IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE AT WARSAW.

!7 Mar 1715: Named in brother Robert Downman's will.

!5 Apr 1728: Named in brother Travers Downman's will as brother William.

!11 May 1744: William Downman, Orphans account. James Ball, Jr. guardian to Jabez Downman, orphan of Wm Downman. Jesse Ball guardian of Rawleigh Downman, orphan of Wm Downman. WB 14, pp 17 and 205 (12 Aug 1748), Lancaster Co. VA. Ida J. Lee, Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia, Wills 1653-1800, The Dietz Press, Inc., Richmond, VA, 1959.

!3 Aug 1744: Downman, William. 15 Feb., 1738 - 3 Aug. 1744. Son Robert, son James, son William, son Travers, son Rawleigh, son Jabes; daughter Elizabeth; Major James Ball and Jesse Ball executors. William Glasscock, John Glasscock. Richmond County VA, Will Book 5.

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=thamm&id=I13438
 
Downman, William IV (I47522)
 
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!4 Jul 1733: Born, William, son of William & Esther Glasscock, July 4, 1733. Extracts from North Farnham Register, kept in the Clerk's Office at Warsaw. Richmond County, VA - Early Vital Records; William and Mary College Quarterly, Vol. 13, No. 2.

!20 Jan 1752: William Glasscock, Jun., & Elizabeth Chichester. Sec. Wm. Glasscock. pg 176. MARRIAGE BONDS IN LANCASTER COUNTY. William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 12, No. 3 (Jan., 1904), pp. 175-183.

!7 Feb 1752: A LETTER of William Downman to his brother, "Mr. Raleigh Downman at Joseph
Ball's Esqr in Stratford by bow, near London", dated "Virga Rappk, May 16, 1752", states that his "wife, mother and all ower friends are well"; "Miss Elizabeth Chichester & Mr William Glascock was married ye 7th of Febr last",

!27 May 1756: Mentioned in uncle John Glasscock's will as nephew William son of brother William.
!5 Feb 1784: Mentioned in father's will.

!1 Nov 1762: Hanks, Abraham Master: Glascock, William Beginning date: 11/01/1762 Sex: male. Richmond Co. VA, Orders 1762-1765, p. 32

!1763: "Jan. 31 ? This day we had it confirmed that Capt. Glascock ran away last week, & took a young woman with him, & left his wife. February 1. Mr,' Chichester went to see his sister Glasscock, who must be in great distress. Journal of Col. James Gordon. 1763. William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Vol. 12, July 1908, #1, p. 1.

!16 Jun 1763: "ORDERED the churchwardwens of North Farnham Parish for the time being bind Abraham Hanks to Turner Hanks According to Law he being now discharged from his former master William Glascock Junr. JOHN WOODBRIDGE. Richmond Co., VA

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=thamm&id=I14117
 
Glasscock, William Jr. (I47516)
 
37
!Marriages of Richmond County Virginia 1668-1853, George Harrison Sanford King, 1964, p. 123, 155, 200, 204.
!23 Feb 1716: Born, Betty, daughter of Anthony & Eliza Sydnor, Feb. 23, 1716-'17. Extracts from North Farnham Register, kept in the Clerk's Office at Warsaw. Richmond County, VA - Early Vital Records; William and Mary College Quarterly, Vol. 13, No. 2.
!1768: Mentioned in husband's will as wife Betty.
!25 Aug 1777: Will of her mother Elizabeth Dew Synor in Richmond Co. VA, names her as late deceased daughter Betty Tarpley.
!1 Sep 1777: Will of Betty Tarpley written 14 Aug 1777 and recorded 1 Sep 1777. Wanted to be buried in the Farnham Parish churchyard next to her husband. Wills of Richmond County, Virginia 1699-1800, Robert K. Headley, Jr., Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore 1983, p. 148-149.

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=thamm&id=I16631 
Snydor, Elizabeth (I43001)
 
38
"Clay, Cassius (Marcellus) (1810-1903) Son of Green Clay; second cousin of Henry Clay; brother of Brutus Junius Clay (1808-1878); father of Brutus Junius Clay (1847-1932). Born in Madison County, Ky., October 19, 1810. Member of Kentucky state house of representatives, 1835-37, 1840; served in the U.S. Army during the Mexican War; candidate for Republican nomination for Vice-President, 1860; U.S. Minister to Russia, 1861-62, 1863-69; general in the Union Army during the Civil War. Probably the best-known Southern emancipationist; freed his own slaves in 1844 and edited the only Southern antislavery newspaper in 1845-47. Shot point-blank during a speech in 1843, he used a Bowie knife to cut off the attacker's ear and nose and cut out one eye; tried for mayhem and found not guilty. Died, of kidney failure, in Madison County, Ky., July 22, 1903. Interment at Richmond Cemetery, Richmond, Ky."

"Cassius Marcellus Clay's wife was Mary Jane Warfield. She was born in 1813 and died in 1900. His second wife was only 15 years old and I can't remember when they married or her name. Clay and Warfield were married on February 26, 1833 in Fayette County, Kentucky. I have a book about his life but don't know where it is at the moment." Marcia

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mysouthernfamily/myff/d0025/g0000085.html#I46743 
Clay, General Cassius Marcellus (I28458)
 
39
"John Sparks made his will in 1731 and after his death on April 19, 1737, the will was entered into court for probate on May 24, 1737. Here is the full text:

THE LAST WILL OF JOHN SPARKS OF QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND

"In the name of God Amen. I, John Sparkes, of Queen Anne's County and Province of Maryland, Planter, being sick and weak but of sound mind and perfect memory and not knowing how long it may please God to call me Doe make ordain & publish this to be my last Will & Testament.

"First and Principally I Bequeath my Soul to Almighty God my Creat or & merciful Redeemer and my Body to the Earth to be buried in a Christian like manner by my executors hereafter named and as for the Worldly Goods it had pleased God to bless me with I Devise Bequeath and Dispose of in manner & form following after my just debts are duly paid.

"Item. I give and bequeath unto my five sons George, John, Millington, Absalom and Caleb my three tracts of land viz: one called "Sparkes Inclosure" containing 195 acres, "Sparkes Choice" containing 100 acres & 100 acres lying in his Lordships Mannor in Queen Anne's County on the southeast branch of Chester River the whole containing 395 acres to be equally divided between them & their heirs and assigns forever.

"My will is that my loving wife Cornelia Sparkes have the use of my dwelling Plantation and Appurtenances thereto belonging to her Widowhood & no longer, as also the use of my Negro man Will during her life and after her decease then my Will is that my said Negro Man be & remain to my son Caleb to him and his heirs and assigns forever.

"As for the remainder of my Personal estate I leave to be equally divided one third to my loving wife Cornelia Sparkes and the other two thirds among my nine children viz: George, John, Millington, Absalom, Caleb, Sarah, Mary, Rachell & Cornelia to them their heirs & assigns forever.

"Item. I give and bequeath to my Granddaughter, Sarah Sparkes, daughter of my son William, deceased one featherbed two blankets & a Rug to her her heirs & assigns forever.

"And Lastly I Doe consitutute Authorize and Appoint my loving wife Cornelia Sparkes my whole & sole executor of this my last Will & Testment to see this my Will performed and Doe hereby revoke annul and make void all other Wills by me heretofor made & this only to be deemed and taken for my last Will & Testament for witness whereof I have hereunto sett my seal this 28th day of Janry 1731. his
Signed Sealed Pronounced & Declared [signed] John J S Sparkes
to be the last Will & Testament of mark
the said John Sparkes.
Jacob Kelley, Margt Kelley, Eliza Sparkes
(here follows deputy commissioners verification)

"Cornelia Sparks, widow of John, qualified as his executrix on May 28, 1737, with George Elliott and John Merrideth as her bondsmen and her bond was fixed at 200 pounds. On June 3, 1737, she returned an inventory of the personal property of her deceased husband amounting to 158 pounds. The property had been appraised by John Earl and Edward Brown. Two of John Sparks's sons, John, Jr., and Millington, were witnesses to the inventory.

