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Colonel John Sherrod THOMAS, War of 1812 and Eliza Hester NEYLE




Husband Colonel John Sherrod THOMAS, War of 1812

         Born: 1779 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 January 1881 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried: 11 January 1881 - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: James THOMAS, RS-GA (Abt 1747-1844) 3379
       Mother: Martha WALKER (1759-1856) 3379


     Marriage: 9 July 1837 - Baldwin County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Mary Bryan NEYLE - 24 June 1830 - Richmond County, Georgia



Wife Eliza Hester NEYLE

         Born: 12 September 1799 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 May 1882
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: Samson NEYLE
       Mother: 




Children
1 M Henry Percival THOMAS, C.S.A.

         Born: 7 July 1838 - Baldwin County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 June 1892 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia




General Notes: Husband - Colonel John Sherrod THOMAS, War of 1812

John Sherrod Thomas.
Col. J. S. Thomas was born in 1779, on Rocky Creek, Hancock county, Ga., and died at Midway, Ga., January 9, 1881. He was the son of Martha Walker and James Thomas, who were married in Virginia-removed to Columbia county, Ga. And thence to Hancock county. His mother, Martha, was born in 1747, in Goochland county, Va. No date is known as to his father's birth. Martha Thomas died in Midway in 1856, at the age of 109 years.-James, her husband, died in Hancock, at the age of 97; both are buried at the old family graveyard about 8 miles east of Milledgeville. Of the early life of Judge Thomas but little is known. He had such education that could be obtained from the common schools of the country, at a time when he and all the family were frequently called together to fly to the nearest block house for protection from the Indians, his mother packing them on the horses, while his father, together with the men in the community, gathered and gave battle to the foe in defence of their homes.
In 1806, he was commissioned by the Governor, Captain of a Volunteer company, raised mostly on the eastern side of the river, and was several times ordered out to repel local invasions of the adjacent Indians, and held that command until 1812. In 1813, he went into what is known as the war of 1812, as Lieutenant of Artillery, in a company commanded by Capt. Jett Thomas, who resigned after one year's service, leaving J. S. Thomas in command as Captain. The artillery company and the Baldwin Blues, were order to rendezvous at Long Shoals, August 13, 1813, by the government.
After the war, he made a contract with the government to supply subsistence stores to the army, then serving in the Creek Nation. He served in that capacity several years to the full satisfaction of Wm. H. Crawford, then Secretary of War. He was offered, by Gen. Glasscock, and later by Gen. Gaines, the position of Assistant Adjutant General, but declined on the ground that he had been offered and accepted the position of Pay Master for the volunteer troops, who had not been paid off, and as he had to go to Washington to settle his own account, he could attend to that business better than any one else, owing to the great confidence felt toward him by Wm. H. Crawford, Secretary of War.
He succeeded in both missions, promptly. His own record says, Mr. Crawford gave an order to the Auditor, saying, "I know this man, settle his accounts without red tape, and see that he has the money to pay off the volunteers."
Going into civil life, he lost heavily by a too generous nature and too implicit confidence in the honestly of others. He settled a large estate on the sugar lands of Louisiana, but losing a brother there of yellow fever, he gave up that country and concluded to locate himself in Dooly county, Ga.
About 1825, on the occasion of Lafayette's visit to Milledgeville, he was Marshal of the Day. Subsequently on the occasion of Henry Clay's visit to Milledgeville, he, together with the late Col. A. H. Kenan and Seaton Grantland, were appointed a committee to go to Gordon and receive and escort the distinguished guest to the city.
In 1841, he and Col. Miller Grieve were elected to the House and Col. A. H. Kenan to the Senate.
In 1844, he was appointed Director, by the Governor of the Central Bank of Ga., and he and the late A. M. Nisbet, cashier, had the arduous task of winding up the affairs of that institution. He gave his whole time and attention to this business, and nearly cost him his life, by causing the most severe illness he had ever experienced.
In 1845-46 he was Judge of the Inferior Court.
In 1866 he became a member of the Protestant Episcopal Church.
His losses by overweening confidence in his fellow man in early life, and later by the results of the war, he bore with a stoicism rarely seen, and which to a certain extent he must have learned from the Indians, who he used to say were always his friends, and who used to escort him when he had large sums of money to carry through the country.
In 1862, he made a contract with the government for supplying brandy and whisky. He soon found his distiller trying to defraud the government and discharged him at once. Speculators tried to buy from him and were notified they would be kicked off the premises immediately. He had an intense hatred for any man who would speculate on the fortunes of the government, and the Confederate States inspectors always took his statement without any vouchers or inspections. A speculator he would kick into the road, but any Confederate soldier, however humble, always found a hearty welcome and always left him with a well-filled haversack and a canteen of peach and honey: and the annual fleece of a flock of 400 sheep was given freely to the wives, sisters and daughters of the sons of the Confederacy, to be woven into cloth and socks to assist their tattered rags in keeping out of the cold. But a few months before the close of the war, when the result was inevitable, he sold $40,000 worth of cotton and invested in Confederate bonds-such was his confidence.
The funeral of the late Judge John S. Thomas took place on Tuesday from the Episcopal Church in this city. The impressive services were conducted by Rev. J. M. Stoney, the pastor. The remains were followed to the cemetery by a large number of citizens, notwithstanding the extreme inclemency of the day. Source: Union and Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia, January 18, 1881, Page 4. [http://genforum.genealogy.com/walker/messages/30170.html]

In the 1820 census of Baldwin County, Georgia, John S. Thomas, age 26-45, resides alone, living next to his brother David and family. John has 19 slaves, 18 in agriculture.

1840 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County,
John S. Thomas 2 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . \\ . 3 1 . . 1 . . . . . . 1
[2 males under 5, 1 male 5-10, 1 male 40-50; 3 females 5-10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 30-40, 1 female 100 and upwards.

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, District 318, Milledgeville; Series: M432 Roll: 61 Page 118:
435 John S. Thomas 58 M Farmer 5000 GA
Eliza " 50 F GA
Maryanne " 19 F GA
John G. 17 M GA
Elija M. " 16 M GA
Bryan " 14 M GA
Henry " 12 M GA
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Mary Thomas 108 F VA

John Sherrod Thomas and Elijah Butts were the delegates from Dooley County, Georgia to the Georgia Secession Convention. Both voted to secede from the Union.

John Sherrod is buried in Memory Hill Cemetery, Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone is on A Grave Memorial# 17867812:

JOHN S.
THOMAS
BORN 1779,
DIED JANUARY
9, 1881

His military headsdtone:

1 LT.
JOHN SHERROD THOMAS
THOMAS'
CO.
GA. MIL.
WAR OF 1812


General Notes: Wife - Eliza Hester NEYLE

Eliza H. Neyle was the sister of Mary Bryan Neyle, first wife of John S. Thomas of Baldwin County, Georgia. Mary died in 1836, leaving four yound children. Eliza then married John S. Thomas in 1937.

In the 1850 census of Baldwin County, Georgia, Eliza, age 50, is the wife of John S. Thomas. She was born in Georgia. Their son Henry is age 12.

Eliza Hester Thomas, born Sep. 12, 1799, died May 15, 1882. She is buried in Memory Hill Cemetery, Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia. Find A Grave Memorial# 20714484


Notes: Marriage

John S. Thomas, Esq. married Eliza H. Neyle on July 6, 1837 in Baldwin County, Georgia. John W. Baker, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Milledgeville, officiated. ["Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950,"]

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Colonel John Sherrod THOMAS, War of 1812 and Mary Bryan NEYLE




Husband Colonel John Sherrod THOMAS, War of 1812

         Born: 1779 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 January 1881 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried: 11 January 1881 - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: James THOMAS, RS-GA (Abt 1747-1844) 3379
       Mother: Martha WALKER (1759-1856) 3379


     Marriage: 24 June 1830 - Richmond County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Eliza Hester NEYLE - 9 July 1837 - Baldwin County, Georgia



Wife Mary Bryan NEYLE

         Born: 12 October 1797
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 May 1836 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: Samson NEYLE
       Mother: 




Children
1 F Maryanne THOMAS 3503

         Born: Abt 1831 - Baldwin County, Georgia 3503
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M John G. THOMAS, C.S.A.

         Born: Abt 1833 - Baldwin County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 November 1906
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia



3 M Elija THOMAS

         Born: Abt 1835 - Baldwin County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M Brigadier General Bryan Morel THOMAS, CSA 1952,4233

         Born: 8 May 1836 - Baldwin County, Georgia 4834
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 July 1905 - Whitfield County, Georgia
       Buried:  - West Hill Cemetery
       Spouse: Mary WITHERS 1952,4233
         Marr: Abt 1864



General Notes: Husband - Colonel John Sherrod THOMAS, War of 1812

John Sherrod Thomas.
Col. J. S. Thomas was born in 1779, on Rocky Creek, Hancock county, Ga., and died at Midway, Ga., January 9, 1881. He was the son of Martha Walker and James Thomas, who were married in Virginia-removed to Columbia county, Ga. And thence to Hancock county. His mother, Martha, was born in 1747, in Goochland county, Va. No date is known as to his father's birth. Martha Thomas died in Midway in 1856, at the age of 109 years.-James, her husband, died in Hancock, at the age of 97; both are buried at the old family graveyard about 8 miles east of Milledgeville. Of the early life of Judge Thomas but little is known. He had such education that could be obtained from the common schools of the country, at a time when he and all the family were frequently called together to fly to the nearest block house for protection from the Indians, his mother packing them on the horses, while his father, together with the men in the community, gathered and gave battle to the foe in defence of their homes.
In 1806, he was commissioned by the Governor, Captain of a Volunteer company, raised mostly on the eastern side of the river, and was several times ordered out to repel local invasions of the adjacent Indians, and held that command until 1812. In 1813, he went into what is known as the war of 1812, as Lieutenant of Artillery, in a company commanded by Capt. Jett Thomas, who resigned after one year's service, leaving J. S. Thomas in command as Captain. The artillery company and the Baldwin Blues, were order to rendezvous at Long Shoals, August 13, 1813, by the government.
After the war, he made a contract with the government to supply subsistence stores to the army, then serving in the Creek Nation. He served in that capacity several years to the full satisfaction of Wm. H. Crawford, then Secretary of War. He was offered, by Gen. Glasscock, and later by Gen. Gaines, the position of Assistant Adjutant General, but declined on the ground that he had been offered and accepted the position of Pay Master for the volunteer troops, who had not been paid off, and as he had to go to Washington to settle his own account, he could attend to that business better than any one else, owing to the great confidence felt toward him by Wm. H. Crawford, Secretary of War.
He succeeded in both missions, promptly. His own record says, Mr. Crawford gave an order to the Auditor, saying, "I know this man, settle his accounts without red tape, and see that he has the money to pay off the volunteers."
Going into civil life, he lost heavily by a too generous nature and too implicit confidence in the honestly of others. He settled a large estate on the sugar lands of Louisiana, but losing a brother there of yellow fever, he gave up that country and concluded to locate himself in Dooly county, Ga.
About 1825, on the occasion of Lafayette's visit to Milledgeville, he was Marshal of the Day. Subsequently on the occasion of Henry Clay's visit to Milledgeville, he, together with the late Col. A. H. Kenan and Seaton Grantland, were appointed a committee to go to Gordon and receive and escort the distinguished guest to the city.
In 1841, he and Col. Miller Grieve were elected to the House and Col. A. H. Kenan to the Senate.
In 1844, he was appointed Director, by the Governor of the Central Bank of Ga., and he and the late A. M. Nisbet, cashier, had the arduous task of winding up the affairs of that institution. He gave his whole time and attention to this business, and nearly cost him his life, by causing the most severe illness he had ever experienced.
In 1845-46 he was Judge of the Inferior Court.
In 1866 he became a member of the Protestant Episcopal Church.
His losses by overweening confidence in his fellow man in early life, and later by the results of the war, he bore with a stoicism rarely seen, and which to a certain extent he must have learned from the Indians, who he used to say were always his friends, and who used to escort him when he had large sums of money to carry through the country.
In 1862, he made a contract with the government for supplying brandy and whisky. He soon found his distiller trying to defraud the government and discharged him at once. Speculators tried to buy from him and were notified they would be kicked off the premises immediately. He had an intense hatred for any man who would speculate on the fortunes of the government, and the Confederate States inspectors always took his statement without any vouchers or inspections. A speculator he would kick into the road, but any Confederate soldier, however humble, always found a hearty welcome and always left him with a well-filled haversack and a canteen of peach and honey: and the annual fleece of a flock of 400 sheep was given freely to the wives, sisters and daughters of the sons of the Confederacy, to be woven into cloth and socks to assist their tattered rags in keeping out of the cold. But a few months before the close of the war, when the result was inevitable, he sold $40,000 worth of cotton and invested in Confederate bonds-such was his confidence.
The funeral of the late Judge John S. Thomas took place on Tuesday from the Episcopal Church in this city. The impressive services were conducted by Rev. J. M. Stoney, the pastor. The remains were followed to the cemetery by a large number of citizens, notwithstanding the extreme inclemency of the day. Source: Union and Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia, January 18, 1881, Page 4. [http://genforum.genealogy.com/walker/messages/30170.html]

In the 1820 census of Baldwin County, Georgia, John S. Thomas, age 26-45, resides alone, living next to his brother David and family. John has 19 slaves, 18 in agriculture.

1840 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County,
John S. Thomas 2 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . \\ . 3 1 . . 1 . . . . . . 1
[2 males under 5, 1 male 5-10, 1 male 40-50; 3 females 5-10, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 30-40, 1 female 100 and upwards.

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, District 318, Milledgeville; Series: M432 Roll: 61 Page 118:
435 John S. Thomas 58 M Farmer 5000 GA
Eliza " 50 F GA
Maryanne " 19 F GA
John G. 17 M GA
Elija M. " 16 M GA
Bryan " 14 M GA
Henry " 12 M GA
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Mary Thomas 108 F VA

John Sherrod Thomas and Elijah Butts were the delegates from Dooley County, Georgia to the Georgia Secession Convention. Both voted to secede from the Union.

John Sherrod is buried in Memory Hill Cemetery, Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone is on A Grave Memorial# 17867812:

JOHN S.
THOMAS
BORN 1779,
DIED JANUARY
9, 1881

His military headsdtone:

1 LT.
JOHN SHERROD THOMAS
THOMAS'
CO.
GA. MIL.
WAR OF 1812


General Notes: Wife - Mary Bryan NEYLE

~excerpts~ DIED, at Clifton, in the county of Baldwin, on the night of the 22d ultimo, Mrs. MARY BRYAN THOMAS, wife of John S. Thomas Esq. after a short but painful illness..Her own mother died when she was yet a child, and her father, Samson Neyle Esq. having married again, sent Mrs. Thomas and her sister, Miss Neyle, to the North, where they were educated, and remained until their age and acquirements fitted them for entering on the duties of social and elegant life...Her grandmother was a daughter of Jonathan Bryan Esq. one of the first settlers of Georgia, and one of the finest patriots of the revolution, and was married to John Morel Esq. also attached to the principals of the revolution, of which Mrs Thomas and her surviving weeping sister, with others long deceased, are the issue...disconsolate husband and four infant children. ...worthy member of the Episcopal church.... [Federal Union, June 9, 1836, http://rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gabaldw2/news1796-1834.html#Miss%20MARY%20BRYAN%20NEYLE,%201830]

Mary Bryon [sic] Thomas, born Oct. 12, 1797, died May 24, 1836. She is buried in Memory Hill Cemetery , Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia. Find A Grave Memorial# 20714510
[There is a two day difference in the day of published death, 22 verse 24 May 1836 on the memorial.


Notes: Marriage

MARRIED, in Savannah, on Thursday the 24th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Neufville, Maj. John S. Thomas, of this county, to Miss MARY BRYAN NEYLE, of the former place. [Southern Recorder, July 3, 1830, http://rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gabaldw2/news1796-1834.html#Miss%20MARY%20BRYAN%20NEYLE,%201830]



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Samson NEYLE




Husband Samson NEYLE (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 F Mary Bryan NEYLE

         Born: 12 October 1797
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 May 1836 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: Colonel John Sherrod THOMAS, War of 1812
         Marr: 24 June 1830 - Richmond County, Georgia


2 F Eliza Hester NEYLE

         Born: 12 September 1799 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 May 1882
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: Colonel John Sherrod THOMAS, War of 1812
         Marr: 9 July 1837 - Baldwin County, Georgia



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Fred NIBLING and Allene NICKOLS




Husband Fred NIBLING

         Born: Cir 1845 - Burlesson Co., Texas
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         Died: 
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     Marriage: Bef 1869



Wife Allene NICKOLS

         Born: Cir 1847 - Virginia
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         Died: 
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Children
1 F Mary E. NIBLING

         Born: 21 June 1869 - Bell County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 October 1930 - Reeves County, Texas
       Buried: 24 October 1930
       Spouse: W. C. HALBERT
         Marr: 7 September 1893 - Bell County, Texas



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Charles PORTER and Sallie Ann NICHOLLS




Husband Charles PORTER 456,3153

         Born: Abt 1832 - Nelson County, Kentucky
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         Died: 1905 - Nelson County, Kentucky
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       Father: James PORTER (1787-1865) 456,3152
       Mother: Nancy Ann MASON (1792-1869)


     Marriage: 1867 - Nelson County, Kentucky 456



Wife Sallie Ann NICHOLLS 456,961

         Born: 12 August 1842 - Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 February 1917 - Nelson County, Kentucky
       Buried:  - Maple Grove Cemetery


Children

General Notes: Husband - Charles PORTER

1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Nelson County, Bloomfield; Series: M593 Roll: 491 Page: 91: 91 91 PORTER Charles 38 M W Farmer 10,000 2722 KY; -- Sallie 27 F W Keeps house KY; SAPPINGTON George 21 M W Works on farm KY; NICHOLLS Mary 20 F W At home KY; THOMAS Henson 65 MB Farm hand KY; -- Winnie 60 F B Cook KY; -- Polly 25 F B Domestic servant KY.
Next door is Charles' brother Benjamin and family.

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Nelson County, Bloomfield; Series: T9 Roll: 435 Page: 238: 172 PORTER Chas W M 46 M Farmer KY KY KY; -- Sallie W F 35 Wife S Keeps house KY KY KY; KING Kitty M F 60 M Family cook KY KY KY; -- George B M 65 M Farm hand KY KY KY; FORMAN Lewis B M 15 S Farm hand KY KY KY; LEE Lee M M 35 S Farm hand KY KY KY.
Next door is Charles' brother Benjamin and family.

Charles PORTER is buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Bloomfield, Nelson County, Kentucky, USA. His head stone reads:

CHARLES PORTER
1832 - 1905

Additional information from Find A Grave Memorial# 31452089, created by Debbie J. on Nov. 16, 2008 provides that he was born Nov. 1832 and died in 1905. His parents were James PORTER and Nancy Ann MASON. Charles' wife was Sallie Ann NICHOLLS.


General Notes: Wife - Sallie Ann NICHOLLS

Sallie Ann NICHOLLS is buried in Maple Grove Cemetery, Bloomfield, Nelson County, Kentucky, USA. Her head stone reads:

SALLIE NICHOLLS
PORTER
1842 - 1917

Additional information from Find A Grave Memorial# 31451931, created by Debbie J. on Nov. 16, 2008 provides that she was born Aug. 12, 1842 and died Feb. 26, 1917. She married Charles PORTER (1832 - 1905)
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Dr. Albert Rhett NICHOLSON, Jr.




Husband Dr. Albert Rhett NICHOLSON, Jr. 204,3264

         Born: 13 April 1886 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 43,204
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         Died: July 1970 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 43
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       Father: Albert Rhett NICHOLSON (1843-1916) 1984,2613
       Mother: Sally Winn HUGHES (1849-1915) 3265


     Marriage: Abt 1912

 Other Spouse: Elizabeth BRYAN



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Children
1 M Albert Rhett NICHOLSON, Jr. 4835

         Born: Abt 1914 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 4835
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General Notes: Husband - Dr. Albert Rhett NICHOLSON, Jr.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Pickens Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1459 Page: 167: 71 78 NICHOLSON A. Rhett Brother-in-law M W 24 S SC SC SC Physician. Albert Rhett lives in the home of his sister Mary and husband Robert L. DUNAVANT. (Heritage Quest indexes this household under ROBERT L. DEMOMAT)

Albert Rhett married after 1910, bride not yet discovered. They had a son, Albert R., Jr. whose mother died before the 1920 census. Sophia, 30, Albert's unmarried sister, lives with him and takes care of the household and Albert, Jr.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Wise Twp; Series: T625 Roll: 1694 Page: 166: 84 86 NICHOLSON Albert R. M W 36 Wd SC SC SC Doctor Medical; -- Sophia Sister F W 30 S SC SC SC; -- Albert R. Jr. Son M W 5 S SC SC SC.

"ALBERT NICHOLSON 13 Apr 1886 Jul 1970 29824 (Edgefield, Edgefield, SC) (none specified) 249-66-8788 South Carolina" (SSDI)
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David Richardson STROTHER, Sr. and Barsheba Ann NICHOLSON




Husband David Richardson STROTHER, Sr.

         Born: 14 February 1814 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 February 1870 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Strother Family Cemetery, Edgefield, South Carolina


       Father: George James STROTHER (1791-1817)
       Mother: Charlotte RICHARDSON (1792-1862)


     Marriage: 28 January 1836 - Edgefield County, South Carolina

 Other Spouse: Mary C. --?-- 275 - After 1850



Wife Barsheba Ann NICHOLSON

         Born: 22 November 1818 - Edgefield District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 August 1845 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Nicholson-Norris Cemetery, Edgefield, South Carolina


       Father: Shemuel Wright NICHOLSON (1772-1847) 2030
       Mother: Lydia OLIPHANT (1779-1846) 698




Children
1 M William STROTHER 274

         Born: Abt 1840 - South Carolina 274
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2 M Benjamin STROTHER 274

         Born: Abt 1845 - South Carolina 274
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Bessie --?-- 275
         Marr: Abt 1869



General Notes: Husband - David Richardson STROTHER, Sr.

David Richardson STROTHER, born 14 February 1814, was a son of George James STROTHER and Charlotte RICHARDSON. Joicy CULPEPPER named him as one of her three grandsons in her LW&T, 16 August 1837, filed in Edgefield District, South Carolina. George James, 1791-1817, was the only child of William A. STROTHER and Joyce "Joicy" Powell SHEPPARD to survive childhood. Joicy, widowed, had remarried to Benjamin CULPEPPER III.

1840 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield; Series: M704 Roll: 511 Page: 101:
David R. STROTHER Males: 1 . . . 1[20-30] Females: . . . . 1[20-30]

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 852 Page: 10: 146 146 D. R. STROTHER 36 M Planter 20,000 SC; William STROTHER 10 M SC; Benja. STROTHER 5 M SC.
David R. STROTHER is the widower of Barsheba Ann NICHOLSON who died in 1845. Eight pages away, in household 280 is George James STROTHER, 33, (wife, Eloise E. BATES) who appears to be David's brother. William A. STROTHER, 38, (wife, Nancy COLEMAN) household 977, is also in Edgefield. These three appear to be the sons of George James STROTHER and Charlotte RICHARDSON.

David remarried to Mary C. about 1851.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Edgefield C H P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1219 Page: 54: 808 796 D. R. STROTHER 46 M Farmer 30,000 117,500 SC; Mary C. 30 F SC; William A. 21 M Medical student SC; Benjamin 16 M SC; Charlotte 8 F SC; Nancy 7 F SC; Julian 2 M SC.

David died on 20 February 1870.


General Notes: Wife - Barsheba Ann NICHOLSON

Barsheba Ann "Sheba" NICHOLSON, born 22 November 1818, was the only daughter of Shemuel NICHOLSON and Lydia OLYPHANT. She married David Richardson STROTHER on 28 January 1838.

"Died on August 26, 1845, Mrs Sheba Ann Strother, wife of Mr. D R Strother, and only daughter of Shemuel and Lydia Nicholson, in her 27th year. She left her husband and two little boys." (The Edgefield Advertiser, September 3, 1845)

Barsheba is buried in Nicholson-Norris Cemetery in Edgefield, South Carolina. Her tombstone reads: "w/o of David R Strother, Uniting herself to the Baptist Church of Christ at Little Stephen's Creek about 5 years before her death. Left an affectionate husband and 2 little boys."

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Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON III and Ruth Taylor WALKER




Husband Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON III 4432

         Born: 27 October 1909 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 43
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         Died: 16 December 1960 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 43
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       Father: Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON II (1875-1919) 1098,1130
       Mother: Helen Louise SHEPPARD (1882-1946) 4432


     Marriage: 9 February 1935



Wife Ruth Taylor WALKER

         Born: 18 September 1911 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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Children
1 M Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON IV (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: WELLS (living)


2 F Ruth Walker NICHOLSON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON III

"BENJAMIN NICHOLSON 27 Oct 1909 Dec 1960 (not specified) (none specified) 248-64-1106 South Carolina" (SSDI)
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Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON IV and WELLS




Husband Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON IV (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON III (1909-1960)
       Mother: Ruth Taylor WALKER (1911-      )


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Wife WELLS (details suppressed for this person)

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Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON II and Helen Louise SHEPPARD




Husband Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON II 1098,1130

         Born: 15 January 1875 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 1130
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 January 1919
       Buried: 


       Father: General Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON, CSA (1841-1885) 2613,2614
       Mother: Elizabeth Juliet Bones HUGHES (1845-1932) 1130,2615


     Marriage: 12 June 1904



Wife Helen Louise SHEPPARD 4432

         Born: 6 February 1882
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 August 1946
       Buried: 


       Father: Gov. John C. SHEPPARD (      -      )
       Mother: 




Children
1 F Helen Wallace Sheppard NICHOLSON 4432

         Born: 11 July 1905 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 4432
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 June 1940
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Charles GUINN
         Marr: 1926. (Divorced in 1933)


2 F June Hughes NICHOLSON 4432

         Born: 23 August 1907 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 4432
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Gerald E. McDANIEL
         Marr: 29 March 1932


3 M Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON III 4432

         Born: 27 October 1909 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 December 1960 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 43
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ruth Taylor WALKER
         Marr: 9 February 1935


4 F Elizabeth Juliet NICHOLSON 4368

         Born: 23 March 1912 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 43,4368
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 January 1981 - Richland County, South Carolina 43
       Buried:  - Elmwood Memorial Gardens, Richland County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Major Patrick Henry NELSON, USMC WWII
         Marr: 17 October 1935


5 M John NICHOLSON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON II

Ned NICHOLSON is one of three children not found in the 1870, 80, or 1900 censuses, but named by Johnson Bland Mobley, Jr., in his work, THE DESCENDANTS OF DR JOHN RICHARD MOBLEY, SR AND LUCRETIA SIMKINS, 1991. "Ned" is likely a nickname for Benjamin Edward. NICHOLSON, Jr.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Pickens Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1459 Page: 145: 185 185 NICHOLSON B. E. Head M W 35 M1 5 SC SC SC Lawyer; -- Helen S. Wife F W 27 M1 5 3 3 SC SC SC; -- Helen E. Dau F W 4 S SC SC SC; -- June Dau F W 26/12 S SC SC SC; -- Benjamin E. Son M W 6/12 S SC SC SC; ADAMS Nancy Nurse F B 14 S SC SC SC Nurse Private family.


General Notes: Wife - Helen Louise SHEPPARD

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Pickens; Series: T625 Roll: 1694 Page: 144: Fm 194 198 NICHOLSON Helen S. Head F W 37 Wd SC SC SC Farmer General farm; -- Helen Dau F W 14 S SC SC SC; -- June Dau F W 12 S SC SC SC; -- Benjamin Son M W 10 S SC SC SC; -- Elizabeth Dau F W 7 S SC SC SC; -- John Son M W 45/12 S SC SC SC; HOGAN Jake Servant M B 45 Wd SC SC SC Laborer Farm; LOYD Susan Servant F B 50 Wd SC SC SC Servant Private family.
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Joseph Calhoun WATSON and Elizabeth Juliet NICHOLSON




Husband Joseph Calhoun WATSON 698

         Born: 25 September 1850 - Ridge Spring, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 January 1896 - Ridge Spring, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: Samuel J. WATSON (      -      )
       Mother: Louisa REID (      -      )


     Marriage: 23 January 1884 - Ridge Spring, South Carolina



Wife Elizabeth Juliet NICHOLSON 698,1130

         Born: 31 October 1859 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 December 1939 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: John Threewits NICHOLSON (1835-1926) 698,1130,2148
       Mother: Sallie Ann BOATWRIGHT (1838-1921) 698,1130




Children
1 F Sallie Lou WATSON 1798,4142

         Born: 3 November 1884 1798
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: George James STROTHER 698,2330,4141
         Marr: 14 June 1905 - Saluda County, South Carolina


2 M Joseph Calhoun WATSON, Jr. 1798

         Born: 6 February 1887 - Ridge Spring, South Carolina 1798
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 June 1963 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Aurelia CUNNINGHAM 2330


3 F Chloe Agnes WATSON 1798

         Born: 20 April 1889 1798
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 June 1973
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Paul B. EDWARDS
         Marr: 2 June 1914


4 M Leroy Nicholson WATSON 1798

         Born: 3 April 1892 1798
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 May 1925 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 




General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Juliet NICHOLSON

Elizabeth Juliet NICHOLSON, daughter of John Threewits NICHOLSON and Sallie Ann BOATWRIGHT, was born and died in Ridge Spring, Edgefield County, South Carolina. She married Joseph Calhoun WATSON, 23 January 1884, in Ridge Spring. Joseph died in 1896.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 115, page 7:
Mrs. Elizabeth Nicholson Watson.
DAR ID Number: 114021
Born in Saluda County, S. C.
Wife of Joseph Calhoun WATSON.
Descendant of Lieut. John DOUGLASS, as follows:
1. John Threwitz NICHOLSON (b. 1835) m. 1856 Sallie Ann BOATWRIGHT (b. 1838).
2. Dr. John O. NICHOLSON (1808-51) m. 1831 Elizabeth Juliet THREWITS (1812-98).
3. Shemuel NICHOLSON (1772-1817) m. 1803 Lydia OLIPHANT (1779-1817).
4. Wright NICHOLSON (1740-1808) m. 1764 Mary DOUGLASS (d. 1825).
5. John DOUGLASS m. Mary \emdash (d. 1809).
John DOUGLASS served as sergeant in Colonel ANDERSON's regiment; also lieutenant in Capt.
John IRWIN's South Carolina company. He was born in Scotland; died in Edgefield, S. C.
(SOME DAR RECORDS, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~ngcrawford/boatright/dar.html)

In what appears to be a curious error, Elizabeth is named as "Emma" in the 1900 census.
1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Saluda County, 7-Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1541 Page: 195: 99 103 WATSON Emma (sic) N. Head W F Oct 1859 40 Wd - 4 4 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Sallie Lou Dau W F Nov 1884 15 S SC SC SC; -- Joe C. Son W M Feb 1887 13 S SC SC SC; -- Chloe A. Dau W F Apr 1889 11 S SC SC SC; -- Leroy Son W M Aprl 1892 8 S SC SC SC; NICHOLSON Faust Brother W M Oct 1876 23 S SC SC SC Manager.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Saluda County, 7-Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1467 Page: 257: 77 78 WATSON Elizabeth N. Head F W 45 Wd - 4 4 SC SC SC; -- J. Cal Son M W 23 S SC SC SC Asst Cashier Bank; -- Chloe Dau F W 20 S SC SC SC; -- Leroy W. Son M W 18 S SC SC SC; WHITE Henry Head M B 55 M1 15 SC SC SC Laborer farm; -- Eugenia Wife F B 40 M1 15 0 0 SC SC SC Washerwoman At home; SADLER Marie Head F W 24 S SC SC SC Operator telephone.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Saluda County, 7-Twp; Series: T625 Roll: 1708 Page: 200: 131 136 WATSON Elizabeth Head F W 60 Wd SC SC SC; -- J. Cal Son M W 32 M SC SC SC Farming & Cashier Bank; -- Aurelia Dau-in-law F W 26 M SC SC SC; -- Leroy Son M W 26 S SC SC SC.
Four homes away is Elizabeth's daughter, Sallie Lou, and family.
George J. STROTHER, 61, wife, Sallie Lou, 35, and daughter Frances E., 13.


