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Rudolph HILL and Raye --?--




Husband Rudolph HILL (details suppressed for this person)

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


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

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Dempsey CANNON and Rebecca --?--




Husband Dempsey CANNON 604

         Born: Abt 1782 - North Carolina 604
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         Died: Abt 1868 - Bulloch County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: Archibald CANNON, Sr., RS-NC (Cir 1745-Bef 1820)
       Mother: Mary JORDAN (Abt 1748-Abt 1852) 604


     Marriage: 



Wife Rebecca --?-- 604

         Born: Abt 1782 - Georgia 604
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1850 604
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Zilphy CANNON 604

         Born: Abt 1830 - Georgia 604
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         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Dempsey CANNON

Dempsey CANNON was born between 1780 and 1790 per the 1830 and 40 censuses. The 1850 census gives his age as 68, born then about 1782.

"Demcey" CANNON is named in the 1 May 1820 LW&T of his father, Archibald CANNON, Sr. of Bulloch County, Georgia.

1830 U.S. Census, Georgia, Bulloch County, No Twp; Series: M19 Roll: 16 Page: 101:
Dempsey CANNON 1 2 . . . . 1 . . . . . . || 1 3 . . . . 1 . . . . . .
Reads: 1 male under 5; 2 males 5-10; 1 male 40-50 (Dempsey); 1 female under 5; 3 females 5-10; 1 female 40-50 (Rebecca).

1840 U.S. Census, Georgia, Bulloch County, No Twp; Series: M704 Roll: 37 Page: 118:
Dempsey CANNON . 1 1 1 . . . 1 . . . . . || . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . .
Reads: 1 male 5-10; 1 male 10-15; 1 male 15-20; 1 male 50-60 (Dempsey); 1 female 10-15 (Zilphy); 1 female 50-60 (Rebecca).

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Bulloch County, 6th Subdivision, 11 Sept 1850; Series: M432 Roll: 62 Page: 251:
220 227 William RIMES 51 M Farmer 200 GA; Barbary -- 48 F GA.
221 228 Dempsey STANLEY 66 M Farmer GA; Mary -- 47 F GA.
222 229 William A. CANNON 23 M Farmer 400 GA; Margery -- 30 F GA; Rachael RIMES 10 F GA; Ann -- 7 M(?) GA; James -- 5 M GA; Jordan -- 3 M GA.
223 230 Dempsey CANNON 68 M Farmer NC; Rebecca -- 68 F GA; Zilphy -- 20 F NC; Mary CANNON 102 F NC.
224 231 John GROOVER 39 M Farmer 750 GA; Sarah -- 43 F GA; Elisha -- 17 M GA; William 15 M GA; James -- 12 M GA; John -- 9 M GA; Martha GLISEN(?) 72 F GA.


General Notes: Wife - Rebecca --?--

Rebecca married Demsey CANNON. In 1850, Demsey resides in Bulloch County, Georgia with his 102 year old mother, Mary (CRIBBS), and his daughter, Zilphy, 20. Rebecca is presumed died before 1850.
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Brandon S. KENT and Rebecca --?--




Husband Brandon S. KENT (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Greg KENT
       Mother: Rhonda Renee McCRAY


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

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1 F Harper Elizabeth KENT (details suppressed for this person)

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Benjamin F. SANFORD and Rebecca --?--




Husband Benjamin F. SANFORD 1725

         Born: Abt 1813 - Georgia 1725
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         Died: 
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     Marriage: Bef 1843



Wife Rebecca --?-- 1725

         Born: Abt 1818 - Georgia 1725
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         Died: 
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Children
1 F Laura E. SANFORD 1725

         Born: Abt 1839 - Georgia 1725
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1 January 1920 1726
       Buried: 
       Spouse: 2Cpl Winfield S. BUTTS, CSA
         Marr: 23 January 1856


2 M Oscar SANFORD 1725

         Born: Abt 1840 - Georgia 1725
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3 F Emily SANFORD 1725

         Born: Abt 1841 - Georgia 1725
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4 M Jeremiah SANFORD 1725

         Born: Abt 1843 - Georgia 1725
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5 M Tully SANFORD 1725

         Born: Abt 1845 - Georgia 1725
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6 F Sarah SANFORD 1725,1727

         Born: 19 July 1847 - Georgia 1727
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 June 1926 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1727
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia 1727
       Spouse: Thomas J. SMITH 1728,1729
         Marr: 15 December 1869 - Baldwin County, Georgia


7 F Ophelia SANFORD 1725

         Born: 1850 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1725
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         Died: Bef 1860 1730
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8 F Ada SANFORD 1730

         Born: Abt 1853 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1730
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9 F Rebecca SANFORD 1731

         Born: Abt 1857 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1731
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General Notes: Husband - Benjamin F. SANFORD

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Exclusive of Milledgeville; Series: M432 Roll: 61 Page: 131: 618 618 Benjamin F. SANFORD 37 M Farmer 2,000 GA; Rebecca " 32 F GA; Laura " 11 F GA; Oscar " 10 M GA; Emily " 9 F GA; Jeremiah " 7 M GA; Tully " 5 M GA; Sarah " 3 F GA; Ophelia " 6/12 F GA; Joseph LUNDY 22 M Overseer GA.

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Milledgeville P O; Series: M653 Roll: 111 Page: 216: 664 611 Benjamin F. SANFORD 47 M Planter 4000 20,000 GA; Rebecca " 39 F GA; Emily " 17 F GA; Jeremiah " 16 M GA; Tully " 14 GA; Sarah " 13 F GA; Ada " 7 F GA; [Page: 217] Rebecca SANFORD 3 F GA.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Milledgeville P O; Series: M593 Roll: 134 Page: 153: 103 102 SANFORD Benj 57 M W Farmer --- 200 GA; -- Rebecca 52 F W Keeping house GA; -- Emily 21 F W GA; -- Ada 16 F W GA; -- Rebecca 14 F W GA At home; BUTTS Laura 30 F W Keeping house GA; -- Ella 13 F W At home GA; -- Ida 9 F W GA. [Laura, named as a daughter in 1850 and 1880, apparently married an unknown BUTTS about 1856. Ella and Ida BUTTS are likely her children. Author [sic] BUTTS, 31 in Hancock County, Georgia is married to Sarah, 19, and has a daughter Ella, 4. Wm S. BUTTS, 26, married to Lucinda "Lucy" (MOORE), 21, has Ella, 3, Benj 2, and Julia, 5 mos. RLD]

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County,105 Milia Dist; Series: T9 Roll: 133 Page: 172:
621 752 SANFORD Benjamin W M 63 M Farmer GA VA VA;
-- Rebecca W F 61 Wife M Keeping house GA SC NC;
-- Ada W F 25 Dau S At home GA GA GA;
-- Rebecca W F 21 Dau S At home GA GA GA;
BUTTS Laura W F 40 Dau S At home GA GA GA.

Confederate Widow's Pension Claim Number 1028, 18 April 1891, Mrs. Laura E. BUTTS, widow of W. S. BUTTS, died 22 May 1862, Globe Hospital, Richmond, Virginia. They were married 23 January 1856, resident of Georgia continuously since 10 June 1839. [Date of birth. RLD] Witnesses: T. J. SMITH, J. H. PARKER, A. I. SMITH who state "she had not intermarried since his death, and that she resides in Baldwin County of the State of Georgia."
[http://content.sos.state.ga.us/cdm4/document.php?CISOROOT=/pension&CISOPTR=34357&REC=10
[From: http://files.usgwarchives.org/ga/hancock/military/civilwar/rosters/coe15reg.txt]
BUTTS, Winfield S.-2d Corporal July 15,1861. Wounded at Rapidan Station, Va. May 1,1862. Died of wounds in Richmond, Va. hospital May 1862.

Laura Sanford BUTT's daughter Ida?
1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 116 Militia Dist; Series: T9 Roll: 151 Page: 272:
277 277 AMOS Elizabeth W F 45 Wd Farmer GA GA GA;
-- Walter W M 19 Son S Farm hand GA GA GA;
-- Albert W M 14 Son At School GA GA GA;
BUTTS Ida W F 19 Cousin S At home GA GA GA;
QUINN John W M 28 Boarder S Farmer GA GA GA;
SANFORD Nelson B M 12 Servant GA GA GA;
LUNDY Sidney B W 19 S Farm hand GA GA GA.
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John DULIN and Rebecca --?--




Husband John DULIN

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         Died: Bef 10 November 1828 - Loudoun County, Virginia
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Wife Rebecca --?--

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         Died: Bef 9 October 1865 - Loudoun County, Virginia
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Children

General Notes: Husband - John DULIN


Will of John Dulin
signed 20 Nov 1828
found in Loudoun Co., VA - R265 1827/1828
Transcribed by Betty Frain <mailto:brfrain@erols.com>, brfrain@erols.com
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In the name of God Amen whereas I John Dulin of the County of Loudoun and state of Virginia am weak of body but perfectly strong in memory and recollection doth make and constitute this my last Will and Testament revoking and annulling all others heretofore made Item 1st My will is that my funeral expenses and all my just debts shall be first paid. Item 2nd It is also my will from the love and affection which I bear my wife Rebecca that she should have all the property that I die possessed of both personal and real to sell make deeds or other conveyances also the expectation of property namely at the death of my mother in Kentucky to have and to hold all the above named property and then to will it to our children as she may think best. Witness my hand and seal this the twentyeth day of November in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven.
Signed, sealed and acknowledged
John Dulin(Seal)
in the presence of
Newton Keene
John Havenner(mark)
Barbary Havenner(mark)
This is to be admitted to record without security - At a court held for Loudoun County Nov. 10th 1828 - A paper purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of John Dulin decd. was presented to the Court and proved by the Oaths of John Havenner and Barbara Havenner two of the subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of Newton Keene who made Oath as admin. and who thereupon together with B. Bridges and S. M. Bos his securities entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of three thousand dollars conditioned as the law directs. Certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form.
Testr. J. Binns Clk
(http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~valoudou/wills/dulinj.htm)


General Notes: Wife - Rebecca --?--

Will of Rebecca DULIN, signed 27 Jun 1861, found in Loudoun Co., VA Will Book 2Q, page 125-127:
I Rebecca DULIN of the County of Loudoun in Virginia, widow of John DULIN late of said County do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following hereby revoking all other wills and testament any papers by me at any time heretofore made I direct that all my debts and funeral expenses be paid by my Executor out of my estates including that which I hold under the will of my late husband.
I give bequeath and devise to Alexander D. LEE of Loudoun County all my personal estate together with a slave named George formerly owned by my husband and one hundred and sixty acres of the tract of land owned by my late husband at his death which slave and land I give in the exercise of the right and power given me by my late husband John DULIN in his will. The said property real and personal is hereby given bequeathed and devised to said Alexander D. LEE in trust for the sole and separate use and enjoyment of my daughter Elizabeth now the wife of Newton KEENE free from the control and management of the said Newtone KEENE and free from all his marital rights and from all liability for his debts and contracts. The said Elizabeth shall have the use and enjoyment of said property exclusively and the said Trustee shall sell and convey or dispose of the same as she may at any time or times direct in writing and shall apply the same remaining at her death to such purposes or in such way as she shall direct by her will executed in the mode prescribed by the laws of Virginia now in force for the Execution of wills or he shall divide it among the children or descendants of said Elizabeth equally per Slirpes[?] if she fail to make such directions by will. The said 160 acres shall be laid off and taken on the west side of and adjoining the County Road as it now is passing across the said tract, the same to adjoin the said line of said Road for its entire length on s'd tract.
I give and bequeath the residue of the said tract equally as follows One equal share to my son Alfred DULIN, a like share to my son James DULIN a like share to the children of my deceased daughter Lydia Ann LATIMER and a like share to my son Francis DULIN except that from the share of said Francis shall be taken a portion equal in value to the sum of Forty five dollars and ninety three cents with interest thereon from the 8th day of February eighteen hundred and forty one until my death which portion equal to said sum and interest I give to the children of my said daughter Lydia Ann, and the same shall be in extinction of the amount which said Frances ought n to have paid to said Lydia for [unreadable] of partition on the division of slaves in the Suit of A. DULIN and vs KEENE and pending in the County Court of Loudoun in 1841. The bequest and devise made herein for the benefit of said daughter Elizabeth shall be in extinction of any demand of the said Elizabeth or of her said husband for bonds or attendance for me to this date I hereby appoint [blank; no name given] Executor of this my will Witness my hand this 27th day of June 1861.
Her Rebecca X DULIN Mark
The said Rebecca DULIN named in the above paper signed the same and acknowledged it as her will before us and requested us to witness the said acknowledgment and we have witnessed the said acknowledgment and subscribed our names hereto as witnesses of said will at the request of the said Rebecca in her presence and in presence of each other the said Rebecca being in our opinion of sound and disposing mind and of testamentary capacity. Benjamin BRIDGES Jr G M WOODS
At a Court held for Loudoun County Oct. 9th 1865 A paper purporting to be the last will and testament of Rebecca DULIN deceased is as presented to the Court proved by the oaths of Benjamin BRIDGES and George M. WOODS two of the subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded And the said Rebecca DULIN having departed this life more than three months ago and no person having applied for administration on her estate On the motion of Newton KEENE it is ordered that Sam'l C. LUCKETT, Sheriff of this County do take the estate of said decedent into his possession and administrate the same according to law.
A Copy Teste Chas. P. JANNEY Cl.
[http://files.usgwarchives.org/va/loudoun/wills/dulin-reb.txt]
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Josiah C. BRALY and Rebecca --?--




Husband Josiah C. BRALY 1732

         Born: Abt 1797 - Rutherford County, Tennessee 1732
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         Died: 12 March 1885 - Brown County, Kansas
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1836

 Other Spouse: Elizabeth Frances ROCKWELL 1733 - 17 September 1862 - Atkinson County, Kansas



Wife Rebecca --?-- 1732

         Born: Abt 1801 - North Carolina 1732
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         Died: Bef 17 September 1862
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Children
1 F Sarah BRALY 1732

         Born: Abt 1836 - Missouri 1732
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2 M Josiah Hammond BRALY 1732

         Born: 23 March 1840 - Missouri 1732
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         Died: Bef 7 November 1907 - Kay County, Territory of Oklahoma
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Rhoda Amanda Ellenor MARTIN 1733
         Marr: 6 June 1864


3 M Benjamin F. BRALY 1732

         Born: Abt 1843 - Missouri 1732
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General Notes: Husband - Josiah C. BRALY

1860 U.S. Census, Kansas, Atchison County, Lancaster Twp; Series: M653 Roll: 346 Page: 258: 847 817 Josiah BRALY 63 M W Farmer TN; Rebecca 59 F W NC; Sarah 24 F W MO; Josiah H. 20 M W MO; Benj. F. 17 M W MO; Emma MONTGOMLY [sic, MONTGOMERY?] 11 F W MO.

Rebecca died before 17 September 1862 when Josiah married Elizabeth Frances ROCKEWELL.

In 1870, Josiah and Elizabeth BRALY live between his sons Josiah H. and John BRALY.
1870 U.S. Census, Kansas, Brown County, Irving Twp, Hiawatha P O: Series: M593 Roll: 429 Page: 605: 91 95 BRALY Josiah H. 30 M W Farmer 2520 550 MO; -- Rhoda E. 26 F W Keeping house AL; -- Benjamin 5 M W KS; -- Albert 3 M W KS; -- May B. 1 F W KS.
91 96 BRALEY Josiah 73 M W Farmer --- 150 NC; -- Elizabeth* 56[?] F W Keeping house KY.
92 97 BRALY John 35 M W Farmer 2500 505 MO;
-- Fannie 32 F W Keeping house TN;
-- Mary 12 F W MO;
-- John M. 7 M W MO;
-- Cynthia A. 1 F W MO;
DYE Sophiah [sic] 19 F W OH.
"Children of Mildred B. "Milly" BROCKMAN and Willis ROCKWELL are:
243 i.Elizabeth Frances ROCKWELL was born 22 Feb 1826 in Bowling Green, Warren, KY, and died ABT 1870 in prob. KS. She married Josiah C. BRALY 17 Sep 1862 in , Atchison, KS. He was born 1797 in Rutherford, TN, and died 12 Mar 1885 in , Brown, KS." [ Ellis Brockman, ellisb@chartermi.net, 2009, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=REG&db=ebrockman1&id=I1245]


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John SIMMONS, Jr. and Rebecca --?--




Husband John SIMMONS, Jr. 1734

         Born: 23 February 1740 177
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       Father: Capt. John SIMMONS (1678-Bef 1749) 1734
       Mother: Mary COCKE (      -      ) 1734


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Wife Rebecca --?-- 103

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 Other Spouse: Christopher MORING 103


Children
1 M William SIMMONS 103

         Born: Cir 1725
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       Spouse: Sarah BUTTS 103,104
         Marr: Abt January 1758 - Virginia 103


2 F Mary SIMMONS 103

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       Spouse: Stephen LUCAS 103


3 M John SIMMONS 103

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General Notes: Husband - John SIMMONS, Jr.

John Simmons married Rebecca ______. She married second Christopher Moring.

John Simmons, Jr. patented 204 acres on Waqua Creek in 1726 in Surry County, Virginia, and added 992 more acres to it in 1727. He patented 250 acres in Prince George County, Virginiaon the north side of Second Swamp on 2 January 1737-8 and added 204 acres on 10 September 1755 next to his brother Benjamin.

John Simmons was reimbursed for feeding drafted soldiers in jail and paid bounties for recruiting two volunteers during the French and Indian War.
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Christopher MORING and Rebecca --?--




Husband Christopher MORING 103

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Wife Rebecca --?-- 103

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 Other Spouse: John SIMMONS, Jr. 1734


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Thomas EATON and Rebecca --?--




Husband Thomas EATON 1735

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         Died: 1808 - Halifax County, North Carolina 1735
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       Father: Lt. Col. William EATON (      -Between 1785/1798) 1736
       Mother: Mary BROWNE (Bef 1744-      ) 1737


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

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Richard COCKE and Rebecca --?--




Husband Richard COCKE 1738

         Born: Cir 1672 1738
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         Died: 1720 1738
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Wife Rebecca --?-- 1738

         Born: Cir 1680
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Children
1 M Richard COCKE 669

         Born: Cir 1706 668
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 March 1772 668
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth HARTWELL 668
       Spouse: Elizabeth RUFFIN 669
         Marr: After 1736



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William RIVES and Rebecca --?--




Husband William RIVES 262

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       Father: George RIVES (Cir 1720-Between 1772/1773) 262
       Mother: Sarah COOKE (Abt 1722-      ) 262


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Mary YOUNG 262 - Bef 1781 262



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

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General Notes: Husband - William RIVES

William RIVES went to South Carolina about 1773 with his widowed mother and two siblings, Benjamin and Frances.
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James JONES II and Rebecca --?--




Husband James JONES II 650

         Born: 
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         Died: 1725 - Prince George County, Virginia 1739
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       Father: James JONES I (Cir 1640-Between 1719/1719) 107
       Mother: UNKNOWN (      -      )


     Marriage: 



Wife Rebecca --?-- 651

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Children
1 M James JONES III 1739

         Born: 
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         Died: Between 22 August 1742 and 16 February 1743 - Surry County, Virginia 1739
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah EDMUNDS 1739


2 M David JONES 1739

         Born: Bef January 1710 1739
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3 M Robert JONES 649

         Born: November 1694 649
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 February 1775 649
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth --?-- 649
         Marr: Bef 1739 649


4 M John JONES 1740

         Born: 
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         Died: Between 9 March 1742 and 17 August 1743 - Surry County, Virginia 1740
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah BETTS 1740


5 M Richard JONES 1741

         Born: Cir 1702 1741
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 February 1774 - Albemarle Parish, Virginia 1741
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ann HAMILTON 1741
         Marr: Bef 1731


6 F Elizabeth JONES 1742

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       Spouse: GLOVER 1742


7 F Rebecca JONES 1742

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General Notes: Husband - James JONES II

James Jones [Jr.] was named the sole executor of his father's 6 April 1719 Will:
"All the rest and Residue of My personal Estate, goods and chattels whatsoever, I do give and bequeath to my Loving son, James JONES, full and sole Executor of this my last Will and testament and I do hereby revoke, disanull and make void all former wills and Testaments by me
This Will was proved on 12 May 1719 when presented to the court at Merchant' Hope by James JONES [Jr.]

