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Charles Brooks married Kathy Cochran

His parents were Mary Ella Thornton and James Edgar Brooks Jr.

Her parents were Anne Alice Carter and Frankie Lavern Cochran

 

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http://kathybrooks.com

http://www.genealogy.com/users/c/a/r/Anne-A-Carter/

 

 

James Edgar Brooks, born 1895 in he was their only child, was in WWI , was born in TN; died 1965 in Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery Alabama. He was the son of 16. John Edward Brooks and 17. Anna "Annie" Ballard. He married 9. Susie Mae Cooper 1923 in Montgomery AL.

 

9. Susie Mae Cooper, born 12 Dec 1902 in Alabama; died Feb 1977 in Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery Alabama. She was the daughter of 18. Levi Benjamin Cooper and 19. Sarah "Sallie" Elizabeth Carter.

Children of James Brooks and Susie Cooper are:

i. Elizabeth "Sissy" Ballard Brooks, married Clarence C Bearden; born 1920; died 1987.

ii. Dorothy Mae Brooks, married Harold Leon Robinson; born 1925.

iii. Gloria Joyce Brooks, married Wm Burgin Meriwether.

iv. John Cooper Brooks

4 v. James Edgar Brooks, born 1925 in Montgomery, Alabama; died Jan 1992 in Prattville Cemetery; married Mary Ella Thornton 06 Mar 1943 in Montgomery AL.

vi. Margaret Christine Brooks, born 1929; died 1998; married Harold Cecil Bridges.

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10. Milton Elijah Thornton, born 11 May 1894; died 01 Dec 1953. He was the son of 20. George Thornton and 21. An Indian named Mary Angeline Partridge. He married 11. Bessie Mae Hood.

11. Bessie Mae Hood, born 25 Jun 1900; died 23 Feb 1982 in Slapout, Holtville, Alabama. She was the daughter of 22. L. Wesley Hood and 23. Ella Olivia Baxley.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes for Milton Elijah Thornton:

1930 Montgomery Co, AL, Pole Bridge, ED 51 sht 7B

(all birthplaces shown as AL)

Milton Thornton 36 auto mechanic, married 14 yrs

Bessie (wife) 30 married 14 yrs

Loraine (dau) 10

Nellie (dau) 9

James (son) 7

Mary Ella (dau) 3

Glennie? Mae (dau) 0 mos

There is a draft registration for Milton Thornton in Elmore Co dated

6/5/1917. Milton's birthdate is shown as 5/11/1894. He is married and

working for the Lancaster-Johnson Lumber Co near Wetumpka.

>1900 Elmore Co, AL, Cold Springs, ED 63, sht 13B

>>>>>>(all birthplaces shown as Alabama)

>>>>>>L. W. Hood 41 farmer married 14 yrs

>>>>>>Ella O. (wife) 29 married 14 yrs, 3 kids, 3 living

>>>>>>Sewart (son) 10 farm laborer

>>>>>>Minnie Lee (dau) 8

>>>>>>Allen W. (son) 2

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Nancy Catherine Culpepper

Name: Nancy Catherine Thornton

Sex: F

Change Date: 20 OCT 2001

Birth: JAN 1831 in Crawford Co., Georgia

Father: James I. J. Culpepper b: 03 JUN 1806 in possibly||, Lexington District, South Carolina

Mother: Martha Byne Blackstone b: 28 SEP 1814 in Richmond Co., Georgia

Marriage 1 Charles W. Thornton b: ABT 1825

Married: 28 JUN 1848 in Tallapoosa Co., Alabama

Children

James G. Thornton b: DEC 1849 in Tallapoosa Co., Alabama

John Thornton b: ABT 1852 in Tallapoosa Co., Alabama

Milton Thornton b: ABT 1855 in Tallapoosa Co., Alabama

Louisa C. Thornton b: SEP 1863 in Alabama

George W. Thornton b: ABT 1867

Martha Juliann Thornton b: DEC 1869 in Alabama

William Jackson Thornton b: 02 JUL 1875 in Elmore Co., Alabama

: Charles W. Thornton

Sex: M

Change Date: 21 JAN 2005

Birth: ABT 1825

Death: BEF 1894 in Elmore Co., Alabama

Census: 1860 Tallapoosa Co., Alabama

Event: Census 1850 01 JUN 1850 Tallapoosa Co., Alabama 1

Census: 1880 Elmore Co., Alabama

Marriage 1 Nancy Catherine Culpepper b: JAN 1831 in Crawford Co., Georgia

Married: 28 JUN 1848 in Tallapoosa Co., Alabama

Children

James G. Thornton b: DEC 1849 in Tallapoosa Co., Alabama

John Thornton b: ABT 1852 in Tallapoosa Co., Alabama

Milton Thornton b: ABT 1855 in Tallapoosa Co., Alabama

Louisa C. Thornton b: SEP 1863 in Alabama

George W. Thornton b: ABT 1867

Martha Juliann Thornton b: DEC 1869 in Alabama

William Jackson Thornton b: 02 JUL 1875 in Elmore Co., Alabama

 

 

 

George W. Thornton

Sex: M

Change Date: 15 SEP 2006

Birth: ABT 1867

Death: AUG 1945 in Montgomery Co., Alabama

Father: Charles W. Thornton b: ABT 1825

Mother: Nancy Catherine Culpepper b: JAN 1831 in Crawford Co., Georgia

Marriage 1 Mary A. Partridge b: EST 1867

Married: 16 SEP 1888 in Coosa Co., Alabama

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Mary A. PARTRIDGE

Given Name: Mary A.

Surname: Partridge

Sex: F

Birth: 1870

Change Date: 9 Apr 2003

Marriage 1 George W. THORNTON b: 1867

Married: 16 Sep 1888 in Coosa County,Alabama

Note: _STATMARRIED

Children

Rhody A. THORNTON b: 1890

Mildred THORNTON b: Abt 1893

Milton THORNTON b: Abt 1895

John T. THORNTON b: Abt 1896

Robert M. THORNTON b: 1899

Lucy A. THORNTON b: Abt 1901

Marie L. THORNTON b: Abt 1902

Jessie G. THORNTON b: Abt 1904

Glennie THORNTON b: Abt 1906

George A. THORNTON b: Abt 1911

More About Milton Elijah Thornton:

Burial: Cains Chapel Cemetery in Elmore County, Alabama

More About Bessie Mae Hood:

Burial: Cains Chapel Cemetery in Elmore County, Alabama

Graves visited and pictures taken.

Children of Milton Thornton and Bessie Hood are:

i. Olivia Angeline Thornton

ii. Elsie Jean Thornton, Breast Cancer and Pancreatic Cancer.

Burial: 01 Apr 2006, Memorial Gardens, Montgomery, Alabama

iii. Bessie Lorraine Thornton, born 10 Nov 1919; died 1998 in Colon cancer/heart disease; married Jeffcoat. Known as our Aunt Tutor

iv. Nellie Marjorie Thornton, born 07 Jul 1921; died 1998; married Silas Pritchett.

v. James Milton Thornton, born 04 Jan 1924; died 2004; married Barbara.

5 vi. Mary Ella Thornton, born 01 Mar 1927 in Montgomery, Alabama; died 02 Aug 1987 in Millbrook, Alabama; married James Edgar Brooks 06 Mar 1943 in Montgomery AL.

vii. Glennie Mae "Billie" Thornton, born 16 Mar 1930; died 1998; married Perkins.

viii. Lister Hill Thornton, born 23 Mar 1933; died 2005; married Nita.

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12. Frank Delbert COCHRAN, born 20 Jun 1893 in Hill City Graham County Kansas; died 20 Dec 1956 in Mena, Polk, Arkansas. He was the son of 24. Jacob Benjamin Cochran and 25. Clora Jane Miller. He married 13. Luella Ellen Coonfield 13 Jul 1915 in Arkansas.

 

13. Luella Ellen Coonfield, born 08 Feb 1897 one quarter Cherokee blood,Benton County, Arkansas; died 11 May 1945 in Kansas City MO Med Hospital. She was the daughter of 26. Benjamin Wallace Coonfield and 27. Lattie Cedonia Little.

More About Frank Delbert COCHRAN:

Burial: WWI Vet

More About Luella Ellen Coonfield:

Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Chetopa Kansas

 

 

 

Children of Frank COCHRAN and Luella Coonfield are:

i. Bernice Pauline Cochran, born 24 Jul 1915 in Mason Valley, Benton, Arkansas; married (1) Homer Clark; died in Grandby MO; married (2) Homer Gordon Clark 16 Oct 1934 in Chetopa, Lebett, Kan; born 1912 in Prosperty Jasper Missouri; died 1979 in Mesa AZ. 16 Oct 1934 in Chetopa, Lebett, Kan.

ii. Eunice Irene Cochran, born 24 Jul 1915; died 19 Mar 2004; married (1) Charles Thomas Haraughty; born 1913 in Labette KS; died 1956 in Mesa AZ; married (4) Charles Thomas Haraughty; born Abt. 1900; married (5) Malloy Thomas Ross; born 1917 in Oklahoma; died 1981 in Phoenix AZ. 06 Mar 1933 in Chetopa, Lebett, Kans.

More About Charles Thomas Haraughty:

Adoption: Franklin Stephen Haraughty, this Frankie was my neighbor in Arizona 1956.

iii. Cleo Stanley Cochran, born 07 Jul 1917 in Prosperity, Jasper, Missouri; died 01 Feb 1992 in Chetopa, Lebette, Ka; married (1) Myrtle Hazel Boze Walker 25 Feb 1948 in Bentonville AR; born 1911 in Mounds, Oklahoma; married (2) Lucretia 25 Feb 1949 in Bentonville, Arkansas, Usa. 25 Feb 1949 in Bentonville, Arkansas, Usa.

More About Cleo Stanley Cochran:

Burial: 05 Feb 1992, SERVICE BY DON COONFIELD, Parson, Labett, Kan

iv. Frances Cochran, born 25 Nov 1919 in Vaughn, Benton, Arkansas; died 25 Nov 1919.

v. Twin Fran Cochran, born 04 Jul 1920 in adjoined twin, Vaughn, Benton, Arkansas; died 04 Jul 1920 in Vaughn, Benton, Arkansas.

vi. Twin Harley Cochran, born 04 Jul 1920 in Vaughn, Benton, Ark; died 04 Jul 1920.

vii. Irmajean Cedona Cochran, born 19 Sep 1921 in Vaughn, Benton, Ark; died in unknown; married Frank Charles Miles 1940 in Chetopa; born 1917 in Chetopa, Labette, Kansas; died in unknown.

viii. Joy Benjamin Cochran, born 12 Nov 1923 enlisted WWII 1946, Vaughn, Benton, Ark; died 26 Jun 1998 in , Chetopa, Labette, Kansas; married (2) Vida Marie Jarman 1940 in Kansas; born 1925; died 2004.

ix. Bonnie Mae Cochran, born 04 May 1925 in Vaughn, Benton, Ark; married (1) George Lemuel Knotts 1948 in yates Center KS; born 08 Oct 1924; died 1967 in Wichita Kansas; married (2) Palmer Delon Matthews 1968; born 02 Mar 1925 in Fredonia, Wilson County, Kansas.

6 x. Frankie Lavern Cochran, born 07 May 1927 in Chetopa, Labette, Kansas; died 25 Dec 1996 in Montgomery, Alabama; married Anne Alice Carter 01 Sep 1951 in Montgomery AL. Both had heart disease and he had a replaced aorta valve.

xi. Mary Lou Ruby Cochran, born 01 Nov 1929 in Chetopa, Labett County, Kansas; died 27 Jan 2006 of kidney cancer; married James F Mount 1953 in Bentonville, Arkansas; born 1931 in Welch, Craig, Oklahoma; died in unknown.

xii. Freelon Larraine Coonfield Cochran, born 03 Nov 1932 in Chetopa, Lebett, Kan; died 04 Jun 1953 in Korean War Fatality.

More About Freelon Larraine Coonfield Cochran:

Burial: Ft Smith National Cemetery ARK

xiii. Darrell Dean COCHRAN, born 12 Oct 1936 in Chetopa KS; married Edna Fern Walbee 1957 in South Carolina.

xiv. Wanda Deloris COCHRAN, born 20 Dec 1938 in Chetopa, Labette, Kansas; married Howard Lee Riddle in Nowata Oklahoma; born 03 Oct 1934 in Chetopa KS; died in unknown.

 

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14. Cecil Earl Fenn Carter, born 1900 a Cherokee Indian, Thompson Station, Alabama; died 04 Feb 1939 in on Columbus Street in Montgomery AL. He was the son of 28. William Franklin Fenn and 29. Anna Lou Stone. He married 15. Alice Emma "Ellie" McClain Apr 1932 in Montgomery County AL.

15. Alice Emma "Ellie" McClain, born 27 Mar 1916 in Dublin, Alabama; died 10 Oct 1935 in Columbus Street, Montgomery, AL. She was the daughter of 30. Charles Allen McClain and 31. Lorena Emma "Rena" Bozeman.

More About Cecil Earl Fenn Carter:

Adoption: Abt. 1910, From Fenn to a Carter

Burial: 06 Feb 1939, Memorial Cemetery by a rusted old water pump

 

More About Alice Emma "Ellie" McClain:

Burial: Memorial Cemetery, Montgomery, AL by the train track

Children of Cecil Carter and Alice McClain are:

i. Cecil Earl Carter, born 22 Nov 1932 in Montgomery, AL; died in Montgomery AL; married (1) Pat Taylor; married (2) Jean McNeil; died in Montgomery AL; married (3) Christine; born in North Carolina; married (4) Jerri; born in Atlanta GA.

More About Cecil Earl Carter:

Record Change: 08 Oct 2003, died not long after rattle snake bite to leg

 

 

7 ii. Anne Alice Carter, born 14 Mar 1934 in she was half blood, Montgomery, Alabama; died 27 Jan 1992 in Montgomery AL

SEE www.hometown.aol.com/alabamagenealogy/2.html;

married Frankie Lavern Cochran 01 Sep 1951 in Montgomery AL.

iii. William "Billy" Lawrence Carter, born 09 Oct 1935 in Montgomery, AL; died 1975 in spent most of his life in Enid OK, Montgomery AL; married many wives, no children.

More About William "Billy" Lawrence Carter:

Burial: Memorial Cemetery, Montgomery, AL

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Generation No. 5

16. John Edward Brooks, born 1872 in Tennessee; died 1929 - Railroad..- Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery Alabama. He was the son of 32. John Henry Brooks and 33. Roxanna Permilia Smith. He married 17. Anna "Annie" Ballard 12 Dec 1894 in Terry Tennessee.

17. Anna "Annie" Ballard, born 1877 in Lawrence, Maury County TN; died 1963 in West 5th Street, Montgomery Alabama. She was the daughter of 34. James Calvin Ballard and 35. Willie Eudora "Dora" Florence Craig.

More About John Edward Brooks:

Burial: 1900 census shows them by her parents in Lawrence TN

More About Anna "Annie" Ballard:

Burial: Greenwood Cemetery

Beautiful photos of them on my webpages

Child of John Brooks and Anna Ballard is:

8 i. James Edgar Brooks, born 1895 in he was their only child, was in WWI , was born in TN; died 1965 in Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery Alabama; married Susie Mae Cooper 1923 in Montgomery AL.

 

18. Levi Benjamin Cooper, born 1859 in Chambers Alabama; died Bef. 1920 in Church of Cecil, AL by his sons. He was the son of 36. Charner Peter Cooper and 37. Sara F Lee. He married 19. Sarah "Sallie" Elizabeth Carter 27 Jan 1884 in Momtgomery Alabama. Charner’s mother was probably an Indian.

19. Sarah "Sallie" Elizabeth Carter, born Abt. 1867 in widowed on 1920 census, on West 5th Street, Montg AL, then she moved in with daughter Josephine; died Aft. 1930 in Greenwood by Josephine. She was the daughter of 38. Thomas Randolph Carter and 39. Mary Josephine Hereferd.

Notes for Levi Benjamin Cooper:

 

 

Husband

L. B. COOPER Pedigree

 

Birth:

Christening:

Marriage: 27 JAN 1884 , Montgomery, Alabama

Death:

Burial:

 

 

Wife

SALLIE E. CARTER Pedigree

 

Birth:

Christening:

Marriage: 27 JAN 1884 , Montgomery, Alabama

Death:

Burial:

More About Sarah "Sallie" Elizabeth Carter:

Burial: http://www.angelfire.com/blog/bozeman/brooksballardcooperhood/

Children of Levi Cooper and Sarah Carter are:

i. Mary Josephine Cooper, born 1885; married Herman Meriwether; born 1900 in They are found in 1930 Pike Road, Montg AL census.

More About Mary Josephine Cooper:

Burial: Greenwood Cemetery

More About Herman Meriwether:

Burial: Greenwood Cemetery

ii. Thomas D. Cooper, born 1886; married Mattie Broadway; born 1893.

More About Thomas D. Cooper:

Burial: Florida

More About Mattie Broadway:

Burial: Florida

iii. Frank Benjamin Cooper, born Abt. 1887; married Mabel?.

More About Frank Benjamin Cooper:

Burial: died in his early 20s from TB according to Aunt Sissy.

iv. John Henry Cooper, born Abt. 1888; married Florence in possibly Coosada.

More About John Henry Cooper:

Burial: Greenwood Cemetery

More About Florence:

Burial: Greenwood Cemetery

v. Luther Hill Cooper, born 1892; died in they divorced; married Mollie Vice; born 1886.

9 vi. Susie Mae Cooper, born 12 Dec 1902 in Alabama; died Feb 1977 in Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery Alabama; married James Edgar Brooks 1923 in Montgomery AL.

 

20. George Thornton, born Jul 1864 in Alabama; died 1945 in they are buried in Central at Mt Hebron Baptist Church Cemetery off Hwy 9 in Elmore County. He was the son of 40. Charles W Thornton and 41. Nancy Catherine Culpepper. He married 21. Mary Angeline Partridge 16 Sep 1888 in Coosa Alabama.

21. Mary Angeline Partridge, born Oct 1870 in Georgia; died 1926 in lorraine remembers Mary as an Indian woman. She was the daughter of 42. George J Partridge and 43. Mildred F Smith.

Notes for George Thornton:

1900 census of Elmore County Alabama, in the Central Precinct as well as 1910

George Thorington

Mary A

Rhody A

Mildred

Milton

Robert

1920 they were in Chambers County

Children of George Thornton and Mary Partridge are:

i. Rhody A Thornton, born 1890 in Alabama; married Minnie L.

ii. Mildred Thornton, born Sep 1892.

10 iii. Milton Elijah Thornton, born 11 May 1894; died 01 Dec 1953; married Bessie Mae Hood.

iv. John T Thornton, born 1896.

v. Robert Marvin Thornton, born Jan 1899.

vi. Lucy A Thornton, born 1901.

vii. Mamie L Thornton, born 1902.

viii. Jesse G Thornton, born 1904.

ix. Glennie Thornton, born 1906.

x. George Andrew Thornton, born 1909.

xi. Addie Thornton, born 1914.

 

22. L. Wesley Hood, born Mar 1859 in Alabama; died May 1924 in hull street, Montgomery, Alabama. He was the son of 44. DAvid?Hood and 45. Susan. He married 23. Ella Olivia Baxley 1884.

23. Ella Olivia Baxley, born 1871 in Cold Spring, Elmore, Alabama; died 1948 in Cains Chapel Cemetery in Elmore County, Alabama. She was the daughter of 46. James Baxley and 47. Maranda.

Notes for L. Wesley Hood:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Archibal A. HOOD Self M Male W 82 SC Farmer SC SC

Elizebeth HOOD Wife M Female W 85 SC Keeping House SC SC

Catherine HOOD Dau S Female W 50 SC At Home SC SC

Margaret HOOD Dau S Female W 48 SC At Home SC SC

Allen E. HOOD GSon S Male W 19 SC Laborer SC SC

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Cold Spring, Elmore, Alabama

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

David HOOD Self M Male W 50 GA Farm Lab GA GA

Susan HOOD Wife M Female W 45 GA Keeping House GA GA

Nancy HOOD Dau S Female W 16 GA --- ---

Ella HOOD Dau S Female W 14 GA --- ---

Eva HOOD Dau S Female W 11 GA --- ---

 

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Source Information:

Census Place New Hope, Elmore, Alabama

Family History Library Film 1254012

More About L. Wesley Hood:

Burial: Caines Chapel, Elmore, AL

Children of L. Hood and Ella Baxley are:

i. Minnie Lee Hood

ii. Sewart Hood

iii. Allen W Hood, born 1897; died 1972; married Jessie Swindall.

11 iv. Bessie Mae Hood, born 25 Jun 1900; died 23 Feb 1982 in Slapout, Holtville, Alabama; married Milton Elijah Thornton.

v. Barnie Hood, born 1904; married Augusta.

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24. Jacob Benjamin Cochran, born 22 Feb 1822 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio; died 24 Nov 1902 in Civil War Vet, and First Homesteader of Hill City, in 1882 Graham, KS. He was the son of 48. Colonel William Cochran and 49. Martha Patty Henderson. He married 25. Clora Jane Miller 13 Nov 1879 in Bloomington, McLean, Ilinois.

25. Clora Jane Miller, born 12 Oct 1852 in Bloomington, McLean, IL; died 06 Dec 1931 in Hill City, Graham, KS. She was the daughter of 50. James Madison Miller and 51. Mary Clara Parker.

http://www.hometown.aol.com/kc90853/Jacob.html

More About Jacob Benjamin Cochran:

Burial: Miner and farmer, he was was buried in Hill City Cemetery

Residence: 1882, left Iowa and moved near kirwin kansas for two years then they took a homestead eight miles north of Hill City, info from Clora to Aunt Bernice.

More About Clora Jane Miller:

Ancestral File Number: 1M70-JS

Burial: hill City Cemetery

Identifier Number: 17305

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

Marriage Notes for Jacob Cochran and Clora Miller:

1 REFN 129353

Children of Jacob Cochran and Clora Miller are:

i. Clora Ann Doll Cochran, born 13 Mar 1880 in Meringo, Scott, Iowa, Usa; died 1970 in Colorado; married (1) John Osman; married (2) Williiam Hetzel 30 Jan 1898 in Hill City, Graham, Kansas, Usa; born Abt. 1880 in Hill City, Graham, Kansas, Usa; died in unknown.

More About Clora Ann Doll Cochran:

Ancestral File Number: 1M70-XV

Identifier Number: 17601

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

ii. Jacob Madison Cochran, born 17 Dec 1881 in Maringo, Iowa; died 26 Jul 1954 in Corvillis, Benton, Oregon; married Nancy Ellen COOK 1907 in Hill City, Graham County, KS; born 07 Jul 1890 in Benkleman, Dundy Co, Nebraska; died 1954 in Corvallis, OR.

 

iii. Ky Cochran, born 15 Nov 1883 in Partis, Smith, Kansas, Usa; died 06 Mar 1973 in Plainsville, Rook, Kansas, Usa; married (1) Sophia Madeline De Murry 1907 in Partis, Smith, Kansas; born 10 Sep 1892 in Palco Rook KS; died 1959 in Plainville, Rook, Kansas. 11 Sep 1907 in Partis, Smith, Kansas, Usa.

 

iv. Mary Jane Emmaline Cochran, born 20 Sep 1885 in Hillcity, Graham, Kansas; died 02 Dec 1989 in Vancouver, Clark, Washington; married (3) Gustave Bertrand 16 Apr 1902; born 1870 in Hill City KS; married (4) Edward Walker 1921; born 1881; died 1962 in Mich. 21 Mar 1921.

 

 

v. Dasie Violetta Cochran, born 19 Apr 1887 in Hill City, Graham, Kansas; died 19 Apr 1890 in Hill City, Graham, Kansas.

More About Dasie Violetta Cochran:

Burial: hill City Cemetery

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

vi. Benjamin Harrison Cochran, born 18 Feb 1889 in Hill City, Graham, Kansas; died 14 Jun 1963 in Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona; married (1) Clara Ann Pentico 1913 in Goodland, Graham, KS; born 1891 in Agenda, Republic, KS; died 1956 in Mesa. 20 Dec 1913 in Goodland, Graham, Kansas, Usa.

vii. Della Floydell Cochran, born 10 Feb 1891 in Lenora, Morton, Kansas; died Oct 1920 in Hillcity, Graham, Kansas; married (3) George F Hetzel 13 Jul 1905 in Hill City, Graham County, KS; born Abt. 1887 in Hill City, Graham, Kansas; married (4) Robert Henry Wallace 1909 in Hill City, Graham County, KS; born Abt. 1888 in New Zealand.

 

12 viii. Frank Delbert COCHRAN, born 20 Jun 1893 in Hill City Graham County Kansas; died 20 Dec 1956 in Mena, Polk, Arkansas; married (1) Luella Ellen Coonfield 13 Jul 1915 in Arkansas; married (2) Myrtle Hazel Boze Walker Abt. 1945; married (3) Lucretia 1945 in KS.

 

26. Benjamin Wallace Coonfield, born 31 Aug 1870 in Anderson, Benton Co Arkansas; died 1938 in Coffelt Cemetery, Benton Co AR. He was the son of 52. Benjamin Wylie Coonfield and 53. Martha Frances Young. He married 27. Lattie Cedonia Little 29 Nov 1891 in Symore Rifes, Arkansas.

27. Lattie Cedonia Little, born 14 Jan 1872 in Bardstown Junction, Kentucky; died 23 Jan 1933 in Vaughn, Benton County, Arkansas. She was the daughter of 54. John Wright Little and 55. Mary Catherine Crigler with long black hair and dark eyes. Aunt Bernice talked of grandma Lattie cooking the very best skunk meat ever tasted.

 

Children of Benjamin Coonfield and Lattie Little are:

i. Ruthe Coonfield, born in long black hair in braids; died 1957 in Chetopa KS; married George Bates 1922; born 1902; died in Car accident.

ii. Eula Coonfield, married williams.

iii. Benjamin Harrison Coonfield, born 09 Sep 1892 in Benton AR; died 21 Mar 1971 in Vaughn, Benton, Ark; married Inez Violet Gray; born 1895; died 1985.

More About Benjamin Harrison Coonfield:

1930 census shows him living next to his parents

 

iv. Amy Marie Coonfield, born 30 Jan 1895 in Hawasser, Benton, AR; died 15 Feb 1952 in Los Angeles, CAlifornia; married Joseph Monroe Gray 1911; born 19 Apr 1890 in Barnes Kansas; died 28 Jun 1967 in Eureka KS.

 

 

13 v. Luella Ellen Coonfield, born 08 Feb 1897 in at least one quarter Cherokee blood,Benton County, Arkansas; died 11 May 1945 in Kansas City MO Med Hospital; married Frank Delbert COCHRAN 13 Jul 1915 in Arkansas.

vi. Carl Newton Coonfield, born 1906 in 1930 census shows him still at home with parents; died 1972; married Mary Reno.

vii. Jewel( Virginia) Coonfield, born 14 Jun 1907 had Alzheimers disease; married (1) George Lee Savage; married (2) Ruel Taft Miller 1949 in Los Angeles CA; born 10 Jan 1909 in Gainesville, ozark Missouri; died 09 Sep 1972.

 

 

viii. Eva Irene Coonfield, born 1908; died 1911.

ix. John Chester Coonfield, born 1912 in 1930 census shows him still at home with parents; died 2003; married (1) Thelma Wright; married (2) Lela Guss.

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28. William Franklin Fenn, born Dec 1855 in Tuskegee, Macon County, Alabama; died 11 Mar 1922 farm manager in Eufaula to boarding house in Montgomery County AL.

He was the son of 56. John Fenn and 57. Emeline "Emily" Harrell. He married 29. Anna Lou Stone 05 Sep 1893 in Bullock County, AL. Frank had a very long headstone at Greenwood Cemetery..

29. Anna Lou Stone, born Nov 1871 in Alabama; died Abt. 1933 in Macon, Bibb, Georgia. She was the daughter of 58. Augustus Marvin Stone and 59. Mary Ann Hendrick.

More About William Franklin Fenn:

Burial: 12 Mar 1922, buried by his brother Madison, Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery, AL

 

 

Children of William Fenn and Anna Stone are:

i. William Franklin Fenn, born 1894 in Bullock County AL; died 1981 in Coosada, Elmore County AL; married Neva Mae Walraven; born 1896 in GA; died 1972 in Coosada Alabama.

Notes for William Franklin Fenn:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

about Will Frank Fenn

Name: Will Frank Fenn

City: Montgomery

County: Montgomery

State: Alabama

Birthplace: Georgia

Birth Date: 1 Jul 1894

Race: White

Roll: 1509445

DraftBoard: 1

 

 

 

 

More About William Franklin Fenn Jr:

Burial: Coosada Alabama on his old farm which now has a school on it.

Military service: world war I

ii. Carolyn Lee Fenn, born Sep 1894 in Thompson Station, Bullock AL; died Aft. 1930 in on 1930 census in Creek County, Oklahoma; married Ben Johnson; born in 1900 census shows his family in Choctaw Nation Texas; died in oklahoma.

iii. Robert Lee Fenn, born 16 Mar 1896 in Thompson, Bullock County AL; died 01 Jul 1974 in Coosada, Elmore Co., AL; married Mary;

iv. Arthur Lee Fenn, born Abt. 1897; died Abt. 1925; married unknown.

v. Emmett Marvin Fenn, born 26 Sep 1898 in WWI Vet born in Thompson Station, Bullock County AL; died 10 May 1959 in New York; married NONE.

Notes for Emmett Marvin Fenn:

Thus far nobody here knows who Preston Orr was nor why the Fenns are buried in his burial plots, or if it was donated to them.

More About Emmett Marvin Fenn:

Burial: beside his father and UNCLE MATT, Preston ORR Family Plot, Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama

Military service: world War I

Information on these graves at Greenwood received from cousin Martha Fenn and I visited those graves and took pictures which are posted on my webpages.

14 vi. Cecil Earl Fenn Carter, born 1900 a Cherokee , Thompson Station, Greenwood, Bullock County, Alabama; died 04 Feb 1939 on Columbus Street in Montgomery AL; married Alice Emma "Ellie" McClain Apr 1932 in Montgomery County AL.

Her mother called her Emmer.

 

 

30. Charles Allen McClain, born 07 Oct 1886 in WWI Vet, Ramer, Montgomery, AL; died 24 Oct 1949 in Highland Avenue, Montgomery, AL. He was the son of 60. Josiah Marion McClain and 61. Elizabeth "Bettie" Broadway. He married 31. Lorena Emma "Rena" Bozeman 22 Nov 1908 in Ramer Alabama.

31. Lorena Emma "Rena" Bozeman, born 11 Jan 1892 in Ramer Alabama; died 12 Jun 1982 in Montgomery AL. She was the daughter of 62. John Thomas Bozeman and 63. Alice Lorena Stephens.

Lorena had special gifts of healing.

More About Charles Allen McClain:

Burial: Church Of Christ Cemetery, Dublin Alabama

Headstone not found upon our visit but the church is new and more graves may be in the woods behind it.

More About Lorena Emma "Rena" Bozeman:

Burial: Memorial Cemetery, Montgomery, AL

Record Change: 02 Oct 2003

Children of Charles McClain and Lorena Bozeman are:

i. Mary Ruth McClain, born in Montgomery AL; died Abt. 1975 in Montgomery AL; married Walter B Curlee; died in Montgomery AL.

ii. Charles Henderson "Buddy" McClain, born in Could not read nor write; had only one daughter; died 11 Jan 2002 in Ft Mitchell Military Cemetery, near Ft Sill, Alabama; married Lena Hainey; died 1991.

iii. Lillie Mae McClain, born 18 Oct 1909 in Ramer Alabama; died 28 Jun 1985 in Dublin AL Church Of Christ Cemetery; married Hubbert Duncan; died in Dublin AL. She was six feet tall.

 

 

iv. Katie Bell McClain, born 02 Apr 1912 she raised his children, Ramer AL; died in Montgomery AL; married Roscoe Coley Abt. 1939.

More About Roscoe Coley:

Burial: Abt. 1960, Memorial Cemetery, Montgomery, AL

v. Jimmie Lee McClain, born 17 Sep 1913 in Dublin AL; died 1932 in Dublin AL; married Hayes; died in unknown.

More About Jimmie Lee McClain:

Burial: 17 Mar 1932

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

15 vi. Alice Emma "Ellie" McClain, born 27 Mar 1916 in Dublin, Alabama; died 10 Oct 1935 in Columbus Street, Montgomery, AL; married Cecil Earl Fenn Carter Apr 1932 in Montgomery County AL. She was buried next to Nettie Coley, the wife of Roscoe Coley.

vii. Dr. William Walton McClain, PhD, born 20 Apr 1920 in Ramer Alabama; died Abt. 1972 in Arlington Cemetery.

 

viii. Joseph Edward McClain, born 24 May 1926 in Ramer AL; died Abt. 1975 in USNavy, Pearl Harbor, Memorial Cemetery, Montgomery, AL; married (1) Dorthy; married (2) Georgia Lou Broadway 1955.

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Generation No. 6

32. John Henry Brooks, born 1837 in born in Lancaster, Penn., a Tailor by trade, married and went to Texas, then the children are found in Alabama later; died 1882 in He was on 1860 census of Giles TN and on 1880 census of Lamar Texas. He was the son of 64. John Brooke and 65. unknown. He married 33. Roxanna Permilia Smith 1861 in maury County Tennessee.

 

33. Roxanna Permilia Smith, born 25 Jan 1841 in Mt Pleasant 1850 and 1860 census of Maury Tennessee; died 19 Jan 1925 in Texas. She was the daughter of 66. Thomas S Smith and 67. Caroline M Bond.

Notes for John Henry Brooks:

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Household: 1880 census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

John BROOKS Self M Male W 42 PA Farmer HOLLAND FRANCE

P. R. BROOKS Wife M Female W 38 TN Keeping House TN TN

Nora C. BROOKS Dau S Female W 18 TN At Home PA TN

Walter H. BROOKS Son S Male W 13 TN At Home PA TN

John H. BROOKS Son S Male W 7 TX PA TN

Lula C. BROOKS Dau S Female W 5 TX PA TN

... W. BROOKS Son S Male W 3 TX PA TN

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Precinct 1, Lamar, Texas

Family History Library Film 1255314

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More About John Henry Brooks:

Occupation: 1860, Tailor in Tennessee

Children of John Brooks and Roxanna Smith are:

i. M B Brooks

ii. Thomas Smith Brooks

iii. Nora Caroline Brooks, born 1862 in TN; married Hines.

iv. Walter Henry Brooks, born 1866 in TN; died 1953 in Sheffield Alabama; married Lena Gray Abt. 1890; born 1874.

16 v. John Edward Brooks, born 1872 in Tennessee; died 1929 in Railroad..Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery Alabama; married Anna "Annie" Ballard 12 Dec 1894 in Terry Tennessee.

vi. Lula Christine Brooks, born 1875 in Texas; married Edmond Lee Wiltshire.

vii. Nimrod Williams Brooks, born 25 Apr 1877 in LN Boiler Maker Railroad Worker was in WWI found on 20 Jefferson Street; died 1962 in Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery Alabama; married Mattie Josephine Rollins Abt. 1910; born 1886; died 1975 in Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery Alabama.

 

34. James Calvin Ballard, born Jan 1854 in found on 1880 census of Lawrence, TN near the Dawes family; died Sep 1921 in Maury TN. He was the son of 68. Larkin Francis Ballard and 69. Rowena Densy Baxter. He married 35. Willie Eudora "Dora" Florence Craig 05 Oct 1876 in Lawrence TN.

35. Willie Eudora "Dora" Florence Craig, born 16 Jul 1863 in Lawrence TN; died Aft. 1900 in Lawrence TN 1900 census with son Oscar near several Clark families.. She was the daughter of 70. William M Craig and 71. Rebecca Caroline Pennington.

More About James Calvin Ballard:

Burial: They are on the 1900 census with Oscar

More About Willie Eudora "Dora" Florence Craig:

Burial: Henryville Cemetery, Lawrence TN

Children of James Ballard and Willie Craig are:

17 i. Anna "Annie" Ballard, born 1877 in Lawrence, Maury County TN; died 1963 in West 5th Street, Montgomery Alabama; married John Edward Brooks 12 Dec 1894 in Terry Tennessee.

ii. Hattie F Ballard, born 1880 in TN; died 1915 in TX.

iii. Oscar Ballard, born 1887; died 1951.

iv. Luther Vernon Ballard, born 17 Jan 1894; died 04 Dec 1927 in Greenwood Cemetery, Montg AL by Annie.

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36. Charner Peter Cooper, born 1830 in South Carolina; died 1871 in Montgomery AL, Civil War Soldier, www.hometown.aol.com/alabamagenealogy/22.html. He was the son of 72. Andrew Cooper and 73. Alsey. He married 37. Sara F Lee 1845 in Chambers County.

37. Sara F Lee, born 1830 in Green County Georgia; died 1866 in Montgomery AL. She was the daughter of 74. Elijah Lee and 75. Malinda Phillips.

Much of the Phillips families were native american.

Notes for Charner Peter Cooper:

Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969

about Sarah Lee

Name: Sarah Lee

Spouse: Charner Cooper

Marriage Date: 18 Dec 1845

County: Chambers

State: Alabama

Performed By Title: Justice of the Peace

Performed by Name: Jas Humpsy

Comments: Handwritten note used

Source information: Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research

 

 

moved to Montgomery county between 1860 and 1863. 1 Aug 1863 enlisted in N. H. Clayton's Battery Light Arty

More About Charner Peter Cooper:

Burial: They are found in 1860 Chambers County Alabama

More About Sara F Lee:

Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Montg AL by Annie

Children of Charner Cooper and Sara Lee are:

i. John Henry Cooper, born 1847; married Anna May Hewell Jan 1871 in Elmore County.

ii. Savilla Annie Cooper, born 1852; married Wm Patrick McGehee.

18 iii. Levi Benjamin Cooper, born 1859 in Chambers Alabama; died Bef. 1920 in Church of Cecil, AL by his sons; married Sarah "Sallie" Elizabeth Carter 27 Jan 1884 in Momtgomery Alabama.

iv. Peter C Cooper, born 1862.

v. Irvon Elmore Cooper, born 1884; died in grandson?; married Mollie Vice 1894.

 

38. Thomas Randolph Carter, born 1820 in Alabama; died 1892 in 1880 CENSUS of Montg AL shows them near Bozemans and other Carters who may be his sons and or nephews.

. He was the son of 76. John Wise Carter and 77. Blassingame?. He married 39. Mary Josephine Hereferd Abt. 1861 in Montgomery Alabama.

 

39. Mary Josephine Hereferd, born 1844 in Virginia; died 1903 in Www.hometown.aol.com/grandpatrcarter/1.html. She was the daughter of 78. John L Hereferd and 79. Jemima Ramsey.

More About Thomas Randolph Carter:

Burial: stokes carter cemetery, Hope Hull, AL

More About Mary Josephine Hereferd:

Burial: Oak Wood Cemetery, Montgomery, AL

Child of Thomas Carter and Mary Hereferd is:

19 i. Sarah "Sallie" Elizabeth Carter, born Abt. 1867 in widowed on 1920 census, on West 5th Street, Montg AL, then she moved in with daughter Josephine; died Aft. 1930 in Greenwood by Josephine; married Levi Benjamin Cooper 27 Jan 1884 in Momtgomery Alabama.

 

40. Charles W Thornton, born Abt. 1825 in VA; died Bef. 1894 in Civil War, Elmore Alabama. He married 41. Nancy Catherine Culpepper 1848 in Tallapoosa County Alabama.

41. Nancy Catherine Culpepper, born 1831 in Crawford County GA. She was the daughter of 82. James Jefferson Culpepper and 83. Martha Byne Blackstone.

More About Charles W Thornton:

Burial: see 1850- 1860 census Tallapoosa County AL

Children of Charles Thornton and Nancy Culpepper are:

i. James G Thornton, born 1850.

ii. John Thornton, born 1853.

iii. Milton Thornton

iv. Louisa C Thornton

v. Martha Juliann Thornton

20 vi. George Thornton, born Jul 1864 in Alabama; died 1945 in they are buried in Central at Mt Hebron Baptist Church Cemetery off Hwy 9 in Elmore County; married Mary Angeline Partridge 16 Sep 1888 in Coosa Alabama.

vii. Wm Jackson Thornton, born 1875 in Elmore Alabama.

viii. Josiah Thornton, born 1856.

 

42. George J Partridge, born 1850 in Georgia. He was the son of 84. Charles Partridge and 85. Caroline Nancy Culpepper. He married 43. Mildred F Smith.

43. Mildred F Smith, born 1841 in Georgia.

Notes for George J Partridge:

Previous Household Next Household 1880

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

George J. PARTRIDGE Self M Male W 30 GA Farmer NC GA

Mildred F. PARTRIDGE Wife M Female W 39 GA Keeping House VA ---

Mary A. PARTRIDGE Dau S Female W 10 GA At Home GA GA

Augustus PARTRIDGE Son S Male W 7 GA At School GA GA

Josie PARTRIDGE Dau S Female W 5 GA At Home GA GA

Andrew MARTIN SSon S Male W 19 GA Farm Hand GA GA

Bill WILLIAMS Other S Male B 16 GA Servant GA GA

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Flint, Upson, Georgia

Family History Library Film 1254169

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

E. G. PARTRIDGE Self W Female W 59 GA Keeping House GA GA

Fannie PARTRIDGE Dau S Female W 35 TENN. NOT GIVEN NOT GIVEN

R. A. M. PARTRIDGE Dau S Female W 20 ALA. NOT GIVEN NOT GIVEN

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Newsite, Tallapoosa, Alabama

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

W. J. PARTRIDGE Self M Male W 22 ALA. Farmer NOT GIVEN NOT GIVEN

Lucy PARTRIDGE Wife M Female W 19 ALA. Keeping House NOT GIVEN NOT GIVEN

George D. PARTRIDGE Son S Male W 7M ALA. NOT GIVEN NOT GIVEN

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Newsite, Tallapoosa, Alabama

Children of George Partridge and Mildred Smith are:

21 i. Mary Angeline Partridge, born Oct 1870 in Georgia; died 1926 in lorraine remembers Mary as an Indian woman; married George Thornton 16 Sep 1888 in Coosa Alabama.

ii. Augustus Partridge, born 1873; married Matilda.

iii. Josie Partridge, born 1875; married John H Hodnett 11 Mar 1894 in Elmore, Alabama.

 

44. DAvid?Hood, born Abt. 1820 in GA. He was the son of 88. Archibald Hood. He married 45. Susan.

45. Susan, born Abt. 1830.

Notes for DAvid?Hood:

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Allen Hood

Male

 

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Event(s):

Birth: 1857 , , Alabama

Christening:

Death:

Burial:

 

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Parents:

Father: David Hood Family

Mother: Mrs. Susan Hood

Children of DAvid?Hood and Susan are:

22 i. L. Wesley Hood, born Mar 1859 in Alabama; died May 1924 in hull street, Montgomery, Alabama; married Ella Olivia Baxley 1884.

ii. Allen E Hood, born 1862; married Ella F Shelton 1884.

 

46. James Baxley, born 1846 in Alabama; died in 1880 census of Cold Spring, Elmore, Alabama. He married 47. Maranda Abt. 1870 in Alabama.

47. Maranda, born 1848 in Alabama.

Children of James Baxley and Maranda are:

i. Joseph L Baxley, born 1870.

23 ii. Ella Olivia Baxley, born 1871 in Cold Spring, Elmore, Alabama; died 1948 in Cains Chapel Cemetery in Elmore County, Alabama; married L. Wesley Hood 1884.

iii. Ophelia P Baxley, born 1873.

iv. Annie B Baxley, born 1876.

v. Mary E Baxley, born 1878.

vi. Sarah E Baxley, born 1878.

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48. Colonel William Cochran, born 03 Jul 1793 in Hickory, Washington Cty, Pennsylvania; died 07 Oct 1878 in Oxford Twnshp, Guernsey, Ohio. He was the son of 96. Alexander Cochran and 97. Hannah Sarah Adams. He married 49. Martha Patty Henderson 20 Feb 1818 in Middlebourne, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa.

49. Martha Patty Henderson, born 23 May 1799 in PA; died 02 Mar 1851 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio. She was the daughter of 99. Nancy Ann Clendenning.

Several of these families left Pennsylvania for Ohio and settled so very close to each other. Perhaps Quakers, perhaps Pennsylvania Dutch.

 

More About Colonel William Cochran:

Burial: Stout Cem., Quaker City, Ohio

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

More About Martha Patty Henderson:

Burial: Stout Cem., Quaker city, Ohio

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

Marriage Notes for William Cochran and Martha Henderson:

1 REFN 128962

Children of William Cochran and Martha Henderson are:

i. Squire John Henderson Cochran, born 25 Dec 1818 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; died 25 Mar 1890 in Biggs, Butte, California, Usa; married Elizabeth Snider in Boonesville, Ohio; born 03 Jul 1823 in Boonesville OH; died in unknown.

Notes for Squire John Henderson Cochran:

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More About Squire John Henderson Cochran:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

More About Elizabeth Snider:

 

ii. Mary Jane Cochran, born 1820.

 

24 iii. Jacob Benjamin Cochran, born 22 Feb 1822 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio; died 24 Nov 1902 in Civil War Vet, and First Homesteader of Hill City, in 1882 Graham, KS; married (2) Mariah Ann White 20 Jan 1845 in Guernsey Co., Ohio; married (3) Clora Jane Miller 13 Nov 1879 in Bloomington, McLean, Ilinois.

iv. Clark Birmingham Cochran, born 23 Nov 1822 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio; died 28 Jan 1905 in Tonakawa, Kay Co., OK; married Margaret Almira Pepper 08 Mar 1846 in Tuscarawas, Ohio; born 1827; died in they were found in Illinois on 1870 census.

Notes for Clark Birmingham Cochran:

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More About Margaret Almira Pepper:

Name 2: Elmira Margaret Pepper

Date born 2: new Philadelphia, Tuscarawas, OHIO

Record Change: 08 Oct 2003

Marriage Notes for Clark Cochran and Margaret Pepper:

1 REFN 128942

v. Hamilton Cochran, born Abt. 1824 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio; died in Canada?.

More About Hamilton Cochran:

Identifier Number: 17336

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

vi. Emeline Cochran, born 19 Jan 1826 in Ohio; died 05 Mar 1905; married (1) Isaiah Stout; born Abt. 1822 in NJ 1844 in ,Washington, Pennsylvania, Usa.

Notes for Emeline Cochran:

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More About Emeline Cochran:

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

Marriage Notes for Emeline Cochran:

1 REFN 129228

vii. William Harrison Cochran, born Abt. 1830 in ,Ohio, Usa; died in 1860 Greene, Iowa census could be this family; married Mariah.

Notes for William Harrison Cochran:

Record Alma B Cochran Neosho Falls, Woodson, KS abt 1866 Kansas White Male

View Record Ann E Cochran Neosho Falls, Woodson, KS abt 1827 New York White Female

View Record Charles W C Cochran Neosho Falls, Woodson, KS abt 1861 Kansas White Male

View Record Frank E Cochran Neosho Falls, Woodson, KS abt 1857 Iowa White Male

View Record Julia A Cochran Neosho Falls, Woodson, KS abt 1851 Ohio White Female

View Record William H Cochran Neosho Falls, Woodson, KS abt 1827 Ohio White Male

1870

More About William Harrison Cochran:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

viii. Alexander Cochran, born 26 Feb 1832 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; died 14 Aug 1904 in Wheeling, West Virginia, Usa; married (1) Susan A Gregg; married (2) Susan A Gregg 1872 in Belmont OH; died in unknown.

Notes for Alexander Cochran:

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More About Alexander Cochran:

Burial: Quaker City, Ohio, Usa

Identifier Number: 17337

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

Notes for Susan A Gregg:

1900 United States Federal Census

about Susan A Cochran

Name: Susan A Cochran

Home in 1900: Millwood, Guernsey, Ohio

Age: 62

Estimated birth year: abt 1838

Birthplace: Ohio

Relationship to head-of-house: Wife

Spouse's name: Alexander

Race: White

Occupation: View image

Neighbors: View others on page

Household Members: Name Age

Alexander Cochran 68

Susan A Cochran 62

Lena M Cochran 27

 

Marriage Notes for Alexander Cochran and Susan Gregg:

1 REFN 130726

ix. Thomas Whiting Cochran, born Abt. 1834 in Ohio, Usa; died in Possibly California; married Hattie? 10 Dec 1857 in Kingston, Madison, AR.

 

 

x. Joseph Cochran, born Abt. 1838 in Ohio; died 1877.

xi. Martha Ann Cochran, born Abt. 1842 in Ohio; married 16 Jan 1860; married 16 Jan 1860.

Notes for Martha Ann Cochran:

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50. James Madison Miller, born 17 Jan 1823 in Harrisburg, Rockingham, VA; died 20 Mar 1904 in Green Township, Iowa. He was the son of 100. James T Miller and 101. Sarah Isabella Boyd. He married 51. Mary Clara Parker 04 Jul 1850 in Bloomington, McLean, Illinois.

51. Mary Clara Parker, born 11 Apr 1832 in Ashabula County OH; died 15 Aug 1917 in Wellman, Washington County, Iowa. She was the daughter of 102. Wanton Horatio Parker and 103. Rosannah Lemmon.

Notes for James Madison Miller:

Rockingham co., Virginia

1830 to moved with parents to Montgomery Co., Tennessee, and located at a place near the line of Christian co., KY. (from Milo Custer's "The Reverend Alexander Miller of Virginia and Some of His Descendants")

Fall 1834 to McLean co., Illinois with parents.

1850 US Census, Blooming Precint, McLean co., Illinois, 620-633

1855 to Greene twp., Iowa co., Iowa

1856 Iowa Census, Green twp., Iowa co., Iowa, 62-64

1860 US Census, Green twp., Iowa co., Iowa, 97-104

1870 US Census, Green twp., Iowa co., Iowa, 174-132

1880 US Census, Greene twp., Iowa co., Iowa

1900 US Census, Greene twp., Iowa co., Iowa, 12-13

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"The Williamsburg Journal", Wiliamsburg, Iowa co., Iowa, dated Thursday, March 30, 1904, in the Green Valley news:

Mr. Jas. Miller one of Green Valley's oldest settlers died last Sunday morning and was laid to rest in Champion Hill Cemetery on Monday. Despite the gloomy weather it was one of the largest funerals ever held at Champion Hill; many came from a distance to pay their last respects to one known only for his goodness and uprightness. He leaves a wife and ten children to mourn his loss.

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Pages 26 & 28 of Milo Custer's "The Reverend Alexander Miller of Virginia and Some of His Descendants".

Enlisted in Co. B, 4th Ill. Inf. (Mexican War)

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"Archelaus R. Parker and His Descendants" by Milo Custer

 

Father: James T. MILLER b: 3 August 1795 in Rockingham co., Virginia

Mother: Sarah LOYD b: @1803 in Va.

Marriage 1 Mary C. PARKER b: 11 April 1832 in Ashtabula county, Ohio

Married: 4 July 1850 in McLean co., Illinois

More About James Madison Miller:

Burial: Champion Hill Cemetery

Record Change: 01 Oct 2003

Notes for Mary Clara Parker:

Name: Lemont Madison MILLER

Sex: M

ALIA: /Lemmon/

Birth: 6 FEB 1877 in Topeka, Shawnee Co., Kansas

Burial: Champion Hill Cemetery, N. English, Iowa Co., Iowa

Note:

Was known by "Lemmon"

Story goes is that his mother was a medicine women who took care of the

Indians, and the Indians couldn't pronounce Lemont so they called him Lemmon.

 

 

Father: James Madison MILLER b: 17 JAN 1823 in Harrisonburg, Rockingham Co.,

Virgina

Mother: Mary C PARKER b: 11 APR 1832 in Ashtabula Co., Ohio

Marriage 1 Ida L WISEMAN b: 26 NOV 1878 in Iowa

Children

Hubert Francis MILLER b: 23 MAY 1912 in Lakin, Kansas

Living MILLER

More About Mary Clara Parker:

Record Change: 01 Oct 2003

Children of James Miller and Mary Parker are:

i. Rosannah Miller, born 25 Mar 1850 in Green Township, Iowa; died 10 Nov 1914 in Greeley NB; married (1) Joseph Pinkerton; married (2) Henry Wynfield Hoyt 28 Sep 1869 in Marengo IA; married (3) James Franklin Dorland 09 Jan 1909.

25 ii. Clora Jane Miller, born 12 Oct 1852 in Bloomington, McLean, IL; died 06 Dec 1931 in Hill City, Graham, KS; married (1) Isaac Newton Jones in abt 1875; married (2) Jacob Benjamin Cochran 13 Nov 1879 in Bloomington, McLean, Ilinois.

iii. Chancy W. Miller, born 19 Dec 1854 in Bloomington, McLean, Illinois; died 28 Feb 1933 in 1930 Hospital for the Insane patient..IA.

iv. Ravena M Miller, born 06 Jan 1857 in Green Township, Iowa; married Henderson.

v. Florence Miller, born 1859 in IA; married Amos C Whetstine; born 1853 in OH.

vi. Millard Miller, born Abt. 1860.

vii. Sylvester L Miller, born 07 May 1861 in Wellman, Washington County, Iowa; died 25 Aug 1924 in Green Valley IA.

viii. Joseph D Miller, born 11 Nov 1865 in Green Township, Iowa; died 29 Aug 1936 in Topeka Kansas; married Elsie Jane Dillon; born 06 Mar 1895.

ix. John M Miller, born 16 Feb 1868 in Green Township, Iowa; died 28 May 1940 in Topeka, Shawnee County, KS; married Ida Mae Butterbaugh 25 Jan 1903 in Amish Joe Town IA; born 11 Mar 1884 in Amish , Joe Town IA; died 04 Nov 1937 in Topeka, Shawnee County, KS.

x. Hattie M Miller, born Abt. 1870 in Green Township, Iowa; died 17 Sep 1890.

xi. Cynthia E Miller, born 18 Jan 1871 in Green Township, Iowa; died 03 Jul 1879 in Green Township, Iowa.

xii. Hannah E Miller, born 24 Sep 1872 in Green Township, Iowa; died 04 Mar 1873 in Green Township, Iowa; married Verner Jerome Tefft; born 15 Apr 1854 in MI......... need to verify this marriage....

xiii. Dora Lucy Miller, born 15 Sep 1876 in Koszta IA; died 19 Feb 1923 in Keota, Keokuk, IA; married David Benjamin Chapman 25 Dec 1896 in Wellman, Washington Co, Iowa.

xiv. Lemmon William Madison Miller, born 06 Feb 1877 in Green Township, Iowa; died 1950 in Keota, Keokuk, Iowa; married (1) Ida L Wiseman; born in Iowa; married (2) Ida L Wiseman 29 Jun 1897; born in Iowa.

 

52. Benjamin Wylie Coonfield, born 21 Oct 1844 in Ripley Co Crossroads Indiana; died 06 Jul 1914 in McLellan Co Waco TX. He was the son of 104. Isaac Benjamin Jr Coonfield and 105. Lydia Epperson. He married 53. Martha Frances Young 26 Oct 1865 in Johnson County, Indiana.

53. Martha Frances Young, born 25 Nov 1841 in Indiana; died 13 Aug 1897 in Vaughn, Benton Co., AR.

She was the daughter of 106. James Young and 107. Minerva Evans.

Notes for Benjamin Wylie Coonfield:

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Ben COONFIELD Self M Male W 35 IN Farmer KY KY

Marthe F. COONFIELD Wife M Female W 36 IN Keeping House KY VA

George W. COONFIELD Son S Male W 13 AR IN IN

John R. COONFIELD Son S Male W 12 AR IN IN

Benjmin COONFIELD Son S Male W 11 AR IN IN

Mary A. COONFIELD Dau S Female W 7 AR IN IN

Albert B. COONFIELD Son S Male W 5 AR IN IN

Jackson E. COONFIELD Son S Male W 4 AR IN IN

Margret COONFIELD Dau S Female W 3 AR IN IN

Thomas O. COONFIELD Son S Male W 8M AR IN IN

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Anderson, Benton, Arkansas

Family History Library Film 1254038

NA Film Number T9-0038

More About Benjamin Wylie Coonfield:

Record Change: 08 Oct 2003

Notes for Martha Frances Young:

1870 US Federal Census

Name: B F Coonfields

Age in 1870: 25

Estimated Birth Year: 1844

Birthplace: Indiana

Home in 1870: Osage, Benton, Arkansas

Race: White

Gender: Male

Value of real estate: View Image

Post Office: Bentonville

Roll: M593_47

Page: 300

Image: 593

Year: 1870

29 July 1870

775/775 Coonfield, B. F. 25 M W Farmer IN

---------, Martha 29 F W Keeping house IN

---------, George 4 M W IN

---------, John 2 M W AR

Children of Benjamin Coonfield and Martha Young are:

i. James Fred Coonfield

ii. George Wm Coonfield, born 1867; married Nettie Dehaven 1892 in Fort Scott Kansas.

iii. John Robert Coonfield, born 1867; died 1914 in 1910 census shows them in Rogers Oklahoma living near Mr Walkingstick, Vann and Pierce; married Mabel Sarah Cumpton; born 1874 in missouri; died 1949.

More About John Robert Coonfield:

Occupation: Railroad

iv. Isaac Benjamin Coonfield, born 1869.

26 v. Benjamin Wallace Coonfield, born 31 Aug 1870 in Anderson, Benton Co Arkansas; died 1938 in Coffelt Cemetery, Benton Co AR; married Lattie Cedonia Little 29 Nov 1891 in Symore Rifes, Arkansas.

vi. Mary Ella Coonfield, born 1871; died 1935 in Arkansas; married John R Davidson; born 1869; died 1958.

More About John R Davidson:

Date born 2: 1870

vii. Albert Barton Coonfield, born 1875 in widowed on 1920 census in Oklahoma; married Nellie Ann Davidson 1895 in Stigler OK; born 1879 in Kansas; died Bef. 1920.

viii. Jackson Edward Coonfield, born 1875 in Benton Co AR; died 1938 in Stigler OK; married Viola Yates.

ix. Margaret Ann Coonfield, born 1877.

x. Thomas Oliver Coonfield, born 1880 in aR; married Julia Ellen 1898; born 1884.

 

54. John Wright Little, born 04 Dec 1843 in Davies County Kentucky; died 20 Jul 1915 in Marble County, Arkansas. He was the son of 108. Doctor Hiram Lucius Little and 109. Nancy Catherine Wright. He married 55. Mary Catherine Crigler 22 Jun 1870 in Shephardsville Bullit County, KY.

55. Mary Catherine Crigler, born 27 Oct 1850 in Kentucky; died 30 Apr 1885 in Illinois. She was the daughter of 110. Abraham Crigler and 111. Mary Catherine Roby.

Notes for John Wright Little:

 

BIOGRAPHY: 1900 Census, Madison County (Marble Twp.) Arkansas

Little, John W. Head (Dec. 1843) 56 Wd. KY KY KY

Coonfield, Ben F. S-in-law (Feb. 1871) 29 (Marr. 8yrs)

AR IN AR

Mort Daug. (Jun. 1876) 24 (Marr. 8yrs.) 1,1chld. KY KY KY

Charley G-Son (Jun. 1900) 4/12 Single AR KY AR

William G-Son (May 1884) 16 Single KY KY KY

Sam? G-Son (Oct. 1881) 18 Single KY KY KY

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More About John Wright Little:

Record Change: 05 Oct 2003

Notes for Mary Catherine Crigler:

...: 27 149 153 Crigler Wm. L. 37 M Blacksmith VA 28 149 153 Crigler Nancy C. 35 F MD

29 149 153 Crigler James 8 M KY X

30 149 153 Crigler Harriet R. 5 F KY

http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi- bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/ky+index+623561380561+F

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1 237 239 Little Catharine 28 F KY

2 237 239 Little Lavina 9 F KY X

3 237 239 Little John W. 7 M KY X

4 237 239 Little Joseph M. 5 M KY

5 237 239 Little Susan R. 4 F KY

6 237 239 Little Ann R. 1 F KY

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CENSUS YR: 1850 TERRITORY: KY COUNTY: Daviess REEL NO: M432-198 PAGE NO: 440a

REFERENCE: Enumerated on the 5th day of Sept. 1850 by M. M. Lea

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1 294 296 Little Elizabeth 29 F KY

2 294 296 Little Matilda 13 F KY X

3 294 296 Little Mary J. 11 F KY X

4 294 296 Little Nancy 9 F KY X

5 294 296 Little Elizabeth 7 F KY X

6 294 296 Little John W. 5 M KY

7 294 296 Little Saml. H. 3 M KY

8 294 296 Leachman

 

More About Mary Catherine Crigler:

Record Change: 05 Oct 2003

Children of John Little and Mary Crigler are:

i. Georgia Alice Little, born 1870 in Bardstown, Bullitt, KY; married nelson.

27 ii. Lattie Cedonia Little, born 14 Jan 1872 in Bardstown Junction, Kentucky; died 23 Jan 1933 in Vaughn, Benton County, Arkansas; married Benjamin Wallace Coonfield 29 Nov 1891 in Symore Rifes, Arkansas.

iii. William Phineas Little, born 1873 in Kentucky; died in on 1920 census of Benton Arkansas; married Elva; born 1890 in Kentucky.

Notes for William Phineas Little:

http://www.rootsweb.com/~okgenweb/pioneer/ohs/wardjulius.htm

iv. John Abraham Little, born 1875 in Kentucky; married Jennie ( Hudson? ); born 1880 in Arkansas.

 

 

v. Mortie Maude Moore Little, born 1876 in Bardstown, Bullitt, KY; died 14 Jul 1964 in 1920 shows them next to her brother Charles in Benton AR; married Benjamin Franklin Coonfield 26 Sep 1892; born 16 Feb 1870 in Pope AR; died 25 Sep 1938.

vi. Charles Little, born 31 May 1879 in Bardstown, Bullitt, KY; died in 1910 census shows him living with his father in Marble AR but in 1920 they are in Benton County next to Mort Little Coonfield; married Bertha; born in Arkansas.

vii. Samuel Joseph Little, born 19 Oct 1881 in Bardstown Junction, Bullitt, KY.; died 1939 in divorced and lived with his sister Lattie Coonfield on 1920 census; married Nancy Moore 07 Aug 1904 in Arkansas.

Notes for Samuel Joseph Little:

...: SAM is Lottie's brother but she is not shown here and would be age 9

We need the 1880 census report on them

 

 

 

Children

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1. Samuel J. LITTLE Pedigree

Male

Birth: 19 OCT 1881 Bardstown, , Bullitt, Kentucky

Christening:

Death:

Burial:

 

***Frank Laverne Cochran has a picture of this headstone and called him UNCLE SAM.

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...: ?

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56. John Fenn, born 1829 in Georgia; died Bef. 1900 in Notasulga and Tuskegee Census, Macon County, Alabama. He was the son of 112. Elijah Fenn and 113. Martha Rich. He married 57. Emeline "Emily" Harrell 04 Feb 1849 in Early Georgia.

57. Emeline "Emily" Harrell, born 1831 in Macon Georgia; died Abt. 1905 in Alabama. She was the daughter of 114. Dempy Harrell and 115. Jane Donalson.

More About Emeline "Emily" Harrell:

Burial: found on 1900 census with grandson W O Murry

Children of John Fenn and Emeline Harrell are:

i. Madison A Fenn, born 1853 in Called Uncle Matt, born Tuskegee, Alabama; died 1927 in Buried as Matthew A Fenn; married Emma; born in Had no children; died in 1900 and 1910 in Cherokee County Texas.

More About Madison A Fenn:

Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama

28 ii. William Franklin Fenn, born Dec 1855 in Tuskegee, Macon County, Alabama; died 11 Mar 1922 in from farm manager in Eufaula to boarding house in Montgomery County AL; married (1) Eva DeCotta; married (2) Anna Lou Stone 05 Sep 1893 in Bullock County, AL.

iii. Thomas S Fenn, born 1858 in Alabama; died in found on the 1910 census of Montague TX; married Lucinda LeGrand or Lula 27 Dec 1878 in Russell, Alabama; born in Ga.

Notes for Thomas S Fenn:

 

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THOMAS FENELL

Male Family

 

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Birth:

Christening:

Death:

Burial:

 

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Marriages:

Spouse: LUCINDA LEGRAND Family

Marriage: 27 DEC 1878 , Russell, Alabama

iv. Ida Fenn, born 1863 in Alabama; died Aft. 1900 in Had 9 children; married Jonathon Murry 01 Aug 1878 in Macon Alabama; born 1844 in Alabama; died Abt. 1896 in Cotton Mill worker, Russell County, Alabama.

More About Ida Fenn:

Burial: Girard, Russell County, Alabama

Notes for Jonathon Murry:

North America

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JONATHAN MURRY

Male Family

 

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Spouse: IDA FENEL Family

Marriage: 01 AUG 1878 , Macon, Alabama

 

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1910 Lee Co, AL, Smiths Station, beat 14, pages 153-154

(all birthplaces AL except as noted)

Wm Oscar Murry 28 M1 farmer, married 10 yrs

Annie Fletcher (wife) 25 M1 AL GA GA married 10 yrs, 5 kids, 5 living

Sewell? D.(son) 9

Annie Lucile (dau) 7

Chester Read? (son) 4

Fletcher L. (dau) 3

Wm Oscar, Jr (son) 1yr&3mos

 

58. Augustus Marvin Stone, born Jul 1842 in blacksmith in Bullock, Greenwood, AL in 1900; died Bef. 1920 in Railroad Shop Night Watchman, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. He was the son of 116. Benjamin Wilburne Stone and 117. Sarah Ann Davies. He married 59. Mary Ann Hendrick 19 Dec 1866 in Barbour County Alabama.

59. Mary Ann Hendrick, born Feb 1846 in AL; died Aft. 1920 in 1880 census shows both her parents were born in Georgia and she did move back to GA., ran a boarding house, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. She was the daughter of 118. C C Hendrick and 119. Mary Ann Winters.

Children of Augustus Stone and Mary Hendrick are:

i. Arthur Stone, born 1867 in Bartender in 1900 census of Macon city, Bibb, GA.

ii. Sarah Catherine Sallie Stone, born 1869; married William Thompson Eidson 09 Feb 1888 in Alabama; born 10 Apr 1856.

iii. Lucy Stone, born 1871.

29 iv. Anna Lou Stone, born Nov 1871 in Alabama; died Abt. 1933 in Macon, Bibb, Georgia; married (1) Carter; married (2) William Franklin Fenn 05 Sep 1893 in Bullock County, AL.

v. Charles Stone, born 1879.

vi. Jeannie Stone, born 1881; married Fisher.

 

60. Josiah Marion McClain, born 1838 in GA; died 02 Aug 1899 in Ramer AL. He was the son of 120. James Walker McClain and 121. Anna. He married 61. Elizabeth "Bettie" Broadway Abt. 1868 in Montgomery Alabama.

61. Elizabeth "Bettie" Broadway, born 1853 in Ramah AL; died 21 Jan 1927 in Ramer Alabama. She was the daughter of 122. Abner Abros Broadway and 123. Mary Susan Stephens.

Notes for Josiah Marion McClain:

1880

Josiah M. MCLAIN Self M Male W 42 GA Farmer SC GA

Elisabeth B. MCLAIN Wife M Female W 27 AL Keeping House AL SC

Mary MCLAIN Dau S Female W 11 AL GA AL

Ida O. MCLAIN Dau S Female W 9M AL GA AL

Census Place E.D. 142, Tuckers Store, Montgomery, Alabama

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Last Name: McClain

Date of Birth:

Birth Information:

Date of Death:

Death Information:

Discharge Date:

Discharge Information:

Branch:

Regimental Unit: 33rd Alabama Regiment

Company Unit: K

Co. Unit Name:

Pension Rec: Yes

Authority: Pension Application, Montgomery County, August 2, 1899.

First Name: J. MI: M.

Marital Status:

Occupation:

Enlistment Date:

Enlistment Information: Private

Engagements:

Engage. con't:

Remarks: Volunteer. Applicant: McClain, E. B. (Widow).

http://www.archives.alabama.gov/civilwar/soldier.cfm

 

Last Name: McLain

Date of Birth:

Birth Information:

Date of Death:

Death Information:

Discharge Date:

Discharge Information:

Branch:

Regimental Unit: 33rd Alabama Regiment

Company Unit: K

Co. Unit Name:

Pension Rec:

Authority: Pension Application, Montgomery, Alabama, 1897/06/09

First Name: J. MI: M.

Marital Status:

Occupation:

Enlistment Date:

Enlistment Information: Alabama, Private

Engagements: Wounded; Nov. 30, 1864 at Franklin, Tennessee.

Engage. con't:

Remarks: Applicant; McLain, E. B. (Widow)

More About Josiah Marion McClain:

Burial: his widow E B filed for Civil War Pension on 8/2/1899; 33rd Alabama Regiment, Company K

Record Change: 07 Oct 2003

Notes for Elizabeth "Bettie" Broadway:

1910 census, Montgomery County (Tuckers Twp., Beat 15) Alabama - page 192

Household#68

Gardner, John L. Head 53 (Marr.2 - 11yrs.) AL SC SC

Elizabeth B. Wife 47 (Marr.2 - 11yrs.) 2,1chld. AL AL SC

McClain, Charles A. Stepson 23 (Marr.1 - 2yrs.) AL GA AL

Lorena E. StepD-L19 (Marr.1 - 2yrs.) 1,1 chld. AL AL AL

Lillie M. GranD 6/12 Single ` AL AL AL

More About Elizabeth "Bettie" Broadway:

Burial: she appears on 1860 census with father Abner Broadway and 1880 with Josiah ; then 1900 with second husband

Record Change: 25 Oct 2003

Children of Josiah McClain and Elizabeth Broadway are:

i. Mary McClain, born 1869 in Ramer Alabama; died Abt. 1883 in unknown.

ii. Ida O McClain, born 1879 in Ramer Alabama; died Abt. 1881 in unknown.

30 iii. Charles Allen McClain, born 07 Oct 1886 in WWI Vet, Ramer, Montgomery, AL; died 24 Oct 1949 in Highland Avenue, Montgomery, AL; married Lorena Emma "Rena" Bozeman 22 Nov 1908 in Ramer Alabama.

 

62. John Thomas Bozeman, born 30 Jan 1865 in farmed the 40 acres of cotton, lived in 3 room log cabin, born in Ramer, Alabama; died 27 Sep 1918 in Hills Chapel Cemetery, Montgomery, AL. He was the son of 124. Peter Edward Bozeman and 125. Nancy Jane Anderson. He married 63. Alice Lorena Stephens 1886 in Montgomery Alabama.

63. Alice Lorena Stephens, born Abt. 1867 in Montgomery County AL; died 1894 in Hickory Grove, Sellers Station, Montgomery, AL. She was the daughter of 126. Joseph C Stephens and 127. Sara E J Mills.

More About John Thomas Bozeman:

Record Change: 08 Oct 2003

More About Alice Lorena Stephens:

Record Change: 02 Oct 2003

Children of John Bozeman and Alice Stephens are:

i. Rollie S Bozeman, born 11 Nov 1887 in Ramer, AL; died 04 Jul 1944 in Ramer AL; married Verna Alberta Money; born 26 Nov 1886 in Pine Level AL; died 16 Oct 1972 in Atlanta GA but buried in Ramer AL.

More About Rollie S Bozeman:

Burial: Ramer, Montgomery, AL

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

31 ii. Lorena Emma "Rena" Bozeman, born 11 Jan 1892 in Ramer Alabama; died 12 Jun 1982 in Montgomery AL; married Charles Allen McClain 22 Nov 1908 in Ramer Alabama.

iii. Ethel Mae Bozeman, born 17 Oct 1893 in Ramer Alabama; died 30 Nov 1979 in Hills Chapel, Dublin, Montgomery Co, AL; married Jason G Gibson 18 Apr 1912 in Montgomery County AL; born 20 May 1891 in AL; died 02 Oct 1963 in Hills Chapel, Dublin AL.

More About Ethel Mae Bozeman:

Record Change: 08 Oct 2003, She told stories of how they went places in the Wagon, to church, or to Dexter Avenue to sell the cotton they had picked.....while the ride may take a week by wagon, they all went and had enough to stay in a hotel on Dexter that night to rest.

iv. John Bozeman, born 1894; died 1894.

More About John Bozeman:

Record Change: 08 Oct 2003

v. Bertha M Bozeman, born 08 Dec 1894; died 04 Oct 1979 in Dublin AL; married Walter Broadway; born 09 Oct 1890; died 1967.

More About Bertha M Bozeman:

Died 2: 04 Oct 1979

More About Walter Broadway:

Died 2: 03 Mar 1967, Dublin AL

 

Generation No. 7

64. John Brooke, born 1810 in Holland; died Abt. 1850 in Pa. He married 65. unknown.

65. unknown, born in France; died Abt. 1850 in Pa.

Notes for John Brooke:

Seek info. on John Brooke(s) bn c 1810 and family. John Brooke was bn in Holland and wife in France whose name is unknown. They came to the U.S. about 1841 and it's believed they lived in PA. The parents died possibly prior to l850 from unknown causes and left four young children: John (bn cl837); Edward; Henry and Christine. A guardian was appointed and Christine was adopted. John (bn cl837) is my gtgt grandfather. He was taught the tailoring trade and moved to Columbia, TN about l860. Nothing is known on the other siblings except one brother had a son named Abraham L. Brooke (bn cl866 - l870's) who is thought to have lived in Reading, PA. Apparently all siblings except John lived in PA. My gt Aunt, Lula Brooks Wiltshire bn l874 stated her sister Nora Brooks Hines bn l86l had corresponded with her first cousin Abraham L. Brooke but they later lost contact. He is thought to have never married. My mother is a Brooks. Any info. appreciated. I live in Montgomery, AL. Thanks.

I recently found Abraham L. Brook on the l880 census in Northumberland Co., PA. His age given is l7 thus born l862-63. He is living in household of Frank Miller age 28 or 38(?) and wife Catherine age 39. Apparently Catherine is Abraham Brook's mother and a widow who remarried Mr. Miller. Catherine could have had other children living away from home in l880. There are no Miller children listed. Mr. Miller worked for the railroad and Abraham Brook may have also

Grandfather Robert Warner Brooks was born in 1918 to Robert Warner Brooks (born 1886 in Philadelphia to a Francis Brooks and Georgianna Jones) and Carrie Kanouse of Nesquehoning, Carbon County.