Notes: Marriage

http://www.gencircles.com/users/watson1/1/data/29
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Francis Bates NICHOLSON and PHILLIPS




Husband Francis Bates NICHOLSON

         Born: 26 September 1929 - Greenwood, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 November 1984
       Buried: 


       Father: William Hughes NICHOLSON (1879-1966) 1098,1130
       Mother: Elsie Clinkscales BATES (1890-1972) 2616


     Marriage: 



Wife PHILLIPS (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

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John H. NICHOLSON and Ora RIVES




Husband John H. NICHOLSON 204

         Born: May 1883 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 204
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Albert Rhett NICHOLSON (1843-1916) 1984,2613
       Mother: Sally Winn HUGHES (1849-1915) 3265


     Marriage: Bef 1 January 1920



Wife Ora RIVES 202,203

         Born: Abt 1891 - South Carolina 203
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: James W. RIVES (Abt 1860-Between 1910/1920) 202
       Mother: Annie C. --?-- (Abt 1866-      ) 202




Children
1 F Annie R. NICHOLSON 203

         Born: 1913 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 203
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Sarah H. NICHOLSON 203

         Born: Abt April 1915 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 203
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John H. NICHOLSON

1920 U.S Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, 6-Wd Edgefield, Pickens; Series: T625 Roll: 1694 Page: 180: 398 404 NICHOLSON John H. Head M W 36 M SC SC SC Farmer; -- Ora R. Wife F W 28 M SC SC SC; -- Annie R. Dau F W 6 S SC SC SC; -- Sarah H. Dau F W 4+8/12 S SC SC SC; RIVES Annie E. Mother in L FW 54 Wd SC SC SC; -- Gladis Sister in Law F W 24 S SC SC SC Teacher Graded School; -- Elizabeth Sister in Law F W 17 S SC SC SC.
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Dr. John Oliphant NICHOLSON and Elizabeth Juliet THREEWITS




Husband Dr. John Oliphant NICHOLSON 698,2148

         Born: 17 January 1808 - Edgefield District, South Carolina 2148
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 January 1851 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Nicholson-Norris Cemetery, Edgefield, South Carolina


       Father: Shemuel Wright NICHOLSON (1772-1847) 2030
       Mother: Lydia OLIPHANT (1779-1846) 698


     Marriage: 18 January 1831 - Edgefield County, South Carolina



Wife Elizabeth Juliet THREEWITS 698,2148

         Born: 5 March 1812 - South Carolina 2148
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 July 1898 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Nicholson-Norris Cemetery, Edgefield, South Carolina


       Father: Llewellyn Williamson THREEWITS (Abt 1789-1814)
       Mother: Catherine DANIEL (Abt 1791-1856)




Children
1 F Mary Eleanor NICHOLSON 2147,2148

         Born: After 1831 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2148
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 January 1861 1178
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Dr. Osamus W. ALLEN 1179,2147


2 F Catherine Jane NICHOLSON

         Born: 13 January 1833 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 January 1849 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 1098
       Buried: 



3 M John Threewits NICHOLSON 698,1130,2148

         Born: 18 January 1835 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2148
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 January 1926 - Ridge Spring, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sallie Ann BOATWRIGHT 698,1130
         Marr: 8 April 1856 - Ridge Spring, South Carolina


4 F Elizabeth Ann NICHOLSON 2148

         Born: 10 February 1837 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2148
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 October 1851 1098
       Buried: 



5 F Lydia Emma NICHOLSON 2613

         Born: 18 December 1838 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2148
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 June 1921 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Major John Rufus BLOCKER, CSA 1098
         Marr: Abt 1856


6 M General Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON, CSA 2613,2614

         Born: 10 March 1841 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 March 1885 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2615
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth Juliet Bones HUGHES 1130,2615
         Marr: 31 October 1865 - Edgefield County, South Carolina


7 M Albert Rhett NICHOLSON 1984,2613

         Born: 12 March 1843 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 204
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 November 1916 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sally Winn HUGHES 3265
         Marr: Abt 1868


8 F Mariah Adalaide NICHOLSON 2148,2613,2922

         Born: 15 April 1845 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2613
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 July 1919 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sumter BOATWRIGHT, CSA 1179,2920
         Marr: Abt 1869 - Edgefield County, South Carolina


9 M William D. NICHOLSON 1984

         Born: Abt 1847 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1850 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2148
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Dr. John Oliphant NICHOLSON

1840 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield; Series: M704 Roll: 511 Page: 101:
Dr. J. O. NICHOLSON Males 1 . . . . 1 Females: 2 2 . . 1 1 1

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Edgefield Division; Series: M432 Roll: 852 Page: 48: 738 738 J. O. NICHOLSON 42 M Physician 20,000 SC; E. J. NICHOLSON 38 F SC; M. Ellen NICHOLSON 18 F SC; John T. NICHOLSON 15 M SC; E. Ann NICHOLSON 13 F SC; Emma NICHOLSON 11 F SC; Benja. A. NICHOLSON 9 M SC; Albert NICHOLSON 7 M SC; Mariah A. NICHOLSON 5 F SC.

Dr. John Oliphant NICHOLSON died 17 January 1851. Major william DANIEL and Osamus ALLEN were named executors of his Last Will and Testament, A typescript of his Will may be viewed at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=303479
Abstracted:
SC Archives: Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0010 Frame: 00571 item: 00 Date: 1851/01/06 Description: NICHOLSON, John O. of Edgefield District, Will Typescript (5 Frames) (MSS Will: Book D, Pages 427-431; Estate Packet: Box 64, Pkg. 2609) Names Indexed: NICHOLSON, John O./OLIPHANT/NICHOLSON, Mary Ellen, NICHOLSON, Emma/Jess (Slave)/Anthony (Slave)/Moses (Slave)/Peggy (Slave)/Little Henry (Slave)/NICHOLSON, Benjamin E./DANIEL, William/NORRIS, A.P./MABRY, Samuel W.//NICHOLSON, Elizabeth J./PICKENS, F.W./NICHOLSON, Ann/NICHOLSON, Adelaide /Sampson (Slave)/Harriet (Slave)/Dinah (Slave)/Lucy (Slave)/NICHOLSON, John T./NICHOLSON, Albert R./ALLEN, Osamus/STROTHER, D.R./Locations: Edgefield District/Turkey Creek.
[Major William Furman DANIEL was an uncle of Elizabeth Juliet THREEWITS, wife of John O. NICHOLSON. RLD.]


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Juliet THREEWITS

Elizabeth Juliet THREEWITS was born 5 March 1812, the youngest daughter of Llewellyn Williamson THREEWITS and Catherine DANIEL. Her father died when she was two years old.

In January 1831, Julia married Doctor John Oliphant NICHOLSON. In 1851, she was widowed with 9 children ages 4 to 20 years.

In 1860, Elizabeth Juliet NICHOLSON is a head of household with her four youngest children. She is a wealthy widow and farmer with a combined net worth of $90,000.
1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Beach Island P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1219 Page: 53: 804 792 Mrs E. J. NICHOLSON 47 F W Farmer 30,000 60,000 SC; Emma " 21 F W SC ; Ben E. " 19 M W SC; Albert R.. " 17 M W SC; Addie " 15 F W SC.

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Saluda Division; Series: M593 Roll: 1494 Page: 114:
575 585 NICHOLSON, Elizabeth 58 F W Farmer 3600 1500 SC; -- Emma 30 F W Keeping house SC; -- Albert 27 M W Farmer SC; -- Sally 20 F W Without occupation SC; -- Mary 8/12 F W At home SC Oct. Two homes away is John BLOCKER, age 5, living with William ADAMS, 29. Emma is the widow of Major John Rufus BLOCKER, shown here under her maiden name in he mother's home. John is the son of Lydia Emma Nicholson BLOCKER.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Pickens; Series: T9 Roll: 1228 Page: 23: 503 531 NICHOLSON E. ?. W F 68 Wd Farming SC SC SC.
503 532 BLOCKER Emma W F 39 Wd Keeping house SC SC SC; -- John R. W M 15 Son S At home SC SC SC; THREWITS Harriet B F 68 Servant Wd House servant SC SC SC.


Notes: Marriage

Issue Jan 29, 1831: Married in Edgefield on the 18th inst., Dr JOHN O NICHOLSON to Miss ELIZABETH JULIA THREEWITS. (Marriage and Death Notices from the Charleston Observer from 1827-1845. Post by Audrey POOL) and (South Carolina Mag. of Ancestral Research, Vol 1, # 1-4 (1824-1855)



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Robert WILSON and Keziah NICHOLSON




Husband Robert WILSON

         Born: Cir 1765
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 23 October 1807



Wife Keziah NICHOLSON

         Born: 29 June 1767
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1838 - Madison County, Alabama
       Buried: 


       Father: Wright NICHOLSON (Abt 1745-Bef 1808) 698
       Mother: Frances DELOACH (Abt 1748-After 1774)




Children

General Notes: Husband - Robert WILSON

Keziah WILSON named in the LW&T of her father, Wright NICHOLSON, would be my great-great-great-grandmother, married to Robert Wilson, after whom my grandfather Robert Wilson Flinn was named. Their daughter, Amoranda, married my great-great-grandfather Stephen Flinn. [Charles Flinn, email, February 04, 2011]


General Notes: Wife - Keziah NICHOLSON

Keziah NICHOLSON is named as Keziah WILSON in the LW&T of her father, Wright NICHOLSON, 23 Oct 1807, Edgefield District, South Carolina. She received a fifth portion of $250 raised from the estate.
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Thomas Hobbs RAINSFORD and Martha Juliet NICHOLSON




Husband Thomas Hobbs RAINSFORD 2614,3367

         Born: 21 January 1861 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2614
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 March 1932 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 19 November 1889 2614



Wife Martha Juliet NICHOLSON 1130,2614,3367

         Born: 12 September 1866 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 1130,3367
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 February 1962 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: General Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON, CSA (1841-1885) 2613,2614
       Mother: Elizabeth Juliet Bones HUGHES (1845-1932) 1130,2615




Children
1 M Thomas H. RAINSFORD, Jr. 3367

         Born: 14 November 1890 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 3367
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 June 1910 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 



2 F Sarah Elizabeth RAINSFORD 3367

         Born: 5 May 1894 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 3367
   Christened: 
         Died: 1977
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John Mulford CLARK
         Marr: 2 February 1928


3 F June RAINSFORD 43,3367

         Born: 30 November 1895 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 43,3367
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 February 1993 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 43
       Buried: 
       Spouse: George Phineas BUTLER
         Marr: 28 July 1929
       Spouse: Pironneau Finley HENDERSON 43
         Marr: 29 April 1945


4 M James Carroll RAINSFORD 3367

         Born: 26 March 1900 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 3367
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 February 1972 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Alice Keyes HARPER
         Marr: 22 November 1924


5 M Albert Edwin RAINSFORD 3264

         Born: 18 November 1908 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 3264
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 January 1970 - Augusta, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Rainsford CANTELOU
         Marr: 22 April 1948



General Notes: Husband - Thomas Hobbs RAINSFORD

Men of Mark in South Carolina, Volume III presents a biography of Thomas Hobbs RAINSFORD on p. 346.
"The earliest known American ancestors of the family were John and Thomas Rainsford, who came from Cheltenham, England, in 1773, settling upon the farm which from that time to this has been owned in unbroken succession by their descendants and now [1908] belongs to the subject of this sketch."

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Wise Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1526 Page: 269: 154 156 RAINSFORD T. H. Head W M Jan 1861 39 M 10 SC SC SC Farmer; -- M. N. Wife W F Sept 1868 32 M 10 4 4 SC SC SC; -- Thomas Jr. Son W M Nov 1890 9 S SC SC SC; -- S. E. Dau W F May 1894 6 S SC SC SC; -- June Dau W F Nov 1895 4 S SC SC SC; -- J. C. Son W M Mch 1900 2/12 S SC SC SC.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Pickens Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1459 Page: 167: 86 93 RAINSFORD Thomas H. Head M W 49 M1 20 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Mattie N. Wife F W 41 M1 20 5 5 SC SC SC; -- Thomas H. Jr. Son M W 19 SC SC SC Teacher Military Academy; -- Elizabeth Dau F W 16 S SC SC SC; -- June Dau F W 14 S SC SC SC; -- Carroll Son M W 10 S SC SC SC; -- Albert Son M W 14/12 S SC SC SC.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Pickens; Series: T625 Roll: 1694 Page: 181: 423 430 RANSFORD Thomas H. Head M W 59 M SC SC SC None; -- Mattie N. Wife F W 54 M SC SC SC; -- Sarah E. Dau F W 25 S SC SC SC; -- June Dau F W 24 S SC SC SC; -- James C. Son M W 19 S SC SC SC; -- Albert Son M W 10 S SC SC SC.


General Notes: Wife - Martha Juliet NICHOLSON

Called Mattie. The 1900 census provides an alternate birth date, September 1868, age 32.
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F. C. PARKER and Mary Jane NICHOLSON




Husband F. C. PARKER 1390

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 19 May 1864 1390



Wife Mary Jane NICHOLSON 1390

         Born: 20 November 1841 1390
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Archibald NICHOLSON (1813-1864) 1390
       Mother: Mary E. HALL (Cir 1822-      ) 1390



 Other Spouse: R. W. KING 1390 - 28 December 1879 1390


Children

General Notes: Wife - Mary Jane NICHOLSON

The Bible of Duncan NICHOLSON, as transcribed from the History of Steward County Georgia and posted at http://electroscope.org/roots/text/duncan_nicholson_bible.html, lists "Mary Jane NICHOLSON b. Nov. 20, 1841; d. Feb 23, 1838." The dates are either inverted or a typographical error exists.
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M. M. WILSON and Melvanie A. NICHOLSON




Husband M. M. WILSON 1390

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 14 July 1874 1390



Wife Melvanie A. NICHOLSON 1390

         Born: 9 February 1853 1390
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Archibald NICHOLSON (1813-1864) 1390
       Mother: Mary E. HALL (Cir 1822-      ) 1390




Children

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Shemuel Wright NICHOLSON and Lydia OLIPHANT




Husband Shemuel Wright NICHOLSON 2030

         Born: 22 May 1772 - Edgecombe County, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 April 1847 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Nicholson Family Cemetery


       Father: Wright NICHOLSON (Abt 1745-Bef 1808) 698
       Mother: Frances DELOACH (Abt 1748-After 1774)


     Marriage: 1803



Wife Lydia OLIPHANT 698

         Born: June 1779
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 April 1846 - Edgefield, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: John OLIPHANT (Abt 1748-Abt 1816)
       Mother: Nancy FRAZIER (Abt 1762-After 1816) 3319




Children
1 M Noah NICHOLSON

         Born: 31 October 1805 - Edgefield District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Dr. John Oliphant NICHOLSON 698,2148

         Born: 17 January 1808 - Edgefield District, South Carolina 2148
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 January 1851 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Nicholson-Norris Cemetery, Edgefield, South Carolina
       Spouse: Elizabeth Juliet THREEWITS 698,2148
         Marr: 18 January 1831 - Edgefield County, South Carolina


3 M Benjamin Franklin NICHOLSON

         Born: 22 September 1811 - Edgefield District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1860 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Georgiana BROCKER
         Marr: 11 November 1830 - Edgefield, South Carolina


4 M Shemuel Wright NICHOLSON, Jr.

         Born: 11 March 1815 - Edgefield District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 July 1885 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Susan Adeline Glover ADAMS


5 F Barsheba Ann NICHOLSON

         Born: 22 November 1818 - Edgefield District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 August 1845 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Nicholson-Norris Cemetery, Edgefield, South Carolina
       Spouse: David Richardson STROTHER, Sr.
         Marr: 28 January 1836 - Edgefield County, South Carolina



General Notes: Husband - Shemuel Wright NICHOLSON

"Shinnel" NICHOLSON is named in the LW&T of his father, Wright NICHOLSON, 23 Oct 1807, Edgefield District, South Carolina. "Shinnel" (Shemuel) received a fifth portion of $250 raised from the estate and was named an executor; his mother was named an executrix. He is found in records as Shemuel and Lemuel.

1840 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield; Series: M704 Roll: 511 Page: 101:
David R. STROTHER
Shemuel NICHOLSON Males: . . . . . . . . 1[60-70] Females: . . . . . . . . 1[60-70, Lydia]
Next door:
Elizabeth NICHOLSON No males Females: . . . . . . 2[40-50] . . 1[70-80]
Five homes from Shenuel:
Dr. J. O. NICHOLSON
Three homes from the Dr.:
B. F. NICHOLSON Males: 1 . 1 . .1 Females: 2 . . . 1

SC Archives: Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0010 Frame: 00429 item: 00 Date: 1847/04/16 Description: NICHOLSON, Shemuel, Will Typescript, Edgefield County (2 Frames) (MSS Will: Book D, Pages 305-307; Estate Packet: Box 57, Pkg. 2383)
Names Indexed: NICHOLSON, Shemuel/NICHOLSON, John O./Will (Slave)/Jane (Slave)/Rachael (Slave)/Delila (Slave)/Harriet (Slave)/Charles (Slave)/Yellow Mary (Slave)/Old Randol (Slave)/Frank (Slave)/Minder (Slave)/NICHOLSON, Lydia/Adam (Slave)/Steven (Slave)/Amanda (Slave)/Lucy (Slave)/Aaron (Slave)/NICHOLSON, Shemuel W./Maryan (Slave)//Robbin (Slave)/Young Randol (Slave)/Nelly (Slave)/Dick (Slave)/Carolina (Slave)/STROTHER, David R./STROTHER, Benjamin/Letty (Slave)/Elbert (Slave)/NICHOLSON, Julia B./NICHOLSON, Georgianna/ADAMS, Joseph/THOMAS, John W./COATS, M./STROTHER, William A./Black Mary (Slave)/NICHOLSON, John Lake/Tom (Slave)/Martha (Slave)/Dorcas (Slave)/OGILVIE, John W. Locations: Edgefield County. 2030


General Notes: Wife - Lydia OLIPHANT

Lydia NICHOLSON is named in the 28 January 1815 Will of her father, John OLIPHANT: "...I give unto my second daughter, Lydia NICHOLSON, after the decease of my wife, to her ant the lawful heirs of her body, one Negro woman named Rachel, with all her increase, which she has in her possession and one Negro man named Tom, one Negro man named Randal and one Negro woman named Rezia with all her increase, one feather bed and furniture... My land and plantation whereon I now live, after the decease of my wife, I give unto my two oldest daughter, Sarah BURNES and Lydia NICHOLSON, to be equally divided between them, to them and the lawful heirs of their bodies..."
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Z. S. PARKER and Sophia Antonette NICHOLSON




Husband Z. S. PARKER 1390

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Wife Sophia Antonette NICHOLSON 1390

         Born: 4 April 1849 1390
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       Father: Archibald NICHOLSON (1813-1864) 1390
       Mother: Mary E. HALL (Cir 1822-      ) 1390




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W. H. SPANN and Theodocia Earnest NICHOLSON




Husband W. H. SPANN 1390

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Wife Theodocia Earnest NICHOLSON 1390

         Born: 20 November 1858 1390
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       Father: Archibald NICHOLSON (1813-1864) 1390
       Mother: Mary E. HALL (Cir 1822-      ) 1390




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William Hughes NICHOLSON, Jr. and Cathy Parke STEINBACH




Husband William Hughes NICHOLSON, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: William Hughes NICHOLSON (1879-1966)
       Mother: Elsie Clinkscales BATES (1890-1972)


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Wife Cathy Parke STEINBACH (details suppressed for this person)

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James R. NIEDER and Dianne Yvonne SCHOLDER




Husband James R. NIEDER

         Born: 26 August 1949 - San Diego County, California
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       Father: Leonard Robert NIEDER (1914-1980)
       Mother: Vera Irma RUSSELL (1921-      )


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Wife Dianne Yvonne SCHOLDER (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Krishna Marie NIEDER

         Born: 16 January 1972 - San Diego County, California
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2 M Jacob M. NIEDER (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Michael Robert NIEDER (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Steven Leonard NIEDER (details suppressed for this person)

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5 F Kris NIEDER (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - James R. NIEDER

James R. Nieder was born on 26 August 1949 at La Jolla, San Diego County, California. He was the son of Leonard Robert Nieder and Vera Irma Russell. James R. Nieder married, at age 21, Dianne Yvonne Scholder, daughter of Emery Lee Scholder and Pauline Zuvich, on Tuesday, 10 November 1970 at Lake County, California. James R. Nieder died on 3 September 2003 at age 54 years and 8 days. He was buried on 8 September 2003 in the El Camino Memorial Park, located in San Diego, San Diego County, California.[http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~rdrunner/web_data/p88940.htm]

James R. Nieder was born at old Scripps Hospital in La Jolla on August 26, 1949, Jim grew up in Pacific Beach surfing and enjoying the ocean. Jim graduated from Mission Bay High School and attended Mesa College, where he met his wife of 33 years, Diana Scholder. A general contractor and skilled craftsman, Jim built homes and businesses throughout San Diego County. Nieder Truss was the first portable, on-site truss company in California to obtain certification status. Jim participated in many outdoor activities, including surfing, scuba diving, water skiing, motorcycling, hiking, and camping. He had his family with him when he died at his home in Bay Park on September 3, 2003 from cancer. He is missed deeply by his wife Diana; sons, Jacob, Michael and Steve; daughter Kris, son-in-law Adam DiProfio and grandson Justin; mother Irma; sister Patti Wilson and her family and his many extended relations and friends. He joins in heaven his daughter Krishna Marie, father Leonard, and nephew Milo. A memorial service will be held on Monday, Sept. 8, at1:30 p.m. at St. Mary Magdalene's Catholic Church in Bay Park. [The San Diego Union-Tribune, San Diego, California, Sunday, September 7, 2003, Section B, Page 8]




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Leonard Robert NIEDER and Vera Irma RUSSELL




Husband Leonard Robert NIEDER

         Born: 6 February 1914 - Cuyahoga County, Ohio
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     Marriage: 19 September 1945 - Gretna, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana



Wife Vera Irma RUSSELL

         Born: 23 October 1921 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
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       Father: George Joseph RUSSELL, Sr. (1888-1962) 4532
       Mother: Loretta Josephine ROWAN (1885-1965) 4533




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1 M James R. NIEDER

         Born: 26 August 1949 - San Diego County, California
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       Buried:  - El Camino Memorial Park, San Diego County, California
       Spouse: Dianne Yvonne SCHOLDER (living)


2 F Patti NIEDER (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Leonard Robert NIEDER

Leonard Robert Nieder, born 6 February 1914 in Ohio, died 25 November 1980 in San Diego County, California. His mother's maiden name was Brockob [sic]. ["California, Death Index, 1940-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VGTH-KK5 : accessed 1 March 2015), Leonard Robert Nieder, 25 Nov 1980; Department of Public Health Services, Sacramento.[


General Notes: Wife - Vera Irma RUSSELL

Mrs. Leonard R. Nieder of San Diego, California is named as a surviving daughter in the 15 October 1965 obituary of Loretta Josephine Rowan Russell.

"mother, Irma Nieder" is named as a survivor in the 2003 obituary of James R. Nieder.

Irma R. Nieder, born 23 October 1921 resided in
San Diego, California, 1988-2008. Possible Relatives: Diana Y Nieder, Jacob Michael Nieder, Kris N Diprofio. Record Number 175973176. ["United States Public Records Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KYD2-27G : accessed 23 Oct 2013), Irma R Nieder, 01 Jul 2008.]

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WILSON and Patti NIEDER




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       Father: Leonard Robert NIEDER (1914-1980)
       Mother: Vera Irma RUSSELL (1921-      )




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Henry Walter NIESIOBEDZKI, USAAF, WWII and Margaret Kathleen SMOKE




Husband Henry Walter NIESIOBEDZKI, USAAF, WWII

         Born: 4 April 1918 - Litchfield County, Connecticut
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Wife Margaret Kathleen SMOKE

         Born: 30 November 1920 - Paris, Île-de-France, France
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       Father: Wallace Herbert SMOKE, Jr. (1899-1946)
       Mother: Gladys Martha A. WAGNER (1897-1985)




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1 F Helen Marie NIESIOBEDZKI (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Linda Ann NIESIOBEDZKI (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Danny Lee YANT (living)


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General Notes: Husband - Henry Walter NIESIOBEDZKI, USAAF, WWII

The Plymouth Veterans Monument, "Dedicated In
Memory Of The Men And Women Of The Town Of
Plymouth, Conn. Who Served Their Country In
World War I
World War II
Korean War"
lists "Niesiobedzki, Henry W." on the right tablet as a veteran of World War II.

Henry Walter Niesiobedzki married Margaret Kathleen Smoke on 1 May 1943 at Drew Field AAF, Tampa, Hillsborogh County, Florida.

Henry married Eunice Virginia Tanner on 26 November 1951 in Manatee County, Florida. They divorced in 1952 in Hardee County, Florida. On 23 July 1952, Henry married Margaret Smoke Niesiobedzki.

Henry Walter "Hank" Niesiobedzki is buried in Skyway Memorial Gardens, Palmetto, Manatee County, Florida. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 98577427:

HENRY
1918 - 2001
NIESIOBEDZKI

The memorial lists his birth on Jul. 4, 1918 in Terryville, Litchfield County, Connecticut, and his death on Jan. 27, 2001 in Bradenton, Manatee County, Florida. It presents thi obituary:
Henry "Hank" W. Niesiobedzki, 82, of Bradenton, died Jan. 27. Born in Terryville, Conn., Mr. Niesiobedzki came to Manatee County from New Britain, Conn., in 1947. He was the owner and operator of Hank's Barber Shop in Holmes Beach. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was a member of American Legion Kirby Stewart Post 24 in Bradenton. He was a member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Visitation and services were Jan. 30. A funeral mass will be held at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 31, at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 3100 26th St. W., Bradenton. Brown and Sons Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. He is survived by wife Margaret S.; daughters Helen M. and Linda N. Yant of Bradenton; son Andrew of Sarasota; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.


General Notes: Wife - Margaret Kathleen SMOKE

Margaret Kathleen Smoke married Henry Walter Niesiobedzki on 1 May 1943 in Chapel #1, Drew Field, Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida. ["Florida Marriages, 1830-1993", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:234T-QG1 : accessed 30 September 2015), Henry Walter Niesiobedzki and Margaret Kathleen Smoke, 1943.]

Obituary: Margaret S. Niesiobedzki, 83, of Bradenton, died December 2, 2003.
Born November 30, 1920, in Paris, France, she moved to Bradenton in 1931 from Arcadia. She was a retired medical secretary for Bradenton Orthopedics Associates. She was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church. She is survived by a son, Drew of Sarasota; two daughters, Helen M. Niesiobedzki and Linda N. Yant, both of Bradenton; sister, Patricia Blickensderfer of Bradenton; four grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. Visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. with Vigil Service at 6 p.m., Thursday, December 4 at Brown & Sons Funeral Homes, 43rd St. Chapel, 604 43rd St. W. A funeral mass will be at 1 p.m., Friday, December 5 at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 3100 26th St. W. Burial will be in Skyway Memorial Gardens in Palmetto. Memorial donations may be made to Hospice of Southwest Florida, 5955 Rand Blvd., Sarasota, FL 34238. [The Bradenton Herald, Thursday, December 4, 2003. GenealogyBank.com (http://www.genealogybank.com/doc/obituaries/obit/0FF408E2B6E3A8B6-0FF408E2B6E3A8B6 : accessed 30 September 2015)

Margaret Smoke Niesiobedzki is buried in Skyway Memorial Gardens, Palmetto, Manatee County, Florida. A picture of her headstone, shared with her husband, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 98577484:

MARGARET
1920 - 2003
NIESIOBEDZKI

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Danny Lee YANT and Linda Ann NIESIOBEDZKI




Husband Danny Lee YANT (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Henry Walter NIESIOBEDZKI, USAAF, WWII (1918-2001)
       Mother: Margaret Kathleen SMOKE (1920-2003)



 Other Spouse: Frederick Allen ELLIS


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Count Alfred NIEZYCHOWSKI and Nanine Harisse ULMAN




Husband Count Alfred NIEZYCHOWSKI

         Born: 28 July 1888 - Poznan, Poland
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       Buried:  - Mount Elliott Cemetery, Wayne County, Michigan
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Wife Nanine Harisse ULMAN 3577,3580

         Born: 8 December 1896 - Baltimore County, Maryland 3580
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       Buried:  - Mount Elliott Cemetery, Wayne County, Michigan


       Father: Jacob Albert ULMAN (1865-1935) 3577
       Mother: Katherine Daniel CARY (1874-1964) 3577




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General Notes: Husband - Count Alfred NIEZYCHOWSKI

Alfred Niezychowski is buried in Section N, Lot 54, Space 6, Mount Elliott Cemetery, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 83929796:

BELOVED HUSBAND
ALFRED NIEZYCHOWSKI
JULY 18, 1888 - JUNE 13, 1964

Wikipedia presents this obituary and history with numerous citations, more requested:
Alfred Graf von Niezychowski (July 28, 1888 \endash June 13, 1964) was a German Count of Polish descent, a Lieutenant Commander of a German commerce raider ship during World War I, an author and lecturer, and a Michigan political candidate for public office.
Niezychowski's father died when he was nine years old. Two years later, his mother, now 37 years old, married the 29-year-old Count Rodryg Dunin, and had four more children. They lived on the Granówko estate, near Poznań. Niezychowski was educated at the German military school at Wahlstadt, Silesia, and at the naval schools at Danzig (Gdańsk) and Kiel.
As an adult, Niezychowski joined the German merchant marine of the Hamburg-American Line, and was an officer on such ships as the Hamburg-American liner Victoria Louise and the North German Lloyd liner Prinzess Irene in 1914, before being transferred to his most famous assignment, the German passenger liner Kronprinz Wilhelm, where he held the rank of Lieutenant. He was later promoted to Lieutenant Commander in the German naval reserve and became second in command. The ship was one of the fastest in the world, having won the Blue Riband a few years earlier for the fastest-ever Atlantic crossing, in 5 days, 11 hours, and 57 minutes.
Germany entered World War I in August 1914, while the ship was in port in New York City, and the Kronprinz Wilhelm was ordered into service with the Imperial German Navy as an auxiliary cruiser. She left port and rendezvoused with the SMS Karlsruhe to have deck guns installed, and then spent the next 251 days capturing and sinking commercial vessels off the coast of South America, while simultaneously evading capture by the Allies. The ship eventually ran out of supplies, and dozens of the men in her crew had become sick with beri-beri from the restricted diet on the long voyage. Her captain headed for Virginia, and successfully evading the British ships guarding the port, entered safe harbor at Newport News, in 1915. At the Norfolk Navy Yard, the ship and crew were originally interned as neutrals by the United States, until that country entered the war in 1917. At that time, Niezychowski and the rest of the crew became American prisoners of war and the ship was officially seized by the US Navy. Renamed the USS Von Steuben, she was turned into a troopship.
Despite officially being a prisoner of the United States, Niezychowski was evidently quite a popular storyteller among influential Americans, partially because he was the nephew of Baron Ladislaus Hengelmüller von Hengervár, who had been Austro-Hungarian ambassador to the United States for decades, until retiring in 1913. Niezychowski was known as the "jolly Polish count" and after his release from Fort McPherson, Georgia in August 1919, he moved to Washington DC, where he was welcomed into diplomatic and society circles.[1] He was also President of the Polish American Navigation Company of New York.
In October 1923, Niezychowski became engaged to Nanine H. Ulman (1896-1972), a Baltimore socialite and Colonial Dame, daughter of Jacob A. Ulman of Helmore Farms in Green Spring Valley, and great grandniece of President Thomas Jefferson. Niezychowski renounced his European titles, became an American citizen in January 1926, and married on December 27, 1927. Admiral Walter McLean, commander of the Norfolk Navy Yard where his ship had been interned ten years earlier, was his best man.
After his wedding, Niezychowski and his wife moved to Detroit, Michigan, where he entered the business world. First he worked as a salesman with a printing and advertising company, and later with the Seldon & Johnson real estate firm. In 1928, he published a book about the Kronprinz Wilhelm's 251-day adventure, and gave lectures on the subject.[2] He was known for signing autographs with green ink, and one of his lecture taglines was that of all of the ships that had been sunk during the ship's wartime duty, it had never caused the loss of a single human life. The capturing and sinking had been done in a very civilized, even courteous, manner. Passengers who had been taken aboard from a captured vessel were often given first class accommodations aboard the ex-passenger liner (members of the crew, received second class cabins), until they could be transferred to another ship.
In 1932, while in the investment brokerage business, Niezychowski ran as a Democratic candidate for the Michigan First District. He was a staunch Democrat, and wanted to fight for the immediate repeal of the Eighteenth Amendment, as well as lowering tariff laws to restore foreign trade. However, he lost in the primary election to George G. Sadowski.[3]
Niezychowski and Nanine had no biological children, though Niezychowski did become guardian for the children of his half-brother Count Antoni Dunin, after both Antoni and his wife Zofia Werner Dunin (daughter of Polish vice-Finance Minister Edward Werner) had been killed in 1939, during the German offensive in the Invasion of Poland. According to the Detroit News, Alfred worked with Senator Homer Ferguson of Michigan, to obtain visas so that the orphaned children could enter the United States in the 1940s. They were:
Count Stanley Dunin, who later participated in a NASA project, launching the world's first geosynchronous communications satellite
Countess Magda Dunin Hirata, who later married Japanese-American scientist Arthur Hirata
Countess Christine Dunin Zika, later the mother of noted botanist Peter Zika
In 1964 Niezychowski died in Michigan, and was buried in Mount Elliott Cemetery in Grosse Pointe.
Count Alfred von Niezychowki, authored "The Cruise of the Kronprinz Wilhelm", 1928, Doubleday & Company, with introductions by Admiral Walter McLean (commandant of the Virginia Norfolk Navy Yard where the Kronprinz Wilhelm was interned), and Count Felix von Luckner
The memorial lists his birth in Posen, Poland and his death in Michigan

The Kronprinz Wilhelm, as an auxiliary cruiser, sank 15 ships and captured 16 ships during 1914-1915.


