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Daniell & Ditmore



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John Steven VAN DAM and Shannon Leigh SANDERS




Husband John Steven VAN DAM (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Jim VAN DAM
       Mother: Diane --?--


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Wife Shannon Leigh SANDERS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Michael Scott SANDERS
       Mother: Katherine Louise DITMORE




Children
1 M Chase Steven VAN DAM (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Ashley Noelle VAN DAM (details suppressed for this person)

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William W. SANDERS and Alice UNKNOWN




Husband William W. SANDERS

         Born: Abt 1859 - Alabama
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       Father: Rev. Constantine B. SANDERS (1831-Bef 1920)
       Mother: Anna Duanna WHITE (1832-Bef 1920)


     Marriage: Bef 1893



Wife Alice UNKNOWN

         Born: Abt 1868 - Tennessee
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Children
1 F Bessy SANDERS

         Born: Abt 1893 - Tennessee
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2 F Elise SANDERS

         Born: Abt 1900 - Tennessee
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General Notes: Husband - William W. SANDERS

1910, Stevenson, Jackson, AL, series T624, roll 16, part 3, page 43A, image 3 of 42:
Sanders, Constantine B., 79, M1, 53, AL GA VA, clergyman, home church
Duanah, 78, M1, 53, 8/4, AL VA VA
William W., son, 45, M1, 25, AL AL AL, timberman, timber yard
Alice, dau-in-law, 42, M1, 25, 2/2, TN, AL AL
Bessy, 17, g'dau, TN AL AL
Elise, 10, g'dau, TN AL AL
1920, Stevenson, Jackson, AL, ED 24, roll T625_18, image 47 of 47
Sanders, William W., 56, AL AL AL, timber dealer, public
Alice, 54, AL AL AL
Bessie, 27, AL AL AL, teacher, literary
Elsie, 20, AL AL AL


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Adolphus W. SANFORD and Sophie WALTON




Husband Adolphus W. SANFORD 2761

         Born: 2 May 1811 - Georgia 2761
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         Died: 11 April 1860
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       Father: Jesse SANFORD, RS (Abt 1763-1827) 424
       Mother: Martha Goodwin MITCHELL (Abt 1771-1827) 424


     Marriage: Cir 1830



Wife Sophie WALTON 2761

         Born: Abt 1818 - Georgia 2761
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Children
1 F Elizabeth SANFORD

         Born: Cir 1833
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       Spouse: Walker RICHARDSON
         Marr: Cir 1850


2 F Martha SANFORD 2761

         Born: Abt 1835 - Georgia 2761
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3 F Octavia SANFORD 2761

         Born: Abt 1849 - Georgia 2761
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General Notes: Husband - Adolphus W. SANFORD

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, Division 23; Series M432 Roll: 1 Page: 213: 1585 1629 A. W. SANFORD 39 M Farmer 23,000 GA; Sophia 32 F GA; Martha 15 F GA; Octavia 1 F GA.
Next door is Adolphus' Aunt Kitty MITCHELL, wife of his uncle Julius C. B. MITCHELL, desceased.
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Jeremiah SANFORD




Husband Jeremiah SANFORD 3476

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Children
1 F Mildred Washington SANFORD 3476

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       Spouse: Israel PALMER 3476



General Notes: Husband - Jeremiah SANFORD

"In the year 1800, Jeremiah SANFORD moved to Georgia and settled near Greensboro, where he was buried in 1823. On his tomb are these words: "Jeremiah Sanford. A Soldier of the Revolution, a friend of Washington, and an honest man." (History of Baldwin County, Georgia, p. 481-482)
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Colonel John William Augustus SANFORD, Jr., CSA and Sarah Maria TAYLOR




Husband Colonel John William Augustus SANFORD, Jr., CSA 424,1245

         Born: 3 November 1825 - Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia 424,2912
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         Died: 7 August 1913 - Montgomery, Greene County, Alabama 424
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       Father: Major General John William Augustus SANFORD (1798-1870) 896
       Mother: Marianna Ridley BLOUNT (      -      ) 896


     Marriage: 7 March 1860 - Alabama



Wife Sarah Maria TAYLOR 424,1245,2265

         Born: 30 November 1835 - South Carolina 2912
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         Died: After 15 April 1910 1246
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       Father: Colonel William Henry TAYLOR (1801-1879) 424,1814,1815
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth HAILS (1810-1898) 1814




Children
1 M John William Augustus SANFORD III 424,1244

         Born: November 1864 - Alabama 1244
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       Spouse: Minnie SMOOT 424,1244,1245
         Marr: Abt 1884



General Notes: Husband - Colonel John William Augustus SANFORD, Jr., CSA

John William Augustine Sanford, Attorney General: 1865-1868, 1870-1872, 1874-1878
Sanford, John William Augustine, colonel 60th Alabama infantry regiment, C.S. Army, attorney general of Alabama, lawyer, clerk of State supreme court, was born November 3, 1825, in Milledgeville, Ga., and died August 7, 1913, in Montgomery; son of John William Augustine and Marianne Ridley (Blount) Sanford, of Milledgeville, Ga., the former was born about 1798 in Hancock County, where he received his early education, afterwards completed a course of instruction in Yale college, was aide-de-camp to General Floyd in the celebrated controversy between that officer and President Adams in 1827, in 1832 was elected major-general by the legislature of Georgia, and as such commanded the Georgia troops in the Creek War of 1836, prior to this war had been elected a member of the Federal congress but resigned without taking his seat, at the earnest request of President Andrew Jackson, in order that he might serve the government as certifying agent of the sale of the Creek lands, was afterwards secretary of state of Georgia, in 1861 was the commissioner of Georgia to Alabama and Texas, at the commencement of the war resigned his office of major-general, volunteered as a private in the "Baldwin Blues" which formed a part of the 4th Georgia infantry regiment, and went with that organization to Virginia, was offered the command of the post of honor, but as he was well known to many of the officers of the regiment at Norfolk he was made aide-de-camp to Major-General Huger; grandson of captain Jesse and Martha Goodwyn (Mitchell) Sanford, the former a civil engineer by profession, and an officer in the Revolutionary Army under Washington. After the revolution he emigrated with his family to Hancock County, Ga., and of Col. Richard Augustus Blount of Southampton, Va.; great-grandson of William and Rachel (Medford) Sanford, of Loudoun County, Virginia. John William Augustine Sanford, jr. received his early education in the schools of Milledgeville and in Midway, near that city. He then attended Oglethorpe university, from which he was graduated November 13, 1844, with the degree of B. A. In July 1851, he was graduated from Harvard unversity with the degree of B. L. and in July, 1878, received from the University of Alabama, the degree of LL.D. He was admitted to the bar, October 19, 1852, and located, for the practice of his profession in Montgomery, which was thenceforth his home. He built up a lucrative practice in Montgomery and in the adjoining counties, in the Federal courts and in the supreme court of Alabama. In 1856 he was an elector on the Buchanan and Breckenridge ticket and as such he thoroughly canvassed the third congressional ticket. A States Rights Democrat of the strictest sect, four years later, he used every exertion to secure the election of Breckenridge and Lane and on the election of Mr. Lincoln he advocated secession as the only resort left to Alabama to protect her rights. He was elected attorney general of the state in November, 1865. In 1868 he and others were displaced by General Meade, the commander of the military district, to make room for others under the reconstruction government established by Congress. Upon his removal, General Sanford wrote a letter to General Meade, asserting the right of Alabama to establish a goverment for herself, commenting on the iniquity of the reconstruction laws, and protesting against the tyranny and usurpation of the Federal authorities. This letter was widely published and everywhere met the approval of the people with the result that in 1870, he was renominated for attorney general and in the following November was elected by a large popular vote. He was re-elected in 1874 and again in 1876, but in 1878 he declined another nomination. December 1, 1880, he was tendered the clerkship of the supreme court, which he accepted and held until his resignation, November 5, 1892. In 1896 he was elector for the State at large on the Bryan and Sewell ticket, and on April 23, 1901, was elected delegate from Montgomery County to the constitutional convention. This was his last public service extending over a period of near fifty years. On April 2, 1861, he joined as a private, Co. F, 3rd Alabama infantry regiment, but was soon promoted to assistant quartermaster with the rank of captain on the staff of Col. J. M. Withers and later on the staff of Col. Tennant Lomax of the same regimant. He served in this capacity until March, 1862, when he was authorized by the secretary of war to return to Alabama and raise a regiment. He was elected lieutenant colonel of the 3rd batallion, Hilliard's Legion, on June 25, 1862, and on November 25, 1863 was promoted colonel of the 60th Alabama infantry regiment, which formed a part of Gracie's brigade. He served through the East Tennessee campaign,and was with the brigade in the engagements around Richmond and Drury's Bluff and in all the engagements prior to the surrender at Appomattox Courthouse. He was an Episcopalian. Author: compiled the code of the city of Montgomery in 1860, 1861, and reported the 59th volume of the sessions of the supreme court of Alabama in 1879 and left numerous manuscripts of addresses before colleges, academies, and Confederate camps, all of high literary merit, and well worthy of publication. Married: March 7, 1860, in Montgomery to Sallie Maria, daughter of Col. William H. Taylor. Children: 1. John W. A. Sanford, III, who married Minnie Smoot, of Mobile, and died, leaving a family of several children. Last residence: Montgomery.
From: Thomas McAdory Owen. History of Alabama and Dictionary of Alabama Biography. (Spartanburg: The Reprint Company Publishers, 1978, reprint 1921), iv, 1500-1501. (http://www.archives.state.al.us/conoff/sanford_jwa.html)

"60th Alabama Infantry Regiment
The 60th Alabama Regiment was formed by consolidating four companies of the First Battalion of Hilliard's Legion with six companies of the Third Battalion. The First Battalion, seven companies, went out with Jack Thorington of Montgomery as lieutenant colonel, and John H. Holt of Montgomery as major [Thorington succeeded Hilliard as colonel of the Legion, and Holt was thereupon promoted, but he was killed at Chickamauga]; and the Third Battalion, six companies, went out with John W. A. Sanford of Montgomery as lieutenant colonel, and Hatch Cook of Georgia as major. The operations of the Hilliard Legion are given in the memoranda of the 59th Alabama. At Chickamauga, the First Battalion lost 168 killed and wounded of 230 engaged, and the Third Battalion lost 50 killed and wounded of 219 engaged. Organized at Charleston, Tennessee, 25 November 1863, the 60th passed through the winter campaign in East Tennessee. In the spring, it reached Richmond and lost heavily at Drewry's Bluff, where the regiment was complimented on the field by Gen'l Archibald Gracie, as the Third Battalion had been at Chickamauga by Gen'l William Preston of Kentucky. The regiment was in the trenches at Petersburg for eight months, and lost continually by the almost incessant shelling. At White Oak Road and Hatcher's Run, the 60th was fully engaged with many casualties. At Appomattox, the regiment had captured a Union battery when word of the surrender came to them. Their number at that time was 14 officers and 170 men.
Field and Staff Officers: Col. John William Augustine Sanford (Montgomery); Lt. Col. Daniel Shipman Troy (Montgomery; wounded, Drewry's Bluff, Hatcher's Run (where captured)); Major Hatch Cook (Georgia; KIA, White Oak Road); and Adjutant James N. Gilmer (Montgomery)"

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, 2-Wd Montgomery; Series: T9 Roll: 26 Page: 97:
216 223 SANFORD J. W A. W M 53 M Lawyer GA GA VA; -- S. T. W F 43 Wife M Keeping house AL SC SC; TAYLOR M. E. W F 69 Mother-in-law Wd At home SC SC SC; -- Tom W M 41 Brother-in-law S Baggage Master AL SC SC; -- G. W. W M 38 Brother-in-law S (No Occ.) AL SC SC.
Next door is the family of Minnie SMOOT who would later marry John William Augustus SANFORD III:
215 222 SMOOT B. H. W M 46 M (No Occ.) AL MD MD; -- Octavia W F 48 Wife M Keeping house FL -- --; -- Minnie W F 19 Dau S At home AL AL FL; TAYLOR A. J. W M 34 Son-in-law M Jailor AL SC SC; -- C. A. W F 29 Step-Dau M At home AL MD FL; -- Daisey W F 2 GSON(sic) S AL AL AL; TILLMAN Fannie W F Step-Dau S At home LA MD FL.

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, 4-Wd Montgomery; Series: T623 Roll: 33 Page: 165: Line 93 535 --- --- SANFORD John W. A. Head W M Nov 1825 74 M 40 GA GA VA Lawyer; -- Sarah Wife W F Nov 1835 64 M 40 1 1 AL SC SC.

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, 4-Wd Montgomery; Series: T624 Roll: 29 Page: 19: S. Hall St 535 63 80 SANFORD John W. A. Head M W 84 M1 50 GA GA VA None Own income; -- Sallie Wife F W 74 M1 50 2 1 AL SC SC; -- John W. A. Jr. Son M W 45 M1 25 AL GA AL Atty at law; -- Mary Dau-in-law F W 43 M1 25 3 3 AL AL AL; -- John W. GrSon M W 24 M1 2 AL AL AL Clerk Dry goods; -- Madge GrDau-in-law F W 19 M1 2 0 0 AL AL AL; -- Benjamin H. GrSon M W 19 S AL AL AL.
Two homes away is John A. and Belle ELMORE, ages 41 and 27, with children, John, 7, and Jane, 2.


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Maria TAYLOR

Called "Sally". 1245


Notes: Marriage

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John William Augustus SANFORD III and Minnie SMOOT




Husband John William Augustus SANFORD III 424,1244

         Born: November 1864 - Alabama 1244
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       Father: Colonel John William Augustus SANFORD, Jr., CSA (1825-1913) 424,1245
       Mother: Sarah Maria TAYLOR (1835-After 1910) 424,1245,2265


     Marriage: Abt 1884



Wife Minnie SMOOT 424,1244,1245

         Born: Abt 1861 - Alabama 1244
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       Father: Capt. Benjamin Hugh SMOOT, CSA (Abt 1833-1899) 3104
       Mother: Octavia Olivia HOLLINGER (Abt 1831-      ) 3104,4603




Children
1 M John W. SANFORD IV 1244

         Born: July 1885 - Tennessee 1244
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       Spouse: Madge --?-- 1246
         Marr: Abt 1908


2 F Camilla M. SANFORD 1244

         Born: September 1886 - Alabama 1244
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3 M Benjamin H. SANFORD 1244

         Born: August 1889 - Alabama 1244
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General Notes: Husband - John William Augustus SANFORD III

1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, 3-Wd Montgomery; Series: T623 Roll: 33 Page: 125: South Perry St 638 212 238 SANFORD John W. A. Head W M Nov 1864 35 M 15 AL GA AL Lawyer; -- Minnie Wife W F Apl 1867 33 M 15 3 3 AL AL AL; -- John Son W M July 1885 14 S TN AL AL At school; -- Camella M. Dau W F Sept 1886 13 S AL AL AL At school; -- Benjamin H. Son W M S Aug 1889 10 S AL AL AL At school; SMITH Anna B. Servant B F Mar 1867 33 D - 0 0 AL AL AL.

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, 4-Wd Montgomery; Series: T624 Roll: 29 Page: 19: S. Hall St 535 63 80 SANFORD John W. A. Head M W 84 M1 50 GA GA VA None Own income; -- Sallie Wife F W 74 M1 50 2 1 AL SC SC; -- John W. A. Jr. Son M W 45 M1 25 AL GA AL Atty at law; -- Mary Dau-in-law F W 43 M1 25 3 3 AL AL AL; -- John W. GrSon M W 24 M1 2 AL AL AL Clerk Dry goods; -- Madge GrDau-in-law F W 19 M1 2 0 0 AL AL AL; -- Benjamin H. GrSon M W 19 S AL AL AL.


General Notes: Wife - Minnie SMOOT

Minnie, daughter of B. H. [Benjamin Hugh] and Octavia SMOOT, married J. W. A. SANFORD III about 1884. Her father-in-law's family were her next door neighbors in 1880. J. W. A. III was not living in his father's home at that time. Minnie was half sister of C. A. [Cora] TAYLOR, wife of A. J. [Albert] TAYLOR. J. W. A. III was a son of John William Augustus SANFORD, Jr., and Sallie TAYLOR, Albert's sister.

1800 U.S. Census, Alabama, Montgomery County, 2-Wd Montgomery, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 26 Page 97 (Family History Library Film 1254026 NA Film Number T9-0026Page Number 97A, verified): B. H. SMOOT Self M Male W 46 AL MD MD; Octavia SMOOT Wife M Female W 48 FL Keeping --- ---; Minnie SMOOT Dau S Female W 19 AL At Home AL FL; A. J. TAYLOR Son-in-law M Male W 34 AL Jailor SC SC; C. A. TAYLOR Dau M Female W 29 AL At Home MD FL; Daisey TAYLOR GrDau S Female W 2 AL AL AL; Fannie TILLMAN StepDau S Female W 25 LA At Home MD FL. (Note: Daisey is listed as a "Grand Son" on the census page. The LDS transcriber apparently corrected the enumerator's error. RLD)

Minnie is named as "Mary" in the 1910 census of Montgomery County, Alabama.




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Thomas J. SMITH and Sarah SANFORD




Husband Thomas J. SMITH 1728,1729

         Born: 3 February 1846 - Hancock County, Georgia 1729
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         Died: 3 July 1894
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       Father: William C. SMITH (Abt 1812-Bef 1880)
       Mother: Martha Ann Davis BURTON (Abt 1827-1910) 173,3339


     Marriage: 15 December 1869 - Baldwin County, Georgia



Wife Sarah SANFORD 1725,1727

         Born: 19 July 1847 - Georgia 1727
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         Died: 16 June 1926 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1727
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia 1727


       Father: Benjamin F. SANFORD (Abt 1813-      ) 1725
       Mother: Rebecca --?-- (Abt 1818-      ) 1725




Children
1 M Walter SMITH 1729

         Born: Abt 1872 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1729
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2 F Tinella SMITH 1729

         Born: Abt 1874 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1729
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3 F Lillian SMITH 1729

         Born: Abt 1876 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1729
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General Notes: Husband - Thomas J. SMITH

Thomas J. Smith: Residence Hancock County GA; Enlisted on 5/7/1862 as a Private. On 10/26/1861 he mustered into "A" Co. GA 2nd Bttn State Troop. He was Mustered Out on 4/15/1862. On 5/7/1862 he mustered into "I" Co. GA 59th Infantry. He was Surrendered on 4/9/1865 at Appomattox Court House, VA [http://www.georgiagenealogy.org/hancock2/59th.html]

1880 U.S. Census, Baldwin County, 105 Militia Dist; Series: T9 Roll: 133 Page: 172: 622 753 SMITH Thomas W M 34 M Farmer GA GA GA; -- Sarah W F 32 Wife [written over Daughter] M Keeping house GA GA GA; -- Walter W M 8 Son [written over Grandson] S GA GA GA; -- Tinella [? as indexed] W F 6 Daughter S GA GA GA; -- Lillian W F 4 Daughter S GA GA GA. Next door are Sarah's parents, Benjamin and Rebecca SMITH, and siblings.


General Notes: Wife - Sarah SANFORD

Sarah E. SANFORD married Thomas J. SMITH on 15 December 1869 in Baldwin County, Georgia.

"Sallie stated on the confederate widow's pension that Thomas J. Smith died July 3-1894- but I cannot find his obituary in the papers. I did however find a copy of Sallie's father's obituary. He died in July 1897. His name was Benjamin Sanford." [Julia White, Pensacola, Florida, 27 March 2010]

Sallie SANFORD is buried in Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia. Her tombstone, as pictured on Find A Grave Memorial #15892126, created by: Jack Johnson, on Sep 26, 2006, reads:
SALLIE SANFORD
WIFE OF
T. J. SMITH
JULY 19, 1847
JUNE 16, 1926


Notes: Marriage

"I Certify that Thomas Smith and Miss Sallie Sanford were joined in Matrimony by me this 15th day of December 1869. N. B. BINION, Minister." [Excerpt from a copy of a Baldwin County Marriage Certificate in the possession of Julia White, Pensacola, Florida]
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John SANGSTER, Jr. and Caroline WOODSON




Husband John SANGSTER, Jr. 1238

         Born: Abt 1801 - Virginia 428
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       Father: John SANGSTER, Sr. (1773-Cir 1855) 1298
       Mother: Mary COFFER (Between 1770/1780-1853) 1298


     Marriage: 7 October 1821 - Christian County, Kentucky



Wife Caroline WOODSON 428

         Born: 1805 - Virginia 428
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       Father: Daniel WOODSON (1752-Abt 1807)
       Mother: Elizabeth JONES (Abt 1755-1840)




Children
1 F Mary E. SANGSTER 4872

         Born: Abt 1824 - Kentucky 4872
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       Spouse: RICHARDSON


2 M William Henry SANGSTER

         Born: Between 1825 and 1830
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3 M John W. SANGSTER 1236

         Born: Abt 1827 - Tennessee 1237
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       Spouse: M. E. --?-- 1236
         Marr: Abt 1857


4 M James M. SANGSTER 428

         Born: Abt 1828 - Tennessee 1805
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       Spouse: Sarah --?-- 1805


5 M George SANGSTER 428

         Born: Abt 1835 - Tennessee 428
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6 F Martha A. SANGSTER 428

         Born: Abt 1837 - Tennessee 428
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7 M Francis Marion SANGSTER 428,4885

         Born: Abt 1840 - Tennessee 4872
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8 M Reuben Burrow SANGSTER 427,428

         Born: 26 June 1840 - Tennessee 3709
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         Died: 31 May 1920 - Kensett, Arkansas
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Eliza Anderson COLEMAN
         Marr: 4 January 1861 - Haywood County, Tennessee


9 F Sarah J. SANGSTER 428

         Born: Abt 1843 - Tennessee 428
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10 M Miller W. SANGSTER 428

         Born: Abt 1845 - Tennessee 428
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11 F Catherine E. SANGSTER 428

         Born: Abt 1847 - Tennessee 428
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12 F Caroline SANGSTER 428

         Born: Abt 1849 - Tennessee 428
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13 F Emily SANGSTER

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General Notes: Husband - John SANGSTER, Jr.

John SANGSTER, Jr. married Caroline WOODSON, probably before 1820 based on the five children under 10 in their household in the 1830 census.

The family picture by 1840 is derived from enumerations of the 1830 and 1840 censuses.

1830 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Davidson County; Series: M19 Roll: 174 Page: 234:
SANGSTER John 2 2 . . 1 . . . . . . . . ||1 . . . 1 . .
Reads: 2 males under 5 (William Henry & Robert Daniel); 2 males 5-10; 1 male 20-30 (John, Jr); 1 female under 5 (Mary Elizabeth); 1 female 20-30 (Caroline WOODSON).

1840 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Haywood County; Series: M704 Roll: 522 Page: 422:
John SANGSTER Jr 2 2 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . || 1 . . 1 . 1
Reads: 2 males under 5; 2 males 5-10; 1 male 10-15; 1 male 15-20; 1 male 30-40 John, Jr.; 1 female under 5; 1 female 15-20; 1 female 30-40 (Caroline).

1850 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Haywood County, Brownsville; Series: M432 Roll: 883 Page: 105: 1412 1412 John SANGSTER Jnr. 49 M Farming 2000 VA; Caroline 45 F VA; James 22 M Farming TN; George 15 M TN; Martha 13 F TN; Samuel 11 M TN; Reubin 9 M TN; Francis 9 M TN; Sarah 7 F TN; Miller 5 M TN; Catherine 3 F TN; Caroline 1 F TN.

