Compiled, edited, and researched by Robert Louis Daniell, 251 Sukoshi Drive, Callaway, FL 32404; E-mail: roloda@knology.net; Ph: 850.871.6478

Daniell & Ditmore



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Thomas Jefferson BLITCH III and Amanda




Husband Thomas Jefferson BLITCH III

         Born: Abt 1935 - Florida
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         Died: 13 July 2005 - Hillsborough County, Florida
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       Father: Thomas Jefferson BLITCH, Jr. (Abt 1911-      )
       Mother: Essie Mae BURNSIDE (1907-1973) 1


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General Notes: Husband - Thomas Jefferson BLITCH III

Thomas J Blitch, III, born 16 Sep 1935, resided in Lithia, Florida, 1993-1997; Tampa, Florida, 1984-2008. Possible Relatives: Amanda D Blitch. Record Number 25207560. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009,"]

BLITCH, THOMAS JEFFERSON III, 69, of Tampa, died Wednesday (July 13, 2005). He was born in Dade City. He was a lifetime Tampa Bay area resident and had been a lifetime citrus grower and a Baptist by faith. Survivors include his wife, Amanda; and a stepsister, Lydia Blitch, Ga. Stowers Funeral Home, Brandon Chapel. [St. Petersburg Times, Florida, Saturday, July 16, 2005]
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BARTON and Anna




Husband BARTON (details suppressed for this person)

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Wilson C. CHILDERS and Anna




Husband Wilson C. CHILDERS

         Born: 6 July 1886 - Clarendon County, South Carolina
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         Died: 25 June 1921 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried: 26 June 1921 - Elmwood Memorial Gardens, Richland County, South Carolina


       Father: John William CHILDERS (1858-1940)
       Mother: Henrietta P. WHITE (1858-1908) 2


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Wife Anna (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Catherine CHILDERS (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Wilson C. CHILDERS, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M William Parrott CHILDERS (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Wilson C. CHILDERS

Obituary: Wilson C. Childers of College Place died early Saturday morning at 1:30 o'clock after suffering for seven weeks with typhoid fever. Mr. Childers was well known throughout Columbia, as he for several years had been working for the city sanitary department. He was born July 6, 1886, in Clarendon county and in 1913 was married to Mrs. Anna Barton, who, with three children, survives him. The children are Catherine Childers, W. C. Childers, Jr., and William Parrott Childers. his step-son, Michael Lewis Barton, also survives. His father, five sisters and five brothers and other relatives also survive him. Mr. Childers was a member of the Green Street Methodist church. He was a consistent member and was known as a good Christian man, a good husband, a kind and loving father. He was a good neighbor, was always worthy of much praise from all who knew him. He bore his sickness without murmuring.The funeral will be conducted at the home this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock by his pastor, the Rev. R. L. Keaton, interment to follow in Elmwood cemeterry. Woodmen of the World will serve as the pallbearers and will have charge of the burial service. All Woodmen will be expected to meet at the cemetery just before the burial. [The State, Columbia, South Carolina, Sunday, June 26, 1921, Part I, Page 13]
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Ronald B. GRAHAM and Cathy




Husband Ronald B. GRAHAM (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: PFC Robert Few GRAHAM, Jr., USA, WWII (1926-1987)
       Mother: Sarah Louise HARRINGTON (1925-2009)


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Wife Cathy (details suppressed for this person)

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Paul E. GRAHAM and Genie




Husband Paul E. GRAHAM (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: PFC Robert Few GRAHAM, Jr., USA, WWII (1926-1987)
       Mother: Sarah Louise HARRINGTON (1925-2009)


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Wife Genie (details suppressed for this person)

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Robert Few GRAHAM III and Glenda




Husband Robert Few GRAHAM III (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: PFC Robert Few GRAHAM, Jr., USA, WWII (1926-1987)
       Mother: Sarah Louise HARRINGTON (1925-2009)


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Wife Glenda (details suppressed for this person)

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Jerome P. JACKSON and Jayne J.




Husband Jerome P. JACKSON 3

         Born: 6 May 1918 - Baldwin County, Georgia 3
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         Died: 13 November 1986
       Buried:  - Bonaire Cemetery, Houston County, Georgia


       Father: Jerome Powell JACKSON (Abt 1873-      ) 4
       Mother: Inez --?--


     Marriage: 30 April 1942



Wife Jayne J.

         Born: 9 August 1921
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         Died: 8 May 2000
       Buried:  - Bonaire Cemetery, Houston County, Georgia


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General Notes: Husband - Jerome P. JACKSON

Jerome Powell Jackson, age 22, registered for the 1940-1942 draft in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. He was born 6 May 1918 in Milledgeville, Georgia, resided at 554 First St, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia and was unemployed. The person who would always know his address was his aunt, Mrs. Lelia Roberts, same address. [
"Georgia World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1940-1945,"]

Jerome Powell Jackson is buried in Bonaire Cemetery, Bonaire, Houston County, Georgia. A picture of his military headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 8582887:

JEROME POWELL JACKSON
US NAVY
MAY 6 1918 NOV 13 1986

Jerome also shares a tombstone with Jayne J. Jackson.



General Notes: Wife - Jayne J.

Jayne J. , wife of Jerome Powell Jackson, is buried in Bonaire Cemetery, Bonaire, Houston County, Georgia A picture of her headstone, shared with her husband, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 8582892:

JACKSON
JAYNE J.
AUG. 9, 1921
MAY 8, 2000

WED APR. 30, 1942

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Dorman Bruce BISSELL, USA, Vietnam and Joyce




Husband Dorman Bruce BISSELL, USA, Vietnam (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Sherman Wayne BISSELL, USA, WWII (1919-2001)
       Mother: Ruby Erby DANIEL (1918-1980)


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Patrick BUTLER and Kim




Husband Patrick BUTLER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Steven Hightower BUTLER III (Abt 1923-2014)
       Mother: Ann WEBER (Abt 1935-2014)


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Wife Kim (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Patrick W. BUTLER II (details suppressed for this person)

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Pvt Charles Pinckney CLINE, CSA and Mary Elizabeth




Husband Pvt Charles Pinckney CLINE, CSA 5

         Born: December 1843 - York District, South Carolina
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         Died: 11 October 1915 - York County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Laurelwood Cemetery, York County, South Carolina


       Father: Charles S. CLINE (Abt 1806-After 1880) 5
       Mother: Cynthia DANIEL (1803-1862) 6


     Marriage: 18 December 1869



Wife Mary Elizabeth

         Born: 8 August 1853
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General Notes: Husband - Pvt Charles Pinckney CLINE, CSA

Private C. P. Cline served the Confederate States of America in Company E, 17th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry, during the War Between The States. ["United States Civil War Soldiers Index, 1861-1865,"]

Charles Pinckney Cline married Mary Elizabeth ____ on 18 December 1869. From her widow's pension application: Charles Pinkney [sic] Cline enlisted in Company E, 17th S. C. Battalion, under Captain Machan on November 1861 and served until the 9 April 1865, and was discharged on 10 April 1865. He did not desert.

In 1880, C. P. and Mary resided separately.
1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, York County, Catawba; Series: T9 Roll:1243 Page: 458B:
161 161 CLINE C. Pinckney W M 35 S Farmer SC SC SC

1900 U. S. Census, South Carolina, Lancaster County, Flat Creek Twp, Haile Gold Mine Town; Series: T623 Roll: ___ Page: 3B:
62 66 KLINE [sic] C. P. Head W M Dec 1843 56 M 15 NC NC NC Gold mine night-watch
-- Mary Wife W F May 1855 M 15 1 1

C. P. Cline, born in South Carolina, died 11 October 1915 in Rock Hill, York County, South Carolina at "about 74" years of age. He was the son of Charles Cline and Miss Daniel. He was married. Informant was Mary Cline of Rock Hill. She signed the death certificate with her mark, "X". Interment was in Laurelwood Cemetery on 11 October 1915. ["South Carolina, Deaths, 1915-1943," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N9F2-Q35 : accessed 18 Jun 2013), Charles Cline in entry for C. P. Cline, 11 Oct 1915.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 63568579


General Notes: Wife - Mary Elizabeth

Mary EElizabeth Cline filed an Honor Roll Widow Application Under Act of 1919 on 20 October 1919, Class B. In it she swore she was the widow of Charles Pinkney [sic] Cline who enlisted in Company E, 17th S. C. Battalion, under Captain Machan on November 1861 and served until the 9 April 1865, and was discharged on 10 April 1865. I was married to him 18 December 1869. He did not desert the service of the Confederate States not of this State. He died in October 1814 [sic]. Mary said she was 66 years old and resided at Rock Hill, York County, S. C. and have lived there all my life. She had been on the pension roll of South Carolina in Class C-4. Perry Ferguson,company A, 6th S.C. and L. R. Williams, Company E, 17th Regiment attested to the application. Handwritten note on the application, "Died 1922".[http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/ViewImage.aspx?imageNumber=L4611800050a.jpg&recordId=239184]

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Alpheus Allen DANIEL and Myrtle




Husband Alpheus Allen DANIEL 7

          AKA: Dr. Alpheus Allen DANIELS 8
         Born: 28 December 1875 - Louisiana 8
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         Died: 25 February 1934 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Greenwood Cemetery, Rapides Parish, Louisiana


       Father: Lodowick Hill DANIEL (1847-1925) 9
       Mother: Selina O. TARVER (Abt 1845-1898)


     Marriage: Abt 1929

 Other Spouse: Adeline --?-- 8 - Abt 1898 8

 Other Spouse: Irene BERLIN



Wife Myrtle

         Born: Abt 1903 - Louisiana
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General Notes: Husband - Alpheus Allen DANIEL

1900 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Rapides Parish, Wd-9, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 578 Page: 316: Line 78 DANIELS Alpheus Head W M Dec 1874 25 M 2 TX AL AL Physician; -- Adeline Wife W F Apr 1880 20 M 2 0 0 LA Ireland England; BELL, Abinitta(?) Boarder W M Mch 1876 24 S MO LA IL; CROOKS Henrietta Servant W F June 1885 15 S LA LA LA.

1920 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Avoyelles Parish, Effie; Series: T625 Rol: 605 Page: 8A:
105 105 DANIEL Alpheus Head M W 42 M TX TX TX Doctor
-- Pauline Wife F W 30 M LA LA LA
-- Lod Son M W 19 S LA TX LA
-- A. A. Son M W 13 S LA TX LA
-- Joseph Son M W 2 S LA TX LA

1930 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Rapides Parish, Ward 9; Series: T626 Roll: 817 Page: 27B :
278 278 DANIEL Alphouse A. Head 1500 M W 54 M 22 TX AL Unknown Physician General practice
-- Myrtle Wife F W 27 M 26 LA LA LA
-- Katie Dau-in-law F W 32 M 23 LA LA LA
-- Lod Son M W 30 M 21 LA TX LA Carpenter House
-- Joe Son M W 13 S LA TX LA
-- Doris GrDau F W 5 S LA LA LA
-- Evalois [sic] GrDau F W 1 S LA LA LA

Alphies [sic] Allen Daniell [sic] died 25 Feb 1934 in Buckeye, Rapides Parish, Louisiana at age 58. He was born in Louisiana, son of Lod H. Daniell [*] and Salina O. Tarver. Certificate Number 2060. ["Louisiana Deaths Index, 1850-1875, 1894-1959,"]
[*Lodowick Hill Daniel]

Alpheus is buried in Greenwood Memorial Park, Pineville, Rapides Parish, Louisiana.
A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 140771175:

DR. A. A. DANIELL
DEC. 28, 1875
FEB. 25, 1934
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Sumter Davis CORNWELL III and Sandra




Husband Sumter Davis CORNWELL III

         Born: 1941 - York County, South Carolina
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       Buried: 13 August 2013 - Rock Hill Memorial Gardens, York County, South Carolina


       Father: Sumter Davis CORNWELL, Jr. (1917-1996)
       Mother: Ruby EDWARDS (1918-2011)


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1 M David CORNWELL (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Kelly CORNWELL (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Sumter Davis CORNWELL III

Sumpter Davis "Sonny" Cornwell, III, of Rock Hill, is named as his surviving brother in the August 2005 obituary of Richard Edwards Cornwell.

"Sonny" Cornwell is named as a deceased brother in the July 2016 obituary of Barbara Cornwell Loftin.

Sumpter Davis "Sonny" Cornwell, III, is buried in Rock Hill Memorial Gardens, Rock Hill, York County, South Carolina. Find A Grave Memorial# 115370479. The memorial lists his birth in 1941 in York County, South Carolina, and his death on Aug. 10, 2013 in Rock Hill, York County, South Carolina. It presents this obituary:
Sumpter "Sonny" Davis Cornwell, III, 72, of Rock Hill, S.C. passed away Saturday, August 10, 2013. Born in Rock Hill, S.C., Sonny was the son of the late Ruby and Sumpter Cornwell Jr. He was a member of First A.R.P. Church. Sonny was also a member of the Rock Hill Elks Lodge and Moose Lodge. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, Richard Cornwell. He is survived by his loving wife, Sandra Cornwell; two sons, David Cornwell (Terri) and Michael Lockridge (Jodie), both of Rock Hill, S.C.; a daughter, Kelly Cornwell of Rock Hill, S.C.; two sisters, Barbara C. Loflin (Ray) of Rock Hill, S.C. and Becky May (Virgil) of Soddy Daisy, Tenn.; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. A service to celebrate the life of Sonny will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, August 13, 2013, in the chapel of Bass-Cauthen Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Rock Hill Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, August 12, 2013, at Bass-Cauthen Funeral Home and other times at the home of the son, David Cornwell, 4632 McConnells Highway in Rock Hill, S.C. Memorials may be made to First A.R.P. Church, 201 E. White St., Rock Hill, SC 29730 or to Elks National Foundation, 2750 North Lakeview Avenue Chicago, IL 60614-2256. Condolences can be registered online at basscares.com. Bass-Cauthen Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

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Parents:
Sumpter Davis Cornwell (1917 - 1996)
Ruby Edwards Cornwell (1918 - 2011)

Siblings:
Barbara Cornwell Loflin (1938 - 2016)*
Sumpter Davis Cornwell (1941 - 2013)
Richard Edwards Cornwell (1943 - 2005)*


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Willis DANIEL and Sarah




Husband Willis DANIEL

         Born: May 1851 - Louisiana
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         Born: April 1859 - Louisiana
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1 M Jesse Warren DANIEL

         Born: 24 February 1885 - West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana
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       Buried: 14 September 1960 - Star Hill Cemetery, West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana
       Spouse: Irene WADSWORTH
         Marr: Bef 1930



General Notes: Husband - Willis DANIEL

1900 U.S. Census, Louisiana, West Feliciana Parish, Ward 2; Series: T623 Roll: ___ Page: 11B:
222 Wilis DanielHeadM49Louisiana
Sarah DanielWifeF41Louisiana
Emma DanielDaughterF21Louisiana
William DanielSonM19Louisiana
Sarah DanielDaughterF17Louisiana
Jesse DanielSonM15Louisiana
Joseph DanielSonM13Louisiana
Ella DanielDaughterF10Louisiana
Alice DanielDaughterF10Louisiana
Eva DanielDaughterF8Louisiana
Lucil DanielDaughterF5Louisiana
Willie DanielDaughterF2Louisiana
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Clint Paul BISSELL and Sharon




Husband Clint Paul BISSELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Sherman Wayne BISSELL, USA, WWII (1919-2001)
       Mother: Ruby Erby DANIEL (1918-1980)


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Thomas BLUNT and --?--




Husband Thomas BLUNT 10

         Born: Cir 1656 10
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       Father: Richard BLUNT (      -Between 1655/1656) 10
       Mother: Mary --?-- (      -Bef 1680) 10


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Wife --?--

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1 F Elizabeth BLUNT 11

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         Marr: Bef January 1701


2 F Mary BLUNT 12

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       Spouse: John FLOOD 12
         Marr: Bef 1708 12


3 F Ann BLUNT 12

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4 M Thomas BLUNT II 12

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5 M Richard BLUNT 12

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Frederick Henry WHITNEY and A. E. --?--




Husband Frederick Henry WHITNEY 13

         Born: Abt 1815 - Massachusetts 13
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 Other Spouse: Sarah C. ANTHONY 13 - 29 February 1840



Wife A. E. --?-- 15

         Born: Abt 1830 - South Carolina 15
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General Notes: Husband - Frederick Henry WHITNEY

"Frederick H. Whitney, parentage unknown, was born circa 1816, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, and died after 1860. He was a soap and candle manufacturer.
He married, 29 Feb 1840, SC, Sarah C. Anthony, daughter of Captain J. C. Anthony. She was born circa 1815."
(The WHITNEY RESEARCH GROUP, (http://wiki.whitneygen.org/wrg/index.php/Family:Whitney%2C_Frederick_H._%28c1816-a1860%29)

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, Charleston Ward 5;Series: M653 Roll: 1216 Page: 384: 287 332 F. H. WHITNEY 45 M Soap Manufacturer 10,000 7,000 MA; Sarah C. 45 F SC; Henry 17 M SC; Sarah F. 14 F SC; Edward H. 10 M SC; William B. 8 M SC; Jane L. 6 F SC; [next page 385] G. R. WHITNEY 4 M SC John R. 2 M SC.

In 1870, Frederick Henry, "F. H." WHITNEY and his second wife, A. E. WHITNEY, reside in the dwelling of J. R. RENNICK. Their names are sepatated and their Family Nuber is by A. E.'s name.
1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Union County, Goshin hill Twp, Unionville P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1510 Page: 409: 106 125 RENNICK J. R. 42 M W Farmer 13,000 7651 SC; WHITNEY F. H. 48 M W Farmer SC; McGRAND Stark 20 M W Laborer SC; -- Berring 22 M W Laborer SC;
--- 126 WHITNEY A. E. 40 F W Keeping house SC; -- Edmond 22 M W Laborer SC; -- William 19 M W Laborer SC; -- Irin [sic] 17 M [sic] W Laborer SC; -- George 14 M W At home SC; -- Arthur 11 M W At home SC; -- RENNICK James 20 M W Laborer.

Frederick died before the 1880 census when his widow A. E WHITNEY is listed with two of her step-children in Newberry County, South Carolina.