Francis Brooks was born in Philadelphia to John S Brooks(~1840, a retail grocer)and Sarah?.

I know Francis Brooks lived in Upper Darby as did his brother Harry.

My Grandfather's sister lived in Sunbury/Muncy area for years, most of his family remained in the Summit Hill area - Carbon County.

My Grandfather often talked about his Aunts and Uncles from Philadelphia area visiting frequently.As the W. as a middle name drew my attention to your post, could this be a connection

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Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Frank MILLER Self M Male W 28 PA R.R. Fireman NJ NJ

Catharine MILLER Wife M Female W 39 PA Keeping House IRE PA

Abraham L. BROOK Son S Male W 17 PA Messenger For Tlg. PA PA

 

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Source Information:

Census Place West Ward, Sunbury, Northumberland, Pennsylvania

Family History Library Film 1255164

Children of John Brooke and unknown are:

i. Edward Brooks, married Catherine.

ii. Henry Brooks

iii. Christine Brooks

32 iv. John Henry Brooks, born 1837 in born in Lancaster, Penn., a Tailor by trade, married and went to Texas, then the children are found in Alabama later; died 1882 in He was on 1860 census of Giles TN and on 1880 census of Lamar Texas; married Roxanna Permilia Smith 1861 in maury County Tennessee.

 

66. Thomas S Smith, born 1820 in Tennessee; died 1890. He was the son of 132. Henry Smith and 133. Siniah Evans. He married 67. Caroline M Bond 17 Nov 1840 in maury County Tennessee.

67. Caroline M Bond, born 16 Feb 1823 in Sumner TN; died 1909. She was the daughter of 134. John Baptist Bond and 135. Catherine Kitty Stone.

Notes for Caroline M Bond:

Husband

John Baptist Bond Pedigree

 

Birth: About 1790 , , North Carolina

Christening:

Marriage: 23 DEC 1819 , Sumner, Tennessee

Death: 30 SEP 1845

Burial:

 

 

 

 

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Wife

Catherine Stone Pedigree

 

Birth: 09 NOV 1797 <, Maury, Tennessee>

Christening:

Marriage: 23 DEC 1819 , Sumner, Tennessee

Death: 11 SEP 1845

Burial:

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1. Caroline M. Bond Pedigree

Female

Birth: 16 FEB 1823 , Sumner, Tennessee

Christening:

Death: 24 DEC 1909

Burial:

Children of Thomas Smith and Caroline Bond are:

33 i. Roxanna Permilia Smith, born 25 Jan 1841 in Mt Pleasant 1850 and 1860 census of Maury Tennessee; died 19 Jan 1925 in Texas; married John Henry Brooks 1861 in maury County Tennessee.

ii. John Henry Smith, born 21 Dec 1844 in Mississippi; died in Texas census of 1880 by his sister Roxanna in Lamar TX; married N. C Fisher?; born 1852 in Mo and her parents are from Kentucky.

Notes for John Henry Smith:

near Roxanna

 

 

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

J. H. SMITH Self M Male W 35 MS Farmer TN TN

N. C. SMITH Wife M Female W 27 MO Keeping House KY KY

John F. SMITH Son S Male W 4 LA MS MO

Mary C. SMITH Dau S Female W 5M TX MS MO

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Precinct 1, Lamar, Texas

Family History Library Film 1255314

NA Film Number T9-1314

 

68. Larkin Francis Ballard, born 1830 in Tn; died Bef. 1880 in 1860 shows them in Perry TN near a Clark. He was the son of 136. James Milton Ballard and 137. Kissiah Dickens. He married 69. Rowena Densy Baxter 1847 in TN.

69. Rowena Densy Baxter, born 1831 in hickman, Maury County TN; died in widowed on the 1880 census of Maury TN. She was the daughter of 138. James Jr Baxter and 139. Hester Ward.

Notes for Rowena Densy Baxter:

U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900

about Larkin Ballard

Name: Larkin Ballard

Gender: male

Birth Place: TN

Birth Year: 1830

Spouse Name: Densey Baxter

Spouse

Birth Place: TN

Number Pages: 1

Children of Larkin Ballard and Rowena Baxter are:

i. Allen Ballard, married Nancy Smith?.

ii. Gentry T Ballard, married Nancy Matilda Bass.

iii. Mary Ballard

iv. Stephen Ballard, born 1853; married Georgia Ann White.

34 v. James Calvin Ballard, born Jan 1854 in found on 1880 census of Lawrence, TN near the Dawes family; died Sep 1921 in Maury TN; married (1) unknown; married (2) Willie Eudora "Dora" Florence Craig 05 Oct 1876 in Lawrence TN.

vi. Andrew Ballard, born 1856 in TN listed on 1880 census as servant to J H Beard.

vii. Hettie Ballard, born 1864.

viii. Lizzie Ballard, born 1866.

ix. Larkin Ballard, born 1868.

x. Telitha Ballard, born 1851.

xi. Gentry Ballard, born 1855.

 

70. William M Craig, born 1840 in TN; died 1869 in TN. He was the son of 140. David C Craig and 141. Catherine Katie Conley. He married 71. Rebecca Caroline Pennington 29 Aug 1860 in Lawrence TN.

71. Rebecca Caroline Pennington, born 1841 in TN; died Oct 1912 in TN. She was the daughter of 142. Wm Pennington and 143. Gracy A, Mrs Mary Pennington.

Children of William Craig and Rebecca Pennington are:

35 i. Willie Eudora "Dora" Florence Craig, born 16 Jul 1863 in Lawrence TN; died Aft. 1900 in Lawrence TN 1900 census with son Oscar near several Clark families; married James Calvin Ballard 05 Oct 1876 in Lawrence TN.

ii. Alice C Craig, born 1866; died 1870.

 

72. Andrew Cooper, born 1782 in Ireland...Found in 1830 census Fairfield SC next to George and Adam Cooper; died 1838 in Alabama. He was the son of 144. Adam Cooper and 145. Jane Bell. He married 73. Alsey 1817 in Fairfield Co South Carolina.

73. Alsey, born Abt. 1785 in she is head of household 1840 Chambers AL census; died in ....the other Cooper families stayed in SC.

Notes for Andrew Cooper:

Previous Household Next Household

moved to Chambers Co Al c. 1836 and bought 317 acres from Creek Indian named Con-Chart-Fuxico.

Served in War of 1812 Cpt W. Nevitt's company 2nd S.C.

 

 

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Andrew J. COOPER Self M Male W 43 GA Grocer IRE GA

Mary A. COOPER Wife M Female W 40 AL Keeps House GA GA

Tolula A. COOPER Dau S Female W 16 AL At Home GA GA

Beatrice Z. COOPER Dau Female W 14 AL At Home GA GA

Minnie A. COOPER Dau S Female W 11 AL At Home GA GA

Andrew J. COOPER Son S Male W 5 AL GA GA

Mary J. COOPER Other S Female W 10M TX GA GA

Perry GREEN Other D Male W 42 AL Livery Man SC NC

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Waco, Mclennan, Texas

Family History Library Film 1255318

 

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Jno. W. COOPER Self M Male W 56 SC Laborer SC SC

Florence COOPER Wife M Female W 45 SC Keeping House SC SC

Walt W. COOPER Son S Male W 23 AL Laborer SC SC

Flora COOPER Dau S Female W 16 AL Keeping House SC SC

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Bluffton, Chambers, Alabama

Children of Andrew Cooper and Alsey are:

i. Jane Cooper, born 1825; married James Casks.

Notes for Jane Cooper:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Samuel CHAMBLISS Self M Male W 66 MS Farmer VA SC

Jane CHAMBLISS Wife M Female W 65 MS Keeping House SC GA

Irvin COOPER Other S Male W 19 AL Laborer --- ---

George JEMISON Other S Male B 15 TX Laborer --- ---

 

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Census Place District 126, Navarro, Texas

ii. Martha Cooper, married John H Colley 1840.

iii. Frances Cooper

iv. John Marion Cooper

v. Irena Margret Elizabeth Cooper, born 1833; married Ennis.

vi. Adam L Cooper, born 1835.

vii. Clarissa R Cooper, born 1838.

viii. Mary Cooper, born 1821 in SC; died 1885 in tX; married Wm J Solley 1838 in Chambers County Alabama.

ix. Andrew Jackson Cooper, born Abt. 1830; married Mary Culbreath 1859.

Notes for Andrew Jackson Cooper:

Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969

about Andrew J Cooper

Name: Andrew J Cooper

Spouse: Mollie Culbreath

Marriage Date: 1 Nov 1859

County: Chambers

State: Alabama

Performed By Title: MG

Performed by Name: J W Williams

Comments: Handwritten note used

Source information: Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research

 

36 x. Charner Peter Cooper, born 1830 in South Carolina; died 1871 in Montgomery AL, Civil War Soldier, www.hometown.aol.com/alabamagenealogy/22.html; married (1) Elaynai?; married (2) Sara F Lee 1845 in Chambers County.

 

74. Elijah Lee, born 1777 in Charleston SC; died 1860 in served in Indian Wars of 1812, Chambers County, Alabama, www.hometown.aol.com/alabamagenealogy/22.html. He was the son of 148. James? Lee. He married 75. Malinda Phillips 13 Dec 1821 in Greene GA.

75. Malinda Phillips, born 1794 in Green County Georgia; died 1880 in Chambers County, Alabama widow in 1870 living with son James.. She was the daughter of 150. Mark Phillips.

Notes for Elijah Lee:

Elijah Lee - 05/30/99 13:16:18

My Email:jshepgolfs@aol.com

Submitter's name: Jodie Lee Shepard

State of residence of soldier: Alabama

Company in which soldier served: Capt. Adam G. Saffold & Capt Cunningham, Ga. Militia

 

Comments:

Served In Col Jones Regiment, McIntosh Brigade, Floyd's Division at Morgan Co. Ga. from Nov 21, 1814 to May 6,1815 He also was said to have served under Capt Cunningham as a subsitute for a Mr. Harris in Morgan Co., Ga. and was honorably discharged at Ft. Hawkins Ga. in Nov. 1813; was at the Battle of Cahaba and Ofissa(sp) as a private soldier...He was allowed bounty land on account of said two stints of service and his widow, Malinda Phillips Lee, a pension.

More About Elijah Lee:

Burial: Old Harmony Church Cemetery, Chambers County AL

Notes for Malinda Phillips:

speculation on her parents....note that she did not name a son Mark.

Decclaration of Widow for Pension

State of AL. , County of Chambers, 14 April 1877- Malinda C. Lee, 73 resident of Chambers Co., widow of Elijah Lee who enlisted in Capt. Adam Saffold's co. Col. Jones regt. McIntosh's Brigade, Floyd's Div. at Morgan Co, GA April 1813, was at battle of Calubu and others as a private soldier. She was married under the name of Malinda Phillips to Elijah Lee Dec. 1813 by Hinton Crawford, Esq. Green Co. GA. Her husband died at Chambers Co. AL on 2 Nov 1860. Her P.O. is Camp Hill, Tallapoosa Co., AL. her domicile, Chambers Co. AL. (signed Malinda(X)Lee- Witnesses : J.W. o'Hara and James C. Lee.

 

More About Malinda Phillips:

Burial: old Harmony Cemetery, Chambers County AL

Children of Elijah Lee and Malinda Phillips are:

i. Hendy Lee

ii. Augustus Frederick Lee, born 1828 in ga; died in They appear on the 1870 Chambers census with children and residing next to his brother James; married Martha Elizabeth Slaughter 1857; born 1830 in ga.

Notes for Augustus Frederick Lee:

Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969

about Martha E Slaughter

Name: Martha E Slaughter

Spouse: Augusta F Lee

Marriage Date: Dec 1857

County: Chambers

State: Alabama

Performed By Title: MG

Performed by Name: E G Richards

Source information: Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research

 

iii. James C. Lee, born 1829 in Georgie, and served in the civil war; died 10 Apr 1894 in Chambers County, Alabama, his mother lives with them on the 1870 census ; married Elizabeth Dean; born 1841 in They grew up living next to each other according to the 1860 census; died in Chambers County, Alabama.

More About James C. Lee:

Burial: CIVIL WAR DEATH, Old Harmony Cemetery, Chambers County AL

More About Elizabeth Dean:

Burial: old Harmony Cemetery, Chambers County AL

37 iv. Sara F Lee, born 1830 in Green County Georgia; died 1866 in Montgomery AL; married Charner Peter Cooper 1845 in Chambers County.

v. Emily Daniel Lee, born 1831; married Wm Francis Bohanon; died in They live on the same page as her parents in the 1860 census.

vi. William Lee, born 1833; married Aramentha.

vii. Jesse Lee, born 1840 in he appears on the 1860 census with this family.

 

76. John Wise Carter, born Abt. 1792 in Edgefield County South Carolina; died in Talladega Co AL. He was the son of 152. Captain John Carter and 153. Elizabeth Wise. He married 77. Blassingame?.

77. Blassingame?

Children of John Carter and Blassingame? are:

i. Elizabeth Carter, born 1818.

ii. Henry Carter, born 1819 in South Carolina, but lived nearby his brother Thomas in Montgomery AL; married Mildred; born 1833 in AL.

38 iii. Thomas Randolph Carter, born 1820 in Alabama; died 1892 in 1880 CENSUS of Montg AL shows them near Bozemans and other Carters who may be his sons; married (1) Lacy Jane Bozeman Abt. 1845 in Montgomery AL; married (2) Mary Josephine Hereferd Abt. 1861 in Montgomery Alabama.

iv. James Blassingame Carter, born 1822; married Amanda?.

v. Marion D Carter, born 1825 in 1870 census shows him by brother Thomas Carter; married L A; born 1840.

vi. Green? Carter, born 1832 in Mulatto.

 

78. John L Hereferd, born 1796 in VA; died in several of these families move to Alabama. He was the son of 156. Wm Herriferd and 157. Margaret Staples. He married 79. Jemima Ramsey.

79. Jemima Ramsey, born 1802 in Henry VA; died in Www.hometown.aol.com/alabamagenealogy/22.html. She was the daughter of 158. Ramsey.

Children of John Hereferd and Jemima Ramsey are:

i. Sanford Hereferd, born 1821 in VA; died in 1860 census of Montgomery AL with 3 siblings; married Eliza Freeney 08 Apr 1847 in Montgomery Alabama; born 1825.

ii. Jane W. Hereferd, born 1830 in Virginia; married John W. Gordon; born in Virginia.

iii. John W Hereferd, born 1838.

iv. Maria Louisa Hereferd, born 1822 in VA; married Peter Watkins.

v. Hardin Staples Heriferd, born in Henry County Virginia; died 1969 in Burnett Texas; married (1) Tallulah Katherine Nichols; born 1847 in SC; died 1882; married (2) Sara Ann Mears.

Notes for Hardin Staples Heriferd:

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Harden HERIFORD Self M Male W 33 VA Farming VA ---

Talula HERIFORD Wife M Female W 31 SC Keeping Housed SC SC

John HERIFORD Son S Male W 13 AL At School VA ---

Sanford HERIFORD Son S Male W 10 AL At School VA ---

Mary HERIFORD Dau S Female W 8 AL At Home VA SC

Harden HERIFORD Son S Male W 3 TX At Home VA SC

Clarrence HERIFORD Son S Male W 3M TX At Home VA SC

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Precinct 2, Llano, Texas

Family History Library Film 1255317

vi. Margaret Hereferd, born 1818; married H H Staples.

39 vii. Mary Josephine Hereferd, born 1844 in Virginia; died 1903 in Www.hometown.aol.com/grandpatrcarter/1.html; married Thomas Randolph Carter Abt. 1861 in Montgomery Alabama.

 

82. James Jefferson Culpepper, born 1806 in Edgefield S C; died 1846 in Coosa AL. He was the son of 164. John William Culpepper and 165. Nancy Gillespie. He married 83. Martha Byne Blackstone 21 Dec 1828 in Crawford GA.

83. Martha Byne Blackstone, born 1814 in Dooly GA. She was the daughter of 166. John M Blackstone and 167. Catherine Harvey.

Children of James Culpepper and Martha Blackstone are:

i. George Washington Culpepper

ii. Nathan F Culpepper

iii. John Culpepper

iv. Josephine Culpepper

v. Martha Custis Culpepper

41 vi. Nancy Catherine Culpepper, born 1831 in Crawford County GA; married Charles W Thornton 1848 in Tallapoosa County Alabama.

 

84. Charles Partridge, born Abt. 1820 in North Carolina. He married 85. Caroline Nancy Culpepper.

85. Caroline Nancy Culpepper, born in GA.

Notes for Charles Partridge:

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Charles PARTRIDGE Self M Male B 54 GA Working On Farm GA GA

Caroline PARTRIDGE Wife M Female B 54 GA Working On Farm GA GA

Doc PARTRIDGE Son S Male B 16 GA Working On Farm GA GA

Rachel PARTRIDGE Mother W Female B 70 GA GA GA

Anna CHUM GDau S Female B 5 GA GA GA

 

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Source Information:

Census Place District 809, Meriwether, Georgia

Child of Charles Partridge and Caroline Culpepper is:

42 i. George J Partridge, born 1850 in Georgia; married Mildred F Smith.

 

88. Archibald Hood

Child of Archibald Hood is:

44 i. DAvid?Hood, born Abt. 1820 in GA; married Susan.

 

96. Alexander Cochran, born Abt. 1765 in Alleghaney Co PA; died Abt. 1851 in Guernsey Co, OH. He was the son of 192. William Alexander Cochran. He married 97. Hannah Sarah Adams 1787 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

97. Hannah Sarah Adams, born 1767 in PA; died Abt. 1820 in Guernsey OH.

Children of Alexander Cochran and Hannah Adams are:

i. Azby Cochran, born 1788.

ii. Alazanna Alice Cochran, born 1790; died 1854 in Salem, Henry, Iowa; married John Ables 1813 in Guernsey Ohio; born 1777 in Holland.

iii. Katherine Cochran, born 1792.

48 iv. Colonel William Cochran, born 03 Jul 1793 in Hickory, Washington Cty, Pennsylvania; died 07 Oct 1878 in Oxford Twnshp, Guernsey, Ohio; married Martha Patty Henderson 20 Feb 1818 in Middlebourne, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa.

v. Jacob Cochran, born 1795.

vi. Rebecca Cochran, born 1797.

vii. Nancy Jane Cochran, born 1799.

viii. John Clark Cochran, born 1802 in Guernsey OH.

ix. Alexander Cochrane, born 1805 in Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; died 1864 in Lancaster Twp, Keokuk, Iowa, Usa; married Martha L Jane Henderson 1829 in Guernsey OHio; born 07 Apr 1809 in Mt Pleasant, Jefferson Co. OH; died 17 Oct 1846 in Lancaster, Keokuk Co. Iowa.

Notes for Alexander Cochrane:

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Record Change: 01 Oct 2003

Notes for Martha L Jane Henderson:

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Enoch HENDERSON Self M Male MU 35 NC Carpenter & Farmer NC NC

Ann HENDERSON Wife M Female B 30 NC Keeping House NC NC

Elmer HENDERSON Son S Male B 14 NC Works On Farm NC

More About Martha L Jane Henderson:

Record Change: 01 Oct 2003

x. James Cochran, born 1807; married Nancy Hannah.

xi. Brice Cochran, born 1809 in 1840 census shows him in Guernsey near William; married Rachel 1832 in Ohio.

xii. Mary Anne Cochran, born 1811.

xiii. Hanson Cochran, born 1813 in Guernsey OH.

 

99. Nancy Ann Clendenning, born 1780 in Harrisburg, Dauphin, or Philidelphia PA; died 1862 in Fairview, Guernsey, OH. She was the daughter of 198. Clendenning John and 199. Sarah Sturgeon.

Child of Nancy Ann Clendenning is:

49 i. Martha Patty Henderson, born 23 May 1799 in PA; died 02 Mar 1851 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio; married Colonel William Cochran 20 Feb 1818 in Middlebourne, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa.

Children of Nancy Clendenning and William Henderson are:

i. John Clendening Henderson, born 15 Dec 1800 in Lewistown, Mifflin, Pennsylvania, Usa; died 29 May 1877 in Oxford Twp, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; married Sarah Jane Craig 03 May 1824 in Ohio, Usa; born 1804 in PA.

More About John Clendening Henderson:

Date born 2: 15 Dec 1800

Burial: Oxford Twp, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

ii. Sarah Henderson, born 13 Dec 1802 in Lewistown, Mifflin, Pennsylvania, Usa; died 27 Dec 1859 in Millwood, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; married John Burnett 01 Mar 1821 in Oxford Twnsp, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; born 1800 in PA.

More About Sarah Henderson:

Date born 2: 13 Dec 1802

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

iii. I Thomas Henderson, born 01 Sep 1804 in Lewistown, Mifflin, Pennsylvania, Usa; died 21 Apr 1820 in Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; married Euretta Martin.

More About I Thomas Henderson:

Date born 2: 01 Sep 1804

Burial: Carlisle Cem.

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

Notes for Euretta Martin:

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iv. William Henderson, born 15 Dec 1806 in ,Belmont, Ohio, Usa; died 26 Feb 1892 in ,Belmont, Ohio, Usa; married Arabella Lyons 19 Jan 1832 in ,Usa; born 10 Apr 1810.

More About William Henderson:

Burial: Kirkwood, Belmont, Ohio, Usa

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

v. Rachel Henderson, born 13 Dec 1808 in ,Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; died Dec 1884; married 17 Mar 1836 in ,Guernsey, Ohio, Usa.

More About Rachel Henderson:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

vi. Margaret Ann (Peggy) Henderson, born 13 Dec 1810 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; died 25 Jul 1896 in Barnesville Twnp, Belmont, Ohio, Usa; married Jesse Jarvis 15 Mar 1832 in ,Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; born 1809 in Maryland.

More About Margaret Ann (Peggy) Henderson:

Burial: Barnesville Twnp, Belmont, Ohio, Usa

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

vii. George Washington Henderson, born 09 Feb 1813 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; died 23 Jan 1855 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; married (1) Sara Jane Anderson 10 Mar 1836 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; married (2) Sarah Beall 1847. 09 Feb 1847 in Guernsey Co, OH.

More About George Washington Henderson:

Burial: God's Knob Cem.

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

viii. Maria Jane Henderson, born 08 Jan 1815 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; died 01 Jun 1865 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; married James Vance 29 Oct 1840 in ,Ohio, Usa; born 1816.

More About Maria Jane Henderson:

Burial: God's Knob Cem, Ohio, Usa

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

ix. David Henderson, born 04 Jun 1817 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; died 1882; married 06 Mar 1860 in Guernsey Co, OH; married (2) Mary Wright 27 Apr 1868 in Belmont Co, OH. 29 Oct 1868 in Guernsey Co, OH; married (4) Rebecca Scott 08 Apr 1875 in Guernsey Co, OH.

More About David Henderson:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

x. Elizabeth Henderson, born 21 Apr 1820 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; died in (Died young), Guernsey, Ohio.

More About Elizabeth Henderson:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

xi. Simpson Simeon Henderson, born 12 Jun 1822 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; died Aft. 1882; married (1) Rachel Ann Dillehay 1846 in Guernsey OH; born Abt. 1830; married (2) Rachel Ann Dillehay 08 Oct 1846 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; born 1801.

More About Simpson Simeon Henderson:

Date born 2: 12 Jun 1822, Guernsey OH

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

xii. II Thomas Henderson, born 06 Apr 1827 in Oxford Township, Guernsey, Ohio, Usa; died 1905 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Usa; married Aft. 1850.

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100. James T Miller, born 08 Feb 1795 in Irish born in Rockingham VA; died 03 Nov 1874 in War of 1812- Bloomington, McLean, Illinois. He was the son of 200. Reverend Alexander Miller and 201. Sarah Crawford. He married 101. Sarah Isabella Boyd 28 Jan 1821 in Orange Virginia.

101. Sarah Isabella Boyd, born 1797 in Lincoln Illinois; died 13 Dec 1885 in Lincoln Illinois. She was the daughter of 202. Robert Lloyd and 203. Tabitha Rucker.

More About James T Miller:

Burial: Scogin Cem, Bloomington Twp, IL

More About Sarah Isabella Boyd:

Burial: Lows Grove, IL

Children of James Miller and Sarah Boyd are:

i. "sarah" Elizabeth Jane Miller, married Orrin Parker; born 1817 in Ashtabula Co OHIO; died in 1860 census of Iowa shows them next to James Miller and Mary Clara Parker Miller.

ii. Cyrus C Miller, born 1838 in Illinois; died in 1860 census of Iowa shows them next to James; married Eliza Ann Lloyd.

iii. Robert Miller, born 1821 in VA; died 1894 in Iowa 1870 census next to his brother James; married Elizabeth Lanier 1845 in McLean Co IL; born 1825 in TN; died 1883 in Iowa.

Notes for Robert Miller:

Robert MILLER Self M Male W 59 IA Farmer VA VA

Elizabeth MILLER Wife M Female W 55 IL Keeping House TN TN

Levi MILLER Son W Male W 29 IL Farmer VA TN

Jewel MILLER Son S Male W 22 IA Works On Farm VA TN

Celesta MILLER Dau S Female W 20 IA Keeping House VA TN

Laura MILLER Dau S Female W 18 IA At School VA TN

Lincoln MILLER Son S Male W 16 IA Works On Farm VA TN

Grant MILLER Son S Male W 13 IA Works On Farm VA TN

Isaac MILLER Son S Male W 9 IA At School VA TN

Source Information:

Census Place Greene, Iowa, Iowa

50 iv. James Madison Miller, born 17 Jan 1823 in Harrisburg, Rockingham, VA; died 20 Mar 1904 in Green Township, Iowa; married Mary Clara Parker 04 Jul 1850 in Bloomington, McLean, Illinois.

v. Bellefield Miller, born 18 Sep 1828 in Civil War - KY; died 02 Aug 1887 in Greenwood Co, KS; married Mildred WREN.

Notes for Bellefield Miller:

Death: 2 AUG 1887 in Toronto, Woodson Co., KS

Burial: AUG 1887 Toronto Cemetary, Toronto, Greenwood Co., Kansas

Census: 1860 Danvers, McLean, Illinois

Military Service: BET. 7 AUG 1862 - 17 AUG 1865 Co. E, 94th Illinois Vol. Inf. (Civil War

1860 United States Federal Census

about Belfield Miller

Name: Belfield Miller

Age in 1860: 32

Birth Year: abt 1828

Birthplace: Illinois

Home in 1860: Danvers, McLean, Illinois

Gender: Male

Post Office: Stouts Grove

Value of real estate: View image

Household Members: Name Age

Belfield Miller 32

Elizabeth Miller 24

Isiah Miller 8

Sarah Miller 6

Amanda Miller 5

Chastina Miller 2

Elizah Miller 9.12

Celtena Thomas 10

 

vi. Amanda E Miller, born 1854; married Charles Walter Pollard; born 1847.

vii. Alexander Miller, born 1834 in Illinois.

viii. Laura Miller, born 1850 in Illinois; died in Could be wife of Alex.

ix. Martillus Miller, born 1835 in Illinois; died in Lived next to James on 1870 census; married Mary; born in Virginia.

 

102. Wanton Horatio Parker, born 13 Feb 1802 in NY; died 28 Jun 1849 in Stouts Grove, McLean County, Illinois. He was the son of 204. Archelaus Richardson Parker and 205. Sara Tefft. He married 103. Rosannah Lemmon 22 Jul 1824 in Ashtabula Ohio.

103. Rosannah Lemmon, born 1807 in Harpersfield, Ashtabula, OHIO; died 1840 in Versailles, Woodford, Illinois. She was the daughter of 206. Robert Lemmon and 207. Hannah Woolsey.

Notes for Wanton Horatio Parker:

Illinois Census, 1810-90

about Wanton Parker

Name: Wanton Parker

State: IL

County: St. Clair County

Township: No Township Listed

Year: 1840

Record Type: State or colonial census

Page: 502

Database: IL 1840 State Census Index

1840 United States Federal Census

about Wanton Parker

Name: Wanton Parker

Township: Not Stated

County: Tazewell

State: Illinois

1830 United States Federal Census

about W Parker

Name: W Parker

Township: Harpersfield

County: Ashtabula

State: Ohio

near Dodge and Burgett families.

Children of Wanton Parker and Rosannah Lemmon are:

i. Robert Lemmon Parker, married Nancy E Conger.

Notes for Robert Lemmon Parker:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Robt. L. PARKER Self M Male W 50 OH Physician NY NY

Nancy E. PARKER Wife M Female W 45 IL Keeping House KY PA

Wm. Wanten PARKER Son D Male W 26 IA Laborer OH IL

Ellen H. PARKER Dau S Female W 13 IA At School OH IL

Mary L. HEREFORD Dau M Female W 21 IA OH ---

Lyda E. HEREFORD GDau S Female W 4M OR MO IA

 

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Census Place Little Butte, Jackson, Oregon

Family History Library Film 1255081

ii. Hannah Parker

iii. Feidelia Ann Parker, born 04 Apr 1828; died 25 Jul 1870 in IL; married (1) Morgan Washington Beeler 1848 in McLean Co IL; born 30 Sep 1824 in OH; married (2) Alexander Mahaffey 1862; born in IL.

51 iv. Mary Clara Parker, born 11 Apr 1832 in Ashabula County OH; died 15 Aug 1917 in Wellman, Washington County, Iowa; married James Madison Miller 04 Jul 1850 in Bloomington, McLean, Illinois.

v. Polly Parker, born 26 Dec 1834 in Ashtabula OHIO; died 03 Nov 1899.

vi. John H Parker, born 1838 in IL; married Sarah Price STillwell 1859.

 

104. Isaac Benjamin Jr Coonfield, born 11 May 1808 in KY; died 12 Dec 1879 in Benton County, Arkansas. He was the son of 208. Isaac Benjamin Sr. Coonfield and 209. Barsheba Clark. He married 105. Lydia Epperson 1832 in Marion County Indiana.

105. Lydia Epperson, born 16 Jul 1815. She was the daughter of 210. James Epperson and 211. Mary Rebecca Tetters.

More About Isaac Benjamin Jr Coonfield:

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Children of Isaac Coonfield and Lydia Epperson are:

i. Allen W Coonfield

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Record Change: 08 Oct 2003

ii. Isaac Newton Coonfield, born 27 Oct 1833 in Anderson, Madison County, IN; died in A dark man with blue eyes; married (1) Elizabeth McNutt; born 1832; died 1857 in Johnson Cty, IN; married (2) Matilda Gardner 1858; born 1840 in OH; died in They are both on the 1900 census of Anderson, Madison County, IN.

Notes for Isaac Newton Coonfield:

...: 13. ISAAC NEWTON5 COONFIELD (ISAAC BENJAMIN COONFIELD4 JR, ISAAC COONFIELD3

SR, ROBERT J.2 COONFELDT, CHRISTOPHER1 CONFELD) was born October 27, 1833 in

MARION CO, ANDERSON, INDIANA, and died WFT Est. 1877-1925. He married (1)

ELIZABETH MCNUTT WFT Est. 1849-1856. She was born WFT Est. 1829-1847, and

died December 12, 1857 in JOHNSON CO, INDIANA. He married (2) MATILDA

GARDNER November 10, 1858 in JOHNSON CO, FRANKLIN, INDIANA. She was born WFT

Est. 1821-1847, and died WFT Est. 1877-1935.

Notes for ISAAC NEWTON COONFIELD:

INFORMATION: AT 30 YEARS OF AGE ISAAC NEWTON WAS 5'7", BLUE EYES AND DARK

COMPLEXION

CIVIL WAR: JOINED MARCH 1, 1864, CO. "H", 9TH REG. OF INDIANA CAVALRY,

JOHNSON CO., INDIANA. REPORTED MISSING IN ACTION SULPHER FORT, ALABAMA,

SEPTEMBER 25, 1864. HE WAS MISSING FOR TWO YEARS.

INFORMATION FROM MAXINE COONFIELD

507 E. 13TH ST.

BARTLESVILLE, OKLAHOMA

OCCUPATION LISTED AS A FARMER AND MERCHANT

PENSION PAPERS WERE DROPPED IN NOVEMBER 22,1909

LAST PAYMENT RECEIVED WAS AUGUST 4, 1909.

DEATH ESTIMATED AUGUST 1909.

ISAAC NEWTON COONFIELD WAS AFFECTIONATELY CALLED "UNCLE NEWT"

ONE FO HIS DAUGHTERS WENT BY THE NAME OF "PINK" ONE OF HIS SON'S GREW UP TO

BE A DOCTOR.

 

 

Marriage Notes for ISAAC COONFIELD and MATILDA GARDNER:

ISAAC AND MATILDA COONFIELD WERE MARRIED BY :

REV. GODFREY JONES IN JOHNSON CO., INDIANA

 

Facts about this marriage:

Marriage November 10, 1858

JOHNSON CO, FRANKLIN, INDIANA

Marriage Fact

More About Isaac Newton Coonfield:

Burial: lived next to his father in 1860 Arkansas census

Record Change: 04 Oct 2003

iii. John William Coonfield, born 26 Dec 1835; died 02 Sep 1853 in Morgan Indiana.

More About John William Coonfield:

Record Change: 08 Oct 2003

iv. Alexander Harrison Coonfield, born 1837; died 1859 in Morgan Indiana.

More About Alexander Harrison Coonfield:

Record Change: 08 Oct 2003

v. Robert John Coonfield, born 1839.

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vi. James M Coonfield, born 1840.

Notes for James M Coonfield:

...: viii. JAMES M. COONFIELD, b. November 29, 1840, INDIANA; d. November 9, 1883

BENTON CO, VAUGHN, ARKANSAS.

Notes for JAMES M. COONFIELD:

JAMES COONFIELD WAS LISTED IN THE 1880 CENSUS-BENTON CO., ANDERSON TOWNSHIP,

ARKANSAS AS LIVING AS A BOARDER WITH A WILLIAM STEWART PG. 14

APPARENTLY JAMES NEVER MARRIED

More About James M Coonfield:

Record Change: 08 Oct 2003

vii. James P Coonfield, born 1842.

Notes for James P Coonfield:

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

William STEWART Self M Male W 50 VA Farmer VA VA

Ellan STEWART Wife M Female W 47 IN Keeping House KY KY

Isaac E. STEWART Son S Male W 16 IL Laborer VA IN

William H. STEWART Son S Male W 14 IL At Home VA IN

James W. STEWART Son S Male W 13 AR At Home VA IN

Theodore J. STEWART Son S Male W 10 AR At Home VA IN

Richard H. STEWART Son S Male W 7 AR VA IN

James COONFIELD Other S Male W 38 IN Boarder KY KY

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Anderson, Benton, Arkansas

Family History Library Film 1254038

More About James P Coonfield:

Record Change: 29 Sep 2003

52 viii. Benjamin Wylie Coonfield, born 21 Oct 1844 in Ripley Co Crossroads Indiana; died 06 Jul 1914 in McLellan Co Waco TX; married (1) Martha Epperson?; married (2) Martha Frances Young 26 Oct 1865 in Johnson County, Indiana; married (3) Polly Stephenson 1898.

 

106. James Young, born Abt. 1800 in KY or PA. He was the son of 212. Mr Young and 213. unknown Indian. He married 107. Minerva Evans 21 Feb 1828 in Harrison County Indiana.

107. Minerva Evans, born Abt. 1810 in VA.

Child of James Young and Minerva Evans is:

53 i. Martha Frances Young, born 25 Nov 1841 in Indiana; died 13 Aug 1897 in Vaughn, Benton Co., AR; married Benjamin Wylie Coonfield 26 Oct 1865 in Johnson County, Indiana.

 

108. Doctor Hiram Lucius Little, born 08 Feb 1821 in Daviess, Ohio County, KY; died 16 Jul 1876 in Meridian Cemetery, Bosque County, Texas. He was the son of 216. Jonas Little and 217. Betsy Douglass. He married 109. Nancy Catherine Wright 05 Dec 1841 in Daviess, KY.

109. Nancy Catherine Wright, born 14 Jun 1822 in KY; died 29 Jul 1853 in Kentucky. She was the daughter of 218. John C Wright and 219. "Kitty" Catherine Georgia Weatherford.

More About Doctor Hiram Lucius Little:

Burial: was a Mason and a Physician

Record Change: 06 Oct 2003

More About Nancy Catherine Wright:

Record Change: 05 Oct 2003

Children of Hiram Little and Nancy Wright are:

i. Mary Lavenia Little, born 1842; died 1852.

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Record Change: 06 Oct 2003

54 ii. John Wright Little, born 04 Dec 1843 in Davies County Kentucky; died 20 Jul 1915 in Marble County, Arkansas; married Mary Catherine Crigler 22 Jun 1870 in Shephardsville Bullit County, KY.

iii. Joseph Mortimer Little, born 1845 in never married, very dark grouchy man in UNION Army; died 21 Dec 1936 in buried by his father in Bosque, Texas.

More About Joseph Mortimer Little:

Burial: Meridian Cemetery, Bosque County, Texas

Record Change: 06 Oct 2003

iv. Johnson Rush Little, born 1846; died 1850.

More About Johnson Rush Little:

Record Change: 06 Oct 2003

v. Susan R Little, born Jul 1848 in 1900 and 1910 Bosque County Texas census show her widowed with son John; died 1925; married John Crenshaw Abt. 1870; born Abt. 1840 in Virginia.

More About Susan R Little:

Record Change: 06 Oct 2003

vi. Ann Catherine Kate Little, born 1849 in Daviess KY.

vii. Catherine Lucille Little, born 1851; died 06 Dec 1927 in buried by her father in Bosque Texas; married Thomas C Alexander, Captain; born 1845 in TN.

More About Catherine Lucille Little:

Record Change: 06 Oct 2003

viii. Georgia Alice Little, born 1853 in Had 9 children, widowed young; died 1945 in on 1930 census with brother Mort, Bosque, Texas; married John Alston Nelson 1871 in hamlin texas; born 22 Jul 1848 in Georgia; died 21 Jun 1891 in Meridian Cemetery, Bosque, Texas.

More About Georgia Alice Little:

Record Change: 06 Oct 2003

 

110. Abraham Crigler, born 01 Nov 1826 in Ky; died 17 Apr 1910 in Vaughn, Benton County, Ark. He was the son of 220. Owen Crigler and 221. Mary Margaret Polly Duvall. He married 111. Mary Catherine Roby 1848 in Bullitt KY.

111. Mary Catherine Roby, born 24 Apr 1824 in KY.; died 31 Oct 1903 in KY.. She was the daughter of 222. Reason Roby and 223. Catherine "millie" or Kitty Simmons.

Notes for Abraham Crigler:

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1870 Census, Bullitt County (Shepardsville Dist.) Kentucky - Page 254

Household#165

Caigler, Abe 47 Farmer Kentucky

Catherine 43 Keeping House Kentucky

Mary 19 At Home Kentucky

Sadonia 15 Kentucky

Little, John W. 26 Blacksmith Kentucky

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From Familysearch.com - 1880 census

Household:

census: Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's

Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Jno. W. LITTLE Self M Male W 36 KY Blacksmith KY KY

Mary C. LITTLE Wife M Female W 29 KY Keeping House KY KY

Georgie A. LITTLE Dau S Female W 9 KY KY KY

Lottie S. LITTLE Dau S Female W 7 KY KY KY

Jno. A. LITTLE Son S Male W 5 KY KY KY

Mort. LITTLE Dau S Female W 3 KY KY KY

Charlie LITTLE Son S Male W 1 KY KY KY

More About Abraham Crigler:

Record Change: 28 Sep 2003

More About Mary Catherine Roby:

Record Change: 04 Oct 2003

Children of Abraham Crigler and Mary Roby are:

55 i. Mary Catherine Crigler, born 27 Oct 1850 in Kentucky; died 30 Apr 1885 in Illinois; married John Wright Little 22 Jun 1870 in Shephardsville Bullit County, KY.

ii. Sadonia Crigler, born Dec 1854 in Shepherdsville, Bullitt Co KY.

Notes for Sadonia Crigler:

.: 870 Census, Bullitt County (Shepardsville Dist.) Kentucky - Page 254

Household#165

Caigler, Abe 47 Farmer Kentucky

Catherine 43 Keeping House Kentucky

Mary 19 At Home Kentucky

Sadonia 15 Kentucky

Little, John W. 26 Blacksmith Kentucky

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Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Abram CRIGLER Self M Male W 58 KY Farmer VA KY

Cathrine CRIGLER Wife M Female W 56 KY Keeping House KY KY

Sadonia CRIGLER Dau S Female W 24 KY KY KY

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Shepherdsville, Bullitt, Kentucky

More About Sadonia Crigler:

Record Change: 07 Oct 2003

 

112. Elijah Fenn, born 17 Jul 1788; died 06 Jan 1844 in Early, Miller County GA. He was the son of 224. Travis Fenn and 225. Mary. He married 113. Martha Rich 1807 in Burke County Georgia.

113. Martha Rich, born 03 Sep 1795; died 10 May 1859 in Miller County GA. She was the daughter of 226. Stephen Rich and 227. Abiah.

Notes for Elijah Fenn:

Georgia Cherokee Land Lottery, 1832 Record

about John Fenn

Name: John Fenn

Number: 138

District: TWELFTH DISTRICT, THIRD SECTION, CHEROKEE

Residence: 398th

County: Richmond

 

 

 

 

Georgia Cherokee Land Lottery, 1832 Record

about Elijah Fenn

Name: Elijah Fenn

Number: 23

District: TENTH DISTRICT, THIRD SECTION, CHEROKEE

Residence: Gibson's

County: Decatur

Comment: soldier.

 

 

 

 

 

Georgia Tax Index, 1789-99 Record

about FENN, JOHN

NAME: FENN, JOHN

COUNTY: BURKE

YEAR: 1798

DISTRICT: DISTRICT 2

PAGE: 2D

 

 

 

 

 

 

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about William Fenn, James Harrington, Emily Fenn, A. Baker

Document Number: 0862

Type of Manuscript: Deed

Location(s): Royalton, New York

Year: 1854

Contains the following Names: William Fenn, James Harrington, Emily Fenn, A. Baker

Comments: This is a property deed from 1854 which describes the sale of a piece of land in Royalton, New York, for four thousand dollars. The land contained one hundred acres. This document is in excellent condition with no tears. Especially nice are the wax seals where the signers have pressed their thumbprints

 

 

 

Original Source Page Name: 840 Timothy Fenn 1642

Comment: 300 acres

 

Virginia County Records, VI

Index to Land Grants Isle of Wight County

Book No. 1.

Original Source Page Name: 840 Timothy Fenn 1642

Comment: 300 acres

 

 

Virginia County Records, VII

Prince Edward County.

Book No. 33.

Original Source Page #: 807

Name: Zacharias Fenn

Date: 1760

Comment: 125 acres

View Full Context

 

Virginia County Records, IX

Dinwiddie County. (Continued from Vol. VI.)

Book 34.

208 Zacharias Fenn 1757

Comment: 38 acres

View Full Context

 

Land, Probate

Name: Timothy Fenn Timothy Fenn

 

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Name: Zacharias Fenn Zacharias Fenn

 

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Name: Zacharias Fenn Zacharias Fenn

 

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Virginia Land, Marriage, and Probate Records, 1639-1850 Record

Court, Land, Probate

Name: Fenn Elizabeth

Vital: Jan 20, 1694

Civil: Mar 9, 1694 - Isle Of Wight., VA

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Name: Fenn Elizabeth

Vital: Nov 17, 1688

Civil: Dec 10, 1688 - Isle Of Wight

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Name: Fenn Kae

Vital: Jan 20, 1694

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about Elizabeth

Name: Elizabeth Fenn

Date: Nov 17, 1688

Location: Isle Of Wight

Notes: This probate record was extracted from microfilmed copies of the original Will Book.

Remarks: Robert Kae. The elder of the Upper Parish. Leg.-my four grandchildren, the daughters of Timothy Fenn and his wife Elizabeth. Son Robert, Ex.

Description: Daughter

Book date: 2-289

Prove date: Dec 10, 1688

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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about Martha

Name: Martha Fenn

Location: Isle Of Wight

Notes: This probate record was extracted from microfilmed copies of the original Will Book.

Remarks: Capt. Robert Kae. Account of estate. Tobacco due Alice Riddick, late the wife of said Kae. Paid the orphans of Capt. John Goodrich decd. Paid John Fiveash in full for his wife's part of her father Timothy Fenns' estate. Paid Martha Fenn in full.

Description: Creditor

Book date: 2-509

Prove date: Feb 21, 1709

 

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about Kae

Name: Kae Fenn

Date: Jan 20, 1694

Location: Isle Of Wight., VA

Notes: This probate record was extracted from microfilmed copies of the original Will Book.

Remarks: Robert Fenn. Of Upper Parish. Leg.-cousin Elizabeth Fenn, the land adjoining Peter Benton; cousin Kae Fenn; cousin Mary Fenn; cousin Martha Fenn; Goddaughter Elizabeth Gray, daughter of Richard Gray. Exs., John Carrell Sr. and his son William Carrel

Description: Cousin

Book date: 2-332

Prove date: Mar 9, 1694

 

 

 

 

 

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about MATTHEW FANN

Name: MATTHEW FANN

Land Office: SPARTA

Document Number: 1018

Total Acres: 77.93

Signature: Yes

Canceled Document: No

Issue Date: November 15, 1830

Mineral Rights Reserved: No

Metes and Bounds: No

Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566

Multiple Warantee Names: No

Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820

Multiple Patentee Names: No

Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries

Land Description: 1 E½SE ST STEPHENS No 10N 26E 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More About Elijah Fenn:

Burial: Fann Family, Mothers Home Cemetery

More About Martha Rich:

Burial: Mothers Home Cemetery

Children of Elijah Fenn and Martha Rich are:

i. William Marion Fenn, married Emeline Grimes 1847 in miller County GA.

ii. Lettie Latisha Fenn, married Thomas Joseph Rich; died 1864 in Civil War Fatality.

iii. Mary Polly Penelope Fenn, married William Thompson 11 Jun 1835 in Decatur Georgia.

iv. Melvina Fenn, married Leonidas P Duke.

v. Carolyn Fenn

vi. Rhoda Ann Fenn, married Elijah Middleton.

vii. Martha Ann Fenn, married Allen Grimes.

viii. Zelphia Fenn, married Leonard Loftin.

ix. Alysia Fenn, married Perry Jordan.

x. Eliza Fenn, born 23 Aug 1811 in GA; died 17 Sep 1897 in Coffee Springs AL; married Allen A Hattan 17 Jun 1833 in Early GA; born 1800 in north carolina.

More About Eliza Fenn:

Burial: Consolidation Cemetery

xi. Lucy Fenn, born 1818; married Seaborn Thompson; born 1817.

More About Lucy Fenn:

Burial: Mothers Home Cemetery

xii. Catherine Fenn, born 05 Mar 1819; died 04 Jun 1899 in Miller County GA; married Stephen A Cowart; born 18 Jun 1810 in Emanuel County GA; died 1882.

xiii. Sarah Anne Fenn, born 1822; married Lewis Griffin 21 Jun 1838 in Early County, GA; born in Geneva Alabama; died in Ga.

56 xiv. John Fenn, born 1829 in Georgia; died Bef. 1900 in Notasulga and Tuskegee Census, Macon County, Alabama; married Emeline "Emily" Harrell 04 Feb 1849 in Early Georgia.

 

114. Dempy Harrell, born Abt. 1807 in Decatur County GA to Early GA, born North Carolina. He was the son of 228. John Jacob Harrell and 229. Mary Polly Whiddon. He married 115. Jane Donalson 20 Nov 1828.

115. Jane Donalson, born 1793; died 1861. She was the daughter of 230. John Donalson and 231. Agnes Gamble Peel.

Children of Dempy Harrell and Jane Donalson are:

i. Mary Harrell, married Mr Roberts.

ii. Adeline Harrell

57 iii. Emeline "Emily" Harrell, born 1831 in Macon Georgia; died Abt. 1905 in Alabama; married John Fenn 04 Feb 1849 in Early Georgia.

 

116. Benjamin Wilburne Stone, born 1820 in Georgia; died in Macon Co Alabama on 1850 census. He was the son of 232. Michael Stone and 233. Polly Wells. He married 117. Sarah Ann Davies Abt. 1839.

117. Sarah Ann Davies, born 1820 in GA.

Notes for Benjamin Wilburne Stone:

is this ours??

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

B. W. STONE Self W Male W 80 GA Farmen MD GA

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Kendalls, Montgomery, Alabama

Children of Benjamin Stone and Sarah Davies are:

i. Jesse Stone

ii. John? Stone

iii. Charles T Stone, born 1840.

58 iv. Augustus Marvin Stone, born Jul 1842 in blacksmith in Bullock, Greenwood, AL in 1900; died Bef. 1920 in Railroad Shop Night Watchman, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia; married Mary Ann Hendrick 19 Dec 1866 in Barbour County Alabama.

v. Joe Wilburne Stone, born 1848 in AL; died in Thomasville, Bullock, AL 1880 census shows his mother in this household; married Mary A; born 1857.

Notes for Joe Wilburne Stone:

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Joe W. STONE Self M Male W 33 AL Farmer GA GA

Mary A. STONE Wife M Female W 24 AL Keeps House SC AL

Michael B. STONE Son S Male W 5 AL AL AL

Ira F. STONE Son S Male W 3 AL AL AL

Jettie May STONE Dau S Female W 1M AL AL AL

Sarah A. STONE Mother W Female W 60 GA --- ---

 

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Census Place Thomasville, Bullock, Alabama

 

vi. Wm Stone, born 1857.

vii. Sarah Stone, born 1859.

 

118. C C Hendrick, born 1810 in south Carolina. He was the son of 236. Hendrick. He married 119. Mary Ann Winters 13 Jan 1840 in Newton Georgia.

119. Mary Ann Winters, born 1825 in gA; died in They are living with Jeremiah Frazer in 1850 Pike AL. She was the daughter of 238. albert winters and 239. amelia lyle.

Children of C Hendrick and Mary Winters are:

59 i. Mary Ann Hendrick, born Feb 1846 in AL; died Aft. 1920 in 1880 census shows both her parents were born in Georgia and she did move back to GA., ran a boarding house, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia; married Augustus Marvin Stone 19 Dec 1866 in Barbour County Alabama.

ii. Christopher Hendrick, born 1865.

iii. Oregon Hendrick, born 1870.

 

120. James Walker McClain, born 08 Nov 1810 in SC; died 10 May 1889 in Indian Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Stone Mt, GA. He was the son of 240. Josah McClain and 241. Nancy Ann Wood. He married 121. Anna.

121. Anna, born Abt. 1814; died Abt. 1854.

Children of James McClain and Anna are:

i. William H McClain, born Abt. 1836; married Caroline; born Abt. 1837.

60 ii. Josiah Marion McClain, born 1838 in GA; died 02 Aug 1899 in Ramer AL; married (1) Julie Ann America King 1857 in divorced 1872; married (2) Elizabeth "Bettie" Broadway Abt. 1868 in Montgomery Alabama.

iii. Mary Elizabeth McClain, born Abt. 1839.

iv. Anna L McClain, born Abt. 1841.

v. Francis C McClain, born Abt. 1844.

vi. James L McClain, born Abt. 1851.

vii. Joseph Walker McClain, born Abt. 1854 in Lived next to his fathers house, Stone Mtn, DeKalb GA; married Isabella N Abt. 1878.

 

122. Abner Abros Broadway, born 1832 in Alabama; died in Montgomery Alabama. He was the son of 244. Abner Broadway and 245. Nancy. He married 123. Mary Susan Stephens 11 Aug 1851 in Montgomery Alabama.

123. Mary Susan Stephens, born 1832 in Alabama. She was the daughter of 246. Benjamin Stephens and 247. Caroline.

Notes for Abner Abros Broadway:

btained information on the Abner Broadway (sometimes Broadaway) family from Ron Head of the Montgomery Alabama Genealogical Society, who had researched this family some time ago:

In the 1830 census, (page 96) he and his family are shown living in Sumter

Co., S.C. In 1840, the family is listed in Montgomery Co., Alabama (Page 187),

and in 1850 the census shows them again in Montgomery Co., Alabama (page 173).

Montgomery County., AL Probate record N. page 32: Abner Broadway estate; list of heirs: James T. Broadway, Wade H. Broadway, Abner Broadway, Wesley Broadway, Benjamin Broadway; Martha, wife of John Timmons; Caroline, wife of Mosley Dickey; Mary, wife of Joseph Jenkins; and Jane Broadway; all residents of Montgomery Co., AL.

Montgomery Co., AL probate Record L page 126: Abner Broadway estate: personal property sold to John W., Joseph A., and Moses T. Timmons, and others. Thomas J. Orme, adm. (30 May 1857).

Listed in WFT Volume 13, Ed. 1, Tree # 1499 as a child of William Pool Broadway and Mary James.

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Abros BROADWAY Self M Male W 54 AL Farmer --- ---

Mary S. BROADWAY Wife M Female W 60 SC Keeping House --- ---

Rebecca BROADWAY Dau S Female W 24 AL Keeping House AL SC

Laura BROADWAY Dau S Female W 20 AL Field Hand AL SC

Nancy BROADWAY Dau S Female W 13 AL Field Hand AL SC

Matt BROADWAY Dau S Female W 10 AL AL SC

Emma BROADWAY Dau S Female W 8 AL AL SC

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Dublin, Montgomery, Alabama

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1860 STATE: Alabama COUNTY: Montgomery DIVISION: Ramah REEL NO: M653-19 PAGE NO: 75

REFERENCE: Enumerated by C. C. Wilkins on 24 Sept. 1860, 2nd District

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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. REAL VAL. PERS VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB

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1 583 539 Timmons Judiah 5 F AL

2 583 539 Timmons Mary 2 F AL

3 584 540 Broadway A. 28 M X Farmer 300 AL

4 584 540 Broadway Susan 28 F AL

5 584 540 Broadway Elizebeth 7 F AL

6 584 540 Broadway Caroline 5 F AAL

7 584 540 Broadway Mary B. 3 F AL

8 584 540 Broadway Laura M. 1 F AL

9 585 541 Shaver H. S. 40 M X Overseer

Children of Abner Broadway and Mary Stephens are:

i. Kate Broadway

61 ii. Elizabeth "Bettie" Broadway, born 1853 in Ramah AL; died 21 Jan 1927 in Ramer Alabama; married (1) Josiah Marion McClain Abt. 1868 in Montgomery Alabama; married (2) John L Gardner 1899 in AL.

iii. Caroline Broadway, born 1855.

iv. Rebecca Lou Broadway, born 1856; died 1900; married Cloften/ Clipton G Gibson 13 Nov 1884; born 1859 in 1910 census Montgomery AL with wife Eliza, his brother Edward and sister Annie....

Notes for Rebecca Lou Broadway:

Rebecca Lou Broadway Compact Disc #2

Sex: F

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Father: Abb Broadway Disc #2

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Spouse: Clopton G. Gibson Disc #2

Marriage: 13 Nov 1884 Place: Montgomery ., AL

 

Spouse: ?? Allen Disc #2

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Notes: Available on CD-ROM Disc# 2

Sources: None

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Submitter:

Donna BURNETT

1212 Edgeworth Dr , Montgomery, AL, United States of America 36109

v. Mary Barbar Broadway, born 1857; died 1919 in Ramer Alabama.

vi. Laura M Broadway, born 1859.

vii. Nancy Broadway, born 1867.

viii. Matt Broadway, born 1870.

ix. Emma Broadway, born 1872.

 

124. Peter Edward Bozeman, born 1834 in Alabama; died 08 Apr 1896 in Dublin AL. He was the son of 248. William Henry Bozeman and 249. Martha H. He married 125. Nancy Jane Anderson 1859 in Ramer Alabama.

125. Nancy Jane Anderson, born 11 Dec 1843 in Alabama; died 22 Jul 1910 in Montgomery, Alabama. She was the daughter of 250. Seaborne Anderson and 251. Lavinia Jane Sellers.

Notes for Peter Edward Bozeman:

 

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Peter E. BOZEMAN Self M Male W 46 AL Farmer SC SC

Nancy J. BOZEMAN Wife M Female W 34 AL Keeping House AL GA

John Thos. BOZEMAN Son S Male W 14 AL Field Hand AL AL

Peter J. BOZEMAN Son S Male W 12 AL Field Hand AL AL

Corintha BOZEMAN Dau S Female W 10 AL AL AL

Robt. H. BOZEMAN Son S Male W 8 AL AL AL

Martha J. F. BOZEMAN Dau S Female W 5 AL AL AL

Allie Lucie BOZEMAN Dau S Female W 2 AL AL AL

George M. BOZEMAN Son S Male W 1 AL AL AL

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Dublin, Montgomery, Alabama

Family History Library Film 1254027

 

 

living next door to Peter is

 

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Leander BARFOOT Self M Male W 30 AL Farmer AL SC

Corintha BARFOOT Wife M Female W 23 AL Keeping AL GA

Goel W. BARFOOT Son S Male W 7 AL AL AL

Alonzo W. BARFOOT Son S Male W 5 AL AL AL

Margaret J. BARFOOT Dau S Female W 3 AL AL AL

Lilly B. BARFOOT Dau S Female W 1 AL AL AL

Isaac J. BARFOOT Brother S Male W 21 AL Field Hand AL SC

V. J. BOZEMAN MotherL Female W 54 GA Keeping House GA GA

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Dublin, Montgomery, Alabama

Family History Library Film 1254027

More About Peter Edward Bozeman:

Date born 2: 01 Jun 1832, AL

Record Change: 03 Oct 2003

Notes for Nancy Jane Anderson:

http://www.rootsweb.com/~cenfiles/al/montgomery/1850/district/pgd1-73.txt

More About Nancy Jane Anderson:

Burial: beside her sons at Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama

Record Change: 02 Oct 2003

Children of Peter Bozeman and Nancy Anderson are:

i. Seabron Edward Bozeman, born 16 Nov 1862; died 10 Aug 1865 in Montgomery County, Alabama.

More About Seabron Edward Bozeman:

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

62 ii. John Thomas Bozeman, born 30 Jan 1865 in farmed the 40 acres of cotton, lived in 3 room log cabin, born in Ramer, Alabama; died 27 Sep 1918 in Hills Chapel Cemetery, Montgomery, AL; married (1) Alice Lorena Stephens 1886 in Montgomery Alabama; married (2) Samantha Faulk Abt. 1895; married (3) Ellen Bean Abt. 1900; married (4) Ollie Wilson 1907 in Montgomery Alabama.

iii. Peter James Bozeman, born 16 Jan 1867; died 15 Jul 1928 in Dublin AL; married Dora Ann Dillard Abt. 1890 in Montgomery Alabama; born 28 Sep 1871 in Ramer AL; died 15 Oct 1929 in Dublin AL.

More About Peter James Bozeman:

Burial: Hills Chapel Cemetery, Montgomery, AL

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

Notes for Dora Ann Dillard:

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Sebun DILLARD Self M Male W 28 AL Farmer GA GA

Sally DILLARD Wife M Female W 28 AL Keeping House AL AL

Dorah DILLARD Dau S Female W 8 AL AL AL

Lizzy DILLARD Dau S Female W 6 AL AL AL

Anna DILLARD Dau S Female W 3 AL AL AL

Willie DILLARD Son S Male W 1 AL

 

 

 

 

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Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Jasper DILLARD Self M Male W 42 AL Farmer GA GA

Matilda DILLARD Wife M Female W 38 SC Keeping House SC SC

Jasper DILLARD Son S Male W 16 AL Farm Laborer AL SC

Alice DILLARD Dau S Female W 14 AL Farm Laborer AL SC

Lilla DILLARD Dau S Female W 11 AL Farm Laborer AL SC

Rebecca DILLARD Dau S Female W 9 AL AL SC

John DILLARD Son S Male W 7 AL AL SC

Robert DILLARD Son S Male W 6 AL AL SC

Joseph DILLARD Son S Male W 4 AL AL SC

Beatrice DILLARD Dau S Female W 2 AL AL SC

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Pine Level,

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Patsy DILLARD Self W Female B 50 GA Laborer GA GA

Joanna DILLARD Dau S Female B 18 AL AL AL

Sabella DILLARD Dau S Female B 15 AL Laborer AL AL

Robert DILLARD Son S Male B 7 AL AL AL

 

 

Sam DILLARD Self S Male B 76 AL Field Hand ---

 

 

 

Nat DILLARD Self M Male W 71 SC Farming NC PA

More About Dora Ann Dillard:

Burial: Hills Chapel Cemetery, Montgomery, AL

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

iv. Corrintha Rebecca Bozeman, born 19 Feb 1870; died 29 Aug 1937; married C. N Jones Abt. 1890.

More About Corrintha Rebecca Bozeman:

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

v. Robert Henry Bozeman, born 22 Sep 1871 in Alabama; died 19 Oct 1948 in A contractor; married Corrie B. Huffman Abt. 1895; born 1874 in Alabama.

More About Robert Henry Bozeman:

Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

More About Corrie B. Huffman:

Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

vi. Martha Jane Frances Bozeman, born 02 Sep 1874 in 1920 census Jefferson County AL with her sister Alice Lucy; died 15 Jul 1951.

More About Martha Jane Frances Bozeman:

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

vii. Alice Lucy Bozeman, born 01 Sep 1877 in 1920 census Jefferson County AL with her sister Martha Bozeman; died 07 Dec 1949; married W. S. Wilson Abt. 1900; born Abt. 1875; died Bef. 1920.

More About Alice Lucy Bozeman:

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

viii. George M. Bozeman, born 01 Mar 1879; died 05 Mar 1898.

More About George M. Bozeman:

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

ix. Mead G Bozeman, born 11 Mar 1881 in on 1910 census Cherry Street, Montgomery, Alabama with Mother Nancy and sister Carrie and brother Millard; died 01 Dec 1920; married Lelia Campbell 1910; born 1894; died 22 Apr 1911.

More About Mead G Bozeman:

Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

More About Lelia Campbell:

Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery, Alabama

Record Change: 07 Oct 2003

x. Willie Florence Bozeman, born 19 Jan 1883; died 02 Apr 1883.

More About Willie Florence Bozeman:

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

xi. Nancy M. Bozeman, born 09 Sep 1884; died 25 Aug 1890.

More About Nancy M. Bozeman:

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

xii. Walter William Bozeman, born 03 Aug 1886 in on Anderson Street in 1920; died 17 Aug 1954 in he was a streetcar motorman; married Virginia Ward; born 1896 in on 1910 census Cherry Street, Montgomery, Alabama.

More About Walter William Bozeman:

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

xiii. Millard Milton Bozeman, born 30 Jul 1888 in wwi; died 09 Mar 1984 in Montgomery County, Alabama; married Nettie R. Barrow; born 1898 in on Plum Street in 1920.

More About Millard Milton Bozeman:

Burial: A contractor

Record Change: 27 Sep 2003

 

126. Joseph C Stephens, born Abt. 1845 in AL 1/8 Cherokee Indian; died in Dublin Ala Census 1880. He was the son of 252. Elisha C Stephens and 253. Nancy. He married 127. Sara E J Mills 15 Sep 1867 in Montgomery County AL.

127. Sara E J Mills, born Abt. 1844 in AL.

Notes for Joseph C Stephens:

...: From 1880 LDS census:

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Joe C. STEPHENS Self M Male W 35 AL Farmer AL AL

Sarah STEPHENS Wife M Female W 34 AL Keeping House AL AL

Alice STEPHENS Dau S Female W 13 AL AL AL

Anna STEPHENS Dau S Female W 11 AL AL AL

Luke STEPHENS Son S Male W 8 AL AL AL

Jennie STEPHENS Dau S Female W 6 AL AL AL

Jas. STEPHENS Son S Male W 3 AL AL AL

Edgar STEPHENS Son S Male W 1 AL AL AL

Geo. WILLIAMS Other D Male W 22 AL Field Hand AL AL

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Dublin, Montgomery, Alabama

Family History Library Film 1254027

NA Film Number T9-0027

Page Number 486D

More About Joseph C Stephens:

Record Change: 07 Oct 2003

Notes for Sara E J Mills:

CHRISTENING: From 1880 LDS census:

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Joe C. STEPHENS Self M Male W 35 AL Farmer AL AL

Sarah STEPHENS Wife M Female W 34 AL Keeping House AL AL

Alice STEPHENS Dau S Female W 13 AL AL AL

Anna STEPHENS Dau S Female W 11 AL AL AL

Luke STEPHENS Son S Male W 8 AL AL AL

Jennie STEPHENS Dau S Female W 6 AL AL AL

Jas. STEPHENS Son S Male W 3 AL AL AL

Edgar STEPHENS Son S Male W 1 AL AL AL

Geo. WILLIAMS Other D Male W 22 AL Field Hand AL AL

More About Sara E J Mills:

Record Change: 07 Oct 2003

Children of Joseph Stephens and Sara Mills are:

63 i. Alice Lorena Stephens, born Abt. 1867 in Montgomery County AL; died 1894 in Hickory Grove, Sellers Station, Montgomery, AL; married John Thomas Bozeman 1886 in Montgomery Alabama.

ii. Anna Stephens, born Abt. 1869.

iii. Luke Stephens, born Abt. 1872.

iv. Jennie Stephens, born Abt. 1874; married Burroughs.

v. James Edgar Stephens, born Abt. 1877; married Mary.

vi. Edgar Stephens, born Abt. 1879.

 

Generation No. 8

132. Henry Smith, born 1791 in VA; died 03 Sep 1843 in 1830 census of Maury TN shows Henry and 3 brothers living nearby on same page, he was buried at hunters cemetery, mt pleasant tennessee. He was the son of 264. Thomas Smith and 265. Elizabeth Haynes. He married 133. Siniah Evans 1819 in maury County Tennessee.

133. Siniah Evans, born 1806.

Children of Henry Smith and Siniah Evans are:

i. Robert Smith, married Mary Williams 23 Oct 1846 in madison County Mississippi.

66 ii. Thomas S Smith, born 1820 in Tennessee; died 1890; married (1) Elmira; married (2) Caroline M Bond 17 Nov 1840 in maury County Tennessee.

 

134. John Baptist Bond, born 1792 in orange County NC; died 30 Sep 1845. He was the son of 268. Sweeting Svealing Bond and 269. Ann Larkins. He married 135. Catherine Kitty Stone 23 Dec 1819 in Gallatin, Sumner TN and the 1820 census shows them with one son and only a Thomas Stone is in this town..

135. Catherine Kitty Stone, born 09 Nov 1797 in Province NC; died 11 Sep 1845 in 1820 census shows a Uriah Stone and family. She was the daughter of 270. Esubius Stone and 271. Mary Duke.

Children of John Bond and Catherine Stone are:

67 i. Caroline M Bond, born 16 Feb 1823 in Sumner TN; died 1909; married (1) John Cox; married (2) Heirven Dunham; married (3) Thomas S Smith 17 Nov 1840 in maury County Tennessee.

ii. Wm Rufus Bond, born 1825; married Lucinda Lavinia Dickson; born 1830.

iii. John Henry Bond, born 1836; married Ann Eliza Jane Randle.

iv. James Bond

v. Mary Ann Bond

vi. Eliza J Bond

vii. Milton Bond

 

136. James Milton Ballard, born 1797 in NC; died in found on 1850 census near James Baxter and his daughter Rowena. He was the son of 272. James ? Owen Ballard and 273. Mary Brinkle. He married 137. Kissiah Dickens Abt. 1820.

137. Kissiah Dickens, born 1797 in NC. She was the daughter of 274. Thomas or Frances Dickens.

More About James Milton Ballard:

Burial: family found on 1850 census of Lewis Tennessee

Notes for Kissiah Dickens:

U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900

about Thomas Dickens

Name: Thomas Dickens

Gender: male

Birth Place: NC

Birth Year: 1761

Spouse Name: Milly Stevens

Spouse Birth Year: 1767

Marriage

Year: 1789

Marriage State: NC

Number Pages: 1

Children of James Ballard and Kissiah Dickens are:

i. Joel Baxter Ballard

ii. Thomas Ballard, born 1821.

68 iii. Larkin Francis Ballard, born 1830 in Tn; died Bef. 1880 in 1860 shows them in Perry TN near a Clark; married Rowena Densy Baxter 1847 in TN.

iv. James Milton Ballard, born 1836 in lewis TN; married Mary Elizabeth Runions; born 1836 in lewis TN.

 

138. James Jr Baxter, born 1800 in SC; died in 1830 census of Green TN - 1840 census of Maury TN -On 1850 Lewis TN census same page with Kizziah Ballard.. He married 139. Hester Ward 1829 in Maury TN.

139. Hester Ward, born 1811 in NC.

Children of James Baxter and Hester Ward are:

i. Elizabeth Baxter, born 1845 in TN.

ii. Arthur Jasper Baxter, born 1843 in Tn; married Mariah Jane Farmer.

iii. Nancy Baxter, born 1841 in TN.

iv. Eleanor Baxter, born 1834 in TN.

v. Polly Baxter, born in TN.

vi. Jane Baxter, born in TN.

vii. Susan Baxter, born in TN.

69 viii. Rowena Densy Baxter, born 1831 in hickman, Maury County TN; died in widowed on the 1880 census of Maury TN; married Larkin Francis Ballard 1847 in TN.

ix. Thomas Jefferson Baxter, born 1849 in TN; married Anna P Pipkin; born 1846.

x. Clunna Baxter, born 1851 in TN.

xi. Newton Baxter, born 1853 in TN.

 

140. David C Craig, born 1815 in TN; died in all at home in 1850 census + 1880 census Lawrence Tennessee with children next door. He was the son of 280. John Craig and 281. Martha. He married 141. Catherine Katie Conley 05 Jan 1832 in Lawrence TN.

141. Catherine Katie Conley, born 1812 in nC. She was the daughter of 282. Conelly and 283. wife.

Children of David Craig and Catherine Conley are:

i. Margret Jane Craig

ii. John M Craig, born 1834; married Martha M; born 1827 in TN.

iii. Mary C Craig, born 1837 in widowed on 1880 census living with her parents; married Patterson.

iv. James A Craig, born 1839.

70 v. William M Craig, born 1840 in TN; died 1869 in TN; married Rebecca Caroline Pennington 29 Aug 1860 in Lawrence TN.

vi. David E Craig, born 1842 in Tennessee Land Agent; married Mary A; born 1841 in TN.

 

142. Wm Pennington, born 04 Jun 1805 in TN; died 1888 in MO. He was the son of 284. Jacob Pennington and 285. Kesiah. He married 143. Gracy A, Mrs Mary Pennington.

143. Gracy A, Mrs Mary Pennington, born 1811; died 1872 in Greentop, Schuyler County, Missouri.

More About Wm Pennington:

Burial: MO

Children of Wm Pennington and Gracy A are:

i. Elizabeth Pennington

ii. Sarah Agnes Pennington

iii. Eliza J Pennington

iv. Elyses Pennington

v. Amanda Pennington

vi. Jacob B Pennington

vii. Joseph Moses Pennington

viii. Louisa J Pennington

ix. Nancy A Pennington

x. Andrew J Pennington

xi. George W Pennington

xii. David Pennington

xiii. Cen Pennington

xiv. Isaac Denton Pennington

xv. Thomas Pennington

71 xvi. Rebecca Caroline Pennington, born 1841 in TN; died Oct 1912 in TN; married (1) Basil Sneed Shields; married (2) William M Craig 29 Aug 1860 in Lawrence TN.

xvii. Daniel Boone Pennington, born 1849.

 

144. Adam Cooper, born 1755 in York PA; died 1835 in Fairfield SC 1790 census. He was the son of 288. Peter Cooper or Kieffer and 289. Margaret Fry. He married 145. Jane Bell.

145. Jane Bell She was the daughter of 290. George Bell.

Children of Adam Cooper and Jane Bell are:

i. George E Bell Cooper, married Sarah Mayfield in SC; born 1806; died 1886 in Mississippi.

ii. Nancy Cooper

iii. Adam B Cooper

iv. Margaret F Cooper

72 v. Andrew Cooper, born 1782 in Ireland...Found in 1830 census Fairfield SC next to George and Adam Cooper; died 1838 in Alabama; married Alsey 1817 in Fairfield Co South Carolina.

vi. Peter Cooper, born 1798 in autauga County Alabama; died 1862.

 

148. James? Lee, born Abt. 1750.

Child of James? Lee is:

74 i. Elijah Lee, born 1777 in Charleston SC; died 1860 in served in Indian Wars of 1812, Chambers County, Alabama, www.hometown.aol.com/alabamagenealogy/22.html; married Malinda Phillips 13 Dec 1821 in Greene GA.

 

150. Mark Phillips, born Abt. 1755; died 1839.

Notes for Mark Phillips:

Chambers County Alabama had several Phillips, Lee and Cooper families. The puzzle may never be solved. Our Malinda named a daughter Sarah so we could speculate on this one....

