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H. W. HOWELL




Husband H. W. HOWELL

         Born: Abt 1821 - North Carolina
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General Notes: Husband - H. W. HOWELL

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Forsyth County, 31st Dist; Series: M432 Roll: 69 Page: 151:95 95 H. W. HOWELL 29 M Farmer 5000 NC; Cynthia C. " 25 F GA; Clark " 10 M GA; Harriet " 50 F SC.
Four homes away is the family of Clark HOWELL, 38, NC, and Effiah, 32, GA, and family.
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Harriet HOWELL




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Wife Harriet HOWELL 3515

         Born: Abt 1829 - South Carolina 1434
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         Died: Bef 18 Sep 1850 - Richland District, South Carolina 4738
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       Father: Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. (Abt 1775-1835) 933
       Mother: Martha HOWELL (Cir 1789-1851) 791


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General Notes: Wife - Harriet HOWELL

Harriet HOWELL, female, 21, is listed in the household of Martha Howell in the 27 July 1850 census of Richland District, showing that she was born about 1829.
The LW&T of Harriet HOWELL, in the SC Archives as abstracted: Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0023 Frame: 00221 item: 00 Date: 1850 C. Description: HOWELL, Harriet of Richland District, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book L, Page 117; Estate Packet: Box 45, Pkg 1125) (2 Frames). Names Indexed: HOWELL, Harriet/FISHER, John/HOWELL, William/HOWELL, Martha/TREZVANT, Mrs.. Epps G./HOWELL, Jesse Malachi/HOWELL, Grace/GOODWYN, William S./WALLACE, John/ARTHUR, Edward J./Locations: Richland District.
Another version: Will Book L. "Page 117. Harriette HOWELL. June 18, 1850-September 18, 1850. Wit.: W. S. GOODWYN, Jno. WALLACE, E. J. ARTHUR. Ex.: Dr. John FISHER. Mother: Martha HOWELL. Bro.: William and Jesse Malachi. Sisters: Epps G. TREZVANT, Jesse M., Grace." ("History of Richland County", p. 327, Green)
Because her will is in her maiden name, it is unlikely that she married.
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Hattie HOWELL




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Wife Hattie HOWELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Clark HOWELL, Sr. (1863-1936)
       Mother: Harriet BARRETT (Cir 1863-Bef 1900)




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General Notes: Wife - Hattie HOWELL

Died young.
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Hugh Comer HOWELL




Husband Hugh Comer HOWELL 2583,3811

         Born: 16 Jan 1901 - Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia
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       Father: Clark HOWELL, Sr. (1863-1936) 981
       Mother: Annie COMER (Abt 1871-      ) 2583,2584





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Dr. Robert George M'ALILEY and Ida E. HOWELL




Husband Dr. Robert George M'ALILEY 3061

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Wife Ida E. HOWELL 3922

         Born: 11 Jul 1873 - Fulton County, Georgia 3922
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       Father: Capt. Evan Park HOWELL, CSA (1839-1905) 981,2580
       Mother: Julia Adelaide ERWIN (1842-1906) 981,2504,2581



 Other Spouse: Robert CRAMER (      -      ) 3061


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James HOWELL




Husband James HOWELL 1218

         Born: Cir 1774
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       Father: Capt. William HOWELL, RS-SC (      -Bef 1784) 1216
       Mother: Lucy (      -Bef 1822) 1217





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James Malachi HOWELL




Husband James Malachi HOWELL 4476

         Born: Bef 1811 - South Carolina 4476
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       Father: Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. (Abt 1775-1835) 933
       Mother: Martha TAYLOR (1784-Cir 1811)





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General Notes: Husband - James Malachi HOWELL

James Malachi HOWELL may be named for his two grandfathers, James TAYLOR and Malachi HOWELL.
"James Malachi HOWELL and Martha Sarah HOWELL were placed under the guardianship of father, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, February 28, 1815; on January 1, 1827, he states that James M. had died a minor, leaving one sister of the whole blood (minor), one half brother (minor, died), and five half sisters."
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Janet HOWELL




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Wife Janet HOWELL 4281

         Born: 1907 - Georgia
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       Father: Albert J. HOWELL (1866-      ) 981,1193,3063,4281
       Mother: Elizabeth MARTIN (Abt 1867-      ) 1193,4281




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Jesse M. HOWELL




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Wife Jesse M. HOWELL 3515

         Born: Abt 1824 - South Carolina 1434
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         Died: Bef 8 Jun 1857 - Richland District, South Carolina 4739
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       Father: Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. (Abt 1775-1835) 933
       Mother: Martha HOWELL (Cir 1789-1851) 791


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General Notes: Wife - Jesse M. HOWELL

Jesse M. HOWELL, female, 26, is listed in the 27 July 1850 census of Richland District in the household of Martha Taylor HOWELL, widow of Jesse Malachi HOWELL. Her age indicates she was born about 1824.
The LW&T of "(Miss) Jesse M. HOWELL. June 8, 1857 - August 17, 1857." is noted in the "History of Richland County", page 341, as in Book L, page 404, and indexes the names in her will as "Wit: Ann E. ADAMS, W. H. TALLEY, E. J. ARTHUR. Bro: Jesse Malachi. Sister: Grace."
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Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Jr.




Husband Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Jr. 3515

         Born: Abt 1831 - Columbia, Richland District, South Carolina 1434
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       Father: Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. (Abt 1775-1835) 933
       Mother: Martha HOWELL (Cir 1789-1851) 791





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General Notes: Husband - Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Jr.

Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Jr., male, 19, a planter, is listed in the household of Martha Howell in the 27 July 1850 census of Richland District, showing that he was born about 1831.
Jesse Malachi is named as a brother in the 1857 LW&T of his older sister with the same name, Jesse M. HOWELL. SC Archives -Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0023 Frame: 00501 item: 00 Date: 1857 C. Description: HOWELL, Jesse M. of Richland District, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book L, PAGE 404; Estate Packet: Box 75, Pkg 1861) (2 FRAMES). Names Indexed: HOWELL, Jesse M./HOWELL, Grace/HOWELL, Jesse Malachi/FISHER, John/ADAMS, Ann E./TALLEY, W. H./ARTHUR, E. J./ Locations: Richland District. This will is noted by Green in "History of Richland County" as being the will of "(Miss) Jesse M. HOWELL."
Jesse Malachi is also mentioned in the 1863 LW&T of his sister Grace HOWELL. He is the only HOWELL indexed in her will.
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Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. and Martha TAYLOR




Husband Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. 933

         Born: Abt 1775 - Richland County, South Carolina
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       Father: Malachi HOWELL (Bef 1756-Bef 1782)
       Mother: Martha Epps GOODWYN (Abt 1754-1784) 926,934


     Marriage: Cir 1805

 Other Spouse: Martha HOWELL (Cir 1789-1851) 791 - Cir 1816 - South Carolina



Wife Martha TAYLOR

         Born: 18 Jan 1784 - Richland District, South Carolina
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       Father: Capt. James TAYLOR, Sr., RS-SC (Cir 1745-1806) 1237,1438,3339
       Mother: Sarah DANIELL (1756-1793) 886,3339




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1 M James Malachi HOWELL 4476

         Born: Bef 1811 - South Carolina 4476
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2 F Martha Sarah HOWELL 59

         Born: 12 Apr 1811 - Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina
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         Died: 4 Apr 1873 - Roseneath Plantation, Gloster, DeSoto Parish, Louisiana
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       Spouse: Colonel William Burney MEANS (1807-1857)
         Marr: 24 May 1831 - Fairfield County, South Carolina



General Notes: Husband - Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr.

Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr., son of Malachi HOWELL and Martha Epps GOODWYN, was born about 1775 in Craven County, South Carolina. His father died in Feb 1782 when Jesse was about seven. Two months later, his mother remarried to Col. Wade HAMPTON. Two years after this marriage, Jesse's mother died, leaving him an orphan, about nine years of age, in the care of his step-father, Col. HAMPTON. Further records of Jesse's youth have not yet been found.
CONFLICTING INFORMATION is published concerning the marriages of Jesse Malachi HOWELL. Any assistance confirming Jesse Malachi's marriages would be greatly appreciated.
Martha TAYLOR, daughter of Capt. James TAYLOR and Sarah DANIELL, is tentatively assigned as Jesse Malachi's first wife. "Malachi and Martha Epps HOWELL had a son, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, who married Martha, daughter of James TAYLOR, then her niece Martha, the latter surviving him after his death at the beginning of 1835." (Edwin L. Green, "A History of Richland County", p. 47) Jesse and Martha, married circa 1805, and had two children, James Malachi and Martha Sarah as indicated in the record below. Martha died in 1811, the year Martha Sarah was born. Some individuals post that Jesse first married Patience TAYLOR, Martha's sister, and then married Martha, a niece of Patience (and thereby a niece of Patience's sister, Martha). Another posts that Patience married a John HOWELL.
Regardless which, Jesse Malachi HOWELL and his first wife had two children, James Malachi HOWELL, who died young, and Martha Sarah HOWELL, born 12 April 1811, who married William Burney MEANS. Martha Sarah's mother died giving birth to her or soon thereafter.
James Malachi and Martha Sarah HOWELL were placed under the guardianship of their father, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, February 28, 1815. On January 1, 1827, he stated that James M. had died as a minor, leaving one sister of the whole blood (minor), one half brother (minor, died), and five half sisters. (Green's "History of Richland County", page 279)
Jesse married again to Martha before 1819 when their first child was born. From the following information, this compiler believes that Jesse Malachi HOWELL married second, his cousin. Martha HOWELL, born cir 1789, the daughter of John and Mary HOWELL and Jesse's first cousin, once removed. Thomas and Grace HOWELL of Craven County, South Carolina were their common ancestors.
Saluda Reese, whose research is referenced by Edwin L. Green in "A History of Richland County", typed this cover page for Jesse M. HOWELL's Will: "Will Of Jesse Malachi Howell//Died 1835//1st Wife Martha Taylor, died 1812//Daughter of James Taylor//2nd Wife Martha (nee Howell) Howell//Died 1851//(She was cousin to her husband)"Her dates of birth and death correspond to the age at death of Jesse's widow in 1851. Also indicating that Martha, daughter of John HOWELL (Sr.) married Jesse M. HOWELL. (Note: Green wrote that Jesse's second wife was Martha, niece of Martha TAYLOR.)
Elizabeth Pitts posted at GenForum this referenced information showing John HOWELL (Jr.)'s sister, Martha, as wife of Jesse M. HOWELL: "Mrs. Margaret BLAKE Sister of John James HAIG Richland Eq. Roll 69 Margaret's Children: Martha m. William Washington -Margaret m. Rev. Dr. BOWEN - Edward BLAKE - John Haig BLAKE with note see Card John J. HAIG 1818 which was: John Haig BLAKE w Elizabeth Howell BLAKE formerly GOODWYN and Elizabeth D. HOWELL -- heirs of Malachi HOWELL vs. Est of John HOWELL His mother: Grace HOWELL Bros and Sis Mary, w/o John A. REESE Elizabeth w/o Timothy REESE Sally REESE Martha w/o Jesse M. HOWELL Richland Eq. Roll 267-290 Filed 3 Feb 1827 Then, on page 239 Nathaniel BOWEL m. Margaret BLAKE, dau of Margaret BLAKE, Sr., Richland Eq Bills 137, 1817." (Elizabeth Pitts, /cgi-genforum/email.cgi?89786841).
Grace HOWELL, daughter of John HOWELL (Sr.) and sister of Martha, in her will of 1835 named her sisters, Elizabeth REESE, Mary REESE and Sarah REESE, by their married surnames, and Martha HOWELL, also providing that Martha's maiden and married surname were the same.
Some say Jesse Malachi HOWELL was married second to Martha, "a niece of Martha TAYLOR", before 1819 when their first child was born, however, no niece of Martha TAYLOR who fits the given age of Jesse M.'s widow, born circa 1789, has been proven. "Martha TAYLOR, birth date not found, died 15 September 1851. She is the second wife of Jesse HOWELL and is the niece of his first wife." (unattributed) The 27 July 1850 U.S. Census of Richland District shows the household of Martha HOWELL, widow of Jesse Malachi HOWELL, and gives her age as 62, born then about 1788. The names of her children living with her proves her identity. James and Sarah TAYLOR had seven children, of whom two, Mary D., born about 1773 and Jesse, b. 1774, might have had a daughter Martha circa 1789, but no family has yet been found for either. James TAYLOR, Jr. married Margaret HIRONS and had a daughter Martha, b. Abt 1802, too young to be Martha HOWELL, widow, aged 62 in 1850. The age difference is reinforced by the newspaper extract which indicates Martha died in Columbia in Oct 1851 at the age of 61, born then about 1790.
SPECULATION: Edwin L. Green's work, above, states Jesse's second wife, Martha, was the niece of his first wife. Saluda Reese's typed cover page for Jesse Malachi's Will states "2nd Wife Martha (nee HOWELL) HOWELL Died 1851 (She was cousin to her husband)" Lastly, the descendant chart for "John (Thomas) HOWELL", died before 3 Aug 1760, from Carol Busto of Virginia indicates that Martha HOWELL was the second wife and widow of Jesse Malachi HOWELL of Richland District, SC. The source for this chart was the work of Saluda Reese. Also in it, John HOWELL, Sr., father of Martha born about 1789, was at his death married to Mary, maiden name not found. Martha TAYLOR had a sister Mary D., no husband assigned. If it is ever proven that Mary D. TAYLOR married John HOWELL, (not proven), and was mother of Martha, then Martha HOWELL would be both niece to Martha and Patience TAYLOR, and a first cousin to Jesse Malachi, making both positions above true. Current information does not show Martha and Patience to be related to Jesse Malachi other than by marriage. Again, any assistance confirming Jesse Malachi's marriages would be greatly appreciated. RLD)
In 1825, Jesse M. HOWELL was named guardian of Mary, Jane Margaret, and James Ross SCOTT. He was discharged in 1835, the year he died, when Jane S. JONES took James, while Mary married J. B. DAVIS, and Jane married J. H. ADAMS. The reference also states "Item of year 1837 has 'paid J. H. ADAMS on White House.' Right in estate of 'Uncle Wm. SCOTT.'" Green's "History of Richland County",page 360: Page A of Index of Book M: "No. 2010") (QUESTION: Are these SCOTT children descended from the William SCUTT & Elizabeth O'DANIEL line of Fairfax County, Virginia?)
In an undated abstract, between entries for 6 Apr 1826 and 11 May 1826, from Richland County Will Book H, page 170, Jesse M. HOWELL, along with Martin MARSHALL, Joseph E. REESE, and John MARSHALL are the commissioners in the estate division of William R. HOWELL. Heirs were: Joseph B. WHITE, Robert WESTON, Thomas BALDRICK, and Charles R. HOWELL.
Citation (date?) issued for Jesse M. HOWELL, Malachi HOWELL and Anderson TRICE returnable the 28th Int. - And whereas the said Jesse M. HOWELL and Anderson TRICE appeared and claimed the administration and no cause being shown to the contrary, I do therefore grant Letters of Administration to the said Jesse M. HOWELL and Anderson TRICE on the Estate of Meredith TRICE, deceased - Who thereupon entered into a Bond in the sum of $10,000 with Malachi HOWELL their security and took the oath required by law. (The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, SCMAR, Volume XVI Number 3, Summer, 1988 Richland District Minutes of the Court of Ordinary, 1806-1833 (Continued from Volume XV, p. 217) SCMAR, Vol. XVI, Summer 1988, No. 3, p. 150)
Jesse Malachi died in 1835, Richland District. His will indicates five daughters, including four half sisters of Martha Sarah, and her two half brothers. From the 1827 record above, it appears that one unnamed half brother and a half sister died as minors. This establishes a total of eight children born from Jesse's second marriage.
PROBATE: Will dated May 21, 1835 Feb. 27, 1835 Bk. I Pg. 302 Wit: W. F. DeSAUSSURE, Saml BYERS, Alester GARDEN Ex: Wade HAMPTON, Jr., B. F. TAYLOR. Lists wife as Martha. Sons: William, Jesse Malachi. Dau: Mary, Grace, Harriet, Lucy, Martha Sarah MEANS, Eppes Goodwyn.
The below, extracted from the LW&T of Brigadier General John PEARSON, may be citing Jesse M. HOWELL's purchase on 9 August 1814 of the home of Capt. Bryant MARSH and Martha DANIEL after their move to Wilcox County, Alabama. Bryant MARSH's home, in what is now Saluda County, South Carolina, is know as the MARSH-JOHNSON House and is in The National Historical Landmark Registry. The house first appears on the Mills Map of Edgefield District (1825) as a residence of "Capt. B. Marsh". In 1846 the plat of an adjoining plantation shows that the land belonged to Josiah Howell. In 1847 Isaac Johnson of the Old Barnwell District purchased the land from Mr. Howell. The Johnson family kept the property until 1945, at which time John Henry Hazel bought the house and 225 acres.
To understand the relationships in this will, Brig. Gen. John PEARSON, RS-SC Militia, was the uncle of Martha Pearson COOK who married first, Levi DANIELL and then second, Levi's cousin, John "Jack" DANIEL, brother of Martha DANIEL who married Bryant MARSH. Levi's sister, Sarah DANIELL married Capt. James TAYLOR. Jesse Malachi HOWELL married Martha TAYLOR, James and Sarah Daniell TAYLOR's daughter and second cousin to Martha Daniel MARSH. These lines of cousins, DANIEL and DANIELL in South Carolina were very tightly knit.
"WHEREAS I the said John PEARSON Senr. have laid myself responsible for the sum of fifteen hundred dollars in a bond dated 9th August 1814 made to Jesse M. HOWELL of Richland District and state aforesaid for the purchase of a house and lot of land in the town of Columbia in behalf of Dr. George E. SMITH who intermarried with my daughter Judith PEARSON and whereas the said engagement was made by me at the instance and request of my said daughter and it appearing to me that a dividend of my lands herein devised may be reasonably estimated to the value of two thousand dollars it is my will that the sum of five hundred dollars be paid to my said daughter Judith her heirs or assigns by my executors herein after named after the expiration of twelve months from my decease and I hereby charge my personal estate not otherwise charged for the payment of the said sum of five hundred dollars being intended by me as a just compensation to my said daughter in lieu of any share or devise in my real estate in addition to the sum contained in the bond aforementioned which at the date of these presents is not satisfied making up the apparent deficiency in the aforesaid devises, of 1 and for my children and it is my will that my said daughter Judith shall accept of the said sum hereby bequyeathed to her in lieu of all claims, demands, rights, and expectations in the distribution by will of my real estate aforesaid." (Source: South Carolina, Fairfield Will Book #7, page 272, recorded June 1st, 1820 Apt. #28, File #420 (This original will transcription was generously contributed by Marjory Watts.)
SC Archives: Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0022 Frame: 00364 item: 00 Date: 1835 C. Description: HOWELL, Jese Malachi of Richland District, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book K, Page 33; Estate Packet: Box 15, Pkg 366) (14 Frames). Names Indexed: HOWELL, Jesse Malachi /TAYLOR, James/TAYLOR, Jesse P./HEATH, Thomas/THREEWITS, John/HOWELL, William/HOWELL, Malachi/Yellow John (Slave)/Mary (Slave)/Frederick (Slave)/Jane (Slave)/Eliza (Slave)/Napery (Slave)/DESAUSSURE, William F./BYERS, Samuel/GARDEN, Alester/FISHER, Edward/LEDINGHAM, J. H./TAYLOR, John G. N./FITZSIMONS, Paul/FISHER, John/Creasy (Slave)/Dolly (Slave)/HOWELL, Mrs. Jesse Malachi/ROBERTSON, Catherine M./HAMPTON, Wade Jr./TAYLOR, Benjamin F./Nancy (Slave)/Lissa (Slave)/Christian (Slave)/Sarah (Slave)/Anna (Slave)/Virginia (Slave)/Charles (Slave)/Billy (Slave)/Peggy (Slave)/Old Christian (Slave)/HOWELL, Mary/MEANS, Martha S./HOWELL, Epps Goodwyn/HOWELL, Jesse Malachi Jr./HOWELL, Grace/HOWELL, Harriett/HOWELL, Lucy. Locations: Richland District /Columbia/Congaree River/Broad River.
Other than capitalized surnames, the following is a faithful copy of photographs of typed pages of the work of Saluda REESE, cited by Edwin L. Green as resource material in writing "A History of Richland County South Carolina". The original pages are in the South Carolina Archives. Carol Busto of Ashland, Virginia graciously provided photocopies to Robert Louis Daniell:
(Cover Page) Will Of Jesse Malachi HOWELL//Died 1835//1st Wife Martha TAYLOR, died 1812//Daughter of James TAYLOR//2nd Wife Martha (nee HOWELL) HOWELL//Died 1851//(She was cousin to her husband)
WILL OF JESSE M. HOWELL, Will Book K. Richland County, 1787-1853. Box 15-Package 354. South Carolina, District Richland: In the name of God Amen. I, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, of the District and state aforesaid, planter, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following, that is to say, I give devise and bequeath unto Wade HAMPTON the younger and benjamin (sic) F. TAYLOR and to the survivors of them, and to the Executors, but if there be none then to the heirs of each Survivor the whole of my Estate real and personal of what nature or kind so ever it may be, which I shall be possessed of, interested in, or entitled unto at the time of my death -in trust, nevertheless and to and for the uses intents and purposes hereinafter expressed of and concerning the same and none other whatever, that is to say, In trust to pay all my just debts; and upon the further trust out of any money in their hands pay an annuity or yearly sum of one Thousand Dollars dear of all taxes or deductions whatever into the proper hands of my dearly beloved wife for and during the term of her life so long as she lives sole and unmarried in adition to the further provision hereinafter made for my said wife: and upon the further that from and immediately after my decease my said Trustees shall purchase a small tract of land in a healthy situation near Columbia and assign the same to my said wife to be held for the same term and on the same condition as are annexed to the bequeast of the annuity, and that my said Trustees shall cause to be built thereon a comfortable dwelling house for the residence of my wife and her children with all requisite out buildings, fences, ect., or if a suitable place cannot be purchased, , or my said Trustees shall think it more advantegeos (sic) to my estate to lease that in such case they shall lease such a tract (Page 2) of land with a comfortable dwelling house and out buildings thereon for a term of years renewable during the life of widowhood of my said wife; and to be assigned to her as aforesaid. And upon the further trust that the said Trustees shall assign and deliver to my said wife for and during the term aforesaid the following slaves to wit: Nancy, the cook, Lissa of Christian, Sarah, Anna, Virginia, Charles, Billy & Peggy and old Christian----- And my carriage and horses, and the whole of my house hold and kitchen furniture and utensils, beds, bedding, table linen, china and earthen ware and jewelry of what nature or kindsoever: and it is my will that from and immediately after the death or marriage of my said wife the said annuity shall cease, and the land, houses, goods, and chattwls (sic), hereby devised and bequeathed to her shall sink into, and become part of the residue of my said real and personal estate, and be held and possessed by my said trustees, Colonel Wade HAMPTON and Benj. F. TAYLOR, of (or?) the Survivors of them, or the Executors or heir of each survivor upon the trusts to and for the intents and purposes herein declared concerning the rest and residue of my real and personal estate devised and bequeathed in trust for my children. And it is my will and I do hereby direct that my said Trustees do sell the whole of my personal estate (not herein bequeathed to my wife and daughter Mary) at public auction for the best price that can be got for same, upon a credit of one, two, three, and four years, taking bon (sic) and mortgages, with interest from the day of sale payable annually, and personal security from the several purchases to secure the paymen (sic) of the purchase money. It is my desire that my Trustees before named will use their discretion as to the most favorable period to make sal (sic) of my said personal estate, and also as to the place of sale, for whi (sic) purpose they are hereby invested with power to remove the negros in any part of the United States or the Territories thereof. And it is (Page 3) further my will and desire that as soon as my children arrive at the age of twenty-one years or marry that the said Trustees shall divide my personal estate into as many parts as I shall have children whether now born of hereafter to be born (Mrs. Martha S. MEANS excepted) who shall be living at the time of my death, or having died shall have left issue one of those parts or shares to each of my sons who shall then be living, as they shall attain twenty-one years of age, absolutely; and that the said Trustees shall permit each of my daughters Mary HOWELL, Epps Goodwyn HOWELL, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Harriette HOWELL and Lucy HOWELL and Grace who shall be then living, upon their respectively attaining the age of twenty-one years or marrying to take, have and receive, the annual interest of of (sic) one of the said parts or shares yearly during their natural lives and upon the death of any of my daughters last named, leaving lawful issue alive at the time after death, I desire that my said Trustees do assign one of the said parts or shares to such lawful issue absolutely, share and share alike, as such issue shall respectively arrive at the age of twenty one or marry, without further trust or condition, and if any of my daughters last named should die without having lawful issue at the time of her death, it is my will and desire that the share of the said personal estate, of which she was permitted to receive the interest during her life shall be divided among her surviving brothers and sisters (Mrs Martha S. MEANS Excepted) and the issue of such as may have died before her, share and share alike, but such issue taking among them the share to which their parent would have been entitled, and it is further my will and desire , that the share to which my daughter Mary HOWELL will be entitled shall remain in the hands of the said Trustees until one of my sons shall attain the age of twenty one years, upon the occurance (Page 4) of which event my said son shall receive the share of his said sister (plural s lined out), Mary HOWELL for her; and upon death of such son, the next who shall attain twenty-one years shall succeed his brother in the said trust; and I confide the case of my said daughter to the duty and affection of her said brothers: And upon the death of my said daughter Mary HOWELL I bequeath her share (the provision in a preceeding clause to the contrary notwithstanding) to my sons who shall be at that time alive, and to the issue of such as shall be dead, they taking among them their parents share I reserve however a right to my daughter Mary HOWELL to give by will or otherwise a small legacy or token of remembrance to either or all of her sisters then alive not to exceed one hundred dollars each. And it is further my will and desire and I do hereby direct that the two plantations or tracts of land which I derived by purchase from James TAYLOR and Jesse P. TAYLOR, bounded by the Congaree River and by the lands of Wade HAMPTON Jr., Thomas HEATH and John THREEWITS be conveyed by the said Trustees in fee simple to my sons William HOWELL and Malachi HOWELL, and that possession thereof be delivered to them when the first shall have attained twenty one years of age and it is my will and desire that if the said plantations or tracts of land shall be of greater value than one half of the whol (sic) real estate I shall be possessed of at my death, that my said sons shall pay in one two three and four equal annual instalments (sic) which shall be at interest as they respectively become due the difference in value to my daughters Mary HOWELL, Epps Goodwyn HOWELL, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Grace HOWELL, Harriett (sic) and Lucy HOWELL, and if the said plantation shall be of less value than one half of the said real estate, that the difference shall be made up in like manner to my said sons by their said sisters. And it is further my will and desire that if another (Page 5) son shall at any time hereafter be born unto me, my said Trustees shall convey in fee simple to such son and to my sons Wm. HOWELL and Malachi HOWELL before mentioned - the said tracts of land which I derived from James TAYLOR and Jess P. TAYLOR and also as much more of my real estate as will make their joint share equal to five ninths of my said real estate in value-- And as to the remainder of my real estate, - it is my will and desire and I do hereby direct that the said Trustees shall permit my daughters now born or hereafter to be born (Mrs. Martha S. MEANS excepted.) to take and receive among them in equal shares the rents and profits thereof during their lives; and immediately after the death of any one of my said daughters, leaving issue alive at the time of her death it is my will and desire that the said Trustees convey to such issue, in fee simple, share and share alike such portion or share of the said remainder, of any real estate an their mother would have been entitled to, and the said remainder of my real estate been directed to be equally divided among my daughters aforesaid; and it is my desire that they be put in possession thereof as they respectively attain twenty one years of age or marry. But if any one of my daughters (Mrs. Martha S. MEANS excepted) shall die without leaving issue alive at the time of her death, it is my will and desire that share of the daughter dying without issue shall sink into the said remainder of my real estate above bequeathed to my daughters and be subject to the provisions herein made in relation to the same. But if so many of my daughters shall die without leaving issue alive at the time of their deaths as will make the shares of the survivors in my real estate respectively greater than the respective shares above allotted to my sons in that event it is my will and desire that the share of a daughter dying without leaving issue alive at the time afer death shall be divided equally among my then surviving sons and daughters (Mrs.(Page 6) M. S. MEANS excepted) and the issue of any that shall have died leaving issue they taking among them their parents share - And if it so happens that all my daughters shall die without leaving issue alive at the time of their deaths, it is my will and desire that the portion of the real estate intended by the will for my said daughters shall be conveyed in fee simple to my said Trustees to my sons then surviving, and the issue, of any that shall have died, such issues taking among them a parents share But upon the death of my daughter Mary HOWELL without leaving issue alive at the time of her death, I devise and bequeath the interest in the remainder of my real estate above secured to her by my sons then living, and to the issue of anyone that may then be dead, such issue taking among themselves to be divided equally, share and share alike their parents parts. And it is further my will and desire that in case of the death of any one of my children aforesaid before they arrive at the age of twenty-one years or without leaving lawful issue alive at the time of their death that the share or interest of such child or children Shall be divided and apportioned among my surviving children (Mrs. Martha S. MEANS excepted) as in herein before directed. And it is my will and desire that if all my sons , or all my daughters (excepting Mrs. M. S. MEANS) should happen to die without leaving lawful issue alive at the time of their death, that my surviving sons or my surviving daughters as the case may be (Mrs. M. S. MEANS excepted) shall be entitled to, and receive the whole of my estate real and personal, and my Trustees shall convey to them in the same upon the same terms, and in the same manner, and with the like limitations and restrictions as are hereinbefore directed concerning the shares or interests of my sons or daughters in the same. I give and bequeath to (Page 7) my daughter Martha Sarah MEANS the sum of ten Dollars---This bequest is made and is intended to be in lieu and bar of all claims she may have against my estate and in lieu of all her rights and interests in my estate as one of my children and heir at law. And to avoid as much as possible any recourse to law concerning the partition or division of my said estate, I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint the said Wade HAMPTON the younger and Benjamin TAYLOR, or the survivors of them, and the executors of such survivor, and if there be no Executors, or they shall die then the heir of such survivor, being of the age of twenty one years to make all divisions or appraisements of my said estate, or any part thereof in all cases in which divisions or appraisements may be necessary to carry into effect the provisions of this Will. And it is further my will and desire, and I do hereby direct that every interest benefit and advantage hereby devised and bequeathed or reserved to and for the use of my daughters or any of them, shall in case they or either of them intermarry with a Foreigner, or who is not a native born citizen of the United States of America or of the Territories thereof sink into the residue of my estate, and be divided and distributed in the same manner as if such daughter or daughters had died under the age of twenty-one years, or without leaving lawful issue alive at the time of their death; such forfeiture being confined to the daughter or daughter who shall marry as aforesaid. And it is further my will and desire and I do hereby direct from time to time as money may come into the hands of my executors from the sales of my estate hereby directed to be made or from the sale of any crop or crops at the period of my decrease or from outstanding debts or otherwise however, after providing for the payment of my just debts and defraying the necessary expenses of the maintenance and education of (Page 8) my children, which I wish to be liberal and extensive, that the same be laid out and invested in Bank Stock or other good public securities of the United States of America of of (sic) this State as will be most beneficial for my said children, my daughter Mrs. M. S. Means however not being intended to be embraced in this provision. It is further my will and desire, and I do hereby direct that the provision made for my said wife by this will shall be and be taken in lieu and bar off all claim and dower to any part of my estate. And it is further my will and desire that my daughter Mary shall have and receive the following negros to wit: Yellow John, Mary, his wife; Frederick, Jane, Eliza, Napery and their future issue and increase of the females upon the same terms and conditions and with the like limitations as are prescribed in the clauses of this will where provision is made for her out of my personal estate. I desire wherever the word issue occurs in this will it shall be understood to mean legitimate issue. And I hereby nominate constitute and appoint my friends Colonel Wade HAMPTON and Benjamin F. TAYLOR Executors of this my last Will and testament, and Guardians of my children with as full power to act for them, as if they had been appointed such Guardians under the authority of any Court of this State. And I hereby revoke all Wills by me heretofore made, and declare this to be my last Will and testament written upon three sheets of paper upon each of which my name is sihned (sic) in my proper hand In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this twenty first day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty four. J. M. HOWELL (L. S.)
signed, sealed, published and declared, by the Testator Jesse M. HOWELL, to be his last Will and testament, in our presence who in his presence and at his request have hereunto subscribed our names (Page 9) as witnesses: the following alterations having been made by the Testator before signing the same to wit: the words then living" in the 38th line of 1st page erased an an interlineatin made between that and the 39th line - and on the second page - terlineations (sic) between the 22nd and 23rd line: between the 24th and 25th: the 37th and 38 and 39th; and the 43d and 44th: - the whole 39 line having been erased and part of the 38 and 40th. W. F. DeSAUSSURE, Samuel I. BYERS, Alester GARDEN.
State of South Carolina Richland District - Before me personally appeared Wm. F. DeSAUSSURE Esq, who being duly sworn did make oath that he saw Jesse M. HOWELL sign and publish and declare this written instrument of writing, to be his last Will and Testament, that he was then of sound and disposing memory, according to the best of this Deponents knowledge and belief, and that he with Samuel BYERS and Alester GARDEN at the request of the Testator in his presence and in the presence of each other witnessed the due execution thereof. Sworn to before me 27 Feb 1735 (sic, no doubt 1835. RLD) James S. GUIGNARD Ordinary Recorded in Will Book L Page #32 Box 23 - Package 571 4476