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Benjamin TUCKER and Rebecca --?--




Husband Benjamin TUCKER

         Born: 1758 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Cir 1790



Wife Rebecca --?--

         Born: Cir 1760
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Children
1 M Lewis TUCKER

         Born: 1793 - Franklin County, Georgia
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       Spouse: Mary Ann GOBER
         Marr: 31 October 1822 - Franklin County, Georgia


2 M Thomas T. TUCKER

         Born: 1793
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3 M William TUCKER

         Born: 1795
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4 F Mary Elizabeth TUCKER

         Born: 1799
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5 F Margaret TUCKER

         Born: 1801
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Charles DEAN
         Marr: Cir 1820


6 F Cynthia TUCKER

         Born: 13 April 1803 - Franklin County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 January 1845
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Nathaniel ASHTON
         Marr: 1821 - St. Clair County, Alabama


7 M Joseph Russell TUCKER

         Born: 1804
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         Died: 
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8 F Nancy TUCKER

         Born: 1806
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9 M Benjamin TUCKER

         Born: 1808
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10 M Johnson TUCKER

         Born: 1811
   Christened: 
         Died: 1861
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11 F Rebecca J. TUCKER

         Born: 1814
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William Castilo HILL, Jr. and Rebecca --?--




Husband William Castilo HILL, Jr. 1633

         Born: 13 February 1813
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       Father: William Castilo HILL, Sr. (1783-      ) 1633
       Mother: Mary DYKES (1789-      ) 1633


     Marriage: Bef 1849

 Other Spouse: Millard --?-- 1635 - Bef 1837



Wife Rebecca --?-- 1634

         Born: Abt 1830 - Georgia 1634
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Children
1 M Charles HILL 1634

         Born: Abt 1854 - Georgia 1634
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         Died: 
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2 M James HILL 1634

         Born: Abt 1856 - Georgia 1634
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         Died: 
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3 M Paschal HILL 1634

         Born: Abt September 1859 - Georgia 1634
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General Notes: Husband - William Castilo HILL, Jr.

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Randolph County, 7th District, 1 June 1850; Series: M432 Roll: 81 Page: 390:5 5 Wm C. HILL 37 M W Farmer --- 500 GA; Millard " 30 F W AL; H. D. " 13 M W GA; Jno W. " 9 M W GA; M. A. " 7 F W GA; M. J. " 2 F W GA.

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Lumpkin P O, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 136 Page: 333: 175 179 William C. HILL 47 M W Farmer 5000 2400 GA; Rebecca " 29 F W GA; Mary " 11 F W GA; Charles " 5 M W GA; James " 3 M W GA; Paschal " 8/12 M W GA. Rebecca is William's second wife, Millard assumed to have died before the birth of Charles, 5, because of the 6 year gap between Mary and Charles. William and family live next door to his widowed sister, Julia Mariah CALOWAY and her family.
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John H. HUFF, CSA and Rebecca --?--




Husband John H. HUFF, CSA 1007,1010

         Born: 7 March 1839 - Baldwin County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 October 1910 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: James HUFF (Abt 1788-Bef 1860) 1007
       Mother: Irene --?-- (Abt 1820-      ) 1007


     Marriage: Cir 1865



Wife Rebecca --?-- 1010

         Born: Abt 1840 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1921 - Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia
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Children
1 M William A. HUFF 1010

         Born: Abt 1873
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         Died: 1 January 1899 - Baldwin County, Georgia 273
       Buried: 2 January 1899 - Huff Family Cemetery
       Spouse: Minnie Lee POSEY 557
         Marr: 10 December 1892 - Baldwin County, Georgia



General Notes: Husband - John H. HUFF, CSA

"William A. HUFF parents : John H. HUFF (Parents James and Irene and family listed in 1850 Baldwin Census)married Rebecca (HALL?) 19 Mar 1872 Baldwin Co. He fought (45th Reg. Co G)and was wounded (27 June 1862, VA) in Civil War. Some lovely documents on line in Baldwin Co pension documents. Rebecca told family she would not marry until war was over because she didn't want to be a widow. Still she married a poor, wounded veteran whose wound never healed. He died 16 Oct. 1910 Baldwin Co, Ga. She died approx.1921 Milledgeville Ga." "John H. HUFF (Brother was Eli B.) and Rebecca (HALL?) are parents of William A. HUFF who married Minnie Lee POSEY. (Lisa Terry, Aajdec@aol.com)

"MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY G, 45th REGIMENT MYRICK VOLUNTEERS
Huff, John H.- private March 4, 1862 . Wounded in left leg at Cold Harbor, Va. June 27, 1862 . Roll for February 28, 1865 , last on file, shows him absent, sick. (Born in Ga. March 7, 1839.) (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/military/civilwar/45thg.txt)

"John H.Huff Enlisted on 8/27/1862 as a Private. Wounded 6/26/1862 Ellison's Mill, VA. POW 5/12/1864 Spotsylvania Court House, VA. Released 6/23/1865 Elmira, NY, Died Oct. 1910, buried in family burial ground." [http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/baldwin/9thregiment.html]

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, District 115; Series: T9 Roll:133 Page: 189:
189 200 HUFF Jno (John) H. W M 41 Head M Farmer GA GA GA;
" Rebecca W F 40 Wife M Keeping house GA GA GA;
" William A. W M 7 Son S GA GA GA.
Two doors away is William A. DAVIS and wife Martha Ann DANIELL, daughter of Jesse and Mary A. Tucker DANIELL.


General Notes: Wife - Rebecca --?--

Rebecca's surname may be HALL.
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James Lawrence COOK and Rebecca A. --?--




Husband James Lawrence COOK 1294

         Born: Abt 1820 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1294
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       Father: Nathaniel Pearson COOK (Abt 1776-Bef 1854) 424
       Mother: Susannah POPE (1777-      ) 424


     Marriage: Abt 1844



Wife Rebecca A. --?-- 1294

         Born: Abt 1825 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1294
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1 F Susannah E. COOK 1294

         Born: Abt 1846 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 1294
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2 F Martha M. COOK 1294

         Born: Abt 1848 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 1294
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3 M William A. COOK 1294

         Born: Abt 1849 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 1294
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General Notes: Husband - James Lawrence COOK

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County, Series: M432 Roll: 852 Page: 202: 33 33 James L. COOK 30 M W Planter Fairfield; Rebecca A. COOK 25 F W Fairfield; Susannah E. COOK 4 F W Fairfield; Martha M. COOK 2 F W Fairfield; William A. COOK 1 M W Fairfield.

James Lawrence COOK, deceased, is named in the 1852 LW&T of his father, Nathaniel "Nathan" P. COOK.
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Lt. William AMOSS, CSA and Rebecca B. --?--




Husband Lt. William AMOSS, CSA

         Born: 10 January 1819
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         Died: 14 June 1862
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     Marriage: Bef 1848

 Other Spouse: Elizabeth Rebecca BASS 297



Wife Rebecca B. --?--

         Born: 9 June 1818
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         Died: 10 April 1857 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Sparta City Cemetery


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General Notes: Husband - Lt. William AMOSS, CSA

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 113 District; Series: M432 Roll: 72 Page: 30:
440 446 William AMOSS 31M Sadler GA;
Rebecca B. " 31 F GA;
Miller A. E. " 2 F GA;
Mary E. " 8/12 F GA.

William AMOSS' wife, Rebecca, died 10 April 1857. He remarried to Elizabeth Rebecca BASS about 1758. Elizabeth Rebecca had two children, Lessie and George, before the 1860 census.
1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, Mayfield P O; Series: M653 Roll: 126 Page: 27:
504 557 Wm. AMOSS 41 M Planter 6000 16,000 GA;
Rebecca " 26 [31 in 1850?] F GA;
W. A. E. " 12 F GA;
May E. " 9 F GA [in 1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, Sparta P O; Series: M593 Roll: 155 Page: 370];
Lessie " 1 F GA;
George W. " 4/12 M GA.

William AMOSS' grave is indexed in the Bass Family Cemetery in Hancock County, Georgia:
Lieutenant William Amoss
Born: January 10, 1819
Died: June 14, 1862
Company "I" 59th Georgia
[http://files.usgwarchives.net/ga/hancock/cemeteries/b2000001.txt]


General Notes: Wife - Rebecca B. --?--

Rebecca B., first wife of William AMOSS, is buried in Sparta City Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia:
"Rebecca B. Amoss [birth blank] Apr 10, 1857 Section A, Lot 118, Person 4 in Sparta City Cemetery Inscription and Notes: Age 38 yrs, 10 mos, 1 day. "The Little Child Rests by her Side." w/o Wm. Amoss. On the back: "My wife and child. She made home happy."
["Age 38 yrs, 10 mos, 1 day" converts to 9 Jun 1818.]

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Wesley P. RICE and Rebecca C. --?--




Husband Wesley P. RICE 1743

         Born: August 1838 - Alabama 1744
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     Marriage: 1850



Wife Rebecca C. --?-- 1743

         Born: February 1829 - North Carolina
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1 M William Park RICE 1743

         Born: Abt December 1851 - Alabama 1743,1744
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General Notes: Husband - Wesley P. RICE

CENSUS YR: 1850 STATE or TERRITORY: AL COUNTY: Lowndes DIVISION: Lowndes District REEL NO: M432-8 PAGE NO: 104A
18 16 16 Rice William 63 M M P Clergyman 1,800 Virginia X REMARKS: field 10 may be in error
19 16 16 Rice Charlotte 57 F Georgia
20 16 16 Rice Wesley P 22 M Planter Alabama
21 16 16 Rice Rebecca C 19 F N Carolina
22 16 16 Rice Josaphene J 17 F Alabama
23 17 17 Meadows James 32 M Planter 1,200 Georgia
24 17 17 Meadows Ellen A 32 F S Carolina
25 17 17 Meadows Francis D 8 M Alabama
26 17 17 Meadows Mary J 6 F Alabama
27 17 17 Meadows Martha A 5 F Alabama
28 17 17 Meadows Rebecca E 3 F Alabama
29 17 17 Meadows James 6/12 M Alabama
30 17 17 Pool William 16 M Alabama
(http://ftp.us-census.org/pub/usgenweb/census/al/lowndes/1850/pg0103a.txt)
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Thomas J. EILAND and Rebecca M. --?--




Husband Thomas J. EILAND 1065,1629

         Born: 1837 - Alabama 1065
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       Father: Isaiah EILAND (1811-1882) 323,1065
       Mother: Sarah CAFFEY (1817-1895) 1065,1629


     Marriage: Abt 1858



Wife Rebecca M. --?-- 1065

         Born: Abt 1843 - Alabama 1065
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1 M Leonidas EILAND 1065

         Born: Abt 1859 - Alabama 1065
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2 M William T. EILAND 1065

         Born: Abt 1865 - Alabama 1065
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3 M Andrew J. EILAND 1065

         Born: Abt 1868 - Alabama 1065
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4 F Rachel A. EILAND 1065

         Born: Abt 1869 - Alabama 1065
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General Notes: Husband - Thomas J. EILAND

Thomas J. EILAND's neighbors in 1870 Mongomery County, Alabama include his father Isaih EILAND, his aunt Rebecca and Richard Camp BUCKELEW, and a Jane W. EILAND, relationship not known, possibly a widow, 5 children up to 10 years old in her home.
1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, Ramer P O; Series: M593 Roll: 34 Page: 32: 3 3 EILAND Thomas J. 33 M W Farmer 1600 900 AL; -- Rebecca M. 27 F W House keeper AL; -- Leonadas 11 M W At home AL; -- William T. 5 M W At home AL; -- Andrew J. 2 M W At home AL; -- Rachel A. 1 F W At home AL

Thomas J. EILAND, son of Isaiah and Sarah EILAND?
1880 U.S. Census. Alabama, Montgomery County, Dublin; Series: T9 Roll: 27 Page: 488:
104 105 EILAND T. J. W M 44 M Farming AL GA NC;
-- Mariah W F 36 Wife M Keeping h AL SC SC;
-- Willie T. W M 14 Son S Field hand AL AL AL;
-- Andrew J. W M 13 Son S AL AL AL;
-- Ruth A. W F 10 Dau S AL AL AL;
-- Chas W M 9 Son S Student AL AL AL;
-- Eugene W M 7 Son S AL AL AL;
-- Clara W F 5 Dau S AL AL AL;
-- Lorenza W M 3 Son S AL AL AL;
-- Lucy? W F 1 Dau S AL AL AL.
Three households away are Isaiah and Sarah EILAND, 69 and 68 respectively.
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Thomas B. DANIEL and Renee --?--




Husband Thomas B. DANIEL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: James Lawrence DANIEL, Jr., WWII (1922-2003)
       Mother: Mary Frances SIEBOLD (1924-2005)


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Daniel COKER and Rita --?--




Husband Daniel COKER

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       Father: James COKER (Cir 1780-      )
       Mother: Sarah --?-- (Cir 1785-      )


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Wife Rita --?--

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Kenneth THOMPSON and Robin --?--




Husband Kenneth THOMPSON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Melvin F. THOMPSON (1939-2001)
       Mother: Kate --?--


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

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William HANE and Rosa --?--




Husband William HANE 1746

         Born: Abt 1839 - South Carolina 1746
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Wife Rosa --?-- 1746

         Born: Abt 1834 - South Carolina 1746
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1 M Albert Elmore HANE 1746,1747,1748

         Born: March 1871 - South Carolina 1748
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Harold T. BAKER and Rosa Lee --?--




Husband Harold T. BAKER

         Born: 25 March 1929 - Thomas County, Georgia
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       Father: Lionel Geedy BAKER (1894-1969) 1640,1701
       Mother: Jewel BARROW (1898-1977) 1703


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Wife Rosa Lee --?-- (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Jimmy R. BAKER (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Sammy Watson BAKER (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Tommy BAKER (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Harold T. BAKER

BAKER - Services for Harold T. (Spot) Baker, 69, Coolidge, are at 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 22, 1998, at Coolidge Baptist Church,where he was a member and a deacon. The Rev. Mike Keown will officiate with the Rev. Lee Powell assisting. Interment is at Big Ocholcknee in Thomas County. Mr. Baker died Tuesday, Oct. 20, 1998, at Colquitt Regional Medical Center. Dale Aldridge, Bobby Howell, Stacy Suber, Mitchell Suber, Aaron West and Tommy Barrow will serve as pallbearers. He was born March 25, 1929, in Thomas County, a sone of Mr. and Mrs. L.G. Baker, both of whom preceded him in death. He retired from the Georgia State Department of Agriculture and was a member of Thomas County Volunteer Fire Department. Survivors include his wife, Rosa Lee Baker; sons, Jimmy R. Barber, Coolidge, Sammy Watson, Thomasville, Tommy Baker, Coolidge; sisters, Wynette B. Suber, Coolidge, Virginia B. Styles, Sumter, S.C.; eight grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. today, Oct. 21, 1998, at Harrell-Faircloth Funeral Home.
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Samuel JOHNSON and Rosamond --?--




Husband Samuel JOHNSON

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Wife Rosamond --?--

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1 F Mary D. JOHNSON

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       Spouse: John Otey PROSSER
         Marr: 18 March 1832 - Baldwin County, Georgia



General Notes: Husband - Samuel JOHNSON

JOHNSON, SAMUEL 12/23/1850 - 5/2/1853 Wife: Rosamond Children: Eliza Prosser, Mary Prosser, Sarah Wicker Others mentioned: Mary Prosser's child & 1st husband, not named; James P. Luosett; William W. Stembridge; Thomas W. Simpson. (BALDWIN COUNTY GA Will Book B 1829-1854 File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Jane Benson whnok13@hiwaay.net LDS #415161 Wills 1806-1936; http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/wills/willbkb.txt)
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CLARKE and Rosannah --?--




Husband CLARKE 334

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Wife Rosannah --?-- 334

         Born: Cir 1740
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Children
1 F Anne CLARKE 334

         Born: Cir 1760
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       Spouse: John O'DANIEL 122
         Marr: Bef 1778
       Spouse: Absalom WROE 334
         Marr: Abt 1781


2 F Rose CLARKE 334

         Born: Cir 1765
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General Notes: Wife - Rosannah --?--

"Abstract Fairfax County Will Book E
pp. 180-181 In the name of God Amen. Rose CLARK of Fairfax County and Colony of Virginia being sick and weake [sic] in body but of good and sound memory .. do make this my last will and Testament .. Imprimise I commit my soul into the hands of my bessed Saviour .. and as for my body I commit it to the ground from whence it was taken to be decently buried in a Christieon [sic] like manner .. such worldly goods I divide and dispose of the same in form following. Item I give and bequeath unto my well beloved daughter Ann ROE a negro woman Jane and her futer [sic] increase and negro Nann and her increase negro Sharlot and her increase during her natural life and after her decease to be equally divided amongst her children except my grandson Samuel ROE. Item I gave and bequeath to my grandson Samuel ROE a sertain [sic] negro buoy [sic] known by name of Jery [sic] now in the possession of my daughter Ann ROE at her death or when she shall see fitt [sic] to give the negr [sic] Jery [sic] into the possession of said Samuel ROE. Item I gave and bequeath to my well beloved daughter Rose CLARKE one cow and calf bead and firneture [sic] and my puter [sic, pewter?]. Item and lastly I appoint and order that my son in law Abslom ROE and my daughter Ann ROE wife of the said Absalom ROE the hole and sole Executors of this my last will and Testament in confirmation whereof I have set my hand and affixt [sic] my seal this 13 day of December Anno Dom 1784.
Presence Jeremiah WILLIAMS Rose (mark) CLARKE
Jane Athy (mark) COCKERELL
Marget (mark) LYLES
At Court held 18th December 1786 This will was presented was proved by the oath of Jeremiah WILLIAMS and Jane Behethland COCKERELL and admitted to record."
[provided by Spencer Hunt, email, 1/06/2008]
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GIBSON and Rose --?--