1860 United States Federal Census

about Sarah Phillips

Name: Sarah Phillips

Age in 1860: 118

Birth Year: abt 1742

Birthplace: Georgia

Home in 1860: District 50, Emanuel, Georgia

Gender: Female

Post Office: Swainsboro

Value of real estate: View image

Household Members: Name Age

Sarah Phillips 118

Liddy Taylor 80

 

Georgia Census, 1790-1890

about Mark SR. Phillips

Name: Mark SR. Phillips

State: GA

County: Montgomery County

Township: No Township Listed

Year: 1805

Record Type: Tax list

Page: 099

Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index

 

 

Georgia Census, 1790-1890

about Mark SR. Phillips

Name: Mark SR. Phillips

State: GA

County: Montgomery County

Township: No Township Listed

Year: 1806

Record Type: Tax list

Page: 107

Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index

 

Georgia Census, 1790-1890

about Mark JR. Phillips

Name: Mark JR. Phillips

State: GA

County: Montgomery County

Township: No Township Listed

Year: 1806

Record Type: Tax list

Page: 107

Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index

Georgia Census, 1790-1890

about Mark JR. Phillips

Name: Mark JR. Phillips

State: GA

County: Montgomery County

Township: No Township Listed

Year: 1805

Record Type: Tax list

Page: 099

Database: GA 1792-1819 Tax Lists Index

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1840 United States Federal Census

Census

View Image Name: Mark Phillips

Residence: 1 Jun 1840 - Not Stated, Benton, Alabama

1840 United States Federal Census

Census

View Image Name: Mark Phillips

Residence: 1 Jun 1840 - Not Stated, Perry, Alabama

1840 United States Federal Census

Census

View Image Name: Mark Phillips

Residence: 1 Jun 1840 - District 51, Montgomery, Georgia

 

Georgia Marriages to 1850

Birth, Marriage, & Death

Name: Mark Phillips

Spouse: Mary Carr

Marriage: 26 Oct 1812 - Franklin, Georgia

Georgia Marriages to 1850

Birth, Marriage, & Death

Name: Mark Phillips

Spouse: Mary Ann Pullin

Marriage: 24 May 1832 - Marion, Georgia

 

Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969

Birth, Marriage, & Death

Name: Mark Phillips

Spouse: Elizabeth Johnson

Marriage: 22 Sep 1827 - Perry, Alabama

Alabama Marriage Collection, 1800-1969

Birth, Marriage, & Death

Name: Mark Phillips

Spouse: Elizabeth Johnson

Marriage: 22 Sep 1827 - Perry, Alabama

Alabama Land Records

Court, Land, Probate

Name: Mark Phillips

Civil: AL

Name: Mark Phillips

Land Office: CAHABA

Document Number: 8394

Total Acres: 47.02

Signature: Yes

Canceled Document: No

Issue Date: 1 Dec 1831

Mineral Rights Reserved: No

 

 

Georgia Census, 1790-1890

about Mark Phillips

Name: Mark Phillips

State: GA

County: Montgomery County

Township: No Twp Listed

Year: 1860

Record Type: Slave Schedule

Page: 377

Database: GA 1860 Slave Schedule

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and who could this one be?

1930 United States Federal Census

about Martha L Phillips

Name: Martha L Phillips

Home in 1930: Lanett, Chambers, Alabama

Age: 74

Estimated birth year: abt 1856

Birthplace: Georgia

Relation to Head of House: Mother

Race: White

Occupation:

Education:

Military Service:

Rent/home value:

Age at first marriage:

Parents' birthplace: View image

Neighbors: View others on page

Household Members: Name Age

Emma F McCullars 42

Harry L McCullars 18

Arthur N McCullars 16

Willie M McCullars 14

Terry McCullars 9

Junior B McCullars 7

Sara S McCullars 4 6/12

Ella M McCullars 2 9/12

Jesse R McCullars 6/12

Martha L Phillips 74

 

Children of Mark Phillips are:

75 i. Malinda Phillips, born 1794 in Green County Georgia; died 1880 in Chambers County, Alabama widow in 1870 living with son James; married Elijah Lee 13 Dec 1821 in Greene GA.

ii. Mark Phillips, born 1787 in ga; died in 1860 census of Peaks Hill, Calhoun AL next to their children's homes; married Nancy Sheffield.

Notes for Mark Phillips:

1860 United States Federal Census

about Mark Phillips

Name: Mark Phillips

Age in 1860: 76

Birth Year: abt 1784

Birthplace: Georgia

Home in 1860: Ranges 5, 6, and 7, Calhoun, Alabama

Gender: Male

Post Office: Peeks Hill

Value of real estate: View image

Household Members: Name Age

Mark Phillips 76

Nancy Phillips 64

Oliver Phillips 6

Parilee Phillips 23

 

 

1850 United States Federal Census

about Mark Phillips

Name: Mark Phillips

Age: 63

Estimated birth year: abt 1787

Birth Place: Georgia

Gender: Male

Home in 1850

(City,County,State): Division 88, Walton, Georg

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another Mark

1870 United States Federal Census > Alabama > Tallapoosa > Duffeys

born 1811 lives with wife Sarah and sons Jefferson and Henry in the next households.

Notes for Nancy Sheffield:

1860 United States Federal Census

about Mark Phillips

Name: Mark Phillips

Age in 1860: 22

Birth Year: abt 1838

Birthplace: Georgia

Home in 1860: Montgomery, Georgia

Gender: Male

Post Office: Seward

Value of real estate: View image

Household Members: Name Age

Mark Phillips 22

Nancy Phillips 45

Gabriel Phillips 15

Norman Phillips 12

Catharine Hampton 50

John A Hampton 24

a JOHN Phillips born 1816 lives right next to them.

Family Data Collection - Individual Records

about Nancy Elvira Phillips

Name: Nancy Elvira Phillips

Spouse: Elihu Halby Griffin

Parents: James Mark Phillips , Nancy Sheffield

Birth Place: Calhoun CO, AL

Birth Date: 4 Jan 1840

Marriage Place: Calhoun CO, AL

Marriage Date: 7 Jan 1864

Death Place: Etowah CO, AL

Death Date: 8 Dec 1927

 

 

iii. John Phillips

 

152. Captain John Carter, born Abt. 1750 in Virginia; died Abt. 1815 in Rev War & War of 1812, Edgefield South Carolina. He was the son of 304. carter. He married 153. Elizabeth Wise 1790 in Edgefield SC.

153. Elizabeth Wise, born Abt. 1763 in Edgefield SC; died in 1840 census lists her as the veteran, widowed. She was the daughter of 306. Henry Wise and 307. Rebecca.

More About Captain John Carter:

Burial: Beaufort Co SC

More About Elizabeth Wise:

Burial: http://www.usgennet.org/usa/topic/colonial/census/1840/1840sc_al.html

Children of Captain Carter and Elizabeth Wise are:

i. Susan Carter, born 1789; married Payne.

76 ii. John Wise Carter, born Abt. 1792 in Edgefield County South Carolina; died in Talladega Co AL; married Blassingame?.

iii. Charles B Carter, born 1794.

iv. Elizabeth Carter, born 1799; married Henry Tate.

v. Mary Carter, born 1800; married Joel D Hill.

vi. Nancy Carter, born 1802; married Bateman.

vii. Rudolph Carter, born 1808.

 

156. Wm Herriferd, born 1760; died 1816. He was the son of 312. John Hereferd and 313. Margaret Ammon. He married 157. Margaret Staples.

157. Margaret Staples, born 1770. She was the daughter of 314. Staples.

Child of Wm Herriferd and Margaret Staples is:

78 i. John L Hereferd, born 1796 in VA; died in several of these families move to Alabama; married Jemima Ramsey.

 

158. Ramsey, born 1760.

Children of Ramsey are:

79 i. Jemima Ramsey, born 1802 in Henry VA; died in Www.hometown.aol.com/alabamagenealogy/22.html; married John L Hereferd.

ii. brother Ramsey, married Clara; born 1800.

 

164. John William Culpepper He married 165. Nancy Gillespie.

165. Nancy Gillespie

Child of John Culpepper and Nancy Gillespie is:

82 i. James Jefferson Culpepper, born 1806 in Edgefield S C; died 1846 in Coosa AL; married Martha Byne Blackstone 21 Dec 1828 in Crawford GA.

 

166. John M Blackstone, born 1781 in VA. He married 167. Catherine Harvey.

167. Catherine Harvey, born 1782 in SC.

Child of John Blackstone and Catherine Harvey is:

83 i. Martha Byne Blackstone, born 1814 in Dooly GA; married James Jefferson Culpepper 21 Dec 1828 in Crawford GA.

 

192. William Alexander Cochran, born Abt. 1730 in Scotland.

Children of William Alexander Cochran are:

i. William Cochran, born Abt. 1760 in possible brother to Alexander; died 1849 in possible son of Sir John in Ireland; married Martha.

96 ii. Alexander Cochran, born Abt. 1765 in Alleghaney Co PA; died Abt. 1851 in Guernsey Co, OH; married Hannah Sarah Adams 1787 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

iii. Jacob Cochran, born 1769 in PA; married Jemima?.

 

198. Clendenning John, born Abt. 1745 in Philadelphia Penn; died in Not found on 1790 census. He married 199. Sarah Sturgeon.

199. Sarah Sturgeon, born 02 Aug 1753 in Paxtang Twp, Dauphin Co., PA; died Bef. 1813. She was the daughter of 398. Sturgeon Thomas and 399. Margaret Corbett.

Notes for Clendenning John:

Thanks to Clendenning1.FTW - Chuck Cochran - cecochran@home.com

Most information on the Sturgeon family line came from:

Loretta Beasley

8147 Rexmill Drive

Indianapolis IN 46227

317-885-0879

Ms. Beasley spells John's last name as Clendemin.

.: hi again/this is Freelon,was a prob with birth certificate,he is burried at Fort Smith milatary cematary.died in Korea

Deloris

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.: 14 0 110, bur. 06/11/1979

Little, George H, b. 07/08/1919, d. 06/29/1977, US Army, T-5, Plot: 11 0 312, bur. 07/07/1977

Little, Opie R, b. 07/31/1899, d. 06/14/1975, US Army, WAGONEER, Plot: 14 0 27, bur. 06/17/1975

Little, Patricia , b. 09/06/

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Date: 10/7/2003 2:57:54 PM Central Daylight Time

From: Angel09853

To: Angel09853

 

 

.: http://www.interment.net/data/ us/ar/sebastian/ftsmithnat/ftsmith_chcor.htm

 

Clements, Thomas J, b. 10/05/1913, d. 08/08/1994, US Army, PVT, Res: Fort Smith, AR, Plot: 15 0 1694, bur. 08/12/1994

Clendening, James H Jr, b. 03/24/1899, d. 08/11/1971, US Marine Corps, PVT, Plot: 13 0 104, bur. 08/13/1971

Clendening, James H, d. 12/21/1898, US Army, LTC, Plot: 9 0 3972, bur. 12/22/1898

Clendening, Mary , b. 08/27/1900, d. 06/30/1977, US Navy, SM3, Plot: 13 0 104, bur. 07/02/1977

Cleveland, Millard D, b. 06/30/1917, d. 10/13/1988, US Army, CPL, Res: Fort Smith, AR, Plot: 15 0 514, bur. 10/14/1988

Clifton, John M, b. 09/02/1887, d. 04/30/1969, US Army, PVT, Plot: 12 0 303, bur. 05/05/1969

Cline, Bernice J, b. 07/20/1906, d. 07/07/1984, US Army, PVT, Plot: 14 0 89, bur. 07/10/1984

Cline, Connie C, b. 07/19/1894, d. 01/27/1986, US Army, PVT, Res: Hackett, AR, Plot: 14 0 905, bur. 01/28/1986

Cline, Connie C, b. 10/21/1922, d. 03/18/2000, US Air Force, SSGT, Res: Hartford, AR, Plot: 20 0 61, bur. 03/24/2000

Cline, Ruby G, b. 07/16/1904, d. 08/08/1993, US Navy, ADBC, Res: Fort Smith, AR, Plot: 14 0 905, bur. 08/10/1993

Cline, William Ernest, b. 12/10/1906, d. 08/30/1994, Res: Fort Smith, AR, Plot: 15 0 2025, bur. 09/01/1994

Cline, William M, b. 02/21/1911, d. 03/16/1979, US Army, SSGT, Plot: 14 0 89, bur. 03/19/1979

Clinton, Carl C Jr, b. 06/06/1918, d. 08/11/1994, US Army Air Corps, LTC, Res: Fort Smith, AR, Plot: 15 0 1693, bur. 08/15/1994

Cloer, Charles I, b. 09/01/1909, d. 12/17/1991, US Army, PFC, Res: Fort Smith, AR, Plot: 15 0 840, bur. 12/23/1991

Cochran, Coonfield , b. 11/03/1932, d. 06/04/1953, Plot: 1 0 156, bur. 08/11/1953

Cochran, Roy L, b. 05/09/1930, d. 08/17/1990, US Air Force, SSGT, Res: Fort Smith, AR, Plot: 15 0 772, bur. 08/20/1990

Cockrall, George Elmer, b. 08/02/1898, d. 06/19/1943, US Navy, MACH MATE 1ST CL., Plot: 4 0 2136, bur. 06/25/1943

More About Clendenning John:

Record Change: 07 Oct 2003

Notes for Sarah Sturgeon:

Thanks to - Clendenning1.FTW - Chuck Cochran - cecochran@home.com

More About Sarah Sturgeon:

Date born 2: 02 Aug 1753

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

Children of Clendenning John and Sarah Sturgeon are:

i. Margaret Clendenning

More About Margaret Clendenning:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

ii. Rachel Clendenning

More About Rachel Clendenning:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

iii. Charlotte Clendenning

More About Charlotte Clendenning:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

iv. Clendenning John, married Judith Ann Shepherd?.

More About Clendenning John:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

99 v. Nancy Ann Clendenning, born 1780 in Harrisburg, Dauphin, or Philidelphia PA; died 1862 in Fairview, Guernsey, OH; married 21 Jun 1797 in Lewiston, Mifflin, PA; married (2) Major William Henderson 21 Jun 1797 in Lewiston, Mifflin, Pennsylvania, Usa.

 

200. Reverend Alexander Miller, born 1740 in Ardstraus, Tyrone, Ireland; died Aft. 1821 in Cooks Creek VA. He was the son of 400. Alexander Miller and 401. Jane Evans. He married 201. Sarah Crawford 1782 in Rockingham, VA.

201. Sarah Crawford, born 1771 in Ireland; died 1821 in Cooks Creek Virginia.

Notes for Reverend Alexander Miller:

1820 United States Federal Census

about Alexander Miller

Name: Alexander Miller

Township: Not Stated

County: Rockingham

State: Virginia

Children of Reverend Miller and Sarah Crawford are:

i. Margaret Miller, born in Rockingham VA; married William Beard.

ii. Jane Miller, born in Rockingham VA.

iii. William Miller, born in Rockingham VA.

iv. Samuel Miller, born 1784 in Rockingham VA; married Margaret LOKY; born in Rockingham VA.

v. Alexander Miller, born 1787 in Rockingham VA; married Ann Mathews.

vi. John Wallace Miller, born 1791; died 1843.

vii. Isaac Miller, born 1792 in Rockingham VA; died 1857 in IL; married Mary Anderson 1821; born 1803 in VA; died 1870 in IL.

100 viii. James T Miller, born 08 Feb 1795 in Irish born in Rockingham VA; died 03 Nov 1874 in War of 1812- Bloomington, McLean, Illinois; married Sarah Isabella Boyd 28 Jan 1821 in Orange Virginia.

 

202. Robert Lloyd, born 1764 in VA; died 1844 in OH. He was the son of 404. John Emrey Lloyd and 405. Sarah Stuard. He married 203. Tabitha Rucker 17 Mar 1794 in Madison Co VA.

203. Tabitha Rucker, born 03 Jan 1768 in VA; died 04 Oct 1851 in Avon, ILL. She was the daughter of 406. Thomas Rucker and 407. Elizabeth Tinsley.

Children of Robert Lloyd and Tabitha Rucker are:

i. Ester Alexandria Lloyd, married John A Wrenn.

101 ii. Sarah Isabella Boyd, born 1797 in Lincoln Illinois; died 13 Dec 1885 in Lincoln Illinois; married James T Miller 28 Jan 1821 in Orange Virginia.

 

204. Archelaus Richardson Parker, born 22 Aug 1777 in Sutton, Worcester Co MA; died 13 Sep 1869 in Blaine, Boone Co IL. He was the son of 408. Archelaus Parker and 409. Bette Richardson. He married 205. Sara Tefft 11 Nov 1798.

205. Sara Tefft, born 22 Sep 1780 in NY Indian Country. She was the daughter of 410. Reverend Edmond Tefft and 411. Mary Mercy Sweet.

Notes for Archelaus Richardson Parker:

1820 United States Federal Census

about Archelas Parker

Name: Archelas Parker

Township: Harpersfield

County: Ashtabula

State: Ohio

Children of Archelaus Parker and Sara Tefft are:

i. Samuel M Parker, born 1799 in NY; died 29 Mar 1891 in Ashtabula OH; married Sarah Dodge 1821 in Ashtabula OH; born 10 Jul 1808 in Indian.

102 ii. Wanton Horatio Parker, born 13 Feb 1802 in NY; died 28 Jun 1849 in Stouts Grove, McLean County, Illinois; married Rosannah Lemmon 22 Jul 1824 in Ashtabula Ohio.

iii. Archelaus Tefft Parker, born 05 Aug 1803 in Oneida NY; died 08 Oct 1833 in Caney, Montgomery Co, KS; married Phoebe Ann Crocker 04 Sep 1828 in Shalersville, Portage Co, OH.

iv. Cynthia Ann Parker, born 23 Jun 1809 in NY; died 1903 in Blaine, Boone Co., IL; married Hector J Schellenger; born 11 Aug 1792 in Sheffield, Berkshire, MA; died 1855 in Manchester, Boone Co., IL.

v. James Ephriam Parker, born 1811; married (1) Lucy Ann Fay; married (2) Sophronia E Burgett 1845 in McLean Co IL; born 12 Mar 1818 in Ashtabula OH; died 18 Jun 1880 in IL.

vi. Betsy Parker, born 17 Jun 1813 in Harpersfield, Ashtabula OH; died 30 Jul 1887 in Harpersfield, Ashtabula OH; married Isiah Burgett 11 Sep 1829 in Ashtabula OH; born 20 Jul 1808 in NY State.

vii. Orrin Parker, born 1817 in Ashtabula Co OHIO; died in 1860 census of Iowa shows them next to James Miller and Mary Clara Parker Miller; married (1) "sarah" Elizabeth Jane Miller; married (2) Sarah F Lloyd.

viii. Lavina Parker, born 20 Aug 1819 in Oneida NY*signed permission to Wed!; died 22 Sep 1894 in Boone County, Iowa; married Lansford Mills 19 Jan 1836 in Ashtabula OH; born 28 Jun 1808 in Indian Country NY; died 07 Jan 1901 in Angus IA.

Notes for Lansford Mills:

Name: Lansford MILLS 1

Sex: M

Birth: 28 JUN 1808 in Indian Country, N.Y. USA

Death: 7 JAN 1901 in Angus, IA USA

Occupation: Farmer

Burial: UNKNOWN Fairview Cemetery, Perry, IA

Event: Reference # (1) 1820 @ 12 years old given work on Hudson River in NY., he & 2 other white boys maybe bro's lived in Indian Country until 1820

Event: Reference # (1) 19 JAN 1836 Married Lavina Parker in OH

Event: Census 1 1830 Ohio-list L. Mills--ASHT Co., Page 125, census division Kings VI--Is this Lansford?

Event: Census 2 1850 Listed in Polk Co., IA, Des Moines, Twp., Page 049

Event: Census 3 1856 Listed in Boone Co., IA. Union Twp.

Event: Census 4 1895 Lists Lansford & Parker as #155, Boone Co. Union Twp., IA

Event: Residence #1 1830 No record of exact date but went west to Harpersfield, OH where he met Lavina

Event: Residence #2 19 JAN 1836 Lived in Harpersfield Twp., Ashtabula Co. when married

Event: Residence #3 1848 Moved to McClean Co., IL., daughter Cynthia born there.

Event: Residence #4 1855 Moved to Buffalo Grove, 3 mi. N. of Perry, IA on Beaver Creek

Reference Number: 993

Marriage 1 Lavina PARKER b: 20 AUG 1819 in Oneida, Oneida Co., NY USA

Married: 19 JAN 1836 in Ashtabula County, Ohio USA

Event: Married By in Justice of the Peace

Children

Harrison MILLS b: 28 NOV 1836 in Ohio

Almira MILLS b: 17 JAN 1839 in Ohio

James MILLS b: 29 AUG 1841 in Ohio

Orrin MILLS b: 12 JUL 1844 in Illinois

Cynthia MILLS b: 5 APR 1848 in Illinois

William R. MILLS b: APR 1854

Sandford O. MILLS b: 14 NOV 1856

Peter A. MILLS b: 24 JAN 1860

Parker MILLS b: 26 FEB 1867

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ix. Amasa Parker, born 06 Dec 1822 in Oneida NY; died Oct 1891 in Visilia, Tulaire, CA; married Eliza Mathews 1841 in OH.

 

206. Robert Lemmon He married 207. Hannah Woolsey Abt. 1800.

207. Hannah Woolsey

Children of Robert Lemmon and Hannah Woolsey are:

i. Robert Lemmon

103 ii. Rosannah Lemmon, born 1807 in Harpersfield, Ashtabula, OHIO; died 1840 in Versailles, Woodford, Illinois; married Wanton Horatio Parker 22 Jul 1824 in Ashtabula Ohio.

 

208. Isaac Benjamin Sr. Coonfield, born 1780 in PA; died Bef. 1830 in Marion, Indiana. He was the son of 416. Robert James? Coonfeldt. He married 209. Barsheba Clark.

209. Barsheba Clark, born Abt. 1770 in 1830 census shows her living by Archelas Clark; died Bef. 1840 in Perry, Marion, Indiana. She was the daughter of 418. Clark.

Notes for Isaac Benjamin Sr. Coonfield:

BIOGRAPHY: 5. JAMES P.4 COONFIELD (ISAAC COONFIELD3 SR, ROBERT J.2 COONFELDT, CHRISTOPHER1 CONFELD) was born March 3, 1808 in HENRY CO, KENTUCKY, and died July 3, 1866 in INDIANA. He married ELIZABETH (ELIZA) HOGLAND February 16, 1829 in MARION CO, INDIANA. She was born 1813 in KENTUCKY, and died WFT Est. 1851-1908.

BIOGRAPHY: Notes for JAMES P. COONFIELD:

BIOGRAPHY: INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM:

BIOGRAPHY: CENSUS 1850, MARTINSVILLE, GREEN TWP, INDIANA

BIOGRAPHY: CENSUS INDEX 1830-MARION CO., PERRY TWP. PG.191

BIOGRAPHY: CENSUS INDEX 1840, MARION CO, PERRY TWP. GP 318

BIOGRAPHY: BURIED: BEAR CREEK CEMETERY, INDIANA

 

BIOGRAPHY: Children of JAMES COONFIELD and ELIZABETH HOGLAND are:

BIOGRAPHY: 8. i. ISAAC5 COONFIELD, b. 1830, MARION CO, INDIANA; d. WFT Est. 1862-1921.

BIOGRAPHY: 9. ii. WILLIAM M. COONFIELD, b. 1834, MARION CO, INDIANA; d. November 7, 1899, MORGAN CO, INDIANA.

BIOGRAPHY: 10. iii. JAMES H. COONFIELD, b. 1836, MARION CO, INDIANA; d. WFT Est. 1863-1927.

BIOGRAPHY: 11. iv. JOHN SAMUEL COONFIELD, b. February 20, 1838, MARION CO, INDIANA; d. March 19, 1905, HIGGENS CO, LIPSCOMB, TX.

BIOGRAPHY: v. MARTHA COONFIELD, b. 1840, MARION CO, INDIANA; d. WFT Est. 1841-1934.

BIOGRAPHY: vi. ELIZA COONFIELD, b. 1843, MARION CO, INDIANA; d. WFT Est. 1844-1937.

BIOGRAPHY: vii. THOMAS COONFIELD, b. 1845, MARION CO, INDIANA; d. WFT Est. 1846-1935.

BIOGRAPHY: viii. HANFORD COONFIELD, b. 1848, MARION CO, INDIANA; d. WFT Est. 1849-1938.

BIOGRAPHY:

BIOGRAPHY: 6. ISAAC BENJAMIN COONFIELD4 JR (ISAAC COONFIELD3 SR, ROBERT J.2 COONFELDT, CHRISTOPHER1 CONFELD) was born May 11, 1808 in HENRY CO, KENTUCKY, and died December 12, 1879 in BENTON CO, VAUGHN, ARKANSAS. He married (1) LYDIA EPPERSON December 28, 1832 in MARIAN, INDIANA, daughter of JAMES EPPERSON and MARY TETTERS. She was born July 16, 1815, and died WFT Est. 1838-1909. He married (2) MARY EPPERSON May 4, 1835 in MARION CO, INDIANA, daughter of JAMES EPPERSON and MARY TETTERS. She was born September 1, 1813 in KENTUCKY, and died January 13, 1872 in BENTON CO, VAUGHN, ARKANSAS.

BIOGRAPHY: Notes for ISAAC BENJAMIN COONFIELD JR:

BIOGRAPHY: ISAAC & MARY COONFIELD

BIOGRAPHY: VERY LITTLE IS KNOWN ABOUT THE COONFIELDS. THERE IS EVEN CONTROVERSY OVER THE BIRTH PLACE AND DEATH DATE. ISAAC BENJAMIN COONFIELD, SAID TO HAVE BEEN OF PENNYSLVANIA DUTCH ANCESTRY, WAS BORN MAY 11, 1808, IN EITHER PENNSLYVANIA OR KENTUCKY. HIS WIFE MARY, WAS BORN IN KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 1, 1813. FOLLOWING THEIR MARRIAGE IN APPROXIMATELY 1832, THE COUPLE SETTLED IN INDIANA TO FARM AND RAISE A FAMILY. ISAAC AND MARY HAD 12 CHILDREN; EIGHT BOYS AND FOUR GIRLS, INCLUDING A SET OF TWINS, LYDIA AND ISAAC N.

BIOGRAPHY: MARGARET ADELINE COONFIELD, THEIR NINTH CHILD, WAS BORN JUNE 22, 1848. WHEN MARGARET WAS A SMALL CHILD THE FAMILY MOVED SOUTH TO BENTON CO, ARKANSAS. THE FAMILY SUFFERED A GREAT DEAL OF TRAGEDY, LOSING THREE SONS IN THE CIVIL WAR. WHILE SERVING THE UNION FORCES, THEY WERE CAPTURED AND LATER DIED IN ANDERSONVILLE PRISION. IN 1871 ONLY 5 OF THE TWELVE CHILDREN WERE STILL LIVING. ISAAC, JAMES, BENJAMIN, MARGARET AND HESTER. ALTHOUGH ISAAC COULD NEITHER READ NOR WRITE, HE WAS A SUCCESSFUL FARMER AND HIS FARM IN BENTONVILLE, AK, WAS VALUED AT $2000 IN 1870. THEIR SON JAMES WAS LIVING WITH THEM AT THAT TIME AND THEIR DAUGHTER MARGARET WAS LIVING JUST TWO HOUSES AWAY WITH HER HUSBAND, JESSE QUARLES. BENJAMIN WAS ALSO LIVING ON A FARM IN BENTONVILLE WITH HIS WIFE, MARTHA AND THEIR THREE CHILDREN. MARY COONFIELD DIED JANUARY 13, 1871, BUT THERE IS NO KNOWN DEATH DATE FOR ISAAC BENJAMIN COONFIELD.

BIOGRAPHY: TOLD BY WILLIAM CLYDE QUARLES/AGE IN 90'S

BIOGRAPHY: SINCE THIS WAS TOLD BIRTH AND DEATH DATES FOR ISAAC HAVE BEEN CONFIRMED.

BIOGRAPHY: INFORMATION ON CHILDREN AND MARRIAGES WAS FOUND ON A HAND WRITTEN PAPER IN THE FAMILY BIBLE OF MARGARET AND JESSE QUARLES. MILTON R. QUARLES NOW HAS THE BIBLE

BIOGRAPHY: INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM: CENSUS 1850 (10, AUG) GREEN TWP., MORGAN CO, INDIANA

BIOGRAPHY: CENSUS 1870 (16, JULY) OSAGE TWP., BENTON CO, ARKANSAS

BIOGRAPHY: THE CHILDREN THAT DIED IN INDIANA ARE BURIED IN A CEMETARY AT 2052 WEST EDGE OF MORGANTOWN, INDIANA

BIOGRAPHY:

BIOGRAPHY:

BIOGRAPHY:

BIOGRAPHY: Facts about this person:

BIOGRAPHY: Fact 1

BIOGRAPHY: BURIED: GAMBLE CEMETARY

BIOGRAPHY: Fact 2

BIOGRAPHY: BENTON CO, VAUGHN, ARKANSAS

BIOGRAPHY: Fact 3

BIOGRAPHY: OCCUPATION: FRUIT FARMER

BIOGRAPHY:

BIOGRAPHY:

BIOGRAPHY: More About ISAAC BENJAMIN COONFIELD JR:

BIOGRAPHY: Fact 1: See Note Page

BIOGRAPHY: Notes for MARY EPPERSON:

BIOGRAPHY:

BIOGRAPHY: Facts about this person:

BIOGRAPHY: Fact 1

BIOGRAPHY: BURIED: GAMBLE CEMETARY

BIOGRAPHY: Fact 2

BIOGRAPHY: BENTON CO, VAUGHN, ARKANSAS

BIOGRAPHY:

BIOGRAPHY:

BIOGRAPHY: More About MARY EPPERSON:

BIOGRAPHY: Fact 1: See Note Page

 

BIOGRAPHY: Children of ISAAC JR and LYDIA EPPERSON are:

BIOGRAPHY: 12. i. LYDIA ELLEN5 COONFIELD, b. October 27, 1833, MARION CO, ANDERSON, INDIANA; d. WFT Est. 1858-1927.

BIOGRAPHY: 13. ii. ISAAC NEWTON COONFIELD, b. October 27, 1833, MARION CO, ANDERSON, INDIANA; d. WFT Est. 1877-1925.

 

BIOGRAPHY: Children of ISAAC JR and MARY EPPERSON are:

BIOGRAPHY: 14. iii. HESTER A.5 COONFIELD, b. July 29, 1953, INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA; d. May 4, 1932.

BIOGRAPHY: iv. JOHN WILLIAM COONFIELD, b. January 25, 1836, INDIANA; d. September 29, 1859, MORGAN CO, MORGANTOWN, INDIANA.

BIOGRAPHY: v. ALEXANDER HARRISON COONFIELD, b. September 20, 1837, MARION CO, ANDERSON, INDIANA; d. September 29, 1859, MORGAN CO, MORGANTOWN, INDIANA.

BIOGRAPHY: vi. ALLEN W. COONFIELD, b. 1838, INDIANA; d. WFT Est. 1839-1928.

BIOGRAPHY: vii. ROBERT JOHN COONFIELD, b. March 29, 1839, INDIANA; d. June 9, 1859, BENTON CO, VAUGHN, ARKANSAS.

BIOGRAPHY: viii. JAMES M. COONFIELD, b. November 29, 1840, INDIANA; d. November 9, 1883, BENTON CO, VAUGHN, ARKANSAS.

BIOGRAPHY: Notes for JAMES M. COONFIELD:

BIOGRAPHY: JAMES COONFIELD WAS LISTED IN THE 1880 CENSUS-BENTON CO., ANDERSON TOWNSHIP, ARKANSAS AS LIVING AS A BOARDER WITH A WILLIAM STEWART PG. 14

BIOGRAPHY: APPARENTLY JAMES NEVER MARRIED

BIOGRAPHY:

BIOGRAPHY:

BIOGRAPHY: Facts about this person:

BIOGRAPHY: Fact 1

BIOGRAPHY: BURIED: GAMBLE CEMETARY

BIOGRAPHY: Fact 2

BIOGRAPHY: BENTON CO, VAUGHN, ARKANSAS

BIOGRAPHY:

BIOGRAPHY:

BIOGRAPHY: More About JAMES M. COONFIELD:

BIOGRAPHY: Fact 1: See Note Page

BIOGRAPHY: Medical Information: EPILEPTIC

BIOGRAPHY: ix. JEHU ALLEN COONFIELD, b. January 3, 1843, INDIANA; d. May 15, 1860, BENTON CO, VAUGHN, ARKANSAS.

BIOGRAPHY: Notes for JEHU ALLEN COONFIELD:

BIOGRAPHY:

BIOGRAPHY: Facts about this person:

BIOGRAPHY: Fact 1

BIOGRAPHY: BURIED: GAMBLE CEMETARY

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BIOGRAPHY: BENTON CO, VAUGHN, ARKANSAS

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BIOGRAPHY: More About JEHU ALLEN COONFIELD:

BIOGRAPHY: Fact 1: See Note Page

BIOGRAPHY: 15. x. BENJAMIN WYLIE COONFIELD, b. October 21, 1844, RIPLEY CO, CROSSROADS, INDIANA; d. July 6, 1914, MCLENNAN CO, WACO, TEXAS.

BIOGRAPHY: xi. CHARLES R. COONFIELD, b. May 14, 1846, INDIANA; d. September 8, 1851, MORGAN CO, MORGANTOWN, INDIANA.

BIOGRAPHY: 16. xii. MARGARET ADELINE COONFIELD, b. June 22, 1848, JEFFERSON CO, HARRISVILLE, INDIANA; d. March 17, 1911, KOOTENAI CO, LANE, IDAHO.

BIOGRAPHY: xiii. CHARITY EMELINE COONFIELD, b. July 14, 1850, INDIANA; d. September 7, 1851, MORGAN CO, MORGANTOWN, INDIANA.

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BIOGRAPHY: 7. MILLICENT4 COONFIELD (ISAAC COONFIELD3 SR, ROBERT J.2 COONFELDT, CHRISTOPHER1 CONFELD) was born 1813 in HENRY CO, KENTUCKY, and died December 23, 1880 in WABASH, INDIANA. She married CHARLES ALEXANDER RICHARDS March 7, 1837 in MARIAN INDIANA. He was born March 2, 1813 in NEW HAMPSHIRE, and died February 22, 1892 in WABASH, INDIANA.

BIOGRAPHY: Notes for MILLICENT COONFIELD:

BIOGRAPHY: BURIED: FALLS CEMETARY, WABASH, INDIANA..IN KENNEDY LOT

BIOGRAPHY: HER HEALTH WAS NOT GOOD

BIOGRAPHY: CHURCH AFFILIATION: CHRISTIAN

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BIOGRAPHY: Notes for CHARLES ALEXANDER RICHARDS:

BIOGRAPHY: WAS A LICENSED MINISTER

BIOGRAPHY: BURIED: FALLS CEMETARY, WABASH, INDIANA..ON HIS OWN LOT

BIOGRAPHY: OCCUPATION: PRINTER

BIOGRAPHY: CHURCH AFFILIATION: CHRISTIAN

 

BIOGRAPHY: Children of MILLICENT COONFIELD and CHARLES RICHARDS are:

BIOGRAPHY: 17. i. JAMES A.5 RICHARDS, b. March 28, 1844, MORGAN, INDIANA; d. February 8, 1920, WABASH, INDIANA.

BIOGRAPHY: 18. ii. JANE (JENNIE) RICHARDS, b. 1840; d. WFT Est. 1866-1934.

BIOGRAPHY: iii. ANNA (ANN) MARIA RICHARDS, b. January 2, 1842; d. February 16, 1915, WABASH, INDIANA; m. ALBERT KLUM, April 25, 1869; b. WFT Est. 1821-1849; d. WFT Est. 1874-1934.

BIOGRAPHY: Notes for ANNA (ANN) MARIA RICHARDS:

BIOGRAPHY: BURIED: FALLS CEMETARY, WABASH, INDIANA

BIOGRAPHY: LOT 312/WITH HER FATHER

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BIOGRAPHY: 19. iv. PARKHILL MCFARLAND RICHARDS, b. July 29, 1849, PERRU CO, MIAMI, INDIANA; d. December 7, 1878, WABASH, INDIANA.

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BIRTH: Generation No. 5

 

BIRTH: 8. ISAAC5 COONFIELD (JAMES P.4, ISAAC COONFIELD3 SR, ROBERT J.2 COONFELDT, CHRISTOPHER1 CONFELD) was born 1830 in MARION CO, INDIANA, and died WFT Est. 1862-1921. He married JULIA ANN PERSINGER April 9, 1851 in MORGAN CO, INDIANA. She was born February 5, 1824 in OHIO, and died WFT Est. 1861-1919.

BIRTH: Notes for ISAAC COONFIELD:

BIRTH: INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM:

BIRTH: 1850 CENSUS INDEX, MORGAN CO, GREEN TWP. PG 011

 

BIRTH: Children of ISAAC COONFIELD and JULIA PERSINGER are:

BIRTH: i. JAMES FRANKLIN6 COONFIELD, b. 1853; d. WFT Est. 1884-1944; m. LOUISA DAY, November 1, 1878, JOHNSON CO, FRANKLIN, INDIANA; b. WFT Est. 1840-1862; d. WFT Est. 1883-1951.

BIRTH: Marriage Notes for JAMES COONFIELD and LOUISA DAY:

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BIRTH: Facts about this marriage:

BIRTH: Marriage November 01, 1878

BIRTH: JOHNSON CO, FRANKLIN, INDIANA

BIRTH: Marriage Fact

BIRTH: MARRIAGE LISTED BOOK "E" PG 460

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BIRTH: 20. ii. SARAH S.E. COONFIELD, b. 1853, MORGAN CO, INDIANA; d. WFT Est. 1876-1947.

BIRTH: iii. LYDIA E. COONFIELD, b. 1855; d. WFT Est. 1869-1949; m. SAM GLAUBORN, WFT Est. 1869-1902; b. WFT Est. 1838-1858; d. WFT Est. 1872-1944.

BIRTH: 21. iv. DANIEL WESLEY COONFIELD, b. January 30, 1857, INDIANA; d. April 20, 1914, JOHNSON CO, INDIANA.

BIRTH: v. BARBARA E. COONFIELD, b. 1858; d. WFT Est. 1886-1952; m. RICHARD H. DAY, February 5, 1880, JOHNSON CO, FRANKLIN, INDIANA; b. WFT Est. 1834-1860; d. WFT Est. 1885-1947.

BIRTH: Marriage Notes for BARBARA COONFIELD and RICHARD DAY:

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BIRTH: Facts about this marriage:

BIRTH: Marriage February 05, 1880

BIRTH: JOHNSON CO, FRANKLIN, INDIANA

BIRTH: Marriage Fact

BIRTH: MARRIAGE LISTED BOOK "F" PG 476

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BIRTH: vi. ALMIZIA COONFIELD, b. WFT Est. 1845-1876; d. WFT Est. 1851-1957.

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BIRTH: 9. WILLIAM M.5 COONFIELD (JAMES P.4, ISAAC COONFIELD3 SR, ROBERT J.2 COONFELDT, CHRISTOPHER1 CONFELD) was born 1834 in MARION CO, INDIANA, and died November 7, 1899 in MORGAN CO, INDIANA. He married LUCINDA BAILEY November 10, 1855 in MORGAN CO, INDIANA. She was born 1832, and died WFT Est. 1868-1927.

BIRTH: Notes for WILLIAM M. COONFIELD:

BIRTH: INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM:

BIRTH: CENSUS 1860 (GENEALOGY BOOK) LA PUBLIC LIBRARY R977.2 W33-1

BIRTH: LISTED DEATH RECORDS, MORGAN CO, INDIANA (POOR ASYLUM)

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BIRTH: Marriage Notes for WILLIAM COONFIELD and LUCINDA BAILEY:

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BIRTH: Facts about this marriage:

BIRTH: Marriage November 10, 1855

BIRTH: MORGAN CO, INDIANA

BIRTH: Marriage Fact

BIRTH: LISTED MARRIAGE RECORDS, MORGAN CO, IN

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BIRTH: Children of WILLIAM COONFIELD and LUCINDA BAILEY are:

BIRTH: i. WILFORD V.6 COONFIELD, b. 1856; d. WFT Est. 1857-1946.

BIRTH: ii. LAURINDA A. COONFIELD, b. 1859; d. WFT Est. 1860-1953.

BIRTH: iii. RANSON B. COONFIELD, b. 1860; d. WFT Est. 1861-1950.

BIRTH: iv. ELLEN (ELLA) COONFIELD, b. 1863; d. WFT Est. 1905-1958; m. JAMES F. LANNEY, June 17, 1901, MARION CO, INDIANA; b. WFT Est. 1848-1881; d. WFT Est. 1906-1965.

BIRTH: v. MADISON M. COONFIELD, b. 1865; d. WFT Est. 1893-1956; m. MAUNIE A. GILBERT, October 15, 1887, MARION CO, INDIANA; b. WFT Est. 1849-1873; d. WFT Est. 1892-1962.

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BIRTH: 10. JAMES H.5 COONFIELD (JAMES P.4, ISAAC COONFIELD3 SR, ROBERT J.2 COONFELDT, CHRISTOPHER1 CONFELD) was born 1836 in MARION CO, INDIANA, and died WFT Est. 1863-1927. He married MARTHA ROGERS (HOAGLAND?) September 9, 1855 in FRANKLIN, INDIANA. She was born 1823, and died WFT Est. 1862-1918.

 

BIRTH: Children of JAMES COONFIELD and MARTHA (HOAGLAND?) are:

BIRTH: i. DANIEL S.6 COONFIELD, b. 1856; d. WFT Est. 1873-1946; m. MARY E. MCDANIEL, WFT Est. 1873-1906; b. WFT Est. 1852-1872; d. WFT Est. 1873-1956.

BIRTH: ii. MARTHA ANN COONFIELD, b. 1859; d. WFT Est. 1873-1953; m. DAVID MOORE, WFT Est. 1873-1906; b. WFT Est. 1842-1862; d. WFT Est. 1876-1948.

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BIRTH: 11. JOHN SAMUEL5 COONFIELD (JAMES P.4, ISAAC COONFIELD3 SR, ROBERT J.2 COONFELDT, CHRISTOPHER1 CONFELD) was born February 20, 1838 in MARION CO, INDIANA, and died March 19, 1905 in HIGGENS CO, LIPSCOMB, TX. He married MELVINA KNOX April 7, 1859. She was born November 9, 1838 in INDIANA, and died September 1, 1898 in HARPER CO, HARPER, KANSAS.

 

BIRTH: Children of JOHN COONFIELD and MELVINA KNOX are:

BIRTH: 22. i. CELIA6 COONFIELD, b. November 5, 1861, ELKHART CO, ELKHART, INDIANA; d. June 10, 1924, FARGO, OKLAHOMA.

BIRTH: 23. ii. MARTHA JANE (MATTIE) COONFIELD, b. November 24, 1864, VIGO, TERRA HAUTE, INDIANA; d. November 14, 1921, MAJOR CO, MENO, OKLAHOMA.

BIRTH: iii. MARY SOFRONIA COONFIELD, b. February 12, 1872, DAVIS CO, BLOOMFIELD, IOWA; d. September 8, 1935, BLAINE CO, OKEENE, OKLAHOMA; m. LEWIS BENNETT KRATZER, September 4, 1889, HARPER CO, HARPER, KANSAS; b. WFT Est. 1844-1872; d. WFT Est. 1894-1959.

BIRTH: Notes for MARY SOFRONIA COONFIELD:

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BIRTH: Facts about this person:

BIRTH: Fact 1

BIRTH: BURIED: BLAINE CO, OKEENE, OKLAHOMA

BIRTH: 24. iv. GEORGE DEE COONFIELD, b. September 29, 1873, DAVIS CO, BLOOMFIELD, IOWA; d. September 25, 1935, LIPSCOMB CO, HIGGENS, TEXAS.

BIRTH: 25. v. HUGH ALBERT COONFIELD, b. June 3, 1877, HARPER CO, HARPER, KANSAS; d. March 22, 1936, MOORELAND, OKLAHOMA.

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BIRTH: 12. LYDIA ELLEN5 COONFIELD (ISAAC BENJAMIN COONFIELD4 JR, ISAAC COONFIELD3 SR, ROBERT J.2 COONFELDT, CHRISTOPHER1 CONFELD) was born October 27, 1833 in MARION CO, ANDERSON, INDIANA, and died WFT Est. 1858-1927. She married WILLIAM HOLLAND STEWARD November 21, 1852 in MARION CO, INDIANA. He was born December 23, 1829 in BEDFORD CO., VIRGINIA, and died WFT Est. 1858-1920.

BIRTH: Notes for WILLIAM HOLLAND STEWARD:

BIRTH: OCCUPATION: FARMER

BIRTH: RELIGION: METHODIST

 

BIRTH: Children of LYDIA COONFIELD and WILLIAM STEWARD are:

BIRTH: i. MARY A.6 STEWARD, b. WFT Est. 1850-1876; d. WFT Est. 1867-1959; m. THOMAS MASON, WFT Est. 1867-1911; b. WFT Est. 1840-1875; d. WFT Est. 1867-1954.

BIRTH: ii. GEORGE NEWTON STEWARD, b. WFT Est. 1850-1876; d. WFT Est. 1856-1957.

BIRTH: iii. ELMIRA J. STEWARD, b. WFT Est. 1850-1876; d. WFT Est. 1867-1959; m. ROBERT TRUE, WFT Est. 1867-1911; b. WFT Est. 1840-1875; d. WFT Est. 1867-1954.

BIRTH: iv. JOHN A. STEWARD, b. WFT Est. 1850-1876; d. WFT Est. 1856-1957.

BIRTH: v. MARTHA A. STEWARD, b. WFT Est. 1850-1876; d. WFT Est. 1867-1959; m. JAMES TRUE, WFT Est. 1867-1911; b. WFT Est. 1840-1875; d. WFT Est. 1867-1954.

BIRTH: vi. ISAAC E. STEWARD, b. WFT Est. 1850-1876; d. WFT Est. 1856-1957.

BIRTH: vii. WILLIAM A. STEWARD, b. WFT Est. 1850-1876; d. WFT Est. 1856-1957.

BIRTH: viii. JAMES W. STEWARD, b. WFT Est. 1850-1876; d. WFT Est. 1856-1957.

BIRTH: ix. THEODORE J. STEWARD, b. WFT Est. 1850-1876; d. WFT Est. 1856-1957.

BIRTH: x. RICHARD A. STEWARD, b. WFT Est. 1850-1876; d. WFT Est. 1856-1957.

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BIRTH: 13. ISAAC NEWTON5 COONFIELD (ISAAC BENJAMIN COONFIELD4 JR, ISAAC COONFIELD3 SR, ROBERT J.2 COONFELDT, CHRISTOPHER1 CONFELD) was born October 27, 1833 in MARION CO, ANDERSON, INDIANA, and died WFT Est. 1877-1925. He married (1) ELIZABETH MCNUTT WFT Est. 1849-1856. She was born WFT Est. 1829-1847, and died December 12, 1857 in JOHNSON CO, INDIANA. He married (2) MATILDA GARDNER November 10, 1858 in JOHNSON CO, FRANKLIN, INDIANA. She was born WFT Est. 1821-1847, and died WFT Est. 1877-1935.

BIRTH: Notes for ISAAC NEWTON COONFIELD:

BIRTH: INFORMATION: AT 30 YEARS OF AGE ISAAC NEWTON WAS 5'7", BLUE EYES AND DARK COMPLEXION

BIRTH: CIVIL WAR: JOINED MARCH 1, 1864, CO. "H", 9TH REG. OF INDIANA CAVALRY, JOHNSON CO., INDIANA. REPORTED MISSING IN ACTION SULPHER FORT, ALABAMA, SEPTEMBER 25, 1864. HE WAS MISSING FOR TWO YEARS.

BIRTH: INFORMATION FROM MAXINE COONFIELD

BIRTH: 507 E. 13TH ST.

BIRTH: BARTLESVILLE, OKLAHOMA

BIRTH: OCCUPATION LISTED AS A FARMER AND MERCHANT

BIRTH: PENSION PAPERS WERE DROPPED IN NOVEMBER 22,1909

BIRTH: LAST PAYMENT RECEIVED WAS AUGUST 4, 1909.

BIRTH: DEATH ESTIMATED AUGUST 1909.

BIRTH: ISAAC NEWTON COONFIELD WAS AFFECTIONATELY CALLED "UNCLE NEWT"

BIRTH: ONE FO HIS DAUGHTERS WENT BY THE NAME OF "PINK" ONE OF HIS SON'S GREW UP TO BE A DOCTOR.

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BIRTH: Marriage Notes for ISAAC COONFIELD and MATILDA GARDNER:

BIRTH: ISAAC AND MATILDA COONFIELD WERE MARRIED BY :

BIRTH: REV. GODFREY JONES IN JOHNSON CO., INDIANA

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BIRTH: Facts about this marriage:

BIRTH: Marriage November 10, 1858

BIRTH: JOHNSON CO, FRANKLIN, INDIANA

BIRTH: Marriage Fact

BIRTH: FRANKLIN CO, IN BOOK "B" PG 333

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BIRTH: Children of ISAAC COONFIELD and MATILDA GARDNER are:

BIRTH: i. FLORA B.6 COONFIELD, b. August 11, 1859, MORGAN CO, INDIANA; d. November 23, 1859, MORGAN CO, INDIANA.

BIRTH: ii. WILLIAM M. COONFIELD, b. March 6, 1866, MORAN CO, INDIANA; d. WFT Est. 1867-1956.

BIRTH: iii. MATILDA CAROLINE, b. August 28, 1870; d. WFT Est. 1871-1964.

BIRTH: iv. EMMA P. COONFIELD, b. March 7, 1875; d. WFT Est. 1918-1970; m. FREDRICK CLARK, December 8, 1914; b. WFT Est. 1860-1894; d. WFT Est. 1918-1978.

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BIRTH: 14. HESTER A.5 COONFIELD (ISAAC BENJAMIN COONFIELD4 JR, ISAAC COONFIELD3 SR, ROBERT J.2 COONFELDT, CHRISTOPHER1 CONFELD) was born July 29, 1953 in INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, and died May 4, 1932. She married MILES A. HARREL. He was born Private.

 

BIRTH: Children of HESTER COONFIELD and MILES HARREL are:

BIRTH: i. ISAAC NEWTON6 HARRAL, b. November 4, 1871, BENTON CO, CENTERTON, ARKANSAS; d. WFT Est. 1965-1985.

BIRTH: ii. JOHN HARRAL, b. January 27, 1875, BENTON CO, CENTERTON, ARKANSAS; d. WFT Est. 1965-1985.

BIRTH: iii. MATTIE HARRAL, b. July 23, 1880, BENTON CO, CENTERTON, ARKANSAS; d. WFT Est. 1965-1985.

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BIRTH: 15. BENJAMIN WYLIE5 COONFIELD (ISAAC BENJAMIN COONFIELD4 JR, ISAAC COONFIELD3 SR, ROBERT J.2 COONFELDT, CHRISTOPHER1 CONFELD) was born October 21, 1844 in RIPLEY CO, CROSSROADS, INDIANA, and died July 6, 1914 in MCLENNAN CO, WACO, TEXAS. He met (1) MARTHA FRANCES YOUNG October 26, 1865 in Johnson Co., Indiana. She was born November 25, 1841 in INDIANA, and died August 15, 1897 in BENTON CO, VAUGHN, ARKANSAS. He married (2) POLLY SAMANTHA STEPHENSON December 8, 1897 in BENTON CO, VAUGHN, ARKANSAS. She was born December 16, 1876 in ARKANSAS, and died WFT Est. 1908-1970.

BIRTH: Notes for BENJAMIN WYLIE COONFIELD:

BIRTH: BENJAMIN WYLIE'S OCCUPATION WAS A FRUIT FARMER. HE WAS LIGHT COMPLECTED, BROWN EYES, LIGHT BROWN HAIR, 5'53/4" TALL

BIRTH: HE SERVED IN THE CIVIL WAR UNDER SHERMAN. ENROLLED AT LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY ON OCTOBER 6TH 1864 AS A PRIVATE, CO "F", 85TH REGIMENT INDIANA INFANTRY DISCHARGED ON JULY 17, 1865, IN LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY

BIRTH: MARRIED IN BENTONVILLE, ARKANSAS BY S.J. GRIFFITH, J.P.

BIRTH: 1913-1916 DIRECTORY LISTING IN WACO, TX

BIRTH: 505 LASALLE, WACO, TX

BIRTH: DECLARATION FOR PENSION FILLED OUT ON MARCH 4TH, 1907 STATED THAT HE MOVED TO BENTON CO, AR IN JUNE 1856 THEN MOVED TO JOHNSON CO, INDIANA IN MARCH 1862 THEN MOVED TO BENTON CO, AR THEN TO CHELSEA, OK.

BIRTH: PENSIONER CERTIFICATE # 643873

BIRTH: Facts about this person:

BIRTH: Fact 1

BIRTH: BURIED: POTTERFIELD CMTY

BIRTH: Fact 2

BIRTH: MCLENNAN CO, WACO, TEXAS

BIRTH: Fact 3

BIRTH: TEXAS VS DEATH CERT# 16006

BIRTH: Fact 4

BIRTH: OCCUPATION: FRUIT FARMER

BIRTH: Fact 5

BIRTH: CIVIL WAR APPLICATION

BIRTH: Fact 6

BIRTH: LIVED IN: IN, AR, OK, TX

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BIRTH: More About BENJAMIN WYLIE COONFIELD:

BIRTH: Fact 1: See Note Page

BIRTH: Notes for MARTHA FRANCES YOUNG:

BIRTH: LISTED IN THE 1880 CENSUS IN BENTON CO., ANDERSON TOWNSHIP, ARKANSAS, MARTHA SHOWED AS BEING BORN IN INDIANA, HER FATHER WAS LISTED AS BORN IN KENTUCKY AND HER MOTHER WAS LISTED AS BEING BORN IN VIRGINIA

BIRTH: Facts about this person:

BIRTH: Fact 1

BIRTH: BURIED: COFFELT CEMETARY

BIRTH: Fact 2

BIRTH: BENTON CO, VAUGHN, ARKANSAS

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BIRTH: More About MARTHA FRANCES YOUNG:

BIRTH: Fact 1: See Note Page

BIRTH: Marriage Notes for BENJAMIN COONFIELD and MARTHA YOUNG:

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BIRTH: Facts about this marriage:

BIRTH: Other-Begin October 26, 1865

BIRTH: Johnson Co., Indiana

BIRTH: Death of one spouse August 15, 1897

BIRTH: BENTON CO, VAUGHN, ARKANSAS

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BIRTH: Notes for POLLY SAMANTHA STEPHENSON:

BIRTH: POLLY SAMANTHA STEPHENSON HAD 1 DAUGHTER PRIOR TO HER MARRIAGE TO BENJAMIN WYLIE COONFIELD. DAUGHTER WAS NAMED CLEO STEPHENSON. AFTER THEIR MARRIAGE CLEO USED THE NAME OF COONFIELD INSTEAD OF STEPHENSON.

BIRTH: IN THE 1900 CENSUS IN BENTON CO., MASON VALLEY, ARKANSAS

BIRTH: POLLY'S FATHER WAS LISTED AS BEING BORN IN ILLINOIS AND HER MOTHER WAS LISTED AS BEING BORN IN KENTUCKY

BIRTH: SAMANTHA APPLIED FOR PENSION FROM BENJAMIN ON AUGUST 29, 1914 IN WACO, TEXAS. SHE WAS LISTED AS LIVING AT 625 LASALLE ST.

BIRTH: SHE ALSO STATED THAT SHE HAD NEVER BEEN PREVIOUSLY MARRIED.

BIRTH: ON DECEMBER 5TH, 1914 SAMANTHA LISTED HER STREET ADDRESS AS 1600 OWENS STREET, WACO, TEXAS.

BIRTH: Marriage Notes for BENJAMIN COONFIELD and POLLY STEPHENSON:

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BIRTH: Facts about this marriage:

BIRTH: Marriage December 08, 1897

BIRTH: BENTON CO, VAUGHN, ARKANSAS

BIRTH: Death of one spouse July 06, 1914

BIRTH: MCLENNAN CO, WACO, TEXAS

BIRTH: Marriage Fact December 08, 1897

BIRTH: BOOK E, PG 221, BENTON CO, RECORDS

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More About Isaac Benjamin Sr. Coonfield:

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Children of Isaac Coonfield and Barsheba Clark are:

i. John Martin? Coonfield, born 1795 in Pennsylvania; died 1870 in 1860 shows him living with brother James P., on 1870 census, he lived with Peter, Bear Creek Cemetery, Brown County, Indiana; married Ann Mary Winkler 12 Apr 1840 in Brown County IN; born 1820 in NC; died Abt. 1860 in Indiana.

Notes for John Martin? Coonfield:

1850 census of Washington Township, Morgan Co., lists J. M. Coonfield, age 55 and wife Anne, age 30. Children in the household are; Isaac 9, Levina 8, Peter 8, Mary 6, John 5, Mahala 4, Charles 2, Nanacy 1, and Sarah 1/12.

1860 Brown Co. IN., Jackson Twp., Page 135 taken 8/8/1860 by: James A. Mckinney, Ass't Marshal;

hh# Fam# - 958/958.

William H. Tuttle 53, farmer, RE$1500; Pers $800, b/p NC

Mary Tuttle 38/fem. Born NC (cannot read or write)

Peter Coonfield 19 born IN

Mahala Coonfield 14 Born IN

Francis M. Coonfield 7, born IN

Residing next door in HH/Fam# 957/957 is following (very likely another sibling of Mahala's)

Jackson Pricket 45 farmer RE $100/Personal $300 born IN.

Elisabeth Pricket 42 born IN

Hannah E. Pricket 23 born IN

Jacob S. Pricket 22 born in

Charles Coonfield 12 born IN

J. W. Pricket age 7 months, born IN.

John was still living in the census of 1870. His age is given as 76 and he is living with his son Peter who is 29 by that time and is married and the Head of household. At this time, 1870, they are back in Washington township, Morgan Co. He is buried in Bear Creek Cemetery in the north part of Brown Co. It is rumored that there is also an unmarked Coonfield grave next to his.

More About John Martin? Coonfield:

Burial: Another John born 1796 Kentucky was in 1870 Morgan IND census

More About Ann Mary Winkler:

Burial: 1850 census shows family in Washington, Morgan County, IN

ii. Bethia Coonfield, born 1797; married Nicholas Clines 1817 in Henry Co KY.

iii. Susannah Coonfield, born 1799; died 14 Feb 1875; married Obediah Clark; born 11 Sep 1789 in Virginia; died 08 Feb 1875.

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Date born 2: 22 Jan 1799, KY

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104 iv. Isaac Benjamin Jr Coonfield, born 11 May 1808 in KY; died 12 Dec 1879 in Benton County, Arkansas.; married (3) Lydia Epperson 1832 in Marion County Indiana; married (4) Mary Epperson 04 May 1835.

v. Millicent Coonfield, born 1811; married Charles Richards 1837 in Marion IN.

vi. James P Coonfield, born 1806 in Ky; died in 1850 census of Morgan, Green IND near Isaac; married Elizabeth.

 

210. James Epperson, born 1787 in Brunswick , VA; died 29 Aug 1853 in Morgantown Indiana. He was the son of 420. John Epperson and 421. Elizabeth Bowen. He married 211. Mary Rebecca Tetters 20 Jul 1808 in Garrard County KY.

211. Mary Rebecca Tetters, born 1788 in KY; died 1850 in IN. She was the daughter of 422. John George Teeters and 423. Mary Van Cleave.

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Children of James Epperson and Mary Tetters are:

i. Nancy Epperson, married Robert Valentine Hoback.

ii. Samuel Epperson

iii. Lucy Epperson

iv. William Epperson

v. James Madison Epperson

vi. Benjamin C Epperson

vii. George P Epperson

viii. Richard A Epperson, married Mary Coonfield 1848 in Morgan County IND; born 1835.

ix. Peter Epperson, born 1810.

x. Paris Epperson, born 1812.

xi. Elizabeth ? Epperson, born 1813; married James Peter Coonfield 16 Feb 1829; born 03 Mar 1808 in KY; died 03 Jul 1866 in Brown Co., Indiana.

More About James Peter Coonfield:

Date born 2: 1806, Marion Co IN

Burial: Bear Creek Cemetery

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xii. Mary Epperson, born 01 Sep 1813 in KY; died 13 Jan 1872 in Vaughn, Benton County, Arkansas; married Isaac Benjamin Jr Coonfield 04 May 1835; born 11 May 1808 in KY; died 12 Dec 1879 in Benton County, Arkansas.

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105 xiii. Lydia Epperson, born 16 Jul 1815; married Isaac Benjamin Jr Coonfield 1832 in Marion County Indiana.

xiv. Mary Jane Epperson, born 1832 in in; married Joshua Whitaker 1851 in Morgan County IND.

 

212. Mr Young He married 213. unknown Indian.

213. unknown Indian

Child of Mr Young and unknown Indian is:

106 i. James Young, born Abt. 1800 in KY or PA; married Minerva Evans 21 Feb 1828 in Harrison County Indiana.

 

216. Jonas Little, born Abt. 1771 in near the Yadkin River, Newberry, Union District, SC; died 12 Apr 1844 in Daviess, Ohio County, KY. He was the son of 432. Captain George Little. He married 217. Betsy Douglass 1800 in SC.

217. Betsy Douglass, born 1782 in PA; died in Daviess KY. She was the daughter of 434. Alexander Douglass and 435. Mary Molly Handley.

More About Jonas Little:

Burial: Old Brushy Fork Graveyard on Daviess-McLean County line, KY.

Record Change: 06 Oct 2003

Notes for Betsy Douglass:

Notes for BETSY DOUGLASS:

CENSUS YR: 1850 TERRITORY: KY COUNTY: Daviess REEL NO: M432-198 PAGE NO: 459a

REFERENCE: Enumerated on the ? day of Sept. 1850 by M. M. Lea

14 557 564 Roberts James 36 M Farmer 1,575 KY

15 557 564 Roberts Betsy 33 F KY

16 557 564 Roberts Martha E. 12 F KY X

17 557 564 Roberts Mary A. 11 F KY X

18 557 564 Roberts Sarah 7 F KY X

19 557 564 Roberts Letitia 5 F KY X

20 557 564 Roberts Ellen 3 F KY

21 557 564 Little Elizabeth 68 F SC

More About Betsy Douglass:

Record Change: 06 Oct 2003

Children of Jonas Little and Betsy Douglass are:

i. Martha Little, born 1800 in SC; married (1) Benjamin Humphrey 1824 in Davies County KY; married (2) Wilson Waltrip 1847.

ii. Mary Polly Little, born 1801; died 04 Nov 1842; married John T Moseley 20 Oct 1829 in Daviees County Kentucky.

iii. Sally Little, born 1803.

iv. James Thomas Little, born 1812; married (1) Sarah Agnes Morgan 1834; married (2) Margaret Miller 1855.

v. Elizabeth Bethany Little, born 1817; died 1850; married James Roberts; born 1814.

vi. William Little, born 1819; married Jane Travis; died 1869 in Lamar County TX.

108 vii. Doctor Hiram Lucius Little, born 08 Feb 1821 in Daviess, Ohio County, KY; died 16 Jul 1876 in Meridian Cemetery, Bosque County, Texas; married (1) Nancy Catherine Wright 05 Dec 1841 in Daviess, KY; married (2) Rebecca Isabella Adams Abt. 1859 in Texas.

 

218. John C Wright, born Abt. 1797 in Virginia; died Abt. 1855 in McLean County, Kentucky. He was the son of 436. Thomas Wright and 437. Esther. He married 219. "Kitty" Catherine Georgia Weatherford 05 Jan 1811 in Charlotte, Virginia with Benoni Smith as surety to the marriage.

219. "Kitty" Catherine Georgia Weatherford, born 1797 in Charlotte, VA; died Aft. 1860 in McLean County, KY. She was the daughter of 438. Charles Weatherford.

More About John C Wright:

Burial: 1850 census shows him as John G Wright

More About "Kitty" Catherine Georgia Weatherford:

Burial: 1860 census shows her living with Martha and Douglas Little

Children of John Wright and "Kitty" Weatherford are:

i. John or Thomas? Wright

ii. Martha Ann B Wright, born 1815 in NATIVE OF Charlotte County VA; died 1901; married Douglas Little 1837; born 20 Feb 1809 in McLean, KY formed in 1854 from Daviess; died 20 Apr 1877 in Daviess, KY.

Notes for Douglas Little:

1870 census

Record Alonzo W Little Calhoun, McLean, KY abt 1847 Kentucky White Male

View Record Douglas Little Calhoun, McLean, KY abt 1810 Kentucky White Male

View Record George B Little Calhoun, McLean, KY abt 1859 Kentucky Mulatto Male servant

View Record Lattie E Little Calhoun, McLean, KY abt 1852 Kentucky White Female

Record Lycurgus L Little Calhoun, McLean, KY abt 1840 Kentucky White Male

View Record Martha A Little Calhoun, McLean, KY abt 1811 Virginia White Female

 

More About Douglas Little:

Record Change: 07 Oct 2003

iii. Mary Elizabeth Wright, born 02 Apr 1815; died 31 May 1858; married Andrew Waltrip 1838; born 1813 in Cleopatra, Daviess KY, his children lived with her sister Martha and why?; died 1865.

109 iv. Nancy Catherine Wright, born 14 Jun 1822 in KY; died 29 Jul 1853 in Kentucky; married Doctor Hiram Lucius Little 05 Dec 1841 in Daviess, KY.

v. Wm George Wright, born 22 Aug 1826 in England; married Mary Ann Allen Abt. 1850; born Jun 1826 in Virginia.

 

220. Owen Crigler, born Abt. 1800 in Bardstown KY; died 27 Oct 1854. He was the son of 440. Abraham Crigler and 441. Lydia Carpenter. He married 221. Mary Margaret Polly Duvall.

221. Mary Margaret Polly Duvall, born 1801. She was the daughter of 442. Duvall and 443. wife.

Notes for Mary Margaret Polly Duvall:

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Mary CRIGLER Self W Female W 79 KY Keeping House VA KY

 

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Census Place Shepherdsville, Bullitt, Kentucky

living near Lewis

plus near this Duval

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

W. C. DUVAL Self M Male W 68 KY Farmer KY KY

Mary DUVAL Wife M Female W 67 KY Keeping House KY KY

Jno. L. DUVAL Son M Male W 30 KY Farmer KY KY

Mattie DUVAL DauL M Female W 19 KY KY KY

Elsworth DUVAL Other S Male W 2M KY KY KY

 

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Census Place Shepherdsville, Bullitt, Kentucky

Family History Library Film 1254405

NA Film Number T9-0405

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HH 929

John L. DUVALL 83m laborer PA

Mahala 65f

Susan 18f

John 16m laborer

Dennis 12m

Lucy 8f

 

HH 930

James CRIGLER 45m farmer 2600

Elizabeth 28f

Charles 12m

Lewis 12m

Mary 10f

James H 9m

Children of Owen Crigler and Mary Duvall are:

i. Mary Jane Crigler, born in Bullitt Co, KY; married John Michael Carpenter 1844; born Abt. 1829 in Bullitt Co KY.

Notes for Mary Jane Crigler:

CHER P Carpenter Emma F 6229

CHOC P Carpenter John M MCR1412

CHOC P Carpenter Sarah A F MCR6946

CHER P Carpenter Sam'L W M 6229

CHER R Carpenter Samuel W 38 1862 M IW R467 WEBBERS FALLS

Notes for John Michael Carpenter:

HH 710

Michael CARPENTER 62m farmer 400 VA

John 30m

Mary I 24f

Elizabeth 5f

Sarah A. 4f

nancy 2f

110 ii. Abraham Crigler, born 01 Nov 1826 in Ky; died 17 Apr 1910 in Vaughn, Benton County, Ark; married Mary Catherine Roby 1848 in Bullitt KY.

iii. John Lewis Crigler, born 1840 in Bullitt, KY; married Elizabeth Henderson; born 1845 in KY.

Notes for John Lewis Crigler:

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Lewis CRIGLER Self M Male W 52 KY Farmer KY KY

Elizabeth CRIGLER Wife M Female W 34 KY Keeping House NC KY

Jos. H. CRIGLER Son S Male W 18 KY KY KY

Lily A. CRIGLER Dau S Female W 16 KY KY KY

Lyda J. CRIGLER Dau S Female W 15 KY KY KY

Willie F. CRIGLER Son S Male W 13 KY KY KY

Louisa CRIGLER Dau S Female W 2 KY KY KY

Jno. L. CRIGLER Son S Male W 1 KY KY KY

 

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Census Place Shepherdsville, Bullitt, Kentucky

Family History Library Film 1254405

NA Film Number T9-0405

Page Number

Notes for Elizabeth Henderson:

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

David HENDERSON Self M Male W 66 VA Farmer KY MD

Amanda HENDERSON Wife M Female W 56 KY Keeping House KY KY

Phill K. HENDERSON Son S Male W 24 KY Farmer VA MD

Maggie HENDERSON Dau S Female W 15 KY VA MD

Edd CARPENTER Other Male W 20 KY Laborer KY KY

 

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Census Place Shepherdsville, Bullitt, Kentucky

 

222. Reason Roby, born 1790 in Bullitt KY; died 1831 in Bullitt KY. He was the son of 444. Lawrence Roby and 445. Catherine. He married 223. Catherine "millie" or Kitty Simmons 13 Jan 1814 in Bullitt KY.

223. Catherine "millie" or Kitty Simmons, born 1794. She was the daughter of 446. Jesse Simmons and 447. Rachel Wells.

Notes for Reason Roby:

In the name of God Amen I Reason ROBY of the County of Bullitt and state of Kentucky being sick and weak in body but of sound mind and disposing memory and feeling desirous of disposing of my earthyl estate such as it hath pleased God to bless me with do constitute this my last will and Testament Towit:

First I will and bequeath that all my (just debts?) (the film is damaged here) be paid including my funeral expenses. Secondly I will and bequeath to my beloved wife Katherine ROBY my land that I now live on 210 acres during her life and widowhood, also my Negro woman Mariah, James Henry a boy and Isabella a girl with their increase I will to my wife during her life time. After my death my wife is at the liberty to sell or swap the Negro woman Mariah if she does not behave well to her Mistress and that my son Willis ROBY and my Son in law Samuel WELLS is to sell or Swap said negro woman Mariah for my wife Katherine ROBY after she pays all my just debts all the rest of my property both real and personal including house hold and kitchen furniture, farming utensils and stock of every description, hogs, horses, sheep & with all the small grain that may be on hand at my death. After the death or marriage of my wife the property I will to her is to be equally divided between my nine children Towit: Julia RIDGEWAY, Harriet WELLS, Willis ROBY, George W. ROBY, William ROBY, Katherine ROBY, Henry O. ROBY, Montraville ROBY and Charles W. ROBY. Lastly I will and bequeath to my daughter Julia RIDGEWAY the property I have already given her. Also I will the property I have given my daughter Harriet WELLS unto my son Willis ROBY and George W. ROBY and my daughter Catherine ROBY to them my wife Katherine ROBY is to give as much property and money to my six youngest children to make them equal in amount to what I have given my three oldest children out of the property willed to her or its proceeds. In Testamony whereof I subscribe my hand and do Seal this 8th day of May 1844. (signed) Reason (X) ROBY Test: S. C. BUKY & William W. SIMMONS I appoint Samuel WELLS and Willis ROBY my executors of this my last will and Testament . Reason (X) ROBY Recorded 19 Aug 1844 Bullitt Co. KY Court.

Notes for Catherine "millie" or Kitty Simmons:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

W. P. SIMMONS Self M Male W 51 KY Farmer KY KY

Fronie SIMMONS Wife M Female W 42 KY Keeping House KY KY

Sallie SIMMONS Dau S Female W 19 KY KY KY

Jennie SIMMONS Dau S Female W 17 KY KY KY

Sam GRINNELL Other S Male W 22 KY Farm Hand KY KY

 

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Census Place Shepherdsville, Bullitt, Kentucky

Family History Library Film 1254405

NA Film Number T9-0405

near the Crigler families

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Sara TYLER Self M Female B 25 KY Laborer KY KY

Alex TYLER Son S Male B 1 KY KY KY

Llewellyn WALKER Other M Female B 17 KY Laborer KY KY

Mary SIMMONS Niece S Female MU 10 KY KY KY

Ida SIMMONS Niece S Female MU 7 KY KY KY

Amanda BRURIER Niece S Female B 10 KY KY KY

Clarance WOODFORD Nephew S Male MU 5 KY KY KY

Linn SUMMERS Other S Female B 11 KY KY KY

 

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Census Place Shepherdsville, Bullitt, Kentucky

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Harriett SIMMONS Self W Female B 40 KY Laborer VA KY

 

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Census Place Shepherdsville, Bullitt, Kentucky

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Neil SIMMONS Self M Male B 29 KY Laborer KY KY

Ann SIMMONS Wife M Female MU 30 KY Keeping House KY KY

 

 

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Delia SIMMONS Self W Female B 46 KY Cook KY KY

Vina SIMMONS Dau S Female B 22 KY KY KY

Jas. SIMMONS Son S Male MU 16 KY KY KY

Maggie SIMMONS Dau S Female B 11 KY KY KY

Susan SIMMONS Dau S Female MU 3 KY Ky KY KY

HH 727

Elisha SIMMONS 66m farmer MD

Rhody 50f

Lewis 21m laborer

Andrew I 17m laborer

William 16m laborer

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HH 792

Abraham CRIGLER 24 m farmer 1000

Catherine 23f

William ROBY 25m farmer

NOTES: ABRAHAM CRIGLER He married KATHERINE ROBY 14 Sep 1848 in Bullitt Co., KY, daughter of REASON

ROBY and KATHERINE SIMMONS. She was born Abt. 1827 in Kentucky.

HH 793

Willis ROBY 32 m farmer 600

Liticia 22f

Nancy J. 5f

NOTES: WILLIS ROBY, son of REASON ROBY and KATHERINE SIMMONS, was born Abt. 1818 in Kentucky, and died

Bef. 1860. He married LETTITIA ANN DEACON 16 Mar 1843 in Bullitt Co., KY, daughter of JAMES DEACON and

REBECCA MONTGOMERY. She was born Bet. 1820 - 1828 in Kentucky.

Children of Reason Roby and Catherine Simmons are:

i. Julia Roby, married Samuel W Ridgway; born 1814 in KY.

ii. Willis Roby, married Letitia Ann Deacon.

Notes for Willis Roby:

She married WILLIS

ROBY 16 Mar 1843 in Bullitt Co., KY, son of REASON ROBY and KATHERINE SIMMONS. He was born Abt. 1818

in Kentucky, and died Bef. 1860.