General Notes: Wife - Nanine Harisse ULMAN

Nanine Harisse Ulman Niezychowski is buried inSection N, Lot 138, Space 5, Mount Elliott Cemetery, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 83930130:

NANINE U. NIEZYCHOWSKI
1896 1972

The memorial lists her birth on December 8, 1896 in Stevenson, Baltimore County, Maryland, and her death on October 23, 1972 in Grosse Pointe, Wayne County, Michigan. It links to memorials for her husband, Alfred Niezychowski (1888 - 1964) and her parents, Jacob Albert Ulman (1865 - 1935) and Katherine Daniel Cary Ulman (1875 - 1964)

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Daniel Kittrell RAY and Genevieve NIMMONS




Husband Daniel Kittrell RAY

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       Father: Fitzhugh McMaster RAY (1863-1933) 890
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General Notes: Husband - Daniel Kittrell RAY

D. K. Ray, Gaffney, is named as a surviving brother in the July 12, 1960 obituary of Mrs, R. L. [Nannie Ray] Hughes.

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Rev. Oscar David NISWONGER and Alma Irene ROBINSON




Husband Rev. Oscar David NISWONGER 3455

         Born: 3 April 1901 3455
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       Buried:  - Post Oak Cemetery, Bollinger County, Missouri 3455
     Marriage: Abt 1927



Wife Alma Irene ROBINSON 3456

         Born: 1 April 1905 3456
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       Buried:  - Post Oak Cemetery, Bollinger County, Missouri 3456


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1 M Paul Robinson NISWONGER 3454

         Born: 14 September 1930 - Missouri 3454
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       Buried:  - Post Oak Cemetery, Bollinger County, Missouri 3454
       Spouse: Mozelle J. BYLES



General Notes: Husband - Rev. Oscar David NISWONGER

Oscar David NISWONGER and his wife Alma Irene ROBINSON are buried in Post Oak Cemetery, Patton, Bollinger County, Missouri. A picture of their shared headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 9239403 created by JMitchell on Aug 01, 2004:

NISWONGER
ALMA IRENE OSCAR DAVID
APR. 1, 1905 APR. 3, 1901
[NO DATE] OCT. 23, 1972

On back of the headstone:

REV. O. D. NISWONGER
A METHODIST MINISTER FOR 50 YEARS
MEMBER OF THE
MISSOURI EAST CONFERENCE


General Notes: Wife - Alma Irene ROBINSON

Alma Irene ROBINSON and her husband Oscar David NISWONGER are buried in Post Oak Cemetery, Patton, Bollinger County, Missouri. A picture of their shared headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 9239403 created by JMitchell on Aug 01, 2004:

NISWONGER
ALMA IRENE OSCAR DAVID
APR. 1, 1905 APR. 3, 1901
[NO DATE] OCT. 23, 1972

Alma's Find A Grave Memorial# 9239404 created by JMitchell on Aug 01, 2004 lists her date of death, Mar. 16, 1997, which is not on the headstone.
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Jonathan Patrick NIVENS and Cynthia Caroline WILLINGHAM




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       Father: Russell Leigh WILLINGHAM
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2 M Sean Patrick NIVENS (details suppressed for this person)

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Marion Caldwell NIVENS and Barbara Gray SINCLAIR




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John Burel WALLER and Elizabeth NIX




Husband John Burel WALLER

         Born: 14 June 1847 - Tennessee
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       Father: Jonas Memory WALLER (1803-1884)
       Mother: Martha Washington EMMERSON (1817-1899)


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Dr. NIXON and Charlotte PETERSON




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Wife Charlotte PETERSON 766

         Born: Abt 1881 - Alabama 4229
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       Father: H. C. PETERSON (      -      ) 766
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 Other Spouse: James Daniel ERWIN 766,769


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General Notes: Wife - Charlotte PETERSON

Charlotte PETERSON, called "Lottie", first married Dr. NIXON. After his death, she married James ERWIN, who had at this point had changed his middle name from Daniel to Lanier. In January 1920, they, without children, live in Columbia, South Carolina.
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Walter Lonnie YATES and Addie Lee NIXON




Husband Walter Lonnie YATES

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1 F Margaret Evelyn YATES 3943

         Born: 8 September 1917 - Carroll County, Georgia 43
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       Spouse: Jim H. DANIEL (living)
       Spouse: George MULKEY 3943



General Notes: Husband - Walter Lonnie YATES

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K72T-P15 : accessed 07 Oct 2012), Lonnie Yates, Burwell, Militia District 1371, Carroll, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 22-34, sheet 10B, family 197, NARA digital publication T627, roll 647:
Household Gender Age Birthplace
head Lonnie Yates M 54 Georgia
wife Lea Yates F 50 Georgia
daughter Evelyn Yates F 22 Georgia
son Ray Yates M 19 Georgia
daughter Nell Yates F 16 Georgia
daughter Hazel Yates F 14 Georgia
son Lovie Yates M 10 Georgia

Walter L. Yates born about 1884 died 5 January 1959 in Carroll County, Georgia at age 73. ["Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V43Z-3FY : accessed 07 Oct 2012), Walter L Yates, 1959.

Walter Lonnie YATES, deceased, is named is named in the 1997 obituary of his daughter, Mrs. Margaret Evelyn Yates Daniel MULKEY.
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Carl NIXON and Gertrude SUDDUTH




Husband Carl NIXON 3491

         Born: 19 April 1895
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         Died: June 1987 - Douglas County, Georgia
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1915



Wife Gertrude SUDDUTH 3491

         Born: 14 June 1895
   Christened: 
         Died: March 1968
       Buried:  - Salem United Methodist Church Cemetery, Heard County, Georgia


Children
1 F Willie Carl NIXON 43

         Born: 15 June 1915 - Carroll County, Georgia 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 October 2000 - Heard County, Georgia 43
       Buried: 30 October 2000 - Olive Branch Baptist Church Cemetery
       Spouse: Samuel Lee DANIEL 847
         Marr: 30 August 1930 - Franklin, Heard County, Georgia



General Notes: Wife - Gertrude SUDDUTH

Gertrude SUDDUTH was a daughter of Ross and Docia A. Sudduth. She married William Carl NIXON on 16 Aug 1914 in Heard County, Georgia. They were the parents of Willie Carl NIXON who married Samuel Lee DANIEL.

Gertrude and William divorced. She married second James Walter BOZEMAN.

Gertrude is buried in next to James in the Bozeman Family Plot, Salem Cemetery, Franklin, Heard County, Georgia. A picture of her partially legible grave marker is on Find A Grave Memorial# 27757744 created by: Bob & Valerie (Johnson) ... on Jun 22, 2008:

GERTRUDE S.
[illegible]

The memorial lists her birth on Jun. 14, 1895 in Alabama, and her death on Mar. 15, 1968.

"BOSMAN [sic], GERTRUDE 14 Jun 1895 Mar 1968 72 36274 (Roanoke, Randolph, AL) (none specified) Georgia 258-32-2143" [SSDI]


Notes: Marriage



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Henry NIXON




Husband Henry NIXON

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Children
1 F Sarah NIXON

         Born: 2 March 1789
   Christened: 
         Died:  - St. Francis County, Arkansas
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Henry HALBERT
         Marr: 10 December 1807 - Lewis County, Kentucky


2 F Margaret NIXON

         Born: Abt 1792
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1822 - Lewis County, Kentucky
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John HALBERT
         Marr: 2 March 1810 - Lewis County, Kentucky



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George NOLAN, RS-VA




Husband George NOLAN, RS-VA 195

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Wife

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Children
1 M James NOLAN 195

         Born: 1780 - Virginia
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         Died: Abt 1855 - Wilkes County, Georgia
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       Spouse: Almedia FLORENCE 195



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Sgt. James W. NOLAN, CSA and Mary Frances "Fannie" PEARSON




Husband Sgt. James W. NOLAN, CSA 194

         Born: 1837 - Wilkes County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1890
       Buried: 


       Father: James NOLAN (1780-Abt 1855) 195
       Mother: Almedia FLORENCE (      -1849) 195


     Marriage: 1861 195



Wife Mary Frances "Fannie" PEARSON 195

         Born: 1840 - Fort Jessup, Sabine Parish, Louisiana 195
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         Died: After 1890
       Buried: 


       Father: Benjamin Waller PEARSON (Abt 1815-After 1880)
       Mother: Julia Emma MARSH (Abt 1819-Abt 1901)




Children
1 M Walter NOLAN 194

         Born: Abt 1862 - Louisiana
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2 M Ernest NOLAN 194

         Born: Abt 1863 - Louisiana
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3 F Minnie NOLAN 194

         Born: Abt 1864 - Louisiana
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4 M Arthur NOLAN 194

         Born: March 1870 - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana
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       Spouse: Annie --?--
         Marr: Bef 1898


5 M Clarence NOLAN 194

         Born: Abt 1872 - Louisiana
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6 M Eugene NOLAN 194

         Born: Abt 1873 - Louisiana
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7 M Emitt NOLAN 194

         Born: Abt 1876 - Louisiana
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8 M R. L. NOLAN 194

         Born: Abt 1877 - Louisiana
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9 M T. J. NOLAN 194

         Born: Abt 1878 - Louisiana
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General Notes: Husband - Sgt. James W. NOLAN, CSA

1860 LOUISIANA De Soto, Mansfield P.O., Series: M653 Roll: 410 Page: 914:
665 687 J. W. NOLAN 28 M W Farmer 15,000 30,000 GA (Living alone.)

Nolan Record of C.S.A. Service: "JAMES W. NOLAN, Sgt., Co. D, enlisted 26 Apr 1862 at Mansfield, LA, born Wilkes Co. GA, age 25, blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion, occupation farmer & was 5' 10" tall. Discharged by substitution on 23 Sep 1862." "Discharged by substitution" means he paid somebody else to finish up his duty for him. He served for five months. (Ancestry.com, received from Linda Marsh)

1880 U.S. Census, Louisiana, DeSoto County, 4th Ward; Series: T9 Roll: 452 Page: 291; J. W. NOLAN Self M Male W 40 GA GA GA; F. P. NOLAN Wife M Female W 38 AL --- ---; Walter NOLAN Son S Male W 18 LA At School GA AL; Ernest NOLAN Son S Male W 17 LA At School GA AL; Minnie NOLAN Dau S Female W 16 LA At School GA AL; Arthur NOLAN Son S Male W 10 LA At School GA AL; Clarence NOLAN Son S Male W 8 LA At School GA AL; Eugene NOLAN Son S Male W 7 LA GA AL; Emitt NOLAN Son S Male W 4 LA GA AL; R. L. NOLAN Son S Male W 3 LA GA AL; T. J. NOLAN Son S Male W 2 LA GA AL; S. R. GEE Other M Male W 21 AL Laborer NC AL; Rose MILLER Other S Female B 12 LA Servant LA LA.

DeSoto Parish, Louisiana; Biography: James W. Nolan - n450
Source: Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northwest Louisiana
The Southern Publishing Company, Chicago & Nashville, 1890
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James W. Nolan was reared to a knowledge farm life by his father, James Nolan, and like the majority of farmers' boys he has followed in his ancestor's footsteps, and is now one of the leading agriculturists of this parish. He is a native of Wilkes County, Ga., where he was born in 1837, and until eighteen years of age, at which time the father died, he remained under the shelter of the paternal roof, his mother, whose maiden name was Almedia Florence, having died when he was twelve years old. The father was born in Virginia in 1780, being a son of George Nolan, who was of English descent, a Revolutionary soldier, and died in his native State of Virginia. The mother was born in Lincoln County, Ga., in which State her father, Thomas Florence, was born and spent his life, being a tiller of the Soil. James W. Nolan was the first of three sons and three daughters, and received a good education in his youth at Washington, Ga., also spending one term in the University of Virginia at Charlotteville. In 1859 he came to De Soto Parish, La., and farmed until the opening of the war. He was married in 1861 to Miss Mary Fannie, daughter of Benjamin W. and Julia Pearson, the former a native of Raleigh, N. C., and the latter of Camden, Ala., their marriage taking place in Montgomery, of the latter State. They came to De Soto Parish in 1840, the father dying in 1876, aged about seventy-two, and the mother still living, at the age of seventy-three years, a worthy member of the Methodist Church. Mrs. Nolan was born at Fort Jessup, Sabine Parish, La., in 1840, and is the third of eleven children, and the mother of thirteen children, ten sons and two daughters living. Mr. Nolan served for a short time in the Confederate army in Shelly's battalion, which was afterward merged into the Crescent Regiment, and held the rank of sergeant. After the war he spent four years as a merchant of Mansfield, but has since devoted his attention to farming, being the owner of about 1,800 acres, with 600 cleared. He is also operating a saw, grist-mill and cotton gin, in all of which enterprises he is doing well. He and his wife have been members in good standing of the Methodist Church for a long time, and for many years he has been a member of the A. F. & A. M.



General Notes: Wife - Mary Frances "Fannie" PEARSON

The 1880 census on Frances Pearson NOLAN indicates she was born in Alabama, although the biography of her husband states she was born in Louisiana. 195
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James Richard SHOWALTER and Olene NOLEN




Husband James Richard SHOWALTER

         Born: 1 April 1912 - Wabash County, Indiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 October 1995 - Wabash County, Indiana
       Buried:  - Falls Memorial Gardens, Wabash County, Indiana
     Marriage: 8 January 1938 - Kaufman County, Texas



Wife Olene NOLEN 2313

         Born: 20 December 1903 - Smith County, Texas 2313
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 July 1958 - Wabash County, Indiana
       Buried:  - Falls Memorial Gardens, Wabash County, Indiana


       Father: Andrew J. NOLEN (1868-1928) 1374
       Mother: Edda BUTTS (1875-1945) 1375




Children

General Notes: Husband - James Richard SHOWALTER

James Richard "Dick" SHOWALTER's Find A Grave Memorial# 50186657, created by Friends of Falls Cemetery on March 25, 2010, presents this obituary:

OBITUARY - News-Sentinel, Fort Wayne (IN) - October 11, 1995
JAMES R. "DICK" SHOWALTER, 83, of rural Roann died yesterday in Wabash County Hospital.
The Wabash native was a retiree of Wabash Alloys, and also worked at General Tire and Celotex Corp.
His first wives, Olin, died in 1958, and Alleen , died in 1977. Surviving are his wife, E. Marie; stepdaughters, Phyllis Stollenwerk of San Jose, Calif., Peggy King of Irvine, Calif., and Rebecca Picur of Chicago; stepsons, Stephen Plummer of Winston-Salem, N.C., and Alfred Plummer III of Wabash; a brother, Lee of Greene, N.Y.; 14 stepgrandchildren; and two stepgreat-grandchildren.
Services are 10 a.m. Friday in Grandstaff-Hentgen Funeral Home, Wabash, where calling is 4 to 8 p.m. tomorrow. #Burial will be in Falls Cemetery. Memorials are to Wabash Christian Church building fund.

The memorial also shows two of his wives, Olene N Nolen Showalter (1903 - 1958) and Aileen K (Plummer) Showalter (1920 - 1977).



General Notes: Wife - Olene NOLEN

Olene N. Nolen SHOWALTER's Find A Grave Memorial# 46079653, created by Friends of Falls Cemetery on December 28, 2009, presents the following obituary:

OBITUARY - Plain Dealer, Wabash (IN)
Mrs. Richard Showalter, 54, 535 Manchester Avenue, who had been ill one week, died at 1:45 p.m. Friday in the Wabash County Hospital.
Mrs. Showalter was born Dec. 20, 1903 in Winona, Tex., the daughter of Andrew J. [and] Edda (Butts) Nolen. She was married Jan. 8, 1938 in Terrell, Tex., to Richard Showalter.
The decedent had been a resident of Wabash for four years and was a member of the Christian church.
Survivors include the husband, one daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Bantham Jr., Wabash; three sisters, Mrs. Clyde Dale, Mrs. Kirby Dale and Miss Inez Nolen, Winona, Tex., two brothers, William Nolen, Tyler, Tex., and Jack Nolen, Lima, O.; and three grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in the Jones Funeral Home with Dr. W.W. Wimberly officiating. #Burial will be in Falls Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Saturday.

The memorial lists Olene's parents Andrew Jackson Nolen (____ - 1928) and Etta 'Edda' Butts Nolen (____ - 1945) and her husband, James Richard Showalter (1912 - 1995) It also provides her burial in Sec L, lot 136, sp 4, Falls Memorial Gardens, Wabash, Wabash County, Indiana.
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William Ready WATSON, Jr. and Dolly NORFLEET




Husband William Ready WATSON, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: William Ready WATSON, Sr. (1897-      )
       Mother: Natalie KAMMER (1892-1980)


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Wife Dolly NORFLEET (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 M William Ready WATSON III (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Sheila BEARD (living)
       Spouse: Joan BRAY (living)


2 M Robert Norfleet WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Michele BETHAN (living)


3 F Cheryl Ann WATSON 4836

         Born: 1955
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         Died: 1955 4837
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4 M Richard Allen WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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5 F Robin Sayanne WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Mark Samuel LEOY (living)



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Kyle VERRET and Eleanor Jane NORMAN




Husband Kyle VERRET (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Eleanor Jane NORMAN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: James Clyde NORMAN
       Mother: Alice Durfee HOWE




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Thomas B. SMITH and Mary A. NORMAN




Husband Thomas B. SMITH 378

         Born: 17 December 1830
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 May 1864 - Arizona
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 19 October 1851 - Tennessee 378



Wife Mary A. NORMAN 378

         Born: 11 December 1829 - Tennessee
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         Died: November 1899 - Van Zandt County, Texas
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Martha Frances SMITH 378

         Born: 30 November 1853 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1942
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John C. PASCHALL 378
         Marr: 24 December 1871 - Van Zandt County, Texas 378



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Louis Lauvel RABALAIS and Marie Lucile NORMAND




Husband Louis Lauvel RABALAIS

         Born: 15 July 1850 - Bayou Des Glaises, Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 July 1924 - Boradino, Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 


       Father: St. James RABALAIS (1816-      )
       Mother: Melenie RABALAIS (1815-After 1860)


     Marriage: Bef 1888



Wife Marie Lucile NORMAND

         Born: 20 March 1856 - Mansura, Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 October 1932 - Alexandria, Rapides Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Henrietta RABALAIS 2280

         Born: 22 February 1888 - Moreauville, Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana 2280
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 February 1971 - Houston, Harris County, Texas
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Thomas Cade MARSH, Sr. 2280
         Marr: 12 September 1917 - Moreauville, Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana



General Notes: Husband - Louis Lauvel RABALAIS

Louis Lauvel Rabalais was born 15 JUL 1850 in Bayou Des Glaises, Avoyelles Parish, La., and died 30 JUL 1924 in Boradino, Avoyelles, La.. He was the son of 4. St. James Rabalais and 5. Melenie Rabalais (http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com, Linda MARSH)


General Notes: Wife - Marie Lucile NORMAND

Marie Lucile Normand was born 20 MAR 1856 in Mansura, Avoyelles, La., and died 16 OCT 1932 in Alexandria, Rapides Parish, La.. She was the daughter of 6. Pierre P. III Normand and 7. Louisa Cecile Bordelon (http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com. Linda Marsh)

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George W. NORRED and Bertha SMITH




Husband George W. NORRED

         Born: Abt 1879 - Randolph County, Alabama
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Wife Bertha SMITH

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Children
1 F Julie NORRED

          AKA: Eula Mae NORRED
         Born: 
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         Died: November 2013
       Buried: 
       Spouse: S1C Johnnie W. WATTS, USN, WWII 1171
       Spouse: Gene HARRISON (living)



General Notes: Husband - George W. NORRED

"United States Census, 1880," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M4V8-XD5 : accessed 02 Apr 2014), George W Norred in household of William C Norred, Roanoke, Randolph, Alabama, United States; citing sheet 359B, NARA microfilm publication T9.
William C Norred Self M 28 Alabama, United States
Lula Norred Daughter F 6 Alabama, United States
Richard Norred Son M 4 Alabama, United States
George W Norred Son M 1 Alabama, United States
Arletha Norred Wife F 32 Alabama, United States

Bertha Norred, born about 1895, died 21 Jun 1942 in Troup County, Georgia, at age 47. Certificate Number 13764. ["Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V4MP-N6H : accessed 03 Apr 2014), Bertha Norred, 21 Jun 1942; citing "Georgia Deaths, 1919-1998," Ancestry.com; Troup, Georgia, Certificate number 13764, Health Department, Office of Vital Records, Atlanta.]

George Marion [?] Norred, born 10 December 1878, age 39, registered for the Selective Service draft on 9-2-1918 in Randolph County, Alabama. He was a self employed farmer in Roanoak, Alabama. His nearest relative was Mrs. Bertha Norred of the same place. His registration card is signed with an X mark between George and M. Norrad. He is described as being of medium height and build with blue eyes and dark hair. ["United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K3PG-FR5 : accessed 03 Apr 2014), George Marion Norred, 1917-1918; citing Randolph County, Alabama, United States, NARA microfilm publication M1509, (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d); FHL microfilm 1509436.]

George M [sic, W?] Norred, born about 1878, died 11 Nov 1950 in Troup County,, Georgia, at age 72. Certificate number 25942. ["Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V4MB-KDT : accessed 03 Apr 2014), George M Norred, 11 Nov 1950; citing "Georgia Deaths, 1919-1998," Ancestry.com; Troup, Georgia, certificate number 25942, Health Department, Office of Vital Records, Atlanta.]

Rosie Lee Blackmon, daughter of George Norred and Bertha Smith, born about 1911, died 27 Sep 1969 in Roanoke, Randolph, Alabama, at age 58.
She was the wife of William J. Blackmon. ["Alabama, Deaths, 1908-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JN9X-LK4 : accessed 02 Apr 2014), George Norred in entry for Rosie Lee Blackmon, 27 Sep 1969; citing reference 23974, Department of Health, Montgomery; FHL microfilm 1992713.]

SON, born abt 1919???
"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K7PS-1DV : accessed 03 Apr 2014), George Norred in household of Jessie Kuichen, Columbus, Militia District 921, Muscogee, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 106-37, sheet 1A, family 8, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 698.
Jessie Kuichen Head M 46 Georgia
Sadie Kuichen Wife F 45 Georgia
Jessie Kuichen Son M 13 Georgia
George Norred, Jr Lodger M 21 Alabama Twister Cotton mill.
On 1 April 1935, George Norred, Jr. resided in Roanoak, Alabama.

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S1C Johnnie W. WATTS, USN, WWII and Julie NORRED




Husband S1C Johnnie W. WATTS, USN, WWII 1171

         Born: 14 April 1927 - Alabama 1171
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 November 2010
       Buried:  - Marseilles Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia


       Father: Guss Oliver WATTS, USA, WWI (1887-1962) 790,1171
       Mother: Allie Lois VAUGHN (Abt 1902-Bef 2010) 1171


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: June Ruth BRAZELL



Wife Julie NORRED

          AKA: Eula Mae NORRED
         Born: 
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         Died: November 2013
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       Father: George W. NORRED (Abt 1879-      )
       Mother: Bertha SMITH (      -      )



 Other Spouse: Gene HARRISON


Children
1 M Sgt Charles Kenneth WATTS, USA

         Born: 31 March 1949
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 October 2003 - Chambers County, Alabama
       Buried: 18 October 2003 - Reeds Chapel Baptist Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia
       Spouse: Judy WEBB (living)


2 M Bill WATTS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Dean --?-- (living)


3 F Judy Ann WATTS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Thomas Willard CLUBB



General Notes: Husband - S1C Johnnie W. WATTS, USN, WWII

Obituary: Mr. Johnnie Watts, 83, of Lanett died Monday, Nov. 1, 2010 at his residence. A memorial service is planned for Saturday, Nov. 6 at 2 p.m. at Johnson Brown-Service Funeral Home Chapel in Valley with the Rev. Bill Heath officiating. Mr. Watts is survived by his wife, June Ruth Watts; four children, Bill (Dean) Watts of West Point, Judy Ann (Tommy) Clubb of McDonough, Ga., Steve (Dianne) Willingham of Dadeville and Tony Willingham of Tuskegee; seven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and one stepsister, Jessie Mae (Cason) McClain of Cleveland, Ga. Born April 14, 1927 in LaFayette, Mr. Watts was the son of the late Allie Lois Vaughn Watts and Gus Oliver Watts. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather. Mr. Watts was a veteran of World War II, where he served in the U. S. Navy. He was a retired employee of West Point Home's Lanett Mill with more than 20 years of service with the company. Mr. Watts was a former employee of the A & P Grocery Store and had also worked for the past 15 years at Valley Pharmacy. He was a member of Three Pines Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorials be made in his memory to Vista Care. Johnson Brown-Service Funeral Home of Valley is handling arrangements. [The Valley Times-News, Lanett, Alabama, Wednesday, November 3, 2010]

Johnnie is buried in Marseilles Cemetery, West Point, Troup County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 96590250:

JOHNNIE W WATTS
S1 US NAVY
WORLD WAR II
APR 14 1927 NOV 1 2010
LOVING HUSBAND AND FATHER

The memorial links to that of his wife, June Ruth Watts (1933 - 2012).


General Notes: Wife - Julie NORRED

Julie Norred was a daughter of George [William?] Norred and Bertha Smith. Julie was born Eula Mae Norred but was called "Julie" by her preference. [Judy Ann Watts Clubb, 3/28/2014]

"mother and step-father, Julie and Gene Harrison of Clarksville, Tenn." is named as survivors in the 2003 obituary of Kenneth "Kenny Bug" Watts.
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Russell NORRED and Karen WHITE




Husband Russell NORRED (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Karen WHITE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: R. D. WHITE (1931-1988)
       Mother: Geneva Pearl WALDREP (1937-2012)




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James Perry PARKER and Dorothy Rose NORRIS




Husband James Perry PARKER 408

         Born: 11 November 1926 1359
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 February 1990 - Troup County, Georgia 1359
       Buried:  - Myrtle Hill Cemetery 1359
     Marriage: 30 March 1944 1359



Wife Dorothy Rose NORRIS 1359

         Born: 13 April 1926 - Troup County, Georgia 1359
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 November 2010 - Troup County, Georgia
       Buried: 18 November 2010 - Myrtle Hill Cemetery


Children
1 M Jack Edward PARKER (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Spouse: Peggy Lynn DANIEL (living)



General Notes: Wife - Dorothy Rose NORRIS

Dorothy Rose NORRIS was born in Hogansville, Troup County, Georgia.

"Dorothy Norris Parker, 84, of Hogansville, GA, died Monday, Nov. 15, 2010. Graveside services will be 4 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 18 in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. The family will receive friends from 6 until 8 Wednesday night at Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville." [Deaths published on Wednesday, November 17, 2010, Times Herald, Newnan, Georgia]


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Bill PRUITT and Jimmy NORRIS




Husband Bill PRUITT (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Jimmy NORRIS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: NORRIS
       Mother: Myrna Loy HANDLEY




Children
1 F Rhonda Kay PRUITT (details suppressed for this person)

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Joseph Graham NORRIS and Uneta STRICKLAND




Husband Joseph Graham NORRIS (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Uneta STRICKLAND (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Larry Gene NORRIS, Sr. (details suppressed for this person)

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James H. TILLMAN and Mary N. NORRIS




Husband James H. TILLMAN 1533

         Born: June 1869 - South Carolina 1533
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     Marriage: Abt 1896



Wife Mary N. NORRIS 1533

         Born: August 1875 - South Carolina 1533
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       Father: Alfred Junius NORRIS (1839-Bef 1910) 1315
       Mother: Mary J. --?-- (1839-After 1919) 1533




Children
1 F Hellen P. TILLMAN 1533

         Born: July 1897 - South Carolina 1533
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General Notes: Husband - James H. TILLMAN

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Edgefield; Series: T623 Roll: 1526 Page: 183: 258 258 NORRIS Alfred J. Head W M Jany 1839 61 M 36 SC SC SC Landlord; -- Mary J. Wife W F July 1839 60 M 36 1 1 SC SC SC[next page] TILLMAN, Mary N. Dau W F Aug 1875 M 4 1 1 SC SC SC; -- James H. S. in law W M June 1869 30 M 4 SC SC SC Lawyer; -- Hellen P. GrDau W F July 1897 2 S SC SC SC.

In 1910, James and Mary do not live together, she and their daughter Helen live with her widowed mother, also in Edgefield.
1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Pickens Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1459 Page: 145:
188 188 TILLMAN Jas. H. Head M W 40 M1 14 SC SC SC None;
JENKINS John Servant M B 25 S SC SC SC Servant.


General Notes: Wife - Mary N. NORRIS

Mary "Mamie" N. NORRIS married James H. TILLMAN about 1896. By 1900, they had a daughter Helen P. By 1910, Mamie and James are separated, she living with her mother and he living alone.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Wise Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1459 Page: 181: 119 127 NORRIS Mary J. Head M W 70 Wd - 1 1 SC SC SC None; TILLMAN Mamie N. Dau F W 34 M - 1 1 SC SC SC None; -- Helen P. G Dau F W 12 S SC SC SC; BUTLER Alfred Hired man M B 80 M 1 SC SC SC Butler Private family;

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Wise Twp, Edgefield Ward 2; Series: T625 Roll: 1694 Page: 167: 114 116 NORRIS Mary J. Head F W 80 Wd SC SC SC None; TILLMAN Mamie N. Dau F W 44 Wd SC SC SC None; -- Hellen P. GrDau F W 22 S SC SC SC None; HARLING Wilber M. Boarder M W 45 M SC SC SC Electrican Town lights.