General Notes: Wife - Martha TAYLOR

Martha TAYLOR, daughter of Capt. James TAYLOR and Sarah DANIELL was born 18 Jan 1784. Martha is tentatively assigned as Jesse Malachi HOWELL's first wife.
CONFLICTING INFORMATION exists about whether Martha or her sister, Patience, married circa 1805 Jesse Malachi HOWELL. Both Martha and Patience TAYLOR are said to have been the first wife of Jesse Malachi HOWELL. Edwin L. Green in "A History of Richland County" writes: "Malachi and Martha Epps HOWELL had a son, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, who married Martha, daughter of James TAYLOR, then her niece Martha, the latter surviving him after his death at the beginning of 1835." Other sources list "Martha TAYLOR (died 1812) married Jesse Malachi HOWELL (died 1835)." An Ancestry.com file provides "Patience TAYLOR Born Marriage 1 Spouse Jesse Malachi HOWELL Married [no date]"; however, Henry L. Hall's THE TAYLOR FAMILY OF RICHLAND COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA AN IMPORTANT PIONEER FAMILY IN THE HISTORY OF COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA states "(35) 6. Patience TAYLOR (18 January 1784-12 April 1811) married John Howell." Patience's birth date is given as both 4 Oct 1781 or 18 Jan 1784 and died 12 Apr 1811. Details about these sisters are being shared between them.
Regardless of which, Jesse Malachi HOWELL and his first wife had two children, James Malachi HOWELL, who died young, and Martha Sarah HOWELL, born 12 April 1811, who married William Burney MEANS. Martha Sarah's mother apparently died giving birth to her.
(QUESTION: Could Martha TAYLOR, sister of Patience, have been the second wife of Jesse Malachi HOWELL? It does not appear so. Edwin L. Green's work, above, states Jesse's second wife, Martha, was the niece of his first wife. Saluda Reese's typed cover page for Jesse Malachi's Will states "2nd Wife Martha (nee HOWELL) HOWELL Died 1851 (She was cousin to her husband)" Martha HOWELL's father, William, had a wife and widow, Mary, maiden name not found. Martha TAYLOR had a sister Mary D., no husband assigned. If it is ever proven that Mary D. TAYLOR married William HOWELL, then Martha HOWELL would be both niece to Martha and Patience TAYLOR, and a first cousin to Jesse Malachi. Current information does not show Martha and Patience to be related to Jesse Malachi other than by marriage. RLD)


Notes: Marriage

Based on estimated marriage at about age 18.


General Notes: Child - James Malachi HOWELL

James Malachi HOWELL may be named for his two grandfathers, James TAYLOR and Malachi HOWELL.
"James Malachi HOWELL and Martha Sarah HOWELL were placed under the guardianship of father, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, February 28, 1815; on January 1, 1827, he states that James M. had died a minor, leaving one sister of the whole blood (minor), one half brother (minor, died), and five half sisters."


General Notes: Child - Martha Sarah HOWELL

Martha Sarah Taylor HOWELL was born on 12 April 1811, daughter of Jesse Malachi and Martha Taylor HOWELL. Martha died giving birth to Martha Sarah.

Martha Sarah Taylor HOWELL married William Burney MEANS. They removed from South Carolina to Desoto Parish, Louisiana where they lived on Roseneath Plantation. It was listed on the LOUISIANA NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES on Jan. 13, 1989.
Martha Sarah Howell MEANS was specifically excluded from the will of her father, Jesse Malichi HOWELL.

1860 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Desoto Parish, Mansfield P O, 9 July 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 410 Page: 867: 301 320 Martha S. MEANS 49 F W Farming 39,600 109,000 SC; Julian H. " 20 M W No Occ SC; Mary T. " 15 F W SC; (next door) 321 Jas T. MEANS 24 M W Farmer SC; Ida A. " 15 F W AL.

1870 U.S. Census, Louisiana, DeSoto Parish, Wd-2, Keachie P O, 28 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 511 Page: 449: 163 163 MEANS M. S. 59 F W Keeping house SC; -- M. T. 25 3200 3000 SC.
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Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. and Martha HOWELL




Husband Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. 933

         Born: Abt 1775 - Richland County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1835 - Richland District, South Carolina 4475
       Buried: 


       Father: Malachi HOWELL (Bef 1756-Bef 1782)
       Mother: Martha Epps GOODWYN (Abt 1754-1784) 926,934


     Marriage: Cir 1816 - South Carolina

 Other Spouse: Martha TAYLOR (1784-Cir 1811) - Cir 1805



Wife Martha HOWELL 791

         Born: Cir 1789 1434
   Christened: 
         Died: 1851 1435
       Buried: 


       Father: John HOWELL (Cir 1757-      ) 791
       Mother: Mary (Cir 1757-      ) 791,1431




Children
1 F Mary HOWELL 3515,4476

         Born: Bef 1819 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1827 - South Carolina
       Buried: 



2 F Epps Goodwyn HOWELL 1808,1812,3515

         Born: 9 Apr 1819 - South Carolina 1812
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 May 1862 - Richland County, South Carolina 4735
       Buried:  - Trinity Churchyard
       Spouse: Dr. Daniel Heyward TREZEVANT (1796-1873) 1808,1811
         Marr: 15 Nov 1841 - South Carolina 1812


3 F Jesse M. HOWELL 3515

         Born: Abt 1824 - South Carolina 1434
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 8 Jun 1857 - Richland District, South Carolina 4739
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


4 F Baby HOWELL 4476

         Born: Abt 1826 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1835 - South Carolina
       Buried: 



5 F Grace HOWELL 3515

         Born: Abt 1827 - South Carolina 1434
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 Nov 1862 - Richland County, South Carolina 4737
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


6 F Harriet HOWELL 3515

         Born: Abt 1829 - South Carolina 1434
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 18 Sep 1850 - Richland District, South Carolina 4738
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


7 M William HOWELL 3515

         Born: Abt 1830 - Richland District, South Carolina 1434
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 Oct 1864 - Richland County, South Carolina 4475
       Buried: 



8 M Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Jr. 3515

         Born: Abt 1831 - Columbia, Richland District, South Carolina 1434
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1863
       Buried: 



9 F Lucy HOWELL 3515

         Born: Abt 1831 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr.

Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr., son of Malachi HOWELL and Martha Epps GOODWYN, was born about 1775 in Craven County, South Carolina. His father died in Feb 1782 when Jesse was about seven. Two months later, his mother remarried to Col. Wade HAMPTON. Two years after this marriage, Jesse's mother died, leaving him an orphan, about nine years of age, in the care of his step-father, Col. HAMPTON. Further records of Jesse's youth have not yet been found.
CONFLICTING INFORMATION is published concerning the marriages of Jesse Malachi HOWELL. Any assistance confirming Jesse Malachi's marriages would be greatly appreciated.
Martha TAYLOR, daughter of Capt. James TAYLOR and Sarah DANIELL, is tentatively assigned as Jesse Malachi's first wife. "Malachi and Martha Epps HOWELL had a son, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, who married Martha, daughter of James TAYLOR, then her niece Martha, the latter surviving him after his death at the beginning of 1835." (Edwin L. Green, "A History of Richland County", p. 47) Jesse and Martha, married circa 1805, and had two children, James Malachi and Martha Sarah as indicated in the record below. Martha died in 1811, the year Martha Sarah was born. Some individuals post that Jesse first married Patience TAYLOR, Martha's sister, and then married Martha, a niece of Patience (and thereby a niece of Patience's sister, Martha). Another posts that Patience married a John HOWELL.
Regardless which, Jesse Malachi HOWELL and his first wife had two children, James Malachi HOWELL, who died young, and Martha Sarah HOWELL, born 12 April 1811, who married William Burney MEANS. Martha Sarah's mother died giving birth to her or soon thereafter.
James Malachi and Martha Sarah HOWELL were placed under the guardianship of their father, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, February 28, 1815. On January 1, 1827, he stated that James M. had died as a minor, leaving one sister of the whole blood (minor), one half brother (minor, died), and five half sisters. (Green's "History of Richland County", page 279)
Jesse married again to Martha before 1819 when their first child was born. From the following information, this compiler believes that Jesse Malachi HOWELL married second, his cousin. Martha HOWELL, born cir 1789, the daughter of John and Mary HOWELL and Jesse's first cousin, once removed. Thomas and Grace HOWELL of Craven County, South Carolina were their common ancestors.
Saluda Reese, whose research is referenced by Edwin L. Green in "A History of Richland County", typed this cover page for Jesse M. HOWELL's Will: "Will Of Jesse Malachi Howell//Died 1835//1st Wife Martha Taylor, died 1812//Daughter of James Taylor//2nd Wife Martha (nee Howell) Howell//Died 1851//(She was cousin to her husband)"Her dates of birth and death correspond to the age at death of Jesse's widow in 1851. Also indicating that Martha, daughter of John HOWELL (Sr.) married Jesse M. HOWELL. (Note: Green wrote that Jesse's second wife was Martha, niece of Martha TAYLOR.)
Elizabeth Pitts posted at GenForum this referenced information showing John HOWELL (Jr.)'s sister, Martha, as wife of Jesse M. HOWELL: "Mrs. Margaret BLAKE Sister of John James HAIG Richland Eq. Roll 69 Margaret's Children: Martha m. William Washington -Margaret m. Rev. Dr. BOWEN - Edward BLAKE - John Haig BLAKE with note see Card John J. HAIG 1818 which was: John Haig BLAKE w Elizabeth Howell BLAKE formerly GOODWYN and Elizabeth D. HOWELL -- heirs of Malachi HOWELL vs. Est of John HOWELL His mother: Grace HOWELL Bros and Sis Mary, w/o John A. REESE Elizabeth w/o Timothy REESE Sally REESE Martha w/o Jesse M. HOWELL Richland Eq. Roll 267-290 Filed 3 Feb 1827 Then, on page 239 Nathaniel BOWEL m. Margaret BLAKE, dau of Margaret BLAKE, Sr., Richland Eq Bills 137, 1817." (Elizabeth Pitts, /cgi-genforum/email.cgi?89786841).
Grace HOWELL, daughter of John HOWELL (Sr.) and sister of Martha, in her will of 1835 named her sisters, Elizabeth REESE, Mary REESE and Sarah REESE, by their married surnames, and Martha HOWELL, also providing that Martha's maiden and married surname were the same.
Some say Jesse Malachi HOWELL was married second to Martha, "a niece of Martha TAYLOR", before 1819 when their first child was born, however, no niece of Martha TAYLOR who fits the given age of Jesse M.'s widow, born circa 1789, has been proven. "Martha TAYLOR, birth date not found, died 15 September 1851. She is the second wife of Jesse HOWELL and is the niece of his first wife." (unattributed) The 27 July 1850 U.S. Census of Richland District shows the household of Martha HOWELL, widow of Jesse Malachi HOWELL, and gives her age as 62, born then about 1788. The names of her children living with her proves her identity. James and Sarah TAYLOR had seven children, of whom two, Mary D., born about 1773 and Jesse, b. 1774, might have had a daughter Martha circa 1789, but no family has yet been found for either. James TAYLOR, Jr. married Margaret HIRONS and had a daughter Martha, b. Abt 1802, too young to be Martha HOWELL, widow, aged 62 in 1850. The age difference is reinforced by the newspaper extract which indicates Martha died in Columbia in Oct 1851 at the age of 61, born then about 1790.
SPECULATION: Edwin L. Green's work, above, states Jesse's second wife, Martha, was the niece of his first wife. Saluda Reese's typed cover page for Jesse Malachi's Will states "2nd Wife Martha (nee HOWELL) HOWELL Died 1851 (She was cousin to her husband)" Lastly, the descendant chart for "John (Thomas) HOWELL", died before 3 Aug 1760, from Carol Busto of Virginia indicates that Martha HOWELL was the second wife and widow of Jesse Malachi HOWELL of Richland District, SC. The source for this chart was the work of Saluda Reese. Also in it, John HOWELL, Sr., father of Martha born about 1789, was at his death married to Mary, maiden name not found. Martha TAYLOR had a sister Mary D., no husband assigned. If it is ever proven that Mary D. TAYLOR married John HOWELL, (not proven), and was mother of Martha, then Martha HOWELL would be both niece to Martha and Patience TAYLOR, and a first cousin to Jesse Malachi, making both positions above true. Current information does not show Martha and Patience to be related to Jesse Malachi other than by marriage. Again, any assistance confirming Jesse Malachi's marriages would be greatly appreciated. RLD)
In 1825, Jesse M. HOWELL was named guardian of Mary, Jane Margaret, and James Ross SCOTT. He was discharged in 1835, the year he died, when Jane S. JONES took James, while Mary married J. B. DAVIS, and Jane married J. H. ADAMS. The reference also states "Item of year 1837 has 'paid J. H. ADAMS on White House.' Right in estate of 'Uncle Wm. SCOTT.'" Green's "History of Richland County",page 360: Page A of Index of Book M: "No. 2010") (QUESTION: Are these SCOTT children descended from the William SCUTT & Elizabeth O'DANIEL line of Fairfax County, Virginia?)
In an undated abstract, between entries for 6 Apr 1826 and 11 May 1826, from Richland County Will Book H, page 170, Jesse M. HOWELL, along with Martin MARSHALL, Joseph E. REESE, and John MARSHALL are the commissioners in the estate division of William R. HOWELL. Heirs were: Joseph B. WHITE, Robert WESTON, Thomas BALDRICK, and Charles R. HOWELL.
Citation (date?) issued for Jesse M. HOWELL, Malachi HOWELL and Anderson TRICE returnable the 28th Int. - And whereas the said Jesse M. HOWELL and Anderson TRICE appeared and claimed the administration and no cause being shown to the contrary, I do therefore grant Letters of Administration to the said Jesse M. HOWELL and Anderson TRICE on the Estate of Meredith TRICE, deceased - Who thereupon entered into a Bond in the sum of $10,000 with Malachi HOWELL their security and took the oath required by law. (The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, SCMAR, Volume XVI Number 3, Summer, 1988 Richland District Minutes of the Court of Ordinary, 1806-1833 (Continued from Volume XV, p. 217) SCMAR, Vol. XVI, Summer 1988, No. 3, p. 150)
Jesse Malachi died in 1835, Richland District. His will indicates five daughters, including four half sisters of Martha Sarah, and her two half brothers. From the 1827 record above, it appears that one unnamed half brother and a half sister died as minors. This establishes a total of eight children born from Jesse's second marriage.
PROBATE: Will dated May 21, 1835 Feb. 27, 1835 Bk. I Pg. 302 Wit: W. F. DeSAUSSURE, Saml BYERS, Alester GARDEN Ex: Wade HAMPTON, Jr., B. F. TAYLOR. Lists wife as Martha. Sons: William, Jesse Malachi. Dau: Mary, Grace, Harriet, Lucy, Martha Sarah MEANS, Eppes Goodwyn.
The below, extracted from the LW&T of Brigadier General John PEARSON, may be citing Jesse M. HOWELL's purchase on 9 August 1814 of the home of Capt. Bryant MARSH and Martha DANIEL after their move to Wilcox County, Alabama. Bryant MARSH's home, in what is now Saluda County, South Carolina, is know as the MARSH-JOHNSON House and is in The National Historical Landmark Registry. The house first appears on the Mills Map of Edgefield District (1825) as a residence of "Capt. B. Marsh". In 1846 the plat of an adjoining plantation shows that the land belonged to Josiah Howell. In 1847 Isaac Johnson of the Old Barnwell District purchased the land from Mr. Howell. The Johnson family kept the property until 1945, at which time John Henry Hazel bought the house and 225 acres.
To understand the relationships in this will, Brig. Gen. John PEARSON, RS-SC Militia, was the uncle of Martha Pearson COOK who married first, Levi DANIELL and then second, Levi's cousin, John "Jack" DANIEL, brother of Martha DANIEL who married Bryant MARSH. Levi's sister, Sarah DANIELL married Capt. James TAYLOR. Jesse Malachi HOWELL married Martha TAYLOR, James and Sarah Daniell TAYLOR's daughter and second cousin to Martha Daniel MARSH. These lines of cousins, DANIEL and DANIELL in South Carolina were very tightly knit.
"WHEREAS I the said John PEARSON Senr. have laid myself responsible for the sum of fifteen hundred dollars in a bond dated 9th August 1814 made to Jesse M. HOWELL of Richland District and state aforesaid for the purchase of a house and lot of land in the town of Columbia in behalf of Dr. George E. SMITH who intermarried with my daughter Judith PEARSON and whereas the said engagement was made by me at the instance and request of my said daughter and it appearing to me that a dividend of my lands herein devised may be reasonably estimated to the value of two thousand dollars it is my will that the sum of five hundred dollars be paid to my said daughter Judith her heirs or assigns by my executors herein after named after the expiration of twelve months from my decease and I hereby charge my personal estate not otherwise charged for the payment of the said sum of five hundred dollars being intended by me as a just compensation to my said daughter in lieu of any share or devise in my real estate in addition to the sum contained in the bond aforementioned which at the date of these presents is not satisfied making up the apparent deficiency in the aforesaid devises, of 1 and for my children and it is my will that my said daughter Judith shall accept of the said sum hereby bequyeathed to her in lieu of all claims, demands, rights, and expectations in the distribution by will of my real estate aforesaid." (Source: South Carolina, Fairfield Will Book #7, page 272, recorded June 1st, 1820 Apt. #28, File #420 (This original will transcription was generously contributed by Marjory Watts.)
SC Archives: Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0022 Frame: 00364 item: 00 Date: 1835 C. Description: HOWELL, Jese Malachi of Richland District, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book K, Page 33; Estate Packet: Box 15, Pkg 366) (14 Frames). Names Indexed: HOWELL, Jesse Malachi /TAYLOR, James/TAYLOR, Jesse P./HEATH, Thomas/THREEWITS, John/HOWELL, William/HOWELL, Malachi/Yellow John (Slave)/Mary (Slave)/Frederick (Slave)/Jane (Slave)/Eliza (Slave)/Napery (Slave)/DESAUSSURE, William F./BYERS, Samuel/GARDEN, Alester/FISHER, Edward/LEDINGHAM, J. H./TAYLOR, John G. N./FITZSIMONS, Paul/FISHER, John/Creasy (Slave)/Dolly (Slave)/HOWELL, Mrs. Jesse Malachi/ROBERTSON, Catherine M./HAMPTON, Wade Jr./TAYLOR, Benjamin F./Nancy (Slave)/Lissa (Slave)/Christian (Slave)/Sarah (Slave)/Anna (Slave)/Virginia (Slave)/Charles (Slave)/Billy (Slave)/Peggy (Slave)/Old Christian (Slave)/HOWELL, Mary/MEANS, Martha S./HOWELL, Epps Goodwyn/HOWELL, Jesse Malachi Jr./HOWELL, Grace/HOWELL, Harriett/HOWELL, Lucy. Locations: Richland District /Columbia/Congaree River/Broad River.
Other than capitalized surnames, the following is a faithful copy of photographs of typed pages of the work of Saluda REESE, cited by Edwin L. Green as resource material in writing "A History of Richland County South Carolina". The original pages are in the South Carolina Archives. Carol Busto of Ashland, Virginia graciously provided photocopies to Robert Louis Daniell:
(Cover Page) Will Of Jesse Malachi HOWELL//Died 1835//1st Wife Martha TAYLOR, died 1812//Daughter of James TAYLOR//2nd Wife Martha (nee HOWELL) HOWELL//Died 1851//(She was cousin to her husband)
WILL OF JESSE M. HOWELL, Will Book K. Richland County, 1787-1853. Box 15-Package 354. South Carolina, District Richland: In the name of God Amen. I, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, of the District and state aforesaid, planter, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and form following, that is to say, I give devise and bequeath unto Wade HAMPTON the younger and benjamin (sic) F. TAYLOR and to the survivors of them, and to the Executors, but if there be none then to the heirs of each Survivor the whole of my Estate real and personal of what nature or kind so ever it may be, which I shall be possessed of, interested in, or entitled unto at the time of my death -in trust, nevertheless and to and for the uses intents and purposes hereinafter expressed of and concerning the same and none other whatever, that is to say, In trust to pay all my just debts; and upon the further trust out of any money in their hands pay an annuity or yearly sum of one Thousand Dollars dear of all taxes or deductions whatever into the proper hands of my dearly beloved wife for and during the term of her life so long as she lives sole and unmarried in adition to the further provision hereinafter made for my said wife: and upon the further that from and immediately after my decease my said Trustees shall purchase a small tract of land in a healthy situation near Columbia and assign the same to my said wife to be held for the same term and on the same condition as are annexed to the bequeast of the annuity, and that my said Trustees shall cause to be built thereon a comfortable dwelling house for the residence of my wife and her children with all requisite out buildings, fences, ect., or if a suitable place cannot be purchased, , or my said Trustees shall think it more advantegeos (sic) to my estate to lease that in such case they shall lease such a tract (Page 2) of land with a comfortable dwelling house and out buildings thereon for a term of years renewable during the life of widowhood of my said wife; and to be assigned to her as aforesaid. And upon the further trust that the said Trustees shall assign and deliver to my said wife for and during the term aforesaid the following slaves to wit: Nancy, the cook, Lissa of Christian, Sarah, Anna, Virginia, Charles, Billy & Peggy and old Christian----- And my carriage and horses, and the whole of my house hold and kitchen furniture and utensils, beds, bedding, table linen, china and earthen ware and jewelry of what nature or kindsoever: and it is my will that from and immediately after the death or marriage of my said wife the said annuity shall cease, and the land, houses, goods, and chattwls (sic), hereby devised and bequeathed to her shall sink into, and become part of the residue of my said real and personal estate, and be held and possessed by my said trustees, Colonel Wade HAMPTON and Benj. F. TAYLOR, of (or?) the Survivors of them, or the Executors or heir of each survivor upon the trusts to and for the intents and purposes herein declared concerning the rest and residue of my real and personal estate devised and bequeathed in trust for my children. And it is my will and I do hereby direct that my said Trustees do sell the whole of my personal estate (not herein bequeathed to my wife and daughter Mary) at public auction for the best price that can be got for same, upon a credit of one, two, three, and four years, taking bon (sic) and mortgages, with interest from the day of sale payable annually, and personal security from the several purchases to secure the paymen (sic) of the purchase money. It is my desire that my Trustees before named will use their discretion as to the most favorable period to make sal (sic) of my said personal estate, and also as to the place of sale, for whi (sic) purpose they are hereby invested with power to remove the negros in any part of the United States or the Territories thereof. And it is (Page 3) further my will and desire that as soon as my children arrive at the age of twenty-one years or marry that the said Trustees shall divide my personal estate into as many parts as I shall have children whether now born of hereafter to be born (Mrs. Martha S. MEANS excepted) who shall be living at the time of my death, or having died shall have left issue one of those parts or shares to each of my sons who shall then be living, as they shall attain twenty-one years of age, absolutely; and that the said Trustees shall permit each of my daughters Mary HOWELL, Epps Goodwyn HOWELL, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Harriette HOWELL and Lucy HOWELL and Grace who shall be then living, upon their respectively attaining the age of twenty-one years or marrying to take, have and receive, the annual interest of of (sic) one of the said parts or shares yearly during their natural lives and upon the death of any of my daughters last named, leaving lawful issue alive at the time after death, I desire that my said Trustees do assign one of the said parts or shares to such lawful issue absolutely, share and share alike, as such issue shall respectively arrive at the age of twenty one or marry, without further trust or condition, and if any of my daughters last named should die without having lawful issue at the time of her death, it is my will and desire that the share of the said personal estate, of which she was permitted to receive the interest during her life shall be divided among her surviving brothers and sisters (Mrs Martha S. MEANS Excepted) and the issue of such as may have died before her, share and share alike, but such issue taking among them the share to which their parent would have been entitled, and it is further my will and desire , that the share to which my daughter Mary HOWELL will be entitled shall remain in the hands of the said Trustees until one of my sons shall attain the age of twenty one years, upon the occurance (Page 4) of which event my said son shall receive the share of his said sister (plural s lined out), Mary HOWELL for her; and upon death of such son, the next who shall attain twenty-one years shall succeed his brother in the said trust; and I confide the case of my said daughter to the duty and affection of her said brothers: And upon the death of my said daughter Mary HOWELL I bequeath her share (the provision in a preceeding clause to the contrary notwithstanding) to my sons who shall be at that time alive, and to the issue of such as shall be dead, they taking among them their parents share I reserve however a right to my daughter Mary HOWELL to give by will or otherwise a small legacy or token of remembrance to either or all of her sisters then alive not to exceed one hundred dollars each. And it is further my will and desire and I do hereby direct that the two plantations or tracts of land which I derived by purchase from James TAYLOR and Jesse P. TAYLOR, bounded by the Congaree River and by the lands of Wade HAMPTON Jr., Thomas HEATH and John THREEWITS be conveyed by the said Trustees in fee simple to my sons William HOWELL and Malachi HOWELL, and that possession thereof be delivered to them when the first shall have attained twenty one years of age and it is my will and desire that if the said plantations or tracts of land shall be of greater value than one half of the whol (sic) real estate I shall be possessed of at my death, that my said sons shall pay in one two three and four equal annual instalments (sic) which shall be at interest as they respectively become due the difference in value to my daughters Mary HOWELL, Epps Goodwyn HOWELL, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Grace HOWELL, Harriett (sic) and Lucy HOWELL, and if the said plantation shall be of less value than one half of the said real estate, that the difference shall be made up in like manner to my said sons by their said sisters. And it is further my will and desire that if another (Page 5) son shall at any time hereafter be born unto me, my said Trustees shall convey in fee simple to such son and to my sons Wm. HOWELL and Malachi HOWELL before mentioned - the said tracts of land which I derived from James TAYLOR and Jess P. TAYLOR and also as much more of my real estate as will make their joint share equal to five ninths of my said real estate in value-- And as to the remainder of my real estate, - it is my will and desire and I do hereby direct that the said Trustees shall permit my daughters now born or hereafter to be born (Mrs. Martha S. MEANS excepted.) to take and receive among them in equal shares the rents and profits thereof during their lives; and immediately after the death of any one of my said daughters, leaving issue alive at the time of her death it is my will and desire that the said Trustees convey to such issue, in fee simple, share and share alike such portion or share of the said remainder, of any real estate an their mother would have been entitled to, and the said remainder of my real estate been directed to be equally divided among my daughters aforesaid; and it is my desire that they be put in possession thereof as they respectively attain twenty one years of age or marry. But if any one of my daughters (Mrs. Martha S. MEANS excepted) shall die without leaving issue alive at the time of her death, it is my will and desire that share of the daughter dying without issue shall sink into the said remainder of my real estate above bequeathed to my daughters and be subject to the provisions herein made in relation to the same. But if so many of my daughters shall die without leaving issue alive at the time of their deaths as will make the shares of the survivors in my real estate respectively greater than the respective shares above allotted to my sons in that event it is my will and desire that the share of a daughter dying without leaving issue alive at the time afer death shall be divided equally among my then surviving sons and daughters (Mrs.(Page 6) M. S. MEANS excepted) and the issue of any that shall have died leaving issue they taking among them their parents share - And if it so happens that all my daughters shall die without leaving issue alive at the time of their deaths, it is my will and desire that the portion of the real estate intended by the will for my said daughters shall be conveyed in fee simple to my said Trustees to my sons then surviving, and the issue, of any that shall have died, such issues taking among them a parents share But upon the death of my daughter Mary HOWELL without leaving issue alive at the time of her death, I devise and bequeath the interest in the remainder of my real estate above secured to her by my sons then living, and to the issue of anyone that may then be dead, such issue taking among themselves to be divided equally, share and share alike their parents parts. And it is further my will and desire that in case of the death of any one of my children aforesaid before they arrive at the age of twenty-one years or without leaving lawful issue alive at the time of their death that the share or interest of such child or children Shall be divided and apportioned among my surviving children (Mrs. Martha S. MEANS excepted) as in herein before directed. And it is my will and desire that if all my sons , or all my daughters (excepting Mrs. M. S. MEANS) should happen to die without leaving lawful issue alive at the time of their death, that my surviving sons or my surviving daughters as the case may be (Mrs. M. S. MEANS excepted) shall be entitled to, and receive the whole of my estate real and personal, and my Trustees shall convey to them in the same upon the same terms, and in the same manner, and with the like limitations and restrictions as are hereinbefore directed concerning the shares or interests of my sons or daughters in the same. I give and bequeath to (Page 7) my daughter Martha Sarah MEANS the sum of ten Dollars---This bequest is made and is intended to be in lieu and bar of all claims she may have against my estate and in lieu of all her rights and interests in my estate as one of my children and heir at law. And to avoid as much as possible any recourse to law concerning the partition or division of my said estate, I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint the said Wade HAMPTON the younger and Benjamin TAYLOR, or the survivors of them, and the executors of such survivor, and if there be no Executors, or they shall die then the heir of such survivor, being of the age of twenty one years to make all divisions or appraisements of my said estate, or any part thereof in all cases in which divisions or appraisements may be necessary to carry into effect the provisions of this Will. And it is further my will and desire, and I do hereby direct that every interest benefit and advantage hereby devised and bequeathed or reserved to and for the use of my daughters or any of them, shall in case they or either of them intermarry with a Foreigner, or who is not a native born citizen of the United States of America or of the Territories thereof sink into the residue of my estate, and be divided and distributed in the same manner as if such daughter or daughters had died under the age of twenty-one years, or without leaving lawful issue alive at the time of their death; such forfeiture being confined to the daughter or daughter who shall marry as aforesaid. And it is further my will and desire and I do hereby direct from time to time as money may come into the hands of my executors from the sales of my estate hereby directed to be made or from the sale of any crop or crops at the period of my decrease or from outstanding debts or otherwise however, after providing for the payment of my just debts and defraying the necessary expenses of the maintenance and education of (Page 8) my children, which I wish to be liberal and extensive, that the same be laid out and invested in Bank Stock or other good public securities of the United States of America of of (sic) this State as will be most beneficial for my said children, my daughter Mrs. M. S. Means however not being intended to be embraced in this provision. It is further my will and desire, and I do hereby direct that the provision made for my said wife by this will shall be and be taken in lieu and bar off all claim and dower to any part of my estate. And it is further my will and desire that my daughter Mary shall have and receive the following negros to wit: Yellow John, Mary, his wife; Frederick, Jane, Eliza, Napery and their future issue and increase of the females upon the same terms and conditions and with the like limitations as are prescribed in the clauses of this will where provision is made for her out of my personal estate. I desire wherever the word issue occurs in this will it shall be understood to mean legitimate issue. And I hereby nominate constitute and appoint my friends Colonel Wade HAMPTON and Benjamin F. TAYLOR Executors of this my last Will and testament, and Guardians of my children with as full power to act for them, as if they had been appointed such Guardians under the authority of any Court of this State. And I hereby revoke all Wills by me heretofore made, and declare this to be my last Will and testament written upon three sheets of paper upon each of which my name is sihned (sic) in my proper hand In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this twenty first day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty four. J. M. HOWELL (L. S.)
signed, sealed, published and declared, by the Testator Jesse M. HOWELL, to be his last Will and testament, in our presence who in his presence and at his request have hereunto subscribed our names (Page 9) as witnesses: the following alterations having been made by the Testator before signing the same to wit: the words then living" in the 38th line of 1st page erased an an interlineatin made between that and the 39th line - and on the second page - terlineations (sic) between the 22nd and 23rd line: between the 24th and 25th: the 37th and 38 and 39th; and the 43d and 44th: - the whole 39 line having been erased and part of the 38 and 40th. W. F. DeSAUSSURE, Samuel I. BYERS, Alester GARDEN.
State of South Carolina Richland District - Before me personally appeared Wm. F. DeSAUSSURE Esq, who being duly sworn did make oath that he saw Jesse M. HOWELL sign and publish and declare this written instrument of writing, to be his last Will and Testament, that he was then of sound and disposing memory, according to the best of this Deponents knowledge and belief, and that he with Samuel BYERS and Alester GARDEN at the request of the Testator in his presence and in the presence of each other witnessed the due execution thereof. Sworn to before me 27 Feb 1735 (sic, no doubt 1835. RLD) James S. GUIGNARD Ordinary Recorded in Will Book L Page #32 Box 23 - Package 571 4476