Haywood County Tennessee: Will Book E, p. 102 -104:
I, John Sangster 16 November 1858
February Term 1859
Tract of Land know as the Nolan Place where my son, John lives to be sold as well as my Negro Woman, Ellen
Son, James M. Sangster has been advanced $1,000.00
Each of my Married Children shall receive an equal advance, $1,000.00
John W. Sangster Having received $500.00, to get $500.00 more.
William Henry Sangster , Having received 400.00 shall get $600.00 more
George Sangster, having received $350.00 to received $650.00 more
Daughter, Mary E. Richardson has not had an advance and she is to get $1,000.00 and is to be paid before any of the aforesaid children receive any part of their legacy.
The remainder of my estate both real and personal except what may be necessary for payment of my debts shall be kept together and in the hands of my dear wife, Caroline Sangster to be Mananged and controlled by her during widowhood, and after the support of herself and family, the proceeds of the crops to the advancement of any remaining children to wit: Martha A., Sara J., Francis, Reuben, Miller, Kitty E. And Emily Sangster and each of these last mentioned children shall receive from their mother $1,000.00 each to make them equal with the other afore mentioned children.
When any one or more of my minor children shall come of age or marry and if my wife does not have money on hand to make the advancements in this section mrntioned , my executor is hereby authorized without the decree of any court to sell one or more of my slaves as shall be necessary.
I appoint my brother, William Sangster, my executor.
Witnesses: James W. Strother John Sangster L.S. Henry Sangster
(http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=theresavan&id=I121)


General Notes: Wife - Caroline WOODSON

Caroline WOODSON married John SANGSTER, Jr. She is named in the 16 November 1858 LW&T of her husband: "The remainder of my estate both real and personal except what may be necessary for payment of my debts shall be kept together and in the hands of my dear wife, Caroline SANGSTER to be Managed and controlled by her during widowhood..."
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John Franklin SNIDER and Julia Emma SANGSTER




Husband John Franklin SNIDER

          AKA: John S. SNYDER 3630
         Born: 21 November 1855 - Brown County, Ohio
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         Died: 
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     Marriage: 23 March 1898 - Kensett, Arkansas



Wife Julia Emma SANGSTER 3630

         Born: 29 November 1871 - Arkansas 3630
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 December 1963 - Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee
       Buried:  - Roselawn Cemetery, Little Rock, Arkansas


       Father: Reuben Burrow SANGSTER (1840-1920) 427,428
       Mother: Eliza Anderson COLEMAN (1842-      )




Children
1 M Everett Vernon SNIDER 3630

         Born: 7 April 1901 - Kensett, Arkansas 43
   Christened: 
         Died: June 1985 - Pulaski County, Arkansas 43
       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery
       Spouse: Lucile CHAMBERS
         Marr: 22 February 1917 - Arkansas


2 M Harry L. SNIDER 3630

         Born: Abt 1903 3630
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: HONAN (living)


3 F Johnnie Jewell SNIDER 43,3630

         Born: 25 August 1908 43
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 February 2000 43
       Buried: 
       Spouse: WELCH (living)


4 F Ruby N. SNIDER 3630

         Born: 12 July 1904 3630
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M David Franklin SNIDER (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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General Notes: Husband - John Franklin SNIDER

1910 U.S. Census, Arkansas, Pulaski County, 8-Wd Little Rock; Series: T624 Roll: 62 Page: 243: Booker St 1609 30 30 SNYDER John S. Head M W 50 M2 11 OH OH OH Teacher College; -- Sangster Wife F W 38 M1 11 6 4 AR TN NC; -- Everett Son M W 9 S AR OH AR; -- Harry L. Son M W 7 S AR OH AR; -- Ruby N. Dau F W 5 S AR OH AR; -- Johnie J. Dau F W 16/12 S AR OH AR

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George W. WALKER and Mary SANGSTER




Husband George W. WALKER

         Born: 
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         Died: 1907
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Mary SANGSTER

         Born: 
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         Died: 6 February 1940
       Buried: 


       Father: Reuben Burrow SANGSTER (1840-1920) 427,428
       Mother: Eliza Anderson COLEMAN (1842-      )




Children

General Notes: Wife - Mary SANGSTER

Called "Mollie".
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John T. SEVIER and Sarah SANGSTER




Husband John T. SEVIER 3709

         Born: Abt 1807 - Tennessee 3709
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1839



Wife Sarah SANGSTER 3709

         Born: 1822 - Tennessee 3709
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John SANGSTER, Sr. (1773-Cir 1855) 1298
       Mother: Mary COFFER (Between 1770/1780-1853) 1298




Children
1 M John SEVIER 3709

         Born: Abt 1841 - Tennessee 3709
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Sarah J. SEVIER

         Born: Abt 1843 - Tennessee
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Catherine SEVIER 3709

         Born: Abt 1846 - Tennessee 3709
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M James E. SEVIER 3709

         Born: Abt 1849 - Tennessee 3709
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M Robert SEVIER 3709

         Born: Abt 1851 - Tennessee 3709
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F Bettie SEVIER 3709

         Born: Abt 1855 - Tennessee 3709
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John T. SEVIER

1850 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Haywood County, Brownsville; Series: M432 Roll: 883 Page: 2:
20 John T.? SEVIER 42 M Jailor 4000 TN;
Sarah 27 F TN;
Mary A. 17 F TN;
Valentine 13 TN;
(Next page)
Charley H.? SEVIER 11 M TN;
John 9 M TN;
Sarah J. 7 F TN;
Catherine 5 F TN;
Robert SANGSTER 21 M Tailor TN.
Robert lives in the home of John SEVIER and wife Sarah SANGSTER, b. abt 1823, and is thought to be Robert's sister.

1860 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Haywood County, Brownsville; Series: M653 Roll: 1254 Page: 507: John SEVIER 53 M Keeps eatery house 15,000 20,000 TN; Sarah [SANGSTER] 38 F TN; John 19 M TN; Catherine 14 F TN; James E. 11 M TN; Robert 9 M TN; Bettie 5 F TN; E. H. CLAY 22 M Physician TN; Sarah J. 17 F TN; Henry SANGSTER 58 VA; Reuben SANGSTER 19 TN; Adam H. SEVIER 36 M Clerk TN.


General Notes: Wife - Sarah SANGSTER

Sarah SANGSTER married John SEVIER. She, 27 in the 1850 census, is John's second wife, not old enough to be the mother of all the children listed in their household. Mary A., 17, and Valentine, 13, are not likely hers, there may also be a question about whether Charlie, 11, may be hers. John, 9, Sarah, 7, and Catherine, 5, are probably hers.
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Thomas SANGSTER and Mary TILLETT




Husband Thomas SANGSTER

         Born: 1731 - Scotland
   Christened: 
         Died: 1796
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Cir 1770



Wife Mary TILLETT

         Born: 
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       Buried: 


Children
1 M John SANGSTER, Sr. 1298

         Born: 1773 - Virginia 1298,3708
   Christened: 
         Died: Cir 1855 - Tennessee
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary COFFER 1298
         Marr: Bef 1 February 1800


2 M James SANGSTER

         Born: 1777
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M George SANGSTER

         Born: Cir 1779
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F Jane SANGSTER

         Born: Cir 1781
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M Thomas J. SANGSTER

         Born: Cir 1783
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 M Robert SANGSTER

         Born: Cir 1785
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



7 F Mary SANGSTER

         Born: 1788
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



8 M Alexander SANGSTER

         Born: Cir 1790
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Thomas SANGSTER

Fairfax County, Va. - Census - Taxlist of John Gibson 1782:
"Sangster, Thomas 12 [whites] 10 [blacks]" [http://files.usgwarchives.org/va/fairfax/census/1782/1782tax09.txt]


General Notes: Wife - Mary TILLETT

From: "The Tillett/Tellett/ Tillot/Tilet/Tellit Family"
8. Samuel3 Tillett (Giles Vandecasteel2, John1) was born in Prince William Co., VA bef 1725 [Prince William County did not exist at this time. RLD]. Samuel died 1798 in Loudoun Co., VA, at 73 years of age. Will written 20 Aug 1798, proved 10 Sep 1798, Loudoun Co., VA Will Book: F, p. 40.
ABSTRACTS OF VIRGINIA'S NORTHERN NECK WARRANTS & SURVEYS, by Peggy Shomo Joyner:
p. 1 - Sam'll Tillet - 25 Nov 1742 - on line of Bond Veal, Ox Road, John Turley, James Robert, etc.
He married Ann Barry in Prince William Co., VA, aft 1737. Ann was the daughter of Edward Barry and Mary (Unknown) Barry. Ann died bef 1798 in Loudoun Co., VA.
He was listed as a minor in Orphan's Court records in Prince William Co., VA, 22 AUG 1737. John Turley and Edward Barry are appointed guardians of Samuel Tillet, orphan of Giles Tillet, dec.
Samuel registered to pay taxes in Fairfax Co., VA, 1769.
He made a will in Loudoun Co., VA, 10 SEP 1790. Loudoun Co. Will Book F, p. 40. Wife, Jane, children: Mary, Jane Ann, Giles, Samuel, Sarah, Edward, Margaret, James & Elizabeth.
GENEALOGICAL ABSTRACTS FROM 18TH CENTURY VIRGINIA NEWSPAPERS - by Robert K. Headley, Jr., p. 1987:
SAMUEL TILLET, dec'd., his executor, Giles Tillett & Samuel Tillett will sellhis 184 acre plant on Sandy Run in Fairfax Co. 6 miles from Occoquan Mills which is now in the possession of Caleb Stone. - (CMAC 16 Jul 99 1799)
Samuel Tillett and Ann Barry had the following children:
i. James4 Tillett was born in Loudoun Co., VA. He married Hannah Moss in Loudoun Co., VA, 1 Apr 1805.1 Hannah was born in Loudoun Co., VA bef. 1800. Hannah was the daughter of Thomas Moss and Amelia Carter. Hannah died before 1824 in Loudoun Co., VA.
ii. Mary Tillett was born in Loudoun Co., VA. She married Thomas Sangster in Loudoun Co., VA??.
iii. Jane Tillett was born in Loudoun Co., VA. She married Mr. Stone in Loudoun Co., VA??.
iv. Ann Tillett.
v. Giles Tillett. Giles died ca 1815 in Loudoun Co., VA. Will executed 14 Mar 1815. Names wife Honor, children Samuel A., Giles, Sarah (Sally) Strauther, Mary (Polly) Davis Jackson, Mahala Saunders; Margarett (Peggy) Pool; Nancy and Effey Clarke.
vi. Samuel II Tillett was born in Loudoun Co., VA.
vii. Sarah Tillett was born in Loudoun Co., VA. She married Mr. Hammett in Loudoun Co., VA??.
viii. Edward Tillett was born in Loudoun Co., VA.
ix. Margaret Tillett was born in Loudoun Co., VA. She married Mr. Barnett in Loudoun Co., VA??.
x. Elizabeth Tillett was born in Loudoun Co., VA.
(http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~unab22/tillet.htm)
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William SANGSTER




Husband William SANGSTER

         Born: Abt 1807 - Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Father: John SANGSTER, Sr. (1773-Cir 1855) 1298
       Mother: Mary COFFER (Between 1770/1780-1853) 1298


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Martha A. --?-- - Bef 1852



Wife

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Children
1 M Henry Carry SANGSTER 1122,1123

         Born: Abt 1839 - Tennessee 1122
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Minnie RAYNER 1120,1122
         Marr: Abt 1858


2 M Albert C. SANGSTER

         Born: Abt 1844 - Tennessee
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - William SANGSTER

1840 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Haywood County; Series: M704 Roll: 522 Page 395:
SANGSTER John Senr . . . . 1 . 1 . 1 . . . . || . . . . . . . 1
Reads: 1 male 20-30; 1 male 40-50 (Henry? abt 40?); 1 male 60-70 (John?); 1 female 50-60 (Mary?).
Series: M704 Roll: 522 Page: 401:
Wm SANGSTER 1 . . . 1 1 . . . . . . . || . . . . 1
Reads: 1 male under 5; 1 male 15-20; 1 male 20-30; 1 female 20-30.

1850 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Haywood County, Brownsville; Series: M432 Roll: 883 Page: 3:
Line 24 W. SANGSTER 43 Merchant 2000 VA;
Martha A. 35 F NC;
Henry C. 11 M TN;
Albert E. 6 M TN;
E. RUTHERFORD 17 Merchant Clerk TN;
Hellen LEA 11 F TN;
L. JAMES 6 F TN.

William SANGSTER was appointed an executor of the Will of his brother John written 16 November 1858 in Haywood County, Tennessee.

1860 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Haywood County, Brownsville; Series: M653 Roll: 1254 Page: 506:
372 283 Wm SANGSTER 53 M Merchant 11,800 35,700 VA;
-- Martha A. 46 F NC;
-- Albert C. 14 M TN;
-- Wm L. 8 M TN;
Helen LEE 21 F --- 600 TN;
Mary S. JONES 14 F TN;
Robt E. PEEBLES 18 M Clerk TN.

1870 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Haywood County, Brownsville P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1536 Page: 364: Line 18 SANGSTER Wm 63 M W Merchant 14,000 10,000 VAVA
-- Martha 58 F W Keeping house NC;
-- Albert 26 M W Clk in Goods TN (from John Sr's 1850 census?);
-- W. L. 18 M W Clk in Goods TN;
-- Henry 70 M W At home VA;
LEA Helen 25 F W At home TN;
and six boarders. Henry, 70, is William's older brother.
Close by:
Series: M593 Roll: 1536 Page: 364: SANGSTER Henry 31 and wife Minnie 31 and 3 children.

1880 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Haywood County, Brownsville; Series: T9 Roll: 1261 Page: 169:
209 209 SANGSTER Wm W M 73 VA VA VA;
-- M. A. W F 66 Wife NC NC NC;
-- Wm 28 Son TN VA NC;
-- Willie Burke W F 24 Dau Law TN VA VA;
-- Howell W M 2 GrSon TN TN TN;
-- LEE Ellen W F 37 Niece TN NC TN; two servants; five boarders.



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John Thomson SANKEY II and Patience STEPHENS




Husband John Thomson SANKEY II

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     Marriage: Bef 1835



Wife Patience STEPHENS

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Children
1 F Ann John SANKEY 1384,2864

         Born: 19 November 1835 - Montgomery County, Alabama 1384,4083
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 August 1910
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Capt. George William DAWSON, C.S.A. 1301,2863
         Marr: 13 January 1858



General Notes: Husband - John Thomson SANKEY II

See: http://southernfamilymergers.com/mcdaniel/p8.htm


General Notes: Wife - Patience STEPHENS

See: http://southernfamilymergers.com/mcdaniel/p8.htm
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Rev. Richard SANKEY and Sarah THOMPSON




Husband Rev. Richard SANKEY 1383

         Born: Bef 1715 - Ireland 1383
   Christened: 
         Died: 1788 - Prince Edward County, Virginia
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Cir 1737 - Lancaster County, Pennsylvania



Wife Sarah THOMPSON 1383

         Born: Abt 1720 - Scotland 1383
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Sarah SANKEY

         Born: 1740 - Lewes, Sussex County, Delaware
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Elizabeth Esther SANKEY

         Born: Abt 1742 - Lewes, Sussex County, Delaware
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Joseph PARKS
         Marr: 21 May 1764


3 F Unknown SANKEY

         Born: Cir 1744 - Lewes, Sussex County, Delaware
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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4 F Margaret SANKEY

         Born: Abt 1746 - Lewes, Sussex County, Delaware
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M Dr. John Thompson SANKEY

         Born: Abt 1748 - Lewes, Sussex County, Delaware
   Christened: 
         Died: 1811 - Greene County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ann DANIEL



General Notes: Husband - Rev. Richard SANKEY

Richard SANKEY is of interest because of a possible connection to the SANKEY line through the wife or wives of James O'DANIEL (DANIELL/L) of Fairfax County, Virginia.

From "Caveliers and Pioneers," p. 168, Patent Book No., 6 (VA): MR. THO. MEAD. 640 acs., New Kent Co., N. side of Mattapony Riv., upon branches of Peanketank maine Sw., about 2 mi. from Mr. Tho. HOLMES; 6 Oct. 1675, p. 570. On Timber Br., along lland of Johnn PICC & Jno. MADDISON. Granted to Cornelius REYNOLDS 6 June 1664, assigned to Richd. SANKEY, who assigned to sd. MEAD. 8 Jan 1673."

Rev. Richard Sankey (b. pre 1715-1788) - "Richard Sankey, a theological student from Ireland, was taken under the care of the Presbytery of Donegal (Western Pennsylvania) in 1731. In 1737 he was called to the Hanover Congregation <prespres.htm> and was ordained August, 1738. In 1756, the entire region was greatly harrassed by Indian wars and in 1757, with a great part of his congregation, he settled on Buffalo Creek, in Prince Edward County, Virginia. Buffalo Church is one of the oldest churches in the Prince Edward region, and near the church for a long time was a trading place called 'Londonderry.' Richard Sankey lived to be an old man, dying a few months before the organization of the Synod of Virginia in 1788-- he had been designated the first moderator. In 1775, Richard Sankey was of the first Board of Trustees of Hampden Sydney Academy <Presinst.htm>. It is recorded that he like to use Hebrew in the pulpit. He was the son-in-law of the Rev. John Thompson <Presbiot.htm> (no compromise Old School man), who while settled in the territory of Prince Edward County, composed in 1748 the earliest book to come out of that territory, "An Explication of the Shorter Catechism." John Sankey, the son of Richard Sankey [see Prince Edward County Will Books] was likely a minister himself. It is probably he spent his life in the South. In 1827 Richard T[hompson] Sankey of Georgia graduated in medicine at the University of Pennsylvania." (http://mal.net/EarlyPresbyterians/presbios.htm)

"The author of the petitions is not identified. One theory is that the Rev. Richard Sankey wrote both petitions. He had been the pastor of a Presbyterian Church in Hanover Township, Lancaster [now Dauphin] County, Pennsylvania. His church was located near Manada Gap used by Indian raiders to reach exposed frontier settlements and in 1758 Sankey and many of his parishioners moved to the relative safety of North Carolina. Pastor and people moved again the following year to Prince Edward County, Virginia. His migrations would fit the situation described in the petitions. Whoever wrote it, someone took it to all ten of the centers of Scotch-Irish settlement that the petitions identified as congregations without pastors. It took considerable organization to garner 800 signatures in the backcountry." (http://www.electricscotland.com/familytree/magazine/decjan2003/ulster_roots.htm)

Searching for the parents of Margaret Calhoun who married Giles William Sankey, April 1748, Wilmington, New Castle Del., Holy Trinity or Old Sweedes Church. Any info sincerely appreciated. Known children of this couple: Martha Sankey, Lydia Sankey, William Sankey.--Were there others? Lydia Sankey, daughter of Giles and Margaret Calhoun Sankey. Other known children: Martha, born about 1755, who married "Jipe" Sturgeon, and William Sankey. Appreciate adding any other info, available! (Posted by: Jaunita Cain (ID *****9829) Date: June 21, 2006 In Reply to: Re: Chester, PA Sankeys? , http://genforum.genealogy.com/sankey/messages/306.html)

"Rev. Richard Sankey, and thirty-five families moved from Paxtang Pennsylvania to Buffaloe River, Prince Edward Co., Virginia in the summer of 1759. A series of Indian raids and massacres, which took the lives of fourteen members of his congregation was the main reason for the migration. On October 9, 1759 he purchased 400 acres adjacent to Robert Baker's. He was the author of The Petition of Sundry Inhabitants of Prince Edward County to the President and House of Delegates of Virginia dated October 11, 1776 praying for complete religious and civil liberty and pledging loyalty to the government of the United States." [2007-09-16, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=bobbaker&id=I25337]
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Henry SAONE




Husband Henry SAONE

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Wife

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Children
1 F Judith SAONE 3105

         Born: 
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       Spouse: Major Peter FIELD 3105
         Marr: Cir 1678
       Spouse: Henry RANDOLPH



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John SASNETT and Sallie WELLS




Husband John SASNETT (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Sallie WELLS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Thomas WELLS (      -      )
       Mother: Mildred TUCKER (      -      )




Children

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George Elliott WALKER and Julia Borden SASNETT




Husband George Elliott WALKER 2013

         Born: Abt 1857 - Georgia 2013
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Elliott R. WALKER (      -      )
       Mother: Mary Delilah GARRARD (      -      )


     Marriage: Bef 1882



Wife Julia Borden SASNETT

         Born: Abt 1860 - Georgia 2013
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Pembroke SASNETT (1833-      )
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth ADAMS (1839-1907)




Children
1 F Annie WALKER 2013

         Born: Abt 1879 - Hancock County, Georgia 2013
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Jessie Borden WALKER

         Born: 9 October 1882 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 February 1975 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Zebulon Methodist Church Cemetery, Hancock County, Georgia
       Spouse: William Walton DAVIS 1010
         Marr: 3 June 1900 - Hancock County, Georgia



General Notes: Husband - George Elliott WALKER

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 118 Militia District, 1 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll: 151 Page: 323: Line 17 393 458 WALKER Geo W M 23 M Farmer GA GA GA; " Julia W F 20 Wife M Keeping house GA GA GA; " Annie W F 1 Dau GA GA GA.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia Hancock County, 118-Militia District, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 203 Page: 192: Line 10 WALKER George E. Head W M Nov 1858 41 M 22 GA GA GA Farmer; -- Julia B. Wife W F Nov 1859 40 M 22 5 2 GA GA GA; -- Jessie B. Dau W F Oct 1881 18 S GA GA GA; -- Lurial L. Dau W F Sept 1890 9 S GA GA GA; AMOUR Mary D. Mother W F Nov 1835 64 Wd - 1 1 GA GA GA; SASNETT Mary E. Mother W F Aug 1839 90 Wd - 1 1 GA GA GA; DAVIS, Wm W. Son-in-law W M Jun 1877 23 S GA GA GA Farm laborer.
(NOTES: Jesse B. WALKER married William W. DAVIS on 3 June 1900, two days after the census information cutoff date. Mary E. SASNETT is the mother of Julia B. WALKER. Mary D. AMOUR is the mother of George E. WALKER, apparently remarried to an AMOUR and widowed for a second time. The next door neighbor is Carrie DANNIEL, 69, Aunt, widow of Arthur R. DANIELL, living in the household of Miss CLAUD A. CALAWAY and two of her brothers. William's mother was Martha Ann DANIELL, Arthur 's sister. RLD)


General Notes: Wife - Julia Borden SASNETT

"5. George E. Walker Julia Sasnet 1871 Trans. Reynolds Chapel E.G. Murrah (Tre.Devereau, 12-18,1905 9-20-1931)" Register of Members of Zebulon Methodist Church, South - Hancock County, Georgia, pg. 13-21, Margarette Goldsby Gaissert, Compiler, Extractor and Publisher, Transcribed by Scott O. Fraser,(sofraser@aol.com), as understood from text (May 2006)
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Harold Bradford SMITH and Ruth Magarite SASSER




Husband Harold Bradford SMITH

         Born: 30 January 1923 - Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 February 1999 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Greenwood Memorial Park, Rapides Parish, Louisiana


       Father: James A. SMITH (Abt 1895-      )
       Mother: Lillian Pearl BRADFORD (1895-1955)


     Marriage: Abt 1955



Wife Ruth Magarite SASSER

         Born: 8 February 1927 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 February 2010 - Harris County, Texas
       Buried: 3 March 2010 - Greenwood Memorial Park, Rapides Parish, Louisiana


Children
1 M Harold Bradford SMITH, Jr.

         Born: 30 October 1957 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 March 2011 - Harris County, Texas
       Buried:  - Greenwood Memorial Park, Rapides Parish, Louisiana
       Spouse: Kathy CHANDLER (living)


2 F Sheila Frances SMITH

         Born: 8 August 1961 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 January 2012 - Rapides Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 10 January 2012 - Greenwood Memorial Park, Rapides Parish, Louisiana




General Notes: Husband - Harold Bradford SMITH

Harold B. Smith of Alexandria, Louisiana, is named as a surviving son in the December 1955 obituary of Pearl B. Smith.