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Robert Harold NORRIS and Lela Bland TOMPKINS




Husband Robert Harold NORRIS 1632

         Born: 22 August 1898 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 1632
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       Father: Eppes Josiah NORRIS (1855-1926) 1315,1632
       Mother: Isabella MIMS (1866-1956) 1632


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Wife Lela Bland TOMPKINS

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A. B. WALKER and Sallie NORRIS




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Wife Sallie NORRIS 2961

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       Father: Rev. Alexander Pope NORRIS (Abt 1822-      ) 1128,2961
       Mother: Louisa Rebecca HEAD (Abt 1826-      ) 1128,2961




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Charles Andrew WALDEN and Dorothy NORTHCUT




Husband Charles Andrew WALDEN 3297

         Born: 5 November 1917 - Shawnee, Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma
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       Father: Charles M. WALDEN (1892-1960) 3298
       Mother: Minnie Mae HALBERT (1891-1925) 1626,3299


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Johnny Luther WALDEN and Eululia NORTHCUTT




Husband Johnny Luther WALDEN 3297

         Born: 19 October 1919 - Shawnee, Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma
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       Father: Charles M. WALDEN (1892-1960) 3298
       Mother: Minnie Mae HALBERT (1891-1925) 1626,3299


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NORWOOD and Mary TAYLOR




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Wife Mary TAYLOR 4838

         Born: Cir 1830 - Richland County, South Carolina
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       Father: Colonel Henry Pendleton TAYLOR (1784-1832) 1046
       Mother: Anne Timothy TREZEVANT (1799-1864) 1803




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Mary is named in the 1861 Will of her mother, Ann Timothy TAYLOR.
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John NOWELL and Lydia PERKINS




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Wife Lydia PERKINS 672

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       Mother: Mary --?-- (      -Bef 1668) 672




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Sam C. NUCKOLS and Lutie SMITH




Husband Sam C. NUCKOLS

         Born: 25 April 1882 - Woodford County, Kentucky
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       Buried: 23 November 1956 - Versailles Cemetery, Woodford County, Kentucky


       Father: Charles NUCKOLS, Sr. (1850-1916)
       Mother: Betty A. HURST (1853-1939)


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Wife Lutie SMITH

         Born: 3 May 1889 - Kentucky
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       Father: B. B. SMITH (Abt 1856-      )
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1 M Sam NUCKOLS, Jr.

         Born: 17 August 1915 - Woodford County, Kentucky
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2 F Bettie H. NUCKOLS

         Born: 1917 - Woodford County, Kentucky
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General Notes: Husband - Sam C. NUCKOLS

1920 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Woolford County, Versailles, Market House Pct; Series: T625 Roll: 601 Page: 215:
166 177 NUCKOLS Sam Head M W 31 M KY KY KY _______ Office;
-- Lutie S. Wife F W 30 M KY KY KY;
-- Sam Jr. Son M W 45/12 S KY KY KY;
-- Bettie H. Dau F W 25/12 S KY KY KY;
SMITH B. B. Father-in-law M W 64 Wd KY KY KY Druggist Drug Store;
PAIGE Sarah Servant F B 45 Wd KY KY KY

Sam C. Nuckols, born 25 April 1882, died 23 November 1956 in Versailles, Woodford, Kentucky. He was buried 23 November 1956 in Versailles Cemetery. ["BillionGraves Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KXZW-M5J : accessed 23 Sep 2013), SAM C NUCKOLS, 23 Nov 1956.]


General Notes: Wife - Lutie SMITH

A picture of Lutie Smith's headstone in Versailles Cemetery, Versailles, Woodford County, Kentucky is on http://billiongraves.com/pages/record/LutieSNuckols/3105135:

LUTIE S. NUCKOLS
MAY 3, 1889
MARCH 5, 1958

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Colonel George Doan REHKOPF, WW II, Vietnam and Helene Louise NYE




Husband Colonel George Doan REHKOPF, WW II, Vietnam

         Born: 19 October 1919 - Fort Leavenworth, Kansas
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       Buried:  - United States Military Academy Post Cemetery, West Point, Orange County, New York


       Father: Colonel Edward Bernard REHKOPF, USA (1878-      ) 2093
       Mother: Ellen Darling ERWIN (1884-1978) 2093


     Marriage: 27 November 1943

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Wife Helene Louise NYE

         Born: 20 September 1923
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       Buried:  - United States Military Academy Post Cemetery, West Point, Orange County, New York


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3 F Lynn REHKOPF (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Colonel George Doan REHKOPF, WW II, Vietnam

"Rehkopf, George D. (O25004). B- Kans. 19 Oct 19. A-M. A., Pa. PD> B. S., U.S.M.A., 42. [Official Army Register. 1 January 1945, page 774]

"REHKOPF George Doan O25005 B-Kans 19 Ovt 19 A-MA Pa SS PH(OLC) BSUSMA 42 E--Inf Bsc Grad Inf SCH Bsc O Crse 42 Cadet MA 1 July 39 to May 42 1lt AUS 29 Dec 42 to Maj AUC 25 Jan 46 RA 2lt 29 May 42 to Capt 15 July 48" [Official Army Register, Volume I. United States Army, active and retired lists, 1 January 1950, page 472]

Obituary and Death Notice
SALISBURY -- Colonel (retired) George Doan Rehkopf passed peacefully away Saturday morning in Salisbury, NC, at age 86. Son of Colonel Ned B. Rehkopf (U.S. Military Academy, class of 1902) and maternal grandson of Brigadier General James Brailsford Erwin (USMA 1880), Rehkopf was born at Ft. Leavenworth, KS, on October 19, 1919. As the member of a military family, travel and reassignment were frequent and resulted in five different elementary and three high schools. He received an appointment to West Point and entered in the summer of 1938 as a member of the Class of 1942.
Upon graduation Rehkopf was assigned to the 30th Infantry Division (Old Hickory). By January of 1944 Captain Rehkopf commanded I Company of the 119th Infantry, 30th Division, on its way to England for the invasion of France. The 30th Division was one of the follow-on divisions to the initial beach assault at Omaha Beach. On the 30th of June, Rehkopf was wounded by German artillery fire and evacuated to England. After recuperation, he returned in time for the Battle of the Bulge and was wounded a second time in late February of 1945 during the Roer River crossing. His decorations included the Silver Star for valor and two Purple Hearts.
After the war Rehkopf returned to the states and was assigned to Army Intelligence in the Pentagon. During the latter phase of this assignment, Rehkopf was transferred to the National Security Agency and was commander of a decoding division with over 125 staff. What followed was the somewhat normal series of military schooling, troop assignment, and further Pentagon duty. Delightful assignments in Paris from 1952 to 1955 and Puerto Rico from 1961 to 1964 resulted in pleasant experiences and a much-improved golf game.
After finishing the War College he was assigned as the Commanding Officer of the newly formed 199th Light Infantry Brigade at Fort Benning in 1966. Late that year the 199th shipped to Vietnam with Rehkopf as the Deputy Commander. Upon returning from Vietnam, his final assignment was to the Artillery School at Ft. Sill as Senior Associate Arms Instructor, retiring in January of 1969 to become a stock and commodities broker in Columbus, GA. On reaching age 62 he fully retired to the golf course in order to complete his series of 7 holes-in-one -- all, he claimed, with little or no practice.
At the beginning of his career, on November 27, 1943, he married Helene Louise Nye, daughter of Wilbur S. Nye (USMA 1920). Their first child, a daughter Robin Elleane, was born in September of 1944, while he was overseas. He and Helene also had a son, Edward Nye (USMA 1969) born in July of 1947, and a second daughter, Lynn, born in January 1951. In retirement in Columbus [Georgia], he and Helene were active members of Holy Family Church and enjoyed their life together in Green Island Hills. The serenity and joy of this family life came to an abrupt end in May of 1997 with Helene's passing.
After a period of dispossessing a lifetime's accumulation, he learned the telephone number of a recently widowed high school friend, Frances (Sassy) Ricker. They reconnected by phone and were wed in April of 1999 after which they made their home in Raleigh, NC. He always expressed appreciation and gratitude to Sassy and her family, Frances (Frannie) Whitten and Frederic Arnold of Raleigh, and Victoria Wood of Greenville, SC, for making his last years so enjoyable.
Rehkopf is survived by his wife, Frances Ricker Rehkopf; and three children, Robin S. Rehkopf of Van Nuys, CA, Edward N. Rehkopf of Mount Ulla, NC, and Lynn Doroghazi of St. Louis, MO; eight grandchildren; and three great grandchildren.
His remains will be laid to rest next to Helene below the Old Cadet Chapel at West Point. George will always be remembered by his children and grandchildren as an imposing man with a ready smile, a great sense of humor, and a love of life. He will be missed.
Arrangements entrusted to Renaissance Funeral Home of Raleigh, 919-866-1866
[The News & Observer, Raleigh, North Carolina, Tuesday, January 31, 2006, Page B8]

Colonel Rehkopf is interred at West Point in the Old Cadet Chapel Columbarium, 14-A-Bottom Right.

Social Security Death Index (SSDI) Death Record:
George Rehkopf born Sunday, October 19, 1919 died Saturday, January 28, 2006 atage 86 years, 3 months, 9 days. Last known residence: Mount Ulla; Bear Poplar, Rowan County, North Carolina 28125


General Notes: Wife - Helene Louise NYE

Helene Louise Nye, was a daughter of Wilbur S. Nye (U.S. Military Academy, Class of 1920).

Helene N. Rehkopf died 19 May 1997 in Muscogee County, Georgia at age 73. She was a resident of Bleckley County. Certificate number: 024312. ["Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V4S6-CSN : accessed 27 Nov 2012), Helene N Rehkopf, 1997.]

Helene N. Rehkopf born 20 September 1923, died 19 May 1997. Last residence: Muscogee County, Georgia 31904. Social security number: 218-24-3546 issued in Maryland. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VMBS-Z57 : accessed 27 Nov 2012), Helene N Rehkopf, 19 May 1997; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]

Helene is interred with her husband Colonel George Rehkopf at West Point in the Old Cadet Chapel Columbarium, 14-A-Bottom Left.
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Maror John F. O'BRIEN and Elizabeth WILSON




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Hannah Mae O'CONNOR




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Iva Leah O'CONNOR




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William SCUTT and Elizabeth O'DANIEL




Husband William SCUTT

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Wife Elizabeth O'DANIEL

         Born: Abt 1723 - Stafford County, Virginia
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       Father: William O'DANIEL I (Cir 1691-Between 1726/1728) 892
       Mother: Frances --?-- (Bef 1703-Between 1755/1758) 894




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General Notes: Husband - William SCUTT

Early Stafford County, Virginia information: "Burke Spring Timeline"
1715 — English colonist William Darrell receives patent for substantial tract of land south of Pimmit Run between present-day Kirby Road and Old Dominion Drive. 200 acres of the land is leased to William SCUTT. [Father of William SCUTT, husband of Elizabeth O'DANIEL?]
1738 — SCUTT's 200 acres is leased to John Cockerill and two others, for an annual sum of 730 pounds of tobacco. Cockerill owns six slaves. The Pimmit tributary on the property is known as "Cockerill's Spring Branch." [http://www.connectionnewspapers.com/article.asp?article=309743&paper=68&cat=104]

"23 July, 1739. Bond of John Going, William SCUTT and John Hollis unto Denis McCarty, Gent., justice. For £100, 23 July, 1739. John Going is administrator of Catherine Padderson, deceased. Witness: John Bowie, 23 July, 1739, Acknowl­edged and Ordered" ["Prince William County Will Book C" by John Frederick Forman]

William SCUTT (SCOTT) and James O'DANIEL were listed as chain carriers on a survey of 300 acres of land for John GLADDIN on 7 June, 1741.

Before 16 March 1746, William married Elizabeth O"DANIEL, James' sister and daughter of William and Frances O'DANIEL. In Northern Neck Land Grant F-316, William SCUTT is listed then as adjacent to "Lewis SAUNDERS the younger of Fairfax Co." on land formerly granted to Elizabeth's father, William O'DANIEL, in 1724. (Abstracts of Virginia's Northern Neck Warrents and Surveys 1710-1780, Vol III-IV, p. 117)

William SCOTT signed an Administrator Bond for Ruth CANTERBURY, Fairfax County,Virginia Will Book A-1, part 2, Page 360, 31 March 1750: Know all men by these presents that we Samuel CANTERBURY, Robert BOGGS, and William SCOTT are held and firmly bound unto John COLWILL the first Justice in the Commission of the peace for Fairfax county for and in behalf,and to the sole use and behalf of the Justices of the said county and their successors in the sum of five hundred pounds Sterling to be paid to the said COLWILL, his executors, administrators and assigns to the which payment, well and Truely to be made we bind ourselves and every one of us and every of our heirs, Executors and administrators jointly and firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals, dated the 31st day of March 1750. Sealed and Delivered in the presence of Samuel CANTERBURY (Seal) R BOGGS (Seal) Wm SCOTT (Seal) At a Court Continued and held for Fairfax County the 31st March 1750 Samuel CANTERBURY, Robert BOGGS, and William SCOTT acknowledge this Bond to be their acts and Deeds and admitted to record. Teste John Graham Clerk.

"Prince William County Virginia Will & Inventories 1731 – 1732" Richard Taylor: Pages 75-76. Late of Parish of Overwharton in Stafford....bound unto George Turbervile of Westmorland Gent. in sum of 100 lb. currant money... dated Nov, 21, 1750. Richard Taylor.
Wit: H. Watson, Wm, (X) Gunhill Jr., Wm. (his mark) SCUTT, James Thomas Jr. John Perry, John Edwards, and Thomas (T) McBoyd. [http://www.rivahresearch.com/westmorelandcty/vitals/resources/wills/willabsmisc.htm]

On 23 November 1752, on the petition of Lewis Sanders Jr.: “…Ordered that John Cotton James Halley, William Scutt & William Kitchen or any three of them view the road by the Petitioners plantation & report upon oath whether the same may be conveniently turned Lewis Sanders Jr. petitions the court for road repairs by his plantation…” The Kitchen family will maintain a long association with the Sanders family. Lewis receives permission to turn the road in June of 1753. Page 407, Ibid. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~sandersgenealogy/FairfaxSanders.html]

On 7 April, 1753, William and Elizabeth O'Daniel SCOTT, together with her sister and husband, Henry and Katherine O'Daniel GUNNELL, signed an indenture selling 200 acres of land to Francis SUMMERS. These two hundred acres were the south west half of the four hundred acres granted to William O'DANIEL on the 16 March 1724, apparently bequeathed Elizabeth and Katherine, in his will, dated 24 January 1728?. The indenture was witnessed by Lewis ELLZEY, James HAMILTON, William PAYNE, William SUMMERS, James? STEPHENS, John LANE, and James HANDY. The 1760 interpretive map of Fairfax County by Beth Mitchell shows Francis SUMMERS land adjoining that of John O'DANIEL. A William SCOTT's land is just north of John's.

Fairfax County Road Orders 1749-1800 by Beth Mitchell lists William SCUTT in three instances:
23 Nov 1752 - On petition of Lewis SANDERS junr. Ordered that John COTTON, James HALLEY, William SCUTT & William KITCHEN or any three of them view the road by the Petitioners' plantation & report on oath...;
20 June 1753 - On Petition of Lewis SANDERS for liberty to turn a road... James HALLEY, William SCUTT...;
22 May 1754 - John O'DANIEL, Elizabeth's brother, was appointed surveyor of the Church road in the room of William SCUTT. (http://www.virginiadot.org/vtrc/main/online_reports/pdf/03-r19.pdf) Church Road bisected John's property.

On 10 October 1755, William SCUTT was a private in the Fairfax militia company of Capt. Lewis ELLZEY which was sent to the assistance of Frederick and Hampshire counties. Among the other soldiers was Joseph Jones.

Additional information on William SCUTT received from Russell Hall of Germantown, Tennessee, a GLADDIN researcher, provides that William reported Ann NELSON for having a base born child; that John CARLYLE, admr. of Ann GLADIN, filed a suit against William SCUTT and John DRAKEFORD; and that William was an appraiser of the Frances GLADEN estate (died in 1757).

The Fairfax County, Va. - Census - Taxlist of Thomas Lewis 1782 names a "Scutt, William" with 7 whites and 3 blacks. [http://files.usgwarchives.net/va/fairfax/census/1782/1782tax03.txt]

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Elizabeth O'Daniel SCUTT may have died before 1755, as neither she nor William were named in her mother's will signed 7 February 1755.

In 1748, a WILLIAM SCOTT, received a tract of land west of the Wateree River above the Richland County line. This preceded the land grants to James O'DANIEL and his brother William O'DANIEL in 1754 in the same area. Based on this William SCOTT's will of 1810, he had two sons and one daughter: William SCOTT, Samuel SCOTT (whose second wife was Jane ROSS), and Elizabeth SCOTT who married Lewis DINKINS. The daughter named Elizabeth and the proximity of many members of the extended O'DANIEL family make a circumstantial case for this to be the William SCOTT family from Fairfax, Virginia. This is NOT proven.

It is also possible that she and William had moved to South Carolina with James and William O'DANIEL (II) and was not mentioned because of her absence. Noting that John O'DANIEL replaced William SCUTT as surveyor of the Church road on 22 May 1754 in Fairfax County, Virginia, and that both of Elizabeth's other brothers have land records in South Carolina in 1754, adds to that possibility.

William and Elizabeth SCOTT sold their 100 acres in Fairfax County, Virginia inherited from Elizabeth's father, William O'DANIEL on April 7, 1753. On 10 Jan 1754 in South Carolina, James DANIEL (O'DANIEL) witnessed lease and release deed by James (his mark) WESTON, planter, & Elizabeth his wife, to Thomas HOWELL, planter, both of Craven County, for 100 acres on the North side of the Congaree River.

On 10 October 1755, William SCUTT was a trooper in the Fairfax militia company commanded by Capt. Lewis ELLZEY. They were sent to the assistance of Frederick and Hampshire counties. William was paid 300 pounds of tobacco for 30 days service. Among the troopers was a Joseph JONES. [Virginia's Colonial soldiers, Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck, p. 161]

In 1757 the year Frances GLADIN, late O'DANIEL, died, both William SCUTT and James DANIELL were in Fairfax, Virginia. William as an appraiser of Frances' estate and James to sell the 100 acres he had inherited from his father. Did they return from South Carolina together to terminate their affairs in Virginia upon the death of James and Elizabeth's mother? In 1760 though, a William SCOTT has property in Fairfax, not far from Elizabeth's brother, John O'DANIEL.

Possible??: Near William O'DANIEL, brother of James: SC Archives: Series Number: S111001 Volume: 0011 Page: 00134 Item: 02 Date: 1772/02/24 Description: SCOTT, William, Memorial for 300 Acres on White Oak Creek, Craven County. Names Indexed: SCOTT, William/SCOTT, Daniel/BEEK, John/GOODIN[GLADDIN OR GOODWIN?], John/DANIEL, William/LEWIS, James/NELSON, Reason/Locations: Craven County/White Oak Creek Type: Memorial.

The 1782 State Census for Virginia., Fairfax County lists:
William SCUTT 7 whites, 3 blacks on the LIST OF THOMAS LEWIS.
William SCOTT - 1 white, 11 blacks on the LIST OF HENRY DARN. Cause to think that Elizabeth may have died and William either returned or did not go to South Carolina?

A William SCOTT was the St. Andrew's Parish Representative to the South Carolina U.S. Constitution Ratification Convention of Sep 17, 1787, voting for ratification May 23, 1788. It is reasonable to think that William SCOTT and James DANIELL moved together because of their close relationship in Viginia, but that in itself doesn't prove this William is the same William SCUTT from James' youth in Fairfax.

Did the SCUTT family cut ties to Fairfax circa 1753 and move to South Carolina with Elizabeth's brothers, William and James? A group migration from Virginia by James and William O'DANIEL (II) and William SCUTT?

Atkinson Hill
ajspiry (View posts) Posted: 2 Aug 2000 6:00AM Classification: Query
Surnames: Hill Scott Talbott
William Scott, who was the author of the Nelson Co.Ky. Will which was proved in May of 1805 was originally of the Fairfax Co, Va. area. He is listed on the 1760 Fairfax County Map. Wm. Scott had a three-lives-lease from George Mason as did his neighbors, Wm. Stone, Wm. Kitchen, John Bronaugh (sic)and John Cotton. These deeds are all dated between the 7th Oct 1757 and the 15th of November 1757.
In his Will, Wm. Scott declares that John Scott is deceased and left two daughters, Nancy and Betsy Scott. Wm.Scott, the son, was a Reverend. Son Thomas Scott married
Nancy Redmond the 3 Oct 1785 in Nelson County,Ky. Daniel Scott married Nancy Floyd 4 Feb 1807 in Nelson Co, Ky. James Scott bca. 1786 d.1 Sept 1824, married 16 Mar 1809 to Mary
Weaver in Nelsn County. Elizabeth Scott was the wife of Wm.
Talbott, who died shortly thereafter in Nelson Co.Nancy Scott was the wife of Nathaniel Cotton (s/o John Cotton of
Nelson Co.) Sarah Scott married Wm. Snelling in Nelson Co.
on 2 Feb 1788, and Mary (Molly)Scott married Wm.Hynes, 21 Oct 1790 in Nelson County. Wm. Taylor, the Baptist Minister
married this last couple.
The Hill's were neighbors of the Scotts, thus since they
witnessed the Will, two of the three witnesses had to prove
the Will according to Kentucky Law. Kentucky was and still is called a Commonweath, and its laws are the same as Virginia which is also a Commonwealth.
[http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa.states.kentucky.counties.nelson/574.577.590.592.790.1642/mb.ashx]


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth O'DANIEL

Elizabeth O'DANIEL married William SCOTT, a friend of her brother, James.

In 1746, William was listed as owning land formerly belonging to her father, William O'DANIEL. Their marriage undoubtedly took place before that date. IMPLIED MARRIAGES OF FAIRFAX COUNTY, VA by Marty Hiatt lists the following on page 194:
SCUTT, WILLIAM and Elizabeth O'DANIEL, dau of William O'DANIEL (Drawer X ( will dtd 24 Jan 1726/27);
SCUTT to SUMMERS -1792. The dated marriage may be that of a descendant of the marriage of William and Elizabeth.

On 7 April, 1753, William and Elizabeth (O'DANIEL) SCOTT and her sister and husband, Henry and Katherine (O'DANIEL) GUNNELL, signed an indenture selling 200 acres of land to Francis SUMMERS. These two hundred acres were part of the four hundred acres granted to William O'DANIEL on the 16 March 1724, and belived to have been bequeathed to his daughters, Elizabeth and Katherine, in the his will, dated 24 January 172?. The indenture was witnessed by Lewis ELLZEY, James HAMILTON, William PAYNE, William SUMMERS, James? STEPHENS, John LANE, and James HANDY.

Elizabeth was not named in the 7 February 1755 will of her mother, Frances (O'DANIEL) GLADIN. She may have died before then. Proving nothing at this point, the marriage of a William SCOTT to Mildred BUNBURY, 18 June 1756 is recorded in St. Paul's Parish Register (Stafford- King George Counties) 1715 - 1798 , p. 9, Nicklin.

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Elizabeth O'DENEALE, NOT Elizabeth O'DANIEL
This record is for is Elizabeth O'DENEALE, sister of James who married Theodosia CONYER on 19 October 1755.
"68. OPR. William THORNBERRY and Elizabeth O'DANIEL [sic] 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 O'DANIEL, RW-SC and UNKNOWN




Husband James O'DANIEL, RW-SC 892

          AKA: James DANIEL, James DANIELL,896 James DANNELL 897
         Born: 1721 - Stafford County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 11 May 1797 and 5 March 1798 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Mrs. Tallulah West's Place, 104Th M. Dist., Hancock County, Georgia


       Father: William O'DANIEL I (Cir 1691-Between 1726/1728) 892
       Mother: Frances --?-- (Bef 1703-Between 1755/1758) 894


     Marriage: Bef 1750

 Other Spouse: Nancy HARDWICK - Between 1779 and 1787



Wife UNKNOWN

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1777
       Buried: 


Children
1 U O'DANIEL

         Born: Cir 1750
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Ann [Possible] DANIEL

          AKA: Ann [Not Proven] DANIELL
         Born: 1753
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 4 November 1839 - Jones County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Absalom EILAND, RS-SC
         Marr: 1775 - Fairfield District, South Carolina


3 M Jesse DANIELL 896

         Born: 2 December 1754 896
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1788 - Washington County, Georgia
       Buried: 



4 F Sarah DANIELL 896,3293

         Born: 4 May 1756 896
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 December 1793
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Capt. James TAYLOR, Sr., RS-SC 1233,1441,3293
         Marr: 2 December 1772 - Camden District, South Carolina 3294


5 M Jose DANIELL 896

          AKA: Joseph DANIELL 4839
         Born: 6 December 1757 - South Carolina 896
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 March 1799 - Charleston, South Carolina 4840
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


6 M Levi DANIELL, Esq. RS-SC 896,3414

         Born: 21 December 1759 - South Carolina 896
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 December 1800 - Hancock County, Georgia 3812
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Martha Pearson COOK 2223
         Marr: 11 September 1796


7 F Martha DANIELL

         Born: 22 January 1762 - South Carolina 896
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1797
       Buried: 



8 F Mary DANIELL

         Born: 20 February 1765 - South Carolina 896
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 11 May 1797 - Richland District, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Dr. Robert H. HENDRICK 934,1406
         Marr: 21 May 1795 - Columbia, South Carolina



General Notes: Husband - James O'DANIEL, RW-SC

James O'DANIEL, son of William O'DANIEL, was first known to your compiler from this entry in the History of Hancock County, Georgia, p. 138, "James DANIEL is thought to have been the James O'DANIEL who came to South Carolina about 1749 or 1750 from Virginia. In Stafford County, Virginia, there are records of the sale of land by "James O'DANIEL of the Province of South Carolina". In the deed he says this land was left to him in the will of his father, William O'DANIEL, of Accotink Run, Stafford County, Virginia. James DANIEL moved to Hancock County Georgia after the Revolution. Whether he took an active part in the War of the Revolution or was too old to do so is not known, but that he was one of those who "aided and abetted" the cause of the Americans is an established fact. His name is mentioned in the official records of South Carolina as giving aid to the Americans. He also mentions in his will, signed in 1797, his "three bounties" in Hancock County. James DANIELL's will is in the courthouse in Sparta, Georgia."

We now know James O'DANIEL was born in 1721, one of three sons of William and Frances O'DANIEL of Stafford County, Virginia. In the earliest found mention of James, he and William SCUT were listed as chain carriers on a survey of 300 acres of land for John GLADDIN on 7 June, 1740. James' surname is found as O'DANIEL, DANIEL, DANNELL, and DANIELL in Virginia records. After migrating to Craven County, South Carolina circa 1754, and later to Hancock County, Georgia circa 1790, he is found only as DANIEL or DANIELL. He used DANIELL as the surname for himself and children in his 1797 last will and testament. Many of his descendants have continued to use the DANIELL spelling, some now use DANIEL and DANIELS.

The O'DANIEL family lands were within Truro Parish. "Within this territory were the seats of the Fairfaxes, Washingtons, Masons, McCartys, Fitzhughs, Brents, Alexanders, Lewises, Mercers, Daniels, Carters, Dades, Stuarts, Corbins, Tayloes, Steptoes, Newtons, Browns, Lees, Thorntons, Balls, Smiths, and other leading families too many to mention." ("The History of Truro Parish in Virginia" by Rev. Philip Slaughter with Notes and Addenda by Rev. Edward L. Goodwin. 1907.)

John GLADDIN's survey and resurvey of land for on 3 Sept. 1741 by WARNER with chain carriers William SCUTT & James O'DANIEL and again on 8 Feb 1743 by George BYRN with chain carriers John O'DANIELL and John ANDERSON. The land was described as 300 acres on Accotink Run at the Beaverdam, adjacent to Ravensworth, WATTS and HARRISON, Mr. MASON, Wm O'DANIEL and Michael ASHFORD, Major John FITZHUGH, and John WARNER. Land plants show this 300 acres to be on Accotink at the mouth of and across O'Daniel's Branch from William O'DANIEL's 1724 land grant. (Abstracts of Virginia's Northern Neck Warrents and Surveys 1710-1780, Vol III-IV, p. 109, 110)

On February 8, 1743, James O'DANIEL and his brother, John, were named as chain bearers for a survey of land for his stepfather John GLADDIN on land adjoining that of their deceased father William O'DANIEL (the 400 acres on the west bank of O'Daniels Branch and Accotink Creek), et al, on Accotink Run, Fairfax County, Virginia. John GLADDIN married William's widow, Frances.

The first election for a burgess was held in Fairfax County in July, 1744. Among the freeholders of Fairfax who voted in this election and supported a neighbor, Captain Lawrence WASHINGTON, were William BOWLING, Thomas MOXLEY, James DANIEL [O'DANIEL], William GUNNELL, William GUNNELL, Jr., and Henry GUNNELL. John HURST, who married Catherine O'DANIEL, voted for Captain Lewis ELZEY. During the preceding twenty-five years, these "well-to-do" families had migrated up the Potomac Valley from older Northern Neck settlements and were now living on the Fairfax County streams of Accotink, Sugarland, Difficult Run and Goose Creek. (Fairfax Harrison, Tyler's Quarterly.)

James appears in the records of the Fairfax County Court Order/Minutes from May 1749 to January 1757.

Fairfax Court records abstracts May 17, 1749 show James DANIEL as a plaintiff in a case of trespass, assault and battery against William PAYNE, Jr., and on April 2, 1750 awarded 10.0.0 pounds sterling and costs in the case. Edward WASHINGTON, Frances EMMET, John HUNTER, and Elizabeth BROADWATER were paid as witnesses providing evidence against William PAYNE.

James is listed as a juror in four cases during court proceedings dated 3 April 1750: Carlyle Gent. vs Remy; Carlyle Gent. vs Alexander Gent.; Carlyle Gent. vs Alexander Gent.; and Alexander Gent. vs English, Harland Brewster. In the same year, James sued William PAYNE, Jr. and was himself sued by George JOHNSTON.

In 1752, James was ordered to pay Truro Parish a judgment of 10 shillings; was ordered to give a deposition in another case; and was listed in the inventory and sale of the possessions of Captain George HARRISON, paying £4.18.2 as his balance on Harrison's book.

By 1753, however, life was becoming decidedly more complicated (in Virginia) as British and French rivalry over the Ohio Valley and Virginia's western claims fueled the forthcoming confrontation of the French and Indian War (1755-1763). Likely one of the reasons for numerous families from Virginia moving to South Carolina in the 1750s, but it wasn't much more peaceful there.

The earliest record of James DANIEL being in South Carolina deed may be this: Book O-O, p 697: "10 Jan 1754 L & R - "James (his mark) WESTON, planter, & Elizabeth his wife, to Thomas HOWELL, planter, both of Craven Co., for £ 200 currency, 100 a. on N side Congaree River, bounding SW & NW on vacant land; & on 'old lines' & on Vinson SIMMONS; bounding NE & SE on vacant land; as by grant from Gov. James GLEN in Council Chamber 8 Aug. 1753. Witnesses: James DANIEL, Charles STROTHER, John ALYNCK (MYRICK?). Before Stephen CREEL, J. P. William HOPTON, Register." (South Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1719-1772 Vol. II, 1740-1755, Books V-P-P, p. 335, abstracted by Clara A. Langley)

Less than three months later, James requests a grant of 200 acres for himself, a wife, and two children. Two entries in "Petitions For Land From The South Carolina Council Journals, Vol. 4, 1754-1756" by Brent H. Holcomb record the outcome of his request. The first: Meeting of Tuesday A.M., 2 April, 1754 - The Petition of James DANIEL humbly setting forth: That the Petitioner hath a wife and two Children for whom nor yet for himself has any warrant been granted and being willing to Cultivate and Improve some of his majesty's vacant Land, he prays to lay out 200 acres of Land on Broad River or any of the waters of Santee so that he may have a Grant for the same, Charles Town, the 2d of April, 1754. James DANIEL. The prayer thereof was granted. Twenty-one months later, a second entry shows that James had not fulfilled the requirements to obtain the grant. His legal problems in Fairfax, Virginia in 1755, noted above, may have been partly responsible for this failure, causing him to be absent from South Carolina. James then requested an extension of time to meet the land grant requirements: Meeting of Tuesday A.M. 6 January, 1756 - The Petition of James DANIEL humbly setting forth that he had obtained his Excellency's Warrant dated 2d of April, 1754 for the survey of 200 acres of Land on Broad River or the waters of Santee but through mistake of the Petitioner the time for passing it into a Grant was elapsed as would appear from the Warrant herewith produced, prayed to prolong the said Warrant six months from this Date, and that he might have a Grant for the same. Dated December the 18th, 1755. Ja's DANIEL . The prayere thereof was granted.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213197 Box: 0001 Item: 00288 ignore: 00 Date: 1757/11/04 Description: DANIEL, James, Unrecorded plat for Land Not Granted, 200 Acres near Cedar Creek, Santee River, Surveyed by John HAMELTON. Names Indexed: DANIEL, James/HAMELTON, John/MCDANIEL, Walter/Locations: Santee River/Cedar Creek.