General Notes: Wife - Martha HOWELL

Martha HOWELL, born cir 1789, was the daughter of John and Mary HOWELL. She was named for her deceased sister, Martha, born in 1779, died in 1789. Her mother's maiden name is not known.
Martha married Jesse Malachi HOWELL before 1819 when their first child was born. Martha was Jesse's second wife and his first cousin, once removed. Thomas and Grace HOWELL of Craven County were their common ancestors.
Saluda Reese, whose research is referenced by Edwin L. Green in "A History of Richland County", typed this cover page for Jesse M. HOWELL's Will: "Will Of Jesse Malachi Howell//Died 1835//1st Wife Martha Taylor, died 1812//Daughter of James Taylor//2nd Wife Martha (nee Howell) Howell//Died 1851//(She was cousin to her husband)"Her dates of birth and death correspond to the age at death of Jesse's widow in 1851. Also indicating that Martha, daughter of John HOWELL (Sr.) married Jesse M. HOWELL. (Note: Green wrote that Jesse's second wife was Martha, niece of Martha TAYLOR.)
Elizabeth Pitts posted at GenForum this referenced information showing John HOWELL (Jr.)'s sister, Martha, as wife of Jesse M. HOWELL: "Mrs. Margaret BLAKE Sister of John James HAIG Richland Eq. Roll 69 Margaret's Children: Martha m. William Washington -Margaret m. Rev. Dr. BOWEN - Edward BLAKE - John Haig BLAKE with note see Card John J. HAIG 1818 which was: John Haig BLAKE w Elizabeth Howell BLAKE formerly GOODWYN and Elizabeth D. HOWELL -- heirs of Malachi HOWELL vs. Est of John HOWELL His mother: Grace HOWELL Bros and Sis Mary, w/o John A. REESE Elizabeth w/o Timothy REESE Sally REESE Martha w/o Jesse M. HOWELL Richland Eq. Roll 267-290 Filed 3 Feb 1827 Then, on page 239 Nathaniel BOWEL m. Margaret BLAKE, dau of Margaret BLAKE, Sr., Richland Eq Bills 137, 1817." (Elizabeth Pitts </cgi-genforum/email.cgi?89786841).
Grace HOWELL, daughter of John HOWELL (Sr.) and sister of Martha, in her will of 1835 named her sisters, Elizabeth REESE, Mary REESE and Sarah REESE, by their married surnames, and Martha HOWELL, also providing that Martha's maiden and married surname were the same.
Some say Jesse Malachi HOWELL was married second to Martha, "a niece of Martha TAYLOR", before 1819 when their first child was born, however, no niece of Martha TAYLOR who fits the given age of Jesse M.'s widow, born circa 1789, has been proven. "Martha TAYLOR, birth date not found, died 15 September 1851. She is the second wife of Jesse HOWELL and is the niece of his first wife." (unattributed) The 27 July 1850 U.S. Census of Richland District shows the household of Martha HOWELL, widow of Jesse Malachi HOWELL, and gives her age as 62, born then about 1788. The names of her children living with her proves her identity. James and Sarah TAYLOR had seven children, of whom two, Mary D., born about 1773 and Jesse, b. 1774, might have had a daughter Martha circa 1789, but no family has yet been found for either. James TAYLOR, Jr. married Margaret HIRONS and had a daughter Martha, b. Abt 1802, too young to be Martha HOWELL, widow, aged 62 in 1850. The age difference is reinforced by the newspaper extract which indicates Martha died in Columbia in Oct 1851 at the age of 61, born then about 1790.
SPECULATION: Edwin L. Green's work, above, states Jesse's second wife, Martha, was the niece of his first wife. Saluda Reese's typed cover page for Jesse Malachi's Will states "2nd Wife Martha (nee HOWELL) HOWELL Died 1851 (She was cousin to her husband)" Lastly, the descendant chart for "John (Thomas) HOWELL", died before 3 Aug 1760, from Carol Busto of Virginia indicates that Martha HOWELL was the second wife and widow of Jesse Malachi HOWELL of Richland District, SC. The source for this chart was the work of Saluda Reese. Also in it, John HOWELL, Sr., father of Martha born about 1789, was at his death married to Mary, maiden name not found. Martha TAYLOR had a sister Mary D., no husband assigned. If it is ever proven that Mary D. TAYLOR married John HOWELL, (not proven), and was mother of Martha, then Martha HOWELL would be both niece to Martha and Patience TAYLOR, and a first cousin to Jesse Malachi, making both positions above true. Current information does not show Martha and Patience to be related to Jesse Malachi other than by marriage. Again, any assistance confirming Jesse Malachi's marriages would be greatly appreciated. RLD)
Jesse died in 1835, leaving Martha HOWELL a very wealthy widow. She is named as head of household in the 27 July 1850 U.S. Census of Richland District, her age given as 62, indicating her birth about 1788, with real estate owned valued at $20,000.
[NOTE: Quote: "Martha TAYLOR, birth date not found, died 15 September 1851. She is the second wife of Jesse HOWELL and is the niece of his first wife. (Betty V. Howell)" This appears to be in error. The 27 July 1850 U.S. Census of Richland District shows the household of Martha HOWELL, widow of Jesse Malachi HOWELL, and gives her age as 62, born then about 1788. Her children, living with her, proves her to be widow of Jesse Malachi. This makes her too old to be the niece of Patience TAYLOR, Jesse's first wife, but does indicate that this Martha TAYLOR was the sister of Patience, and daughter of Capt. James TAYLOR, Sr., and Sarah DANIELL. James and Sarah had two sons, Jesse, b. 1774, and James, Jr., b. 1777. No family has been found for Jesse; James, Jr. married Margaret HIRONS and had a daughter Martha, b. Abt 1802, too young to be Martha HOWELL, widow of Jesse Malachi. The age difference is reinforced by the following newspaper extract which indicates Martha was born about 1790. RLD]
Marriage and Death Notices from Columbia, South Carolina Newspapers, 1838-1860 Palmetto-State Banner, Issue of October 7, 1851, page 291, Marriages & Deaths, Columbia, SC Newspapers, 1838-1860, p. 292: "The grave has just closed over the mortal remains of Mrs. Martha Howell, relict of the late Jesse M. Howell, of this District. She expired at her residence, near Columbia, on the 26th ult., in the 61st year of her age.…"
SC Archives: Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0023 Frame: 00260 item: 00 Date: 1851 C. Description: HOWELL, Martha of Richland District, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book L, Page 145; Estate Packet: Box 46, Pkg 1128) (2 FRAMES). Names Indexed: HOWELL, Martha/HOWELL, Jesse Malachi [Note: Son. RLD]/Ridgeway (plantation)/Bob (slave)/Emanuel (slave)/Ned (slave)/Candis (slave)/Mary (slave)/Wade (slave)/June (slave)/HOWELL, Jesse [Note: Daughter. RLD] /WALLACE, John/ADAMS, Ann E./MOORE, John A./HOWELL, Grace/FISHER, John Locations: Richland District. Edwin L. Green in his "History of Richland County", p. 328, reflects the above, showing "Sons: Jesse M. ...and William. Dau.: Jesse and Grace."
PROBATE: Will Bk. "L" Pg. 145 Sept. 15, 1851. She lists only two children. Son: Jesse M.-given place called "Ridgeway", 18 ac. on Camden Road adjoining her place. Sold in 1874 to Col. John HASKILL. Daughter: Grace HOWELL. Wit: Jno. WALLACE, Ann E. ADAMS, John A. MOORE. Ex: Dr. John FISHER. (Betty V. Howell)


Notes: Marriage

Based on date of Patience's death.


General Notes: Child - Epps Goodwyn HOWELL

Obituary: "Mrs. TREZEVANT, wife of Dr. D. H. TREZEVANT, died in Col'a So. Ca. May 2'd, 1862. Consumption." [http://genealogytrails.com/scar/richland/obituaries1861-1862.htm]


General Notes: Child - Jesse M. HOWELL

Jesse M. HOWELL, female, 26, is listed in the 27 July 1850 census of Richland District in the household of Martha Taylor HOWELL, widow of Jesse Malachi HOWELL. Her age indicates she was born about 1824.
The LW&T of "(Miss) Jesse M. HOWELL. June 8, 1857 - August 17, 1857." is noted in the "History of Richland County", page 341, as in Book L, page 404, and indexes the names in her will as "Wit: Ann E. ADAMS, W. H. TALLEY, E. J. ARTHUR. Bro: Jesse Malachi. Sister: Grace."


General Notes: Child - Grace HOWELL

Grace HOWELL, female, 23, is listed in the household of Martha Howell in the 27 July 1850 census of Richland District, showing that she was born about 1827.
"Miss Grace HOWELL (sister of Mrs. Dr. TREZEVANT, dec'd, and daughter of Jesse HOWELL, dec'd, of Richland Fork) died near Columbia, So. Ca. Novr 6th, 1862 of consumption."
Grace's LW&T, as absracted in the SC Archives - Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0023 Frame: 00738 item: 00 Date: 1863 C. Description: HOWELL, Grace of Richland District, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book L, Page 569; Estate Packet: Box 47, Pkg 1158) (2 Frames). Names Indexed: HOWELL, Grace/HOWELL, Jesse Malachi/FISHER, John/WALLACE, William/BEDON, Josiah/TALLEY, W. H./Locations: Richland District.
There is no record of Grace being married and her LW&T is made in her maiden name..


General Notes: Child - Harriet HOWELL

Harriet HOWELL, female, 21, is listed in the household of Martha Howell in the 27 July 1850 census of Richland District, showing that she was born about 1829.
The LW&T of Harriet HOWELL, in the SC Archives as abstracted: Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0023 Frame: 00221 item: 00 Date: 1850 C. Description: HOWELL, Harriet of Richland District, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book L, Page 117; Estate Packet: Box 45, Pkg 1125) (2 Frames). Names Indexed: HOWELL, Harriet/FISHER, John/HOWELL, William/HOWELL, Martha/TREZVANT, Mrs.. Epps G./HOWELL, Jesse Malachi/HOWELL, Grace/GOODWYN, William S./WALLACE, John/ARTHUR, Edward J./Locations: Richland District.
Another version: Will Book L. "Page 117. Harriette HOWELL. June 18, 1850-September 18, 1850. Wit.: W. S. GOODWYN, Jno. WALLACE, E. J. ARTHUR. Ex.: Dr. John FISHER. Mother: Martha HOWELL. Bro.: William and Jesse Malachi. Sisters: Epps G. TREZVANT, Jesse M., Grace." ("History of Richland County", p. 327, Green)
Because her will is in her maiden name, it is unlikely that she married.


General Notes: Child - William HOWELL

William HOWELL, male, 20, a student, is listed in the household of Martha Howell in the 27 July 1850 census of Richland District, showing that he was born about 1830.

"William HOWELL, a native of Richland District, and son of Jesse HOWELL, dec'd, died near Columbia, S. C. Oct 14, 1864, Typhoid Fever." [http://genealogytrails.com/scar/richland/obituaries1862-1865.htm]

William HOWELL's LW&T as abstracted in the SC Archives - Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0023 Frame: 00829 item: 00 Date: 1864 C. Description: HOWELL, William of Richland District, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book L, Page 613; Estate Packet: Box 47, Pkg 1166) (2 Frames). Names Indexed: HOWELL, William/HOWELL, Jesse Malachi/TREZVANT, William Howell/TREZVANT, MRS. Epps G./TREZVANT, D. H./DENT, John B./DESAUSSURE, W. F./ARTHUR, E. J./HOWELL, Grace/Locations: Richland District. This is expanded on by the abstract in "History of Richland County" on page 358: "Page 613. William HOWELL. February 22, 1861-October 18, 1864. Ex.:Dr. D. H. TREZEVANT. Bro.: Jesse M. Nephew: Wm. Howell TREZEVANT. Sister: Epps G., m. Dr. D. H. TREZEVANT." 4587


General Notes: Child - Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Jr.

Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Jr., male, 19, a planter, is listed in the household of Martha Howell in the 27 July 1850 census of Richland District, showing that he was born about 1831.
Jesse Malachi is named as a brother in the 1857 LW&T of his older sister with the same name, Jesse M. HOWELL. SC Archives -Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0023 Frame: 00501 item: 00 Date: 1857 C. Description: HOWELL, Jesse M. of Richland District, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book L, PAGE 404; Estate Packet: Box 75, Pkg 1861) (2 FRAMES). Names Indexed: HOWELL, Jesse M./HOWELL, Grace/HOWELL, Jesse Malachi/FISHER, John/ADAMS, Ann E./TALLEY, W. H./ARTHUR, E. J./ Locations: Richland District. This will is noted by Green in "History of Richland County" as being the will of "(Miss) Jesse M. HOWELL."
Jesse Malachi is also mentioned in the 1863 LW&T of his sister Grace HOWELL. He is the only HOWELL indexed in her will.
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Rev. Josiah DuBose HUGGINS and Jessie L. HOWELL




Husband Rev. Josiah DuBose HUGGINS

         Born: 10 Jun 1856
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 Aug 1918
       Buried:  - Crooked Run Baptist Church Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina
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Wife Jessie L. HOWELL 792

         Born: 4 Nov 1859 - Richland County, South Carolina 792
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 Apr 1934 - Clarendon County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Crooked Run Baptist Church Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina


       Father: 1st Sgt. Joseph Reese HOWELL, CSA (1825-1903) 791,792
       Mother: Sarah Sophia (1828-1882) 792




Children
1 F Jessie HUGGINS

         Born: 12 Dec 1896
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 Jul 1906
       Buried:  - Crooked Run Baptist Church Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina




General Notes: Husband - Rev. Josiah DuBose HUGGINS

Find A Grave Memorial# 73498842


General Notes: Wife - Jessie L. HOWELL

Jessie Howell Huggins, 4 November 1859 in Richland County, South Carolina, died 25 April 1934 in Manning, Clarendon County, South Carolina at age 74. She was the widow of Rev. J. D. Huggins, and a daughter of Joseph R. Howell and Sophia Whitehead. Jessie's father was born in Richland County, South Carolina; her mother in Clarendon County, South Carolina. Informant was J. K. Breeden of Manning, South Carolina. Interment in Crooked Run cemetery on 26 April 1934. ["South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1943," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N96B-YYN : accessed 20 Apr 2014), Jessie Howell Huggins, 25 Apr 1934; citing Manning, Clarendon, South Carolina, fn 5399, Department of Archives and History, State Records Center, Columbia; FHL microfilm 1943802.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 73498883


General Notes: Child - Jessie HUGGINS

Find A Grave Memorial# 74220798
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John HOWELL




Husband John HOWELL 792

         Born: Abt 1853 - South Carolina 792
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: 1st Sgt. Joseph Reese HOWELL, CSA (1825-1903) 791,792
       Mother: Sarah Sophia (1828-1882) 792





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John HOWELL




Husband John HOWELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Buried: 


       Father: Arthur HOWELL (      -Bef 1753)
       Mother: Sarah (      -After 1752)





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General Notes: Husband - John HOWELL

John is named as a son in the Will of his father, Arthur HOWELL in 1752.
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John HOWELL, Jr.




Husband John HOWELL, Jr. 791,1431

         Born: Sep 1784
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         Died: 3 Oct 1825
       Buried: 


       Father: John HOWELL (Cir 1757-      ) 791
       Mother: Mary (Cir 1757-      ) 791,1431





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General Notes: Husband - John HOWELL, Jr.