Harold Bradford Smith, I, is buried in Sec 4, Lot 24, Greenwood Memorial Park, Pineville, Rapides Parish, Louisiana. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 48980188:

HAROLD BRADFORD SMITH
JANUARY 30, 1923
FEBRUARY 13, 1999

The memorial lists his death in Alexandria, Rapides Parish, Louisiana, and links to memorials for his mother, his wife and two children.


General Notes: Wife - Ruth Magarite SASSER

Ruth Margarite Sasser Smith is buried in Sec.4, Lot 24, Gr.9, Greenwood Memorial Park, Pineville, Rapides Parish, Louisiana. A pivture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 48980160:

RUTH SASSER SMITH
FEBRUARY 8, 1927
FEBRUARY 27, 2010
BLESS YOUR HEART
BRAD 1957 AND SHEILA 1961

The memorial presents this obituary:
Funeral services for Ruth Sasser Smith will be held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, March 3, 2010, in the Chapel of Hixson Brothers, Alexandria with the Reverend David Boothe and Dr. Lee Weems officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park Cemetery, Pineville. Visitation will be on Tuesday, March 2, 2010 from 4 to 9 p.m. at Hixson Brothers, Alexandria, and Wednesday from noon until time of service.
Mrs. Smith, 83 of Alexandria, died on Saturday, February 27, 2010 in Katy, Texas. She was born February 8, 1927 in Deville to the union of Agnes Mabou and Richard J. Sasser. She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church, Alexandria and was retired from the Rapides Parish School Board in the Special Education Department. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold Bradford Smith, Sr., her parents and seven brothers, Morris, James, Herman, Jewell, Frank, Arnie and Ralph Sasser. Those left to cherish her memory is her son, Harold Bradford Smith, Jr. and wife Kathy Chandler of Katy, Texas, daughter, Sheila Frances Smith of DeRidder; three grandchildren, Trey Bradford, Miranda Lee and Andrew Patton Smith all of Katy, Texas; brother, Clyde Sasser and wife, Mary Jane of Decatur, Alabama and sister, Ruby Stephens of Gardner. Pallbearers honored to serve are Trey Smith, Cerry Mabou, Steve Sasser, Scott Sasser, Milton Sasser, Sam Fowlkes, Bobby Smith, and Glen Stephens. Honorary pallbearers are Miranda Smith, Richard Sasser, R.D. Sasser and Gordon Newton. (The Town Talk, Alexandria, LA - 3/3/10)

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SATCHER and Danny WATSON




Husband SATCHER

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     Marriage: Bef 1806



Wife Danny WATSON

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       Father: Arthur WATSON (      -Bef 1806)
       Mother: Sarah --?-- (      -After 1828)




Children

General Notes: Husband - SATCHER

See LW&T, of Arthur WATSON, father of his wife, Danny WATSON, proved 12 September 1806.


General Notes: Wife - Danny WATSON

See LW&T, of Arthur WATSON, father, proved 12 September 1806.
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Dr. Weems Aurelius SAUCIER and Margaret Watts TALBOTT




Husband Dr. Weems Aurelius SAUCIER 43

         Born: 16 November 1891 43
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         Died: December 1978 - Ohio 43
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Margaret Watts TALBOTT 43,1579

         Born: 15 June 1894 - Kentucky 43,1579
   Christened: 
         Died: December 1989 - Ohio 43
       Buried: 


       Father: Thomas Barbee TALBOTT (1861-1940) 1579,1582
       Mother: Annie Marvin HUNTER (1872-      ) 1579,1580




Children

General Notes: Husband - Dr. Weems Aurelius SAUCIER

"WEEMS SAUCIER 16 Nov 1891 Dec 1978 43221 (Columbus, Franklin, OH ) (none specified) 514-30-1271 Kansas" (SSDI)


General Notes: Wife - Margaret Watts TALBOTT

"MARGARET T SAUCIER 15 Jun 1894 20 Dec 1989 43221 (Columbus, Franklin, OH ) (none specified) 270-62-9901 Ohio" (SSDI)
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Edward SAUNDERS




Husband Edward SAUNDERS

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         Died: Abt 1669 - Northumberland County, Virginia
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Wife

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Children
1 M Ebenezer SAUNDERS (details suppressed for this person)

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Charles SAVANO




Husband Charles SAVANO (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Rosalie Joan SAVANO (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Arthur SAVANO (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Vincent SAVANO (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Leo SAVANO (details suppressed for this person)

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Evans Hinson SCARBOROUGH and Dorothy WARREN




Husband Evans Hinson SCARBOROUGH 2585

         Born: 15 April 1908 - Alabama 1428,2585
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       Buried:  - Mt. Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama


       Father: James Elliott SCARBOROUGH, Sr. (1878-1953) 2585
       Mother: Martha R. HINSON (1880-1970) 2585,2586


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Wife Dorothy WARREN (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Evans Hinson SCARBOROUGH

"SCARBOROUGH, Evans Hinson, 4-15-1908, 2-11-1948" Mount Willing Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama Lowndes County Road 45 South Made available to The USGenWeb Archives by Cheryl Harrell - har7548@htcnet.net, http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/al/lowndes/cemeteries/mtwill.txt)
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James Elliott SCARBOROUGH, Jr. and Isabel Agnita WISSELL




Husband James Elliott SCARBOROUGH, Jr. 2585

         Born: 26 July 1906 - Alabama 2585
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       Buried:  - Westview Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia


       Father: James Elliott SCARBOROUGH, Sr. (1878-1953) 2585
       Mother: Martha R. HINSON (1880-1970) 2585,2586


     Marriage: Bef 1936



Wife Isabel Agnita WISSELL

         Born: 1909 - Shoreham, New Hampshire
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         Died: 1992
       Buried:  - Westview Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia


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1 F Nancy SCARBOROUGH (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Stephen Pierre "Pete" COTTREAUX


2 F Isabel SCARBOROUGH (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M James Elliott SCARBOROUGH III (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Evans Hinson SCARBOROUGH (details suppressed for this person)

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SHEFFIELD and Mary Frances SCARBROUGH




Husband SHEFFIELD (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary Frances SCARBROUGH (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: William Jack SCARBROUGH (      -Bef 2008)
       Mother: Wilma Irene BURNEY (1925-2008)




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Michael Ray WALDEN, Sr. and Deborah Ann SCHAFER




Husband Michael Ray WALDEN, Sr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Milton Othel WALDEN, Sr.
       Mother: Alice HILDEBRANDT


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Wife Deborah Ann SCHAFER (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Michael Ray WALDEN, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Jayson C. WALDEN (details suppressed for this person)

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James L. SCHAFF and Ella May SHREVE




Husband James L. SCHAFF

         Born: 1849 - Albemarle County, Virginia
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     Marriage: 26 May 1880 - Fairfax County, Virginia



Wife Ella May SHREVE

         Born: 20 June 1857 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: 29 December 1882
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       Father: William Henry SHREVE (1812-1890)
       Mother: Mary SOUTHERN (1818-1904)




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General Notes: Wife - Ella May SHREVE

Ella M. Shreve, 22, married James L. Schaaff, 31, on 26 May 1880 in Falls Church, Fairfax County, Virginia. Ella, single, daughter of William and Mary Shreve, was born in Fairfax County, Virgina in 1858. James, single, son of John and Martha M. Schaaff, was born in Charlottesville, Virginia in 1849. ["Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRQ4-1Z9 : accessed 19 Jul 2013), Mary Shreve in entry for James L. Schaaff and Ella M. Shreve, 26 May 1880.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 46769974


Notes: Marriage

Ella M. Shreve, 22, married James L. Schaaff, 31, on 26 May 1880 in Falls Church, Fairfax County, Virginia. Ella, single, daughter of William and Mary Shreve, was born in Fairfax County, Virgina in 1858. James, single, son of John and Martha M. Schaaff, was born in Charlottesville, Virginia in 1849. ["Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRQ4-1Z9 : accessed 19 Jul 2013), Mary Shreve in entry for James L. Schaaff and Ella M. Shreve, 26 May 1880.]
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Hans SCHENCK




Husband Hans SCHENCK

         Born: 1470 - Rothenbach, Bern, Switzerland
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1 M Johannes SCHENCK

         Born: 1505 - Rothenbach, Bern, Switzerland
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General Notes: Husband - Hans SCHENCK

"Hans SCHENK-1. He was born 1470 in Rothenbach, Bern, Switzerland." [Register Report for Hans Schenk, http://s143848239.onlinehome.us/History/ShankTree.pdf]
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Johannes SCHENCK




Husband Johannes SCHENCK

         Born: 1505 - Rothenbach, Bern, Switzerland
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       Father: Hans SCHENCK (1470-After 1505)
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1 M Hans SCHENCK

         Born: 1530 - Emmental, Bern, Switzerland
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         Died: After 1564 - Eggiwil, Bern, Switzerland
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       Spouse: Elsbeth NEUESCHWANDER
         Marr: Bef 1564



General Notes: Husband - Johannes SCHENCK

"Johannes SCHENCK (Hans SCHENK-1). His birth 1505 in Rothenbach, Bern, Switzerland (Details: 1 Footnote: Online publication - Ancestry.com. OneWorldTree [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc.)." [Register Report for Hans Schenk, http://s143848239.onlinehome.us/History/ShankTree.pdf]
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Michael SCHENCK, Jr. and Anna STAUFFER




Husband Michael SCHENCK, Jr.

         Born: 21 September 1639 - Eggiwil, Rothenbach, Bern, Switzerland
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         Died: 1707 - Ibersheim, Palatine, Germany
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       Father: Michael SCHENCK, Sr. (1590-1672)
       Mother: Anna STAUFFER (1602-1672)


     Marriage: 21 September 1660 - Eggiwil, Bern, Switzerland



Wife Anna STAUFFER

         Born: 1643 - Eggiwil, Rothenbach, Bern, Switzerland
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         Died: 1707 - Ibersheim, Worms, Germany
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       Father: Hans STAUFFER (Cir 1618-      )
       Mother: Magdalene NEUESCHWANDER (Cir 1620-      )




Children
1 M Christian SCHENCK

         Born: 15 June 1662 - Eggiwil, Bern, Switzerland
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         Died: 22 November 1724 - Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
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       Spouse: Barbara BRACKBILL
         Marr: Bef 1692



General Notes: Husband - Michael SCHENCK, Jr.

"Michael SCHENCK Jr-6 (Michael SCHENCK Sr-5, Ulrich SCHENCK-4, Hans SCHENCK-3, Johannes SCHENCK-2, Hans Schenk-1). He was born on 21 Sep 1639 in Eggiwill, Rothenback, Canton of Bern Switzerland. He died 1707 in Ibersheim, Palatine Germany. Burial Unknown. Michael SCHENCK Jr and Anna STAUFFER. They were married on 21 Sep 1660 in Eggiwil, Bern, Switzerland. They had 4 children." [Register Report for Hans Schenk, http://s143848239.onlinehome.us/History/ShankTree.pdf]


General Notes: Wife - Anna STAUFFER

"Anna STAUFFER is the daughter of Hans STAUFFER and Magdalene NEUESCHWANDER. She was born 1643 in Eggiwill, Rothenback, Canton of Bern Switzerland. She died 1707 in Ibersheim, Worms, Germany. Burial Unknown." [Register Report for Hans Schenk, http://s143848239.onlinehome.us/History/ShankTree.pdf]
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Michael SCHENCK, Sr. and Anna STAUFFER




Husband Michael SCHENCK, Sr.

         Born: 22 June 1590 - Rothenbach, Bern, Switzerland
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       Father: Ulrick SCHENCK (1564-1593)
       Mother: Annali Ritz RYTZ (1568-1593)


     Marriage: Abt 1620



Wife Anna STAUFFER

         Born: 6 May 1602 - Eggiwil, Rothenbach, Bern, Switzerland
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         Died: 1 January 1672 - Ibersheim, Worms, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany
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       Father: Andreas STAUFFER (Cir 1578-      )
       Mother: Adelheid SCHNYDER (Cir 1580-      )




Children
1 M Michael SCHENCK, Jr.

         Born: 21 September 1639 - Eggiwil, Rothenbach, Bern, Switzerland
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         Died: 1707 - Ibersheim, Palatine, Germany
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       Spouse: Anna STAUFFER
         Marr: 21 September 1660 - Eggiwil, Bern, Switzerland



General Notes: Husband - Michael SCHENCK, Sr.

"Michael SCHENCK Sr-5 (Ulrich SCHENCK-4, Hans SCHENCK-3, Johannes SCHENCK-2, Hans SCHENK-1). He was born on 22 Jun 1590 in Rothenbach, Canton Of, Bern, Switzerland. He died1672 in Ibersheim, Worms, West Palatinate, Germany. Burial Unknown. Michael SCHENCK Sr and Anna STAUFFER. They were married Unknown in C1620, Emmental, Bern, Switzerland. They had 15 children. [Register Report for Hans Schenk, http://s143848239.onlinehome.us/History/ShankTree.pdf]


General Notes: Wife - Anna STAUFFER

"Anna Stauffer is the daughter of Andreas Stauffer and Adelheid Schnyder. She was born on 06 May 1602 in Eggiwill, Rothenback, Canton of Bern Switzerland. She died on 01 Jan 1672 in Ibersheim, Worms, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany. Burial Unknown." [Register Report for Hans Schenk, http://s143848239.onlinehome.us/History/ShankTree.pdf]
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Michael SCHENCK and Mary YEENEY




Husband Michael SCHENCK

         Born: Abt 1692 - Osthoven, Germnay
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       Father: Christian SCHENCK (1662-1724)
       Mother: Barbara BRACKBILL (1667-1714)


     Marriage: Abt 1710



Wife Mary YEENEY

         Born: Abt 1695 - Manhein, Erftkreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
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1 M Johanne John SHANK

          AKA: John SHANK
         Born: Abt 1717 - Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
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       Spouse: Mary MOYER
         Marr: 1739 - Lancaster County, Pennsylvania



General Notes: Husband - Michael SCHENCK

"Michael SCHENCK-8 (Christian SCHENCK-7, Michael SCHENCK Jr-6, Michael SCHENCK Sr-5, Ulrich SCHENCK-4, Hans SCHENCK-3, Johannes SCHENCK-2, Hans SCHENK-1). He was born 1692 in Osthoven, Germany. He died Mar 1759 in Conestoga, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA. Burial Unknown. Michael SCHENCK and Mary YEENEY. They were married Abt. 1710. They had 8 children." [Register Report for Hans Schenk, http://s143848239.onlinehome.us/History/ShankTree.pdf]


General Notes: Wife - Mary YEENEY

"Mary YEENEY. She was born Abt. 1695 in Manheim, Erftkreis, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.
She died 1759 in Conestoga, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA. Burial Unknown. [Register Report for Hans Schenk, http://s143848239.onlinehome.us/History/ShankTree.pdf]
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Andreas STAUFFER and Adelheid SCHNYDER




Husband Andreas STAUFFER

         Born: Cir 1578
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Wife Adelheid SCHNYDER

         Born: Cir 1580
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1 F Anna STAUFFER

         Born: 6 May 1602 - Eggiwil, Rothenbach, Bern, Switzerland
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         Marr: Abt 1620



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Ronald L. SELLS and Montene Suzanne SCHOEN




Husband Ronald L. SELLS (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Montene Suzanne SCHOEN

          AKA: Montene Suzanne SELLS
         Born: 21 February 1934 - Dade County, Florida
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         Died: 14 July 2008 - Brevard County, Florida
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 Other Spouse: Frank Edwin SULLIVAN - 24 December 1997 - Brevard County, Florida


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General Notes: Wife - Montene Suzanne SCHOEN

Florida State Census, 1935, Precinct 21, Miami, Dade County, Florida
W. W. Schoen 94 N.W. 30th St. M 26 Husband Iowa Word Mfg. Co.
Stella N. " 94 N.W. 30th St. F 23 Wife Ind. Housewife
Howard " 94 N.W. 30th St. M 3 Son Fla.
Montene Suan [sic] " 94 N.W. 30th St. F 1 Dauter [sic] Fla.

Montene S. Schoen married Ronald L. Sells in 1954 in Dade County, Florida. Volume 1469. Certificate Number 2182.
["Florida Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001,"]

Montene Suzanne Schoen Sells married Frank Edwin Sullivan on 24 December 1997 in Brevard County, Florida.
Certificate Number 147237. ["Florida Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001,"]

Montene Suzanne Sullivan, also known as Montie Sullivan and Montene S Sells, was born 21 Feb 1934. She resided in Satellite Beach, Florida, 1962-2008. Possible Relatives: Frank Edwin Sullivan, Montie Sullivan, Robert W Sells, Roberta Sells, Ronald Leslie Sells, Roy Timothy Sullivan, Ronald L Sells III. Record Number 233320396. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K1L7-RH9 : accessed 30 December 2015), Montene Suzanne Sullivan, Residence, Satellite Beach, Florida, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]

Montene E. [sic] Sullivan, born 21 Feb 1934, died 14 Jul 2008 at age 74. Her last residence was in Brevard County, Florida 32937. Her social security number was issued in Florida. ["United States Social Security Death Index,"]
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Frank Edwin SULLIVAN and Montene Suzanne SCHOEN




Husband Frank Edwin SULLIVAN

         Born: 16 December 1917 - District of Columbia
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       Father: Roy Timothy SULLIVAN (1890-1963)
       Mother: Margaret E. RIDDLE (1894-1987)


     Marriage: 24 December 1997 - Brevard County, Florida

 Other Spouse: Amzie Daniel MATTHEWS - 23 March 1946 - Sumter County, Georgia



Wife Montene Suzanne SCHOEN

          AKA: Montene Suzanne SELLS
         Born: 21 February 1934 - Dade County, Florida
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         Died: 14 July 2008 - Brevard County, Florida
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 Other Spouse: Ronald L. SELLS


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General Notes: Husband - Frank Edwin SULLIVAN

Frank Edwin Sullivan married Amzie Daniel Matthews. [Blakeney Family Genealogy, received from Mike Sullivan]

Frank Edwin Sullivan, '41, who had coached at Hampden-Sydney [College] and is now Lieutenant in the Marines. [http://archive.org/stream/recordofhampd1921945hamp/recordofhampd1921945hamp_djvu.txt]

The Gold Star in lieu of a second Bronze Star has been awarded to Captain Frank Edwin Sullivan, '41, of South Boston, Va. While at college Captain Sullivan was an outstanding athlete in football and baseball. As a soldier he distinguished himself at Saipan "by continually exposing himself to enemy fire as he directed the movements of his platoon." [http://archive.org/stream/recordofhampd1931945hamp/recordofhampd1931945hamp_djvu.txt]

"Wounded: SULLIVAN, Frank Edwin, Captain, USMCR. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Sullivan, 501 Ellyson St., South Boston." [Combat connected naval casualties, World War II, by states : U. S. Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard; v. 02, Virginia, p.38]

Lt. Col. Frank Edwin Sullivan (USMC-Ret.) was honored at the fortieth reunion of the Fighting Fourth of World War II. "He was the kind of leader," the citation read, "about whom one reads but under whom few have had the opportunity to serve. ..Sully was and is a Christian who instilled confidence in his men by example '97 his enthusiasm, his personal conduct, and his strong convictions of honor and duty to his men, his God, and his country." Sullivan was the commander of "L" Company, Third Battalion, Twenty-third Marines, and saw action in the battles of Saipan, Tinian, and Iwo Jima.[https://archive.org/stream/recordofhampd6011983hamp/recordofhampd6011983hamp_djvu.txt]

Frank E Sullivan, resided in Cocoa, Florida,1990-1998. Possible Relatives: Amelia D. Sullivan, Gerald J Vanlandingham Jr, Gerald S Van Landingham, Martha Van Landingham. Record Number:233039775. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K12Y-51V : accessed 22 December 2015), Frank E Sullivan, Residence, Cocoa, Florida, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]
[NOTE: Frank's wife "Amzie", named as Amelia D. had passed away in 1987. RLD]

Frank E. Sullivan, born 16 December 1917, died 19 May 2005. His last residence was in Brevard County, Florida 32937. His social security number was issued in Virginia. ["United States Social Security Death Index,"]


General Notes: Wife - Montene Suzanne SCHOEN

Florida State Census, 1935, Precinct 21, Miami, Dade County, Florida
W. W. Schoen 94 N.W. 30th St. M 26 Husband Iowa Word Mfg. Co.
Stella N. " 94 N.W. 30th St. F 23 Wife Ind. Housewife
Howard " 94 N.W. 30th St. M 3 Son Fla.
Montene Suan [sic] " 94 N.W. 30th St. F 1 Dauter [sic] Fla.