"Cornelia Sparks did not live long enough to complete the settlement of her husband's estate; she died on December 22, 1737. After her death (both her date of death and that of her husband were recorded in the Register of St. Luke's Parish) her son, George Sparks, was appointed Administrator de Bonis non to finish the settlement of the estates of both of his parents. He made a final accounting of the estate of his mother on December 14, 1739. After all debts were satisfied, the estate of Cornelia Sparks amounted to 108 pounds. Representatives of Cornelia included eight of her children: George Sparks, John Sparks, Millington Sparks, Absal om Sparks, Caleb Sparks, Sarah Herbert, Mary Ruth and Cornelia Alley."
END OF ARTICLE p. 1701.
http://www.sparksfamilytree.net/ghtout/npr416.html#H02226
 
Sparks, John (I6117)
 
40
(daughter of James-1775; wid of James Vanwinkle)
1484 Van Winkle Patience (Scarbrough) 44 1806 Tennessee
1484 Van Winkle Thomas 24 1826 Tennessee
1484 Van Winkle James 21 1829 Tennessee
1484 Van Winkle Jacob 19 1831 Tennessee

(son of James)
1485 Scarborough Elisha 37 1813 Tennessee
1485 Scarborough Lucinda 40 1810 Georgia
1485 Scarborough Susan M 14 1836 Tennessee
1485 Scarborough Mally ann 12 1838 Tennessee
1485 Scarborough William W 8 1842 Tennessee
1485 Scarborough Temperance J 5 1845 Tennessee

(father of James, Elisha, and Patience)
1486 Scarborough James 75 1775 Virginia
1486 Scarborough Jane (Janetta Shannon) 74 1776 Pennsylvania
1486 Scarborough SE sewe 30 1820 Tennessee
1486 Carder Thomas 51 1799 Tennessee
1486 White John 32 1818 Tennessee
1486 Dyer Caroline 27 1823 Tennessee
1486 Dyer Rachell 9 1841 Tennessee
1486 Dyer James 1 1849 Tennessee

(son of James)
1487 Scarborough Lewis 34 1816 Tennessee
1487 Scarborough Nancy (Sapp) 29 1821 Tennessee
1487 Scarborough Margarett J 11 1839 Tennessee
1487 Scarborough James 8 1842 Tennessee
1487 Scarborough Elisabeth 6 1844 Tennessee
1487 Scarborough John 3 1847 Tennessee
 
Scarborough, Patience (I38116)
 
41
(daughter of James-1775; wid of James Vanwinkle)
1484 Van Winkle Patience (Scarbrough) 44 1806 Tennessee
1484 Van Winkle Thomas 24 1826 Tennessee
1484 Van Winkle James 21 1829 Tennessee
1484 Van Winkle Jacob 19 1831 Tennessee

(son of James)
- 1485 Scarborough Elisha 37 1813 Tennessee
1485 Scarborough Lucinda 40 1810 Georgia
1485 Scarborough Susan M 14 1836 Tennessee
1485 Scarborough Mally ann 12 1838 Tennessee
1485 Scarborough William W 8 1842 Tennessee
1485 Scarborough Temperance J 5 1845 Tennessee

(father of James, Elisha, and Patience)
- 1486 Scarborough James 75 1775 Virginia
1486 Scarborough Jane (Janetta Shannon) 74 1776 Pennsylvania
1486 Scarborough SE sewe 30 1820 Tennessee
1486 Carder Thomas 51 1799 Tennessee
1486 White John 32 1818 Tennessee
1486 Dyer Caroline 27 1823 Tennessee
1486 Dyer Rachell 9 1841 Tennessee
1486 Dyer James 1 1849 Tennessee

(son of James)
- 1487 Scarborough Lewis 34 1816 Tennessee
1487 Scarborough Nancy (Sapp) 29 1821 Tennessee
1487 Scarborough Margarett J 11 1839 Tennessee
1487 Scarborough James 8 1842 Tennessee
1487 Scarborough Elisabeth 6 1844 Tennessee
1487 Scarborough John 3 1847 Tennessee
 
Scarborough, Elisha (or Elijah) (I38456)
 
42 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Nobles, Kermit (I39535)
 
43
----- Original Message -----
From: Mary Bunn
To: lumoto@aol.com
Sent: Thursday, September 29, 2011 7:05 PM
Subject: Block Family


I did visit this site and thoroughly enjoyed it. It has more information than I have been able to find. Thank you so much.

I am Mary Lavinia Hogg Bunn, granddaughter of Mary Susanna Johanna Levina Byrne Block. All the information I have I got from old books my grandmother had. There was another child born to Leopold and Mary J L Block - Nona. From old letters, when Grandma Block died a relative took her
because they did not think Grandpa Block could care for a baby. I believe she lived with relatives in Weatherford.

If this is not the same family, I'm sorry for the intrusion.

Sincerely,
Mary Bunn 
Block, Nona (I34442)
 
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----- Original Message -----
From: Nancy J. Fosburgh
To: lumoto@aol.com
Sent: Friday, January 20, 2012 4:18 PM
Subject: Mary Row Campbell


You will find Mary Cammell in 1880 Robertson Co TX with son, Louis B and daughter & son-in-law, Sarah & John Means.

I am a descendant of Elizabeth Campbell & John W Holt--she was daughter of William Campbell & Mary Row. The Holts (my gg-grandparents) were next door to the Campbells in 1870 Madison Co TX

Nancy Fosburgh
Duncanville, TX
 
Campbell, Elizabeth (I39861)
 
45
1782, May - John White and James White arrived with their families in Natchez Terr. on the lower Mississippi River. James dies here c1783. The Spanish record here lists the families that arrived in May, 1782 in Natchez. [Natchez Court Records 1767-1805]

Relacion de familias americanas, signed Carlos de Grand-Pré, Natchez, July 6, 1782 AGI, PC, leg. 193-b.
13 familias como sigue:
Individuos Esclavos (slaves)
Thomas Green, wife & children 11 32
Thomas Marston Green, wife & son 11 3
Cato West, wife and son 8 3
Guillaume Duelt, wife and children 3 23
David Smith, wife & children 5 7 Guillermo David & wife & children 4 2
Juan White, wife & children 8 1
Tiago White, wife & children 11 1
Ricardo Gooden, wife & children 5 2
Thomas Ethridge, wife & children 4 -
Xphal Ryer & wife 2 -
Guillermo Barland 1 -
------
Pasageros y enganchados: 7 72 88
Total: 79

note: Guillame Duelt is probably William Dewitt who had married Catherine White, the daughter of William White, just before the voyage.
Juan White is John White.
Guillaume White is William White brother to both Juan and Tiago (James) White.
 
White, William Esq. (I2171)
 
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1810 Pughton Frederick
list of some relatives/neighbors in same census
Thomas Lindsey <<<
George Hollingsworth
James price
Edward B. Jones
.... Provmie McCormick
Thomas McCormick
William McCormick
Jacob Lindsey (brother)
Mary Lindsey
Samuel Green
Elizabeth Roland
Richard Green
David Greenlee
Samuel Conner

Thomas Roberts
Michal Smith

Bartholomew Smith 
Lindsey, Thomas (I4217)
 
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1870 census Fayette Co, Texas
Between Buckners Creek and Colorado River,
Fayette, Texas; P.O. LaGrange

residence 91
Wm A Faires 64
Ada Faires 58
Wm A Faires 34
James Faires 24
Sarah Faires 21 (prob wife of James)
Carrie Faires 4
Jennie O Faires 9/12
William Moore 21 field hand N.C. 1849 (prob bro to Hannah Jane Moore Faires, w/o John Wesley)

residence 92
Henry Faires 23 Texas
Sarah 21 Texas
Warren 1/12 Texas 
Moore, William (I61806)
 
48
19 Apr 1751
Lewis Neill was commissioned sheriff of Frederick County by Lewis Burrell, president of the Council of Virginia, April 19, 1751. He was the fifth person to hold this office. His bondsmen were Meredith Helm, Samuel Earle, Thomas Swearingen, Leonard Helm, William Cocks, Robert Calvert, Peter Wolf, John Jones, John Madden, John Shearer, John Thurman, John McCormick, all of Frederick County, and William Russell, of Culpeper County. They were bound in the sum of one thousand pounds sterling. The cornmission was renewed September 13, 1751, and he was always afterwards styled Lewis Neill, gentleman.