Abstract from Will Book H, : "No. 367. John HOWELL. Citation, November 11, 1825. Son of Mary HOWELL, bro. of Grace HOWELL. Planted Cabin Branch Plantation with them. Furniture at Mill Creek."
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John HOWELL




Husband John HOWELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Arthur HOWELL, Jr. (      -Cir 1792)
       Mother: Mary





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General Notes: Husband - John HOWELL

John HOWELL is named in the 1792 Will of his father, Arthur HOWELL (Jr.).
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John HOWELL and Patience TAYLOR




Husband John HOWELL 4120

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     Marriage: Cir 1800



Wife Patience TAYLOR

         Born: 4 Oct 1781 - Richland County, South Carolina
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         Died: 12 Apr 1811
       Buried: 


       Father: Capt. James TAYLOR, Sr., RS-SC (Cir 1745-1806) 1237,1438,3339
       Mother: Sarah DANIELL (1756-1793) 886,3339




Children

General Notes: Wife - Patience TAYLOR

Patience TAYLOR was the daughter of Capt. James TAYLOR and Sarah DANIELL. Patience is listed as being born on 4 Oct 1781 or 18 Jan 1784 and died 12 Apr 1811. She is tentatively assigned as the wife of John HOWELL. John HOWELL, Jr. was born 1784 in Craven County and died 1825 in Richland District. A family has not been found for him. An abstract of his citation in Will Book H, p. 367, does not name a wife or children, providing only "Son of Mary HOWELL, bro. of Grace HOWELL. Planted Cabin Branch Plantation with them. Furniture at Mill Creek."
Patience's sister, Martha TAYLOR, is tentatively assigned as the first wife of Jesse Malachi HOWELL.
CONFLICTING INFORMATION exists not only on Patience's birth date but also on who was her husband. 18 Jan 1784 is also the date given for the birth of her sister, Martha. Details about these sisters are being shared between them. Both Patience and Martha TAYLOR are said to have been the first wife of Jesse Malachi HOWELL, married circa 1805. Henry L. Hall's THE TAYLOR FAMILY OF RICHLAND COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINA AN IMPORTANT PIONEER FAMILY IN THE HISTORY OF COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA: "(35) 6. Patience TAYLOR (18 January 1784-12 April 1811) married John Howell."; however, an Ancestry.com file provides "Patience TAYLOR Born Marriage 1 Spouse Jesse Malachi HOWELL Married [no date]." Edwin L. Green in "A History of Richland County" writes: "Malachi and Martha Epps HOWELL had a son, Jesse Malachi HOWELL, who married Martha, daughter of James TAYLOR, then her niece Martha, the latter surviving him after his death at the beginning of 1835." Other sources say Martha TAYLOR (died 1812) married Jesse Malachi HOWELL (died 1835).
Regardless which, Jesse Malachi HOWELL and his first wife had two children, James Malachi HOWELL, who died young, and Martha Sarah HOWELL, born 12 April 1811, who married William Burney MEANS. Martha Sarah's mother apparently died giving birth to her.
(QUESTION: Are two Patience HOWELLs, each married to a John HOWELL in different time frames, being confused here as well? Carol Busto provided a Descendant Chart on the HOWELL family showing a Patience TAYLOR who married John HOWELL, d. 1777, son of Arthur and Sarah HOWELL. This would NOT be Patience, the daughter of James and Sarah Daniell TAYLOR, who was born after 1780. RLD)
Any assistance on confirming these marriages would be greatly appreciated.

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John R. HOWELL, Sr. and Sarah Howell REESE




Husband John R. HOWELL, Sr. 791

         Born: 4 Sep 1798
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 Mar 1829
       Buried:  - Cabin Branch Cemetery
     Marriage: 3 Feb 1824 791



Wife Sarah Howell REESE 791,792

         Born: 24 Mar 1798 - Richland District, South Carolina 792
   Christened: 
         Died: 1868
       Buried:  - Crooked Run Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina


       Father: Joseph REESE, Jr. (1764-1805) 1432
       Mother: Sarah HOWELL (1774-1845) 791




Children
1 M 1st Sgt. Joseph Reese HOWELL, CSA 791,792

         Born: 29 Jul 1825 - Richland County, South Carolina 792
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 Dec 1903 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Crooked Run Cemetery
       Spouse: Sarah Sophia (1828-1882) 792
         Marr: Abt 1846


2 M John R. HOWELL, Jr. 791,792

         Born: 28 Jul 1826 - Richland County, South Carolina 792
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Emma G. (Abt 1834-      ) 792



General Notes: Wife - Sarah Howell REESE

Is this Sarah HOWELL, the widow of John R. HOWELL, mentioned by Grace HOWELL, d. 1835-6, as her niece?


General Notes: Child - 1st Sgt. Joseph Reese HOWELL, CSA

"Joseph Reese Howell served in the Confederate States Army. Enrolled by Capt Waites at Camp Ripley on Sep 20, 1861. He was 1st Sgt, B. Co,. 3rd Battalion, SC Light Artillery (Whites Bn). He was on Morris Island when the first shots of the Civil War were fired. He moved to Fairfield, SC around 1858. He later to moved to Georgia." 791


General Notes: Child - John R. HOWELL, Jr.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1227 Page: 70: 147 147 John R. HOWELL 33 M 6000 3500 SC; Emma G. " 26 F SC; Joseph R. " 35 M SC [brother]; Sarah S. ' 32 F SC; Mary M. " 12 SC; John I(?). " 7 SC; Jessie L. " 9/12 F SC; Sarah H. " 62 F SC [mother].
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Joseph HOWELL




Husband Joseph HOWELL 791

         Born: Cir 1763
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       Father: Robert HOWELL (Cir 1744-Bef 1804) 791
       Mother: Mary (      -Bef 1826) 791





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Julia HOWELL




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Wife Julia HOWELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Clark HOWELL, Sr. (1863-1936)
       Mother: Harriet BARRETT (Cir 1863-Bef 1900)




Children

General Notes: Wife - Julia HOWELL

Died at age 16.
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Julian HOWELL




Husband Julian HOWELL 2583,3811

         Born: 4 Aug 1908 3811
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       Father: Clark HOWELL, Sr. (1863-1936) 981
       Mother: Annie COMER (Abt 1871-      ) 2583,2584





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Lucy HOWELL




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Wife Lucy HOWELL 3515

         Born: Abt 1831 - South Carolina
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       Father: Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. (Abt 1775-1835) 933
       Mother: Martha HOWELL (Cir 1789-1851) 791




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Henry TYSON and Margaret HOWELL




Husband Henry TYSON 1048

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       Father: TYSON (      -      )
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Wife Margaret HOWELL 1048

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         Died: Bef 3 Jul 1836 1047
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       Father: Matthew HOWELL (      -1801) 1281
       Mother: Margaret (      -      ) 1283




Children
1 F Margaret Howell TYSON 1047

         Born: Bef Jun 1827
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General Notes: Husband - Henry TYSON

From Carol Busto.


General Notes: Wife - Margaret HOWELL

Margaret is named as wife of TYSON in the 1816 Will of her mother Margaret HOWELL. She is "deceased and left daughter Margaret H. TYSON" in the 1836 Inventory of her brother, Arthur HOWELL.


General Notes: Child - Margaret Howell TYSON

Margaret Howell TYSON was born before June 1827 when she was named in the LW&T of her Uncle Mason B. TYSON. (History of Richland County, Edwin L. Green, page 290)
She was later named in the 1836 Inventory of her uncle, Arthur HOWELL.
These two records indicate that Mason B. was the brother of Margaret's father, Henry TYSON, and that Arthur HOWELL was the brother of Margaret's mother, Margaret HOWELL.


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Colonel William Burney MEANS and Martha Sarah HOWELL




Husband Colonel William Burney MEANS

         Born: 5 Nov 1807 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 Sep 1857 - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Episcopal Church Cemetery, DeSoto Parish, Louisiana


       Father: Thomas MEANS (1767-1828)
       Mother: Sarah MILLING (1773-1816)


     Marriage: 24 May 1831 - Fairfield County, South Carolina



Wife Martha Sarah HOWELL 59

         Born: 12 Apr 1811 - Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 Apr 1873 - Roseneath Plantation, Gloster, DeSoto Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 


       Father: Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. (Abt 1775-1835) 933
       Mother: Martha TAYLOR (1784-Cir 1811)




Children
1 F Martha Sarah MEANS

         Born: 17 Aug 1832 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 Sep 1832 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Means Cemetery



2 M William Burney MEANS, Jr.

         Born: 29 Aug 1833 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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3 M James Taylor MEANS 59

         Born: 22 Jun 1835 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 Dec 1908 - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ida August HOGAN (1843-1880) 59
         Marr: 20 Mar 1860 - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana


4 M Thomas Taylor MEANS

         Born: 26 Oct 1838 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 Aug 1839
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5 M Sgt Julius Howell MEANS, CSA 59

         Born: 29 Jan 1840 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 Jul 1862 - Richmond, Virginia
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6 M Isaac MEANS

         Born: 16 Jun 1841 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 Aug 1841
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7 F Mary Taylor MEANS 59,4210

         Born: 18 May 1845 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 4210
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Mar 1904 - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James Gragg MARSHALL (Abt 1840-      ) 4210
         Marr: 30 Jul 1872 - DeSoto Parish, Louisiana


8 F Maria Marshall MEANS

         Born: 21 Dec 1846 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
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General Notes: Husband - Colonel William Burney MEANS

william Burney Means was born on Buckhead Plantation, Fairfield County, South Carolina. He married Martha Sarah Howell.

William Burney MEANS moved his family from South Carolina to Louisiana some time before 1850 because of the introduction of Johnson grass as told in the quote below.
Gov. John H. MEANS of South Carolina had obtained some "guinea grass" seed from Turkey as early as 1835, which he planted on his plantation, where it became known as Means grass. Gov. MEANS likely was not involved with introducing Johnson grass. His brother, William Burney MEANS, knew and appreciated the species' weedy aspects. Probably because of a major Johnson grass infestation, William Means sold his farm, moved from South Carolina to Louisiana, and encouraged his brother to do likewise. The future governor was tempted, but "the big grass has inspired such a terror that no one will even look at (my place)."

The 1850 slave schedule for DeSoto Parish, Louisiana list Colonel W. B. Means with 80 slaves. ["United States Census (Slave Schedule), 1850 ," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MVZ6-S7B : accessed 20 May 2014), W B Means, De Soto parish, De Soto, Louisiana, United States; citing NARA microfilm publication M432, line number 44, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.; FHL microfilm 443486.]

William is buried in the Episcopal Church Cemetery, Gloster, DeSoto Parish, Louisiana. Find A Grave Memorial# 93015501 lists his birth on Nov. 5, 1807 in South Carolina, and his death on Sep. 4, 1857 in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana. The memorial links to that for his daughter, Mary Means Marshall (1845 - 1904).


General Notes: Wife - Martha Sarah HOWELL

Martha Sarah Taylor HOWELL was born on 12 April 1811, daughter of Jesse Malachi and Martha Taylor HOWELL. Martha died giving birth to Martha Sarah.

Martha Sarah Taylor HOWELL married William Burney MEANS. They removed from South Carolina to Desoto Parish, Louisiana where they lived on Roseneath Plantation. It was listed on the LOUISIANA NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES on Jan. 13, 1989.
Martha Sarah Howell MEANS was specifically excluded from the will of her father, Jesse Malichi HOWELL.

1860 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Desoto Parish, Mansfield P O, 9 July 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 410 Page: 867: 301 320 Martha S. MEANS 49 F W Farming 39,600 109,000 SC; Julian H. " 20 M W No Occ SC; Mary T. " 15 F W SC; (next door) 321 Jas T. MEANS 24 M W Farmer SC; Ida A. " 15 F W AL.

1870 U.S. Census, Louisiana, DeSoto Parish, Wd-2, Keachie P O, 28 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 511 Page: 449: 163 163 MEANS M. S. 59 F W Keeping house SC; -- M. T. 25 3200 3000 SC.


Notes: Marriage

HOWELL Gedcom from John R. Clarke.


General Notes: Child - William Burney MEANS, Jr.

"United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M8QN-S86 : accessed 20 May 2014), William B Means in household of William Bratton, Fairfield county, Fairfield, South Carolina, United States; citing family 558, NARA microfilm publication M432. Affiliate Film Number 852.
William Bratton M 24 South Carolina
John M. Bratton M 19 South Carolina
William B. Means M 17 South Carolina
Christiana Faust F 30 South Carolina


General Notes: Child - James Taylor MEANS

1870 U.S. Census, Louisiana, DeSoto Parish, Wd-2, Kingston P O, 30 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 511 Page: 450: 182 182 MEANS J. T 34 M W Farmer 1200 1500 SC; -- I. A. 26 F W Keeping house AL; -- J. H. 9 M W LA; -- W. B 6 M W LA; -- B. H. M W LA; -- J. T. Jr. 3 M W LA; -- J. C. 1 M W LA.

1880 U.S. Census, Louisiana, DeSoto Parish, 6th Ward; Series: T9 Roll: 452 Page: 179: James T. MEANS Self M Male W 44 SC Farmer SC SC; Ida A. MEANS Wife M Female W 37 AL Keeping House SC NC; Julius H. MEANS Son S Male W 19 LA Works On Farm SC AL; William B. MEANS Son S Male W 17 LA Works On Farm SC AL; Ben H. MEANS Son S Male W 15 LA Works On Farm SC AL; Jas T. MEANS Son S Male W 13 LA Works On Farm SC AL; John C. MEANS Son S Male W 11 LA Works On Farm SC AL; Mary MEANS Dau S Female W 9 LA At School SC AL; Paul D. V. MEANS Son S Male W 7 LA At School SC AL; Thos. K. MEANS Son S Male W 5 LA SC AL; David B. MEANS Son S Male W 4 LA SC AL; Annie MEANS Dau S Female W 2 LA SC AL; Selena FLORES Other M Female W 23 LA Cook LA LA; Sam FLORES Other S Male W 6 LA LA LA; Robert FLORES Other S Male W 4 LA LA LA; Frank FLORES Other S Male W 6M LA LA LA.

1900 Louisiana, DeSoto County, Wd-6, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 563 Page: 202: MEANS James T. Head W M June 1836 63 Wd SC SC SC Farmer-- Tom Son W M April 1874 26 S LA SC SC Farm laborer; -- Dave Son W M Feb 1876 24 S LA SC SC Farmer; -- Sula Dau W F June 1880 19 S LA SC SC House keeper; -- Ida Dau W F June 1880 19 S LA SC SC school teacher.


General Notes: Child - Sgt Julius Howell MEANS, CSA

"Means, Julius H.,Corpl. Sergt. Co. D, 2nd La. Inf. En. May 11, 1861, New Orleans, La. Present on
all Rolls to June, 1862. Promoted to 1st Corpl., Oct. 26, 1861. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Wounded
mortally, at Malvern Hill, July 1. Died July 24, 1862. [Vol. 2, p. 934] "
(Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers & Confederate Commands, - Vol. I-III, Andrew B. Booth, New Orleans, LA:np, 1920, http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ladesoto/second.html)


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Nathan LYON and Martha V. HOWELL




Husband Nathan LYON 704

         Born: Abt 1840 - Alabama 704
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       Father: LYON (      -      )
       Mother: 


     Marriage: Bef 1868



Wife Martha V. HOWELL 372,704

         Born: Abt 1848 - Georgia 372
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       Father: Clark HOWELL (1811-1882) 373
       Mother: Effiah Jane PARK (Abt 1818-1850) 373




Children
1 F Mary V. LYON 704

         Born: Abt 1868 - Georgia 704
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2 F Catherine H. LYON 704

         Born: Abt 1870 - Georgia 704
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3 M Earley E. LYON 704

         Born: Abt 1872 - Georgia 704
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4 M Albert H. LYON 704

         Born: Abt 1876 - Georgia 704
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5 F Anna Lu LYON 704

         Born: Abt 1878 - Georgia 704
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6 M William R. LYON 704

         Born: Nov 1879 - Fulton County, Georgia 704
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General Notes: Husband - Nathan LYON

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Howell's Mill, Casey's Dist; Series: T9 Roll: 147 Page 47: 299 326 LYON Nathan W M 40 M Farmer AL AL SC; -- Martha V. W F 32 Wife M Keeping house GA NC GA; -- Mary V. W F 12 Daughter S At school GA AL GA; -- Kate H. W F 10 Dau S At school GA AL GA; -- Earley E. W M 8 Son S GA AL GA; -- Anna Lu W F 2 Dau S GA AL GA; -- William R. W M 6/12 Nov Son S GA AL GA; -- Albert H. W M 4 Son S GA AL GA; -- Anna D. W F 25 Sister S At home AL AL AL; and four household servants.
Next door are Martha's parents, Clark and Mary HOWELL, living in the home of her sister, Catherine WOODARD.
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Robert WESTON, Jr. and Mary HOWELL




Husband Robert WESTON, Jr. 1446

         Born: Cir 1760
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       Father: Robert WESTON (      -      )
       Mother: 


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary HOWELL 791

         Born: Abt 1760 1445
   Christened: 
         Died: After 3 Aug 1850 1445
       Buried: 


       Father: Robert HOWELL (Cir 1744-Bef 1804) 791
       Mother: Mary (      -Bef 1826) 791




Children
1 F Eliza WESTON 1042

         Born: Cir 1785
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Russell SPANN (Cir 1785-      ) 1042


2 F Maria WESTON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Spouse: Timothy LEE (      -Bef 1822) 1042
       Spouse: WHITE (living)


3 F Sarah WESTON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Spouse: James PATTERSON, RS-SC (living)



General Notes: Husband - Robert WESTON, Jr.

Under Richland County Will Book H: "Page 503. Robert WESTON, Jr. Will, June 30, 1831-December 29, 1833. Wit.: D. J. McCORD, J. W. CLARK, J. M. ROACH. Ex.: Wife, Mary. Daughters: Eliza, m. Russell SPANN (children: Mary R. H. and Robert WESTON); Maria, m. 1st Timothy LEE, 2nd WHITE; Sarah, m. James PATTERSON. (Green's "History of Richland County", p. 299)

Last Will & Testament typescript at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/ViewImage.aspx?imageNumber=S108093002200340000a.jpg&recordId=298540.


General Notes: Wife - Mary HOWELL

Mary HOWELL married Robert WESTON, Jr.
In the 1850 census of Richland County, South Carolina, 3 Aug 1850, Mary WESTON, 90, lives by herself and owns $7,000 in real property. (Series: M432 Roll: 858 Page: 51)


General Notes: Child - Eliza WESTON

Eliza is named as wife of Russell SPANN in the 1831 Will of her father, Robert WESTON, Jr.
Marriage and Obituary Notices from the Columbia Telescope and South-Carolina State Journal (Continued from Vol. 1, p.188.) SCMAR, Vol. II, Winter 1974, No. 1, p. 33 "Died on Thursday, the 24th ult., at her residence in Sumter Dist., in the 21st year of her age, Mrs. Eliza L. Spann, wife of Richard R. Spann, and only daughter of Robert Weston, jun., of Richland District…" Marriage and Obituary Notices from the Columbia Telescope (Continued from Vol. 2, p.34.) (Source: http://sciway3.net/clark/richland/spann.html)


General Notes: Child - Maria WESTON

Maria is named as wife of (1) Timothy LEE and (2) WHITE in the 1831 Will of her father, Robert WESTON, Jr.


General Notes: Child - Sarah WESTON

Eliza is named as wife of James PATTERSON in the 1831 Will of her father, Robert WESTON, Jr.
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Mary HOWELL




Husband (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary HOWELL 3515,4476

         Born: Bef 1819 - South Carolina
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         Died: Bef 1827 - South Carolina
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       Father: Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. (Abt 1775-1835) 933
       Mother: Martha HOWELL (Cir 1789-1851) 791




Children

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Mary HOWELL




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Wife Mary HOWELL

         Born: Abt 1848 - Georgia
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       Father: Clark HOWELL (1811-1882) 373
       Mother: Effiah Jane PARK (Abt 1818-1850) 373




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John Altum REESE and Mary HOWELL




Husband John Altum REESE 1433

         Born: 18 Apr 1779 - South Carolina 1433
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 Mar 1844 1433
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       Father: Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC (Cir 1736-1795) 1437
       Mother: Sarah (      -Bef 1845) 1281


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary HOWELL 791

         Born: 27 Dec 1776
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1844
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       Father: John HOWELL (Cir 1757-      ) 791
       Mother: Mary (Cir 1757-      ) 791,1431




Children
1 M Joseph Ephraim REESE 791,3265

         Born: Cir 1804
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 May 1876 791
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary MARSHALL (      -      ) 791
       Spouse: Mary Martha REESE (1804-1883)
         Marr: Bef 1836 791


2 M Arthur H. REESE 3265

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3 F Mary Howell REESE 3265

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4 F Martha S. REESE 3265

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5 F Grace E. REESE 3265

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       Spouse: John R. BROWN (      -      ) 3265
         Marr: Bef 13 Dec 1843



General Notes: Husband - John Altum REESE

Will abstract, Green's "History of Richland County", p. 320: Will Book L: "Page 41. John A. REESE. December 13, 1843-March 11, 1844. Wit.: Jno. MARSHALL, T. R. HOWELL, Howell EDMUNDS. Ex.: John R. BROWN (son-in-law), A. P. VINSON. Wife: Mary. Sons: Joseph E. REESE (who had daughter Emma G.), Arthur H. Dau.: Mary Howell, Martha S., Gracey E., m. BROWN."


General Notes: Child - Joseph Ephraim REESE

Joseph E. REESE is named in the 1843 Will of his father, John A. REESE.


General Notes: Child - Arthur H. REESE

Arthur H. REESE is named in the 1843 Will of his father, John A. REESE.


General Notes: Child - Mary Howell REESE

Mary Howell REESE is named in the 1843 Will of her father, John A. REESE.


General Notes: Child - Martha S. REESE

Martha S. REESE is named in the 1843 Will of her father, John A. REESE.


General Notes: Child - Grace E. REESE

Gracey E. REESE is named in the 1843 Will of her father, John A. REESE as wife of John R. BROWN.
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Samuel OLIVER and Mary Ann HOWELL




Husband Samuel OLIVER

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef 27 Mar 1842 - Richland District, South Carolina 4245
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1816



Wife Mary Ann HOWELL 1046,1048

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef 1 Apr 1833 - Richland District, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: Matthew HOWELL (      -1801) 1281
       Mother: Margaret (      -      ) 1283




Children
1 M Matthew H. OLIVER 1046

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef 3 Jul 1836 - Richland District, South Carolina 1047
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Jane A. (living)


2 M Samuel W. OLIVER (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Samuel OLIVER

Richland County Will Book K, abstract: ""No. 556. Samuel OLIVER. Citation, March 27, 1842, M. R. HOWELL, adm." "M. R." is Matthew R. HOWELL, brother of Mary Ann, Samuel's wife who died in 1833.


General Notes: Wife - Mary Ann HOWELL

"Polly" is named as the wife of (Samuel) OLIVER in the 1816 Will of her mother Margaret HOWELL.
Under Will Book H; "Page 475. Mary Ann OLIVER. Will, March 12, 1833-April 1, 1833. Wit.: John J. CHAPPELL, Arthur HOWELL, Maria S. HAY. Ex.: Matthew H. OLIVER and Matthew R. HOWELL (brother). Sons: Matthew H. OLIVER, Samuel W. OLIVER." ("History of Richland County", p. 298.)


General Notes: Child - Matthew H. OLIVER

Matthew H. is named in the 1833 Will of his mother, Mary Ann OLIVER. He is also named in the 1836 Inventory of his uncle Arthur HOWELL.
"Page 161. Matthew H. OLIVER. Inventory by Alex HERBEMONT, H. DAVIS, A. W. ROACH. January 18, 1837." ("History of Richland County", p. 308)


General Notes: Child - Samuel W. OLIVER

Samuel W. is named in the 1833 Will of his mother, Mary Ann OLIVER. He is also named in the 1836 Inventory of his uncle Arthur HOWELL.

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Mary M. HOWELL




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Wife Mary M. HOWELL 792

         Born: Abt 1848 - South Carolina 792
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       Father: 1st Sgt. Joseph Reese HOWELL, CSA (1825-1903) 791,792
       Mother: Sarah Sophia (1828-1882) 792




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Matthew R. HOWELL




Husband Matthew R. HOWELL 1046

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       Father: Matthew HOWELL (      -1801) 1281
       Mother: Margaret (      -      ) 1283





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General Notes: Husband - Matthew R. HOWELL

Matthew R. HOWELL is named as the brother, and executor, of Mary Ann OLIVER in her 1831 Will. He is an heir named in the 1836 Inventory of his brother, Arthur HOWELL.

There is a Matthew R. HOWELL, 54, and wife Maria A., 40, in the 1850 census of Richland County, South Carolina, Series: M432 Roll: 858 Page: 42. They have three children: Thomas A., 8; William R., 6; and Elizabeth, 4.
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Matthew RAIFORD, RS-SC and Patience HOWELL




Husband Matthew RAIFORD, RS-SC 1281

         Born: Abt 1739 - South Carolina
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       Father: Lt. Philip RAIFORD III (Abt 1710-1760) 4740
       Mother: Judith WESTON (      -      )


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General Notes: Husband - Matthew RAIFORD, RS-SC

"RAIFORD, Matthew son of Philip, dec'd. Legatees of Thomas ROUTLEDGE. Will 9 Oct 1761. William RAIFORD, Exor. Fairfield Wills."
History of Richland County, South Carolina by GREEN, pg. 86: Matthew RAIFORD was a private in the War of 1776 in Thomas Woodward's Company. His brother William RAIFORD was also in this same company.

SC Archives: Series: S213212 Volume: 0001 Page: 00118 Item: 030 Date: 4/25/1786
Description: REVES, Green, Plat for 650 Acres on Cedar Creek, Camden District, Surveyed by John BELTON. Names indexed: BELTON, John; BILL, Samuel; BOND, Thomas; GOODWY, Francis; HOWELL, Micah; JEFFERY, Thomas; RAIFORD, Mathew; REVES, Green; WESTON; WILLIAMS. Locations: CAmden District; Cedar Creek.
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Robert HOWELL




Husband Robert HOWELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Arthur HOWELL (      -Bef 1753)
       Mother: Sarah (      -After 1752)





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General Notes: Husband - Robert HOWELL

Robert Howell is mentioned in the will of his Uncle, William HOWELL, in which he and his brother William, received land on the south side of Great Lake.
ROBERT HOWELL, 2 May 1768, Craven Co, SC Robert & wife Mary of Craven Co, SC, to Francis GOODWIN of same--100a granted to WILLIAM HART 15 May 1751--N side Congaree Rvr adj Arthur HOWELL, Hugh BUTLER, Thomas HOWELL & RAIFORD's Crk. Robert HOWELL /ls/ Mary HOWELL /ls/ Wit: Charles RUSSELL, John HOWELL, Rachel LLOYD. Pvd in Orangeburg Dist before Ralph HUMPHRIES, J.P., by oath of John HOWELL, 13 Mar 1777. (Source: South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1773-1778, Brent Holcombe)
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Robert HOWELL




Husband Robert HOWELL 1218

         Born: Abt 1776
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       Father: Capt. William HOWELL, RS-SC (      -Bef 1784) 1216
       Mother: Lucy (      -Bef 1822) 1217





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Robert HOWELL




Husband Robert HOWELL 932

         Born: Cir 1767
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       Father: Robert HOWELL (Cir 1744-Bef 1804) 791
       Mother: Mary (      -Bef 1826) 791





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Robert HOWELL




Husband Robert HOWELL

         Born: Abt 1843 - Georgia
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       Father: Clark HOWELL (1811-1882) 373
       Mother: Effiah Jane PARK (Abt 1818-1850) 373





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Rosalie W. HOWELL




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Wife Rosalie W. HOWELL 3922

         Born: 31 Jan 1877 - Fulton County, Georgia 3922
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       Father: Capt. Evan Park HOWELL, CSA (1839-1905) 981,2580
       Mother: Julia Adelaide ERWIN (1842-1906) 981,2504,2581




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Joseph SMITH and Sarah HOWELL




Husband Joseph SMITH

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Wife Sarah HOWELL 791

         Born: Cir 1765
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       Father: Robert HOWELL (Cir 1744-Bef 1804) 791
       Mother: Mary (      -Bef 1826) 791



 Other Spouse: Joseph B. WHITE (      -      ) 1446


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General Notes: Wife - Sarah HOWELL

1833. Heirs of Christian Feltmetz: John Smith, Margaret Smith, Martha Smith (later Rawlinson), Sarah Smith (later Williams).
Equity Roll 127 & 1/2, Richland Co.: Henry McKinzie and Mariah his wife vs. Thomas Baldrick, Joseph White and Sarah his wife, Robert Weston, William R. Howell. Mariah McKinzie only child of Joseph Smith dec. of Orangeburg. Joseph Smith's widow Sarah md. Joseph White.
Congaree Baptist Church, Richland Co.: Sacred to the Memory of Mrs. Jane E. Smith consort of M.J.McD. Smith who d. 14 Aug. 1846.