General Notes: Wife - A. E. --?--

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Newberry County, Maybinton; Series: T9 Roll: 1236 Page: 74:
180 183 WHITNEY A. E. W F 48 Wd Keeping house SC SC SC; -- I. L. W F 24 StepDau S At home SC SC SC; -- Jno Arthur W M 27 StepSon S Farming SC SC SC; CROOKS Mary M F 25 Servant M Works in house SC SC SC; -- Walter B M 24 Servant M Works on farm SC SC SC; KELLY E___ B M 27 Servant M Works on farm SC SC SC; -- Ann B F 20 Servant - Works on farm SC SC SC; WILLIAMS Jim M M 4 SC SC SC.
Next door, a step-son:
179 182 WHITNEY Edward H. W M 32 S Farmer MA SC SC.
Four dwellings away at 176 178 is another step-son, Wm B. WHITNEY 29 and family.
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J. J. DUNLAP and A. M. H. --?--




Husband J. J. DUNLAP 16

         Born: Abt 1809 - South Carolina 16
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Wife A. M. H. --?-- 16

         Born: Abt 1814 - South Carolina 16
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1 M William H. DUNLAP 16

         Born: Abt 1833 - South Carolina 16
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2 M David DUNLAP 16

         Born: Abt 1837 - South Carolina 16
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3 F Mary E. DUNLAP 16,17

          AKA: A. E. PERRYMAN
         Born: Abt 1840 - South Carolina 16
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       Spouse: William D. PERRYMAN 18,19
         Marr: 21 January 1858 - Clark County, Mississippi 20



General Notes: Husband - J. J. DUNLAP

"United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M8QJ-14Z : accessed 03 Nov 2014), J J Dunlap, Kershaw county, part of, Kershaw, South Carolina, United States; citing family 823, NARA microfilm publication M432. Household ID: 823 , Line Number: 42 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: M432 , Affiliate Film Number: 854 , GS Film Number: 444817 , Digital Folder Number: 004205407 , Image Number: 00249
823 823 J. J. DUNLAP 41 M Farmer 1500 SC
A. A. DUNLAP 36 F SC
M. A. E. DUNLAP 18 F SC
Sam'l J. DUNLAP 16 M SC
Wm DUNLAP 14 M SC
David DUNLAP 12 M SC
Mary E. DUNLAP 10 F SC
[J. J. Dunlap operated a hotel. 18 others listed.]

1860 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Clarke County, Pearces Springs; Series: M653 Roll: 580 Page: 673: 585 585 J. J. DUNLAP 50 M W Farmer 23.000 48,190 SC; A. M. (double lined through) H. " 45 F W SC; A. E. PEREMAN 19 F W SC; E. L. DUNLAP 10/12 F W MS; W. H. " 26 M W SC; David " 21 M W SC.

1870 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Clarke County, 1-Dist, Quitman P O; Series: M593 Roll: 726 Page: 666: 14 14 DUNLAP Jane (sic) J. 62 M W Clerk in store 150 --- SC (Father of foreign birth); MILLER Mary 60 F B Domestic Sertv. SC (Father of foreign birth).

1880 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Clarke County, 1-Dist; Series: T9 Roll: 644 Page: 26: Line 41 DUNLAP J. J. W M 71 M Farmer SC Ireland SC; -- Ella W F 38 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; EVANS Newton(?) W M 18 Step-son S Farmer AL AL SC; -- Eugenia W F Step-Dau At home AL AL SC.
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George Chisolm MACKAY and Abigail Martha --?--




Husband George Chisolm MACKAY 21

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Wife Abigail Martha --?-- 21

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1 M William Archibald MACKAY 21,22,23

         Born: 20 May 1838 - South Carolina 21,24
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         Died: 17 April 1918 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina 21
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       Spouse: Mary Claudia SALLEY 23,25,26
         Marr: 29 December 1865 21



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Andrew DENHAM and Adaline --?--




Husband Andrew DENHAM 27

         Born: Abt 1809 - Scotland 27
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     Marriage: Bef 1836



Wife Adaline --?-- 28

         Born: Abt 1818 - Baltimore County, Maryland 28
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1 F Jane DENHAM 28

         Born: Abt 1838 - Florida 28
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2 M Andrew DENHAM 28

         Born: Abt 1840 - Florida 28
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3 F Eliza DENHAM 28

         Born: Abt 1842 - Florida 28
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4 M William DENHAM 28

         Born: Abt 1844 - Florida 28
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5 F Adaline DENHAM 28

         Born: Abt 1848 - Florida 28
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6 F Mary DENHAM 27,29,30

         Born: 29 September 1851 - Florida 31
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         Died: 8 August 1922 - Jefferson County, Florida 31
       Buried:  - Roseland Cemetery
       Spouse: Pvt. Benjamin Waring PARTRIDGE, CSA 32,33
         Marr: Abt 1872


7 F Sarah Catherine DENHAM 27,28

         Born: Abt 1854 - Florida 27
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8 F Caroline O. DENHAM 27

         Born: Abt 1856 - Florida 27
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



9 F Pamelia DENHAM 28

         Born: Abt 1858 - Florida 27
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Andrew DENHAM

1860 U.S. Census, Florida, Leon County, Tallahassee P O; Series: M653 Roll: 108 Page: 7: 53 53 Andrew DENHAM 52 M Clerk 1000 1000 Scotland; Adaline " 42 F Baltimore, MD; Jane " 22 F FL; Andrew " 20 M FL; Eliza " 18 F FL; William " 16 M FL; Adaline " 12 F FL; Mary " 10 F FL; Catherine " 6 F FL; Caroline " 4 F FL; Pamilia " 2 F FL

1870 U.S. Census, Florida, Wakulla County, Newport District, St. Marks P O; Series: M593 Roll: 133 Page: 762: 34 20 DENHAM Andrew 61 M W Railroad agent 1000 500 Scotland; -- Adaline 52 F W Keeping house MD; -- Mary 18 F W At home FL; -- Sarah C. 16 F W At home FL; -- Caroline O. 14 F W At home FL; -- Vannelia [sic, Pamelia] 12 F W At home FL.


General Notes: Wife - Adaline --?--

1900 U.S. Census, Florida Jefferson County, Montecello; Series: T623 Roll: 171 Page: 92: 255 261 DENHAM Adaline Head W F Dec 1818 82 Wd - 10 7 MD Germany MD; -- Caroline O. Dau W F Apr 1856 44 S FL Scotland MD School teacher; -- Pamela Dau W F Apr 1858 42 S FL Scotland MD.
Next door is Adaline's daughter Mary PARTRIDGE and family with two other of Adaline's unmarried daughters, Caroline and Pamelia.

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Alford ROBERTS and Adaline --?--




Husband Alford ROBERTS 34

         Born: Abt 1841 - New York 34
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1867



Wife Adaline --?-- 34

         Born: February 1846 - New York 35
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: EICHELBERGER 35 - After 1880


Children
1 F Inez ROBERTS 34,35

         Born: March 1875 - Illinois 35
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Charles A. SOUTHWOOD 36
         Marr: Abt 1898



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EICHELBERGER and Adaline --?--




Husband EICHELBERGER 35

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 June 1900 35
       Buried: 
     Marriage: After 1880



Wife Adaline --?-- 34

         Born: February 1846 - New York 35
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Alford ROBERTS 34 - Abt 1867


Children

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Louis Clarence BARRINGER and Adela --?--




Husband Louis Clarence BARRINGER 37,38

         Born: Abt 1892 - Texas 37
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Wilson B. BARRINGER (Abt 1856-After 1919) 37
       Mother: Cordelia --?-- (Abt 1866-Bef 1920) 37


     Marriage: Abt 1917



Wife Adela --?-- 38

         Born: 1897 - Arizona 38
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

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Gerald Valley PRICE, Sr. and Adele L. --?--




Husband Gerald Valley PRICE, Sr. (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Adele L. --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Gerald Valley PRICE, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Amelda CHADWICK 39



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Henry F. KAMMER and Adeline --?--




Husband Henry F. KAMMER

         Born: Cir 1830 - Germany 40
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1867



Wife Adeline --?-- 40

         Born: 17 February 1830 - Germany 41
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 August 1913 - Barnwell County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Blackville City Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina


Children
1 M John C. KAMMER 40

         Born: 24 May 1867 - North Carolina 40
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 August 1943 - Barnwell County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Blackville City Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Nancy Elizabeth LOTT 40,42
         Marr: Abt 1890



General Notes: Wife - Adeline --?--

Adeline immigrated to the United States from Germany in 1860.

"Kammer, Adeline Fhsowan 2-17-1830 8-9-1913 wife of Henry F. Kammer"
(Blackville City Cemetery Index, http://www.rootsweb.com/~scbarnwe/CemWeb/blackcemkz.htm)

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Alpheus Allen DANIEL and Adeline --?--




Husband Alpheus Allen DANIEL 7

          AKA: Dr. Alpheus Allen DANIELS 8
         Born: 28 December 1875 - Louisiana 8
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 February 1934 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Greenwood Cemetery, Rapides Parish, Louisiana


       Father: Lodowick Hill DANIEL (1847-1925) 9
       Mother: Selina O. TARVER (Abt 1845-1898)


     Marriage: Abt 1898 8

 Other Spouse: Irene BERLIN

 Other Spouse: Myrtle - Abt 1929



Wife Adeline --?-- 8

         Born: April 1880 - Louisiana 8
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Lodewic Draper DANIEL 43

          AKA: Lod D. DANIELS
         Born: 18 July 1900 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 July 1983 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana 43
       Buried:  - Longview Cemetery, Rapides Parish, Louisiana
       Spouse: Katie RYDER 43
         Marr: 4 December 1920 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana


2 M Alpheus Allen DANIEL, Jr.

         Born: 1906 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 November 1925 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Alexandria National Cemetery, Rapides Parish, Louisiana



3 M Joseph DANIEL

         Born: 1917 - Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Alpheus Allen DANIEL

1900 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Rapides Parish, Wd-9, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 578 Page: 316: Line 78 DANIELS Alpheus Head W M Dec 1874 25 M 2 TX AL AL Physician; -- Adeline Wife W F Apr 1880 20 M 2 0 0 LA Ireland England; BELL, Abinitta(?) Boarder W M Mch 1876 24 S MO LA IL; CROOKS Henrietta Servant W F June 1885 15 S LA LA LA.

1920 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Avoyelles Parish, Effie; Series: T625 Rol: 605 Page: 8A:
105 105 DANIEL Alpheus Head M W 42 M TX TX TX Doctor
-- Pauline Wife F W 30 M LA LA LA
-- Lod Son M W 19 S LA TX LA
-- A. A. Son M W 13 S LA TX LA
-- Joseph Son M W 2 S LA TX LA

1930 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Rapides Parish, Ward 9; Series: T626 Roll: 817 Page: 27B :
278 278 DANIEL Alphouse A. Head 1500 M W 54 M 22 TX AL Unknown Physician General practice
-- Myrtle Wife F W 27 M 26 LA LA LA
-- Katie Dau-in-law F W 32 M 23 LA LA LA
-- Lod Son M W 30 M 21 LA TX LA Carpenter House
-- Joe Son M W 13 S LA TX LA
-- Doris GrDau F W 5 S LA LA LA
-- Evalois [sic] GrDau F W 1 S LA LA LA

Alphies [sic] Allen Daniell [sic] died 25 Feb 1934 in Buckeye, Rapides Parish, Louisiana at age 58. He was born in Louisiana, son of Lod H. Daniell [*] and Salina O. Tarver. Certificate Number 2060. ["Louisiana Deaths Index, 1850-1875, 1894-1959,"]
[*Lodowick Hill Daniel]

Alpheus is buried in Greenwood Memorial Park, Pineville, Rapides Parish, Louisiana.
A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 140771175:

DR. A. A. DANIELL
DEC. 28, 1875
FEB. 25, 1934
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Thomas WASHINGTON I and Agnes --?--




Husband Thomas WASHINGTON I 44

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 27 January 1749 - Brunswick County, Virginia 44
       Buried: 


       Father: Richard WASHINGTON (Cir 1659-Between 1724/1725) 45,46
       Mother: Elizabeth JORDAN (      -Bef 1735) 46


     Marriage: 



Wife Agnes --?-- 47

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Thomas BRIGGS 48 - Abt 1753


Children
1 F Lucy WASHINGTON 45

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: George CLEMENTS 45,49


2 M Thomas WASHINGTON II 44

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 6 December 1774 - Brunswick County, Virginia 44
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah GRAY 44
         Marr: After 1758 44



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Thomas BRIGGS and Agnes --?--




Husband Thomas BRIGGS 48

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 1776 48
       Buried: 


       Father: Samuel BRIGGS (Abt 1672-Between 1736/1737) 50
       Mother: Mary BAILEY (      -After 1752) 50


     Marriage: Abt 1753

 Other Spouse: Frances --?-- 48



Wife Agnes --?-- 47

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Thomas WASHINGTON I 44


Children

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James ADAMS and Agnes --?--




Husband James ADAMS 51

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1750



Wife Agnes --?-- 51

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Joel ADAMS, Sr., RS-SC 51

         Born: 4 February 1750 - Culpeper County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 July 1830 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - St. John's Episcopal Church Cemetery
       Spouse: Grace WESTON 51
         Marr: 28 December 1773



Notes: Marriage

Based on birth of son Joel ADAMS.
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Homer J. OLIPHANT and Agnes --?--




Husband Homer J. OLIPHANT 52

         Born: July 1868 - Texas 52
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1896



Wife Agnes --?-- 52

         Born: August 1870 - Georgia 52
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Homer J. OLIPHANT

Homer J. OLIPHANT is named in the 1900 census of Bibb County, Georgia as a "Partner" of Lenoir M. ERWIN, son of Dr. Willian Robinson ERWIN and Julia Caroline ROBERTS, living either with or next door to Lenoir.
1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Bibb County, 1-Wd Macon; Series: T623 Roll: 180 Page: 125:
1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Bibb County, Macon, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 180 Page: 124:
Line 98 ERWIN Lenoir M. Head W M Dec 1849 50 M 20 SC SC SC _________;
-- Helen Wife W F Jan 1860 40 M 20 3 3 GA NY NY;
-- Meta Dau W F July 1880 19 S GA SC GA;
(cont'd page 125)
Erwin Helen Dau W F June 1882 17 S GA SC GA;
-- Louise Dau W F Feby 188 12 S GA SC GA;
WOODWARD Ida Sister W F Feby 1852 48 W SC SC SC;
-- Daisy Niece W F Aug 1883 16 S GA SC SC;
-- Ida L. Niece W F Dec 1885 14 S GA SC SC;
-- Erwin Nephew W M Aug 1887 12 S GA SC SC;
OLIPHANT Homer J. Partner W M July 1868 M 3 TX Un Un (Un = Unknown?);
-- Agnes Wife W F Aug 1870 29 M 3 1 0 GA Germany Ireland.

QUESTION: Was Homer J. OLIPHANT above the John H., son of S. H. and Asbriella OLIPHANT?
1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Sabine County, Hemphill; Series: M593 Roll: 1604 Page: 6: 88 88 OLIPHANT S. H. 26 M W Farmer 2000 259 TX; -- Asbriella E. 23 F W Keeping house MS; -- Martha J. 2 F W TX; -- John H. 1 M W TX; Missouri BUSKY 13 F B Servant TX.
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John SPURGEON and Alice --?--




Husband John SPURGEON 53

         Born: Abt 1856 - Illinois 53
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Israel SPURGEON (1828-1895) 53
       Mother: Elizabeth Mary MARSHALL (Abt 1833-      ) 53


     Marriage: Abt 1878



Wife Alice --?-- 54

         Born: Abt 1859 - Illinois 54
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Walter SPURGEON 54

         Born: Abt 1879 - Warren County, Illinois 54
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John SPURGEON

1880 U.S. Census, Illinois, Warren County, Greenbush; Series: T9 Roll: 256 Page: 158: 121 122 SPURGIN John W M 24 M Farmer IL KY OH; -- Alice W F 21 Wife M Keeps house IL IL IL; -- Walter W M 1 Son IL IL IL. John's parents, Israel and Elizabeth SPURGEON (SPURGIN) also live in Warren County.
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THOMSON and Alice --?--




Husband THOMSON 55

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William H. THOMSON (Abt 1816-Bef 1900) 55,56
       Mother: Adeline Elizabeth RICE (1825-1914) 55,56


     Marriage: 



Wife Alice --?-- 55

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - THOMSON

This "Son" may be Arthur.
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James Gardiner LAWRENCE and Alice Gilman --?--




Husband James Gardiner LAWRENCE

         Born: 1 May 1836 - Onondaga County, New York
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Gardner LAWRENCE (1795-1851)
       Mother: Maria COSSITT (1797-1869)


     Marriage: Bef 1875



Wife Alice Gilman --?--

         Born: 31 March 1852 - Hartford County, Connecticut
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M William Hamilton LAWRENCE 57,58

         Born: 24 February 1875 - Greenfield, Minnesota 58
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Frances Daniel CARY 57
         Marr: 16 October 1912 - Baltimore, Maryland



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Claude H. SEABOOK, Sr. and Alice J. --?--




Husband Claude H. SEABOOK, Sr. 59

         Born: Abt 1858 - South Carolina 59
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1877



Wife Alice J. --?-- 59

         Born: Abt 1859 - South Carolina 59
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Claude H. SEABOOK, Jr. 59

         Born: Abt 1880 - South Carolina 59
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Julia Vaughn FRIERSON 60
         Marr: Abt 1906



General Notes: Husband - Claude H. SEABOOK, Sr.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, 1-Wd Charleston; Series: T624 Roll: 1452 Page: 7: 95 84 227 SEABROOK Claude H. Jr. Head M W 30 M1 4 SC SC SC Bookkeeper Cement Co.; -- Julia F. Wife F W 30 M1 4 2 2 SC SC SC; -- Julia F. Dau F W 2 S SC SC SC; -- Elizabeth H. Dau 1/12 S SC SC SC; FRIERSON John T. Father-in-law M W 57 M1 35 SC SC SC Salesman Dry goods; -- Elizabeth V. Mother-in-law F W 57 M1 35 2 2 SC SC SC;
228 SEABROOK Claude H. Sr. Head M W 52 M1 33 SC SC SC Commercial traveler Fertilizer; -- Alice J. Wife F W 51 M1 33 5 4 SC SC SC; -- William J. Son M W 28 M1 3 SC SC SC Bookkeeper Wholesale Hat Co.; -- Perey(?) Son M W 23 S SC SC SC Clerk Insurance office.
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Richard Brandner DUNN, USA, WWII and Alice Jane --?--




Husband Richard Brandner DUNN, USA, WWII

         Born: 14 December 1927 - Baltimore County, Maryland
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 September 2005 - Dona Ana County, New Mexico
       Buried: 


       Father: Halbert Louis DUNN, M.D. (1896-1975)
       Mother: Katherine BRANDER (1898-1980)


     Marriage: Abt 1950



Wife Alice Jane --?--

         Born: 1 October 1927 - Saint Louis County, Minnesota
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 August 2013 - Dona Ana County, New Mexico
     Cremated: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Richard Brandner DUNN, USA, WWII

On 12 Apr 1946 at Fort Snelling, Minnesota, Richard B Dun [sic, born 1927 in Maryland, enlisted as a private for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law. He was single, without dependants, and had two years of college. His serial number was 37897008. ["United States World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K8PL-9LZ : accessed 02 Jun 2014), Richard B Dun, enlisted 12 Apr 1946, Ft Snelling, Minnesota, United States; citing "Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, ca. 1938-1946," database, The National Archives: Access to Archival Databases (AAD) (http://aad.archives.gov : National Archives and Records Administration, 2002).]