Husband GIBSON 1750

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Wife Rose --?-- 1750

         Born: Abt 1840 - Virginia 1750
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1 F Annette M. GIBSON 364

         Born: February 1872 - Virginia 1751
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         Marr: Abt 1888



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Paul BAKER and Rose --?--




Husband Paul BAKER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Luther BAKER
       Mother: Cheryl Patricia McCORD (1946-2011)


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

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1 M Christopher Brandon BAKER (details suppressed for this person)

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Michael MOBLEY and Rose Ann --?--




Husband Michael MOBLEY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Cpl. Herbert Daniel MOBLEY, USA (1927-2012)
       Mother: Betty Rose STEPHENS


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

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Joseph Garrett FOOTE, Sr., USA, Vietnam and Rosemary --?--




Husband Joseph Garrett FOOTE, Sr., USA, Vietnam 1753

         Born: 14 March 1944 - Texas 1753
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       Buried:  - Houston National Cemetery


       Father: Stephen Alexander FOOTE, Jr. (1907-1990) 1753,1754
       Mother: Lucy Dell GARRETT (1912-1981) 1753


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

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1 M Joseph Garrett FOOTE II (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Joseph Garrett FOOTE, Sr., USA, Vietnam

Obituary
Joseph Garrett FOOTE
Joseph Garrett FOOTE, 64, passed away July 2, 2008 at the Houston Hospice in the arms of his family, after a lifetime of caring for others.
Joe G. as he was known, loved the blues, the Gulf Coast and was so proud of his Texas heritage. He graduated from St. Thomas High School and Texas State University. He was a social worker at the Austin State Hospital for many years. Joe served this country valiantly in Vietnam with the 101st Airborne. His gentle spirit will guide his best friend and wife of thirty-one years Rosemary; and beloved son Joseph II; stepsons Robert KENT and Curtis SCHMIDT; and grandchild Beth VANATTA. Also survivng are his sisters Lurline McKINSTRY, Lillian TIGARD and Mary Jo ENDLICH and many nieces, nephews, cousins and all his in-laws and outlaw friends that he so cherished. Joe was pre-deceased by his parents Lucy Dell GARRETT and Dr. Stephen Alexander FOOTE Jr., brothers Steve, Jackie and Billy; and stepdaughter Dawn KENT. He was a wonderful brother, friend and great dad.
According to his wishes no services are planned. Family will gather for interment in the National Cemetery at a future date.
All memorials in Joe's name made to the Houston Hospice, World Wildlife Federation or other charities sent to P. O. Box 2155, Galveston, TX., 77553-2155 will be gratefully acknowledged. Published July 11, 2008
[http://galvestondailynews.com/story.lasso?ewcd=a2e154ff3e0f8872]

A second obituary is posted on Find A Grave Memorial# 38676679:
"Joseph (Joe G.) Garrett Foote, born 3-14-44, a fourth generation Texan, lost his long battle with the dragon, Hepatitis C, on July 2, 2008, at the Houston Hospice.
He was a devoted social worker at the Austin State Hospital and Bluebonnet Mental Health for over 20 years and was an inspiration to all who knew him due to his gentle spirit and acceptance of everyone as a unique, special individual.
He is truly irreplaceable and the lives of his wife and friend of 31 years, Rosemary, his beloved son Joseph Foote II and wife Sara, step-sons Robert Kent and Curtis Schmidt and grandchild, Beth, will never be whole again. Joe requested no services and his family will gather at a future date for interment in the National Cemetery in Houston, where he will join many other Vietnam veterans who have lost their lives to this 'quiet' killer.
Published in the Austin American-Statesman on 7/20/2008
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Harry GRAVETT and Rosemary --?--




Husband Harry GRAVETT (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: SSgt Paul Alfred GRAVETT, USA, Korea, Vietnam (1928-1972)
       Mother: Katie Lucille HOLLOWAY (1931-2004)


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1 M Paul GRAVETT (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Ryan GRAVETT (details suppressed for this person)

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David Ruskin NORMAN and Rosie --?--




Husband David Ruskin NORMAN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: James Clyde NORMAN
       Mother: Alice Durfee HOWE


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

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1 M James NORMAN (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Caleb NORMAN (details suppressed for this person)

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George M. STEFFNER and Roxie M. --?--




Husband George M. STEFFNER

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Wife Roxie M. --?--

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1 F Martha STEFFNER

         Born: 28 January 1904 - Virginia
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       Buried: 10 December 1985 - West View Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia
       Spouse: Lawrence Douglas COOK, Sr., USA, WWI



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Ronald HALL and Ruby --?--




Husband Ronald HALL (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Brenda HALL 1755

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Sgt Robert Pirkle LASSITER, USAF and Ruby --?--




Husband Sgt Robert Pirkle LASSITER, USAF

         Born: 3 July 1935
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       Buried:  - Mount Calvary Baptist Church Cemetery, Bleckley County, Georgia


       Father: Robert Philip LASSITER (1915-2003)
       Mother: Sallie Mae DANIELS (1914-2004) 495


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1 M Jeff LASSITER (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Mike LASSITER (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Sgt Robert Pirkle LASSITER, USAF

Robert P. Lassiter, born 1936, died 6 Apr 1989 in Bibb County, Georgia at age 53. He was a resident of Bleckley County, Georgia. ["Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V4SY-NMC : accessed 13 July 2012), Robert P Lassiter, 1989.]

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James Nathan BILDERBACK and Ruth --?--




Husband James Nathan BILDERBACK (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: John Nathan BILDERBACK (1904-1989)
       Mother: Virginia Mae WEIGAND (1918-2007)


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       Father: Donald VINCENT
       Mother: Geneva ENGLAND




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1 F Trilla BILDERBACK (details suppressed for this person)

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Jessie W. DENNEY and Ruth --?--




Husband Jessie W. DENNEY 870,1084

         Born: 1 February 1909 - Meriwether County, Georgia 870
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       Buried:  - Emmaus Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia 408


       Father: W. Haywood DENNEY (1882-1958) 756
       Mother: Willie DANIEL (1886-1975) 870,1756


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Wife Ruth --?-- 408

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General Notes: Husband - Jessie W. DENNEY

Cemetery Index: 00100-06 "Denney," J. W. "Feb. 1, 1909" " May 9, 1965" B 002 (00100-06: Hogansville ... charted as part of an Eagle Scout project, supervised by Marcia Gorman (1993); http://www.trouparchives.org/cgi-local/cemdb.cgi)

"JESSIE DENNEY 01 Feb 1909 May 1965 (not specified) (none specified) 254-01-8229 Georgia" (SSDI)


General Notes: Wife - Ruth --?--

"RUTH DENNEY 04 Nov 1933 Jun 1980 30217 (Franklin, Heard, GA ) (none specified) 258-50-8130 Georgia"

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Thomas Halbert ERB, Jr. and Ruth --?--




Husband Thomas Halbert ERB, Jr. 1757

         Born: 1918 - Georgia 1757
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Thomas Halbert ERB (1886-Abt 1944) 1757,1758
       Mother: Florrie D. ELDER (1885-      ) 1757,1759


     Marriage: 



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

         Born: 
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Children

General Notes: Husband - Thomas Halbert ERB, Jr.

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K75N-25L : accessed 01 Jun 2014), Tom H Erb, Ward 4, Atlanta, Atlanta City, Fulton, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 160-155, sheet 5A, family 89, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 730.
Tom H. Erb Head M 21 Georgia Messenger Steam railroad
Ruth Erb Wife F 19 Georgia
On 1 April 1935, Tom lived in the same house; Ruth lived in the same place, Atlanta[?].
Tom and Ruth reside in the same house as his parents at 315 Holderson S.W.
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SKIDMORE and Ruth --?--




Husband SKIDMORE (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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     Marriage: 



Wife Ruth --?-- 1760

         Born: Cir 1762
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: George DAWSON 1760 - Abt 1782 - North Carolina 1760


Children
1 M Samuel SKIDMORE 1761

         Born: Cir 1780
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




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George DAWSON and Ruth --?--




Husband George DAWSON 1760

         Born: Cir 1760 - Lincoln County, England 1761
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John DAWSON (Cir 1635-      ) 1761
       Mother: 


     Marriage: Abt 1782 - North Carolina 1760



Wife Ruth --?-- 1760

         Born: Cir 1762
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: SKIDMORE


Children
1 M General Thomas DAWSON, War of 1812 1762

         Born: 25 January 1784 - Greene County, Georgia 1762
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 February 1846 - Greene County, Georgia 1762
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Susannah H. ROGERS 1762
         Marr: 1 December 1803 1762



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Capt. Robert BRIGGS and Ruth --?--




Husband Capt. Robert BRIGGS 47

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


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


     Marriage: 



Wife Ruth --?-- 47

         Born: 
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       Buried: 


Children

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Wilbert David BURNEY, Jr., USA, WWII and Ruth --?--




Husband Wilbert David BURNEY, Jr., USA, WWII 489

         Born: 8 June 1913 - Thomas County, Georgia 489
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 January 1990 - Volusia County, Florida
       Buried:  - Brickyard Cemetery, Nassau County, Florida


       Father: Wilbert Saul Bennett BURNEY (1887-1937) 489
       Mother: Daisy C. DANIELL (1894-1920) 489,815


     Marriage: 



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

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Wilbert David BURNEY, Jr., USA, WWII

Wilbert David BURNEY is a son of Wilbert Sauls BURNEY and Daisy C. DANIELL. He married Ruth.

Wilbert D Burney
Titles and Terms:
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1940
"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KWLX-TZC : accessed 08 Jan 2014), Wilbert D Burney, Scioto Township, [Federal Reformatory] Ross, Ohio, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 71-39, sheet 9B, family , NARA digital publication of T627, roll 3138.
Burney Wilbert D. 17428 M W 26 S Georgia Male White 26 Single Jacksonville, [Duval County] Florida Inst.

Wilbert D. Burney, born 1913 in Georgia, enlisted as a private, field artillery, in the U.S. Army at Ft Bragg, North Carolina on 29 November 1941 for the Panama Canal Department. He had a grammar school education and was semiskilled mechanics and repairmen, motor vehicles. He was single without dependants. His serial number was 34055651. ["United States World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K8T2-NPC : accessed 08 Jan 2014), Wilbert D Burney, 29 Nov 1941.]

Wilbert D. Burney, born 8 June 1913, died in January 1990 at age 77. His last residence was in Volusia County, Florida 32738
Social Security Number 264-16-5333 was issued in Florida. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V9S9-236 : accessed 08 Jan 2014), Wilbert D Burney, January 1990; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]

Obituary: Tuesday, January 30, 1990
WILBERT DAVID BURNEY, 76, Elkcam Boulevard, Deltona, died Sunday. Born in Pavo, Ga., he moved to Deltona from Gainesville in 1989. He was a retired self-employed auto mechanic and an Army veteran of World War II. He was a member of Ephesus Baptist Church, Kings Ferry. Survivors: wife, Ruth, St. Augustine; sister, Wilma Scarbrough, Deltona; stepmother, Mary Daniell, Deltona. Baldauff Funeral Home, Deltona.

Wilbert is buried in Plot: S2, #15, Brickyard Cemetery, Nassau County, Florida, beside his father. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 55463609:

WILBERT D.
BURNEY
US ARMY
WORLD WAR II
JUN 8 1913
JAN 28 1990
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Donald Howard ALSTON and Ruth --?--




Husband Donald Howard ALSTON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Father: Captain Augustus Howard ALSTON, Jr., USN, WWII (1907-1943)
       Mother: Elma Epps WATKINS (Cir 1915-      )


     Marriage: 



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

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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TEC3 Philip Pendleton HALBERT, USA, WWII and Ruth --?--




Husband TEC3 Philip Pendleton HALBERT, USA, WWII 1763

         Born: 5 November 1908 - Minnesota 1763
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 January 1989 - Hennepin County, Minnesota
       Buried:  - Ft. Snelling National Cemetery, Hennepin County, Minnesota


       Father: George Truitt HALBERT (1864-1943) 1483
       Mother: Charlotte NICHOL (Abt 1873-      ) 1763


     Marriage: After 1948

 Other Spouse: Stella Marie HAKE - 1931 (Divorced in 1948)



Wife Ruth --?--

         Born: 24 March 1917 - Minnesota
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 April 2002 - Hennepin County, Minnesota
       Buried:  - Ft. Snelling National Cemetery, Hennepin County, Minnesota


Children

General Notes: Husband - TEC3 Philip Pendleton HALBERT, USA, WWII

Phillip P. Halbert married Stella Marie Hake in 1931.

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KSVB-FMJ : accessed 09 Nov 2013), Philip Halbert, Ward 4, Minneapolis, Minneapolis City, Hennepin, Minnesota, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 89-98, sheet 8B, family 194, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 1978.
Philip Halbert Head M 31 Minnesota Salesman Retail motor parts
Stella Halbert Wife F 30 Minnesota Stenographer Mfg. linoleum
On 1 April 1935, Phillip and Stella resided in the same place.

Phillip P. Halbert enlisted in the U.S. Army on 18 April 1942 at Fort Snelling, Minnesota. He was born in 1908 in Minnesota. He had 4 years of high school, was married, and worked as a machinist. He was a Technician 4th Grade in the Ordnance Department. Serial Number 17072751. ["United States World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K85N-T7L : accessed 07 Nov 2013), Philip P Halbert, 18 Apr 1942.]

Phillip and Stella divorced in 1948. He married second Ruth S.

Philip and Ruth Halbert resided in Minneapolis, Minnesota. ["United States Public Records Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KBT4-DBF : accessed 10 Nov 2013), Philip P Halbert, 01 Sep 1988.]

Philip Pendleton Halbert born 5 Nov 1908 in Minnesota, died 23 January 1989 in Hennepin County, Minnesota. His mother's maiden name was Nichol. ["Minnesota, Death Index, 1908-2002," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V47H-VKP : accessed 09 Nov 2013), Philip Pendleton Halbert, 1989.]

Phillip P. Halbert is buried in Plot: V, 0, 2602, Fort Snelling National Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota. A picture of his side of the headstone, shared with his wife, Ruth S., is on Find A Grave Memorial# 738804:

PHILIP P HALBERT,
TEC 3
US ARMY
WORLD WAR II
NOV 5 1908
JAN 23 1989


General Notes: Wife - Ruth --?--

Ruth S. Halbert born 24 March 1917 in Minnesota died 11 April 2002 in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota. Her mother's maiden name was Moen. ["Minnesota, Death Index, 1908-2002," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V4Z6-G29 : accessed 09 Nov 2013), Ruth S Halbert, 2002.]

Ruth S. Halbert, born 24 March 1917, died 11 April 2002 at age 85. Her last place of residence was in Hennepin County, Minnesota 55359. Social Security Number 468-07-1212 issued in Minnesota. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J1GY-SQQ : accessed 10 Nov 2013), Ruth S Halbert, 11 April 2002; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]

Ruth S. Halbert is buried in Section V Site 2602, Fort Snelling National Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota. A picture of her side of the headstone, shared with her husband, Phillip P. Halbert, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 66098700:

V 2602

RUTH S
HIS WIFE
MAR 24 1917
APR 11 2002
LOVING WIFE
AND MOM.

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Dwight R. McCLUNEY and Ruth --?--




Husband Dwight R. McCLUNEY 165

         Born: Abt 1893 - Texas 166
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Samuel D. McCLUNEY (Abt 1867-      ) 165
       Mother: Anna L. --?-- (1874-      ) 165


     Marriage: Abt 1928



Wife Ruth --?-- 166

         Born: Abt 1896 - Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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Children

General Notes: Husband - Dwight R. McCLUNEY

1930 U.S. Census, Texas, Wise County; Series: T626 Roll: 2406 Page: 164: 101 101 McCLUNEY, Dwight Head M W 37 M TX AL TX General farming; -- Ruth Wife FW 34 M TX TX TX; ABSHER(?) Neel Nephew M W ^ TX TX TX. Next door is Dwight's father, Sam D. McCLUNEY, 63, and wife Annie, 56, and Dwight's brother Hugh, 25.
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Oscar L. BARNETT and Ruth B. --?--




Husband Oscar L. BARNETT 1764

         Born: November 1886 - Virginia 1764
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Sidney J. BARNETT (1857-      ) 1764
       Mother: Catherine MIX (1860-      ) 1764,1765


     Marriage: Abt 1919 - Virginia



Wife Ruth B. --?-- 1766

         Born: Abt 1892 - Virginia 1766
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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Children
1 M Oscar G. BARNETT (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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General Notes: Husband - Oscar L. BARNETT

1910 U. S. Census, Virginia, Alemarle County, Scottsville; Series: T624 Roll: 1620 Page: 54: Warren Road -- 163 166 BARNETT Oscar L. Head M W 23 M1 1 VA VA VA Farmer General farm; -- Ruth B. Wife F W 17 M1 1 1 1 VA VA VA; -- Oscar G. Son M W 1/12 S VA VA VA.

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Irwin Whitacker WILSON, Jr. and Ruth T. --?--




Husband Irwin Whitacker WILSON, Jr. 1767

         Born: Abt 1897 - Fulton County, Georgia 1767
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Irvin Whitacker WILSON (1863-1939) 1768
       Mother: Lena Estelle WHITFIELD (1871-1917) 1767


     Marriage: Abt 1919



Wife Ruth T. --?-- 1769

         Born: 1898 - Georgia 1769
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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Children

General Notes: Husband - Irwin Whitacker WILSON, Jr.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Ward 4, Atlanta; Series: T625 Roll: 250 Page: 237:
Durant Place 15 30 311 WILSON Irwin W. Jr. Head M W 23 M GA GA MA[?] Bookkeeper Cotton Ins. Co.;
-- Ruth T. Wife F W 21 M GA GA GA Stenographer Automobile Mfg. Co.; and the family of Vance BRIGMAN, 34, GA, boarders.