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=frostinaz01&id=I10444 
Earle, Samuel III (I43386)
 
49
1915 Lincoln Kiowa Co, Kansas
residence 2
--Benton Williams 28 1887 Tennessee
Licey Williams 21 1894 Tennessee

residence 6
George S. Hitchcock 53 1862
Amanda C. Hichcock 52 1863
Ruth A. Hitchcock 18 1897 (niece)
(Louisa) Ann Williams 84 1831 (motherL)
Wm.L. Williams 54 1861 (brotherL)
George Brown 19 1896 ?

residence 8
James Williams 59 1856
Lois E. 48 1867
Beecher M. Williams 20 1895 Kansas
Haskal S. Williams 18 1897 Kansas
Amanda I. Williams 16 1899 Kansas
John H. Williams 13 1902 Kansas
Ida E. Williams 11 1904 Kansas
Flossie B. 9 1906 Kansas

residence 4
James E. (Earl James) Williams 24 1891 Kansas
Alice Williams 24 1891 Missouri
Viona Williams 2 1913 Kansas
Earline Williams 6 mo 1915 Kansas

residence 3 (Nephew of George Hancock)
H.G. (Herman) Hitchcock 24 1891 Tennessee
Mattie Hitchcock 20 1895 Tennessee
William P. Hitchcock 1 1914 Kansas
 
Williams, James Monroe (I39150)
 
50
1915 Lincoln Kiowa Co, Kansas
residence 2
--Benton Williams 28 1887 Tennessee
Licey Williams 21 1894 Tennessee

residence 6
George S. Hitchcock 53 1862
Amanda C. Hichcock 52 1863
Ruth A. Hitchcock 18 1897 (niece)
(Louisa) Ann Williams 84 1831 (motherL)
Wm.L. Williams 54 1861 (brotherL)
George Brown 19 1896 ?

residence 8
James Williams 59 1856
Lois E. 48 1867
Beecher M. Williams 20 1895 Kansas
Haskal S. Williams 18 1897 Kansas
Amanda I. Williams 16 1899 Kansas
John H. Williams 13 1902 Kansas
Ida E. Williams 11 1904 Kansas
Flossie B. 9 1906 Kansas

residence 4
James E. (Earl James) Williams 24 1891 Kansas
Alice Williams 24 1891 Missouri
Viona Williams 2 1913 Kansas
Earline Williams 6 mo 1915 Kansas

residence 3 (Nephew of George Hancock)
H.G. (Herman) Hitchcock 24 1891 Tennessee
Mattie Hitchcock 20 1895 Tennessee
William P. Hitchcock 1 1914 Kansas
 
Williams, James Earl (I39162)
 
51
1915 Lincoln Kiowa Co, Kansas
residence 2
--Benton Williams 28 1887 Tennessee
Licey Williams 21 1894 Tennessee

residence 6
George S. Hitchcock 53 1862
Amanda C. Hichcock 52 1863
Ruth A. Hitchcock 18 1897 (niece)
(Louisa) Ann Williams 84 1831 (motherL)
Wm.L. Williams 54 1861 (brotherL)
George Brown 19 1896 ?

residence 8
James Williams 59 1856
Lois E. 48 1867
Beecher M. Williams 20 1895 Kansas
Haskal S. Williams 18 1897 Kansas
Amanda I. Williams 16 1899 Kansas
John H. Williams 13 1902 Kansas
Ida E. Williams 11 1904 Kansas
Flossie B. 9 1906 Kansas

residence 4
James E. (Earl James) Williams 24 1891 Kansas
Alice Williams 24 1891 Missouri
Viona Williams 2 1913 Kansas
Earline Williams 6 mo 1915 Kansas

residence 3 (Nephew of George Hancock)
H.G. (Herman) Hitchcock 24 1891 Tennessee
Mattie Hitchcock 20 1895 Tennessee
William P. Hitchcock 1 1914 Kansas
 
Williams, William Licusgus (I39153)
 
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2 Jun 1900 Wayne Co, Mississippi

Cooley, John V. head Jun 1868 31
Sarah E. wife Nov 1875 24
William D. Feb 1892 8
Elijah W. son Nov 1893 6
Martin V.B. son Feb 1895 5
Lettie E. dau Dec 1896 3
Rintha A. dau Oct 1899 7/12
Sanderson, Mary A. aunt Apr 1837 63 wd MS SC SC

two residences then...

Moses C Cooley Jr. 48 Mar 1852 m age 20
Bettie Cooley 40 1860 Feb 1860 8 births 8 living
Orange Cooley 19 Jun 1881
Callie Cooley 17 Feb 1883
Easter Cooley 13 Dec 1886
Berry Cooley 12 May 1888
William Cooley 9 Dec 1890
Ellie Cooley 7 Nov 1892
Albert Cooley 5 Nov 1892
Della Cooley 2 May 1895

next door:
Cooley Moses Sr. Aug 1831 68 m 46 yrs
Margaret A. Nov 1836 63 10 births 9 living
Easter mother Sep 1804 95 wd 13 births 4 living SC SC SC

next door:
Cooley, Robert H Aug 1873 26
Lula Apr 1883 16

next door:
Halbard Mar 1866 34 m 11 yrs (1889)
Uda T. Jan 1871 29
Osolo A. Jul 1890 9
Hugh H. Jan 1892 8
Frederick M. Apr 1893 7
William O. Jun 1895 4
Susan C. Jun 1897 2
Eugenia B. dau Aug 1899 9/12

next door
Sanderson Halbard D. Mar 1867 33
Eliza wife Jun 1876 23
Dewy E. son Mar 1898 2
Flora V. dau Jul 1899 10/12


 
Cooley, Harbard Hugh Sr. (I9067)
 
53
About Archibald Woods

DAR Ancestor #: A128820

Son of Martha Poage and Andrew Woods
Pension R11825V Rank Sergeant, Virginia Militia
Married Anne Pogue; 8 children
In 1788 he was sent as a representative to the Constitutional Convention in Righmond, VA.
He also served in the War of 1812 and founded Woodsfield Ohio in Monroe Co.

Biography

from Woods family papers, William L. Clements Library, The University of Michigan.

The youngest of Andrew and Martha's children, Archibald (1764-1846), extended the prominence of the family in the social and political circles of western Virginia. Born and raised in Albemarle County, Va., Archibald enlisted in the Virginia Militia at the age of only 16, and was under the command of Gen. William Campbell at Yorktown when he was wounded. At the war's end in 1783, he and two of his brothers followed their father's pioneering ways and emigrated to the Ohio Valley, a region then unsettled by whites that stretched to the Monongahela River and included parts of what today is West Virginia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Having received warrants for several thousand acres in the Ohio Valley in remuneration for his service in the war, Archibald, like many of his fellow veterans, availed himself of the lucrative opportunity to speculate in "western" lands, a business in which he was eminently successful. Over several years, he occupied himself in surveying and purveying lands in the Ohio Valley, and in the process, he accrued a very substantial estate.

Still only 22 in 1788, Archibald was sent as a representative to the U.S. Constitutional convention in Richmond, and for twenty years thereafter, he was president of the Northwestern Bank of Virginia and of the County Court of Ohio County. Despite his other activities, Archibald never flagged in his commitment to the military. In 1809, he was commissioned as Colonel of the 4th Virginia Regiment, and remained on duty until the end of the War of 1812.

In 1787, Archibald built the first wing of "Woodsdale," a home on Homestead Lane near Wheeling, W.Va., that would remain the family seat for over 160 years. Plans from 1815-1816 reveal a modest home consisting of "a frame house 26 feet by 34 in the clear two stories high..." It was here that Archibald Woods brought his bride, Anne Poage, in 1789 to live and raise a family, and succeeding generations added their own touches, extending the house and grounds. Archibald's son John J. (b. 1807) continued farming the land, and following his marriage to Ruth H. Jacob in 1848, began raising his own family on the John J. Woods Home Farm. In 1891, Ruth and her children ceded a portion of the original property to establish Woodsdale Park, and in 1897, John's heirs further subdivided the estate. Still, one of John's sons, Archibald (d. 1912), managed to continue the operation of the farm, and even after his untimely death in 1912, his wife, Rebecca, remained there to raise her three daughters.

With the steady growth of the small communities around Woodsdale in the late 19th century, by 1919, the Home Farm had become completely engulfed by the city of Wheeling. Prior to the marriage of Archibald and Rebecca in 1905, several parcels had been sold as building lots for residential purposes. The Woodsdale Children's Home, along with several private residences were built on portions of the Home Farm between the 1890s and 1910s. The original homestead was torn down in 1949, though the entrance and the streets bearing the names of early settlers remain.
Notes

Folder 30 Bills of sale from Geo[rge] Sampson,Northampton County, Virginia, to Archi[bal]d Woods, 15 December 1787. 2 items. "For 2 slaves, a boy named Littleton and a girl named Pink."
Elijah Woods, Sr. was born in Rockingham Co., Virginia, in 1778. He migrated from that county to the Upper Ohio Valley, with his Uncle Archibald Woods. (from a letter from Dr. Tiffin to Worthington, in the Ohio State Library, Worthington Manuscript Collection, and from Thomas Worthington's Biography , "mention is made on page 20 about moving from Virginia to Chillicothe, Ohio, a Mr. Woods and several large boys who were millwrights, with a group of five free Negro servants joining them in their journey, 1798")
Archibald Woods settled about three miles east of Wheeling on a farm which now composes Woodsdale, Woodlawn and some other residential areas. He also had 6,000 acres in Tyler County, Virginia. (according to his will).