Obituary: Dr. Richard B. Dunn, 77, died of a heart attack at his home on Sept. 28, 2005. He is survived by his wife Alice of 54 years, his brother Bob and family of Portland, OR and many nieces and nephews. He was born in Baltimore, Md. but spent most of his boyhood in Minneapolis, MN. He served in the U.S. Army at the end of W.W.II. He earned a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering and Master's in Astronomy at the University of Minnesota and a Doctorate in Astrophysics at Harvard University.
Dick spent all of his professional career, beginning in 1953, at Sacramento Peak Observatory (now National Solar Observatory), Sunspot, NM, first as a civilian employee of the U. S. Air Force, for several years as acting director, and then as a senior scientist with the National Optical Astronomical Observatories at NSO Sunspot. His expertise was in the design of sophisticated state-of-the-art optical instruments for observation of the sun. For the Air Force he designed and supervised installation of the Solar Optical Observing Network (SOON), a global network of small solar telescopes. His major contribution was the design and project coordination of the Sac Peak Vacuum Tower Telescope, which was renamed the Richard B. Dunn Solar Telescope in his honor. In 1998, Dick was awarded the George Ellery Hale Prize by the Solar Physics Division of the American Astronomical Society "S caron›for his bold and imaginative innovation of instrumentation for solar physics ...and the impact of his contributions on solar physicists worldwide." After official retirement in 1998, he continued to commute to Sac Peak 3 days a week, working as an "emeritus scientist" until ill health confined him to a wheelchair in 2002.
Dick had wide-ranging interests. He loved sail boating, hurdy-gurdies, carousels, music, and handcrafting objects in his garage shop. The Dunns lived in Sunspot for 23 years and moved to Las Cruces in l976. Dick helped organize the first subscription-series drive for the Las Cruces Symphony and, with Maestra Marianna Gabbi, organized and helped supervise the first few Summer String Workshops for young musicians.
Many people in the Las Cruces area knew Dick, if not by name, as the Farmer's Market organ grinder. Weather and health permitting, he appeared every Saturday morning at the downtown mall with his Belgian street organ, his toy monkey "Hairy," his wife, and one of his ingenious and enchanting "Bank Notes" - musical toys of his own invention, loved by children of all ages. Dick was a witty man of infectious enthusiasm and creative imagination, and will be missed by all who knew him.
Arrangements for a memorial service at Sunspot are pending. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to National Parkinson Foundation, 1501 N. W. 9th Avenue/Bob Hope Road, Miami, Fl., 33136, or the Las Cruces Symphony Association. [The Las Cruces Sun-News, New Mexico, Thursday, October 6, 2005, Pages 6 and 12A]

From the Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, v.39, no. 4, p.1056:
Dr. Richard B. Dunn, astronomer emeritus at the National Solar Observatory, died of a heart attack on September 29, 2005. He was recognized as one of the foremost experimental solar physicists. His innovative designs for telescopes and instruments led to many important discoveries in solar physics.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1927 and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Dick's parents were Dr. Halbert L. Dunn and Katherine Brandner. Halbert (MD, Ph.D., F.A.P.H.A.) was an physician who became Chief of the National Office of Vital Statistics, Public Health Service. He published a paper "High Level Wellness for Man and Society" that became the founding paper of the field of wellness health care. After their divorce in 1942, Katherine moved to New York and became a social worker. Dick had two older brothers who died before him, Halbert (born in 1921, who became a civil engineer) and Robert (born in 1924, who became an architect).
Dick earned a BS in mechanical engineering and an MS in astronomy at the University of Minnesota. At the end of World War II he served in the United States Army in Japan. For his master's degree, Dick undertook the design and construction of a Lyot-type birefringent filter for observations of solar prominences. This early work led to his acceptance at Harvard, where Professor Donald Menzel encouraged him to continue his work with the 15-inch Cambridge telescope.
In 1951 he conducted part of his doctoral thesis work at the fledgling Sacramento Peak Observatory in southern New Mexico. The observatory director, Dr. John Evans, was impressed with Dick's outstanding instrumental talents and invited him to join as one of the first scientific staff members. During his first few years at Sac Peak, Dick developed two more birefringent filter systems including one with an integrated coronagraph. With this system, he produced the best prominence and spicule observations ever obtained.
Dick's career was dedicated to obtaining solar observations of the highest possible spatial resolution, having unparalleled quality that would reveal the underlying physics. Only by studying the small magnetic structures near the surface, he thought, could we understand such phenomena as the solar flares that periodically disturb the Earth. Many of his instruments were designed with this aim in mind and he was proven correct in the end.
Preeminent in Dick's achievements is the design concept for the Vacuum Tower Telescope, which was commissioned in 1969. It is a completely novel telescope that incorporates several daring engineering concepts. It was the first tower telescope with an evacuated light path, to eliminate internal seeing. It was one of the first to utilize an alt-azimuth mount, under computer control. Upon his retirement in 1998, the telescope was rededicated in his honor as the Richard B. Dunn Solar Telescope (DST).
In the DST, Dick pioneered the concept of the telescope as an integrated observing system; it was the first to incorporate telescope guidance and control and digital data recording operations in a single computer control system. Dick appreciated the advantages of such computer control a decade before the astronomical community generally accepted these concepts. His innovations led the way to similar advances in astronomy as a whole.
The DST achieved Dick's aim of providing high-resolution solar images and great flexibility in combining analyzing instruments. The DST continued as the preeminent high-resolution solar telescope in the world for the next three decades and remains a powerful and versatile system that allows simultaneous measurements using multiple cameras to record high-resolution imaging of solar features and activity, as well as high-sensitivity spectral, polarimetric and other kinds of data, and now incorporates a very effective adaptive optical system.
Another of Dick's major projects was the design of a U.S. Air Force network of solar telescopes. These five identical systems were deployed around the world to give continuous monitoring of solar activity. He was involved with many other instruments, projects and systems. Notable among these was the design of an early solar space telescope and pioneering work in solar adaptive optics.
Dick made several important discoveries with his novel instruments. His early narrow-band filter observations with the DST showed that solar spicules cover only a small area of the solar surface and reside mainly on the super-granule network. He discovered that photospheric magnetic fields emerge in kilogauss strength from sub-arcsecond "filigree."
Dick gained an international reputation for his design expertise and his willingness to help other astronomers. His advice and direct help were eagerly sought, and freely given. One can hardly visit any solar observatory in the world without hearing,"Yes, that was a Dick Dunn design." He was awarded the Hale Prize by the Solar Physics Division of the American Astronomical Society in 1998, "For his bold and imaginative innovation of instrumentation for solar physics, his discovery of important new phenomena on the Sun, and the impact of his contributions on solar physicists worldwide."
But Dick's life and work at the observatory constitute far more than simply that of a skilled experimenter who carried out new kinds of groundbreaking observations with his special instruments. He was the embodiment of those rare individuals with scientific instrumental skills who generate totally new types of systems, their work marked by extremely clever, creative and innovative ideas. In Dick's case, this profile was coupled with the ability to apply enormous energy, patience, commitment and enthusiasm to any instrumental challenge. Over the years his contributions advanced the careers of a whole generation of solar astronomers.
Dick died in his home in Las Cruces, New Mexico, after a long fight with Parkinson disease. Dick is survived by his wife of 55 years, Alice Dunn. Alice was very involved in music and had a beautiful voice. She did Russian translations, worked with the blind (which got Dick interested in developing the translator and printer mentioned below, and remains highly involved in the music scene in Las Cruces.
Dick was a person of many talents and interests, including music, sculpture and sailing, and for example, worked hard to develop an automated Braille translator and Braille printer. He was fascinated with renaissance musical instruments, acquiring a substantial collection, which he later donated to the El Paso Symphony Orchestra. He achieved much enjoyment from his hurdy-gurdy, happily entertaining anyone within earshot! Dick built several musical banks that would play elaborate tunes when a coin was inserted. The coin then rolled along ramps, striking a note each time it fell to the next level, with the length of the ramps determining the timing between notes.


General Notes: Wife - Alice Jane --?--

Alice B. Dunn resided in Las Cruces, New Mexico from 1989-2008. Possible Relatives Richard B Dunn. Record Number 126625464. ["United States Public Records," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KRKG-R41 : accessed 02 Jun 2014), Alice B Dunn, Residence, Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States; from a third party aggregator of publicly available information]

Obituary: Alice Jane "AJ" Dunn, as her nieces and nephews knew her, passed away peacefully after a very short illness on Sunday, Aug. 18, 2013. Her husband Richard Dunn preceded her in death. She is survived by her nieces Carolyn Anderson, Barbara Andrews and Katherine Dunn and her nephews, Jim Biggam, Russell Biggam and John Dunn. Born in Duluth, Minn. on Oct. 1, 1927, AJ graduated from the University of Minnesota with a bachelor's degree in fine arts and a master's degree in library science. While at the University, AJ met and married Richard Dunn. They spent more than 20 years living in Sacramento Peak, N.M., where Richard designed, built, and operated a unique vertical-axis solar telescope. Upon Richard's retirement at Sacramento Peak, AJ's love of music prompted them to move to Las Cruces, where she participated in the Las Cruces Symphony playing the cello and Richard worked as treasurer. AJ was very proficient in Brailing and won an award for translating musical scores for the blind. AJ will be sorely missed for her sense of humor and wise counsel. At her request cremation will take place and no services are scheduled at this time. Entrusted to the care of Baca's Funeral Chapels and Sunset Crematory, 300 E. Boutz Road, Las Cruces. 527-2222. [Las Cruces Sun-News, New Mexico, Tuesday, August 20, 2013]

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Charles E. BUCHANAN and Alice L. --?--




Husband Charles E. BUCHANAN 61

         Born: Abt 1868 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1902



Wife Alice L. --?-- 61

         Born: Abt 1880 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Andrew BUCHANAN 61

         Born: Abt 1897 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elgie DANIEL
         Marr: 20 January 1918 - Heard County, Georgia


2 F Nellie Elizabeth BUCHANAN 62

         Born: 26 November 1900 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 February 1967 - Munford, Talladega County, Alabama
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Alonza David DANIEL 63
         Marr: Abt 1919


3 F Mary BUCHANAN 61

         Born: Abt 1904
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M Leroy R BUCHANAN 61

         Born: Abt 1909
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M Docky J. BUCHANAN 61

         Born: Abt 1914
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 M Frankie M. BUCHANAN (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Charles E. BUCHANAN

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Carroll County, Laurel Hill P O, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 113 Page: 465: 85 85 James BUCHANAN 32 M W Farmer --- 200 GA; Martha A. " 30 F W GA; John R. " 12 M W GA; Martha V. " F W GA; Rufus O. " 8 M W GA; Amanda " 2 F W GA.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Carroll County, Bowden P O, 1 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 139 Page: 208: 1087 1087 BUCHANAN James 44 M W Farmer 150 100 GA; -- Mary 26 F W Keeping house GA; -- Rufus 15 M W Works on farm GA; -- Luluh 11 F W At home GA; -- Charles 2 M W GA; -- David 4/12 M W GA Mar. (Note: Mary, 26, appears to be the second wife of James Buchanan. Martha, 30, mother of the children in the 1860 census, including Rufus 15, and possibly Luluh 11, here. The age gap between Lulah and Charles, about 9 years also lends credence to this thought. RLD)

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Carroll County, District 1310, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 137 Page: 101 (Family History Library Film 1254137 NA Film Number T9-0137 Page Number 101C, page verified. RLD) Line 1 Isaiah FARMER Self M Male W 70 GA Farming GA GA; Elizabeth FARMER Wife M Female W 66 GA Housekeeping GA GA; May BUCKHANNAN Dau D Female W 37 GA Keeping House GA GA; Charie C. BUCKHANNAN GrSon S Male W 12 GA At Home GA GA; David C. BUCKHANNAN GrSon S Male W 10 GA At Home GA GA; Francis N. BUCKHANNAN GrSon S Male W 8 GA GA GA . ("May" definitely looks like she should be Mary. RLD)

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Heard County, Franklin, as of 1 Jan 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 262 Page: 218: Fm 120 122 BUCHANON Charles Head R M W 52 M GA GA GA Farmer; -- Alice Wife F W 44 M GA GA GA; -- Mary Dau F W 16 S GA GA GA; -- Leroy Son M W 12 S GA GA GA; -- Dock Son M W 8 S GA GA GA; -- Frank M Son M W 6 S GA GA GA. Next door is son Andrew BUCHANON, 23, and wife, "Clgire" (Claire?, a loop at the bottom of the a?), 17. Next to Andrew is "Lud (as indexed at Heritage Quest) BUCHHANON (sic)", 21, with wife, Pearl, 18. Another son?

1930 U.S. Census, Heard County, Franklin City, Militia District 788; Series: T626 Roll: 369 Page: 187: BUCHANON Charles E Head M W 55 M 22 GA GA GA Laborer Saw Mill; -- Alice L Wife F W 50 M 17 GA GA GA; -- Leroy R Son M W 21 S GA GA GA Laborer Saw Mill; -- Docky J Son M W 16 S GA GA GA Laborer Saw Mill; -- Frankie M Son M W 14 S GA GA GA Laborer Saw Mill.
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B. Pressly BARRON and Alice W. C. --?--




Husband B. Pressly BARRON 64

         Born: Abt 1841 - South Carolina 64
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     Marriage: Abt 1870



Wife Alice W. C. --?-- 64

         Born: Abt 1849 - South Carolina 64
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Children
1 F Lucy BARRON 64

         Born: Abt 1871 - South Carolina 64
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2 M Clarendon BARRON 64

         Born: Abt 1873 - South Carolina 64
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3 M Archibald I. BARRON 65,66

         Born: Abt 1875 - South Carolina 64
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       Spouse: Mary A. SALLEY 25,66,67
         Marr: Abt 1906


4 M Edward W. BARRON 64

         Born: Abt 1877 - South Carolina 64
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5 M Frank E. BARRON 64

         Born: Abt 1879 - South Carolina 64
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General Notes: Husband - B. Pressly BARRON

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Clarendon County, Manning; Series: T9 Roll: 1225 Page: 91:
175 185 BARRON B. Pressley W M 39 Attorney-at-law M SC SC SC;
-- Alice W. C. W F 31 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC;
-- Lucy W F 9 Dau S SC SC SC;
-- Clarendon W M 7 Son S SC SC SC;
-- Archibald I. W M 5 Son S SC SC SC;
-- Edward W. W M 3 Son S SC SC SC;
-- Frank E. W M 1 Son S SC SC SC.
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Edwin H. BRENT and Alie C. --?--




Husband Edwin H. BRENT 68

         Born: March 1875 - Virginia 69
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       Father: Henry Moore BRENT, Jr. (1844-Bef 1910) 70
       Mother: Ella R. --?-- (1847-After 1920) 68


     Marriage: Abt 1904



Wife Alie C. --?-- 71

         Born: Abt 1879 - Alabama 71
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Children
1 F Elizabeth BRENT 71

         Born: Abt 1905 - Missouri
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General Notes: Husband - Edwin H. BRENT

1910 U.S. Census, New York, Kings County, Ward 29, Brooklin; Series: T624 Roll: 982 Page: 158: 94 110 180 BRENT Edwin H. Head M W 36 M1 6 VA VA VA Auditor ______ Co.; -- Alie C. Wife F W 31 M1 6 1 1 AL TN AL; -- Elizabeth C. Dau F W 5 S MO VA AL.
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Justin Erik KUNZELMAN and Allegra --?--




Husband Justin Erik KUNZELMAN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Jerry Elton KUNZELMAN (1943-1983)
       Mother: Barbara LaFoye LANG (1952-2012)


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Wife Allegra --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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William B. MEANS and Allise --?--




Husband William B. MEANS 72,73

         Born: July 1863 - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana 74
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       Father: James Taylor MEANS (1835-1908) 75
       Mother: Ida August HOGAN (1843-1880) 75


     Marriage: Abt 1895



Wife Allise --?-- 74

         Born: February 1873 - Louisiana 74
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General Notes: Husband - William B. MEANS

1900 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Caddo Parish, Ward 1; Series: T623 Roll: 559 Page: 271: 275 275 MEANS W. B. Head W M July 1863 37 M 5 LA SC AL Farmer; -- Allise Wife W F Feb 1873 27 M 5 0 0 LA LA LA; -- P. D. Brother W M Dec 1872 27 S LA SC AL Farmer.
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Ralph PHILLIPS and Alma --?--




Husband Ralph PHILLIPS

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       Father: George PHILLIPS
       Mother: Jewell THOMAS


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Wife Alma --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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Francis M. LOWRY and Alma L. --?--




Husband Francis M. LOWRY

         Born: Abt 1851 - Georgia
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Wife Alma L. --?--

         Born: Abt 1879 - Georgia
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Children
1 M Pvt. William Thomas LOWRY, USA, WWII

         Born: 5 April 1907 - Gwinnett County, Georgia
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         Died: 11 July 1966 - Fulton County, Georgia
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       Spouse: Hazel Louise WOODRUFF 76
         Marr: 26 September 1928 - Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia



General Notes: Husband - Francis M. LOWRY

A marriage record for this Francis [Frank?] M. and Alma L. LOWRY?
Frank Lowrey married Alma Saxon on 9 September 1900 in Fulton County, Georgia. ["Georgia, Marriages, 1808-1967," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FWH9-74H : accessed 21 Oct 2013), Frank Lowrey and Alma Saxon, 09 Sep 1900.]
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Henry Hunter COFIELD and Almeda A. --?--




Husband Henry Hunter COFIELD

         Born: Abt 1871
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     Marriage: Bef 1898



Wife Almeda A. --?--

         Born: Abt 1878 - Alabama
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Children
1 F Lola B. COFIELD

         Born: 22 August 1898 - Alabama
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         Died: October 1982 - Troup County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Shadowlawn Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia
       Spouse: Harvey BOOKER
         Marr: Bef 1930



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Alva --?--




Husband Alva --?-- 77

         Born: March 1814 - New Hampshire 77
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1 F Susan H. --?-- 77

         Born: November 1846 - Illinois 77
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       Spouse: Ralph W. STEWART 77
         Marr: Abt 1874



General Notes: Husband - Alva --?--

"Rat_____ Alva", 83, widower, is named as father-in-law in the home of Ralph W. Stewart in the 1900 census of Arapahoe County, Colorado, father of Susan H. Steward, 53.
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Jimmy PURGASON and Amanda --?--




Husband Jimmy PURGASON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: James L. PURGASON (1956-2011)
       Mother: Sherry McKEEN


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Wife Amanda --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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John Hendrickson DITMORE and Amanda --?--




Husband John Hendrickson DITMORE 78

         Born: 22 August 1811 - Charleston, Charleston County, South Carolina 79,80
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         Died: 21 June 1886 - Yellow Creek, Graham County, North Carolina 80
       Buried:  - Lower Yellow Creek Cemetery 80


       Father: John DITMORE (Between 1770/1780-Abt 1831) 81
       Mother: Eliza HENDRICKSON (Between 1790/1800-      )


     Marriage: Abt 1840



Wife Amanda --?-- 78

         Born: Abt 1826 - Tennessee 79
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Children
1 M Henry M. DITMORE 78

         Born: Abt 1841 - Alabama 79
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2 F Nancy A. DITMORE 78

         Born: Abt 1843 - Tennessee 79
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3 F Emily DITMORE 78

         Born: Abt 1845 - Tennessee 79
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4 F Althe Polina DITMORE 78,79

         Born: Abt 1847 - Tennessee 79
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5 M Zachary L. DITMORE 78

         Born: Abt 1850 - Tennessee 78
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6 M George W. DITMORE 78

         Born: Abt 1855 - Tennessee 78
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7 M John Hendrickson DITMORE 78,82

         Born: February 1859 - Tennessee 83
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       Spouse: Nannie B. --?-- 83
         Marr: Abt 1888


8 M David DITMORE 82

         Born: Abt 1865 - Tennessee 82
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9 F Mollie DITMORE 84

         Born: Abt 1870 - Tennessee 84
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General Notes: Husband - John Hendrickson DITMORE

John Hendrickson DITMORE, son of John DITMORE and Eliza HENDRICKSON, was born in South Carolina. Before 1830, his parents moved the family to McMinn County, Tennnessee.