In January, 1755, William PAYNE, Jr. won a suit against James DANIEL, who was required to sell "1 bed & furniture, 1 chest of drawers, 1 writing desk of Daniel's" and render the proceeds to the plaintiff to satisfy the judgment and costs. Payment was 4 pounds, 12 shillings, 2 pence. James' mother, Frances O'DANIEL GLADIN, bequeathed, in her will, dated 7 February 1755, a bed, chest and writing desk to James. This was most likely her effort to replace the items lost as a result of William PAYNE, Jr.'s suit against him. In Frances' will, she names hers sons as "James DANNELL, William DANNELL, and John O'DANNELL. If there was a rift between brothers as thought, the way the sons were named in the will may be indicative of its having begun before 1755.

James DANIEL's plat for 400 acres, in the low grounds of the Congaree River, bounded SW by same, and all other sides vacant was surveyed by John PEARSON on 13 September 1756. The plat is redated for James DANIEL on 5 September 1758 and "Recertified for Jas RANDOLS on 25 December 1758. [View plat at: http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=97236] Note: John PEARSON's granddaughter, Martha Ann COOK, would marry James DANIELL's son, Levi, in 1796.

On March 17, 1757 in Fairfax County, Virginia, James DANIEL was a plaintiff vs John (Sampson lined out) TRAMMELL's executors in chancery court. Ezekial Hickman was called as a witness.

In 1757, the year his mother died, James cut his final ties to Fairfax County when he sold his 100 acres of land bequeathed by his father. "By deed dated August 16, 1757, (Fairfax Liber D, 458) his son James O'DANIEL of the Province of South Carolina Conveys to the Rev. Charles GREEN, of Truro Parish, 100 acres left to him by the last will and testament of his father, William O'DANIEL, being the lower part of a tract of land granted by the Proprietors of the Northern Neck to the said William O'DANIEL by deed dated April 19, 1717, for 300 acres." (Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogy Magazine, Volume I, pages 164-165). Although identified in the indenture of sale as James O'DANIEL, he is named on each of four items completing the sale as "James DANIELL". The sale price of the land was fifteen pounds sterling. Witnesses were Thomas WREN, Peter TURLEY, and Jeremiah HAMPTON. Included with the sale, James signed a bond of thirty pounds with William SCOTT to save Charles GREEN harmless from any claim of dowers of his mother or any wife James may have. This bond proved that James' mother was still alive at the time of the sale. This indenture is the oldest known use of James' surname as DANIELL, not considering his mother's 1755 Will naming him as James DANNELL. Although his name is often found as DANIEL in records of the time, James named himself and members of his family as DANIELL when listing his children in his Bible and in his will of 1797.

As an aside, Rev. Charles GREEN and Margaret his wife later sold James' 100 acres to Bryan FAIRFAX for £25, minus a small meadow to remain in possession of GREEN during his residence on Glebe Land. (Fx. Deeds E:l. 8 June 1761). Bryan FAIRFAX leased to Margaret GREEN, widow of Charles GREEN, for her lifetime, 197 acres between Accotink and Long Branch where Bryan FAIRFAX lately dwelt, purchased from Charles GREEN in 1761 and known as Green Hill. Daniel McCARTY handled the lease and the token rent was 1 peppercorn. (Fx. Deeds G:2~. 14 September 1766)

There is a question about what happened to James O'DANIEL's brother, William. Both James and William are absent from Virginia records after 1757. We believe William O'DANIEL who was in Craven County, South Carolina by 1754 is the brother of James and John of Fairfax County, Virginia. John O'DANIEL's son, William O'DANIEL (DANIEL) who settled in Edgefield County and two of his sons were closely associated with Josiah DANIEL, a son of William O'DANIEL of Kershaw County. James and William migrated to South Carolina about the same time (1754) and received land grants not far from each other. Both James and William conducted legal affairs in Fairfax County, Virginia in 1757, and are absent from Virginia records after that year.

James likely built his home on the 200 acres near Cedar Creek on the Santee River. He begins to buy land also on another Cedar Creek on the Broad, near Little River, accumulating several hundred acres there. This is where he was living according to the 1790 census of Camden District, Fairfield County, South Carolina. This census shows he has in his household an unidentified male under 16, a female (wife, Nancy HARDWICK), and 42 slaves. He also had a 500 acre farm, purchased from Moses KIRKLAND in 1774, which was located on Indian Creek, Clouds Creek, and the Saluda River in Ninety Six District. James appears in some early 1750's property records in the Congaree River area and also had property on the Congaree River which he bequeathed to his son, Jose, in 1798.

James DANIELL and his family were indeed pioneers, attested to by Edwin L. Green in "A History of Richland County, South Carolina" when he wrote: "In the year 1757 John PEARSON was captain of the company in the Congaree Fork, in which were 125 privates, eight alarm men, with forty slaves, whose duty it was to act as pioneers. The territory represented in this company included the present Richland County. Only a few hundred people were then living in the fork of the Congaree and Wateree." The names of the officers and privates in Captain PEARSON's company have not been preserved. Because James, 36 years old in 1757, was John PEARSON's neighbor, and because James' son, Levi, married John PEARSON's granddaughter, Martha Pearson COOK, it is reasonable to believe James was part of Pearson's company.

The 1750s and 60s, the Upcountry of South Carolina was a dangerous place to take up land. As early as 1753 the Assembly in Charlestown put a huge bounty (100 pounds, later 50 pounds) on the heads of Northern Indians, Senecas, Mohawks, and other Iroquois tribes - who moved up and down the Appalachians raiding both white and Indian settlements.. The native Chickasaw and Cherokee Indians presented numerous problems for the new white settlers as well. Conocautee (Old Hop) and other chiefs of the Cherokee nation signed the Saluda Old Town Treaty July 2, 1755 with Gov. James Glen of South Carolina. According to Historian Roy Vandergrift of Saluda, South Carolina, this treaty ceded a large part of what became Ninety Six District, which included all or large parts of the present day Spartanburg, Cherokee west of the Broad River, Union, Newberry, Laurens, Greenwood, Abbeville, McCormick, Edgefield, Saluda and a small part of Aiken counties. War with the Cherokees broke out in 1758. The Long Canes massacre occurred in 1760. In December 1761, the Cherokees and colonial government in South Carolina signed another treaty, setting the Indian Territory boundary forty miles from the Indian town of Keowee, as proposed by the Cherokees, a straight line from the Savannah River where the Anderson County-Abbeville County line is today up to the Reedy River and thence a straight line northward to Tryon Mountain in North Carolina. This boundary was surveyed in 1766 and is drawn on a map in Meriwether's Expansion of South Carolina, p 212. This treaty led to a large influx of settlers into the Upcountry of South Carolina, more than six years after James and his brother William received their land grants.

The name of James O'DANIEL's first wife is not yet discovered. For James to have the 2 children he claimed on his 2 April 1754 petition for a South Carolina land grant their marriage would have occurred before 1751.
NOTE: James O'DANIEL DID NOT marry Theodosia Congers in Fairfax County, Virginia on October 19, 1755 as Fairfax Harrison wrote in Tyler's Quarterly and he did not have a son, William Scott, by her in 1756. Theodosia CONYERS, daughter of Captain John CONYERS or CONNERS, is proven to be the wife of James ODUNEAL (O'DENEALE/DENEALE) of Fairfax County, Virginia. See N. B. below for details. RLD]

Was James DANIELL's first wife named Ann, Elizabeth, or another? Two items are of interest here:
1. James' Bible is now said to be in the University of Georgia Library, part of an donation by the James BARROW family. But repeated efforts to find the Bible there and in internet lookup requests, library specialists have not been able to locate it. The Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters Daughters of the American Revolution, Volume IV, page 12, presents a transcript of the Bible of James DANIEL said to be in possession of Mrs. D. F. Barrow, Athens. "James DANIEL was the first husband of Mrs. James Barrow, wife of James Barrow of Milledgeville, Ga. BIRTHS: Children of James DANIEL and wife Ann: Jesse DANIEL .....12-2-1754; Sarah DANIEL ......5-4-1756; Jose DANIEL ......12-6-1757; Levi DANIEL ......12-21-1759; Martha DANIEL .. 1-22-1762; Mary DANIEL ......2-20-1765" (Other transcriptions show DANIELL. These children were probably born in South Carolina, but it is possible that Jesse, Sarah, and the two unknown children claimed in April 1754 may have been born in Virginia.)
CAUTION: Before believing "Ann" was the mother of James' children consider that "Ann" may refer to Nancy HARDWICK, the stepmother, born 6 Jan 1758. She was too young to be the mother of these children, but was James's wife as known to the BARROW family of Hancock County, Georgia. However, all known records of Nancy HARDWICK list her as Nancy, not Ann. None of James' known daughters were named Ann or Nancy, but circumstantial evidence suggests that the Ann DANIEL, born 1753, married to Absalom EILAND may be one of the two children James claimed in his 1754 petition for land in South Carolina. The questions remain; "Ann" may be correct.
2. In a MITCHELL Family folder donated to the Archives of Arizona, a section therein on James DANIELL's family a short descendant chart provides that James' wife was named Elizabeth, but no other document yet corroborates this. Followup on this MITCHELL information has not been fruitful. (James' granddaughter, Catherine B. DANIELL, daughter of Levi, married Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL on 4 May 1817 in Hancock County, Georgia.)

The History of Hancock County, Georgia, page 138, also refers to an old Bible "which originally belonged to James DANIELL." It does not name James or Ann but lists James' children: Jesse b. December 2, 1754; Sarah, b. May 4, 1756; Jose, b. December 6, 1757; Levi, b. December 21, 1759; Martha, b. January 22, 1762; Mary, b. February 20, 1765. Who was their mother? When and where did she die?

Between 1779 and 1787 James married Nancy HARDWICK, his second wife and widow, named in his will of 1797. No documentation proves James and Nancy had children. Nancy was born January 6, 1758 and was younger than five of James' children, counting the two claimed in the 1754 petition.
Previously, an abstract from Hancock County Deed Book C, page 223, summarized a 22 November 1798 deed of gift of a Negro girl "Jinny" from Nancy DANIELL to "my son John Daniell..." suggesting that James and Nancy had a son; the abstract is in error.
On 28 December 2008, Alexis Spiritas provided a full transcription of Nancy's 22 November 1798 "Deed of Gift" which shows the gift to be to "James DANIELL, Infant..." NOT to "my son, John DANIELL..." "James DANIELL, Infant" is most likely James Levi, the four year old son of Levi DANIELL, Nancy's stepson.
"To all people to whom these presents shall come. I, Nancy Daniell do send Greetings knowing that the said Nancy Daniell of the State of Georgia and County of Hancock for and in consideration of the Love, good will, and affection which I have and bear towards James Daniell, Infant of the State and County aforesaid, have given and granted and by these Presents do freely give and Grant unto the said James Daniell, his heirs, Executors or administrators a Negro girl named Jinny and her increase. But the condition of the above Deed of Gift is such that it is not my intention for the said James Daniell to be possessed with the above mentioned Negro Jinny nor her increase until my Death. In witness whereof I have hereunto put my hand and seal this twenty second day of November one thousand seven hundred and ninety eight.
Signed and sealed Nancy Daniell [seal]
In the presence of us
Peter F. Flournoy
Reuben Jones
Personally appeared before me Peter F. Flournoy and being duly sworn saith that he saw Nancy Daniell sign and deliver the above for the use within mentioned and that he saw Reuben Jones sign as a subscribing witness.
Sworn to before me this 28th January 1799
John Wilson JP.
Registered 4th February 1799. Martin Martin Clk."

DISCUSSION: Why did James not have offspring named James, William, Frances, or John, after himself, his father, mother, or brothers? Notice also the six year gap between the birth of Levi and his sister, Mary, and the two "missing" children he claimed in 1754.
It is reasonable to think James had a son named for himself and a daughter named for his wife. James may have had at least nine children, but records do not yet prove who they are. James' petition for land grant in April 1754 in South Carolina, claims that he has a wife and two children, both would be older than the six named in his Bible. (Makes 8.) A grandson, Jesse Daniell AUSTON, son of "Betty AUSTON" is named in his will, but the Bible does not name a daughter Elizabeth or Betty. (Makes 9, unless Betty is a nickname. Martha is the only proven daughter whose family, if any, has not been discovered.) James' widow is known, but she, Nancy HARDWICK, is too young to be the mother of the six children in the Bible. She is named in the LW&T of James' son, Levi, as his step-mother.
In James' LW&T, he names two sons, Jose and Levi, and two sons-in-law, James TAYLOR, husband of Sarah (deceased, not named in the will), and (Dr.) Robert Handrick (HENDRICK), husband of Mary (assumed deceased, not named in the will). Jesse is said to have been killed "by Indians or the British" and Martha is known only from her birth recorded the Bible.
Some descendants of Absalom and Ann EILAND of South Carolina contend that Absalom's wife was Ann DANIEL, born 1753 in either Fairfield County, South Carolina or Johnston County, North Carolina, the daughter of James DANIEL/LL and Ann SANKEY. Absalom is named in South Carolina land records as early as 1770. His father, George EILAND, had a land grant on Nobles Creek (later called Horns Creek) off Stevens Creek in Granville County, later part of Edgefield County by 1771. Some state that Absalom and Ann were married in 1775 in Fairfield County, South Carolina; others say Johnston County, North Carolina. Absalom is named in the "The Jury List of South Carolina, 1778-1779", page 70, for Orangeburg County on the List of Petit Jurors between the north and south forks of the Edisto River. Absolom and family migrated from South Carolina to Greene County (later Hancock and Baldwin counties), and lastly to Jones County, Georgia. Absalom EILAND and wife Ann sold 287 acres of land in Greene County, Georgia to "James DANIELL of Fairfield County, South Carolina" in 1787, witnessed by Levi DANIELL, James' son. About 1791 Absalom and Ann named a son Levi Daniel EILAND. No source records prove our James DANIELL married an Ann SANKEY or that he had a daughter named Ann. However, in 1754, James DANIEL did petition for a grant of 200 acres on the Broad or Santee (Congaree) Rivers for himself, his wife and two children, supporting the contention that James was married before 1750 and had two children younger than those named in his Bible record. Two questions from this: Was an Ann SANKEY the wife claimed in 1754 and mentioned in the D.A.R. record above? Was Ann Daniel EILAND one of those two children? Additionally, EILAND family lore also claims that Nancy, the widow of James DANIELL, who remarried to James BARROW and died in Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia on 18 January 1814 was James' first wife, Ann SANKEY, but THIS IS NOT POSSIBLE. Nancy, daughter of William HARDWICK and Kessiah Cynthia PARKER. was the second wife of James DANIELL.

On May 11, 1767, as listed in "Abstracts of the Wills of the State of South Carolina 1760-1784" compiled by Caroline Moore:
James DANIEL witnessed the will of Jesse GOODWYN. He appears in the will along with Isaac RAIFORD, Philip PEARSON, and many GOODWYNs. Each of these families were related to James' descendants through the marriages of his children.

On May 18, 1770, James DANIEL is named on a plat of 40 acres surveyed by John CALDWELL for James JOHNSON in Craven County, on the waters of Little River. In addition to James, neighbors are Samuel FORD, Daniel PITTS and Charles PITTS. This plat was reordered to William GILLILAND on 29 September 1772. [SC Archives: Series: S213184 Volume: 0016 Page: 00098 Item: 03, view plat at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=108480]

On 20 March 1771, James DANIEL is named on a plat for 100 Acres surveyed by John CALDWELL for Levi PITTS in Craven County on waters of Little River, Carsons Branch. In addition to James, neighbors are Samuel FORD, Michael CAY, Charles CARSON, and James GRIFFIN. [SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0019 Page: 00193 Item: 01, view plat at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=112304]

SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0021 Page: 00015 Item: 01 Date: 1771/08/22 Description: DANIEL, James, Plat for 500 Acres on Cedar Creek. Names Indexed: DANIEL, James/WILKINSON, John/SIMMONS, William/PEARSON, Philip/BREMAR, John/ Locations: Cedar Creek/Broad River/Persimmon Branch. [North of Mount Willing, Edgefield District, a Persimmon Creek, branches off Big Creek on the north side of the Little Saluda River, near a Cedar Creek. The Little Saluda empties into the Saluda River above Spring Branch, both tributaries of the Little Saluda River.] [View plat at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=114620]

29 Feb 1772 Daniel (his mark) HAUBICK, of Berkeley Co., to Henry BROWN, tanner, of Craven Co., for £250 currency, 100a in Saxe-Gotha Township, bounding NE on Santee River; SW & S on vacant land; NW on Christian BRAVANT; granted 20 May 1747 by Gov. James Glen to Christian ZIMMERMAN; being part of 150a formerly surveyed for Jacob Hans STAINER. In 1755 ZIMMERMAN sold the 100a to Christian BRAVANT; who by L & R dated 14 & 15 Dec 1768 sold to HAUBICK. Wit: James DANIEL, William PEARSON. Before Philip PEARSON, J.P. Recd 19 May 1772 by Henry RUGELEY, Register. (http://home.attbi.com/~p.a.miller/genealogy/docs/DanielLand.htm)

SC Archives: Series Number: S111001 Volume: 0012 Page: 00114 Item: 01 Date: 1773/02/22 Description: GILLELAND, William, Memorial for 40 Acres on Little River, Craven County. Names Indexed: GILLELAND, William/FORD, Samuel/JOHNSTON, James/DANIELS, James/PITTS, Daniel/PITTS, Charles. Locations: Craven County/Little River.

SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0014 Page: 00304 Item: 02 Date: 1774/06/22 Description: DANIEL, James, Plat for 500 Acres in Ninety Six District. The plat reads: "Pursuant to a precept from Jno BREMAR, Esq Dy Sur: Gen: to me directed, dated the 17th day of May last, I have surveyed and laid out unto James DANIEL a plantation or tract of Land containing 500 acres situate in Ninety Six District on a small Creek called Indian Creek the waters of Clouds Creek and Saludy river & on the Roads that goes from the Ridge to Ninety Six; Bounding SErd on Robert STARKS Esq's and part on Robert PRINGLE Esq's Lands, NErd on Thomas KIRLAND's Land, N.W.rd on Land the Owner's name not known, and S.W.rd on vacant land: and also enclosed a tract of John DOOLEY's and has such shapes form and marks as the above plat doth represent. Certified for the 22d day of June A. Dom. 1774. Moses KIRKLAND DS" [View the plat at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=106520. Location: South of Mount Willing and northwest of Batesburg, Edgefield District, Indian Creek, west of Jacob Branch, flows into Clouds Creek, a tributary south of the Little Saluda River. The "Roads" were the new road and the old road from the Ridge to Ninety Six.]

"James DANIELL's plantation on the Saluda River was an investment begun in 1774 in Ninety Six District, probably with the lease and release purchase of 500 acres from Moses KIRKLAND, although the deed is not clear. Until now I had no evidence that he ever lived on it. The Clouds is a creek that empties into the Saluda River about 30 miles west of Columbia. It is now all in Saluda County. I assume that Indian Creek is a small unmarked creek that joins it just before in empties into the Saluda River. This land is flooded today by the damming of the Saluda to form Lake Murray. It is difficult to determine just where this property is on current maps. To be in Ninety Six District and still be close to the homestead, it has to be in eastern Saluda County and flooded by Lake Murray, a lake formed by the damming of the Saluda. The creeks, Indian and Clouds, are not on current maps (now on the "SC Gazetteer" by Delorme)." (Tuck Wilson)

The following references apply to the Saluda plantation:
1774 - Moses KIRKLAND to James DANIELL, Lease and release no location specified;
22 Jun 1774 - James DANIELL Plat for 500 acres on Indian Creek, Clouds Creek, Saluda River in 96 District. 4 Jan 1775 - Robert PRINGLE Memorial 500 acres Clouds Creek 96 District. Names indexed James DANIELL, Robert STORK;
16 Feb 1775 - Memorial for James DANIELL for 500 acres on Indian Creek, Clouds Creek, Saluda River 96 District. neighbors: Robert STARK, Robert PRINGLE, Thomas KIRKLAND, John DOOLEY;
3 May 1775 - Moses KIRKLAND memorial for 500 acres on Clouds Creek, 96 District. Names indexed Arthur WATSON, James DANIELL, Robert STARK, Edward STARK, Edward ROUCH.

SC Archives: Series: S111001 Volume: 0013 Page: 00216 Item: 004 Date: 1/4/1775 Description: PRINGLE, Robert, Memorial for Two Tracts, One for 500 Acres on Clouds Creek, Ninety Six District, and One for 500 Acres on Little Stevens Creek, Ninety Six District. Names indexed: BOUCH [ROUCH], Edward; BUKELOW, Janet; BUKELOW, Richard; DANIEL, James; PRINGLE, Robert; STORK [STARK], Robert; WATSON, Arthur; WATSON, Michael. Locations: Clouds Creek; Little Stevens Creek; Ninety Six District.

SC Archives: Series Number: S111001 Volume: 0002 Page: 00332 Item: 03 Date: 1775/09/07 Description: MUCKINFUSS, Michael, Memorial for Two Tracts of 500 Acres Each on Persimmon Fork, Craven County. Names Indexed: MUCKINFUSS, Michael/DANIEL, James/WILKINSON, John/SIMON, William/Locations: Craven County/Cedar Creek/Persimmon Branch/Cedar Creek/Broad River/Camden District. Type: Memorial. [View plat at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=114621]

Ninety Six District, South Carolina Journal of the Court of Ordinary Inventory Book 1781-1786, Brent H. HOLCOMB, G.R.S., 1978, Southern Historical Press, Easley, South Carolina. "41-2 Will of William GOLDING of South Carolina, Ninety Six District...to my son Reuben GOLDING one tract and plantation that I purchased of James DANIEL, containing 300 acres on Little River adjoining the land I now live on....4 Sep 1777."

On 26 May 1784 James DANIEL received 400A on a warrant for land on Alligator Creek in now Fairfield County, bordering, among others, on William DANIEL's land. The following day William DANIEL exercised a warrant for 210A bordering some of his land and James DANIEL's land. Both may be found in some of the public records, such as those for inquests and other court duties, in the records of Fairfield County, South Carolina. James later bequeathed this tract of land on Alligator Creek to his son-in-law Dr. Robert HANDRICK, husband of his daughter Mary. This William DANIEL is most likely James' nephew, the husband of Lucretia BELL and son of John O'DANIEL of Fairfax County, Virginia.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0004 Page: 00360 Item: 00 Date: 1784/05/26 Description: DANIEL, James, Plat for 400 Acres on Aligator [sic] Creek, Camden District, Surveyed by Minor WINN. Names Indexed: DANIEL, James/WINN, Minor/ELLISON, Robert/DANIEL, William/ANDREW, John/WADKINS, John/Locations: Camden District/Alligator Creek.
In 1790, this notice of sale of lands for failure to pay "Purchafe Money into the Treasury" was among numerous others published:
14. Daniel James, 400 acres,fituate on alligator Creek, in the district of Camden, bounding North-Eaft on John Anderfon's land, South-Eaft on John Watkins land, and John Martin's land, South-Weft on Robert Ellifon's land, and North-Weft on William Daniel's land. [The State Gazette of South-Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina, Thursday, January 7, 1790. Page 4]

"Deed Book 16, Edgefield, SC: "James DANIEL of Fairfield County, planter, to Wats (Watts) MAN (MANN). L&R, 9/10 may 1787, L200 old SC Currency, 150 acres on a branch of Clouds Creek of Little Saluda River granted 16 Jan 1761 by Lt Gov Wm BULL unto Linerd SUMMOTT (?) 150 acres, by Linerd SUMMOTT to Moses KIRKLAND and sd KIRKLAN to JAMES DANIEL. Wit: Wm DANIEL, John MAY, John DANIEL. /s/ James DANIEL. Proven 25 October 1798 by John DANIEL; Russell WILSON, J. P.. Rec 8 Jan 1799" [Record posted by Audrey Pool, 4 July 2004, http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/SC-Genealogy/2004-07/1089000655]

In 1790 James DANIEL witnessed a deed for WATSON on Cloud's Creek. ""Pp. 20-24. 23 Jul 1790: Arthur WATSON to Thomas FORTNER, both of Edgefield Co, SC for 10 pounds, sold 157 acres on Peters Creek of Cloud Creek adj. No JAMES DANIELS; SE Robert PRINGLES; due W Robert STARK; Arthur MIDDLETON & NE Thomas WATERS. /S/ Arthur WATSON. Wit: Abner WATSON, Arthur Rice WATSON, John FORTNER, who swore by oath 13 Oct 1790 before Arthur SIMKINS, J. P. . (no date)." [Record posted by Audrey Pool, 4 July 2004, http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/SC-Genealogy/2004-07/1089000655] James was an adjacent landowner to WATSON and PRINGLE on Cloud's Creek in 1786. (Tuck Wilson)

On page 13 of "Camden District, S. C. Wills and Administrations, 1781-1787" by Holcomb and Parker, three men, James DANIEL, William DANIEL, and Lewis POPE, are listed as appraisers of the estate of Elizabeth CHAPELL (apt 15, pkg 476). Her will was proved 27 Oct 1782. Purchasers at the sale of property include both William DANIEL and John COOK. This record showing James and William DANIEL together may the only document yet found that does. This William DANIEL is likely William O'DANIEL/DANIEL (1720?-1796), James' brother, but may be his nephew William, husband of Lucretia BELL. Both the POPE and COOK families were associated through marriages with James DANIELL's family. William was later of Kershaw County, and James of Fairfield and Richland County, South Carolina. William, James' nephew, was of Edgefield County.

SC Archives: Series Number: S108092 Reel: 0030 Frame: 00217 ignore: 00 Date: 1776 C. or later Description: DANIEL, James, Account Audited (File No. 1720) of Claims Growing Out of the American Revolution. Names Indexed: DANIEL, James.

Revolutionary War service dates: "DANIEL, James. Provisions recd. by [Col.]Thomas TAYLOR*" [History of Richland County South Carolina, Green, p. 94.] [*Col. Thomas TAYLOR was a brother-in-law of James DANIEL's daughter Sarah who married Capt, James TAYLOR.]

In a letter, dated October 27, 1927, to Mrs. Louisa Floyd Wilson of Macon, Georgia from the South Carolina Historical Commission, Mr. A. S. Salley, Jr. states that there is a record of pay to James DANIELL for supplies furnished to the Continental Army. "In the volume marked on the enclosed list of publications of this Commission you will find a record of pay issued to James DANIEL for supplies furnished during the Revolutionary War. Women are joining the Society on these records of supplies furnished. As a general rule, where there is a record of pay issued for supplies furnished by a certain man and no record of pay issued to him for services, it is an indication that he was above militia age (45)." From Book Q, No. 444 - "Issued to Mr. James DANIELL for three hundred thirty-eight pounds, sixteen shillings, eleven pence and half penny sterling, for sundries for Continental and Militia use and 790 bushels of corn for state troops as per accounts audited. Principal - £338-16-11½, Annual Interest £23-13-4." In addition, there is an audited account on microfilm at the South Carolina Dept. of Archives and History (series #S108092, Reel 0030, Frame 00217) of other supplies furnished to the Continental Army, 772 lbs. wheat flour and 15 bushels of oats. There is a Militia Captain, James DANIELS, listed in Bobby Gilmer Moss' "Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution" on page 231. Most likely, this is not James DANIELL who, at age 55 in 1776, was above militia age. (Tuck Wilson)

The Daughters of the American Revolution files list "DANIELS JAMES" Ancestor A029615 recording Service: South Carolina; Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE; Birth (Circa) 1741 Virginia; Death 1798 Hancock Co Georgia; Service Description: 1) FURNISHED SUPPLIES.
The DAR Patriot Lookup Service provides:
DAR Patriot Lookup: Reference Code RPGTJTK
DANIELS, James
Birth: VA Circa 1741 [Now known to be 1821. RLD]
Service: SC
Rank: PS
Death: GA 1798
Patriot Pensioned: No; Widow Pensioned: No; Children Pensioned: No; Heirs Pensioned: No; Spouse: (2) Nancy X Spouse: X
I believe this is the one you are looking for. Good Luck Sue Graham
On 6 September 1784, James Daniel is listed on a plat for 191 acres for Robert LYELE [sic] on the Congaree River in Camden District. Others indexed, likely James' neighbors, are Henry BROWN, John GEE, Jacob GEIGER, John HOPKINS, John George KAPPY, Drury WYCHE, and Philip PEARSON, the surveyor. [SC Archives:Series: S213190 Volume: 0009 Page: 00132Item: 002]

A "Daniel, James" is on "The Harvey List" (Georgia's roster of the Revolution, Lucian Lamar Knight, Atlanta, Ga., Index Print. Co., 1920, p. 411, also page 412)

"Soldiers And Patriots Of Georgia" lists "DANIELS, James [PS PS SC]1741 VA 1798 GA Nancy ?" and refers to James DANIELL who died in Hancock County before 5 March 1798; however, James was born in 1721, determined from his age at death, 77, in 1798. (http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/topic/military/argeorgia/pat_sol.htm)
In James DANIELL's Will, he twice refers to "three bounties." Identifying them is problematic. The "Index to the Headright and Bounty Grants of Georgia 1756-1909" by Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr., lists the following, several of which may be James' bounties:
James DANIELY Washington County Grant Book GGG, p. 113, 287.5 acres 1785
James DANIELY Washington County Grant Book GGG, p. 58.72 575 acres 1785
James DANIELY Washington County Grant Book GGG, p. 446 575 acres 1785
James DANIEL Washington County Grant Book LLL p. 250 200 acres 1786
James DANIELLY Washington County Grant Book OOO p. 187 287.5 acres 1787
[James DANIELLY, Book OOO, is part of the DANLEY line according to Lois Danley of Panama City, Florida.] Hancock County was created from parts of Greene and Washington Counties in 1793. James' properties were then in Hancock County, Georgia. He had acquired several tracts of land in Hancock, bequeathed in his Will.

Other possible lands:
"DANNELLY, James. 287 1/2 acres, Washington Co., bounded S. vacant and Oconee river, other sides vacant, survey 137, Aug 16, 1784. Warrent 137, p. 47." (Georgia's roster of the Revolution, Lucian Lamar Knight, Atlanta, Ga., Index Print. Co., 1920, p. 230)
"DANNELLY, James. 287 ½ acres, Washington Co., bounded N. vacant, E. Benj. LOCKHART, S. Oconee river, W. Wm. FRANKLIN, survey 136. Aug. 16, 1784. Warrant 137, p. 47."
"DANIELLY, James. 287 ½ acres, Washington Co., bounded N. GRANTEE, E. & S. vacant, W. surveyed, lot 1050. Warrant 971. Jan. 3, 1785. P. 341."
"LOCKHART, Benj." 287 ½ acres, Washington Co., bounded S. vacant and Oconee river, other sides vacant, survey 137. Aug 16, 1784. Warrant 1653, p. 47."
"DANELLY, James. 575 acres, Washington Co., bounded W. Chestly DAVIS, N. Altamaha river, othersides vacant, survey 737. June 25, 1784, p. 354." (Georgia's roster of the Revolution, Lucian Lamar Knight, Atlanta, Ga., Index Print. Co., 1920, p. 280

The earliest record found of James DANIELL buying property in Georgia comes from abstracts of Greene County, Georgia records: 16 Jan 1787 deed to James DANIEL of Fairfield County, South Carolina land in Washington County. Less than four months later, on 2 May 1787 a deed recorded in Greene County, Georgia, Deed Book 1, p. 34, shows that Absolom EILAND and his wife Ann of Washington County sold 287 and one half acres "on waters of Rocky and Island Creek in Green County" to "James DANIELL of Fairfield County, South Carolina". The land was "bounded S by John PERKINS, N by John RAGAN's and John EILAND and on all other sides vacant, granted the said John SAPP 13 Oct 1785". The land was sold "in consideration of three negroes". This latter deed was witnessed by James' son Levi DANIELL and George HARDWICK, James' brother-in-law. This Greene County record may be for this property: "1789 Tax Rolls Georgia Greene DANIEL, James GREENE GILBERT 1789 29." The tract was a bounty land grant to Absolom EILAND :"EILAND, ABSOLEM. 287 1/2 acres, Washington Co., bounded E. Wright, other sides vacant, survey 218. June 28, 1785, p. 112." (Georgia's Roster of the Revolution, Lucian Lamar Knight, LL. D., F. R. S., Index Printing Co., 1920)

"Deed Book 16, Edgefield, SC: "James DANIEL of Fairfield County, planter, to Wats (Watts) MAN (MANN). L&R, 9/10 May 1787, L200 old SC Currency, 150 acres on a branch of Clouds Creek of Little Saluda River granted 16 Jan 1761 by Lt Gov Wm BULL unto Linerd SUMMOTT (?) 150 acres, by Linerd SUMMOTT to Moses KIRKLAND and sd KIRKLAN to JAMES DANIEL. Wit: Wm DANIEL, John MAY, John DANIEL. /s/ James DANIEL. Proven 25 October 1798 by John DANIEL; Russell WILSON, J. P.. Rec 8 Jan 1799" [John DANIEL, witness, is likely John "Jack" DANIEL, son of James' nephew, William DANIEL of Edgefield County, South Carolina. "Jack" later married Martha Pearson COOK, the widow of James' son Levi DANIELL. John MAY is most likely the husband of Frances O'DANIEL, James' niece, a daughter of John O'DANIEL of Fairfax County, Virginia, and sister of William (O')DANIEL of Fairfied and later of Edgefield, South Carolina. RLD]

SC Archives: Series: S213190 Volume: 0027 Page: 00169 Item: 002 Date: 1/28/1790 Description: WATSON, Atrher [sic], Plat for 157 Acres on Peters Creek, Ninety Six District Surveyed by Willim WRIGHT. Names indexed: DANIELS, James; MIDDLETON, Arther; PRINGLE, Robert; STARK, Robert; WATERS, Thomas; WATSON, Arther; WRIGHT, William. Locations: Clouds Creek; Ninety Six District, Peters Creek; Saluda River.
Co-location of names and neighbors:
SC Archives: Series: S213190 Volume: 0032 Page: 00553 Item: 001Date: 2/1/1796 Description: DANIEL, John, Plat for 500 Acres on Mine and Dry Creeks, Edgefield County, Ninety Six District. Surveyed by William DANIEL. Names indexed: DANIEL, John; DANIEL, William; MELLON, Benjamin; SHURLEY, Absalom; WATSON, Authur; WINSER. Locations: Dry Creek, Edgefield County; Little Saluda River; Mine Creek; Ninety Six District. [Just north of Indian Creek and Peters Creek off of Clouds Creek.