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Joseph B. WHITE and Sarah HOWELL




Husband Joseph B. WHITE 1446

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Wife Sarah HOWELL 791

         Born: Cir 1765
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       Father: Robert HOWELL (Cir 1744-Bef 1804) 791
       Mother: Mary (      -Bef 1826) 791



 Other Spouse: Joseph SMITH (      -      )


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1 F Mariah WHITE (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Sarah HOWELL

1833. Heirs of Christian Feltmetz: John Smith, Margaret Smith, Martha Smith (later Rawlinson), Sarah Smith (later Williams).
Equity Roll 127 & 1/2, Richland Co.: Henry McKinzie and Mariah his wife vs. Thomas Baldrick, Joseph White and Sarah his wife, Robert Weston, William R. Howell. Mariah McKinzie only child of Joseph Smith dec. of Orangeburg. Joseph Smith's widow Sarah md. Joseph White.
Congaree Baptist Church, Richland Co.: Sacred to the Memory of Mrs. Jane E. Smith consort of M.J.McD. Smith who d. 14 Aug. 1846.

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Joseph REESE, Jr. and Sarah HOWELL




Husband Joseph REESE, Jr. 1432

         Born: 17 Jun 1764 - Richland County, South Carolina 1830
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       Buried:  - Reese Family Cemetery


       Father: Rev. Joseph REESE, RS-SC (Cir 1736-1795) 1437
       Mother: Ann REYNOLDS (Cir 1738-After 1771) 1432


     Marriage: 18 Oct 1795 - Richland County, South Carolina 791,1433



Wife Sarah HOWELL 791

         Born: 8 Oct 1774 - Richland County, South Carolina 791
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       Father: John HOWELL (Cir 1757-      ) 791
       Mother: Mary (Cir 1757-      ) 791,1431




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1 M Joseph Daniel REESE 791

         Born: 1796 - Richland County, South Carolina
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       Spouse: Elizabeth Susannah KESTER (1799-1868) 791
         Marr: 2 Dec 1817 791


2 F Sarah Howell REESE 791,792

         Born: 24 Mar 1798 - Richland District, South Carolina 792
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         Died: 1868
       Buried:  - Crooked Run Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina
       Spouse: John R. HOWELL, Sr. (1798-1829) 791
         Marr: 3 Feb 1824 791


3 M Jesse REESE 791

         Born: 6 Dec 1800 - Richland District, South Carolina
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         Died: 15 Oct 1885 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Beulah Baptist Church, Richland County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Gabriella Augusta YOUNG (1842-1930) 791
         Marr: 10 Nov 1859 791


4 F Ann Elizabeth REESE 791,793

         Born: 1802 - Richland District, South Carolina 793
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         Died: Aug 1870 - Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina
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       Spouse: W. C. KOESTER (      -      ) 791
       Spouse: Robert ADAMS (1793-Bef 1850) 793,833
         Marr: Bef 1840
       Spouse: Charles Robert HOWELL (1831-      ) 791
         Marr: Bef 1831


5 F Mary Martha REESE

          AKA: Polly HOWELL 791
         Born: 1804
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       Buried: 29 Aug 1883 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Joseph Ephraim REESE (Cir 1804-1876) 791,3265
         Marr: Bef 1836 791



General Notes: Husband - Joseph REESE, Jr.

Had five children.

"Joseph Reese Died 28 Jan. 1805 Age 40" (http://www.palmettoroots.org/ReeseFamCem.html)


General Notes: Wife - Sarah HOWELL

"Sarah Reese Died 23 May. 1845 Age 71" (http://www.palmettoroots.org/ReeseFamCem.html)


General Notes: Child - Joseph Daniel REESE

Will Book H - "Page 261. Joseph D. REESE. Inventory by R. EDMUNDS, Jos. E. REESE, Wm SCOTT, C. R. HOWELL, January 31, 1828." [History of Richland County, South Carolina, Green. p. 288]


General Notes: Child - Sarah Howell REESE

Is this Sarah HOWELL, the widow of John R. HOWELL, mentioned by Grace HOWELL, d. 1835-6, as her niece?


General Notes: Child - Mary Martha REESE

"Mary Martha "Polly" REESE was the second wife of Joseph Ephraim REESE. They were double first cousins. Their fathers were brothers (Joseph REESE & John Alton REESE) and their mothers were sisters (Sarah HOWELL & Mary HOWELL)." 791
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Sarah HOWELL




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       Father: William HOWELL (      -1757)
       Mother: Martha (      -      )




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James Dozier ZIMMERMAN and Sarah Taylor HOWELL




Husband James Dozier ZIMMERMAN 791

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Wife Sarah Taylor HOWELL 791,931

         Born: Between 1795 and 1797 - South Carolina 931,4741
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       Father: William HOWELL (Cir 1742-Bef 1799) 791,928
       Mother: Mary STANLEY (Abt 1779-1859) 930,931



 Other Spouse: John W. WALTER (      -      )


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1 F Mary Eliza ZIMMERMAN 4472

         Born: Abt 1815
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       Spouse: Thomas B. POINDEXTER (Cir 1810-Between 1862/1867) 2759
         Marr: Bef 1835


2 F Harriet Louisa ZIMMERMAN

         Born: 1817
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       Spouse: William Byrd STANLEY (Cir 1810-After 1860) 930,4642
         Marr: 26 Feb 1836



General Notes: Wife - Sarah Taylor HOWELL

Sarah Taylor HOWELL, daughter of William HOWELL and Mary STANLEY, was named for her mother's sister, Sarah Taylor STANLEY. Sarah married twice, first to James Dozier ZIMMERMAN, then John W. WALTER. (Marian Stanley, amstucker@aol.com, email, 6.08.2005) In the 1850 census, she is age 53, in 1860, age 65.

Sarah T. WALTER was named as a daughter in the May 3, 1858 Will of her mother Mary HILLEGAS.

Part of "Descendants of John Thomas Howell", received from "kit" (meme26@alltel.net) May 07, 2005 Subject: john thomas howell, provided to her by Carol Bustos Cox of Richmond, VA, no documentation attached:
Children of WILLIAM HOWELL and MARY STANLEY are: i. SARAH4 HOWELL; ii. MARY HOWELL, m. THOMAS LADSON HARTLEY; iii. GRACE HOWELL.
Generation No. 3
4. SARAH4 HOWELL (WILLIAM3, JOHN THOMAS2, FIRST HUSBAND1) She married (1) JAMES DOZIER ZIMMERMAN. She married (2) JOHN W. WALTER. Child of SARAH HOWELL and JAMES ZIMMERMAN is: i. MARY5 ZIMMERMAN.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1227 Page: 16: 294 302 William B. STANLEY 50 M Merchant 8,000 25,000 SC; Sarah T. WALTER 65 F 7500 SC; Malvina POINDEATER [sic] 26 F VA.


General Notes: Child - Mary Eliza ZIMMERMAN

Mary Eliza ZIMMERMAN is named in the LW&T of Chestian E. WILLIAMSON as "Granddaughter". She would be his step-granddaughter, the child of James Dozier ZIMMERMAN and Sarah T. HOWELL, daughter of Chestian's wife Mary, widow of both William HOWELL and Dr. Robert HENDRICK.
"From one of the old Columbia books I have read, the granddaughter of Mary Stanley HOWELL and daughter of Sarah HOWELL and James ZIMMERMAN married Mary's half-brother, Captain William Byrd STANLEY, and she died in childbirth, and both she and her child are buried in the Stanley plot. I wonder if it's all right for one to marry one's grandmother's half brother! Captain STANLEY never married again; left his very substantial estate to his one niece and five nephews, including my grandfather, executor of the estate, Charles Duke STANLEY. Captain William Byrd STANLEY had a very colorful life, including his being one of the committee who surrendered to Sherman. His estate was so large that it took twelve years to settle." (Marian Stanley Tucker, Amstucker@aol.com,email, May 9, 2005.)
Mary Eliza who married POINDEXTER and had two daughters-Gertrude, who married Mr. LONEY and lived in Baltimore and Malvina.


General Notes: Child - Harriet Louisa ZIMMERMAN

The gravestone of Harriet Louisa ZIMMERMAN STANLEY reads: "In Memory of Harriet Louisa Stanley wife of William B. Stanley and daughter of James D and Sarah Taylor Zimmerman who departed this life December 29, 1841 (gravestone so old I could not make out the last date here, but think it might say 1841) in the 24th year of her age. 'Those who knew her best, loved her the most.'" (I visited the Stanley plot in the Presbyterian cemetery this morning and looked up the gravestone of Captain William Byrd Stanley's wife... Marian Stanley Tucker, 5/11/2005)


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John W. WALTER and Sarah Taylor HOWELL




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Wife Sarah Taylor HOWELL 791,931

         Born: Between 1795 and 1797 - South Carolina 931,4741
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       Father: William HOWELL (Cir 1742-Bef 1799) 791,928
       Mother: Mary STANLEY (Abt 1779-1859) 930,931



 Other Spouse: James Dozier ZIMMERMAN (      -      ) 791


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General Notes: Wife - Sarah Taylor HOWELL

Sarah Taylor HOWELL, daughter of William HOWELL and Mary STANLEY, was named for her mother's sister, Sarah Taylor STANLEY. Sarah married twice, first to James Dozier ZIMMERMAN, then John W. WALTER. (Marian Stanley, amstucker@aol.com, email, 6.08.2005) In the 1850 census, she is age 53, in 1860, age 65.

Sarah T. WALTER was named as a daughter in the May 3, 1858 Will of her mother Mary HILLEGAS.

Part of "Descendants of John Thomas Howell", received from "kit" (meme26@alltel.net) May 07, 2005 Subject: john thomas howell, provided to her by Carol Bustos Cox of Richmond, VA, no documentation attached:
Children of WILLIAM HOWELL and MARY STANLEY are: i. SARAH4 HOWELL; ii. MARY HOWELL, m. THOMAS LADSON HARTLEY; iii. GRACE HOWELL.
Generation No. 3
4. SARAH4 HOWELL (WILLIAM3, JOHN THOMAS2, FIRST HUSBAND1) She married (1) JAMES DOZIER ZIMMERMAN. She married (2) JOHN W. WALTER. Child of SARAH HOWELL and JAMES ZIMMERMAN is: i. MARY5 ZIMMERMAN.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1227 Page: 16: 294 302 William B. STANLEY 50 M Merchant 8,000 25,000 SC; Sarah T. WALTER 65 F 7500 SC; Malvina POINDEATER [sic] 26 F VA.
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Susan HOWELL




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       Father: Clark HOWELL, Sr. (1863-1936)
       Mother: Harriet BARRETT (Cir 1863-Bef 1900)




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Died young.
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Thomas HOWELL




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1 F Elizabeth HOWELL 1715

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Thomas HOWELL




Husband Thomas HOWELL 927

         Born: Cir 1740
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       Father: Thomas HOWELL (      -Bef 1760)
       Mother: Grace (      -      ) 926





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Thomas HOWELL was a member of the 1st Council of Safety 1775. (Descendants of John Thomas Howell)
"Malachi HOWELL's interest was sold January 7 & 8 1783 by Wade HAMPTON in rights of his wife, Martha Epps HAMPTON. Malachi's brother, Thomas HOWELL was appointed Administrator on April 5, 1782, along with Martha Epps Howell HAMPTON." ("History of Richland County" by Green pg. 215)

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Thomas HOWELL




Husband Thomas HOWELL 1048

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       Father: Matthew HOWELL (      -1801) 1281
       Mother: Margaret (      -      ) 1283





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Thomas is named in the 1816 Will of his mother Margaret HOWELL.
Possible Estate Abstract: Will Book H, Richland County, South Carolina: "Page 494. Thomas W. HOWELL. Inventory by Timothy REESE, James ROWAN, John S. CHAPPELL, April 5, 1833. Arthur HOWELL, adm." Arthur HOWELL was brother of Thomas HOWELL, sons of Matthew and Margaret HOWELL. (Green's "History of Richland County", p. 298)
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Thomas James HOWELL




Husband Thomas James HOWELL 1219

         Born: Cir 1785
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       Father: Thomas HOWELL (Cir 1761-Between 1788/1788) 1218
       Mother: Mary (      -      ) 1219





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Thomas James HOWELL may be the "Page 375. Thos. J. HOWELL. Citation, November 17, 1818, Wm. GOODWYN, adm." listed in Green's "History of Richland County", p. 279, under Will Book G.
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Thomas Joseph Charles HOWELL




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       Father: Charles Robert HOWELL (1831-      )
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Unknown HOWELL




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1 M Thomas HOWELL

          AKA: John Thomas HOWELL 924
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         Died: Bef 9 Aug 1760 - Craven County, South Carolina 925
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       Spouse: Grace (      -      ) 926
         Marr: Bef 1753


2 M Arthur HOWELL

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         Died: Bef 9 Mar 1753 - Craven County, South Carolina 1281
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       Spouse: Sarah (      -After 1752) 1281


3 M William HOWELL 1338

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       Spouse: Martha (      -      ) 1338



General Notes: Child - Thomas HOWELL

"HOWELL. One of the earliest families to settle in the "Fork of the Congaree and Wateree" was that of the Howells, who came from Maryland , as shown by Thomas Howell's registration in Thompson's Regiment in 1775." ("History of Richland County", Green, page 47.)
"HOWELL, William, Arthur & Thomas - William HOWELL seems to be the first of his Family to have arrived in Craven County, the now Richland County area. He arrived in 1741, followed later by his brothers Arthur and Thomas. According to the Reverend John Giessendanner's record, William died on February 4, 1757. Based upon his will, which was recorded in Charleston, Arthur HOWELL died before his brother, William. Thomas HOWELL's son, Malachi, was baptized on February 22, 1753. Malachi married Martha Epps GOODWYN. They had at least one son, Jesse Malachi HOWELL. After the death of Malachi, Martha Epps GOODWYN married Wade HAMPTON." (Green's "History of Richland County")
Abt 1740: THOMAS HOWELL married GRACE RAIFORD. Grace m2 John (Charles) RUSSELL, Jr. in Craven Co, SC (My note, Bill Miller, Bay Minette, LA,: I'm not sure about this one. I've seen one or two sources that say she was a RAIFORD, but I wonder if she might have really been an ARRINGTON) (Source: South Carolina Genealogies, Vol III, pg 81)
NOTE BENE!!! - The records below show an association between Thomas HOWELL and William HART. It sets up potential relationships between the HOWELLs, HARTs, GOODWYNs, and later TAYLORs and DANIELL families in which resulted in the names Howell GOODWYN, Mary Hart GOODWYN, and Mary Howell Hart GOODWYN. The GOODWYNs, RAIFORDs, and TAYLORs are cousin to the DANIELL family. These relationships may set up the comment in the LW&T of Arthur HOWELL of Richland County, that Joseph DANIEL was his cousin.
4 Aug 1741, Bertie Co, NC #2150. Patent Bk 5, pg 59: WILLIAM HART 300a in Bertie Co. on ns of KIRBY's Crk, joining WALLs line, HOWELLs corner. (Source: Colony of North Carolina 1735-1764 Abstracts of Land Patents, by Margaret Hofmann)
16 Nov 1743, Bertie Co, NC Bertie Co Deeds, Bk F, pg 415. THOMAS HOWELL & wife GRACE to Waller DRAUGHAN. 200a on WS Barbeque Swamp, part of land granted to THOMAS HOWELL 20 Jun 1741. Wit: JOHN HOWELL, Jr., JOHN HOWELL, John DRAUGHAN. (Source: Colonial Bertie Co, NC, Deed Abst, Vol IV, 1739-1744
(NC975.6), by Bell)
22 May 1744, Northampton Co, NC pg 119, Deed Bk 1. WILLIAM HARTE & ELIZABETH HART of Northampton Co. to John SIMPSON of Northampton Co. 22 May 1744.....270a ns Kerby's ((Kirby's)) Crk, a tract granted to WILLIAM HARTE 4 Aug 1741, joining the creek, Wall, the road, Joseph Platts, HOWELL and a branch. Wit: James Turner, Sr., Simon Simpson. Reg Northampton Co. May Ct 1744 (Source: Abstracts of Deeds 1741-1759 Northampton Co., NC, Public
Registry, Deed Bk 1 & 2, M. Hofmann)
3 Oct 1750, Orangeburgh, SC Sarah YOUNG was born about 1732. 1750 On Wednesday October 3d In the Church, William HEART (HART) of the Congrees and Sirrah YOUNG of Edistoe Fork: Being present: Adin FROGAT, William YOUNG, etc. (Rev. Giessendanner) (Source: Orangeburgh, SC, Mailing List, taken from Rev. Giessendanner's records)
15 May 1751, Camden Dist, SC 100a was granted to William HART NS Congaree Rvr adjoining Arthur HOWELL, Hugh BUTLER, Thomas HOWELL & RAIFORD's Crk. (Source: South Carolina Deed Abstracts 1773-1778, by Brent Holcombe)
Arthur HOWELL will, 2 Dec 1752, Craven Co, SC Wife: Sarah. Sons: John, 150a land between Santee & Wateree granted in my name. Matthew: 200a land on Santee. William: 20a low ground on NS Congaree gr. Hans BOTHERS. Exrs: William HOWELL, Martha HOWELL, William (HAY). Wit: John HAMILTON, William HART, John LESTER. D: 2 Dec 1752, P: 9 Mar 1753, R: nd, p. 87, Will Book 1752-1756. (Source: Abstracts of Wills of the State of South Carolina, 1740-1760,
pg 163)
22 Jun 1749, Northampton Co, NC pg 276, Deed Bk 2. Granville to Joseph ROGERS of Northampton Co 22 June 1749.....182a joining Thomas HOWELL, Kirby Crk, William ARRINGTON, William HART & James TURNER. Issued by Edward MOSELEY. Wit: John DAWSON, Osbern JEFFERYS. Reg Northampton Co. May Ct 1756 (Source: Abstracts of Deeds 1741-1759 Northampton Co., NC, Public
Registry, Deed Bk 1 & 2, M. Hofmann)
16 Aug 1749, Bertie Co, NC (estate settlement) DB G, pg 317. John HOWELL, Sr. Died intestate. Wife: -?-. Sons: John, Robert, Thomas, William and Arthur. Daus: Elisia (m. William HART. Daus Martha, and Sarah). Sarah (m. David THOMPSON. Son: William THOMPSON). (both Elisia and Sarah dec'd). Wit: Wiliam HART, Simon SIMPSON, James McLAHAN (Source: Colonial Bertie Co, NC, Deed Abst, Vol V, 1744-1753)
Deed Book 0-0, p. 710 William HART, planter, & Sarah his wife, to THOMAS HOWELL, planter, both of Craven Co., for L 200 currency, 100 a. on N side Congaree River, bounding E on ARTHUR HOWELL & vacant land; N on vacant land; W on Hugh BUTLER & THOMAS HOWELL; according to grant from Gov James GLEN in Council Chamber, 15 May 1751. Witnesses: Daniel HOUGH, John LESTER, John MYRICK (see the above record). Before Stephen CREEL, J. P. Lease not proved. William HOPTON, Register."(South Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1719-1772 Vol. II, 1740-1755, Books V-P-P, by Clara A. Langley)
This South Carolina deed may show the beginning of the relationship between the HOWELL, DANIELL and TAYLOR family lines: Deed Book O-O, p 697: "10 Jan 1754 L & R - "James (his mark) WESTON, planter, & Elizabeth his wife, to Thomas HOWELL, planter, both of Craven Co., for £ 200 currency, 100 a. on N side Congaree River, bounding SW & NW on vacant land; & on 'old lines' & on Vinson SIMMONS; bounding NE & SE on vacant land; as by grant from Gov. James GLEN in Council Chamber 8 Aug. 1753. Witnesses: James DANIEL, Charles STROTHER, John ALYNCK (MYRICK?). Before Stephen CREEL, J. P. William HOPTON, Register." (South Carolina Deed Abstracts, 1719-1772 Vol. II, 1740-1755, Books V-P-P, p. 335, by Clara A. Langley)
Thomas HOWELL, may also be known as John Thomas HOWELL. Two similar abstracts of the same LW&T name him as Thomas HOWELL in one and as John [Thomas] HOWELL in the other. There is no doubt it is the same LW&T, but why the difference in names? "John [Thomas] HOWELL, Craven County, planter. Wife: Gracey, plantation where I now live during her widowhood, then to son Thomas. Sons: Thomas; William, plantation where I formerly lived on the Lake; Robert, plantation called Hill and plantation called Hart's Field; Malica (sic), plantation next where I now live. Dau: Gracey, plantation "in the Savannah Near Gills Creek.: Mentions: all children under age. Exors: wife during her widowhood, then son William. Wit: John HAMILTON; Ann BOURGET; William YORK, his mark. D: 18 Mar. 1760. P: 9 Aug. 1760. R: nd. p. 307" (Transcribed from a photocopy of "Will Book 1757-1760", page 272-73, provided by Carol Busto)
Thomas HOWELL's LW&T, an abstract from Green's "History of Richland County", page 212, listed under Wills relating to Richland County in the Office of Judge of Probate at Charleston, Camden, Winnsboro: Under Wills in Charleston "Wills 1757-60, page 307. Thomas HOWELL: March 13, 1760-August 9, 1760. Wit: John HAMILTON, Ann BOURGET, William YORK. Ex.: Gracey HOWELL. Wife: Gracey. Sons: Thomas, William, Robert, Malici (sic). Dau.: Gracey. To his son, William, he left a plantation on the LAKE; to his son, Robert, the "Hill" plantation and Heart's Field; to dau., Gracey, plantation in the Savannah near Gill's Creek; to his wife, the place on which he was living; to son Malici (sic), a plantation 'up the path' from the home place." ("History of Richland County", Green, page 212.)


General Notes: Child - Arthur HOWELL

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

The 1792 Will of Arthur HOWELL (Jr.) names his brother William and is witnessed by Robert and John HOWELL and Wm. MEYER. In it, Arthur (Jr.) names Joseph DANIELL as an executor and as a cousin. This Joseph is possibly "Jose DANIELL", son of James DANIELL of Fairfield County, South Carolina. 1338


General Notes: Child - William HOWELL

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

An abstract of the LW&T of William HOWELL - "Will Book 1757-60, page 44. William HOWELL: February 2, 1757-May 6, 1757. Wit.: Benj. FARRAR, Evan REES, Francis CURRIE(?). Ex.: Wife, Thomas HOWELL, John HAMILTON. Wife Martha. Daughter: Sarah. Nephews:William and Robert (legacy of land on south side of Great Lake, where Jas. ANDERSON had lived), sons of his brother, Arthur (who had six children). Arthur HOWELL, nephew(?). Inventory of William HOWELL in Inventory Book, 1756-58, by Martha and Thomas HOWELL, July 26, 1757. Appraised by Phillip RAIFORD, Benj. SIMS, Wm. HAY."
(Compiler's note: Philip RAIFORD here is likely Philip Ephraim RAIFORD III, grandfather of Philip V, who married Elizabeth DANIEL, daughter of William & Lucretia Bell DANIEL of Edgefield. It is possible it could be Philip IV. RLD.)

WILLIAM HOWELL will, 2 Feb 1757, Craven Co, SC Wife: MARTHA --home place---slaves. Dau: Sarah (minor) In case death of Sarah w/o issue, all to go to Arthur & the ch of Thomas. To: William, s/o Arthur, dec'd. lnd on br. of Broad Rvr called Little Rvr. To Robert- , s/o Arthur, dec'd, 100a on SS Great Lake where James ANDERSON family lived. (states Arthur had 5 ch.) Exr: Wife, Thomas HOWELL & John HAMILTON. Wit: Benjamin FARAH, Evan REESE, Francis CARNIE (or CURRIE). Date: 2 Feb 1757, Proven: 6 May 1757. (Source: Some South Carolina Genealogical Records, Janie Revill)

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Joseph B. STAUNTON and Unknown HOWELL




Husband Joseph B. STAUNTON 1217

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Wife Unknown HOWELL 1217

         Born: Cir 1767
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       Father: Capt. William HOWELL, RS-SC (      -Bef 1784) 1216
       Mother: Lucy (      -Bef 1822) 1217




Children
1 F Lucy STAUNTON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Joseph B. STAUNTON

Joseph B. STAUNTON is named as the father of Lucy STAUNTON in the 20 November 1821 Will of her grandmother Lucy HOWELL. Joseph's wife, Lucy's mother, is not known, hence the Unknown HOWELL. William and Lucy HOWELL have one known daughter, named as Grace Baker in Lucy HOWELL's Will.


General Notes: Wife - Unknown HOWELL

Joseph B. STAUNTON's wife, Lucy's mother, is not known, hence the Unknown HOWELL. William and Lucy HOWELL, Lucy STAUNTON's grandparents have one known daughter, named as Grace Baker in Lucy HOWELL's Will.

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William HOWELL




Husband William HOWELL 3515

         Born: Abt 1830 - Richland District, South Carolina 1434
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         Died: 14 Oct 1864 - Richland County, South Carolina 4475
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       Father: Jesse Malachi HOWELL, Sr. (Abt 1775-1835) 933
       Mother: Martha HOWELL (Cir 1789-1851) 791





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General Notes: Husband - William HOWELL

William HOWELL, male, 20, a student, is listed in the household of Martha Howell in the 27 July 1850 census of Richland District, showing that he was born about 1830.