J. H. DITMORE and family is enumerated there in the 1840 census living next door to his brother, Vincent Gary and family:
1840 U.S. Census, Tennessee, McMinn County, Federal Census McMinn County (Page 9 of 11)
5 | Ditmore B. G. | 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | (Note: B. for V.)
Reads: 1M 15-20, !m 20-30; 1F 0-5, !F 20-30, no slaves.
6 | Ditmore I. H . | 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 | (Note: I. for J.)
Reads: 1M 20-30; 1F 10-15, 1F 15-20, no slaves.
(USGENWEB ARCHIVES(tm) NOTICE Copyright. All rights reserved. http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm)

1850 U.S. Census, North Carolina, Cherokee County, Murphy P O; Series: M432 Roll: 625 Page: 48: 626 626 John DITMORE 39 M Farmer SC; Amanda 24 F TN; Henry M. 9 M AL; Nancy A. 7 F TN; Emily 5 F NC; Polina 3 F NC.
Three homes away is John Hendrickson's brother, Vincent Gary DITMORE, and family.

1860 U.S. Census, Tennessee, McMinn County, 13-Dist; Series: M653 Roll: 1262 Page: 312: 892 870 JOHN H DITMORE 48 M W Farmer -- 400 SC; -- Amanda 33 F W TN; -- Henry M. 19 M W AL; -- Nancy A. 16 F W TN; -- Emily 14 F W TN, -- Althe P. 11 F W TN; -- Zachary L. 10 M W TN; -- George W. 5 M W TN; -- John H. 1 M W TN.

1870 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Blount County, Chilhowee P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1515 Page: 258:
42 42 DITMORE Jno H. 58 M W ---200 SC;
-- Amanda 42 F W TN;
-- Geo W. 14 M W Farm laborer TN;
-- Henrickson 11 M W At home TN;
-- David 5 M W TN.

1880 U.S. Census, North Carolina, Graham County, Cheoah; Series: T9 Roll: 964 Page: 256:
200 200 DITMORE John W M 67 M Farmer SC SC SC;
-- Amanda W F 52 Wife M House keeping TN SC SC;
-- David W M 15 Son S TN SC TN;
-- Mollie W F 10 Dau S TN SC TN;
BLAINTON Syntha W F 18 ServantS Cook NC NC NC.

John H. DITMORE is buried in Lower Yellow Creek Cemetery, Graham County, North Carolina. Find A Grave Memorial #48059249, created by David Lee on Feb 13, 2010, lists his birth on August 22, 1811 and his death on January 21, 1886.
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Laban WARREN and Amanda L. --?--




Husband Laban WARREN 85

         Born: Abt 1835 - Alabama 85
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       Father: Laban WARREN (1798-1840)
       Mother: Parthenia JONES (1803-1851) 85


     Marriage: 



Wife Amanda L. --?--

         Born: 9 July 1840
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         Died: 22 October 1897
       Buried:  - Mt. Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama


Children

General Notes: Wife - Amanda L. --?--

Amanda's grave is indexed in Mount Willing Cemetery as "WARREN, Amanda L., wife of Laban Warren, 7-9-1840, 10-22-1897" (http://files.usgwarchives.org/al/lowndes/cemeteries/mtwill.txt)

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Rev. William Edwin ENTZMINGER and Amelia C. --?--




Husband Rev. William Edwin ENTZMINGER

         Born: 25 December 1859 - Richland County, South Carolina
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         Died: 18 January 1930 - Petropolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
       Buried:  - Municipal Cemetery of Petropolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


       Father: William Warren ENTZMINGER, CSA (1832-1915)
       Mother: Eliza Rook NELSON (1833-1898)


     Marriage: 23 September 1922 - Rio de Janiero, Brazil

 Other Spouse: Maggie Grace GRIFFITH - 7 July 1891



Wife Amelia C. --?--

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General Notes: Husband - Rev. William Edwin ENTZMINGER

The Rev. W. E. [William Edwin] Entzminger... was born in Richland County, near Blythewood, S. C. on December 25, 1859, of W. W. and E. R. Entzminger, being the eldest of two children. He grew up on the farm and attended a few sessions at the Blythewood Male and Female College. At the age of twelve he was baptized into the membership of the Sandy Level Church. When twenty-one years old he decided to dedicate his life to the ministry of the Gospel. He graduated from Furman University and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. While at the Seminary he felt called to go as a missionary. On July 7, 1891 he married Miss Maggie Griffith, and on the 18th of the same month sailed from Newport News to join Z. C. Taylor, of Bahia, Brazil...." [The Charleston News and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina, Monday, May 15, 1905, Page 5]

"The meeting of the Thursday club yesterday morning was a very interesting occasion. It was an "open day" on the programme. The club was treated to an entertaining talk from Mrs. W. E. Entzminger of Pernambuco, Brazil, who gave an interesting account of life in that portion of the globe. Mrs. Entzminger is a Baptist missionary working in Brazil with her husband, who is now in this county on a vacation." [The State, Columbia, South Carolina, Saturday, November 6, 1897, Page 3]

The Rev. W. E. Entzminger, a missionary to Brazil, is visiting at the home of Mrs. B. L. Wilks. [The State, Columbia, South Carolina, Sunday, May 17, 1914]

"The Rev. W. E. Entzminger, a Baptist missionary to Brazil, who has been in the United States on furlough and was in Massachusetts when his aged father died in Columbia several weeks ago, has been providentially hindered from returning at this time to South America and will remain for the present at Chester, with Mrs. Entzminger and their daughter, Ruth." [The State, Columbia, South Carolina, Friday, September 11, 1914, Page 7]

Petropolis, Brazil, Jan. 18 (AP) - Dr. W. E. Entzminger, 65, of South Carolina, head of the Southern Baptist missionary work in Brazil, died today. He is survived by a widow, Mrs. Amelia C. Entzminger. [The Advocate, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Sunday, January 19, 1930, Page 1]

Notes from Wikipedia:
The couple sent by joint foreign missions of the Baptist Convention of the Southern United States , headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, arrived in Salvador (BA) in August 11 of 1891 . Affected by yellow fever and malaria, the couple soon after went to the city of Recife. In Recife, where the children Margaret died in 1891, and William Junior, in 1894, the couple remained for more than seven years.
In 1922 , he married the missionary Amelia Joyce.
Entzminger was buried in the Municipal Cemetery of Petropolis. [https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Edwin_Entzminger]


General Notes: Wife - Amelia C. --?--

Amelia C. was the wife of E. Paranagua Joyce in 1911. She married Willim Edwin Entzminger in 1922.

Reference:
"400 hymns, prepaentred by Ginsburg, in Salvador (BA), since January 1910. With the proceeds from the issue, Ginsburg planned to publish the "Worship with Music". It was the 12th. edition ready for printing in February 1911. In March this year, the company launched a "supplement" with 70 songs, announced in "The Message", p. 29. Published in Salvador (BA), but printed in Porto (Portugal), with an index of subjects, the 12th. edition was distributed at the meeting of the Brazilian Baptist Convention in Campos (RJ), in June 1911, when Ginsburg was elected Rapporteur of the Drafting Committee of musicada edition of the hymnal, comprising W E Entzminger, OP Maddox, E. and A. Paranagua Joyce."

William Edwin Entzminger married second, the missionary Amelia Joyce in 1922.
[https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Edwin_Entzminger]

Mrs. Amelia C. Entzminger is named as the surviving widow in in the 18 January 1930 obituary of Dr. W. E. Entzminger.


Notes: Marriage

BAPTIST NEWS
Saturday, Septenber 23, after the civil marriage before the Judge and in the presence of the Americas Consulate, Dr. W. E. Entzminger, Director of the Book Department of the Brazilian Baptist Publishing House, was married to Mrs. Amelia C. Joyce, the Rev. Dr. S. L. Ginsberg celebrating the religious ceremony. The marriage took place at the home of the officating minister there being present a great number of colleagues and friends of both the bride and bridegroom.
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Samuel S. AKIN and Amelia E. --?--




Husband Samuel S. AKIN 86

         Born: June 1882 - North Carolina 86
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       Father: Eli Balus AKIN (1836-1924) 87
       Mother: Minerva Jane TUCKER (Abt 1840-1899) 87


     Marriage: Abt 1904



Wife Amelia E. --?-- 88

         Born: Abt 1887 - North Carolina 88
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Children
1 M John S. AKIN 88

         Born: Abt 1906 - North Carolina 88
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2 F Evelyn AKIN 88

         Born: 1909 - North Carolina 88
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John Mushat HERBERT and Amelia J. --?--




Husband John Mushat HERBERT 89

         Born: June 1883 - Alabama 89
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       Father: Cpl. LaFayette HERBERT, CSA (1839-1919) 90
       Mother: Laura H. JONES (1845-1920) 91


     Marriage: 1906



Wife Amelia J. --?-- 92

         Born: 1885 - Iowa 92
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1 M Robert L. HERBERT 92

         Born: 1907 - Texas 92
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2 M Hampton L. HERBERT 92

         Born: 1909 92
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General Notes: Husband - John Mushat HERBERT

1910 U.S. Census, Texas, Harris County, Ward 3, HoustonSeries: T624 Roll: 1560 Page: 17: San Jacinto 918 37 48 CURRIE John V. Head 37 M1 15 MS MS MA Window trimmer Dry goods;
-- Maizie T. Wife F W 35 M1 3 2 TX VA MO;
-- J. Felix Son M W 12 TX MS TX;
-- V. Monta Son M W 9 TX MS TX;
HERBERT John M. Roomer M W 26 M1 3 AL US TX Com. traveling Newspaper;
-- Amelia J. Roomer Wife F W 24 M1 3 2 2 IA England England;
-- Robert L. Roomer Son M W 2 TX AL IA;
-- Hampton L. Roomer Son M W 6/12 TX AL IA.
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John SLEDGE and Amy --?--




Husband John SLEDGE 93

         Born: Cir 1735
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     Marriage: Bef 1761



Wife Amy --?-- 93

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1 M Nathaniel SLEDGE 93

         Born: 22 February 1761 - Albemarle Parish, Virgina 93
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       Spouse: Elizabeth CHAPPELL 93



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McDuff CAIN and Amy --?--




Husband McDuff CAIN

         Born: 1860 - Alabama
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Wife Amy --?--

         Born: 1865 - Alabama
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1 F Annie Lorana CAIN

         Born: 1892 - Montgomery County, Alabama
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       Spouse: 2nd Lt. Leon Herman HATTEMER, USA, WWI
         Marr: 8 November 1911 - Montgomery County, Alabama
       Spouse: MACMAHON (living)
       Spouse: Marvin OLCOTT, Jr.
         Marr: 13 February 1922 - Chemung County, New York



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Robert LEWIS and Ana --?--




Husband Robert LEWIS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: David LEWIS
       Mother: Tracy HENNEN


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Andy HUFF and Angie --?--




Husband Andy HUFF (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Charlie HUFF
       Mother: Peggy Joyce DANIEL (1950-2011)


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Wife Angie --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M William P. HUFF (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Kayte L. HUFF (details suppressed for this person)

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J. A. SALLEY and Ann --?--




Husband J. A. SALLEY 94

         Born: Abt 1797 94
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     Marriage: Bef 1828



Wife Ann --?-- 94

         Born: Abt 1800 - South Carolina 94
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1 M Dempsey Hammond SALLEY 94,95,96

         Born: October 1838 - South Carolina 97
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         Died: After 1 June 1900 97
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       Spouse: Ida E. PROTHRO 95,96



General Notes: Husband - J. A. SALLEY

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County,No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 857 Page: 331: Family including son Dempsey, 12.

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Ronnie DANIEL and Ann --?--




Husband Ronnie DANIEL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Robert Edward DANIEL (1930-2014)
       Mother: Shirley HALL (1936-2005)


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Wife Ann --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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Thomas O'DONNELL and Ann --?--




Husband Thomas O'DONNELL

          AKA: Thomas ODENEAL, Thomas O'DONELL
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         Died: 1687 - Northumberland County, Virginia?
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Wife Ann --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Thomas O'DONNELL

In Abstracts of Virginia's Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys, 1697-1784, Vol. IV by Peggy Shomo Joyner, 1987, p. 156, is a very informative abstract of the 23 Aug 1687 Will of Thomas O'DONELL of Stafford County. It mentions "my wife" (not named), and names no children. He parcels things out to a number of men, perhaps married to daughters, business parteners, or friends. His not naming a son probably eliminates his being directly related to my William O'DANIEL. One less consideration to research then.

This is a record for a possible ancestor (father? or grandfather?) of William O'DANIEL 1691?-1728?, progenitor of the O'DANIEL family of Stafford, Prince William, and later, Fairfax County, Virginia.

On July 25, 1680 a jury met at the house of "Mr. John ASTON." It was composed of the following: Joseph HAYWARD, Thomas ODONELL, Burr HARRISON, Robert RICHARDS. Robert ALEXANDER, William KEY, Edward HUMSTON(?), Jonah RANDALL, Anthony BUCKNER, William BANKS, Samuel HAYWARD, and Robert HEWITT. (St. Paul's Parish Register: Stafford-King George Counties, Virginia, 1715-1798, p. 1, Compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, 1962, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore Maryland, ISBN-10: 0-8063-4591-8, http://books.google.com/books?id=xdIwpzEW3pEC&pg=PT20&lpg=PT20&dq=%22st+paul's+parish+register%22+john+bailey+calvert+nicklin&source=web&ots=Z8yiD4qeu0&sig=7kfGGpg57mxFgWkDOvyOXeObvq0#PPT2,M1 <http://books.google.com/books?id=xdIwpzEW3pEC&pg=PT20&lpg=PT20&dq=%22st+paul's+parish+register%22+john+bailey+calvert+nicklin&source=web&ots=Z8yiD4qeu0&sig=7kfGGpg57mxFgWkDOvyOXeObvq0>

"I have some handwritten notes I made when I researched a Withers line a few years ago. There is a Withers family history by Katherine Gottschalk (Withers Family of the County of Lancaster, England and Stafford County, Virginia) written in 1947 that I really relied on. Mrs. G. suggested that the Withers in this area were all sons of of William Wither, of Arkholme, Parish of Melling (or Meiling - I don't have my glasses on), County Lancaster, England. She said she had little information on their mother, but wondered if it was the woman buried in 1661 under a tombstone that simply said "Wife of William Wither". It is this latter statement that is contradicted by the newly found Book D. In Aug. 1688, John Withers executed a bond in which he mentioned the dower rights that might arise "either by my Mother now wife of Thomas O'Donnell or my wife now living." Obviously, this woman did not die in 1661. A further complication is that I see references to Thomas O'Donnell's will, written 28 Aug. 1687 (though I don't know when he died, or when the will was presented to court)." ("Thena Jones" tmsjones@compuserve.com <mailto:tmsjones@compuserve.com> Subject: RE: [VASTAFFO-L] Stafford Co. Deed and Will Abstracts Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2000, <http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/VASTAFFO/2000-01/0949119822>)

Lund, THOMAS. Publication 4 December 1704. Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311. Note Location: Stafford County. Description: 250 acres being the land formerly given to Henry COLDSTREAME by Thomas O DONNELL. Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 3, 1703-1710, p. 60 (Reel 288). 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. The collection is housed in the Archives at the Library of Virginia. (Photo of document: http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=60&last=&g_p=G3&collection=NN Grant <javascript:open_window(> )

http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=58&last=&g_p=G3&collection=NN Grant <javascript:open_window(> Title Hoe, Rice, Col., <javascript:open_window(> Publication 22 September 1704. Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311. Note Location: Stafford County. Grantee(s): HOE, Col. Rice and HOE, Rice Junr. Description: 200 acres on the Great Swamp, adjoining the dividing line between the first and second purchases of Thomas ODONNELL.
http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=59&last=&g_p=G3&collection=NN Grant <javascript:open_window(> Title KELLEY, John. <javascript:open_window(> Publication 27 September 1704. Other Format Available on microfilm. Northern Neck Grants, reels 288-311. Note Location: Stafford County. Description: 50 acres bounded upon a tract of land given Mr. George BRENT, by Thos. ODONNELL, and land of Francis HUNT, and southerly upon Machotique Dam. Source: Northern Neck Grants No. 3, 1703-1710, p. 59 (Reel 288).
The Delmarva Peninsula is a large peninsula on the East Coast of the United States, occupied by portions of three U.S. states: Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia.
From Peterman: Catholics in Colonial Delmarva Index M-Z:
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/md/somerset/misc/cath-m-z.txt)
O'DANIELL, Margaret, 181; O'DANIELL, Marian, 181; O'DANIELL, Morris (Maurice ), 80; O'DONALD, Alice, 312; O'DONALD, Barbara, 312; O'DONALD, Catherine, 312; O'DONALD, Elizabeth, 312; O'DONALD, James, 312; O'DONALD, John, 312; O'NEILL, Thomas, 313; O'NEILLfamily, 214.
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Stafford Co VA Order Book 1692-1693; THE ANTIENT PRESS
page 358 Court held 12th Jul 1693
438. JAMES HEARSE complaining sheweth that THOMAS ODENEALE late of
this County deced stood indebted to the Pit at the time of his decease
the sum of three hundred pounds of Tobacco due per acct.. for work
done as the Plt is ready to prove .. brought his action against
WILLIAM BUCKNER as admr. to the Estate
of HENRY COLDSTREAM late of this County deced who was admr cum
Testamento annexed to the Estate of the said Thomas Odeneal deced and
craves Judgment ..
And the said William Buckner in Qualification afsd comes into Court
and for Plea saith that there is Judgments Bills bonds and other debts
of a higher nature than this acct.. produced against him and which by
Law ought to be first satisfied Therefore he Prays a Suspension of
Judgment till those said debts Of greater dignity are determined which
is accordingly granted by the Court that the said actions as well as
all others shall lye and be Suspended till after the action Inter him
and ROBERT and FRANCIS GREEN be determined at the general Court.
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Thomas O'Donnell/Donnel as Thomas Odeneal??? See NN Land Grants for Thomas O DONNELL lands bequeathed OR SOLD to JONES, BRENT et al and mentioning COLDSTREAM