 

HH 699

James DEACON 69m farmer 2500 VA

Rebecca 65f

NOTES: JAMES A. DEACON was born Abt. 1781 in Virginia, and died 20 Apr 1859 in Cedar Creek, Bullitt

Co., KY. He married REBECCA MONTGOMERY 06 Apr 1809 in Nelson Co., KY, daughter of THOMAS MONTGOMERY

and NANCY ?. She was born Bet. 1785 - 1789 in Nelson Co., KY, and died 21 May 1859 in Cedar Creek,

Bullitt Co., KY. CHILDREN: NANCY ELLEN DEACON, b. 16 Dec 1816, Bullitt Co., KY; d. 26 Dec 1880,

Bullitt Co., KY, married WILLIAM ANDERSON ROUSE 07 Jan 1836 in Bullitt Co., KY, son of MOSES ROUSE and

SARAH SIMMONS. He was born 11 Oct 1814 in Bullitt Co., KY, and died 19 Jan 1892 in Nelson Co., KY.

ii. MARY JANE DEACON. She married ALFRED J. ROBARDS 21 Apr 1836 in Bullitt Co., KY. iii. HARRIET

DEACON. iv. WILLIAM DEACON, b. Abt. 1822, Bullitt Co., KY. He married AMERICA ANN WELLER 29 Mar 1843

in Bullitt Co., KY, daughter of PHILIP WELLER and MANDANA GRABLE. She was born Bet. 1824 - 1827 in

Bullitt Co., KY. v. LETTITIA ANN DEACON, b. Bet. 1820 - 1828, Kentucky. She married WILLIS

ROBY 16 Mar 1843 in Bullitt Co., KY, son of REASON ROBY and KATHERINE SIMMONS. He was born Abt. 1818

in Kentucky, and died Bef. 1860.

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HH 792

Abraham CRIGLER 24 m farmer 1000

Catherine 23f

William ROBY 25m farmer

NOTES: ABRAHAM CRIGLER He married KATHERINE ROBY 14 Sep 1848 in Bullitt Co., KY, daughter of REASON

ROBY and KATHERINE SIMMONS. She was born Abt. 1827 in Kentucky.

HH 793

Willis ROBY 32 m farmer 600

Liticia 22f

Nancy J. 5f

NOTES: WILLIS ROBY, son of REASON ROBY and KATHERINE SIMMONS, was born Abt. 1818 in Kentucky, and died

Bef. 1860. He married LETTITIA ANN DEACON 16 Mar 1843 in Bullitt Co., KY, daughter of JAMES DEACON and

REBECCA MONTGOMERY. She was born Bet. 1820 - 1828 in Kentucky.

iii. Harriet Roby, married Samuel Wells.

iv. George Roby

v. Wm Roby

vi. Henry Roby

vii. Charles Roby

viii. Susan Roby, born 1814 in Bullitt Co KY; died 20 Jun 1856 in Bullitt Co KY.

111 ix. Mary Catherine Roby, born 24 Apr 1824 in KY.; died 31 Oct 1903 in KY; married Abraham Crigler 1848 in Bullitt KY.

x. Montraville Roby, born 1825; married Malinda Clark.

 

224. Travis Fenn, born Abt. 1750; died 1810 in Laurens Co GA. He was the son of 448. Zacharia Fenn and 449. Alecy McCoy. He married 225. Mary.

225. Mary, born Abt. 1750.

Notes for Mary:

Per Laurens Co Ga Legal Records 1807-1832 compiled by Allen Thomas, pg 241, Mary Fenn and William Hawthorne were granted letters of administration on the estate of Travis Fenn on 05-00-1810. On same page, 12-25-1811, Joseph Chairs was groom and Mary Fenn was bride. On page 242, 01-01-1817, William Hawthorn and Mary Chaires are listed as administrators of the Travis Fenn estate. Thus, one may deduct from those entries, that the Mary Fenn who married Chaires was the widow of Travis Fenn. Since in 1821, page 241, Zacheus Fenn was appointed guardian of Mary Ann Patience Fenn, orphan of Travis (& Mary), that Mary was still a minor in 1821 and not likely the one who married Hargrove two years before that in 1819

Children of Travis Fenn and Mary are:

i. Sarah Fenn

ii. Travis Fenn

112 iii. Elijah Fenn, born 17 Jul 1788; died 06 Jan 1844 in Early, Miller County GA; married Martha Rich 1807 in Burke County Georgia.

iv. Zacheus Fenn, born 20 Aug 1792; died in Alabama; married Susan; born 24 Nov 1794; died in Tuskegee, Alabama.

More About Susan:

Burial: Tuskegee Cemetery

v. Susannah Fenn, born 24 Nov 1794.

vi. Matthew Otto Fenn, born 1797 in Stewart County, Georgia; died 08 Sep 1885 in Clayton, barbour County, Alabama; married (1) Matilda Williams; born 1807 in GA; died 1852; married (2) Martha Cordelia Weston 11 Jan 1852; born 1834 in SC.

More About Matthew Otto Fenn:

Date born 2: 1797

vii. Mary Ann Patience, born 1800 in Montgomery County GA; died 1876 in Alabama; married Harmon B Hargrove 1819; born 1797 in Montgomery County GA; died 1867.

viii. Elizabeth Fenn, born 08 Jan 1803.

 

226. Stephen Rich, born Abt. 1755 in maybe Virginia near the Fann family. He married 227. Abiah.

227. Abiah, died in she may be the native american in this line..

Notes for Stephen Rich:

Jesse Rich, born 13 Sep 1782, Goochland Co., VA, died 22 May in Clay Co., TN; married Elizabeth Savage, 15 Jun 1783 in NC died 1866 in TN; they had 14 children. On the Eastern Cherokee Application #16068 of George Washington Skipworth, son of James Bonaparte Skipworth and Mary Polly Rich, it asks in item #7 "By what right do you claim to share? If your claim through more than one relative living in 1851, set forth each claim separately." George's answer reads, "Through my mother who was living then. Her name was Polly Rich daughter of Jesse Rich who was a son of ____Rich who was a full blood Cherokee indian woman given name of last was not known to me."

Children of Stephen Rich and Abiah are:

i. William Rich, married Sarah Barron.

ii. George Washington Rich

iii. Martin Rich

iv. Edward Rich

v. John Rich

vi. Daniel Elliot Rich

113 vii. Martha Rich, born 03 Sep 1795; died 10 May 1859 in Miller County GA; married Elijah Fenn 1807 in Burke County Georgia.

 

228. John Jacob Harrell He married 229. Mary Polly Whiddon.

229. Mary Polly Whiddon

Child of John Harrell and Mary Whiddon is:

114 i. Dempy Harrell, born Abt. 1807 in Decatur County GA to Early GA, born North Carolina; married Jane Donalson 20 Nov 1828.

 

230. John Donalson, born 1773 in Burke County GA. He was the son of 460. John Donaldson. He married 231. Agnes Gamble Peel.

231. Agnes Gamble Peel, born 23 Jan 1773 in an Irish, Burke County GA; died 04 Jul 1836 in Donalson Family Cemetery, Fowlstown, Decatur Co., GA. She was the daughter of 462. Richard Peel and 463. Mary Gamble.

Child of John Donalson and Agnes Peel is:

115 i. Jane Donalson, born 1793; died 1861; married Dempy Harrell 20 Nov 1828.

 

232. Michael Stone, born in Maryland; died in on 1840 TN census, 1850 Macon AL census and on Montgomery land records. He was the son of 464. Thomas Stone. He married 233. Polly Wells 21 Jun 1810 in Putnam Georgia.

233. Polly Wells, born in Georgia.

Children of Michael Stone and Polly Wells are:

i. William T Stone, born 1813 in Ga; died in 1870 census shows him in New Site, Tallapoosa, Alabama with Mary; married Sarah; born 1823 in gA; died in No children in 1870.

Notes for William T Stone:

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Wm. H. STONE Self M Male W 67 GA Farmer MD NC

Sarah E. STONE Wife M Female W 59 GA Keeping House GA GA

 

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ii. John M Stone, born 1835.

116 iii. Benjamin Wilburne Stone, born 1820 in Georgia; died in Macon Co Alabama on 1850 census; married Sarah Ann Davies Abt. 1839.

iv. James M Stone, born 1831 in GA; died in on 1880 census in Midway Village, Bullock County, AL; married Elizabeth M.

v. Mary Stone, born 1825; married George W Stewart.

 

236. Hendrick

Children of Hendrick are:

118 i. C C Hendrick, born 1810 in south Carolina; married Mary Ann Winters 13 Jan 1840 in Newton Georgia.

ii. John Hendrick, married Frances M Winters.

 

238. albert winters, born in ga; died in 1830 census shows them in Franklin GA. He married 239. amelia lyle 26 Mar 1816 in Jackson County GA.

239. amelia lyle She was the daughter of 478. Dilmus R Lyle.

Children of albert winters and amelia lyle are:

119 i. Mary Ann Winters, born 1825 in gA; died in They are living with Jeremiah Frazer in 1850 Pike AL; married C C Hendrick 13 Jan 1840 in Newton Georgia.

ii. Sarah Winters

iii. Frances M Winters, married John Hendrick.

 

240. Josah McClain, born Dec 1788 in Spartanburg County, SC; died 21 Jul 1883 in Mars Hill Cemetery, Cobb Co GA. He was the son of 480. Charles McClain and 481. Elizabeth MOON. He married 241. Nancy Ann Wood 1808 in Spartanburg SC.

241. Nancy Ann Wood, born 26 Aug 1790; died 25 Nov 1867 in Mars Hill Cemetery, Cobb Co GA. She was the daughter of 482. Wm Wood and 483. Martha Glenn.

More About Josah McClain:

Burial: Not spelled Josiah on his headstone!

Children of Josah McClain and Nancy Wood are:

i. Cassandra McClain, married Trout.

120 ii. James Walker McClain, born 08 Nov 1810 in SC; died 10 May 1889 in Indian Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Stone Mt, GA; married (1) Anna; married (2) Amanda Caroline Austin Abt. 1856 in GA.

iii. Silas McClain, born 1813 in SC.

iv. T. T. McClain, born 1816 in Spartanburg SC; married Rebecca?; born in GA.

v. Charles Pinkney McClain, born 26 Oct 1818 in Spartanburg, SC; died 30 Apr 1897 in Mars Hill , Cobb, GA; married Jane Oliver 1837; born 20 Aug 1820 in SC.

Notes for Charles Pinkney McClain:

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Pinkney MC LAIN Self M Male W 62 SC Farmer SC SC

Jane MC LAIN Wife M Female W 59 SC Keeping House SC SC

Charlie MC LAIN Son Male W 16 GA At Home SC SC

 

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Census Place District 27, Aeworth, Cobb, Georgia

vi. Emoline Malissa McClain, born 1822; married Trout.

vii. P. E. McClain, born 1830 in Acworth Cobb GA; died May 1898 in Cobb County, GA.

Notes for P. E. McClain:

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Pinkney MC LAIN Self M Male W 62 SC Farmer SC SC

Jane MC LAIN Wife M Female W 59 SC Keeping House SC SC

Charlie MC LAIN Son Male W 16 GA At Home SC SC

 

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Census Place District 27, Aeworth, Cobb, Georgia

viii. William Greenbury McClain, born 1831 in GA; died 1865; married Pamela Emaline Doggin; died 1898.

ix. Malinda J McClain, born 26 Aug 1832 in GA; died 09 May 1924; married David S McClesky Abt. 1851 in GA; born 1829 in GA.

 

244. Abner Broadway, born Abt. 1800; died Bef. 1870. He was the son of 488. William Pool Broadway and 489. Mary Polly James. He married 245. Nancy 1823 in Edgefield, South Carolina.

245. Nancy, born 1805 in Virginia; died Aft. 1870 in Boone Twnship, Davidson, North Carolina.

Notes for Abner Broadway:

1860 STATE: Alabama COUNTY: Montgomery DIVISION: Ramah REEL NO: M653-19 PAGE NO: 75

REFERENCE: Enumerated by C. C. Wilkins on 24 Sept. 1860, 2nd District

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LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. REAL VAL. PERS VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB

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1 583 539 Timmons Judiah 5 F AL

2 583 539 Timmons Mary 2 F AL

3 584 540 Broadway A. 28 M X Farmer 300 AL

4 584 540 Broadway Susan 28 F AL

5 584 540 Broadway Elizebeth 7 F AL

6 584 540 Broadway Caroline 5 F AAL

7 584 540 Broadway Mary B. 3 F AL

8 584 540 Broadway Laura M. 1 F AL

9 585 541 Shaver H. S. 40 M X Overseer

Marriage Notes for Abner Broadway and Nancy:

1830 census of Sumter SC

1840 census of Montgomery AL

Children of Abner Broadway and Nancy are:

i. George Wesley Broadway

ii. Martha Elizabeth Broadway, born 31 Oct 1822; married John William Timmons 06 Apr 1843 in Montgomery Alabama.

iii. Wade Hampton Broadway, born 1827; married Mary Francis Hicks 1848 in Montgomery Alabama.

122 iv. Abner Abros Broadway, born 1832 in Alabama; died in Montgomery Alabama; married (1) Mary Susan Stephens 11 Aug 1851 in Montgomery Alabama; married (2) Harriet 1897.

v. Mary Broadway, born 1835.

vi. Abiah Broadway, born 1831.

vii. William A Broadway, born 1848.

viii. Benjamin Broadway, born 1847.

 

246. Benjamin Stephens, born 1805 in South Carolina. He married 247. Caroline.

247. Caroline, born 1805 in South Carolina.

Children of Benjamin Stephens and Caroline are:

123 i. Mary Susan Stephens, born 1832 in Alabama; married Abner Abros Broadway 11 Aug 1851 in Montgomery Alabama.

ii. Harriet E Stephens

iii. Charles W Stephens

iv. Andrew Stephens

v. Sarah A Stephens

vi. Wm Stephens

vii. Noah Stephens

viii. John Stephens

 

248. William Henry Bozeman, born Abt. 1802 in his brother Jesse was administrator of the estate and listed the children below as heirs.; died 1848 in family says he is buried in the woods near Hills Chapel in Ramer but could it be his son Peter's grave...... He was the son of 496. Peter Edward Bozeman and 497. Sarah Meade. He married 249. Martha H Abt. 1825.

249. Martha H, born Abt. 1807 in Thomas Randolph Carter mentioned on the estate documents and married Jesse's daughter Lacy.; died Aft. 1850.

More About William Henry Bozeman:

Burial: On 1840 census

Record Change: 04 Oct 2003

Children of William Bozeman and Martha H are:

i. Martha M Bozeman, married Norman H Campbell 1865 in Montgomery AL.

ii. Meedy G Bozeman, born 1826 in South Carolina; died in on 1860 Montgomery AL census record and in Birmingham 1880; married Rebecca 1855; born in South Carolina.

Notes for Meedy G Bozeman:

Meedy G. BOZEMAN Self M Male W 55 SC Carpenter SC SC

Rebeca BOZEMAN Wife M Female W 50 SC Keeps House SC SC

Jessee BOZEMAN Son S Male W 18 AL Apr. Carpenter SC SC

Martha L. BOZEMAN Dau S Female W 19 AL At Home SC SC

Sarah R. BOZEMAN Dau S Female W 15 AL At School SC SC

John T. BOZEMAN Son S Male W 12 AL At School SC SC

Nancy BOZEMAN Dau S Female W 8 AL At Home SC SC

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Source Information: 1880

Census Place Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama

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http://www.rootsweb.com/~cenfiles/al/montgomery/1860/pg00023.txt 6 215 191 Bosman M. D. 34 M X Merchant 400 SC

7 215 191 Bosman Rebecca 29 F SC

8 215 191 Bosman Philip 12 M SC

9 215 191 Bosman Susan 9 F AL

10 215 191 Bosman Henry 5 M AL

11 215 191 Bosman M*dy 2 F

iii. John Thomas Bozeman, born 1830; married Nancy Kizar Hill; born 1835 in they were in Montgomery 1860 census living with John and Mary Stacy.

124 iv. Peter Edward Bozeman, born 1834 in Alabama; died 08 Apr 1896 in Dublin AL; married (1) Nancy Jane Anderson 1859 in Ramer Alabama; married (2) Margaret Matilda Clark 1887.

250. Seaborne Anderson, born 24 Dec 1824 in Lowndes County AL. He was the son of 500. Elijah Cumbie Anderson and 501. Elizabeth Argin?. He married 251. Lavinia Jane Sellers.

251. Lavinia Jane Sellers, born 24 Sep 1827 in Indian Nation, Griffin GA; died in 1880 census shows her living with daughter Corintha next door to Nancy but the census spelled her name wrong. She was the daughter of 502. William Calvin Jr Sellers and 503. Levinia Anderson.

Notes for Seaborne Anderson:

http://www.rootsweb.com/~cenfiles/al/montgomery/1850/district/pgd1-73.txt

More About Seaborne Anderson:

Record Change: 05 Oct 2003

More About Lavinia Jane Sellers:

Burial: Dublin possibly

Record Change: 02 Oct 2003

Children of Seaborne Anderson and Lavinia Sellers are:

125 i. Nancy Jane Anderson, born 11 Dec 1843 in Alabama; died 22 Jul 1910 in Montgomery, Alabama; married Peter Edward Bozeman 1859 in Ramer Alabama.

ii. James Moseley? Anderson, born 1849; married Susan Bean.

More About James Moseley? Anderson:

Record Change: 02 Oct 2003

iii. Corintha Argin Anderson, born 08 May 1857 in Greenville, Butler Co, AL; died 13 Jul 1918 in Pike Co AL; married Leander Jackson Barfoot 16 Jul 1871 in Montgomery County AL; born 05 Nov 1850; died 1932.

More About Corintha Argin Anderson:

Record Change: 02 Oct 2003

 

252. Elisha C Stephens, born 1819 in SC, 1/4 Cherokee Indian; died Bef. 1880 in as a Confederate War Soldier. He was the son of 504. John Stephens and 505. Jane Tillman. He married 253. Nancy 29 Nov 1844 in Montgomery AL.

253. Nancy, born 1814 in SC.

More About Elisha C Stephens:

Education: violin player

Notes for Nancy:

Robinsons Cross Roads, Montgomery, Alabama

Family History Library Film 1254027

 

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Nancy STEPHENS Self W Female W 70 SC SC SC

Merry STEPHENS Dau Female W 35 AL Laborer In Farm AL SC

Fanny STEPHENS Dau Female W 26 AL Laborer In Farm AL SC

Children of Elisha Stephens and Nancy are:

126 i. Joseph C Stephens, born Abt. 1845 in AL 1/8 Cherokee Indian; died in Dublin Ala Census 1880; married Sara E J Mills 15 Sep 1867 in Montgomery County AL.

ii. Wm H Stephens, born 1845 in AL; died in Civil War death in Atlanta GA.

iii. James M Stephens, born 1849 in AL.

iv. Julia Ann Stephens, born 1849 in AL; died 25 May 1913 in Lebanon AL; married John Arrighi; born 1839 in Italy.

v. Stanley Stanton Stephens, born 01 Nov 1850 in Ramer Alabama; died 21 Jun 1919; married Eugenia Dickey 1873; born 1857 in Alabama; died 19 Feb 1943 in Ramer Alabama.

vi. Fannie Stephens, born 1853.

vii. Merriet Stephens, born 1855.

viii. Permilia Stephens, born 1858; married George Simmons.

 

Generation No. 9

264. Thomas Smith, born 07 Aug 1745 in Goochland County Virginia; died 1814 in Bedford County VA. He was the son of 528. Major COL John Smith and 529. Susanna Ranson. He married 265. Elizabeth Haynes 1788 in Bedford County Virginia.

265. Elizabeth Haynes, born 1769.

Children of Thomas Smith and Elizabeth Haynes are:

i. John H Smith

ii. Susanna Smith, married Thomas Leftwich 1822 in Bedford County Virginia.

iii. Frances Smith

iv. Thomas J Smith, born 1790; married Elizabeth D.

v. Charlotte Smith

vi. Wm Smith

vii. Elizabeth Smith

viii. Mary Polly Smith

132 ix. Henry Smith, born 1791 in VA; died 03 Sep 1843 in 1830 census of Maury TN shows Henry and 3 brothers living nearby on same page, he was buried at hunters cemetery, mt pleasant tennessee; married Siniah Evans 1819 in maury County Tennessee.

x. Stephen Smith

 

268. Sweeting Svealing Bond, born 1750 in Dublin Ireland. He was the son of 536. Vinyard Bond. He married 269. Ann Larkins.

269. Ann Larkins

Child of Sweeting Bond and Ann Larkins is:

134 i. John Baptist Bond, born 1792 in orange County NC; died 30 Sep 1845; married Catherine Kitty Stone 23 Dec 1819 in Gallatin, Sumner TN and the 1820 census shows them with one son and only a Thomas Stone is in this town..

 

270. Esubius Stone He was the son of 540. Stephen Stone and 541. Kezziah. He married 271. Mary Duke.

271. Mary Duke, born 1761.

Child of Esubius Stone and Mary Duke is:

135 i. Catherine Kitty Stone, born 09 Nov 1797 in Province NC; died 11 Sep 1845 in 1820 census shows a Uriah Stone and family; married John Baptist Bond 23 Dec 1819 in Gallatin, Sumner TN and the 1820 census shows them with one son and only a Thomas Stone is in this town..

 

272. James ? Owen Ballard, born 1760 in Va; died Aft. 1840 in Marshall Co TN. He married 273. Mary Brinkle 06 Sep 1783 in Warrenton Warren County NC.

273. Mary Brinkle, born 1765; died in Marshall Co TN. She was the daughter of 546. William Brintle and 547. Agnes Hastings.

Children of James Ballard and Mary Brinkle are:

i. Mary Ballard

ii. Sally Ballard

iii. Thomas Ballard, married Mary Polly Garner.

iv. Nancy Ballard, married John Reed.

v. Larkin Ballard, born 1780 in found in 1860 PoorHouse, Caswell North Carolina.

vi. John Ballard, born 1787 in NC; married Ann; born 1794 in SC.

vii. Baxter Ballard, born Abt. 1790; married Rhoda Chloe.

viii. Larkin Ballard, born 1790 in 1850 census shows him living with sister Frances.

136 ix. James Milton Ballard, born 1797 in NC; died in found on 1850 census near James Baxter and his daughter Rowena; married Kissiah Dickens Abt. 1820.

x. Nathan Ballard, born 1795.

xi. Frances Ballard, born 1805 in NC; married Luke McDowell; born 1803 in NC.

 

274. Thomas or Frances Dickens

Child of Thomas or Frances Dickens is:

137 i. Kissiah Dickens, born 1797 in NC; married James Milton Ballard Abt. 1820.

 

280. John Craig, born Abt. 1790. He was the son of 560. James Craig. He married 281. Martha.

281. Martha

Children of John Craig and Martha are:

i. Johnson Craig

140 ii. David C Craig, born 1815 in TN; died in all at home in 1850 census + 1880 census Lawrence Tennessee with children next door; married Catherine Katie Conley 05 Jan 1832 in Lawrence TN.

iii. James Craig, born 1823; married Margaret.

iv. J W ? Craig, born 1827 in 1880 census shows him near David C Craig; married E H.

 

282. Conelly, born in Ireland. He married 283. wife.

283. wife, born in North Carolina.

Children of Conelly and wife are:

i. Archibald Conley, born 1808 in NC; died in lives next to Katie Craig on 1880 census; married Nancy.

141 ii. Catherine Katie Conley, born 1812 in nC; married David C Craig 05 Jan 1832 in Lawrence TN.

 

284. Jacob Pennington, born 1755 in berkley South Carolina; died 1801 in Logan KY. He was the son of 568. Isaac Pennington and 569. Mary. He married 285. Kesiah.

285. Kesiah, born 1755 in berkley South Carolina; died in Henryville Cemetery, Lawrence TN.

More About Jacob Pennington:

Burial: Henryville Cemetery, Lawrence TN

Children of Jacob Pennington and Kesiah are:

i. Abraham Pennington

ii. Elizabeth Pennington

iii. David Pennington

iv. Mary Pennington

v. John Pennington

vi. Isaac Pennington

vii. Moses Pennington, born 1779 in Georgia; died 1826.

142 viii. Wm Pennington, born 04 Jun 1805 in TN; died 1888 in MO; married Gracy A, Mrs Mary Pennington.

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288. Peter Cooper or Kieffer, born in possibly German descent, born in PA. He married 289. Margaret Fry.

289. Margaret Fry

Notes for Peter Cooper or Kieffer:

Will of Peter Cooper

Author: Peter Cooper

Publication: York County, Pennsylvania, 15 Feb 1766

Text: Will of Peter Cooper (Kieffer)

15 February 1766

In the name of God Amen. The Fifteenth Day of February in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Sixty six, I Peter Cooper of Shrewsbury Township in County of York and Province of Pensylvania, Gunsmith, Being very sick and weak in Body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be to God therefor calling unto mind the mortality of my Body and Knowing that it is appointed for all Men once to Dye do make and ordain this my last will and Testament. That is to say, Principally and first of all I give and recommend my Sol into the Hands of God that gave it and for my body I recommend it the Earth to be Buried in a Christian like and Decent Manner at the Discretion of my Executors nothing doubting but at the General Resurrection I shall receive the same again by the Mighty Power of God and as touching such Worldly Estate where with hath pleased God to Bless me with in this life I give Devise and Dispose of the Same in the following manner and form: Imprimise it is my will and I do order that in the first place all my Just Debts and funeral charges be paid and Satisfied Item: I alow that my dearly beloved Wife-Margret-shall live with my children and take care of them with the lands and have the whole care of them till my youngest son Petter is of age and at his arival to the age of twentyone years she the said Margarte my wife is to have the third of all my Movable Estate and if she lives single with her children I alow her the following perticulors to be given to her yearly and every year during her single life from her children's arival to the age of twenty one years that is to say first twenty bushells of wheat, ten bushells of corn, three acres of Medow where she pleases to take it and liberty to keep as many horses cows sheep and hogs as the said Medow will produce grass to mentain and she is to take care to cut and make hay her self and her sons is to draw the hay for her when and where she pleases and one hundred Bundles of Straw and the Dung of her own Stock to be hald for her where she pleases and without cost and a gardin and potato patch where she pleases the Patch to be ten rod long and two broad and a quarter of an Acor of flax and a half an Acor of Turnips Both with her sons and she has liberty to chose her flax in the Blosom and Turnips at four weeks age and a house to live in by her self if she sees cause and firewood During her single life; But if my wife Margarete should mary another man she is to quit clame to all but her third of my movable Estate only. She shall live on my land till my youngest child Elizabeth arives to the age of eighteen years and further before she maries the whole Estate of movables is to be Praised by men chosen for that purpose and sold at Public Vandue and the mony put out to interest for the children except my wife's third and they have liberty to clear ten Acors joining my improvement next Tho. Griffiths and five Acors more joining the Big field and Medow groundf down the run to the big white oak but not to wast or Distroy timber on no part of these lans. next I alow my eldest son Adam at his arival to age tohave that part of land which bought from Tho Griffith with the land and Medow ground up the run as far as my land goes from a marked white Oak on the South of my clear ground except the timber hill joining Conrad Fouts also if that is not medow ground sufficent I alow ten Acors of medow ground down the run next the saw Mill. Also I alow to my young son Peter the land I live on at his arival to age Providing always that my two sons Adam and Petter shall at their selling land Praise the Lands together and Pay to my two Daughters Eve and Elizabeth the one half of the whole Pressments to be equally divided between my two daters for which Proviso to be fullfilled. i give and bequeth to my two sons or to their heirs and asigns for ever all the above said land Further I do impower and allow my wife Margaret with George Kinz (Kins) in York Town and County to be my whole and sole Executor of this my last will and testament farther I alow my house and lot in Lancaster to be repaird and sold to the best advantage in witness my hand and seal the day and year above written. Peter Kieffer Signed sealed published pronounced and declared by the said Peter Cooper as his last will and testament in the presence of us the subscribers: James Smith, Phillip Snider, John Eson

Note: Mentioned as son.

Title: Will of George Bell

Author: George Bell

Publication: Fairfield County, South Carolina, 18 Jul 1803

Text: Will of George Bell

In the name of God Amen. I George Bell of Fairfield County State of South Carolna Being in health of body and of perfect mind and memory thanks be given unto God calling unto mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men to die Do make and ordain this my last will and testament that is to say principally and first of all I give and recommend my Soul into the hand of Almighty God that gave it and my body I recommend to the earth to be buried in decent Christian burial at the discretion of my Executors nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God And as touching such worldly estate werewith it has pleased God to bless me in this life I give and dispose of the same in the following manner and form. And first I give and bequeath to my daughter Agnes Floid's child the lower end of my plantation in which I now live to be divided beginning at a hicory on the river bank marked for that purpose running thence to a white oak marked on the old line then taking the old line. If he does not live to the age of twenty one I do give and bequeath to my daughter Mary his part with the upper end on which the house stands with the house and all the household furniture with the plantation tools. also a negro boy and girl named hary and faney with one hundred dollars also two horses and four cows and all my hogs with what she claims of her own property. And further I do give and bequeath to my daughter Jean one negro named Jacob and one hundred dollars. Also I do give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth my plantation lying on the south side of Broad River containing one hundred acres and one hundred dollars. Also I do give and bequeath to my two grandchildren Sarah and Mary Bell two hundred dollars each and further if my daughter Mary should depart this life without a lawful heir I do give and bequeath the plantation and all bequeaths to her to my two granddaughters Sarah and Mary Bell. Further if they should both dy (sic) without lawful ishew (sic), their part shall be equally divided among my daughters if surviving if not to their heirs. Also the remainder of the stock is the be sold and equally divided among my three daughters. Also my negro Bob is to remain on the plantation as long as Mary lives in a state of salebecy (sic) and then to be sold and equally divided among my three daughters. Also I do give to William Feemster twenty two dollars. I do appoint and constitute Samuel Feemster and Adam Cooper and Samuel Johnson executors to act and see the above will executed. In witness whereof before the undernamed witnesses I have hereunto set my hand and seal this thirtieth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and two. David Johnson Berryman hisXmark Night William Feemster George Bell (seal) Proved 8th July 1803, Jno. Buchanan J. C. P., Recorded 18 July1803 in will book #4, pp 804-805, Apt 9, File 30

Note: Mentioned as executor.

Child of Peter Kieffer and Margaret Fry is:

144 i. Adam Cooper, born 1755 in York PA; died 1835 in Fairfield SC 1790 census; married Jane Bell.

 

290. George Bell

Child of George Bell is:

145 i. Jane Bell, married Adam Cooper.

 

304. carter

Children of carter are:

i. Colonel Thomas Carter

152 ii. Captain John Carter, born Abt. 1750 in Virginia; died Abt. 1815 in Rev War & War of 1812, Edgefield South Carolina; married Elizabeth Wise 1790 in Edgefield SC.

 

306. Henry Wise, born 1750; died 1822 in Edgefield County South Carolina. He was the son of 612. Henry Wise. He married 307. Rebecca.

307. Rebecca

Notes for Henry Wise:

Edgefield Death Notices and Cemetery Records by Carlee T. McLendon--

Died, of scarlet fever, at the residence of Basil Lowe, near the Pine House, on October 8, 1840, Sarah T. Wise, daughter of Jarret and Sarah Wise, in the 7th year of her age. She was asked by her grandmother a few days previous to her death, if she was willing to die, she replied she was. (The Edgefield Advertiser--October 15, 1840.) Do not know if she was kin to Basil Lowe or not.

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Abstracts of wills-Edgefield SC--

Rachael WISE s-Mar. 3, 1842 p-Mar 16, 1842

Sister: Elizabeth Carter, Mary Hightower

Bro: John and Jacob Wise

Nephew: Blasingale Wise

Niece: Mary Rountree (wife of Dudley Rountree)

Excr: Bro. John Wise

Wit: D. J. Walker, Allen Milton, Silas Milton

Children of Henry Wise and Rebecca are:

i. Mary Wise, married Benjamin Hightower.

ii. Rachel Wise

iii. Jacob Wise

153 iv. Elizabeth Wise, born Abt. 1763 in Edgefield SC; died in 1840 census lists her as the veteran, widowed; married Captain John Carter 1790 in Edgefield SC.

v. John Wise, born Abt. 1770; married Elizabeth Glover.

 

312. John Hereferd, born 1729 in alexandria, Fairfax County, VA; died 1793 in Leesburg, Loudon Co., VA. He was the son of 624. John Hereferd and 625. Jean Barnes. He married 313. Margaret Ammon 1756.

313. Margaret Ammon, born 1735 in Leesburg, Loudon Co., VA. She was the daughter of 626. Thomas Ammon and 627. Sarah Edrington.

Children of John Hereferd and Margaret Ammon are:

i. Elizabeth Hereferd

ii. Margaret Hereferd

iii. Robert Hereferd, married Mary Mason Bronaugh.

iv. Thomas Ammon Hereferd, married Margaret Short.

v. Ann Hereferd

vi. John Hereferd, born 1758.

156 vii. Wm Herriferd, born 1760; died 1816; married Margaret Staples.

viii. Francis Hereferd, born 1767.

 

314. Staples

Children of Staples are:

157 i. Margaret Staples, born 1770; married Wm Herriferd.

ii. brother Staples

 

398. Sturgeon Thomas, born 07 Aug 1731 in Donegal Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.; died 18 May 1813 in Mifflintown, Mifflin Co., PA. He was the son of 796. Samuel II Sturgeon and 797. Sarah Ferguson. He married 399. Margaret Corbett 16 Aug 1750 in Lancaster Co., PA..

399. Margaret Corbett, born Abt. 1735; died 28 Sep 1818 in Mifflintown, Mifflin Co., PA. She was the daughter of 798. Peter Corbet.

More About Sturgeon Thomas:

Burial: Westminster Pres. Cem., Mifflintown, Mifflin Co., PA

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

More About Margaret Corbett:

Burial: Westminster Pres. Cem., Mifflintown, Mifflin Co., PA

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

Children of Sturgeon Thomas and Margaret Corbett are:

i. John Sturgeon, born in Paxtang Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.; died 18 Mar 1851 in Perry Co., Ohio; married 1800.

More About John Sturgeon:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

ii. William Sturgeon, born 17 Aug 1751 in Paxtang Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.

More About William Sturgeon:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

199 iii. Sarah Sturgeon, born 02 Aug 1753 in Paxtang Twp, Dauphin Co., PA; died Bef. 1813; married (1) Clendenning John; married (2) John Clendenning.

iv. Peter I Sturgeon, born 15 Dec 1756 in Paxtang Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.; died Abt. 1830 in Lancaster, Fairfield Co., OH.

More About Peter I Sturgeon:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

v. Samuel Sturgeon, born 18 Feb 1758 in Paxtang Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.

More About Samuel Sturgeon:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

vi. Jane Sturgeon, born 23 Aug 1760 in Paxtang Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.; died in Canada?; married Hugh Sharon.

More About Jane Sturgeon:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

vii. Jr. Sturgeon Thomas, born 15 Sep 1762 in Paxtang Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.; died 18 May 1849 in Long Run Bap. Cem., Jefferson Co., KY.

More About Jr. Sturgeon Thomas:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

viii. Jacob Sturgeon, born 17 Apr 1768 in Paxtang Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.

More About Jacob Sturgeon:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

ix. Margaret Sturgeon, born 17 Sep 1770 in Paxtang Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.; died Abt. 1836 in Fairfield Co., OH.

More About Margaret Sturgeon:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

x. Simpson Sturgeon, born 18 Jul 1772 in Paxtang Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.; died 30 Mar 1822 in Shelby Co., KY.; married 1795.

More About Simpson Sturgeon:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

xi. Robert Sturgeon, born 29 Jan 1774 in Paxtang Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.; died 1837 in Jefferson Co., KY.

Notes for Robert Sturgeon:

McCoy says that he moved to Kentucky about 1810, but Thomas was born in 1803

in Kentucky -- either Shelby or Jefferson County. Milinda was born in 1801

in Paxtang -- so they may have moved between 1801 and 1803. Do not know where

the other children were born. Also may not have the correct order of all the

childrens' births. The replaced tomestone at Long Run Cemetery that has his

name as Robert I. Sturgeon is in error; he is sometimes referred to as

Robert Ist, but he has no known middle name.

More About Robert Sturgeon:

Burial: Long Run Bap. Cem, . Jefferson Co., KY.

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

xii. Moses Sturgeon, born 11 Mar 1778 in Paxtang Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.; died 06 Apr 1849 in Shelby Co., OH.; married 04 Dec 1800 in Mifflin Co., PA.

More About Moses Sturgeon:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

xiii. Elizabeth Sturgeon, born 31 Jan 1781 in Paxtang Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.; died in died early; married George Crain 1800.

More About Elizabeth Sturgeon:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

 

400. Alexander Miller, born 1720 in Antrim Ireland. He was the son of 800. John Miller and 801. Mary McDonnel. He married 401. Jane Evans.

401. Jane Evans, born 1724 in Glasgow, Scotland. She was the daughter of 802. David Evans and 803. Jane Norton.

Children of Alexander Miller and Jane Evans are:

i. Jane Miller

ii. David Miller

iii. Isaac Miller

200 iv. Reverend Alexander Miller, born 1740 in Ardstraus, Tyrone, Ireland; died Aft. 1821 in Cooks Creek VA; married Sarah Crawford 1782 in Rockingham, VA.

v. John Miller, born 1749.

vi. Brice Miller, born 1757.

vii. Margret Miller, born 1758.

viii. Joseph Miller, born 1762.

 

404. John Emrey Lloyd, born 27 Feb 1747 in Calmes Neck, Fredrick County, VA; died Oct 1785 in Green County /Hancock GA. He was the son of 808. John Lloyd and 809. Prudence Embrey. He married 405. Sarah Stuard Abt. 1768.

405. Sarah Stuard She was the daughter of 810. William Stewart and 811. Rachel.

Notes for John Emrey Lloyd:

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Children of John Lloyd and Sarah Stuard are:

i. Charles Lloyd

ii. William Lloyd

iii. Benjamin Lloyd

iv. Moses Lloyd

v. Miriam Lloyd

vi. Joseph W Lloyd

vii. Elijah Lloyd

viii. James Lloyd

ix. John Lloyd, born 1759; married Elizabeth Ann Gilbert 1792 in Hancock County Georgia.

202 x. Robert Lloyd, born 1764 in VA; died 1844 in OH; married Tabitha Rucker 17 Mar 1794 in Madison Co VA.

xi. Levi Lloyd, born 1779 in Frederick Co VA; married Charlotte Rebecca McGhee; born in GA.

 

406. Thomas Rucker He was the son of 812. Thomas Rucker and 813. Elizabeth Reynolds. He married 407. Elizabeth Tinsley.

407. Elizabeth Tinsley

Child of Thomas Rucker and Elizabeth Tinsley is:

203 i. Tabitha Rucker, born 03 Jan 1768 in VA; died 04 Oct 1851 in Avon, ILL; married Robert Lloyd 17 Mar 1794 in Madison Co VA.

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408. Archelaus Parker, born 05 Aug 1735 in Sutton, Worcester, MA; died 06 Oct 1818 in MA. He was the son of 816. Samuel II Parker and 817. Hannah Wyman. He married 409. Bette Richardson Abt. 1773.

409. Bette Richardson, born 07 Apr 1748 in Attleboro, Bristol, MA.

Children of Archelaus Parker and Bette Richardson are:

i. Lucinda Parker, married Herman Hickok; born 1768 in CT.

ii. Wyman Parker

204 iii. Archelaus Richardson Parker, born 22 Aug 1777 in Sutton, Worcester Co MA; died 13 Sep 1869 in Blaine, Boone Co IL; married Sara Tefft 11 Nov 1798.

 

410. Reverend Edmond Tefft, born 1762 in Albany NY; died 1780 in NY State. He was the son of 820. James Tefft and 821. Martha Sheffield. He married 411. Mary Mercy Sweet.

411. Mary Mercy Sweet, born 1762 in Albany NY-Indian Country; died Abt. 1780. She was the daughter of 822. David Sweet and 823. Mary or Mercy.

Notes for Reverend Edmond Tefft:

E Tefft Not Stated, Oneida, NY 1810

 

Name: Mary SWEET

Sex: F

Birth: 1762 in Albany, NY USA

Death: 1780 in USA

Reference Number: 3339

Marriage 1 Edmond TEFFT b: 1762 in Albany, NY USA

Children

Sara TEFFT b: 22 SEP 1780 in Albany, NY USA

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ID: I2165

Name: Edmond TEFFT

Sex: M

Birth: 1762 in Albany, NY USA

Death: 1780 in New York State USA

Census: 1820 Harpersfield, Ashtabula County Ohio

Reference Number: 2165

Marriage 1 Mary SWEET b: 1762 in Albany, NY USA

Children

Sara TEFFT b: 22 SEP 1780 in Albany, NY USA

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ID: I0168

Name: Sara TEFFT

Sex: F

Birth: 22 SEP 1780 in Albany, NY USA 1

Death: 14 FEB 1827 in Ashtabula Co., OH

Reference Number: 168

Father: Edmond TEFFT b: 1762 in Albany, NY USA

Mother: Mary SWEET b: 1762 in Albany, NY USA

Marriage 1 Archelaus Richardson PARKER b: 22 AUG 1777 in Worcester Co., MA USA

Married: 11 NOV 1798 in oneida,ny

Children

Samuel M. PARKER b: 30 OCT 1799 in NY USA

Wanton H. PARKER b: 13 FEB 1802 in Oneida, Oneida Co., NY USA

Archelaus Tefft PARKER b: 5 AUG 1803 in Oneida, Oneida Co., NY USA

Cynthia Ann PARKER b: 23 JUN 1809 in Oneida, Oneida Co., NY USA

James Ephriam PARKER b: 30 APR 1811 in Oneida, Oneida Co., NY USA

Betsy PARKER b: 17 JUN 1813 in Harpersfield, Ashtabula County, OH USA

Orrin PARKER b: 23 JUN 1817 in Ashtabula Co., OH USA

Lavina PARKER b: 20 AUG 1819 in Oneida, Oneida Co., NY USA

Amasa PARKER b: 6 DEC 1822 in Onedia, NY USA

Name: Mary C PARKER

Sex: F

Birth: 11 APR 1832 in Ashtabula Co., Ohio

Death: 17 AUG 1917 in Wellman, Washington Co., Iowa

Burial: Champion Hill Cemetery, N. English, Iowa Co., Iowa

Father: Wanton H. PARKER b: 13 FEB 1802 in New York

Mother: Rosannah LEMMON b: 1807

Marriage 1 James Madison MILLER b: 17 JAN 1823 in Harrisonburg, Rockingham Co., Virgina

Children

Lemont Madison MILLER b: 6 FEB 1877 in Topeka, Shawnee Co., Kansas

 

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ID: I080

Name: Wanton H. PARKER

Sex: M

Birth: 13 FEB 1802 in New York

Death: 28 JUN 1849 in Stouts Grove, Mclean Co., Illinois

Father: Archelaus R. PARKER b: 22 AUG 1777 in Worcester Co., MA

Mother: Sara TEFFT b: 22 SEP 1780

Marriage 1 Rosannah LEMMON b: 1807

Married: 22 JUL 1824 in Ashtabula, Ohio

Children

Mary C PARKER b: 11 APR 1832 in Ashtabula Co., Ohio

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ID: I083

Name: Sara TEFFT

Sex: F

Birth: 22 SEP 1780

Death: 14 FEB 1827 in Ashtabula Co., Ohio

Father: Edmond TEFFT

Marriage 1 Archelaus R. PARKER b: 22 AUG 1777 in Worcester Co., MA

Married: 11 NOV 1798

Children

Wanton H. PARKER b: 13 FEB 1802 in New York

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The Town of Remsen

until recent years this town occupied a large area in the extreme northeast

corner of Oneida county, much of which was covered by the original forest.

Remsen was reduced to its present area of 23,364 acres by the erection from

it of the town of Forestport in 1869. Most of the territory of the present

town was included in the Remsenburgh patent; a small section in the south

part in the Servis patent, and another small section in the west part in the

Steuben patent, and another small section in the west part in the Steuben

tract, as shown on accompanying map. Remsen was erected simultaneously with

the formation of Oneida county (March 15, 1798), when it was set off from

Norway, Herkimer county, and named after Henry Remsen, one of the original

patentees. Black River forms the northern boundary of the town, and Canada

Creek the southeastern boundary; it is further watered by Cincinnati Creek,

Baker Brook and small tributaries. The surface of the town is well elevated

and generally hilly and broken, while the soil is a light sandy loam. A very

large portion of the inhabitants of this town are of Welsh descent.

Settlement began in Remsen previous to the formation of the town, with the

arrival of Schubael Cross from Massachusetts, who in March, 1794, came on

westward, left the Mohawk at Utica, and with his family turned northward

into the forest. He made a line of marked trees along the Cincinnati Creek

through the site of Remsen village, and halted and built a log cabin at what

became known later as Burritt's Mills, and afterwards as Bordwell Settlement

now Porpoise Glen. Mr. Cross was an energetic pioneer and he soon had a

piece of land cleared, and built later a wind power grist mill. This was

followed by the erection of a saw mill, both of which were of great utility

to the settlers in that section. Mr. Cross took a cold from getting wet in

the creek, lost his mental balance, and finally died, his death being,

probably, the first in the town.

507

In 1795 three more families came into town; these were John Bonner, Barnabas

Mitchell and Amos Bull. Mr. Bonner was an Englishman, but came in from

Vermont and settled on the lot afterwards owned by Jenkin Jones; later he

moved west. Mr. Mitchell settled on land afterwards owned by his son Milo

Mitchell, and his daughter Polly, who became Mrs. Van Slyke, was the first

white child born in the town. Amos Bull settled on the tract which was long

known as Bull's Commons, and later as the Camp farm; discouraged with the

land and his prospects he removed to Floyd, where he died.

These pioneers were soon followed into the town by Ephraim Hollister, father

in law of Judge Storrs, who followed brick making, and who was elected the

first supervisor of the town.

Stephen Hutchinson and a Mr. King located in the town about this time, and a

daughter of the latter and her husband were probably the first persons

married in the town, about the year 1800. Mr. King kept the first public

house. It is recorded that the first religious service of a public character

was held in Mr. Hutchinson's barn on what became known as the Price farm; he

was the first overseer of the poor of the town.

The site of Remsen village was settled early by Peter Becker, who built a

small log cabin on his hundred acre lot, afterwards selling the property to

deacon Platt, of Steuben. The log cabin was soon afterward burned.

About the same time Joseph Brownell purchased the 100 acre lot on which the

upper tavern was built. He was one of the first three road commissioners of

the town. He soon sold out to Oliver Smith and left the town; Gershom

Hinkley, a practical surveyor, was elected road commissioner in his place.

It was on the farm of the latter at Fairfield Corners that the first school

house in the town was built.

James Smith and his son Joab came into the town about 1795, and the father

opened a tavern in 1797 on the place afterwards occupied by Captain Root;

the son died at Sackett's Harbor in the war of 1812. At about this time the

families of Jacob Dayton, Nathaniel Rockwood, Solomon Gillett, Perez Farr,

Ebenezer Dodd, William Platt, Philip Scott (the first physician in town and

an early town clerk) and Rev. Edmund Tefft, the first resident minister,

settled in the town. The names of other early comers appears further on.

508

This town and those adjoining it in the eastern part of the county are very

largely settled by Welsh. The first of this nationality to locate here was

David Jones, but it is not known in just what year he came. Steuben and

Trenton, adjoining, already contained a large number of these thrifty

citizens. Mr. Jones took up the so called Billings lot, on the Steuben road.

In the year 1803 Broughton White and his brother in law, Lemuel Hough, came

in from the town of Steuben, and Mr. White subsequently opened a small

grocery in a log building on the site of the later store in Remsen village;

it was the first mercantile establishment in the town, and Esquire White's

chief returns for his goods were ashes. He sold out, after making further

improvements, to John Mappa and Jacob Belticher, who in turn transferred it

to Herman Ferry.

The eastern part of the town remained substantially a wilderness until a

number of years after settlement had progressed in the western part. It bore

the local designation of "Ninety six", and the first settlers came in about

1816. About the year 1808 the Welsh families of David Manual, John James,

Griffith I. Jones, John Owens and Hugh Hughes, all from Wales, settled in

the town, and were succeeded by many others who with their descendants

contributed largely to the prosperity of the community. It is recorded that

Griffith O. Griffiths, of Remsen village, now deceased, was the first Welsh

child born in this State west of the Hudson River.

It is unfortunate that the earliest record of this town are lost, but it is known that the first town meeting was held in the year of the town organization, 1798, in the log dwelling of Samuel Howe, at Cross Settlement; Mr. Howe was the first justice of the peace of the town. The list of supervisors of the town, however, is complete, through the record in the Jones Annals; they are:

Notes for Mary Mercy Sweet:

D Sweet Not Stated, Oneida, NY 1810

Children of Reverend Tefft and Mary Sweet are:

i. Isabella Tefft, born in Remsen NY; died Abt. 1817 in Norway NY; married William?? C Bly?; born 17 Sep 1776 in RI.

205 ii. Sara Tefft, born 22 Sep 1780 in NY Indian Country; married Archelaus Richardson Parker 11 Nov 1798.

 

416. Robert James? Coonfeldt, born 1755 in Pennsylvania. He was the son of 832. Christopher Confeld.

Notes for Robert James? Coonfeldt:

Pennsylvania German Pioneers by Strassburger & Hinks page 206

"Christopher Confeld same to America on the ship "Glosgow," Walter

Sterling,

Commander, from Rotterdam and Carves, England, arrived 09 September 1738."

 

More About Robert James? Coonfeldt:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

Children of Robert James? Coonfeldt are:

i. Gideon? Coonfeldt

ii. Oliver? Confield

iii. Moses B ? Confield, born in found in 1820 Pennsylvania census next to Oliver.

iv. John Coonfeldt, born Abt. 1764.

More About John Coonfeldt:

Record Change: 08 Oct 2003

v. Jacob Coonfeldt, born 1764.

More About Jacob Coonfeldt:

Record Change: 08 Oct 2003

208 vi. Isaac Benjamin Sr. Coonfield, born 1780 in PA; died Bef. 1830 in Marion, Indiana; married (1) Barsheba Clark; married (2) Barsheba Clark.

vii. John McMaster Coonfield, born 1796 in Kentucky; died in Unknown relation.

 

418. Clark, born 1740 in Ireland. He was the son of 836. Archilbald Clark.

Children of Clark are:

209 i. Barsheba Clark, born Abt. 1770 in 1830 census shows her living by Archelas Clark; died Bef. 1840 in Perry, Marion, Indiana; married (1) Isaac Benjamin Sr. Coonfield; married (2) Isaac Benjamin Sr. Coonfield.

ii. Archibald or Archelus Clark, born 1788 in VA; died in could be the Archelus Clark on 1830 census Kentucky beside Barsheba; married Lanarah Coonfield; born 1811 in KY; died 1852 in Indiana.

More About Archibald or Archelus Clark:

Record Change: 08 Oct 2003

More About Lanarah Coonfield:

Date born 2: 1808

Record Change: 08 Oct 2003

iii. Obediah Clark, born 11 Sep 1789 in Virginia; died 08 Feb 1875; married Susannah Coonfield; born 1799; died 14 Feb 1875.

More About Obediah Clark:

Record Change: 08 Oct 2003

More About Susannah Coonfield:

Date born 2: 22 Jan 1799, KY

Record Change: 08 Oct 2003

 

420. John Epperson, born Abt. 1761 in albemarle VA; died 1817. He was the son of 840. David Epperson and 841. Hannah Thompson. He married 421. Elizabeth Bowen 1788 in Albemarle VA.

421. Elizabeth Bowen, born 1768 in albemarle VA.

Child of John Epperson and Elizabeth Bowen is:

210 i. James Epperson, born 1787 in Brunswick , VA; died 29 Aug 1853 in Morgantown Indiana; married Mary Rebecca Tetters 20 Jul 1808 in Garrard County KY.

 

422. John George Teeters, born 1765 in VA; died 1834 in Boone County MO. He married 423. Mary Van Cleave 1788 in KY.

423. Mary Van Cleave, born 1772 in NC. She was the daughter of 846. William Van Cleave and 847. Abigail Frost.

Notes for John George Teeters:

Name: John TEETERS , Jr.

Sex: M

ALIA: /George/

Birth: 1765 in Kentucky

Death: 1834 in Boone County, Missouri

Note:

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Upon his father's death, George Teeters was given 100 "acres" of land, one Negro girl Delphy with a small portion of other property. He is on the 1810 census in Garrard Co. as age over 45. He lived in Garrard Co. until about 1816 when he moved, according to deed records to Henry Co. KY. There he signed permission and the marriage bond for his daughter Susanna to marry William Pringle on 21 Dec 1818.

 

Marriage 1 Mary VANCLEAVE b: 1772 in Rowan County, North Carolina

Children of John Teeters and Mary Van Cleave are:

i. Susannah Tetters

ii. Betsey Tetters

iii. Johnathan Tetters

211 iv. Mary Rebecca Tetters, born 1788 in KY; died 1850 in IN; married James Epperson 20 Jul 1808 in Garrard County KY.

 

432. Captain George Little, born 1733 in Scotland, came to America at age 21, SEE History of Daviees County KY 1883, page 129; died Feb 1815 in KY, exempt from poll tax due to war injury, DAR Patriot. He was the son of 864. Little.

More About Captain George Little:

Burial: The Indian warhoop had scarely ceased to echo around their cabin as the Ohio River abounded the Indian Country ( this widower married his son's mother in law )

Record Change: 07 Oct 2003

Child of Captain George Little is:

216 i. Jonas Little, born Abt. 1771 in near the Yadkin River, Newberry, Union District, SC; died 12 Apr 1844 in Daviess, Ohio County, KY; married (1) Betsy Douglass 1800 in SC; married (2) Betsy Douglass 1800 in SC.

 

434. Alexander Douglass, born in Scotland and lived in Greensburg, Westmoreland County PA; died 1786 in merchant was murdered possibly by indians Pittsburg, PA after a trip with his brother in law to check out kentucky. He married 435. Mary Molly Handley Abt. 1780 in Probably Philadelphia Pennsylvania.

435. Mary Molly Handley, born 1760 in born asea from Scotland to PA then to SC about 1787; died 1850 in Van Meters Spring, KY. She was the daughter of 870. George Handley and 871. Martha Mason.

Notes for Alexander Douglass:

He and John Handley went to KY to survey land and Alex was murdered on the way back. Mary then moved to SC with her three daughters, into a Scottish settlement.

More About Alexander Douglass:

Record Change: 06 Oct 2003

More About Mary Molly Handley:

Burial: Anthony Thompson Cemetery

Record Change: 07 Oct 2003

Religion: Presbyterian

Children of Alexander Douglass and Mary Handley are:

i. Mary Douglass, born 1780; married Minton.

ii. Martha Douglass, born 1781; married isaac Hunt.

217 iii. Betsy Douglass, born 1782 in PA; died in Daviess KY; married (1) Jonas Little 1800 in SC; married (2) Jonas Little 1800 in SC.

 

436. Thomas Wright, born Abt. 1770 in Branford, New Haven, Connecticut. He married 437. Esther 04 Sep 1797 in Branford, New Haven, Connecticut.

437. Esther, born Abt. 1770 in Branford, New Haven, Connecticut. She was the daughter of 874. Shubael Shelley and 875. Abigail Royce Rice.

Child of Thomas Wright and Esther is:

218 i. John C Wright, born Abt. 1797 in Virginia; died Abt. 1855 in McLean County, Kentucky; married "Kitty" Catherine Georgia Weatherford 05 Jan 1811 in Charlotte, Virginia with Benoni Smith as surety to the marriage.

 

438. Charles Weatherford, born Abt. 1752 in Charlotte, VA to the Alabama River in Montgomery before 1778 with his friend Samuel Mims.; died in Fort Benning Georgia. He was the son of 876. Martin Weatherford and 877. Mary Half Blood.

Notes for Charles Weatherford:

note from the Creek mailing list:

this is from red eagles grandson.

William Weatherford AKA Red Eagle and his mother is buried just north of

Mobile, Alabama. There is a monument that marks thier graves. His father

went back to Scottland after fathering many children by many women.

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Charles WEATHERFORD

Sex: M

Birth: BET. 1718 - 1724 in Mecklenburg, VA

Death: in Unknown

Note:

Charles' land grant is noted first with a grant of 390 acres on the north side of Meherin River which adjoined John Bookers property on 12 Mar 1749. He then sold this land on 6 Nov 1753. he conveys to William Mucklehony both of Lunenburg Co., Va., for L30, 390 acres of land in Lunenburg Co., on the north side of ut....., to white oak in Bears Element Creek, down Branch as it meanders to the Creek, down Creek to the River, down River to first station, etc... In the presence of Christipher Johnson, John Weatherford and William McDow. Deed Bk. 3, pg. 414.

Charles obtained many properties and many lawsuits regarding the lands he owned.

 

Father: Richard R. WEATHERFORD b: BET. 1680 - 1685 in James City CO, VA

Mother: Susannah b: in Unknown

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Richard R. WEATHERFORD

Sex: M

Birth: BET. 1680 - 1685 in James City CO, VA

Death: 6 JUL 1756 in Lunenburg CO, VA

Note:

Richard and his family were living in Amelia Co., Va. about 1739.

Richard moved his family on land which is now known as Mecklenburg Co. Below the Meherrin River on Buckhorn Creek in the 1740's. During the Georgia Land Lottery around 1753, his sons Charles, William and Martin applied for land and left Lunenburg to settle in Augusta Co., Ga. John, Lucy and Elizabeth stayed in Va. with their father Richard. Richard resided with his daughter Lucy and her husband Lydall in his later years up until his death.

 

Father: William Weatherford (WETHERFORD) II b: 1645 in York CO, VA

Mother: b: in Unknown

Marriage 1 Susannah b: in Unknown

Married: BEF. 1718 in Unknown

Children

Charles WEATHERFORD b: BET. 1718 - 1724 in Mecklenburg, VA

William WEATHERFORD b: BET. 1720 - 1730 in Unknown

Martin WEATHERFORD b: 1728 in James City CO, VA

John WEATHERFORD b: 1732 in Unknown

Lucy WEATHERFORD b: 1732 in Unknown

Richard R. WEATHERFORD , Jr. b: ABT. 1733 in Unknown

Elizabeth WEATHERFORD b: 1734 in Taskigi, AL

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William WEATHERFORD

Sex: M

Birth: BET. 1720 - 1730 in Unknown

Death: in Unknown

Note:

It lists William Weatherford and Frances Tucker, next to Charles Weatherford in the region which is now known as Mecklenburg Co.

Tithes for 1749, shows William listed "from Butchers Creek to the extent of the County downwards".

Tithes for 1750, Again, next to Charles Weatherford.

Tithes for 1751, Again, next to Charles Weatherford.

Tithes for 1752, It now lists William next to John Weatherford and John Bone.

 

Father: Richard R. WEATHERFORD b: BET. 1680 - 1685 in James City CO, VA

Mother: Susannah b: in Unknown

Marriage 1 Frances TUCKER b: in Unknown

Married: in Unknown

Children

John WEATHERFORD b: 1740 in Pittsylvania CO, VA

Major WEATHERFORD b: 1745 in Unknown

Child of Charles Weatherford is:

219 i. "Kitty" Catherine Georgia Weatherford, born 1797 in Charlotte, VA; died Aft. 1860 in McLean County, KY; married John C Wright 05 Jan 1811 in Charlotte, Virginia with Benoni Smith as surety to the marriage.

 

Should we consider that she was born in Georgia…

 

 

 

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440. Abraham Crigler, born 03 Jun 1771 in Culpepper County VA; died in Knetucky. He was the son of 880. Nicholas Crigler and 881. Margaret Kaifer. He married 441. Lydia Carpenter 1795.

441. Lydia Carpenter, born 29 Sep 1777 in Virginia. She was the daughter of 882. Michael Carpenter and 883. Rebecca Delph.

Children of Abraham Crigler and Lydia Carpenter are:

i. Nicholas Crigler, married Rhoda Crenshaw.

ii. Lydia Crigler, married Ebeneezer Younger 1822; born 1793 in Nelson Co KY; died 1831.

Notes for Lydia Crigler:

HH 582

Lydia CRIGLER 75f 4000 VA

E. can't read 23m

NOTES: Lydia Crigler is the widow of Abraham Crigler. They had a daughter, Lydia Crigler (d. bef 1847)

who married Ebenezer Younger (23 Mar 1793 Nelson Co., KY-d. abt 1831) in 1822. Lydia and Ebenezer

Younger had James (ca. 1821), Ebenezer (ca. 1827) and Eliza (ca. 1832). Ebenezer Younger is the 23 m

in Lydia's household.

iii. Milly Crigler

iv. Harriet Crigler

v. Jacob Crigler, born 1796; married Rebecca Anna Everhart.

vi. Rebecca Crigler, born 1797 in Culpepper County VA; married Benjamin Gaar; born 1790 in Culpepper County VA.

220 vii. Owen Crigler, born Abt. 1800 in Bardstown KY; died 27 Oct 1854; married (1) Mary Margaret Polly Duvall; married (2) Mary Broughton.

viii. James Crigler, born 1805 in Bardstown KY; married Cynthia Duvall.

Notes for James Crigler:

HH 929

John L. DUVALL 83m laborer PA

Mahala 65f

Susan 18f

John 16m laborer

Dennis 12m

Lucy 8f

 

HH 930

James CRIGLER 45m farmer 2600

Elizabeth 28f

Charles 12m

Lewis 12m

Mary 10f

James H 9m

 

442. Duvall, born in VA. He married 443. wife.

443. wife, born in LY.

Notes for Duvall:

HH 929

John L. DUVALL 83m laborer PA

Mahala 65f

Susan 18f

John 16m laborer

Dennis 12m

Lucy 8f

 

HH 930

James CRIGLER 45m farmer 2600

Elizabeth 28f

Charles 12m

Lewis 12m

Mary 10f

James H 9m

Notes for wife:

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

W. C. DUVAL Self M Male W 68 KY Farmer KY KY

Mary DUVAL Wife M Female W 67 KY Keeping House KY KY

Jno. L. DUVAL Son M Male W 30 KY Farmer KY KY

Mattie DUVAL DauL M Female W 19 KY KY KY

Elsworth DUVAL Other S Male W 2M KY KY KY

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Shepherdsville, Bullitt, Kentucky

Family History Library Film 1254405

NA Film Number T9-0405

Children of Duvall and wife are:

221 i. Mary Margaret Polly Duvall, born 1801; married Owen Crigler.

ii. WC Duvall, born 1812.

 

444. Lawrence Roby, born 1739 in MD; died 1817. He was the son of 888. William Roby and 889. Sarah Smallwood. He married 445. Catherine Abt. 1759 in Charles MD.

445. Catherine, born Abt. 1739 in Indian Nation.

Notes for Lawrence Roby:

In the name of god amen, I Laurence ROBY of Bullitt County, Citizen of KY being weak in body but possessing fully all the powers of mind... 1. It is my will and desire that all my just debts be punctually paid out of my estate by my Executors hereafter named. 2. I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Catherine ROBY the house and plantation Wheron I now live and various personal property 3. To son Samuel one hundred dollars when he arrives at lawful age - also my son Otho (I think) ROBY one hundred dollars when he shall arrive at lawful age - also my son Lawrence ROBY seventy five dollars out of my estate. 4. Sons William Owen, Reason and John each to get one hundred dollars which they now hold in their own hands 5. daughter Polley GREENWELL to get ninety dollars, daughters Patsy, Catherine, Susanna, and Hannah ROBY each to get ninety five dollars and also my daughter Elizabeth WILHOIT to receive ten shillings to be paid out of my estate after my decease. 6. It is my will and desire that after my death all my estate and property be distribute both real and personal 7. I appoint my beloved friend Rodolphus ROBY my executor to this my last will and testament. Set my hand and seal 2 September 1817 Lawrence (X) ROBY In presence of ------ WEATHERS Basil GATTON Joseph R. GATTON

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HH 808

Otho ROBY 34m farmer

Harriett 23f

Rowena 17f

Wm. 16m

Laura 3f

Owen? 2m

James 6/12 m

Susan ROBY 30f

Children of Lawrence Roby and Catherine are:

i. John Roby

ii. Polly Roby

iii. Susan Roby

Notes for Susan Roby:

HH 808

Otho ROBY 34m farmer

Harriett 23f

Rowena 17f

Wm. 16m

Laura 3f

Owen? 2m

James 6/12 m

Susan ROBY 30f

iv. Elizabeth Roby, born 1760.

v. William Roby, born 1762.

vi. Lawrence Jr. Roby, born 1762; died Abt. 1877; married Martha Patsy Owen 1817 in Bullitt KY; born 1794 in Bullitt KY.

vii. Patsy Roby, born 1764.

viii. Owen Roby, born 1766.

ix. Samuel Roby, born Abt. 1780; married Margaret.

Notes for Samuel Roby:

659

SAmuel ROBY 54m 3400

Martha 53f

Nancy 19f

John 17m Laborer

Noel 14m

NOTES: John ROBY the son, married MARTHA A. ROUSE, daughter of WILLIAM ROUSE and NANCY DEACON. She was

born Abt. 1842 in Bullitt Co., KY, and died 13 Feb 1894 in Bullitt Co., KY. Children of JOHN ROBY and

MARTHA ROUSE are: i. WILLIAM A. ROBY, b. 05 Jan 1859, Cedar Creek, Bullitt Co., KY.

[second son's NAME UNKNOWN] ROBY, b. Abt. 1860.

HH 836

Owen CRIGLER 50m farmer 300 VA

Mary 49f

??? 23m

 

HH 837

Edwin CARPENTER 34m farmer 400

Lydia 23f

John 5m

 

HH 844

Sam'l ROBY ?2m laborer

Margaret 35f

Malvina 16f

Wm. 13m

Louisa 11f

Rutha 7f

Benjamin 5m

John 4m

Luticia 2f

Mary 4/12 f

222 x. Reason Roby, born 1790 in Bullitt KY; died 1831 in Bullitt KY; married Catherine "millie" or Kitty Simmons 13 Jan 1814 in Bullitt KY.

xi. Otho Roby, born 1796; died 1881; married Harriet.

Notes for Otho Roby:

HH 792

Abraham CRIGLER 24 m farmer 1000

Catherine 23f

William ROBY 25m farmer

NOTES: ABRAHAM CRIGLER He married KATHERINE ROBY 14 Sep 1848 in Bullitt Co., KY, daughter of REASON

ROBY and KATHERINE SIMMONS. She was born Abt. 1827 in Kentucky.

HH 793

Willis ROBY 32 m farmer 600

Liticia 22f

Nancy J. 5f

NOTES: WILLIS ROBY, son of REASON ROBY and KATHERINE SIMMONS, was born Abt. 1818 in Kentucky, and died

Bef. 1860. He married LETTITIA ANN DEACON 16 Mar 1843 in Bullitt Co., KY, daughter of JAMES DEACON and

REBECCA MONTGOMERY. She was born Bet. 1820 - 1828 in Kentucky.

 

HH 808

Otho ROBY 34m farmer

Harriett 23f

Rowena 17f

Wm. 16m

Laura 3f

Owen? 2m

James 6/12 m

Susan ROBY 30f

xii. Catherine Roby, born Abt. 1802; married John Bailey Bolton 1822 in Bullitt County Kentucky; born 1800 in Montgomery County Maryland.

xiii. Harriet Roby, born 1808.

 

446. Jesse Simmons, born Abt. 1753 in Prince George Co, MD; died 10 Feb 1819 in Bullitt Co KY. He was the son of 892. Johnathon Simmons and 893. Elizabeth Swearingen. He married 447. Rachel Wells 13 Sep 1781 in Prince George Co. MD.

447. Rachel Wells, born Abt. 1763 in Prince George Co, MD; died 05 Jul 1815 in Bullitt Co KY. She was the daughter of 894. Jacob Wells and 895. Sedgwick.

Children of Jesse Simmons and Rachel Wells are:

i. Lilburn Simmons

ii. Elizabeth Simmons, married Minor Leewright.

iii. William W Simmons, died 1846 in bullitt Co KY; married Matilda Ann Lee 1834 in Bullitt County Kentucky.

iv. John Sedgewick Simmons

v. Julia Simmons

vi. Sarah Simmons, born Abt. 1790 in KY now WV; died 1859 in Salt River KY; married Moses Rouse in KY.

223 vii. Catherine "millie" or Kitty Simmons, born 1794; married Reason Roby 13 Jan 1814 in Bullitt KY.

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448. Zacharia Fenn, born 20 Dec 1730 in Richmond Co Virginia; died Abt. 1799 in Jefferson County GA. He was the son of 896. Henry Fenn and 897. Winifred Gathings. He married 449. Alecy McCoy.

449. Alecy McCoy

Notes for Zacharia Fenn:

Zachariah received land grants for serving in the British military and from the U. S. Government for serving in the military during the Revolutionary War to gain freedom from England. He was in Georgia by 1758 according to his records. He appears to have to returned to North Carolina and perhaps Virginia but returned to Georgia.

Zachariah Fann was born to Henry & Winifred Fann in Richmond Co., VA on 20 Dec 1730 (REGISTER OF NORTH FARNHAM PARISH 1663-1800, in Richmond Co., VA.). He seems to be among the first to change the spelling from FANN to FENN. As a young man, he was in Amelia and Dinwiddie counties of Virginia.

His name is spelled Zachariah in the North Farnham Parish Register and in most county records, but he used the spelling Zacharias when he wrote his will.

A land certificate in Dinwiddie Co., VA was issued to Zachariah Fenn for 38 acres on both sides of Reedy Branch adjacent to William Paythress, William Cryer, Samuel Gordon, and Edward Paythress on 18 Apr 1753. The deed record has John Williams' name on the certificate, but has a notation at the bottom stating the record was altered to show Zachariah Fenn as the owner. (DINWIDDIE Co., VA SURVEYORS PLATT BOOK 1755-1865, Book 34, p. 208 - Microfilm Copy, Clayton Library, Houston, TX)

More About Zacharia Fenn:

Burial: REV WAR

Children of Zacharia Fenn and Alecy McCoy are:

i. Eli Fenn

ii. Winifred Fenn, married John Fryer.

Notes for Winifred Fenn:

an interesting reference in the 1820 Burke County census.

On page 38, Lewis Whitfield is listed with the following household ..

1 male aged 10 to under 16

1 male aged 16 to under 26

1 male aged 45 years or older

1 female aged 10 to under 16

1 female aged 16 to under 26

22 male slaves and 18 female slaves

Want to guess who his neighbor was? Fielding Fryer is listed with the following household ..

1 male aged under 10

1 male aged 10 to under 16

1 male aged 45 years or older

2 females aged under 10

2 females aged 10 to under 16

6 male slaves and 4 female slaves

Hope this helps. There are more Whitfield, Fryer and Hill references listed in "The Families of Burke County, 1755-1855, A Census" compiled by Robert Davis and Silas Lucas. Great book for Burke County research.

224 iii. Travis Fenn, born Abt. 1750; died 1810 in Laurens Co GA; married Mary.

 

460. John Donaldson, born in Scotland.

Child of John Donaldson is:

230 i. John Donalson, born 1773 in Burke County GA; married Agnes Gamble Peel.

 

462. Richard Peel, born in Ireland. He married 463. Mary Gamble.

463. Mary Gamble, born in Ireland.

Child of Richard Peel and Mary Gamble is:

231 i. Agnes Gamble Peel, born 23 Jan 1773 in an Irish, Burke County GA; died 04 Jul 1836 in Donalson Family Cemetery, Fowlstown, Decatur Co., GA; married John Donalson.

 

464. Thomas Stone

Children of Thomas Stone are:

232 i. Michael Stone, born in Maryland; died in on 1840 TN census, 1850 Macon AL census and on Montgomery land records; married Polly Wells 21 Jun 1810 in Putnam Georgia.

ii. Thomas? Stone

iii. William Stone, born 1780; died 1829 in Putnam GA; married Nancy Avera.

 

478. Dilmus R Lyle, born in Virginia.

Notes for Dilmus R Lyle:

Georgia Census, 1790-1890

about Dilmus R. Lyle

Name: Dilmus R. Lyle

State: GA

County: Jackson County

Township: House Dist.

Year: 1860

Record Type: Slave schedule

Page: 365

Database: GA 1860 Slave Schedule

Children of Dilmus R Lyle are:

239 i. amelia lyle, married albert winters 26 Mar 1816 in Jackson County GA.

ii. Dilmus R lyle, born 1816.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

480. Charles McClain, born Abt. 1750 in Pennsylvania to VA to Rutherford NC; died Oct 1821 in Spartanburg Dist SC. He married 481. Elizabeth MOON.

481. Elizabeth MOON, born Abt. 1762 in VA; died 1837 in Spartanburg Dist SC. She was the daughter of 962. Gideon Moon and 963. Mary Hudson Hill.

Children of Charles McClain and Elizabeth MOON are:

i. Nancy McClain, married James Leonard.

ii. Elizabeth McClain, married Thornton Ward; born 1791 in SC; died 1826 in Decatur, Fulton, GA.

iii. Jenny McClain, married Thomas M Brockman.

iv. Polley McClain, died 1822 in Greenville SC; married George Mayfield.

240 v. Josah McClain, born Dec 1788 in Spartanburg County, SC; died 21 Jul 1883 in Mars Hill Cemetery, Cobb Co GA; married Nancy Ann Wood 1808 in Spartanburg SC.

vi. John McClain, born 1792 in SC; died Aft. 1849 in Cobb County Georgia; married Phillipina Glenn; died 1849 in Spartanburg County SC.

vii. James McClain, born 1795; married Eliza Glenn; born 1806.

 

482. Wm Wood, born 1755 in VA. He was the son of 964. Wm Wood and 965. Ann Crane. He married 483. Martha Glenn.

483. Martha Glenn She was the daughter of 966. Tyree Glenn??.

Notes for Martha Glenn:

His estate was appraised by Tyree Glenn, Thomas Wood and Abraham Wood on February 21, 1822.

December 3, 1816 Charles McClain received a grant of 192 acres on Abner Creek

Child of Wm Wood and Martha Glenn is:

241 i. Nancy Ann Wood, born 26 Aug 1790; died 25 Nov 1867 in Mars Hill Cemetery, Cobb Co GA; married Josah McClain 1808 in Spartanburg SC.

 

Some Glenn and McClain families went to Kentucky.

 

There are several Woods on the census so it is not possible to be certain of her parents.

 

 

488. William Pool Broadway, born 1760 in SC; died 1839 in SC. He was the son of 976. Abner Broadway and 977. Mary Gardener. He married 489. Mary Polly James 1785.