Montene S. Schoen married Ronald L. Sells in 1954 in Dade County, Florida. Volume 1469. Certificate Number 2182.
["Florida Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001,"]

Montene Suzanne Schoen Sells married Frank Edwin Sullivan on 24 December 1997 in Brevard County, Florida.
Certificate Number 147237. ["Florida Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001,"]

Montene Suzanne Sullivan, also known as Montie Sullivan and Montene S Sells, was born 21 Feb 1934. She resided in Satellite Beach, Florida, 1962-2008. Possible Relatives: Frank Edwin Sullivan, Montie Sullivan, Robert W Sells, Roberta Sells, Ronald Leslie Sells, Roy Timothy Sullivan, Ronald L Sells III. Record Number 233320396. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K1L7-RH9 : accessed 30 December 2015), Montene Suzanne Sullivan, Residence, Satellite Beach, Florida, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]

Montene E. [sic] Sullivan, born 21 Feb 1934, died 14 Jul 2008 at age 74. Her last residence was in Brevard County, Florida 32937. Her social security number was issued in Florida. ["United States Social Security Death Index,"]


Notes: Marriage

Frank Edwin Sullivan married Montene Suzanne Schoen on 24 December 1997 in Brevard County, Florida. Certificate 147237. ["Florida Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001,"]

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Kevin Andrew YOUNG and Teresa SCHOLL




Husband Kevin Andrew YOUNG (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: William Lewis YOUNG
       Mother: Mildred Martha BLAKENEY (1936-2001)


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John Paul SCHRADER and Wendy Barbara WOOTERS




Husband John Paul SCHRADER (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Wendy Barbara WOOTERS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Robert Bates WOOTERS (1922-1990)
       Mother: Agnes BELL (Abt 1922-1995)




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1 M Andrew Bates SCHRADER (details suppressed for this person)

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George THOMAS and Lavinia SCHULL




Husband George THOMAS 507

         Born: 4 January 1771 - Culpeper County, Virginia 507
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       Father: Michael THOMAS (Abt 1719-1799) 365
       Mother: Eva Susannah Margaretha HART (1751-Bef 1829) 365


     Marriage: 19 June 1800 - Clark County, Kentucky 2545



Wife Lavinia SCHULL 507

         Born: 12 June 1778 - Clark County, Kentucky
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         Died: 18 October 1877 - Lewis County, Kentucky 2944
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       Father: Joseph SCHULL (      -      ) 2545
       Mother: Sarah Lavinia CLEMENS (Abt 1746-1847) 2944




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1 F Sarah THOMAS 507

         Born: 15 March 1802 - Mason County, Kentucky 507
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2 M Elijah Hart THOMAS 507

         Born: 3 March 1804 - Mason County, Kentucky 507
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         Died: 20 April 1883 2944
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       Spouse: BOGGESS
         Marr: 1826 2545


3 F Rachel THOMAS 507,2534

         Born: 13 April 1806 - Lewis County, Kentucky 507,2534
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         Died: 5 May 1872 - Lewis County, Kentucky
       Buried:  - East Fork Cemetery on Chalk Ridge, Lewis County, Kentucky
       Spouse: Daniel HALBERT 2534
         Marr: 5 February 1824 - Lewis County, Kentucky


4 F Sydney THOMAS 507

         Born: 29 April 1808 - Lewis County, Kentucky
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5 F Nancy THOMAS 507

         Born: 16 December 1810 - Lewis County, Kentucky 507
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6 F Mary Ann THOMAS 507

         Born: 11 March 1813 - Lewis County, Kentucky 507
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       Spouse: Andrew WILSON 2944


7 F Harriet Rebecca THOMAS 507

         Born: 11 June 1815 - Lewis County, Kentucky 507
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8 F Amanda Melvina 2 THOMAS 507

         Born: 19 September 1817 - Lewis County, Kentucky 507
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9 F Elizabeth 2 THOMAS 507

         Born: 5 February 1828 - Lewis County, Kentucky 507
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10 M Daniel William THOMAS 507,1478

         Born: 21 February 1820 - Lewis County, Kentucky 1479
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       Spouse: Mary A. --?-- 1478
         Marr: Bef 1849


11 M George William THOMAS 506,507

         Born: 15 February 1822 - Lewis County, Kentucky 507
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       Spouse: Dorothy --?-- 506
         Marr: Bef 1844


12 F Elizabeth Jane THOMAS

         Born: 5 February 1828 - Lewis County, Kentucky
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       Spouse: Alexander BRIDGES 2944



General Notes: Husband - George THOMAS

George THOMAS was born 4 January 1771. In the Thomas Family Bible transcription published in the Lewis County Herald newspaper it is given as: "George Thomas was born January 4, 1779" with this corrective comment also in the text "George Thomas (1770-1834), our grandfather, who was born in 1771 (evidently an error of date)." (See General Notes for Charles W. THOMAS for the full article. RLD)

"My father returned to Kentucky and brought with him a copy of the old family Bible record written old style script on blue paper. During the war I made a copy of this for Aunt Amandy Montgomery. The original I could not find when I was home. Last year I wrote to Aunt Lizzie Montgomery and find she has the copy I made and here it is:
Births of the Thomas Family:
George Thomas was born January 4, 1779
Larmia (Levina) Schull Thomas December 6, 1778
Sarah Thomas March 15, 1802
Eligh (Elijah) F. Thomas March 30, 1804
Rachel Thomas April 13, 1806
Sydnay (Sydney) Thomas August 29, 1808
Nancy Thomas December 1810
Mary Ann Thomas May 1813 (?)
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Amenda (Amanda) Melvina Thomas September 17, 1817
Daniel Wm. Thomas February (no date)
George W. Thomas February 15, 1822 (That's my father's name. It is not on the list. I take it from my own records.)
Elizabeth Jane Thomas February 5, 1828"
(http://www.lewiscountyherald.com/talley.htm, from "a letter sent to George Morgan Thomas (GMT) in 1908 by Charles W. Thomas who was living in Woodland, California. The above Charles was the son of George W. Thomas (born 1822) and was a first cousin to GMT and was writing to inform GMT about their (western) branch of the Thomas family. GMT would have been 80 years old when he received the letter. Charles would have been around 60 years old, according to some dates in the letter -- he said he left Kentucky in 1858 when he was nine years old" provided to the Lewis County Herald by Gary L. Cain, of Sandy, Utah)

1810 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, No Twp Listed; Series: M252 Roll: 7 Page: 107: Geo. THOMAS 1 0 1 0 3 || 0 1 0 0 0 0 1. This daughter is likely Rachel, b. 1806, who married Daniel HALBERT in 1824.

The below is from The Thomas Trail, compiled by Bud Thomas:
"George THOMAS- (proven by will) George THOMAS was born on January 4, 1771 in Culpepper County, Virginia. He moved to Kentucky with his parents and married Levina SCHULL in 1800. He moved with her to Lewis County, Kentucky. Levina SCHULL was the daughter of Joseph and Levina SCHULL. This Levina was one of the women who gathered water at Bryan's Station prior to the Indian attack of 1782 (see story below). George THOMAS died December 31, 1832 in Lewis County, Kentucky. He is said to have been a soldier in the War of 1812. George and Levina had children: Sarah, b. 15 Mar 1802, Elijah Hart ("E.H."), b. 3 Mar 1804, Rachel, b. 3 Apr 1806, Sidney, b. 29 Apr 1808, Nancy, b. 16 Dec 1810, Mary Ann, b. 11 Mar 1813, Harriet Rebecca, b. 11 Jun 1815, Amanda Melvina, b. 19 Sep 1817, Daniel W., b. 21 Feb 1820, George William, b. 22 Feb 1822, and Elizabeth, b. 5 Feb 1828. George THOMAS' oldest son, Elijah Hart THOMAS (E.H.) was the father of George Morgan THOMAS who is listed in Regan's history of Lewis County as the "best personality" to ever come out of Lewis County, Kentucky.
George Thomas (son of Michael) left a will written in 1827 and probated in 1833 that goes as follows:
Wills inventory (sic) recorded in 1833 (page 52, Will Book C)
George Thomas, deceased, last will and testament.

"In the name of God, amen. I, George Thomas of the County of Lewis, and State of Kentucky, considering the uncertainty of this mortal life and being of sound and perfect mind and memory blessed by God almighty for the same do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following- that is to say- First- I give unto my beloved wife, Lauvina Thomas all my Real and personal Estate for her to enjoy the same during her natural life and do desire that she may when she thinks proper dispose of the personal Estate of any part thereof to my loving daughters, Sidney, Nancy, Mary, Harriot and Melvina as I do give and Bequeath all the personal estate after the death of my wife Lauvina to the above named children Sidney, Nancy, Mary, Harriot and Melvina to be equally divided and I do hereby give and Bequeath unto my two youngest sons Daniel and George after the death of my wife all my Real Estate consisting of my land lying on Salt Lick Creek in the County of Lewis with all and singular appurtenances belonging thereto equally to be divided between them for them and their heirs forever. Hereby revoking all others or former wills or testaments by me heretofore made - In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this day of Sept. in the year of our Lord 1827".

George Thomas

The above will of George Thomas was this day signed, sealed and declared by the aforesaid George Thomas to be his last will and testament in the presence of us who have hereto Subscribed our names as witnessed in the presence of the testator.
Wm B. Parker
E.H. Thomas
Jonathan Crawford

State of Kentucky
Lewis County

At a Court began and held for Lewis County on Monday the 21st day of January 1833 the foregoing last will and testament of George Thomas Sr. deceased late of this county was produced in open court and duely (sic) proved by the oaths of William B. Parker & Jonathan Crawford two of the subscribing witnesses thereto to be true last will and testament of George Thomas deceased and the will is laid over for further proof at the next County Court. A copy teste Joseph Robb, Clerk of Lewis County Court and at a County Court began and held for Lewis County on Monday the 18th day of February 1833. The foregoing last will and testament of the said George Thomas deceased was further duely (sic) proved in open Court by the oath of Elijah H. Thomas witness thereto according to law and ordered to be certified and recorded- and the same is truly recorded in my office-

A copy Teste, Joseph Robb, Clerk, Lewis County Court.


General Notes: Wife - Lavinia SCHULL

Lavina SCHOLL's birth date is taken from the Thomas Family Bible transcription as published in the Lewis County Herald newspaper: "Larmia (Levina) Schull Thomas December 6, 1778." Some say her birth date is 6 December 1784.
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Herman F. E. SCHUSTER and Eleanor Vail WOODWARD




Husband Herman F. E. SCHUSTER 3009,3470

         Born: Abt 1871 - South Carolina 3470
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         Died: 
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     Marriage: Abt 1908 3470



Wife Eleanor Vail WOODWARD 3009

         Born: 15 July 1875 - Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia
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         Died: 
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       Father: James F. WOODWARD (Abt 1848-After 1887) 2552
       Mother: Ida Leila ERWIN (1852-1921) 52,2096,3009



 Other Spouse: Dr. Arno KNOOR 3009 - Abt 1897


Children
1 M Herman Frederick SCHUSTER, Jr. 3006,3470

         Born: 5 September 1909
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2 M Earnest N. SCHUSTER 3006,4886

         Born: 10 October 1910 - Chatham County, Georgia
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         Died: 
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3 F Dorothy SCHUSTER 3006,4886

         Born: 21 October 1911
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         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Herman F. E. SCHUSTER

From Savannah, Georgia.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Chatam County, 2-Wd Savannah, 15 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 178 Page: 85:
36 Street 220 138 153 SCHUSTER Herman Head M W 39 M1 2 GA Germany Germany Secretary Nxxxxxx Co.; -- Ellener Wife F W 34 M2 3 3 GA SC SC; KNOOR Ellener (K.) Stepdau F W 11 S GA GA GA; KNOOR Hellen Stepdau F W 8 S GA GA GA; SCHUSTER Herman F. Jr. Son M W 7/12 S GA GA GA; WOODWARD Lenoir E. M W 21 S GA SC SC Clerk Electric Company.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Chatam County, Savannah, 1 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 241 Page: 89: Waldburg Street 120 173 217 SCHUSTER Herman F. E. Head M W 48 M GA Germany Germany Gen'l manager Lighting Co.; -- Elinor V. Wife F W 42 M GA SC SC; -- Fred Son M W 11 S GA GA GA; --Earnest N. Son M W 10 S GA GA GA; -- Dorothy E. Dau F W 8+?/12 S GA GA GA; KNOOR Elenor Stepdau F W 21 S GA GA GA Stenographer Railroad; -- Helen Stepdau F W 18 S GA GA GA Clerical Clerk Railroad; WOODWARD Lenoir Brother in law M W 31 S GA SC SC Clerical Clerk Lighting Co.


General Notes: Wife - Eleanor Vail WOODWARD

Eleanor Vail WOODWARD, daughter of James F. WOODWARD and Ida Leila ERWIN, was born 15 July 1875 in Atlanta, Georgia. She first married Dr Arno KNOOR, with whom she had two girls. Dr. KNOOR died about 1906. Eleanor remarried to Herman F. E. SCHUSTER in 1908 and had three children by him.
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SCOTT and Sandra SILLAVAN




Husband SCOTT (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Sandra SILLAVAN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Joseph Edwin SILLAVAN (1922-1999)
       Mother: Betty Elaine CRAIG (1928-2000)




Children

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Peter WYCHE and Alice SCOTT




Husband Peter WYCHE

         Born: Bef 1 August 1712 - Surry County, Virginia
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         Died: Cir 1757 - Brunswick County, Virginia
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1784 - Virginia



Wife Alice SCOTT

         Born: 
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         Died: After 29 September 1756 - Brunswick County, Virginia
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Henry WYCHE

         Born: Cir 1731
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         Died: 
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2 M Lt. Col. George WYCHE, RS-GA 2854

         Born: Abt 1733 - Brunswick County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 February 1809 - Richmond County, Georgia 2854
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary PETERSON
         Marr: 15 October 1761 - Sussex County, Virginia


3 M Drury WYCHE

         Born: 1735
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 28 January 1785 - South Carolina 3896
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary DANCY


4 F Lucy WYCHE

         Born: Cir 1739
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5 F Rebecca WYCHE

         Born: 1741
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6 F Anne WYCHE 350

         Born: 4 June 1749 - Brunswick County, Virginia 350
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 July 1834 - Richland County, South Carolina 350
       Buried:  - Col. Thomas Taylor Family Cemetery
       Spouse: Colonel Thomas TAYLOR, Sr., RS-SC 1338
         Marr: 2 January 1767 - Brunswick County, Virginia 3292



General Notes: Husband - Peter WYCHE

Peter WYCHE was born before 1712 in Surry County, VA. Peter is mentioned in his grandfather's will, dated August 1, 1712. He signed a will on 29 Sep 1756 in Brunswick County, VA. His will, dated September 29, 1756, names wife Alice and his children: Henry, George, Drury, Lucy, Rebecca, and Ann (Brunswick County Will Book 3, page 209). He died after Jul 1757 in Brunswick County, VA. Peter lived in Brunswick County, Virginia.
1736 - Peter WYCH, Tomothy REAVES, Francis HARRIS, and Burwell BROWN were appointed by the March 3, 1736/7 Court to appraise the estate of Samuel CLARK, deceased.
1743 - There is deed of gift from Thomas SCOTT (Peter's father-in-law), of Prince George County, Virginia to Peter WYCHE in 1743 for 100 acres of land on Fountains Creek, in Brunswick County, Virginia.
He was married to Alice SCOTT. Alice SCOTT signed a will on 29 Sep 1756. Deeded land to son-in-law. Was probably the daughter of Thomas SCOTT of Prince George County. There is a deed of gift from Thomas SCOTT to Peter WYCHE in 1743 for 100 acres of land on Fountains Creek in Brunswick County, Va. Peter WYCHE and Alice SCOTT had the following children: Henry WYCHE, Drury WYCHE, Lucy WYCHE, Rebecca WYCHE, Anne WYCHE, AND Lieutenant Colonel George WYCHE, Jr., RS (Henry T. Poole III, 310 Summerhill Place, Warner Robins, GA 31088-7420 http://www.angelfire.com/ga/htpiii/w22gen.html)

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Richard Marshall SCOTT and Eleanor Douglass SCOTT




Husband Richard Marshall SCOTT

         Born: Abt 1769
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 August 1833 - Bath, Virginia
       Buried:  - Scott Cemetery, Fairfax County, Viginia


       Father: John SCOTT (Abt 1732-1799)
       Mother: Mary --?-- (Abt 1735-1795)


     Marriage: Cir 1826

 Other Spouse: Mary LOVE - Bef 1826



Wife Eleanor Douglass SCOTT

         Born: Abt 1807
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 January 1830 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried: 28 January 1830 - Scott Cemetery, Fairfax County, Viginia


Children
1 F Mary Marshall SCOTT

         Born: Abt 1825 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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2 M David Wilson SCOTT

         Born: Abt 1827 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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3 M Richard Marshall SCOTT, Jr. 2540

         Born: Abt September 1829 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: Bef 4 December 1860
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       Spouse: Virginia GUNNELL 2540
         Marr: 1846



General Notes: Husband - Richard Marshall SCOTT

SEE RESEARCH NOTES on R.M.S.'s wife's new data may cause changes.!!!
"On August 16, 1797, Josiah WATSON sold to Richard Marshall SCOTT "a certain piece [sic] parcel or tract of land situate lying and being in the County of Fairfax on the waters of Holmes run, and called and known by the name of Bush Hill..."
Although this land had been in the possession of WATSON, it is in fact the same piece of land that I have been looking at, for on October 6, 1791, the "said piece, parcel or tract of land called Bush Hill was purchased by the said Josiah WATSON of a certain John RICKTER..." In other words, RICKTER bought the land from the executors of the Hendrickses estate, but sold it back after a year to Josiah WATSON, who sold it again a few years later to Richard Marshall SCOTT.
In one of the above transactions, some land was added to the original tract, for in 1797, the tract contained 272 acres, which was an increase of 50 acres. I do not know for sure where the additional land came from, but the additional acres were probably part of an adjacent 197 acre tract that Watson had bought in 1794. In addition to "Bush Hill," WATSON sold to SCOTT an additional 82 acre tract adjacent to Bush Hill. This tract was then assimilated into Bush Hill, as evidenced by later deeds.
The 1797 transaction is important for three reasons. The first is its use of "Bush Hill" to describe the tract of land. In every deed from this point on, the parcel that I am following is referred to as either Bush Hill or "the farm called Bush Hill." In fact, the name is still used today, with a subdivision, a street, and a school all bearing the name, Bush Hill.
The second reason is because included in the description of the 82 acre plot is "Hepburn's Mill road." Although this road does not exist today, at least not under the same name, this is the first use of such a landmark in the deed that are being used for this paper.
The third reason this deed is important is because the man who bought Bush Hill, Richard Marshall SCOTT, his son, Richard, Jr., and the latter's widow kept a continuous journal between 1811 and 1859. This journal provides an interesting history of Bush Hill, in addition to giving information about the county in that period; it gives a better idea of what Bush Hill was used for during this period.
Although there are only a few explicit references to what exactly was grown at Bush Hill, it was obvious that it was a full working family farm with several inhabitants living on it. Several extended family members are mentioned as living on the farm. Food items that are mentioned include grapes, apples, smoked salted pork, and wheat.
One interesting entry is dated September 8, 1814. On that day, SCOTT "began to haul in my tobacco from town to Bush Hill to keep it out of reach of the enemy who of our 104 hogsheads only took one." This is a reference to the occupation of the nearby port city of Alexandria by the British during the War of 1812. The complete journal is available for public reading, and serves as an interesting supplement to this paper.
1815-16
While Richard Marshall SCOTT owned Bush Hill, he increased its size by 92 acres through the purchase of three pieces of land. The first was from R. D. BUTTE on October 6, 1815. The second was from T. SWANE on June 20, 1816. The third was from Charles LOVE on July 5, 1819." ("A Farm Called Bush Hill" by Aaron Weber, http://www.bbhca.org/Farm_called_Bush_Hill.htm)
"Richard Marshall SCOTT d. 1836 1833, see epitaph below. RLD first owned Bush Hill, built by Josiah WATSON in 1763. RMS married his cousin (Mary?) MARSHALL of Maryland and was the father of Richard Marshall SCOTT who came into possession of Bush Hill at age 18 when his mother remarried in 1846. (Natalie Hughes)
Richard Marshall SCOTT is buried in the Scott Family Cemetery located on a rise at the western end of the oval created by Conference Center Dr., Centreville, Va. The cemetery is located about 200 yards southeast of the foundation of "Farmington Plantation". The Scott family owned this property from c.1792 to c. 1850. Epitaph from his headstone:
"SACRED To the memory of RICHARD M. SCOTT of Bush Hill who departed this life at Bath on the 31t of August 1833, in the 63d year of his age. He left an affectionate wife and two sons to whom he was endeared by his affections. His remains, dear and sacred to his family, were translated from Bath to this place."


General Notes: Wife - Eleanor Douglass SCOTT

"The RMS (Richard Marshal SCOTT) who married Mary LOVE, who died young in a Richmond theatre fire, married second Eleanor Douglas MARSHALL; and their son and only child RMS (Richard Marshall SCOTT) married Virginia GUNNELL." (Natalie Hughes, 5/22/2005)
Eleanor Douglas Marshall SCOTT is buried in the Scott Family Cemetery located on a rise at the western end of the oval created by Conference Center Dr., Centreville, Va. The cemetery is located about 200 yards southeast of the foundation of "Farmington Plantation". The Scott family owned this property from c.1792 to c. 1850. Epitaph from her headstone:
"Sacred to the memory of Mrs. ELEANOR DOUGLASS SCOTT the amiable and lamented consort of RICHARD MARSHALL SCOTT of Bush Hill who departed this life in the 23d year of her age at Bush Hill on the 26th day of January 1830 having an infant son 5 months old called by his fathers name. She expired in the arms of her husband. Her remains dear and sacred to him, by his particular desire were translated to this spot, the family burying ground and interred the 28th day of January 1830. Let Eleanor's urn, her virtues in a train//In sympathetic grief attend her bier,//While friendship, love and charity remain//In silent anguish, type of sad despair."
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Lewis R. STANHOPE and Elizabeth SCOTT




Husband Lewis R. STANHOPE 1785

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef 1837 4438
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       Father: John STANHOPE (1776-      ) 1785
       Mother: Anne GUNNELL (Abt 1774-      ) 1785


     Marriage: Bef December 1820



Wife Elizabeth SCOTT

         Born: Cir 1800
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Children
1 M Lewis Gunnell STANHOPE 1785

          AKA: Louis G. STANHOPE 2141
         Born: Abt 1818 - Virginia 2141
   Christened: 
         Died: 1898 - Washington County, Maryland
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Louisa MILLER
       Spouse: Elizabeth NEWCOMER
         Marr: Bef 1860


2 F Eliza Jane STANHOPE 181,1785

         Born: 20 December 1820 - Fairfax County, Virginia 181
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 February 1908 - Washington, District of Columbia
       Buried:  - Fairfax City Cemetery, Fairfax County, Virginia
       Spouse: Joshua Coffer GUNNELL 925
         Marr: December 1839 - Georgetown, Washington, District of Columbia 925



General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth SCOTT

From the 22 March 1824 Will of Sabret SCOTT of Fairfaix County, Virginia: "whereas my daughter Elizabeth now STANHOPE late SCOTT, having intermarried with Lewis STANHOPE contrary to will, in consequence of such act I give and Devise to her the said Elizabeth STANDHOPE [sic] one shilling Virginia money." [Fairfax County Will Book O No. 1, pp. 78-9]
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Peter C. SCOTT and Noel Loretta VIRGETS




Husband Peter C. SCOTT

         Born: Cir 1900
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 April 1930
       Buried: 
     Marriage: December 1924 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana



Wife Noel Loretta VIRGETS

         Born: 22 February 1906 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 June 1979 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Metairie Cemetery, Orleans Parish, Louisiana


       Father: Joseph Edmond VIRGETS (1877-1939)
       Mother: Agnes ROWAN (1878-1948)



 Other Spouse: William J. QUINLAN, Jr. - 1 April 1940

 Other Spouse: Harry William GARDNER - 17 November 1951 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana


Children

General Notes: Husband - Peter C. SCOTT

Noel SCOTT, age 30, widowed, is listed in the home of her parents Eugene R. and Agnes VIRGETS in the 1930 census of New Orleans, Louisiana. She and Peter C. SCOTT married about 1924. He is presumed to have died before 1 April 1930.


General Notes: Wife - Noel Loretta VIRGETS

Noel Loretta Virgets married first Peter C. Scott. The notice of marriage was published on December 4, 1924 on page 27 of the Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana.

"Mrs. Noel Virgets Scott (white) vs Peter C. Scott. Bed and board." listed among suits filed in the Civil District Court, published on page 21 of the Times-Picayune on January 14, 1926.

1930 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Orleans Parish, Ward 3, New Orleans; Series: T626 Roll: 801 Page: 198:
Carrollton St 4223 138 148 VIRGETS Joseph E. Head M W 53 M 21 LA LA LA Proprietor Ice;
-- Agnes Wife F W 52 M 20 LA Ireland LA;
SCOTT Noel Dau F W 30 Wd 24 LA LA LA Bookkeeper Real estate office;
GALLAGHER Eugene R. Son-in-law M W 30 M 27 MS MS MS Laborer Freight yard;
-- Norma Dau F W 27 M 24 LA LA LA.

Noel Loretta Virgets married second William Quinlan.

Mrs. Noel Virgets Quinlan, obtained a building permit for a single residence, 1855 Gentilly Boulevard, $6000. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Sunday, August 24, 1941, Page 88]

Noel's certificate of marriage to Harry William Gardner lists her as Noel Loretta Virgets Quinlan and "(Widow of William Quinlan)."