Stafford Co VA Order Book 1692-1693; THE ANTIENT PRESS Page 360.
Court held 12th July 1693
441. ROBERT and FRANCIS GREEN the only Executors living of Mr. HENRY ADAMS deced humbly sheweth that THOMAS ODENEALE late of this County deced stood indebted to the Plts in their Qualification afsd by Two bonds dated the 11th of September 1684 and the other for the sum of fifty pounds Sterling for the payment of Twenty five pounds the 24th of December 1685 as by the said bonds will more fully appear now in Court produced which said bonds being both forfeited according to the Strict Rules of the Common Law one hundred and Ten pounds is by the said bonds due to the Plts for which they brought their action against HENRY COLDSTREAM the Execr of the said Odeneale who dying before Judgment the action ceased wherefore the Plts hath now brought their action against Mr. WILLIAM BUCKNER Execr and admr of the said Coldstream who was Executor of the said Odeneale and by that means Possessed himself of the said Odeneals Estate and prayed Judgment for the bonds afsd with the full Penaltie unless your worships shall be Pleased to chancerize the matter as is now frequently done by the Judges of the Common Law and then if soe the Plts pray for the money and Interest Justly due upon the said Bonds as well in Equitie as at Law which is forty one pounds Eighteen shillings as will appeare by the said Bonds and the account Currt. from year to year now in Court produced.
And the said William Buckner the deft in proper person came into Court and prayed dyer of the said Bonds and for plea saith that the debt is maryland debt and soe consequently of a foreign nature and of this Prays the Court whether a foreign debt shall be paid before debts contracted in this Countrey which plea is overruled by the Court being only a maryland debt and made pleadable Equivalent with debts of this Countrey by act of assembly made in Anno 1686.
Then the said William Buckner for further plea pleads the act of Limitation And not. after a full hearing of the matter argued on both sides in this Court and it fully appearing to this Court by the oath and Testimony of THOMAS WALTERS as by his deposition Signed under his hand and Sworn upon the holy Evangelists of almighty God that the greatest part of the said money was paid about seven or eight years Since by all which it appears to this Court that the said Bonds brought by the Plts against the daft are superannuated and Void and Lying within the act of Limitation as afsd The Court doe therefore consider that the said Buckner of and from the afsd action shall be dismist and the said Robert and Francis Green pay costs ..
Capt. MALACHY PEALE.dissents from the above order for that he is of opinion that the Law means five years from the Time of Payment mentioned in the bonds and further believes that the action was commenced against the said Henry Coldstream within five years of the Time wherein one of the bonds was due ..
Capt. GEORGE BRENT attorney of the said Robert and Francis Greene came into Court and made his objections against the Evidence of Thomas Walters as afsd alledging that his Evidence is no discharge of the Law for that he proves nothing Paid but what money is given credit for in the account currant produced here in Court and of this Prayes Judgmt. whether etc.
And the said George Brent not being content with the Judgment of this Court herein appeales to the fifth day of the General Court to be heard before his Excellency their Majesties Lieut. Governour of Virginia and Honourable Councel of State to be held at James Citty.
Mr. ROBERT BRENT became security with the said George Brent to prosecute his appeale and SAMUEL HAYWARD with the said William Buckner to answer the appeale.
Ordered that William Buckner as admr etc. shall make present payment of the sum of forty pounds of Tobacco to Thomas Walters for his attendance at Court
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Thomas O'DENEALE? Daughter Elizabeth as O'DANIEL?
"68. OPR. William THORNBERRY and Elizabeth O'DANIEL m. July 10, 1746. Anne, dau. of Wm. and Elizabeth THORNBERRY, b. April 9, 1747" (St. Paul's Parish Register: Stafford-King George Counties, Virginia, 1715-1798, p. 78, Compiled by John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, 1962, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore Maryland, ISBN-10: 0-8063-4591-8)
Their children:
"B. William, son of William and Elizabeth THORNBERRY, Mar. 20, 1748/49."
"B. John Deneal, son of Wm. and Elizabeth THORNBERRY, Dec. 4, 1753."
(Ibid, p. 64)

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James I. HEATH and Ann --?--




Husband James I. HEATH

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 5 October 1703 - Princess Ann County, Virginia
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Ann --?--

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1723
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Thomas HEATH

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M James HEATH II

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 3 April 1728 - Princess Ann County, Virginia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary --?--


3 M Robert HEATH

         Born: Between 1681 and 1687
   Christened: 
         Died: After 3 April 1723
       Buried: 



4 F Elizabeth HEATH

         Born: Bef 1686
   Christened: 
         Died: 1745 - Currituck County, North Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Richard EILAND, Sr.
         Marr: Bef 25 December 1702



General Notes: Husband - James I. HEATH

James I. HEATH? "From theNew England Register, on Lower Norfolk County, VA., in the 17th century. On pg 198 is this entry:
Certificates of head Rights, VA., pg 198: 15 Apr 1659 Ibid - Certf. - to George Ashall for 300 acres for Roger HEYWARD, Thomas LOWE, Jeames HEATH, Robert ASHLE, Penelope BROWNE & (blank) MENSHE." [Jolene Noteboom]

James I. HEATH? To Maryland From Overseas" page 91: "HEATH In 1684 Mr. James Heath was styled "late of London and now of the Province of Maryland". REF: Prov. Crt, Liber TL no. 2, folio 76.

James I. HEATH? "Passenger and Immigration Lists index 1500-1900": Year: 1685 Primary Immigrant: James Heath.
Source: "Bonded Passengers to America. 9 vols. in 3. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1983. Vol. 5. Western Cicuit, 1664-1775: Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Hampshire, Somerset, and Wiltshire, with a List of the Rebels of 1685, 95p." [Jolene Noteboom]

"The first recorded document, for James Heath, that I'm aware of, is the 21 Oct 1687 Head Right in Lower Norfolk Co., VA." [Jolene Noteboom]
"James HEATH, 550 acs. Low. Norf. Co. in Curretuck Precinques, on E. side of the North Riv., adj. Joseph CHASE, on the Back Bay, 21 Oct. 1687, P. 631. Trans of 11 pers: Wm. HARRIS, Jno. ENGLISH, Marye NEALE, Partrick POLLICK, Annr HARRIS, James HOLLIDAY, Martin COB, Mathew MADDER, Mary BUTT, Elizabeth GLASCOTT, Rachel RAWLINGS (?)." [Early Virginia Families Along the James River Their Deep and Tangled Branches. Volume II, p. 61]

"A worldconnect.rootsweb page about James I. Heath [Sr] gives a birth 1652 in England; death Dec 22, 1702 in Linhaven Parrish, Prince William Va.[*] Interestingly it has the notation "Believed to [have] be[en] deported as a Rebel" from England. This as well as "Emigration: 1685 England to 'America,' and "James HEATH [Jr], born in England, 1672, Elizabeth HEATH, born in England, 1670, Robert HEATH, 1681, born in England, Thomas HEATH Number of Children 4." [Email, Barbara Hunt, Silver City, New Mexico, 20 June 2009]

[*In his Will, dated 20 December 1702, James I. HEATH states, "...I, James HEATH, Senr. of ye parrish of linhaven in Princess Anne County..." It is unlikely he died in Prince William County, Virginia, which was not formed until 1731 from part of Stafford County. RLD]

The Last Will and Testament of James HEATH, signed as James I. HEATH, from a copy of a typescript page numbered 370, but source book not known:
Virginia
The last will & Testamt. of James HEATH
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN. YE Two & Twentyeth day of Decembr. in ye year of our Lord God one thousand [missing: "seven hundred"] and two. I, James HEATH, Senr. of ye parrish of linhaven in Princess Anne County being of sound perfect dispossing memory praise be rendered to Almighty God, doe make ordaine & publish this my last will & testamt. revoking all former wills by me made wtsoever.
First I committ and command mt soul to the hands of Almighty god my creator hopeing for salvationby the alone merrits of Jesus Christ my blessed redeemer my body to committ unto ye earth to be descently buried hopeing &steadfastly excepting a joyfull ressurrection to life eternal in bliss & happiness & for my temporal estate I doe dispose of that as followeth:
It. I give & bequeath unto my eldest son Thomas HEATH one tract of land commonly known by thname of Natchouse neck bounding onye south side upon Capt. MORSE line & soe Northerly to a great poplar standing by ye old tarn pitt & from thence easterly on ____ves ridge into ye great marsh by estimation one hundred and fifty acres or thereabouts to him ye sd Tho. HEATH during his natural life and to his heires lawfully begotten forever and after want of such heires to my son James HEATH & his heires Lawfully begotten of his body forver for want of such heires to my son Robert HEATH & his heires lawfully begotten forever.
I give and bequeath unto my son James HEATH my plantation whereon I now live only be given to his brother Robert HEATH two hundred acres of land whene ye sd Robert HEATH shall come to ye age of twenty one____ the sd land being commonly known by ye Eagles Nest Ridge on ye eastward side of yelittle pond where I now live, to them and their heires lawfully begotten of their body forever
my will is that Elizabeth EILAND my daughter should have her cattle immediately after my decease & and all their increse forever.
It. I give to my son James HEATH one young cow being of my own mark with her increase forever immediately after my decease.
It. I give to my son Robt. HEATH one young cow being of my own marke with her increase forever imediately after my decease.
I give all ye rest of my estate wtsoever to my dear wife Anne HEATH who I make & ordaine my sole Extr. of this my last will she receiving all my debts & paying all my debts:
IN WITNESS Whereof I have set my hand & seale this 20th day of Decembr in ye year of our Lord 1702.
Signed
James I. HEATH /SEALE/
Signed, Sealed, Deld., in pesence [sic] of Francis MORSE, Wm. W. LORRY, James D. DESMAN
Proved in open Court by ye oath of Capt. Francis MORSE & James DESMAN ye 5th of _ber 1703 & ordereed to be recorded. C. C. C. O. Exd.



General Notes: Wife - Ann --?--

Ann HEATH is named as the wife of James I. HEATH in his Will dated 22 December 1702: "to my dear wife Ann HEATH who I make & ordain my sole Extr. of this my last will she receiving all my debts & paying all my debts"

An abstract of Ann HEATH's Will, dated 3 April 1723, reads:
Ann HEATH Will 3DB483
Apr 3 1723
Leaves stuff to grandson James HEATH
Grandau. Eliza EILAND, Eliza HEATH, Jane EILAND, and John HEATH.
Ex: Francis Mrse [sic, probably the Francis MORSE who witnessed the 1733 Will of Richard EILAND, Sr. RLD]
Witnes [sic] Weswell ANDERSON, Abigail GILDING.
Below this is:
Wills 1710-1720
Ann HEATH, 04/03/1723 pg 46.
Wills 1730
James HEATH 04/03/1728 pg 54.
[Copy of email dated 11//3/2006 from FRMRNYR@aol.com to jojo.not@verizon.net]
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William TODD and Ann --?--




Husband William TODD

         Born: Abt 1840 - Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1865



Wife Ann --?--

         Born: Abt 1842 - Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Samuel Phelps TODD 98

         Born: November 1874 - Kentucky 98
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Clyde TALBOTT 99,100
         Marr: Abt 1897 - Madison County, Kentucky



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Joseph SUMNER and Ann --?--




Husband Joseph SUMNER

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef July 1785
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Ann --?--

         Born: 25 October 1735
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 January 1800
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: James BARROW, RS -NC 101 - 6 July 1785 - Edgecombe County, North Carolina


Children

General Notes: Wife - Ann --?--

"The following is from records of: Mrs. Mary Barrow Gordon, P.O. Box #275, Bluffton, SC 29910, a direct descendant of Col. James BARROW, and from the research of Miss Carol J. Barrow, Atlanta, GA and from the "Historical Collections of GA. Chapters of NSDAR"- Vol 4"...
"James BARROW, m. (1st) Ann Sumner on 7-6-1785 in Edgecombe Co., N. C. She was a widow of Joseph SUMNER, a Tailor, in whose business James had worked for a period of time. Ann had several children when they were married but no children by her marriage to James BARROW. They moved to Burke Co., GA in November 1789. In the "Augusta Chronicle & Gazette" dated 9-23-1797, James BARROW advertised that his wife Ann "has withdrawn herself from his home and that she should not be credited against his account". Ann Sumner BARROW died 7-29-1800 in Georgia."
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James BARROW, RS -NC and Ann --?--




Husband James BARROW, RS -NC 101

         Born: 31 January 1757 - Edgecombe County, North Carolina 101
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 January 1828 - Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia 101
       Buried:  - Barrow Lot, Oconee Cemetery, Athens. Clarke County, Georgia


       Father: Thomas BARROW (      -      ) 101
       Mother: Elizabeth --?-- (      -      ) 101


     Marriage: 6 July 1785 - Edgecombe County, North Carolina

 Other Spouse: Nancy HARDWICK - 7 February 1802 - Baldwin County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Patience CRENSHAW 101 - 13 October 1814 101



Wife Ann --?--

         Born: 25 October 1735
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 January 1800
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Joseph SUMNER


Children

General Notes: Husband - James BARROW, RS -NC

James BARROW served in the North Carolina Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. (Clarke County, Georgia Revolutionary War List "9. James BARROW, b. 31 Jan 1757, d. 20 Jan 1828, buried in Oconee Hill Cem.; served in NC Continental Army". James' family Bible is part of the BARROW Collection at the University of Georgia at Athens.

On 7 Feb 1802, James BARROW married Nancy Hardwick DANIELL, widow of James DANIELL of Hancock County, Georgia.

August 2, 1815: "Georgia, Greene County. James MORRIS came before me...saith, that some time in...Dec. 1814, he being in company with a certain William HARDRIDGE, otherwise William HARDWICH, and sometimes called William H. HARDRIDGE, who told him that he..had a bond against Nancy DANIELL of Hancock County, signed while she was the widow of James DANIELL, deceased, for the amount of 1000 dollars...(Signed) James MORRIS. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 26th day of June 1815. (Signed) John BROWNING, J.P. From the well known character of the above named HARDWICH, I think it probable that he holds such a bond, and have therefore taken this method to apprise the public that it is a forgery. (Signed) James BARROW." ("Genealogical Abstracts From the Georgia Journal (Milledgeville) Newspaper, 1809-1840, Vol. 1, 1809-1818" by Fred R. Hartz and Emilie K. Hartz, Vidalia, Georgia, 1990, p. 436)
N. B.: This record is in circulation with "Nancy DANIELL" replaced with "Mrs. Nancy Sankey DANIEL." The words "Mrs." and "Sankey" are not in the original.

September 20, 1815 "Notice.--Whereas James DANIEL of Hancock County, did by his last will...lend to his wife, Nancy DANIEL, (who afterwards became my wife) during her life certain property...my said wife died the 18th of January 1814, on which day my claim expired...The executor of James DANIEL, deceased...received the aforesaid property, except a stock of goats...I have taken my usual care of the said Goats, but will consider them under my care only ten days after this notice. I will then drive them entirely from my plantation...Given under my hand this 11th day of September, 1815. (Signed) James BARROW" ("Genealogical Abstracts From the Georgia Journal (Milledgeville) Newspaper, 1809-1840, Vol. 1, 1809-1818" by Fred R. Hartz and Emilie K. Hartz, Vidalia, Georgia, 1990, p. 451)

After Nancy died in 1814, James BARROW married Patience CRENSHAW, and had two children by her. James BARROW died in 1828 in Baldwin County, Georgia.

(As an aside, Patience BARROW , dau. of James and third wife Patience CRENSHAW, married Colonel William McKINLEY of Baldwin County, Georgia who was a brother to one of my GGGGgrandmothers, Louisa Caroline McKINLEY. I was looking for the James DANIELL bible last week and found that the BARROW family had donated a large amount of genealogy material to the University of Georgia, a couple of feet of it on a shelf. Their limited inventory did not mention the bible but I asked them to look for me. The inventory did include the James BARROW diary and a letter or letters between William McKINLEY and one of the BARROW sons discussing the ramifications of Georgia seceding from the Union. Tuck Wilson) (More information on Col. William McKINLEY and Patience BARROW can be found in the "History of Baldwin County, Georgia". RLD)

Contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Laura Stotler Lstotler@aol.com: Will: James Barrow, 1828, Baldwin County, GA
Last Will and Testament of James BARROW, Baldwin County, GA Court of Ordinary, Will Book, Pg 272:
In the name of God! Amen, I James BARROW of the county of Baldwin and State of Georgia being in my usual state of health both of body and mind; having long since resigned all my spiritual interests to the mercy of God in Christ Jesus under whose heavenly direction I hereby dispose of all that he has given me in this World in the following manner- As soon after my death as convenient I desire my body to be buried at Beulah's by the side of my last wife (the mother of my children) all my just debts immediately paid and all my perishable property (or all except my land, negroes and what is deposited in my libre [library], sold on a suitable credit and the proceeds put on interest and applied to the future maintenance and education of my children as my Executors may judge best. My negroes I wish hired out annually at the discretion of my Executors and not set up to the highest bidder, and each family kept together as near as possible. My old negroes I desire should be taken particular care of especially my faithful old Stuard Flander and his wife Hago. To Flander I give all my wearing clothes. Let them live where they please/ they will be a blessing to any family that will do as I have done by them, at my expense. My cleared land on the east side of the river may be rented annually as long as it can be kept fenced in its present order, I wish now cleared and as little timber cut as possible, and not from a tree to a bush cut within half a mile of my Beulah House. To my son David I give my libre [library] and all my books because I wish them not scattered, but let his sister have the use of the books, and to my Daughter Patience I give my large Looking Glass, now deposited and to be kept in my library house, with my silver spoons and some glassware therein, and what else she may choose to make her legacy equal to her brother and all the rest of my estate, I wish divided equally between my two children David and Patience when David is twenty one years old and both have gotten their education if they live, and if one dies without heir the other will take the whole as I desire- My son David I desire should be kept at school in this state until he acquires as good an education as it will afford; and then if he and my Executors can agree let him be sent to the Columbian College near the City of Washington if that is in repute, or else to some other to complete his Education, if his means will afford it.- My Daughter Patience I desire my near and dear neighbor Mrs. Thomas Stubbs will take and bring her up as her own child at the expense of my estate, and what Mrs. Stubbs thinks proper she may reserve for the child's use, at the sale of my property. I loan to my nephew Jacob Barrow, to occupy himself but not subject to his debts or to dispose of in any other way, my little field two miles up the west side of the Occonee River from Milledgeville, with the small woods adjoining to it, to the road to Carter's Mills, and to cut no other timber or suffer it to be cut by others, and his choice of my houses in Milledgeville with half the lot, and the use of my libre [library] on being accountable for all the books, to which my children are to have accept, and loan none otherwise, where he is to keep a regular account of all that concerned my family or estate and account to my other Executors who will account with him to the court, this loan to continue until the first of my children shall marry or come of age and then delivered to them in good order.- Rachel and her family consisting of Rachel, Simon, Charles, Dinah, Isaac, Saressy, Nancy, Josiah and Sam, I wish delivered to Mrs. Pasty LEWIS as soon as my Executors can properly divest my business and get her receipt according to the will of her late aunt Mrs. Nancy BARROW now on record in Baldwin County. Last of all I appoint my special friends Peter STUBBS, Thomas STUBBS, William SANFORD and Jacob BARROW my Executors to execute this my last will and testament, In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twentieth day of March one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven. James BARROW (Seal) My clumsy handwriting is so well known in Baldwin County that I deem it unnecessary To call any further evidence. James BARROW. But since for fear of accidents have requested my Friends to witness as follows: B. P. STUBBS W. C. CRENSHAW Test. Thos. HILL Georgia County of Ordinary March Term 1928 Baldwin County Personally appeared in open court Baradell P. STUBBS one of the subserving witnesses to the within will who after being duly sworn, saith, that the within named Testator acknowledged and published the within instrument as his last will and Testament, that he was of sound mind and memory and that he did is freely so far as he knows, and this deponent further saith that he saw William C. CRENSHAW and Thomas HILL subscribe their names as witnesses thereto. Sworn to in Open Court this 10th day of March 1928. B. P. STUBBS Rho A GREEN CCO Recorded 10th March 1828 Rho A GREEN CCO

Also from the research of Laura Stotler of Valencia, California:
Page 7 of Vol. 1., No. 3 April 1988 issue of Barrow "An Early Southern Family" (the newsletter for the Barrow Family Association) contains information about the family of James BARROW. Included on this page is the following:

"NSDAR Patriot Index, Vol. 1, pg. 39--"James BARROW, b. 1-31-1757 d. 1-20-1828 m. Patience CRENSHAW - Pvt. - S.C."