Sources

Woods family papers, William L. Clements Library, The University of Michigan.
Archibald Woods Papers, Manuscripts and Rare Books Department, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.
Chronicles of the Scotch Irish Settlement of Virginia by Lyman Chalkey. Vol. 2, pp 290-299

Links

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3349820&id=I06524
Find A Grave Memorial# 75974229


http://www.geni.com/people/Col-Archibald-Woods/6000000000316027433 
Woods, Col Archibald (I56452)
 
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Beaumont, Texas
Lillian Jones

Mrs. Lillian Francis Jones, 73, of 4310 Congress, died at 11:45 A.M. Wednesday in St. Elizabeth Hospital. She was born in Beaumont on January 22, 1904 and resided here all her life. She was a member of the Washington Blvd. Christian Church, Sh Park Chapter Order of Eastern Star No. 1056 and the Rebecca Lodge.

Funeral services will be conducted Thursday, December 8, 1977 at 3:30 P.M. in the chapel of Carroll-Wallace Funeral Home with Rev. Delmar Dabney, pastor of Cathedral in the Pines Christian Center officiating. Interment will follow in Forest Lawn cemetery.

Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. R.E. Moyer and Mrs. Dean Redford both of Beaumont; one son, Ogden K. Jones, Jr., of Beaumont; four sisters, Beatrice O'Neal of Groves, Gladys Runnels of Beaumont, Margaret Mudd of Colmesneil and Daisy Douglas of Houston; one brother, Hal Courts of Vidor; three grandchildren, Mrs. T.L. Sharp and D.A. Jones, both of Beaumont and
W.K. Parmley of Houston; four great-grandchildren, Cynthia Ann Parmley of Houston and Chad Allan Jones, John E. Sharp and Robert L. Sharp, all of Beaumont.

Pallbearers will be selected from South Park Masonic Lodge No. 1320.2

1Errata: It was Thursday, December 8.
2Pallbearers were: Jim Holliday, S. Chesson, J.E. Fail, Dan Haley, C. Reeves, Joe Janak.
 
Courts, Lillian* Frances (I31107)
 
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BIOGRAPHY: In March of 1655, Obadiah Miller complained in court that Joane, his wife, abused him with reproachful terms or names as calling him fool, toad, vermine, and threatening him; also she fell upon him and beat him and scratched his hands and face. John Lamb testified that he heard her say she would knock him on the head and she did often call him fool and other reproachful terms; Thomas Miller testified that when his brother, Obadiah, and his wife lived with him he often heard her call him names and she said she did not love him; but she hated him. For her vile behavior towards her husband she was taken forth to the whipping post to receive so many stripes on the naked body as the commissioners should see cause to inflict upon her. She was brought forth, but made earnest protestations for better carriage toward her husband and so the punishment was remitted but she was told that for the least miscarriage toward Obadiah she should be brought forth again to receive a good whipping on the naked body. In 1692, Samuel Barnard (prentice to Obadiah Miller) was in court for throwing stones at glass windows. He denied it and was admonished and discharged.
 
Cogan (Coggin), Mrs. Joane* (..) (immigrant) (I4118)
 
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Court & Sparks
Author: Cindy Torres Owens Date: 5 Mar 1999 12:00 PM GMT
Surnames: Court, Sparks, Rouqette
Classification: Query
In Reply to: SPARKS, JONES by: Sherry Sharp
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HI Sherry! Thought I'd post this here as well. Justfound another Court/Sparks connection. Remember I asked you if the Sparks that I knew of down in Rockport, Aransas Co., TX were related to the Jefferson Co ones? well in the obituary of Wanda Rouquette Sparks (a cousin to me via the Rouquette/Simpson family)it mentions her sister-in-law- Mary Ellen COURT of SC! Isn't this curious?! Cindy

 
Rouquette, Wanda Etoy (I10361)
 
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buried at St. Helen's Church, Bishopgate, England 
Wright, Nathaniel (I43641)
 
58
Burrell, J.J. self 35 1846 TX LA NY stock raiser
Alzena wife 35 1845 TX -- LA
Lawrence 10 1870 son TX TX TX
Ch. W. 10 1870 son TX TX TX
Lea Nora 8 1872 dau TX TX TX
Lemora 7 1873 dau TX TX TX
Willie 4 1876 son TX TX TX
Elva 3 1877 dau TX TX TX
Grafton 1 1879 son TX TX TX

next door:
Burrell, D.R. self 35 1845 TX LA NY farmer
Martha wife 23 1857 TX LA LA
Lemander, son 8 1872 TX TX TX
Frederick, son 5 1875 TX TX TX
Cora, dau 3 1877 TX TX TX
Monroe, son 1 1879 TX TX TX
Nancy, Mother 55 1825 wid NY Connecticut Connecticut
George, bro 31 1849 TX LA NY single laborer
S.C. (Sarah) sis 26 1854 TX LA NY
Frank, bro 23 1857 TX LA NY single laborer
Electa, sis age 14 1866 TX LA NY
Mabel niece age 1 1879 TX -- --

 
Burrell, Electa Annette (I1805)
 
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Burrell, J.J. self 35 1846 TX LA NY stock raiser
Alzena wife 35 1845 TX -- LA
Lawrence 10 1870 son TX TX TX
Ch. W. 10 1870 son TX TX TX
Lea Nora 8 1872 dau TX TX TX
Lemora 7 1873 dau TX TX TX
Willie 4 1876 son TX TX TX
Elva 3 1877 dau TX TX TX
Grafton 1 1879 son TX TX TX

next door:
Burrell, D.R. self 35 1845 TX LA NY farmer
Martha wife 23 1857 TX LA LA
Lemander, son 8 1872 TX TX TX
Frederick, son 5 1875 TX TX TX
Cora, dau 3 1877 TX TX TX
Monroe, son 1 1879 TX TX TX
Nancy, Mother 55 1825 wid NY Connecticut Connecticut
George, bro 31 1849 TX LA NY single laborer
S.C. (Sarah) sis 26 1854 TX LA NY
Frank, bro 23 1857 TX LA NY single laborer
Electa, sis age 14 1866 TX LA NY
Mabel niece age 1 1879 TX -- --
 
Burrell, Frances "Frank" (I1804)
 
60
C.D. James T. Smith, married
occupation, carpenter, trade of construction;
father Thomas F. Smith, Tennessee; mother Mary Ellen Court, Texas
died St. Mary's Hospital in Port Arthur, of congestive heart failure
informant, Garland I. Smith
 
Smith, James Thomas (I16325)
 
61
Court Cause No. 16107
W.P.H. McFaddin, Jr., et al
vs
Unknown Heirs of Caroline Sparks, et al

Court Cause No. 18399
W.P.H. McFaddin, Jr., et al
vs
Robert S. Frugia, et al


Court Cause No. 20324
W.P.H. McFaddin, Jr. et al
vs.
Coy V. Courts, et al (Sr.)