The Reconstructed 1790 Census of Greene County, GA. from the 1789 Tax Lists contains these DANIELL names: Charles DANIELL, Eustace DANIELL , James DANIELL, Thomas DANIELL, and William DANIELL; and the Reconstructed 1790 Census of Greene County, GA. Deed Book #1, 1786-1790 shows: Grantors: James DANIELL, William DANIELL, Mary DANIELL. Grantees: Thomas DANIELL. Witnesses and Owners of Adjoining Land: Edmund DANIELL, Levi DANIELL, William DANIELL. (Posted to Rootsweb DANIEL-L by Jack V. Butler, November 10, 2002, Subject: Re: [DANIEL-L] Augusta Chronicle) James DANIELL and his son Levi, because of the above deed from Absalom EILAND, appear to be two of the names. Charles, Eustace, Thomas, and William DANIELL named here are not known to be part of James and Levi DANIELL's family. This interesting collection of names contains four who may all be part of the James DANIELL family from Richland and Fairfield counties, South Carolina. James' children include Levi DANIELL, known to own land there, and Mary DANIELL who in 1795 married Robert HENDRICK in Columbia. William DANIEL(LL?), RS-SC, of Edgefield, South Carolina was James' nephew, and may have had RW bounty land adjacent his Uncle James and cousin Levi. The comments on William and Mary DANIELL are speculative.

In 1790 James DANIEL witnessed a South Carolina deed for Arthur WATSON on Cloud's Creek. ""Pp. 20-24. 23 Jul 1790: Arthur WATSON to Thomas FORTNER, both of Edgefield Co, SC for 10 pounds, sold 157 acres on Peters Creek of Cloud Creek adj. No JAMES DANIELS; SE Robert PRINGLES; due W Robert STARK; Arthur MIDDLETON & NE Thomas WATERS. /S/ Arthur WATSON. Wit: Abner WATSON, Arthur Rice WATSON, John FORTNER, who swore by oath 13 Oct 1790 before Arthur SIMKINS, J. P. . (no date)." James was an adjacent landowner to WATSON and PRINGLE on Cloud's Creek in 1786. (Tuck Wilson)

The 1790 census of Fairfield County, South Carolina, was not completed until as late as 1793. It lists James DANIEL with one male over 16, himself, one male under 16, not identified*, wife Nancy, and 42 slaves. [Series: M637 Roll: 11 Page: 149]
*James is not known to have had a son born later than 1769. James O'DANIEL, James' grandnephew and grandsonson of his brother John in Fairfax County, Virginia, is known to have been in South Carolina sometime before 1800. Because several of John's children also moved to South Carolina to be with their Uncle James, this may be John's grandson,
James nephew. William DANIEL, son of John of Fairfax, is listed seven names from his uncle.
Samuel ALSTON, 1 2 1 . 7, lives next door to William DANIEL. QUESTION: Is this possibly the family of James DANIELL's daughter Betty named as "Betty Daniell Auston" in his LW&T in 1797, Hancock County, Georgia?
Wm AUSTEN, 1 2 6 . 5. is 14 names from James, another possible family associated with Betty DANIELL.

James moved his family to Island Creek in Hancock County, Georgia after 1790. He kept a home near Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina, later bequeathing it to his son, Jose DANIELL as well as various other plantations or tracts in South Carolina.

On 6 September 1791, James DANIEL is named on a plat for 430 acres on branches of Clouds Creek, Little Saluda River, 96 District. sold to Benjamin ARRINGTON, originally surveyed by William WRIGHT for Thomas KIRKLIN [KIRKLAND]. In addition to James listed are John HITSON, James NUMAN, and Arthur WATSON. [SC Archives: Series: S213190, Volume: 0027 Page: 00296 Item: 001]

SCMAR, Vol. XVI, Summer 1988, No. 3, p.170: Page 188 - 27 July 1792 - James HARDAGE of Fairfield Co., deed of gift (at his death) of a negro boy named Elish and a parcel of land on Dutchmans Creek joining POWER's (?) land and the fork of said creek, mentions the original plat. [Name of recipient omitted] Wit: James DANIEL. 31 May 1793 James DANIEL proved the deed of gift from James HARDAGE to William HARDAGE before S. W. YONGUE, J.P. "Memorialized 1st June 1793." [HARDAGE is another spelling of HARDWICK. James was married to William's daughter Nancy.]

An October 30, 1794 deed record for Benjamin BRASWELL shows the sale of 100 acres of land in Hancock County, located on Rocky Creek, adjacent Stephen JOHNSON, Mary PARKER, and James DANIELS. Another deed to Philip COOK on July 4, 1794 for 287.5 acres on Rocky Creek also names John COOK, Sr. and John COOK, Jr., all part of the family of Martha Pearson COOK who later married Levi DANIELL, James' son who also came to Hancock County from South Carolina.

The 1794 Tax Roll for Hancock County, Georgia, page 52, lists James DANIEL, 47 slaves, 862 1/2 acres on Island Creek, tax paid $17.07, and 300 acres at Oconey Swamp in Washington County tax paid $3.55 and a quarter cent. Levi was listed beside his father, one slave, no land and taxed 62 and 1/2 cents. Separately, Levi is named on page 69, with 169 acres adjoining John RAGAN on Island creek. His tax was 1 pound, 18 shillings, 4 pence. Ten years earlier this creek was listed as EILAND creek.

James and Nancy are named on the roster of the Island Creek Baptist Church as James DANIELL, member number 17, and Nancy DANIELL, member number 18. Listed on the same page are William DISMUKE, member number 29, Finney DISMUKE, member number 30, and Martha DISMUKE, member number 31. (Island Creek Baptist Church, Reel 303, Tarver Libary, Mercer University, Macon, Georgia; page copy received from Jerry McGinty.)

James died before 5 May 1798 when his Will was proven. His grave site cannot be visited. According to story, this land was purchased by an individual who, in the 1930's or 1940's, bulldozed everything, including the graves. The Cemeteries of Hancock County website lists the "James Daniel Gravesite" and indicates one burial there:
Description: All info from Kimbrough's list.
Location: Not found. Directions from Kimbrough list are: "On Tallolah West's place in the Island Creek vicinity." GMD: 104 Cemetery Status: Inactive
Predominant race: White
Indexer(s) or Contributor(s): Kimbrough list
1 Mr. James Daniel 1798 Age 77.
In the directions, Kimbrough says he is James Daniel, Sr. All info per Kimbrough list. Not found in 2003.
(Friends of Hancock County Cemeteries, http://www.friendsofcems.org/Hancock/default.htm)
Susan Herrington, from Friends of Hancock County, Georgia Cemeteries, replying to a question about any additional information on Kimbrough's list, wrote: "Information about the gravesite comes from a cemetery listing done by Effie Kimbrough as part of a WPA project. In November 1942 when making what she called an "index" (actually a table of contents) to the cemetery listing, Lora West (who may or may not be related to Tallulah West) called the cemetery, #18. Daniell (with 2 l's) p.6. Whether she had seen the cemetery or had other personal knowledge concerning the family is unknown."
The same book lists of members of Island Creek Baptist Church, including James and Nancy DANIELL. Received by baptism before 1806. Remarks by James entry: Dismissed by death.
Nancy: Dismissed 5-31-1806 by Letter.

The Last Will and Testament of James DANIELL is recorded in Hancock County Will Book A, starting on page 284. This transcript is as read by Robert Louis Daniell from photocopies of the original provided by David Leon "Tuck" Wilson III and Teresa Lee Griffis. To the extent possible, original spellings were kept. Dashed lines were used to finish lines to the edge of the paper. Surname capitalization was added.
"In the name of God amen, I, James DANIELL of the state of Georgia and the county of Hancock, being weak in body but of perfect sound mind and memory and knowing the mortality of my body and that it is appointed of God for all men once to die and Come to Judgment, do make and ordain this My last will and testament. And as I hope to die in the Christian faith and be buried in a Christian Like manner, there needs no further preamble. And to what worldly Goods it hath been pleased God to endow me with I give devise And bequeath in the manner and form following - and first and Principally it is my desire that all my Just debts be paid without trouble or suits of law. - - - - - - - - - - - -
Item. I give and bequeath unto my son in law James TAYLOR three Negroes, (Viz) Jack, Hannah, and Jane to him and his heirs forever.
Item. I give and bequeath unto the heirs of my daughter Sarah and James TAYLOR five negroes, viz, Hollon, Jubiter, Abram, Solomon and Prince to them and their heirs forever. - - - - - - -
Item. I give and bequeath to my son Jose DANIELL three hundred Acres of land lying on the Congaree River and 400 Acres at a place called The Ridge and ten Negro slaves, viz, Buchrage And his wife Magga and their three Children; also a negro man named Sippia and Judy his wife and their Children Sarah, Stepney, and Long Tom and Shaba Also one feather bed to him and his heirs forever. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Item. I give and bequeath to my son Levy DANIELL twenty five Negro slaves (Viz) Toby, Sampson, Simon, July, Cato, Flory, Hannah, John, Mary, David, Will, Rose, Elick, Seller, Moses, Joe, Dan, Jack, Milly, March, Sinthy, Vamer, Old Tom, dino? Harriatt, and two feather beds furniture. Also one half of the Tract of Land I now live on the whole of which contains three bounties. Also, I lend him the use of half of a tract of land lying on the Oconey River in Washington County During the time of Eighteen years. - - -
Item. I give and bequeath unto my well beloved Wife Nancy DANIELL four Negro slaves, viz, Linder, Cary, Little Rachell, and Nancy, two feather beds and furniture and all my household furniture to her and her heirs forever. I also give her one note of hand of James TAYLOR of two hundred and forty one Pounds Sterling - I lend my wife twenty-one Negro slaves, viz, Tom the weaver, Hecter, Biner, George, Fillaner, Sanco, Peter, Rose, Pompey, Silvy, Acre, Driver, Rachell, Meriah, Hester, Cate, Dover, Charlotte, Zouer, Daphney, Harry. I also lend her one half of The Three Bounties of Land I now live on together with my Dwelling House and plantation also one half of My stock of Every kind. I likewise lend her one half of my Tract of Land on the Oconey River in Washington County during her natural life.
Item. I give and bequeath unto William HARDAGE one Negro man Dimbo.
Item. I give and bequeath to my son in law Robert HANDRICK one Tract of Land on Alligator Creek which land he has my titles for. Also fifty Acres of land on Broad River to him and his heirs forever. - - - - - - - - - -
Item. I give and bequeath to my grandaughter Patsy HANDRICK three Negroes, viz, Joe, Rukker, and Fillis. I also give her one half of the Negroes that I have lent to My Wife after the death of My Wife to her and her Heirs forever. - -
Item. I give and bequeath to my grandson Jesse Daniell AUSTON son of Betty AUSTON, when he Comes of age, the Land Lying on the Oconey that I lent to my son Levi DANIELL. I also give him one half of the Negroes I have Lent my wife after the death of My Wife Nancy DANIELL. Now My Will is that if Either of my two grand children Patsey HANDRICK or Jesse Daniell AUSTON should die without a Lawfull heir of their bodies that the other Should heir it's Estate - - - - - - - -
Item. I Give and bequeath unto my son Levi DANIELL after the Death of My Wife the ballance of the three bounties Whereon I now live and that half of the stock that I lent my Wife during her life - - - - - -
Item. I Give and bequeath unto my grandson Jesse Daniell AUSTON after the death of My Wife the other half of The tract of Land lying on the Oconey River - My Will further is that if Either of My two sons Jose DANIELL or Levi DANIELL should die without a lawfull heir of their body that their Estate shall go to the other and I do hereby utterly avow and disannull all other of My Wills and Testaments and for the prosecution thereof. I do appoint, impower and Authorise Levi DANIELL Jose DANIELL and William HARDWICK Junr. Executors For This my last Will and Testament in Witness whereof I do hereby set my hand and Seal This Eleventh day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety seven - - - - - - -
James DANIELL seal
Signed Sealed in the presence of us
Wm. BIGGINS Wm. JONES James H. JONES"
James' will was proven March 5, 1798 by testemony of the three witnesses. Pages 287-289: Inventory & appraisement of est. of James DANIELL, April 2, 3, & 4, 1798.

Accounts of James DANIELL, late of Hancock Co. dec'd Inventory and appraisal of part of the Estate as shown to us by Levi DANIEL and Wm. HARDWICK Exors. Total 254.20. James DANIELL's estate records (Hancock Will book AA, page 36-39) indicate he raised, among other things indigo. He also had book accounts of people owing him small amounts of money, indicating he might have had a store. There was also a note in hand on his son-in-law, James TAYLOR for 1036.94. His wife Nancy and son Levi inherited these notes, which became complicated when Levi and Jose died shortly afterward. Jose DANIELL's estate must have owed money to James TAYLOR for in 1801, James TAYLOR (a son-in-law of James DANIELL) and Robert HOWELL, adm. of Jose DANIELL's estate, hired Robert HENDRICK (a son-in-law of James DANIELL) to sue the estate of Levi DANIELL to recover that part of James DANIELL's estate that was now part of Levi DANIELL's estate that rightfully belonged to Jose DANIELL's estate. See Hancock county Deed Book D, page 543. (Tuck Wilson)

When Levi DANIELL died in 1800, that left William HARDWICK, Jr., as the sole executor of James' estate. His Executorship was unsuccessfully challenged in 1816 by John DANIEL, second husband of Martha Pearson COOK, Levi's widow, and guardian of Levi's three children. In 1824, it was again challenged, this time successfully, by James L. DANIELL, Levi's only son.

After James' death, Nancy married James BARROW, who had served in the North Carolina Continental Army, and moved to Milledgeville, Georgia. James BARROW had no children by Nancy DANIELL, who was 44 years old when they married. After Nancy died in Milledgeville in 1814, James BARROW married Patience CRENSHAW, and had two children by her. His daughter, Patience BARROW married William McKINLEY. James BARROW died in 1828 in Baldwin County, Georgia. Apparently, Nancy DANIELL had kept James' Bible. It later came into the possession of Mrs. D. F. BARROW of Athens, Georgia and is said to have been donated to the University of Georgia as part of the BARROW family collection. In January 2006, efforts to locate James' Bible in the Hargrett Library of the University of Georgia were unsuccessful.

Strange but true: Beth Mitchell in her book Beginning at a White Oak... states that Accotinck Creek, James O'DANIEL's boyhood waterway in Virginia, was also called "Island Creek." James later lived and died on "Island Creek" in Hancock County, Georgia.

(Compiled from research by David Leon "Tuck" Wilson III, Teresa Griffis, and Robert Louis Daniell.)

N.B.: James O'DANIEL did not marry Theodosian CONGERS. James DENEALE (ODUNEAL) married Theodosia CONYERS.

In TYLER 'S QUARTERLY HISTORICAL and GENEALOGICAL MAGAZINE:, Volume 1, page 165, Fairfax Harrison wrote: "It seems probable that this James O'DANIEL is the James DANIEL who voted at the Fairfax ( Co. , Virginia ) election in 1744, and who, before he migrated to South Carolina , married, October 19, 1755, Theodosian CONGERS, and in the following year had a son, William Scott O'DANIEL." Harrison cites Boogher's Overwharton Parish Register (1899), 136, as a reference. The marriage date, October 19, 1755 , and the birth date of William Scott O'DANIEL, August 10, 1756 conflict with birth dates for the first three of the children listed in James O'DANIEL's Bible. Marriages of Some Virginia Residents 1607 - 1800, Series I, Volume 5, page 126, by Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, also lists the marriage of James O'DANIEL to Theodosian CONGERS, October 19, 1755 , citing Tyler's as the source. However, on the same page of Wulfeck's work, immediately above the O'DANIEL name are two other marriages, under the name "O'DUNEAL", " Elizabeth m. William THORNBERRY" (undated) and "James m. 19 Oct., 1755, Theodosian CONGERS. OPR.", indicating Overwharton Parish Register.

The Register of Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co., Virginia 1723-1758 and Sundry Historical and Genealogical Notes, compiled and published by George Harrison Sanford King, Fellow, American Society of Genealogists, Fredericksburg, Virginia, dated 1961, contains these entries:
"Married: CONYERS, Sarah Pattison alias, and Thomas HAMPTON, June 1, 1749";
"Married: CONYERS, Anne Holland and Edward PAYNE, February 27, 1750";
"Married: CONYERS, Theodosia and James ODUNEAL, October 19, 1755."

Additional research found the DENEALE/DENEAL family in Stafford County, Virginia during the same period as the O'DANIEL family. Beginning at a White Oak... by Beth Mitchell 1977, page 278, number 54, indicates that Theodosia inherited 300 acres of land on Popeshead Creek from her father, "married James DENEAL. DENEAL, or DENEALE, found surplus of 252 acres and received a Northern Neck grant for 552 acres (NN I:210)". This grant basically combined Theodosia's 300 acres with the surplus found by James. It was bounded by land of Edward PAYNE, Lewis ELLSEY, Thomas FORD, William KINCHELOE, and Joseph POLLARD. As coincidence would have it, the name G. DENEALE appears as "Test G DENEALE", after entries on motions by Nancy O'DANIEL, Administrix of the will of James' brother, John O'DANIEL in 1801. (Ann "Nancy" O'DANIEL was the daughter of John McINTOUSH. "G. DENEALE" was the brother of James DENEALE who married Theodosia CONYERS, and was the First Clerk of Fairfax County at this time and recorded the motions mentioned.)

Two documents, graciously provided by Don DENEAL of St. Louis, Missouri, are key to proving that James O'DANIEL did not marry Theodosia CONGERS/CONYERS. They are copies of the original Northern Neck Grant I:210 to James DENEAL of Fairfax County, (Virginia) 552 acres on 1 July 1772, and the will of James C. DENEALE, dated the twentieth day of July 1805.

In part, the NN Grant reads: "The Right Honourable Thomas Lord Fairfax Baron of Cameron in that Part of Great Britain called Scotland Proprietor of the Northern Neck of Virginia....Whereas James DENEAL of Fairfax County....& that the said David WAUGH conveyed the same to Capt Henry CONNER who by his last Will & Testament....to his Daughter Ann HOLLAND & the residue more or less to his Daughter Theodosia who marrying the said James DENEAL the Property of the said Residue is hereby vested in him....Given at my Office in Frederick County under my Hand & Seal Dated this First Day of July 1772. Fairfax ts: Tho. ___ Martan(?)" This grant documents both that Theodosian CONGERS was indeed Theodosia CONYERS, the daughter of Captain Henry CONYERS(CONNER) of Stafford County, and verifies her marriage to James DENEAL. Additional research proved that Theodosia was his fourth daughter, and third child by his second wife, Jennette PATTERSON(PATTISON).

The Last Will and Testament of James C. DENEALE reads in part, "In the name of God, I James C. DENEALE in the County of Fairfax, State of Virginia....to my beloved wife Priscilla DENEALE the tract of land....to my son William, two hundred acres of land in the State of Kentucky in Wilson and Washington counties....I give to my daughter Theodosia DENEALE the following....I hereby set my hand this twentieth day of July 1805....(sd) James C. DENEALE Witnesses John TYLER John WRENN". This son, William DENEALE, has been found to be William Scott DENEALE, erroneously named as William Scott O'DANIEL, the son of Theodosia CONGERS and James O'DANIEL in Tyler's Quarterly. The reference to his daughter Theodosia shows that she was most likely the daughter of James DENEALE and Theodosia CONYERS, and named after his wife. James had married Priscilla after Theodosia had passed away. The given name Theodosia is not found in the O'DANIEL family.

On April 2, 1754, James (O'DANIEL) DANIELL was in South Carolina, married with two children, when he petitioned for 200 acres of land on the Broad or Santee (Congaree) Rivers as recorded in Petitions for Land From the South Carolina Council Journals, Brent Holcomb, Volume IV, page 48. This fact alone should separate him from any controversy concerning the marriage to Theodosia.

In 1772, when James DENEAL was receiving his Northern Neck land grant, James (O'DANIEL) DANIELL was established in Camden District, South Carolina, raising his family, and increasing his land holdings; he died in 1798 in Hancock County, Georgia, will dated 1797, married to Nancy HARDWICK at the time of his death.

It seems certain that the orthography of O'DUNEAL (DENEALE) and O'DANIEL had been confused. In fact, the DENEALE surname, other than as listed in The Register of Overwharton Parish, Stafford Co., Virginia 1723-1758 and Sundry Historical and Genealogical Notes, has not been found as "O'DENEALE" according to contributor, Don DENEAL. James DENEALE died after 1825 in Fairfax County, Virginia. James O'DANIEL died in 1798 in Hancock County, Georgia. The DENEALE family does not appear to be related to the O'DANIEL family, but were contemporaries in Stafford, later, Prince William, and Fairfax Counties. In more recent findings, James O'DANIEL's nephew, James GUNNELL, a son of Henry GUNNELL and Catherine O'DANIEL married Ann DENEALE, the daughter of James DENEALE and Theodosia CONYERS. Another nephew, Stephen DANIEL, son of John O'DANIEL, married Anne Wise RATCLIFFE, a niece of Ann "Nancy" BOWLING WISE who was wrongly said to be the second wife of James' brother, John O'DANIEL. (Addressed in John's General Notes.)

Considering all of the above, the reported marriage of James O'DANIEL to Theodosia CONGERS/CONYERS/CONNER did not happen.

Fairfax HARRISON contributed the section entitled "A GROUP OF NORTHERN NECK FAMILIES" printed in TYLER'S QUARTERLY HISTORICAL and GENEALOGICAL MAGAZINE, VOLUME I., Editor: LYON G. TYLER, M. A., LL. D., RICHMOND, VA. 1920. Fairfax married Hester "Hetty" CARY, a daughter of John Brune CARY and Frances Eugenia DANIEL, and a third great-granddaughter of William O'DANIEL of Stafford County, Virginia, from the line of his son John. With the exceptions of the marriage of James O'DANIEL to Theodosian CONGERS and the second marriage of John O'DANIEL to Ann BOWLING, Fiarfax Harrison's information has proven to be correct concerning the DANIEL (O'DANIEL) family.

Robert Louis Daniell, 4th Great-grandson of James DANIELL, nee O'DANIEL. 892
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TURNER and Margaret O'DANIEL




Husband TURNER

         Born: Cir 1760
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1788
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Margaret O'DANIEL 122

          AKA: Margaret DANIEL
         Born: Between 1760 and 1770 - Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: July 1845 - South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: John O'DANIEL, RW-PS-VA (1718-1799) 122,123
       Mother: Elizabeth MOXLEY (1721-After 1767) 118



 Other Spouse: Pvt James NELSON, RS-SC 370 - 1788 122


Children
1 M William TURNER

         Born: Abt 1780
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Charlotte WOODWARD



General Notes: Husband - TURNER

Who was the TURNER who married Margaret O'Daniel before 1780?


General Notes: Wife - Margaret O'DANIEL

Margaret O'DANIEL was a daughter of John O'DANIEL and Elizabeth MOXLEY of Fairfax County, Virginia. Her family dropped the O', becoming DANIEL during the mid to late 1700s. Her father is often found as John DANIEL in Fairfax County records. Margaret's birth date is thought to be about 1762.

Margaret married _____ TURNER before 1780. They had a son, William. William's father died before 1788 when the widow Margaret Daniel Turner married second James Nelson in Fairfield District, South Carolina, per an 1845 deposition by their son Jesse Nelson to a Fairfield County court. Margaret was James' second wife. He was first married to Margaret Woodward, daughter of Thomas Woodward, The Regulator, and Jemima Collins.

In 1798, Margaret's father wrote his last will & testament using the O'DANIEL surname for himself and his sons. In his will, John wrote, "I give and bequeath to my daughter Margaret NELSON Negro Beck and her increase to her and her Heirs forever." He died in 1799. The estate wasn't settled until 1807, the last known use of our O'Daniel in Virginia.

In the 1800 census of Fairfield District, James Nelson's wife is marked as age 26-45, born between 1756 and 1774. In the 1830 census of Fairfield District, South Carolina, James' wife was marked as a female age 60-70, born between 1760 and 1770.

That Margaret was a daughter of John Daniel of Fairfax County, had first married a Turner, had a son, William Turner, in Fairfax County, and in 1800 was the wife of James Nelson of Fairfield County, South Carolina is proven by this record:
"James and Margaret Nelson of State of South Carolina, District of Fairfield, power of attorney to our dutiful son William Turner of State of Virginia & County of Fairfax, Carpenter, to ask for and demand of John Daniel of the State of Virginia and County of Fairfax the sum of money left by the said John Daniel as a Legacy to the said Margaret Nelson (late Margaret Daniel) or other goods & chattles or ____ to ___ __ ___ to the share of her the said Margaret Nelson of the estate of her father the said John Daniel deceased...3 July 1800.
Jas Nelson (N) (LS), Marg. Nelson (X), Wit: Wm. Robertson, Senior; William Robertson Jur." [Fairfield County Deed Book N, Pages 54-55 (SC Archives Microfilm C301). As shared by JoAnn "Jodi" Cooper Killen]
[NOTE: The Robertson witnessess were also from Fairfax County, Virginia.]

Margaret's son, William Turner, is believed to be the subject of this newspaper advertisement in the Alexandria Times, November 25, 1800:
"Six Pence Reward. RAN away on the 15th inftant, an apprentice lad named WILLIAM TURNER. He is 20 years and 7 months old, is about 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high; had on a light coloured cloth coatee, caffimer waiftcoat and narkeen[?] pantaloons. Whoever delivers the faid apprentice to me, fhall receive the above reward and no charges. Abel Blakeney. Nov. 24."
William ran away about 5 months after the power of attorney to "our dutiful son William Turner", carpenter, by James Nelson and Margaret Daniel Turner Nelson. William Turner, age 20 yrs, 6 mos. was born then about April 1780 and was apprenticed within the extended O'Daniel family. Abel Blakeney's second wife was Mary O'Daniel, niece of Margaret Daniel Nelson, granddaughter of John O'Daniel, Sr, daughter of John O'Daniel, Jr., who died before 1798. Offering only a six pence reward, Abel may not have been concerned about having William returned. Perhaps he knew where William went and was fulfilling his responsibility for William by publishing notice and a reward.

Margaret and James Nelson lived on a plantation on Mill Creek, Fairfield District, South Carolina, about four miles from Winnsborough. He was living there when called into service during the Revolutionary War and was living there in 1832 when he made depostion of his service. James died May 28, 1835.

Margaret had nine children by James Nelson: Jesse, Mary, Catherine, Harriet, Thomas, John, Daniel, and James. She was step-mother of Samuel Nelson, James' son by his first wife, Margaret Woodward.

In James' Will, he devised "to my beloved wife Margaret Nelson the plantation or tract of land on which I reside Supposed to Contain four hundred acres, more or less, exceptiong thereout a Mill Seat and fifteen Acres above the place where he Shall erect the dam to be measured therefrom up the Creek on each side thereof for my son Jesse his heirs and assigns forever- The devise of the Said tract to my said Wife to be for and during the term of her natural life and at her death Idevise the Same Subject to the above exception to my Son Daniel his heirs. and assigns forever. I bequeath to my said Wife for and during the term of her Natural life four feather beds, bedsteads & furniture all my household and kitchen furniture of every kind and description Also all my slaves to wit Abram, Peter, Sarah, Sam, Adam, Jack, Jim, Phoebe and her two female children Serena and Caroline, and five of the best Cows and Calves all the Stock of hogs and sheep, horses & mules, my wagon, cart, gears, and all the plantation tools and implments of husbandry; my Said Wife to have the entire disposal of Crops and the proceeds of Same. I direct however that My Son Jesse shall have the management of the planting interest during her life, and be allowed to retain or receive a liberal compensation for his Services. If a crop Should be Commenced at the time of my decease the Same shall be Considered as included in the above devise of land to my Wife."

On 28 March 1846, in Fairfield District, South Carolina, James and Margaret Nelson's son, Jesse Nelson, age 55, declared in open court deposition that James Nelson married Margaret Turner in 1788 and were husband and wife until James died on 28 May 1835 and that his widow Margaret did not remarry and died 23 or 24 July 1845.

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Samuel TALBOTT, Jr. and Mary O'DANIEL




Husband Samuel TALBOTT, Jr. 370

         Born: 17 March 1756 - Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: May 1833 - Clark County, Kentucky
       Buried: 


       Father: Samuel TALBOTT, Sr. (Abt 1726-1777)
       Mother: Margaret (Mary) Magdaline DEMOUVILLE (Abt 1734-1791)


     Marriage: Abt 1778 - Fairfax County, Virginia 122

 Other Spouse: Constantine REAGAN - 1775



Wife Mary O'DANIEL 122

         Born: Abt 1756 - Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: After May 1833 - Clark County, Kentucky
       Buried: 


       Father: John O'DANIEL, RW-PS-VA (1718-1799) 122,123
       Mother: Elizabeth MOXLEY (1721-After 1767) 118




Children
1 M Daniel TALBOTT

         Born: 25 October 1779 - Spotsylvania Co., Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 November 1862 - Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth PARIS
         Marr: 2 May 1798 - Clark County, Kentucky
       Spouse: Lucy M. SMITH
         Marr: 15 September 1825


2 F Elizabeth TALBOTT

         Born: Abt 1781 - Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1810 - Kentucky
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Jesse Benedict CARRINGTON
         Marr: 7 September 1802


3 M William TALBOTT

         Born: May 1784 - Clark County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 July 1840 - Bourbon County, Kentucky
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Anna MILLER


4 F Nancy TALBOTT

         Born: Abt 1789 - Clark County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 16 August 1824 - Todd County, Kentucky
       Buried: 
       Spouse: William TINSLEY
         Marr: 14 August 1814 - Clark County, Kentucky


5 M Benjamin TALBOTT

         Born: Abt 1794 - Clark County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary GRIMES
         Marr: Bef 1824


6 F Catherine TALBOTT

         Born: Abt 1796 - Clark County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James McKEE
         Marr: 9 December 1816


7 F Ann TALBOTT

         Born: Abt 1798 - Clark County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Francis RATCLIFFE
         Marr: 8 September 1817 - Clark County, Kentucky


8 M John TALBOTT

         Born: Abt 1800 - Clark County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 1838 - Clark County, Kentucky
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Fanny HOLLOWAY
         Marr: 7 March 1812 - Clark County, Kentucky



General Notes: Husband - Samuel TALBOTT, Jr.