Note: A transcript of James Barrow's Diary may be found in these volumes. He served several tours of duty during the American Revolution and saw service in North and South Carolina as well as several other States. He lived in Edgecombe County and later he lived with his brother Jacob BARROW in Halifax County, N. C. We know from other records, as well as from James' Diary that he was married 3 times: (1) Ann SUMNER, Widow of Joseph SUMNER in Edgecombe County, N. C. , (2) Nancy Hardwick DANIEL, widow of James DANIEL of Georgia, (3) Patience CRENSHAW of Georgia by whom he had a son and a daughter. There were no children by his first two wives."

Page 5 of this same volume of the Barrow "An Early Southern Family" states:
"The following is from records of: Mrs. Mary Barrow Gordon, P.O. Box #275, Bluffton, SC 29910, a direct descendant of Col. James BARROW, and from the research of Miss Carol J. Barrow, Atlanta, GA and from the "Historical Collections of GA. Chapters of NSDAR"- Vol 4"...
"James BARROW, m. (1st) Ann Sumner on 7-6-1785 in Edgecombe Co., N. C. She was a widow of Joseph SUMNER, a Tailor, in whose business James had worked for a period of time. Ann had several children when they were married but no children by her marriage to James BARROW. They moved to Burke Co., GA in November 1789. In the "Augusta Chronicle & Gazette" dated 9-23-1797, James BARROW advertised that his wife Ann "has withdrawn herself from his home and that she should not be credited against his account". Ann Sumner BARROW died 7-29-1800 in Georgia.
"James BARROW, m. (2) Nancy Hardwick DANIEL on 2-7-1802, who was the widow of James DANIEL, a very wealthy man. Nancy HARDWICK was b. 1-6-1758. There were no children by this marriage. Nancy died testate on 1-18-1814.
"James BARROW, m. (3) Patience CRENSHAW on 10-13-1814 in Baldwin County. She was b. 5-15-1779."

JAMES BARROW (as posted at: http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/baldwin/dar.html)
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 43
page 302
Mrs. Ella Barrow Spalding.
DAR ID Number: 42807
Born in Oglethorp County, Georgia.
Wife of Bourke Spalding.
Descendant of James Barrow, Capt. Henry Hopson and Abraham Hill.
Daughter of David Crenshaw Barrow (1815-99) and Sarah Eliza Pope (1821-55), his wife, m. 1838.
Granddaughter of James Barrow and Patience Crenshaw, his wife; Middleton Pope (1794-1850) and Lucy Hopson Lumpkin (1803-88), his wife, m. 1820.
Gr.-granddaughter of Gov. Wilson Lumpkin (1783-1870) and Elizabeth Walker (1786-1819), his 1st wife, m. 1800; Henry Augustine Pope (1760-1807) and Clara Hill (1763-98), his 1st wife, m. 1787.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Lumpkin and Lucy Hopson (b. 1764), his wife, m. 1782; Abraham Hill and Christian Walton, his wife, m. 1756.
See No. 42392.
[p.302] Gr.-gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Hopson and Martha Neville, his wife, m. 1755.
See No. 42185.
James Barrow, (1757-1828), served as a soldier at Brandywine, Germantown and Valley Forge. His record is taken from his diary. He died in Baldwin, Ga.

"Family record from the bible of James Barrow:
James Barrow son of Thomas and Elizabeth Barrow was born 31 Jan 1757.
Anne Barrow first wife of James Barrow was born 25 October 1735.
James and Anne Barrow were married 6 July 1785.
Anne Barrow died 29th July 1800.
Nancy and James Barrow were married 7th Feb 1802.
Nancy Barrow was born 6th January 1758.
Salley Cobb died, Feb 24, 1801.
Lucinda B. Smith was born 20 Oct. 1803.
Eley Smith mother of Lucinda died 10 Nov. 1803.
Nancy Barrow 2nd wife of James Barrow died 18th Jan 1814 half after 6 o'clock evening. 56 years old.
Patience Cain Crenshaw & James Barrow were married 13th of October 1814.
David Crenshaw Barrow, first-born son of James and Patience was born 26th July 1815 at daybreak.
Precious Patience Barrow daughter_____ ______ 2 Sept 1817.
Patience Barrow wife of James Barrow. Died the 26th Oct. 1817.
James Barrow Husband of Nancy and Patience Barrow died 20th January 1828 at one o'clock PM.
Patience B. McKinley daughter of James and Patience Barrow died on the 6th day of July 1847. 20 minutes after 5:00 P.M. in perfect peace.
Bible record sworn to by Lucy Leah Redwine Feb 28, 1931.
[Family Bible Records" collected by the Elijah Clarke Chapter in 1938 (Family History Center Microfilm US/CAN #7110), http://files.usgwarchives.org/ga/baldwin/bibles/barrowjas.txt]


General Notes: Wife - Ann --?--

"The following is from records of: Mrs. Mary Barrow Gordon, P.O. Box #275, Bluffton, SC 29910, a direct descendant of Col. James BARROW, and from the research of Miss Carol J. Barrow, Atlanta, GA and from the "Historical Collections of GA. Chapters of NSDAR"- Vol 4"...
"James BARROW, m. (1st) Ann Sumner on 7-6-1785 in Edgecombe Co., N. C. She was a widow of Joseph SUMNER, a Tailor, in whose business James had worked for a period of time. Ann had several children when they were married but no children by her marriage to James BARROW. They moved to Burke Co., GA in November 1789. In the "Augusta Chronicle & Gazette" dated 9-23-1797, James BARROW advertised that his wife Ann "has withdrawn herself from his home and that she should not be credited against his account". Ann Sumner BARROW died 7-29-1800 in Georgia."
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William COOKE I and Ann --?--




Husband William COOKE I 102

         Born: Abt March 1613 - Bristol, Glouchester, England 102
   Christened: 25 March 1613 - St. Augustine's Parish 102
         Died: 27 March 1677 - Surry County, Virginia
       Buried: 


       Father: Phillip COOKE (Abt 1589-After 1614) 102
       Mother: Elizabeth --?-- (1591-      ) 102


     Marriage: Bef 1636 102

 Other Spouse: Mary BLACKBOURNE 102 - 4 June 1632 - St. Augustine Parish Church, Glouchester County, England



Wife Ann --?-- 102

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef 10 April 1665 102
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Philip COOKE 102

         Born: Abt January 1636 - Bristol, Glouchester, England
   Christened: 5 January 1636 - Bristol, Glouchester, England 102
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Frances COOK

         Born: Abt 1640
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1721 - Isle of Wight County, Virginia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John PERSON
         Marr: Abt 1658 - Virginia



General Notes: Husband - William COOKE I

There are minor variantions on the dates of birth, 1613 vs 1615, and death, 1677 vs 1679, for William COOK, Sr. between researchers. William's wife is named as either "Mary (MILES?)" or Mary BLACKBOURNE.

From "Persons Lineage" by John Fuller Walker, as provided by David Leon Wilson:
"William Cook was born in England in 1615 in the 12th year of the reign of James I. On July 4, 1635, he sailed from London on the Transport, and the record of his passage states he was 20 years old and a member of the Church of the England (Hotten: The Original List of Persons of Quality, etc 1600-1700, page 101). The Virginia colony was now 28 years old, had about 8000 inhabitants, and was well established. At this time, the Virginia tobacco was bringing high prices on the European market, so that the planners made it their principal crop.

William Cook settled in Isle of Wright County, where he owned lands on the Blackwater river, and married (probably about the year 1638) Mary (Miles?). If we make an effort to visualize the life of William and Mary Cook on their tobacco plantation during this period, a picture of the Virginia of 1642 given by one historian (Roy V. Coleman: The New Frontier, p 275-277) may be of interest:

The wives and daughters of the well-to-do planters wore dresses of silk and satin, trimmed with lace imported from England in the latest London styles. Food was abundant and in great variety. Beef, pork and mutton were at hand from the plantation stock. Venison called only for a gun. Wild geese, ducks and turkeys crowded of the swamp land. The rivers were full of fish of many kinds. Sugar, spices and other delicacies came in with every ship, as did also wines, brandy and rum.

For having paid the passage of 22 persons from England to the Virginia colony, William Cook, Sr., received (jointly with William Miles) a patent of 1100 acres of land on the second branch of the Blackwater river at the upper quarter of John Oliver's land and running down to Mr. England's. The patent was granted on September 29, 1664, during the reign of Charles II (Virginia Land Office Patents Book 5 p. 460)

On April 10, 1665, a part of this land was presented by a deed of gift, by William and Mary Cook, (jointly with William Miles) to John Person Jr., at that time about five years old. The stipulation was made that the property was to remain in the possession of John Person, Jr., parents, John Person the elder and his wife Frances, "until ye said John Person, theire sonne be of full age". The land was on Blackwater River adjoining that of John Oliver.(Isle of Wright County Will & Deed Book 1, p 41-42)

On June 17, 1667, William Cook, Sr., secured 850 additional acres of land by purchasing the rights of four persons who had paid the passage of 17 colonists. (Ibid. p 113)

On November 6, 1667, William Lyles conveyed 450 acres of land to William Cook. (Ibid. p.177)

On May 26, 1668, William Cook gave power of attorney to his wife, Mary, against Thomas Ward, "whom I have arrested in action of debt". (Ibid. p. 21)

On August 9, 1669, William Cook and Mary, his wife, sold to Thomas Carter, Jr., 400 acres of their land in Isle of Wright, "it being the land that I the said Cook and Mary my wife lately lived upon before our removal into Surrey County" (Ibid p185-186).

On October 9, 1670, William Cook received another patent, this time for 800 acres on the Blackwater River, adjoining the land of Captain Baker, for having paid the passage of 16 persons from England to Virginia. (Virginia land Office Patents book 6, p 497)

For 16 years preceding Bacon's rebellion in 1676, the colonial government was guilty of a number of abuses. One of the most serious of these however, was its failure to protect the colonists from Indian raids or even to prevent them to retaliate by making expeditions against the Indians. Some of those who live along the frontier were particularly vulnerable. Some few of the planters (including it is believed the governor himself) were carrying on a profitable business with the Indians and feared that any expeditions against them would put an end to their trading. Among the principal articles of exchange offered by these individuals were firearms, and these were, of course, used in turn by the Indians against the colonists.

Finally, indignation reached such a point that armed rebellion arose under the colorful leadership of the Francis Bacon, and the governor, Sir William Berkeley, fled to the Eastern Shore. Bacon's initial success was tremendous, and he marched upon the capital city of Jamestown, which he burned. However, his rebellion was suppressed, despite the fact that many of the colonists were sympathetic with his cause. When the governor regained control, he did dealt ruthlessly with the followers of Bacon, and executed a number of them. Although Charles II officially had to support the position of a royal governor in the face of armed rebellion, privately he condemned Berkeley's judgment.

During the height of the rebellion, The Young Prince, one of the Kings ships, was anchored in Waryascoat Bay, and its commander, Robert Morris, kept a journal, which reveals significant and frequent dramatic events in Isle of Wright. He mentions among the rebels, William West, who headed a force march to surprise a fort (Robert Mossis Journal Jan 15, 1677) . The latter was captured on January 16, 1677, but managed to escape.

William Cooke was one of a number of residents of Isle of Wright, who supported Bacon's cause and petitioned the Commissioners for West's release. The petition, dated October, 1677, is as follows:

Petition of His Majesties most loyal and obedient subjects of Isle of Wright. To His Majesties Commissioners, in behalf of William West, a rebel absconding, who took up arms against the Indians by whom his father had been most barbarous murdered, was taken prisoner and carried aboard a ship, from hence to prison and was condemned to death, but he had has made his escape and as yet has not been found. We pray for his life and the restitution of his estate to his wife and children.

Children of William Cook and Mary (Miles?) are:
+2i.William2 Cook, Jr., died 1698.
+3ii.Frances Cook, born Abt. 1640; died Abt. 1721 in Isle of Wright County Virginia."
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John SIMMONS and Ann --?--




Husband John SIMMONS 103

         Born: After 1758
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef March 1796 103
       Buried: 


       Father: William SIMMONS (Cir 1725-      ) 103
       Mother: Sarah BUTTS (1725-      ) 103,104


     Marriage: 



Wife Ann --?-- 103

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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 Other Spouse: William PARRISH 103 - Abt 8 March 1796 103


Children

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William PARRISH and Ann --?--




Husband William PARRISH 103

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 8 March 1796 103



Wife Ann --?-- 103

         Born: 
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 Other Spouse: John SIMMONS 103


Children

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Ann --?--




Husband

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Wife Ann --?--

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Children
1 F Sarah NELSON

         Born: Bef 1749 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1762 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried: 




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Charles WILLIAMS and Ann --?--




Husband Charles WILLIAMS 105

         Born: Bef 1702 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John WILLIAMS (      -Bef 1702) 106
       Mother: Mary JONES (Bef 1673-After 1727) 107


     Marriage: Bef February 1721



Wife Ann --?-- 105

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Children
1 M Charles WILLIAMS 105

         Born: 26 May 1722 - Bristol Parish, Prince George County, Virginia 105
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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2 F Sarah WILLIAMS 105

         Born: 20 September 1725 - Bristol Parish, Prince George County, Virginia 105
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         Died: 
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3 F Lucy WILLIAMS 105

         Born: 6 May 1727 - Bristol Parish, Prince George County, Virginia 105
   Christened: 
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4 M John WILLIAMS 105

         Born: 17 March 1729 - Bristol Parish, Prince George County, Virginia 105
   Christened: 
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5 F Mary WILLIAMS 105

         Born: 5 August 1731 - Bristol Parish, Prince George County, Virginia 105
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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6 M John WILLIAMS 105

         Born: 14 May 1734 - Bristol Parish, Prince George County, Virginia 105
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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Donald Ray HILL and Ann --?--




Husband Donald Ray HILL

         Born: 1939
   Christened: 
         Died: 2003
       Buried: 


       Father: Rev. Moses K. HILL (1905-1973) 108
       Mother: Nina P. BRAND (1907-1985) 109


     Marriage: 



Wife Ann --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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Children

General Notes: Husband - Donald Ray HILL

"Ray Hill" is named as a deceased brother in the October 2004 obituary of Quillian J. HILL
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Richard BLUNT and Ann --?--




Husband Richard BLUNT 12

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 April 1747 - Surry County, Virginia 12
       Buried: 


       Father: Thomas BLUNT (Cir 1656-1709) 10
       Mother: --?-- (      -      )


     Marriage: 



Wife Ann --?-- 12

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 17 January 1785 and 15 June 1786 - Sussex County, Virginia 12
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Abraham GREEN 12 - Abt 9 October 1758 - Sussex County, Virginia 12


Children

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Abraham GREEN and Ann --?--




Husband Abraham GREEN 12

         Born: 
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     Marriage: Abt 9 October 1758 - Sussex County, Virginia 12



Wife Ann --?-- 12

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 17 January 1785 and 15 June 1786 - Sussex County, Virginia 12
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Richard BLUNT 12


Children

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Reuben COOKE and Ann --?--




Husband Reuben COOKE 110

         Born: 
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       Father: William COOKE III (      -Between 1740/1740) 111
       Mother: Rebecca JONES (      -Bef 1765) 111


     Marriage: 



Wife Ann --?-- 112

         Born: 
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Children

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Jasper MALLARD and Ann --?--




Husband Jasper MALLARD 113

         Born: August 1849 - Georgia 113
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1873



Wife Ann --?-- 114

         Born: November 1849 - Georgia 114
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Mary Elizabeth MALLARD 115,116

         Born: 25 July 1876 115
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 August 1967 - Bulloch County, Georgia 115
       Buried:  - Upper Mill Creek Cemetery, Bulloch County, Georgia 115
       Spouse: Benjamin Edmund SMITH 4,115



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Larry Grant PLYMEL and Ann --?--




Husband Larry Grant PLYMEL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Father: Larrie Ambric PLYMEL (1916-2000)
       Mother: Rosa Mae WEEKS (1920-2013)


     Marriage: 



Wife Ann --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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Children

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Thomas MOXLEY and Ann --?--




Husband Thomas MOXLEY 117

         Born: Abt 1700 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 27 March 1750 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried: 


       Father: William MOXLEY (Abt 1670-1744)
       Mother: Ann QUIGLEY (Abt 1675-Abt 1739)


     Marriage: Bef 1721



Wife Ann --?-- 118,119,120

         Born: Abt 1704 - New Kent County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: After 15 March 1757 - Fairfax County, Virginia 119
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: John RATCLIFFE 121 - Bef 15 March 1757 - Fairfax County, Virginia 121


Children
1 F Elizabeth MOXLEY 118

         Born: 1721 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1767 - Virginia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John O'DANIEL, RW-PS-VA 122,123
         Marr: 1740 - Virginia 124


2 M James MOXLEY

         Born: 
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3 M John MOXLEY

         Born: 
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4 M Joseph MOXLEY

         Born: 
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5 M Thomas MOXLEY

         Born: Cir 1730
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1750
       Buried: 



6 F Jemima MOXLEY

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: William WINSOR


7 F Mary Ann MOXLEY

         Born: 
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General Notes: Husband - Thomas MOXLEY

In the latter part of he 1600s, the MOXLEY family was in Westmoreland County, Virginia. Two of them, brothers, William and Thomas, were in Fairfax, Virginia during the time Fairfax County was created from Prince William County in 1741.