On this 10th day of August 1961, came on to be heard the application of the plaintiffs in the above entitled and numbered cause for an order of the court showing that the plaintiffs have complied with the judgments previously entered in said cause and further showing that the plaintiffs or their successors in interest are entitled to the free and unrestricted use of the land hereinafter described, as set forth in plaintiff's petition in the above entitled and numbered causes...
(pgs 10-13 of attached pdf) 
Courts, Donald (I21555)
 
62
date of 9 April 1723 is associated with his birth, but possibly baptism (?) 
Wright, Moses (I43714)
 
63
Edgecombe County, NC
Deed Book 4, p517
Nathaniel Holley and Jane his wife of Granville County
to Thomas Good of Edgecombe County
26 Aug 1753
100 pds sterling
150 A on more or less on the north side of Buck Swamp
all houses, orchards, gardens, etc. part of 640 acres taken up by Edward Simmons, 17 Oct 1735
and is the land Edward Simmons gave his daughter Jane Holley.
Wit: John Bradford, Robert Harris
Reg. Edgecombe Precinct
27 Oct 1753
 
Holley, Nathaniel (I58017)
 
64
Following information is from Betty L. Dagenais biographical sketch of Allison family in 1984 Buchanan County History book -



"John Allison, son of William, married in Warren Co, KY in 1801 his neighbor, Rachel Anne Barnes (1786-1846), daughter of Eleanor and Frederick Barnes. In 1810, John joined a band of 150 Kentuckians migrating to Howard County, Missouri; his objective was to scout the new territory for a location for his family. He returned to Kentucky, however, and in a few years moved wife and children to Alabama. Apparently the Allisons were not satisfied there, for they returned to their Kentucky home to prepare for a journey to Missouri. Before 1820, John, Rachel, and 7 children were settled in a grove along Tabo Creek near present-day Dover in Lafayette County, MO. John was interested in more than land; with associates, he sought to establish a church along the Missouri frontier. he and his oldest son (William George Allison) had been trained as Elders in the then-new Christian Church movement (of Alexander Campbell and Barton W. Stone), having attended meetings at Cane Ridge in Kentucky. The congregation of today's Dover Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) considered an historic Missouri church, dates from the organization by John Allison and others. John and Rachel Allison are buried in the Dover, MO cemetery."
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/1507586/person/101380242/media/2?pgnum=1&pg=0&pgpl=pid%7cpgNum 
Allison, John Alexander (I35699)
 
65
found in this tree:
http://danielscheer.com/family2/individual.php?pid=I7137&ged=scheer.GED&tab=0
 
Barrilleaux, Doris Dorothy (I41924)
 
66
Glasscocks, Rusts and Orears interrelated
by marriages, but heads of these households
don't seem to be directly related.

residence 81
Glasscock, Thomas 28 1822 VA carpenter
Malvilla 21 1829 VA
Roberta 2 VA
Nattilary 0 VA
Timberlyn, John 56 1794 VA

residence 85 (brothers?)
Glasscock, Nimrod 44 1806 VA laborer
Catherine 44 VA
Thomas W. 18 1832 VA
Nimrod 16 1834 VA
Levoy B. 8 1842
Jno F. 5 1845


residence 75
Rust, James 70 1780 VA farmer 17,000
Sarah 61 1789 VA
Carter, Hannah E. 32 1818 VA
Carter, James A. 7 1843 VA
Carter, Frances J. 6 1844 VA
Rust, Sarah A. 29 1821 VA
Rust, Emily 27 1823 VA
Rust, James B. 26 1824 VA

-residence 76
Orear, Enoch 50 1800 VA landlord farmer 12,000
Orear, Catherine 38 1812 VA
Orear, Mary F. 18 1832
Orear, Harriett H. 16 1834
Orear, Louisa 12 1838
Orear, Adelade 10 1840
Orear, Bettio D. 6 1844
Marton, Edward B. 24 1826 NY
Able, Robert 25 1824 VA
 
Glasscock, Thomas J. (son?) (I42916)
 
67
Glasscocks, Rusts and Orears interrelated
by marriages, but heads of these households
don't seem to be directly related.

residence 81
Glasscock, Thomas 28 1822 VA carpenter
Malvilla 21 1829 VA
Roberta 2 VA
Nattilary 0 VA
Timberlyn, John 56 1794 VA

residence 85 (brothers?)
Glasscock, Nimrod 44 1806 VA laborer
Catherine 44 VA
Thomas W. 18 1832 VA
Nimrod 16 1834 VA
Levoy B. 8 1842
Jno F. 5 1845


residence 75
Rust, James 70 1780 VA farmer 17,000
Sarah 61 1789 VA
Carter, Hannah E. 32 1818 VA
Carter, James A. 7 1843 VA
Carter, Frances J. 6 1844 VA
Rust, Sarah A. 29 1821 VA
Rust, Emily 27 1823 VA
Rust, James B. 26 1824 VA

-residence 76
Orear, Enoch 50 1800 VA landlord farmer 12,000
Orear, Catherine 38 1812 VA
Orear, Mary F. 18 1832
Orear, Harriett H. 16 1834
Orear, Louisa 12 1838
Orear, Adelade 10 1840
Orear, Bettio D. 6 1844
Marton, Edward B. 24 1826 NY
Able, Robert 25 1824 VA
 
Rust, James (I42942)
 
68
Glasscocks, Rusts and Orears interrelated
by marriages, but heads of these households
don't seem to be directly related.

residence 81
Glasscock, Thomas 28 1822 VA carpenter
Malvilla 21 1829 VA
Roberta 2 VA
Nattilary 0 VA
Timberlyn, John 56 1794 VA

residence 85 (brothers?)
Glasscock, Nimrod 44 1806 VA laborer
Catherine 44 VA
Thomas W. 18 1832 VA
Nimrod 16 1834 VA
Levoy B. 8 1842
Jno F. 5 1845


residence 75
Rust, James 70 1780 VA farmer 17,000
Sarah 61 1789 VA
Carter, Hannah E. 32 1818 VA
Carter, James A. 7 1843 VA
Carter, Frances J. 6 1844 VA
Rust, Sarah A. 29 1821 VA
Rust, Emily 27 1823 VA
Rust, James B. 26 1824 VA

-residence 76
Orear, Enoch 50 1800 VA landlord farmer 12,000
Orear, Catherine 38 1812 VA
Orear, Mary F. 18 1832
Orear, Harriett H. 16 1834
Orear, Louisa 12 1838
Orear, Adelade 10 1840
Orear, Bettio D. 6 1844
Marton, Edward B. 24 1826 NY
Able, Robert 25 1824 VA
 
Orear, Enoch (I42935)
 
69
Groom's Name: Charlie Ridings
Groom's Birth Date:
Groom's Birthplace:
Groom's Age:
Bride's Name: Hattie Harrison
Bride's Birth Date:
Bride's Birthplace:
Bride's Age:
Marriage Date: 07 Jun 1911
Marriage Place: Mclennan, Texas
Groom's Father's Name:
Groom's Mother's Name:
Bride's Father's Name:
Bride's Mother's Name:
Groom's Race:
Groom's Marital Status: Single
Groom's Previous Wife's Name:
Bride's Race:
Bride's Marital Status: Single
Bride's Previous Husband's Name:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M75250-0
System Origin: Texas-EASy
Source Film Number: 987564
Reference Number: p 527
Collection: Texas Marriages, 1837-1973
 
Family F11668
 
70
Hardeman (Hardy) Hughes is believed to be the son of Francis Hughes, Revolutionary War soldier. Francis lived in Greene County, Tennessee and later Bledsoe County, Tennessee. Francis Hughes had another son who was named John Hughes. John was married to Jane Skiles. Hardeman and John both settled in northern Hamilton County, Tennessee and were close neighbors. They lived in the Bakewell and Sale Creek area. John had a grandson named Hardy Hughes.

In 1830, Hardy Hughes assigned 100 acres of land to John Hughes Junior in Hamilton County, Tennessee. Hardy Hughes paid taxes in District 11 of Hamilton County, Tennessee in 1837.

Hardeman married Sinthia Cook in 1799 in Grainger County, Tennessee. Claiborne County was formed from Grainger County in 1801. The Cook family was a prominent family in Claiborne County, Tennessee. Hardeman and Sinthia's son, Hardy Hughes, was born about 1810 in Claiborne County, Tennessee.

 
Hughes, Hardeman (I12811)
 
71
Hayes, Joshua 66 1804 Louisiana
Charlot Ayama 16 1854 black Louisiana doemstic servant
Holmes Tom 45 1825 black
Holmes Harriet 45 1825 black

next door: JB Clark age 55
nearby Laughlin, Jesse 19

 
Hayes, Joshua (I28268)
 
72
He inherited Kelvendon Hall as the oldest son. 
Wright, John (Kelvedon Hall) (I43583)
 
73
He married Blanche Gunter in Littleore. 
James, Francis (I43628)
 
74
He married Catherine Rysby, Susan, and Isabel Atkinson. 
James, William (I43621)
 
75
He married Margaret Caldwell. 
James, Richard (I43625)
 
76
He studied medicine in Leydon, Holland. 
Wright, Lawrence (I43721)
 
77
John (Bishop Hall) Wright. He inherited Bishop Hall, Wealdside, England. 
Wright, John (Bishop Hall) (I43590)
 
78
John L Holland 42 1858
Enchrise Holland 38 1862
Ida Holland 18 1882
Vinsen Holland 15 1885
Alvin Holland 13 1887
Duffy Holland 11 1989
Murphy Holland 8 1992
Roy Holland 2 1998
Ella Holland 3/12 1900
George E Glasspool
 
Holland, John Lee (I1704)
 