Samuel TALBOTT, Jr., was born on March 17, 1756, in Fairfax County, Virginia. He married Constantine REGAN or REAGAN, daughter of Michael and Rebecca REAGAN in 1775. Constantine died, perhaps a result of childbirth, the next year.

Samuel then married Mary O'DANIEL after 1777. Over the next 22 years, he and Mary had eight children.
They had moved to Kentucky before February 7, 1791, when his mother wrote her will in which she stated that Samuel was no longer in Fairfax County, Virginia. They had settled in that part of Fayette County which would become Clark County in 1792, and named their homestead "Locust Grove".

The Kentucky Gazette, Lexington, June 22, 1793, published: "Samuel TALBERT, Clark County 12 April 1793, living on the Kentucky River between Boon's Creek and Juit's Creek, found a mare."

The Kentucky Gazette, 19 March 1794, "Samuel TALBOT, living in Clark County near mouth of Boone's Creek, found a mare." [This is about 15 miles southeast of Lexingtonon John Filson's 1793 Map of Kentucky, http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kyfayett/filsons.htm ]

Samuel bought 35 acres in Clark County from Dennis BRADLEY in 1798 (DB 3, p. 180), and another 227 acres from Samuel COMBS in 1817 (DB 13, p. 93).

Among the claims filed in the Public Record Office of London, England, was this item: "Samuel TALBOT, Jr. of Fairfax. Debt with interest due 15 Sept. '98, £3.17.8. Went to Kentucky about ten years ago; had property. Inquire of J. COFFER." (p. 136)

W. H. Perrin's History of Fayette County, Kentucky, includes a biographical sketch of Mrs. Elizabeth FISHER, a descendant of Samuel TALBOTT: "Her maiden name was TALBOTT, and she is a direct descendant of an English Scotch family of the name who came from Virginia to Kentucky at an early day, her great-grandfather, Samuel TALBOTT, settling in Clark County, between the Kentucky River and Boone's Creek. He had one son, Nicholas, whose mother died when he was but a child, and several other children by a second wife." (p. 803) Nicholas was born on November 10, 1776.

Samuel's second wife was Mary O'DANIEL, daughter of John and Elizabeth Moxley O'DANIEL of Fairfax County. When John O'DANIEL died in 1798, his will mentioned his daughter "Mary TALBERT" who was "to have land in Kentucky."

Samuel witnessed the Last Will & Testament of John TILLETT of Bourbon County, Kentucky. In an abstract: Wills: TILLETT, John - Names wife, Jane; sons, James, William, John, Giles; granddaughter, Sarah, daughter of George, deceased; daughters, Nancy COTTEN, Jane REED, Elizabeth BOGGESS, Mary SPENCER, Susanna WARREN. Written 27 Mar 1810. Proved Sep 1812. Witnesses: M. and Samuel TALBOTT, Jas. FORD. (Will Book D, p. 300)

The 1830 Clark County Census, page 89, lists Samuel TALBOTT and family: 1 male and 1 female 70-80 years old, 1 male and 1 female 30-40 years old, 1 female 20-30 years old, 2 males and 1 female 10-15 years old, 1 female 5-10 years old, and 2 females 0-5.

Samuel wrote his will on August 16, 1824, and it was proved on May 27, 1833:
I, Samuel TALBOTT of the County of Clarke and State of Kenty. living in My right Mind and Memory do make My Last Will and Testament in the manner Following
Item - I give unto my son Nicholas TALBOTT $1
Item - I give unto my son Daniel TALBOTT $1
Item - I give unto my dec'd daughter Elizabeth CARRINGTON's two youngest children $1 each
Item - I give unto my son William TALBOTT $1
Item - I give unto my dec'd daughter Nancy TINSLEY's children one dollar each
Item - I give unto my son Benjamin TALBOTT one feather bed
Item - I give unto my daughter Catherine Mc -- One Dollar.
Item - I give unto my daughter Ann RATCLIFF one dollar
Item - I give unto my son John TALBOTT the Plantation I now live on containing 227 acres the same more or less to remain in his and in his heirs possession forever. I also give unto my son John TALBOTT Negro Tom. Also I give unto my son John TALBOTT all house hold furniture and kitchen furniture of every description that I possess. It is my desire that my son John TALBOTT shall keep his mother as long as she shall live. I also give unto my son John TALBOTT all my money that is found in my possession and all that is or shall be due to me by bond or accounts. I also impower and authorize my son John TALBOT to be Executor of this my last will and testament and to revoke all others made by me heretofore. Signed and Sealed in the year of our Lord Agust 16th 1824.
Attest Samuel TALBOT
John REED Eliza B REED Sophiania OLDHAM
The above will was produced in the May Court, 1833, by John TALBOTT, Executor; and witnessed by John and Eliza B. REED
(http://www.rootsweb.com/~kyclark3/family/fr018-talbott.htm)


General Notes: Wife - Mary O'DANIEL

Mary O'DANIEL, daughter of John O'DANIEL and Elizabeth MOXLEY. Mary was willed 200 acres of land in Clark County, Kentucky, by her father. "Item. I give and bequeath to Mary TALBERT two Hundred Acres of land part of a Greater Track in the state of Kentucky to her & her Heirs forever." She and Samuel TALBOT moved to Kentucky and established a plantation which they called "Locust Grove." She may have been called "Polly".

Mary's sister Elizabeth, also received 200 acres of land from the same tract in Kentucky. She was named as Elizabeth TALBERT, in her father's will, however, Kentucky land records show her husband as Isaac HALBERT, indicating a clerical error in the recorded will of John O'DANIEL. The U.S. Geological Survey-Charters Quadrangle-Lewis.Corky, Edition of 1950 lists "Elizabeth O'DANIEL, 1761-1847, and her husband, Issac HALBERT, 1750-1825.", buried in Valley Cemetery off Salt Lick Creek, below Redden Branch and above Clary Branch, a little north of a settlement called "Charters".

Samuel TALBERT, Sr. and Mary Magdalene DeMOUVELL were the parents of Samuel TALBOTT, Jr. who married Mary O'DANIEL. Mary Magdalene DeMovell TALBERT'S will, written in 1791, is recorded in Fairfax County, Virginia, where she died. (husband Samuel died in Revolution 1777) She mentions her son Samuel, who is still in Fairfax at the writing, but later removed to Kentucky. It also mentions a son Demovell TALBERT who left Fairfax also removing Kentucky (Bourbon County and Clark County). She mentions another Son Rodham TALBERT - but I have nothing on him at all - wife? etc?. He served in Revolution and died supposedly in Shelby County, Ohio, but wonder if this might not be Shelby County, Kentucky?

Demovell TALBOTT married twice as I found (1) Leanna TALBOTT, his cousin, her mother Leanna MASON, child of French MASON. Leanna TALBOTT may have died in Fairfax before Demovell TALBOTT moved to Kentucky. His second wife was Margaret "Peggy" WILLIAMS, daughter of William. They went to Kentucky after marrying. (AnneRupert@aol.com)


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Stephen O'DANIEL and Ann Wise RATCLIFFE




Husband Stephen O'DANIEL 122,2180

          AKA: Stephen DANIEL 2179
         Born: Abt 1765 - Fairfax County, Virginia 2179
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 February 1854 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried: 


       Father: John O'DANIEL, RW-PS-VA (1718-1799) 122,123
       Mother: Elizabeth MOXLEY (1721-After 1767) 118


     Marriage: Abt 1800 - Fairfax County, Virginia 3040



Wife Ann Wise RATCLIFFE 1910

         Born: Abt 1782 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 November 1826 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried: 


       Father: Richard RATCLIFFE (Abt 1751-1825) 125,126
       Mother: Louisiana BOWLING (Abt 1760-After 1825) 126




Children
1 M Richard John DANIEL 1910

         Born: Between 1800 and 1810 - Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1854
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Nancy Lucy HOOE 190
         Marr: Bef 1825 - Fairfax, Virginia 190


2 F Julia Ann DANIEL 2132

         Born: Between 1800 and 1810 - Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 October 1833 - Fairfax County, Virginia 2132
       Buried:  - Fairfax County, Virginia 2132
       Spouse: Alexander FOOTE 2132
         Marr: Bef 1825 2132
       Spouse: Spencer JACKSON


3 M William Stephen DANIEL 118

         Born: 1806 - Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 15 March 1849 - Jefferson County, Virginia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Catherine G. HURST 1808
         Marr: 14 August 1834 - Jefferson County, Virginia 2527


4 F Jane Pearson DANIEL 2179

         Born: Abt 1810 - Fairfax County, Virginia 2179
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1850
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James Gordon ALLISON 2179


5 M Robert Ratcliffe DANIEL

         Born: Abt 1812 - Fairfax County, Virginia 2179
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1868
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Stephen O'DANIEL

Stephen O'DANIEL is a son of John O'DANIEL and Martha MOXLEY. He is named as O'DANIEL in the 1798 will of his father. (Fx. C: 423); however, Stephen had shed his Celtic O'. Most records, including his will, show him as Stephen DANIEL. The 1826 obituary for his wife, Ann W., lists them as DANIELL. The 1840 census enumerates Stephen as 70-80 years old, born between 1760 and 1770. The 1850 census shows his age as 85, born about 1765.

About 1780, Stephen married Ann "Nancy" Wise RATCLIFFE, daughter of Richard RATCLIFFE and Louisiana "Locian" BOWLING.

Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, Vol. 3, 1775-1800, p. 148 records Stephen obtaining 19 acres, apparently from his father. V-550: T.W. 131: 1 May 1790 Stephen O'DANIEL asne. of John ODANIEL 19 A. (8 Jan 1791) in Fairfax Co. adj. O'DANIEL's Br., William ODANIEL now John ODANIEL, Accotink Run. 15 June 1792."

From John O'DANIEL's Will dated 19 January 1798, " I give and bequeath to my son Stephen ODANIEL Negro James Cris and her two youngest Children to him and his Heirs forever."

Stephen O'DANIEL was listed five times as a buyer at his father's estate sale, three of those times as "Stephen DANIEL."

According to Fairfax Court records, Aug 19, 1799, p. 1628, Stephen DANIEL was to be commissioned a Lieutenant in the Virginia militia.

On 12th of February 1800, Stephen sold his 19 acre tract to Richard RATCLIFFE, his father-in-law, for eighty-five dollars and 50 cents "Current money." Apparently Stephen was allowed to continue living on this land, because in 1854, at the age of 94, "Stephen died at his home, called Airhill, near Centreville, Fairfax County, Virginia"; this being the 19 acre plot Stephen received in 1790 adjoining the land bequeathed to his father's widow, Nancy O'DANIEL.

1810 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, No Twp; Series: M252 Roll: 68 Page: 371:
DANIEL Stephen 2[under 10, Richard Jonathan & William Stephen] . . . 1[45 and over, Stephen] ||2[under 10, Julia Ann & Jane Pearson] . . 1[26-45, Ann] . || . 28[Slaves].

1820 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County; Series: M33 Roll: 137 Page: 69:
Stephen DANIEL 1 1 0 1 0 1 ||0 2 0 1 0
Reads: 1 male under 10 (Robert); 1 male 10-16 (William); 1 male 16-26 (Richard); 1 male 45 and over (Stephen)|| 2 females 10-16 (Julia and Jane); 1 female 26-45 (Ann).

Extracts from The Daily National Intelligencer, Saturday, November 12, 1825, Number 3997, posted at http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Flats/4759/intelligencer.html contains this entry: "An Excellent Farm for Sale. This farm lies in Fairfax County, consisting of 4 or 500 acres, called Mount Rocky, adjoining the land of Mr. John LLOYD, Mr. Stephen DANIEL, Mr. Charles C. STUART, and others; it is well timbered and watered, of excellent quality, and very healthy, and a very good neighborhood, &c. This Farm has a tolerable good Dwelling House, with other necessary improvements on it."

1840 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfacx County, No Twp; Series: M704 Roll: 558 Page: 145: Stephen DANIEL
1M 5-10, 1M 20-30, 1M 70-80 (Stephen) || 1F 5-10, 1F 20-30.
The male 20-30 may be Stephen's son, Robert, with an as yet unknown wife and children?
Stephen's son, Richard J. DANIEL, and family are enumerated on the same page.

1850 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, 7 September 1850; M432 Roll: 942 Page: 137: 446 446 Stephen DANIEL 85 M W Farmer 23968 VA; Lucy 47 F W VA; Nancy 9 F W VA; Charles W. RATCLIFFE 21 M W Farmer TN; Robert DANIEL 38 M W None VA Idiotic.
Next door is Stephen's daughter Jane Pearson and husband:
447 447 James P. ALLISON 35 M Farmer 820 VA; Jane P. ALLISON 40 F VA; Julia RATCLIFFE 19 F VA.
notice:
On the 8th instant, at his residence near Centreville, Fairfax County, Va., Stephen Daniel, at an advanced age. [The Alexandria Gazette, Alexandria, Virginia, Saturday, February 18, 1854, Page 2]

Stephen's will is dated March 13, 1849 and was proved March 20, 1854 (Fairfax Liber X, 183). From his will and the detailed land records book, BEGINNING AT A WHITE OAK, by Beth Mitchell, it appears that he had acquired a number of Fairfax plantations aggregating several thousand acres. He names grandchildren Richard Nelson DANIEL, John Hooe DANIEL, and Nancy Wise DANIEL, children of his deceased son Richard John DANIEL; his daughter Jane Pearson ALLISON, and her husband James Gordon ALLISON; grandson Stephen Daniel FOOTE, only surviving child of late daughter Julia Ann JACKSON; grand-daughters Mary Elizabeth, Anne Catherine and Frances Eugenia, children of late son William S. (Steven) DANIEL, and son Robert Ratcliffe DANIEL". Pages 582 - 586, GENEALOGIES OF VIRGINIA FAMILIES, VOL. IV (W -Y and Appendix)

The Last Will and Testament of Stephen DANIEL, below, was transcribed from a photocopy of Fairfax County, Virginia, Will Book X1, page 180. There are no editorial comments within the will. Stephen used parenthetical comments in his will, e.g., ("Called Airhill"). While this example looks odd, it is as written. The transcriber used parentheses containing question marks when words or letters were not distinguishable:
In the Name of God. Amen. I Stephen DANIEL of the County of Fairfax and State of Virginia, being weak in body, but of sound and perfect mind and memory do make and publish this as my last will and testament, in manner and form following, (that is to say) I give and bequeath unto my grand sons Richard NELSON and John Hooe DANIEL and my grand daughter Nancy Wise DANIEL, the children of my son the late Richard J. DANIEL that certain tract of land, lying on Elk Lick and adjoining the lands of Andrew HUTCHISON and others, being the same on which the said Richard J. DANIEL resided at the time of his death, to be equally divided amongst the three said grandchildren. I further give and bequeath unto the said three grandchildren one half of my servants not otherwise disposed of in this my last will and testament to them and their heirs forever.
I give and bequeath unto my daughter Jane P. ALLISON all that part of the farm on which I now reside ("Called Airhill") lying north of the old mountain road between Flat Lick and Rocky Run and to her heirs forever. I further give and bequeath unto my said daughter Jane P. ALLISON and to her heirs forever one half of all my servants not otherwise disposed of in this my last will and testament. I further give and bequeath to my said daughter Jane P. ALLISON my single horse pleasure carriage.
I give and bequeath unto James Gordon ALLISON in trust for my grandson Stephen Daniel FOOTE, the only surviving child of my late daughter Julia Ann JACKSON, and his heirs forever all that certain tract of land called Wood Lawn adjoining the lands of SALISBURY (??) being the same land purchased by me of William H. FOOTE of Alexandria.
I further give and bequeath unto the said James Gordon ALLISON in trust for my said grandson Stephen Daniel FOOTE and his heirs forever my negro man Charles BETTS and my servant woman Lucy with her children Laura with all their future increase.
I give and bequeath unto my three grand children Mary Elizabeth, Ann Catherine and Frances Eugenia the children of my son the late William S. DANIEL all my land not otherwise disposed of by this my last will, lying on the south side of the old mountain road embracing the lands I purchased of Thomas NEAL's heirs, James A. SPINDLE and others, and adjoining the lands of Jas. A SPINDLE and others, to them and their heirs forever.
I further give and bequeath to my three said grand daughters, the children of my said son William S. DANIEL, and to their heirs forever, my negro man Celestian(?) BETTS, my servants women Sarah (daughter of Servant Rose) Leah(?), daughter of servant Aymee) and Maria together with all their increase.
I give and bequeath unto James Gordon ALLISON in trust, for my son Robert Ratcliffe DANIEL, all that tract of land called Turner's Place, lying on Piney Branch, and adjoining the lands of John SHAID, John BARNES & others, containing three hundred and twenty eight acres, be the same more or less to him and his heirs forever.
I further give and bequeath unto James Gordon ALLISON, in trust for my said son Robert Ratcliff DANIEL & his heirs forever, my servants woman Jimima and Aymee and Mary Jane the child of Aymee, together with all their future increase.
I further will and direct that all my remaining estate of any description whatever, including a certain house and lot in the town of Centreville (at present occupied by William FORSYTHE) shall be sold and the moneys arising from such sale, after the payment of all my just debts, shall be equally divided amongst my heirs.
I further give and bequeath unto my aforesaid daughter Jane P. ALLISON, my three old servants Michael BETTS, Patty HARRIS and Letty COX, and hereby will and direct that they shall be supported out of that portion of my estate, given in this my last will and testament to my said daughter Jane P. ALLISON.
I further will and direct that my Servant man (E.?) HARRIS, shall (on account of his faithful services and good behavior) be free, and that my Executors shall pay to him the sum of one hundred dollars out of my estate not otherwise herein disposed of.
I hereby appoint James Gordon ALLISON and Richard Nelson DANIEL, Executors of this my last will and testament, and hereby revoke all former wills by me made. In witness whereof, I hereunto set my hand and seal this 15th day of March, in the year 1849.
Signed, Sealed, published and declared by the above named Stephen DANIEL to be his last will and testament, in presence of us, who have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses in the presence of the testator A. S. GRIGSBY Jas.(?) A. EVANS B. F. ROSE 2180


General Notes: Wife - Ann Wise RATCLIFFE

Ann "Nancy" Wise RATCLIFFE was likely named for her mother's sister Ann "Nancy" (BOWLING) WISE. Circa 1798, Ann married Stephen DANIEL, son of John O'DANIEL of Fairfax, Virginia.

In her father's will, dated 29 March 1815, Richard RATCLIFFE bequeathed "...and that after my said wife's death my desire is that all the houses & lotts of mine in providence, may be equally divided among my five daughters Penelope JACKSON, Nancy W. DANIEL, Jane MOSS, Patsey RATCLIFFE, and Locian RATCLIFFE Except the brick store house & lott and Hagues house, & that halfs, his lott, next to Payne Street..."

Died At Air Hill, on Monday, 20th inst. Mrs. Ann W. DANIELL [sic], wife of Stephen Daniell [sic], Esq. of Fairfax County, in the 44th year of her age..." [The Alexandria Gazette, Alexandria, Virginia, Saturday, November 25, 1826, Page 3]

In 1825 when her inheritance was claimed by her husband, Stephen DANIEL. "When our town founder, Richard Ratcliffe, died in 1825 his land was devised to his heirs. The Sisson House stands on a portion of that land which Ratcliffe owned outside of the then town limits. Richard Ratcliffe's Will directed that his land outside of Providence, as Fairfax was then known, be divided among his daughters as they may choose. Stephen Daniel, the husband of Ann W. Daniel, a deceased daughter of Richard Ratcliffe, as her legal heir, chose a ten acre parcel encompassing the site of the present Sisson House. The transfer of this property to Stephen Daniel was halted by a suit brought by Thomas Moss, and others, to settle debts on the estate of Richard Ratcliffe. The result of this suit was the distribution of Ratcliffe's land to special commissioners for benefit of the estate. These commisioners were directed to sell "Lot 4" of the estate of Richard Ratcliffe consisting of ten acres. Daniel McCarty Fitzhugh acquired Lot 4 of Ratcliffe's estate from these commissioners on December 29, 1845." (The Fare Facs Gazette, Vol. 2, Issue 4, Fall 2004, http://www.historicfairfax.org/HFCI24.pdf)

Stephen Daniel's Will of 1849 does not name or mention a wife. Wesley Pippenger in "John Alexander" writes that Julia Ann DANIELS (sic) was the daughter of Stephen and Janet DANIELS (sic).


Notes: Marriage

"DANIEL, Stephen, b. ca 1760; d. 1854, of Fairfax Co., son of John; m. Nancy Wise RATCLIFFE, dau. Richard and Louisiana (BOWLING). 1T165"
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William O'DANIEL II and UNKNOWN




Husband William O'DANIEL II

          AKA: William DANIEL, William DANIELL, William DANNELL 894
         Born: Abt 1720 - Stafford County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 8 November 1796 - Kershaw County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: William O'DANIEL I (Cir 1691-Between 1726/1728) 892
       Mother: Frances --?-- (Bef 1703-Between 1755/1758) 894


     Marriage: Bef 1754



Wife UNKNOWN

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M William DANIEL III 1455

          AKA: William O'DANIEL III 4006
         Born: 19 February 1755 - Camden District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 October 1828 - Kershaw County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Eleanor MARLOR
         Marr: Abt 1790 - South Carolina


2 M James DANIEL 3929

          AKA: James O'DANIEL
         Born: Abt 1760 - Camden District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1826 - Barnwell County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth ERWIN
         Marr: Abt 1785
       Spouse: Ann SALLEY
         Marr: After 1793


3 F Sarah DANIEL 1455,2100

          AKA: Sarah O'DANIEL
         Born: 11 June 1762 - Camden District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1815 - Midway Plantation, Barnwell County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Major James ERWIN, RS-SC 2423
         Marr: 1777 - Camden, South Carolina 2423


4 M Sem DANIEL 1455

          AKA: Sem O'DANIEL
         Born: 30 March 1766 - Camden District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1837 - Barnwell County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ann ALLEN
         Marr: Abt 1787
       Spouse: Mary Agnes Elizabeth RICE 2145
         Marr: Bef 1807


5 M David DANIEL 1455

          AKA: David O'DANIEL
         Born: 1769 - Camden District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 June 1832 - Chester County, South Carolina 1489
       Buried:  - Harmony Baptist Church Cemetery, Chester County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Mary Ann MULDOON
         Marr: Abt 1796
       Spouse: Mary Ann --?-- 6
         Marr: After 1819


6 F Mary DANIEL 1455,3974

          AKA: Mary O'DANIEL
         Born: Abt 1774 - Camden District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: After 24 August 1860 2098
       Buried: 
       Spouse: WOOD 3974
         Marr: Bef 1810


7 M Josiah L. DANIEL

          AKA: Josiah L. DANIELL, Josiah L. O'DANIEL
         Born: 22 May 1776 - Kershaw County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 December 1813 - Edgefield District, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary DANIEL 2698
         Marr: 17 November 1808



General Notes: Husband - William O'DANIEL II

William O'DANIEL was a son of William and Frances O'DANIEL of Stafford County, Virginia. In the 1728? will of his father, it is likely William O'DANIEL received 100 of the 700 acres his father was granted. This assumption is made from known bequeaths of 100 acres to his brothers and sisters. In a 1740 survey of 300 acres for John GLADDING, this land was adjacent to that of William O'DANIEL, and would have madec William's inheritance a part of the 400 acre grant on the south side of Accotink Creek.

The O'DANIEL family lands were within Truro Parish. "Within this territory were the seats of the Fairfaxes, Washingtons, Masons, McCartys, Fitzhughs, Brents, Alexanders, Lewises, Mercers, Daniels, Carters, Dades, Stuarts, Corbins, Tayloes, Steptoes, Newtons, Browns, Lees, Thorntons, Balls, Smiths, and other leading families too many to mention." ("The History of Truro Parish in Virginia" by Rev. Philip Slaughter with Notes and Addenda by Rev. Edward L. Goodwin. 1907.)

It was about 1740 when their O'DANIEL surname began being found as DANIEL in public records. William is found as O'DANIEL in most records in Virginia. He is DANIEL on some records in South Carolina, but he continued to used the O' throughout his lifetime and in his 1795 last will and testament.

In John GLADDIN's will of 1749, William O'DANIEL was named Executor for bequeaths left to John's wife, Frances GLADDIN, William's mother. William and his brother, John O'DANIEL, named as Executor for bequeaths to Ann NELSON and her daughter, Sarah NELSON, presented the GLADDIN's will at a Fairfax County court on 26 December 1749. On the same date, William and Henry GUNNELL signed a Bond of Estate for William's part, as did John O'DANIEL, William Payne, Jr., and Thomas Wren for John's part.

In William's mother's will, dated 7 February 1755, Frances O'Daniel GLADIN bequeathed to William a Negro, Joe. In her will, Frances names her sons as "James DANNELL, William DANNELL, and John O'DANNELL. If there was a riff between brothers which may caused a difference in the surnames they used, as surmised, this naming in the will may be indicative of its having begun before 1755.

The name William O'DANIEL is found in extant records of the Fairfax County courts from 1753 to 1757. In the November 1757 case, William is represented by an attorney, indicating he may not have been in Fairfax at this time. The records show the cases as "William GLADDIN vs William O'DANIEL - in replevin - continued". Fairfax County Court Order/Minute Books record the following:

"William GLADDIN, Plaintiff, against William O'DANIEL, defendant - in Replevin - This day came as well the aforesaid William GLADDIN as the aforesaid William O'DANIEL by their attornies and thereupon all and singular the promisess being seem and by the Court here and fully understood and mature deliberation thereupon had it considered that the said William GLADDIN recover against the said William O'DANIEL the mulatto boy named Anthony AVERY in the declaration mentioned and one shilling damages and also his costs by him in this behalf expended and the said William O'DANIEL in mercy ____ from which judgment the said William O'DANIEL prays an appeal to the most General Court which is granted him and John O'DANIEL and Joseph MOXLEY acknowledge a bond for prosecuting the same with object." This lawsuit started because the mulatto boy, Anthony AVERY, was left to John O'DANIEL in the will of Frances GLADIN; however, Frances' deceased husband, John GLADIN, had bequeathed Anthony AVERY to Sarah NELSON. Sarah NELSON died "as an infant". William GLADDIN, brother of the deceased John GLADIN, acquired ownership of Sarah's bequeaths, apparently including AVERY. Arguably, William demanded that John O'DANIEL return AVERY to him. John protests that he does not have AVERY and that his brother, William, has him. William GLADDIN then sues William O'DANIEL to recover Anthony AVERY or his value. Why and where did William O'DANIEL have him? In a probable scenario, William O'DANIEL goes to SC cir. 1754. Frances GLADIN lets him take Anthony AVERY with him as a servant for his family, but then gave Anthony to John O'DANIEL in her will. Anthony was not hers to give because he was part of John GLADIN's estate bequeathed to Sarah NELSON, his god-daughter. William O'DANIEL may have been in South Carolina and not available to appear in person, thus, represented in the suit by his attorney and leaving his brother, John O'DANIEL and Joseph MOXLEY to protect his interests and post his bond to the court. (William's being in South Carolina during this period is strengthened by this record in Brent H. Holcomb's "Petitions For Land From The South Carolina Council Journals.Vol. 4 - 1754-1756 - Meeting of Tuesday A.M. 5 August, 1755: - The Petition of William O'Daniel humbly setting forth That the Petitioner had four persons in family for whom he never had warrant of survey or grant of land, prayed for two hundred acres of Land between Broad and Saludy Rivers and that the might have a grant for the same. Dated July 4th, 1755. William O'Daniel. The prayer thereof was granted."
SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0006 Page: 00191 Item: 03 Date: 1756/07/06:
"South Carolina. Pursuant to a precept from Wm. DeBrahm Esq. Surveyor General, dated the 5th day of August A.D. 1755, I have measured unto William O'Daniel a tract of two hundred acres of land on Indian Creek, in the fork between Broad and Saludy Rivers: and is bounded on all sides by vacant land: and hath such form as the above plat represents. Certified th. 6th day of July A. D. 1756 by me Joseph CURRY D.S." [Although the plat distinctly reads "William O'DANIEL," it is indexed as "William DANIEL." View plat at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=96626]

William O'DANIEL is listed among the names receiving militia pay disbursements in Henings Statutes At Large - Va. for Fairfax County, September 1758. No dates of service were mentioned in this excerpt. William O'DANIEL is also listed as a sergeant in the book, Virginia Colonial Militia, Fairfax County, September, 1758. This William is likely the son of William and Frances O'DANIEL of Stafford [now Fairfax] County.

The next mention of a William O'DANIEL in Fairfax County, Virginia records is in August 1768. The court ordered John O'DANIEL to pay 550 pounds of tobacco to one William O'DANIEL for having attended 22 days as a witness for John O'DANIEL in a case against John DALTON. (Fairfax County, Virginia, Court Order Book 1768-1770, page 28) The identity of the William O'DANIEL in this case is uncertain; it may be one of two Williams of age at this time, John's brother, returned from South Carolina to testify, or John's son, age 21, who migrated to South Carolina about this time.

Questions: What happened to William O'DANIEL of Fairfax County, Virginia? His brother, James O'DANIEL had petitioned South Carolina for a land grant in 1754, before he sold his inherited land in Fairfax in 1757. William's last legal record in Fairfax is also 1757, in which John O'DANIEL posted bond for William. It appears that both William and James severed their final ties to Fairfax, Virginia, in 1757 to live their lives in South Carolina. South Carolina land grants to both William O'DANIEL and James DANIEL were on the Broad River at about the same time, 1754, contributing to the evidence of their connection. William's grant was in what is now Kershaw county, , and James' grant was in now Fairfield county, which counties abut each other. The locations of these O'DANIEL children are close to each other. They likely migrated together. On March 23, 1773, William DANIEL and his nephew, Jesse DANIEL, son of James DANIELL, were witnesses to the lease by Moses KIRKLAND to Arthur SIMPKINS of land located between the Savannah and Saluda Rivers. Another show of kinship? William and James' brother, John O'DANIEL, had a son, William, who migrated to Fairfield County, and then to Edgefield County, South Carolina. He is known to be John's son by his parents indenture of land in Kentucky to him in 1797, recorded in Fairfax County, Virginia. John's daughter, Frances, "followed her uncle to South Carolina and there married a man named MAY." Which uncle was not specified, but had to have been James because William was not named in the article. Two of William of Edgefield's sons were closely associated with Josiah L. DANIEL, son of William O'DANIEL of Kershaw County, South Carolina. Josiah L. DANIEL married his cousin, Mary DANIEL, daughter of William DANIEL of Edgefield. Another link to show close familial ties between William O'DANIEL of Kershaw County and James and John O'DANIEL of Fairfax County, Virginia.
Who was the fourth person in William's household in 1755? Anthony AVERY, subject of the lawsuit by William GLADDIN against William O'DANIEL in the Fairfax County, Virginia court in 1757? Or James O'DANIEL who was having problems with his land grant at the time?

William was married before 1755, the year of his first son's birth. His wife's name has not been found, but the given names of some of his sons, Josiah, Sem, and David, are unusual names among O'DANIEL descendants and may help to identify their mother.

William DANIEL is in the Saluda River area of South Carolina by 1755, named in a document with a number of others who petition the Georgia Trustees in Savannah to send troops to protect the settlers. He signs the document as William DANIEL.

In the South Carolina Council Journal, January 6, 1755 to August 18, 1755, page 281, is a record that William O'DANIEL personally petitioned the Grand Council of South Carolina for 200 acres of land. This is about the same time his brother, James O'Daniel/Daniel also petitioned this council for land. At this time South Carolina Royal Grants were given for 50 acres to a head of household and 50 acres for each additional member of the household. This would establish the fact that there were four individuals in William's family, William, his wife, his son, William, and a fourth person, unknown, who may have been a relation, an unidentified child who died young, or Anthony AVERY. "200 acres on Indian Creek in the Fork between Broad and Saluda Rivers, bounded on all sides by vacant land" were granted to him on May 8, 1758. The plat had been certified on July 6, 1756. At the top of the grant, a handwritten note states "4 October 1758 delivered to Joseph CURRY." The grant is listed in South Carolina Royal Grants, Volume 8, page 291, and in 2009 is in Edgefield County roughly 5 miles north of Mount Willing. The required Memorial is not recorded. Land memorials were required of everyone who owned property from about 1730 to 1776. William may have abandoned or sold this land because of the Cherokee Wars which lasted until 1761. That would explain his presence in Fairfax County, Virginia in the late 1750s and his later return to South Carolina and acquiring land in Craven County in 1763.