Thomas MOXLEY voted in the Fairfax election in 1744, supporting Captain Lawrence WASHINGTON, as did his neighbors, William BOWLING, James DANIEL, William GUNNELL, William GUNNELL, Jr., and Henry GUNNELL.

Thomas MOXLEY left a will dated January 6, 1748, and proved March 27, 1750 (Fairfax Liber A, 319 394 and 527) "In the name of God Amen I Thomas MOXLEY of Farfax County in the Coleney of Virginey being sick and weakly butt of Parfit minde and memory and Calling to mind the Uncertety of this life and that mankind is borne to die when pleaase God to Call them, doe make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament as Followeth Viz: Imprs. my soul to God who gave it to me and my bodey to the dust to bee buried at discretion of my Ex.s as is hereafter mentioned and after my just debts paid which I Justly doe owe I Give as Followeth V.
Itam I give to my two sons James and John MOXLEY foare Negerows Geney Harry,Winey and Young Harry to be Equely devided between them.
I give to my son Joseph MOXLEY a track of Land Siterted and Lying on Tuskeroro run to him and his heirs Containing and hundred and fifty Acres and one Negerow Girle called Hanah to him and his heirs
I give to my son Thomas MOXLEY one Negerow boy Called Dick and the child that Geney is big with now and a horse now in his posseshon to him and his heirs for ever
Item I give to my well Beloved wife and my two sons James & John MOXLEY three fether beds and furneture to be Equeley Devided amongst the three
I give to my Daughter Elizabeth DANIEL foare pounds Cash
I give to my Daughter Jemimah WINSOR the rent of my Plantation above Goose Creek that is dew now
Item I leave the remainder part of my Estate to be Eaqully devided between my wife and James MOXLEY and Thomas MOXLEY and Mary Ann MOXLEY
I give to my son James MOXLEY my sorrell horse
I give to my brother William MOXLEY one thousand pounds of Tobacco to be paid by my Executors
Lastly I leave to my two sons Thomas and Joseph MOXLEY my whole and sole Execut. of this my Last Will and Testament Revoaking and disannulling all wills heretofore made Whareunto I have set my hand and fixed my seale this Sixth day of January Anno Dom. 1749 Tho. MOXLEY Seal
Sined Seled and Deliv. in the present of us
Francis PORTER Jane MOXLEY John SWILEVEN"
Added in the margin "Item. I give to my well beloved wife my black horse - I give to my son Thomas MOXLEY one fether bed and furniture"

The will was presented to the Fairfax County Court on March 27, 1750 by Thomas MOXLEY and Joseph MOXLEY and proved by the oaths of Jane MOXLEY and John SWILEVEN. The Administration Bond was acknowledged by Thomas MOXLEY, Joseph MOXLEY, Henry GUNNELL and James HAMILTON.
The lands on Tuscarora Run and "above Goose Creek" are now in Loudoun County. Elizabeth DANIEL legacy was paid to John O'DANIEL on settlement of the estate.

24 Jul 1752 Thomas MOXLEY's acc; Pd to JOSEPH CARR & WILLIAM WINDSOR. (William WINSOR m. Jemima MOXLEY) Fairfax Co, Va.

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Controversy over the maiden name of Thomas MOXLEY's wife Ann.:
Henry GUNNELL was one of Thomas' Estate Administrators, cited as evidence by some to support the family tradition that Thomas MOXLEY's wife Ann was a sister of Henry GUNNELL. There is a conflicting claim that Thomas' wife was Ann SMITH. "Thomas MOXLEY married by 26 March 1741 Ann SMITH, daughter of John SMITH, Sawyer, (16??-1718). DB#11, p.124; WB#4, p.21 [6 April 1752: Deed from the executors of Thomas Wright BELFIELD, Gentleman, deceased, to William Ford for certain land, reciting same was purchased 26 March 1741 by the said BELFIELD from Thomas MOXLEY who married Ann SMITH, daughter of John SMITH, SAWYER, deceased, per a deed of record in the Secretary's office. Unfortunately the many important documents of record in this repository and in the General Court of Virginia, were destroyed in 1865 when Richmond, Va., was burned. However, hidden references such as this, which give an insight to the documents once of record in these repositories, are frequent in the surviving records of the counties whose records have been preserved. [Marriages of Richmond County by King]" 117


General Notes: Wife - Ann --?--

There are two conflicting opinions as to who Ann, the wife of Thomas MOXLEY was, Ann SMITH or Ann GUNNELL. The issue is addressed by Julius H. Sorensen [deceased], 6544 Kerns Road, Falls Church, Va, 22044, in his work "William Moxley, Westmoreland County, Virginia", Copyright 1993, First Revised Edition:
"(4) 2. THOMAS MOXLEY, born before 1700, Westmoreland County, Virginia. died Fairfax County, Virginia, leaving a will dated 6 January 1749. (Will Book "A", Pages 319, 394, 527, Fairfax County Virginia.) Fairfax Harrison in his article "A Group of Northern Neck Families", published in 'Tylers Quarterly Magazine'. states; "One of the witnesses to Thomas Moxley's will was Henry Gunnell, which is evidence supporting the family tradition that Thomas Moxley's wife, Ann, was a sister of Henry Gunnell. Ann Gunnell was supposedly the daughter of William Gunnell, who described himself as of Westmoreland County, however, there is no evidence in the marriage records of Westmoreland County to indicate a marriage between Thomas Moxley and Ann Gunnell.
However, there is some evidence in Richmond County, Virginia records that seems to refute the said, "family tradition", and that Thomas married Ann Smith, daughter of John Smith, sawyer, before 26 March 1741. Deed Book 11, Page 124. (Will Book No. 4, Page 21) 6 April 1752, deed from the Executors of Thomas Wright Belfield, Gentleman, deceased, to William Ford for certain land, reciting the same was purchased 26 March 1741 by the said Belfield from Thomas Moxley, who married Ann Smith, daughter of Smith, sawyer.
(1) WILLIAM MOXLEY, & Ann Bush
(2) WILLIAM MOXLEY, & Unknown
(3) WILLIAM MOXLEY, children of: (Ann Quigley)
(4) 2. THOMAS MOXLEY, (continued)
Further evidence of the marriage of Thomas Moxley and Ann Smith, can be found in the following obituary.
ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE
August 7, 1843
"Died at Walnut Grove July 23, 1843, Mrs. Ann Smith Summers, widow and relict of George Summers, Esq., in the 85th year of her age. This venerable lady was the daughter of John Ratcliffe of Fairfax County, where she herself was born October 16, 1758, Although of delicate physical constitution, and often times the victim of disease she has survived all the contemporary members of her family."
John Ratcliffe married Ann (Smith) Moxley, widow of Thomas Moxley. Deed Book D-1, Part 1, Page 387, Fairfax County confirms this marriage of John Ratcliffe and Ann (Smith) Moxley, relating, "Joseph Moxley and Anne, his wife, jointly with John Ratcliffe, and Anne, his wife, late widow and relict of Thomas Moxley, deceased,"
Mrs. Ann Smith Summers, deceased, daughter of John Ratcliffe and Ann (Smith) Moxley, carried the name of Ann Smith (Ratcliffe) which contributes evidence that Thomas Moxley married Ann Smith. [http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.moxley/227.1/mb.ashx]

After Thomas MOXLEY's death, his widow Ann remarried to John RATCLIFFE before Mar 1757, confirmed by an indenture "between Joseph MOXLEY and Anne his wife, and John RATCLIFFE and Ann his wife of the County of Fairfax, late widow and relict of Thomas MOXLEY of the said county..." Joseph was a son of Thomas and Ann MOXLEY.

From another work, "...Richard was the son of John Ratcliffe and Ann (Smith) Moxley, the widow of Thomas Moxley..." [Richard Ratcliffe: The Founder by William Page Johnson, II, in The Fare Facs Gazette, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Winter 2005] 118

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John RATCLIFFE and Ann --?--




Husband John RATCLIFFE 121

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 15 March 1757 - Fairfax County, Virginia 121



Wife Ann --?-- 118,119,120

         Born: Abt 1704 - New Kent County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: After 15 March 1757 - Fairfax County, Virginia 119
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Thomas MOXLEY 117 - Bef 1721


Children
1 M Richard RATCLIFFE 125,126

         Born: Abt 1751 - Fairfax County, Virginia 126
   Christened: 
         Died: 1825 - Fairfax County, Virginia 126
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Louisiana BOWLING 126
         Marr: Bef 1778



General Notes: Wife - Ann --?--

There are two conflicting opinions as to who Ann, the wife of Thomas MOXLEY was, Ann SMITH or Ann GUNNELL. The issue is addressed by Julius H. Sorensen [deceased], 6544 Kerns Road, Falls Church, Va, 22044, in his work "William Moxley, Westmoreland County, Virginia", Copyright 1993, First Revised Edition:
"(4) 2. THOMAS MOXLEY, born before 1700, Westmoreland County, Virginia. died Fairfax County, Virginia, leaving a will dated 6 January 1749. (Will Book "A", Pages 319, 394, 527, Fairfax County Virginia.) Fairfax Harrison in his article "A Group of Northern Neck Families", published in 'Tylers Quarterly Magazine'. states; "One of the witnesses to Thomas Moxley's will was Henry Gunnell, which is evidence supporting the family tradition that Thomas Moxley's wife, Ann, was a sister of Henry Gunnell. Ann Gunnell was supposedly the daughter of William Gunnell, who described himself as of Westmoreland County, however, there is no evidence in the marriage records of Westmoreland County to indicate a marriage between Thomas Moxley and Ann Gunnell.
However, there is some evidence in Richmond County, Virginia records that seems to refute the said, "family tradition", and that Thomas married Ann Smith, daughter of John Smith, sawyer, before 26 March 1741. Deed Book 11, Page 124. (Will Book No. 4, Page 21) 6 April 1752, deed from the Executors of Thomas Wright Belfield, Gentleman, deceased, to William Ford for certain land, reciting the same was purchased 26 March 1741 by the said Belfield from Thomas Moxley, who married Ann Smith, daughter of Smith, sawyer.
(1) WILLIAM MOXLEY, & Ann Bush
(2) WILLIAM MOXLEY, & Unknown
(3) WILLIAM MOXLEY, children of: (Ann Quigley)
(4) 2. THOMAS MOXLEY, (continued)
Further evidence of the marriage of Thomas Moxley and Ann Smith, can be found in the following obituary.
ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE
August 7, 1843
"Died at Walnut Grove July 23, 1843, Mrs. Ann Smith Summers, widow and relict of George Summers, Esq., in the 85th year of her age. This venerable lady was the daughter of John Ratcliffe of Fairfax County, where she herself was born October 16, 1758, Although of delicate physical constitution, and often times the victim of disease she has survived all the contemporary members of her family."
John Ratcliffe married Ann (Smith) Moxley, widow of Thomas Moxley. Deed Book D-1, Part 1, Page 387, Fairfax County confirms this marriage of John Ratcliffe and Ann (Smith) Moxley, relating, "Joseph Moxley and Anne, his wife, jointly with John Ratcliffe, and Anne, his wife, late widow and relict of Thomas Moxley, deceased,"
Mrs. Ann Smith Summers, deceased, daughter of John Ratcliffe and Ann (Smith) Moxley, carried the name of Ann Smith (Ratcliffe) which contributes evidence that Thomas Moxley married Ann Smith. [http://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.moxley/227.1/mb.ashx]

After Thomas MOXLEY's death, his widow Ann remarried to John RATCLIFFE before Mar 1757, confirmed by an indenture "between Joseph MOXLEY and Anne his wife, and John RATCLIFFE and Ann his wife of the County of Fairfax, late widow and relict of Thomas MOXLEY of the said county..." Joseph was a son of Thomas and Ann MOXLEY.

From another work, "...Richard was the son of John Ratcliffe and Ann (Smith) Moxley, the widow of Thomas Moxley..." [Richard Ratcliffe: The Founder by William Page Johnson, II, in The Fare Facs Gazette, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Winter 2005] 118

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William LEWIS and Ann --?--




Husband William LEWIS

         Born: Abt 1640
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     Marriage: Bef 1665



Wife Ann --?--

         Born: Abt 1640
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Children
1 F Catherine LEWIS

         Born: Abt 1665
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1713
       Buried: 
       Spouse: William TALBOTT
         Marr: 1685



Notes: Marriage

http://users.wirelessfrontier.net/~acree/fam00166.htm
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John THREEWETS and Ann --?--




Husband John THREEWETS

         Born: Cir 1700
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         Died: Bef 20 March 1749 - Surry County, Virginia
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Cir 1723



Wife Ann --?--

         Born: Cir 1705
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Children
1 M John THREEWITS, Jr.

         Born: Cir 1724 - Virginia
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2 M Peter THREEWITS

         Born: Cir 1726 - Virginia
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Amy BOBBITT
         Marr: Bef 1749


3 F Daughter THREEWITS

         Born: Cir 1728
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Robert NEWMAN
         Marr: Bef 1747 - Virginia


4 M Capt. Joel THREEWITS, RS-SC 127

         Born: 1730 - Surry County, Virginia 128
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 13 September 1784 - South Carolina 129
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Jemima WILLIAMSON
         Marr: Cir 1750
       Spouse: Mary HAY
         Marr: Abt 1775


5 M Edward THREEWITS

         Born: Cir 1732 - Virginia
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         Died: 
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6 F Lucy THREEWITS

         Born: Cir 1734
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General Notes: Husband - John THREEWETS

"John THREEWETS of Surry. Will. Date" 14 Nov 1749. Rec: 20 March 1749. John THREEWETS, Executor. Sons: Peter, JOEL, EDWARD and John THREEWETS. Son in law: Robert NEWMAN. Daughter: Lucy THREEWETS. Wife: Ann. Witnesses: Robert NEWMAN, John THREEWETS, Jr. and Thomas OLIVER. (Mentions land in Brunswick Co. (VA)." (Source: Surry County, VA wills. Rcvd from Audrey Pool)
Another abstract: "THREWITS, John: Leg - To son, Peter, 325 acres of land on the south side of Nottoway River, and west side of Cabbib Stick Swamp. To son in law, Robert NEWMAN, 214 acres, where he now lives on the south side of Nottoway River. To son, Joel, 450 acres in Brunswick County on the south side of Three Creeks and one Negro . To son, Edward, 175 acres of land in Surry County on the south side of Nottoway River and each side of Cabbin Swamp and one Negro. To daughter, Lucy THREWETS (sic), one Negro and 15 pounds, money. To my son, John; and my wife Ann, the Plantation I live on and all the rest of est. Makes them exers. 14 Nov 1749. Prob.: 20 Mar 1749. Wit: Robert NEWMAN, John THREEWETS, Junior, Thomas OLIVER. Book 8, p. 623." (Wills and Administrations of Surry County,VA, 1671-1750 by Eliza Timberlake Davis, from Audrey Pool)
From Deed Book 4, Brunswick County, VA: "Joell THREEWITTS of St Andrew Parish in Brunswick Co to David MEREDITH of Bath Parish in Dinwiddie Co. 8 Jun 1752. L20. 100 acres which was part of a 450 acre patent to Bartholomew PETERSON dated 1746 who deed it to John THREEWITTS Apr 1749 who willed it to his son Joell THREEWITTS in his will dated 1749, on the north side of the Three Creeks, joining MABRY, John COLLIER, Dionysius WRIGHT. Wit: Thomas SHAKELL, Abraham PEEBLES, Robert WHITEHALL. Proved 28 Jul 1752. Litt Tazewell CC." And Joel THREEWITS witnessed the following deeds as recorded in Deed Book 5, Brunswick County, VA: "Thomas (mark) HARWELL of St Andrews Parish in Brunswick Co to John WILLIAMSON of Bristol Parish in Prince George Co. 24 Apr 1754. L50 VA. 100 acres on the south side of the Three Creeks, joining JOEL THREEWITTS, his brother John, said John WILLIAMSON. Wit: Joel THREEWITTS, William VAUGHAN, Jemima THREEWITTS. Proved 28 May 1754. Probate indicates that Sarah the wife of said Thomas relinquished of dower. Litt Tazewell CC."