79
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF RICHARD BASHAM
In the name of God Amen.
I Richard Basham of the County of Lawrence and State of Tennessee do hereby proceed to make this my last will and Testament as follows (viz)
First that my body be decently buried and that all my funeral expenses be paid. Secondly that all my just debts be paid out of the proceeds of my personal property.
Thirdly I give to my beloved wife Phebe Basham all of my tract of land on which now live during of her natural life. Together with all my stock consisting of horses, cattle, hogs, sheep, household and kitchen furniture of every description also all my poultry of all kinds except that it may take of the above named personally property to pay my just and lawful debts.
Fourthly I will after the death of my wife Phebe Basham to my son Samuel H. Basham the described tract of land on which I now live to him and his heirs forever.
I further will that all my personally property, except what it may take to pay my just and lawful debts be sold at public sale on twelve months credit, and the proceeds of sale be equally distributed amongst all my heirs viz Winny Kinnemore wife of Preston Kennemore, the heirs of my daughter Mary Feugett, the heirs of my daughter Frances Poteet, Nancy Wood wife of Solomon S. Woods, Malinda Basham wife of James M. Basham, William D. Basham, Archibald B. Basham, and Samuel H. Bashan making eight in all that shall share and share alike in the proceeds of my personal property that remains after paying my just debts and after the death of my wife Phebe Basham.
Fifthly I further will and appoint my son William D. Basham my Executor to carry into effect this my last will and testament. I further desire that all former wills and testaments made by me to be null and void. In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand and seal this the 10th day of March 1854.
Signed and sealed by thet estator in the presence of
his
Richard X Basham this the 10 day of March 1854
mark W. F. Appleton Jones Coleman

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=lesliesc&id=I19026
 
Basham, Richard (I58055)
 
80
Marriage 1 Frederick Moser, Jr b: 14 APR 1771 in Orange County, North Carolina
Children
Boston Moser b: ABT 1800
Tobias Moser b: ABT 1803
Nellie Moser b: 2 OCT 1804 in North Carolina
Dorothy "Turley" Moser b: 12 NOV 1807 in North Carolina
Nimrod Moser b: 22 JUN 1809 in North Carolina
Martin Moser b: 9 DEC 1812 in Orange County, North Carolina
Philapena Cornelia Moser b: 16 JUN 1815 in North Carolina
Nancy Moser b: 8 MAY 1820 in North Carolina
Rebecca Moser b: 1821 in North Carolina
Anthony Moser b: 12 APR 1823 in North Carolina
Elizabeth Moser b: 7 FEB 1826 in Orange County, North Carolina
 
Anthony, Margaret "Peggy" (I19310)
 
81
Marriage: "Life and Times of Henry Burt of Springfield," Henry M. Burt and Silas W. Burt, 1893, pg 242

"It is a remarkable circumstance that on the day of her marriage there was solemnized the second matrimonial union of her mother, while at the same time her brother Ebenezer became the husband of Elizabeth Strong." 
Family F14531
 
82
Martin Clifton Court told stories to his grandsons about his father, Thomas Jefferson Court, using an alias and hiding out from the law for a period of time. Thomas has been found on the 1880 Census in San Saba County, Texas. I thought the following excerpt about the history of that county was interesting.

"During the 1880s lawlessness became a problem, and the county experienced a period of "mob rule." In response, citizens formed an anti-mob organization. However, factions developed within the organization, and by 1896 the competing groups wee conducting what amounted to open warfare. After a number of men were killed, the Texas Rangersqv were dispatched to the area, and order was eventually restored."

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Alma Ward Hamrick, The Call of the San Saba: A History of San Saba County (San Antonio: Naylor, 1941; 2d ed., Austin: Jenkins, 1969). San Saba County History (San Saba, Texas: San Saba County Historical Commission, 1983).

(from Jann Webb)


1920 Fannin Co, TX census 
Court, Martin Clifton (I8090)
 
83
Mississippi Ocean Springs, Jackson Co (Township 6)

residence 176
Noble James 1851 Alabama
Eliza 16 1854 Mississippi

residence 483
Henry Nobles 50 1820 Mississippi
Adeline 35 1835 Mississippi
Martin 12 1858
Nancy 10 1860
Mary 8 1862
Caroline 6 1864
Elizabeth 3 1867

residence 484 (son of Edmond & Temperance Brooks)
William Nobles 35 1835 Georgia <<
Mary Nobles 26 1844 Mississippi
William Nobles 6 1864
Francis Nobles 3 1867
Wesley Nobles 1 1869

residence 485
Josiah Nobles 63 1807 Mississippi
Emily Nobles 27 1843 Mississippi
John Nobles 4 1866 Mississippi
James Nobles 3 1867 Mississippi
 
Nobles, William (I39200)
 
84
Mississippi Ocean Springs, Jackson Co (Township 6)

residence 176
Noble James 1851 Alabama
Eliza 16 1854 Mississippi

residence 483
Henry Nobles 50 1820 Mississippi
Adeline 35 1835 Mississippi
Martin 12 1858
Nancy 10 1860
Mary 8 1862
Caroline 6 1864
Elizabeth 3 1867

residence 484 (son of Edmond & Temperance Brooks)
William Nobles 35 1835 Georgia
Mary Nobles 26 1844 Mississippi
William Nobles 6 1864
Francis Nobles 3 1867
Wesley Nobles 1 1869

residence 485
Josiah Nobles 63 1807 Mississippi
Emily Nobles 27 1843 Mississippi
John Nobles 4 1866 Mississippi <<<
James Nobles 3 1867 Mississippi
 
Nobles, John F. (I39300)
 
85
Mississippi Ocean Springs, Jackson Co (Township 6)

residence 176
Noble James 1851 Alabama
Eliza 16 1854 Mississippi

residence 483
Henry Nobles 50 1820 Mississippi
Adeline 35 1835 Mississippi
Martin 12 1858
Nancy 10 1860
Mary 8 1862
Caroline 6 1864
Elizabeth 3 1867

residence 484 (son of Edmond & Temperance Brooks)
William Nobles 35 1835 Georgia
Mary Nobles 26 1844 Mississippi
William Nobles 6 1864
Francis Nobles 3 1867
Wesley Nobles 1 1869

residence 485
Josiah Nobles 63 1807 Mississippi
Emily Nobles 27 1843 Mississippi
John Nobles 4 1866 Mississippi
James Nobles 3 1867 Mississippi
 
Nobles, James Madison (I39301)
 
86
Mississippi Ocean Springs, Jackson Co (Township 6)

residence 176
Noble James 1851 Alabama
Eliza 16 1854 Mississippi

residence 483
Henry Nobles 50 1820 Mississippi
Adeline 35 1835 Mississippi
Martin 12 1858
Nancy 10 1860
Mary 8 1862
Caroline 6 1864
Elizabeth 3 1867

residence 484 (son of Edmond & Temperance Brooks)
William Nobles 35 1835 Georgia
Mary Nobles 26 1844 Mississippi
William Nobles 6 1864
Francis Nobles 3 1867
Wesley Nobles 1 1869

residence 485
Josiah Nobles 63 1807 Mississippi
Emily Nobles 27 1843 Mississippi
John Nobles 4 1866 Mississippi
James Nobles 3 1867 Mississippi
 
Nobles, Henry (son?) (I39319)
 
87
Mississippi Ocean Springs, Jackson Co (Township 6)

residence 176
Noble James 1851 Alabama
Eliza 16 1854 Mississippi

residence 483
Henry Nobles 50 1820 Mississippi
Adeline 35 1835 Mississippi
Martin 12 1858
Nancy 10 1860
Mary 8 1862
Caroline 6 1864
Elizabeth 3 1867

residence 484 (son of Edmond & Temperance Brooks)
William Nobles 35 1835 Georgia
Mary Nobles 26 1844 Mississippi
William Nobles 6 1864
Francis Nobles 3 1867
Wesley Nobles 1 1869

residence 485
Josiah Nobles 63 1807 Mississippi
Emily Nobles 27 1843 Mississippi
John Nobles 4 1866 Mississippi
James Nobles 3 1867 Mississippi
 
Nobles, James (I39315)
 
88
Name: Bulah Manovich
Death Date: 09 Dec 1927
Death Place: Beaumont, Jefferson, Texas
Gender: Female
Race: White
Death Age: 62 years 8 months 1 day
Estimated Birth Date:
Birth Date: 08 Apr 1865
Birthplace: Alabama
Marital Status: Widowed
Spouse's Name:
Father's Name: F. Hawkshead
Father's Birthplace: England
Mother's Name: Sarrah Ann Sones
Mother's Birthplace: England
Occupation: Housewife
Place of Residence:
Cemetery:
Burial Place: Galveston, Texas
Burial Date:
Additional Relatives: X
Film Number: 2114436
Digital Film Number: 4167374
Image Number: 1594
Reference Number: cn41254
 