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KOESTER and S. W. --?--




Husband KOESTER

         Born:  - Germany
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1880 1770
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1862



Wife S. W. --?-- 1770

         Born: Abt 1839 - New Jersey 1770
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         Died: 
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Children
1 F Anna E. KOESTER 1770

         Born: Abt 1862 - Pennsylvania 1770
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         Died: 
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2 F Ella M. KOESTER 1770

         Born: Abt 1864 - Pennsylvania 1770
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M George R. KOESTER 972,973

         Born: August 1871 - Pennsylvania 972
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elenora Price BROUNE 972,973,974
         Marr: Abt 1892



General Notes: Wife - S. W. --?--

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, Charleston; Series: T9 Roll: 1222 Page: 344: Warren 21 12 24 KOESTER S. W. W F 40 Wd Sempstress (sic) NJ PA NJ; -- Anna E. W F 17 Dau At home PA Germany NJ; -- Ella M. W F 15 Dau At school PA Germany NJ; -- Geo. R. W M 10 Son At school PA Germany NJ; GATEHALL Jane W F 53 Lodger WD Sempstress (sic) NY NJ NJ.
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Jefferson N. KELLER and Sallie --?--




Husband Jefferson N. KELLER 1771

         Born: 1846 - South Carolina 1771
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1882



Wife Sallie --?-- 1771

         Born: 1851 - South Carolina 1771
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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Children
1 M George T. KELLER 65,1772

         Born: Abt 1882 - South Carolina 1772
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mabel SALLEY 25,1772,1773



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Samuel M. CUMMING and Sallie --?--




Husband Samuel M. CUMMING 1774

         Born: Abt 1848 - Alabama 1774
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1920 1775
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1885



Wife Sallie --?-- 1774

         Born: Abt 1853 - Alabama 1774
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Mary Charlotte CUMMING 1776

         Born: 21 July 1877 - Alabama 1776
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 April 1972
       Buried:  - Camden Cemetery, Wilcox County, Alabama
       Spouse: Clive Eskel REID 710
         Marr: 15 December 1903 - Covington County, Alabama
       Spouse: Robert Benjamin BURNS (living)



General Notes: Husband - Samuel M. CUMMING

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, St. Clair County, Branchville; Series: T624 Roll: 32 Page: 39:
38 39 CUMMIN Samuel M. Head M W 62 M1 37 AL MD AL Farmer Rented;
-- Salli F Wife F W 57 M1 37 10 5 AL TN NC;
-- Alma J. Dau F W 25 S AL AL AL;
-- Sada Dau F W 17 S AL AL AL.

Samuel died before 1920 when Sallie is a widowed head of household in Branchville, St. Clair County, Alabama.


General Notes: Wife - Sallie --?--

1920 U. S. Census, Alabama, St. Clair County, Branchville; Series: T625 Roll: 39 Page: 77:
20 20 CUMMING Sallie Head F W 67 Wd AL TN NC None;
-- Sada Dau F W 27 S AL AL AL;
REID Mrs. Lottie Dau F W 39 WD AL AL AL Post mistresss Odenville;
-- Evalyn GrDau F W 14 S AL AL AL.
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James CRAIG and Sallie --?--




Husband James CRAIG

         Born: Abt 1768 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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     Marriage: 



Wife Sallie --?--

         Born: Abt 1780 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Adalia D. CRAIG

         Born: 30 August 1823 - Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 March 1880
       Buried:  - Lexington Cemetery, Fayette County, Kentucky
       Spouse: Dr. Alfred HURST
         Marr: November 1840 - Woodford County, Kentucky



General Notes: Husband - James CRAIG

1850 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Woodford County, District 2; Series: M432 Roll: 222 Page: 496:
526 549 James CRAIG 82 M Farmer 14,000 VA;
Sallie " 70 F VA.
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Benjamin BLACK and Sallie --?--




Husband Benjamin BLACK

         Born: Cir 1858 - Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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     Marriage: 



Wife Sallie --?--

         Born: Cir 1860 - Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Alma Irene BLACK 1777

         Born: 23 July 1883 - Texas 1777
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 December 1944 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried: 10 December 1944 - Dew Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas
       Spouse: Elmer DANIEL 1416
         Marr: 20 August 1904 - Freestone County, Texas



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Thomas G. LEATHERMAN and Sallie --?--




Husband Thomas G. LEATHERMAN 1778

         Born: January 1869 - Milam County, Texas 1779
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Father: Francis Marion LEATHERMAN (1836-1881) 1778
       Mother: Elizabeth C. HALBERT (1838-      ) 441,1778


     Marriage: Abt 1894



Wife Sallie --?-- 1779

         Born: March 1875 - Texas 1779
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         Died: 
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Children
1 M Frank LEATHERMAN 1779

         Born: January 1897 - Texas 1779
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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2 M Samuel LEATHERMAN 1779

         Born: January 1898 - Texas 1779
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 15 April 1910 1780
       Buried: 



3 M LEATHERMAN

         Born: February 1900 - Texas 1779
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 15 April 1910 1780
       Buried: 



4 M Robert LEATHERMAN 1780

         Born: Abt 1902 - Texas 1780
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M Glover LEATHERMAN 1780

         Born: Abt 1904 - Texas 1780
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 M LEATHERMAN

         Born: Abt 1906 - Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 15 April 1910 1780
       Buried: 



7 F Audie LEATHERMAN 1781

         Born: 1910 - Sterling County, Texas 1781
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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8 M Joe G. LEATHERMAN 1781

         Born: November 1915 - Sterling County, Texas 1781
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Thomas G. LEATHERMAN

1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Madison County, 1 J-Pct; Series: T623 Roll: 1658 Page: 25:
265 265 LEATHERMAN Thomas G. Head W M Jan 1869 31 M 6 TX LA TX Farmer; -- Sallie Wife W F Mar 1875 25 M 6 3 3 TX MS MS; -- Frank Son W M Jan 1897 3 S TX TX TX; -- Samuel Son W M Jan 1898 2 S TX TX TX; -- (Illegible) Son W M Feb 1900 3/12 S TX TX TX.
Next door is Thomas' brother.
Page 26: 266 266 LEATHERMAN Charles Head W M July 1875 24 M 1 TX -- -- Farmer; -- Ollie Wife W F Feb 1883 17 M 1 0 0 TX MS MS.

1910 U.S. Census, Texas, Sterling County, 3 J-Pct; Series: T624 Roll: 1589 Page: 296: 38 38 LEATHERMAN T. G. Head M W 41 M1 14 TX TX TX Laborer Railroad; -- Sallie Wife F W 34 M1 14 6 3 TX AL AL; -- Frank Son M W 13 S TX TX TX; -- Robert Son M W 8 S TX TX TX; -- Glover Son M W 6 S TX TX TX.

1920 U.S. Census, Texas, Sterling County, 1 J-Pct; Series: T625 Roll: 1842 Page: 222: Fm 82 83 LEATHERMAN Thomas G. Head M W 49 M TX TX TX Farmer Stock farm; -- Sallie A. Wife F W 44 M TX MS MS MS; -- Frank Son M W 22 S TX TX TX Laborer Oil field; -- Robert Son M W 17 S TX TX TX Laborer Oil field; -- Glover Son M W 16 S TX TX TX Laborer Oil field; -- Audie Dau F W 9 S TX TX TX; -- Joe G. Son M W 41/12 S TX TX TX.
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Edward M. STANHOPE and Sallie B. --?--




Husband Edward M. STANHOPE 1782,1783

          AKA: Ned STANHOPE 1784
         Born: February 1867 - Washington County, Maryland 1782
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Lewis Gunnell STANHOPE (Abt 1818-1898) 1785
       Mother: Elizabeth NEWCOMER (1828-      )


     Marriage: 



Wife Sallie B. --?-- 1782

         Born: September 1873 - Maryland 1782
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Edward M. STANHOPE

1900 U.S. Census, Maryland, Washington County, Antietam; Series: T623 Roll: 628 Page: 52: 64 68 STANHOPE Edward M. Head W M Feb 1867 33 M 3 MD VA MD Machinist; -- Sallie B. Wife W F Sept 1873 26 M 3 0 0 MD MD MD.
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Robert MOULTHROP and Sallie C. --?--




Husband Robert MOULTHROP

         Born: March 1837 - Connecticut
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1885

 Other Spouse: Sarah DANIEL



Wife Sallie C. --?--

         Born: March 1854 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Albert C. MOULTHROP (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Robert MOULTHROP


"Robert H. Moulthrop, son of Robert and Sarah (Daniel) born across the river in Quitman, Georgia, while the Moulthrop home was being built on the bluff (now Riverside Drive) in Eufaula, on April 29, 1865, the day that General Grierson's Federal Army passed through Eufaula camping on the Georgia side of the Chattahoochee river."
"Robert Moulthrop married first Sarah Daniel, one of the most beautiful women in this section, who was the daughter of James Daniel, a distinguished citizen of Macon, Georgia. To them was born Robert H.(Moulthrop). Following his father, in Masonic interests, he early joined Harmony Lodge F. A. A. M. and was the youngest man in the state to become a Knights Templar and Shriner." [History of Barbour County, Alabama, p. 450-452.]

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, Wd-2 Eufaula; Series: M593 Roll: 2 Page: 313: 133 150 MOULTHROP Robert 33 M W Brick manufacturer 3,500 200 CT; -- Sarah 30 F W Keeping house GA; MOULTHROP Robert H. 5 M W GA; WOODWARD Virginia 26 F W At home GA.
Next door: 134 151 ROBERTS Sarah 40 F W 500 100 GA; -- Maggie E 21 F W Dressmaker AL; -- Mary E 18 F W At home AL; DANIEL Saml C. 37 M W Merchant Retail 3000 200 GA; -- Laura L. 26 F W Keeping house AL; -- James L. 11 M W At school AL; -- Lizzie 7 F W At school AL; -- Samuel 5 M W AL; -- Mary 2 F W AL.
QUESTION: Is Robert's wife, Sarah DANIEL, the sister of Samuel C. DANIEL who is living next door to her brother? If so, it would be Sarah's second marriage. Samuel's sister was married before 1859 to Edward M. WALKER. They are in Covington County Alabama in the 1860 census with a one year old daughter, Katie C. Neither Edward, Sarah, nor Katie have been located in the 1870 census.

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama Barbour County, Eufaula; Series: T9 Roll: 2 Page: 51:
386 428 MOULTHROP Robert W M 43 M Brick maker CT CT CT;
-- Sarah W F 39 Wife M Keeping house GA GA GA;
-- Robert W M 15 Son S Brick maker GA CT GA;
WOOD____ Virginia W F 37 Sister S Boarder GA GA GA.

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama Barbour County, Eufaula; Series: T623 Roll: 2 Page: 132:
Van Buren St --- 248 251 MOULTHROP R. W M Mch 1847 [1837? Bad math?] 63 M 15 CT CT CT Brick mfgr;
-- S. C. Wife W F Mch 1854 46 M 15 1 1 AL RI SC;
-- Albert C. Son W M Oct 1885 14 S AL CT AL.


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

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, Ward 1, Eufaula; Series: T624 Roll: 1 Page: 100:
Line 22 MOULTHROP Sallie C. Boarder F W 55 Wd - 4 2 AL AL AL None;
-- Albert C. Son M W 25 S AL AL AL Cotton Buyer.
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Robert P. RAIFORD and Sallie F. --?--




Husband Robert P. RAIFORD 1786

         Born: Abt 1845 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Daniel RAIFORD (Abt 1798-After 1880) 1786,1787
       Mother: Elizabeth LARK (Abt 1804-Bef 1880) 1786


     Marriage: 



Wife Sallie F. --?-- 1788

         Born: Abt 1848 - Mississippi 1788
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Robert P. RAIFORD

1870 Census, Mississippi, Marshall County, Range 4, 30 Aug 1870 Series: M593 Roll: 740 Page: 673: 446 446 RAIFORD, William 73 M W Farmer 1280 449 SC; Elizabeth 66 F W Keeping House SC; R. P. 25 M W --- 439 AL; Sallie F. 22 F W MS. (Note: Sallie F. appears to be the wife of Robert P. Raiford. William and Elizabeth did not have a daughter younger than Robert listed in the 1860 census.)

1880 Census, Mississippi, Marshall County, Byhalia; Series: T9 Roll: 657 Page: 631: 108 112 RAIFORD R. P. W M 34 M Farmer AL SC SC; -- S. F. W F 33 Wife M Keeping house MS -- --; HOWELL M--ney W M 6 Adopted S MS -- --; -- Peter W M 20 Adopted S Works on farm MS -- --; CORNELIUS Martha W F 19 Boarder S AL -- --. (Note: HOWELL, as I read it, is indexed as HANNAH at Heritage Quest. M--ney is simply "M." in that index. RLD)

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Dr. James P. COOKE and Sallie P. --?--




Husband Dr. James P. COOKE 1789

         Born: Abt 1822 - Mississippi 1789
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     Marriage: Cir 1878



Wife Sallie P. --?-- 1789

         Born: Abt 1857 - South Carolina 1789
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General Notes: Husband - Dr. James P. COOKE

Dr. James P. COOKE (COOK?) or his wife Sallie P. (PERRYMAN?) is cousin to Viola PERRYMAN, in household, in 1880. Viola is the daughter of Alexander Doniphan PERRYMAN and Martha A. MARSH, grand daughter of Capt Bryant MARSH and Martha DANIEL of Edgefield County, South Carolina.

1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Liberty County, Liberty P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1596 Page: 90:
30 26 COOK, James P. 34 M W Physician 750 300 Maryland;
-- Lucretia 24 F W Housekeeping 500 250 AL.

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Liberty County, NW-Pct; Series: T9 Roll: 1317 Page: 259: 125 125 COOKE James P. W M 43 M Physician MS MS MS; -- Sallie P. W F 22 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; PERRYMAN Viola W F 26 Cousin S At home AL SC SC.
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Dr. James P. COOK and Sallie P. --?--




Husband Dr. James P. COOK

         Born: Abt 1835 - Mississippi
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     Marriage: Cir 1878

 Other Spouse: Lucretia --?-- - Bef 1870



Wife Sallie P. --?--

         Born: Abt 1857 - South Carolina
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General Notes: Husband - Dr. James P. COOK

1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Liberty County, Pcts 1 & ?, Liberty P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1596 Page: 90: 30 26 COOK James P. 34 M W Physician 750 300 Maryland;
-- Lucretia 24 F W House keeping 500 250 AL.
Dr. Samuel H. RIVERS, 51, of South Carolina lives five doors away.

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Liberty County, NW-Pct; Series: T9 Roll: 1317 Page: 259: 125 125 COOKE James P. W M 43 M Physician MS MS MS; -- Sallie P. W F 22 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; PERRYMAN Viola W F 26 Cousin S At home AL SC SC.
Viola's mother, Martha A. PERRYMAN, 69, also lives in Liberty County, in the home of Mary RICHARDSON, 48, widowed. Martha is listed as a boarder, no family relationship established. Also in Mary's household are her son, Joseph R., 8, and her brother, Robert W., 32. Mary and Robert were born in Ireland. Joseph in South Carolina.

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James C. TOTTEN and Sallie W. --?--




Husband James C. TOTTEN 1790

         Born: April 1857 - Mississippi 1790
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     Marriage: Abt 1894



Wife Sallie W. --?-- 1790

         Born: December 1867 - Mississippi 1790
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1 F Margaret TOTTEN 1791

         Born: 9 September 1898 - Marshall County, Mississippi 43,1791
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         Died: October 1976 - Marshall County, Mississippi 43
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       Spouse: Marshall Heath LOFTIN 1791
         Marr: Abt 1918



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James W. ADAMS and Sally H. --?--




Husband James W. ADAMS 795

         Born: Abt 1812 - South Carolina 795
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Wife Sally H. --?-- 795

         Born: Abt 1812 - South Carolina 795
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1 M Preston ADAMS 795

         Born: Abt 1835 - South Carolina 795
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2 M Gordon ADAMS 795

         Born: Abt 1837 - South Carolina 795
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3 F SylviaG. ADAMS 795

         Born: Abt 1841 - South Carolina 795
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4 F Mary H. ADAMS

         Born: Cir 1842 - South Carolina
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       Spouse: Julius G. HUGUENIN
         Marr: 10 May 1860 - South Carolina


5 F Sally H. ADAMS 795

         Born: Abt 1843 - South Carolina 795
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6 M Joel ADAMS 795

         Born: Abt 1845 - South Carolina 795
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7 F Julia G. ADAMS 795

         Born: Abt 1846 - South Carolina 795
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8 F Amey G. ADAMS 795

         Born: Abt 1848 - South Carolina 795
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9 M James ADAMS 795

         Born: 1850 - South Carolina 795
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General Notes: Husband - James W. ADAMS

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia; Series: M432 Roll: 858 Page: 45: 64 64 James W. ADAMS 38 M Planter 36,000 SC;Sally H. 38 F SC; Preston 15 M SC; Gordon 13 M SC; Mary H. 11 F SC; Sylvia G. 9 F SC; Sally H. 7 F SC; Joel 5 M SC; Julia G. 4 F SC; Amey G 2 F SC; James 4/12 M SC.
Next door:
63 63 Sarah C. HALL 59 F SC.
Next door:
62 62 James H. ADAMS 38 M Planter 60.000 SC;
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62 62 Jane M. ADAMS 37 F SC;
Henry W. 17 M Student S.C. College SC;
John R. 16 M Student SC;
Mary G. 14 F SC;
Warren R. 12 M SC;
Jane 9 F SC;
Laura 6 F SC;
James H. 1 M SC.
Four doors away:
68 68 William HOPKINS 45 M Planter 44,770 SC;
Emma T. 42 F SC;
David 11 M SC;
James 10 M SC;
English 8 M SC;
Amey G. 5 F SC;
Benjamin F. 40 M Planter SC.



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William T. KEMP and Sally S. --?--




Husband William T. KEMP 1792

         Born: Abt 1820 - Virginia 1792
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     Marriage: Abt 1854

 Other Spouse: Sally H. WHITE 1792,1793 - Abt 1840



Wife Sally S. --?--

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1 M William W. KEMP

         Born: Abt 1856 - Kentucky
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2 F Lola B. KEMP

         Born: Abt 1859 - Kentucky
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General Notes: Husband - William T. KEMP

1850 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Cumberland County, Burksville; Series: M432 Roll: 197 Page: 279: 21 21 Wm. T. KEMP 30 M Brickmason VA; Sally H. KEMP 30 F KY; Tho. M. KEMP 8 M KY; John R. KEMP 6 M KY; Robert E. KEMP 2 M KY; J. J. KEMP 16 M Brickmason GA.

1860 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Hickman County, Clinton; Series: M653 Roll: 374 Page: 501: 435 415 W. T. KEMP 40 M Bricklayer 1000 200 VA; Sallie S. " 26 F KY; John R. " 16 M KY; Helen M. " 10 F KY; William W. " 4 F KY; Lulu B. " 1 F KY.

1870 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Ballard County, Lovelaceville; Series: M593 Roll: 445 Page: 450:
1313 KEMP Wm. T. 50 M W Brick mason VA, and family, minus John R. and 10 years older.