Obituary: Noel Virgets Gardner, on Thursday, June 7, 1979 at 1:00 p.m., wife of the late Harry Gardner, daughter of the late Agnes Rowan and Joseph E. Virgets, sister of Mrs. Eugene R. Gallagher, aunt of Mrs. Charles McCabe, great-aunt of Mrs. Donna Reed and Clark Vreeland, age 79 years, a native of New Orleans, La. A Requiem Mass was celebrated in the chapel of Jacob Schoen & Son, inc. 3827 Canal St. at N. Scott, on Friday, June 8, 1979 at 10:45 o'clock a.m. Interment in Metairie Cemetery. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Saturday, June 9, 1979, Page 16]


Notes: Marriage

Records of the day
Marriages: Peter C. Scott and Noel L.Virgets
[The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, Thursday, December 4, 1924, Page 27]
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William SCOTT




Husband William SCOTT

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         Died: 1810 - Richland District, South Carolina
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Children
1 M William SCOTT

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2 M Samuel SCOTT (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Elizabeth SCOTT

         Born:  - South Carolina
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       Spouse: Lewis DINKINS
         Marr: Bef 1806



General Notes: Husband - William SCOTT

This William SCOTT of Richland County, South Carolina may be the William SCOTT (SCUT/SCUTT?) who first settled into the Congarees about 1748. Considering that many of the O'DANIEL family of Fairfax County, Virginia went to SC around this time, he may be the William SCUT who was a friend of James O'DANIEL of Fairfax who also was in this area by 1754. If so, he is the husband of Elizabeth O'DANIEL (DANIEL), James' sister. In 1754, William and Elizabeth SCUTT sold to Francis SUMMERS 100 acres of land in Fairfax County, Virginia, an inheritance from her father, William O'DANIEL. Elizabeth's brother, James sold his 100 acres there in 1757. James had land granted to him in the Congarees in 1754.
In 1748, WILLIAM SCOTT, was granted land west of the Wateree River above the Richland County line. From WILLIAM's will, dated 1810, he had two sons and one daughter: William SCOTT; Samuel SCOTT who married second, Jane Ross ; and Elizabeth SCOTT, wife of Lewis DINKINS. (http://www.palmettoroots.org/RichlandFamilies.html)

1790 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, No Twp; Series: M637 Roll: 11 Page: 146: William SCOTT 1 3 4 - 26
A second William SCOTT in Fairfield County, South Carolina in 1790: Wm SCOTT 2 1 4 - - [Series: M637 Roll: 11 Page: 167]

RICHLAND COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA - WILLS - William Scott 1810
File contributed for use in SCGenWeb Archives by: Pat Cribbet, 2004 Will of William SCOTT In the Name of God Amen I William SCOTT of Richland County do make and appoint this to be my last will and testament -- that is to say first after all of lawful debts are paid I do give unto my beloved wife one third part of my estate real and personal during her life and after death to be equally divided amongst all of our children and all the remainder of my estate I wish it to be equally divided amongst all my children and as I have already give the Riverswamp tract of land unto my sons William SCOTT and Samuel SCOTT to be equally divided between them and all my Pinewoods land on the Northeast side of Tom's Creek I have already given to Samuel SCOTT and I do wish all those lands to be appraised by proper persons and to be counted in as part of their portions and all the Negroes that any of my children has already received of my estate I wish them to be appraised and to be counted as part of their portion -- and as I have paid to Elizabeth DINKINS at divers times the sum of five hundred dollars I wish that to be counted as part of her portion -- and all Negroes that any of my children do now hold that was my property or do hereafter receive of my estate I do wish them to be entailed to them and their lawful heirs -- and as for my executors I do appoint my sons William SCOTT and Samuel SCOTT to be executors of this my last will and testament as witness my hand and seal this twentieth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and six and the Thirtieth of American Independence. Wm. SCOTT, Sen'r. Christian ENTZMINGER Jacob (x) FRAZER His mark Joshua (x) FRAZER His mark South Carolina Richland District ) Personally appeared Christian ENTZMINGER who being duly sworn upon the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God did make oath and say the he saw WM SCOTT Sen. Deceased sign seal and deliver the within Instrument of Writing for the use and purpous therein mentioned that the said deceased was then of sound and disposing mind memory and understanding according to the best of this deponents knowledge and belief -- and that Jacob FRAZER and Joshua FRAZER together with himself witnessed the due execution thereof at the request of the Testator in his presence and in the presence of each other. Christian ENTZMINGER Sworn before me this) 22 day of January 1810) James S. GUIGNARD Ordinary Recorded in Will Book E, page # 196, box #27 -- package #666 (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/richland/wills/s2300001.txt)

Same William? If so, NOT William from Fairfax?
ABSTRACT OF REVOLUTIONARY BOUNTY GRANT TO WILLIAM SCOTT
By Dr. Jean Stephenson, F. A. S. G.
(Editor's Note: The following abstract from a bounty grant in the National Archives shows how extensive the genealogical content of these records may prove. Colonel William Scott (1728-1807) was the son of William Scott and Susannah Simmons of Charles Town. Married Mary Waring, May 22, 1764. Elected Captain in First Regiment, S. C. Continental Line in 1775; Major in 1777; Lieutenant Colonel, 1780. Taken prisoner at Charles Town, May 12, 1780. Original member of the Society of the Cincinnati; now represented in that organization by his great-great-great-grandson, Henry Charles Cheves, III, President of the Society, and by his son, Henry Middleton Cheves.)
WILLIAM SCOTT - Elizabeth Ann Poyas Bounty Land Warrant 2305- 300 acres
Charleston District, S. C., 18 October, 1842. Elizabeth Ann Poyas, widow, granddaughter of Col. William Scott and one of the heirs at law, stated that Colonel William Scott entered the service in 1775 for the term of the War and served as Lieutenant Colonel in the S. C. Continental Line and continued in said service until the end of the War. She has never received the bounty land warrant promised William Scott. Appoints Honorable Isaac E. Holmes as attorney. Signature witnessed by Ann Ball Jenkins.
18 October 1842. Thomas Lehre, Ordinary for Charleston District, stated that evidence had been produced to prove that Colonel William Scott died about 1807 leaving two children, to wit: Richard and Susanna, first married James Stanyarn and afterwards Thomas Lehre, that said Richard subsequently departed this life and left six children viz:
1. Mary afterwards, Mrs. Perry who died leaving 1 child named James.
2. Elizabeth Ann now Mrs. Poyas, widow.
3. Ann Ball afterwards Ann Waring and Ann Ryan who died leaving four children, namely, Elizabeth Waring, age 17 years, James Ryan age 12, Ann age 10 and Thomas Ryan age 7 years. William Rice, Esquire, Attorney, Administrator and their trustee.
4. Eleanor H. afterwards Mrs. Smith
5. Henry Scott who is dead. He died intestate and left a widow since married, her name is Ann Lawton.
6. Elias B. Scott.
The aforesaid Susanna afterwards Susanna Stanyarn and Susanna Lehre died in 1830 - her husband is also dead. She left by her two marriages 5 children to wit:
1. Jane Stanyarn.
2. Mary Stanyarn afterwards Mrs. Flud.
3. Julia Lehre afterwards Julia Davis, wife of John N. Davis who is living - said Julia is dead and left 5 children, namely: Martha now Mrs. Cooper, Julia now Mrs. Mitchell, Ellen now Mrs. Boyle, William and Thomassina.
4. Caroline Lehre afterwards Mrs. Bulow, deceased - she left two children viz: Thomas and Carolina.
5. Thomas Lehre.
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James H. SCROGGINS and Sarah L. TUCKER




Husband James H. SCROGGINS 1381

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     Marriage: 24 October 1878 - Milam County, Texas 1381



Wife Sarah L. TUCKER 1381,4262

          AKA: Sarah HALSEY 4261
         Born: Abt 1835 - Georgia 4262
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         Died: 
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       Father: Abraham G. TUCKER (      -Bef 1850) 1381
       Mother: Sarah E. WASH (Abt 1810-      ) 1381



 Other Spouse: James H. HOLSEY - 29 October 1855 - Clay County, Georgia 1381


Children

General Notes: Wife - Sarah L. TUCKER

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Clay County, Fort Gaines P O; Series: M593 Roll: 144 Page: 38: 648 615 HALSEY Sarah 31 F W Keeping house 500 GA; -- Louisa 13 F W Attending school GA; -- James G. 11 M W Farm laborer GA; -- Hopkins 9 M W AL; -- Susan 7 F W AL; -- William 5 M W GA; TUCKER, William 25 M W Farmer 500 300 GA.

"Yes, Sarah [widow of James, mother of 5 kids] is our line. Marcus is descended from Hop [second son] and I am a great-grandson of Susan [second dau.] The family left Georgia in 1875 and moved to the Bell/Milam county line. Widow Sarah remarried in 1878 and the two boys, James Gideon and Hop, temporarily moved to Corpus Christi, but within two or three years were back up in Bell County. James G died in 1887; Hop in 1945." (Larry [G. L. Lamborn], Fairfax, VA, 1/24/2008)
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David R. STROTHER and Anna B. SCURRY




Husband David R. STROTHER 744

         Born: Abt 1845 - South Carolina 744
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1869



Wife Anna B. SCURRY 744

         Born: Abt 1852 - South Carolina 744
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: SCURRY (      -Bef 1880)
       Mother: Ella W. --?-- (Abt 1831-      ) 744




Children
1 F Luella STROTHER 744

         Born: Abt 1870 - South Carolina 744
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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2 F Sallie L. STROTHER 744

         Born: Abt 1872 - South Carolina 744
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         Died: 
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3 F Nannie S. STROTHER 744

         Born: Abt 1773 - South Carolina 744
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F Bessie STROTHER 744

         Born: Abt 1874 - South Carolina 744
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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5 F Jessie M. STROTHER 744

         Born: Abt 1876 - South Carolina 744
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 M James D. STROTHER 744

         Born: Abt 1878 - South Carolina 744
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - David R. STROTHER

Son of WHO?? NOT WITH DAVID R., 36, (widower of Barsheba Ann NICHOLSON, d. 1845) of EDGEFIELD IN 1850 who has a son Benjamin, age 5.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, Ward Johnston; Series: T9 Roll: 1228 Page: 440:
501 508 STROTHER David R. W M 35 M Farmer SC SC SC;
-- Anna B. W F 28 Wife M Keeping houseSC SC SC;
-- Luella W F 18 Dau S At schoolSC SC SC;
-- Sallie L. W F 10 Dau S At school SC SC SC;
-- Nannie S. W F 7 Dau S At schoolSC SC SC;
-- Bessie 6 Dau SSC SC SC;
-- Jesse M. W M 4 Dau SSC SC SC;
-- James D. W M 2 Son SSC SC SC;
SCURRY Ella W. W F 49 Mother WdSC SC SC;
-- Bernice M. W F 17 Sister s At school SC SC SC.
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John WORLEY and Mary Adams SEAY




Husband John WORLEY

         Born: 30 June 1909
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 March 1967 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Mary Adams SEAY 1724

         Born: 25 September 1902 - Richland County, South Carolina 1724
   Christened: 
         Died: December 1973 - Palm Beach County, Florida
       Buried: 


       Father: Wilbur S. SEAY (1869-1910) 1723
       Mother: Mary Huguenin ADAMS (Abt 1873-1918) 1724




Children

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Harry Allen SELF and Anna Penn STANLEY




Husband Harry Allen SELF

         Born: 1892 - Dudley County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 June 1930 - Galveston County, Texas
       Buried:  - Restland Memorial Park, Dallas County, Texas
     Marriage: Abt 1919

 Other Spouse: Reeta BURROUGHS



Wife Anna Penn STANLEY 443

         Born: December 1898 - Kaufman County, Texas 443
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


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



 Other Spouse: Robert Le Grande CULLINS - Abt 1932


Children
1 F Nancy Penn SELF (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Arra RICHARDSON (living)


2 F Eleanor SELF

         Born: 20 November 1922 - Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 September 2010 - Texas
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Dr. Clifton Dexter HOWE, M. D.


3 M Stanley Allen SELF (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Gloria Pauline RUST
       Spouse: Marianne --?-- (living)



General Notes: Husband - Harry Allen SELF

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MHYB-D2J : accessed 24 Jan 2014), Anna Self in household of Harry Self, District 48. Dallas Precinct 24, Dallas, Texas, United States; citing sheet 17A, family , NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1821793.
Harry Self Head M 25 Texas OH AL
Anna Self Wife F 22 Texas TX TX

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/CW1Y-HN2 : accessed 24 Jan 2014), Stanley A Self in household of Harry A Self, Dallas, Dallas, Texas, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0042, sheet 38A, family 3, NARA microfilm publication . Affiliate Publication Number T626, Affiliate Film Number 2315.
Harry A Self Head M 38 Texas OH GA
Anna P Self Wife F 31 Texas TX TX
Nancy P Self Dau F 9 Texas TX TX
Eleanor Self Dau F 7 Texas TX TX
Stanley A Self Son M 2 Texas TX TX

Harry Allen Self died 14 June 1930 in Galveston County, Texas. Certificate Number 29063. ["Texas, Death Index, 1903-2000," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VZV9-DLC : accessed 24 Jan 2014), Harry Allen Self, 1930.]

Obituary: Harry Self, 38, of 5304 Worth street, died Saturday at Galveston, where he had gone last Sunday with his family for a vacation, the Reliance Life Insurance Company Dallas offices, of which Mr. Self was supervisor, was informed Saturday. Mr. Self was stricken ill Friday. Surviving Mr. Self are his wife and three children, Nancy, Eleanor, and Stanley, all of whom were with him at Galveston, and a brother, who resides in New York, and who will arrive in Dallas Sunday. The body will arrive in Dallas on Sunday. [The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Texas, Sunday, June 15, 1930, Part 1, Page 3]

Harry A. Self is buried in Section J, Restland Memorial Park, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 76800274:

HARRY A. SELF
1892 - 1930


General Notes: Wife - Anna Penn STANLEY

Anna Penn Stanley married Harry Allen Self about 1919. They had three children: Nancy Penn Self, Eleanor Self, and Stanley Allen Self. Harry died on 14 June 1930.

Laurin Scott entertained with a musical and tea at the home of his sister, Mrs. A. S. Mitchell, 1711 Moser avenue, naming as his honoree, Mrs. Anna Penn Self of this city, who will leave early in June to make her home in Abilene. [The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Texas, Wednesday, May 27, 1931, Section I, Page 7]

Robert Le Grande Cullins, Jr., son of Robert Le Grande Cullins, age 34, and Anna Penn Stanley, age 34, was born 18 March 1933 in Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Texas. Robert, born in Texas, was a grocery merchant. Anna, born in Kaufman County, Texas, was a housewife. They were residents of Corpus Christi. Robert, Jr., was Anna's fourth child, all living. Certificate Number 121099. ["Texas, Birth Certificates, 1903-1935," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K6LG-THZ : accessed 24 Jan 2014), Anna Penn Stanley in entry for Robert Le Grande Cullins, 1933.]

1940 U.S. Census, Texas, Nueces County, Corpus Christi; Series: T627 Roll: 4115 Page: 1B:
2109 CULLINS Robert Head M W 41 M Texas Clerical worker Electric Company
-- Anna Penn Wife F W 41 M Texas Music Teacher Own home
-- Robert, Jr. Son M W 7 S Texas
SELF Stanley Step-son M W 12 S Texas
COX Whit Allen Boarder M W 26 S Texas Clerical worker Utility Company
FISH Howard B. Boarder M W 26 S Texas Service man Refrigeration Co.
On 1 April 1935, this household resided in the same place.

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John Preir SELLARS and Mattie WATTS




Husband John Preir SELLARS

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1888



Wife Mattie WATTS

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Susan Frances SELLARS

         Born: 15 October 1888 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 December 1920 - Grady County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Magnolia Cemetery
       Spouse: Clayton ULMER 808
         Marr: 28 March 1920 - Grady County, Georgia



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Clayton ULMER and Susan Frances SELLARS




Husband Clayton ULMER 808

         Born: May 1865 - Florida 808
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 28 March 1920 - Grady County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Anna L. HUDSON 808 - 18 March 1894



Wife Susan Frances SELLARS

         Born: 15 October 1888 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 December 1920 - Grady County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Magnolia Cemetery


       Father: John Preir SELLARS (      -      )
       Mother: Mattie WATTS (      -      )




Children

General Notes: Husband - Clayton ULMER

Is Clayton ULMER related to the family of Charles Henry DANIELL and Mary Melvina BAKER of Pavo, Thomas County, Georgia? James Ulmer DANIELL was born on the family farm in Pavo, Georgia on May 8, 1899, the tenth child of Charles Henry DANIELL and Mary Melvina BAKER. His family called him by his middle name, Ulmer, and did so throughout his life. In Miami, with James' second family and among friends, he was always called "Jimmy", never "Ulmer".

Why the middle name of Ulmer? Was the ULMER family close to the DANIELL family of Thomas County? James' parents were Baptist. Clayton was a deacon of the Primitive Baptist Church in Grady County, Georgia, which borders Thomas County and may have been friends with Charles Henry and Mary Melvina DANIELL. Was James' middle name to honor Carlton ULMER or his wife, Anna?

Clayton ULMER married Anna L. HUDSON 18 Mar. 1894 in Decatur County, Georgia. (Bk. H pg. 368, http://ftp.rootsweb.ancestry.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/vitals/marriages/hudson.txt)

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Decatur County, Whigham; Series: T623 Roll: 191 Page: 122:
170 173 ULMER Clayton Head W M May 1865 35 M 6 FL SC GA Farmer;
-- Anna L. Wife W F Dec 1873 26 M 6 4 4 AL GA AL;
-- Arvis C.* Son W M Jan 1895 5 S GA FL AL;l
-- Rufus** Son W M Aug 1896 3 S GA FL AL;
-- Bessie L.*** Dau W F Feb 1898 2 S GA FL AL;
-- Mamy**** Dau W F Mar 1900 2/12 S GA GA AL;
CANNON S_____ Boarder W M May 1875 25 S FL FL FL.

Grady County was created by an act of the Georgia General Assembly on August 17 , 1905 from portions of Decatur and Thomas counties.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Grady County, Whigham; Series: T624 Roll: 189 Page: 198: ULMER Clayton Head M W 44 M 16 FL NC GA Farmer General farm; -- Anna L. 36 M 16 8 8 FL AL AL; -- Arvis Son M W 15 S GA FL FL; -- Rufus Son M W 13 S GA FL FL; -- Bessie Dau F W 12 S GA FL FL; -- Mamie Dau F W 10 S GA FL FL; -- Clauddie [sic] Dau F W 7 S GA FL FL; -- Lillian Dau F W 5 S GA FL FL;-- Joe A. Son 3 S GA FL FL; -- Robert C. Son M W 2 S GA FL FL.

Anna died 3 Nov 1919.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Grady County, Whigham, Militia Dist 720; Series: T625 Roll: 257 Page: 171: 175 183 ULMER Clayton Head M W 54 Wd FL SC GA Farm G. farm; -- Arvis Son M W 24 S GA FL AL Farm laborer; -- Claudie Dau F W 17 S GA FL AL; -- Lillian Dau F W 15 S GA FL AL; -- Joe Son M W 13 S GA FL AL Farm laborer; -- Robert Son M W 11 S GA FL AL; -- Irene Dau F W 8 S GA FL AL; -- Lois Dau F W 6 S GA FL AL.

On 28 March 1920, Clayton remarried to Mrs Susan Frances SELLARS, named as "Mrs Susan McRORY" on the marriage record. Susan died in childbirth on 3 Dec 1920.


General Notes: Wife - Susan Frances SELLARS

Susan Frances SELLARS first married a man named Unknown McRORY. She married second Clayton ULMER on 28 March 1920. The marriage record names her as Mrs, Susan McRORY.

Nine months after the marriage, Susan died in childbirth on 3 December 1920. She is buried in Magnolia Cemetery, Grady County, Georgia.

Title Ulmer , Susan Frances Birth Date 1888 -10 -15 Age at Death 32 years month 18 days County of Death Grady Date of Death 1920 -12 -03 Year of Death 1920 Father's Name John Preir Sellars Mother's Name Mattie Watts First Name Susan Frances Last Name Ulmer Race or Ethnic Origin Caucasian
Certificate Number 34371 Sex Female Spouse's Name Clayton Ulmer Format Document Cause of Death: Childbirth.
Cite as Death Certificates, Vital Records, Public Health, RG 26-5-95, Georgia Archives
Digital Collection Georgia Death Certificates
Filename 004178254 _00518 .jpg
[Informant: R. L. SELLARS of Whigham, Georgia.]
(http://content.sos.state.ga.us/u?/gadeaths,79149)


Notes: Marriage

"ULMER, Clayton McRORY, Mrs. Susan 28 Mar 1920 A 530 (http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gagrady2/vitalstats/bookagrooms.html)
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John Raymond WORRILL and Sarah Anne SELLECK




Husband John Raymond WORRILL 2161

         Born: 26 June 1826
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 November 1881
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1848

 Other Spouse: Sarah Geraldine JOURDAN 2161,2225 - 24 January 1860



Wife Sarah Anne SELLECK

         Born: 1828
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 April 1857
       Buried:  - Magnolia Cemetery, Richmond County, Georgia


Children
1 F Sarah E. WORRILL

         Born: Abt 1850 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Ida Gibson WORRILL

         Born: 31 March 1851 - Richmond County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 April 1939 - Bibb County, Georgia
       Buried: 5 April 1939 - Chipley, Harris County, Georgia



3 M James F. WORRILL

         Born: Abt 1855 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M John R. WORRILL

         Born: 21 February 1857
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 February 1858
       Buried:  - Magnolia Cemetery, Richmond County, Georgia




General Notes: Husband - John Raymond WORRILL

In 1850, a John Worrell of District 27, Sumter County, Georgia owns two slaves, both female, ages 20 and 12. [1850 U.S. Slave Schedule, Sumter County, Georgria

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Sumter County, Americus P O; Series: M593 Roll: 174 Page: 265: 87 88 WORRELL John R. 40 M W Lawyer --- 1000 GA; -- Sarah G. 39 F W Keeps house GA; -- Sarah E. 19 F W At home GA; -- Ida G. 17 F W At school GA; -- James F. 15 M W At school GA; -- Americus M. 10 M W At school GA; -- Catherine J. 7 F W GA; -- Josephine 4 F W GA-- Geraldine H. 2 F W GA; -- John R. Jr. 1 F [sic] W GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Sumter County, Americus; Series: T9 Roll: 165 Page: 97: 116 132 WORRELL John R. W M 47 Wd Lawyer GA GA GA; -- Sarah W F 28 Dau S Keeping house GA GA GA; -- Ida W F 26 Dau S GA GA GA; -- Katie W F 16 Dau S GA GA AL; -- Julia W F 14 Dau S GA GA AL; -- Gerrydine [sic] W F 12 Dau S GA GA AL; -- John W M 11 Son GA GA AL.

John M. McCall of Cameron Parish received a transfer of an undivided 18/120 of 192 acres in Comanche County, Texas, according to Comanche County Deed Book 30, page 360. He received the transfer from John R. Worrill, Kate J. Worrill, Josephine Worrill and Geraldine Worrill of Muscogee County, Georgia. [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gowenrf/mccallms028.htm]


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Anne SELLECK

Sarah Anne Selleck is named as the wife of John R. Worrill and mother of Ida Gibson Worrill in Ida's obituary published in the Macon Telegraph on 5 April 1939.

Find A Grave Memorial# 142783208 records the buriel of Sarah A. Worrell in Magnolia Cemetery, Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia. It lists her birth in 1828 and her death on Apr. 2, 1857.