Hawkshead, Beulah (I33337)
 
89
Name: Nichols Smith
Home in 1810 (City, County, State): Henry, Kentucky
Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 3
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over : 1
Number of Household Members Under 16: 6
Number of Household Members Over 25: 2
Number of Household Members: 9

sequence pg 11:
Israel Jones
William Shannon
Thomas Jones
Nicholas Smith


same page:
William Ford
Thomas Farley
Richard Roberts
Thomas Lawson
Thos Allison

previous page 10:
Nancy Smith
Maris Jones
John Jones

prev pg 9
Abraham Lemasters
Thomas Smith
James Lemasters

pg 13
Robe Smith
Robo Smith
Harmon Razor
John Razor

pg 14
Richard Parmer
william Staton




 
Smith, Nicholas (immigrant) (I13983)
 
90
Nancy was listed as Anny on a deed of 1789.
 
Coursey, Nancy Ann^ (I50721)
 
91
Need to find out her relationship to the other Merrills 
Merrill, Ann (Agnes) (I43727)
 
92
no children 
Payne, Mary Roberta (I18108)
 
93
note by ss:
Because Thomas Stebbins co-bonded with Samuel Sr. that Samuel Jr would care for his illegitimate child indicates some close connection. Also, Hannah named her firstborn Samuel Wright Stebbins. It seems to me to be a bit hasty to exclude her as a potential daughter because of lack of mention in the wills.
My consideration in this is that in looking closely at Margaret's will, it seems to be mostly a carry-through of Samuel's more so than her own. However, Judah was mentioned in Samuel's and not in Margaret's, and he was still living. Samuel Jr. predeceased his mother, but his children were not provided for by her. So, not inconsistent that IF Hannah had been a deceased daughter, that she or her children would be mentioned in Margaret's will.

On the other hand, Samuel's will, since he was so close to Thomas Stebbins, assuming for just a moment Hannah was indeed his daughter, is it possible that when Hannah died, 3 yrs before Samuel even wrote his will, he chose to settle with his widowered son-in-law to provide for his grandchildren at that time, thus their absence of mention in his will. It appears she died from complication of the birth of twins. That, along with leaving other small children with no mother, was a very sad situation and emotions would have been running high. Not knowing Thomas' financial situation, perhaps he could have used the help of receiving her share from Samuel's inheritance early to provide for these motherless children. Also, Thomas did get them raised before he married again, which was unusual as the men usually found another mother pretty soon. Which makes me wonder if maybe Samuel helped out all along rather than in one lump sum and considered it a tradeoff for Hannah's share. That makes even more sense.
But unfortunately, unless there were some record of transfer of funds or property to Thomas Stebbins around that time period, this could never be anything but sheer speculation.
But, nevertheless, Hannah is undoubtedly from the same family line, whether she be a cousin or a niece or a sister or a child -- her lineage would be basically the same, at least on her paternal side. So, for now we'll leave her as a child of Samuel, but ancestry from this point going back will not be designated by the direct ancestor symbol of an aserisk.

ss 
Wright, Hannah* (daughter?) (I3119)
 
94
page 18:
Samuel Kerfoot
Name: Samuel Kerfoot (John Samuel; bro of Wm Kerfoot)
[Samuel Kerfott]  
Home in 1810 (City, County, State): Pughtown, Frederick, Virginia 
Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 1 
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 15: 2 
Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 1 
Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over: 1 < 1765
Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 2 
Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over : 1 <1765
Numbers of Slaves: 12 
Number of Household Members Under 16: 3 
Number of Household Members Over 25: 2 
Number of Household Members: 20 

pg 17
William G. Kerfoot (son of George Kerfoot)
Name: William G Kerfoot
[William G. Kerfott]  
Home in 1810 (City, County, State): Pughtown, Frederick, Virginia 
Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44 : 1 1766-1784
Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 1 
Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 1 
Numbers of Slaves: 7 
Number of Household Members Under 16: 1 
Number of Household Members Over 25: 1 
Number of Household Members: 10 

pg 16
John Kerfoot (Korfott) (John David, son of George Kerfoot and Lydia Sowers)
Name: John Korfott
[John Kerfott]  
Home in 1810 (City, County, State): Pughtown, Frederick, Virginia 
Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 4 
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 15: 2 
Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44 : 1  1766-1784
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 2 
Free White Persons - Females - 26 thru 44: 1 
Numbers of Slaves: 20 
Number of Household Members Under 16: 8 
Number of Household Members Over 25: 2 
Number of Household Members: 30 

same community with Mabra Madden (wife Sarah Bonham) and Samuel Bonham,
Sarah's brother, children of Samuel Bonham & Catherine Ackley, as well as a couple of Rust families, a Moffett and a Glasscock in the same community, all related families.
 
Kerfoot, John Samuel (I46333)
 
95
page 18:
Samuel Kerfoot
Name: Samuel Kerfoot (John Samuel; bro of Wm Kerfoot)
[Samuel Kerfott]  
Home in 1810 (City, County, State): Pughtown, Frederick, Virginia 
Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 1 
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 15: 2 
Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 1 
Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over: 1 < 1765
Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 2 
Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over : 1 <1765
Numbers of Slaves: 12 
Number of Household Members Under 16: 3 
Number of Household Members Over 25: 2 
Number of Household Members: 20 

pg 17
William G. Kerfoot (son of George Kerfoot)
Name: William G Kerfoot
[William G. Kerfott]  
Home in 1810 (City, County, State): Pughtown, Frederick, Virginia 
Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44 : 1 1766-1784
Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 1 
Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 1 
Numbers of Slaves: 7 
Number of Household Members Under 16: 1 
Number of Household Members Over 25: 1 
Number of Household Members: 10 

pg 16
John Kerfoot (Korfott) (John David, son of George Kerfoot and Lydia Sowers)
Name: John Korfott
[John Kerfott]  
Home in 1810 (City, County, State): Pughtown, Frederick, Virginia 
Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 4 
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 15: 2 
Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44 : 1  1766-1784
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 2 
Free White Persons - Females - 26 thru 44: 1 
Numbers of Slaves: 20 
Number of Household Members Under 16: 8 
Number of Household Members Over 25: 2 
Number of Household Members: 30 

same community with Mabra Madden (wife Sarah Bonham) and Samuel Bonham,
Sarah's brother, children of Samuel Bonham & Catherine Ackley, as well as a couple of Rust families, a Moffett and a Glasscock in the same community, all related families.
 
Kerfoot, William G. (I46352)
 
96
pg 15
Lovelady Joseph G Head Oct 1852 47 Married 27 1873 Georgia South Carolina South Carolina
Loduskas A Wife Feb 1853 47 Married 27 1873 Alabama North Carolina North Carolina
Louis S Son May 1881 19 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Leona A Daughter Jun 1884 15 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Later was to marry John A. McCullar
Margrett M A Daughter Apr 1887 13 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Joseph H Son Jun 1891 8 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Marshal J Son Dec 1895 4 Alabama Georgia Alabama

Mccullar William A Head Jul 1871 28 Married 9 1891 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Sarah J Wife Sep 1873 26 Married 9 1891 Alabama South Carolina Alabama
Bertha A Daughter Nov 1892 7 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Stella M Daughter Sep 1896 3 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Homer Son Dec 1898 1 Alabama Alabama Alabama

Thomas C Head Jul 1849 50 Married 29 1871 Alabama South Carolina Tennessee
Mary J Wife Sep 1852 47 Married 29 1871 Alabama Georgia South Carolina
Caroline Mother Sep 1825 74 Widowed Tennessee South Carolina South Carolina
Vickery Walter Servant Jul 1886 13

pg 8
McCullar David T Head Dec 1876 23 Married 2yrs 1898 Alabama Alabama Georgia
McCullar Effie F Wife Feb 1879 21 Married 2yrs 1898 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Lawney E Son May 1899 1 Single Alabama Alabama Alabama

McCullar Ransome M Head Apr 1866 34 Married 15yrs 1885 Alabama Alabama Georgia
McCullar Ruthie R G Wife Jan 1868 32 married 15yrs 1885 Alabama North Carolina Georgia
McCullar John A Son Jan 1886 14 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Later was to married Leona A. Lovelady
McCullar Noah C Son Jun 1887 12 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Ruthie E Female Feb 1889 11 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Henry P son Mar 1893 7 Single Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Lucy JM Daughter Dec 1895 4 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Ransome D Son Jun 1898 1 Alabama Alabama Alabama  
Lovelady, Joseph Gibbs (son?) (I13115)
 