General Notes: Wife - Ann --?--

Ann is named in the 1749 LW&T of her husband, John THREEWETS of Surry County, Virginia: To my son, John; and my wife Ann, the Plantation I live on and all the rest of est. Makes them exers.
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William ALLEN and Ann --?--




Husband William ALLEN

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef 13 April 1789 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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Wife Ann --?--

         Born: 
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         Died: After 1789
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Children
1 M Young ALLEN

         Born: 
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         Died: 26 June 1834 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Susannah RICHARDSON


2 M Turner ALLEN

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3 M Pleasant ALLEN

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4 M Grey ALLEN

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5 F Dolly ALLEN

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6 F Elizabeth ALLEN

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       Spouse: BURNETT
         Marr: Bef 1789


7 M Drury ALLEN

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8 F Lucy ALLEN

         Born: 
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       Spouse: MORGAN
         Marr: Bef 1789


9 M John ALLEN

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10 M William ALLEN

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11 M Darling ALLEN

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12 F Martha ALLEN

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       Spouse: JARRETT
         Marr: Bef 1789


13 F Meredith ALLEN

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14 M Robert ALLEN

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15 F Susanna ALLEN

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16 M Joseph ALLEN

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17 M Pines ALLEN

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18 F Nancy ALLEN

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19 F Fanny Smith ALLEN

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General Notes: Husband - William ALLEN

Mecklenburg County Wills, 1765-1799 - Abstracts: By: Katherine B. Elliott
"ALLEN, William Will Book 1, Page 15
Names: Wife - Ann ALLEN
Children: Robert ALLEN, Susanna ALLEN, Joseph ALLEN, Pines ALLEN, Nancy ALLEN, Fanny Smith* ALLEN - Wife to raise these six youngest children.
Bequest to wife - land on west side of Mountain Creek and other property for natural life.
Children: Pleasant ALLEN, land on Mountain Creek, Grey ALLEN, horse and 25 pounds cash, Dolly ALLEN, 5 shillings cash, Elizabeth BURNETT 5 pounds cash.
Remainder of estate not willed above to be divided among the following children. Turner ALLEN, *Drury ALLEN, Lucy MORGAN, John ALLEN, William ALLEN, Darling ALLEN, Martha JARRETT, Young ALLEN and Meredith ALLEN.
Executors: Isaac JOHNSON, Elisha ARNOLD and son Drury ALLEN.
Witnesses: Samuel MARSHALL, Walter EVANS and Stephen EVANS.
Will dated February 4, 1789. Recorded April 13, 1789"
*Note: In one of our families, JONES, Joseph and Josiah are used interchangably. The mother uses one, the father the other, in their wills. (aep=Audrey Ellen Pool)



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James O. TUCKER and Ann --?--




Husband James O. TUCKER 130

         Born: Abt 1805 - Virginia
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1840



Wife Ann --?-- 130

         Born: Abt 1810 - Virginia
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         Died: 
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Children
1 M George W. TUCKER 130

         Born: Abt 1840 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary F. --?-- 130
         Marr: September 1869 - Virginia 131


2 M James L. TUCKER 130

         Born: March 1842 - Virginia 132
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Georgia A. --?-- 130
         Marr: April 1869 - Virginia 131


3 M John P. TUCKER 130

         Born: Abt 1845 - Virginia
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4 F Mary V. TUCKER 130

         Born: Abt 1849 - Virginia
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5 M Theodore F. TUCKER 130

         Born: Abt 1852 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - James O. TUCKER

In 1870, John GUNNELL, grandson of Catherine O'DANIEL and Henry GUNNELL, resides in the household of James O. TUCKER and family, next door neighbors of George G. COLEMAN, John's nephew by his sister Sarah GUNNELL.
1870 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, Dranesville Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1645 Page: 270: 191 190 TUCKER James O 65 M W Farmer 3500 1000 VA; -- Ann 60 F W Keeping House VA; -- George W. 30 M W Farm hand VA Sep (Married in Sep, wife is Mary F., below, also married in Sep); -- James L. 28 M W Farm hand VA APR (Married in Apr, wife is Georgia A., below, also married in Apr); -- John P. 25 M W Farm hand VA; -- Mary V. 21 F W Without occupation VA; -- Theodore F. 18 M W Farm hand VA; -- Mary F. 21 F W Without occupation VA Sep (Wife of George W.); -- Georgia A. 22 F W Without occupation VA Apr (Wife of James L.); GUNNELL, John 77 M W Farmer 12,500 1000 VA.
WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP THAT ALLOWS JOHN TO BE IN JAMES TUCKER'S HOUSEHOLD?
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Deopold LEWIS and Ann A. --?--




Husband Deopold LEWIS 133

         Born: Abt 1817 - Strasburg, Germany 133
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1900 134
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Cir 1844



Wife Ann A. --?-- 133

         Born: January 1818 - South Carolina 134
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1 June 1900 134
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Mary LEWIS 133

         Born: June 1844 - South Carolina 134
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Samuel DIBBLE 133,135
         Marr: Abt 1865



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Joseph BELL and Ann Catherine --?--




Husband Joseph BELL 136,137

         Born: 1881 - Texas 137
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Father: Augustus Poole BELL (1849-      ) 138
       Mother: Mary COTTINGHAM (Abt 1857-      ) 139


     Marriage: Abt 1916



Wife Ann Catherine --?-- 137,140

         Born: 1883 - California 137
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Children
1 M William J. BELL 137,140

         Born: 1907 - California 137
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2 M Arthur C. BELL 137

         Born: 1912 - California 137
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General Notes: Husband - Joseph BELL

Joseph BELL lived in San Francisco, California. He owned a chain of furniture stores.

1910 U.S. Census, California, San Francisco County, Assembly Dist 41; Series: T624 Roll: 101 Page: 27: Filbert St 1269 179 254 BELL Joseph D. Head M W 30 M1 1 MO MO MO Contractor General; -- Annie Wife F W 26 M1 1 1 CA CA CA; -- William Son M W 2 CA MO CA; WILD Elizabeth Roomer F W 39 M 1 IA MA VA Hat manufacturer.

1920 U.S. Census, California, San Francisco County, 6-Pct 32nd Assembly Dist; Series: T625 Roll: 137 Page: 41: Filbert St 1269 59 117 BELL Joseph D. Head M W 38 M TX AL AL Furniture manufacturer; -- Catherine Wife F W 36 M CA TX CA; -- William J. Son M W 12 S CA TX CA; -- Arthur C. Son M W 7 S CA TX CA. (Note: Arthur is listed in the bottom margin of the page, not on a numbered line. RLD) 136
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Winfield DANIEL and Ann J. --?--




Husband Winfield DANIEL 141

         Born: 17 August 1936 - Troup County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 February 1978 - Cumberland County, North Carolina 141
       Buried: 13 February 1978 - Olive Branch Baptist Church Cemetery, Heard County, Georgia


       Father: Noah Webster DANIEL (1905-1958) 141
       Mother: Eddie Bell WRIGHT (1918-1974) 141,142


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Mi Chi Cha KANG



Wife Ann J. --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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Children

General Notes: Husband - Winfield DANIEL

Winfred Daniel was a son of Noah W. Daniel and Eddie Belle Wright and a grandson of John Henry Daniel and Savannah Brand.

"Winfield Daniel was located in the US City Directories 1821-1989, the year 1956 living in LaGrange, Georgia along with his wife Ann J. His SSN was 256-50-8439." [David Rowl]

At some later point, an "s" was added to his surname.

Winfield served in the U.S. Army in Vietnam. He rose to the rank of Sergeant First Class.

Winfield DANIELS, son of Noah Webster DANIELS and [Eddie Bell] WRIGHT, was born 17 August 1936 in Troup County, Georgia, died 9 February 1978 in Fort Bragg, Cumberland County, North Carolina at age 41. He was buried in Olive Branch Baptist Cemetery, Franklin, Heard County, Georgia. on 13 February 1978. Winfield was a soldier. He resided at 1158 Honeycutt Road, Fayetteville, Cumberland County, North Carolina. His wife was Mi Chi Cha KANG. ["North Carolina, Deaths, 1931-1994," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FG51-JQG : accessed 17 Oct 2012), Winfield Daniels, 09 Feb 1978.]

Winfield is buried in Olive Branch Cemetery, Heard County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 99086593:

WINFIELD
DANIELS
SFC
US ARMY
VIETNAM
1936
1978

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John McCREA and Ann R. --?--




Husband John McCREA

         Born: Abt 1788 - South Carolina
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         Died: 
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     Marriage: Cir 1824



Wife Ann R. --?--

         Born: Abt 1802 - South Carolina
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Children
1 F Mary Jane McCREA 143

         Born: February 1837 - Mississippi 144
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Richard DUDLEY 143,145
         Marr: Abt 1854



General Notes: Husband - John McCREA

1850 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Wilkinson County; Series: M432 Roll: 382 Page: 277:
111 114 McCREA John J. 24 M . Planter 550 MS;
McCREA Mary A. 20 F MS;
McCREA John 62 M Planter 3,500 SC;
McCREA Ann R. 48 F SC;
McCREA Mary J. 18 F MS;
McCREA Louisa C. 14 F MS;
McCREA Danl. 11 M MS;
McCREA Eugenia A. 7 F MS.
(http://ftp.us-census.org/pub/usgenweb/census/ms/wilkinson/1850/pg0270a.txt)
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Joseph HAZEL and Anna --?--




Husband Joseph HAZEL 146

         Born: 1798 - South Carolina 146
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 October 1885 - Beaufort County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Beaufort Baptist Church Cemetery, Beaufort County, South Carolina
     Marriage: Bef 1829



Wife Anna --?-- 147

         Born: Abt 1813 - South Carolina 147
   Christened: 
         Died: 1876 146
       Buried:  - Beaufort Baptist Church Cemetery, Beaufort County, South Carolina


Children
1 M Thomas W. HAZEL 148

         Born: 1825 - South Carolina 148
   Christened: 
         Died: 1862
       Buried:  - Blackville City Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Rebecca Emily RICE 55
         Marr: Abt 1847


2 F Susan J. HAZEL 149

         Born: February 1831 - South Carolina 149
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 December 1911 - Beaufort County, South Carolina
       Buried: 17 December 1911 - Beaufort Baptist Church Cemetery, Beaufort County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Charles Henry RICE, Jr. 55,149
         Marr: 23 May 1850 - Beaufort County, South Carolina



General Notes: Husband - Joseph HAZEL

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Beaufort County, Beaufort Twp, Beaufort P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1485 Page: 21: 226 304 HAZEL, Joseph 70 M W 2500 100 SC; -- Anna 57 F W SC; -- Josephine 20 F W SC; -- Julia 16 F W SC; -- Fanny 13 F W SC; RICE Susan 40 F W SC...

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Beaufort County, Beaufort; Series: T9 Roll: 1221 Page: 7: 128 164 HAZEL Joseph W M 82 S _______ SC SC SC; -- W. Gonan [as indexed] W M 52 Son S Light house keeper SC SC SC; RICE Susan W F 49 Dau Wd Seamstress SC SC SC; HAZEL Josephine W F 30 GrDau S At home SC SC SC; -- Fanny W F 22 GrDau S At home SC SC SC.

Beaufort, October 18... Mr. Joseph Hazel, widely known as a famous ante-bellum planter and manager, died here today at the advanced age of eighty-seven years. [The Charleston News and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina, Monday, October 19, 1885, Page 1]

Joseph Hazel is buried in Beaufort Baptist Churchyard, Beaufort, Beaufort County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 83548210. Oddly, no individual names are on the stone.

FATHER
1798 __ 1885

MOTHER
1801___ 1876

HAZEL


General Notes: Wife - Anna --?--

Anna, age 57, born about 1813, is the apparent wife of Joseph Hazel in the 1870 census of Beaufort County, South Carolina. She is not with Joseph on the 1880 census.

A picture of Joseph's headstone in Beaufort Baptist Churchyard, Beaufort, Beaufort County, South Carolina, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 83548210. Oddly, no individual names are on the stone. His wife died in 1876, but the her year of birth does not coincide the Anna's age in 1870.

FATHER
1798 __ 1885

MOTHER
1801___ 1876

HAZEL

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Johnny BAZEMORE, Jr. and Anna --?--




Husband Johnny BAZEMORE, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Johnny Bernard BAZEMORE, Jr.
       Mother: Patricia Ann DANIELL


     Marriage: 



Wife Anna --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 F Megan BAZEMORE (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Laura BAZEMORE (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Ginny BAZEMORE (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Daniel BAZEMORE (details suppressed for this person)

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William McCUTCHEN and Anna --?--




Husband William McCUTCHEN 150

         Born: 11 March 1760 - Augusta County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 October 1827 - Henry County, Georgia
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Anna --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 M Judge Benjamin Reeves McCUTCHEN 151

         Born: 8 April 1797 - Hall County, Georgia 152
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 January 1870 - Walker County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Jane BELL 151,152
         Marr: 16 October 1821



General Notes: Husband - William McCUTCHEN

William McCUTCHEN came from Augusta County, Virginia, and settled in Elbert County, Georgia about 1791. He married Anna

Bruce Howard, professional genealogist and descendant of William McCutchen, provided the following by email on Tuesday, 8 January 2013"
"William McCutchen was not a senior. I have never found a record where he was referred to as William Milligan McCutchen. In fact in his estate papers he signed his name only as William McCutchen. Also I have never found a month or day of his birth or the exact date of his death. The best I have been to determine from the few court records in Henry County, Georgia is that he died sometime between December, 1826 and February 1827 but because of the scarcity of record evidence I can not dispute these exact dates that others have given to him....
I found the book that was published several years ago that stated that William McCutchen was a soldier of the Revolution but it did not give any source information or any evidence to back up that assumption. His brother Joseph R. McCutchen was older and did serve in the war and was granted land in Georgia for that service, but not William. I believe someone made it up. There is the outside chance that he could have served in the Virginia Militia in the last years of the war. But if he was a soldier of the Revolution the State of Georgia would have recognized him as such and given him bounty land for it as they did his brother.
I have found no evidence whatsoever to indicate that William was married to a woman named Margaret Kennedy. The fact is that his only wife, Anna, in her will named all of the children of William McCutchen as her own children. She did not call any of them "my step-son" so and so. They were all her "beloved children" from the oldest to the youngest.
Their children were, as listed in their wills: Robert, John, Joseph, Mark, Benjamin R., William M., Elisha M. K., and Martha Ann Elizabeth McCutchen. Eight children who survived to adulthood and all married and had issue.
Joseph and William McCutchen emigrated from Augusta County, Virginia to Elbert County, Georgia about the year 1791/92. William's son, Joseph, was born in Virginia in 1790 according to one of his son's. My ancestor, the next in order, Mark McCutchen, was born in 1794 in Elbert County, Georgia. So I have fixed the time of their coming at about 1792, which would allow for travel over a long and difficult distance. It would also allow for time to locate a plantation and construct suitable houses for their families in the rural upland areas of early Georgia. I have been to Elbert County and although it is easy traveling in modern times I can imagine what it may have been like in the early 1790's with all of the hills, deep ravines, creeks and rivers with so few roads."

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MITCHELL and Anna --?--




Husband MITCHELL

         Born: Cir 1795
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1880
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Anna --?--

         Born: Abt 1797 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1880
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Nancy MITCHELL 153

         Born: 16 January 1830 - Georgia 153
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 November 1914
       Buried:  - Smith-Jones Cemetery, Clay County, Alabama
       Spouse: Bannister ROYSTER



General Notes: Wife - Anna --?--

United States Census, 1880 for Anna Mitchell [in home of Bannister Royster]
Name: Anna Mitchell
Residence: Ashland, Clay, Alabama
Birthdate: 1797
Birthplace: South Carolina, United States
Relationship to Head: Mother-in-law
Father's Birthplace: North Carolina, United States
Mother's Birthplace: North Carolina, United States
Race or Color (Expanded): White
Ethnicity (Standardized): American
Gender: Female
Martial Status: Widowed
Age (Expanded): 83 years
NARA Film Number: T9-0007 Page: 77 Page Character: D Entry Number: 1159 Film number: 1254007
Banister Royister M 64
Nancy Royister F 49
Lemiel Royister M 17
Hosea Royister M 21
Wilkins Royister M 16
Martha Royister F 13
Banister Royister M 10
Nancy J. Royister F 8
Ida Royister F 6
Nancy Wilkins F 22
Anna Mitchell F 83

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Michael Johannes RUDULPH and Anna --?--




Husband Michael Johannes RUDULPH

         Born: Cir 1695 - Austria
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     Marriage: Bef 1719



Wife Anna --?--

         Born: Cir 1700 - Austria
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Children
1 M Jacob RUDULPH

         Born: 1726 - New Castle County, Delaware
   Christened: 
         Died: 1800 - Camden Mills, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Rachel JOHNSTON
         Marr: 1748
       Spouse: Frances --?--
         Marr: Bef 1770



General Notes: Husband - Michael Johannes RUDULPH

Michael Johannes RUDULPH and his wife Anna immigrated to America from Europe in 1719. They were from Austria. He was soldier and she was a princess. To marry, they had to leave Austria.They settled first in Delaware and later moved to Maryland. They had 8 children: Johannes, born on voyage to America; Tobias RUDULPH I, born 1722, died 1787; Margaret; Jacob, born 1726 in New Castle County, Delaware, moved to Camden Mills, South Carolina in 1798. died 1800 in Camden Mills; Hans; Bartholomew; Joseph; and Ann.


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Henry C. LOVE and Anna --?--




Husband Henry C. LOVE 154

         Born: August 1863 - West Virginia 155
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       Father: James J. LOVE (Abt 1824-After 1880) 156,157
       Mother: Sarah A. HURST (Abt 1833-After 1870) 156


     Marriage: Abt 1886 155



Wife Anna --?-- 158

         Born: September 1865 - West Virginia 155
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         Died: 
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Children
1 F Sallie LOVE 155

         Born: September 1891 - West Virginia 155
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         Died: 
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2 F Hazel LOVE 155

         Born: July 1895 - West Virginia 155
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         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Henry C. LOVE

1900 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Marshall County, 2-Wd Moundsville, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 1765 Page: 232:
Line 85 LOVE Henry C. Head W M Aug 1863 36 M 13 WV WV WV Guard prison; -- Annie Wife W F Sep 1865 34 M 13 2 2 WV WV WV; -- Sallie Dau W F Sep 1891 8 S WV WV WV; -- Hazel Dau W F July 1895 4 S WV WV WV.

1910 U.S. Census, West Virginia, Marshall County, 2-Wd Moundsville, 15 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 1688 Page: 223: LOVE Henry C. HEAD M W 46 M1 22 WV VA VA Guard Western Prison; -- Anna Wife F W 45 M1 22 2 2 WV WV Scotland; -- Sallie Dau F W 18 S WV WV WV; -- Hazel Dau F W 13 S WV WV WV.

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Lewis F. ANDERSON and Anna --?--




Husband Lewis F. ANDERSON 159,160

         Born: Abt 1843 - Georgia
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1873

 Other Spouse: Sarah Irene WINSHIP 160 - Bef 1867



Wife Anna --?-- 161

         Born: Abt 1848 - Kentucky
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         Died: 
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Children
1 F Eloise ANDERSON 161

         Born: Abt 1885 - Georgia
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General Notes: Husband - Lewis F. ANDERSON

Lewis F. ANDERSON is also found in records as Louis F. ANDERSON.

1870 GEORGIA BIBB MACON, 5 July 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 136 Page: 822: 1123 1389 ANDERSON Lewis F. 26 M W GroceryWhos. 1,000 2,000 SC; -- Irene 26 F W Keeping house GA; -- Rosa 3 F W GA; -- Ida 1 F W GA; WINSHIP Isaac 68 M W Book & Shoe Distributor(?) 5000 4100 Mass; -- Martha 57 F W No occupation GA; DICKENSON Ophelia 18 F B Domestic Servt GA; -- Violet 10 F B At home GA.

Lewis' first wife, Irene, died 6 April 1873, not long after giving birth to her daughter, Irene, in 1872. Lewis remarried to Anna before 1876 when Eloise was born

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Coweta County, Newnan, (Family History Library Film 1254142 NA Film Number T9-0142 Page Number 561A); Series T9 Roll: 142 Page: 561: Lewis F ANDERSON Self M Male W 36 SC Cotton Broker SC SC; Anna ANDERSON Wife M Female W 32 KY Keeping House VA KY; Rosa W ANDERSON Dau S Female W 12 GA Going To School SC GA; Ida ANDERSON Dau S Female W 10 GA Going To School SC GA; Irene ANDERSON Dau S Female W 8 GA Going To School SC GA; Eloise ANDERSON Dau S Female W 4 GA SC KY; Mary CLARK Other S Female B 20 GA Cooks GA GA.

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Elisha WEEKS and Anna --?--




Husband Elisha WEEKS

         Born: Cir 1780
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Benjamin WEEKS (Cir 1742-      )
       Mother: Sarah --?-- (Cir 1744-      )


     Marriage: Bef 1804



Wife Anna --?--

         Born: Cir 1782
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         Died: 
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Children
1 M Drury WEEKS

         Born: 1804 - Rutherford County, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1880 - Cherokee County, North Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Caroline KING
         Marr: Abt 1846


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