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Francis M. SELPH and Harriet M. C. UNDERWOOD




Husband Francis M. SELPH

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 6 June 1854



Wife Harriet M. C. UNDERWOOD

         Born: 23 January 1826 - Lowndes County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John J. UNDERWOOD (1796-      )
       Mother: Sarah King CAWTHORN (1800-1886)




Children

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SENKARIK and Phyllis WYATT




Husband SENKARIK (details suppressed for this person)

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     Marriage: 



Wife Phyllis WYATT (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Father: Phil Henly WYATT (1905-1976)
       Mother: Mary Alice YOUNG (1899-1985)




Children

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George James STROTHER II and SENTERFEIT




Husband George James STROTHER II (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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       Father: George James STROTHER (1868-      )
       Mother: Sallie Lou WATSON (1884-      )


     Marriage: 



Wife SENTERFEIT (details suppressed for this person)

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Children

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Adrian Lane SWART and Ann C. SETTLE




Husband Adrian Lane SWART

         Born: 1788 - Loudoun County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: December 1856 - Loudoun County, Virginia
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Cir 1840



Wife Ann C. SETTLE

         Born: 1790 - Loudoun County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 March 1857 - Loudoun County, Virginia
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Charles James SWART 3873

         Born: May 1830 - Loudoun County, Virginia 3873
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1 June 1900 3873
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Edmonia Frances DANIEL 376,377
         Marr: 8 June 1868 - Loudoun County, Virginia



General Notes: Husband - Adrian Lane SWART

"Ann C SETTLE (Henry SETTLE8, Reuben SETTLE7, Henry SETTLE6, Henry SETTLE5, Francis SETLE4, John Henry SETLE3, Henry SETLE2, John SETLE1) was born 1790 in Loudoun County, Virginia, and died 11 MAR 1857 in Loudoun County, Virginia. She married Adrian Lane SWART 1818 in Loudoun County, Virginia. He was born 1788 in Loudoun County, Virginia, and died DEC 1856 in Loudoun County, Virginia." [West Virginia Country Roads -Settle Family, D. A. Settle, Updated: 2010-08-29, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=REG&db=mstascat&id=I02798]
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Dr. Daniel Heyward TREZEVANT and Ann SEWELL




Husband Dr. Daniel Heyward TREZEVANT 1800,1803

         Born: 18 March 1796 - Charles Town, South Carolina 1803
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 March 1873 - Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina 4284
       Buried: 


       Father: Peter TREZEVANT (1768-1854) 4283
       Mother: Elizabeth Willoughby FARQUHAR (1772-1845) 4283


     Marriage: 3 May 1820 - Charleston, South Carolina 1804

 Other Spouse: Epps Goodwyn HOWELL 1800,1804,3467 - 15 November 1841 - South Carolina 1804



Wife Ann SEWELL 1804

         Born: 2 January 1795 - New York 1804
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 August 1838 - South Carolina 1804
       Buried: 


Children
1 M James Davis TREZEVANT 1804

         Born: 25 November 1822 - South Carolina 1804
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Ann Sewell TREZEVANT 451,452

         Born: 8 December 1824 - South Carolina 451
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1855 451
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Edward Fisher TAYLOR 449,451
         Marr: 8 November 1842


3 F Elizabeth Willoughby TREZEVANT 1804

         Born: 21 September 1827 - South Carolina 1804
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 January 1834 - South Carolina 1804
       Buried: 



4 M Daniel Heyward TREZEVANT 1804

         Born: 10 July 1829 - South Carolina 1804
   Christened: 
         Died:  - Chepultepec, Mexico 1804
       Buried: 



5 F Sarah King TREZEVANT 1801

         Born: 5 June 1832 - South Carolina 1801
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 January 1834 - South Carolina 1801
       Buried: 



6 M Dr. George Sewell TREZEVANT 1800,1801

          AKA: George TREZVANT 1802
         Born: Abt 1834 - Richland District, South Carolina 1801
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah --?-- 1802
         Marr: Bef 1860


7 F Catherine Elizabeth TREZEVANT 1801

         Born: 27 September 1836 - South Carolina 1801
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 March 1839 - South Carolina 1801
       Buried: 



8 M Peter TREZEVANT 1801

         Born: 30 March 1838 - South Carolina 1801
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 March 1838 - South Carolina 1801
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Dr. Daniel Heyward TREZEVANT

Dr. Daniel Heyward TREZEVANT was born on 18 March 1786 in Charles Town, South Carolina, son of Huguenot immigrants, Peter and Elizabeth Willoughby Farquar TREZEVANT. He firsr married Miss Ann SEWELL and second Miss Epps Goodwyn HOWELL. m. "Mrs. TREZEVANT, wife of Dr. D. H. TREZEVANT, died in Col'a So. Ca. May 2'd, 1862. Consumption." // The Trezevant building was named for Dr. Daniel Heyward Trezevant who is well known for his large contributions to the State Hospital, as well as, his published description of the burning of Columbia by Sherman's Troops. // A Robert J. Bates from Harrisburg, PA married Margaret E. Davant. M. E. Davant's great uncle, Thomas Stovell Davant of Columbia, SC married Mary Taylor Dec., 14, 1871 in the home of her grandfather, Daniel Heyward Trezevant. (Transactions of the Huguenot Society of SC No. 75, p.133 and 136)[http://genforum.genealogy.com/trezevant/] // Klasen, Trezevant. Anne Marie Klasen and Daniel Heyward Trezevant IV of Beaufort were married at 3 pm July 31 on the beach at Fripp Island. ... (beaufortgazette.com/features/weddings ) // 1859 City Directory for Columbia, SC - T
... 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] //
On Monday, March 13, 1854, a meeting of the physicians of Columbia was held at the Town Hall. Those present were D.H. Trezevant, R.W. Gibbes, Sr., A.H. Nagel, J.H. Boatwright, Joseph C. Crane, A.W. Kennedy, J.H. Thompson, L. Huot, T.H. Wade, W.P. Geiger, T.J. Goodwyn, A.N. Talley, J. McF. Gaston, J.W. Powell, W. Reynolds. Dr. Trezevant was called to the chair and Dr. Gibbes requested to act as Secretary. The meeting was then organized and Dr. Gibbes offered the following resolutions which were unanimously agreed to: Resolved: That is expedient and important that a Medical Society should exist in Columbia; Resolved: That we proceed to its organization. Dr. Gibbes then submitted a draft of a Constitution which was read, and after a few amendments, was adopted. Thus the Medical Society of Columbia was organized.
[http://www.columbiamedicalsociety.org/html/history.html] // At Columbia "Mrs G. Told me of a young lady about 16, Miss Kinsler, who...three officers brutally ravished and who became crazy from it." Dr D.H. Trezevant, cited by Catherine Clinton in " Tara revisited, women, war and the plantation legend". [http://hometown.aol.com/cwrapes/page17.htm] // D.H. Trezevant, The Burning of Columbia, S.C. (Columbia: South Carolina Power Press, 1866) //
1 William Russell Keller b: March 30, 1818 d: April 24, 1887
Burial: April 1887 Keller Cemetery, Creston, South Carolina
.. +Eliza Caroline Shuler b: February 06, 1818 m: Aft. 1838
d: 1842 Burial: 1842
*2nd Wife of William Russell Keller:
.. +Ann C. Shuler b: February 1828 m: February 22, 1844 d:
May 28, 1892 Burial: May 1892
2 Ida C. Keller b: Aft. 1849
.... +D. H. Trezevant b: Aft. 1849 m: Aft. 1869
[From: CFelder817@aol.com <mailto:CFelder817@aol.com>
Subject: [ORANGEBURGH_SC] Felder / Keller / Jesse A. Bardin
Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2001 09:17:32 EDT ]
Records of Deaths in Columbia: Page 147 "Dr. Daniel Heyward TREZEVANT died in Col'a So. Ca. Marrch 21st 1873 in the seventy seventh year of his age, of Erysipalus." Born of Huguenot parentage in Charleston on 18 March 1796.

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland District, Columbia; Series: M432 Roll: 858 Page: 36: 605 622 Daniel H. TREZEVANT 54 M Physician 6000 SC; Epps G. " 31 F SC; George " 16 M Student SC; Jessie H. " 8 F SC; Peter J. " 6 M SC; [next page] Willoughby T. TREZEVANT 4 M SC; William H. " 3 SC; Martha L. " 1 SC.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1227 Page: 57: 800 810 D. H. TREZVANT [sic] 64 M Physician 15,000 10,000 SC; E. G. 40 F [Student in college, struct out, meant for son James] SC; James H. 18 M Student SC; Peter J. 14 M SC; Willoughby F. 13 M SC; William H. 11 M SC; Lucy M. 9 F SC; Theodore M. 7 M SC; Robert G. 5 M SC.

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Ward 3, Columbia; Series: M593 Roll: 1507 Page: 132:
152 194 TREZVANT [sic] Danl H. 74 M W Physician 3600 1500 SC; -- William 22 M W R R conductor SC; -- Lucy 20 F W At home SC; -- Theodore 17 M W SC; -- Robt 16 M W SC; -- Fanny 65 F B SC; -- Betty 28 F B SC; BROWN Gabriell 16 M B SC.
Next door:
151 193 TREZVANT [sic] George 36 M W Physician 1900 200 SC; -- Robert 13 M W At home SC; -- Sarah 36 F W SC; -- Annie 11 F W SC; -- Sarah 9 F W SC; -- Farquire [sic] 7 F W SC; -- Lucy 3 F W SC.

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Benjamin TUCKER and Sarah SEWELL




Husband Benjamin TUCKER

         Born: 1758
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1795



Wife Sarah SEWELL

         Born: 1775
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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Children
1 F Mary TUCKER

         Born: 1798 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1878 - St. Clair County, Alabama
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Josiah RICKLES
         Marr: Abt 1820



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Earnest Fairfax SHREVE and SHAW




Husband Earnest Fairfax SHREVE

         Born: 5 March 1903 - California
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       Father: William Joseph SHREVE (1855-Between 1920/1930) 364,2746
       Mother: Mary Anna BERRY (1861-1946) 364,1752


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Wife SHAW (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Richard Ernest SHREVE

         Born: 7 May 1932 - San Francisco, California
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General Notes: Husband - Earnest Fairfax SHREVE


"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K9D9-HMQ : accessed 18 Jul 2013), Ernest F Shreve, 1940. Assembly District 25, San Francisco, San Francisco City, San Francisco, California. Affiliate Publication Number T627, Affiliate Film Number 313. Sheet Number 62B. District 38-399. Family Number 345
Ernest F. Shreve Head M 37 California Salesman Wholesale printing sups;
Dorothy M. Shreve Wife F 32 England;
Richard E. Shreve Son M 8 California.
On 1 April 1935 this family resided in the same house.

Ernest Fairfax Shreve born 5 Mar 1903 in California,died 11 May 1981 in San Francisco, California. His Mother's [Maiden] Name was Berry. ["California, Death Index, 1940-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VGTC-7Q4 : accessed 18 Jul 2013), Ernest Fairfax Shreve, 1981.]

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David Taylor SHAW and Dorothea Dandridge WINSTON




Husband David Taylor SHAW (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Dorothea Dandridge WINSTON 330

         Born: July 1894 - Virginia 330
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       Father: Frank WINSTON, Sr. (1859-      ) 330
       Mother: Helen Mary WALLACE (1863-      ) 330,331




Children
1 F Shirley Dandridge SHAW (details suppressed for this person)

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S1 James Aloysius SHAW, Jr., USN, WWII and Ruth Lucille THOMSON




Husband S1 James Aloysius SHAW, Jr., USN, WWII

         Born: 29 September 1919 - Arlington County, Virginia
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         Died: 5 November 1968 - White Pine County, Nevada
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     Marriage: 10 September 1941 - Howard County, Maryland



Wife Ruth Lucille THOMSON

         Born: 3 April 1924 - Prince Edward County, Virginia
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         Died: 8 September 2012 - Winchester, Virginia
       Buried:  - Columbia Memorial Gardens, Arlington County, Virginia


       Father: George Forrest THOMSON, Sr. (1892-1934)
       Mother: Katherine Blakeney SULLIVAN (1892-1973)



 Other Spouse: Francis C. PINKHAM -  (Divorced in 1974)

 Other Spouse: Lee George BLACKMAN - 13 February 1975 - Los Angeles County, California


Children
1 F Katherine Marie SHAW (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Patrick Stephen SHAW (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Timothy Joseph SHAW (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Maureen E. SHAW (details suppressed for this person)

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5 M CTSN James Aloysious SHAW, III, USN, Vietnam

         Born: 8 June 1944 - Arlington County, Virginia
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         Died: 13 April 2011 - Prince Edward County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Trinity Memorial Gardens, Prince Edward County, Virginia



6 M Thomas M. SHAW (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - S1 James Aloysius SHAW, Jr., USN, WWII

James A. Shaw, Jr. is named as her deceased first husband in the September 2012 obituary of Ruth Lucille (Thomson) Blackman.

Obituary: James A. Shaw, Jr., 49, a postal employe who was the son of a noted former Washington Senators baseball player, was killed Tuesday in an automobile accident near Ely, Nevada. He was returning to his home at Ely from the Salt Lake City Veterans Administration Hospital, where he was under treatment for cancer. He lost control of his car, was thrown from it, and runover by another car. An outstanding athlete at Gonzaga High School here, he starred on the school's football team about 1937. His father, "Grunting Jim" Shaw, was a pitcher, ranking just behind Walter Johnson on the Senators' teams from 1913 to 1921. Mr. Shaw was a clerk at Arlington's Clarendon Station post office for about 16 years until he became ill and moved to Ely in 1960. Besides his wife, Marjorie [sic, and an adopted son, Randolph J., both of Ely, he leaves two daughters, Mrs Katherine Krupski and Maureen and two sons, James A, III and Timothy, all of the 3000 block of South Woodrow Street, Arlington; two other sons, Patrick S. of 6790 Greenwood Drive, Falls Church, and Thomas M. of West Mesa, Ariz.; a brother Howard, and a sister, Jane, both of 3211 S. 22nd St., Arlington, and a granddaughter. Services and burial were to be in Ely. [The Evening Star, Washington, District of Columbia, Friday, November 8, 1968, Page 45]

James Aloysius Shaw, Jr., is buried in Ely City Cemetery, Ely, White Pine County, Nevada. A picture of his headsdtone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 54937154:

JAMES
ALOYSIUS
SHAW JR
VIRGINIA
S1
US NAVY
WORLD WAR II
SEPTEMBER. 29, 1919
NOVEMBER 5, 1968


General Notes: Wife - Ruth Lucille THOMSON

In the 1940 census, Lucille Thomson, 15, resided in the home of her sister, Kathryn Mahorney.
"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VRYW-TT1 : accessed 15 November 2015), John D Mahorney, Arlington County, Arlington, Virginia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 7-20, sheet 1B, family 19, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 4245.
John D Mahorney Head M 25 VA Bookkeeper Morris Plan Bank
Kathryn Mahorney Wife F 21 DC
John Forrest Mahorney Son M 3 DC
Edward W Mahorney Son M 2 DC
Lucille Thomson Sister F 15 VA
On 1 April 1935, John and Kathryn resided in the same place. Lucille resided in Farmville, Prince Edwards County, Virginia.

Ruth Lucille Thomson married James Aloysius Shaw [Jr.] on 10 September 1941. He died in 1968.

Ruth married second Francis C Pinkham. Ruth L. Thompson divorced Francis C. Pinkham in October 1969 in Los Angles City, California. ["California Divorce Index, 1966-1984,"]
They remarried and divorced again in January 1974 in Los Angeles County, California.
["California Divorce Index, 1966-1984,"]

Mrs. Lucille Pinkham, Hollywood, California, is named as a surviving daughter in the August 26, 1973 obituary of Katherine B. Wicks.

Lucille Blackman of Farmville, Virginia., is named as a surviving sister in the October 2001 obituary of Francis Carroll Thomson.

Ruth Lucille is buried in Section H, Columbia Gardens Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 96929195:

RUTH LUCILLE
THOMSON BLACKMAN
APR. 3, 1924 - SEPT. 8, 2012

The memorial presents this obituary: Ruth Lucille Thomson Shaw Blackman, 88, of Front Royal, VA, died on September 8, 2012 at Winchester Medical Center. A Mass of Christian Burial was held on Tuesday, September 11, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. at St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church in Front Royal, conducted by The Rev. Jerome Fasano. Burial will be held at Columbia Memorial Gardens in Arlington, VA. Mrs. Blackman was born April 3, 1924 in Farmville, VA, daughter of the late George Forrest Thomson and Katherine Sullivan Thomson. She was a graduate of Washington and Lee High School in Arlington. She resided in Northern Virginia for most of her life and in 1961 she moved to the West Coast. She returned to Rice, VA and recently moved to Front Royal. She was a member of the St. James Catholic Church and sang in the church choir. Mrs. Blackman was a member of UDC Warren Rifles Chapter and UDC Farmville Chapter 45, DAR Farmville- Longwood Chapter and DAR Winchester- Fort Loudoun Chapter, and was also a member Stuart-Mosby Historical Society. She had a great interest in genealogy and the Civil War. Mrs. Blackman truly loved music and was a generous woman. She was preceded in death by her first husband, James A. Shaw, Jr. and her second husband, Lee George Blackman. Surviving are her children, Katherine (Shaw) Swanson of Front Royal, Patrick S. Shaw and wife Barbara of Villa Rica, GA, Timothy J. Shaw, Sr. and wife Kathryn of Rice, VA, and Maureen E. Smith of Rice, VA; grandchildren, Laura Davis, Thomas Shaw, Jr., Amy Gantt, Christopher Swanson, Timothy Shaw, Jr., Amanda Lou Shaw, Brandy Wood, Kristy Langston, Megan Langston, Michael Langston, and Shawn Langston; and many great-grandchildren. Along with her parents and husbands, she was preceded in death by two sons, James A. Shaw, III and Thomas M. Shaw. She was loved by all who knew her and will be greatly missed. Arrangements are by Maddox Funeral Home, Inc. in Front Royal, VA. [The Northern Virginia Daily, Wednesday, September 12, 2012]


Notes: Marriage

Miss Ruth Thomson Wed to J. A. Shaw
Mrs. George Forrest Thomson of Arlington, Va., announces the marriage of her daughter, Miss Ruth Lucille Thomson , to Mr. James Aloysius Shaw, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Shaw, also of Arlington. Mr. Shaw's brother is a former pitcher on the Washington professional baseball team. The wedding took place Wednesday, September 10, in the St. Louis Catholic Church at Clarksville, Md., the Rev. Michael A. Egan officiating. Mrs. Shaw attended the Washington-Lee High School and Holy Trinity School and Mr. Shaw was graduated from Gonzaga High School and attended Georgetown University. They are home at 1309 North Kirkwood drive in Arlington. [The Evening Star, Washington, District of Columbia, Wednesday, September 24, 1941, Page 27]

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SWANSON and Katherine Marie SHAW




Husband SWANSON (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Katherine Marie SHAW (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: S1 James Aloysius SHAW, Jr., USN, WWII (1919-1968)
       Mother: Ruth Lucille THOMSON (1924-2012)




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SMITH and Maureen E. SHAW




Husband SMITH (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Maureen E. SHAW (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: S1 James Aloysius SHAW, Jr., USN, WWII (1919-1968)
       Mother: Ruth Lucille THOMSON (1924-2012)




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Nathaniel H. SHAW, G.A.R. and Charlotte WILLIAMS




Husband Nathaniel H. SHAW, G.A.R.

         Born: 18 December 1818 - Marietta, Ohio
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       Buried:  - Mound Cemetery
     Marriage: 9 April 1857 - Washington County, Ohio

 Other Spouse: Nancy E. CASADY - 4 November 1841 - Washington County, Ohio



Wife Charlotte WILLIAMS

         Born: Abt 1824 - Virginia
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General Notes: Husband - Nathaniel H. SHAW, G.A.R.

Nathaniel H. Shaw married Nancy E. CASADY. Washington County Marriages 1789-1918 by Wes Cochran records: "N. H. SHAW and Nancy CASSADY, both residents of Washington County, November 4, 1841."

"In 1850 Nancy E. (age 27) and Nathaniel H. (age 29) SHAW are living in the Second Ward of Marietta, OH with the following children: Eunice L. (age 7), Mary A. (age 3), Royal A. (age 2) and Joseph C. (age 4/12). All were born in Ohio. Nathaniel is a painter. Living next to them is a Royal (age 56, born in MD) and Lincoln C. (age 60, born in MA) SHAW. With Royal and Lincoln is a John (age 23, broom maker) SHAW.
Last week I also located the following from an January 26, 1855 Marietta Republican obit: 'January 10, 1855 Nancy E. (Cassaday) SHAW, age 32 years, 6 months. She was the daughter of Lucas and Ann CASSADY.' This is the first time that I have seen where Lucas had a daughter named Nancy E. CASSADY." (Millie Covey Fry)

Nathaniel was left with four children aged five to thirteen. A little over two years later, on April 9, 1857, N. H. SHAW remarried to Charlotte W. WILLIAMS.

In 1860, Charlotte (age 36, born in VA), Nathaniel (age 40, born in OH), Louisa (age 18, born in OH, a teacher), Mary (age 14, born in OH), Ann (age 12, born in OH), Joseph (age 10, born in OH) and Frank (age ?) SHAW were living in the Third Ward of Marietta, OH.

Nathaniel H. SHAW is buried in Mound Cemetery. Therein with him are his first wife, Nancy E. CASADY, and two of their children, Harriet and Joseph.