97
pg 15
Lovelady Joseph G Head Oct 1852 47 Married 27 1873 Georgia South Carolina South Carolina
Loduskas A Wife Feb 1853 47 Married 27 1873 Alabama North Carolina North Carolina
Louis S Son May 1881 19 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Leona A Daughter Jun 1884 15 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Later was to marry John A. McCullar
Margrett M A Daughter Apr 1887 13 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Joseph H Son Jun 1891 8 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Marshal J Son Dec 1895 4 Alabama Georgia Alabama

Mccullar William A Head Jul 1871 28 Married 9 1891 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Sarah J Wife Sep 1873 26 Married 9 1891 Alabama South Carolina Alabama
Bertha A Daughter Nov 1892 7 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Stella M Daughter Sep 1896 3 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Homer Son Dec 1898 1 Alabama Alabama Alabama

Thomas C Head Jul 1849 50 Married 29 1871 Alabama South Carolina Tennessee
Mary J Wife Sep 1852 47 Married 29 1871 Alabama Georgia South Carolina
Caroline Mother Sep 1825 74 Widowed Tennessee South Carolina South Carolina
Vickery Walter Servant Jul 1886 13

pg 8
McCullar David T Head Dec 1876 23 Married 2yrs 1898 Alabama Alabama Georgia
McCullar Effie F Wife Feb 1879 21 Married 2yrs 1898 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Lawney E Son May 1899 1 Single Alabama Alabama Alabama

McCullar Ransome M Head Apr 1866 34 Married 15yrs 1885 Alabama Alabama Georgia
McCullar Ruthie R G Wife Jan 1868 32 married 15yrs 1885 Alabama North Carolina Georgia
McCullar John A Son Jan 1886 14 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Later was to married Leona A. Lovelady
McCullar Noah C Son Jun 1887 12 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Ruthie E Female Feb 1889 11 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Henry P son Mar 1893 7 Single Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Lucy JM Daughter Dec 1895 4 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Ransome D Son Jun 1898 1 Alabama Alabama Alabama  
McCullar, John A. (I53026)
 
98
pg 15
Lovelady Joseph G Head Oct 1852 47 Married 27 1873 Georgia South Carolina South Carolina
Loduskas A Wife Feb 1853 47 Married 27 1873 Alabama North Carolina North Carolina
Louis S Son May 1881 19 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Leona A Daughter Jun 1884 15 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Later was to marry John A. McCullar
Margrett M A Daughter Apr 1887 13 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Joseph H Son Jun 1891 8 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Marshal J Son Dec 1895 4 Alabama Georgia Alabama

Mccullar William A Head Jul 1871 28 Married 9 1891 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Sarah J Wife Sep 1873 26 Married 9 1891 Alabama South Carolina Alabama
Bertha A Daughter Nov 1892 7 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Stella M Daughter Sep 1896 3 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Homer Son Dec 1898 1 Alabama Alabama Alabama

Thomas C Head Jul 1849 50 Married 29 1871 Alabama South Carolina Tennessee
Mary J Wife Sep 1852 47 Married 29 1871 Alabama Georgia South Carolina
Caroline Mother Sep 1825 74 Widowed Tennessee South Carolina South Carolina
Vickery Walter Servant Jul 1886 13

pg 8
McCullar David T Head Dec 1876 23 Married 2yrs 1898 Alabama Alabama Georgia
McCullar Effie F Wife Feb 1879 21 Married 2yrs 1898 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Lawney E Son May 1899 1 Single Alabama Alabama Alabama

McCullar Ransome M Head Apr 1866 34 Married 15yrs 1885 Alabama Alabama Georgia
McCullar Ruthie R G Wife Jan 1868 32 married 15yrs 1885 Alabama North Carolina Georgia
McCullar John A Son Jan 1886 14 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Later was to married Leona A. Lovelady
McCullar Noah C Son Jun 1887 12 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Ruthie E Female Feb 1889 11 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Henry P son Mar 1893 7 Single Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Lucy JM Daughter Dec 1895 4 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Ransome D Son Jun 1898 1 Alabama Alabama Alabama  
McCullar, Ransom Miles (I53036)
 
99
pg 15
Lovelady Joseph G Head Oct 1852 47 Married 27 1873 Georgia South Carolina South Carolina
Loduskas A Wife Feb 1853 47 Married 27 1873 Alabama North Carolina North Carolina
Louis S Son May 1881 19 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Leona A Daughter Jun 1884 15 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Later was to marry John A. McCullar
Margrett M A Daughter Apr 1887 13 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Joseph H Son Jun 1891 8 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Marshal J Son Dec 1895 4 Alabama Georgia Alabama

Mccullar William A Head Jul 1871 28 Married 9 1891 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Sarah J Wife Sep 1873 26 Married 9 1891 Alabama South Carolina Alabama
Bertha A Daughter Nov 1892 7 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Stella M Daughter Sep 1896 3 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Homer Son Dec 1898 1 Alabama Alabama Alabama

McCullar Thomas C Head Jul 1849 50 Married 29 1871 Alabama South Carolina Tennessee
Mary J Wife Sep 1852 47 Married 29 1871 Alabama Georgia South Carolina
McCullar Caroline Mother Sep 1825 74 Widowed Tennessee South Carolina South Carolina
Vickery Walter Servant Jul 1886 13

pg 8
McCullar David T Head Dec 1876 23 Married 2yrs 1898 Alabama Alabama Georgia
McCullar Effie F Wife Feb 1879 21 Married 2yrs 1898 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Lawney E Son May 1899 1 Single Alabama Alabama Alabama

McCullar Ransome M Head Apr 1866 34 Married 15yrs 1885 Alabama Alabama Georgia
McCullar Ruthie R G Wife Jan 1868 32 married 15yrs 1885 Alabama North Carolina Georgia
McCullar John A Son Jan 1886 14 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Later was to married Leona A. Lovelady
McCullar Noah C Son Jun 1887 12 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Ruthie E Female Feb 1889 11 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Henry P son Mar 1893 7 Single Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Lucy JM Daughter Dec 1895 4 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Ransome D Son Jun 1898 1 Alabama Alabama Alabama  
McCullar, Thomas Clark (I53046)
 
100
pg 15
Lovelady Joseph G Head Oct 1852 47 Married 27 1873 Georgia South Carolina South Carolina
Loduskas A Wife Feb 1853 47 Married 27 1873 Alabama North Carolina North Carolina
Louis S Son May 1881 19 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Leona A Daughter Jun 1884 15 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Later was to marry John A. McCullar
Margrett M A Daughter Apr 1887 13 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Joseph H Son Jun 1891 8 Alabama Georgia Alabama
Marshal J Son Dec 1895 4 Alabama Georgia Alabama

Mccullar William A Head Jul 1871 28 Married 9 1891 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Sarah J Wife Sep 1873 26 Married 9 1891 Alabama South Carolina Alabama
Bertha A Daughter Nov 1892 7 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Stella M Daughter Sep 1896 3 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Homer Son Dec 1898 1 Alabama Alabama Alabama

Thomas C Head Jul 1849 50 Married 29 1871 Alabama South Carolina Tennessee
Mary J Wife Sep 1852 47 Married 29 1871 Alabama Georgia South Carolina
Caroline Mother Sep 1825 74 Widowed Tennessee South Carolina South Carolina
Vickery Walter Servant Jul 1886 13

pg 8
McCullar David T Head Dec 1876 23 Married 2yrs 1898 Alabama Alabama Georgia
McCullar Effie F Wife Feb 1879 21 Married 2yrs 1898 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Lawney E Son May 1899 1 Single Alabama Alabama Alabama

McCullar Ransome M Head Apr 1866 34 Married 15yrs 1885 Alabama Alabama Georgia
McCullar Ruthie R G Wife Jan 1868 32 married 15yrs 1885 Alabama North Carolina Georgia
McCullar John A Son Jan 1886 14 Alabama Alabama Alabama
Later was to married Leona A. Lovelady
McCullar Noah C Son Jun 1887 12 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Ruthie E Female Feb 1889 11 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Henry P son Mar 1893 7 Single Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Lucy JM Daughter Dec 1895 4 Alabama Alabama Alabama
McCullar Ransome D Son Jun 1898 1 Alabama Alabama Alabama  
Abel, Caroline (I53049)
 

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