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Hickman County; Clinton; Series: T9 Roll: 420 Page: 158: 39 39 KEMP W. T. W M 60 Brickmason VA VA VA; -- Sallie W F 46 Wife M Keeps house KY NC AL; -- W. W. W M 24 Son S City Marshal KY VA VA; -- Lula B. W F 21 Dau S KY VA VA; -- Helen M. 29 Dau S Dress maker KY VA VA; WHITE W. W. W M 75 Father-in-law Wd Minister NC NC NC; WHITE R..T. W M 29 Brother-in-law S Farmer NC NC AL; HAYDUCKER F. W M 15 Servant S Servant KY KY KY.
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Guy Rezin FARR and Samarimus --?--




Husband Guy Rezin FARR 804

         Born: 17 January 1839 804
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         Died: After 1910
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       Father: Rezin Samuel FARR (1802-1887) 364,1348
       Mother: Elizabeth Ellandra BROADWATER (1814-1871) 364,1348


     Marriage: Abt 1858



Wife Samarimus --?-- 806

         Born: Abt 1832 - Ohio 804
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Children
1 M Arthur FARR 804

         Born: May 1870 - McLean County, Illinois 804,805
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       Spouse: Ethelyn Katherine --?-- 807
         Marr: Abt 1894



General Notes: Husband - Guy Rezin FARR

1870 U.S. Census, Illinois, McLean County, Lawndale Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 259 Page: 279: Series: M593 Roll: 259 Page: 476: 142 143 FARR Guy 30 M - Farmer --- 500 VA; -- Samancos(?) 28 F - K. house OH; -- Arthur 0/12 M - IL.
Guy's father, mother, and two brothers are also living in McLean County.

1880 U.S. Census, Illinois, McLean County, Yates; Series: T9 Roll: 231 Page: 611: 10 11 FARR Guy R. W M 41 M Farmer WV VA VA; -- Samarimus W F 38 M Keeping house OH OH OH; -- Arthur W M 10 S At school IL WV OH.

1910 U.S. Census, Missouri, Barton County, 1-Wd Lamar Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 767 Page: 256: 62 62 FARR Guy R. Head M W 71 M 41 WV VA VA Own income; -- Samarimus Wife F W 63 M 41 OH OH OH.
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William Franklin SHIRAH and Sandi --?--




Husband William Franklin SHIRAH (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: John Ralph SHIRAH, Sr. (1920-1989)
       Mother: Margaret Jennette DANIELL (1922-1994)


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

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Alan Bowen SIBLEY and Sandra --?--




Husband Alan Bowen SIBLEY 1794

         Born: 3 April 1930 - Laurens County, South Carolina
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         Died: 14 July 2009 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: Alan Bowen SIBLEY (1903-1990) 1794,1795
       Mother: Winston Elizabeth HALL (1907-1970)


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

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General Notes: Husband - Alan Bowen SIBLEY

Twin brother of Winston Hall SIBLEY.

Alan Bowen Sibley is buried in Memory Hill Cemetery, Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia. A picture of his gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 39496443:

ALAN BOWEN SIBLEY
BORN LAURENS, SC.
APRIL 3, 1930
DIED
JULY 14, 2009
SON OF
WINSTON ELIZABETH HALL
AND
ALAN BOWEN SIBLEY

The memorial presents this obituary:
Alan Bowen Sibley age 79 died Tuesday July 14, 2009. Services will be held at 11:00 AM Thursday at Convenant Presbyterian Church. Private burial will be in Memory Hill Cemetery.
Mr. Sibley was a native of Laurens, South Carolina but had made his home in Milledgeville since 1951. He was preceded in death by his parents Alan Bowen and Winston Hall Sibley.
He earned a degree in Agronomy from Clemson University. He served as Chairman of the Board of Century Bank for many years. He was a member of the Baldwin Farmers Club and served on the Board of Directors of the Baldwin County Farm Bureau. He was a former Trustee of Georgia Military College and was former Chairman of the Board of Lockerly Arboretum. He was an active member of the Convenant Presbyterian Church and was an avid golfer and Fisherman. Survivors include his wife Sandra G. Sibley of Milledgeville, stepdaughters Susan Lynn Bowen (Bo) and Lori Jean Pringle (Ben) both of Valdosta, his brother Winston H. Sibley (Dot) of Milledgeville and John Sibley of Clinton, South Carolina, 4 grandchildren; Brian, Eric, Lori Beth and Isabella, brother-in-law Mickey Gloss (Cecila) of Waycross, Sister-in-laws Susan Lee (Benny) of Tifton, Eslie Collins (Giles) and Carolyn Dean (Elton) all of Dublin, a number of nieces and nephews and several great nieces and nephews.

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Joseph Garrett FOOTE II and Sara --?--




Husband Joseph Garrett FOOTE II (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Joseph Garrett FOOTE, Sr., USA, Vietnam (1944-2008)
       Mother: Rosemary --?--


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

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Christopher WINSOR and Sara --?--




Husband Christopher WINSOR

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Wife Sara --?--

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1 M William WINSOR

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       Spouse: Jemima MOXLEY



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Elias BURGESS and Sarah --?--




Husband Elias BURGESS

         Born: 4 September 1762 - Prince George County, Maryland
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         Died: 4 September 1843 - Franklin County, Georgia
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       Father: William BURGESS (Abt 1736-      )
       Mother: Mary --?-- (Cir 1740-      )


     Marriage: 19 December 1785 - Pittsylvania County, Virginia



Wife Sarah --?--

         Born: 16 October 1761 - Prince George County, Maryland
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         Died: Bef 1850 - Franklin County, Georgia
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Children
1 M Samuel Josiah BURGESS 1797

          AKA: Samuel Josiah BURGISS 1796
         Born: Between 1770 and 1780 1797
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         Died: 1856 - Telfair County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Sand Hill Methodist Cemetery




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James McALLISTER and Sarah --?--




Husband James McALLISTER

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     Marriage: Bef 1778



Wife Sarah --?--

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1 F Mary McALLISTER

         Born: Abt 1780
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         Died: Bef 25 October 1808
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       Spouse: William BILDERBACK
         Marr: 19 September 1799 - Fleming County, Kentucky


2 F Ruanna McALLISTER

         Born: Cir 1788
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       Spouse: William BILDERBACK
         Marr: 25 October 1808 - Fleming County, Kentucky



General Notes: Husband - James McALLISTER

Said to be of Flemming County, Kentucky, but that county did not exist in 1778, lived there at one time.
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Paul Beverly EDWARDS, Jr. and Sarah --?--




Husband Paul Beverly EDWARDS, Jr.

         Born: 2 November 1915
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       Father: Paul B. EDWARDS (1889-1950)
       Mother: Chloe Agnes WATSON (1889-1973) 1798


     Marriage: 



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

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1 F Susan Dee EDWARDS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: James D. VON SUSKIL (living)



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Capt. John COOK, Sr., RS-SC and Sarah --?--




Husband Capt. John COOK, Sr., RS-SC 111,540

         Born: Cir 1738 - Brunswick County, Virginia 111
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         Died: Bef 5 June 1798 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Island Creek Church Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia


       Father: Henry COOKE, Sr. (Abt 1690-Between 1764/1764) 540
       Mother: Mary CLARKE (1701-      )


     Marriage: After 1796

 Other Spouse: Elizabeth BROWN 540,1799 - 21 September 1759 - Brunswick County, Virginia 1799

 Other Spouse: Martha Ann PEARSON 540 - Abt 1769 - South Carolina



Wife Sarah --?--

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General Notes: Husband - Capt. John COOK, Sr., RS-SC

John COOK was born in Brunswick County, Virginia. There, on September 6, 1759, he married his first wife, Elizabeth "Betty" BROWN. John and Betty had three children, a son, Burell, and two daughters, Mary and Sarah.

In his Will dated 21 January 1764, proved 23 April 1764 in Brunswick County, Virginia, Henry COOK, John COOK's brother, bequeathed the 330 acres to his son Thomas, named his wife Eleanor, and bequeathed a slave to each of his daughters, Mary and Salley. Mary and Salley [Sarah?] were likely minors; if so, who was their guardian? Are there probate records for Henry's estate? Curiously, Mary and Sarah are the names of two of the three listed children of John COOK and Elizabeth "Betty" BROWN. Are they Henry COOK's daughters raised by John?

In this article, no daughter Sarah or Salley is named for John COOK and Elizabeth BROWN is named, but a daughter Elizabeth who married George McCRELLIS is. Elizabeth has been shown to the granddaughter of John COOK and daughter of John's son BURRELL COOK. [Alexis Spirtas]
SOUTHSIDE VIRGINIA FAMILIES VI, John Bennet Bodie: Article shows; John COOKE first married with his father's consent, Betty, daughter of Mary and Burwell BROWN of Brunswick. Children: Elizabeth m. George McCRELLIS; Mary m. Colonel Thomas HUTCHISON of Columbia S.C.; Burwell m. Mary POPE. He [John] then married Martha, daughter of Captain John PEARSON and Mary RAIFORD Pearson. Their children were: John m. Mary Ellen HAMPTON; Nathaniel m. Susanna POPE and then Christianna CHAPPELL; Phillip m. Annie Martha WOOTEN; Isaac m. Elizabeth RIVES and Henry who remained unmarried. He [John] then married Sarah_____ who died in 1846 in Hancock. He had several other daughters who married; GRINDEST [sic, GINDRAT], BELLAMY, HERBERT [sic, HARBIRT], BATTLE and DANIEL [sic, DANIELL].

A biography of John COOK, from the notes of Louisa Caroline Floyd Wilson, provided by her grandson, David Leon Wilson:

"John Cook was born in Brunswick County Virginia and married his first wife there. Her name was Betty Brown and they married on September 6, 1759. He was not twenty-one at the time and was spoken of as "Infant" in the marriage bonds and had to have the consent of his father. By this union, there were three children one son, Burell, and two (perhaps three) daughters that grew to adulthood and married. He moved to North Carolina and then South Carolina, settling on the Broad River, at what was later called "Cooks Ferry." It was located on the Broad, near Cedar Creek, making him a neighbor of James Daniell. [John COOK may have had additional land in Richland County. Land records for John Cook in South Carolina are difficult to interpret as there are several John Cooks and even one other Captain John Cook in the records, although most are before 1759, when our John was in Virginia. RLD]

SC Archives: Series: S213184 Volume: 0007 Page: 00308 Item: 01 Date: 1/8/1763 Description: COOK, John, Plat for 450 Acres in Amelia township. Names indexed: COOK, John; FARAR, Benjamin; LEIGH, Egerton; SPURLOCK, Benjamin; THOMSON, Moses; WRIGHT, Robert. Locations: Amelia Township; Santee River. [View plat at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=98301] The memorial for this land was paid 17 May 1764 and location given as Saxe-Gotha Township, Santee River, Craven County.

SC Archives: Series: S213184 Volume: 0014 Page: 00167 Item: 01 Date: 11/27/1771 Description: COOK, John, Plat for 300 Acres in Craven County. Names indexed: CARSON, John; COOK, John; GOODWYN, Robert; PEARSON, Philip. Locations: Cedar Creek; Congaree River; Craven County. [View plat at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=106198]

SC Archives: Series: S213184 Volume: 0014 Page: 00169 Item: 01 Date: 4/28/1772 Description: COOK, John, Plat for 50 Acres in Craven County. Names indexed: BREMAR, John; CENTER, Nathan; COOK, John; CRANE, John; PEARSON, Philip; TAYLOR, John. Locations: Congaree River; Craven County.

SC Archives: Series: S213184 Volume: 0014 Page: 00167 Item: 02 Date: 3/11/1773 Description: COOK, John, Plat for 100 Acres in the Fork Between the Congaree and Wateree Rivers. Names indexed: BREMAR, John; COOK, John; GOODWIN, Francis; PEARSON, Philip. Locations: Congaree River; Dry Branch; Wateree River. [View plat at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=106199]

SC Archives: Series: S372001 Volume: 04W0 Page: 00039 Item: 000 Date: 1775 Description: BROWN, Judith to John COOK, Lease and Release. Names indexed: BROWN, Judith; COOK, John. Locations: [Blank]. [John COOK's first wife was Elizabeth BROWN who died before 1772. Judith's relationship?]

John Cook appears on a list of pardons from King George III and the Royal Governor of South Carolina in 6 Aug 1768 (Book PP 1771-1774 page 46). The pardon was for being a "Regulator" and it was contingent on their disbanding their force. The Regulators were formed in the 1760's in response to the state government's refusal to place any lawmen, judges or courts in the upcountry. Because of this, lawlessness was rampant and prominent citizens formed their own armed bands to clean out the nests of criminals, which they did, very effectively. There were excesses however, and soon the governor declared them illegal, hiring about 600 men of low character to clean them out. These men were called "Moderators". It never happened, probably because of the upcountry's support of the Regulator's cause. Ultimately, the only way the governor could get them to disband was to put judges, courts, and lawmen in the upcountry and pardon the Regulators.

John's first wife, Betty, must have died before 1769, about when John Cook married second, Martha Pearson, daughter of Mariner John Pearson and his wife Mary Raiford. They had nine children.

When the Revolutionary War broke out, John was a Captain in the 4th Continental Dragoons under Colonel William Washington. He fought in South Carolina and participated in the battles of Eutaw Springs, Cowpens, and Guilford Courthouse (History of the Revolution in South Carolina, Salley, page 44). Bobby Gilmer Moss, in " Roster of South Carolina Patriots During the American Revolution" also quotes Sally but has him as Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwyn and Col. Richardson in 1778. During the period of the Revolution the non-combatants were treated so cruelly in South Carolina that John Cook's family, along with relatives and friends, fled to North Carolina where they remained until the close of the war, (History of Hancock County, Georgia)

In 1787 John was elected to the South Carolina Legislature for two terms, serving from 1787 to 1790. In 1788, he was elected to the State Convention to decide on the ratification of the United States Constitution. He voted against ratification, a sentiment likely popular with the voters in the back country as they had done without any government locally, a state government that had ignored them, and an oppressive British rule.

1790 Census: John Cook is listed in Fairfield County SC with 4 males under 16, one female, and 33 slaves. Two households away is Burrell Cook, his son, with 2 males under 16, and 2 females. Same page: Mary Pearson with no males over 16, 2 males under 16, and 3 females and 4 slaves. [Series: M637 Roll: 11 Page: 157]

Subsequently, John Cook moved to Georgia, where he settled upon the "bounties" given to him as a reward for his Revolutionary War service. His homestead [located on Island Creek in Western Hancock County, Georgia] appears on Adj. General Elholm's map of the Oconee frontier in 1793, located on Island Creek in Western Hancock county, where his neighbors included James and son Levi Daniell and others from Fairfield County SC. He also had 1000 acres on Spring Creek (a tributary of Shoulderbone Creek) that he sold in 1795. He, or more likely his son John Cook, Jr., participated in the militia in Hancock County when he moved there as Captain, Vol. Rifle Company, 1st Batt. Hancock Co. Regt., Militia.

In the SC Archives, Series: S108092, Reel: 0065, Frame: 00276 ignore: 000 Date: No date. Description: COOK, John, of Georgia, Petition Requesting Compensation for a Slave Killed by the Military. (11 Frames) Names indexed: COOK, John; DAWKINS, George; DEVEREUX, John; EARLY, Peter; Easter (slave); Ellis, (slave); GRAY, James; HAMMOND, William; HAMPTON, Edward; HAMPTON, Mary Ellen; HERBERT, John; Hester (slave); KINARD, Thomas; LANE, William; LYLES, James; MCDUFF, Capt. Locations: GEORGIA.

Capt. John COOK died in Hancock County, Georgia in 1798 and is buried in Island Creek Church Cemetery, 32 degrees, 12 minutes, 29 seconds W lat, 83 degrees, 10 minutes, 59 seconds W long, 16 miles WSW from Sparta, Georgia in Hancock County although I could not find his headstone. His will seems to be missing from the Hancock County Will Book but his estate papers are present where they are indexed at AA page 7-10, AA page 119-121, and AAA page 63-67. See LDS microfilm #222086. John Harbirt, John Cook, and Phillip Cook, administrators of the estate of John Cook dec'd. and John Ragan posted a security bond for L 3000 sterling 5 June 1798. His estate inventory, done 6 July 1798, shows John Cook's estate to be worth $7103.73, excluding land. He owned 19 slaves and the normal plantation and household equipment. The exception was his library, which was larger than most and contained primarily religious works. [John COOK died intestate. RLD]

John Cook's biography appears in "Biographical Dictionary of South Carolina Representatives", Vol. 3, page 151-152 and is as follows: "John Cook lived near Cedar Creek in what became Fairfield County, South Carolina. He owned at least 300 acres, and in the Federal Census of 1790 recorded 33 slaves as his property. as a young man, he was involved in the Regulator movement (1767-69) in the backcountry and on 31 October 1771 was pardoned for his vigilante activities in a general decree of King George III. Service in the House was limited to election to the seventh (1787-1788) and Eighth (1789-1790) General Assemblies by the District between the Broad and Catawba Rivers. Representing Fairfield County at the State Convention, Cook voted against ratification of the Federal Constitution (1788). Other offices held by him include tax inquirer and collector for St. Marks Parish (1765) and for the District between the Broad and the Catawba Rivers (1785) and Militia Captain (1781). John Cook was deceased by 29 September 1802 when Philip Cook applied for letters of administration of his estate.

A John Cook received grants (1771-1786) for 1190 acres located in separate tracts near the Congaree and Broad Rivers. Most of this area became Richland County. There could have been another John Cook living in Richland County or the Fairfield and Richland landowners could have been one and the same. However, no direct tie could be made between the Richland grants and the John Cook who served in the House. The additional land was not included in his sketch."

*John COOK's daughter Martha Pearson COOK married Levi DANIELL, son of James DANIELL, in 1794 in Hancock County, Georgia.

Additional sources and information:

John and two of his brothers, Drury and Benjamin, moved to North Carolina, with John later moving again to South Carolina before 1767 and after the death of Betty. He recorded three land purchases, 300 acres on McCord's Ferry Road on 12 Sep 1770; 50 acres at the Head of Back Swamp bounded by lands of Nathan CENTER and John TAYLOR; and 100 acres on Dry Branch, on the road leading to Richard ADAMS', and the path from John COOK to Philip PEARSON, and bounded by John CARSON and Robert GOODWYN on 11 Mar 1773. (A History of Richland County South Carolina, Green)

The History of Hancock County, Georgia, II, p. 136, provides:
"John Cook, some years before the Revolution, moved to South Carolina and settled on the Broad River at what was later called "Cook's Ferry." He married in Brunswick County, Va., before coming to South Carolina, his wife being Miss Betty Brown. He married her September 6, 1759. At this time he was not 21 years of age as he is spoken of in the marriage bonds as "Infant," with the consent of Henry Cook, his father. By this first marriage there were three children who lived to be grown and married; one son and two daughters.
John COOK was a Captain in the Revolutionary War; was in the 4th Continental Dragoons, He was with Colonel William WASHINGTON in his South Carolina campaigns. His second wife was Martha PEARSON (daughter of Captain John PEARSON and his wife, Mary RAIFORD.), who whom he was married in 1772. The noncombatants were treated so cruelly in Carolina during the period of the Revolution that John COOK's family, along with relatives and friends, fled to North Carolina, where they remained until the close of the war, when they returned to South Carolina. After some eight years, John COOK moved to Georgia, where he settled upon the "Bounties" given to him as reward for his patriotism. He died in Hancock County in 1799. In Georgia histories he is spoken of as being very old at the time of his death, but he certainly could not have been very old as he was not of age in the fall of 1759." [Note: Born about 1740 and died in 1798 would make him about 58 at his death. RLD]

SC Archives: Date: 1770/02/06 Description: COOKE, John, Memorial for Two Tracts, One for 100 Acres on Santee and Wateree Rivers, Craven County, Summarizing a Chain of Title to a Grant to Michael McCARTNEY of Feb. 7 1767 and One for 100 Acres near Cedar Creek, Craven County, Summarizing a Chain of Title to a Grant to Joseph Martin of March 2, 1764.