This acquisition was for 50 acres on Granney's Quarter Creek in Craven County. It was bounded westerly on land surveyed for Henry SUMMERFORD, southerly on said creek, and on other sides vacant land. The plat was certified on April 5, 1763 and the grant made on May 8, 1763. The Memorial for this land was signed as William O'DANIEL on July 13, 1763, as can be found in South Carolina Land Memorials, Volume 6, page 102. William sold this land on November 5, 1789 in a deed to Henry EADY for ten pounds. The land was, by then, in Lancaster County, proved there on July 17, 1790, but not recorded until August 1, 1793 in then Kershaw County in Deed Book B, page 297. Modern maps show Granney's Quarter Creek as the first creek North of the city of Camden in Kershaw County. This area was historically part of Craven County, 1682-1785; Camden Judicial District, Craven County, 1769-1785; Lancaster County, 1785-1791; and Kershaw County, 1791 to present.

Beginning in 1765, William started accumulating land on White Oak Creek, the next creek North of Granney's Quarter Creek on the East side of the Wateree River. At his death, this land was listed as his place of residence. A plat for 100 acres, bounded by vacant land on all sides, was certified on May 10, 1765 and the grant was made on October 31, 1765. William's memorial for this land was dated November 25, 1765, and signed "for the memorialist by John LANDERS". A plat of this land can be viewed at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=99056.

William added an additional 50 acres, bounded to the South by land of William O'DANIEL and on all other sides by vacant land, plated on November 17,1766 and granted on February 17, 1767. William presented his memorial for this land on February 17, 1767. By the end of 1766, William had been granted 400 acres here, apparently headrights for himself, wife and six others. He sold 250 acres of the total, keeping 150 acres of his grants for himself.

William O'DANIEL and John O'DANIEL are listed among the Names of Individuals with Accounts At "Clermont" (Rugeley's Fort) Camden District, SC 1776-1778 (John R. Clarke, 12 May 2004, http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/daniel/2004-05/1084409137) Rugeley's Fort was located twelve miles north of Camden on "Clermont", the plantation of Colonel Henry RUGELEY, in the fork of Grannies Quarter and Flat Rock creeks in Kershaw County west of modern state secondary road S-28-58 and north of S-28-40.

1778 DANIEL WILLIAM Camden District SC No Township Listed SC Early Census Index SCS1b904865
On page 13 of "Camden District, S. C. Wills and Administrations, 1781-1787" by Holcomb and Parker, three men, James DANIEL, William DANIEL, and Lewis POPE, are listed as appraisers of the estate of Elizabeth CHAPELL (apt 15, pkg 476). Her will was proved 27 Oct 1782. Purchasers at the sale of property include both William DANIEL and John COOK. This record shows James and William DANIEL together, and is the only document yet found that does. This William DANIEL is either William O'DANIEL/DANIEL (1721?-1796), James' brother, or William, son of John O'DANIEL of Fairfax, Virginia , and nephew of John's brothers, James and William. Both the POPE and COOK families were associated through marriages with James DANIELL's family. William was later of Kershaw County, and James of Fairfield County, South Carolina.

On December 4, 1788, William bought 141 acres from John O'DANIEL for 15 pounds sterling. The land was recorded as on both sides of White Oak Creek, bounded on the North by John GOODWIN, South by land of Michael McELWORTH and the said William O'DANIEL, Southeast by land granted to said William O'DANIEL, South by land granted to Henry DUNGWORTH and all other sides by vacant land, as per two plats of land. The deed was witnessed by David (X) BALLARD, Thomas GARDNER, and David DANIEL,William's son, and recorded December 12, 1788 in Lancaster County. This purchase completed William's estate of 291 acres as given in his will.

The 1790 census for South Carolina, Camden District, Lancaster County, Printed Edition, page 26 shows "William DANIL" with 1 male age 16 & upwards, 1 male under 16, 2 females, and 3 slaves.

William's will, dated 4 November 1795, probated 8 November, 1796, and recorded in Kershaw County Will Book C, page 260, was transcribed as follows:
"South Carolina Kershaw County White Oak Creek - - -
In the Name of God Amen - I William ODANIEL Senr being of Sound Mind and memmory by Cauling to mind the Mortallity of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die I Do make Consittute and ordain this my Last Will and testament in the manner and form as followeth - - - -
Imprimis - First I Give and bequeath to my Daughter Sarah IRVIN [sic, ERWIN. RLD] one Shilling Sterling.
Secondly - I Give and bequeath to my Sun David ODANIEL one Shilling Sterling & No more
Thirdly I Give and Bequeath to my Sun Josiah ODANIEL one Shilling Sterling and No more
Fourthly - I Give and Bequeath to my Sun Sem ODANIEL one feather bed and furniture and No more
Fifthly - I Give and bequeath to my Sun James ODANIEL one feather bed and furniture and No more
Sixthly - I Give and bequeath to my Daughter Mary ODANIEL forty weight of new feathers one Grey Philley two years old last Spring a fold of A grey Mare Cauled tib - two Cows two breading sows one Flax Wheal one pot and frying pan one Dish one bason and four plates - No more -
Seventhly - the Above Leagusseas to be paid of at the Discrestion of the Executor who I shall Hereafter Annorminate and appoint -
Eightly I Give and Bequeath to my Sun William ODANIEL two hundred and Ninty one acres of land and all the appertainances thereunto belonging To him and to his Heirs and afsigns for Ever - and all the Rest of my Goods and Chattles Not Disposed of to the Said William ODANIEL without any Set hinderrance or Mollistation Freely by him to be Injoyed - according to the true intent and Meaning of this my last Will and testament -
Ninthly and Lastly - I Constitiute and appoint My Sun William ODANIEL soul Executor to this my Last Will and testament Disannulling and Revokeing All other testaments Wills or Cordicils of Wills by me made Ratifying this to be my last Will and testament -
In Witness Where of I have hereunto Set my hand and Seal this Fourth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Ninty five -
Signed Sealed pronounced and Declared in the presence of us John GOODWIN, Benjamin SCOTT, Rich.d CLAYBROOK, Daniel GOODWIN. (Signed) William ODANIELs."
A flourish of his pen may have looked like an added "s". William did not mention a wife, and left all of his 291 acres to his son, William, who presented the will for probate on 8 November 1796.
(The notes of Catherine Bonds Gheesling and contributions by William O'Daniel, Jr., of Littleton, Colorado were very helpful in compiling the above. RLD)
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Calvin Alexander PARMELEE, Jr. and Jean Marie ODDO




Husband Calvin Alexander PARMELEE, Jr.

         Born: 14 April 1942 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
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Wife Jean Marie ODDO (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Sam Rosario ODDO (1910-1971)
       Mother: Jeannette HEMELT (1913-1996)




Children
1 F Michele Elizabeth PARMELEE (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Corey Shawn PARMELEE

         Born: October 1973 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 April 1974 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 24 April 1974 - Garden of Memories Cemetery, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana




General Notes: Husband - Calvin Alexander PARMELEE, Jr.

Calvin A. Parmelee, Jr., born 14 April 1942, resided in New Orleans, Louisiana, 1987-2005. Possible Relatives Calvin A Parmelee Jr, Nancy D Parmelee, Thomas S Parmelee. Record Number 2809207. ["United States Public Records Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KL4Z-2QF : accessed 15 Jan 2014), C A Parmelee, 01 Dec 1987-01 Oct 2005.]
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William J. WINKLES and Caroline ODOM




Husband William J. WINKLES

         Born: 1 December 1843 - Georgia
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       Father: James J. WINKLES (Abt 1823-      )
       Mother: Nancy --?-- (1820-      )


     Marriage: 9 July 1863 - Carroll County, Georgia



Wife Caroline ODOM

         Born: 12 September 1844 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 February 1895
       Buried:  - Hinesley Cemetery, Carroll County, Georgia


Children
1 M William Franklin WINKLES

         Born: 13 February 1871 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: June 1934
       Buried:  - Sargent Cemetery, Coweta County, Georgia
       Spouse: Laura E. PRUITT 475
         Marr: 20 April 1890 - Carroll County, Georgia



General Notes: Husband - William J. WINKLES

William J. Winkles, born 1823 in South Carolina, was a son of James J. Winkles and Millie Stoniker. [Winkles Tree, Jesse Winkles, jwinkles9@hotmail.com, Rootsweb]

U.S Census, Georgia, Carroll County, 11th Division; Series M432 Roll 63
605 J. J. Winkle 27 M Farmer SC
Nancy " 28 F GA
Milly " 9 F GA
Wm " 7 M GA
Margaret " 5 F GA
Unnamed " 2 M GA

Cobb's Georgia Legion, Casualties ... W. J. Winkles, was wounded in the arms... Total - Killed 21, wounded 126. [The Daily Constitutionalist, Augusta, Georgia, Sunday, May 24, 1863, Page 1]

W. J. Winkles married Caroline Odam [sic] on 9 July 1863 in Carroll County, Georgia.

"United States Census, 1880," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M8L2-98V : accessed 22 January 2016), J William Winkles, District 742, Coweta, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district ED 37, sheet 424D, NARA microfilm publication T9 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), roll 0141; FHL microfilm 1,254,141.
Winkles J. William Self Farmer W M 38 GA GA GA
-- Caroline Winkles Wife Houswife W F 35 GA
-- Delia Dau W F 14 GA GA GA
-- Frank Son W M 8 GA GA GA
-- Ella Dau W F 6 GA GA GA
-- Andrew J. Son W M 2 GA GA GA GA
Next door is the family of Andrew J. and Martha D. Winkles. Andrew born in Jan 1879, and Martha born in May 1878.

Caroline died in 1895.

"United States Census, 1900," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M3NC-XJT : accessed 24 January 2016), William J Winkles in household of Delia J Bone, Militia District 992, Panther Creek, Coweta, Georgia, United States; citing sheet 9B, family 172, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,240,190.
Bone Delia J. Head W F Nov 1866 33 Wd - 3 1 GA GA GA Spooler at spinning mill
-- Eulys D. Son W M June 1889 10 S GA GA GA Spooler in spinning mill
Winkles William J. Father W M Dec 1844 55 Wd GA GA GA
-- Louis W. Brother W M Sept 1885 14 S GA GA GA Doffer in spinning mill

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Coweta County, Panther Creek; Series T624 Roll 182 Page 14B:
288 294 Winkles Franklin Head M W 39 M1 18 GA GA GA Farmer General farm
-- Laura Wife F W 33 M1 18 1 0 GA GA GA
Tuttle Jesse Adopted son M W 2 S GA GA GA
Winkles William G. [sic] Father M W 66 Wd GA GA GA Farm laborer Home farm

William J. Winkles is buried in Hinesley Cemetery, Cross Plains, Carroll County, Georgia. Apicture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 31890632:

W. J.
WINKLES
BORN
DEC. 1, 1843
[no death date]

The memorial is linked to those for his wife, Caroline Odom Winkles (1844 - 1895), and a son, William Franklin Winkles (1871 - 1934).


General Notes: Wife - Caroline ODOM

Caroline Odom, wife of William J. Winkles, is buried in Hinesley Cemetery, Cross Plains, Carroll County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 73945582:

CAROLINE
WINKLES
BORN
CEP. [sic] 12, 1844
DIED
FEB. 27, 1895

The memorial links to those for her husband, William J. Winkles (1843 - ____) and a son, William Franklin Winkles (1871 - 1934).


Notes: Marriage

W. J. Winkles married Caroline Odam [sic] on 9 July 1863 in Carroll County, Georgia. ["Georgia Marriages, 1808-1967,"]

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Jacob ODOM and Martha WATSON




Husband Jacob ODOM

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     Marriage: After 1782



Wife Martha WATSON 698

         Born: November 1753
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         Died: September 1817 - Ridge Spring, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Ridge Spring Cemetery


       Father: John Elijah WATSON (1718-1791)
       Mother: Ann Blair MURPHY (1722-1795)



 Other Spouse: Michael WATSON 698


Children
1 F Charity ODOM

         Born: Abt 1784
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       Spouse: Josiah COTTON (living)


2 F Martha ODOM

         Born: Abt 1786
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General Notes: Wife - Martha WATSON

Martha WATSON first married her cousin, Michael WATSON. They had five children. After Capt. Michael WATSON died, Martha married Jacob ODOM.
Martha Watson ODOM's will is recorded in Edgefield County Will Book B, Page 397, and probated 4 November 1817. She is buried in the cemetery at Ridge Spring, South Carolina, but her grave was never been marked, because the WATSON family opposed her marriage to Jacob.


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Mitchell Judson SCOTT, Jr. and Lilia Jo ODOM




Husband Mitchell Judson SCOTT, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Mitchell Judson SCOTT, Sr. (1882-1937)
       Mother: Maude Winston NELSON (1887-1959)


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Wife Lilia Jo ODOM

         Born: 1 January 1915
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         Died: 24 April 2003
       Buried:  - Evergreen Cemetery, DeSoto Parish, Louisiana


Children
1 M Mitchell Judson SCOTT III (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Marvel Ann JONES (living)


2 F Lilia Roxanne SCOTT (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Nicholas Joseph CICERO (living)



General Notes: Wife - Lilia Jo ODOM

Lilia O Scott, born 1 January 1915, died 24 April 2003 at age 88. Her last known residence was in Caddo Parish, Louisiana 71107. [United States Social Security Death Index]

Lilia Jo Odom is buried in the Scott Family plot, Evergreen Cemetery, Kingston, DeSoto Parish, Louisiana. A picture of her headstone, shared with her husband, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 91712498:

LILIA JO ODOM SCOTT
JAN. 1. 1915 - APRIL 24, 2003
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Rev Darling PEEPLES and Martha Ann ODOM




Husband Rev Darling PEEPLES 2112

         Born: Cir 1792
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     Marriage: Bef 1817



Wife Martha Ann ODOM 2112

         Born: Cir 1795
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Children
1 F Ann Louise PEEPLES 2112

          AKA: Martha PEOPLES 904
         Born: 12 November 1817 2112
   Christened: 
         Died: October 1836 - Barnwell District, South Carolina 2112
       Buried:  - Rev. Darling Peeples Cemetery 2112
       Spouse: Capt. William M. DUNCAN 904



General Notes: Husband - Rev Darling PEEPLES

"of Barnwell District, South Carolina"
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OFFUT and Simonia TAYLOR




Husband OFFUT 3143

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef 1870
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     Marriage: Cir 1861



Wife Simonia TAYLOR 996

         Born: Abt 1837 - Louisiana
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       Father: Edward William TAYLOR (Cir 1795-1851) 3142
       Mother: Margery Belt BRASHEAR (Abt 1809-Abt 1889) 3142




Children

Notes: Marriage

Simonia TAYLOR was single in the 1860 census. She is Simonia OFFUT in the 1870 census, likely widowed by the war. 4841
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William J. OFFUTT and POSEY




Husband William J. OFFUTT (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife POSEY (details suppressed for this person)

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James OGILVIE and Elizabeth WATSON




Husband James OGILVIE

         Born: 1777
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         Died: 1837
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Wife Elizabeth WATSON

         Born: 16 September 1778
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         Died: June 1870
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       Father: Artemus WATSON, RS-SC (Abt 1750-      )
       Mother: Hannah BELL (1753-1824) 947




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Robert OGILVIE and Mary POPE




Husband Robert OGILVIE

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     Marriage: February 1808



Wife Mary POPE 424

         Born: 3 April 1766 - Edgefield District, South Carolina
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       Father: Solomon POPE (1740-Bef 1795) 424
       Mother: Susanna DAWKINS (Abt 1749-1794) 424



 Other Spouse: Burrill COOK 111,424


Children

General Notes: Wife - Mary POPE

Mary POPE was a daughter of Solomon POPE and Susannah DAWKINS. Mary married Burrill COOK. In his Will of 19 October 1794, Solomon wrote "I have given to my Dauter [sic] Mary COOK one Negro Named Jack one horse & Saddle one Boy 7 [&?] Furniture." [SC Archives: Series: S108093 Reel: 0008 Frame: 00144 Item: 000 Date: 1/15/1795 Description: POPE, Solomon of Edgefield County, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book A. Page 74; Estate Packet: Box 43, Pkg 1799).]




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John O'GORMAN and Eleanor RILEY




Husband John O'GORMAN

         Born:  - Ireland
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     Marriage: Bef 1864



Wife Eleanor RILEY

         Born:  - Ireland
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Children
1 M John Joseph O'GORMAN 906

         Born: 12 August 1864 - Ireland 906
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 April 1946 - Barnwell County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Blackville Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Annie M. FARRELL 702,906,907
         Marr: Abt 1895



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Dr. James Conyers PINKSTON, Jr. and Natalie OLCOTT




Husband Dr. James Conyers PINKSTON, Jr.

         Born: Abt 1889 - Macon County, Alabama
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       Father: James Conyers PINKSTON
       Mother: Harriet TUTTLE


     Marriage: 3 June 1914 - Steuben County, New York



Wife Natalie OLCOTT

         Born: Abt 1894 - Steuben County, New York
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       Father: Marvin OLCOTT
       Mother: Fannie Fuller COOK




Children

General Notes: Husband - Dr. James Conyers PINKSTON, Jr.

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M9DC-6XM : accessed 19 Feb 2013), Hattie M Pinkston in household of James C Pinkston, ED 115 Precinct 7 Cross Keys, Macon, Alabama, United States; citing sheet 9A, family 184, NARA microfilm publication T623, FHL microfilm 1240027.
James C Pinkston head M 40 Alabama
Hattie M Pinkston wife F 39 Alabama
James C Pinkston son M 14 Alabama
Olin G Pinkston son M 12 Alabama
Annie F Pinkston daughter F 10 Alabama
Carrie L Pinkston daughter F 7 Alabama
Harvey C Tuttle brother-in-law M 27 Alabama

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgonery County, Ward 4, Montgomery; Series: T624 Roll: 29 Page: 16:
Pinkston Annie Head F W F 50 M1 15 4 4 AL AL AL None;
-- Annie F Dau F 20 S AL AL AL None;
-- J. C. Jr. Son M W 18 S AL AL AL;
-- Carrie Dau F W 16 S AL AL AL;
-- Olin Son M W 12 S AL AL AL;
Lyons Jos. B. Lodger M W S GA AL AL.

1920 U.S. Census, New York, Steuben, Ward 3, Corning; Series: T625 Roll: 1267 Page: 64: Cedar St
188 121 126 PINKSTON James Conyers Jr. Head M W 32 M AL AL AL doctor Medicine;
-- Natalie Olcott Wile F W 25 M NY NY NY;
-- James Conyers III Son M W 2 S NY NY AL;
VINE Ella Servent F W 22 S NY NY NY Servant Private family;
FINUS Pauline H. F W 25 S PA Germany Germany Nurse girl Private family.

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K79K-SK9 : accessed 19 Feb 2013), James C Pinkston, Ward 3, Corning, Corning City, Steuben, New York, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 51-31, sheet 2A, family 35, NARA digital publication T627, roll 2781.
James C Pinkston head M 52 Alabama
Natilie O Pinkston wife F 47 New York
Ella Abble cook F 63 New York

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Research Note: Olin G. Pinkston, born about 1888, died 11 September 1967 in Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama at age 79. He was a son of James C. Pinkston and Hattie Tuttle. His wife was listed as Mrs. O. G. Pinkston. ["Alabama, Deaths, 1908-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JKQW-4BY : accessed 19 Feb 2013), James C. Pinkston in entry for Olin G. Pinkston, 11 Sep 1967; citing reference cn 22003, Department of Health, Montgomery; FHL microfilm 1909105.]


General Notes: Wife - Natalie OLCOTT

The engagement of Miss Natalie Olcott to Dr. James Conyers Pinkston, of Mongomery, Ala., was announced this afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Olcott, when Mrs. Olcott entertained the Bridge Club at her home at 48 East Fifth Street. The marriage will take place in June. ... [The Montgomery Advertiser, Montgomery, Alabama, Wednesday, February 18, 1914, Page 6]

[Aside: PINKSTON Marvin O., Sr. Of Denver, died at his home on Sunday, September 28, 2008. Born in Corning, NY on November 14, 1921, he served in the 10th Mtn. Division, 85th Regiment, and took part in the Allied Victory in Northern Italy in WWII. Survived by his three children, Melissa Diven Williams, Marvin Olcott Pinkston, Jr., Marianne Fell Pinkston; and his two grandsons, Benjamin Rhys Williams and Owen Douglas Williams. Preceded in death by his parents, Natalie Olcott Pinkston and Dr. James Conyers Pinkston; and his brother, James Conyers Pinkston III. Marvin was loved for his quick wit, humor and kindness. Donations can be made in his memory to the 10th Mountain Division. Published in the Star-Gazette on 9/30/2008]


Notes: Marriage

On 3 June 1914, James Conyers Pinkston, age 27, married Natalie Olcott, age 22, in Steuben, New York.James, born in Shorters, Alabama, was the son of James Conyers Pinkston and Harriet Tuttle. He was a physician. Natalie, born in Corning, New York, was the daughter of Marvin Olcott and Fannie Fuller Cook. Malcolm S. Johnston, clergyman, officiated. Witnesses were Gertrude Olcott Fox and Olin Pinkston. ["New York, County Marriages, 1908-1935," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FFRG-4G6 : accessed 19 Feb 2013), James Conyers Pinkston and Natalie Olcott, 1914.]

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James Arlie PERKINS and Cherrie Ilene OLIVER




Husband James Arlie PERKINS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Vernon Lawrence PERKINS, USA, WWII (1916-1989)
       Mother: Virginia Iduma PHILLIPS (1926-2007)


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Wife Cherrie Ilene OLIVER (details suppressed for this person)

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Robert Abram WALLER, Jr. and Donna OLIVER




Husband Robert Abram WALLER, Jr.

         Born: 1930 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 March 1994 - Virginia
       Buried:  - Mountain View Cemetery, Pittsylvania County, Virginia


       Father: Robert Abram WALLER (1879-1941)
       Mother: Anna Claude DAVIS (1885-1972) 3065


     Marriage: Abt 1955



Wife Donna OLIVER

         Born: 17 February 1932 - Roanoke City, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 February 2004 - Charlottesville City, Virginia
       Buried:  - Mountain View Cemetery, Danville City, Virginia


Children
1 M Robert Abram WALLER III

         Born: 28 October 1957
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         Died: 29 December 1974 - Gilford County, North Carolina.
       Buried:  - Mountain View Cemetery, Pittsylvania County, Virginia




General Notes: Husband - Robert Abram WALLER, Jr.

Robert Abram Waller, Jr., son od robert abram Waller and Annie Claude Davis, was born in Hancock County, Georgia. He is age "0/12" in the 1930 census.

A picture of Robert's headstone in Mountain View Cemetery, Danville, Danville City, Virginia, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 114777262:

ROBERT A WALLER, JR
SSGT US AIR FORCE
KOREA
MAR 8 1930
MAR 31 1994

The memorial links to those for his wife, Donna Oliver Waller (1932 - 2004) and a son Robert Abram Waller (1957 - 1974).



General Notes: Wife - Donna OLIVER

Donna Oliver, wife of Robert Abram Waller, Jr., is buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Danville, Danville City, Virginia, A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 114777769:

DONNA OLIVER WALLER
FEB. 17, 1932
FEB. 10, 2004

The memorial lists her birth in Roanoke City, Virginia, and her death in Charlottesville City, Virginia.

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William OLIVER and Barbara TATE




Husband William OLIVER

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     Marriage: Bef 1798



Wife Barbara TATE

         Born: Cir 1774
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       Father: James TATE, RS-VA (Cir 1746-1798)
       Mother: Rebecca HUDSON (1742-1816)




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Amy Ruth O'NEAL




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Wife Amy Ruth O'NEAL (details suppressed for this person)

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 Other Spouse: Jeremy Dan SOULÉ


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Jeremy Dan SOULÉ and Amy Ruth O'NEAL




Husband Jeremy Dan SOULÉ (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: James Alton SOULÉ (1946-1995)
       Mother: Barbara Ann DANIEL


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Wife Amy Ruth O'NEAL (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M James Glenn SOULÉ (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Elizabeth Abigale SOULÉ (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Chandler Scott SOULÉ (details suppressed for this person)

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Charles O'NEAL and Mary Pearson RUSH




Husband Charles O'NEAL 519

         Born: Abt 1834 - South Carolina 519
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       Father: Richard O'NEAL (Abt 1792-      ) 519
       Mother: Grace Howell PEARSON (1810-1882) 519


     Marriage: Abt 1854



Wife Mary Pearson RUSH 4842

         Born: Abt 1836 - South Carolina 4842
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Children
1 F Grace O'NEAL 4842

         Born: Abt 1856 - South Carolina 4842
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2 F Mary O'NEAL 4842

         Born: Abt 1858 - South Carolina 4842
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General Notes: Husband - Charles O'NEAL

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1227 Page: 62: 8 8 Charles O"NEALL M Clerk 800 100 SC; -- Grace 4 F SC; -- Mary 24 F SC; Mary O'NEAL 2 F SC.


General Notes: Wife - Mary Pearson RUSH

Mary O'NEAL, maiden name not found, is head of household in 1870, living near her parents-in-law. Charles is presumed died, probably in the WBTS.
1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Wd-4 Columbia; Series: M593 Roll: 1507 Page: 168: 298 368 ONEAL Mary 39 F W At Home SC; -- Mary 12 F W SC; -- Grace 13 F W SC.

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Daniel C. O'NEAL and Elizabeth VENSON




Husband Daniel C. O'NEAL

         Born: 5 January 1878
   Christened: 
         Died: 1909
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1901



Wife Elizabeth VENSON

         Born: 20 January 1878
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         Died: 1904
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Anna Jane O'NEAL

         Born: 20 June 1901
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       Spouse: Harlan Russell HALBERT 1704
         Marr: 14 June 1925 - Vanceburg, Lewis County, Kentucky



General Notes: Husband - Daniel C. O'NEAL

Possible father?
1850 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, 2-District; Series: M432 Roll: 210 Page: 175: 273 277 Daniel O'NEAL 72 M Farmer 150 PA; Catherine " 51 F KY; Harriett " 25 F KY; Susan " 12 F KY; Agnes " 10 F KY.

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Richard O'NEAL and Grace Howell PEARSON




Husband Richard O'NEAL 519

         Born: Abt 1792 - England 519
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 25 January 1831



Wife Grace Howell PEARSON 519

         Born: 15 January 1810 - South Carolina 519
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 December 1882 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: Rev. John H. PEARSON III (1770-Bef 1837) 1293
       Mother: Nancy FURNEY (Cir 1775-      ) 1293




Children
1 F Adaline Pearson O'NEAL 519,1618

         Born: 22 November 1831 - South Carolina 519
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 December 1923
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ephraim Mobley ATKINSON 1618
         Marr: 17 March 1853 - Richland County, South Carolina


2 M Charles O'NEAL 519

         Born: Abt 1834 - South Carolina 519
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Pearson RUSH 4842
         Marr: Abt 1854


3 F Martha O'NEAL 518,519

         Born: Abt 1836 - South Carolina 519
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Charles P. MARTINDALE 518


4 F Victoria Campbell O'NEAL 519

         Born: June 1838 - South Carolina 4759
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Charles P. MARTINDALE 518
         Marr: Abt 1867


5 M Richard O'NEAL 519

         Born: Abt 1841 - South Carolina 519
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F Louisa O'NEAL 519

         Born: Abt 1843 - South Carolina 519
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Richard O'NEAL

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia; Series: M432 Roll: 858 Page: 16: 316 322 Richard ONEALE 58 M Merchant 12,000 England-- Grace H. 40 F SC; -- Adeline P. 18 F SC; -- Charles 16 M Student SC; -- Martha 14 F SC; -- Victoria 11 F SC; -- Richard 9 M SC; -- Louisa 7 F SC; Priscilla ONEALE 100 F Mu SC.

1859 City Directory for Columbia, SC - O
O'Neale, Charles ~ cotton buyer ~ House Cotton Town
O'Neale, Richard ~ cotton merchant Cotton Town ~ House Upper corner of Gates
O'Neill, Mrs. M. M. ~ matron (Female Orphan Asylum)
(http://distantcousin.com/Directories/SC/Columbia/1859/O.html)

1860 U.S. Census, Richland County, Columbia P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1227 Page: 38: 626 636 Richard O'NEALE 71 M Merchant 7000 10,000 England; -- Grace H. 46 F SC; -- Victoria C. 20 F SC; -- Louisa 18 F SC; -- Richard Jr. 17 F SC.

1870 U.S. Census, Richland County, 4-Wd Columbia; Series: M593 Roll: 1507 Page: 168: 283 350 ONEAL Richard 28 M W Merchant 7000 500 SC; -- Louisa A. 27 F W At home AL; -- Blanch 9/12 F W SC Aug;
ONEAL Richard 78 M W Merchant England; -- Georgia 60 F W At home SC; -- Loue 29 F W At home SC.
Question: Is Georgia really Grace? Right age, right husband, right daughter, Louisa, and living in the household of son Richard and family.
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Thomas O'NEAL




Husband Thomas O'NEAL

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 7 March 1798
       Buried: 
     Marriage: After 1770

 Other Spouse: Mary LINDSEY - After 1771



Wife

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Thomas L. O'NEAL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M John L. O'NEAL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Unknown O'NEAL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: David POWERS (living)



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David POWERS and Unknown O'NEAL




Husband David POWERS (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Unknown O'NEAL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Thomas O'NEAL (      -Bef 1798)
       Mother: 




Children

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William O'NEILL and Armie Love STANLEY




Husband William O'NEILL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Armie Love STANLEY 443,444

          AKA: Orma Love STANLEY
         Born: 26 December 1893 - Kaufman County, Texas 443
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 January 1986 - Dallas County, Texas
       Buried: 


       Father: Rev. Jacob T. STANLEY (1856-1905) 1645
       Mother: Kate C. WALKER (1858-1949) 1645,1646



 Other Spouse: Sgt Miles Jefferson EARLY, USA, WWI 442 - Abt 1912


Children

General Notes: Wife - Armie Love STANLEY

Armie Love STANLEY married Miles Jefferson EARLY about 1912.

Armie Love is named as Orma Love Stanley on the original birth certificate for her son Jack. The original did not have Jack's name and listed his father as M. J. Early, a painter. On 19 February 1974, Mrs. Armie Love Early O'Neill of San Angelo, Texas, filed an amendment to the birth certificate of her son, Jack Early, naming herself, Armie Love STANLEY and Miles Jefferson EARLY as the parents of Jack Early born 21 April 1913 in Abilene, Taylor County, Texas. Certificate Number 13718. The amendment was received and issued by the County Clerk, Tom Green County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Certificates, 1903-1935," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XL9N-4Y2 : accessed 21 Nov 2013), Armie Love Stanley in entry for Jack Early, 1913.]

In 1920 Armie EARLY, widow, and son, Jack reside with her widowed mother, Kate C. STANLEY.
1920 U.S. Census, Texas, Taylor County, Pct 1; Series: T625 Roll: 1851 Page: 127: Poplar 624 207 249 STANLEY Mrs. Kate Head F W 61 Wd AL GA AL None; -- Helen Dau F W 18 S TX OH AL Stenographer Lawyer office; [next page, 128] EARLY Mrs, Armie Dau F W 26 Wd TX OH AL Stenographer Lawyer office; -- Jack GrSon M W 6 S TX TX TX.

Armie married second William O'Neill.

Armie Love O'Neill died 8 January 1986 in Dallas County, Texas. ["Texas, Death Index, 1964-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JVTH-PTT : accessed 21 Nov 2013), Armie Love O'Neill, 08 Jan 1986; citing Texas Department of State Health Services, Austin,Texas.]

Armie Oneill born 26 December 1893 died in January 1986 at age 93.
Last Place of Residence: Irving, Dallas, Texas 75061
Social Security Number 463-18-7875 issued in Texas.
"United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JLJV-Y24 : accessed 21 Nov 2013), Armie Oneill, January 1986; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).

Armie Love donated her body to science.
Find A Grave Memorial# 124047970

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


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