"William HOWELL, a native of Richland District, and son of Jesse HOWELL, dec'd, died near Columbia, S. C. Oct 14, 1864, Typhoid Fever." [http://genealogytrails.com/scar/richland/obituaries1862-1865.htm]

William HOWELL's LW&T as abstracted in the SC Archives - Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0023 Frame: 00829 item: 00 Date: 1864 C. Description: HOWELL, William of Richland District, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book L, Page 613; Estate Packet: Box 47, Pkg 1166) (2 Frames). Names Indexed: HOWELL, William/HOWELL, Jesse Malachi/TREZVANT, William Howell/TREZVANT, MRS. Epps G./TREZVANT, D. H./DENT, John B./DESAUSSURE, W. F./ARTHUR, E. J./HOWELL, Grace/Locations: Richland District. This is expanded on by the abstract in "History of Richland County" on page 358: "Page 613. William HOWELL. February 22, 1861-October 18, 1864. Ex.:Dr. D. H. TREZEVANT. Bro.: Jesse M. Nephew: Wm. Howell TREZEVANT. Sister: Epps G., m. Dr. D. H. TREZEVANT." 4587

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William HOWELL and Mary STANLEY




Husband William HOWELL 791,928

         Born: Cir 1742
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         Died: Bef 6 Apr 1799 - Richland County, South Carolina 929
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       Father: Thomas HOWELL (      -Bef 1760)
       Mother: Grace (      -      ) 926


     Marriage: Bef 1795



Wife Mary STANLEY 930,931

         Born: Abt 1779 - South Carolina 931
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         Died: 21 Sep 1859 - Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Presbyterian Church Cemetery


       Father: Capt. Samuel STANLEY, RS-VA (Cir 1742-Bef 1818) 4641
       Mother: PEASLEY (      -      ) 2759,4642



 Other Spouse: Dr. Robert H. HENDRICK (Cir 1760-Bef 1805) 930,1403 - After Feb 1800 - Richland County, South Carolina 930

 Other Spouse: Chestian E. WILLIAMSON (      -Bef 1823) 4472 - After 1805 - Richland County, South Carolina

 Other Spouse: George A. HILLEGAS (Cir 1775-      ) 4643 - 10 Nov 1827 - Columbia, South Carolina 4643


Children
1 F Sarah Taylor HOWELL 791,931

         Born: Between 1795 and 1797 - South Carolina 931,4741
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         Died: After 1860
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       Spouse: James Dozier ZIMMERMAN (      -      ) 791
       Spouse: John W. WALTER (      -      )


2 F Mary HOWELL 791

         Born: Cir 1797
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       Spouse: Thomas Ladson HARTLEY (living)



General Notes: Husband - William HOWELL

William HOWELL is named in the 1760 will of his father Thomas HOWELL: "To his son, William, he left a plantation on the Lake." ("History of Richland County", Green, p. 212.)

William married Mary "Polly" STANLEY, daughter of Capt. Samuel STANLEY.

An abstract of administration for the estate of William HOWELL is contained in the "History of Richland County", tersely provides from Will Book "C" ..."Page 244. William HOWELL. Polly (Mary) HOWELL, James GOODWYN, Thos. HEATH, adm., July 5, 1799. On page 246, Matthew HOWELL is adm., April 6, 1799."

Richland County Will Book E: "No. 377. Wm. HOWELL. John HOWELL, Jr., guardian of Sarah and Mary HOWELL, who went to school to Mrs. BRANTHWAIT." Undated but about 1814. ("History of Richland County", Green, p. 262.)
On the next line, undated and unpaged, seemingly not connected: "Wm. HOWELL, Jr., deceased by May 23, 1814" William HOWELL's widow, Mary STANLEY, mother of Sarah and Mary, remarried to Dr, Robert HENDRICK about 1800.

Part of "Descendants of John Thomas Howell", received from "kit" (meme26@alltel.net) May 07, 2005 Subject: john thomas howell, provided to her by Carol BUSTO COX of Richmond, VA, no documentation attached:
2. William3 HOWELL (John Thomas2, First Husband 1) died June 11, 1799. He married Mary STANLEY. She was born Abt. 1769, and died September 21, 1859. More About Mary STANLEY: Burial: Presbyterian Church Cemetery (Note: Mary STANLEY was Mary HILLEGAS at her death. RLD)
Children of William HOWELL and Mary STANLEY are: i. Sarah4 HOWELL; ii. Mary HOWELL, m. Thomas Ladson HARTLEY; iii. Grace HOWELL. [ Grace's name has not been found in records as yet. RLD]

An extract for Richland County Will Book E provides "No. 377. Wm. HOWELL. John HOWELL, Jr., guardian of Sarah and Mary HOWELL, who went to school to Mrs. BRAINWAIT." Undated, this entry is in the May 1814 listings. A separate line under this indicates "Wm. HOWELL, Jr., deceased by May 23, 1814." ("History of Richland County", p. 262, Green)


General Notes: Wife - Mary STANLEY

Mary STANLEY, daughter of Samuel STANLEY, is said to be born about 1769 because her gravestone says "Mrs. Mary Hillegas//died September 21, 1859//aged 90 years." [Transcribed by Marian Stanley Tucker] In the 1850 census, Mary [Stanley (William) Howell (Robert) Hendrick (Charles) Williamson (William)] HILLEGAS is age 70, born about 1779/80, and her daughter Sarah T. [Howell] WALTERS, age 53 [born about 1797]. The difference of 10 years is of interest, but does not make her too young to have been the mother of Sarah Taylor HOWELL born between 1795 and 1797 per the 1850 and 1860 censuses.

"I will give the following on other Stanley lines in early S.C. In old Cheraw Dist. there was a Revolutionary soldier named Moses STANLEY, and he is listed as Pvt. in Greggs History of Old Cheraw. We know nothing more about him. However, in 1790 U.S. Census of Cheraw 35 Dist., S.C., is listed Capt. Samuel STANLEY born in Va. (New Kent County, I think) and was Capt. in Rev. War in Va., moved thence to Cheraw and then to Columbia, S.C. He died there about 1813 and his wife was a Miss HENDRICKS, daughter. of Capt. William HENDRICKS a Rev. soldier from Cheraw. They had two sons, Robert Hendricks STANLEY and William Byrd STANLEY, and a dau. who m. Henry McGOWAN, dau. Elizabeth m. TRAPP, and dau. Mary who married 4 times, first to Wm. HOWELL; 2nd to Dr. Robert HENDRICKS; 3rd to _____WILLIAMSON, and fourth William HILLEGUS of Charleston. In 1850 this lady filed an affidavit that she was the niece of my g.g.grandfather Capt. Robert PASLAY, Rev. soldier, and that she at that time living in Cheraw district S.C. This affidavit in Washington, D.C., in Capt. Robert PASLAY Revolutionary File R. 7988. In 1790 Capt. Robert PASLAY 2ndly married Elizabeth CROCKER. His first wife was Sarah (which I take to be HENDRICKS, being his niece makes me say that) I come from the 2nd wife Elizabeth CROCKER.
Robert Hendricks STANLEY and another son William Byrd STANLEY, who was long time Mayor of Columbia, S.C., about the time of the Civil War. This family long ran the Stanley China shop in Columbia, S.C., and they are buried in the Stanley Family graveyard in Columbia, S.C. In Vol. 4: Wallace 'Hist. Of South Carolina' there is a Genealogy of this family.
There was an early methodist of S.C., Rev. LEDBETTER also. They are found in History of Methodism in S.C., by Betts.
Robert B. Paslay"
(Source: "Stanley and kindred families" by Florence Guttery, Jasper, Ala.: unknown, 1960, 302 pgs., p. 35. Surnames in caps not in original. Punctuation is faithful to the printed page. Comments in ( ) are as published. RLD )

"Mary "Polly" STANLEY was a daughter of Samuel STANLEY and his first wife, --------Paslay, both from Virginia. Mary Polly is buried in the Stanley plot here adjacent to the First Presbyterian Church. Her birth and death dates are on her marker, and I'll go look at them tomorrow when I am in town and let you know. In Old and New Columbia, if I remember correctly, the author thinks her birth date somewhat short, for he said that she was married to two Revolutionary officers, Howell and Hendrick." (Marian Stanley, 3/24/2005)

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Columbia; Series: M432 Roll: 858 Page: 23: 408 419 Mary HILLEGAS 70 F --- VA; Sarah T. WALTER 53 F 2,500 SC; Elias b. H___ 46 M Lutheran clergyman SC; William H. SMITH 22 M Clerk SC.

An abstract from Richland County Will Book L: "Page 486. Mary HILLEGAS. May 3, 1858-October 17, 1859. Wit: Edw. WALSHE, W. Y. PURSE, J. A. SELBY. Ex.: W. B. STANLEY. Bro.: W. B. STANLEY. Dau.: Mrs. Sarah T. WALTER. Wished to be buried in family burying ground." (Source: "History of Richland County", Edwin L. Green, p. 346.)

"This afternoon I went to the Stanley plot in the churchyard. It is so beautiful there; the trees are expertly pruned and about to go into full bloom in just a few weeks. The ground cover is composed of millions of tiny violets and small white blooms. The entire cemetery is a showplace right in the middle of the town.
On the gravestone of Mary Polly Stanley's is written: Mrs. Mary Hillegas//died September 21, 1859//aged 90 years. If she were ninety when she died, then she would have been born in 1769. As I mentioned last night, some think the date late, in as much as she married two officers of the Revolution, Captain Howell and Dr. Hendrick.
I also looked at the Duke grave I mentioned. It says: Thomas Wells Duke//1795-1818//Son of Charles O. and Dorothea Duke ("This is one of the stones we had to remake, as the original one was falling apart. We could not make out the wording on the lower part of the old one. As I remember, it said something about his being killed in a war." Marian Stanley Tucker)
My grandfather, Charles Duke Stanley was evidently named for the father listed here, but no one ever told me anything about this.
I do not believe I ever had a copy of Dr. Robert's will and other papers, but I'm sure one could be procured at the SC Archives. Some years ago, I did, however, hire Mr. Brent Holcombe, a certified genealogist, to find out what he could about the Hendrick family. Don't think he ever came across anything useful, other than the fact that Louisa Hendrick, his daughter, was sent to boarding school in North Carolina.
As an aside, my great-great uncle, Captain William Byrd Stanley, second son of Martha Hendrick (Duke) Stanley and Samuel Stanley, fought in the Mexican War, which was sometime before the War Between the States. Captain Stanley was awarded (according to my mother) a large gold round engraved gold piece, one of only seven given to certain members of the Palmetto Regiment who went to Mexico. My father inherited this gold piece.
Unfortunately, my father and mother had a terrible time during the Great Depression, and unbeknownst to Mother, Father sold the gold piece when they were in such terrible financial straits. Mother said she would have done almost anything to have kept it.
I'm sure that this piece at auction today, at Christie's in New York, would sell for somewhere in the high six figures, perhaps more. Uncle William also was given two silver dueling pistols by the City of Columbia, but I do not know what happened to them. He was very well off when living, president of the bank, mayor three times, many other honors.
I have found some of my papers this morning, and need to clarify Captain William Hendrick senior's position. He was a Member of the South Carolina Twelfth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth, and Sixteenth Royal Assemblies, from 1740 to 1747. (From Biographical Directory of the SC House of Representatives, Vol. II, Edgar and Bailey) According to my research, he married the second time Mary Vanderhorst, daughter of John Vanderhorst of the Charleston family by that name. Captain William Hendrick Sr.'s home was in Christ Church Parish, Charlestown, South Carolina.
I'll keep looking. Thanks, Marian Stanley" (Marian Stanley Tucker, email, 3/24/2005. RLD)

The mother of Mary Polly Stanley was -------Paslay from Virginia. I believe Samuel and Paslay had six daughters.
There is a lovely description of Mary Stanley when she was old in either the Selby or Williams book:
"Many evenings I have spent with my old friend, Mrs. Mary Hillegas [Mary Stanley]---reading to her news and advertisements from files of old papers, and listening to her interesting comments. Her memory was wonderful, and I have been able to corroborate some of her information in such a satisfactorary manner, that I take the balance as literally true. We would seat ourselves---the old lady taking a pinch of snuff, wiping her nose with a red silk handkerchief, holding her head aside, and then deftly using a handsome linen one conspicuously. The reading would then begin and the replies to queries be brought out, besides voluntary information.----[the memory of my old friend] is so complete, that I can safely venture considerable beyond my own times."
I visited the Stanley plot in the Presbyterian cemetery this morning and looked up the gravestone of Captain William Byrd Stanley's wife:
"In Memory of //Harriet Louisa Stanley//wife of//William B. Stanley//and daughter of//James D and Sarah Taylor Zimmerman//who departed this life//December 29, 1841 (gravestone so old I could not make out the last date here, but think it might say 1841)//in the 24th year of her age.//"Those who knew her best, loved her the most."
Obviously, the person recording the information you found omitted Harriet Louisa Zimmerman's name as she might have already been deceased.
It seems that Mary Stanley Howell was left a substantial estate by both her first and second marriages: Howell and Hendrick.
Thanks for the suggestions concerning Aunt Belle's journal. I'll tend to seeing it photographed ASAP.
Thanks, Marian Stanley (Amstucker@aol.com, To: roloda@knology.net May 11, 2005 Subject: Re: Aunt Belle's Journal) ["[Great] Aunt Belle" is Isabelle Ione Stanley Beard.]


General Notes: Child - Sarah Taylor HOWELL

Sarah Taylor HOWELL, daughter of William HOWELL and Mary STANLEY, was named for her mother's sister, Sarah Taylor STANLEY. Sarah married twice, first to James Dozier ZIMMERMAN, then John W. WALTER. (Marian Stanley, amstucker@aol.com, email, 6.08.2005) In the 1850 census, she is age 53, in 1860, age 65.

Sarah T. WALTER was named as a daughter in the May 3, 1858 Will of her mother Mary HILLEGAS.

Part of "Descendants of John Thomas Howell", received from "kit" (meme26@alltel.net) May 07, 2005 Subject: john thomas howell, provided to her by Carol Bustos Cox of Richmond, VA, no documentation attached:
Children of WILLIAM HOWELL and MARY STANLEY are: i. SARAH4 HOWELL; ii. MARY HOWELL, m. THOMAS LADSON HARTLEY; iii. GRACE HOWELL.
Generation No. 3
4. SARAH4 HOWELL (WILLIAM3, JOHN THOMAS2, FIRST HUSBAND1) She married (1) JAMES DOZIER ZIMMERMAN. She married (2) JOHN W. WALTER. Child of SARAH HOWELL and JAMES ZIMMERMAN is: i. MARY5 ZIMMERMAN.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1227 Page: 16: 294 302 William B. STANLEY 50 M Merchant 8,000 25,000 SC; Sarah T. WALTER 65 F 7500 SC; Malvina POINDEATER [sic] 26 F VA.
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William HOWELL




Husband William HOWELL

         Born: Cir 1757
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         Died: Bef 14 May 1804
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       Father: Robert HOWELL (Cir 1744-Bef 1804) 791
       Mother: Mary (      -Bef 1826) 791





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General Notes: Husband - William HOWELL

Abstract from Will Book A, "Pages 68-69. HOWELL, William. Will, June 20, 1776-n. d. (property appraised, February 26, 1784). Wit: Jno. BOYD, Henry SMITH, James LEVISTON. Ex.: Grace RUSSELL, John TAYLOR, James TAYLOR, Malachi HOWELL, Thomas TAYLOR, Nathan Center, sons, Thomas and William. Wife: Lucy. Dau."Grace (received Mill Pond tract bought from Nathan CENTER and Goose Pond tract bought from John HOWELL). Sons: Thomas (eldest. Received tract known as Howell's Ferry, where his mother lived), William, Malichi (sic), James, Robert (born after will was signed, See codicil)." ("History of Richland County", Green, page 216).
From this abstract, it would appear that William was dead by February 26, 1784, the date of the appraisal. One Howell researcher publishes his death as on June 11, 1799, 15 years later. This could be two different William HOWELLs.
William was not named in this father's will of 1804.
In Richland County Will Book H, page 170, Jesse M. HOWELL, along with Martin MARSHALL, Joseph E. REESE, and John MARSHALL are the commissioners in the estate division of William R. HOWELL. Heirs were: Joseph B. WHITE, Robert WESTON, Thomas BALDRICK, and Charles R. HOWELL. This abstract is undated, but located between entries for 6 Apr 1826 and 11 May 1826. The heirs are the husbands of William's sisters: Sarah Howell WHITE, Mary Howell WESTON, and Elizabeth Howell BALDRICK. William's brother was John HOWELL whose daughter Martha HOWELL married Jesse Malachi HOWELL circa 1816. Was this marriage the reason for Jesse Malachi to be on the commission for William R. HOWELL's estate division?

Equity Roll 127 & 1/2, Richland Co.: Henry McKINZIE and Mariah his wife vs. Thomas BALDRICK, Joseph WHITE and Sarah his wife, Robert WESTON, William R. HOWELL. Mariah McKINZIE only child of Joseph SMITH dec. of Orangeburg. Joseph SMITH's widow Sarah md. Joseph WHITE. Undated, located chronologically between an 1833 and a 14 Aug 1846 entry. (Columbia Chapter, SCGS, Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina, SOUTH CAROLINA FAMILIES, The Smiths, The Smiths of Richland County and Vicinity, http://www.rootsweb.com/~scccscgs/smith-richland.html) 928

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William HOWELL




Husband William HOWELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Major Clark HOWELL, Jr., USA, WW I (1894-      )
       Mother: Margaret Louise CARR (Abt 1888-      )





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William M. HOWELL




Husband William M. HOWELL 373

         Born: Abt 1845 - Georgia 373
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         Died: Bef 11 Mar 1885 - West End , Fulton County, Georgia
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       Father: Clark HOWELL (1811-1882) 373
       Mother: Effiah Jane PARK (Abt 1818-1850) 373





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General Notes: Husband - William M. HOWELL

William HOWELL is named as "W. H." age 5 in the 1850 census of Forsyth County, Georgia, and as "William H." age 15 in the 1860 census of Fulton County, Georgia. The Covington Star obituary below named him as "William M."

Phyllis Thompson http://www.rootsweb.com/~archreg/vols/00011.html#0002524 December 7, 2004, 7:14 pm - The Covington Star, March 11, 1885 Mr. Wm. M. Howell, formerly in the agricultural department, in Atlanta, died at the home of his brother, Col. Evan P. Howell, in West End, one day last week. File at: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/fulton/obits/h/ob6081howell.txt

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Samuel PHARR and Martha Johnston HOWIE




Husband Samuel PHARR

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Wife Martha Johnston HOWIE

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         Died: 1931
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Children
1 F Mary Scotland PHARR

         Born: 10 Oct 1891 - Cabarrus County, North Carolina
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         Died: 16 Oct 1988 - Houston County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Greenwood Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama
       Spouse: John Dudley REESE, Jr. (1888-1975) 3375,3376
         Marr: 21 Dec 1922 - Concord, North Carolina 3375



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Robert HOWSON




Husband Robert HOWSON 2148

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1 F Ann HOWSON 2148

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       Spouse: Colonel Rice HOOE (1660-1726) 2148
         Marr: Cir 1695



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Joel David KEITH and Cathy Lynn HUBBARD




Husband Joel David KEITH (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Floyd Daniel KEITH, Jr. (1935-1974)
       Mother: Joanne


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Wife Cathy Lynn HUBBARD (details suppressed for this person)

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Jack HUBBARD and Ada Mae MILLER




Husband Jack HUBBARD (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Ada Mae MILLER

         Born: Abt 1912 - Georgia
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         Died: 10 Nov 1982 - Troup County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Hillview Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia


       Father: Douglas E. MILLER (1888-1925)
       Mother: Mabel DAVIS (1894-1972) 3031




Children

General Notes: Wife - Ada Mae MILLER

Ada Mae MILLER is buried with her husband in mausoleum in Hillview Cemetery Annex. She is not listed in Troup County Cemetery Archive.

Georgia Death Index--
Name: Ada M Hubbard
Death Date: 10 Nov 1982
Race: W
Gender: F
County of Death: Troup
Certificate: 044786
Filing Date: 12 Nov 1982
Age: 70 years
County of Residence: Troup
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Mattie Lou HUBBARD




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Wife Mattie Lou HUBBARD 1424,1653

         Born: 1904 - Georgia 1653
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       Father: Doc HUBBARD (Cir 1885-      )
       Mother: Annie B. DANIEL (1886-      ) 2417




Children

General Notes: Wife - Mattie Lou HUBBARD

In 1910, Mattie Lou, granddaughter, age 5, is named in the home of John A. DANIEL and Sarah J. FOLDS. Everyone in this household was listed as DANIEL. In 19120, Mattie Lou HUBBARD, age 15, is listed as a daughter in their home.
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Pvt William H. HUBBELL, Sr., Sp AM War and Zalie Corrie NEUMAN




Husband Pvt William H. HUBBELL, Sr., Sp AM War

         Born: 1 Mar 1883 - Carroll County, Missouri
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         Died: 9 Oct 1946 - Harris County, Texas
       Buried:  - Woodlawn Cemetery, Harris County, Texas
     Marriage: 1917 - Harris County, Texas



Wife Zalie Corrie NEUMAN 419

         Born: Oct 1896 - Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 Jan 1996 - Harris County, Texas
       Buried:  - Woodlawn Cemetery, Harris County, Texas


       Father: Herman Conrad NEUMAN (1850-1915)
       Mother: Cora Hill FOOTE (1861-1934) 420



 Other Spouse: DYER


Children
1 M CWO W4 William Herndon HUBBELL, Jr., USN, WWII, Korea

         Born: 6 May 1919 - Harris County, Texas
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         Died: 10 Dec 2001
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       Spouse: Sarah Kathleen (1922-2000)
         Marr: Abt 1947


2 F Dorothy Cora HUBBELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Henry F. BLANCHETTE (1913-1984)



General Notes: Husband - Pvt William H. HUBBELL, Sr., Sp AM War

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MHYW-X77 : accessed 20 May 2015), William H Hubbell Jr. in household of William H Hubbell, District: 105, Houston Ward 7, Harris, Texas, United States; citing sheet 9B, family 204, NARA microfilm publication T625 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,821,814.
William H Hubbell Head M 35 MO US MO
Zalie Hubbell Wife F 23 TX US VA
William H Hubbell Jr. Son M 0 TX MO TX
Rebecca Hubbell Sister F 14 MO US MO

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:HBFV-76Z : accessed 20 May 2015), Dorothy C Hubbell in household of William H Hubbell, Houston, Harris, Texas, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0027, sheet 33B, family 493, line 64, NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 2342; FHL microfilm 2,342,076.
William H Hubbell Head M 47 M 34 MO KY VA Payroll clerk Oil refining Co
Clair [sic, "Claie" for Zalie. RLD] ] C Hubbell Wife F 33 M 20 TX US VA
William H Hubbell Jr. Son M 10 TX MO TX
Dorothy C Hubbell Dau F 9 TX MO TX

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K47K-ZJ7 : accessed 20 May 2015), William Hubbell in household of William Hubbell, Tract 2, Houston, Justice Precinct 1, Harris, Texas, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 258-10, sheet 10A, family 239, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 4190.
William Hubbell Head M 56 MO Clerk Oil refining
Zalie Hubbell Wife F 43 TX
William Hubbell Son M 20 TX Welder Pipe fitting
on 1 April 1935, this family resided in the same house.

William is buried in Block K, Woodlawn Cemetery, Houston, Harris County, Texas. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 55987521:

WILLIAM H HUBBELL
PVT
3 GA INF. SP. AM. WAR
MARCH 1, 1883 OCT. 9. 1946

The memorial includes this note:
William H. Hubbell, Sr., age 63, was born in Missouri to Frank Hubbell and Alice Henderson. His father was born in Kentucky and his mother, in Missouri. He was survived by his wife, Zalie, who was the informant for his death certificate. His son, William H. Hubbell, Jr., is also buried in this plot.


General Notes: Wife - Zalie Corrie NEUMAN

"Carrie is listed as "Zilie" in the 1910 census.

Zalie first married William H. Hubbell. He died in 1946. Zalie married second ___Dyer.

Zalie Corrie Dyer died 26 January1996 in Harris County, Texas. ["Texas, Death Index, 1964-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JVPZ-9Y9 : accessed 20 May 2015), Zalie Corrie Dyer, Harris, Texas, United States; citing Department of State Health Services, Austin.]

Zalie is buried in Block K, Woodlawn Cemetery, Houston, Harris County, Texas. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 55987973:

1896 1996
ZALIE HUBBLE
DYER


Notes: Marriage

Marriage Licenses
William H. Hubbell and Miss Zalie Neuman.
[ [The Houston Chronicle, Houston, Texas, Thursday, June 28, 1917, Page 10]

Mr. and Mrs. William Hubble (nee Zalie Neuman) have returned from their wedding trip and are located in their own home on Twenty-Second Street. [The Houston Chronicle, Houston, Texas, Sunday, July 8, 1917, Page 22]


General Notes: Child - CWO W4 William Herndon HUBBELL, Jr., USN, WWII, Korea

Wm Herndon Hubbell, son of Wm Herndon Hubbell and Zalie Newman [sic, Neuman] was born 6 May 1919 in Houston, Harris County, Texas. His father was age 36, born in Carrollton, Moss., and worked as a stenographer. His mother, a housewife, was age 22, born in Hillsborough [sic], Texas. This was her first child.
["Texas, Birth Certificates, 1903-1935," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X2K2-Z8F : accessed 20 May 2015), Wm Herndon Hubbell, 06 May 1919; citing Houston, Harris, Texas, United States, certificate 22514, Bureau of Vital Statistics. State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 4,518,408.]

William Herndon Hubbell, born 6 May 1919, resided in Houston, Texas, 1996-2001. Possible Relatives: Deborah Hubbell Pfunder, Farah Hubbell, Sarah Kathleen Hubbell. Record Number 54623264. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KPH7-RJD : accessed 20 May 2015), W Hubbell, Residence, Houston, Texas, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]

William H. Hubbell, born 6 May 1919 in Texas, died 10 December 2001 at age 82. His last residence was in Harris County, Texas 77024 ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JLND-VNR : accessed 20 May 2015), William H Hubbell, 10 Dec 2001; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]

Obituary: William H. Hubbell, Jr., 82, Chief Warrant Officer W-4 USN Retired 1936-1957 World War II and Korea. Harris County Sheriffs Deputy 1958-1970, Harris County District Attorney Office 1970-81 retired Chief Investigator, died, December 10, 2001. He was preceded in the death of his loving wife and best friend of 54 years. Survived by his daughters, Karen Massey and Deborah Pfunder; grandchildren, Kyle Pfunder, Christopher Massey, and Carrie Massey; great-grandson, Taylor Massey; his sister, Dorothy Ward as well as other relatives and a host of friends. Graduated from Reagan High School and attended South Texas Junior College. He was a member of the Reagan Lodge 1047 AF & AM and the Hubbell Family Historical Society. Supporter of the USN Memorial Foundation, "Plank Owner". Visitation will be held from 6-8 PM, Wednesday, December 12, 2001, Woodlawn Funeral Home. Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 A.M., Thursday, December 13, 2001 in the Woodlawn Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. Jack T. Carr, officiating. Interment to follow in Woodlawn Garden of Memories Cemetery. [Houston Chronicle, Houston, Texas,Tuesday, December 11, 2001]

William is buried in Block K, Woodlawn Cemetery, Houston, Harris County, Texas. A picture of his headstone, shared wirth his wife, Sarah Kay, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 7061409:

WILLIAM H., JR.
1919 2001
HUBBELL (Masonic emblem)

The memorial presents this note:
Age 82. Chief Warrant Officer W-4 USN Retired 1936-1957 World War II and Korea. Harris County Sheriffs Deputy, Harris County District Attorney office, retired Chief Investigator. PID by his wife of 54 years.


General Notes: Child - Dorothy Cora HUBBELL

Dorothy Cora Hubbell, daughter of William Herndon Hubbell and Zalie Corrie Newman [sic], was born 7 December 1920 in Houston, Harris County, Texas, Her father, a stenographer employed by Gulf Oil Company, was age 36, born in Missouri. Her mother, a housewife, was age 24, born in Hillsborough [sic, Hillsboro], Texas.
["Texas, Birth Certificates, 1903-1935," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X2YJ-QR3 : accessed 20 May 2015), William Herndon Hubbell in entry for Dorothy Cora Hubbell, 07 Dec 1920; citing Houston, Harris, Texas, United States, certificate 67181, Bureau of Vital Statistics. State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 4,519,488.]