John may have had additional land in Richland County. Land records for John COOK in South Carolina are difficult to interpret as there are several John COOKs and even one other Captain John COOK in the records, although most are before 1759, while our John was in Virginia. He married Martha Ann PEARSON in 1772 in Broad River, South Carolina. Martha PEARSON was a daughter of Mariner John PEARSON and his wife Mary RAIFORD. John and Martha had at least 10 children.

South Carolina Revolutionary Soldiers, Sailors Patriots & Descendants, Vol. 1, Carter-Maddox, p. 24 lists: "COOK, John (RS-Capt-VA-NC-SC)"
In the Revolutionary War, John COOK fought in South Carolina and participated in the battles of Eutaw Springs, Cowpens, and Guilford Courthouse (History of the Revolution in South Carolina, Salley, page 44). Bobby Gilmer Moss, in " Roster of South Carolina Patriots During the American Revolution" also quotes Sally but has him as Captain under Lt. Col. Robert GOODWYN and Col. RICHARDSON in 1778.

Georgia Revolutionary Soldiers, Sailors, Patriots, & Descendants, Vol I by Mary Carter 929.3758 C324G:
COOK, John: RS Capt VA, NC, SC, c. 1740 1799 Hancock Co., GA. In the battles of Eutaw Springs, Cowpens, Guilford Courthouse, & others. Married 1st Betty BROWN and 2nd Martha Ann PEARSON. Children: known and perhaps others: Philip 1775 m. Martha WOOTEN and Martha m. John DANIELL. [NOTE: John DANIELL/DANIEL, was Martha's second husband and a cousin of her deceased husband, Levi DANIELL. RLD]

"Military Service Revolutionary War Captain and Patriot, 2nd Regiment, SC Infantry: John COOK, patriot, during the entire Revolutionary War served as a Captain of the cavalry under Col William WASHINGTON. Because the Tories plundered and harassed the Cook family, they were forced to be refugees in the Waxhaud* Settlement of South Carolina. After the war, John COOK and his family returned to their home on Broad River South Carolina where his wife Martha PEARSON died leaving several children. John COOK then moved to Hancock County Georgia and married for a third time." (http://members.tripod.com/beejay1/pafn45.htm) [*sic, Waxhaw, now in North Carolina about 16 miles north of Lexington, South Carolina. No reference found for this quote. RLD]

Abraham GINDRAT of Craven County, South Carolina in his Will dated 19 February 1785 bequeathed "And to Cap. John COOK's Son Nathan COOK six breading [sic] Cattle and fifteen Guineas..."

In 1787 John COOK was elected to the South Carolina Legislature for two terms, serving from 1787 to 1790. In 1788, John was a representative of Fairfield County to the South Carolina Constitutional Convention. He voted against ratifying the new Constitution, a sentiment likely popular with the voters in the upcountry as they had done without any government locally, a state government that had ignored them, and an oppressive British rule. His vote is recorded in the convention records: Friday, May 23, 1788: Fairfield County. -- Nays: James CRAIG, Jacob BROWN, John GRAY, John COOK. 4. On motion, Resolved, That this Convention do assent to and ratify the Constitution agreed to on the 17th day of September last, by the Convention of the United States of America, held at Philadelphia. On the question being put to agree to the same, the yeas and nays were called for by the unanimous voice of the Convention, and are as follows: Two hundred and twenty-two representatives attended the session, with 140 voting in favor and 73 voting against. The resolution was adopted by a majority of 67 votes.

John COOK is listed in the 1790 Census of Camden Distrtict, Fairfield County, South Carolina with 4 males under 16, 7 females, and 33 slaves. His son Burrill COOK and family lived two households away.

John COOK, Sr. and John COOK, Jr. witnessed the July 4th, 1794 deed recording the purchase of 287.5 acres of land on Rock [Rocky?] Creek by Philip COOK from John Liddell DIXON.

Georgia Revolutionary Soldiers Graves, Vol. 1, page 316, by Arnold & Burnham 1993: "John COOK b. c. 1740, d. 1799.... John COOK's father was Henry COOK of Brunswick County, Virginia according to a record from the Georgia Department of Archives and History, Atlanta, GA." This record does not have a name for its originator, but does cite reference locations.

John COOK's biography appears in the Biographical Dictionary of South Carolina Representatives, Vol. 3, page 151-152: "John COOK lived near Cedar Creek in what became Fairfield County, South Carolina. He owned at least 300 acres, and in the Federal Census of 1790 recorded 33 slaves as his property. as a young man, he was involved in the Regulator movement (1767-69) in the back country and on 31 October 1771 was pardoned for his vigilante activities in a general decree of King George III. Service in the House was limited to election to the seventh (1787-1788) and Eighth (1789-1790) General Assemblies by the District between the Broad and Catawba Rivers. Representing Fairfield County at the State Convention, COOK voted against ratification of the Federal Constitution (1788). Other offices held by him include tax inquirer and collector for St. Marks Parish (1765) and for the District between the Broad and the Catawba Rivers (1785) and Militia Captain (1781). John COOK was deceased by 29 September 1802 when Philip COOK applied for letters of administration of his estate."

See:
History of Hancock County Georgia, Vol II, p. 136, by Elizabeth Wiley Smith
Salley's History of the Revolution in South Carolina, page 44 for his muster
DAR # 240087
William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 24, p. 104 for his father.
Georgia Rev. War Soldiers Graves Vol. 1, p. 316
Abstracts of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots reported to the DAR 1940
Georgia Revolutionary Soldiers, Sailors, Patriots, and Descendants Vol. 1, p. 59
Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia, p. 191
(David Leon "Tuck" Wilson)

CONFLICTING INFORMATION on Capt. John COOK's children:
ADDENDUM: Theophilis COOK, 1788 - 1858, is listed by some as a son of Capt. John COOK and Martha Ann PEARSON. However, George J. Ferris, gjfarris@aol.com, has placed several "Post 'em Note" rebuttals on webpages where Theophilis COOK is named as a son of Capt. John COOK and Martha Ann PEARSON:
2005-06-20 15:32:22: "The Theopholus Cook (1788 - 1858) of Jefferson County, IL was not one of the children of John Cook and Martha Pearson. He was born in GA, not SC - and the mother of Theophilus and Robert Cook as well as of the three Robertsons of Jefferson Co. was well known as Lucy (probably nee Lucinda Phillips) who was still living in that county in 1830. The erroneous claim that Theophilus was a son of Capt. John Cook was originally made as part of a DAR application (that was rejected). The person who originally made that claim acknowledged the error long ago - but it has lived on - despite the lack of any legitimate supporting evidence!"
Also, 2005-06-21 09:40:41: "I would be interested in seeing any source documentation for including Theophilus Cook (1788-1858) as a son of John Cook and Martha Pearson. This does not correlate with his records in TN and Jefferson County, IL - where his mother (Lucy) lived and was well known - and wasn't Martha Pearson. If the connection to Capt. John Cook is based on the statement by Lenna Smith in her 1960 summary, she later acknowledged, in her research notes, that it was an error and was incorrect." This reference is to the History of Belle Rive and Dahlgren, Illinois And Surrounding Territory, Continental Historical Bureau of Mt. Vernon, Illinois, December, 1960, p. B-12, written by Lenna Smith and Mrs. Ed Page.

Find A Grave Memorial# 75888747 presents the picture of a headstone for Captain John Cook located in Shiloh Church Cemetery Old, Jenkinsville, Fairfield County, South Carolina. The memorial notes that "Per the book Fairfield County Cemeteries Vol 1 pg 69 his stone was moved to Shiloh Methodist Church because of Lake Monticello. It does not list where he is buried.

JOHN
COOK
SOUTH CAROLINA
CAPTAIN
LT COL
GOODWYN'S BN
REV WAR
1730
1799

The memorial links to those for his wife, Martha Pearson Cook (1754 - 1796), and sons, Burrel Cook (1760 - 1800) and John Cook (1773 - 1834).
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SMSgt Sidney PHILLIPS, USAF, Vietnam and Sarah --?--




Husband SMSgt Sidney PHILLIPS, USAF, Vietnam

         Born: 2 June 1930 - Carroll County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 August 2000 - Troup County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Myrtle Hill Cemetery


       Father: George PHILLIPS
       Mother: Jewell THOMAS


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

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General Notes: Husband - SMSgt Sidney PHILLIPS, USAF, Vietnam

"Mr. Sidney "Doc" PHILLIPS, 70, of Hogansville, died Friday, Aug. 11, 2000, at Hospice LaGrange.
Mr. PHILLIPS was born June 2, 1930 in Carroll County to the late George and Jewell Thomas PHILLIPS. He was a veteran of the Vietnam War and retired from the United States Air Force as a senior master sergeant after 25 years of service. A member of the American Legion and the Air Force Sergeants Association, Mr. Phillips had lived in Hogansville since 1976, where he was a former city councilman and a member and past president of the Hogansville Optimist Club. He was also a member of the Newnan Moose Club and a longtime Boy Scout leader. Mr. PHILLIPS was a retired building contractor and a Baptist. He was preceded in death by a brother and sister-in-law, Ralph and Alma PHILLIPS.
A funeral will be held Sunday, Aug. 13, 2000 at 2 p.m. in the chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Rev. Danny Wilson and Dr. Jimmy Brown will officiate and burial will be with full military honors in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. The family will receive friends at the funeral home tonight, Aug. 12, from 7 to 9 at the funeral home.
Surviving are his wife, Sara PHILLIPS of Hogansville; daughter and son-in-law Debi and James THOMPSON of Hogansville; son and daughter-in-law Sidney and Regina PHILLIPS of Mountville; sister and brother-in-law Frances and J. C. DANIEL of Hogansville; and grandchildren, Luke and Christina THOMPSON of Hogansville, and John and David PHILLIPS of Mountville.
Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home, Hogansville."
(http://times-herald.com/deaths/0800.html)
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Dr. George Sewell TREZEVANT and Sarah --?--




Husband Dr. George Sewell TREZEVANT 1800,1801

          AKA: George TREZVANT 1802
         Born: Abt 1834 - Richland District, South Carolina 1801
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       Father: Dr. Daniel Heyward TREZEVANT (1796-1873) 1800,1803
       Mother: Ann SEWELL (1795-1838) 1804


     Marriage: Bef 1860



Wife Sarah --?-- 1802

         Born: Abt 1835 - South Carolina 1802
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         Died: 
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Children
1 F Annie TREZEVANT 1802

         Born: Abt 1860 - South Carolina 1802
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2 F Sarah TREZEVANT 1802

         Born: Abt 1862 - South Carolina 1802
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3 F Lucy TREZEVANT 1802

         Born: Abt 1867 - South Carolina 1802
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General Notes: Husband - Dr. George Sewell TREZEVANT

"... Trezevant, George S. ~ physician (DH Trezevant & Son) Plain corner of Marion ~ House Blanding corner of Sumter" [www.distantcousin.com/ Directories/SC/Columbia/1859/T.html] //

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Ward 3, Columbia; Series: T9 Roll: 1238 Page: 286: Santee St 181 207 TREZVANT [sic] George W M 45 M Physician SC SC SC; -- Sarah W F 45 Wife M SC SC SC; -- Annie W F 20 Dau S At home SC SC SC; -- Sarah W F 18 Dau S At home SC SC SC; -- Lucy W F 13 Dau S At school SC SC SC.
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James M. SANGSTER and Sarah --?--




Husband James M. SANGSTER 428

         Born: Abt 1828 - Tennessee 1805
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       Father: John SANGSTER, Jr. (Abt 1801-      ) 1238
       Mother: Caroline WOODSON (1805-      ) 428


     Marriage: 



Wife Sarah --?-- 1805

         Born: Abt 1838 - Tennessee 1805
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         Died: 
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Children
1 M James SANGSTER 1805

         Born: Abt 1854 - Tennessee 1805
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         Died: 
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2 M Thomas SANGSTER 1805

         Born: Abt 1856 - Tennessee 1805
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         Died: 
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3 F Emma SANGSTER 1805

         Born: Abt 1857 - Tennessee 1805
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         Died: 
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4 M Robert SANGSTER 1805

         Born: Abt 1859 - Tennessee 1805
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         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - James M. SANGSTER

James M. SANGSTER is named in the 16 November 1858 LW&T of his father, John SANGSTER, Jr.: Son, James M. Sangster has been advanced $1,000.00.

1860 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Haywood County, Brownsville; Series: M653 Roll: 1254 Page: 441:
J. M. SANGSTER 32 M Farmer 2975 4150 TN; -- Sarah 22 F TN; -- James 6 M TN; -- Thomas M 4 TN; -- Emma 3 F TN; -- Robert 1 M TN.
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JONES and Sarah --?--




Husband JONES

         Born: 
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       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1848



Wife Sarah --?-- 1806

         Born: Abt 1824 - South Carolina 857
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Children
1 F Parthenia JONES 1806

         Born: Abt 1850 - Alabama 1806
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Harrison J. WATTS 857,1807
         Marr: Bef June 1870



General Notes: Wife - Sarah --?--

In the 1870 census of Pike County, Sarah JONES "Jr.", age 60 born in South Carolina, lives in the home of her daughter Parthenia, wife of Harrison WATTS. Also in the home is Sarah JONES age 80, also born in South Carolina, Parthenia's grandmother?

In a conflict of ages, the 1880 census, Clay County, Alabama, lists Sally Jones, 56, Mother-in-law, living with Harrison and "Portheny" WATTS. This appears to be the same Sarah listed as age 60 in 1870, a census age error when she was about 46-50, a more reasonable age to fit the picture presented?
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Arthur WATSON and Sarah --?--




Husband Arthur WATSON

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef 12 September 1806 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Sarah --?--

         Born: 
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         Died: After 12 July 1828
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Richmond WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Hezikiah WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Abner WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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4 F Danny WATSON

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: SATCHER
         Marr: Bef 1806


5 F Patience WATSON

         Born: Abt 1765 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1850 - Barbour County, Alabama
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John EIDSON
         Marr: Bef 1806


6 F Lydia WATSON

         Born: 
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       Spouse: WARREN
         Marr: Bef 1806


7 M Arthur Rice WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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8 M Absalom WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Arthur WATSON

Edgefield Deeds. Page 146 -- 149. Arthur WATSON to Absalom WATSON. Deed 12 September 1798.
$10, (for) 374 acres, being part of three tracks, all granted to said Arthur WATSON, one tract of 150 acres granted 10 July 1766, one of 250 acres granted 3 April 1772, one of 300 acres granted 21 January 1785, lying on Fall Creek and drains on the Indian Creek waters of Cloud Creek bounded by land's granted to John PERSON, held by Abner WATSON, Terry COLLY, granted to Thomas KIRKLAND, Hezekiah WATSON, Richmond WATSON, unto said Absalom WATSON after my death.
Witness: William BELL, Hezekiah WATSON, Nancy PARTON. Signed: Arthur WATSON.
Proven 12, December 1798 by Hezekiah WATSON, Richard type J. P. Recorded 12 December 1798.
===
Written: January 7, 1806, page 147
Arthur WATSON to Absolum WATSON Bill of Sale 7 January 1806. One hundred dollars. One copper still holds about fifty two gallons and eighteen peach stands and ten brandy barrells, but sd Arthur WATSON to have the use of the still and vessels whenever he should want them. Wit Arthur Rice WATSON, Hezekiah WATSON./s/ Arthur (A) WATSON proven 9 September 1806 by Jezekiah WATSON
Issac FOREMAN J.P. Rec 8 Sept 1806.
Edgefield Co.,S.C. Deed Book 27
File at: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/edgefield/deeds/watson19gdd.txt
===
Edgefield wills. Page 239. 17 February 1806.
I, Arthur WATSON, being in perfect health, and of perfect mind & memory. First I give to beloved children to wit: Sons Richmond WATSON, Hezekiah WATSON, Abner WATSON and daughters: Danny SATCHER, Patience EIDSON and Lydia WARREN - one shilling to each of them from the estate and no more as I have given to them already.
I gave to my son, Arthur Rice WATSON, one Negro named Tohalso. I give to my son, Abraham WATSON, five Negroes named Isaac, Gurden, Hanner, Vilit and Dol and stock of every kind and my household furniture.
I appoint my son Absalom WATSON and John EIDSON as executors, and John EIDSON to have one dollar per day in reasonable expenses for his trouble as executor.
Witness Burrell ARRINGTON, and Absalom THEARLEY /signed Arthur WATSON./
Proved by the oath of Burrell ARRINGTON, Charley ARRINGTON and Absalom THEARLEY 12 September 1806. Recorded 18 May 1807


General Notes: Wife - Sarah --?--

Sarah WATSON to Abner WATSON & others Deed-Edgefield District State of South Carolina
Know all men by these presents that I Sarah WATSON of the State and District of aforesaid do in consideration of esteem and affection for my two children Archibald and Abner WATSON make a deed of gift giving and granting to said Abner WATSON and Archibald WATSON at my death all my rights, title, intent & claims being following tract of land. Containing two hundred and fifty acres more or less situate in the District aforesaid on Clouds Creek waters of the Little Saluda River being of one tract of two hundred acrea granted to John CARLIN and one half of thirty acres granted to Arthur WATSON 5 February 1787 and part of three hundred acres and two hundred fifty two acres singularly to Abner WATSON and Archibald WATSON .
My hand and seal 12 July 1828 and the 52nd year of American Independence
Amos WATSON Sarah WATSON X her mark
John CARTER
(Source: Edgefield Co., S.C. Deed Book 44 Deeds V 42-44 pages 330-346; Film #0023886 Records of Family History Library LDS), http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/edgefield/deeds/watson16gdd.txt)

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Peter M. HURST and Sarah --?--




Husband Peter M. HURST

         Born: 14 April 1774 - Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 February 1846 - Woodford County, Kentucky
       Buried: 


       Father: James H. HURST (1744-1829) 1808,1809
       Mother: Mary GUNNELL (Abt 1746-1827) 1809


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Ann RUST 908 - 21 December 1801 - Frederick County, Virginia



Wife Sarah --?--

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef December 1801
       Buried: 


Children
1 M George Washington HURST, War of 1812

         Born: Cir 1795 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1878 - Mercer County, Kentucky
       Buried: 



2 F Sarah Gunnell HURST

         Born: 27 December 1800 - Jefferson County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 July 1851 - Kentucky
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Hezekiah ELLIS
         Marr: Bef 1818



General Notes: Husband - Peter M. HURST

Peter is named in the settlement of his Uncle William HURST's estate as "Peter HURST - or if dead (6.34)". It appears that Peter was one of those who "moved west" and did not stay in contact with the family or died.
Peter HURST moved to Kentucky and married Ann "Nancy" RUST in 1801. They had 15 children. Peter died 9 February 1846 and is buried in Woodford County, Kentucky.