489. Mary Polly James, born 1770 in SC; died 1855.

Notes for Mary Polly James:

Listed as the wife of William Broadway in the South Carolina census of 1820,

Abbeville Co., age 45 & Up; and in the 1830 census for Sumter Co., age 60-70.

Listed in Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution, by

Bobby Gilmer Moss as wife of William Broadway: "m. Mary (or Polly) James, 12

May 1785"

Mary Broadway was awarded a widow's pension based on husband William's Revolutionary service (S. C.)as a private, "Inscribed on the Roll at the rate of 20 dollars per annum, to commence on the 4th day of March, 1848." This certificate of Pension was issued the 16th day of July 1855. Other pensions were awarded, each at $20 per annum, were shown to commence on March 4, 1831, Feb. 2, 1839, March 4, 1843

On June 23, 1855, Mary Broadway applied for Bounty Land in the Sumter District, S. C., based on her husband's service in the revolutionary war.

 

 

Children of William Broadway and Mary James are:

i. Elsie Broadway

ii. Susannah Broadway

iii. Rebecca Broadway

iv. George Broadway, born 1786 in Sumter SC; died 1849; married Mary China Abt. 1815; born Abt. 1795 in Sc; died in al.

v. Nancy Broadway, born 1795; married Elijah Hodge; born 1795.

Notes for Elijah Hodge:

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Chany HODGE Self S Female B 60 VA Cook VA VA

Chany HODGE GDau S Female B 4 NC NC NC

Caroline HODGE Other S Female MU 1 NC NC NC

George OWEN Other S Male B 15 NC Works In Farm NC NC

Job DAVIS Other S Male B 21 NC Works In Farm NC NC

Clem MARTIN Other S Male B 40 VA Works In Farm

vi. Lewis Augusta Broadway, born 1798; died 1857; married Elizabeth Weeks; born 1802.

244 vii. Abner Broadway, born Abt. 1800; died Bef. 1870; married Nancy 1823 in Edgefield, South Carolina.

viii. Elizabeth Broadway, born 1809 in Sumter SC; died 1880 in Sumter Co SC; married Oliver Hodge 1831; born 18 Jul 1805 in Sumter SC.

Notes for Oliver Hodge:

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Chany HODGE Self S Female B 60 VA Cook VA VA

Chany HODGE GDau S Female B 4 NC NC NC

Caroline HODGE Other S Female MU 1 NC NC NC

George OWEN Other S Male B 15 NC Works In Farm NC NC

Job DAVIS Other S Male B 21 NC Works In Farm NC NC

Clem MARTIN Other S Male B 40 VA Works In Farm

ix. Samuel Broadway, born 1810 in NC; died in Near Nancy in DAvidson NC; married Ann B; born in NC.

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496. Peter Edward Bozeman, born Abt. 1755 in Bladen NC; died 1829 in Rev War Patriot Darlington SC in 1790, 1800, 1810, then Alabama in 1830. He was the son of 992. Mordicai Bozeman and 993. Elizabeth. He married 497. Sarah Meade 28 Dec 1786 in Darlington South Carolina.

497. Sarah Meade, born Abt. 1770 possibly widow Brown with two girls, NC; died Abt. 1825 in listed on the estate sale of Peter in Montgomery, Alabama.

It is not known if her daughters moved to Alabama for certain.

 

 

Notes for Peter Edward Bozeman:

Some of this property was listed in Peter Bozeman's estate when he died and again in William Henry Bozeman's estate when he died.

 

 

 

http://www.alabama-cemetery-preservation.com/action.lasso?-database=cemdata&-

layout=CGI&-response=cemdata.lasso&-recordID=22&-search_

(http://www.alabama-cemetery-preservation.com/action.lasso?-database=cemdata&-layout=CGI&-response=

cemdata.lasso&-recordID=22&-search)

Known by some as the Carter-Stokes Cemetery but indicated on the Montgomery County map as "Stokes Cemetery," it dates back to before the Civil War but has been abandoned and neglected for nearly half a century. It is located off the Mobile Highway (US 31) on McLean Road. Pine trees on a knoll next to a large cattle pond on the William S. Newell property obscures this cemetery from view. The first owner of the property was probably Benjamin Lewis born 1772 from South Carolina who purchased it from the state in 1822. Thomas Randolph Carter (1820-1892) later purchased the property and subsequently sold it in

1859 to Mathew C. Stokes. This land sale consisted of 179 acres with "one acre to be reserved for burying purposes." Years later the cemetery property was sold to the McLean - Stewart families then to the Farm Bureau and is now owned by the Newell Construction Company. Originally, mostly Carter and Bozeman families used the cemetery. The oldest person found by year of birth with a stone is that of Jesse Bozeman born 28 January 1793. His gravestone has been

broken by a tree, as are many others stones and some dates are obliterated or nearly obliterated. He was the father-in-law of Thomas R. Carter who is buried there. There are many sunken places indicating burials probably without gravestones. The tallest monument and oldest not yet toppled is to the sacred memory of John W., son of Thomas R. and Lacy J. Carter, October 18, 1848 who died at age four years, three months and eight days. The few later year burials seem to be around the base of the knoll and probably ceased around 1969 with

the burial of Herbert York, 1 November 1969 a World II veteran.

There is no record of any attempt over the years to preserve this cemetery.

A grandson of the Carter's, John Butler Calloway (1874-1958) is said to have kept up the cemetery as long as he was able. A simple fence to keep the cattle out would have helped preserve the graves. Now the years, with no one to care have taken its toll. This beautiful site rising from flatlands to a pine knoll, with a pond lapping along its edges needs care. This historical cemetery needs restoration and preservation to make it a place of reverence honoring past generations. Descendants and all those interested in the preservation of their proud heritage are asked to help. (Copied from the Montgomery County Heritage Book by permission of Bearden, Jr)After special permission from the Newell family the survey was undertaken. The cemetery located on a knoll of pine trees, it was completely over grown with brambles. Trees had

fallen and it was hard to find the older graves that were covered with debris. It was obvious that burials of recent dates were on the edges of this cemetery which once was said to have been enclosed by an iron pickett fence.

=====update: cemetery in worse shape in Oct 2006========

 

 

PETER E BOZEMAN

Land Office: CAHABA

Document Number: 28965

Total Acres: 39.875

Signature: Yes

Canceled Document: No

Issue Date: August 09, 1837

Mineral Rights Reserved: No

Metes and Bounds: No

Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566

Multiple Warantee Names: No

Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820

Multiple Patentee Names: No

Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries

Land Description: 1 SENW ST STEPHENS No 13N 18E 34

this had to be Peter's son

 

 

 

Alabama Land Records

Name: PETER E BOZEMAN

Land Office: CAHABA

Document Number: 28966

Total Acres: 40

Signature: Yes

Canceled Document: No

Issue Date: August 09, 1837

Mineral Rights Reserved: No

Metes and Bounds: No

Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566

Multiple Warantee Names: No

Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820

Multiple Patentee Names: No

Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries

Land Description: 1 SENE ST STEPHENS No 13N 18E 33

 

 

Alabama Land Records

Name: MEADY BOZEMAN

Land Office: CAHABA

Document Number: 28921

Total Acres: 41.27

Signature: Yes

Canceled Document: No

Issue Date: August 09, 1837

Mineral Rights Reserved: No

Metes and Bounds: No

Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566

Multiple Warantee Names: No

Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820

Multiple Patentee Names: No

Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries

Land Description: 1 SWSE ST STEPHENS No 17N 11E 2

 

 

 

BOZEMAN, JESSE 09 04 1827 81.5600 t:14N r:17E s:3 AL More Info

BOZEMAN, JESSE 21 05 1827 82.4000 t:14N r:17E s:4 AL More Info

BOZEMAN, JESSE 12 06 1834 41.2000 t:14N r:17E s:4 AL More Info

BOZEMAN, JESSE 12 06 1834 41.2000 t:14N r:17E s:4 AL More Info

BOZEMAN, JESSE 21 01 1834 80.0000 t:15N r:17E s:8 AL More Info

BOZEMAN, JESSE 21 01 1834 79.9500 t:15N r:17E s:9 AL More Info

BOZEMAN, JESSE 02 08 1837 80.0000 t:14N r:19E s:22 AL More Info

BOZEMAN, JESSE 02 08 1837 80.4000 t:14N r:19E s:23 AL More Info

Matches 1 - 2

Name Date Acres Location State More Info

BOZEMAN, PETER 09 08 1837 40.0000 t:13N r:18E s:33 AL More Info

BOZEMAN, PETER 09 08 1837 39.8750 t:13N r:18E s:34 AL More Info

 

Matches 1 - 3

Name Date Acres Location State More Info

BOZEMAN, LEWIS 05 07 1824 80.6300 t:5N r:12E s:1 AL More Info

BOZEMAN, LEWIS 20 05 1841 40.0200 t:8N r:9E s:18 AL More Info

BOZEMAN, LEWIS 30 06 1891 156.5000 t:6N r:15E s:24 AL More Info

 

 

Click here: http://www.rootsweb.com/~cenfiles/al/montgomery/1850/district/pgd1-81.txt

Harriet L Jarret |44 F | |SC | |J630 |

39 |719 732 |Abner Jarret |25 M |Farmer 3600 |* |J630 |*dark cannot read

40 |719 732 |James L Jarret |20 M |Farmer |* |J630 |*dark cannot read

41 |719 732 |Mildred Jarret |16 F | |* | |J630 |*dark cannot read

42 |719 732 |Thos W Jarret |12 M | |* | |J630 |*dark cannot read

http://www.rootsweb.com/~cenfiles/al/montgomery/1850/

 

This 1850 census of this district has several familiar names on it and Jarret was the name of one of Jesse Bozeman's sons.

Also there is an elder Abner McGehee listed, and our family must have been very close to the McGehee families, therefore having that little store nearby called the McGehee Switch.

I just wonder if HARRIET is connected to our family or to Jesse's wife

PLUS I see Henry Carter, the brother of Thomas Randolph Carter who was married to Lacy Bozeman.

I still think Peter Bozeman is buried at Hope Hull, just wish we could find out where.

My late husband's Aunt Sissy knew the Calloways down there too so remind me to check with her soon to get more stories from her. In fact it was her son who wrote the article above about the Stokes Carter Cemetery in the Alabama Preservation webpage

http://www.alabama-cemetery-preservation.com/

just search by county and type in Montgomery

 

 

And the beat goes on.................

Kathy

More About Peter Edward Bozeman:

Burial: possibly in or near Stokes Carter Cemetery, in Hope Hull , AL where Jesse is buried; and Peter lived next to Jesse so there could be another cemetery on that property, waiting to be discovered.......

When I viewed this cemetery in 2006 there were black farmers putting out hay for the cattle who told me there was another cemetery down the road but I never saw it . This cemetery should have a historical marker and good preservation and no cattle ruining the graves.

 

 

 

More About Sarah Meade:

Burial: http://www.rootsweb.com/~cenfiles/sc/cheraws/1790/p371.txt

Children of Peter Bozeman and Sarah Meade are:

i. Meady Gee Bozeman, born 1790; died Abt. 1820; married Miss Manning?.

Notes for Meady Gee Bozeman:

...: 1820 Census: Darlington County, SC

Mady Boseman

(Meady Gee Bozeman - Son of Peter Bozeman & Sarah Brown)

Census Record Family Record

Name of

Head of Family Status Race Sex Count Age Relation Actual Name Birthdate Prev Next

Mady Boseman Free W M 1 26-44 Head Meady Gee Bozeman c. 1790 1810 d<1830?

2 0-9 Son Peter H. Bozeman Sep 1817 1830-AL

Son Jesse M. Bozeman c. 1819 1830-AL

F 1 16-25 Wife Unknown 1795-1804 m>1810 d<1830?

No Slaves

Note: Peter and Jesse were apparently raised in the household of Vincent M. Joiner after the death of their parents. Vincent Joiner was married to one of their father's sisters. The family of Vincent M. Joiner is found in Clarke County, AL in 1830-1850. Peter moved to MS by 1839 and is listed there in 1850.

 

 

ii. Jesse Bozeman, born 28 Jan 1793 in Administrator of his brother Wm estate; died 23 Apr 1855 in Thomas Carter was the ADMIN of Jesse's estate - Montgomery, Alabama; married (1) Lucy; died 1840; married (2) Frances E Freeman 1840 in Montgomery Alabama; born 1815 in South Carolina.

Notes for Jesse Bozeman:

32 |668 681 |Thos R Carter |27 M |Farmer

2000 |Ala | |C636

|

33 |668 681 |Lucy J Carter |22 F

| |Ala | |C636

|

34 |668 681 |Wm H Carter |6/12 M

| |Ala | |C636

|

35 |669 682 |Jesse Bozeman |56 M |Farmer

10000 |SC | |B255

|

36 |669 682 |Frances E Bozeman |35 F

| |SC | |B255

|

37 |669 682 |Sidney Bozeman |14 M

| |Ala | |B255

|

38 |669 682 |Jas Bozeman |9 M

| |Ala | |B255

|

39 |669 682 |Jarrat Bozeman |6 M

| |Ala | |B255

|

40 |669 682 |Ralph Bozeman |4 M

| |Ala | |B255

|

41 |669 682 |Julia A Bozeman |16 F

|

<http://www.rootsweb.com/~cenfiles/al/montgomery/1850/district/pgd1-81.txt>

NOTE: was Harriet a Bozeman??? or kin to Jesse's wife??

Harriet L Jarret |44 F | |SC | |J630 |

39 |719 732 |Abner Jarret |25 M |Farmer 3600 |* | |J630 |*dark cannot read

40 |719 732 |James L Jarret |20 M |Farmer |* | |J630 |*dark cannot read

41 |719 732 |Mildred Jarret |16 F | |* | |J630 |*dark cannot read

42 |719 732 |Thos W Jarret |12 M | |* | |J630 |*dark cannot read

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More About Jesse Bozeman:

Date born 2: 1794

Burial: headstone found at Stokes-Carter Cemetery, Hope Hull Alabama

 

iii. Lucy Bozeman, born 1800; married Sterling Campbell; born Abt. 1800.

248 iv. William Henry Bozeman, born Abt. 1802 in his brother Jesse was administrator of the estate and listed the children below as heirs.; died 1848 in family says he is buried in the woods near Hills Chapel in Ramer but could it be his son Peter's grave....; married Martha H Abt. 1825.

v. Peter Edward Bozeman, born 1807.

 

500. Elijah Cumbie Anderson, born Abt. 1799 in GA; died in lived by James Sellers in Montgomery AL 1850. He was the son of 1000. Elisha Anderson and 1001. Lavinia Brack. He married 501. Elizabeth Argin?.

501. Elizabeth Argin?, born Abt. 1820 in GA.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Argin?:

Name: Elizabeth -------(ANDERSON)

Sex: F

Birth: ABT 1819

Note: Maiden name is possibly Moore as living in household in 1850 was one Sarah Moore listed as sister.

.: Marriage 1 Elijah ANDERSON b: ABT 1799 in GA

Children

Seaborn ANDERSON b: 24 DEC 1824 in AL

Narcissa ANDERSON b: ABT 1833

Elijah ANDERSON b: ABT 1835

Frances ANDERSON b: ABT 1844

James ANDERSON b: ABT 1847

Children of Elijah Anderson and Elizabeth Argin? are:

i. Jane Anderson

 

 

ii. Elisha Anderson, born 1819 in widowed on 1850 census with two daughters in Montgomery AL next to Cornelius.

iii. John Anderson, born 1822; married Martha.

250 iv. Seaborne Anderson, born 24 Dec 1824 in Lowndes County AL; married Lavinia Jane Sellers.

v. Cornelius Anderson, born 1829 in on 1850 census in home next to Elisha in Montgomery AL; married Elizabeth Abt. 1849; born 1832.

vi. Isaac Anderson, born 1832.

vii. Narcissa Anderson, born Abt. 1833.

More About Narcissa Anderson:

Record Change: 02 Oct 2003

viii. Elijah Anderson, born 1835 in Seaborn? on census record; died 1921.

 

502. William Calvin Jr Sellers, born 1790 in War of 1812, Indian Wars 1836, NC; died in Lowndes AL. He was the son of 1004. Wm Calvin Sellers and 1005. Sarah Crawford. He married 503. Levinia Anderson 1818.

503. Levinia Anderson, born 1794. She was the daughter of 1000. Elisha Anderson and 1001. Lavinia Brack.

Notes for William Calvin Jr Sellers:

Revolutionary War Service Records, 1775-83

Name: WILLIAM SELLERS Calvin?

Rank - Induction: PRIVATE

Roll Box: 96

Roll Description: VA

 

 

 

 

War of 1812 Service Records

Name: WILLIAM SELLERS

Company: 4 REG'T (ROWLAND'S) NORTH CAROLINA MIL.

Rank - Induction: PRIVATE

Rank - Discharge: PRIVATE

Roll Box: 185

Roll Exct: 602

 

 

Revolutionary War Service Records, 1775-83

 

 

 

 

 

View Record WILLIAM SELLERS PRIVATE 96 VA

View Record WM SELLERS PRIVATE 97 VA

View Record WILLIAM SELLARS PRIVATE 96 VA

View Record WILLIAM SELLARS PRIVT 96 VA

View Record FRANCIS SELLERS PRIVATE 132 Continental Troops

View Record FRANCIS SELLERS SERGEANT 132 Continental Troops

View Record FRANCIS SELLERS SERGT 132 Continental Troops

View Record FRANCIS SELLERS SERJEANT 132 Continental Troops

View Record FRANCIS SELLERS SERJT 132 Continental Troops

View Record HENRY SELLERS SERGEANT 79

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notes for Levinia Anderson:

According to the family records of Sara Sellers of Vicksburg, MS, Lavenia Anderson Sellers was part Cherokee Indian.

 

 

 

 

 

More About Levinia Anderson:

Date born 2: Abt. 1790, Cherokee blood descendant

Record Change: 05 Oct 2003

Children of William Sellers and Levinia Anderson are:

i. Elizabeth Sellers

ii. Rebecca Sellers

iii. Anderson Moseley Sellers

iv. Frances Ann Sellers

v. Major Holcomb Sellers

vi. Mary Sellers

vii. James Anderson Sellers, born 26 Sep 1819; married Harriet Trotter.

viii. Wm Calvin III Sellers, born Abt. 1820.

251 ix. Lavinia Jane Sellers, born 24 Sep 1827 in Indian Nation, Griffin GA; died in 1880 census shows her living with daughter Corintha next door to Nancy but the census spelled her name wrong; married (1) Seaborne Anderson; married (2) Bozeman.

x. Anderson M Sellers, born 1829.

Notes for Anderson M Sellers:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

James BOZEMAN Self M Male W 29 AL Farming SC TN

Adaline BOZEMAN Wife M Female W 26 AL Keeping House AL AL

Florence BOZEMAN Dau S Female W 8 AL AL AL

Carrane BOZEMAN Dau S Female W 2 AL AL AL

Sarah D. BOZEMAN Dau S Female W 9M AL AL AL

Charlotte MASTIN Other S Female B 18 AL Servant AL AL

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Jane GARDENER Self Female W 23 AL Keeping House AL AL

Eliza GARDNER Mother W Female W 50 AL Keeping House AL AL

Deby GARDNER Dau S Female W 2 AL AL AL

 

 

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

George ANDERSON Self M Male W 27 AL Miller GA GA

Martha ANDERSON Wife M Female W 35 AL Keeping House AL AL

Samuel ANDERSON Son S Male W 7 AL AL AL

Allice ANDERSON Dau S Female W 4 AL AL AL

 

 

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Benjamin HUFFMAN Self M Male W 40 AL Farming SC AL

Sarah HUFFMAN Wife M Female W 33 AL Keeping House NC GA

Beulah HUFFMAN Dau S Female W 12 AL At School AL AL

Carrie HUFFMAN Dau S Female W 6 AL At School AL AL

Nathaniel P. HUFFMAN Son S Male W 5 AL AL AL

Franklin HUFFMAN Son S Male W 3 AL AL AL

John HUFFMAN Son S Male W 2 AL AL AL

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

George GARDNER Self M Male W 25 AL Laborer AL AL

Mary GARDNER Wife M Female W 20 AL Keeps House GA GA

Florene GARDNER Dau S Female W 1 AL AL GA

 

 

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Anderson SELLERS Self M Male W 51 AL Farmer NC NC

Georgia SELLERS Wife M Female W 29 GA Keeping House GA GA

Littitia SELLERS Dau S Female W 9 AL AL AL

California SELLERS Dau S Female W 7 AL AL GA

Thomas A. SELLERS Son S Male W 3 AL AL GA

Luther SELLERS Son S Male W 1 AL AL GA

Rufus FARMER Other S Male W 14 AL Laborer AL AL

Antony FOREMAN Other S Male B 17 AL Laborer AL AL

Henry FOREMAN Other S Male B 11 AL Laborer AL AL

Call CHAMPION Other M Female B 35 AL Laborer AL AL

John CHAMPION Other S Male B 7 AL AL AL

Ann JORDAN Other S Female B 15 AL Nurse AL AL

Sarah BUSSEY MotherL W Female W 78 GA Unemployed GA GA

 

 

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Henry W. WOOD Self M Male W 64 SC Farmer SC SC

Malinda WOOD Wife M Female W 50 AL Keeps House GA AL

Nancy Ruth WOOD Dau S Female W 21 AL Works On Farm SC AL

John A. WOOD Son S Male W 19 AL Works On Farm SC AL

Manly M. WOOD Son S Male W 14 AL Works On Farm SC AL

Rosella WOOD Dau S Female W 10 AL At Home SC AL

Joe TIGHLMAN Other S Male B 20 AL Farm Hand AL AL

Jim BROWN Other S Male B 18 --- Farm Hand --- ---

Source Information:

Census Place Trinity, Morgan, Alabama

 

504. John Stephens, born 1790 in half blood Cherokee, very dark, black hair and black eyes, Columbus, North Carolina; died in Unknown. He was the son of 1008. John Henry Stephens and 1009. Cherokee Wife. He married 505. Jane Tillman.

505. Jane Tillman, born in red haired Scot-Irish; died in due to Indian unrest, they moved into SC.

Children of John Stephens and Jane Tillman are:

i. Samuel Long Stephens, born Abt. 1805.

ii. Cedena Stephens, born 1808 in Columbus, North Carolina; married John Solomon Blair 1828; born 1800 in Newberry, SC; died 1881 in Pike County, Missouri Beat, Alabama.

iii. Kitty Ann Stephens, born 1810 in NC; died 15 Jun 1874 in Troy, Pike Co., AL; married John Solomon Blair; born 1800 in Newberry, SC; died 1881 in Pike County, Missouri Beat, Alabama.

More About Kitty Ann Stephens:

Burial: Beulah Cemetery

iv. Jane Katie Stephens, born 1815; died 1910 in Antioch FL; married James Hudgens 1853; died in civil war death.

252 v. Elisha C Stephens, born 1819 in SC, 1/4 Cherokee Indian; died Bef. 1880 in as a Confederate War Soldier; married Nancy 29 Nov 1844 in Montgomery AL.

vi. James E Stephens, born 1820; died 02 Jun 1875; married (1) Martha; born 1810; married (2) Nina Matilda Wingard 28 Jan 1843 in Pike County, AL; born Abt. 1820.

Notes for James E Stephens:

James E. STEPHENS

Male Family

Event(s):

Birth: 22 OCT 1820 , Columbus, North Carolina >>

1850 Census, Pike County, Alabama

Household#923

Stephens, James E. 29 Farmer NC

Matilda 29 SC

William 06 AL

Ellender 02 (female) AL

** Living next door to Zachariah Wingard (age 23 - white - AL) and his wife Sarah (age 18 - white) and child Ellender (age 6/12 - female, white)

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Birth: 22 OCT 1820 , Columbus, North Carolina >>

 

1870 Census, Pike County (Beat 10, ) Alabama - page 415B

Household#175

Stephens, James E. 49 Farmer NC

Martha 59 SC

Rebecca 17 AL

** Living next door (household#176) to Mike Wingard (age 20 - black - born in AL) and his wife Sarah (age 19 - black - born in AL).

vii. Benjamin Stephens, born 02 Oct 1821 in SC; died 1881 in FL; married Silence Wilson 16 Mar 1842 in Ramer, Montgomery County, AL; born 02 Jan 1810 in NC; died 29 Sep 1886 in New Zion, Hardee County, FL.

viii. Joseph Stephens, born 02 Oct 1821 in SC; died 1862 in civil war death, burial unknown; married Martha E Davenport 08 Aug 1850 in Montgomery County AL; born 16 May 1831 in Montgomery County Alabama.

More About Joseph Stephens:

Burial: he went against his will and possibly died in an old barn due to illness upon his return in Pine Level Alabama but not confirmed

Notes for Martha E Davenport:

http://www.rootsweb.com/~okchocta/ipp/susan_locke_interview.htm

ix. Sarah Jane Stephens, born 14 Aug 1822 in Columbus, North Carolina; died 06 Jun 1894; married John H Walters 08 Apr 1836 in Pike County Alabama.

x. Mary Jane Stephens, born 1827 in Alabama.

xi. John W Stephens, born 1830 in Chesterfield County SC; died 1895 in Ramer, Montgomery Co., AL, refused to go to war; married (1) Jane; married (2) Martha Coker Abt. 1850 in SC; born 1832 in SC; died 1860 in died giving birth...Ramer, Montgomery Co., AL; married (3) Sarah Elizabeth Spear Burr 15 Aug 1871 in Montgomery AL; born 1847 in Montgomery AL; died 07 Mar 1926 in Calvert TX.

Notes for John W Stephens:

Click here: http://www.rootsweb.com/~cenfiles/al/montgomery/1860/pg00045.txt 358 Stephens John 30 M X Farmer 700 250 SC

13 401 358 Stephens Martha 27 F AL

14 401 358 Stephens Martha 9 F AL

15 401 358 Stephens Salley 7 F AL

16 401 358 Stephens Tillman B. 3 M AL

17 401 358 Stephens Annie S. 1 F AL

18 402 359 Stephens Benjamine *8 M X Farmer 1,000 SC

19 402 359 Stephens Pitance 50 F NC

20 402 359 Stephens James H. 17 M AL

21 402 359 Stephens Charity 16 F AL

22 402 359 Stephens Joseph 12 M AL

23 402 359 Stephens Wilson 10 M

 

 

Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Jno. STEPHENS Self M Male W 46 SC Farmer SC SC

Sarah E. STEPHENS Wife M Female W 33 AL Keeping House SC ---

Anice S. STEPHENS Dau S Female W 20 AL SC AL

Mary Q. STEPHENS Dau S Female W 15 AL SC AL

Lilly D. STEPHENS Dau S Female W 8 AL SC AL

Thos. P. STEPHENS Son S Male W 5 AL SC AL

Edgar STEPHENS Son S Male W 3 AL SC AL

I STEPHENS Son S Male W 6M AL SC AL

Source Information:

Census Place Dublin, Montgomery, Alabama

xii. Hallie Stephens, born 1831 in died giving birth...Ramer, Montgomery Co., AL; died 1861; married unwed to Croft.

xiii. Charles?? Stephens, born 1831.

xiv. Frances Melissa Stephens, born 20 Aug 1831 in sc; died 1916 in Thonotosassa, FL; married (1) Thomas Osmus Rodgers Abt. 1850 in Montgomery AL; born 1824 in GA; died in Civil war death; married (2) George Franklin 08 Oct 1869 in Hillsborough Co, FL; born 1821 in GA; died 08 Sep 1884 in FL; married (3) C S Lambert 13 May 1892 in Hillsborough Co, FL; born 1834; died Bef. 1900.

 

Generation No. 10

528. Major COL John Smith, born 03 Jun 1701 in Gloucester VA; died 01 Dec 1775 in Goochland County Virginia. He was the son of 1056. REV Guy Smith and 1057. Miss Perrin. He married 529. Susanna Ranson 1736 in St James Parish, Goochland, VA.

529. Susanna Ranson, born 1714 in Gloucester VA. She was the daughter of 1058. Captain James Ransone.

Children of Major Smith and Susanna Ranson are:

i. Elizabeth Smith, born in accomac VA; died 1820; married Charles Blalock; born 1748 in albemarle VA; died 1790 in Cumberland NC.

ii. Frances Smith, born 1736 in Goochland Co., VA; died 1813 in bedford county Virginia; married Wm Thomas Hudnall 1757 in Goochland VA; born 1731 in VA; died 1813 in bedford county Virginia.

iii. Robert Smith, born 1740 in Goochland Co., VA.

264 iv. Thomas Smith, born 07 Aug 1745 in Goochland County Virginia; died 1814 in Bedford County VA; married Elizabeth Haynes 1788 in Bedford County Virginia.

v. Wm Smith, born 1752 in Goochland Co., VA; died 1848 in Franklin VA; married Florentine McDaniel.

vi. Philemon Smith, born 1756 in Goochland Co., VA; died 1815 in Franklin County, Virginia; married Nancy Abshire 1795 in Franklin Co VA; born 1757.

vii. Nancy Smith, born 29 Nov 1756 in Goochland Co., VA; died 1794 in Bedford County Virginia.

 

536. Vinyard Bond, died 1762 in New Bern, North Carolina.

Children of Vinyard Bond are:

i. Sarah Bond

268 ii. Sweeting Svealing Bond, born 1750 in Dublin Ireland; married Ann Larkins.

 

540. Stephen Stone He married 541. Kezziah.

541. Kezziah

Child of Stephen Stone and Kezziah is:

270 i. Esubius Stone, married Mary Duke.

 

546. William Brintle He married 547. Agnes Hastings.

547. Agnes Hastings

Child of William Brintle and Agnes Hastings is:

273 i. Mary Brinkle, born 1765; died in Marshall Co TN; married James ? Owen Ballard 06 Sep 1783 in Warrenton Warren County NC.

 

560. James Craig, born 1735 in York PA; died 1803 in blount county TN.

Children of James Craig are:

i. Samuel Craig

ii. David Craig

280 iii. John Craig, born Abt. 1790; married Martha.

 

568. Isaac Pennington, born 1720 in VA or PA; died 1760 in berkley South Carolina. He was the son of 1136. Abraham Pennington and 1137. Catherine Williams. He married 569. Mary 1737.

569. Mary, born 1720 in berkley South Carolina.

Children of Isaac Pennington and Mary are:

i. Mary Pennington

ii. Rebecca Pennington

iii. Lydia Pennington

iv. Cassiah Pennington

v. Rachel Pennington

vi. Alice Pennington

vii. Isaac Pennington

viii. Charity Pennington

284 ix. Jacob Pennington, born 1755 in berkley South Carolina; died 1801 in Logan KY; married Kesiah.

 

612. Henry Wise, born 1700.

Children of Henry Wise are:

i. Wm Wise

ii. John Wise

iii. Jacob Wise

iv. Francis Wise, born 1735.

306 v. Henry Wise, born 1750; died 1822 in Edgefield County South Carolina; married Rebecca.

 

624. John Hereferd, born 1698. He married 625. Jean Barnes.

625. Jean Barnes, born 1694 in Maryland.

Child of John Hereferd and Jean Barnes is:

312 i. John Hereferd, born 1729 in alexandria, Fairfax County, VA; died 1793 in Leesburg, Loudon Co., VA; married Margaret Ammon 1756.

 

626. Thomas Ammon, born in Va. He married 627. Sarah Edrington.

627. Sarah Edrington, born in VA.

Child of Thomas Ammon and Sarah Edrington is:

313 i. Margaret Ammon, born 1735 in Leesburg, Loudon Co., VA; married John Hereferd 1756.

 

796. Samuel II Sturgeon, born Abt. 1706 in Ireland; died Mar 1750 in Dauphin City, PA.. He was the son of 1592. Samuel I Sturgeon and 1593. Unknown. He married 797. Sarah Ferguson Abt. 1729.

797. Sarah Ferguson

Notes for Samuel II Sturgeon:

John(I) STURGEON

Sex: M

Birth: ABT. 1722 in Ireland

Death: ABT. 1832 in Hart County, Kentucky

Father: Samuel STURGEON b: 1680 in Northern Ireland

Marriage 1 Elenor INDIAN

Married: ABT. 1745 in Lancaster County, PennsylvaniaChildren

James(I) STURGEON b: 1758 in Pennsylvania

Jeremiah STURGEON b: ABT. 1757 in Pennsylvania

John(II) STURGEON b: 25 DEC 1766 in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania

Mary S. STURGEON b: ABT. 1775 in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania

Robert STURGEON b: in Kentucky

Martha STURGEON

Nelly STURGEON

Sarah STURGEON

 

Children of Samuel Sturgeon and Sarah Ferguson are:

i. Jean Sturgeon

 

 

398 ii. Sturgeon Thomas, born 07 Aug 1731 in Donegal Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.; died 18 May 1813 in Mifflintown, Mifflin Co., PA; married Margaret Corbett 16 Aug 1750 in Lancaster Co., PA..

iii. Sarah Sturgeon, born 01 Sep 1739 in Donegal Twp., Lancaster Co., PA.; died Jun 1809 in Paxtang Twp., Daophin Co., PA.; married 26 Jul 1759.

 

 

798. Peter Corbet

 

Child of Peter Corbet is:

399 i. Margaret Corbett, born Abt. 1735; died 28 Sep 1818 in Mifflintown, Mifflin Co., PA; married Sturgeon Thomas 16 Aug 1750 in Lancaster Co., PA..

 

800. John Miller He married 801. Mary McDonnel.

801. Mary McDonnel

Child of John Miller and Mary McDonnel is:

400 i. Alexander Miller, born 1720 in Antrim Ireland; married Jane Evans.

 

802. David Evans He married 803. Jane Norton.

803. Jane Norton

Child of David Evans and Jane Norton is:

401 i. Jane Evans, born 1724 in Glasgow, Scotland; married Alexander Miller.

 

808. John Lloyd, born 1704 in London England. He was the son of 1616. Lloyd. He married 809. Prudence Embrey 1742 in Orange County, VA.

809. Prudence Embrey, born Abt. 1720 in London England. She was the daughter of 1618. George Emery and 1619. Catherin Thomas.

Children of John Lloyd and Prudence Embrey are:

i. Thomas Lloyd, born 1744 in Frederick Co VA; died 1805 in Frederick Co VA; married Patience McCracken; born 1744 in Frederick Co VA; died 1797.

404 ii. John Emrey Lloyd, born 27 Feb 1747 in Calmes Neck, Fredrick County, VA; died Oct 1785 in Green County /Hancock GA; married Sarah Stuard Abt. 1768.

iii. James Lloyd, born 1752 in Frederick Co VA; married Mary Stuard 1769; born 1752.

iv. Lydia Lloyd, born 1755; married Reuben Northern; born 1751.

v. Alcey Lloyd, born 1759; married John Williams.

Notes for John Williams:

Name: Sanford WILLIAMS

Sex: M

Birth: abt 1850 in Near New Liberty, Owen, KY 1

Note:

1880 Census includes:

Mollie Williams, age 14 (b. abt 1866 KY) and Mattie Williams, age 12 (b. about 1868 KY). Appear to be too old to be Fannie's children and they are not on the group sheet information from Flora Williams (via Doris Shell Gill). Are they Sanford's children by an earlier wife?

Under revision: Sanford WILLIAMS, Fannie WARE, Other WAREs, and MORTON

2 2 3

Father: Cherokee INDIAN b: in KY

Mother: Mary?, African AMERICAN b: in VA

Marriage 1 Fannie WARE b: ABT 1855 in KY

Married: - 4

Children

Gus WILLIAMS b: ABT 1870 in KY

Walter WILLIAMS b: ABT 1872 in KY

Porter WILLIAMS b: ABT 1876 in KY

Kate Kitty? WILLIAMS b: ABT 1879 in KY

Clarence Cavella WILLIAMS b: 15 AUG 1884 in Bromley, Owen, KY

Fred WILLIAMS b: -

Matt WILLIAMS b: -

Molly WILLIAMS b: -

Ora WILLIAMS b: -

Virgil WILLIAMS b: -

vi. George Emrey Lloyd, born 1759; married Nancy Ann Brown 1787; born 1762 in Fauquier Virginia.

vii. Joseph Lloyd, born 1761; died 1848 in Bullitt Co KY; married Frances Brown 1797; born 1775 in VA; died 1822 in Bullitt Co KY.

 

810. William Stewart, died Abt. 1800 in Georgia. He married 811. Rachel.

811. Rachel

Notes for William Stewart:

Provided material aid during the American Revolution. Records at the Henry Co. VA courthouse show:

William Stewart is also allowed for 200 lbs. beef, 2 bushels corn, 11 diets, and pasturage for 45 head of cattle furnished the said com'r as appears by cert.

William Stewart is allowed for 45 bushels of corn furnished the hospital at Colonel Perkins' under the direction of Dr. Brown.

William Stewart is also allowed for 8 diets for the same.

Moved to Wilkes Co. GA in 1784, along with the Lloyd brothers (John and James) and son Charles' family.

Children of William Stewart and Rachel are:

405 i. Sarah Stuard, married John Emrey Lloyd Abt. 1768.

ii. John Stuard

iii. Elizabeth Stuard

iv. Mary Stuard, born 1752; married James Lloyd 1769; born 1752 in Frederick Co VA.

v. Charles Stuard, born 1757.

 

812. Thomas Rucker, born Abt. 1705 in Culpepper, Orange Co., VA; died Abt. 1763. He was the son of 1624. Peter Rucker and 1625. Elizabeth UNKNOWN. He married 813. Elizabeth Reynolds.

813. Elizabeth Reynolds, born Abt. 1714 in VA; died 1788. She was the daughter of 1626. Cornelius Reynolds and 1627. Martha Beasley.

Children of Thomas Rucker and Elizabeth Reynolds are:

406 i. Thomas Rucker, married Elizabeth Tinsley.

ii. Frances Rucker

iii. Peter Rucker

iv. William Rucker

v. Mary Rucker

vi. Martha Rucker

vii. Esther Rucker

viii. Cornelius Rucker

ix. John Rucker

x. George Rucker

xi. Elizabeth Rucker

xii. Isaac Rucker

816. Samuel II Parker, born 10 Aug 1707 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA. He was the son of 1632. Samuel Parker. He married 817. Hannah Wyman 10 May 1725 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA.

817. Hannah Wyman, born 10 Oct 1696 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA. She was the daughter of 1634. Samuel Wyman and 1635. Rebecca Johnson.

Children of Samuel Parker and Hannah Wyman are:

i. Ephraim Parker, born 1726.

ii. Nicholas Parker, born 1728.

408 iii. Archelaus Parker, born 05 Aug 1735 in Sutton, Worcester, MA; died 06 Oct 1818 in MA; married Bette Richardson Abt. 1773.

 

820. James Tefft, born 21 Apr 1715 in Richmond, Washington Co., RI. He was the son of 1640. John Tefft and 1641. Joanna Sprague. He married 821. Martha Sheffield.

821. Martha Sheffield, born 29 Sep 1719.

Children of James Tefft and Martha Sheffield are:

i. James Tefft, married Mary Westcott.

ii. Gideon Tefft

iii. George Tefft, married Mary.

iv. Rufus Tefft

v. Martha Tefft, married John Whitford.

vi. Mary Tefft

vii. Patience Tefft

410 viii. Reverend Edmond Tefft, born 1762 in Albany NY; died 1780 in NY State; married Mary Mercy Sweet.

 

822. David Sweet, born 23 Jul 1716 in North Kingston, Washington, RI. He was the son of 1644. John Sweet and 1645. Catherine. He married 823. Mary or Mercy.

823. Mary or Mercy She was the daughter of 1646. John Sweet and 1647. Lydia Whaley.

Children of David Sweet and Mary Mercy are:

i. Elnathan Sweet

ii. Catherine Sweet, born in NY; died in NY; married Rowland Stafford.

iii. Eunice Sweet

iv. Amos Sweet

v. Johnathon Sweet, born 1748 in East Greenwich, Kent Co., RI; died 1806 in Granville NY; married Ruth Nichols; born Abt. 1752 in North Kingston, Washington, RI; died 1814 in Granville NY.

Notes for Johnathon Sweet:

Served in the Revolutionary War as a Private in the 16th Reg., Albany Co, Militia. The 16th Regiment Infantry was organized at Albany, N.Y., and mustered in for two years May 15, 1861, leaving the State for Washington, D.C., June 27.

Mustered out May 22, 1863, expiration of term. Three years' men transferred to the 121st New York Infantry.

Jonathan made his will 3 April, 1806. It was proved at Granville, Washington Co, New York, 8 December, 1806. He left all of his goods, chattels and estates to his wife, Ruth, and made the following bequests to children:

Enoch, $125; Alanson, $125; Stephen, $5; David, $5; Jonathan, $5;

and to his daughter, Ruth Osborn, $5; to granddaughter, Sally Soaper, $5.

vi. David Sweet, born 1750.

vii. John Sweet, born 1753.

411 viii. Mary Mercy Sweet, born 1762 in Albany NY-Indian Country; died Abt. 1780; married Reverend Edmond Tefft.

 

832. Christopher Confeld, born 1718 in Holland; died in Pennsylvania.

Notes for Christopher Confeld:

BIOGRAPHY: Notes for CHRISTOPHER CONFELD:

BIOGRAPHY: THE FACTS RE: CHRISTOPHER CONFELD ARE NOT PROVEN, BUT BY THE PROCESS OF ELIMENATION AND ASSUMPTION THEY ARE A VERY GOOD POSSIBILITY. INFORMATION BY MAXINE COONFIELD

BIOGRAPHY: CHRISTOPHER CONFELD ARRIVED IN AMERICA SEPTEMBER 9, 1738, ON THE SHIP GLASGOW FROM HOLLAND AND ENGLAND. SINCE YOUNG MEN OFTEN SAILED TO AMERICA AT A VERY YOUNG AGE, CHRISTOPHER COULD HAVE BEEN BORN ANYWHERE BETWEEN 1718-1723. (MOST OF THE KNOWN COONFIELDS CLAIM TO BE PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH, WHICH MEANS THEIR DUTCH, ENGLISH, AND GERMAN ANCESTORS SETTLED IN PENNSYLVANIA.)

BIOGRAPHY: IN ALL PROBABILITY THE ROBERT CONFILDT IN THE 1800 PENNSYLVANIA CENSUS IS A SON OF CHRISTOPHER, WHO COULD BE THE "OVER FIFTY" MAN LIVING IN ROBERT'S HOME AT THE TIME. SINCE JACOB CONFAIR AND JOHN COONFIELD HAVE THE SAME BIRTH YEAR (1775), AND TWINS RUN IN THE FAMILY, THEY COULD VERY WELL BE THE TWIN SONS OF ROBERT. I ALSO BELIEVE ISAAC (1780) IS A SON OF ROBERT. MARTIN COULD BE EITHER THE SON OF ISAAC OR ONE OF THE TWINS, AS HIS BIRTHYEAR IS 1800. SOME OF ISAAC'S CHILDREN ARE : MARTIN (1800?), SUSANNAH (1803?), JAMES (1806), ISAAC (1808), MILLICENT (1813) AND LANARAH (1811).

 

BIOGRAPHY: Child of CHRISTOPHER CONFELD is:

BIOGRAPHY: 2. i. ROBERT J.2 COONFELDT, b. 1755, PENNSYLVANIA; d. WFT Est. 1784-1846.

BIOGRAPHY:

 

 

BIRTH:

Volume 31 Pedigree # 161

 

 

BIRTH:

BIRTH: Generation No. 1

 

BIRTH: 1. CHRISTOPHER1 CONFELD was born Abt. 1718, and died WFT Est. 1758-1809.

BIRTH: Notes for CHRISTOPHER CONFELD:

BIRTH: THE FACTS RE: CHRISTOPHER CONFELD ARE NOT PROVEN, BUT BY THE PROCESS OF ELIMENATION AND ASSUMPTION THEY ARE A VERY GOOD POSSIBILITY. INFORMATION BY MAXINE COONFIELD

BIRTH: CHRISTOPHER CONFELD ARRIVED IN AMERICA SEPTEMBER 9, 1738, ON THE SHIP GLASGOW FROM HOLLAND AND ENGLAND. SINCE YOUNG MEN OFTEN SAILED TO AMERICA AT A VERY YOUNG AGE, CHRISTOPHER COULD HAVE BEEN BORN ANYWHERE BETWEEN 1718-1723. (MOST OF THE KNOWN COONFIELDS CLAIM TO BE PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH, WHICH MEANS THEIR DUTCH, ENGLISH, AND GERMAN ANCESTORS SETTLED IN PENNSYLVANIA.)

BIRTH: IN ALL PROBABILITY THE ROBERT CONFILDT IN THE 1800 PENNSYLVANIA CENSUS IS A SON OF CHRISTOPHER, WHO COULD BE THE "OVER FIFTY" MAN LIVING IN ROBERT'S HOME AT THE TIME. SINCE JACOB CONFAIR AND JOHN COONFIELD HAVE THE SAME BIRTH YEAR (1775), AND TWINS RUN IN THE FAMILY, THEY COULD VERY WELL BE THE TWIN SONS OF ROBERT. I ALSO BELIEVE ISAAC (1780) IS A SON OF ROBERT. MARTIN COULD BE EITHER THE SON OF ISAAC OR ONE OF THE TWINS, AS HIS BIRTHYEAR IS 1800. SOME OF ISAAC'S CHILDREN ARE : MARTIN (1800?), SUSANNAH (1803?), JAMES (1806), ISAAC (1808), MILLICENT (1813) AND LANARAH (1811).

 

BIRTH: Child of CHRISTOPHER CONFELD is:

BIRTH: 2. i. ROBERT J.2 COONFELDT, b. 1755, PENNSYLVANIA; d. WFT Est. 1784-1846.

BIRTH:

BIRTH: Generation No. 2

 

BIRTH: 2. ROBERT J.2 COONFELDT (CHRISTOPHER1 CONFELD) was born 1755 in PENNSYLVANIA, and died WFT Est. 1784-1846.

 

BIRTH: Children of ROBERT J. COONFELDT are:

BIRTH: 3. i. ISAAC COONFIELD3 SR, b. 1780, PENNSYLVANIA; d. Abt. 1830, MARION, INDIANA.

BIRTH: ii. JACOB COONFELDT, b. 1774; d. WFT Est. 1775-1864.

BIRTH: iii. JOHN COONFELDT, b. 1774; d. WFT Est. 1775-1864.

BIRTH:

BIRTH: Generation No. 3

 

BIRTH: 3. ISAAC COONFIELD3 SR (ROBERT J.2 COONFELDT, CHRISTOPHER1 CONFELD) was born 1780 in PENNSYLVANIA, and died Abt. 1830 in MARION, INDIANA. He married BARSHEBA (CLARK?)? WFT Est. 1792-1821. She was born Abt. 1770, and died Abt. 1840 in INDIANA.

BIRTH: Notes for ISAAC COONFIELD SR:

BIRTH: 1810 CENSUS LISTED IN HENRY CO, NEW CASTLE, KENTUCKY

BIRTH: ISAAC COONFIELD HAD 2 MALES UNDER 10 YEARS

BIRTH: 1 MALE 27-40 (HIMSELF AS HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD)

BIRTH: 2 FEMALES UNDER 10 YEARS

BIRTH: 1 FEMALE 27-40 (WIFE OF HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD)

 

BIRTH: Children of ISAAC SR and BARSHEBA (CLARK?)? are:

BIRTH: i. MARTIN4 COONFIELD, b. 1800, KENTUCKY; d. WFT Est. 1817-1890; m. ANNE, WFT Est. 1817-1850; b. WFT Est. 1796-1816; d. WFT Est. 1817-1900.

BIRTH: 4. ii. SUSANNAH COONFIELD, b. January 22, 1799, KENTUCKY; d. February 14, 1875.

BIRTH: 5. iii. JAMES P. COONFIELD, b. March 3, 1808, HENRY CO, KENTUCKY; d. July 3, 1866, INDIANA.

BIRTH: 6. iv. ISAAC BENJAMIN COONFIELD JR, b. May 11, 1808, HENRY CO, KENTUCKY; d. December 12, 1879, BENTON CO, VAUGHN, ARKANSAS.

BIRTH: v. LANARAH COONFIELD, b. 1811, KENTUCKY; d. 1852; m. ARCHIBALD L. CLARK, December 22, 1823, MARIAN, INDIANA; b. WFT Est. 1779-1810; d. WFT Est. 1829-1897.

BIRTH: 7. vi. MILLICENT COONFIELD, b. 1813, HENRY CO, KENTUCKY; d. December 23, 1880, WABASH, INDIANA.

BIRTH:

BIRTH: Generation No. 4

 

BIRTH: 4. SUSANNAH4 COONFIELD (ISAAC COONFIELD3 SR, ROBERT J.2 COONFELDT, CHRISTOPHER1 CONFELD) was born January 22, 1799 in KENTUCKY, and died February 14, 1875. She married OBEDIAH CLARK December 4, 1829 in MARIAN, INDIANA. He was born September 11, 1789 in VIRGINIA, and died February 8, 1875.

 

BIRTH: Children of SUSANNAH COONFIELD and OBEDIAH CLARK are:

BIRTH: i. ADALINA5 CLARK, b. January 29, 1822; d. WFT Est. 1823-1916.

BIRTH: ii. JOHN B. CLARK, b. September 17, 1824; d. September 17, 1824.

BIRTH: iii. ELIZABETH CLARK, b. March 27, 1826; d. 1898, ILLINOIS; m. JARED TRACY, 1848, MORGAN CO, INDIANA; b. WFT Est. 1802-1828; d. WFT Est. 1853-1915.

BIRTH: iv. LUCY ANN CLARK, b. January 25, 1828; d. April 1861.

BIRTH: v. MILLIE C. CLARK, b. January 30, 1831; d. WFT Est. 1845-1925; m. MOORE, WFT Est. 1845-1878; b. WFT Est. 1814-1834; d. WFT Est. 1848-1920.

BIRTH: vi. MARTHA ELLEN CLARK, b. March 20, 1856, MARIAN INDIANA; d. WFT Est. 1857-1950; m. PEMBROKE PALMER, March 20, 1856, MUSCATINS, IOWA; b. WFT Est. 1811-1845; d. April 23, 1900.

BIRTH: vii. CHARLES R. CLARK, b. May 27, 1836; d. WFT Est. 1837-1926.

BIRTH: viii. ISAAC WILLIAM CLARK, b. April 1, 1838; d. WFT Est. 1839-1928.

BIRTH: ix. JENNIE CLARK, b. April 1, 1840; d. Abt. 1930; m. ANDREW MOORE, 1898; b. WFT Est. 1827-1878; d. WFT Est. 1901-1963.

BIRTH:

More About Christopher Confeld:

Record Change: 26 Sep 2003

Child of Christopher Confeld is:

416 i. Robert James? Coonfeldt, born 1755 in Pennsylvania.

 

836. Archilbald Clark, born 1740 in Ireland.

Children of Archilbald Clark are:

i. Samuel Clark

ii. Gabriel Clark

iii. Archibald Clark

iv. Nancy Clark

418 v. Clark, born 1740 in Ireland.

 

840. David Epperson, born 1734; died 1799. He was the son of 1680. John Epperson and 1681. Elizabeth. He married 841. Hannah Thompson.

841. Hannah Thompson

Children of David Epperson and Hannah Thompson are:

i. David Epperson

ii. Francis Epperson

iii. Thompson Epperson

iv. James Epperson

v. Wm Epperson

vi. Robert Epperson

vii. Charles Epperson

viii. Lucy Jane Epperson

ix. Susannah Epperson

x. Judith Epperson

xi. Elizabeth Epperson

420 xii. John Epperson, born Abt. 1761 in albemarle VA; died 1817; married Elizabeth Bowen 1788 in Albemarle VA.

 

846. William Van Cleave, born 1743 in NJ; died 1786 in KY. He was the son of 1692. Aaron Van Cleave and 1693. Rachel Schenk. He married 847. Abigail Frost.

847. Abigail Frost, born 1744 in NJ; died in KY. She was the daughter of 1694. William Frost.

Children of William Van Cleave and Abigail Frost are:

i. Sarah Sally Van Cleave

ii. Samuel Van Cleave

iii. Ebeneezer Van Cleave

iv. Elizabeth Van Cleave

v. Jane Van Cleave

vi. Johnathon Van Cleave

vii. Phebe Van Cleave

viii. William Van Cleave

ix. John James Van Cleave

423 x. Mary Van Cleave, born 1772 in NC; married John George Teeters 1788 in KY.

 

864. Little, born in Scotland.

Child of Little is:

432 i. Captain George Little, born 1733 in Scotland, came to America at age 21, SEE History of Daviees County KY 1883, page 129; died Feb 1815 in KY, exempt from poll tax due to war injury, DAR Patriot; married (2) a Scottish Mary Abt. 1750 in Dumphriees Scotland; married (3) Mary Molly Handley Douglass 1791 in SC.

There is a possibility that George arrived in America with several brothers which may include the Jonas who also served in the American Revolution and a Joseph or John or William, as he had named his sons by those names and the elders were found on the 1790 census of South Carolina so there must be some connection.

 

870. George Handley, born Abt. 1729 in scotland. He married 871. Martha Mason.

871. Martha Mason, born 1729 in Ireland. She was the daughter of 1742. James Mason and 1743. Martha.

Children of George Handley and Martha Mason are:

i. George Handley, born 1750; died Aft. 1810 in Virginia.

ii. Samuel Handley, born 1751; died in Bullitt Kentucky.

iii. Capt John Handley, born 1754 in DAR, Surveyor, helped to open up southern Daviees County to settlers.; died 1816 in McLean County, KY; married Rachel or Mary? Harrison.

Notes for Capt John Handley:

*

After her husband's death, went to Kanawha county with her son Isaac. She is buried in Guyandotte Cemetery, near Huntington WV, Died 12/4/1829 in her 84th year. Grave was marked by the DAR. John was in the American Revolution and Major in the Virginia Militia 1793.le B 2M AL AL AL

iv. Rachel Handley, born 1756 in scotland; died in Kentucky; married Anthony Thompson 1779; born in 1st Justice of the Peace in the region; died in Kentucky.

435 v. Mary Molly Handley, born 1760 in born asea from Scotland to PA then to SC about 1787; died 1850 in Van Meters Spring, KY; married (1) Edward Atterbury; married (2) Alexander Douglass Abt. 1780 in Probably Philadelphia Pennsylvania; married (3) Captain George Little 1791 in SC.

 

874. Shubael Shelley, born 1732 in Guilford, New Haven, Ct. He was the son of 1748. John Shelley and 1749. Jerusha Leete. He married 875. Abigail Royce Rice 1753.

875. Abigail Royce Rice, born in a previous widow. She was the daughter of 1750. Ezekial Royce and 1751. Abigail Aling.

Notes for Abigail Royce Rice:

Abigail ROYCE 1 2

Sex: F

Death: 13 JUN 1819 1

Burial: JUN 1819

Father: Ezekiel ROYCE

Mother: Abigail ALING

Marriage 1 Unknown RICE

Marriage 2 Shubael SHELLEY b: 1732 in Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut

Married: 31 JAN 1764 in Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut 1 3

Children

Jerusha SHELLEY b: 1 AUG 1765

Shubael SHELLEY b: 26 AUG 1766

Mary SHELLEY b: 18 APR 1768

Asa SHELLEY b: 20 MAY 1769

Esther SHELLEY b: 3 JUL 1770

Lucy SHELLEY b: 12 AUG 1771

Phinehas SHELLEY b: 11 MAR 1773 in Connecticut

Salmon SHELLEY b: 31 MAY 1774

Haynes SHELLEY b: 1776

Sources:

Title: New England Historic and Genealogy Register: Vol. 60

Author: Compiled by Hon. Ralph D. Smith and communicated by Dr. Bernard C. Striner

Note: Citation is included in the Oct. 1906 edition of this series, and is found in the section entitled "Robert Shelley, or Shelly, of Scituate and Barnstable, Mass., and his Descendants"

Repository:

Call Number:

Media: Book

Page: 334

Title: Passengers on the "Lion" from England to Boston, 1632, and Five Generations of Their Descendants

Author: Sandra Sutphin Olney

Publication: Heritage Books, Inc.: Bowie, Maryland, 1992

Repository:

Note: Michigan State Library, Lansing, MI

Call Number:

Media: Book

Page: 483

Text: Abigail Royce

Title: Passengers on the "Lion" from England to Boston, 1632, and Five Generations of Their Descendants

Author: Sandra Sutphin Olney

Publication: Heritage Books, Inc.: Bowie, Maryland, 1992

Repository:

Note: Michigan State Library, Lansing, MI

Call Number:

Media: Book

Page: 483

Child of Shubael Shelley and Abigail Rice is:

437 i. Esther, born Abt. 1770 in Branford, New Haven, Connecticut; married Thomas Wright 04 Sep 1797 in Branford, New Haven, Connecticut.

 

876. Martin Weatherford, born Abt. 1720 in Virginia and they moved about 1757 to Augusta GA where he had a large corn plantation and slaves; died 1805 in See Georgia Land Lottery. He was the son of 1752. Richard R Weatherford. He married 877. Mary Half Blood 1747.

877. Mary Half Blood, born in they were all Banished from Georgia.

Notes for Martin Weatherford:

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Wife

Mary Half Blood Pedigree

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Children

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1. James Weatherford Pedigree

Male

Birth: 1750 , Lunenburg, Virginia

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2. Charles Weatherford Pedigree

Male

Birth: 1752 , Lunenburg, Virginia

Christening:

Death:

Burial:

 

 

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3. John Weatherford Pedigree

Male

Birth: 1754 , Lunenburg, Virginia

Christening:

Death:

Burial:

 

Martin Weatherford Compact Disc #57 Pin #401776

Sex: M

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Event(s):

Birth: 1728 Place: VA

Death: 1805 Place: Bahamas

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Parents:

Father: Richard Weatherford Disc #57 Pin #401782

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Marriage(s):

Spouse: Isabella Disc #57 Pin #401781

 

Spouse: Mary Disc #57 Pin #401777

Marriage: Place:

 

 

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Other Event(s):

Emigrated: abt 1800 Place: Bahamas

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Personal Information:

Residence:1757 Place: Augusta,GA

More About Martin Weatherford:

Burial: Died in Bahamas

Notes for Mary Half Blood:

Martin Weatherford

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Event(s):

Birth: 1726 , James City, Virginia

Christening:

Death: MAR 1805 , , Virginia

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Spouse: Mary Half Blood Family

Marriage: 1747 , , Virginia

Children of Martin Weatherford and Mary Blood are:

i. Catherine Weatherford

ii. James Weatherford, born 1750.

438 iii. Charles Weatherford, born Abt. 1752 in Charlotte, VA to the Alabama River in Montgomery before 1778 with his friend Samuel Mims.; died in Fort Benning Georgia; married (2) Sehoy 1780 in Baldwin Alabama. Some say that he died in Georgia at Fort Benning and some say that after he created many children by many women, that he went back to Scotland, then there is a chance that he joined his father in the Bahamas, as this author does not see any connection to Scotland .

iv. John William Weatherford, born 1754.

 

 

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880. Nicholas Crigler, born Abt. 1723 in Germanna, Spotsylvania VA; died in on rent rolls Culpepper County VA in 1764. He was the son of 1760. Jacob Kriegler and 1761. Susannah Weaver Klore. He married 881. Margaret Kaifer.

881. Margaret Kaifer

Notes for Nicholas Crigler:

ID: I0337

Name: Nicholas CRIGLER

Sex: M

Birth: ABT. 1723 in Germanna, Spotsylvania County, Virginia

Death: UNKNOWN

Will: recorded Madisan Co, VA/will bk 3, pg 1

Note: Per Sally J. Walker FTM site, 02-05-1999: "Nicholas is established as a Patriot who furnished supplies to the Army during the American Revolution. (Ref: Virginia State Library, Richmond, RA, "Culpeper Pulbic Claims Book II, Requistion No. C 4603.")"

Father: Jacob KRIEGLER b: 1700 in Dittsmansdorf, Silesia

Mother: Susannah CLORE b: ABT. 1692 in Gemmingen, Wuerttemberg, Germany

Marriage 1 Margaret KAIFER b: UNKNOWN in Virginia

Married: 1749

Note: Per Sally J. Walker FTM site, 02-05-1999: "Nicholas and Margaret Crigler communed together at Hebron Lutheran Church from 1776 until 1795. Their children were christened there."

Children

Elizabeth CRIGLER b: 8 AUG 1750 in Culpeper County, Virginia

Aaron CRIGLER b: 9 JUL 1756 in Culpeper County, Virginia

Margaret CRIGLER b: 8 MAR 1759 in Culpeper County, Virginia

Nicholas CRIGLER b: 14 APR 1762 in Culpeper County, Virginia

Susanna CRIGLER b: 13 SEP 1764 in Culpeper County, Virginia

Anna Margaret CRIGLER b: 16 DEC 1768 in Culpeper County, Virginia

Abraham CRIGLER b: 3 JUN 1771 in Culpeper County, Virginia

Children of Nicholas Crigler and Margaret Kaifer are:

i. Aaron Crigler, married Catherine.

ii. Ludwig Lewis Crigler

iii. Nicholas Crigler

iv. Susannah Crigler

v. Anna Margaret Crigler

vi. Elizabeth Crigler, born 1750 in Culpepper County VA; married Adam Crisler.

vii. Margaret Crigler, born 1758 in Culpepper County VA; married Benjamin Gaar.

viii. Jacob Crigler, born 1760; married Rebecca Ann Everhart.

Notes for Jacob Crigler:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE DEATH OF FATHER CARPENTER, HIS SUCCESSOR, AND HIS FAMILY

CHAPTER VI

 

On the 10th. of July, 1832, Father Carpenter wrote a letter to the Rev. Jacob Crigler, of Berlin, Pa., in which he says, "I have now been preaching the blessed gospel for a space of 45 years this last spring, I was 25 years old when I began and am now a little upwards of three score and ten, and according to the course of nature and my feelings, cannot possibly hold out much longer. We may indeed expect miracles. I have often had heavy thoughts about my little congregation here in the wilderness." He then urges the Rev. Jacob Crigler to come and take charge of the congregation, stating that if he could not come directly, it would still give him great satisfaction if he could have a well grounded hope that he would come in a few years. In speaking of a communion season in the letter, he says, "On Whitsunday, we had the sacrament of our church and I had the pleasure of seeing your old father-in-law, your two brothers and their wives at the communion table, but too many of the members stood back, that I could have wished to have seen there. There were only 21 communicants and a few years back I had as many as 62." In less than a year afterwards, Feb. 18, 1833, Father Carpenter went to his rest and reward, and his faithful labors on earth were closed forever

Dr. Wolf, in his excellent book, in speaking of the faithfulness and zeal of the early fathers in the church, says, "Thus rolled a wave of missionary operations till it reached, before the close of the century, the very summit of the Alleghenies, but the mountains themselves form no barriers to the spread of the gospel, and weak and poorly organized as was the church, the oppressive spirit of Christianity moved it to follow the streams of immigration and to plant the cross on the wild prairies of the west. One of the noblest of these pioneers was Father Carpenter who, after serving for 26 years at the old Hebron Church in Madison County, Virginia, followed a colony of his own congregation to Boone County, Ky. This little band had kept up religious meetings in their humble cabins for eight years, when Father Carpenter paid them a visit to catechize the children and administer the sacraments. He felt constrained to cast his lot among them and for 20 years to the close of his life in 1833, he exercised his ministry in that remote region. (Dr. Wolf does not seems to be aware of precious visits and the building of the cabin church in 1807). See Chapter III

After the death of Father Carpenter, the church was vacant for about 14 months. The Rev. Jacob Crigler moved here in April, 1834. Jacob Crigler or "Kreigler," as he still spelled his name in 1826 (see minutes of West Penn's Synod) was a son of Aaron and Catherine Crigler, and was born in Madison County, Virginia, Jan 15, 1778. Before coming to Ky., he had been pastor for some years at Berlin, Pa., where he was one of the founders of the West Penn's Synod; which was organized at Berlin, Pa., Sept. 9, 1826. The Synod then embraced all the territory west of the Susquehanna River, and had but 25 clerical members, 17 of them were present at the organization. Now the West Penn's Synod embraces but four counties, Adams, York, Cumberland, and Franklin, and has 97 ministers and 23,056 communicants, while on its former territory there are three other synods belonging to the General Synod, with 169 ministers and 32,745 communicants, besides thousands of active Lutherans, who belong to the other general bodies. Father Crigler was first married to Lydia Utz, on her 18th. birthday, Jan. 15, 1799. She died Jul. 15, 1805, leaving him with two children, Silas and Eleanor. A third child, Enoch, died a month before his mother, when only four months old. Silas Crigler married Catherine Zimmerman, Oct. 23, 1836. He and his wife, both were members of Hopeful Church, but before his death he moved to Morrow County, Missouri. Eleanor Crigler was married to Alexander H. Philson, of Berlin, Pa., Mar. 12, 1829 and she was a member of the Lutheran Church, at that place throughout her useful life, which was closed July 23, 1871, when her age was 71 years, 11 months and 23 days

 

Father Crigler was married a second time, Sept. 20, 1808 to Nellie Tanner, daughter of Frederick Tanner. She lived until Feb. 12, 1855, when she fell asleep, aged 66 yrs, 1 month and 4 days

They had twelve children, Noah, Lydia, who married Joel Tanner, Mary Ann, who married Henry Rouse, Julia, who married Aaron Crigler, Son of Lewis Crigler, Susan, who married William Rouse, Harriet, who married Rev. Jacob Straffer, Aaron Frederick, Catherine Jane, and Martin Luther, both of whom died before the age of six years. Philip Melancthon, William Yager, and Emeline Philson, the only one born in Boone County, where she died July 27, 1851, when not yet 17 years old

All the children who came to years of maturity became active members in the Lutheran Church, all of them were members in this charge but Mrs. Harriet Straffer; for many years before her death, which occurred recently in Cincinnati, held her membership in the first Lutheran Church of that city. For some years before his death, William Y. Crigler lived in Harrodsburg, Ky., but he remained an active member at Hopeful Church until his death, Feb. 20, 1894, always endeavoring to come back once a year at least to communion and contributing regularly to the church's support. Only one of his children, Philip Melancthon, is still living. He is a faithful member of the Hopeful Church, and when younger, never missed a service without some imperative reason. F

or long years he was a familiar figure as he rode horseback to and from the church. W. Y. Crigler, who was born in Berlin, Pa., Sept. 15, 1831, was confirmed at Hopeful Church, Jan. 27, 1856. He died at Harrodsburg. Ky., Feb. 20, 1891. He was an esteemed citizen of Florence, Ky., for many years and not only served the church in various official capacities, but by faithful service and excellent character contributed much to the success. After moving away he retained active membership in Hopeful Church though generously helping every worthy cause where he lived

Two brothers of Father Crigler, Lewis and Nicholas Crigler, moved to Boone County before he did, and shortly after he came, two others, Joel and Jonas Crigler, moved here. A sister Annie Soures married here also, but remained only a short time before going to Indiana.

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440 ix. Abraham Crigler, born 03 Jun 1771 in Culpepper County VA; died in Knetucky; married Lydia Carpenter 1795.

 

882. Michael Carpenter, born Abt. 1750 in Culpepper VA; died 1818. He was the son of 1764. John Carpenter and 1765. Eva?Dorothy Cook. He married 883. Rebecca Delph 1776 in Madison Co VA.

883. Rebecca Delph, born Abt. 1759 in Culpepper VA; died 1823. She was the daughter of 1766. Conrad Delph and 1767. Anna Magdalena Castler.

Notes for Michael Carpenter:

 

 

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Date: 6/24/2005 10:29:13 PM Central Daylight Time

From: Kathy36110

To: Kathy36110

 

 

THE DEATH OF FATHER CARPENTER, HIS SUCCESSOR, AND HIS FAMILY

CHAPTER VI

 

On the 10th. of July, 1832, Father Carpenter wrote a letter to the Rev. Jacob Crigler, of Berlin, Pa., in which he says, "I have now been preaching the blessed gospel for a space of 45 years this last spring, I was 25 years old when I began and am now a little upwards of three score and ten, and according to the course of nature and my feelings, cannot possibly hold out much longer. We may indeed expect miracles. I have often had heavy thoughts about my little congregation here in the wilderness." He then urges the Rev. Jacob Crigler to come and take charge of the congregation, stating that if he could not come directly, it would still give him great satisfaction if he could have a well grounded hope that he would come in a few years. In speaking of a communion season in the letter, he says, "On Whitsunday, we had the sacrament of our church and I had the pleasure of seeing your old father-in-law, your two brothers and their wives at the communion table, but too many of the members stood back, that I could have wished to have seen there. There were only 21 communicants and a few years back I had as many as 62." In less than a year afterwards, Feb. 18, 1833, Father Carpenter went to his rest and reward, and his faithful labors on earth were closed forever

Dr. Wolf, in his excellent book, in speaking of the faithfulness and zeal of the early fathers in the church, says, "Thus rolled a wave of missionary operations till it reached, before the close of the century, the very summit of the Alleghenies, but the mountains themselves form no barriers to the spread of the gospel, and weak and poorly organized as was the church, the oppressive spirit of Christianity moved it to follow the streams of immigration and to plant the cross on the wild prairies of the west. One of the noblest of these pioneers was Father Carpenter who, after serving for 26 years at the old Hebron Church in Madison County, Virginia, followed a colony of his own congregation to Boone County, Ky. This little band had kept up religious meetings in their humble cabins for eight years, when Father Carpenter paid them a visit to catechize the children and administer the sacraments. He felt constrained to cast his lot among them and for 20 years to the close of his life in 1833, he exercised his ministry in that remote region. (Dr. Wolf does not seems to be aware of precious visits and the building of the cabin church in 1807). See Chapter III

After the death of Father Carpenter, the church was vacant for about 14 months. The Rev. Jacob Crigler moved here in April, 1834. Jacob Crigler or "Kreigler," as he still spelled his name in 1826 (see minutes of West Penn's Synod) was a son of Aaron and Catherine Crigler, and was born in Madison County, Virginia, Jan 15, 1778. Before coming to Ky., he had been pastor for some years at Berlin, Pa., where he was one of the founders of the West Penn's Synod; which was organized at Berlin, Pa., Sept. 9, 1826. The Synod then embraced all the territory west of the Susquehanna River, and had but 25 clerical members, 17 of them were present at the organization. Now the West Penn's Synod embraces but four counties, Adams, York, Cumberland, and Franklin, and has 97 ministers and 23,056 communicants, while on its former territory there are three other synods belonging to the General Synod, with 169 ministers and 32,745 communicants, besides thousands of active Lutherans, who belong to the other general bodies. Father Crigler was first married to Lydia Utz, on her 18th. birthday, Jan. 15, 1799. She died Jul. 15, 1805, leaving him with two children, Silas and Eleanor. A third child, Enoch, died a month before his mother, when only four months old. Silas Crigler married Catherine Zimmerman, Oct. 23, 1836. He and his wife, both were members of Hopeful Church, but before his death he moved to Morrow County, Missouri. Eleanor Crigler was married to Alexander H. Philson, of Berlin, Pa., Mar. 12, 1829 and she was a member of the Lutheran Church, at that place throughout her useful life, which was closed July 23, 1871, when her age was 71 years, 11 months and 23 days

Father Crigler was married a second time, Sept. 20, 1808 to Nellie Tanner, daughter of Frederick Tanner. She lived until Feb. 12, 1855, when she fell asleep, aged 66 yrs, 1 month and 4 days

They had twelve children, Noah, Lydia, who married Joel Tanner, Mary Ann, who married Henry Rouse, Julia, who married Aaron Crigler, Son of Lewis Crigler, Susan, who married William Rouse, Harriet, who married Rev. Jacob Straffer, Aaron Frederick, Catherine Jane, and Martin Luther, both of whom died before the age of six years. Philip Melancthon, William Yager, and Emeline Philson, the only one born in Boone County, where she died July 27, 1851, when not yet 17 years old

All the children who came to years of maturity became active members in the Lutheran Church, all of them were members in this charge but Mrs. Harriet Straffer; for many years before her death, which occurred recently in Cincinnati, held her membership in the first Lutheran Church of that city. For some years before his death, William Y. Crigler lived in Harrodsburg, Ky., but he remained an active member at Hopeful Church until his death, Feb. 20, 1894, always endeavoring to come back once a year at least to communion and contributing regularly to the church's support. Only one of his children, Philip Melancthon, is still living. He is a faithful member of the Hopeful Church, and when younger, never missed a service without some imperative reason. For long years he was a familiar figure as he rode horseback to and from the church. W. Y. Crigler, who was born in Berlin, Pa., Sept. 15, 1831, was confirmed at Hopeful Church, Jan. 27, 1856. He died at Harrodsburg. Ky., Feb. 20, 1891. He was an esteemed citizen of Florence, Ky., for many years and not only served the church in various official capacities, but by faithful service and excellent character contributed much to the success. After moving away he retained active membership in Hopeful Church though generously helping every worthy cause where he lived

Two brothers of Father Crigler, Lewis and Nicholas Crigler, moved to Boone County before he did, and shortly after he came, two others, Joel and Jonas Crigler, moved here. A sister Annie Soures married here also, but remained only a short time before going to Indiana.

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Children of Michael Carpenter and Rebecca Delph are:

i. Moses Carpenter, born 1775; married Anna Souther 17 Dec 1796 in Madison VA.

441 ii. Lydia Carpenter, born 29 Sep 1777 in Virginia; married Abraham Crigler 1795.

iii. Eleanora Carpenter, born 1780; married (1) Elliot Carpenter; married (2) John Glenn Abt. 1800 in va; born Abt. 1780.

iv. Joel Carpenter, born 14 Apr 1782; died 1822; married Rhoda Ann Wilhoit 1805.

v. J Michael Carpenter, born 14 Nov 1783 in Madison VA; married Sally Wood 1813.

vi. Samuel Carpenter, born 04 Oct 1785; died 24 Jun 1857.

vii. Susanna Carpenter, born 28 Feb 1787.

viii. Loocy Lucinda Carpenter, born 08 Jan 1789.

ix. Milley Malinda Carpenter, born 02 Sep 1791 in Madison VA; died 30 Aug 1879.

x. Thomas Carpenter, born 23 Jul 1793 in Madison VA; died 1833; married Sallie Kurtz 1813 in Nelson KY.