Mound Cemetery
Nancy E. (Cassady) Shaw
Died: age 33 y
no date given but it had to be after 1850 and before 1857

Harriet Shaw, d/o Nancy E. (Cassady) and Nathaniel H. Shaw
Died Oct. 17, 1844, aged 1 month according to cemetery records or 3 weeks according to E.H.1857

Joseph Shaw, s/o Nancy E. (Cassady) and Nathaniel H. Shaw
Died April 7, 1869, aged 19 y 1 m

Nathaniel H. Shaw
Born Dec. 18, 1818, Marietta, OH, son of Lincon C. and Royal (Protzman) Shaw
Died Aug 15, 1886
Civil War, Co. B, 39th Ohio Infantry
m. Nancy E. Cassady on Nov. 4, 1841
m. Charlotte Williams on April 9, 1857
(Millie Covey Fry)

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Herman Shackleford STANLEY, Jr., USA, WWII and Virginia Lynn SHAW




Husband Herman Shackleford STANLEY, Jr., USA, WWII

         Born: 20 December 1915 - Colbert County, Alabama
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       Buried: 8 April 2000 - Glenwood Cemetery, Lee County, Mississippi
     Marriage: After 1971



Wife Virginia Lynn SHAW

         Born: 7 July 1915 - Franklin County, Alabama
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       Buried:  - Glenwood Cemetery, Lee County, Mississippi

 Other Spouse: Watt H. DANIEL, Jr., USA, WWII 1203 - Abt 1941


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General Notes: Husband - Herman Shackleford STANLEY, Jr., USA, WWII

Obituary: Herman S. Stanley Jr., 84, died Wednesday, April 5, 2000, at the North Mississippi Medical Center after a brief illness. He was born Dec. 20, 1915, in Tuscumbia, Ala., to Herman Shackleford Stanley Sr. and Elizabeth King Stanley. He moved to Tupelo with his parents in 1917. He was a U.S. Army Air Force veteran of World War II, serving in the Pacific Theater. He was an executive with Chicago Southern and Delta Airlines, retiring Jan. 1, 1976. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church, where he was past president of the Wesley Fellowship Class, chairman of the trustees, adult Sunday school teacher and member of the administrative council.
Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in the Jefferson Street Chapel of W.E. Pegues with Dr. Larry Goodpaster, the Rev. John Suddith and the Rev. Hershel Wiygul officiating. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery.
Survivors include his wife, Virginia S. Stanley of Tupelo; one son, Dr. Kenneth L. Stanley of Valdosta, Ga.; one daughter, Judith S. Bearden of Peachtree City, Ga.; one stepdaughter, Alice V. Daniel of Austin, Texas; one stepson, Watt Daniel of Tupelo; four grandsons, Stan Bearden, Brian Stanley, Eric Stanley and Patrick Stanley; one stepgrandson, James Carl Vail Jr.
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Evelyn E. Stanley; his parents; and two brothers, Walter King Stanley and Robert Bruce Stanley.
Pallbearers will be Guy Mitchell III, Dr. Joe Bailey, Ron Richardson, David Sparks, J.C. Whitehead, Bill Harrison, Perrin Purvis and David O. "Son" Puckett.
Honorary pallbearers will be Herman Page, Cy Burnett, Walter Rhodes, Dr. Harold Hutson, George Maynard, Mac McLaurin, Paul Eason, Dr. Eugene Murphy and Dr. Bill Stroup.
Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church, 412 W. Main St., Tupelo MS 38804 or a charity of the donor's choice.
[http://djournal.com/news/obituaries-friday-april-7-2000/]

Herman S. Stanley, second husband of Virginia Lynn Shaw, is buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Tupelo, Lee County, Mississippi. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 81229779:

HERMAN S. STANLEY, JR.
DECEMBER 20, 1915
APRIL 5, 2000


General Notes: Wife - Virginia Lynn SHAW

Obituary: Virginia Shaw Stanley, 91, died Tuesday, September 5, 2006, in Tupelo, Mississippi after a brief illness. This beautiful Southern Belle, a true lady of grace, was born July 7, 1915, in Red Bay, Alabama to Charles Garvin Shaw and Myrtle Alice Copeland Shaw.
Virginia moved to Tupelo with her parents when she was in elementary school. Her education included Tupelo Public School system, Vanderbilt University, Ward-Belmont College, and Washington D. C. Conservatory of Music. Those early years were filled with great excitement: dance cotillions, piano and voice recitals and duets, and professional singing which included solos and duets throughout the state. Virginia Lynn Shaw was crowned Miss Tupelo in 1932, May Queen at Ward-Belmont College in 1935, and Red Cross Service Volunteer "Float Queen in 1940.
During her early married years, her interests and passions centered around numerous volunteer service clubs, most of which she was a charter member. Her love of music shone through her work with Tupelo Community Concert Association and the Fortnightly Musicale. As a member of the Tupelo Junior Auxiliary, she spent countless but rewarding hours improving the welfare of our communitys childrens needs. Throughout the years she displayed her artistic abilities through the Tupelo Garden Club. She took pride in being a first-class homemaker.
The Shepherd Center, of which she was a charter member, gave her great satisfaction as an "older person helping older people.
Looking back on all these years, nothing gave her greater fulfillment than her love for her family, her church, her friends, and neighbors. There were many high points of her church life: She spent more than 50 years in the choir program. She orchestrated and co-chaired the Altar Guilds project for the needlepoint prayer rail and pastors chairs. Her children and close friends felt comfort, strength and hope because of her powerful prayer life. In her later years, her favorite church contribution was sending 40 or more cards per month to those grieving or celebrating.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday, September 8, 2006, in the sanctuary of First United Methodist Church. Rev. Andy Ray, Rev. Hershel Wiygul, and Dr. Rev. Prentiss Gordon will be officiating a service on scriptures of hope, grace, and the celebration of Virginia's faith. The Chancel Choir under the direction of Beverly Clement will present beautiful and heartwarming musical arrangements. The service will also include piano and organ duets as a tribute to Virginias own musical career. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery. Afterward, family and friends are invited to the churchs Gathering Room for refreshments.
Survivors include one son, Watt H. Daniel, III; one daughter, Alice Virginia Daniel; one grandson, James Carl Vail, Jr., all of Tupelo.; one step-daughter, Judi and Richard Bearden, of Peachtree City, Ga.; one stepson and wife, Drs. Ken and Barbara Stanley of Valdosta, Ga. ; four step-grandsons, Stan Bearden and wife, Amy, Brian Stanley, Eric Stanley and wife, Lisa, and Patrick Stanley; three step-great-grandchildren, Miles, Emily, and Madeline; a sister-in-law, Dorothy Daniel of Arlington, Va., and her children, Tom, Ann, Louise, and Mary Nellis; a nephew, Bill Hightower and wife, Nancy, of Athens, Ala.; a niece, Nell Hightower Cobb and husband, Howard, of Manakin-Sabot, Va.; a cousin, Doris Cole and family of Red Bay, Ala., and numerous nieces and nephews from Boston to Hawaii.
She is preceded in death by her parents, her first husband, Watt Henry Daniel, Jr., and his parents, Watt Sr., and Nellis Daniel; her second husband, Herman S. Stanley; her sisters-in-law, Sarah Daniel, and Louise Daniel Hightower and husband, Baylis; and brother-in-law, Charles David Daniel.
Pallbearers will be David Sparks, David Anthony, Scotty Yarborough, Buddy McCarty, Bill Stroup, Robin Faucette, Dr. Harold Hudson, Walter Clyde Rhodes, Guy Mitchell, III, and Adrian Thompson.
Honorary Pallbearers will be Mrs. Wade Lagrone, Dr. Eugene Murphry and his nurse Elaine, Brenda Swords, Mrs. Maurine Vail, Reverend and Mrs. E.S. Furr, The Wesley Fellowship Sunday School Class, the Discovery Circle, and the many, many best friends from throughout her life and until the end. Thank you.
Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church, 412 W. Main St., Tupelo, MS 38804, or to the charity of the donors choice.
Virginia, a child of God. Welcome Home.
[http://www.peguesfuneralhome.com/memsol.cgi?user_id=564248]

Virginia is buried in Glenwood Cemetery, Tupelo, Lee County, Mississippi. A picture of the headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 81229786:

VIRGINIA SHAW STANLEY
JULY 7, 1915
SEPT. 5, 2006
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Thomas Bates WATSON and Anne Louise SHEALY




Husband Thomas Bates WATSON 3839

         Born: October 1897 - Batesburg, South Carolina
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       Father: Andrew B. WATSON (1867-      ) 1749
       Mother: Hibernia Caroline COONER (1870-      ) 3839


     Marriage: Abt 1919



Wife Anne Louise SHEALY 3840

         Born: 15 October 1899 - Newberry County, South Carolina 3840
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       Buried:  - Batesburg Cemetery


       Father: Clifton Daniel SHEALY (      -      )
       Mother: Daisy Magdaline` EPTING (      -      )




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1 F Mary Carolina WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Thomas Bates WATSON, Jr.

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3 M Harold Louis WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Luanne WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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5 M Robert Michael WATSON

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6 F Sarah WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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7 F Martha WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Thomas Bates WATSON

Called "Bates."

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Saluda County, Twp 2; Series: T625 Roll: 1708 Page: 71: Fm 314 324 WATSON Hibernia Head F W 49 M SC SC SC Farming Farm home; -- Andrew B. Husband M W 52 M SC SC SC Salesman General ___; -- Bates Son M W 23 M SC SC SC None; -- Anne Dau-in-law F W 20 M SC SC SC.


General Notes: Wife - Anne Louise SHEALY

Obituary: WATSON, Annie
MONETTA [South Carolina]- Services for Annie Shealy Watson, 102, of Monetta will be conducted at 11:00 a.m. Saturday from the First Baptist Church of Batesburg with the Rev. Bill West officiating. Burial will follow in Batesburg Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be John and Edward Paulling, Michael Watson, Lesslie Mobley, Jason Beachy and Josh Denny. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the SS Class and Circle #4. Memorials may be made to a charity of one's choice. Visitation will be Friday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. at BARR-PRICE FUNERAL HOME, Historic B-L Chapel. The family is at the home of her daughter, Luanne Edwards, 245 Rawls Drive, Leesville.Mrs. Watson died Thursday March 21, 2002. She was born Oct. 15, 1899 in Little Mountain the oldest child of Clifton Daniel "Kip" and Daisy Magdeline Epting Shealy. She moved to Leesville when she was a teenager and worked in Cooner's Department Store, married Thomas Bates Watson in 1919 at the parsonage of the First Baptist Church of Batesburg and lived on Hibernia Farm in Monetta. She was the oldest member of the First Baptist Church of Batesburg where she was a former SS Teacher and Circle member. Mrs. Watson was an advocate for preserving history in Lexington, Saluda and Edgefield counties and was especially interested in old family cemeteries and historical landmarks. She was an expert at chair caning, quilting, rug making and looming. In the late 60s, she was written up in The State newspaper as she was preserving the age-old art of chair caning. She was an avid baseball fan and followed teams and scores by radio and television.Surviving are a son, Louis Watson of Monetta; daughters, Carolina Paulling of Batesburg-Leesville, Luanne Edwards of Leesville, Martha Hall of Blythewood, Sarah Watson of Lexington; a sister, Jesse Shealy of Lake Murray; 17 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Thomas Bates Watson, Sr., sons, Thomas Bates Watson, Jr. and Robert Watson.
Services for Annie Shealy Watson, 102, of Monetta will be conducted at 11:00 a.m. Saturday from the First Baptist Church of Batesburg with the Rev. Bill West officiating. Burial will follow in Batesburg Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be John and Edward Paulling, Michael Watson, Lesslie Mobley, Jason Beachy and Josh Denny. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the SS Class and Circle #4. Memorials may be made to a charity of one's choice. Visitation will be Friday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. at BARR-PRICE FUNERAL HOME, Historic B-L Chapel. (The Post and Courier, Charleston, SC, http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=smears&id=I82257)


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Samuel James WADDELL and Fanny E. SHEARER




Husband Samuel James WADDELL

         Born: Abt 1889 - Charlotte County, Virginia
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         Died: 1941 - Pinellas County, Florida
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Wife Fanny E. SHEARER 1272

         Born: December 1890 - Duval County, Florida 1272
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       Father: Virgil Gardner SHEARER (1856-1914) 1272
       Mother: Fannie Jefferson RAIFORD (1868-1955) 1272,1273,1274




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1 M WADDELL

         Born: 26 November 1915 - St. Lucie County, Florida
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         Died: 26 November 1915 - St. Lucie County, Florida
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2 F Frances Elizabeth WADDELL

         Born: Abt 1920 - Florida
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General Notes: Husband - Samuel James WADDELL

"United States Census, 1930", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:SBHH-S2M : accessed 12 December 2015), Alexina C Ellis in entry for Samuel J Waddell, 1930.
Samuel J. Waddell Head M 49 M 22 VA VA VA
Frances E Waddell Wife F 37 M 19 FL AL TX
Frances E. Waddell Dau F 11 S FL VA FL
Frances R. Shearer Mother-in-law F 61 Wd 20 TX GA VA
Alexina C. Ellis Sister-in-law F 34 Wd 19 FL AL TX
Frances M Ellis Niece F 13 S FL GA FL
Kate Shearer Aunt 77 S AL GA SC

"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VTCD-JJX : accessed 13 December 2015), Frances S Waddill in household of Samuel J Waddill, West Palm Beach, Election Precinct 18, Palm Beach, Florida, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 50-31A, sheet 19A, family 452, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 606.
Samuel J. Waddill [sic] Head M 59 M VA Carpenter Contracting company
Frances S. Waddill Wife F 49 M FL Stenographer Real estate office
F. Elizabeth Waddill Dau F 20 S FL Bookkeeper Real estate office
Fannie R. Shearer Mother-in-law F 72 Wd TX
Carney S. Ellis Sister-in-law F 44 Wd FL Clerk Private filling station
On 1 April 1935, this family resided in the same house. Carney Ellis resided in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.

"Florida State Census, 1945," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MNNC-D6L : accessed 13 December 2015), Frances S Waddill, West Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Florida; citing line 12, State Archives, Tallahassee; FHL microfilm 2,425,202.
Waddill [sic], Samuel J.M 64 VA Grammer Sheet metal work
-- Frances S. Bunker Rd F 54 FL H.S. Private secretary
Shearer Fannie R. Bunker Rd F 76 TX Private Sch. Retired
Ellis, Carney S. Bunker Rd F 49 FL H.S. Asst city tax assessor.

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Gov. John C. SHEPPARD




Husband Gov. John C. SHEPPARD

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1 F Helen Louise SHEPPARD 4432

         Born: 6 February 1882
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         Died: 11 August 1946
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       Spouse: Benjamin Edward NICHOLSON II 1098,1130
         Marr: 12 June 1904



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William Augustus STROTHER and Joyce Powell SHEPPARD




Husband William Augustus STROTHER

         Born: 16 February 1766
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         Died: 18 August 1794
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       Father: George STROTHER (1740-After 1771) 1259
       Mother: Ellen KENNERLY (Cir 1740-      )


     Marriage: Cir 1787 - Edgefield County, South Carolina



Wife Joyce Powell SHEPPARD

         Born: 29 October 1770
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         Died: 24 February 1841 - Edgefield District, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Strother - Sheppard Cemetery


       Father: James SHEPPARD (1737-1791)
       Mother: Janette RIDDELL (1742-Cir 1825)



 Other Spouse: Benjamin CULPEPPER III - Bef 1801 - Edgefield District, South Carolina


Children
1 M John Sheppard STROTHER

         Born: 16 January 1788 - South Carolina
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2 M George James STROTHER

         Born: 13 March 1791 - South Carolina
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         Died: 8 October 1817 - Edgefield District, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Strother - Sheppard Cemetery
       Spouse: Charlotte RICHARDSON
         Marr: 3 June 1810


3 F Jeanette STROTHER

         Born: 3 March 1794 - South Carolina
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         Died: 23 January 1795 - Edgefield District, South Carolina
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General Notes: Husband - William Augustus STROTHER

ID: I5781 Reference Number: 5781 Name: William Augustus STROTHER Sex: M Change Date: 25 FEB 2007
Will: 13 AUG 1794 Edgefield District, South Carolina Note:
In the Name of God Amen I William STROTHER of Edgefield County and State of South Carolina Planter- Being very Sick and weak of Body But of Sound mind and Memory thanks be to God for his Mercy-Calling unto mind the Mortality of my Body - and knowing that it is Appointed for all men once to die Do make and ordain this my last Will & Testament in Manner and form following That is to Say Principally and First of all I give and Recommend my Soul into the hands of Almighty God that Give it me and As for my Body I Recommend to the Earth to be Bured in a Decent Christian like Burial at the Discretion of my Executors Nothing Doubting but at the General Resurrection I shall receive the Same again by the Mighty power of God- and touching my Worldly Estate Wherewith it hath been pleased God to Bless me within this life I Give demise and Dispose of in the following Manner and Form-
First I give and Bequeath unto my wife Joyce STROTHER two negroes to wit Nancy and Jacob- and the tract of Land whereon I Now live containing two hundred and twenty five acres.
Also I Give and Bequeath to my Son George James STROTHER - One Negro Named Anson and one Tract of Land on Saludy River Whereon I formerly Lived- Containing One Hundred Acres- and One horse Saddle and Bridle when he Comes of Age-
Also I Give and Bequeath to my Daughter Nutty [Netty] STROTHER - One Negro Named Lydia and one tract of Land Containing Two hundred and Sixty one acres on Hollensher Creek Water of Broad River------------
Also I will that all my other Lands may be sold and my Debts and the Balance together with my Dues to Collect to be Equally Devided Between my Wife and two Children.
Also I will that two of my horses be sold and the money to be equally devided between my Wife and two Children.
Also I Will that the Residue of my Stock Household furniture working tools- to be left to the use of my family- to wit my wife and Children.
Also I do hereby appoint my wife Joyce Strother Executrix and Solomon Pope and John Strother Executors after my Decease.
And I do hereby Utterly revoke Disallow and Disanul all former Wills Legacies By me Willed or Bequeathed Ratifying and Confirming this and No other to be my last Will and Testament In Witness whereof I the Said William Strother have
hereunto Set my hand and Seal this thirteenth day of August Anno Domini 1794
Signed Sealed Published
and Pronounced by the Sd William STROTHER (Seal)
William STROTHER as his
last Will and Testament
Who in his presence and
in the presence of Each
other have hereunto
Subscribed our Names
Henry KING
Thomas DOZER
David PITTS
Recorded in Will Book "A" Pages 64 & 65
Recorded October Term 1794
R. Tutt C. E. C.
S. Box 46 Pkg. 1928
[This was not copied from a copy of the original, but from a WPA typed copy. Provided to Culpepper Connections by Gennie Harris. Subsequently, some punctuation was edited for clarity and a repetitive page deleted by Warren Culpepper.]
(As posted by Lew Griffin, lewgriffin@cox.net, 2007-08-16, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=culpdesc&id=I5781)


General Notes: Wife - Joyce Powell SHEPPARD

Family 1: William Augustus STROTHER (16 Feb 1766 - 18 Aug 1794)
Marriage*: cir 1787, Groom=William Augustus STROTHER
John Sheppard STROTHER
George James STROTHER
Jeanette STROTHER

Family 2: Benjamin CULPEPPER III (abt 1755 - 1765 - 10 Jan 1829)
Marriage*: cir 1795, Edgefield District, SC, Groom=Benjamin CULPEPPER III

Joyce Powell CULPEPPER (1 Feb 1801 - 10 Feb 1824)
Will*: 16 Aug 1837, Edgefield District, South Carolina, [See full text below]
* (Joyce was still shown as Culpepper here, I would have thought she would have been named as Joyce Adair if she had married 3rdly Mr. Adair ?)
Joicy Culpepper of the District of Edgefield
ITEM 1. I wish all my just debts paid.
ITEM 2. my grandson William A. Strother,
ITEM 3. my grandson David R. Strother,
ITEM 4. my grandson George J. Strother, [Grandsons are children of Joicy's son George James Strother & Charlotte Richardson Ardagh Strother]
ITEM 5. my granddau Frances C. Devore, [Frances C. Devore, dau. of Joyce P. Culpepper & James Sheppard]
ITEM 6. my grandson George J. Sheppard. [George J. Sheppard, son of Joyce Powell Culpepper & James Sheppard]
ITEM 7. my dau-in-law Mrs. Charlotte Peterson
ITEM 8. to Letty Culpepper, wife of Drury Culpepper [Letty Harris Culpepper is dau. of Joice's sister, Sally Sheppard Harris, Drury, son of Benjamin III]
ITEM 9. to Nancy Lockhart, wife of John Lockhart [Dau. of Joice's sister Frances Sheppard Gilder Edwards]
ITEM 10. to Parthenia Dodgin. [also kin: Joice's sister Frances & 1st husband Preston Gilder had dau Sally who m. James Dodgen. Frances & 2nd husband Edwards had dau Jane who m. Eli Dodgen. Jane & Nancy Edwards Lockhart were sisters.
All this is in Newberry Co. SC Historical & Gen. Annals by Summer]
ITEM 11. my son-in-law James [husband of deceased Joyce Powell Culpepper]
ITEM 12. my negro name Dublin sold and the proceeds divided among Joel Culpepper, Drury Culpepper, Benjamine Culpepper, and Mary Gilder and Frances Jumphard [one transcriber read: Shephard]. [children of Benjamin & first wife. Drury mar. niece of Joice's; Mary m. nephew Preston Gilder, son of Frances Sheppard Gilder Edwards]
ITEM 13. my three grandsons William A. Strother, David R. Strother and George T. Strother the 700 acres where I now live, and a tract of land in District of Lexington of which tract one half now belongs to them and their heirs forever.
ITEM 14. -
ITEM 15. my grand children : William A. Strother, David R. Strother, George J. Strother, Frances C. Devore, and George J. Sheppard.
ITEM 16. I appoint my two grandsons William A. Strother and David R. Strother
Executors to this my last will and Testament this 16th August 1837.
Wit: H. Boulware [or Bowlware], Theos. Hill, Wm. Humphreys.
/s/ Joicy (x) Culpepper
Probated: 23 Mar 1841, Oliver Towles 0.E.D.
Recorded: 10 Apr 1841, Will Book D, pages 126-127.
[All above from: "Lee and Billie Jones" tjones@camden.net To: SCEDGEFI-L@rootsweb.com, Sent: June 30, 2005, Subject: [SCEDGEFI] Fw: Regarding: Joyce Sheppard marriages.]
Will: 16 August 1837, Edgefield District, South Carolina, In the Name of God Amen. I Joicy CULPEPPER of the District of Edgefield in the State aforesaid (South Carolina) being of sound mind and disposing for which I am thankful to Almighty God and knowing that it is appointed for all men to die, and desirous of disposing of what property it has pleased God to bless me with here on Earth, do make this my last will and testament revoking all other will by me heretofore made. After my decease I wish my executors to have my body buried in a Christian like manner.
ITEM 1. I wish all my just debts paid.
ITEM 2. I give and bequeath to my grandson William A. STROTHER, one negro man Peter and a negro boy Alfred to him and his heirs forever.
ITEM 3. I give and bequeath to my grandson David R. STROTHER, one negro man Morris and a negro boy named Warren, to him and his heirs and forever.
ITEM 4. I give and bequeath to my grandson George J. STROTHER, our negro woman name of Mariah and one Girl named Mary and our negro Girl named Amanda and our feather bed and furniture, to him and his heirs forever. [Grandsons are children of Joicy's son George James STROTHER & Charlotte RICHARDSON Ardagh Strother]
ITEM 5. I give and bequeath to my granddaughter Frances C. DEVORE, one negro woman by the name of Creacy and a negro boy by the name of Harper, to her and her heirs forever. [Frances C. DEVORE, daugh. of Joyce P. Culpepper & James SHEPPARD]
ITEM 6. I give and bequeath to my grandson George J. SHEPPARD, one negro woman by the name of Charlotte and a negro boy by the name of Simon and a feather bed and furniture, to him and his heirs forever. [George J. SHEPPARD, son of Joyce Powell CULPEPPER & James SHEPPARD]
ITEM 7. I give to my daughter-in-law Mrs. Charlotte PETERSON fifty dollars to be paied to her by my executors.
ITEM 8. I give to Letty CULPEPPER, wife of Drury CULPEPPER, fifty dollars to be paid to her by my Executors. [Letty Harris CULPEPPER is daug. of Joice's sister, Sally Sheppard HARRIS, Drury, son of Benjamin III]
ITEM 9. I give to Nancy LOCKHART, wife of John LOCKHART, fifty dollars to be paid to her by my Executors. [Daug. of Joice's sister Frances Sheppard Gilder EDWARDS]
ITEM 10. I give to Parthenia DODGIN fifty dollars to be paid to her by my Executors. . [also kin: Joice's sister Frances & 1st husband Preston GILDER had daug. Sally who married James DODGEN. Frances & 2nd husband EDWARDS had daugh. Jane who married Eli DODGEN. Jane & Nancy Edwards LOCKHART were sisters. All this is in Newberry Co. SC Historical & Gen. Annals by Summer]
ITEM 11. I give to my son-in-law James SHEPPARD five dollars to be paid to him by my Executors. [husband of deceased Joyce Powell CULPEPPER]
ITEM 12. I wish my negro name Dublin sold and the proceeds of the same be equally divided among Joel CULPEPPER, Drury CULPEPPER, Benjamine CULPEPPER, and Mary GILDER and Frances JUMPHARD [probably JUMPER, originally SCHOMBERT], to them and their heirs forever. [children of Benjamin & first wife. Drury mar. niece of Joice's; Mary m. nephew Preston GILDER, son of Frances Sheppard Gilder Edwards]
ITEM 13. I give and bequeath to my three grandsons William A. STROTHER, David R. STROTHER and George T. STROTHER the tract of land where I now live containing seven Hundred acres more or less and all the interest I have in a tract of land lying in the District of Lexington of which tract one half now belongs to them and their heirs forever.
ITEM 14. I wish after my decease the negro I have given to my five grand children above mentioned to be appraised by three or more disinterested persons; and should any of them fall short in the worth of their negroes then I wish their lot of negroes to be made as valuable as the other children in money out of the property that will be sold.
ITEM 15. I wish my negro man Jacob, Stock of all kinds , waggon and household and kitchen furniture be sold on the terms as my executors may think advisible and after paying off the legacies I have make should there be a ballance remaining then I wish it to be equally divided among all my grand children to wit. William A. STROTHER, David R. STROTHER, George J. STROTHER, Frances C. DEVORE, and George J. SHEPPARD, share and share alike.
ITEM 16. I appoint my two grandsons William A. STROTHER and David R. STROTHER Executors to this my last will and Testament this Sixteenth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and thirty seven and in the Sixty second year of the Soveringty and Independance of the United States of America.
Signed, Sealed and published at the request of the Testatorix in her presence and in the presence of each other. Wit: H. BOULWARE [or BOWLWARE], Theos. HILL, Wm. HUMPHREYS.
/s/ Joicy (x) CULPEPPER
Probated: 23 Mar 1841, Oliver TOWLES 0.E.D.
Recorded: 10 Apr 1841, Will Book D, pages 126-127.
(Posted by Lew Griffin at http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~lewgriffin/p418.htm)

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Robert SHEPPARD, Jr. and Sandra E. SLAUGHTER




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       Father: Robert Walter SHEPPARD, Sr.
       Mother: Genelle MIXON (1937-2012)


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1 M Peyton SHEPPARD (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Anna Belle SHEPPARD (details suppressed for this person)

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Thomas SHERRIF and Susan Ewrin SUMMERS




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Wife Susan Ewrin SUMMERS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Jacob West SUMMERS (1895-      )
       Mother: Claudia MEWBORNE



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Leon Clifton SHERROD, USA, WWII and Thelma Louise WILSON




Husband Leon Clifton SHERROD, USA, WWII

         Born: 30 June 1926 - Thomas County, Georgia
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       Buried:  - Woodlawn Memorial Park, Orange County, Florida


       Father: Lester SHERROD (1907-1980)
       Mother: Marie M. DANIELL (1909-1968)


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Wife Thelma Louise WILSON

         Born: 4 December 1927 - Sullivan County, Indiana
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         Died: 11 September 1993 - Orange County, Florida
       Buried:  - Woodlawn Memorial Park, Orange County, Florida


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1 F Carolyn Ann SHERROD (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Sandra Sue SHERROD (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Leon Clifton SHERROD, USA, WWII

Leon Clifton SHERROD served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He enilsted at Camp Blanding Florida and after training at Camp Wheeler, embarked for Europe on 6 March 1945. Family recollections say he was shipwrecked on 13 March and then taken to the Azores. From there he went to England and then to join the 9th Infantry Division. He first entered combat against the German army on 4 April 1945. Ten days later, the 9th launched its attack in the Harz Mountains, 14\endash 20 April. On 21 April the Division relieved the 3d Armored Division along the Mulde River, near Dessau, Germany. On 25 April, Leon suffered a bullet wound to his shoulder for which he received the Purple Heart. His awards also included the Good Conduct Medal. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Leon married Thelma Louise WILSON. They had two daughters, Carolyn Ann and Sandra Sue.