1820 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Woodford County;
Hurst, Peter

1830 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Woodford County; Page 334:
Line 25 Hurst Peter 1 - 2 1 2 - - 1 [Peter, 56] - - - - - - || 1 1 - 2 - 1 [Ann, 47, not 30-40?] - - - - - - - || 22 34

1840 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Woodford County;


Find A Grave Memorial# 100834103 lists Peter Hurst's birth on April 14, 1774, his death on September 2, 1846, and his burial in Versailles Cemetery, Versailles, Woodford County, Kentucky.


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Benjamin J. J. MITCHELL and Sarah --?--




Husband Benjamin J. J. MITCHELL

         Born: 15 November 1820 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 June 1855 - Barbour County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Cemetery on old Glenville Road about 1 mile north of Glenville Plantation


       Father: James MITCHELL (Abt 1776-Between 1826/1827)
       Mother: Elizabeth JOURDAN (Abt 1780-      )


     Marriage: 



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

         Born: 
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General Notes: Husband - Benjamin J. J. MITCHELL

Buried among others, in "Cemetery on old Glenville Road about 1 mile north of Glenville Plantation":
"Mitchell, Patrick Henry 21 May 1822 5 Nov 1848 Parents: James and Elizabeth."
"Mitchell, Benjamin J. J. 14 Nov 1820 8 June 1855 Parents James and Elizabeth M."
Brother by brother
(http://www.rootsweb.com/~albarbou/Cemeteries/ceminfoneed.htm This cemetery is also found mentioned as "Mitchell Cemetery.")

Benjamin J .J. MITCHELL is buried in Browder-Mitchell Cemetery, Glenville, Russell County, Alabama. A picture of his gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 30042092 created by Christine Thacker on Sep 24, 2008:

SACRED
to the memory of
BENJ. J. J. MITCHELL,
son of
JAMES & ELIZABETH MITCHELL
who was born
Nov. 15, 1820
and departed this life
June 8, 1855.
With a full assurance of
a glorious immortality
beyond the grave.
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Edward T. BROADWATER and Sarah --?--




Husband Edward T. BROADWATER 1810

         Born: November 1862 - Scotland County, Missouri 1811
   Christened: 
         Died: December 1942
       Buried:  - Highland Cemetery, Hill County, Montana


       Father: Thomas Jefferson BROADWATER (1824-1910) 364,1812
       Mother: Martha Ann SMOOT (1841-1930) 1812


     Marriage: Abt 1890



Wife Sarah --?-- 1811

         Born: October 1865 - Missouri 1811
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Marian Louise BROADWATER 1811

         Born: 17 August 1891 - Montana 1811
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 February 1991 - Hill County, Montana
       Buried:  - Highland Cemetery, Hill County, Montana
       Spouse: Capt. Max Paul KUHR, USA, WWI 115
         Marr: 22 February 1919 - Hill County, Montana


2 F Kathlyn E. BROADWATER 1811

         Born: March 1899 - Montana 1811
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         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Edward T. BROADWATER

1900 U.S. Census, Montana, Chouteau County, Harve Township, Harve town; Series: T623 Roll: 910 Page: 30: 83 86 BROADWATER Edward T. Head W M Nov 1862 37 M 10 MO VA MO Merchant; -- Sara Wife W F Oct 1865 34 M 10 2 2 MO PA NJ; -- Marian L. Dau W F Aug 1891 8 S MT MO MO; -- Kathlyn E. Dau W F Mar 1899 1 S MT MO MO; VAN DYKE Effa Servant W F July 1877 22 S MO IL VA.

1910 U.S. Census, Montana, Chouteau County, Harve township, Ward 2, Harve town;
Series: T624 Roll: 830 Page: 219: 533 13 13 BROADWATER Edward T. Head M W 48 M1 20 MO VA Merchant retail Hardware; -- Sadie Wife F W 44 M1 20 2 2 MO PA PA; -- Marian L. Dau F W 18 S MT MO MO Attending school; -- Kathlyn E. Dau F W 11 S MT MO MO.

1920 U.S. Census, Montana, Hill County, Ward 1, Harve; Series: T625 Roll: 971 Page: 185:
500 157 194 BROADWATER Edward T. Head M W 58 M MO VA MO Merchant Retail; -- Sadie W. Wife F W 54 M MO PA NJ; -- Kathlyn E. Dau F W 20 S MT MO MO.

1930 U.S. Census, Montana, Hill County, Harve;
family number: 134
sheet number and letter: 6B
line number: 56
nara publication: T626, roll 1257
film number: 2340992
digital folder number: 4610689
image number: 00178
Edward T Broadwater M 68 Missouri
Sadie M Broadwater wife F 64 Missouri
Kathlyn E Broadwater daughter F 31 Montana
["United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XCMG-H4F : accessed 17 Aug 2012), Edward T Broadwater, Havre, Hill, Montana; citing enumeration district (ED) 0016, sheet 6B, family 134, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 1257.]

1940 U.S. Census, Montana, Hill County, Ward 2, Harve, School District 16;
family number: 230
sheet number and letter: 11A
line number: 4
nara publication number: T627
nara roll number: 2221
digital folder number: 005461689
image number: 00339
E T Broadwater head M 78 Missouri
Sadie M Broadwater wife F 74 Missouri
Kathlyn Broadwater daughter F 40 Montana
["United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VBQS-QJ4 : accessed 17 Aug 2012), E T Broadwater, Ward 2, Havre, School District 16 Havre, Hill, Montana, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 21-16A, sheet 11A, family 230, NARA digital publication T627, roll 2221.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 118932467 records the burial of E. T. Broadwater in Space F Lot 21 Block 23, Highland Cemetery, Havre, Hill County, Montana. The memorial only lists his death in December 1942.



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Garnett R. DANIEL and Sarah --?--




Husband Garnett R. DANIEL 870,871

         Born: 11 January 1903 - Troup County, Georgia 411
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 January 1997 - Troup County, Georgia 411
       Buried: 20 January 1997 - Emmaus Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia 871


       Father: Jim George Washington DANIEL (1881-1969) 870
       Mother: Ida Lou DENNEY (1884-1950) 408,411,756,870


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Lola Mae MURPHY 411 - Abt 1930 411



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

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Garnett R. DANIEL

Garnett DANIEL is in the 1930 census with wife Sarah. From the obituary below, Sarah was his first wife. Lola Mae MURPHY, then, was his second wife, married about 1930. She was Garnett's wife of 67 years when he died in 1997. She is the the "Lula M." MURPHY, age 18, daughter of Ed MURPHY, on whose farm, Garnett and Sarah lived in 1930.
1930 U.S. Census, Georgia, Meriwether County, 809 Militia District, Outside of St. Marks Town, 1 April 1930; Series: T626 Roll: 375 Page: 92: Hogansville and Greenville(?) Road 50 51 DANIEL Garnett Head M W 27 M 25 GA GA GA; -- Sarah Wife F W 19 M 17 GA GA GA. Garnett appears to live on the farm of Ed MURPHY, 47, who lives with his three children, Lula M.,18, Wiley, 24, and Nathan, 22. Garnett's parents and family lived in household 9 in Meriwether County.

Obituary: (Newspaper name and date not available on copy of newspaper clipping.) Mr. Garnett DANIEL - "Mr. Garnett DANIEL, 93, of Hogansville, died Saturday, January 18, 1997, at the West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. The funeral service was conducted Monday afternoon, January 20, in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home. The Reverend Marty FEW and Reverend R.C. PRESCOTT officiated and interment was in Emmaus Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Hogansville. Pallbearers were Ronnie DANIEL, Jerry DANIEL, Vance BEAL, Jeffery DANIEL, David DANIEL and Darrell DANIEL. Mr. DANIEL was born November 11, 1903, in Troup County, son of the late Jim and Ida Denney DANIEL. He lived at Hogansville most of his life, was a member of Antioch Baptist Church, and was retired from Uniroyal, Inc. Survivors include his wife of 67 years, Mrs. Lola Mae Murphy DANIEL of Hogansville, two sons, Aubrey DANIEL of Hogansville and Robert E. DANIEL of Franklin, one brother, James DANIEL of Hogansville, 9 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren, and 13 great-great-grandchildren. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements." (Surnames capitalized in this transcription, from a copy of the obituary provided by Betty Marlane Chesnut Daniel.)

Garnett R. DANIEL and his wife Lala Mae are buried in Emmaus Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Hogansville, Troup County, Georgia. A picture of their shared headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 23704677:

DANIEL
GARNETT R. LALA MAE M.
NOV. 11, 1903 JUNE 10, 1910
JAN. 18, 1997 JAN. 27, 2001
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Capt Robert HAILS, RS-SC and Sarah --?--




Husband Capt Robert HAILS, RS-SC

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 June 1860 1813
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Sarah --?-- 1813

         Born: Abt 1778 - South Carolina 1813
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1 June 1860 1813
       Buried: 


Children
1 M George Willoughby HAILS, Sr.

          AKA: George W. HALES 1813
         Born: Abt 1804 - Richland District, South Carolina 1813
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah BOZIER 1813
         Marr: Bef 1810


2 F Mary Elizabeth HAILS 1814

         Born: 13 September 1810 - Richland District, South Carolina 1245
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 December 1898 - Montgomery County, Alabama
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Colonel William Henry TAYLOR 424,1814,1815
         Marr: 6 December 1827 424



General Notes: Husband - Capt Robert HAILS, RS-SC

"Captain Robert Hails, a planter near the Santee river in South Carolina, and an earnest supporter of Colonial forces, raised for the Revolutionary war a company of partisan rangers at his own expense, and was afterwards attached to Lee's legion. His widow lived to be ninety-four years old, and told her descendants many of the stirring events of the early days of the republic. She had a son in the War of 1812, descendants in the Seminole and Mexican wars, and many grandsons in the Confederate army. She was a zealous Confederate, and often expressed the wish that she might never live to see one of the enemy. Her wish was granted, as she died when the Federals were within four miles of Montgomery." [Notable Men of Alabama, Volume 1, Joel Campbell DuBose, p. 72]
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Lt. George BRIGGS and Sarah --?--




Husband Lt. George BRIGGS 1405

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 13 October 1783 and 17 November 1785 - Sussex County, Virginia 1816
       Buried: 


       Father: Charles BRIGGS (Cir 1665-Between 1729/1730) 1405
       Mother: 


     Marriage: 



Wife Sarah --?-- 1405

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Major Charles BRIGGS 1816

         Born: 6 December 1732 - Virginia 1816
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 January 1801 - Virginia 1816
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth BLOW 1816
         Marr: 1 March 1780 - Virginia 1816



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Robert CHAPPELL I and Sarah --?--




Husband Robert CHAPPELL I 619

         Born: Cir 1680 - Charles City County, Virginia 619
   Christened: 
         Died: 1724 619
       Buried: 


       Father: Thomas CHAPPELL III (Abt 1660-Between 1702/1704) 1000
       Mother: Elizabeth JONES (Cir 1665-      ) 107


     Marriage: 



Wife Sarah --?-- 1817

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Cir 1760 1817
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Robert CHAPPELL 1818

         Born: Bef 1724 - Prince George County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Sarah CHAPPELL 1818

         Born: Bef 1724 - Prince George County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Mary CHAPPELL 1818

         Born: Bef 1724 - Prince George County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M John CHAPPELL 1818

         Born: Bef 1724 - Prince George County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 F Ann CHAPPELL 1818

         Born: Bef 1724 - Prince George County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 M James CHAPPELL 1818

         Born: Bef 1724 - Prince George County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




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John RICE and Sarah --?--




Husband John RICE

         Born: 1777
   Christened: 
         Died: 1816
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Sarah --?--

         Born: 1762
   Christened: 
         Died: 1826
       Buried: 


Children
1 M John S. RICE, Jr.

         Born: 1801
   Christened: 
         Died: 1821
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ann DOWLING



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William Hunter GUNNELL and Sarah --?--




Husband William Hunter GUNNELL 1819

         Born: Cir 1790 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 May 1848 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried: 


       Father: Presley GUNNELL (1770-1806) 1820
       Mother: Ann HUNTER (1772-1806) 1812,1820


     Marriage: Bef 1808

 Other Spouse: Elizabeth LANHAM 1102,1821 - 5 January 1809 1819



Wife Sarah --?-- 1822

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - William Hunter GUNNELL

"William Hunter GUNNELL, d. testate 1 May 1848 in Fairfax Co., m.(1) Sarah ( ), m.(2) 5 Jan 1809 to Elizabeth LANHAM, b. c. 1788 in VA (age 62 in 1850), d. 2 Apr 1872 in Fairfax Co. Elizabeth headed household #935 on the census taken 1 Nov 1850 in Fairfax Co., p 169."
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Arthur HOWELL and Sarah --?--




Husband Arthur HOWELL

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 9 March 1753 - Craven County, South Carolina 1281
       Buried: 


       Father: Unknown HOWELL (Cir 1700-      )
       Mother: 


     Marriage: 



Wife Sarah --?-- 1281

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1752
       Buried: 


Children
1 M John HOWELL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Matthew HOWELL 1281

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 1801 - Richland District, South Carolina 1282
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Margaret --?-- 1283


3 M William HOWELL 1281

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Martha --?-- 1339
         Marr: Bef 22 March 1792 1339


4 M Robert HOWELL (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M Arthur HOWELL, Jr. 1338

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Cir 1792 - Richland District, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary --?-- (living)



General Notes: Husband - Arthur HOWELL

"HOWELL. One of the earliest families to settle in the "Fork of the Congaree and Wateree" was that of the Howells, who came from Maryland , as shown by Thomas Howell's registration in Thompson's Regiment in 1775." ("History of Richland County", Green, page 47.)

The HOWELL family consisted of three brothers, Arthur, Thomas, and William. Arthur and Thomas arriving before 9 January 1745.

SC Archives: Series: S213184 Volume: 0004 Page: 00327 Item: 01 Date: 10/23/1746; Description: HOWELL, Arthur, Plat for 150 acres in Saxagotha Township. Names indexed: HAIG, George; HOWELL, Arthur; HUNTER, George. Locations: Santee River, Saxe-Gotha township, Wateree River, [This plat is for a warrant dated 9 January 1745 for Arthur HOWELL. The plat shows the all adjoining land as "Land not laid out." Raifords Creek passing through the southwest portion of the grant. The northeast corner of the grant is "in Goose Pond." RLD]

SC Archives: Series: S213184 Volume: 0004 Page: 00327 Item: 02,
Date: 10/23/1746; Description: HOWELL, Thomas, Plat for 200 acres in
Saxagotha Township. Names indexed: HAIG, George; HOWELL, Arthur; HOWELL, Thomas; HUNTER, George; PEARSON, John. Locations: Santee River, Saxe-Gotha Township, Wateree River. [This plat is for a warrant dated 9 January 1745 for Thomas HOWELL and shows adjoining lands of Arthur HOWELL and John PEARSON. It also indicates the location of William HOWELLS house on Raifords Creek within the bounds of Thomas' grant. RLD]

PETITIONS FOR LAND FROM THE SOUTH CAROLINA COUNCIL JOURNALS, Meeting of Tuesday A. M. 3 October 1749: The Petition of Arthur Howell setting forth that Pet'r had an increase of Family that is to say Two Children and two slaves for which he had never had any Land Granted to him in this Province, prayed to grant him a Warrant of Survey for two hundred acres of Land in the Fork of Santee and Wateree Rivers. Signed Arthur Howell. The Prayer thereof was granted. (Petitions for Land from the South Carolina Council Journals, Brent H. Holcomb, SCMAR, Columbia, S. C., Vol. II: 1748-1752, p. 73)

15 May 1751, Camden Dist, SC 100a was granted to William HART NS Congaree Rvr adjoining Arthur HOWELL, Hugh BUTLER, Thomas HOWELL & RAIFORD's Crk. (Source: South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1773-1778, by Brent Holcombe)

Arthur HOWELL will, 2 Dec 1752, Craven Co, SC Wife: Sarah. Sons: John, 150a land between Santee & Wateree granted in my name. Matthew: 200a land on Santee. William: 20a low ground on NS Congaree gr. Hans BOTHERS. Exrs: William HOWELL, Martha HOWELL, William (HAY). Wit: John HAMILTON, William HART, John LESTER. D: 2 Dec 1752, P: 9 Mar 1753, R: nd, p. 87, Will Book 1752-1756. (Source: Abstracts of Wills of the State of South Carolina, 1740-1760, pg 163)

An abstract of the LW&T of Arthur HOWELL - "Wills, 1752-56, page 87. Arthur HOWELL: December 2, 1752-March 9, 1753. Wit: John HAMILTON, William HART, John LESTER. Ex. William HOWELL, Martha HOWELL, William HAY. Wife Sarah. Sons: John, Matthew, William." A note to the abstract of Arthur's brother, William in Green's "History of Richland County" states that Arthur had six children. Four are known to this compiler; a 5th, Arthur, Jr., was added per Carol Busto's information.

The 1792 Will of Arthur HOWELL (Jr.) names his brother William and is witnessed by Robert and John HOWELL and Wm. MEYER. In it, Arthur (Jr.) names Joseph DANIELL as an executor and as a cousin. This Joseph is possibly "Jose DANIELL", son of James DANIELL of Fairfield County, South Carolina.

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William RAIFORD and Sarah --?--




Husband William RAIFORD 1823

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 12 January 1762 - Camden, South Carolina 1281
       Buried: 


       Father: Philip RAIFORD II (Abt 1689-Bef 1747) 1824
       Mother: Martha WESTON (Abt 1695-Bef 1769)


     Marriage: 



Wife Sarah --?-- 1281

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 17 June 1845 - Richland District, South Carolina 1825
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC 1435 - After 12 January 1762


Children

General Notes: Husband - William RAIFORD

William RAIFORD's LW&T, an abstract from Green's "History of Richland County", page 211, listed under Wills relating to Richland County in the Office of Judge of Probate at Charleston, Camden, Winnsboro: "Page 132. William RAIFORD. December 1, 1761-January 12, 1762, of Broad River. Left to Joseph REES, a minor under his care, plantation of 200 acres north of Congaree, which he had bought of Edward McGRAW. John PEARSON, Felix LONG, and Sarah, his (RAIFORD's) wife, executors."
Wills in Charleston - "Inventory of William RAIFORD was made by same men in April, 1762." This reference is to Joshua EDWARDS, David FARMER, and Victor NEELY who had inventoried the estate of his father, Philip, on September 4, 1761.