 

888. William Roby, born Abt. 1700; died 1774. He was the son of 1776. John li Roby and 1777. Sara Hines Luckett. He married 889. Sarah Smallwood 1732 in Charles MD.

889. Sarah Smallwood, died 1739.

Notes for William Roby:

William ROBY, son of John, WILL: In the Name of God, Amen The twenty second day of January, in the year of Our Lord 1775, William ROBY, son of John, of Charles County in the Province of Maryland, planter, being very weake in body but f perfect mind and memory Thanks be to God. Therefore to mind the mortality of my body and that it is appointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain this my last will and testament that is to say principally first of all, I give and command my soul unto the hands of the Almighty God that gave it and my body I recommend to the Earth to be buried in Decent Christian Burial at the Discretion of my Executors nothing doubting but at the General Resurrection. I shall receive the same again by the Mighty Power of God and as touching such worldly Estate where with it hath pleased God to bless me in this life. I give, devise, and dispose of the same in the following manner and form. First, I give and bequeath to my dearly beloved wife Elizabeth during her widowhood all the land I now possess. I also give to the said Elizabeth my riding mare known by the name of Sall, and the sidesaddle she now has in her possession, over and above her things of my estate. I give and bequeath to my dearly beloved son Arthur John all the land I now possess at the decease or marriage of her, my said wife Elizabeth. I likewise give and bequeath to my dearly beloved son Lawrence my gun and my saddle. I give and bequeath to my beloved daughter Ann one cow and yearling, and the remaining part of my estate, exclusive of my wife's third.I give and bequeath to my dearly beloved children, viz: Ann, Lawrence, Elizabeth, and Arthur John to be equally divided among them, the four children aforesaid. I give and bequeath to my dearly beloved son Owin one shilling sterling, I like wise give and bequeath to my dearly beloved daughter, Esther COPHER one shilling sterling. I give and bequeath to my dearly beloved daughter Mary SHAIN one shilling sterling. I give and bequeath to my dearly beloved son William one shilling sterling. I likewise Constitute,make, and Ordain my Dearly Beloved wife Elizabeth my sole Executor of this my last will and testament and I hereby utterly disallow, ___, and disannull all and every other testament, wills, legacies, and bequests by me in any way willed and bequeathed. Ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above written. Signed, sealed, published, pronounced and declared by the said William ROBY as his last will and testament in the presence of us the subscribers. William ROBY, son of John James RUPELL William ROBY, son of William James GRIFFIN Thomas OWIN Annexed to us foregoing Will was thus written to wit: Charles County the 25th day of March 1775, there came Elizabeth ROBY and made oath on the holy angels of Almighty God that the within instrument of writing is the True and Whole testament of William ROBY late of Charles County deceased that hath come to her hands of possession, and that she doth not know of any other. Cert'd by Dan'l JENIFER DCourt Charles County the 25th day of March 1775. Then came James RUPELL James GRIFFIN and Thomas OWIN three of the subscribing witnesses to the within last will aND testament of William ROBY, son of John, late of Charles County deceased, and ___made oath on the Holy Angels of Almighty God that they heard him publish , pronounce and declare the same to be his last will and testament, that at the time of his so doing, he was to the best of their apprehensions of sound and disposing mind, memory, and understanding, and that they respectfully subscribed their names as witnesses to the said will in the presence of the testator and at his request and in the presence of each other. Certified by Dan'l JENIFER DCourt I further certifie that Elizabeth the widow, Owin ROBY the heir at law being in the backwoods was present at the time the above probate was taken, and that she did not object to the taking of the same.

Children of William Roby and Sarah Smallwood are:

i. Elizabeth Mary Roby

ii. William Roby, born 1734; married Jimima Lewis 1758 in Charles County Maryland.

iii. Pryor Smallwood Roby, born 1738.

444 iv. Lawrence Roby, born 1739 in MD; died 1817; married Catherine Abt. 1759 in Charles MD.

 

892. Johnathon Simmons, born Abt. 1700 in Prince George Co, MD; died 26 Aug 1761 in Prince George Co, MD. He was the son of 1784. Jonathon Simmons and 1785. Elizabeth Isaac. He married 893. Elizabeth Swearingen.

893. Elizabeth Swearingen, born 1718; died 1785 in Prince George Co, MD. She was the daughter of 1786. Van Swearingen and 1787. Elizabeth Walker.

Notes for Johnathon Simmons:

 

COURTNEY b. abt. 1839 Inventory of the personal estate of Richard P. Simmons returned by exors. Mary Simmons and Richard H. Field 24 Mar 1845 included a list of the following:

"John aged 50 valued at $300"

"Abraham aged 40 valued at $400"

"Harry aged 45 valued at $400"

"John Maypole aged 30 valued at $375"

"Dave Cook aged 38 valued at $500"

"Wash aged 25 valued at $500"

"Nat aged 21 valued at $550"

"Ben aged 22 valued at $550"

"Dave Caution (?) aged 24 valued at $550"

"Edmund aged 54 valued at $200"

"Robert aged 18 valued at $500"

"Riley aged 18 valued at $500"

"Phill aged 18 valued at $500"

"Burr aged 13 valued at $325"

"Henry aged 11 valued at $275"

"Bill aged 3 valued at $150"

"George aged 2 valued at $125"

"1 Negro woman Mint aged 30 valued at $350"

"1 Negro woman Bet aged 15 valued at $375"

"1 Negro woman Marge aged 10 valued at $200"

"1 Negro woman COURTNEY aged 6 valued at $175"

( Bullitt Co. KY Will Book C p. 427 )

Note: Though many in this inventory are sold at the estate sale, COURTNEY does not appear in that document

Children of Johnathon Simmons and Elizabeth Swearingen are:

i. Johnathon Simmons

ii. Joseph Simmons

iii. William Simmons

iv. Ruth Simmons

v. Richard Simmons

vi. Isaac Simmons

vii. Van Simmons

viii. Jacob Simmons

ix. Humphrey Simmons

446 x. Jesse Simmons, born Abt. 1753 in Prince George Co, MD; died 10 Feb 1819 in Bullitt Co KY; married Rachel Wells 13 Sep 1781 in Prince George Co. MD.

 

894. Jacob Wells, born 21 Sep 1735 in Queen Anne's Parish, Prince George Co, MD; died Aft. 1800 in Bullitt Co KY. He was the son of 1788. Nathan Wells and 1789. Mary Duckett. He married 895. Sedgwick 1757 in virginia.

895. Sedgwick

Notes for Sedgwick:

HH 700

Sedwick SIMMONS 59m farmer 6500 MD

??? SWANN 26f

Marth???? 6 f

Knowell ? SIMMONS 12m

Children of Jacob Wells and Sedgwick are:

i. Elizabeth Wells, married John Trunnell.

ii. Wm Wells

iii. Martha Wells

iv. Bridget Wells

v. James Wells

vi. Nathan Wells

vii. Susanna Wells

viii. Margaret Wells

ix. Sarah Wells

x. Valinda Wells

xi. Reuben Martin Wells, born 1758 in Halifax County VA; died 26 Aug 1852 in Williamson Co, TN.

447 xii. Rachel Wells, born Abt. 1763 in Prince George Co, MD; died 05 Jul 1815 in Bullitt Co KY; married Jesse Simmons 13 Sep 1781 in Prince George Co. MD.

xiii. Jacob Wells, born 1781; married Rebecca Orme 06 Apr 1806 in Bullitt County KY; born 1790 in Maryland.

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896. Henry Fenn, born 23 Apr 1702; died 1732. He was the son of 1792. John Fann and 1793. Mary Stone. He married 897. Winifred Gathings.

897. Winifred Gathings, born 1714.

Children of Henry Fenn and Winifred Gathings are:

i. John Fann, born 29 Nov 1724; married Elizabeth.

ii. Elijah Fenn, born 17 Sep 1727.

448 iii. Zacharia Fenn, born 20 Dec 1730 in Richmond Co Virginia; died Abt. 1799 in Jefferson County GA; married (1) Nancy Emma Wright; married (2) Alecy McCoy.

iv. Solomon Fenn, born 1772; died in Tennessee; married Mary Ricker; born 1790 in Pennsylvania.

Notes for Mary Ricker:

http://www.census-online.com/transcript/tn/greene/153A.html

 

 

Page 153, Part A

SCHEDULE I.--- Free Inhabitants in the 9th division E. District in the County of Greene State

of Tennessee enumerated by me, on the 31st day of August 1850. Tipp Henderson Ass't Marshal.

Dwelling

-houses

numbered in the order of visitation

Families

numbered in the order of visitation

The Name of every Person whose usual place

of abode on the first day of June, 1850, was

 

 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

1 Gilena A. 30 F S C 1

2 Lavinia 6 F Tenn 2

3 Eugene S. 4 M '' 3

4 Cassa E. 3 F '' 4

5 Mary 2 F '' 5

6 ?Avuridus L. 1 M '' 6

7 ?Lyburtia D. 4/12 M '' 7

8 211 211 William Richen 32 M Tenant '' 8

9 Eve 31 F '' / 9

10 Samuel L. 9 M '' / 10

11 Elizabeth J. 5 F '' 11

12 William A. 2 M '' 12

13 James M. 5/12 M '' 13

14 212 212 George Harrison 39 M Tenant '' 14

15 Mary A. 25 F '' / 15

16 Elizabeth 6 F '' 16

17 George D. 4 M '' 17

18 James M. 2 M '' 18

19 213 213 John Richen 51 M Farmer 800 '' 19

20 Delila 45 F '' / 20

21 Elijah 20 M Farmer '' / 21

22 Daniel 16 M do. '' / 22

23 Fred 15 M do. '' / 23

24 John 6 M '' 24

25 Susannah 18 F '' 25

26 Eve 13 F '' / 26

27 Jane 10 F '' / 27

28 Malinda 9 F '' / 28

29 Sarah C. 4 F '' 29

30 214 214 Solomon Fann 78 M Cooper Virga / 30

31 Mary 60 F Pennsylvania / 31

32 John 23 M Labour Tenn / 32

33 Elijah A. 20 M '' / 33

34 Adam Fann 26 M Farmer '' --- / 34

35 May A. 26 F '' --- / 35

36 215 215 George Richen 43 M Farmer 1000 '' 36

37 Sarah 40 F '' / 37 Return to index

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Page 229, Part B

SCHEDULE I.--- Free Inhabitants in the 9th Division E. District in the County of Greene State

of Tennessee enumerated by me, on the 7th day of November 1850. Tipp Henderson Ass't Marshal.

Dwelling

-

abode on the first day of June, 1850, was

 

 

 

 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

1 Daniel 12 M Ten / 1

2 Nancy E. 10 F Ten / 2

3 1349 1349 Solomon Fann Jr. 28 M Tenant Ten / 3

4 Margaret 24 F Ten / 4

5 David 7 M Ten 5

6 Viney 5 F Ten 6

7 Nancy 4 F Ten 7

8 Mary A. 10/12 F Ten 8

9 1350 1350 Jacob Ricker 34 M Renter Ten 9

10 Elizabeth 27 F Ten 10

11 Caroline 4 F Ten 11

12 Marion 1 M Ten 12

13 1351 1351 James Hise 77 M Gun Smith 600 Ten 13

14 Mary 34 F Ten / 14

15 Mary 12 F Ten 15

16 Elizabeth A. 11 F Ten 16

17 Henry 7 M Ten 17

18 John W. 5 M Ten 18

19 Isaac 2 M Ten 19

20 Eliza J. 11/12 F Ten 20

21 1352 1352 James Hensly 50 M Renter Ten / 21

22 Mary A. 48 F Ten / 22

23 Rebecca P. 22 F Ten / 23

24 Francis J. 19 M Labourer Ten 24

25 Ledella M. 16 F Ten 25

26 Amos 14 M Ten 26

27 Louiza H. 12 F Ten 27

28 Matilda A. 9 F Ten 28

29 Anna M. 7 F Ten 29

30 James W. H. 5 M Ten 30

31 1353 1353 Jonathon Millar 32 M Farmer 300 Ten 31

32 Mary 32 F N. C. / 32

33 Martha J. 12 F Ten 33

34 Jacob 10 M Ten 34

35 Catherine E. 8 F Ten 35

36 John 5 M Ten 36

37 Hannah L. 3 F Ten 37

38 Mary A. 1 F Ten 38

39 1354 1354 Simeon Wilhoit 43 M Farmer 300 Ten / 39

40 Susanah 38 F Ten / 40

41 Eliza 20 F Ten / 41

42 Emanuel 18 M Farmer Ten / 42

 

 

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38 Margaret 13 F '' 38

39 John V. B. 10 M '' Deaf

39

40 James M. 7 M '' 40

41 ?Docter L. 4 M '' 41

42 216 216 Douglas Fellers 25 M Farmer 1000 '' 42

 

962. Gideon Moon, born Abt. 1730 in New Kent County VA; died 1790 in Lunenburg County VA. He was the son of 1924. Peter Jr. Moon and 1925. Elizabeth Stone. He married 963. Mary Hudson Hill Abt. 1743.

963. Mary Hudson Hill, died 1799 in VA. She was the daughter of 1926. Hall Hudson and 1927. Elizabeth Hampton.

More About Gideon Moon:

Burial: NSDAR #825592

Children of Gideon Moon and Mary Hill are:

i. Mary MOON, born Abt. 1750; married Richard Ingram.

ii. Dicey MOON, born Abt. 1752 in VA; died 1843 in Madison County TN; married (1) John Scott; died 1793 in Halifax County VA; married (2) Jonas Sikes 1794; died 1843 in TN.

More About John Scott:

Burial: His will witnessed by a Thomas Carter

iii. Anne MOON, born 1754 in VA; died 1842 in SC; married (1) Ashwell Stone 1776; born 1750 in will FEB 02, 1729, St Philips Parish, Charleston, SC; died 1781 in VA; married (2) William Lynch 1785; born 1742; died 1820.

Notes for Anne MOON:

I do absolutely will and bequeath to my daughter Dyce Smith, and Anne Cochran to be Eqully divided between them, the balance of my worldly estate

iv. Pleasant MOON, born 1758 in VA; died 1815 in VA; married Sussanah Bacon 1800 in VA; born 1777; died 1839.

Notes for Pleasant MOON:

10. Pleasant3 Moon (Gideon2, Peter1) was born 12 December 1780 in Virginia, and died 02 November 1815 in Virginia. He married Sussanah Bacon 26 June 1800 in Virginia. She was born 27 November 1777 in Virginia, and died 27 July 1839.

 

Notes for Pleasant Moon:

The following information on Pleasant Moon was obtained from the "Carter-Moon Bible,1777 - 1913" ; Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, Bible Records and Archives #27722 (5 leaves).

More About Pleasant Moon and Sussanah Bacon:

Marriage: 26 June 1800, Virginia

v. Abner Hudson MOON, born 1760 in VA; died 1814 in VA; married Julaney Farmer 1786 in VA; born Abt. 1760 in VA.

vi. Sarah MOON, born 1761; died 1797; married John Cureton 1778; born 1757 in VA; died 1821 in SC.

481 vii. Elizabeth MOON, born Abt. 1762 in VA; died 1837 in Spartanburg Dist SC; married Charles McClain.

viii. Lurine Levena MOON, born Abt. 1764; married Joseph Smith 1795 in VA.

ix. John MOON, born 1765 in VA; died 1840 in SC; married (1) Nancy; married (2) Mary Dudley 1795 in VA; born 1772 in VA; died 1825 in SC.

x. William MOON, born 1768 in VA; died 1833 in SC; married Martha Knewstep Glenn 1791 in VA; born 1771; died 1856 in SC.

xi. Rachel Moon, born 1771 in VA; died 1849 in SC; married Tyre Glen 1785 in VA; born Abt. 1760 in Lunenburg VA; died 1832 in SC.

More About Tyre Glen:

Date born 2: 1766

 

964. Wm Wood, born 1730 in VA; died 1808 in Albemarle VA. He was the son of 1928. John Wood and 1929. Susannah Anderson. He married 965. Ann Crane.

965. Ann Crane, born 1733. She was the daughter of 1930. John Scanlon Crane and 1931. Elizabeth Ferguson.

Child of Wm Wood and Ann Crane is:

482 i. Wm Wood, born 1755 in VA; married Martha Glenn.

 

966. Tyree Glenn??

Notes for Tyree Glenn??:

Tyre GLENN

Sex: M

Birth: 24 OCT 1765 in , Lunenberg, Virginia

_RIN: 476 1

Death: 5 MAY 1832 in , Laurens, South Carolina

_RIN: 476 1

Ancestral File #: HZK6-79

IDNO: 120+37.14

_RIN: 24 2

Change Date: 8 JAN 2005 at 17:43:28 3

Father: Jeremiah GLENN b: 15 MAY 1742 in , Lunenberg, Virginia

Mother: Anne BLAGRAVE b: 15 JUN 1744 in , , Virginia

Marriage 1 Rachel MOON b: 12 MAR 1771 in , , Virginia

Married: 12 MAY 1785 1

Children

Elizabeth Moon GLENN b: 24 SEP 1788 in , , Lunenberg, Virginia

Sources:

Child of Tyree Glenn?? is:

483 i. Martha Glenn, married Wm Wood.

 

976. Abner Broadway, born 1713 in VA; died 1809 in Sc. He was the son of 1952. Edward Broadaway and 1953. Mary Pool. He married 977. Mary Gardener Abt. 1755.

977. Mary Gardener, born Abt. 1737.

Children of Abner Broadway and Mary Gardener are:

i. Sally Sarah Broadway

ii. Richard Broadway

iii. John Broadway

iv. Edward Broadway

v. Elizabeth Broadway

vi. Mary Broadway

vii. Abner Broadway, born Abt. 1758.

488 viii. William Pool Broadway, born 1760 in SC; died 1839 in SC; married Mary Polly James 1785.

ix. Esau Broadway, born 1779; died 1839 in Feliciana, louisiana on 1820 census; married Mary Cooper Vick.

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992. Mordicai Bozeman, born Abt. 1735 in ABT Edgecombe County, NC; died in Pension list of American Revolution in South Carolina Archives. He was the son of 1984. Samuel Edward Bozeman and 1985. Mary White. He married 993. Elizabeth in http://www.hometown.aol.com/bozemangenweb/Family.html.

993. Elizabeth, born in NC.

Notes for Mordicai Bozeman:

1790 Census: Cheraws District, SC

1790 Census: Cheraws District, SC

Peter Boseman

(Peter Bozeman - Son of Mordicai & Elizabeth Bozeman)

Census Record Family Record

Name of

Head of Family Status Race Sex Count Age Relation Actual Name Birthdate Prev Next

Peter Boseman Free W M 1 16&Over Head Peter Bozeman c. 1758 1800

F 4 Wife Sarah Brown 1760-1765 1800

Daughter? Unknown #1 <1790 d<1800?

Daughter? Unknown #2 <1790 d<1800?

Daughter Unknown #3 c. 1790 1800

No Slaves

Note: The census for Cheraws District was completed in May 1791.

Not much is known about Mordicai Bozeman. Rev. Bozeman mentions Mordicai in Sketches of the Bozeman Family, 1885. "MORDICAI BOZEMAN - 1735. - DARLINGTON CO., SOUTH CAROLINA A native of North Carolina, born about 1735.

His sons were: 1. Peter Bozeman, born about 1758; a soldier in the Revolution on the side of American independence. Moved to Alabama. 2. John Bozeman, born about 1760; soldier in the Revolution with his brother. 3. James Bozeman, born about 1766; lived in Darlington county, South Carolina; married Elizabeth Flowers.".............................. We also know that Mordicai served in the American Revolution in SC. .......................

More About Mordicai Bozeman:

Burial: Mentioned in Sketches book of 1885 with only three sons

Record Change: 05 Oct 2003

Notes for Elizabeth:

...: 1820 Census: Darlington County, SC

Peter Boseman

(Peter Bozeman - Son of Mordicai & Elizabeth Bozeman)

 

...: Census Record Family Record

Name of

Head of Family Status Race Sex Count Age Relation Actual Name Birthdate Prev Next

Peter Boseman Free W M 1 45&Over Head Peter Bozeman c. 1758 1810 1830-AL

1 16-18

16-25 Son William Henry Bozeman 1802-1804 1810 1830-AL

1 10-15 Son Peter E. Bozeman c. 1807 1810 1830-AL

F 1 45&Over Wife Sarah Brown 1760-1765 1810 1830-AL

No Slaves

...: Note: Peter Bozeman and his sons moved to Montgomery County, AL by 1830 where he died in 1838.

His brother might have moved to Alabama first.

Children of Mordicai Bozeman and Elizabeth are:

i. John Lewis Bozeman, born in VA; Appears on 1820 census Baldwin GA and then to Alabama; married (1) Martha; married (2) Anna Tillman.

Notes for John Lewis Bozeman:

Land Record record for LEWIS BOZEMAN

Name: LEWIS BOZEMAN

Date: 05 07 1824

Location: AL,

Document #: 145

Serial #: AL0600__.140

Sale Type: CASH ENTRY SALE

Acres: 80.6300

Meridian or Watershed: ST STEPHENS

Parcel: Township 5N, Range 12E, Section 1

Notes:

ii. James Bozeman, married Elizabeth Flowers.

496 iii. Peter Edward Bozeman, born Abt. 1755 in Bladen NC; died 1829 in Rev War Patriot Darlington SC in 1790, 1800, 1810, then Alabama in 1830; married Sarah Meade 28 Dec 1786 in Darlington South Carolina.

 

1000. Elisha Anderson, born Abt. 1750 in Onslow Co NC; died in REV WAR SOLDIER Richmond Co GA. He was the son of 2000. Elmore Anderson and 2001. Rebecca Holmes. He married 1001. Lavinia Brack 1760 in Onslow Co, NC.

1001. Lavinia Brack, born 1763 in Indian Nation, Onslow Co NC; died Abt. 1844 in Montgomery, AL. She was the daughter of 2002. Eleazer Brack and 2003. Hester DOTY.

Notes for Elisha Anderson:

Name: Elijah ANDERSON

Sex: M

Birth: ABT 1750 in Onslow Co. NC

Death: BEF 4 JUL 1807 in Richmond, GA

Note:

 

BIOGRAPHY: Elijah Anderson died before July 4, 1807 as that was the date his widow entered his orphans in the GEORGIAN ORPHANS LAND LOTTERY. Elijah served in the American Revolution in North Carolina.(Ref: GEORGIAN ROSTER OF REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS, by L L Knight; Bounty in said book, pages 127, 209, and 226, Land bounty of Georgia. (Mrs. Chester Kauffman (Nell), of Georgetown, Texas joined the D.A.R. on this well documented line. Her National number is 557578, DANIEL COLEMAN CHAPTER, Georgetown, Texas. LAND BOUNTY: from LL Knight's book: page 209: Bounty Surveys, Elijah Anderson 287 acres in Washington County, Georgia, Warrant 672 May 17, 1784, pages 224 and 226: 287 acres Washington County, Georgia survey 20, June 11, 1784, Warrant 672 page 7. The above bounty places Elijah Anderson as owner of land in Washington County, Georgia by May 17, 1784. The last battle of the American Revolution ceased on June 28, 1783, just eight years, two months, and nine days after Lexington and in the land of that costly surplus of tea. The final treaty was signed at Paris September 3, 1783. Elijah and his family were in Washington County, and later in Burk County. They moved to Richmond County where Elijah lived the remainder of his days. His widow and the large Anderson Clan moved to Jefferson County, Georgia, and later Montgomery County, Alabama in the 1820's where Lavinia died in 1844

 

BIOGRAPHY: Father: Elmore ANDERSON b: ABT 1720 in Onslow Co. NC

Mother: Rebbeca HOLMES

BIOGRAPHY: Marriage 1 Lavinia 'Elvie' BRACK b: 1763 in Onslow Co. NC

Married: 1780 in Onslow Co. NC

Children

Elijah ANDERSON b: ABT 1799 in GA

had Seaborn who had Nancy Jane who married Peter Edward Bozeman.

Elivie ANDERSON b: 1779

Jane ANDERSON b: ABT 1781

Ester ANDERSON b: ABT 1782

Eleazor ANDERSON b: 1783

Rachael ANDERSON b: ABT 1785

Rebecca ANDERSON b: ABT 1787

Elizabeth ANDERSON b: 1796 in prob. Richmond Co. GA

Sarah ANDERSON b: ABT 1792

Sally ANDERSON

Nancy ANDERSON

Elisha ANDERSON b: ABT 1775

Lavina ANDERSON b: ABT 1790

 

 

 

http://www.accessgenealogy.com/scripts/data/database.cgi?file=Data&report=SingleArticle&ArticleID=0012739

More About Elisha Anderson:

Burial: Montgomery Alabama

Record Change: 02 Oct 2003

Notes for Lavinia Brack:

From: "Froglegs" <skscofield@s...>

Date: Mon Nov 10, 2003 2:11 pm

Subject: Att: Mary Mansour/ Re-Andeson

 

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END OF PART 2.

In part 3 ,I want to discuss sisters Lavinia and Elizabeth Anderson who

married Sellers brothers. Each had Cherokee Blood on the paternal and

maternal side. They had two grandmothers who were of the Cherokee Tribe on

their fathers side that made their Father half Cherokee. They also had

Cherokee blood on their mother's side too,having at least one grandmother

of Cherokee orgin,making their grandmother Lavinia Brack at least one

quarter blood Cherokee.

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Mary--this just caught my eye--I have a ggrandma Jennie Ann Anderson,

ggrandpa made her mad by calling her Black Dutch. My dad said she would

be ready to kill when he called her that. Did this record give the names

of the two Anderson girls ancestors, did they have a brother to pass the

name down?

Sandyfroglegs

[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

 

From:

"Sara Sellers" <sbsell@v...>

Hi Lou,

I am going to try to rewrite the info that Steve sent me. I did not want

to wait until I get back home.So here goes.

Let me first begin with the family of Alfred Sellers and Elizabeth

Anderson.

Alfred Sellers son of William Sellers Sr.

Born 1800/1810,Jefferson,Co.Ga.

Died before 1850 Coosa Co. Ala.

Married 2nd Dec 1818 Jefferson Co. Ala. to Elizabeth Anderson

She was born 1796, probably in Richmond Co. Ga.

She died before Dec 1856 Coosa Co. Ala.

She was daughter of Elijah Anderson and Lavinia Brack,Anderson

Notes taken from :1)Jefferson Co. Ga.1820 census,page 284: 2)1830

census,Coosa Co.Ala. page 201: 3)1840 census Coosa Co. Ala.page 33 [

Provided by Bobbie Jones Mclane, 222 McMahan Dr. Hot Springs Ark. 71931.

Elizabeth and her husband were married in the same ceromony with her sister

Lavinia who married William Calvin Sellers Jr. a brother to Alfred.

Elizabeth and her husband came to Ala. with husband and the large Sheppard

clan from Jefferson Co. Ga.in the 1820''s.

Probate Records: (1) 2 March 1812 ,Book A,page 231; "It appearing to the

court that Elisha Anderson and Willaim Sheppard have regularly applied for

Letters of Administration on the estate of Elijah Anderson,late of Richmond

Co. deceased,it is therefore ordered that Letters of Administration do

issue"

Probate Records: (2) 21 Jan 1817 ,probate book B,page 35{Which yields

proof of Elijah's children}"On the application of of Elijah

Anderson,William Shepard,Charles Frtwell,Young Allen,Eleazor

Anderson,Benjamine Perdue,Lavinia aanderson Sen,.....for herself and as

guardian of Elijah Anderson,Nancy Anderson and Sally Anderson and Elizabeth

Anderson Levinah{sic}Anderson,Junr.and James Hammet all heirs and legatees

of Elijah Anderson,deceased,for an order to divide the personal estate of

said deceased....therefore ordered....be divided......and it appearing to

the courts that the Negroes are incapable of being divided between said

heirs,for there being a greater numbers of heirs than Negros......ordered

that said Negos be sold.{copy from Bobbie Jones Mclane}

Land patent records; The earliest land records of Alfred Sellers was 1829

when he purchased 80 acres in Sec18 Twp 14 rng 20 at Cahaba,on Febuary

2,1829,recorded ;Vol.II,page 392,Patented 16 Nov. 1830.Montgomery

Co.Ala.:and later when he purchased 29 acres of land on 14 Dec.1846 in

Coosa Co. Ala.{Sec 12,twp.18,rng.20 . Alfred was apparently deceased by

1850. The 1850 census of Coosa Co. Ala.shows his widow in the household

headed by her son Alfred M. Sellers,{copy from Bobbie Jones Mclane}.

OTHER PROBATE RECORDS; (1) Probate book E&D,Coosa Co. Ala.pages 342

-344,concerning hte estate of Elizabeth Sellers, which nmames her sons

,James W;Elisha A.:William Sellers ;and sons-in-laws, Alexander Wright and

Alexander Osborn. Her will was probated on 6 Dec 1856 by Stephen A.

Percy.It names the same children and sons-in-laws above Same probate book

pages 342-344.

Issue;

1. James W. Sellers b. 1823,Ga.

2. Lavinia Ann Sellers,b.1824 Ga.

3. Alfred M. Sellers b.1829,Ala.

4.Elisha A Sellers b. 1833,Ala.

5. Elizabeth Sellers b. 1836 Ala.

6. William Sellers,b. 1838,Ala

Sandy, I must be related to this group too. This Anderson Mosley Sellers is

named for my gggrandfather, Anderson Mosley who lived in Lowndes Co. AL

 

Beginning Part IIThe earliest generation of Sellers is given by,Carl V.

Wright as William Sellers of Tarboro NC.saying he was the father of Elisha

Sellers.

Elisha Sellers ,the next generation,was the father of Alfred Sellers and

William Calvin Sellers Sr.,b. ca.1760 NC.d.NC.

William Calvin Sellers Sr,(1) entered the Revolutionary War at the age of

16 and fought for 6 years and at one time was a prisoner of The

Tories.Similar records were found on Elisha Sellers,and several persons

have joined the DAR on his records.

An article in Memorial Records Of Ala. states that William Calvin Sellers

Sr. lived to be 100 years old,also that he died in NC.

His widow came to Ala. William Calvin Sellers Jr. and Alfred Sellers,who

married Elizabeth Anderson the sister of Lavinia ,who marriedWilliam Calvin

Jr,

REF: SOME DECENDANTS OF WILLIAM SELLERS WHO WAS IN TARBORO,NC. IN

1750,compiled by Clark H. Watters and Elizabeth Stone Watters....copied by

Dan Neal from Birmingham Public Library. NOTE: The watters knew nothing

about Alfred Sellers.

William Calvin Sellers II,was born ca.1750,went to Griffen,Ga.and later to

LowndesCo. Ala.settling at Morganville. William Calvin and Alfred Sellers

married in Jefferson Co.Ga. to sisters Lavinia and Elizabeth Anderson"

(There appears to be some confusion between the William Calvin Jr and

Sr.with regard to their births,because the next info gives conflicting

data:)

William Calvin SellersJr.{Veteran of Indian wars 1836-1837}

born.1790 NC

D.1848,Lowndes Co,Ala.

Married 1st: 2 Dec 1818,Jefferson Co. Ga,Lavinia Anderson,b.ca 1798

NC.d.1843,Morganville,Lowndes Co.Ala.age 45,both were members of the

Protestant Methodist Church.

Lavinia Anderson was the daughter of Elijah Anderson b.1750,Onslow

Co.NC.d.after 4 July 1807 Jefferson,Co.Ala was married to Lavinia

Brack,b.ca 1763 d.before Nov. 1844,Montgomery Co.Ala. Lavinia came to

Montgomery Co.ALA.in 1820's from Jefferson Co. GA.

Married 2nd: Mariah A. Trotter d/o Joseph and Martha Trotter,b.17 April

1825,d.1Jan 1813,Montgomery Ala.

NOTE that Martha Trotter was b,14 May 1792 and d. 18 OCt 1878.and is

buried in the Carmel Cemetery.Joseph and Martha Trotter were married in

Edgefield Co.SC.Martha was a sister to William Calvin Sellers' daughter in

law,Harriet Trotter Sellers. After the death of William Calvin Sellers,

Mariah married 2nd to S.F. Johnston.

Issue of Lavinia Anderson Sellers and William Calvin SellersJr.

1. James Anderson Sellers b.26 Sept 1819.Ga.m: Harriet Trotter

2. Elizabeth Sellersb.ca 1820 Ga. M. Robert Walton

3. Rebecca L. Sellers b.17 Dec 1822 Ga.

4. William Calvin Sellers III,b. 20 Sept 1825 Ga.

5. Lavinia J. Sellers ,b.24 Sept 1827 Ga.

6. Anderson Mosely Sellers ,b.8 Jan 1829 Lowndes Co. Ala.

7. Frances Ann Sellers,b. LowndesCo, Ala.

8. Major Holcomb Sellers b.?

9. Mary Sellers b.?

Issue of Mariah Trotter Sellers and William Calvin Sellers:

1. Thomas Jefferson Sellers,b.8 June 1848,Lowndes Co. Ala.

END OF PART 2.

In part 3 ,I want to discuss sisters Lavinia and Elizabeth Anderson who

married Sellers brothers. Each had Cherokee Blood on the paternal and

maternal side. They had two grandmothers who were of the Cherokee Tribe on

their fathers side that made their Father half Cherokee. They also had

Cherokee blood on their mother's side too,having at least one grandmother

of Cherokee orgin,making their grandmother Lavinia Brack at least one

quarter blood Cherokee. Alfred Sellers himself may have had Cherokee Blood

too. His paternal grandmother Mary Willis was probably a member of the

Cherokee tribe,and his ggrandmother may have been a full blood Chrokee .

Her name is unknown

Here is a brief direct lineage on the Anderson side ,beginning with the

earliest known by Carl V. Wright

1. Edmond Anderson,b.? m.?NC, Sarah (probably full blood cherokee

Cherokee-not proven)d,1742N.C.

2.Elmore Anderson ,b.1720m;Rebbeca Holmes (probably halfblooded

Cherokee)d.1772 N.C.

3.Elijah Anderson ,b.1750 Onslow Co. N.C.m; Lavinia Brack (1/2 blood)d/o

Eleazor Brack and Ester Doty,1802,Jefferson Co.Ga.

4. Elizabeth Anderson,b.1796{probably Richmond Co. Ga} m; 2 Dec

1818,Jefferson Co. Ga.to Alfred Sellers d.1856.Coosa Co. Ala.

5. James Wesley Sellers b. 1823 Jefferson Co. Ga.

Steve says: I will mention that it is thru Lavinia Brack and her Mother

Ester Doty that we can trace our line back to Edward Doty ,of the

Mayflower,and thence to the European lines of royalty back 33 generations

to "Alfred The Great"and even earlier. Also the Holmes line is traceable

back in Europe over 14 more generations,but all this is clearly beyond the

scope of email messages of this sort.

I would hope you will provide me with a descendant genealogy of your

husband's family from James Wesley Sellers to your family.

Lou that is about all I have gotten from Steve, I will try to contact him

again. I did send him a package like I sent to you,with no comment as of

yet, So maybe he isn't done with the census work he has been doing.

 

Children of Elisha Anderson and Lavinia Brack are:

i. Sarah Anderson

ii. Nancy Anderson

iii. Elvie Anderson, born 1779; died 1860 in Gladwater, Upshur Co., TX; married Wm Sheppherd 22 Feb 1802 in Richmond Co GA; born 1780.

 

 

iv. Jane Anderson, born 1781.

 

 

v. Ester Anderson, born 1782.

 

 

vi. Eleazor Anderson, born 1783.

 

 

vii. Rachael Anderson, born 1785.

 

 

viii. Rebecca Anderson, born 1787.

 

 

503 ix. Levinia Anderson, born 1794; married William Calvin Jr Sellers 1818.

x. Elizabeth Anderson, born 1797 in maybe Richmond Co GA; died Bef. Dec 1856; married Alfred Sellers 02 Dec 1818 in Richmond Co GA; born Bet. 1800 - 1810 in Jefferson County GA; died Abt. 1850 in Coosa County AL.

Notes for Alfred Sellers:

In part 3 ,I want to discuss sisters Lavinia and Elizabeth Anderson who

married Sellers brothers. Each had Cherokee Blood on the paternal and

maternal side. They had two grandmothers who were of the Cherokee Tribe on

their fathers side that made their Father half Cherokee. They also had

Cherokee blood on their mother's side too,having at least one grandmother

of Cherokee orgin,making their grandmother Lavinia Brack at least one

quarter blood Cherokee. Alfred Sellers himself may have had Cherokee Blood

too. His paternal grandmother Mary Willis was probably a member of the

Cherokee tribe,and his ggrandmother may have been a full blood Chrokee .

Her name is unknown

Here is a brief direct lineage on the Anderson side ,beginning with the

earliest known by Carl V. Wright

1. Edmond Anderson,b.? m.?NC, Sarah (probably full blood cherokee

Cherokee-not proven)d,1742N.C.

2.Elmore Anderson ,b.1720m;Rebbeca Holmes (probably halfblooded

Cherokee)d.1772 N.C.

3.Elijah Anderson ,b.1750 Onslow Co. N.C.m; Lavinia Brack (1/2 blood)d/o

Eleazor Brack and Ester Doty,1802,Jefferson Co.Ga.

500 xi. Elijah Cumbie Anderson, born Abt. 1799 in GA; died in lived by James Sellers in Montgomery AL 1850; married (1) Elizabeth Argin?; married (2) Ruthy Rogers 31 Dec 1822 in Jefferson Alabama; married (3) Elizabeth Sanson 1842.

 

1004. Wm Calvin Sellers, born 1760 in Rev War Patriot, War of 1812, NC; died 1860 in GA. He was the son of 2008. Elisha Sellers and 2009. Sarah Jane Peeples. He married 1005. Sarah Crawford.

1005. Sarah Crawford, born 02 Feb 1795 in Lincoln KY; died 1855.

More About Wm Calvin Sellers:

Record Change: 05 Oct 2003

Notes for Sarah Crawford:

Tihi

I have found on www.familysearch.org

Elisha sellers married Sarah Jane peoples 1759

William Calvin Sellers born abt. 1770 in Brunswick NC

married Sarah Crawford 2 Feb 1795 Lincoln Kentucky 1880 censes no

chid yetalso Sarah died 28 Feb. 1855

William died 13 Jan 1848 does this sound right . hope it helps.

Children of Wm Sellers and Sarah Crawford are:

i. Elisha Hugh Sellers

ii. Cornelius Sellers

502 iii. William Calvin Jr Sellers, born 1790 in War of 1812, Indian Wars 1836, NC; died in Lowndes AL; married (1) Mariah A Trotter; married (2) Levinia Anderson 1818.

iv. Alfred Sellers, born Bet. 1800 - 1810 in Jefferson County GA; died Abt. 1850 in Coosa County AL; married Elizabeth Anderson 02 Dec 1818 in Richmond Co GA; born 1797 in maybe Richmond Co GA; died Bef. Dec 1856.

Notes for Alfred Sellers:

In part 3 ,I want to discuss sisters Lavinia and Elizabeth Anderson who

married Sellers brothers. Each had Cherokee Blood on the paternal and

maternal side. They had two grandmothers who were of the Cherokee Tribe on

their fathers side that made their Father half Cherokee. They also had

Cherokee blood on their mother's side too,having at least one grandmother

of Cherokee orgin,making their grandmother Lavinia Brack at least one

quarter blood Cherokee. Alfred Sellers himself may have had Cherokee Blood

too. His paternal grandmother Mary Willis was probably a member of the

Cherokee tribe,and his ggrandmother may have been a full blood Chrokee .

Her name is unknown

Here is a brief direct lineage on the Anderson side ,beginning with the

earliest known by Carl V. Wright

1. Edmond Anderson,b.? m.?NC, Sarah (probably full blood cherokee

Cherokee-not proven)d,1742N.C.

2.Elmore Anderson ,b.1720m;Rebbeca Holmes (probably halfblooded

Cherokee)d.1772 N.C.

3.Elijah Anderson ,b.1750 Onslow Co. N.C.m; Lavinia Brack (1/2 blood)d/o

Eleazor Brack and Ester Doty,1802,Jefferson Co.Ga.

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1008. John Henry Stephens, born Abt. 1740 in migrated from St Augustine FL to NC in the 1760s. He married 1009. Cherokee Wife.

1009. Cherokee Wife, born in likely in Union County NC and they moved southward near the stateline of SC, according to family legend and family researchers.

Child of John Stephens and Cherokee Wife is:

504 i. John Stephens, born 1790 half blood Cherokee, very dark, black hair and black eyes, Columbus, North Carolina; died in Unknown; married Jane Tillman.

Reference book written by cousin Clyde Stephens.

 

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Generation No. 11

1056. REV Guy Smith, born 1675 in England. He was the son of 2112. Major Lawrence Smith. He married 1057. Miss Perrin.

1057. Miss Perrin, born 1680 in England.

Children of REV Smith and Miss Perrin are:

i. Guy M Smith

ii. Augustine Smith

iii. Mary Smith

iv. Joanna Smith, married Robert Armistead Bird; born 1710.

v. Ann Smith

vi. Susannah Smith

vii. Constantine Smith

viii. Lawrence Smith

528 ix. Major COL John Smith, born 03 Jun 1701 in Gloucester VA; died 01 Dec 1775 in Goochland County Virginia; married (1) Anne Bowker; married (2) Susanna Ranson 1736 in St James Parish, Goochland, VA.

 

1058. Captain James Ransone He was the son of 2116. Peter Ransone.

Child of Captain James Ransone is:

529 i. Susanna Ranson, born 1714 in Gloucester VA; married Major COL John Smith 1736 in St James Parish, Goochland, VA.

 

1136. Abraham Pennington, born 1695 in Cecil Maryland. He was the son of 2272. Edward Pennington and 2273. Sarah Jennings. He married 1137. Catherine Williams 1720 in Orange, Frederick, Virginia.

1137. Catherine Williams, born 1695 in Orange, VA; died 1746.

Children of Abraham Pennington and Catherine Williams are:

i. John Pennington

ii. Abraham Pennington

iii. Abigail Pennington

568 iv. Isaac Pennington, born 1720 in VA or PA; died 1760 in berkley South Carolina; married Mary 1737.

v. Jacob Pennington, born 1720.

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1592. Samuel I Sturgeon, born Abt. 1680 in Ulster, Ireland; died Abt. 1740 in Dauphin, Lancaster Co., PA. He married 1593. Unknown Abt. 1705 in Ireland.

1593. Unknown

 

Children of Samuel Sturgeon and Unknown are:

796 i. Samuel II Sturgeon, born Abt. 1706 in Ireland; died Mar 1750 in Dauphin City, PA; married Sarah Ferguson Abt. 1729.

ii. Jeremiah Sturgeon, born Abt. 1708 in Ulster, Ireland; died 01 Jan 1795 in Dauphin, PA; married Lydia Lee; born in Ireland.

Notes for Jeremiah Sturgeon:

Other suggested order of the children: Elizabeth born 1737, John born 1739,

Robert born 1741, Samuel born 1743, Martha born 1745, Lydia born 1747, Mary

born 1749, and Sarah born 1 Sep 1751.

 

 

iii. Thomas Sturgeon, born Abt. 1710 in Ireland; died Abt. 1783.

 

 

iv. Sturgeon Henry, born Abt. 1711 in Ireland; died Abt. 1788 in Dauphin City, PA.

 

 

v. Peter Sturgeon, born Abt. 1712 in Ireland.

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vi. Sturgeon William, born Abt. 1716.

 

 

vii. Robert Sturgeon, born Abt. 1718.

 

 

viii. Sarah Sturgeon, born Abt. 1720 in Ireland.

 

 

ix. John I Sturgeon, born Abt. 1722 in Ireland; died Abt. 1832 in Green River, Hart Co., KY. Rev. War;

married (1) Elenor "Indian Nelly" FTerrys in Lancaster Co. Pa. in Lancaster Co., PA.

 

 

 

1616. Lloyd, born 1678 in Wales.

Children of Lloyd are:

i. Joseph Lloyd

ii. Phillip Lloyd

808 iii. John Lloyd, born 1704 in London England; married Prudence Embrey 1742 in Orange County, VA.

 

1618. George Emery He married 1619. Catherin Thomas.

1619. Catherin Thomas She was the daughter of 3238. Nathaniel Thomas and 3239. Ann.

Child of George Emery and Catherin Thomas is:

809 i. Prudence Embrey, born Abt. 1720 in London England; married John Lloyd 1742 in Orange County, VA.

 

1624. Peter Rucker, born Abt. 1675 in Europe; died Abt. Jan 1741 in St Marks Parish, Orange Co., VA. He married 1625. Elizabeth UNKNOWN.

1625. Elizabeth UNKNOWN

Children of Peter Rucker and Elizabeth UNKNOWN are:

i. John Rucker, married Susannah Phillips.

ii. Peter Rucker

iii. Elizabeth Rucker

iv. Margaret Rucker

v. William Rucker

vi. Mary Rucker

vii. James Rucker

viii. Ann Rucker

ix. Ephraim Rucker

812 x. Thomas Rucker, born Abt. 1705 in Culpepper, Orange Co., VA; died Abt. 1763; married Elizabeth Reynolds.

 

1626. Cornelius Reynolds, died Abt. 1734 in Essex Co VA. He was the son of 3252. William Reynolds and 3253. UNKNOWN. He married 1627. Martha Beasley.

1627. Martha Beasley, born 1703; died Abt. 1753.

Children of Cornelius Reynolds and Martha Beasley are:

i. Cornelius Reynolds

813 ii. Elizabeth Reynolds, born Abt. 1714 in VA; died 1788; married Thomas Rucker.

 

1632. Samuel Parker He was the son of 3264. Hananiah Parker.

Child of Samuel Parker is:

816 i. Samuel II Parker, born 10 Aug 1707 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA; married Hannah Wyman 10 May 1725 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA.

 

1634. Samuel Wyman, born Abt. 1667; died 1725 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA. He was the son of 3268. Francis Wyman and 3269. Abigail Justus Reed. He married 1635. Rebecca Johnson.

1635. Rebecca Johnson, born Abt. 1665; died 1734 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA.

Child of Samuel Wyman and Rebecca Johnson is:

817 i. Hannah Wyman, born 10 Oct 1696 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA; married Samuel II Parker 10 May 1725 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA.

 

1640. John Tefft, born 1676 in Kingston, Washington Co., RI; died Abt. 1762. He was the son of 3280. Samuel Tefft and 3281. Elizabeth Jenckes. He married 1641. Joanna Sprague.

1641. Joanna Sprague, born Abt. 1676. She was the daughter of 3282. Jonathan Sprague and 3283. Mehitable Holbrook.

Children of John Tefft and Joanna Sprague are:

i. John Tefft, born 1699; married Mary Reynolds; born 1703.

ii. Joanna Tefft, born 1701; married John Webb.

iii. Samuel Tefft, born 1703; married Mercy Barber; born 1708.

More About Mercy Barber:

Date born 2: 13 Mar 1708, N Kingston RI

iv. Mary Tefft, born 1705; married Benjamin Barber 1728; born 10 Mar 1705.

v. Mercy Tefft, born 1707.

vi. Joseph Tefft, born 1709 in South Kingston, Washington, RI; died 1778; married (1) Sarah Maxson; married (2) Esther Brownell 22 Feb 1729.

vii. Ann Tefft, born 1711.

viii. Mehitable Tefft, born 1712.

820 ix. James Tefft, born 21 Apr 1715 in Richmond, Washington Co., RI; married Martha Sheffield.

x. Nathan Tefft, born 1716; married Isabel Stanton 1742; born 13 Aug 1716.

xi. Tabitha Tefft, born 1718; married Tennant Tefft; born 1720; died 1801.

xii. Sarah Tefft, born 1720.

 

1644. John Sweet, born 1684. He was the son of 3288. Henry Sweet and 3289. Mary Margaret Griffin. He married 1645. Catherine 1715 in East Greenwich, Kent, RI.

1645. Catherine

Children of John Sweet and Catherine are:

i. Mary Anna Sweet

ii. Johnathon Sweet

iii. Elbathan Sweet

iv. Elizabeth Catherine Sweet

822 v. David Sweet, born 23 Jul 1716 in North Kingston, Washington, RI; married Mary or Mercy.

 

1646. John Sweet, born 23 Oct 1695. He was the son of 3292. Richard Sweet and 3293. Priscilla Carpenter. He married 1647. Lydia Whaley.

1647. Lydia Whaley

Children of John Sweet and Lydia Whaley are:

823 i. Mary or Mercy, married David Sweet.

ii. Lydia Sweet, married Ebenezer Tefft; born 1723; died 1808.

 

1680. John Epperson, born Abt. 1703; died 1737. He was the son of 3360. William Epperson. He married 1681. Elizabeth Abt. 1730.

1681. Elizabeth may have been native american.

Children of John Epperson and Elizabeth are:

i. Elizabeth Epperson

ii. William Epperson, born 1729.

840 iii. David Epperson, born 1734; died 1799; married Hannah Thompson.

iv. John Epperson, born 1736 in albemarle VA.

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1692. Aaron Van Cleave, born 1710 in NY; died 1780 in NC. He was the son of 3384. Van Cleeve. He married 1693. Rachel Schenk.

1693. Rachel Schenk, born 1708 in NJ; died in NC. She was the daughter of 3386. Jan Roelofse Schenk and 3387. Sara Vancouwenhoven.

Notes for Aaron Van Cleave:

1710 in Staten Island, NY

Death: 1780 in Rowan County, NC

Burial: Burying Ground Ridge Cem. (now the Old Joppa Ridge Presbyterian Church Graveyard Cem., near Mocksville, NC

Note:

He was baptized July 26, 1711 on Staten Island, Richmond Co., New York. He was the first of the family to spell the name with an A...VanCleave instead of VanCleve.

On October 16, 1737, Aaron was appointed Chimney Viewer for New Brunswick. This occupation entailed inspecting the chimneys to be sure they were free of soot, which caused fires.

Aaron and his brother Benjamin entered into a shipping business partnership together. Benjamin handled the business affairs while Aaron captained their ship, in this coast- wide trade venture. They continued in this business until both had large families. Many newspaper articles in the Boston Weekly Newsletter and the New York Weekly Post, mention Aaron skippering vessels along the Northeast coast: "Van Cleave entered the Port of Boston from Perth Amboy" (September 22, 1743; Boston Weekly Newsletter}, "Boston out for Perth Amboy" October 10, 1743, Van Clief' (October 17, 1743; New York Weekly Post-Boy}, "Boston, October 19, out, Van Cleave for Perth Amboy" (October 20, 1743: Boston Weekly Newsletter}, "Custom House, Rhode Island, March 16, Van Cleave from Perth Amboy" (March 19, 17 44; New York Weekly Post-Boy} , "Newport , Rhode Island, June 29, entered Van Cleave from Perth Amboy," "Custom House, Boston, cleared Aaron Van Cleave for Amboy" (October 11, 1744; Boston Weekly Newsletter).

Aaron and Benjamin terminated their shipping business because of skepticism in one of their shipping ventures involving a security debt, to which Aaron had to pay. This caused the selling of their business and the reduction of both their wealth's.

Aaron is listed as living in Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey, in 1748 and 1750. Aaron moved his family to the Forks of the Yadkin River, in Rowan County, North Carolina; arriving May 1, 1750. Here he took up farming.

On May 2, 1763 Aaron purchased 766 acres of land located near the Jersey Baptist Church in Rowan County (now Davidson County), North Carolina, for 57L 10s, from Henry McCulloh, who received the land in 1745 as part of a 100,000 acre tract from King George II. It was officially deeded October 14, 1763. He mortgaged this same 766 acres of land on December 7, 1763, for 73L. It was official on January 12, 1764.

Aaron's neighbor was Squire Boone. Sr.. formerly from Schuylkiln. Pennsylvania. On December 29, 1753 John, the Earl of Granville, conveyed to Squire Boone, Sr., a 640 acre tract of land received in a patent granted him by King George II. Squire Boone sold this Granville Tract to his son Daniel on October 12. 1759. Daniel Boone and his wife Rebecca sold these 640 acres. located on the east side of Bear Creek in St. Luke Parish. to Aaron Van Cleave. In the Court house in Salisbury, NC is the original record of the deed by which Daniel Boone transferred 640 acres of land to Aaron VanCleave for the sum of 80 pounds proclamation money of the State of North Carolina. This deed is dated 21 Feb 1764 and was proved of record in the April 1764 term of the court. It was signed by Daniel Boone and Rachel Boone, who made her mark and witnessed by Thomas Holman, Samuel Bailey, who made his mark, and Benjamin VanCleave. Daniel Boone sold this tract of land. located at the Forks of the Yadkin River, in Rowan County , North Carolina, so he could venture west to the new lands of Kentucky.

On January 16, 1768/69, Aaron Van Cleave was appointed Constable of the lower end of the Forks of the Yadkin River, Rowan County, North Carolina. On February 15, 1769 he was fined, as Constable, for non-appearance in court .On February 17, 1769 his appointment as Constable was rescinded.

Aaron is listed in the 1768 and 1769 North Carolina T ax Lists as living in Rowan County, Craig District. Aaron served on a jury at the court in Salisbury on November 5,1771. In the Moravin records Aaron is mentioned; "Old South-German man named Von Cleft" was living at south Yadkin, January 31, 1772. In other records he is listed as: "Van Cleft - a Dutchman of 60 years is leader of a group that gathered at Dutchman's Creek Meeting House," 1772-1773.

This meeting house was the Heidelberg Evangelical Lutheran Church, located a few miles east of Mocksville, Van Cleft is the spelling of the name found in many of the records. The meetings at the Dutchman's Creek Meeting House led to the attendance and participation in the Mecklenburg Convention, of Charlotte North Carolina, which resulted in the appointment of a "Committee of Patriots" (Delegates to the Continental Congress) who drafted the famous "Mecklenburg Resolves" on May 20,1775. Some historians consider this document to be the first Declaration of Independence.

On February 19, 1778 Aaron sold to his son Benjamin 200 acres of the land of the Granville Tract, located on the west side of Bear Creek for 520L. This sale was witnessed by Aaron's son John. The description of this section of the tract is as follows: beginning at a bounded pine tree on the west side of Bear Creek running south 25 chains to black oak -then east 80 chains to a post oak -then north 25 chains to a black oak -then by a straight line to the beginning of the tract .

Aaron is listed in the 1778 North Carolina T ax List as living in Rowan County, Craig District .

Aaron and Rachel are buried in the Burying Ground Ridge Cemetery (now the Old Joppa Ridge Presbyterian Church Graveyard Cemetery) , located at the Forks of the Yadkin River near the present day town of Mocksville, 21 miles north of Salisbury, in Rowan (now Davie County, North Carolina.)

Of Aaron's sons, Samuel is said to have gone to Virginia and Thisgen (?) to Ohio..nothing more is known of these two men except that a descendant of Samuel once visited the Rev. Jonathan VanCleave at Crawfordsville, IN. The other five sons and their sister Jane went to KY with the Boones. John went in about 1775, William and Benjamin in 1776 and Jane in 1777. Ralph and Aaron Jr. in 1785.

Compilation done by Alan Ray Wenzel. c 1989

titled The Pioneers The Van Cleave Family Volume II. Again I have added my research in Chronology.

 

Father: Isabrant VANCLEAVE b: 17 JUL 1678 in New Utrechet, Kings Co., Long Island, N.Y.

Mother: Jannetje Aertsie VANDERBILT b: 17 SEP 1682 in New Utrechet, Kings Co., Long Island, N.Y.

Marriage 1 Rachel SCHENCK b: FEB 1708/09 in Monmouth Co. NJ

Married: 24 SEP 1734 in Middletown, New Jersey

Children of Aaron Van Cleave and Rachel Schenk are:

i. Benjamin Van Cleave

ii. John Van Cleave

iii. Samuel Van Cleave

iv. Jane Van Cleave, married Squire BOONE; born 1744 in PA.

v. Ralph Van Cleave

vi. Aaron Jr Van Cleave

846 vii. William Van Cleave, born 1743 in NJ; died 1786 in KY; married Abigail Frost.

 

1694. William Frost

Child of William Frost is:

847 i. Abigail Frost, born 1744 in NJ; died in KY; married William Van Cleave.

 

1742. James Mason, born in North Ireland; died in Westmoreland County VA. He married 1743. Martha.

1743. Martha, born in North Ireland; died in Westmoreland County VA.

Children of James Mason and Martha are:

871 i. Martha Mason, born 1729 in Ireland; married George Handley.

ii. Mary Mason, born 1740 in born on the ocean, on way to America.

 

1748. John Shelley, born 1710 in CT; died 1751 in CT. He married 1749. Jerusha Leete.

1749. Jerusha Leete, born 1711. She was the daughter of 3498. Joshua Leete and 3499. Mary Munger.

Child of John Shelley and Jerusha Leete is:

874 i. Shubael Shelley, born 1732 in Guilford, New Haven, Ct; married Abigail Royce Rice 1753.

 

1750. Ezekial Royce He married 1751. Abigail Aling.

1751. Abigail Aling

Child of Ezekial Royce and Abigail Aling is:

875 i. Abigail Royce Rice, born in a previous widow; married Shubael Shelley 1753.

 

1752. Richard R Weatherford, born Abt. 1680 in James City, Virginia; died 06 Jul 1756 in Lunenburg VA. He was the son of 3504. Wm Wetherford and 3505. unknown.

Notes for Richard R Weatherford:

Charles WEATHERFORD

Sex: M

Birth: BET. 1718 - 1724 in Mecklenburg, VA

Death: in Unknown

Note:

Charles' land grant is noted first with a grant of 390 acres on the north side of Meherin River which adjoined John Bookers property on 12 Mar 1749. He then sold this land on 6 Nov 1753. he conveys to William Mucklehony both of Lunenburg Co., Va., for L30, 390 acres of land in Lunenburg Co., on the north side of ut....., to white oak in Bears Element Creek, down Branch as it meanders to the Creek, down Creek to the River, down River to first station, etc... In the presence of Christipher Johnson, John Weatherford and William McDow. Deed Bk. 3, pg. 414.

Charles obtained many properties and many lawsuits regarding the lands he owned.

 

Father: Richard R. WEATHERFORD b: BET. 1680 - 1685 in James City CO, VA

Mother: Susannah b: in Unknown

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Richard R. WEATHERFORD

Sex: M

Birth: BET. 1680 - 1685 in James City CO, VA

Death: 6 JUL 1756 in Lunenburg CO, VA

Note:

Richard and his family were living in Amelia Co., Va. about 1739.

Richard moved his family on land which is now known as Mecklenburg Co. Below the Meherrin River on Buckhorn Creek in the 1740's. During the Georgia Land Lottery around 1753, his sons Charles, William and Martin applied for land and left Lunenburg to settle in Augusta Co., Ga. John, Lucy and Elizabeth stayed in Va. with their father Richard. Richard resided with his daughter Lucy and her husband Lydall in his later years up until his death.

 

Father: William Weatherford (WETHERFORD) II b: 1645 in York CO, VA

Mother: b: in Unknown

Marriage 1 Susannah b: in Unknown

Married: BEF. 1718 in Unknown

Children

Charles WEATHERFORD b: BET. 1718 - 1724 in Mecklenburg, VA

William WEATHERFORD b: BET. 1720 - 1730 in Unknown

Martin WEATHERFORD b: 1728 in James City CO, VA

John WEATHERFORD b: 1732 in Unknown

Lucy WEATHERFORD b: 1732 in Unknown

Richard R. WEATHERFORD , Jr. b: ABT. 1733 in Unknown

Elizabeth WEATHERFORD b: 1734 in Taskigi, AL

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William WEATHERFORD

Sex: M

Birth: BET. 1720 - 1730 in Unknown

Death: in Unknown

Note:

It lists William Weatherford and Frances Tucker, next to Charles Weatherford in the region which is now known as Mecklenburg Co.

Tithes for 1749, shows William listed "from Butchers Creek to the extent of the County downwards".

Tithes for 1750, Again, next to Charles Weatherford.

Tithes for 1751, Again, next to Charles Weatherford.

Tithes for 1752, It now lists William next to John Weatherford and John Bone.

 

Father: Richard R. WEATHERFORD b: BET. 1680 - 1685 in James City CO, VA

Mother: Susannah b: in Unknown

Marriage 1 Frances TUCKER b: in Unknown

Married: in Unknown

Children

John WEATHERFORD b: 1740 in Pittsylvania CO, VA

Major WEATHERFORD b: 1745 in Unknown

Children of Richard R Weatherford are:

i. John Weatherford

ii. Richard Weatherford

876 iii. Martin Weatherford, born Abt. 1720 in Virginia and they moved about 1757 to Augusta GA where he had a large corn plantation and slaves; died 1805 in See Georgia Land Lottery; married (1) Mary Half Blood 1747; married (2) Isabella Archer 1778 in Augusta. Richmond, GA.

iv. William Weatherford, born 1721 in Butchers Creek, Mecklenburg, VA; married Frances tucker.

 

 

Notes for William Weatherford:

Charles WEATHERFORD

Sex: M

Birth: BET. 1718 - 1724 in Mecklenburg, VA

Death: in Unknown

Note:

Charles' land grant is noted first with a grant of 390 acres on the north side of Meherin River which adjoined John Bookers property on 12 Mar 1749. He then sold this land on 6 Nov 1753. he conveys to William Mucklehony both of Lunenburg Co., Va., for L30, 390 acres of land in Lunenburg Co., on the north side of ut....., to white oak in Bears Element Creek, down Branch as it meanders to the Creek, down Creek to the River, down River to first station, etc... In the presence of Christipher Johnson, John Weatherford and William McDow. Deed Bk. 3, pg. 414.

Charles obtained many properties and many lawsuits regarding the lands he owned.

 

Father: Richard R. WEATHERFORD b: BET. 1680 - 1685 in James City CO, VA

Mother: Susannah b: in Unknown why is nothing known about this bride.

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Richard R. WEATHERFORD

Sex: M

Birth: BET. 1680 - 1685 in James City CO, VA

Death: 6 JUL 1756 in Lunenburg CO, VA

Note:

Richard and his family were living in Amelia Co., Va. about 1739.

Richard moved his family on land which is now known as Mecklenburg Co. Below the Meherrin River on Buckhorn Creek in the 1740's. During the Georgia Land Lottery around 1753, his sons Charles, William and Martin applied for land and left Lunenburg to settle in Augusta Co., Ga. John, Lucy and Elizabeth stayed in Va. with their father Richard. Richard resided with his daughter Lucy and her husband Lydall in his later years up until his death.

 

Father: William Weatherford (WETHERFORD) II b: 1645 in York CO, VA

Mother: b: in Unknown

Marriage 1 Susannah b: in Unknown

Married: BEF. 1718 in Unknown

Children

Charles WEATHERFORD b: BET. 1718 - 1724 in Mecklenburg, VA

William WEATHERFORD b: BET. 1720 - 1730 in Unknown

Martin WEATHERFORD b: 1728 in James City CO, VA

John WEATHERFORD b: 1732 in Unknown

Lucy WEATHERFORD b: 1732 in Unknown

Richard R. WEATHERFORD , Jr. b: ABT. 1733 in Unknown

Elizabeth WEATHERFORD b: 1734 in Taskigi, AL

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William WEATHERFORD

Sex: M

Birth: BET. 1720 - 1730 in Unknown

Death: in Unknown

Note:

It lists William Weatherford and Frances Tucker, next to Charles Weatherford in the region which is now known as Mecklenburg Co.

Tithes for 1749, shows William listed "from Butchers Creek to the extent of the County downwards".

Tithes for 1750, Again, next to Charles Weatherford.

Tithes for 1751, Again, next to Charles Weatherford.

Tithes for 1752, It now lists William next to John Weatherford and John Bone.

 

Father: Richard R. WEATHERFORD b: BET. 1680 - 1685 in James City CO, VA

Mother: Susannah b: in Unknown

Marriage 1 Frances TUCKER b: in Unknown

Married: in Unknown

Children

John WEATHERFORD b: 1740 in Pittsylvania CO, VA

Major WEATHERFORD b: 1745 in Unknown

v. Charles Weatherford, born 1722; died in See Georgia Land Lottery.

vi. Lucy Weatherford, born 1723 in VA; died in VA; married Lydall.

vii. Elizabeth Weatherford, born 1734 in Taskigi, Alabama.

 

1760. Jacob Kriegler, born 1700 in Dittsmansdorf, Silesia. He was the son of 3520. Martin Kriegler. He married 1761. Susannah Weaver Klore.

1761. Susannah Weaver Klore, born Abt. 1692 in Germany; died in VA. She was the daughter of 3522. Hans Michael Klaar and 3523. Maria.

Children of Jacob Kriegler and Susannah Klore are:

i. Michael Crigler, born in Spotsylvania VA; married Jemima Blankenbaker; born in Culpepper VA.

ii. Anna Margaret Crigler, born in Spotsylvania VA; married Henry Aylor.

iii. Christopher Crigler, born 1721 in GERMANNA , Spotsylvania VA; died 09 Sep 1808 in DAR Patriot, CRIGLERSVILLE, VIRGINIA; married Catherine Finks 1750; born 1732 in Orange Co VA.

Notes for Catherine Finks:

36. Christopher Crigler born about 1721 in Germanna, Virginia, married 1750, died 9 September 1808 in Criglersville, Virginia. Christopher was a Patriot in the Revolutionary War in Virginia. He is listed in the DAR Index, Volumn #I. Christopher Crigler was commissioned an Ensign in the Culpeper Militia, 18 August 1763.

37. Catherine Finks, daughter of Mark Finks.

Children: 36A. Maria Crigler born 9 September 1751.

36B. Reubin Crigler born 28 Januaary 1753.

36C. Jacob Crigler born 27 June 1756.

36D. Elizabeth Crigler born 7 July 1759.

36E. Susanna Crigler born 3 January 1762.

36F. Lewis (Ludwig) Crigler born 1 October 1764.

36G. (John 5) Crighler born 10 June 1767.

36H. Christopher Crigler born 28 November 1769.

36I. Anna Crigler born 6 July 1771.

36J. James Crigler born 23 May 1775.

36K. William Crigler born 2 June 1778. Hume Family

880 iv. Nicholas Crigler, born Abt. 1723 in Germanna, Spotsylvania VA; died in on rent rolls Culpepper County VA in 1764; married Margaret Kaifer.

 

1764. John Carpenter, born 1725; died 1804 in Germanna Virginia. He was the son of 3528. John Zimmerman Carpenter and 3529. Anna Barbara Kerker. He married 1765. Eva?Dorothy Cook.

1765. Eva?Dorothy Cook

Children of John Carpenter and Eva?Dorothy Cook are:

i. Elenor? Carpenter

ii. Margaret Carpenter

iii. Leah Carpenter

iv. John Carpenter, born 1748 in Madison VA; married Susannah Delph.

882 v. Michael Carpenter, born Abt. 1750 in Culpepper VA; died 1818; married Rebecca Delph 1776 in Madison Co VA.

vi. George Carpenter, born 1751.

vii. Mary Carpenter, born 1760.

viii. Samuel Carpenter, born 1762.

 

1766. Conrad Delph He married 1767. Anna Magdalena Castler.

1767. Anna Magdalena Castler

Children of Conrad Delph and Anna Castler are:

i. Susannah Delph, married John Carpenter; born 1748 in Madison VA.

883 ii. Rebecca Delph, born Abt. 1759 in Culpepper VA; died 1823; married Michael Carpenter 1776 in Madison Co VA.

 

1776. John li Roby, born 1648 in England; died 1724 in Charles County, MD. He was the son of 3552. John Roby and 3553. Eleanor Beeney. He married 1777. Sara Hines Luckett in Charles County Maryland.

1777. Sara Hines Luckett, born 1668 in MD; died 1688. She was the daughter of 3554. Samuel Luckett and 3555. Elizabeth.

Children of John Roby and Sara Luckett are:

i. Peter Roby, born 1685; died 1735.

ii. Thomas Roby, born 1687.

iii. Elizabeth Roby, born 1690.

iv. John Roby, born 1691.

888 v. William Roby, born Abt. 1700; died 1774; married (1) Sarah Smallwood 1732 in Charles MD; married (2) Mary Alexander 1740 in Charles MD; married (3) Elizabeth Owens 1748 in Charles MD.

vi. Michael Roby, born 1704.

 

1784. Jonathon Simmons He was the son of 3568. Joseph Simmons and 3569. Anne. He married 1785. Elizabeth Isaac.

1785. Elizabeth Isaac, born 1677. She was the daughter of 3570. Joseph Isaac.

Children of Jonathon Simmons and Elizabeth Isaac are:

i. Joseph Simmons

ii. Elizabeth Simmons

iii. Mary Simmons

iv. Isaac Simmons

v. Richard Simmons

vi. Rebecca Simmons

892 vii. Johnathon Simmons, born Abt. 1700 in Prince George Co, MD; died 26 Aug 1761 in Prince George Co, MD; married Elizabeth Swearingen.

 

1786. Van Swearingen He married 1787. Elizabeth Walker.

1787. Elizabeth Walker, born 1695 in MD.

Child of Van Swearingen and Elizabeth Walker is:

893 i. Elizabeth Swearingen, born 1718; died 1785 in Prince George Co, MD; married Johnathon Simmons.

 

1788. Nathan Wells, born 1695 in Quaker , Prince George County, Maryland; died 1770 in Prince George Co., MD. He was the son of 3576. Thomas Wells and 3577. Frances Smith. He married 1789. Mary Duckett 13 Dec 1716 in Queen Anne's Par, Anne Arundel Co, MD.

1789. Mary Duckett, born Abt. 1699 in All Hallows Parrish, Anne Arundel Co., MD. She was the daughter of 3578. Richard Duckett and 3579. Charity Jacob.

Children of Nathan Wells and Mary Duckett are:

i. Elizabeth Wells

ii. Mary Wells

iii. Sarah Wells

iv. Jemima Wells

v. Richard Wells

vi. Susanna Wells

vii. Kezia Wells

viii. Nathan Wells

ix. John Duckett Wells

894 x. Jacob Wells, born 21 Sep 1735 in Queen Anne's Parish, Prince George Co, MD; died Aft. 1800 in Bullitt Co KY; married Sedgwick 1757 in virginia.

 

1792. John Fann, born 1670 in Virginia or England; died 1719 in Richmond Co, North Farnham Parish, Virginia. He was the son of 3584. William Fann. He married 1793. Mary Stone 1698 in Virginia.

1793. Mary Stone, died 1732 in Richmond Co Virginia. She was the daughter of 3586. William Stone and 3587. Sarah Howard.

Children of John Fann and Mary Stone are:

i. Judith Fenn

ii. Amelia Sarah Fenn

iii. Willoughby Fenn, born 1700.

896 iv. Henry Fenn, born 23 Apr 1702; died 1732; married Winifred Gathings.

v. Winifred Fenn, born 1714; married William Hames.

 

1924. Peter Jr. Moon, born Abt. Aug 1710 in VA. He was the son of 3848. Peter Moon and 3849. Elizabeth Smith. He married 1925. Elizabeth Stone.

1925. Elizabeth Stone, born Abt. 1710.

Children of Peter Moon and Elizabeth Stone are:

i. Peter Moon

ii. John Moon

962 iii. Gideon Moon, born Abt. 1730 in New Kent County VA; died 1790 in Lunenburg County VA; married Mary Hudson Hill Abt. 1743.

 

1926. Hall Hudson He was the son of 3852. Richard Hudson and 3853. Mary Hall. He married 1927. Elizabeth Hampton Abt. 1720 in Nottoway Parish, Amelia, VA.

1927. Elizabeth Hampton, born in Amelia VA.

Notes for Hall Hudson:

Will: 13 MAR 1778 Nottoway Parish, Amelia County, VA; no wife listed

Most all of the information of this branch of HUDSONS OF AMELIA has

been derived through the generosity of numerous other Hudson researcher

Two of my most reliable sources are: Jennifer Hudson Taylor and Mr. Van

Hudson. There many other researchers too numerous to list here. All other

information has been gleaned from genealogy books at Ladsdon Genealogic

Library, Vidalia, Georgia and has been so noted.

Hall HUDSON later lived in Amelia County, VA. On 25 Mar 1770, he made

a deed of gift to his sons Joshua, Richard, and Obediah Hudson of 150,

190, and 190 acres respectively. He made his will on 13 March 1778 in

Amelia Co VA (Will Book No. 2, 1780-1786, Reel 29, Pages 10-11). His

children are listed in the Bristol Parish register and named in this will.

Hall HUDSON with wife ELIZABETH HAMPTON made many land purchases in

Prince George County, VA and also sold land in that VA county. Surveys

made by Robert Bolling from June 1719 to June 1720 quote "purchased land

on both sides of Ellington Branch of Numissen Creek 237 acres on 21 Nov.

1719." Children's birthdates and baptismal dates are in the Albemarle

Parish (Surry and Susses Counties 1739 to 1778). SOURCE: Cathy Thompson

dated April 13, 2001.

Children of Hall Hudson and Elizabeth Hampton are:

963 i. Mary Hudson Hill, died 1799 in VA; married (1) Hill; married (2) Gideon Moon Abt. 1743.

ii. Joshua Hudson

iii. Richard Hudson

iv. Elizabeth Hall Hudson, born 1734 in Amelia VA; died 1825 in Elbert GA; married Cuthbert Hudson 1754 in Charlotte VA; born 1733; died 1801.

v. Obediah Richard Hudson, born 1735 in Prince George VA; died 1785 in Henry VA; married Rhoda Hall or Anderson.

 

1928. John Wood He married 1929. Susannah Anderson.

1929. Susannah Anderson

Child of John Wood and Susannah Anderson is:

964 i. Wm Wood, born 1730 in VA; died 1808 in Albemarle VA; married Ann Crane.

 

1930. John Scanlon Crane He married 1931. Elizabeth Ferguson.

1931. Elizabeth Ferguson She was the daughter of 3862. James Ferguson and 3863. Anne.

Child of John Crane and Elizabeth Ferguson is:

965 i. Ann Crane, born 1733; married Wm Wood.

 

1952. Edward Broadaway, born 1674 in Del; died 1738 in VA. He was the son of 3904. Nicholas Brodoway and 3905. Catherine Horsley. He married 1953. Mary Pool.