Leon is named in the 1970 obituary of his sister, Nadine M. Sherrod MALLION.

Leon was very active in the Loyal Order of Moose, serving in official capacities in Florida and at the National level. Leon C. SHERROD, Orlando, Florida #766, served as Supreme Governor, 1982 - 1983.

Leon rests beside his wife, Thelma Louise, in the mausoleum, Unit 16, Elevation C, Unit 306, Woodlawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Gotha, Orange County, Florida.

"SHERROD, LEON 30 Jun 1926 Oct 1983 57 (not specified) 32804 (Orlando, Orange, FL) Georgia 258-24-5871" [SSDI]


General Notes: Wife - Thelma Louise WILSON

Thelma Louise WILSON married Leon SHERROD.

Obituary:
"THELMA LOUISE SHERROD, 65, Alba Drive, Orlando, died Saturday, Sept. 11. Mrs. Sherrod was former owner of Sherrod Floor Covering. Born in Sullivan County, Ind, she moved to Central Florida in 1946. She was a member of Women of the Moose and the VFW Auxiliary. Survivors: daughters, Sandra Sue Fox, Carolyn Ann Riggs, both of Orlando; sister, Dorothy Bell Wilson-Guikema, Orlando; brothers, J.D. Garland Wilson, Farmerburg, Ind., C.T. Harland, Sullivan, Ind., Cecil Andrew, Mishawaka, Ind., Don Howard, Leon Harvey, both of Indianapolis; five grandchildren; Woodlawn Funeral Home, Orlando." [Courier Express, September 13, 1993]

Thelma rests beside her husband, Leon SHERROD, in the mausoleum, Unit 16, Elevation C, Unit 304, Woodlawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Gotha, Orange County, Florida.

"SHERROD, THELMA L 04 Dec 1927 Sep 1993 65 32804 (Orlando, Orange, FL) 32804 (Orlando, Orange, FL) Indiana 314-24-7417" [SSDI]
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Roger Franklin SHERROD and Barbara Christman WEEKS




Husband Roger Franklin SHERROD (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Pvt Doyle Franklin SHERROD, USA (1933-1985)
       Mother: Avelina BLANCO


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SMITH and Margaret "Peggy" SHIFFER




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       Father: Walter SHIFFER
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Jackie SMITH and Peggy SHIFLETT




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Wife Peggy SHIFLETT

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       Father: Rosco Nathaniel SHIFLETT (1907-1970) 168,4022
       Mother: Orlanda DANIELL (1916-1995) 168




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1 M Robert SMITH (details suppressed for this person)

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James SHIRLEY and Matilda VINSON




Husband James SHIRLEY

         Born: 24 February 1768 - Frederick County, Virginia
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         Died: 16 January 1840 - Charles Town, Jefferson County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Episcopal & Masonic Cemetery, Middleway, Virginia
     Marriage: 26 December 1821 - Frederick County, Virginia

 Other Spouse: Ruth HIATT - 5 March 1793 - Berkeley County, (West) Virginia



Wife Matilda VINSON

         Born: 1795 - Montgomery County, Maryland
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Children
1 F Anne Elizabeth SHIRLEY

         Born: Abt 1824 - Virginia
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2 M Robert Vinson SHIRLEY

         Born: March 1824 - Virginia
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         Died: 17 August 1914 - Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia
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3 M George William SHIRLEY

         Born: 1827
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4 M Thomas Lee SHIRLEY

         Born: 4 January 1831 - Virginia
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General Notes: Husband - James SHIRLEY

James SHIRLEY was born February 24, 1768 in Frederick County, Virginia, and died January 16, 1840 in Charles Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia. He married (1) Ruth HIATT March 05, 1793 in Berkeley County, (West) Virginia, daughter of John HIATT. She was born April 30, 1756, and died April 1817 in Charles Town, (West) Virginia. He married (2) Matilda VINSON December 26, 1821 in Frederick County, Virginia. She was born 1795 in Montgomery County, Maryland, and died September 17, 1855 in Jefferson County (West) Virginia.
James SHIRLEY's Will is recorded in Jefferson County, West Virginia, Will Book 9, Page 409. In it he gives his wife Matilda one third of his estate "both real and personal," stipulating that after her death her Dower was then to be equally divided between his sons Robert, George William, and Thomas Lee. The remaining two thirds of his holdings were distributed to sons Robert, George and Thomas. At his death James SHIRLEY owned numerous tracts of land amounting to considerable acreage. A Plat of some of James' extensive holdings may be found in Will Book Book 24, Page 309, of Jefferson County. James gave his sons several slaves by name. All other slaves not named in the Will were to be equally divided among them (in an estate accounting all are named). James did will that "my yellow boy named James RUST shall be free at the age of twenty one years at which time my executor hereafter named shall out of my estate furnish him with two good suits of clothes of good quality, and twenty five dollars in cash." In the accounting of the estate the cost of Mr. Rust's two suits of clothing came to $57.54 (W.B. 10, p. 11). To his daughter, Mary HURST, he gave "two Negroes by name Jerry and Lucy," and $1,000.00 cash.
(Information from http://www.shirleyassociation.com/walter_shirley_research_by_jack_.htm)

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Pvt. John W. SHIVER, CSA and Sarah Deliabelle SIMMONS




Husband Pvt. John W. SHIVER, CSA 2461

         Born: Abt 1828 - Dooly County, Georgia 2461
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       Buried:  - Unknown Grave, Virginia


       Father: Enoch SHIVER (Bef 1800-Abt 1847)
       Mother: Didamirah (Nettles) LOVE (Abt 1804-1881) 2461


     Marriage: 22 September 1853 - Baker County, Georgia



Wife Sarah Deliabelle SIMMONS 1702,2462

         Born: 20 December 1835 - Georgia 1702
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       Father: Moses SIMMONS (Abt 1802-      ) 2462
       Mother: Delilah WILDER (Abt 1801-      ) 2462




Children
1 M Loyd Hampton SHIVER 1702,2483

         Born: 18 November 1857 - Mitchell County, Georgia 2483
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       Buried:  - Oak View Cemetery
       Spouse: Louisa GANTT
         Marr: 1 January 1882 - Mitchell County, Georgia
       Spouse: Elizabeth LUCKEY
         Marr: 3 October 1886 - Camilla, Georgia


2 M William Jackson SHIVER 1702

         Born: 18 November 1858 - Mitchell County, Georgia 2461
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       Spouse: Amanda GANTT
         Marr: 11 June 1883 - Mitchell County, Georgia


3 F Mary Ellefore SHIVER 1640,1701,1702

         Born: 5 March 1862 - Mitchell County, Georgia
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       Buried:  - Big Creek Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
       Spouse: Dock Manning BAKER 1639
         Marr: Abt 1889


4 F Georgia Pearl SHIVER 1702

         Born: 31 May 1863 - Mitchell County, Georgia 1702
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General Notes: Husband - Pvt. John W. SHIVER, CSA

1860 U.S. Census, Mitchell County, Camilla P O; Series: M653 Roll: 131 Page: 670: 250 256 John W. SHIVER 32 M Farming 2000 2000 GA; Sarah D. " 23 F GA; Loyd H. " 2 M GA; William J. " 7/12 M GA.
Next door is John's mother and siblings:
251 257 Dedemiah SHIVER 56 F Farming 1000 200 GA;
Ransome " 22 M Laborer GA;
James A. " 19 M Laborer GA;
Miles H. " 13 M GA.

DEATH: Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of GA: 1861-1865; Vol 6, p. 519; Georgia Dept. of Archives and History, Atlanta, Ga.
Record states: "Shiver, John W. - Private Feb 20, 1863. Wounded and captured at Petersburg, VA., June 17, 1864. Never heard from. Pension records show he was killed at Petersburg, VA, June 23, 1864. John was in Company D, 64th Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry Army of Northern Virginia, CSA, Doughterty Co., GA, Vason Guards (Originally Captain Paulk Robinson's Independent Company, Georgia Infantry.)


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Deliabelle SIMMONS

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Mitchell County, Camilla P O; Series: M593 Roll: 166 Page: 68:
951 949 SHIVER Sarah D. 35 F W Farming + keepinghouse 3000 525 GA;
-- Loyd__ 12 M W Farm laborer GA;
-- William J. 10 M W Farm laborer GA;
-- Mary E. 8 F W GA;
-- Georgia 6 F W GA.
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Joey TRIPLETT and Stacie SHIVER




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       Father: Stanley Toney SHIVER (Abt 1952-2007)
       Mother: Ginger --?--




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Stanley SHIVER




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1 M Stanley Toney SHIVER

         Born: Abt 1952
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       Buried: 4 September 2007 - Oak Hill Cemetery
       Spouse: Ginger --?-- (living)


2 F Lyrice SHIVER (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Terry SHIVER (details suppressed for this person)

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James H. WALKER and Virginia Coe SHREVE




Husband James H. WALKER

         Born: 1853 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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Wife Virginia Coe SHREVE

          AKA: Jennie C. SHREVE
         Born: 1859 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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       Father: William Henry SHREVE (1812-1890)
       Mother: Mary SOUTHERN (1818-1904)




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Notes: Marriage

James H. Walker, 31, married Jennie C. Shreve, 25, on 5 November 1884 in Falls Church, Fairfax County, Virginia. James, single, son of F. H. and Margaret Walker, was born in 1853 in Fairfax County. Jennie, single, daughter of William and Mary Shreve, was born in 1859 in Fairfax County. ["Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRQH-QPT : accessed 19 Jul 2013), William Shreve in entry for James H. Walker and Jennie C. Shreve, 05 Nov 1884.]
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William Henry SHREVE and Mary SOUTHERN




Husband William Henry SHREVE

         Born: 24 March 1812 - District of Columbia
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 June 1890 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Southern Shreve Cemetery, Arlington County, Virginia
     Marriage: Bef 1855



Wife Mary SOUTHERN

          AKA: May
         Born: 24 June 1818 - England
   Christened: 
         Died: 1904 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Southern Shreve Cemetery, Arlington County, Virginia


Children
1 M Rev. Richard Southern SHREVE

         Born: 5 October 1839 - District of Columbia
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 June 1874 - Botetourt County, Virginia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Frances Elizabeth EPPS


2 F Barbary H. SHREVE

         Born: Abt 1841 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M George William SHREVE

         Born: 9 May 1844 - Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 October 1940
       Buried: 



4 M John Wseley SHREVE

         Born: November 1846 - Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Julia --?--
         Marr: Abt 1881


5 M Benjamin Rutherford SHREVE

         Born: 1 December 1848 - Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 November 1949
       Buried:  - Oakwood Cemetery, Falls Church City, Virginia
       Spouse: Anna Kate BALL
         Marr: 26 April 1876 - Fairfax County, Virginia


6 M William Joseph SHREVE 364,2746

         Born: May 1855 - Fairfax County, Virginia 2746
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 1920 and 1930
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Anna BERRY 364,1752
         Marr: 5 July 1881 - Fairfax County, Virginia


7 F Ella May SHREVE

         Born: 20 June 1857 - Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 December 1882
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James L. SCHAFF
         Marr: 26 May 1880 - Fairfax County, Virginia


8 F Virginia Coe SHREVE

          AKA: Jennie C. SHREVE
         Born: 1859 - Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James H. WALKER
         Marr: 5 November 1884 - Fairfax County, Virginia


9 M Robert Eugene Thornton SHREVE

         Born: 1864 - Fairfax County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1944
       Buried:  - Saint James Cemetery, Falls Church City, Virginia
       Spouse: Sarah Magdalen PATTERSON



General Notes: Husband - William Henry SHREVE

William Henry Shreve is buried in Southern Shreve Cemetery, Arlington County, Virginia. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife Mary Southern, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 42626685. The memorial lists William's parents as Benjamin Shreve & Barbara Swink, his birth on March 24, 1812 in the District Of Columbia, and his death on June 29, 1890 in Fairfax County, Virginia. The following is also presented on the memorial.

1870 VA census, Fairfax Co, Providence: William Shreve 57 DC, Mary 50 Eng, Barbary H 29 VA, John W 23 VA, Benjamin R 21 VA, Wm J 14 VA, Ella 11 VA, Virginia 9 VA, Eugene 6 VA.

1880 VA census, Fairfax Co, Providence: William Shreve 68 DC VA VA, Mary 62 Eng Eng Eng, Virginia C 19 VA, Robert E T 16 VA, Elizabeth E 13 VA (gr-dau), Mary G 8 VA (gr-dau), Richard F 7 VA (gr-son). occ: farmer.

children:
1. Richard Sothern Shreve b. 5 Oct 1839, d. 15 June 1874
2. Barbary H Shreve b. 1841
3. George William Shreve b. 9 May 1844, d. 19 Oct 1940
4. John Wesley Shreve b. 1846
5. Benjamin Rutherford Shreve b. 1848
6. William Joseph Shreve b. 1855
7. Ella May Shreve 1857-1882
8. Virginia Coe Shreve b. 1861
9. Robert Eugene Thornton Shreve b. 1864

The memorial has links to those of his wife, Mary Southern Shreve (1818 - 1904), and children, Richard S Shreve (1839 - 1874), George William Shreve (1844 - 1940), and Ella May Shreve Shaaff (1857 - 1882).


General Notes: Wife - Mary SOUTHERN

Find A Grave Memorial# 42626701
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William O. SHREVE and Pearl S. TANDEFER




Husband William O. SHREVE 2749

         Born: August 1883 - California 2749
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Joseph SHREVE (1855-Between 1920/1930) 364,2746
       Mother: Mary Anna BERRY (1861-1946) 364,1752


     Marriage: 



Wife Pearl S. TANDEFER

         Born: 1882
   Christened: 
         Died: 1956
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - William O. SHREVE

William Owen Shreve, age 35, residing at 1102 Lincoln St, Mayfield, Santa Clara, Cal., registered for the draft in Santa Clara County1, California. He was born 11 August 1883 in the United States. He was a traveling salesman for Reminngton Arms in San Francisco. his nearest relative was Pearl Shreve, same address. William was described as medium height, medium build with blue eyes and dark hair. ["United States, World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KZK7-BJP : accessed 18 Jul 2013), William Owen Shreve, 1917-1918.]

William Oren Shreve is buried in Alta Mesa Memorial Park, Palo Alto, Santa Clara County, California. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, Pearl S. Tandefer, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 94427014:

SHREVE
1883 WILLIAM O. 1977
1882 PEARL S. 1956

The memorial lists his birth on August 11, 1883 in California and his death on January 18, 1997 in Santa Clara County, California, and links to thwe memorial for his wife, Pearl S. Tandefer Shreve (1882 - 1956).





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George Royal SIBLEY and Emma S. C. TUCKER




Husband George Royal SIBLEY

         Born: Abt 1841
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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     Marriage: Bef 1863



Wife Emma S. C. TUCKER

         Born: Abt 1844 - Baldwin County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Father: Judge Daniel Reese TUCKER (1803-1879) 2816
       Mother: Martha M. A. GOODE (1805-1873) 308,2816




Children
1 F Alice R. SIBLEY

         Born: Abt 1863
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         Died: 
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2 F Mary Lois SIBLEY

         Born: February 1870
   Christened: 
         Died: 1935 - Richmond County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Oswald Roebuck EVE



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William Augustus Longstreet SIBLEY, Sr. and Nancy Crigler WILSON




Husband William Augustus Longstreet SIBLEY, Sr. 1795,4241

         Born: 12 February 1900 3601
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         Died: 
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       Father: James Longstreet SIBLEY (1864-1945) 2093
       Mother: Martha ERWIN (1862-1930) 2093


     Marriage: 



Wife Nancy Crigler WILSON (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 M William Augustus Longstreet SIBLEY, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Spouse: Nancy Wyly HOLLAND (living)


2 F Jo SIBLEY (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - William Augustus Longstreet SIBLEY, Sr.

Lived in Whitney and Union Point, South Carolina.
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Clark LeRoy SIEBOLD and Mary Frances WALL




Husband Clark LeRoy SIEBOLD

         Born: 18 February 1894 - Indiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 27 April 1918



Wife Mary Frances WALL

         Born: 28 November 1895 - Indiana
   Christened: 
         Died: March 1969 - Grant County, Indiana
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Mary Frances SIEBOLD

         Born: 28 February 1924 - Marion, Indiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 November 2005 - Grant County, Indiana
       Buried:  - Estates of Serenity Cemetery, Grant County, Indiana
       Spouse: James Lawrence DANIEL, Jr., WWII
         Marr: 29 April 1944 - Austin, Texas



General Notes: Husband - Clark LeRoy SIEBOLD

"John R. Wall became president of the Marion Paper Box Company in 1900. John was president until 1920 when Thomas G. Wall took over as president. Thomas G. had been secretary and manager of the factory during the time John was president. John was married To Anna. They had a daughter, Mary Frances Wall. Mary Frances married Clark Leroy Siebold on April 27, 1918. Clark L. Siebold was born in February of 1894. Clark and Mary had four children. Betty Ann on April 19, 1920, Mildred Louise on January 4, 1922, Mary Frances on February 28, 1924 and Dorothy on June 30, 1925. Betty Ann married Kenneth Foust. Mildred Louise married Findley Christie. Mary Frances married James Daniels on Apr 29, 1944. Dorothy married Gerald Luce on December 13, 1947." [http://wikimarion.org/Marion_Paper_Box]

1920 U.S. Census, Indiana, Grant County, Ward 5, Marion, Center Twp; Series: T625 Roll: 434 Page: 265: Gallatin St 1424 WALL John R. Head M W 61 M OH OH OH Box maker Box factory; -- Anna B. Wife F W 60 M OH PA PA; SEIBOLD Clark L. Son-in-law M W 25 M IN IN IN Part owner Box factory; [Next page, 266] -- Frances Dau F W 24 M IN OH OH.

World War II Draft Registration Card Information:
Name: Clark Leroy Siebold
Event: MILITARY
Event Date: 1942
Event Place: Marion, Grant, Indiana
Residence: Marion, Grant, Indiana
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 18 Feb 1894
[FamilySearch.org: Film Number: 2370300, Digital Folder Number: 4135706, Image Number: 02148]


General Notes: Wife - Mary Frances WALL

"...1935 when Mary W. Siebold, formerly Mary Frances Wall, took over as president. (1945 City Directory) Mary F. Siebold is the daughter of John R. Wall and wife of Clark L. Siebold. Mary F. brought a new staff with her, which included her son-in-law, Findley R. Christie as vice-president, while Clark L. Siebold stayed on as treasurer and secretary. (1948 City Directory) Shortly after James L. Daniel, husband of Mary Frances Siebold, took over as secretary leaving Clark Siebold as treasurer and general manager. (1950 City Directory) This staff remained until Gerald D. Luce was introduced as sales manager in 1958. (1958 City Directory) This staff was by far the longest running staff for they held their positions until 1970 when Findley R. Christie became president. Mrs. Betty Foust, daughter of Clark L. Siebold and married to Kenneth Foust, became vice-president while James L. Daniel and Clark L. Siebold stayed in their positions. (1970 City Directory) Betty Foust removed herself from the company in 1978. (1978 City Directory) The rest of the staff stayed until 1986 when Mrs. Mary S. Daniel, wife of James L. Daniel, became president of the Marion Paper Box Company. Her husband, James Daniel became secretary and general manager. (1986 City Directory) The factory that had stayed in the family for 100 years was sold to David D. Wilson in 1997." [http://wikimarion.org/Marion_Paper_Box]

"Mary Siebold 28 November 1895 March 1969 74 Marion, Grant, Indiana 46952 Indiana 317-28-2340" SSDI]

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Wouter VAN OOSTERHOUT and Anna Marie SIEMONS




Husband Wouter VAN OOSTERHOUT

         Born: 1861 - Holland
   Christened: 
         Died: 1924
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1904 - Holland



Wife Anna Marie SIEMONS

         Born: 1875 - Holland
   Christened: 
         Died: 1957
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Cora Rebecca Joanna VAN OOSTERHOUT

         Born: 19 October 1904 - Holland
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 August 1991 - Waupaca County, Wisconsin
       Buried:  - Merrill, Wisconsin
       Spouse: Albert ROSZEK
         Marr: Bef 1924



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Gary Craig SIGLER and Tracy Lynn YOUNG




Husband Gary Craig SIGLER (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Tracy Lynn YOUNG (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: William Lewis YOUNG
       Mother: Mildred Martha BLAKENEY (1936-2001)




Children
1 M Ian Asher SIGLER (details suppressed for this person)

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Melvin Ellis WARNER and Edna Virginia SILCOX




Husband Melvin Ellis WARNER (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Edna Virginia SILCOX (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Victor E. SILCOX (Abt 1907-1963)
       Mother: Odessa DANIEL (1912-1958)



 Other Spouse: Jimmy Carter DUNCAN


Children

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Richard WOODRUFF and Sarah SILVEY




Husband Richard WOODRUFF

         Born: Bef 1760
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 July 1836 - Wilkes County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: David WOODRUFF (Abt 1690-Abt 1760)
       Mother: Rachel Ann HARDEN (Abt 1704-Abt 1781)


     Marriage: Bef 1802



Wife Sarah SILVEY

         Born: Cir 1780
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Children
1 M Clifford Clifton WOODRUFF

         Born: 1802 - Wilkes County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 January 1859 - Meriwether County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah BURDETTE
         Marr: 11 July 1822 - Wilkes County, Georgia


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