General Notes: Wife - Sarah --?--

Sarah is named as "my beloved wife Sarah REESE" in the LW&T of Rev. Joseph REESE, 27 April 1792.
Will abstract, Richland County Will Book L: "Page 52. Sarah REESE. May 18, 1845-June 17, 1845. Wit.: Francis A. MARSHALL, John R. BROWN, Howell EDMUNDS. Ex.: Son, Jesse REESE. Dau.: Sarah H. (m. HOWELL), Ann E. (m. ADAMS), Mary M. REESE. Granddaughter: Mary R. GARNER." (Green, "History of Richland County, p. 321)
QUESTION? Who are the daughters Sarah H., Ann E. and Mary M., not mentioned in the Will of Rev. Joseph REESE, from previous marriage? Was Sarah the mother of Joseph's son's Jesse and John Altom. The above abstract may conflict with the will of Joseph REESE showing his daughter Ann married to TUCKER. If she was the Ann married to Robert TUCKER, she was his widow in 1816 in Washington County, Georgia, who died in 1846, Baldwin County,Georgia.



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Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC and Sarah --?--




Husband Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC 1435

         Born: Cir 1736 - Kent County, Pennsylvania
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 March 1795 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Reese Family Cemetery


       Father: Daniel REESE (Cir 1710-      )
       Mother: Mary --?-- (Cir 1712-      )


     Marriage: After 12 January 1762

 Other Spouse: Ann REYNOLDS 1431 - Cir 1754



Wife Sarah --?-- 1281

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 17 June 1845 - Richland District, South Carolina 1825
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: William RAIFORD 1823


Children
1 M Jesse REESE 1826

         Born: 7 November 1774 - South Carolina 1432
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 21 November 1821 - Richland County, South Carolina 1827
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


2 M John Altum REESE 1432

         Born: 18 April 1779 - South Carolina 1432
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 March 1844 1432
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary HOWELL 793



General Notes: Husband - Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC

CONFLICT! Contrary to published information saying that Rev. Joseph REESE's father was Evan and Sarah REES, Harriet Imrey contradicts it saying that Daniel and Mary REESE are his parents. Her explanation of this is in my general notes on Daniel REESE. Interestingly, Joseph has a son Daniel, but no son named Evan? (RLD)

"This Joseph Rees was Rev. Joseph Rees s/o Evan and Sarah Rees. He was born in Kent Co. PA (now DE, the 3 counties of DE were then known as the "three lower counties" of Pennsylvania). His first wife was Ann Reynolds (probably mother of Ephriam as he was the oldest child). Spouses of children, where I know them: Mary: Hargrave Arthur; Joseph: Sarah Howell; Timothy: Elizabeth Howell; Ann: Robert Tucker; John Altum: Mary Howell; Catherine: ____ Wells
In 1759, Joseph was a member of the Fairforest Baptist Church Richland Co. SC. He was the first pastor of the Congaree Baptist Church. He lived 3 miles away near Pincushion Swamp. His plantation "Permacrusian" was located across the river in Richland. The Howell family the 3 sons married into was related to the wife of Jefferson Davis, whose maiden name was Howell. There is info on his ministry in "South Carolina Baptists 1670-1805" by Leah Townsend. Originally published in 1935, it was reprinted by the Gen. Pub. Co. Baltimore. The Charleston Association referred to him as "eminently pious, excellent and useful". (An epitaph of which anyone would be proud.) I do not descend from Joseph, but from Hugh Rees who was in SC with 4 brothers by 1770.
The only clue I have to Sarah's prior husbands is that apparently her last one was named Altum/Altom (from your info, I presume Altom is correct, particularly as I had the son as John Alton, which obviously should be Altom). I have identified the sons-in-law named in the will. No clue on the Raiford who was a witness, but as I said in my original posting, Joseph D. Rees III had a daughter Mary Raiford Rees who married a Garner, so it seems likely he or his father married a Raiford." (Dave Reese,http://genforum.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?carolina::reese::1179.html)
Rev. Joseph REESE served as a chaplin in the Revolutionary War with forces from the Congaree. (Green. "History of Richland County", page 102.) He may have been the third husband of Sarah, his second wife.
The will of Rev. Joseph REESE is filed in Probate Court, Columbia, South Carolina (will book C--Folios 107,108,109) was recorded April 6, 1795; lists wife Sarah (THOMAS) REESE and nine children by his first wife. Rev. REESE died on March 5, 1795 at the age of sixty-three, in Richland County, South Carolina, at his home. He was interred in the family cemetery on his estate, Pincushion (Pennocrucion), about 12 miles east of Columbia, South Carolina, on the Garner Ferry Road. In 1940 this place was owned by Mr. Rawles.

WILL OF JOSEPH REESE
In the name of God amen: I Joseph REESE of Richland County, State of South Carolina (Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ) being in a low state of health, but of sound sense & memory, thanks be to Almighty God for the same, but calling to mind the mortallity of my body, & knowing it is appointed unto all men once to die, do make and ordain this my last will & testiment in the manner & form following, ( that is to say ): Principally & first of all I recommend my soul into the Hands of almight God who gave it; and my body I recommend to the Earth to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executors hereafter named, and as Touching such worldly Estate wherewith it has pleased god to bless me in this life, I give, devise & dispose of the same in the following manner & form, Imprivis, it is my desire that all my funeral charges & just debts be first paid.
Item: I lend to my beloved wife Sarah REESE, one negro man named Prince & and one negro woman named Juda & her children in the same manner & form as left to her by her first husband. I also leave unto my beloved wife all the lands left her by her first husband and in the same manner and form. I also leave unto my beloved wife Sarah REESE, all the cattle found in my stock marked with a crop & hole in one ear & crop & slit in the other and branded thus --- in the same manner and form as they were left her by her first husband. I also leave to my beloved wife, Sarah REESE one feather bed & furnitures in the same manner and form as left her by her first husband. Item: I lend unto my beloved wife Sarah REESE, my two negroes by name Roger and Hagar in the same manner & form as they were left her by her Second Husband:
Item: I lend unto my beloved wife Sarah REESE during her natural life the use of my horse Pellican with the saddle she now hath, & after her death I Give and bequeath said horse & saddle to my beloved daughter Catherine WELLS, to her heirs & assigns forever. I also lend unto my beloved wife Sarah REESE one book of Mr. Bunyans writing and one of Mr. Holmes writing, during her natural life, and after her decease, I give & bequeath both said books unto my beloved daughter Ann TUCKER & to her heirs and assigns forever.
Item: I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Sarah REESE, One-sixth part of my present stock of hogs, together with one share & quarter of my crop this year:
Item: I give and bequeath unto my beloved son Ephraim REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever the two notes of hand which I have upon Mr. Joel M. LEMON:
Item: I give and bequeath unto my beloved Daughter Mary ARTHUR & to her heirs and assigns forever, my negro woman named Hannah, also my tract of land on the head of backswamp run on a warrant in my own name.
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved Daughter Catherine WELLS & to her heirs & assigns forever my tract of land situate on the waters of Lawsons fork which land was run on a warrant in the name of Henry SUNDAY:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved Daughter Catherine WELLS & to her heirs & assigns forever the note of hand which I have upon Colonel John WENN, Senr. Including the interest:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved sons Joseph REESE & Jesse REESE & to their heirs and assigns forever, my tract of land in the Lowground of the Congaree whereon my plantation & houses now are, to be equally divided between them:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved sons Joseph & Jesse REESE, & to their heirs and assigns forever, my tract of land on the head of the Pingustion, to be equally divided between them,
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved son Joseph REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever, my negro man named Boson:
Item: I give & bequeath to my beloved son Joseph REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever, forty pounds sterling money to be paid to him out of my Estates:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved son Jesse REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever, my negro lad named Starling:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved son Timothy REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever, my pine woods plantation & tract of land where on I now live containing one hundred & fifty acres.
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved son Timothy REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever, my tract of land in the Lowground of the Congaree, containing forty six acres run on a warrant in the name of William TUCKER:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved son Timothy REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever, those my three negroes by name, Peter, Agge & Sela, with the future increase of the said females.
Item: I lend unto my beloved Daughter Ann TUCKER & to the heirs of her body forever, my negro girl named Hager with her future increase:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved Daughter Ann TUCKER & her heirs and assigns forever, the note of hand which I have on Mr. Ludwell EVANS & the two notes of hand which I have on the two young Mr. JACKSONs, together with my book debts, which with the above said notes, will amount to twenty pounds sterling:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved son John Altom REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever, my tract of land situate on Cedar Creek run on warrant in my own name:
Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved son John Altom REESE & to his heirs and assigns forever, my negro man named Charles & my negro woman named Sharlet, with her future increase:
Item: It is my desire that all my stock of horses, cattle & hogs, should be equally divided between my four sons, Joseph REESE , Timothy REESE , Jesse REESE & John Altom REESE, to them & their heirs forever:
Item: It is my desire that my stock of sheep should be equally divided between my six children, namely Mary ARTHUR, Joseph REESE, Timothy REESE, Jesse REESE, Ann TUCKER & John Altom REESE, to them & their heirs forever:
Item: It is my desire that all my children should have an equal part of my books:
Item: It is my desire that all my household furniture & plantation tools should be equally divided between my four sons, Joseph REESE, Timothy REESE, Jesse REESE and John Altom REESE, to them & their heirs forever.
Item: It is my desire that all the personal property belonging to my sons Jesse REESE & John Altom REESE (Negroes & Books Excepted) should be sold & the money arising therefrom be put to the best use for the benefit of the said Jesse & John Altom REESE to be paid to them at the age of twenty-one years.
Item: It is my desire that my beloved son, John Altom REESE should have two years schooling, and the expense of teaching, boarding, & clothing to be paid out of the labour of his negroes- - and at the expiration of the two years when he has obtained his schooling it is my desire that my said son John Altom should be put into a store & his negroes which I have given him be put into a crop or hired out, and their earnings or hire with the profit arising therefrom, to be paid to my said son John Altom at the age of twenty-one years, at which age he is to take possession of his negroes.
Item: If either of my these my sons should die before they come of age or marry, it is my desire that the personal property of the deceased should be equally divided between all my surviving children, but the land of the deceased it is my desire should be equally divided between the surviving of my four sons, namely, Joseph REESE, Timothy REESE, Jesse REESE & John Altom REESE, to them and their heirs forever.
AND LASTLY I do make & ordain, Constitute & appoint my beloved sons-in-law and sons Hargrove ARTHUR, Joseph REESE, Timothy REESE, & Robert TUCKER to be my lawful Executors & Guardians of my children, to execute this my last will & testament revoking, disannulling & making voyd, all former wills & Executions by me in anywise named or made, declaring this & no other, to be my last will & Testament. In Witness Whereof I the said Joseph REESE have hereunto set my hand & seal this the 27th day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety two.
Joseph REESE. In Presence of Joel McLEMON Isaac RAIFORD G. L. PARKER.
Proved in open court April the 6th 1795 on the Testimony of Isaac RAIFORD. Martyn ALKEN G. C. [SC Archives: S108093: South Carolina Will Transcripts (Microcopy No 9) Reese, Joseph of Richland County, Will Typescript (MSS WILL: Book C, Page 107; Estate Packet: Box 26, Pkg 627).

"Rev. Joseph Reese Died 5 Mar. 1795 Age 63 - His stone was broken off and has since been taken in by a descendant. He was the first Baptist minister in this part of South Carolina, and was also a Revolutionary War veteran." (http://www.palmettoroots.org/ReeseFamCem.html)


General Notes: Wife - Sarah --?--

Sarah is named as "my beloved wife Sarah REESE" in the LW&T of Rev. Joseph REESE, 27 April 1792.
Will abstract, Richland County Will Book L: "Page 52. Sarah REESE. May 18, 1845-June 17, 1845. Wit.: Francis A. MARSHALL, John R. BROWN, Howell EDMUNDS. Ex.: Son, Jesse REESE. Dau.: Sarah H. (m. HOWELL), Ann E. (m. ADAMS), Mary M. REESE. Granddaughter: Mary R. GARNER." (Green, "History of Richland County, p. 321)
QUESTION? Who are the daughters Sarah H., Ann E. and Mary M., not mentioned in the Will of Rev. Joseph REESE, from previous marriage? Was Sarah the mother of Joseph's son's Jesse and John Altom. The above abstract may conflict with the will of Joseph REESE showing his daughter Ann married to TUCKER. If she was the Ann married to Robert TUCKER, she was his widow in 1816 in Washington County, Georgia, who died in 1846, Baldwin County,Georgia.



Notes: Marriage

12 Jan 1762 is the date Sarah's Husband, William RAIFORD's Will was proven in court.
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SWANN and Sarah --?--




Husband SWANN 1828

         Born: Cir 1822
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         Died: Bef 1900
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     Marriage: Cir 1852



Wife Sarah --?-- 1828

         Born: October 1824 - Virginia
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Children

General Notes: Wife - Sarah --?--

Sarah, maiden name unknown, married a SWANN about 1852 according to the 1990 census of Tyler, Smith County, Texas. Aunt Sarah SWANN, 75, a widow, is living in the home of Frank M. BELL and wife Sallie SWANN. Sallie is tha daughter of Thomas R.SWANN who may be the brother of Aunt Sarah's husband.
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James DANIEL and Sarah --?--




Husband James DANIEL

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Wife Sarah --?--

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Children
1 M John DANIEL (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M William DANIEL (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Reuben DANIEL

         Born: 1756
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         Died: Bef 16 April 1827 - Spartanburg, South Carolina
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       Spouse: Elizabeth HARRISON
         Marr: 12 December 1781 - Granville County, North Carolina



General Notes: Husband - James DANIEL

From "Original Wills of Granville Co, NC", by Timothy Rackley (posted at http://www.paynedaniel.com/rogerdani/D9.htm#c17505)
"James DANIEL of Granville County, North Carolina, 10 October 1785
To my son John DANIEL a piece of land supposed to be 210 acres ' beginning corner Swet Gum in my Mill pon(d), thence running by an old line of marked trees a North course to a corner White Oak, thence by a new line nearly and East course to the head of a small branch, thence down that to the middle fork of ANDERSON'S Swamp as to the old line, thence by that line South to Philemon HAWKINS' line, thence his line to ANDERSON'S Swamp, thence down the Creek to the first station, Negro man Cuffee, and four head of cattle. To my son Williams DANIEL a piece of land supposed to be 210 acres; beginning at a corner White Oak, thence by a line of marked trees nearly a North course to the Old School House Spring Branch, thence up that to the head, thence by a line of Marked trees nearly an East course to the head of the Deep Spring Branch, thence down that to the middle fork or the old line, thence along the old line South to a new line of marked trees as described for John (DANIEL), thence by his line to the first station, Negro lad Ceasar & girl Silvie, a stearn mare colt & 4 head of cattle. To receive the Negro Silvie after his mother's death. To my son Reuben DANIEL a piece of land supposed to be 210 acres; beginning on the Creek at the mouth of a small branch called the Old School House Spring Branch, thence down the Creek to the back line, thence by the said back line East to a corner, thence South to the line that is described for Williams (DANIEL), thence by his line and the School House Branch to the first station, Negro girl Hanner, a mare called the Bouten mare, 2 head of cattle. The colt in the mare is reserved for my daughter Ann. To my son Richard DANIEL after my wife's decease a piece of land 210 acres including the dwelling and out house where I now live, Negro boy Frank, the old black mare's colt. To my son Joseph DANIEL Negro man Sam, my Mill and two acres of land on each side of the same, my stallion, still, 2 cows & 50 pounds in money to rebuild the mill. My son in law Edmund SMITH Negro boy Sam. Lend to my daughter Mary ROYSTER during her life 3 Negroes Big Rose, Judy, & Delce and after her death to be equally divided between her 3 daughters Lucy, Polly, & Beckey. If either of the children die before coming of age or not have issue, the survivors to share to whole. If they should all die, the rest of her children equally divide the Negroes. To my daughter Ann DANIEL Negro girls Phillis and Milly, the colt the Boulten mare now has in her. To my son in law David ROYSTER 10 shillings. To my beloved wife Sarah DANIEL during her natural life the house and land that in within described for my son Richard (DANIEL), 8 Negroes Old Frank & Hanner, Robin, Joe, Esther, Ben, Little Rose, & Silvie, 5 horse kind named Dick, Bone, Bob, Snip, & the Statesman mare, my wagon and all my stock of cattle, sheep, & hogs, household furniture and plantation tools. My wife give each of my children that lives with me a bed and furniture when they come of age out of her furniture above mentioned. After my wife's decease the cattle lent to her be equally divided between Richard & Ann, Williams have the Negro Silive, the rest of the property lent be equally divided among my daughter except Mary ROYSTER. She shall have an equal share during her life and after her death be equally divided among her children. My beloved wife Sarah DANIEL, Joseph DANIEL, Reubin DANIEL, & John DANIEL, Executors. Wit: Wm GILLIAM, Phil HAWKINS, Isham HARRIS
Signed: James DANIEL (No probate information, recorded copy on pages 452-454 of Will Book 1 shows November Court 1785.)"
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James married Sarah COOKE from about 1750 to 1756 in Granville County, NC. Sarah was born between 1707 and 1753 and died between 1812 and 1813 in Granville County, NC. General Notes: 6/14/1813, 14 Jan. 1813; Feb Ct. 1813. Inv. Est. of Sarah Daniel, Dec'd by John Daniel, Admr. Also acc't. sale Est., 15 Jan 1813. Purchasers: Willie Smith, Mrs Mabry, wife of Reps Mabry, Jesse Cunningham, Dr Joseph Hawkins, John Daniel, Sr., Frankin Moss, James Daniel, David Royster, William Stamper, John Daniel, Jr., James Bullock, William Sims, William Smith, John Cunningham, Harrel Wiggins, Solomon Green, Latner Jones, Samuel Moss. Chesley Daniel, Gideon Harton, Edward Smith, George Flemming Rowland Harris, Thomas Daniel, Dr., John Hare, Charles Flemming & Howell Moss Also lists gifts to Lucy Smith, Nancy Moss, John Daniel & Joseph Daniel.

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William DAWKINS and Sarah --?--




Husband William DAWKINS

         Born: Abt 1703
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         Died: 21 March 1787
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Wife Sarah --?--

         Born: Abt 1705
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         Died: 11 January 1780
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General Notes: Husband - William DAWKINS

145. Headstone. William Dawkins of this parish died March 21 1787 aged 84. Also Sarah Dawkins wife of the above died January 11 1780 aged 75. (http://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk/Research/Libr/MIs/MIsWestWickham/MIsWestWickham.htm)


General Notes: Wife - Sarah --?--

145. Headstone. William Dawkins of this parish died March 21 1787 aged 84. Also Sarah Dawkins wife of the above died January 11 1780 aged 75. (http://www.kentarchaeology.org.uk/Research/Libr/MIs/MIsWestWickham/MIsWestWickham.htm)

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