1953. Mary Pool, born 1685 in SC. She was the daughter of 3906. William Pettypool.

Children of Edward Broadaway and Mary Pool are:

i. William Broadway

ii. Mary Broadway

976 iii. Abner Broadway, born 1713 in VA; died 1809 in Sc; married Mary Gardener Abt. 1755.

iv. Nicholas Broadway, born 1722 in VA; died 1790 in SC; married Martha Regan.

v. Charles Broadway, born 1722 in VA; died 1793 in SC; married Elinior Allison.

vi. Thomas Broadway, born 30 Aug 1724.

vii. Edward Broadway, born 1726.

 

1984. Samuel Edward Bozeman, born Bef. 1684 in Virginia; died in North Carolina. He was the son of 3968. Ralph Bozeman and 3969. Mary Branch. He married 1985. Mary White.

1985. Mary White, born Abt. 1690 in If Mary named her son after her brother then this author feels comfortable with this lineage. She was the daughter of 3970. John White and 3971. UNKNOWN.

Notes for Samuel Edward Bozeman:

Land Office Grants - Full View of Record

 

http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=439&last=&g_p=P22&collection=LO Patent

Title Crenshaw, Thomas.

Publication 20 August 1745.

Other Format Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office. Patents 1-42, reels 1-41.

Note Location: Isle of Wight County.

Description: 245 acres on the south side of Nottaway River. Beg.g at a pine on the north side of Arthurs Swamp a corner of Joseph West’s land, also adjoining the land of Samuel Bozman &c.

Source: Land Office Patents No. 22, 1743-1745 (v.1 & 2 p.1-631), p. 439 (Reel 20).

Part of the index to the recorded copies of patents for land issued by the Secretary of the Colony serving as the colonial Land Office. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.

Subject - Personal Crenshaw, Thomas. grantee.

West, Joseph.

Bozman, Samuel.

Subject - Topical Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Virginia -- Isle of Wight County

Subject -Geographic Isle of Wight County (Va.) -- History -- 18th century

Genre/Form Land grants -- Virginia -- Isle of Wight County.

Added Entry Virginia. Colonial Land Office. Patents, 1623-1774.

Library of Virginia. Archives.

System Number 000742107

 

 

 

Many of us have census records that show the same

person born in NC in one record and SC in another.

A one page article in Georgia Genealogical Magazine Vol 33, 128-9 pg 217

by Albert Bruce Pruitt helps explain how this may come about.

1) the final NC/SC boundary was not established until 1815.

2) Before that deeds were often "willy nilly" recorded in either NC or SC.

3) In particular Rutherford County, NC deeds may have been recorded

in Spartanburg District, SC after it was formed in 1785.

More About Samuel Edward Bozeman:

Burial: White and Bozeman settled beside each other.

Children of Samuel Bozeman and Mary White are:

i. Samuel Edward Bozeman, born 1730 in Bladen Co, NC; married Ann Richardson 1754 in Bladen County, NC; born 1738 in Bladen Co NC.

Notes for Samuel Edward Bozeman:

Birth: 1730

Death: BEF 1794 in Bladen County North Carolina

Note: DAR Patriot Index, national Society of the Daughters of theAmerican RevolutionDiamond Jubilee Admin. Washington: 1966 Page 72"as a private he served in the Militia during the Rev. War.Samuel Bozeman took part in the Seige of Augusta, Ga. on the side of the colonies. He was accompanied by two of his sons,Joseph and Jacob. Additional supporting proof previouslyfurnished to DAR by Nat. No. 525327

Change Date: 19 JUL 2004

Father: James Edward Bozeman b: ABT 1705 in Maryland?

=================

 

 

992 ii. Mordicai Bozeman, born Abt. 1735 in ABT Edgecombe County, NC; found on the internet in South Carolina, on Pension list of American Revolution in South Carolina Archives; married Elizabeth and obviously she had no last name, so one could suspect that she was a Native American mother of his children. He is also mentioned in the book which I have read, Sketches of Bozeman, printed in 1885, but that author had no idea about our Alabama family, when Mordecai’s children migrated.

 

 

http://www.hometown.aol.com/bozemangenweb/Family.html.

 

2000. Elmore Anderson, born Abt. 1720 in Indian Nation, Onslow Co NC; died in Richmond County GA. He was the son of 4000. Edmond Anderson and 4001. Sarah. He married 2001. Rebecca Holmes.

2001. Rebecca Holmes, born in Cherokee Nation East.

More About Elmore Anderson:

Record Change: 02 Oct 2003

Notes for Rebecca Holmes:

Sandy, I must be related to this group too. This Anderson Mosley Sellers is

named for my gggrandfather, Anderson Mosley who lived in Lowndes Co. AL

 

Beginning Part IIThe earliest generation of Sellers is given by,Carl V.

Wright as William Sellers of Tarboro NC.saying he was the father of Elisha

Sellers.

Elisha Sellers ,the next generation,was the father of Alfred Sellers and

William Calvin Sellers Sr.,b. ca.1760 NC.d.NC.

William Calvin Sellers Sr,(1) entered the Revolutionary War at the age of

16 and fought for 6 years and at one time was a prisoner of The

Tories.Similar records were found on Elisha Sellers,and several persons

have joined the DAR on his records.

An article in Memorial Records Of Ala. states that William Calvin Sellers

Sr. lived to be 100 years old,also that he died in NC.

His widow came to Ala. William Calvin Sellers Jr. and Alfred Sellers,who

married Elizabeth Anderson the sister of Lavinia ,who marriedWilliam Calvin

Jr,

REF: SOME DECENDANTS OF WILLIAM SELLERS WHO WAS IN TARBORO,NC. IN

1750,compiled by Clark H. Watters and Elizabeth Stone Watters....copied by

Dan Neal from Birmingham Public Library. NOTE: The watters knew nothing

about Alfred Sellers.

William Calvin Sellers II,was born ca.1750,went to Griffen,Ga.and later to

LowndesCo. Ala.settling at Morganville. William Calvin and Alfred Sellers

married in Jefferson Co.Ga. to sisters Lavinia and Elizabeth Anderson"

(There appears to be some confusion between the William Calvin Jr and

Sr.with regard to their births,because the next info gives conflicting

data:)

William Calvin SellersJr.{Veteran of Indian wars 1836-1837}

born.1790 NC

D.1848,Lowndes Co,Ala.

Married 1st: 2 Dec 1818,Jefferson Co. Ga,Lavinia Anderson,b.ca 1798

NC.d.1843,Morganville,Lowndes Co.Ala.age 45,both were members of the

Protestant Methodist Church.

Lavinia Anderson was the daughter of Elijah Anderson b.1750,Onslow

Co.NC.d.after 4 July 1807 Jefferson,Co.Ala was married to Lavinia

Brack,b.ca 1763 d.before Nov. 1844,Montgomery Co.Ala. Lavinia came to

Montgomery Co.ALA.in 1820's from Jefferson Co. GA.

Married 2nd: Mariah A. Trotter d/o Joseph and Martha Trotter,b.17 April

1825,d.1Jan 1813,Montgomery Ala.

NOTE that Martha Trotter was b,14 May 1792 and d. 18 OCt 1878.and is

buried in the Carmel Cemetery.Joseph and Martha Trotter were married in

Edgefield Co.SC.Martha was a sister to William Calvin Sellers' daughter in

law,Harriet Trotter Sellers. After the death of William Calvin Sellers,

Mariah married 2nd to S.F. Johnston.

Issue of Lavinia Anderson Sellers and William Calvin SellersJr.

1. James Anderson Sellers b.26 Sept 1819.Ga.m: Harriet Trotter

2. Elizabeth Sellersb.ca 1820 Ga. M. Robert Walton

3. Rebecca L. Sellers b.17 Dec 1822 Ga.

4. William Calvin Sellers III,b. 20 Sept 1825 Ga.

5. Lavinia J. Sellers ,b.24 Sept 1827 Ga.

6. Anderson Mosely Sellers ,b.8 Jan 1829 Lowndes Co. Ala.

7. Frances Ann Sellers,b. LowndesCo, Ala.

8. Major Holcomb Sellers b.?

9. Mary Sellers b.?

Issue of Mariah Trotter Sellers and William Calvin Sellers:

1. Thomas Jefferson Sellers,b.8 June 1848,Lowndes Co. Ala.

END OF PART 2.

In part 3 ,I want to discuss sisters Lavinia and Elizabeth Anderson who

married Sellers brothers. Each had Cherokee Blood on the paternal and

maternal side. They had two grandmothers who were of the Cherokee Tribe on

their fathers side that made their Father half Cherokee. They also had

Cherokee blood on their mother's side too,having at least one grandmother

of Cherokee orgin,making their grandmother Lavinia Brack at least one

quarter blood Cherokee. Alfred Sellers himself may have had Cherokee Blood

too. His paternal grandmother Mary Willis was probably a member of the

Cherokee tribe,and his ggrandmother may have been a full blood Chrokee .

Her name is unknown

Here is a brief direct lineage on the Anderson side ,beginning with the

earliest known by Carl V. Wright

1. Edmond Anderson,b.? m.?NC, Sarah (probably full blood cherokee

Cherokee-not proven)d,1742N.C.

2.Elmore Anderson ,b.1720m;Rebbeca Holmes (probably halfblooded

Cherokee)d.1772 N.C.

3.Elijah Anderson ,b.1750 Onslow Co. N.C.m; Lavinia Brack (1/2 blood)d/o

Eleazor Brack and Ester Doty,1802,Jefferson Co.Ga.

4. Elizabeth Anderson,b.1796{probably Richmond Co. Ga} m; 2 Dec

1818,Jefferson Co. Ga.to Alfred Sellers d.1856.Coosa Co. Ala.

5. James Wesley Sellers b. 1823 Jefferson Co. Ga.

Steve says: I will mention that it is thru Lavinia Brack and her Mother

Ester Doty that we can trace our line back to Edward Doty ,of the

Mayflower,and thence to the European lines of royalty back 33 generations

to "Alfred The Great"and even earlier. Also the Holmes line is traceable

back in Europe over 14 more generations,but all this is clearly beyond the

scope of email messages of this sort.

I would hope you will provide me with a descendant genealogy of your

husband's family from James Wesley Sellers to your family.

Lou that is about all I have gotten from Steve, I will try to contact him

again. I did send him a package like I sent to you,with no comment as of

yet, So maybe he isn't done with the census work he has been doing.

More About Rebecca Holmes:

Record Change: 02 Oct 2003

Children of Elmore Anderson and Rebecca Holmes are:

i. Jane Anderson

ii. Ester Anderson

iii. Eleazor Anderson, born in GA; died in on the 1840 census Montg AL by his brother Elijah.

iv. Rachael Anderson

v. Rebecca Anderson

vi. Elizabeth Anderson

vii. Sarah Anderson

viii. Sally Anderson

Notes for Sally Anderson:

Mary Matilda INDIAN

Sex: F

Birth: ABT 1832

Death: 26 APR 1854

Burial: St Johns, Red River Settlement

Marriage 1 David ANDERSON b: 1 MAY 1827

Married: ABT 1847Children

John Henry ANDERSON b: BEF 25 OCT 1840 in Red River Settlement

Mary ANDERSON b: 1852 in White Mud River

Sally E ANDERSON b: BEF 1 JAN 1853

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ix. Nancy Anderson

1000 x. Elisha Anderson, born Abt. 1750 in Onslow Co NC; died in REV WAR SOLDIER Richmond Co GA; married (1) Elizabeth Brack; married (2) Lavinia Brack 1760 in Onslow Co, NC.

 

2002. Eleazer Brack, born Abt. 1727 in Onslow Co NC; died Abt. 1831 in Hephzibah, GA. He was the son of 4004. George Brack and 4005. Gean Giffen. He married 2003. Hester DOTY.

2003. Hester DOTY, born Abt. 1744 in NJ; died 1806 in GA. She was the daughter of 4006. Benajah DOTY and 4007. Elizabeth Farr.

 

Children of Eleazer Brack and Hester DOTY are:

1001 i. Lavinia Brack, born 1763 in Indian Nation, Onslow Co NC; died Abt. 1844 in Montgomery, AL; married Elisha Anderson 1760 in Onslow Co, NC.

ii. Rachel Brack, born 1763; married Edmond Byne; born 1774.

iii. Elizabeth Brack, born 1764; married Elisha Anderson; born Abt. 1750 in Onslow Co NC; died in REV WAR SOLDIER Richmond Co GA.

Notes for Elisha Anderson:

Name: Elijah ANDERSON

Sex: M

Birth: ABT 1750 in Onslow Co. NC

Death: BEF 4 JUL 1807 in Richmond, GA

Note:

 

BIOGRAPHY: Elijah Anderson died before July 4, 1807 as that was the date his widow entered his orphans in the GEORGIAN ORPHANS LAND LOTTERY. Elijah served in the American Revolution in North Carolina.(Ref: GEORGIAN ROSTER OF REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS, by L L Knight; Bounty in said book, pages 127, 209, and 226, Land bounty of Georgia. (Mrs. Chester Kauffman (Nell), of Georgetown, Texas joined the D.A.R. on this well documented line. Her National number is 557578, DANIEL COLEMAN CHAPTER, Georgetown, Texas. LAND BOUNTY: from LL Knight's book: page 209: Bounty Surveys, Elijah Anderson 287 acres in Washington County, Georgia, Warrant 672 May 17, 1784, pages 224 and 226: 287 acres Washington County, Georgia survey 20, June 11, 1784, Warrant 672 page 7. The above bounty places Elijah Anderson as owner of land in Washington County, Georgia by May 17, 1784. The last battle of the American Revolution ceased on June 28, 1783, just eight years, two months, and nine days after Lexington and in the land of that costly surplus of tea. The final treaty was signed at Paris September 3, 1783. Elijah and his family were in Washington County, and later in Burk County. They moved to Richmond County where Elijah lived the remainder of his days. His widow and the large Anderson Clan moved to Jefferson County, Georgia, and later Montgomery County, Alabama in the 1820's where Lavinia died in 1844

 

BIOGRAPHY: Father: Elmore ANDERSON b: ABT 1720 in Onslow Co. NC

Mother: Rebbeca HOLMES

BIOGRAPHY: Marriage 1 Lavinia 'Elvie' BRACK b: 1763 in Onslow Co. NC

Married: 1780 in Onslow Co. NC

Children

Elijah ANDERSON b: ABT 1799 in GA

had Seaborn who had Nancy Jane who married Peter Edward Bozeman.

Elivie ANDERSON b: 1779

Jane ANDERSON b: ABT 1781

Ester ANDERSON b: ABT 1782

Eleazor ANDERSON b: 1783

Rachael ANDERSON b: ABT 1785

Rebecca ANDERSON b: ABT 1787

Elizabeth ANDERSON b: 1796 in prob. Richmond Co. GA

Sarah ANDERSON b: ABT 1792

Sally ANDERSON

Nancy ANDERSON

Elisha ANDERSON b: ABT 1775

Lavina ANDERSON b: ABT 1790

 

 

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More About Elisha Anderson:

Burial: Montgomery Alabama

Record Change: 02 Oct 2003

 

2008. Elisha Sellers, born Abt. 1735 in Columbus, N Hampton Co, NC; died 1801 in Rev War Patriot , Brunswick Co., NC. He was the son of 4016. William Sellers and 4017. Mary Willis. He married 2009. Sarah Jane Peeples 1759 in Brunswick NC.

2009. Sarah Jane Peeples, born 1738 in Cherokee Tribe; died 1782 in Indian Nation, Brunswick Co., NC.

Notes for Elisha Sellers:

Elisha Sellers and his family lived in Edgecombe (later Brunswick) County, North Carolina where he and his son Calvin served in the American Revolution. Elisha served in the Wilmington District Militia,

and fought at the battle of Eutaw Springs in 1781. See "Decendents of William Sellers, Sr. of Isle of Wight, Virginia, 1657" by Opal Freer Spencer.

It should be noted that Elisha married three times. The maiden names of of each of his three wives are included in three of his children's names: Nancy Ann Peoples Sellers, John Bryant Sellers, and Willets Daniel Sellers.

[Edward Thomas Ray Descendants.FTW]

Elisha Sellers and his family lived in Edgecombe (later Brunswick) County, North Carolina where he and his son Calvin served in the American Revolution. Elisha served in the Wilmington District Militia,

and fought at the battle of Eutaw Springs in 1781. See "Decendents of William Sellers, Sr. of Isle of Wight, Virginia, 1657" by Opal Freer Spencer.

It should be noted that Elisha married three times. The maiden names of of each of his three wives are included in three of his children's names: Nancy Ann Peoples Sellers, John Bryant Sellers, and Willets Daniel Sellers.

 

Father: William Benjamin SELLERS b: ABT 1710 in Bertie County, North Carolina

Mother: Marie UNKNOWN b: ABT 1710 in North Carolina

Marriage 1 Sarah Jane PEOPLES b: ABT 1738 in North Carolina

Married: ABT 1765 in Brunswick County, North Carolina 1Children

William Calvin SELLERS b: ABT 1765 in Brunswick County, North Carolina

Thomas SELLERS b: 1767 in Brunswick County, North Carolina

Matthew SELLERS b: 1768 in Brunswick County, North Carolina

Sara W. SELLERS b: ABT 1774

Mary SELLERS b: ABT 1775

(Nancy?) Ann Peoples SELLERS b: 22 MAR 1782 in Brunswick County, North Carolina

Marriage 2 Catherine BRYANT b: AFT 1744 in North Carolina

Married: DEC 1782 in North Carolina 1Children

John Bryant SELLERS b: SEP 1783 in Brunswick County, North Carolina

Michael SELLERS b: JUL 1784 in Brunswick County, North Carolina

Marriage 3 Mary WILLETS b: ABT 1760 in Brunswick County, North Carolina

Married: AUG 1784 in Brunswick County, North Carolina 1Children

Willets Daniel SELLERS b: MAY 1785 in Brunswick County, North Carolina

Benjamin SELLERS b: 1786 in Brunswick County, North Carolina

Samuel Calvin SELLERS b: 17 APR 1788 in Brunswick County, North Carolina

Sarah (Nancy?) SELLERS b: ABT 1790 in Brunswick County, North Carolina

Martha W. SELLERS b: ABT 1792 in Brunswick County, North Carolina

Sources:

Children of Elisha Sellers and Sarah Peeples are:

1004 i. Wm Calvin Sellers, born 1760 in Rev War Patriot, War of 1812, NC; died 1860 in GA; married (1) Sarah; married (2) Sarah Crawford.

ii. Reverend Thomas Sellers, born 1768 in NC; died Abt. 1850 in Brunswick NC; married UNKNOWN Sarah; born Abt. 1772.

iii. Mathew Sellers, born 1768 in NC; died 12 Nov 1849 in Pike County, Missouri Beat, Alabama.

iv. Sarah Sellers, born 1775.

v. Mary Sellers, born 1775.

vi. Nancy Ann Peoples Sellers, born 22 Mar 1782; married Henry Mints; born 1782.

 

Generation No. 12

2112. Major Lawrence Smith, born 1629 in England; died 1700 in VA.

Child of Major Lawrence Smith is:

1056 i. REV Guy Smith, born 1675 in England; married Miss Perrin.

 

2116. Peter Ransone, born 1660 in England.

Child of Peter Ransone is:

1058 i. Captain James Ransone.

 

2272. Edward Pennington, born 1669 in England; died 1710 in Philadelphia PA. He married 2273. Sarah Jennings.

2273. Sarah Jennings, born 1679 in Philadelphia PA. She was the daughter of 4546. Samuel Jennings and 4547. Ann Oliffe.

Children of Edward Pennington and Sarah Jennings are:

i. John Pennington

ii. William Pennington

iii. Isaac Pennington

iv. Keziah Pennington

v. Isabella Pennington

1136 vi. Abraham Pennington, born 1695 in Cecil Maryland; married Catherine Williams 1720 in Orange, Frederick, Virginia.

 

3238. Nathaniel Thomas He married 3239. Ann.

3239. Ann

Notes for Nathaniel Thomas:

not a connection but worth researching...

1880 United States Census

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Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

William THOMAS Self W Male MU 51 NC Farmer NC NC

Ritta THOMAS Dau S Female MU 22 NC Keeps House NC NC

Ben THOMAS Son S Male MU 20 NC Laborer NC NC

Cloe THOMAS Dau S Female MU 16 NC Laborer NC NC

 

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Source Information:

Census Place Townsville, Granville, North Carolina

Family History Library Film 1254965

Child of Nathaniel Thomas and Ann is:

1619 i. Catherin Thomas, married George Emery.

 

3252. William Reynolds, born Abt. 1630; died Abt. 1700 in Richmond Co VA. He was the son of 6504. Cornelius Reynolds and 6505. Margery UNKNOWN. He married 3253. UNKNOWN.

3253. UNKNOWN

Child of William Reynolds and UNKNOWN is:

1626 i. Cornelius Reynolds, died Abt. 1734 in Essex Co VA; married Martha Beasley.

 

3264. Hananiah Parker, born 1638 in FREEMAN in 1679. He was the son of 6528. Thomas Parker and 6529. Amy.

Notes for Hananiah Parker:

Family of Dea. Thomas Parker (538) & Amy [Parker]

 

1856. Dea. Thomas Parker. Born ca 1636 at prob. Lynn, MA.89 Thomas died at Reading, MA on 17 Jul 1699.15 Occupation: husbandman.

On 15 Jun 1699 Thomas Parker, husbandman of Reading with wife Deborah deeded to his son Jonathan Parker "for love and good will and in consideration of what he has done for me and what he is obliged to do for me and my now married wife, by and obligation bearing date with this deed" all his homestead and eleven acres of land plus five acres in Bare Meadow and six acres of upland in the second division, and two acres of pine swamp "at cousin Eaton's plaine." It was agreed that Jonathan woud not sell the land as long as his parents were living. Witnesses John Felch & Jospeh Burnap. (Middlesex Deeds 12:430.)89

On 13 Nov 1667 Thomas married Deborah Kibbe (1623) , daughter of Edward Kibbe (493) (11 May 1611-ca 1694) & Mary Partridge (1874) (ca 1618-), at Reading, MA.15 Born on 7 Nov 1647 at Boston, MA.89 Deborah died in 1699.

It is not certain that Deborah, Thomas's wife was Deborah Kibbe.89

Children:

5768 i. Thomas (1668-)

5769 ii. Samuel (1670-1755)

5770 iii. Sarah (1671-)

5771 iv. Deborah (1674-1751)

5772 v. Mary (ca1676-<1755)

5773 vi. Jonathan (Died young) (1678-1755)

5774 vii. Elizabeth (1681-)

5775 viii. Abigail (1683-1770)

5776 ix. Ruth (1686-1705)

5777 x. Joseph (1688-1752)

1857. Lieut. Hananiah Parker. Born ca 1638 at Lynn or Reading, MA. Hananiah died at Reading, MA on 10 Mar 1723/4.15

"Hananiah Parker settled on land which bordered his fathers farm. (This it seems was situated about a half-mile east of Dea. Thomas Parker's, on the main road from Lynn to Lowell, now Lowell Street in Wakefield, and upon which place Hananiah's descendants, through his son Ebenezer, occupoied and lived for five generations in the Parker name. ...) The assessors' list of 1667 credits him with a house and farm. He was made a freeman Oct. 15, 1679. He belonged to Reading's military company, of which he was chosed ensign in 1680, and lieutenant in 1684. It is evident that his Puritan townsmen had confidence in his ability and character at an early date, for in 1679 he with tow others were given charge of building a new Meeting-house. He was then chosen by the General Court one of the Committee to 'rectifie and settle the highway between Woburn and Reading.' Consider the energy and industry of our ancestor when we say that in addition to the great work of changing the primeval forest to a fertile farm he performed the duties of selectman, town clerk and representative, each for a long period. The military affairs required much of his time, if not active service at certain periods. Traingings were frequent and an absence cost a heavy fine. Every Sunday found him at church, to which he and wife connected themselves very soon after marriage. The Church records mention his name with respect. As a representative of Reading to the General Court at Boston he served seven years. He was a typical Puritan yeoman, the father of a rugged, honorable family of children. He gave thought to the education of the young. In 1707 Lt. Hananiah Parker and Capt. John Browne were appointed committee 'to provide a Scool Master for the towne school.' They reported that John Webb of Braintree 'be chosen to teach reading, writing, casting accounts and the Latin and Greek tongues' for the three months next ensuing."88

Hananiah made a deposition in 1672 stating he was 34 years old (Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County, 4:85). He was made a freeman in 1679, and served as selectman, town clerk, and representative of Reading. On 12 Nov 1706 Lieut. Hananiah Parker of Reading deeded to John Eaton of Reading part of the tlot that was Nicholas Browne's (ibid., 27:535). On 13 Jun 1712 John Parker Sr of Reading, joiner (with consent of his wife Deliverance and honored father Lieut. Hanahiah Parker) deeded his homestead to Jonathan Poole of Reading (ibid., 25:161).89

Hananiah's will, dated 20 May 1703, probated 30 Mar 1724, names wife Mary, sons Jon, Samuel, & Ebenezer, daughter Mary Pool, grandchildren, and brother Nathaniel, and gives to son John 3 acres of meadow which was his grandfather Brown's gift to his mother.89

On 30 Sep 1663 Hananiah first married Elizabeth Browne (3331) , daughter of Nicholas Browne (890) (ca 1601-5 Apr 1673) & Elizabeth [Browne] (ca 1605-1 Nov 1674), at Reading, MA.15 Born on 10 Dec 1647 at Reading, MA.47 Elizabeth died at Reading, MA on 27 Feb 1697.15

Children:

6511 i. John (1664-1741)

6512 ii. Samuel (1666-<1748)

6513 iii. Elizabeth (1668-1696)

6514 iv. Mary (ca1670-)

6515 v. Sarah (Died soon) (1672-1673)

6516 vi. Hananiah (Died young) (1674-1675)

6517 vii. Ebenezer (1675-1749)

6518 viii. Hananiah (Died soon) (1681-1681)

On 12 Dec 1700 Hananiah second married Mary Barsham, daughter of William Barsham (ca 1610-13 Jul 1684) & Anabel Smith alias Bland (ca 1615-bef 23 Aug 1683), at Watertown, MA.15 Born on 23 Jun 1648 at Watertown, MA.89 Mary died at Wakefield, MA on 4 Jan 1735/6.89

Mary, widow of Dea. John Bright of Watertown.

Mary's will, dated 5 Apr 1731, probated 13 Feb 1735, names son-in-law Ebenezer Parker of REading.89

1858. Sergt. John Parker. Born ca 1640 at Reading, MA. John died at Reading, MA on 21 Feb 1698/9.15

John and Hannah resided on Cawdrey's Hill.16

John died intestate. The division of the estate named widow Thankful, eldest son John, Kendall, Rebeka, Elizabeth, Jonathan, Thomas, Hannah, and David. (Middlesex Probate, 16623.)89

On 13 Nov 1667 John first married Hannah Kendall (5731) , daughter of Dea. Thomas Kendall (1613) (ca 1616-22 Jul 1681) & Rebecca Payne (ca 1618-17 Jul 1703), at Reading, MA.15 Born on 29 Jan 1650 at Lynn, MA. Hannah died at Reading, MA on 8 Jul 1689.15

Children:

6519 i. John (1668-1741)

6520 ii. Thomas (1670-1689)

6521 iii. Hannah (1672-1689)

6522 iv. Rebecca (Died young) (1674-1689)

6523 v. Kendall (1677-1755)

6524 vi. Abigail (Died young) (1679-1680)

6525 vii. Jonathan (1681-1746)

6526 viii. David (1686-1736)

6527 ix. Abigail (Died soon) (1688-1689)

On 28 Jan 1689/90 John second married Thankful [Parker], at Reading, MA.15 Thankful died aft 1699.89

Children:

6528 i. Hannah (1690-)

6529 ii. Rebecca (1691-)

6530 iii. Thomas (1694-<1718)

6531 iv. Elizabeth (Posthumous) (1698->1719)

1859. Joseph Parker. Born on 24 Dec 164[2].89 Joseph died bef 1645.

1860. Joseph Parker. Born on 24 Dec 1645 at Reading, MA.15 Joseph died at Reading, MA on 14 Apr 1646.15

1861. Mary Parker. Born on 12 Dec 1647 at Reading, MA.15 Mary died at Beverly, MA on 6 Aug 1717.89

Mary married Samuel Dodge, son of Richard Dodge (ca 1602-15 Jun 1671) & Edith Woodbury (-27 Jun 1678). Born ca 1644 at Beverly, MA. Samuel died at Ipswich, MA on 4 Dec 1705.89

Samuel Dodge, of Beverly. Samuel's will, dated 26 Jun 1705, proved 24 Dec 1705, named wife Mary, sons Parker, Samuel, Joseph, Jabesh, Antipas, and daughters Anna Edward (wife of John Edward), Mary Knowlton (wife of Rice Knowlton), Amee Dodge, and Deborah Dodge. Named in the division of estate of Samuel Dodge were Jabez, Samuel, Joseph, Parker, and children of Antipas. (Essex Probage, 7963, copy books, 308:457; 311:113).89

Children:

6532 i. Samuel (Died soon) (1668-)

6533 ii. Joseph (1670-)

6534 iii. Hananiah (1672-<1705)

6535 iv. Ann (1674->1725)

6536 v. Anatipas (1677-<1707)

6537 vi. Mary (1680-)

6538 vii. Amy (1682-1719)

6539 viii. Deborah (1685-)

6540 ix. Jabez (1686-<1774)

6541 x. Parker (ca1690-1742)

6542 xi. Samuel (1692-1764)

1862. Martha Parker. Born on 24 Mar 1649 at Reading, MA.15

On 2 Mar 1673 Martha married Daniel Johnson, son of Richard Johnson (-26 Aug 1666) & Alice [Johnson], at Lynn, MA.89 Born ca 1650 at prob. Lynn, MA.89 Daniel died bef. 6 Feb 1698/9.89

Children:

6543 i. Abigail (1674-)

6544 ii. Daniel (1676-1702)

6545 iii. Stephen (Twin) (1677-)

6546 iv. Nathaniel (Twin, died young) (1677-)

6547 v. Sarah (1680-)

6548 vi. Elizabeth (1682-<1740)

6549 vii. Simon (1683-<1740)

6550 viii. Benjamin (1686-)

6551 ix. Mary (1688-)

1863. Ens. Nathaniel Parker. Born on 16 May 1651 at Reading, MA.15 Nathaniel died at Reading, MA on 7 Dec 1737.15 Buried in Laurel Hill, Reading. Occupation: yeoman.

Nathaniel was freeman 1691. He removed to the West Parish, later called Reading town, near where is now the center of Reading. He was the first person interred in the West Parish graveyard.16

On 24 Sep 1677 Nathaniel married Bethiah Polley, daughter of John Polley (ca 1618-2 Apr 1689) & Susanna Bacon (ca 1625-30 Apr 1664), at Reading, MA.15 Born on 12 Feb 1658/9 at Roxbury, MA.89 Bethiah died at Reading, MA on 23 Aug 1748.15 Buried in Laurel Hill Cem., Middlesex Co.

Children:

6552 i. Bethiah (Died soon) (1678-1678)

6553 ii. Nathaniel (1679-1761)

6554 iii. Jonathan (ca1681-1749)

6555 iv. Stephen (Died soon) (1684-1684)

6556 v. Bethiah (1685-1715)

6557 vi. Susannah (1687-1769)

6558 vii. Ebenezer (1689-ca1779)

6559 viii. Stephen (1692-1749)

6560 ix. Caleb (1693->1728)

6561 x. Timothy (1695-<1737)

6562 xi. Obadiah (1697-1758)

6563 xii. Abigail (1699->1728)

6564 xiii. Amy (Died soon) (1701-<1702)

6565 xiv. Amy (1702-)

6566 xv. Phineas (1704-1787)

1864. Sarah Parker. Born on 30 Sep 1653 at Reading, MA.15 Sarah died at Reading, MA on 26 Oct 1656.15

1865. Jonathan Parker. Born on 18 May 1656 at Reading, MA.15 Jonathan died at Reading, MA on 10 Jun 1680.15

Jonathan received six acres in Reading in 1677 for service in King Philip's War. He had a grant of land in Amherst, NH, claimed by his nephew Nathaniel.89

1866. Sarah Parker. Born on 23 May 1658 at Reading, MA.15 Sarah died bef 1683.

 

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Children of Hananiah Parker are:

1632 i. Samuel Parker.

ii. Ebenezer Parker

iii. Leutenant Josiah Parker, born 11 Apr 1694 in Reading MA; married (1) Anna Stone; married (2) Anna Stone 08 Dec 1718.

More About Leutenant Josiah Parker:

Date born 2: 11 Apr 1694, Reading Mass

 

3268. Francis Wyman, born 1618 in England. He was the son of 6536. Francis Wyman and 6537. Elizabeth Jane Richardson. He married 3269. Abigail Justus Reed Abt. 1650 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA.

3269. Abigail Justus Reed, born 30 Dec 1636 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA. She was the daughter of 6538. William Reed and 6539. Mabel Kendall.

Children of Francis Wyman and Abigail Reed are:

i. Francis Wyman

ii. Nathaniel Wyman

iii. William Wyman

iv. Abigail Wyman

v. Timothy Wyman

vi. Joseph Wyman

vii. Thomas Wyman

viii. Benjamin Wyman

ix. Stephen Wyman

x. Judith Wyman, born 1652 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA.

1634 xi. Samuel Wyman, born Abt. 1667; died 1725 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA; married Rebecca Johnson.

 

3280. Samuel Tefft, born 1644 in South Kingstown RI; died 1725 in Indian Country. He was the son of 6560. John Tefft and 6561. Mary Barber. He married 3281. Elizabeth Jenckes.

3281. Elizabeth Jenckes, died in Indian Country. She was the daughter of 6562. Joseph Jenckes and 6563. Esther Ballard.

Children of Samuel Tefft and Elizabeth Jenckes are:

i. Esther Tefft, died 1726; married Thomas Mumford 1708.

ii. Tabitha Tefft

iii. Mary Tefft

iv. Sarah Tefft

v. Mary Tefft, born 1647; married Samuel Wilson.

vi. Peter Tefft, born 1671.

1640 vii. John Tefft, born 1676 in Kingston, Washington Co., RI; died Abt. 1762; married Joanna Sprague.

viii. Susannah Tefft, born 1683; married Peter CRandall.

ix. Samuel Tefft, born 1685; married Abigail Tennant.

 

3282. Jonathan Sprague, born 1648; died 1741 in Smithfield, Providence, RI. He married 3283. Mehitable Holbrook.

3283. Mehitable Holbrook, born 1659 in Menden, Worcestor, MA. She was the daughter of 6566. William Holbrook and 6567. Elizabeth Pitts.

Children of Jonathan Sprague and Mehitable Holbrook are:

i. Jonathon Sprague

ii. Patience Sprague

iii. Persis Sprague

iv. Mary Sprague

v. William Sprague

1641 vi. Joanna Sprague, born Abt. 1676; married John Tefft.

 

3288. Henry Sweet, born 1662 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI. He was the son of 6576. John Sweet and 6577. Elizabeth Temperance Jeffries. He married 3289. Mary Margaret Griffin.

3289. Mary Margaret Griffin, born 1663 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; died 1752 in North Kingston, Washington, RI.

Children of Henry Sweet and Mary Griffin are:

i. Griffin Sweet

ii. Benjamin Sweet

iii. Henry Sweet

iv. Johannah Sweet

v. Ruth Sweet

vi. Elizabeth Sweet

vii. Eala Alice Sweet

viii. Susannah Sweet

ix. Hannah Sweet

1644 x. John Sweet, born 1684; married Catherine 1715 in East Greenwich, Kent, RI.

xi. Joseph Sweet, born 1687.

xii. Mary Sweet, born 1692.

xiii. William Sweet, born 1698 in East Greenwich, Kent Co., RI; married Mary Parker.

 

3292. Richard Sweet, born 1653; died 1754. He was the son of 6576. John Sweet and 6577. Elizabeth Temperance Jeffries. He married 3293. Priscilla Carpenter.

3293. Priscilla Carpenter, born 1661 in Rehoboth RI.

Children of Richard Sweet and Priscilla Carpenter are:

i. Benjamin Sweet

ii. Priscilla Sweet

iii. Phillip Sweet

iv. Michael Sweet

v. Thomas Sweet

vi. Dorothy Sweet

1646 vii. John Sweet, born 23 Oct 1695; married Lydia Whaley.

 

3360. William Epperson

Children of William Epperson are:

1680 i. John Epperson, born Abt. 1703; died 1737; married Elizabeth Abt. 1730.

ii. Wm Epperson, born 1710.

 

3384. Van Cleeve

Children of Van Cleeve are:

i. Benjamin Van Cleave

1692 ii. Aaron Van Cleave, born 1710 in NY; died 1780 in NC; married Rachel Schenk.

 

3386. Jan Roelofse Schenk, born in Dutch By Design Book. He was the son of 6772. Roelof Schenk. He married 3387. Sara Vancouwenhoven.

3387. Sara Vancouwenhoven

Child of Jan Schenk and Sara Vancouwenhoven is:

1693 i. Rachel Schenk, born 1708 in NJ; died in NC; married Aaron Van Cleave.

 

3498. Joshua Leete, born 1676 in Guilford CT. He married 3499. Mary Munger.

3499. Mary Munger She was the daughter of 6998. John Munger and 6999. Mary Evarts.

Child of Joshua Leete and Mary Munger is:

1749 i. Jerusha Leete, born 1711; married John Shelley.

 

3504. Wm Wetherford, born 1645 in York Co VA. He was the son of 7008. John Wetherford. He married 3505. unknown.

3505. unknown

Child of Wm Wetherford and unknown is:

1752 i. Richard R Weatherford, born Abt. 1680 in James City, Virginia; died 06 Jul 1756 in Lunenburg VA; married 1723.

 

3520. Martin Kriegler

Child of Martin Kriegler is:

1760 i. Jacob Kriegler, born 1700 in Dittsmansdorf, Silesia; married Susannah Weaver Klore.

 

3522. Hans Michael Klaar, born Abt. 1687 in Baden, Germany. He married 3523. Maria.

3523. Maria

Children of Hans Klaar and Maria are:

i. Michael Klore

1761 ii. Susannah Weaver Klore, born Abt. 1692 in Germany; died in VA; married (1) Jacob Kriegler; married (2) Joseph Weaver Abt. 1705 in Germany.

 

3528. John Zimmerman Carpenter, born 1700 in Germany; died 1782 in Culpepper Virginia. He was the son of 7056. Andrew Carpenter. He married 3529. Anna Barbara Kerker 1723 in va.

3529. Anna Barbara Kerker, born in Germany.

Children of John Carpenter and Anna Kerker are:

1764 i. John Carpenter, born 1725; died 1804 in Germanna Virginia; married Eva?Dorothy Cook.

ii. Andrew Carpenter, born 1727 in Madison County, Virginia; died 1795; married Anna Barbara Weaver.

iii. Michael Carpenter, born 1732; died 1808 in REV WAR PATRIOT , Culpepper Virginia; married Mary Chrisler 1757; born 1735.

 

 

 

 

iv. William Carpenter, born 1732 in Madison County VA; died 1810; married (1) Mary Wilhoit

 

3552. John Roby He was the son of 7104. John Roby. He married 3553. Eleanor Beeney.

3553. Eleanor Beeney

Child of John Roby and Eleanor Beeney is:

1776 i. John li Roby, born 1648 in England; died 1724 in Charles County, MD; married (1) Sara Hines Luckett in Charles County Maryland; married (2) Sarah Berry.

 

3554. Samuel Luckett He married 3555. Elizabeth.

3555. Elizabeth

Child of Samuel Luckett and Elizabeth is:

1777 i. Sara Hines Luckett, born 1668 in MD; died 1688; married John li Roby in Charles County Maryland.

 

3568. Joseph Simmons, born 1691 in MD. He married 3569. Anne.

3569. Anne

Child of Joseph Simmons and Anne is:

1784 i. Jonathon Simmons, married Elizabeth Isaac.

 

3570. Joseph Isaac, born 1698 in England.

Child of Joseph Isaac is:

1785 i. Elizabeth Isaac, born 1677; married Jonathon Simmons.

 

3576. Thomas Wells, born 1653 in England; died 1718 in a Quaker in Prince George Co., MD. He married 3577. Frances Smith 1673 in England.

3577. Frances Smith

Children of Thomas Wells and Frances Smith are:

i. Frances Wells

ii. Mary Wells

1788 iii. Nathan Wells, born 1695 in Quaker , Prince George County, Maryland; died 1770 in Prince George Co., MD; married Mary Duckett 13 Dec 1716 in Queen Anne's Par, Anne Arundel Co, MD.

 

3578. Richard Duckett, born Abt. 1672 in Prince George Co, MD; died 1733 in Prince George Co, MD. He married 3579. Charity Jacob.

3579. Charity Jacob, born Abt. 1682. She was the daughter of 7158. Jacob Jacob and 7159. Anne Cheyney.

Child of Richard Duckett and Charity Jacob is:

1789 i. Mary Duckett, born Abt. 1699 in All Hallows Parrish, Anne Arundel Co., MD; married Nathan Wells 13 Dec 1716 in Queen Anne's Par, Anne Arundel Co, MD.

 

3584. William Fann, born 1635.

Child of William Fann is:

1792 i. John Fann, born 1670 in Virginia or England; died 1719 in Richmond Co, North Farnham Parish, Virginia; married Mary Stone 1698 in Virginia.

 

3586. William Stone, born 1615 in Caroline County VA; died 1705 in Totuskey Creek, Richmond County, VA. He was the son of 7172. William Stone and 7173. Mary Vernon. He married 3587. Sarah Howard.

3587. Sarah Howard, born in north Farmham PA; died 1717 in Totuskey Creek VA.

Children of William Stone and Sarah Howard are:

1793 i. Mary Stone, died 1732 in Richmond Co Virginia; married (1) James Key; married (2) james Toone; married (3) John Fann 1698 in Virginia.

ii. Joshua Stone, born in Rev War; died in Madison County KY; married Mary.

iii. daughter Stone, married Robert Schofield.

iv. Philip Stone, born 1650 in Gloucester County VA; married Sara.

v. Sarah Stone, born 1671; died 1730; married Thomas Glasscock; died 1726.

vi. Elizabeth Stone, born 1680; died 1725; married William Dawson.

vii. William Stone, born 1683; married Elizabeth.

 

3848. Peter Moon, born 1681 in New Kent VA; died 1720. He was the son of 7696. Stephen Moon and 7697. Mary Simpson. He married 3849. Elizabeth Smith.

3849. Elizabeth Smith, born 1687; died 1720.

Notes for Elizabeth Smith:

http://www.cherokee.org/Culture/HistoryPage.asp?ID=14

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Children of Peter Moon and Elizabeth Smith are:

1924 i. Peter Jr. Moon, born Abt. Aug 1710 in VA; married Elizabeth Stone.

ii. Elizabeth Moon, born Abt. 1712.

iii. Mary D Moon, born Abt. 1715.

 

3852. Richard Hudson, born Abt. 1660 in Henrico VA. He was the son of 7704. Richard Hudson and 7705. Mary Bowman. He married 3853. Mary Hall in Henrico VA.

3853. Mary Hall

Children of Richard Hudson and Mary Hall are:

1926 i. Hall Hudson, married Elizabeth Hampton Abt. 1720 in Nottoway Parish, Amelia, VA.

ii. James Hudson, born 1658.

iii. Rebecca Hudson, born 1669.

 

3862. James Ferguson He married 3863. Anne.

3863. Anne

Child of James Ferguson and Anne is:

1931 i. Elizabeth Ferguson, married John Scanlon Crane.

 

3904. Nicholas Brodoway, born 1620 in England; died 1698 in Maryland. He was the son of 7808. Phillip Broadway and 7809. Sarah Mayor. He married 3905. Catherine Horsley 1645 in London.

3905. Catherine Horsley, born 1622 in Maryland.

Notes for Nicholas Brodoway:

In 1648 Nicholas received a land grant from Lord Baltimore in New Castle County, Delaware, so Nicholas must have moved from England at about that time.

Children of Nicholas Brodoway and Catherine Horsley are:

i. Samuel Broadaway

ii. William Broadaway

iii. Mary Broadaway

iv. Sarah Broadaway, married George Pratt.

v. James Broadaway

vi. Nicholas Broadaway, born 1646; married Catherine.

vii. Catherine Broadaway, born 1663.

1952 viii. Edward Broadaway, born 1674 in Del; died 1738 in VA; married Mary Pool.

 

3906. William Pettypool

Children of William Pettypool are:

i. Seth Pettypool, born in Marys brother owned land next to her in Prince George Co, VA; died in Edgecombe County NC.

1953 ii. Mary Pool, born 1685 in SC; married Edward Broadaway.

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3968. Ralph Bozeman, born Bef. 1653 in Surry County Virginia; died in lived next to Roger Tarleton , Perquimians North Carolina. He was the son of 7936. Bozeman. He married 3969. Mary Branch.

3969. Mary Branch, born Abt. 1656. She was the daughter of 7938. William Addie ??Branch and 7939. Jane Hatcher.

Children of Ralph Bozeman and Mary Branch are:

i. Ralph Bozeman

ii. Sarah Bozeman

iii. Elizabeth Bozeman

iv. Ann Bozeman, married Isaac Wilson.

v. Mary Bozeman, born Abt. 1670; married (1) Henry Allen; married (2) Thomas Bullock.

1984 vi. Samuel Edward Bozeman, born Bef. 1684 in Virginia; died in North Carolina; married Mary White.

 

3970. John White, born in settled next to Samuel Bozeman in NC. He married 3971. UNKNOWN.

3971. UNKNOWN

Notes for John White:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Lizzie MORROW Self W Female MU 26 AL Keeping House AL AL

Annie MORROW Dau S Female B 4 AL AL AL

Willie MORROW Son S Male MU 2 AL AL AL

Mary Lou MORROW Dau S Female MU 4M AL AL AL

Mariah WHITE Other M Female MU 20 AL Works On Farm AL AL

Thomas WHITE Other S Male MU 1 AL AL AL

Children of John White and UNKNOWN Indian bride are:

i. John Jr White

ii. George White

iii. Luke White

iv. Media White, died 1744; married Elizabeth.

v. Mordecai White

vi. Abigail White

vii. Francis White

1985 viii. Mary White, born Abt. 1690 in If Mary named her son after her brother then this author feels comfortable with this lineage; married Samuel Edward Bozeman.

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4000. Edmond Anderson, born Full Blood Cherokee; died Abt. 1742 in NC. He married 4001. Sarah.

4001. Sarah, born in Cherokee Indian Nation NC.

 

Child of Edmond Anderson and Sarah is:

2000 i. Elmore Anderson, born Abt. 1720 in Indian Nation, Onslow Co NC; died in Richmond County GA; married Rebecca Holmes.

 

4004. George Brack, born 1704 in England; died 1750 in Onslow County NC. He was the son of 8008. Nicholas Brack and 8009. Ann Atkinson. He married 4005. Gean Giffen 1718.

4005. Gean Giffen, born in Scotland; died in Onslow County NC.

Notes for George Brack:

The will of George Brack of Onslow Co. NC, signed 25 Sept. 1750, proved Apr. 1751, mentions wife Jean and son Eliazer. . . . The will of Eleazer Brack, signed 8 Oct. 1801, proved 5 April. 1802, names wife Esther, dau. Elvina Anderson, dau. Rachel Calhoun, and grandchild Jean Triplett. Elijah Anderson and Robert Anderson were named executors.

After Eleazer's death, Esther married again and supposedly died in Richmond Co., GA. No probate records for Esther or Edmond Byne have been found. jrh

Children of George Brack and Gean Giffen are:

i. Sarah Brack

2002 ii. Eleazer Brack, born Abt. 1727 in Onslow Co NC; died Abt. 1831 in Hephzibah, GA; married Hester DOTY.

iii. George Brack, born Abt. 1728 in SC Rev War Soldier Roster; died 1795.

iv. Jacob Brack, born 1728 in Onslow NC; died 1820 in Kentucky.

v. Richard Brack, born 1732 in Onslow Co NC; married Elizabeth Murriell; born in England.

vi. William Brack, born 1732; married Elizabeth UNknown.

vii. Mourning Elizabeth Brack, born 1734; married Mathew Lewis.

viii. Elizabeth Brack, born 1736.

 

4006. Benajah DOTY, born Abt. 1723 in Piscataway Middlesex NJ; died 11 Apr 1781 in Onslow County NC. He was the son of 8012. James DOTY and 8013. Phoebe Slater. He married 4007. Elizabeth Farr 1774.

4007. Elizabeth Farr, born 1737 in Cherokee Indian Nation, Burke GA.

More About Benajah DOTY:

Record Change: 02 Oct 2003

More About Elizabeth Farr:

Record Change: 02 Oct 2003

Children of Benajah DOTY and Elizabeth Farr are:

i. Nancy DOTY

ii. Faber DOTY, married Elizabeth Chatwin.

iii. Lemuel Johnston DOTY

2003 iv. Hester DOTY, born Abt. 1744 in NJ; died 1806 in GA; married Eleazer Brack.

v. Benajah DOTY, born 1759.

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4016. William Sellers, born Abt. 1682 in Tarboro NC. He was the son of 8032. William Sellers and 8033. Providence Gurley. He married 4017. Mary Willis 1727.

4017. Mary Willis, born 1710 in Indian Nation, Columbus, County, NC; died in Cherokee Indian.

Notes for William Sellers:

ALFRED SELLERS 1800

 

Subject:

Sellers Genealogy

From:

"Sara Sellers"

Hi Lou,

I am going to try to rewrite the info that Steve sent me. I did not want

to wait until I get back home.So here goes.

Let me first begin with the family of Alfred Sellers and Elizabeth

Anderson.

Alfred Sellers son of William Sellers Sr.

Born 1800/1810,Jefferson,Co.Ga.

Died before 1850 Coosa Co. Ala.

Married 2nd Dec 1818 Jefferson Co. Ala. to Elizabeth Anderson

She was born 1796, probably in Richmond Co. Ga.

She died before Dec 1856 Coosa Co. Ala.

She was daughter of Elijah Anderson and Lavinia Brack,Anderson

Notes taken from :1)Jefferson Co. Ga.1820 census,page 284: 2)1830

census,Coosa Co.Ala. page 201: 3)1840 census Coosa Co. Ala.page 33 [

Provided by Bobbie Jones Mclane, 222 McMahan Dr. Hot Springs Ark. 71931.

Elizabeth and her husband were married in the same ceromony with her sister

Lavinia who married William Calvin Sellers Jr. a brother to Alfred.

Elizabeth and her husband came to Ala. with husband and the large Sheppard

clan from Jefferson Co. Ga.in the 1820''s.

Probate Records: (1) 2 March 1812 ,Book A,page 231; "It appearing to the

court that Elisha Anderson and Willaim Sheppard have regularly applied for

Letters of Administration on the estate of Elijah Anderson,late of Richmond

Co. deceased,it is therefore ordered that Letters of Administration do

issue"

Probate Records: (2) 21 Jan 1817 ,probate book B,page 35{Which yields

proof of Elijah's children}"On the application of of Elijah

Anderson,William Shepard,Charles Frtwell,Young Allen,Eleazor

Anderson,Benjamine Perdue,Lavinia aanderson Sen,.....for herself and as

guardian of Elijah Anderson,Nancy Anderson and Sally Anderson and Elizabeth

Anderson Levinah{sic}Anderson,Junr.and James Hammet all heirs and legatees

of Elijah Anderson,deceased,for an order to divide the personal estate of

said deceased....therefore ordered....be divided......and it appearing to

the courts that the Negroes are incapable of being divided between said

heirs,for there being a greater numbers of heirs than Negros......ordered

that said Negos be sold.{copy from Bobbie Jones Mclane}

Land patent records;

The earliest land records of Alfred Sellers was 1829

when he purchased 80 acres in Sec18 Twp 14 rng 20 at Cahaba,on Febuary

2,1829,recorded ;Vol.II,page 392,Patented 16 Nov. 1830.Montgomery

Co.Ala.:and later when he purchased 29 acres of land on 14 Dec.1846 in

Coosa Co. Ala.{Sec 12,twp.18,rng.20 . Alfred was apparently deceased by

1850. The 1850 census of Coosa Co. Ala.shows his widow in the household

headed by her son Alfred M. Sellers,{copy from Bobbie Jones Mclane}.

OTHER PROBATE RECORDS; (1) Probate book E&D,Coosa Co. Ala.pages 342

-344,concerning hte estate of Elizabeth Sellers, which nmames her sons

,James W;Elisha A.:William Sellers ;and sons-in-laws, Alexander Wright and

Alexander Osborn. Her will was probated on 6 Dec 1856 by Stephen A.

Percy.It names the same children and sons-in-laws above Same probate book

pages 342-344.

Issue;

1. James W. Sellers b. 1823,Ga.

2. Lavinia Ann Sellers,b.1824 Ga.

3. Alfred M. Sellers b.1829,Ala.

4.Elisha A Sellers b. 1833,Ala.

5. Elizabeth Sellers b. 1836 Ala.

6. William Sellers,b. 1838,Ala

Beginning Part IIThe earliest generation of Sellers is given by,Carl V.

Wright as William Sellers of Tarboro NC.saying he was the father of Elisha

Sellers.

Elisha Sellers ,the next generation,was the father of Alfred Sellers and

William Calvin Sellers Sr.,b. ca.1760 NC.d.NC.

William Calvin Sellers Sr,(1) entered the Revolutionary War at the age of

16 and fought for 6 years and at one time was a prisoner of The

Tories.Similar records were found on Elisha Sellers,and several persons

have joined the DAR on his records.

An article in Memorial Records Of Ala. states that William Calvin Sellers

Sr. lived to be 100 years old,also that he died in NC.

His widow came to Ala. William Calvin Sellers Jr. and Alfred Sellers,who

married Elizabeth Anderson the sister of Lavinia ,who marriedWilliam Calvin

Jr,

REF: SOME DECENDANTS OF WILLIAM SELLERS WHO WAS IN TARBORO,NC. IN

1750,compiled by Clark H. Watters and Elizabeth Stone Watters....copied by

Dan Neal from Birmingham Public Library. NOTE: The watters knew nothing

about Alfred Sellers.

William Calvin Sellers II,was born ca.1750,went to Griffen,Ga.and later to

LowndesCo. Ala.settling at Morganville. William Calvin and Alfred Sellers

married in Jefferson Co.Ga. to sisters Lavinia and Elizabeth Anderson"

(There appears to be some confusion between the William Calvin Jr and

Sr.with regard to their births,because the next info gives conflicting

data:)

William Calvin SellersJr.{Veteran of Indian wars 1836-1837}

born.1790 NC

D.1848,Lowndes Co,Ala.

Married 1st: 2 Dec 1818,Jefferson Co. Ga,Lavinia Anderson,b.ca 1798

NC.d.1843,Morganville,Lowndes Co.Ala.age 45,both were members of the

Protestant Methodist Church.

Lavinia Anderson was the daughter of Elijah Anderson b.1750,Onslow

Co.NC.d.after 4 July 1807 Jefferson,Co.Ala was married to Lavinia

Brack,b.ca 1763 d.before Nov. 1844,Montgomery Co.Ala. Lavinia came to

Montgomery Co.ALA.in 1820's from Jefferson Co. GA.

Married 2nd: Mariah A. Trotter d/o Joseph and Martha Trotter,b.17 April

1825,d.1Jan 1813,Montgomery Ala.

NOTE that Martha Trotter was b,14 May 1792 and d. 18 OCt 1878.and is

buried in the Carmel Cemetery.Joseph and Martha Trotter were married in

Edgefield Co.SC.Martha was a sister to William Calvin Sellers' daughter in

law,Harriet Trotter Sellers. After the death of William Calvin Sellers,

Mariah married 2nd to S.F. Johnston.

Issue of Lavinia Anderson Sellers and William Calvin SellersJr.

1. James Anderson Sellers b.26 Sept 1819.Ga.m: Harriet Trotter

2. Elizabeth Sellersb.ca 1820 Ga. M. Robert Walton

3. Rebecca L. Sellers b.17 Dec 1822 Ga.

4. William Calvin Sellers III,b. 20 Sept 1825 Ga.

5. Lavinia J. Sellers ,b.24 Sept 1827 Ga.

6. Anderson Mosely Sellers ,b.8 Jan 1829 Lowndes Co. Ala.

7. Frances Ann Sellers,b. LowndesCo, Ala.

8. Major Holcomb Sellers b.?

9. Mary Sellers b.?

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Elisha Sellers Compact Disc #28 Pin #273149

Sex: M

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Event(s):

Birth: 1738 Place: ,New Hampton,North Carolina

Death: Dec 1801 Place: Brunswick Co.,Nc

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Parents:

Father: William Benjamin Sellers Disc #28 Pin #272722

Mother: Sarah Hickman Disc #28 Pin #272797

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Marriage(s):

Spouse: Sarah Jane Peoples Disc #28 Pin #273150

Marriage: abt 1759 Place: Brunswick Co.,Nc

 

Spouse: Mary Willets Disc #28 Pin #273196

Marriage: Aug 1784 Place: Brunswick Co.,North Carolina

 

Spouse: Bryant Disc #28 Pin #273198

Marriage: Dec 1782 Place:

 

 

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Submitter:

Carlah Raye Thomas Sellers DAUER

3649 harry britain drive morganton, north carolina E-MAIL=

Notes for Mary Willis:

Mary "Polly" WILLIS

Sex: F

Birth: 1790 in Rutherford Co. NC

Death: 1857 in Franklin Co., TN

Father: Peter WILLIS

Mother: Choctaw INDIAN

Marriage 1 Saul CAMP b: ABT. 1780 in Rutherford Co. NC

Married: 16 MAR 1810 in Rutherford Co. NCChildren

Permelia CAMP b: 23 DEC 1823 in Franklin Co. TN

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Augustus Agerton WILLIS

Given Name: Augustus Agerton

Surname: Willis

Sex: M

Event: Nationality Of English ancestry

Marriage 1 Cherokee INDIAN

Children

Rev Joseph WILLIS b: 1758 in North Carolina Colony

1 Augustus Agerton WILLIS

+ Cherokee INDIAN

2 Rev Joseph WILLIS b: 1758 d: 1854

+ One of four WIVES

3 Son WILLIS

3 Son Another WILLIS

3 Agerton WILLIS b: 1785

+ Sophie STORY b: 1787

4 Rev Daniel Hubbard WILLIS b: 1817 d: 1887

5 Elliza WILLIS b: 1842

5 Mary Jane WILLIS b: 1845

4 Eliza WILLIS b: 1819

4 Mary WILLIS b: 1827

3 Joseph Jr WILLIS b: 1789 d: Oct 1870

+ Jane Jennie COKER b: 1793 d: 1870

4 Eliza WILLIS b: 1818

+ John A STROTHER b: 1820

5 Henry Zachariah STROTHER b: 1848

+ Malissa CONLEY

6 George Lafitte STROTHER b: 1878 d: 1948

+ Loubency Love B JOHNSON b: 19 Aug 1879 d: 28 Jun 1918

5 Cye John A Jr STROTHER b: 1839 d: 1865

+ Olif Olive RAY b: 1840 d: 1903

6 Martha Ann STROTHER b: 1860 d: 1952

+ Andrew ASHWORTH

+ Gadi Gidi Giddeon John JOHNSON b: 15 May 1836 d: 2 Jan 1913

5 Alfred STROTHER b: 1841

5 Josiah STROTHER b: 1843

5 Dempsey STROTHER b: 1846

5 Bernard STROTHER b: 1845

5 Mary Ann STROTHER b: 1852

5 George STROTHER b: 1854

5 Elizabeth STROTHER b: 1856

5 Sarah Jane STROTHER b: 1858

5 Richard STROTHER b: 1860

5 Nancy STROTHER b: 1862

5 Martha STROTHER b: 1867

+ Jane Jennie Coaker COKER b: 1793 d: Mar 1870

4 Mary WILLIS b: 1824

+ Francis E Frank STROTHER b: 1823 d: 1871

5 Sophie STROTHER b: 1851 d: 1892

+ Tine Valentine B BUXTON b: Dec 1847 d: Oct 1907

6 Laura BUXTON b: 1873

+ Seaborn DOYLE

6 Sherrod Shirley BUXTON b: 1874

+ Lucinda Sinea DOYLE

+ Ellen JOHNSON

6 Alonzo Lonnie BUXTON b: 1875

+ Cora CLARK

6 Hubbard Herbert BUXTON b: 1877

+ Goldie CLARK

6 William BUXTON b: 1879

6 Docie Violet Ann Theodosia BUXTON b: 1882

+ Monroe LAMBRIGHT

6 Ella BUXTON b: 1884

+ Memphis LAMBRIGHT

5 Martha Ann STROTHER b: 1842

5 Elizabeth STROTHER b: 1844

5 Mary Ann STROTHER b: 1847

5 Francis P STROTHER b: 1854 d: 11 Oct 1901

5 John Riley STROTHER b: 1859 d: 28 May 1941

5 Eliza STROTHER b: 1861

5 Henrietta STROTHER b: 1863

5 Solomon STROTHER b: 1 Aug 1846 d: 20 Sep 1918

+ Sarah WILLIS b: 1837 d: 21 Jun 1917

4 Eliza WILLIS b: 1818

+ John A STROTHER b: 1820

5 Henry Zachariah STROTHER b: 1848

+ Malissa CONLEY

6 George Lafitte STROTHER b: 1878 d: 1948

+ Loubency Love B JOHNSON b: 19 Aug 1879 d: 28 Jun 1918

5 Cye John A Jr STROTHER b: 1839 d: 1865

+ Olif Olive RAY b: 1840 d: 1903

6 Martha Ann STROTHER b: 1860 d: 1952

+ Andrew ASHWORTH

+ Gadi Gidi Giddeon John JOHNSON b: 15 May 1836 d: 2 Jan 1913

5 Alfred STROTHER b: 1841

5 Josiah STROTHER b: 1843

5 Dempsey STROTHER b: 1846

5 Bernard STROTHER b: 1845

5 Mary Ann STROTHER b: 1852

5 George STROTHER b: 1854

5 Elizabeth STROTHER b: 1856

5 Sarah Jane STROTHER b: 1858

5 Richard STROTHER b: 1860

5 Nancy STROTHER b: 1862

5 Martha STROTHER b: 1867

4 Joseph P WILLIS b: 1824

4 Charles WILLIS b: 1833

4 Elizabeth WILLIS b: 1839

3 Rachel WILLIS b: 1794

3 Jemima WILLIS b: 1798

3 Sarah WILLIS b: 1798

3 Daughter WILLIS b: Bet. 1800 - 1820

3 Daughter AAAnother WILLIS b: Bet. 1800 - 1820

3 Daughter AAnother WILLIS b: Bet. 1800 - 1820

3 Daughter Another WILLIS b: Bet. 1800 - 1820

3 Eliza WILLIS b: Bet. 1800 - 1820

3 Sally WILLIS b: 1802

3 William WILLIS b: 1804

3 Lemuel WILLIS b: 1812

+ Emeline Eveline PERKINS

4 Sarah WILLIS b: 1837 d: 21 Jun 1917

+ Solomon STROTHER b: 1 Aug 1846 d: 20 Sep 1918

3 John WILLIS b: 1814

3 Mary WILLIS b: 1824

+ Francis E Frank STROTHER b: 1823 d: 1871

4 Sophie STROTHER b: 1851 d: 1892

+ Tine Valentine B BUXTON b: Dec 1847 d: Oct 1907

5 Laura BUXTON b: 1873

+ Seaborn DOYLE

6 William DOYLE

6 Maude DOYLE

6 Pearl DOYLE

6 Ernest DOYLE

6 Ida DOYLE

6 Lewis DOYLE

6 Eric DOYLE

6 Earle DOYLE

6 Lula DOYLE

6 Bertie DOYLE

6 Nettie DOYLE

6 Chester M DOYLE

6 Vester Festus DOYLE

5 Sherrod Shirley BUXTON b: 1874

+ Lucinda Sinea DOYLE

6 Lloyd BUXTON

6 Claude BUXTON

6 Foley Tom BUXTON

+ Theresa MOSTIET

+ Ellen JOHNSON

6 Manatee BUXTON

6 Ernest BUXTON

6 Bertha BUXTON

5 Alonzo Lonnie BUXTON b: 1875

+ Cora CLARK

6 Clint A BUXTON

6 Haston BUXTON

6 John Valentine BUXTON

6 Mary BUXTON

6 Wilbert BUXTON

6 Kermit BUXTON

6 Ivy BUXTON

5 Hubbard Herbert BUXTON b: 1877

+ Goldie CLARK

6 Berthia BUXTON

6 Bessie BUXTON

5 William BUXTON b: 1879

5 Docie Violet Ann Theodosia BUXTON b: 1882

+ Monroe LAMBRIGHT

6 Arthur LAMBRIGHT

5 Ella BUXTON b: 1884

+ Memphis LAMBRIGHT

6 Eva LAMBRIGHT

6 Ruby LAMBRIGHT

6 T C LAMBRIGHT

4 Martha Ann STROTHER b: 1842

4 Elizabeth STROTHER b: 1844

4 Mary Ann STROTHER b: 1847

4 Francis P STROTHER b: 1854 d: 11 Oct 1901

4 John Riley STROTHER b: 1859 d: 28 May 1941

4 Eliza STROTHER b: 1861

4 Henrietta STROTHER b: 1863

4 Solomon STROTHER b: 1 Aug 1846 d: 20 Sep 1918

+ Sarah WILLIS b: 1837 d: 21 Jun 1917

3 Martha WILLIS b: 1836

3 Aimuwell WILLIS b: 1837 d: 1937var pageName="AWT Descendancy View (Starter)";

Child of William Sellers and Mary Willis is:

2008 i. Elisha Sellers, born Abt. 1735 in Columbus, N Hampton Co, NC; died 1801 in Rev War Patriot , Brunswick Co., NC; married (1) Sarah Jane Peeples 1759 in Brunswick NC; married (2) Catherine Bryant 1782; married (3) Mary Willetts 1784.

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Generation No. 13

4546. Samuel Jennings, born 1648 in Philadelphia PA. He married 4547. Ann Oliffe.

4547. Ann Oliffe, born 1659 in England.

Child of Samuel Jennings and Ann Oliffe is:

2273 i. Sarah Jennings, born 1679 in Philadelphia PA; married Edward Pennington.

 

6504. Cornelius Reynolds He married 6505. Margery UNKNOWN.

6505. Margery UNKNOWN

Child of Cornelius Reynolds and Margery UNKNOWN is:

3252 i. William Reynolds, born Abt. 1630; died Abt. 1700 in Richmond Co VA; married UNKNOWN.

 

6528. Thomas Parker, born 1609 in Brownsholme, Wiltshire England to MA, aboard ships Susan/Ellen; died 12 Aug 1683 in Reading Massachusetts. He married 6529. Amy 25 Dec 1635 in Lynn, Essex County, Mass.

6529. Amy

Children of Thomas Parker and Amy are:

i. Thomas Parker, born 1636; married Deborah Kirby 1667; born in Boston Suffolk MA.

3264 ii. Hananiah Parker, born 1638 in FREEMAN in 1679; married (2) Elizabeth Browne; married (3) Mary Barsham 1700.

iii. John Parker, born 1640 in Lynn, Essex County, MA.

iv. Joseph Parker, born Abt. 1642.

v. Mary Parker, born 1647.

vi. Martha Parker, born 1649.

vii. Sarah Parker, born 1658.

viii. Nathaniel Parker, born 1659.

 

6536. Francis Wyman, born 1595 in West Mill, England. He married 6537. Elizabeth Jane Richardson.

6537. Elizabeth Jane Richardson, born Abt. 1595 in West Mill, England.

Child of Francis Wyman and Elizabeth Richardson is:

3268 i. Francis Wyman, born 1618 in England; married Abigail Justus Reed Abt. 1650 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA.

 

6538. William Reed, born 18 Apr 1601 in Brocket Hall, Hertfordshire, England. He married 6539. Mabel Kendall.

6539. Mabel Kendall, born 1605 in England.

Child of William Reed and Mabel Kendall is:

3269 i. Abigail Justus Reed, born 30 Dec 1636 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA; married Francis Wyman Abt. 1650 in Woburn, Middlesex, MA.

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6560. John Tefft, born 1616 in England; died Abt. 1675 in Rhode Island. He married 6561. Mary Barber 1638 in Portsmouth, Newport, RI.

6561. Mary Barber, born 1618 in Berkshire England; died 1675 in RI. She was the daughter of 13122. James Barber.

Notes for John Tefft:

Sex: M

Born: ABT. 1614

Died: ABT. 16791

Died: 26 JAN 1675/76 in Killed by Indians in King Phillip's War

Notes:

The death date of John Tefft is uncertain. Some claim that he was killed in King Phillip's War; however, Timothy Tefft believes that this is from a misinterpretaiton of a letter written by Captain James Oliver, January 26, 1676, the last line which reads "His father, going to recall him lost his head and lies unburied." Joshua was captured on the 14th, brought to Wickford on the 16th, and executed, drawn and quartered on the 18th. Oliver is more likely making the point that John had come to claim what was left of his poor son's body and was unable to recover his head, of which some traditions say that it was used for sport by the soldiers, and stuck upon the fencepost at Smith's garrison. Another clue is that his wife Mary did not sign in satisfaction of her thirds until October 1679.

Children of John Tefft and Mary Barber are:

3280 i. Samuel Tefft, born 1644 in South Kingstown RI; died 1725 in Indian Country; married Elizabeth Jenckes.

ii. Joshua Tefft, born 1646 in Providence RI; died in hanged by King Phillip; married Sara Green; born half indian blood; died 16 Mar 1642 in or 1672 after child birth.

Notes for Joshua Tefft:

IN 1675, WAR broke out between the English of Plymouth Colony and the Wampanoag Indian nation of Southeastern Massachusetts. The United Colonies of New England, a confederation formed by the Plymouth, Connecticut and Massachusetts Bay Colonies, decided to make a preemptive strike against the Narragansetts, to prevent them from joining forces with the Wampanoags.

Rhode Island sought to join the United Colonies, but was denied because of its policy

of religious liberty.

Most of the colony's inhabitants retreated to Aquidneck Island for safety.

 

Joshua Tefft remained to defend his South Kingstown farm, where he was dragooned into the United Colonies troops. He escaped and went back to his home -- only to be captured by the Narragansetts who enslaved him.

Anthony maintains that Tefft was forced to fight alongside the tribe during the Great Swamp Fight of December 1675, when several hundred Narragansetts -- mostly women and children -- were slaughtered at their winter refuge inside the West Kingston swamp. Tefft wounded Capt. Nathaniel Seeley, of Connecticut, who later died.

Tefft was wounded while raiding the outlying farms around Providence and was captured by English troops. In January 1676, Tefft was taken to Richard Smith's garrison (now called Smith's Castle in North Kingstown). Various Colonial accounts laid out Tefft's crimes -- scalping a miller, firing at Colonial soldiers and wounding Seeley.

The United Colonies tried him for high treason. The 1647 law dictated that the condemned person would be drawn and quartered and forfeit all of his land and possessions. The penalty stuffed as many bodily humiliations into one execution as possible. The traitor was hanged, then cut down while still alive. His or her private parts and entrails were cut from the body and burned in the traitor's sight. Finally, the convicted was decapitated and cut into quarters.

Nonetheless, the Rhode Island government, in its guardianship order, saw to it that Joshua's son, Peter, inherited his father's land -- in defiance of the legal penalty.

As Anthony sees it, Peter's inheritance and a handful of legal maneuvers to protect Tefft land proves that Rhode Island did not regard Tefft as the traitor that the United Colonies did. In his tidy Wakefield apartment, Anthony turns to a decaying set of history books atop his refrigerator. He plucks a volume from an 1864 edition of The Rhode Island Colonial Records, inherited from his great-grandfather, state Sen. Henry Clay Anthony, of Portsmouth.

"Joshua Tefft's not in there," he said as he ruffled the pages. "There weren't that many people in Colonial Rhode Island and if things went wrong, it wouldn't have gone unrecognized. The more I became convinced he was unjustly executed, the more I wanted to exonerate him."

 

 

 

ONE SENTENCE in the manuscript caught Anthony's eye: "It was in this sequestered place that the celebrated Joshua Tefft was captured and afterwards taken to Wickford where he was drawn and quartered, the only execution of the kind in Rhode Island so far as we know."

Driven to know more about Joshua Tefft, Anthony, with some assistance from Sterling, relentlessly mined archives from Hartford to Portsmouth. One afternoon, Anthony became so engrossed in his research he was briefly locked in the Warwick City Hall vault when he failed to leave his work after the clerk turned off the upstairs lights.

Hidden in court documents, marriage records, birth and death registers, wills and deeds were splinters of the plot Anthony has written. Yet, slivers are not enough to build a platform of historical truth.

Sterling maintains that Anthony's contention that Joshua Tefft was a patriot is a series of "speculations" and "leaps."

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Was Joshua Tefft truly guilty of wilful treason? At this distance in time there is no way to know. It is not especially unlikely that Tefft, like John Walker Lindh, acted from conviction. The Rhode Islanders were very independent-minded. They had got on well with their own Indian neighbors (Tefft’s wife was half-Indian) and had been engaged in chronic land disputes with the Connecticut and Massachusetts colonists, who provided the militias with their officer class. The Narragansetts were not technically at war with the colonists until attacked. The militiamen were not all volunteers: many had been forcibly impressed into service, and were not thrilled at the prospect of being dragged from their farms to fight against people with whom they had no grudge, with whom indeed they had been trading and intermarrying for years. Tefft may have been the John Walker Lindh of his day; or he may have been a helpless, naive or foolish man caught up in the tangles of a brutal war.

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http://olimu.com/WebJournalism/Texts/Commentary/Treason.htm

Notes for Sara Green:

3/15/98

Researcher rewrites history behind 'oldest' gravestone

Craig Anthony discovers, among other things, that Sara Tefft died 30 years later than originally believed.

By ELLEN LIBERMAN

Journal Staff Writer

WARWICK -- For more than a century, Sara Tefft's sole distinction was to be buried under the oldest marked gravestone in New England. As befits such an artifact, the 250-pound fieldstone was pried from her burial plot off Occupessatuxet Cove and stored with other things of rare vintage in what was once a wine cellar under the John Brown House in Providence.