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Henry SALLEY, Jr. and Magdalene HUBER




Husband Henry SALLEY, Jr. 1917

          AKA: Heini SALLEY 1917
         Born: Abt 1723 - Zeglingen, Canton Basel, Switzerland
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         Died: 1804
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       Father: Henry SALLEY, Sr. (1690-1765) 1917
       Mother: Maria VON ARX (Abt 1700-      ) 1917


     Marriage: 29 Jul 1744 - Orangeburg, South Carolina



Wife Magdalene HUBER

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       Father: Hans HUBER (      -      )
       Mother: Susannah (      -      )




Children
1 F Ann SALLEY

         Born: 16 Dec 1752 - Orangeburg, South Carolina
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         Died: May 1828 - Barnwell County, South Carolina
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       Spouse: Joseph PENDARVIS (Abt 1759-Abt 1791)
         Marr: Abt 1780
       Spouse: James DANIEL (Abt 1760-1826) 3958
         Marr: After 1793


2 F Margaret SALLEY

         Born: 14 Mar 1754
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General Notes: Child - Ann SALLEY

Ann SALLEY married first Joseph PENDARVIS and second James DANIEL, both of Camden District and York County, South Carolina. Ann and James moved to Orangeburgh, South Carolina after 1791, that part later to become Barnwell District.

In her last will and testament, Ann lists her children in the following order: Ursula JENNINGS, Elizabeth ZEIGLER, Ann ZEIGLER, William PENDARVIS, and James PENDARVIS, perhaps their order of birth.

Ann (Salley Pendarvis) DANIEL's Last Will & Testament in SC Archives: Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0005 Frame: 00411 item: 00 Date: 1828/05/14. South Carolina Will Transcripts (Microcopy No 9)
WILL OF ANN DANIEL
In the name of God Amen, I Ann DANIEL of Barnwell District in the State of South Carolina being of Sound mind and disposing memory and inderstanding do make and publish this my last will and testament, as follows, that is to say, I give devise and bequeath my plantation whereon I now live, my negro boy slave called Phil, my negro dirl [sic] called Patirnce one third part of all my household and Kitchen furniture including bedding of every description, my mare usually called Jenny, my horse called Belford, one third part of my Stock of cattle, hogs, and Sheep, my loom all my spinning wheels and cards, the Whole of my stock of Poultry, my Waggon and geers, all my blacksmiths and carpenter's tools, one third part of my plantation tools, my riding chair and all my saddles and bridles, one half of all the provisions of every description, and all the money that I may leave at the time of my decease, unto my grandson Joseph JENNINGS his heirs executors and afsigns [sic] in trust and upon this exprefs [sic] condition and in confidence that he the said Joseph JENNINGS will permit and suffer my daughter Ursula JENNINGS to have use and enjoy all the said property real and personal for and during the term of her life without being subject or in any way liable to the control or interference of her present or any future husband, or to his or their debts or contracts. upon the decease of my daughter the said Ursula JENNINGS, I then give devise and bequeath all the said property real and personal unto the children of my said daughter who may be living at the time of her death Share and share alike. The ifsue of any deceased child or children taking between them if more than one, the share which his her or their father or mother if alive would be entitled to; for ever -
All my estate real and personal of every nature or discription not herein otherwise disposed of as follows I do dispose of as follows; my will and desire is that the same may be divided into four equal parts and one of those parts, I give devise and bequeath unto the children of my deceased daughter Elizabeth ZEIGLER the late wife of Conr[a]d ZEIGLER, foe ever share and share alike; one other part I give devise and bequeath unto my daughter Ann ZEIGLER wife of Jacob ZEIGLER for and during her life, and upon her death unto her children then living share and share alike for ever; one other part I give devise and bequaeth unto my son William PENDARVIS for and during his life, and upon his death, unto his children then living foe ever share and share alike; and the other part, I give devise and bequeath unto the children of my son James PENDARVIS deceased foever share and share alike and my will and desire is that if any child or children should die leaving ifsue [sic], that such ifsue [sic] do take between them, if more than one the part or share which their parent if alive would take, and if but one, that he or she do take his or her parents part ot [sic] share; My will and desire is, and it is my exprefs [sic] entention [sic] that this my last will and testament shal not affect or in any way dispose of any right or interest which I may have in the estate real or personal of my former husband Joseph PENDARVIS deceased. Witnfs [sic] my hand and seal this eleventh day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven signed, sealed and published by the said Ann DANIEL as and for her last will and testament before us who at her request and in her presence subscribed our names as witnefses [sic] thereto
her
Ann X DANIEL L S
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Br. BRUTON
G I TROTTI
A PATTERSON
Recorded in will Book "C", Page 36.
Recorded May 14, 1828.
Orsamus D. ALLEN Ordinary Barnwell District.
Bundle 50, Package 3.

DANIEL, ANN OF BARNWELL DISTRICT, WILL TYPESCRIPT (MSS WILL: BOOK C, PAGE 36; ESTATE PACKET: BDL 50, PKG 3) (2 FRAMES).
Description: DANIEL, Ann OF Barnwell District, Will Typescript (MSS Will: Book C, PAGE 36; Estate Packet: BDL 50, Pkg 3) (2 Frames). Names Indexed: DANIEL, Ann/Phil (Slave)/Patience (Slave)/JENNINGS, Joseph/JENNINGS, Ursula/ZEIGLER, Elizabeth/ZEIGLER, Conrad/ZEIGLER, Ann/ZEIGLER, Jacob/PENDARVIS, William/PENDARVIS, James/PENDARVIS, Joseph/BRUTON, B./TROTTI, G. I./PATTERSON, A. Locations: Barnwell District.

As of 1828/05/14, who are:
Ann (Salley Pendarvis) DANIEL, d. 1 May 1828, 2w/o James DANIEL, 1w/o Joseph PENDARVIS, d. 1791
Ann (Daniel) ZEIGLER, w/o Jacob ZEIGLER (This Ann d/o James and Ann Salley DANIEL)
Jacob ZEIGLER, h/o Ann DANIEL (?Allendale Co. Info: Jacob ZEIGLER vs Wm. B. Cetchinton? Mon. 29 Mar. 1824 Assumpsit? Gantt & Trotti layers, decree for plntff for $25.50 int. From 1 Jan. 1821 (BCH Common Pleas Journal 1822-32 page 125). Jacob ZEIGLER vs James MILHOUSE! - Assumpset? Gantt & Trotti, Jury #2 for pltff $120 int. From 22 Jan. 1821 till paid & costs, Jno. Allen foreman (Mon. 3 Nov. 1823)(BCH Common Pleas Journal 1822-32 page 83) Source: http://sciway3.net/clark/allendale/zeigler.html#ToZeigler (http://sciway3.net/clark/allendale/zeigler.html)
Joseph JENNINGS?
Ursula Pendarvis JENNINGS, w/o Phillip JENNINGS, m. Abt 1760.
Elizabeth (Pendarvis) ZEIGLER, d. Nov 1828?
Conrad ZEIGLER?
William PENDARVIS, s/o Joseph & Ann Salley PENDARVIS
James PENDARVIS, s/o Joseph & Ann Salley PENDARVIS, d. Bef 1828?, mentioned as deceased?
Jacob ZEIGLER, d. Bef 1828?, mentioned as deceased?
Joseph PENDARVIS
B. BRUTONG. I. TROTTI
A. PATTERSON
(Source: http://www.familyworkings.com/gedcoms/pendarvis/dat0.htm#8 http://www.familyworkings.com/gedcoms/pendarvis/dat0.htm.)

?Henry HUTTO born 1815, Bamberg, South Carolina, married 1846, in Bamberg, South Carolina, Martha Mildred ZEIGLER, born 2 Dec 1815, Bamberg, South Carolina, (daughter of Jacob ZEIGLER and Ann PENDARVIS) died 18 Jun 1858, Bamberg, South Carolina. Henry (HUTTO)died 12 Apr 1865, CSA. He was rich, had two plantations, and 60 Negro slaves. Henry was also in the Indian Wars.
Children: i Henrietta Minerva L. HUTTO born 7 Jun 1858, Bamberg, South Carolina, married 11 Sep 1884, in Bamberg, South Carolina, William Elliott SPANN, born 29 Nov 1859, Lexington, South Carolina, (son of Phillip Churchill SPANN and Jane Adella STEADMAN) died 12 Mar 1946, Bamberg, South Carolina. Henrietta died 29 Feb 1908, Bamberg, South Carolina. (Source; http://members.tripod.com/~jack0204/gen/hutto/orangeburgh.htm)

Cases listed in Barnwell Equity and Chancery Court Microfilm Box 22, Group no. 43-44 - FHL US/CAN Film 192328, BOX 22 GROUP 44, frame 372 Joseph ROBINSON Exors of John ROBINSON vs James W. MAXWELL Admr of Ann DANIEL 11-15-1830
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Willis B. HUCKABEE and Catherine HUDSON




Husband Willis B. HUCKABEE

         Born: 25 Jul 1801 - Cumberland County, North Carolina
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         Died: 30 Apr 1875 - Kershaw County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: Richard HUCKABEE (      -1833)
       Mother: Mary BOOKER (      -1845)


     Marriage: 22 Jul 1821



Wife Catherine HUDSON

         Born: 26 Jul 1800 - North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Jun 1869 - Kershaw County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Sarah Ann "Sallie" HUCKABEE

         Born: 1822 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 Nov 1864 - Lowndes County, Alabama
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ananias BELL (1818-1872)
         Marr: 15 Feb 1844 - South Carolina



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Francis R. HUCKABY and Willie Norman STRAIN




Husband Francis R. HUCKABY 1905

         Born: 10 Jul 1848 - Alabama 1905
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 Feb 1925 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Fairfield Cemetery


       Father: John Fuller HUCKABY (1810-1883) 1905
       Mother: Elizabeth Parmelia RIDDLE (1816-1902) 1905


     Marriage: 



Wife Willie Norman STRAIN

         Born: 13 Mar 1854
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 Dec 1908 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Fairfield Cemetery


Children

General Notes: Husband - Francis R. HUCKABY

Francis Riddle HUCKABY's grave in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas, is indexed as: "Huckaby, F[rancis] R[iddle] 07/10/1848 - 02/14/1925 *O*; h/o Willie N." (http://209.85.215.104/search?q=cache:EVL_ZSuAyQEJ:ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/cemeteries/fairfld.txt+%22Elizabeth+Permelia+Riddle%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2&gl=us)


General Notes: Wife - Willie Norman STRAIN

Willie Nornan HUCKABY's grave in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas, is indexed as: "Huckaby, Willie [Norman] S[train] 03/13/1854 - 12/11/1908 w/o Francis R." (http://209.85.215.104/search?q=cache:EVL_ZSuAyQEJ:ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/cemeteries/fairfld.txt+%22Elizabeth+Permelia+Riddle%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2&gl=us)
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James W. HUCKABY




Husband James W. HUCKABY

         Born: 10 Oct 1844
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 Jul 1852 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Huckaby Cemetery


       Father: John Fuller HUCKABY (1810-1883) 1905
       Mother: Elizabeth Parmelia RIDDLE (1816-1902) 1905





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John F. HUCKABY




Husband John F. HUCKABY

         Born: 10 Apr 1834
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Jun 1853 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Huckaby Cemetery


       Father: John Fuller HUCKABY (1810-1883) 1905
       Mother: Elizabeth Parmelia RIDDLE (1816-1902) 1905





Wife

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John Fuller HUCKABY and Elizabeth Parmelia RIDDLE




Husband John Fuller HUCKABY 1905

         Born: 10 Nov 1810 - North Carolina 1905
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 Jun 1883 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Fairfield Cemetery
     Marriage: 20 Feb 1831 - Alabama



Wife Elizabeth Parmelia RIDDLE 1905

         Born: 12 Feb 1816 - Georgia 1905
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Oct 1902 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Fairfield Cemetery


       Father: Archibald RIDDLE (1762-Bef 1826)
       Mother: Elizabeth TATE (Abt 1777-1830)




Children
1 M Sgt William Archibald HUCKABY, Sr., CSA

         Born: 5 Jul 1832 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 Apr 1865
       Buried:  - Fairfield Cemetery
       Spouse: Kizie BONNER (1837-1924)


2 M John F. HUCKABY

         Born: 10 Apr 1834
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Jun 1853 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Huckaby Cemetery



3 M Samuel A. HUCKABY

         Born: 3 Apr 1836
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 Nov 1854 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Fairfield Cemetery



4 F Sallie E. HUCKABY 1905

         Born: Abt 1839 - Alabama 1905
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M Robert S. HUCKABY 1905

         Born: 10 Mar 1840 - Alabama 1905
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Jul 1860 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Fairfield Cemetery



6 M James W. HUCKABY

         Born: 10 Oct 1844
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 Jul 1852 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Huckaby Cemetery



7 M Francis R. HUCKABY 1905

         Born: 10 Jul 1848 - Alabama 1905
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 Feb 1925 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Fairfield Cemetery
       Spouse: Willie Norman STRAIN (1854-1908)


8 F Mary Frances HUCKABY 1905,3280

         Born: 9 Oct 1854 - Freestone County, Texas 1905
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 Mar 1915 - Freestone County, Texas 4429
       Buried:  - Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas 4429
       Spouse: Sidney A. FRYER (1848-1914)
         Marr: 29 Nov 1877 - Freestone County, Texas



General Notes: Husband - John Fuller HUCKABY

1860 U.S. Census, Texas, Freestone County, Fairfield P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1294 Page: 407: 341 347 John F. HUCKABY 50 M Farmer 5000 22,000 NC; Elizabeth P. 44 F GA; Sally E. 21 F AL; Robt L. 18 M AL; Francis R. 12 M AL; Mary F. 6 F TX.
Next door is their son:
341 348 Wm A. HUCKABY 27 M Farmer 9150 GA; Kizie 22 F AL.

John Fuller HUCKABY's grave in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas, is indexed as: "Huckaby, John F[uller Sr.] 11/10/1810 - 06/18/1883" (http://209.85.215.104/search?q=cache:EVL_ZSuAyQEJ:ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/cemeteries/fairfld.txt+%22Elizabeth+Permelia+Riddle%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2&gl=us)


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Parmelia RIDDLE

"I am a descendant of Archibald RIDDLE through his daughter Elizabeth Parmelia, b 12 Feb 1816. She m John Fuller HUCKABY 20 Feb 1831 at Dr. James HATCHER's home on Hatcher's Bluff on the Alabama River, Camden AL. He was her uncle & guardian after the death of her parents. They moved to Freestone County, Texas in 1849. I have the wine glasses used at the wee-long celebratio of their 50th wedding anniversary--a...occasion in 1881! I will gladly share information with you." (Barbara Fryer Price, GenForum @ Genealogy.com, June 20, 2000, in reply to "Archibald RIDDLE b.5-14-1762 d. 1826 by Robert E. HATCHER.)

From: http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/cemeteries/huckaby.txt
Freestone County, Texas, Huckaby Cemetery
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Directions: Located 3 miles E on Highway 84, turn left. Go down a very crooked
road for 1 to 1.5 miles. Marker will be on left about 100 yards off road.
Enclosed with iron fence.
Graves at Fryer's Springs (now Wildwood). Only has one tall stone marker with
memorials for two people. The graves are surrounded by an iron fence and are
located between a two-story home and a trailer home on the west side of the
main Wildwood Road.
Oldest Marked Grave: July 8, 1852
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[Huckaby,] James W. born Oct 10, 1844 died July 8, 1852.
[Huckaby,] John F. born Apr 10, 1834 died June 22, 1853.
[These were two sons sons of John Fuller Huckaby and Elizabeth Permelia
Riddle.]
[According to P. D. Browne:
William Francis Daniel (8/25/1811-9/12/1872) and his first wife, Frances
(Riddle) Daniel are buried in an unmarked graves near their old homestead at
Fryer's Springs. In 1976 he placed a memorial plaque for Frances at Fairfield
cemetery.]

Elizabeth Permelia's grave in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas, is indexed as: "HUCKEBY Elizabeth [Permelia Riddle] 02/12/1816 - 10/22/1902" (http://209.85.215.104/search?q=cache:EVL_ZSuAyQEJ:ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/cemeteries/fairfld.txt+%22Elizabeth+Permelia+Riddle%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2&gl=us)


General Notes: Child - Sgt William Archibald HUCKABY, Sr., CSA

1860 U.S. Census, Texas, Freestone County, Fairfield P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1294 Page: 407: 341 348 Wm A. HUCKABY 27 M Farmer 9150 GA; Kizie 22 F AL
Next door are William's parents:
341 347 John F. HUCKABY 50 M Farmer 5000 22,000 NC; Elizabeth P. 44 F GA; Sally E. 21 F AL; Robt L. 18 M AL; Francis R. 12 M AL; Mary F. 6 F TX.

William Archibald HUCKABY's grave in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas, is indexed as: "Huckaby, William A[rchibald Sr.] 07/05/1832 - 04/09/1865 CSA - TX Sgt" (http://209.85.215.104/search?q=cache:EVL_ZSuAyQEJ:ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/cemeteries/fairfld.txt+%22Elizabeth+Permelia+Riddle%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2&gl=us)


General Notes: Child - Samuel A. HUCKABY

Samuel A. HUCKABY's grave in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas, is indexed as: "Huckaby, Sam[uel] A. 04/03/1836 - 11/17/1854 s/o J.F. & E.P." (http://209.85.215.104/search?q=cache:EVL_ZSuAyQEJ:ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/cemeteries/fairfld.txt+%22Elizabeth+Permelia+Riddle%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2&gl=us)11/17/1854 s/o J.F. & E.P."


General Notes: Child - Sallie E. HUCKABY

Sallie E. HUCKABY's grave in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas, is indexed as:"Huckaby, Sallie E. 06/23/1838 - 09/20/1886 d/o J.F. & E.P." (http://209.85.215.104/search?q=cache:EVL_ZSuAyQEJ:ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/cemeteries/fairfld.txt+%22Elizabeth+Permelia+Riddle%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2&gl=us)


General Notes: Child - Robert S. HUCKABY

Robert S. HUCKABY's grave in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas, is indexed as: "Huckaby, Robert S. 03/10/1840 - 07/22/1860 s/o J.F. & E.P." (http://209.85.215.104/search?q=cache:EVL_ZSuAyQEJ:ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/cemeteries/fairfld.txt+%22Elizabeth+Permelia+Riddle%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2&gl=us)


General Notes: Child - Francis R. HUCKABY

Francis Riddle HUCKABY's grave in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas, is indexed as: "Huckaby, F[rancis] R[iddle] 07/10/1848 - 02/14/1925 *O*; h/o Willie N." (http://209.85.215.104/search?q=cache:EVL_ZSuAyQEJ:ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/cemeteries/fairfld.txt+%22Elizabeth+Permelia+Riddle%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2&gl=us)


General Notes: Child - Mary Frances HUCKABY

Mary Frances HUCKABY was called "Fannie." She married Sidney A. FRYER.

Fannie is buried in Fairfield Cemetery, Fairfield, Freestone County, Texas. Find A Grave Memorial# 51907864 created by Harold N. Womble on May 02, 2010 lists her birth on Oct. 9, 1854 in Fairfield, Freestone County, Texas, her death on Mar. 31, 1915 in Fairfield, Freestone County, Texas, and her husband as Sidney Augustus FRYER (1848 - 1914).

Fannie M. FRYER's grave is indexed as "Fryer, Fannie M[ary Huckaby] 10/09/1854 - 03/31/1915 w/o Sidney A.; *D*" [http://files.usgwarchives.net/tx/freestone/cemetery/fairfld.txt]

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Robert S. HUCKABY




Husband Robert S. HUCKABY 1905

         Born: 10 Mar 1840 - Alabama 1905
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Jul 1860 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Fairfield Cemetery


       Father: John Fuller HUCKABY (1810-1883) 1905
       Mother: Elizabeth Parmelia RIDDLE (1816-1902) 1905





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General Notes: Husband - Robert S. HUCKABY

Robert S. HUCKABY's grave in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas, is indexed as: "Huckaby, Robert S. 03/10/1840 - 07/22/1860 s/o J.F. & E.P." (http://209.85.215.104/search?q=cache:EVL_ZSuAyQEJ:ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/cemeteries/fairfld.txt+%22Elizabeth+Permelia+Riddle%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2&gl=us)
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Sallie E. HUCKABY




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Wife Sallie E. HUCKABY 1905

         Born: Abt 1839 - Alabama 1905
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Father: John Fuller HUCKABY (1810-1883) 1905
       Mother: Elizabeth Parmelia RIDDLE (1816-1902) 1905




Children

General Notes: Wife - Sallie E. HUCKABY

Sallie E. HUCKABY's grave in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas, is indexed as:"Huckaby, Sallie E. 06/23/1838 - 09/20/1886 d/o J.F. & E.P." (http://209.85.215.104/search?q=cache:EVL_ZSuAyQEJ:ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/cemeteries/fairfld.txt+%22Elizabeth+Permelia+Riddle%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2&gl=us)

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Samuel A. HUCKABY




Husband Samuel A. HUCKABY

         Born: 3 Apr 1836
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 Nov 1854 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Fairfield Cemetery


       Father: John Fuller HUCKABY (1810-1883) 1905
       Mother: Elizabeth Parmelia RIDDLE (1816-1902) 1905





Wife

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General Notes: Husband - Samuel A. HUCKABY

Samuel A. HUCKABY's grave in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas, is indexed as: "Huckaby, Sam[uel] A. 04/03/1836 - 11/17/1854 s/o J.F. & E.P." (http://209.85.215.104/search?q=cache:EVL_ZSuAyQEJ:ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/cemeteries/fairfld.txt+%22Elizabeth+Permelia+Riddle%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2&gl=us)11/17/1854 s/o J.F. & E.P."
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William Archibald HUCKABY, Jr.




Husband William Archibald HUCKABY, Jr.

         Born: 7 Dec 1861
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 Dec 1924 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Fairfield Cemetery


       Father: Sgt William Archibald HUCKABY, Sr., CSA (1832-1865)
       Mother: Kizie BONNER (1837-1924)





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Children

General Notes: Husband - William Archibald HUCKABY, Jr.

William Archibald HUCKABY, Jr.'s grave in Fairfield Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas, is indexed as: "Huckaby, W[illiam] A[rchibald Jr.] 12/07/1861 - 12/31/1924" (http://209.85.215.104/search?q=cache:EVL_ZSuAyQEJ:ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/cemeteries/fairfld.txt+%22Elizabeth+Permelia+Riddle%22&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=2&gl=us)
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Emil HUDEC and Marian Cathleen McCAULEY




Husband Emil HUDEC

         Born: Cir 1917
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     Marriage: 



Wife Marian Cathleen McCAULEY 3648

         Born: 23 Apr 1919 - Aberdeen, Bingham County, Idaho
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 Feb 1985 - New Orleans, Louisiana
       Buried: 


       Father: Nelson McCAULEY (1866-1945) 3648
       Mother: Mary Angeline CASADY (1873-1970) 3640,3647,3648



 Other Spouse: Lawrence ULLRICH


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Inez HUDGENS




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Wife Inez HUDGENS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Shafter R. HUDGENS (1899-1981)
       Mother: Katie Sally BRAND (1901-      )




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Louisa HUDGENS




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Wife Louisa HUDGENS 1184

         Born: Oct 1886 - Georgia
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       Father: HUDGENS (Cir 1860-Bef 1900)
       Mother: Lottie A. (1865-      ) 1184




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Margaret B. HUDGENS




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Wife Margaret B. HUDGENS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Shafter R. HUDGENS (1899-1981)
       Mother: Katie Sally BRAND (1901-      )




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Mary E. HUDGENS




Husband (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary E. HUDGENS 1184

         Born: Jul 1884 - Georgia 1184
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       Father: HUDGENS (Cir 1860-Bef 1900)
       Mother: Lottie A. (1865-      ) 1184




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Rosa L. HUDGENS




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Wife Rosa L. HUDGENS 1184

         Born: Jul 1891 - Georgia 1184
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       Father: HUDGENS (Cir 1860-Bef 1900)
       Mother: Lottie A. (1865-      ) 1184




Children

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Thomas A. HUDGENS




Husband Thomas A. HUDGENS (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Father: Shafter R. HUDGENS (1899-1981)
       Mother: Katie Sally BRAND (1901-      )





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Victory l. HUDGENS




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Wife Victory l. HUDGENS (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Father: Shafter R. HUDGENS (1899-1981)
       Mother: Katie Sally BRAND (1901-      )




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HUDSON and Lillian Lurline ROSSER




Husband HUDSON

         Born: Cir 1905
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         Died: 
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     Marriage: 



Wife Lillian Lurline ROSSER 1360

         Born: 1 Sep 1907 1360
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 Nov 1996 - Meriwether County, Georgia 1360
       Buried:  - Myrtle Hill Cemetery 1360


       Father: Frank ROSSER (      -      )
       Mother: Susan DENNEY (      -      )



 Other Spouse: Willie Marshall KEITH (1905-1980) 1360 - Bef 1936


Children

General Notes: Wife - Lillian Lurline ROSSER

GEORGIA - Coweta County - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 8, Posted By: GenealogyBuff, Tuesday, 2 June 2009 at http://www.genealogybuff.com/ucd/webbbs_config.pl/noframes/read/3671
MRS. LURLINE ROSSER KEITH
Mrs. Lurline Rosser Keith, 89, of Greenville died Nov. 13, 1996 at Georgia Baptist Meriwether Hospital in Warm Springs. Born Sept. 1, 1907 in Meriwether County, Mrs. Keith was the daughter of the late Frank and Susie Denney Rosser. She was a lifelong resident of Meriwether County and was a member of Union Baptist Church. Mrs. Hudson was the widow of the late W. Marshall Keith and was preceded in death by her daughters, Patsy Willingham and Jane Cato. Funeral services were held Nov. 14 at Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home with the Rev. Jonathan Porter officiating. Interment followed at Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville with Homer Flory, Alfred Daniel, James Cato Jr., D.R. Ward, Jack Parker, Dan Branch and Willis Woodruff serving as pallbearers. Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. (Susie) Roberts of Grantville; sons-in-law, Gene Cato of Greenville, Russell Willingham of Hogansville; grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Terry (Cindy) Ledford of Greenville, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick (Caroline) Nivens of Hogansville, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willingham of Hogansville; six great-grandchildren. Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home, Hogansville.
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HUDSON




Husband HUDSON

         Born: Cir 1720
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Children
1 F Elisheba HUDSON

          AKA: Elizabeth HUDSON
         Born: Cir 1752
   Christened: 
         Died: 1833
       Buried: 
       Spouse: William TATE, RS-VA (Cir 1748-1814)
         Marr: 14 Sep 1780


2 F Rebecca HUDSON

         Born: 1742
   Christened: 12 Mar 1742
         Died: 30 Sep 1816
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James TATE, RS-VA (Cir 1746-1798)
         Marr: 1766 - Louisa County, Virginia



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Clayton ULMER and Anna L. HUDSON




Husband Clayton ULMER 806

         Born: May 1865 - Florida 806
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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     Marriage: 18 Mar 1894

 Other Spouse: Susan Frances SELLARS (1888-1920) - 28 Mar 1920 - Grady County, Georgia



Wife Anna L. HUDSON 806

         Born: 28 Dec 1873 806
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 Nov 1919 - Grady County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: J. H. HUDSON (      -      )
       Mother: Eudoxy (      -      )