As far as historians were concerned, Sara Tefft was no more than that - a rough chunk of stone, crudely inscribed:

HERE LIETH

THE BoDYE of SARA

TEfft IN thE MARCH 16

1642

She was cast as a spinster, childless. Her presence in Warwick seven months before the first settlers purchased land there was a mystery.

But Craig Anthony, an 11th-generation Rhode Islander with a fierce pride in his state's heritage, thought Sara Tefft's life was worth examining. After six years of trawling a sluggish sea of Colonial-era documents, Anthony has had the rare privilege of rewriting history.

Sara Tefft actually died in 1672, and Rhode Island can no longer claim the oldest marked gravestone, Anthony has discovered. Far from being a barren, single woman, Tefft bore two children and was twice married to murderers who were executed for their crimes, Anthony maintains.

"This is like detective work," said Anthony. "And it's a great story. It has everything in it: sex, murder, war and racial conflict."

His conclusions have persuaded the steward of Sara Tefft's memorial, the Rhode Island Historical Society, to amend its documentation surrounding the stone, which is occasionally displayed, said Linda Eppich, head curator.

More importantly, said Anthony, the fate of Sara and second husband Joshua's only son, Peter, is also the key to rethinking history's take on Joshua Tefft, one of the most notorious colonists of his time and the only Rhode Islander to be drawn and quartered for treason.

"The recorded histories done by (the Puritan chroniclers) exhibited immense bias," Anthony said. "I wanted to write history from the point of view of a Rhode Islander and stir debate."

SHE WAS BORN Sara Greene, most likely an illegitimate daughter of John Greene Jr., a Warwick man who was eventually elected deputy governor of the colony in 1690. Anthony first found a reference to her in court records -- she was called to answer for the crime of fornication. Sara Greene avoided four sessions before the Colonial magistrates; her father eventually paid the 40-shilling fine.

Greene next appeared as the wife of Thomas Flounders, Anthony's research shows. In 1670, two years after they were wed, Flounders had a land dispute with a man named Walter House. One day they came to blows over it in Flounders's Narragansett shop. Flounders beat House to death and fled.

Rhode Island and Connecticut, which had been squabbling for decades over the boundary between their infant colonies, fought for jurisdiction over the case. But the Rhode Island constables found Flounders first. The court convicted him of felonious manslaughter and he was executed that November.

Young widow Sara Flounders next married Joshua Tefft, who eventually became a prominent villain in the Puritan accounts of Colonial Rhode Island. But she did not live to see this ignominy. Sara died March 16, 1672, two days after giving birth to a son, Peter. There is no record of how old she was.

IN 1675, WAR broke out between the English of Plymouth Colony and the Wampanoag Indian nation of Southeastern Massachusetts. The United Colonies of New England, a confederation formed by the Plymouth, Connecticut and Massachusetts Bay Colonies, decided to make a preemptive strike against the Narragansetts, to prevent them from joining forces with the Wampanoags.

Rhode Island sought to join the United Colonies, but was denied because of its policy of religious liberty. Most of the colony's inhabitants retreated to Aquidneck Island for safety.

Joshua Tefft remained to defend his South Kingstown farm, where he was dragooned into the United Colonies troops. He escaped and went back to his home -- only to be captured by the Narragansetts who enslaved him.

Anthony maintains that Tefft was forced to fight alongside the tribe during the Great Swamp Fight of December 1675, when several hundred Narragansetts -- mostly women and children -- were slaughtered at their winter refuge inside the West Kingston swamp. Tefft wounded Capt. Nathaniel Seeley, of Connecticut, who later died.

Tefft was wounded while raiding the outlying farms around Providence and was captured by English troops. In January 1676, Tefft was taken to Richard Smith's garrison (now called Smith's Castle in North Kingstown). Various Colonial accounts laid out Tefft's crimes -- scalping a miller, firing at Colonial soldiers and wounding Seeley.

The United Colonies tried him for high treason. The 1647 law dictated that the condemned person would be drawn and quartered and forfeit all of his land and possessions. The penalty stuffed as many bodily humiliations into one execution as possible. The traitor was hanged, then cut down while still alive. His or her private parts and entrails were cut from the body and burned in the traitor's sight. Finally, the convicted was decapitated and cut into quarters.

Nonetheless, the Rhode Island government, in its guardianship order, saw to it that Joshua's son, Peter, inherited his father's land -- in defiance of the legal penalty.

As Anthony sees it, Peter's inheritance and a handful of legal maneuvers to protect Tefft land proves that Rhode Island did not regard Tefft as the traitor that the United Colonies did. In his tidy Wakefield apartment, Anthony turns to a decaying set of history books atop his refrigerator. He plucks a volume from an 1864 edition of The Rhode Island Colonial Records, inherited from his great-grandfather, state Sen. Henry Clay Anthony, of Portsmouth.

"Joshua Tefft's not in there," he said as he ruffled the pages. "There weren't that many people in Colonial Rhode Island and if things went wrong, it wouldn't have gone unrecognized. The more I became convinced he was unjustly executed, the more I wanted to exonerate him."

THE MISINTERPRETATION of Sara Tefft's stone began in one cemetery and ended in another.

Her bones lie in a grave on the Greene family homestead in Warwick, once a Colonial outpost. In the mid-1800s, Dr. Usher Parsons, a physician and an amateur historian, read the downward slant of the seven's top line as a four. In 1868, the historical society removed the stone for safekeeping. A descendant put up a slate copy that repeated Parson's transcription and tacked on the phrase "in the 67th year of her age."

Three-and-a-half centuries transformed the 17th-century wilderness to the crowded bayside suburb of Conimicut. The "new" stone toppled from its foundation and lies in fragments in an overgrown tangle off Cole Farm Road. But subsequent scholars never changed the way they read that inscription.

Craig Anthony began his journey to a new perspective on Sara Tefft -- and her place in Colonial Rhode Island history - at the Tefft family plot in South Kingstown.

Anthony was exploring an abandoned rail bed that slices through the backwoods of South Kingstown when he stumbled on a field of stones, breaking the earth at regular intervals like teeth.

Anthony, who had been working on a project to record all of the state's historic cemeteries, recognized it as a graveyard hosting people too insignificant to rate carved stones or settlers who predated such civilized pretensions.

He reported this find to John Sterling, an authority on historical cemeteries and the head of the state transcription project. Sterling turned over everything he had on the cemetery plot, including an unpublished 1880 manuscript.

ONE SENTENCE in the manuscript caught Anthony's eye: "It was in this sequestered place that the celebrated Joshua Tefft was captured and afterwards taken to Wickford where he was drawn and quartered, the only execution of the kind in Rhode Island so far as we know."

Driven to know more about Joshua Tefft, Anthony, with some assistance from Sterling, relentlessly mined archives from Hartford to Portsmouth. One afternoon, Anthony became so engrossed in his research he was briefly locked in the Warwick City Hall vault when he failed to leave his work after the clerk turned off the upstairs lights.

Hidden in court documents, marriage records, birth and death registers, wills and deeds were splinters of the plot Anthony has written. Yet, slivers are not enough to build a platform of historical truth.

Sterling maintains that Anthony's contention that Joshua Tefft was a patriot is a series of "speculations" and "leaps."

"You could interpret it that way, I wouldn't. When you add up all the facts, it's hard to see him as a poor victim."

As for Sara Tefft, one of the unluckiest brides of the New World, Sterling said, "it's a terrific story and I'd like it to be true."

There's no doubt that Anthony has shattered the myths surrounding Sara Tefft's stone, Sterling said. He has included this historical correction in his 1997 book on Warwick's historic cemeteries. The oldest gravestone record will go out of state -- most likely to one in either Dorchester, Mass., or Connecticut, both dated 1644, he said.

It doesn't seem like a record worth fighting over. But Robert P. Emlen, the Brown University curator who has written about the Tefft stone and teaches a course on gravestone studies, said that every monument is another piece of a faded mosaic that informs the present.

"They are carved in a certain way and use language that is useful to us," Emlen said. "Gravestones provide a window into a historical past. They are the material evidence of lots of people for whom no other written record exists."

 

 

 

 

 

 

iii. Mary Tefft, born 1647; married Samuel Wilson.

iv. Tabitha Tefft, born 1653; married George Gardiner.

Notes for George Gardiner:

http://www.accessgenealogy.com/scripts/data/database.cgi?file=Data&report=SingleArticle&ArticleID=0000412

 

6562. Joseph Jenckes He married 6563. Esther Ballard.

6563. Esther Ballard

Child of Joseph Jenckes and Esther Ballard is:

3281 i. Elizabeth Jenckes, died in Indian Country; married Samuel Tefft.

 

6566. William Holbrook He married 6567. Elizabeth Pitts.

6567. Elizabeth Pitts

Child of William Holbrook and Elizabeth Pitts is:

3283 i. Mehitable Holbrook, born 1659 in Menden, Worcestor, MA; married Jonathan Sprague.

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6576. John Sweet, born 1620 in England; died in "he became a FREE MAN 1660". He was the son of 13152. John Isaac Sweet and 13153. Mary Westcott. He married 6577. Elizabeth Temperance Jeffries.

6577. Elizabeth Temperance Jeffries, died in Indian Country.

Notes for John Sweet:

SOURCE: Salt Lake Library Film #0037237 "Sweets of Rhode Island Descendants of John SWEET"

 

FREEMAN

 

JOHN SWEET, JR. b. c1620 Salem, Mass?; d. 1677; m. c1655 Elizabeth (probably Jeoffrey). She was very likely the dau. of Robert Jeoffrey of Newport, RI, whose dau. Elizabeth was b. 1629. (If this is correct, she had a sister, Mary Jeoffrey b. 1632 who m. Richard Carder. They had a dau. Sarah who m. Benjamin Gorton.) Elizabeth testified in 1684 that she

was 55 yrs. old. She d. aft 1684; m. 2nd Samuel Wilson. JUNE 5, 1648: John Jr. was recorded as inhabitant of Warwick, RI; in 1655 Freeman; in 1660 Commissioner; in 1662 he was paid 5 pounds in peage at eight per penny, for killing a wolf.

APR 17, 1663: He sold Francis Darby, of Warwick, "my dwelling house, lot, etc., that I bought of Henry Townsend, for 45 pounds."MAY 20 1671: He took oath of alligiane (to king of England).

1675: His grist mill, etc., at Potowomut, was burned by Indians.MAR 7, 1676: The council at Hartford, noted that he and Samuel Eldred "have liberty to transport ten bushels of Indian corn apiece for their distressed families."

JUN 27, 1677: He is now living in Newport, naming his wife Elizabeth, and children John, Daniel, James, Henry, Richard, Benjamin, William, Jeremiah, and a dau.

SEP 18, 1684: Elizabeth Wilson, widow, aged 55 or thereabouts, deposed that her first husband, John Sweet, being a Warwick man, first built his dwelling house on Potowomut Neck and procured leave of the Narragansett Sachems to set down his mill and dam in Potowomut River. Her husband and herself kept possession peaceably of said house and land and mill for

several yars until forced off by the late Indian war, and after the was was over she and her children returned and kept possession of the same place.

Children of John Sweet, Jr. and Elizabeth:

John

Daniel b. 1657

James

Henry m. Elizabeth ?. Their dau. Joanna m. Robert Vaughn b. Feb 13, 1695, d. Mar 22, 1757 East Greenwich, RI.

Richard

Benjamin

William

Jeremiah

a daughter

- - - - - - - - - - - - - -

JAMES SWEET b. 1622 Salem, Mass?; d. Jun 18, 1698 m. Mary Greene b. May 19, 1633. (She was the dau. of John [Richard, Richard, Robert] who was from Salisbury

Children of John Sweet and Elizabeth Jeffries are:

i. Daniel Sweet, married Eleanor Carpenter.

ii. Rufus Sweet

iii. John Albert Sweet

iv. James Sweet

v. Benjamin Sweet

vi. William Sweet

vii. Jeremiah Sweet

3292 viii. Richard Sweet, born 1653; died 1754; married (1) Priscilla Carpenter; married (2) Mehitable Larkin 1673 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI.

3288 ix. Henry Sweet, born 1662 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; married Mary Margaret Griffin.

 

6772. Roelof Schenk

Child of Roelof Schenk is:

3386 i. Jan Roelofse Schenk, born in Dutch By Design Book; married Sara Vancouwenhoven.

 

6998. John Munger, born 1660 in Guilford CT. He married 6999. Mary Evarts.

6999. Mary Evarts She was the daughter of 13998. James Evarts and 13999. Lydia Goodrich.

Child of John Munger and Mary Evarts is:

3499 i. Mary Munger, married Joshua Leete.

 

7008. John Wetherford, born 1615 in England.

Child of John Wetherford is:

3504 i. Wm Wetherford, born 1645 in York Co VA; married unknown.

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7056. Andrew Carpenter

Notes for Andrew Carpenter:

Title: They Came to Kentucky

Author: Alberta Carson Kirkwood

Title: Second Germanna Colony of 1717

Publication: The Germanna Record #6, Memorial Foundation of the Germanna Colonies in Virginia, June 1965

Children of Andrew Carpenter are:

i. Wm Carpenter

3528 ii. John Zimmerman Carpenter, born 1700 in Germany; died 1782 in Culpepper Virginia; married Anna Barbara Kerker 1723 in va.

 

7104. John Roby, born 1571. He was the son of 14208. William Roby and 14209. Joan.

Child of John Roby is:

3552 i. John Roby, married Eleanor Beeney.

 

7158. Jacob Jacob, born 1628; died 1726. He married 7159. Anne Cheyney.

7159. Anne Cheyney, born 1661; died 1730. She was the daughter of 14318. Richard Cheyney and 14319. Eleanor.

Child of Jacob Jacob and Anne Cheyney is:

3579 i. Charity Jacob, born Abt. 1682; married Richard Duckett.

 

7172. William Stone He married 7173. Mary Vernon.

7173. Mary Vernon

Children of William Stone and Mary Vernon are:

3586 i. William Stone, born 1615 in Caroline County VA; died 1705 in Totuskey Creek, Richmond County, VA; married Sarah Howard.

ii. John Stone, born 1636.

iii. Richard Stone, born 1642.

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7696. Stephen Moon, born 1655 in New Kent VA; died 29 Jan 1713. He was the son of 15392. Abraham Moon and 15393. unknown. He married 7697. Mary Simpson Abt. 1680.

7697. Mary Simpson, born 1662; died 1712 in New Kent VA.

Children of Stephen Moon and Mary Simpson are:

i. Stephen Jr Moon, born 1680 in New Kent VA; died 1726; married Phyllis 1702; born 1682; died 1746.

3848 ii. Peter Moon, born 1681 in New Kent VA; died 1720; married Elizabeth Smith.

 

7704. Richard Hudson, born 1634 in Accomack VA; died 25 Oct 1669 in Henrico VA. He was the son of 15408. Richard Hudson. He married 7705. Mary Bowman.

7705. Mary Bowman, born in England. She was the daughter of 15410. Robert Bowman.

Notes for Mary Bowman:

Mary BOWMAN - b. VA. Living in 1688. The Roxdale plantation may have co

to the Hudson family through Mary. She was sister of Robert, William and

John BOWMAN, and daughter of Robert BOWMAN, Sr. (d. Feb. 17, 1670/1,

Varine Parish, Bermuda Head, Henrico Co., VA). Source: The Hudsons of

Dickson Co., TN received from Mr. Van. A. Hudson via the internet.

Children of Richard Hudson and Mary Bowman are:

3852 i. Richard Hudson, born Abt. 1660 in Henrico VA; married Mary Hall in Henrico VA.

ii. Robert Hudson, born 1662.

iii. William Hudson, born 1668 in Henrico VA; died 27 Nov 1701 in Hanover, VA; married Elizabeth Jennings.

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7808. Phillip Broadway, born 1597 in England. He married 7809. Sarah Mayor.

7809. Sarah Mayor, born in England.

Child of Phillip Broadway and Sarah Mayor is:

3904 i. Nicholas Brodoway, born 1620 in England; died 1698 in Maryland; married (1) Elizabeth Tatlo 1641 in London; married (2) Catherine Horsley 1645 in London.

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7936. Bozeman, born speculation Holland; died in still much to research in Maryland and Virginia on this line.

Children of Bozeman are:

i. William Bozeman, born in possibly from Virginia to Maryland in 1670s; married Ellinor White.

Notes for William Bozeman:

Alexander MADDOX (SR) md (2) Ellinor WHITE abt 1661, she d 1692 after she md (2) William BOSEMAN 15 Feb 1661, his will 5 Aug 1664, and Ellinor md (3 )James CAINE {Ellinor's will under Ellinor CAINE}

Alexander and Ellinor WHITE, dau of Lewis (Nicklas) WHITE had one ch: Lazarus 1657-1716 who md (2) Sarah?

 

See: MD Side Lights; New Eng Hist & Gene V 15, p 146; Hotten Emigrants p 138; Eastern Shore Vital Records; Old Somerset on the Eastern Shore of MD; Thirty-four Families of Old Somerset Co MD; The Early Settlers of MD, by Skordas; MD Calendar of Wills, by Baldwin

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Land Office Grants - Full View of Record

 

URL (Click on link) http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=529&last=&g_p=GZ&collection=NN Grant

http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=9&last=10&g_p=S6&collection=NN Survey

Title Bozzerman, William.

Publication 11 December 1804.

Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311.

Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Surveys, 1-6, A-E, reels 312-320.

Note Location: Shenandoah County.

Description: 5 acres on the north side of Shenandoah River, adjoining land belonging to the heirs of David Stover decd.

Source: Northern Neck Grants Z, 1800-1801, p. 529 (Reel 305).

Recorded survey available. Northern Neck Surveys No. 6, 1802-1809, p. 9-10 (Reel 317).

Original survey exists.

Part of the index to recorded copies of land grants issued by the agents of the Fairfax Proprietary between 1690 and 1781 and by the Commonwealth between 1786 and 1874. Original and recorded surveys are also indexed when available. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia.

Subject - Personal Bozzerman, William. grantee.

Stover, David.

Subject - Topical Land titles -- Registration and transfer -- Virginia -- Shenandoah County

Subject -Geographic Shenandoah County (Va.) -- History -- 19th century

Genre/Form Land grants -- Virginia -- Shenandoah County.

Surveys (land) -- Virginia -- Shenandoah County.

Added Entry Northern Neck Land Office. Northern Neck grants, 1690-1874.

Northern Neck Land Office. Northern Neck surveys, 1786-1874.

Northern Neck Land Office. Northern Neck plats and certificates, 1786-1874.

Library of Virginia. Archives.

System Number 000849543

ii. Peter Bozeman, born in Check 1676 tax rolls in Northampton, Virginia.

iii. Ambrose Bozeman

3968 iv. Ralph Bozeman, born Bef. 1653 in Surry County Virginia; died in lived next to Roger Tarleton , Perquimians North Carolina; married Mary Branch.

 

7938. William Addie ??Branch He was the son of 15876. Christopher Branch and 15877. Mary Addie. He married 7939. Jane Hatcher.

7939. Jane Hatcher

Children of William ??Branch and Jane Hatcher are:

i. Wm Branch

ii. Sarah Branch

3969 iii. Mary Branch, born Abt. 1656; married (1) Ralph Bozeman; married (2) Steven Powell; married (3) Robert Hooks; married (4) Thomas Price.

iv. John Branch, born 1658; married Martha.

 

8008. Nicholas Brack, born 1649 in England. He was the son of 16016. William Brack. He married 8009. Ann Atkinson.

8009. Ann Atkinson

Children of Nicholas Brack and Ann Atkinson are:

i. Samuel? Brack

ii. Burrell? Brack

4004 iii. George Brack, born 1704 in England; died 1750 in Onslow County NC; married Gean Giffen 1718.

 

8012. James DOTY, born 17 Sep 1686 in Piscataway Middlesex NJ; died 1713. He was the son of 16024. Isaac Doty and 16025. Elizabeth England. He married 8013. Phoebe Slater.

8013. Phoebe Slater, born 28 Jul 1693 in Piscataway Middlesex NJ. She was the daughter of 16026. Esward Slater and 16027. Elizabeth Bonham.

Notes for James DOTY:

As quoted from THE DOTY/ANDERSON/SHEPPERD AND ALLIED FAMILIES By Carl V Wright: Benajah Dory, son of James Doty and Phebe Slater, born Piscataway, NJ about 17232. He received by the will of his cousin, Benjamin Martin, certain pieces of land at Piscataway, which he sold to Thomas Skinner, Jr. July 11, 1759 and undoubtedly immigrated at that time with his brother Benjanim to Onslow County, NC. Here, like his brother, he took an active part in public affairs, was representative to the State Assemblies of 1775-1776, participated in the debate and counseled with others, the action which led to the State to be one of the earliest in demanding a separation from British Government, and to be most earnest and prompt in supporting the measure of Continental /Congress. He was one of the delegates to the Convention of 1776, which framed the Constitution of the Colony and held various local positions of trust and honor. He was a member of the House of Commons of North Carolina, 1777-1778. He was married twice, perhaps in New Jersey, as he had a daughter born c1745. No record of marriage has been found. He married second in Onslow County, NC about 1774, to Elizabeth Chativin. Benjah died about 1780 in Onslow County, NC. By his first wife he had at least two children. /Note: taken from THE DOTY-DOTEN FAMILY, by Ethan Allen Doty:.. The two daughters listed were as .. "Number 3400, p 2997, Vol I; a daughter married Brack, Number 3401.. a daughter married Warren." The book continues... "It is thought that they both moved to Georgia."/ Elizabeth, his second wife, lived to be 101 years old and her grandson, Rev. William Edward Doty of Greenwood, LA, who furnished many of the facts in the early history of this branch of the family, remembers hearing her tell how during the Revolutionary War, she lived in North Carolina, and having buried her effects and property in the ground, she helped to make potato hills over them to conceal them from the Tories.

 

Children of James DOTY and Phoebe Slater are:

i. Esther DOTY, born 1716.

ii. Benjamin DOTY, born 1722; married Hester Bemen.

4006 iii. Benajah DOTY, born Abt. 1723 in Piscataway Middlesex NJ; died 11 Apr 1781 in Onslow County NC; married (1) Panthea Rogers; married (2) Elizabeth Farr 1774.

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8032. William Sellers, born Abt. 1700. He was the son of 16064. Mathew Willilam Sellers and 16065. Catherine Jordan. He married 8033. Providence Gurley.

8033. Providence Gurley

Notes for William Sellers:

Although his full name was William Benjamin Sellers, he went by Benjamin. He is alternately referred to as William or Benjamin in various records. Sarah Hickman was Benjamin Sellers' second wife. His first wife was (possibly) Marie, whose maiden surname is unknown at this time. There is a great deal of debate among Sellers researchers about the distribution of William Benjamin's children between his two wives. The chart reflects my current conclusions, and is subject to change.

FEB 1740 Edgecombe Co, NC = Benjamin SELLERS

of Edgecombe Co, sells 50 acres of land in Bertie Co that

my father Mathew SELLERS bought of Benjamin FOREMAN,

where my mother now lives. [Edward Thomas Ray Descendants.FTW]

 

 

WILL OF BENJAMIN SELLERS OF EDGECOMBE CO., NORTH CAROLINA

Recorded in Will Record Book A, pp. 25-26

In the Name of God Amen ---

I, Benjamin Sellers in Edgecombe County, being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be given to God therefore, and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, I do make and ordain this my last will & testament, that is to say principally and first of all, I give and recommend my soul into the hand of God that gave it and as touching such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me with, I give, devise, dispose of the same in following manner and form:

Item --- I give to my beloved wife Sarah ye use of ye plantation which I now live upon during her life, and after her decease I give the plantation and two hundred acres of land to ... my youngest son Simon Sellers and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten forever, and if he should die without heir then ye land shall fall to my son Jechonias and his heirs lawfully begotten forever.

Item --- I give to my son Elisha Sellers to value of five shillings.

Item --- I give to my son Benjamin Sellers to value of five shillings. I likewise constitute, ordain, and make my wife and William Dortch my only and sole executors of this my last will and testament, and the remaining part of my estate I do leave to be equally divided between my wife and her children now living with her, and I do hereby disallow, revoke, and disanull all and every other former testaments, wills, legacies, requests, and executors by me in any ways before this time -- named, willed, and bequeathed, ratified, and confirming this no other to be my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this third day of January 1761.

Robert Thompson Benjamin [His Mark] Sellers

Catherine (X) Sellers

Matthew Sellers

March Court 1761 ---

The within will was in open court exhibited by the executors and proved by the oath of Robert Thompson one of the subscribing witnesses thereto and at the same time William Dortch was qualified as an executor which is on motion ordered to be certified and the will to be recorded.

Test. James Hall Cir. C.

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In the June 1762 session of the Edgecombe Co. Court, Benjamin's "orphans" Matthew, Jechonias, and Joel chose their mother Sarah Sellers as their guardian. The court also appointed Sarah as the guardian of Simon and Mary Sellers. In the April 1764 session, the court was notified that Thomas Dixon had married Sarah Sellers, Benjamin's widow and guardian to the children. In the October 1764 session, Joel Sellers was bound out to Kindred Carter.

It was long believed by many that the father of Elisha Sellers was a "William Sellers of Tarboro," who allegedly went from there to what is today Brunswick Co., North Carolina around 1750 and raised a large family of mostly sons. It is a claim based on family tradition, not the evidence. An excerpt below from a letter written to a fellow researcher spells out the problems with this hypothesis ---

"... Yes, Benjamin (d.1761, Edgecombe Co., North Carolina) is actually Elisha's father -- 'William Sellers of Tarboro' is an historical fiction for which not one shred of primary evidence exists. Anyone who tells you that William is the father shows that they have not done original research and instead swallowed the multiple erroneous statements in a well-intentioned, but poorly done book 'Some Descendents of William Sellers Who Was in Tarboro, North Carolina in 1750' by Clark and Elizabeth Watters, which cites the family tradition passed down in the family of W.W. Sellers of Marion Co., South Carolina who had no real idea of who his distant ancestors were. What follows here is an excerpt from a letter I wrote explaining this:

I've noticed that many people have written in, telling you that Elisha's father was a 'William Sellers of Tarboro.' I gather from other (better) data that you've received that you know this is not true -- there is no 'William Sellers of Tarboro' -- and that Benjamin Sellers' Edgecombe Co. North Carolina will of 1761 is the key to this issue. Put in the simplest way, Benjamin IS 'William Sellers of Tarboro'! All six of his named sons, including Elisha, and at least one of his daughters were present eight years later in the 1769 Brunswick Co., North Carolina tax list. What you may or may not know is the source of the misinformation. The error, though reproduced in Watters' work and in the Reddoch compilation ... originally stems from an error in W.W. Sellers' 'History of Marion Co., South Carolina' (pub. 1901). In it he says that his grandfather Benjamin's father was a 'William Sellers' who lived near Tarboro, North Carolina about 1750 and moved to the area of 'Seven Creeks' in what is today Brunswick Co.) and had several sons, naming Elisha and Benjamin among others.

Now, aside from the fact that there is absolutely no documentary evidence (and certainly none cited) for this assertion, there are a few other considerations that make the claim suspect, even if one doesn't look at Benjamin's 1761 will. There is a letter that W.W. Sellers wrote to a Thomas B. Sellers of Ama, Louisiana, dated

8 December 1899 (I have a transcript). In it, written about a year before the publication of his Marion Co. history, he tells his cousin that his 'great grandfather William or Henry emigrated from Tar River, North Carolina...'. The point is, he didn't really know who his great grandfather was; a fact not at all surprising when then you look at the rest of the letter. He reveals that his grandfather Benjamin [d. Apr 1817] died about a year before he was born, that his father Jordan Sellers was 54 when he married his mother, and finally that his father gave him all this information about sixty years before [from 1899]. Well, his father died, according to the letter, 9 September 1838, making this a deathbed conveyance of information! And with W.W. born in 1818, he was himself 81 years old ..."

 

Father: Matthew William SELLERS b: 1675 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia

Mother: Catherine JORDAN b: ABT 1678 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia

Marriage 1 Marie UNKNOWN b: ABT 1710 in North Carolina

Married: BEF 1736 in North Carolina 1Children

Elisha SELLERS b: BET 1735 AND 1738 in Edgecombe County, North Carolina

Children of William Sellers and Providence Gurley are:

i. Jacob Sellers, born 1679.

4016 ii. William Sellers, born Abt. 1682 in Tarboro NC; married Mary Willis 1727.

iii. John Sellers, born 1687; married Elizabeth.

 

Generation No. 14

13122. James Barber, born 1594 in Berkshire England; died in Newport RI. He was the son of 26244. Thomas Barber.

Children of James Barber are:

i. Ebenezer Barber

ii. Elizabeth Barber

iii. Joseph Barber

iv. Patience Barber

v. Wm Barber

6561 vi. Mary Barber, born 1618 in Berkshire England; died 1675 in RI; married John Tefft 1638 in Portsmouth, Newport, RI.

vii. James Barber, born 1620 in Berkshire England; died 1687 in Newport RI.

 

13152. John Isaac Sweet, born 1579 in Trayne, Modbury, Devonshire, England; died Abt. 1637 in arrived in Salem MA 1630 then Providence RI. He was the son of 26304. Robert Sweet and 26305. Johanna Rainham. He married 13153. Mary Westcott Abt. 1619 in England.

13153. Mary Westcott, born 1605 in England; died 1681 in Salem MA.

Notes for John Isaac Sweet:

 

Sweet Genealogy and History

S.L. Film #037237, Sweets of Rhode Island. Vol. 1 Books 1-5. John (1) came in 1630 and settled in Salem, Massachusetts. John was one of the first purchasers of land in Providence, Rhode Island. 1637 the lot where the old state house now stands. John, born 1579, proof in Hackery, Middlesex, England. He died sometime after Jun 6 1637, records in Salem, Mass. His name is in first short-hand book of Salem.

He married about 1619 Mary (WESCOTT) in England. The family came in ship "The Mary and John" which sailed from Plymouth, England, 20 Mar 1630 and was one of the (Winthrop Fleet). They arrived in Nantucket, Mass. on 31 May 1630. Not proven

John SWEET (1),Family ID # 175 the immigrant ancestor, was born about 1598 or before since his son, James (3), was recorded as being born in 1622. John Married Mary (WESCOTT). The records state that their children were born in Wales. They were doubtless of Welsh origin, and were the progenitors of the SWEETS of Warwick and Kings Town, Rhode Island. (Genealogies of Central New York, (Vol. 1, pg. 420.) In the book," Rhode Island Genealogies" pg. 911; it states that, John and James Sweet, brothers were of Welsh birth. It is well established that John SWEET (1), their father was a man of some years beyond youth when he arrived in America. John (1), is of record as of Salem, Massachusetts, as early as 1632 when his land there was referred to. He had a grant of land in Providence, Rhode Island, in 1637, in which year he died, and his widow then received a grant.

 

" Austin's Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island," pg. 195 reads; John SWEET was living 6 Jun. 1637, but died sometime during that year presumably before the land grant was official. Later in Salem' Mary, is called "WIDOW SWEET" .It is possible that John SWEET never went to Providence, but died in Salem.

The following from a manuscript by CHAPLIN, (which is in the Historical Society of Rhode Island) states the land must have been granted to John SWEET (1) for his second son, James SWEET (3), in a deed dated 8 Nov. 1686 mention all right of land in Providence, as my father, John SWEET, was one of the first purchasers thereof. Mary (WESCOTT) SWEET, widow of John SWEET (1), and their three children moved to Providence, Rhode Island and upon her eldest son, John SWEET (2), only eighteen years of age and James (3), two years younger fell the responsibility of providing for the family.

Mary, widow of John (1) married a second time the Rev. Ezekiel (HOLLIMAN) and after their marriage, her new husband changed her daughter's name from Maribah to Renewed. After the death of HOLLIMAN, 17 Sep. 1659, Mary SWEET HOLLIMAN returned to Salem where she died 31 July 1681.

The death of John SWEET (1) and the subsequent marriage to Ezekiel (HOLLIMAN) doubtless hastened their "removal"

to Warwick, known at the time as Shawmuch.

The Sweet family of Rhode Island is for the most part descendants of these two brothers, John (2) and James (3). They were among a list of persons received as inhabitants of Warwick, Rhode Island previous to 5 Jun. 1648. (Austin's Genealogical Dictionary). They and their descendants spread through out the neighboring towns of East Greenwich, Coventry, Exeter, North Kingstown, South Kingstown, Warwick, Portsmouth and Prudence Island, Rhode Island, and there are still many living in these towns in Rhode Island today.

SOURCE: Salt Lake Library Film #0037237 "Sweets of Rhode Island Descendants of John SWEET"

 

Father: Robert SWEET A b: ABT 1552 in Hackney, London, Eng

Mother: Johanna RAINHAM b: ABT 1555 in Modbury, Devonshire, England

Marriage 1 Mary WESTCOTT b: ABT 1605 in Modbury, Devonshire, England

Married: ABT 1619 in London, England

Children

John SWEET b: 1620 in Wales

James SWEET b: 18 JUN 1622 in Warwick, Kent Co., R I

Thomas SWEET b: ABT 1624 in Modbury, Devon, Eng

Meribah Renewed SWEET b: ABT 1625

Children of John Sweet and Mary Westcott are:

6576 i. John Sweet, born 1620 in England; died in "he became a FREE MAN 1660"; married Elizabeth Temperance Jeffries.

ii. James Sweet, born 1622 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI-FREEMAN 1655; died 1698 in Prudence Island RI; married Mary Greene Abt. 1654 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; born 1633.

Notes for James Sweet:

FREEMAN

JOHN SWEET, JR. b. c1620 Salem, Mass?; d. 1677; m. c1655 Elizabeth (probably Jeoffrey). She was very likely the dau. of Robert Jeoffrey of Newport, RI, whose dau. Elizabeth was b. 1629. (If this is correct, she had a sister, Mary Jeoffrey b. 1632 who m. Richard Carder. They had a dau. Sarah who m. Benjamin Gorton.) Elizabeth testified in 1684 that she

was 55 yrs. old. She d. aft 1684; m. 2nd Samuel Wilson. JUNE 5, 1648: John Jr. was recorded as inhabitant of Warwick, RI; in 1655 Freeman; in 1660 Commissioner; in 1662 he was paid 5 pounds in peage at eight per penny, for killing a wolf.

APR 17, 1663: He sold Francis Darby, of Warwick, "my dwelling house, lot, etc., that I bought of Henry Townsend, for 45 pounds."MAY 20 1671: He took oath of alligiane (to king of England).

1675: His grist mill, etc., at Potowomut, was burned by Indians.MAR 7, 1676: The council at Hartford, noted that he and Samuel Eldred "have liberty to transport ten bushels of Indian corn apiece for their distressed families."

JUN 27, 1677: He is now living in Newport, naming his wife Elizabeth, and children John, Daniel, James, Henry, Richard, Benjamin, William, Jeremiah, and a dau.

SEP 18, 1684: Elizabeth Wilson, widow, aged 55 or thereabouts, deposed that her first husband, John Sweet, being a Warwick man, first built his dwelling house on Potowomut Neck and procured leave of the Narragansett Sachems to set down his mill and dam in Potowomut River. Her husband and herself kept possession peaceably of said house and land and mill for

several yars until forced off by the late Indian war, and after the was was over she and her children returned and kept possession of the same place.

Children of John Sweet, Jr. and Elizabeth:

John

Daniel b. 1657

James

Henry m. Elizabeth ?. Their dau. Joanna m. Robert Vaughn b. Feb 13, 1695, d. Mar 22, 1757 East Greenwich, RI.

Richard

Benjamin

William

Jeremiah

a daughter

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JAMES SWEET b. 1622 Salem, Mass?; d. Jun 18, 1698 m. Mary Greene b. May 19, 1633. (She was the dau. of John [Richard, Richard, Robert] who was from Salisbury

Notes for Mary Greene:

ID: I686

Name: James SWEET

Sex: M

Birth: 18 JUN 1622 in Warwick, Kent Co., R I

Death: 18 JUN 1698 in Prudence Island, R. I.

Note:

SOURCE: Salt Lake Library Film #0037237 "Sweets of Rhode Island Descendants of John SWEET"

Children of James (3) and Mary (GREENE)

* i Philip (12), b. 15 Jul. 1655 in Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island, he m. Elizabeth (ALLEN), widow of William (ALLEN)

* ii. James (13), born 28 May 1657 in Warwick, Rhode Island he m. Hannah (ATCHMAN). He m. 2nd Mary (PIERCE) in 1711, widow of Robert (HILL).

iii. Mary, b. 2 Feb. 1660 in Warwick, Rhode Island m. Enoch PLACE) of Dorchester, Massachusetts. he d. in 1703. She m. 2nd. Samuel (WICKHAN). Mary and Enoch had a dau. Mary (PLACE) born 16 Oct 1697, she, m. George (HAZARD) of South Kingstown, Rhode Island. George b. in 1699 and d. in 1764. Mary Place (HAZARD) d. 2 May 1752, in East Greenwich. Rhode Island.wic

SOURCE: Salt Lake Library Film #0037237 "Sweets of Rhode Island Descendants of John SWEET"

SWEET-L Archives

From: Dean or Virgene Travis <travis@digisys.net>

Subject: JOHN SWEET info.

Date: Mon, 23 Sep 1996 00:41:08 -0700

The following info. was compiled by a cousin who sent me all of her research. I haven't found a connection to my Sweets, but maybe this will help one of you.

JOHN SWEET (of Salem, Mass and Providence, RI) b. c1585-90 England d. 1637 RI; m. July 3, 1632 Mary d. 1681. (She m. 2nd 1638 Ezekiel Holliman). John's land in Salem is described as bounding Mr. Skelton's land on the north, and near to Capt. Endicott's as of June 6, 1637. He

was presented by the Grand Jury for shooting a wolf dog of Col. Endicott's in the yard of the latter, and was fined 5 pounds for the offense; subsequently the fine was remitted. The name of "Sweet's Cove" was given to an inlet near his residence. In 1637 he obtained a grant of

land in Providence.

This passed to Mary after his death. She returned to Salem and rec'd a land grant there the same year. After Mary m. Ezekiel Holliman, he changed the name of her dau. from Meribah to Renewed.JULY 1, 1639: Mrs. Holliman is alluded to in a letter from Rev. Hugh Peters of Salem, to the church at Dorchester. He says that she and certain others had "the great censure passed upon them in this our church," and that "they wholly refused to hear the church, denying it and all the churches in the Bay to be true churches."

 

JULY 31, 1681: Ezekiel Holliman's will is proved. To son-in-law John Gereardy and dau. Renewed, his wife, both formerly of Warwick, now of Prudence [sic], all interest in house, lot, meadow and upland in Warwick.

CHILDREN OF JOHN SWEET & MARY: JOHN SWEET, JR.(see below), JAMES SWEET

(see below), RENEWED SWEET. Renewed b. c1625 Salem, Mass?; d. aft 1681.

m. John Gereardy d. aft 1681. They had 3 children: Mary, John, Phillis.

JOHN SWEET, JR. b. c1620 Salem, Mass?; d. 1677; m. c1655 Elizabeth (probably Jeoffrey). She was very likely the dau. of Robert Jeoffrey of Newport, RI, whose dau. Elizabeth was b. 1629. (If this is correct, she had a sister, Mary Jeoffrey b. 1632 who m. Richard Carder. They had a dau. Sarah who m. Benjamin Gorton.) Elizabeth testified in 1684 that she

was 55 yrs. old. She d. aft 1684; m. 2nd Samuel Wilson. JUNE 5, 1648: John Jr. was recorded as inhabitant of Warwick, RI; in 1655 Freeman; in 1660 Commissioner; in 1662 he was paid 5 pounds in peage at eight per penny, for killing a wolf.

APR 17, 1663: He sold Francis Darby, of Warwick, "my dwelling house, lot, etc., that I bought of Henry Townsend, for 45 pounds."MAY 20 1671: He took oath of alligiane (to king of England).

 

1675: His grist mill, etc., at Potowomut, was burned by Indians.MAR 7, 1676: The council at Hartford, noted that he and Samuel Eldred "have liberty to transport ten bushels of Indian corn apiece for their distressed families."

JUN 27, 1677: He is now living in Newport, naming his wife Elizabeth, and children John, Daniel, James, Henry, Richard, Benjamin, William, Jeremiah, and a dau.

SEP 18, 1684: Elizabeth Wilson, widow, aged 55 or thereabouts, deposed that her first husband, John Sweet, being a Warwick man, first built his dwelling house on Potowomut Neck and procured leave of the Narragansett Sachems to set down his mill and dam in Potowomut River. Her husband and herself kept possession peaceably of said house and land and mill for

several yars until forced off by the late Indian war, and after the was was over she and her children returned and kept possession of the same place.

Children of John Sweet, Jr. and Elizabeth:

John

Daniel b. 1657

James

Henry m. Elizabeth ?. Their dau. Joanna m. Robert Vaughn b. Feb 13, 1695, d. Mar 22, 1757 East Greenwich, RI.

Richard

Benjamin

William

Jeremiah

a daughter

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JAMES SWEET b. 1622 Salem, Mass?; d. Jun 18, 1698 m. Mary Greene b. May 19, 1633. (She was the dau. of John [Richard, Richard, Robert] who was from Salisbury, Wilts Co., England. He was b. at Bowridge Hall, Gellingham, Dorset Co., where his father and grandfather resided. He was a surgeon in Salisbury and m. (1) Nov 4, 1619 at St. Thomas' Church. His son John was baptised Aug 15, 1620. Other children followed:

Peter Mar 10, 1622

Richard Mar 25, 1623

James Jun 21, 1626

Thomas Jun 4 1628

Jone Oct 3, 1630

Mary May 19, 1633.

On Apr. 6, 1635, he said from Southampton, Eng. in the ship "James". He m. (1) Joan Tattersall; (2) Alice Daniels, a widow. She m. (2) Mr. Phillips, and d. 1653. End of Greene info.)

JUN 5, 1648: James Sweet recorded as inhabitant of Warwick, RI; 1653-58-59 Commissioner; 1655 Freeman; 1656 Juryman.

SEP 30 1660: He sold to Thos. Greene, lot granted him by town of Warwick, and housing thereon, by consent of William Ward, and also a share of meadow.

MAR 7, 1682: Portsmuth (Prudence Island). He and son, Phillip sold land in Warwick to Thos. Greene.

NOV 8, 1686: King's Town, RI. He deeded to eldest son, Phillip, of Purdence Island, all rights of land in Providence "as my father John Sweet, deceased, was one of the first purchasers thereof."

Also on NOV 8, 1686: He and wife, Mary, deeded to son Benoni, land in Mashantatack, at death of said James and wife. On the same date he deeded also to son Samuel and dau. Mary "both remaining with me."

APR 4, 1695: he testified about some land, calling his age 73 years.

Children of James Sweet and his wife, Mary:

Phillip b. July 15, 1655 Warwick, Kent Co., RI; m. Elizabeth

James b. May 28, 1657

Mary b. Feb 2, 1660

Benoni b. Mar 28, 1663

Valentine b. Feb 14, 1665

Samuel b. Nov 1, 1667

Jeremiah b. Jan 6, 1669

Renewed b. Jul 16, 1671

Sylvester b. Mar 1, 1674

*

JOHN SWEET info. by Dean or Virgene Travis <travis@digisys.net>

 

Father: John A K A Isaac SWEET b: ABT 1579 in Trayne, Modbury, Devonshire, England

Mother: Mary WESTCOTT b: ABT 1605 in Modbury, Devonshire, England

Marriage 1 Mary GREENE b: 19 MAY 1633 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England

Married: ABT 1654 in Warwick, Kent Co., R I

Children

Phillip SWEET b: 15 JUL 1655 in Warwick, Kent Co., R I

James SWEET b: 28 MAY 1657 in Warwick, Kent Co., R I

Mary SWEET b: 2 FEB 1660 in Warwick, Kent Co., R I

Benoni SWEET b: 28 MAR 1663 in Warwick, Kent Co., R I

Valentine SWEET b: 14 FEB 1665 in Prudence Island, R. I.

Samuel SWEET b: 1 NOV 1667 in Prudence Island, R. I.

Jeremiah SWEET b: 6 JAN 1669 in Prudence Island, R. I.

Renewed SWEET b: 16 JUL 1671 in Prudence Island, R. I.

Sylvester SWEET b: 1 MAR 1674 in Prudence Island, R. I.

iii. Thomas Sweet, born 1624.

iv. Meribah Renewed Sweet, born 1625; died 1681; married John Geraerd.

Notes for John Geraerd:

SOURCE: Salt Lake Library Film #0037237 "Sweets of Rhode Island Descendants of John SWEET"

 

13998. James Evarts, born 1630 in Concord Mass; died 1682 in Guilford CT. He married 13999. Lydia Goodrich.

13999. Lydia Goodrich, born 1644 in Guilford CT.

Children of James Evarts and Lydia Goodrich are:

6999 i. Mary Evarts, married John Munger.

ii. James Evarts

 

14208. William Roby, born 1540 in Castle Donnigan England. He was the son of 28416. Thomas Roby. He married 14209. Joan 1560.

14209. Joan

Child of William Roby and Joan is:

7104 i. John Roby, born 1571.

 

14318. Richard Cheyney He married 14319. Eleanor.

14319. Eleanor

Notes for Richard Cheyney:

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ID: I7278

Name: Richard CHEYNEY

Given Name: Richard

Surname: CHEYNEY

NSFX: of "Cheyney's Neck"

Sex: M

Change Date: 6 Feb 2003

Note: Emigrated sometime before 1650 to Maryland. Very soon he applied for l and grants and the first recorded was "Cheney's Hill" located on the So uth River in Anne Arundel County. He continued to negotiate land warran ts and became one of the largest land holders in the South River Hundre d. In 1653 he patented: "Cheney's Neck" 100 A. ; "Cheney's Resolution" 4 00 A.; "Cheney's Hazard" 100 A.; "Cheney's Rest" 300 A.; and "Cheney's P urchase" 300 A, the total amount was 1110 acres.

Birth: 1625

Death: ABT 1687

Emigration: BEF 1650 ENG to MD

Will: 6 MAR 1685/86

Residence: "Cheyney's Neck" 1660 Anne Arundel Co., MD

Event: Inventory 16 AUG 1688

Marriage 1 Charity

Married:

Children

Elizabeth CHEYNEY

Marriage 2 Eleanor

Children

Anne CHEYNEY b: 1661 in Anne Arundel Co., MD

Child of Richard Cheyney and Eleanor is:

7159 i. Anne Cheyney, born 1661; died 1730; married Jacob Jacob.

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15392. Abraham Moon, born Abt. 1630 in Gloucester Co VA. He was the son of 30784. John Moon and 30785. UNKNOWN. He married 15393. unknown.

15393. unknown

Child of Abraham Moon and unknown is:

7696 i. Stephen Moon, born 1655 in New Kent VA; died 29 Jan 1713; married Mary Simpson Abt. 1680.

 

15408. Richard Hudson, born in Church of England.

Child of Richard Hudson is:

7704 i. Richard Hudson, born 1634 in Accomack VA; died 25 Oct 1669 in Henrico VA; married Mary Bowman.

 

15410. Robert Bowman, born 1608 in VA; died 17 Feb 1671 in bermuda Head, Henrico County Va.

Notes for Robert Bowman:

Robert BOWMAN

Sex: M

Birth: ABT 1608 in VA

Death: 17 FEB 1671 in Varine Parish, Bermuda Head, Henrico, Co, VA

Note:

This was found at:

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/o/w/James-L-Bowman/GENE2-0002

.html

Robert Jr can be associated both with the land in Bermuda Hundred and

with a plantation known as Roxdale. As of February 8, 1997 I do not know

the location of Roxdale, but I guess it is in Chesterfield or Henrico

County.

This parentage for the brothers John Bowman and Edward Bowman of

Henrico Parish is speculative. As of August 1995 I have found no docume

or abstract of a colonial document which identifies their father. Howev

Virginia land entries from the 1660s and 1670s for the Bermuda Hundr

Henrico County identify Robert Bowman, Jr as a land owner for property

adjoining his father, Robert, Senior.

Robert, Jr. is a candidate of the right age in the correct

vicinity to be father of John and Edward. For that reason I put him

forward. John Bowman, Sr., was guardian for orphan John Bowman, Jr. unt

1679 in Henrico County. Because I have found no land records in the name

of John Bowman, Sr., in the Bermuda Hundred area, and since brothers Jo

and Edward appear to come into possession of the lands of Robert, Jr., I

think of him as the probable father of these men. Of course Robert Jr.

and John, Sr. could be brothers.

Charles W. Bowman in the introduction to his 1912 book, Bowman

Genealogy: Fragmentary Annals of a Branch of the Bowman Family, offered:

"In general, there seems little doubt that the Bowmans of Virginia and

other states to the south and west are of common stock. It is a family

tradition that the earliest ancestor was a ship carpenter who came with

the first colonists to Jamestown from London, but this has neither been

authenticated or disproved."

Abstracts from Nugent's CAVALIERS & PIONEERS, Vol. III:

p. 97 2 May 1705 Capt. John Bolling, Edward Bowman & John Bowman

1146 Scres Henrico County 3rd branch of Swift Creek, Begin at Henry

Poland North side of said Creek.

p. 102 2 Nov 1705 John Tullit, 17,653 Acres Henrico County, South

of James on Bowman's line.

p. 191 15 July 1717 John Bolling, Edward Bowman & John Bowman 497

Acres Henrico East side of Falling Creek.

p. 211 9 Feb 1718 Elizabeth Bowman 50 Acres Henrico South side

James on Fox Slash, adjoining William Clarke & William Soane.

p. 230 5 Sept 1723 John Bowman, Jnr 450 Acres Henrico County

Northside Swift Creek, adjoining his own survey in Henry Powland's line,

crossing the main road to Major John Bolling.

p. 293 17 Aug 1725 John Lavillian, 400 Acres Henrico North of

Appomattox River, adjoining John James Florenoy on South side of a bran

of Nutt Tree Branch; Francis Florenoy on North side of the Dumplin

Branch, and John Bowman's line.

p. 300 24 Mar 1725 John Newby 100 Acres Henrico South of Swift

Creek adjoining John Bowman and Richard Grill's line

Edward Bowman's will of 1722 made gifts of land on Swift Creek.

John Bowman's will of 1725 made gifts of land on Nut Tree Run and Swift

Creek. The abstract of Elizabeth Bowman's deed of Feb. 9, 1718 ties the

land acquisitions to the earlier holdings of Robert, Jr., when read in

combination with the following abstract from Crozier's Virginia County

Records, Vol. II, Taken from Henrico County Deeds & Wills 1725-1737:

p. 134 25 Aug 1727 John Soan of Burtee Precinct in Albemarle County

in North Carolina, but now in Virginia of one part and Tarlton Woods

Henrico County of Virginia . . . for £10 sells said Woodson tract of la

in Henrico on south side of James, bounded on lands of Robert Elam, Dr.

John Bowman dec'd, and others containing 200 acres being that land boug

by William Soane, father of the aforesaid John Soane . . .

The Soane sale puts Elizabeth's land now in the estate of John

Bowman, deceased, and the description of the land as adjoining Robert

Elam's property links these tracts to the 1662-1672 deeds describing the

properties of Robert Bowman, Jr. It also tells us that John Bowman was a

Doctor and that he was deceased before August 25, 1727.

 

Children of Robert Bowman and Sarah are:

i. JOHN BOWMAN, b. Abt 1661, Bermuda Hundred, Henrico Parish, Va.

(probably); d. Abt 1725, Henrico Parish, Virginia.

ii. EDWARD BOWMAN, b. Abt November 10, 1656, Henrico Parish, Virginia;

d. Abt 1722, Henrico Parish, Virginia.

iii. ROBERT BOWMAN III, b. Abt 1660.

iv. WILLIAM BOWMAN, b. Aft December 18, 1664; d. Aft December 18, 1685.

 

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown

Children

Mary BOWMAN b: 15 FEB 1634 in Varine Parish, Bermuda Head, Henrico, Co, VA

Five Children BOWMAN b: BET 1634 AND 1664

Child of Robert Bowman is:

7705 i. Mary Bowman, born in England; married Richard Hudson.

 

15876. Christopher Branch He married 15877. Mary Addie.

15877. Mary Addie

Child of Christopher Branch and Mary Addie is:

7938 i. William Addie ??Branch, married Jane Hatcher.

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16016. William Brack, born 1607 in Stokley England.

Children of William Brack are:

i. Elizabeth Brack

ii. John Brack

iii. William Brack

iv. Thomas Brack

8008 v. Nicholas Brack, born 1649 in England; married Ann Atkinson.

 

16024. Isaac Doty, born 1648 in Plymouth Massachusetts!; died 1728 in Oyster Bay New York. He was the son of 32048. Edward Doty and 32049. Faith Clarke. He married 16025. Elizabeth England.

16025. Elizabeth England, born 1655.

Children of Isaac Doty and Elizabeth England are:

i. Isaac DOTY, born 1673; married Elizabeth Jackson.

ii. Joseph DOTY, born 1680; married Sarah.

iii. Jacob DOTY, born 1682; married Penelope Albertson; born 1686.

8012 iv. James DOTY, born 17 Sep 1686 in Piscataway Middlesex NJ; died 1713; married Phoebe Slater.

v. Solomon DOTY, born 1691; married Rachel Seamon.

vi. Samuel DOTY, born 1695; married Charity Mudge.

Notes for Samuel DOTY:

!BIO: Edward Dillingham, born probably Scituate, Mass. about 1724; died Freeport, Maine, 15 March 1812; married 4 August 1751, Marcy Doty, "of Scituate"; died Freeport, Maine, 4 April 1812; probably daughter of Samuel and Mary (Cobb) Doty or Doten. Edward was probably the oldest son of Melatiah and Mary (Curtis) Dillingham, although no record of his birth has been found, The earliest record is of his marriage in 1751 to Marcy Doty. The history of Hanover, Mass. by Barry, states, "Melatiah and Edward Dillingham lived in Hanover in 1754 and were shipbuilders." They were also listed among householders in 1755. Land sales in 1784 and 1788 in Hanover by Joshua, half-brother of Edward, refer to the dwelling, "where Edward Dillingham formerly lived." In 1783 records of the Friends' Society, Pembroke Monthly Meeting, contain the report of Edward Dillingham's removal to the Falmouth, Maine Monthly Meeting. Edward and Marcy appear to have been members of the household of their son, Samuel in the first federal census, 1790, Freeport, Maine. Edward and Samuel were both blacksmiths and family tradition says that they contracted with the stage line to shoe the stage horses when they stopped in Freeport on the post road. From Vol II Dillingham Family Bulletin

 

16026. Esward Slater He married 16027. Elizabeth Bonham.

16027. Elizabeth Bonham She was the daughter of 32054. Nicholas Bonham and 32055. Hannah Fuller.

 

Child of Esward Slater and Elizabeth Bonham is:

8013 i. Phoebe Slater, born 28 Jul 1693 in Piscataway Middlesex NJ; married James DOTY.

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16064. Mathew Willilam Sellers, born Abt. 1675 in Isle of Wright, Virginia; died Abt. 1740 in NorthHampton North Carolina. He was the son of 32128. William Sellers and 32129. Sarah Harrison. He married 16065. Catherine Jordan.

16065. Catherine Jordan, born 1678 in Isle of Wight, VA; died 1761. She was the daughter of 32130. Richard?.

Children of Mathew Sellers and Catherine Jordan are:

8032 i. William Sellers, born Abt. 1700; married Providence Gurley.

ii. Benjamin Sellers, born Abt. 1710 in Isle of Wright, Virginia; died 1761 in Isle of Wright, Virginia; married (1) Sarah Hickman; born Abt. 1710 in Columbus, Brunswick NC; married (2) Marie.

Notes for Benjamin Sellers:

Although his full name was William Benjamin Sellers, he went by Benjamin. He is alternately referred to as William or Benjamin in various records. Sarah Hickman was Benjamin Sellers' second wife. His first wife was (possibly) Marie, whose maiden surname is unknown at this time. There is a great deal of debate among Sellers researchers about the distribution of William Benjamin's children between his two wives. The chart reflects my current conclusions, and is subject to change.

FEB 1740 Edgecombe Co, NC = Benjamin SELLERS

of Edgecombe Co, sells 50 acres of land in Bertie Co that

my father Mathew SELLERS bought of Benjamin FOREMAN,

where my mother now lives. [Edward Thomas Ray Descendants.FTW]

 

 

WILL OF BENJAMIN SELLERS OF EDGECOMBE CO., NORTH CAROLINA

Recorded in Will Record Book A, pp. 25-26

In the Name of God Amen ---

I, Benjamin Sellers in Edgecombe County, being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be given to God therefore, and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, I do make and ordain this my last will & testament, that is to say principally and first of all, I give and recommend my soul into the hand of God that gave it and as touching such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me with, I give, devise, dispose of the same in following manner and form:

Item --- I give to my beloved wife Sarah ye use of ye plantation which I now live upon during her life, and after her decease I give the plantation and two hundred acres of land to ... my youngest son Simon Sellers and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten forever, and if he should die without heir then ye land shall fall to my son Jechonias and his heirs lawfully begotten forever.

Item --- I give to my son Elisha Sellers to value of five shillings.

Item --- I give to my son Benjamin Sellers to value of five shillings. I likewise constitute, ordain, and make my wife and William Dortch my only and sole executors of this my last will and testament, and the remaining part of my estate I do leave to be equally divided between my wife and her children now living with her, and I do hereby disallow, revoke, and disanull all and every other former testaments, wills, legacies, requests, and executors by me in any ways before this time -- named, willed, and bequeathed, ratified, and confirming this no other to be my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this third day of January 1761.

Robert Thompson Benjamin [His Mark] Sellers

Catherine (X) Sellers

Matthew Sellers

March Court 1761 ---

The within will was in open court exhibited by the executors and proved by the oath of Robert Thompson one of the subscribing witnesses thereto and at the same time William Dortch was qualified as an executor which is on motion ordered to be certified and the will to be recorded.

Test. James Hall Cir. C.

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In the June 1762 session of the Edgecombe Co. Court, Benjamin's "orphans" Matthew, Jechonias, and Joel chose their mother Sarah Sellers as their guardian. The court also appointed Sarah as the guardian of Simon and Mary Sellers. In the April 1764 session, the court was notified that Thomas Dixon had married Sarah Sellers, Benjamin's widow and guardian to the children. In the October 1764 session, Joel Sellers was bound out to Kindred Carter.

It was long believed by many that the father of Elisha Sellers was a "William Sellers of Tarboro," who allegedly went from there to what is today Brunswick Co., North Carolina around 1750 and raised a large family of mostly sons. It is a claim based on family tradition, not the evidence. An excerpt below from a letter written to a fellow researcher spells out the problems with this hypothesis ---

"... Yes, Benjamin (d.1761, Edgecombe Co., North Carolina) is actually Elisha's father -- 'William Sellers of Tarboro' is an historical fiction for which not one shred of primary evidence exists. Anyone who tells you that William is the father shows that they have not done original research and instead swallowed the multiple erroneous statements in a well-intentioned, but poorly done book 'Some Descendents of William Sellers Who Was in Tarboro, North Carolina in 1750' by Clark and Elizabeth Watters, which cites the family tradition passed down in the family of W.W. Sellers of Marion Co., South Carolina who had no real idea of who his distant ancestors were. What follows here is an excerpt from a letter I wrote explaining this:

I've noticed that many people have written in, telling you that Elisha's father was a 'William Sellers of Tarboro.' I gather from other (better) data that you've received that you know this is not true -- there is no 'William Sellers of Tarboro' -- and that Benjamin Sellers' Edgecombe Co. North Carolina will of 1761 is the key to this issue. Put in the simplest way, Benjamin IS 'William Sellers of Tarboro'! All six of his named sons, including Elisha, and at least one of his daughters were present eight years later in the 1769 Brunswick Co., North Carolina tax list. What you may or may not know is the source of the misinformation. The error, though reproduced in Watters' work and in the Reddoch compilation ... originally stems from an error in W.W. Sellers' 'History of Marion Co., South Carolina' (pub. 1901). In it he says that his grandfather Benjamin's father was a 'William Sellers' who lived near Tarboro, North Carolina about 1750 and moved to the area of 'Seven Creeks' in what is today Brunswick Co.) and had several sons, naming Elisha and Benjamin among others.

Now, aside from the fact that there is absolutely no documentary evidence (and certainly none cited) for this assertion, there are a few other considerations that make the claim suspect, even if one doesn't look at Benjamin's 1761 will.

There is a letter that W.W. Sellers wrote to a Thomas B. Sellers of Ama, Louisiana, dated

8 December 1899 In it, written about a year before the publication of his Marion Co. history, he tells his cousin that his 'great grandfather William or Henry emigrated from Tar River, North Carolina...'. The point is, he didn't really know who his great grandfather was; a fact not at all surprising when then you look at the rest of the letter. He reveals that his grandfather Benjamin [d. Apr 1817] died about a year before he was born, that his father Jordan Sellers was 54 when he married his mother, and finally that his father gave him all this information about sixty years before [from 1899]. Well, his father died, according to the letter, 9 September 1838, making this a deathbed conveyance of information! And with W.W. born in 1818, he was himself 81 years old ..."

 

Father: Matthew William SELLERS b: 1675 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia

Mother: Catherine JORDAN b: ABT 1678 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia

Marriage 1 Marie UNKNOWN b: ABT 1710 in North Carolina

Married: BEF 1736 in North Carolina 1Children

Elisha SELLERS b: BET 1735 AND 1738 in Edgecombe County, North Carolina

 

Generation No. 15

26244. Thomas Barber, born 1565 in Berkshire England.

Child of Thomas Barber is:

13122 i. James Barber, born 1594 in Berkshire England; died in Newport RI.

 

26304. Robert Sweet, born 1552 in Hackney, London, England; died in Essex England. He was the son of 52608. John Swete and 52609. Mary Periam. He married 26305. Johanna Rainham 1578 in Rainham, Essex, England.

26305. Johanna Rainham, born Abt. 1555 in Modbury, Devonshire, England.

Notes for Robert Sweet:

Robert Sweet, son of John, was born about 1561 and married Johanna Rainham on May 7, 1578 at Rainham, in Essex, and they had a son John Sweet who was born in 1579 in Devonshire, at Modbury, probably at Traine. He lived at Traine and probably married Mary Wescott. This John Sweet was the immigrant ancestor who came to America in December of the year 1630, aboard the ship Lyon, with his wife, two sons, John and James, and his daughter, Meribah, they sailed with Roger Williams and his family, bringing much needed supplies to Salem, Massachusetts Bay Colony.

Child of Robert Sweet and Johanna Rainham is:

13152 i. John Isaac Sweet, born 1579 in Trayne, Modbury, Devonshire, England; died Abt. 1637 in arrived in Salem MA 1630 then Providence RI; married Mary Westcott Abt. 1619 in England.

 

28416. Thomas Roby, born in England.

Child of Thomas Roby is:

14208 i. William Roby, born 1540 in Castle Donnigan England; married Joan 1560.

 

30784. John Moon, born Abt. 1590 in Warrisquidake, Isle of Wright, VA. He was the son of 61568. John Moon. He married 30785. UNKNOWN.

30785. UNKNOWN

Child of John Moon and UNKNOWN is:

15392 i. Abraham Moon, born Abt. 1630 in Gloucester Co VA; married unknown.

 

32048. Edward Doty, born 1598 in St Mary Le Stra, Suffolk, England on the MAYFLOWER PASSENGER LIST; died 1655 in Plymouth Massachusetts!. He married 32049. Faith Clarke 06 Jan 1634 in Plymouth MA.

32049. Faith Clarke, born 1619 in England, on ship Franci; died 1675.

Notes for Edward Doty:

!THE GREAT MIGRATION BEGINS by Robert Charles Anderson, NEHGS planter was a servant to Stephen Hopkins on his arrival to Plymouth fought a duel within months of landing in Plymouth "This incident sent the tone for the next 20 years in which Doty was frequently in court for fighting, slandering, trespass and debt...was defendant in 3 civil suits at the court of 2 Jan 1632/3, all involving hogs; he won one and lost two...fined 10s for breaking the peace and drawing blood from Josias Cooke...found guilty of a "deceitful bargain" over a lot of land..."

Doty, Edward (1598 - 1655)

b. 14 May 1598 in St. Mary Le Stra,Suffolk,England

d. 23 Aug 1655 in Plymouth,Plymouth,MA

!per MAYFLOWER INCREASINGS by Susan Roser Mayflower passenger! Doty/Doten?

 

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1. The surname spelling was Doty as given in "Mayflower Families Through Five Generations", Volume 11, Part 2 Doty. Other spellings are Dotey, Douty, Doten and Doughty. I, Joseph R. L. Jones, am a sixteenth generation from Edward Doty the pilgrim (7th. g-grandfather) and the only spelling I have known is Doughty. One exception was a grand uncle who had a furniture store in Clinton, Indiana who changed his spelling to Doty. I am currently trying to obtain additional information from Albert J. Doty's children.

2. Any information prior to Edward Doty the Pilgrim has not been authenticated.

Children of Edward Doty and Faith Clarke are:

i. Edward Doty, born 1637; married Sarah Faunce 1662 in Plymouth MA; born 1645 in Plymouth Massachusetts!; died 1695 in Plymouth Massachusetts!.

ii. Thomas Doty, born 1640 in Plymouth MA; died 1678 in Plymouth MA; married Mary Churchill.

iii. John Doty, born 1640 in Plymouth MA; died 1701 in Plymouth MA; married (1) Sarah Jones; married (2) Elizabeth Cooke 1667.

iv. Captain Samuel Doty, born 1643; married Sarah Jane Harmon 1678 in Plymouth MA.

v. Desire Doty, born 1646; married (1) William Sherman; married (2) Israel Holmes; married (3) Alexander Standish.

16024 vi. Isaac Doty, born 1648 in Plymouth Massachusetts!; died 1728 in Oyster Bay New York; married Elizabeth England.

vii. Elizabeth Rouse Doty, born 1649; married (1) John Rowse; married (2) Wm Carver.

viii. Joseph Doty, born 30 Apr 1651 in Plymouth MA; died Abt. 1732 in Plymouth MA; married Deborah Ellis in Sandwich, Barnstable, MA; born Abt. 1674.

ix. Mary Doty, born 1653; married Samuel Hatch.

 

32054. Nicholas Bonham, born 1632; died 1684. He married 32055. Hannah Fuller.

32055. Hannah Fuller, born 1635 in MA. She was the daughter of 64110. Samuel Fuller and 64111. Jane Lathrop.

 

Child of Nicholas Bonham and Hannah Fuller is:

16027 i. Elizabeth Bonham, married Esward Slater.

 

32128. William Sellers, born 1637. He married 32129. Sarah Harrison.

32129. Sarah Harrison, born Aft. 1637. She was the daughter of 64258. Josiah Harrison.

Notes for William Sellers:

On September 5, 1714, John Sellers, son of William, and his wife Elizabeth sold land on Seward's Swamp (Isle of Wight County, VA) that had been obtained by John's father William by Deed of Gift from Josiah Harrison (believed to be the father of William's wife, Sarah. The identity of William's wife is not proven.) on December 9, 1684. Since no record exists of William's having transferred this land to John, it is probable (but not certain) that William had died by September, 1714, and that John had acquired the land by inheritance.

Children of William Sellers and Sarah Harrison are:

i. John Sellers, born 1662; died 1737; married Elizabeth.

16064 ii. Mathew Willilam Sellers, born Abt. 1675 in Isle of Wright, Virginia; died Abt. 1740 in NorthHampton North Carolina; married Catherine Jordan.

 

32130. Richard?

Child of Richard? is:

16065 i. Catherine Jordan, born 1678 in Isle of Wight, VA; died 1761; married Mathew Willilam Sellers. Was this Jordan descended from Powhatan?

 

Generation No. 16

52608. John Swete, born Abt. 1530 in Modbury, Devonshire, England. He married 52609. Mary Periam.

52609. Mary Periam, born in Modbury, Devonshire, England.

Children of John Swete and Mary Periam are:

26304 i. Robert Sweet, born 1552 in Hackney, London, England; died in Essex England; married Johanna Rainham 1578 in Rainham, Essex, England.

ii. John Sweet, born 1557 in Roman Catholic Priest banned by Henry III in England; died in France in exile.

iii. Adrian Swete, born 1559; married Judith Mayne.

 

61568. John Moon, born in Isle of Wright.

Child of John Moon is:

30784 i. John Moon, born Abt. 1590 in Warrisquidake, Isle of Wright, VA; married UNKNOWN.

 

64110. Samuel Fuller, born Abt. 1608 in England; died 31 Oct 1683 in Barnstable MA. He was the son of 128220. Edward Fuller and 128221. UNKNOWN. He married 64111. Jane Lathrop 08 Apr 1635 in Scituate.

64111. Jane Lathrop, born Abt. 1614 in Egerton, County Kent, England. She was the daughter of 128222. Reverend John Lathrop and 128223. Hannah Howes.

 

Children of Samuel Fuller and Jane Lathrop are:

i. Samuel Fuller, died 1728 in Plymouth MA; married Mercy Eaton.

ii. Elizabeth Fuller

iii. Sarah Fuller

iv. Mary Fuller

v. Thomas Fuller

vi. John Fuller

32055 vii. Hannah Fuller, born 1635 in MA; married Nicholas Bonham.

 

64258. Josiah Harrison

Child of Josiah Harrison is:

32129 i. Sarah Harrison, born Aft. 1637; married William Sellers.

 

Generation No. 17

128220. Edward Fuller, born Abt. Sep 1575 in Redenhall Parish, Harleston, England, MAYFLOWER FAMILY; was a butcher who died in Leiden MA during the first winter here. He was the son of 256440. Robert Fuller. He married 128221. UNKNOWN.

128221. UNKNOWN, born in Her identity was never found - England; died in Leiden during the first winter here.

 

Children of Edward Fuller and UNKNOWN are:

i. Ann Fuller

ii. Mathew Fuller, born Abt. 1600 in came from England later than the father did.

64110 iii. Samuel Fuller, born Abt. 1608 in England; died 31 Oct 1683 in Barnstable MA; married Jane Lathrop 08 Apr 1635 in Scituate.

 

128222. Reverend John Lathrop He married 128223. Hannah Howes.

128223. Hannah Howes

 

Child of Reverend Lathrop and Hannah Howes is:

64111 i. Jane Lathrop, born Abt. 1614 in Egerton, County Kent, England; married Samuel Fuller 08 Apr 1635 in Scituate.

 

Generation No. 18

256440. Robert Fuller, born in England; died May 1614 in Archdeconry Court, England.

Notes for Robert Fuller:

..: 1 Robert FULLER d: ABT 31 MAY 1614

2 Edward FULLER b: ABT 4 SEP 1575 d: ABT 1621

+ Ann -------(FULLER)

3 Samuel FULLER b: ABT 1608 d: 31 OCT 1683 + Jane LATHROP b: BEF 29 SEP 1614 d: BET 1658 AND 1683

4 Hannah FULLER b: AFT 8 APR 1635 d: AFT 29 OCT 1683

+ Nicholas BONHAM b: 1632 d: 20 JUL 1684

5 Elizabeth BONHAM

+ Edward SLATER

6 Phebe SLATER b: 28 JUL 1693

+ James DOTY b: 17 SEP 1686 d: ABT 1739

7 Benajah DOTY b: ABT 1723 d: BEF 15 NOV 1780

+ Elizabeth FARR b: ABT 1725

8 Ester DOTY b: ABT 1744 d: AFT 27 AUG 1806

+ Eleazor BRACK b: 1727 d: 8 OCT 1801

9 Lavinia 'Elvie' BRACK b: 1763 d: ABT 1844

+ Elijah ANDERSON b: ABT 1750 d: BEF 4 JUL 1807

10 Elijah ANDERSON b: ABT 1799

+ Elizabeth -------(ANDERSON) b: ABT 1819

+ First Wife -------(ANDERSON)

10 Elivie ANDERSON b: 1779

10 Jane ANDERSON b: ABT 1781

10 Ester ANDERSON b: ABT 1782

10 Eleazor ANDERSON b: 1783

10 Rachael ANDERSON b: ABT 1785

10 Rebecca ANDERSON b: ABT 1787

10 Elizabeth ANDERSON b: 1796 d: DEC 1856

+ Alfred SELLERS b: BET 1800 AND 1810 d: BEF 1850

10 Sarah ANDERSON b: ABT 1792

10 Sally ANDERSON

10 Nancy ANDERSON

10 Elisha ANDERSON b: ABT 1775

+ Mary HOLZENDORF

10 Lavina ANDERSON b: ABT 1790

+ William Calvin Jr. SELLERS b: 1790 d: 1848

+ Mills MURPHEE

9 Rachel BRACK b: 1763 d: ABT 1831

+ Francis TRIPPLET b: 1756

+ Williamson CALHOUN

9 Elizabeth BRACK

+ Elisha ANDERSON

10 Elizabeth ANDERSON

8 Faber DOTY

8 Nancy DOTY b: 15 MAY 1753

+ Josiah WARREN b: ABT 1760 d: ABT 1804

8 Samuel DOTY b: ABT 1757

8 Benajah DOTY b: ABT 1759

8 James DOTY b: ABT 1761

+ Elizabeth CHATWIN

7 Mary DOTY b: 23 MAY 1713

7 Elizabeth DOTY b: 12 OCT 1714

7 Esther DOTY b: 4 JAN 1715/16

7 Edward DOTY b: 27 MAY 1718

7 James DOTY b: 19 JAN 1718/19

7 Benjamin DOTY b: 17 MAY 1721

 

Children of Robert Fuller are:

128220 i. Edward Fuller, born Abt. Sep 1575 in Redenhall Parish, Harleston, England, MAYFLOWER FAMILY; was a butcher who died in Leiden MA during the first winter here; married UNKNOWN.

ii. Samuel Fuller, born 1580 in England, Ship Doctor and Deacon; died 1633 in Plymouth Mass, while treating the sick; married (1) Alice Glascock; married (2) Bridget Lee; married (3) Agnes Carpenter 1613 in Leiden MA; born in England.