Children
1 M Arvis C. ULMER 806

         Born: Jan 1895 - Decatur County, Georgia 806
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Spouse: Jewel Rixford WALDEN (Abt 1897-      )
         Marr: 18 Jan 1920 - Grady County, Georgia


2 M Rufus P. ULMER 806,4742

         Born: Aug 1896 - Decatur County, Georgia 806
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mabel JOYNER (1901-      ) 4742
         Marr: 9 Mar 1918 - Grady County, Georgia


3 F Bessie L. ULMER 806

         Born: Feb 1898 - Decatur County, Georgia 806
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Spouse: John E. ELKINS (1895-      )
         Marr: 16 Dec 1917 - Grady County, Georgia


4 F Mamie ULMER 806

         Born: Mar 1900 - Decatur County, Georgia 806
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Harvey L. JONES (Cir 1898-      )
         Marr: 13 Jul 1919 - Grady County, Georgia


5 F Claudia ULMER 4743

         Born: 1902 - Decatur County, Georgia 4742
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F Lillian ULMER 4743

         Born: 1904 - Decatur County, Georgia 4742
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         Died: 
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7 M Joe A. ULMER 4743

         Born: 1906 - Grady County, Georgia 4742
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         Died: 
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8 M Robert C. ULMER 4743

         Born: 1908 - Grady County, Georgia 4742
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



9 F Irene ULMER 4742

         Born: 1911 - Grady County, Georgia 4742
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



10 F Lois ULMER 4742

         Born: 1913 - Grady County, Georgia 4742
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




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 - Anna L. HUDSON

Grady County GaArchives Obituaries.....Ulmer, Anna Lee Hudson November 3, 1919
File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by: Janet Sumner http://www.rootsweb.com/~archreg/vols/00011.html#0002510 February 25, 2005, 10:28 am
"Cairo Messenger, November 7, 1919 In Memory of Mrs. Clayton ULMER It is with a cloud of sadness that we try to comply with the request of our dear brother deacon, Clayton ULMER, in penning a few words in the memory of his dear companion who was born December 28th, 1873. She was the daughter of J. H. and Eudoxy HUDSON and was married to Clayton ULMER on March 18, 1894, and to this union was born ten children; six girls and four boys, all of who are living. Sister ULMER, whose religious persuasion was of the Primitive Baptist, or Baptist of the Primitive faith and order rejoicing in and being contact with the glorious doctrine of God, our Saviour, according to the scriptures of divine inspiration, having been for some years a faithful member and deaconess of the church at Tired Creek, having been received and baptized into the fellowship of this church by Elder Wm. HOLLINGSWORTH, whereby a Godly work she manifested to all that the grace of God by which she was saved, taught her to deny that which was not Godly and the lust of this world and to live soberly, righteously and Godly in this present world. She was of a kind, loving disposition which she manifested to all in her community when in a needy or distressful condition. She was a faithful wife and companion to her husband, ready at all times to share in his sorrows as well as his joys, devoted and loving mother, and a friend to all. After a short illness, she departed this life November 3rd, 1919, and to us it may seem hard to give her up, but God seen fit to call her home from the cares of this life, and we should all bow in humble submission to Him for we have the sweet assurance that she died in the Lord whom, it is said, "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord." Then to the father, mother, husband, children and all who so keenly feel the deep stroke of Providence, we would say: "Weep not as those who have no hope, for it, we believe, that Christ died and was buried and arose again from the dead, them also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with Him." Then we pray that God through the comforting influence of the Holy Spirit will give the sweet peace of reconciliation and make us all to feel that death is only the gateway to never ending joy and bliss, to all the blood washed throng. May God's blessings rest upon all those precious girls and may they live to emulate the life of such a noble mother. Submitted in love to you all, J. J. TURNIPSEED"
(http://ftp.rootsweb.ancestry.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/grady/obits/u/ob6517ulmer.txt0


General Notes: Child - Arvis C. ULMER

ULMER, Arvis C. WALDEN, Jewel Rixford 18 Jan 1920 A 520 (Marriage Records, Book A, http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gagrady2/vitalstats/bookagrooms.html)
Other ULMER Marriages in Grady County:
ULMER, Clayton McRORY, Mrs. Susan 28 Mar 1920 A 530
ULMER, H.M. MATHEWS, Lou H. 15 May 1910 A 155
ULMER, Bessie Lee ELKINS, John E. 16 Dec 1917 A 443
ULMER, Claudia SMITH, Joe D. 09 Jan 1921 A 565
ULMER, Lillian ELKINS, Gedie 23 Jan 1921 A 564
ULMER, Mamie JONES, Harvey L. 13 Jul 1919 A 493


General Notes: Child - Rufus P. ULMER

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Grady County, Whigham, Militia Dist 720; Series: T625 Roll: 257 Page: 171: 168 176 ULMER Rufus Head M W 21 M GA FL AL Farm G. farm; -- Mabell Wife F W 18 M GA GA GA; -- Cylde Son M W 0/12 M [sic] GA GA GA.
Two homes away is Jewel R. WALDEN, 21, single, living with her widowed mother and two brothers. Jewel would marry Rufus' brother, Arvis, on 18 January 1920.
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Barry Gregg HUDSON




Husband Barry Gregg HUDSON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Benjamine Grover HUDSON, Jr.
       Mother: Benjie Ruth EIDSON





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Benjamine Grover HUDSON III




Husband Benjamine Grover HUDSON III (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Benjamine Grover HUDSON, Jr.
       Mother: Benjie Ruth EIDSON





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William TATE, RS-VA and Elisheba HUDSON




Husband William TATE, RS-VA

         Born: Cir 1748 - Trinity Parish, Louisa County, Virginia
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       Father: William TATE (1716-1781)
       Mother: Lucy BULLOCK (Cir 1720-      )


     Marriage: 14 Sep 1780



Wife Elisheba HUDSON

          AKA: Elizabeth HUDSON
         Born: Cir 1752
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       Father: HUDSON (Cir 1720-      )
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1 M John TATE

         Born: Cir 1779
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2 M Enos minor TATE

         Born: 1781
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3 M Charles Hudson TATE

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4 M William TATE, Jr.

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5 F Susannah TATE

         Born: Cir 1784
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       Spouse: John BANKS (      -      )
         Marr: 1806


6 M Daniel Minor TATE

         Born: Cir 1786
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       Spouse: Margaret C. DENTON (living)


7 M David TATE

         Born: Cir 1788
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       Spouse: Frances TATE (      -      )
         Marr: 14 Jan 1813


8 M James TATE

         Born: 1791
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       Spouse: Marie S. VERDELL (      -      )
         Marr: 14 Jan 1813


9 F Lucy TATE

         Born: 5 Mar 1792 - Elbert County, Georgia
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         Died: 6 Aug 1871 - Elbert County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Stinchcomb Methodist Church Cemetery, Elbert  County, Georgia
       Spouse: Benjamin ANDREW III (1788-1882)
         Marr: 18 Dec 1817 - Elbert County, Georgia


10 F Elizabeth TATE

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       Spouse: George UPSHAW (      -      )
         Marr: 4 Jan 1820



General Notes: Husband - William TATE, RS-VA

File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by: Dixie Tait Kirton leetait@alltel.net April 4, 2004, 10:29 pm Author: Mrs. Ethel Updike The Tate Families of Elbert County, Georgia. Part One Tate and Allied Families of the South Ethel S. Updike 1971 Published by The Hobby Press Salt Lake City, Utah Vol. 1:
PG 39 WILLIAM TATE, b. ca. 1748 Trinity Parish, Louisa Co., VA, a patriot, died Elbert Co., GA testate, Apr 1814 md Louisa Co., Va Elisheba Hudson, b. ca. 1752 VA. sis. of Rebecca Hudson. Rev. William Douglas christened two of their children. They migrated to Elbert Co., Ga., prob. with is brother James Tate family at Christmas time 1783. On 14 Sep 1780 William Tate of Louisa Co., VA and w. Elisheba, (some times spelled Elizabeth) and Zimri Tate, ex. of William Tate Sr. dec'd and w. Martha sold to Benjamin Nelson 385 acres in Louisa Co., VA adj. Richard Matthews, On Pamunky River and Christopher's Run. sig. William, Zimri and Eliz. Tate. (Estate of their father William Tate Sr.) His will 30 March 1814 Elbert Co., GA prob. 2 May 1814 w. Elisheba, Ch: John Tate 100 acres including the plantation wheron he now lives, William Tate 100 acres adj. the land he purchased of R. L. Tate, James Tate 100 acres including the place where he formerly lived, David, Daniel and Enos Tate the other 400 acres. Enos to have the home place, Lucy Betsy and Susanna Tate. Ex David Hudson and sons John and William Tate. wit. Samuel, James Watkins and Zimri Tate. In 1827 his widow Eliz. Tate recieved one draw in the land lottery as a wid. of a revolutionary soldier. She died in 1833 testate, though I have failed to locate her will. On 6 Dec 1833 David Hudson ex. of the estate of Elisheba Tate dec'd wid of William Tate dec'd at the time of her demise, Sep. Court 1833 to: James, Daniel, John Tate, B. Andrews, John Banks, George Upshaw, wit. James, Samuel Watkins and Zimri Tate. REF: Douglas Reg. Louisa Co., VA deed bk F pg 43, will bk. 2 pg 401, bk 3 pg 86, ELBERT Co., GA will bk K pg 84, Court Rec., 1833 p. 322, land lottery p 248, Elbert Co., Mar Rec. Children Born: Trinity Parish, Louisa Co., VA or Elbert Co, GA John Tate b. ca. 1779 Enos Miner Tate b. 1781 Charles Hudson Tate bap 17 Feb. 1782 William Tate, bap. 13 Oct 1782 Susanna Tate, b.ca. 1784 md 1806 John Banks Daniel Miner Tate b. ca. 1786 md Margaret C. Denton David Tate b. ca. 1788 md 14 Jan 1813 Frances Tate James Tate, b. 1791 md 14 Jan 1813 Maria S. Verdell Lucy Tate b. ca. 1793 md 18 Dec 1817 Benjamin Andres Elizabeth (Betsy) Tate b. ca. 1795 md 4 Jan 1820 George Upshaw.

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Elsie F. HUDSON




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Wife Elsie F. HUDSON

         Born: Aug 1897 - Dooly County, Georgia
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       Father: Elijah Daniel HUDSON (1866-1934)
       Mother: Narcissa BURGESS (1869-1927)




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Eula M. HUDSON




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Wife Eula M. HUDSON

         Born: 1 Apr 1894 - Dooly County, Georgia
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       Father: Elijah Daniel HUDSON (1866-1934)
       Mother: Narcissa BURGESS (1869-1927)




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General Notes: Wife - Eula M. HUDSON

Eula Mae Hudson married Curtis B. Peavy on 24 November 1912.

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John HUDSON




Husband John HUDSON 3383

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1 F Anne Maria HUDSON 3383

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General Notes: Husband - John HUDSON

of Albemarle County, Virginia.
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John TAYLOR and Julianna HUDSON




Husband John TAYLOR 602

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Wife Julianna HUDSON 602

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       Father: Henry HUDSON (      -      ) 602
       Mother: Mary (      -      ) 602



 Other Spouse: Lord Deputy Benjamin LAKER, Esq. (      -1701) 581 - 17 May 1696 - Perquimans County, North Carolina 602


Children

General Notes: Wife - Julianna HUDSON

HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY As Compiled from Records Found There and Elsewhere, Mrs. Watson Winslow, Raleigh, Edwards & Broughton Co., 1931:
"Julianna Tailor, m 2d Benjamin Laker Esq, May 17, 1696. (His third wife.)"
"The Tailor family is represented in Berkeley Par Reg, by the following:
John Tailor, s of John & wife Julianna, b Mch 7, 1690.
Thomas Tailor, Dept this Life, Desember 9, 1687.
John Tailor, Dept this Life febuary 2, 1688, at Grassy \emdash (Point).
Elizabeth Tailor, d of Jonathan, & Elizabeth b Desember 5, 1693, died Sept 28, 1694.
Jonathan Tailor, died Sept 16, 1698.
Julianna Tailor, m 2d Benjamin Laker Esq, May 17, 1696. (His third wife.)
Juliana Laker (d of Henry Hudson, & wife Mary) died Dec \emdash 1738." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 410, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 68. Julianna TAYLOR, "hath engaged to deliver unto Capt Anthony DAWSON, one heifer, in Ballance of all account between sd Parties, which Heifer sd Dawson freely gives to Jone TAYLOR." Aug 29, 1692. John sTEPNEY Reg, & Clerk. Test' Stephen Manwarring, John Hollford." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 43, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

North Carolina Wills and Inventories: William Boyce's Will: Item. I give and bequeath unto Mrs Juliana Lakers the Sume of five pounds currt. money of Carolina, to be payd in Convenient time after my decease... These are to Impower the Sd Joanna Tayler, in & upon all & Singular the Goods & Chattells Rights & Creditts of the Sd William Boyce, to Enter wheresoever in this Governm't to be found, and the Same into her possession to take, and a true Inventory thereof to return into the Secretaryes office within one year after the Date hereof, & the Same to Dispose of, as by the Sd Will is appointed. Given under my hand & Seale the First day of December, Anno Dm. 1703. Recorded in Will Book 1A, pages 26 & 19, Office of the Secretary of State.

Abstract, Will Book, No. 4, 1738-1752, p. 82: "LAKER, JULIANA. Perquimans County. September 24, 1735. January Court, 1738. Great-grandson: Benjamin SCARBOROUGH, son of Mackeora SCARBOROUGH (plantation called the Chenifen Ridge). Sister: Neptuania HUTSON [HUDSON]. Daughter: Joanna PALMER. Other legatees: Hutson and Juliana WORTHAM, Martha PALMER, Samuell PALMER. Executor: Mackeora SCARBOROUGH. Witnesses: John BANCKEY, Paciana CREACY. Clerk of the Court: James CRAVEN." [ABSTRACT OF NORTH CAROLINA WILLS, J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, Raleigh, E. M. Uzzell & Co., State Printers and Binders, 1910.p. 206, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=gra]
North Carolina Wills, Surnames, K-L, p. 294: "[Name] LAKAR, Juliana [County] 077 [Date] 1738 [Recorded Copy] SS 877/81 [Original] SS/AR"

No. 2. Benjamin SCARBROUGH of Perq, Farmer \emdash for £220 pd by Joshua SKINNER, of afsd, Farmer sold two tracts of land, adj each other, "on west side of Castletons Creek, patented by Benjamin LAKER, May 15, 1697, 137a on Deep Branch in the "Patent called Castletons Creek Swamp," land patented by Johanna [Julianna?]TAYLOR, (mother of Julianna LAKER) May 15, 1697, who gave sd land to her gr-son Benj SCARBROUGH, & 165a which was given to Macrora SCARBROUGH, July 20, 1731, & was by him bequeathed to his son Benjamin, in his will." Jan 19, 1761. Test' Charles MOORE, Thomas PAINE.
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See Will of Willam BOYCE, 1 Dec 1703.
North Carolina Wills and Inventories: William Boyce's Will. Recorded in Will Book 1A, pages 26 & 19, Office of the Secretary of State. William bequeaths, among others:
Item. I give and bequeath unto Mrs Juliana LAKERS the Sume of five pounds currt. money of Carolina , to be payd in Convenient time after my decease.
Item. my will & pleasure is y't my Executrix, hereafter Named, doe Send & buy or cause to be purchased, bought & delivered, Eight Gold Burial Rings, which shall cost four & twenty Shillings Each, which are to be given & Distributed in manner & forme following, (to witt), To Mrs Juliana LAKERS, my Executrix hereafter named; Coll Wm. WILKISON; his wife; James STODART in Prince Georges County in Maryland ; his wife; Mr John COBB ; & Peter GODFREY.
And Lastly, I give & bequeath unto Mrs. Joanna TAYLOR, all the rest & residue & remainder of all my Goods & Chattles, wheresoever or howsoever legally belonging or Due unto me, and Doe hereby make, Constitute & ordaine the Sd Joanna TAYLER, my only & Sole Executrix of this my last will & testmt., to see the same performed according to the true intent & meaning thereof.
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Lord Deputy Benjamin LAKER, Esq. and Julianna HUDSON




Husband Lord Deputy Benjamin LAKER, Esq. 581

         Born:  - Surry County, England 601
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         Died: 21 Apr 1701 - Perquimans County, North Carolina 602
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     Marriage: 17 May 1696 - Perquimans County, North Carolina 602

 Other Spouse: Elizabeth (      -      ) 601

 Other Spouse: Jane DAY (      -      ) 603 - Bef 1 Nov 1695



Wife Julianna HUDSON 602

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       Father: Henry HUDSON (      -      ) 602
       Mother: Mary (      -      ) 602



 Other Spouse: John TAYLOR (      -1688) 602


Children

General Notes: Husband - Lord Deputy Benjamin LAKER, Esq.

"Benjamin LAKER is considered to be one of the First Families of North Carolina, that is he settled in the Province of Carolina ...by 1680 .... deputy to one of the Lords Proprietors of Carolina ... bought land in Perquimans Precinct (Albemarle County, North Carolina) shortly after 1680 ... was a resident of Betchworth Parish, Surry County, England and a member of the family of that name in the vicinity of ... Guildford, Dorking and Reigate .. is known to have been a staunch dissenter ... left England with sufficient funds to begin his life in Carolina as a man of substance ... purchased 400 acres and settled with his wife [Elizabeth] and family of six children to the life of a planter. ... The climate of carolina was difficult for Benjamn's family... his son and oldest daughter died within a short time ...Elizabeth and two other daughters dying later ... Benjamin married a second time, and a third time to Juliana HUDSON TAYLOR.... it would seem that his daughter Lydia LAKER was a daughter of Elizabeth and came to Carloina with her father and mother... Benjamin LAKER made his will April 7, 1701 and died April 8, 1701... specific bequests of books expounding his Baptist faith to his daughter, Sarah HARVEY, and to George BLEIGHTON, the husband of his daughter, Lydia... left his land to his beloved wife, Juliana to be at her disposal and also a Negro girl and a mare. The rest of his property was to be divided equally between his wife and his daughter, Ruth....his wife the executrix of his estate."
[Tidewater Virginia Families, Generations Beyond, Chapter 20, p. 191]

Benjamin LAKER married Elizabeth. They had seven children, four of whom, a son and three daughters, died young. Their surviving children were Sarah, who married first Thomas HARVEY and second Christopher Gale; Lydia, who married first George BLEIGHTON and second Francis CLEMENTS; and Benjamin, who married Juliana and had a daughter Ruth. ["TVF, GB, Chapter 20, The LAKER Family", p. 192.]

All page references to HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY As Compiled from Records Found There and Elsewhere, Mrs. Watson Winslow, Raleigh, Edwards & Broughton Co., 1931.

The Honorable Benjamin LAKER, Esquire, is named among those who served as Lord Deputies to John ARCHDALE, Governor of North Carolina in the 1690s. Others were "Honorable Francis JONES, Benjamin LAKER, Major Samuel SWANN, and Thomas HARVEY, Esquires, Lords Deputies during the incumbency of Archdale." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY , p. 11, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 40. Elizabeth HEWS, of Perq precinct, widow, late wife of Wm HEWS dec'd to Thomas HARVEY Esq of same, 700a English Measure. "A Neck of Land" bounded on South by River, on West by a great Swamp, which parteth this land from Richard BENTLEYs, & on East by mouth of Perq River." Ack in Court June 6, 1688. Test' Benj LAKER, Cornelius LEARY, Jonathan ASHFORD, John SPELLMAN, Henderson WALKER."
"No. 46. Cornelius LEARY, of Perq precinct, & Mary his wife, to Benj LAKER of same 200a on the Sound, "on West side of Wm TETTERTONs line." April 22, 1689. Test' John BENTLEY, Edward MAYO Senior. "Samuel PRICKLOVE, Reg of writings."'
"No. 47. John BENTLEY of Perq precinct, "for a sum in hand" pd by Cornelius LEARY of same, sold 200a, being part of Land I live on, in lieu of 200a given him by my father Richard BENTLEY, as a dowry with his wife; which land was sold by my father, to Mr Benj LAKER, whereon he now liveth, fronting on the Sound, adj Land whereon I now live." April 22, 1689. Test' Benj LAKER, Edward MAYO Sen'r." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY , p. 41, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"James WARD and Hanah', his wife, relict of Richard STIBALL were granted Execution the estate of said STIBALL. Major Samuel SWANN, Surveyor, for the Province of Carolina, brought suit against Benjamin LAKER for non-payment of his fee, he having surveyed 1500 acres for said LAKER, which was dismissed." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY , p. 11, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 100. Wm TETARTON, (son of William, planter Dec'd, & Margaret PEAVALL his mother, Spinster) "doth bind himself an apprentice, to Benj LAKER of Albemarle, precinct of Perq, planter \emdash with Consent of his Natural Mother, Margaret PEAVALL, to serve sd LAKER, & his wife Jane, for the term of 9 years." Reg Nov 1, 1695. Test' William GARDNER." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY , p. 45, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 147. N. C. At a Counsel Holden June 6, 1698, at the house of Mrs Elizabeth GODFREY, Present; Hon'ble Thomas HARVEY Esq, Dept Governor; Hon'ble Daniel AKEHURST, Francis TOMS, Major Samuel SWANN, Capt Henderson WALKER, Lords Pro' Dept' "Benj LAKER Esq came before this Board, & conveyed to his dau Ruth LAKER 538a of Land, on the Sound side, adj a Creek that parteth this Land from Edward WILSON," said Land being now in poss' of John WATTS. Wm GLOVER Cleark of Court. [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY , p. 49, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 191. Ruth MINGE, of Perq, "Widow, & relict of Mr. James MINGE, late of this precinct dec'd," for £100 pd by John WIATT, of afore' sold 300a on Eastermost side of Bentleys Creek, known as "Mr James Minges quarter plan' "part of Tract" on which I now live, Land granted to my father Benjamin LAKHARE (LAKER)." April 29, 1724. Test' Humphrey PHELTS (PHELPS), Samuel WIATT. [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY , p. 83, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"Mr. James MINGE appears for the first time at a Court August 8, 1696, held at the house of James THIGPEN, proving rights for himself, his wife, Ruth (nee LAKER*), and eight negroes for which he secured 1000 acres of land. His land situated in Harveys Neck ran along the bank of what is now called "Minsie" Creek then and later named in deeds as Ming Creek. Richard TURNER proved rights and had 450 acres of land turned over to him for importing himself, wife, Bridget, William BARNSTABLE, Elizabeth TURNER (who married NEWBY), John TURNER and John HOOKS. Edward WILSON was appointed constable "in Room of John DAVENPORT." Among the Justices present only two, James COLE and John STEPNEY, could sign their own names, all the others making marks." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY , p. 16, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au] [*Daughter of Benjamin LAKER. RLD]

Will abstract: "LAKARO (or LAKERS), BENJAMIN. Perquimans Precinct. April 7, 1701. July 8, 1701. Wife and Executrix: Juliana (land on Parishes Creek). Daughter: Sarah HARVEY (book, "Grantham's Church Principles"). Friend: George BLEIGHTON ("one book, being an Exposition upon the five books of Moses"). Witnesses: Richard FRENCH, Elizabeth STEWARD, Deborah THURSTON. Clerk of the Court: John STEPNEY." [ABSTRACT OF NORTH CAROLINA WILLS, J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, Raleigh, E. M. Uzzell & Co., State Printers and Binders, 1910.p. 206, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=gra]
North Carolina Wills, Surnames, K-L, p. 294: "[Name] LAKAR, Benjamin [County] 077 [Date] 1701 [Recorded Copy] SS 874.1/8 [Original] SS/AR"

"Benjamin Laker died, Apl 21, 1701, at his house, on Saseltons (Castletons) Creek." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 410, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 134. Julianna LAKERS, of Perq, for "love I bear my Friends Macrora SCARBROUGH & Anna his wife, (my Gr-Dau of afore') Have Given part of tract whereon I now dwell, bounded by "Barn Bridge Swamp," the path to Indian Creek, & Logghousè Land, at the head of Perishaws Creek, a pattent to me April 10, 1704." Seal July 20, 1731. Test' Zachariah NIXON, Thomas WEEKS, Zachariah ELTON." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 106, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 268. April 8, 1758. Benjamin Scarbrough, of Perq, for £60 pd by John White, of afsd, sold 475a, on the head of Perishoes Creek, sd land "patented by Julianna Lakers April 10, 1704, & by her given to Macrora Scarbrough, & by his will given to his son sd Benjamin," July, 1731. Test' John Hubbard, Absalom Alphin." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 174, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 226. Richard SKINNER, "with my wife Sarah," assigns right of pattent, unto Mrs Juliannah LAKERS*. Mar 2, 1724/25. Test' John PETTIVER, Jonathan EVENS, John FALCONER." [Widow of Benjamin LAKER]
No. 227. Richard SKINNER of Perq, Planter for £80 pd by Mrs LAKER of afore' Widow sold 27a, adj John FLOWERS, John SIMPSON, Samuel PHELPS, & Paul PALMER. Mar 2, 1724. Test' John PETTIVER, Jonathan EVENS, John FALCONER.
[HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 87, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"*No. 101. Ruth MING (MINGE) of Perq, Widow, for £70 pd by Col Richard SANDERSON, of same, assigns "right of a Plan" on No East side of Albemarle Sound, & on lower side of Bentleys Creek, commonly called "Gore land" 200a whereon "I now live." Dec 21, 1726. Test' Ralf DOE, Richd LEARY.... *Note: Ruth MINGE (dau of Benj LAKER) widow of James MINGE, m 2d Col Richard SANDERSON." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 103, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 358. John HUBBARD of Perq, Planter-for £40 pd by Luke Sumner, of Chowan, sold 160a on South Side of Perq River, & the head of Lakers Creek, "half of a grt unto Julianna LAKER, April 1, 1718, & given by her, to Benjamin SCARBROUGH, her Gr-son, who sold sd land to sd HUBBARD." Nov 19, 1759. Test' John BRIDGER, William ARRINGTON, Josiah SUMNER" [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 181, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 2. Benjamin SCARBROUGH of Perq, Farmer for £220 pd by Joshua SKINNER, of afsd, Farmer sold two tracts of land, adj each other, "on west side of Castletons Creek, patented by Benjamin LAKER, May 15, 1697, 137a on Deep Branch in the "Patent called Castletons Creek Swamp," land patented by Johanna TAYLOR, (mother of Julianna LAKER) May 15, 1697, who gave sd land to her gr-son Benj SCARBROUGH, & 165a which was given to Macrora SCARBROUGH, July 20, 1731, & was by him bequeathed to his son Benjamin, in his will." Jan 19, 1761. Test' Charles MOORE, Thomas PAINE." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 187, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 67. Jan 25, 1762. Timothy WALTON Esq, of Chowan Co, for £12 s10, pd by Andrew KNOX, of Perq, sold 60a on South Side of Perq River, pt of a tract grt Julianna LAKER, April 1, 1718/19 called "Chinqupin Ridge," binding on lands of Joshua SKINNER, William ARRINGTON, & the desert. Test' Ed Hall, Peter BRETTON. [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 193, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]


General Notes: Wife - Julianna HUDSON

HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY As Compiled from Records Found There and Elsewhere, Mrs. Watson Winslow, Raleigh, Edwards & Broughton Co., 1931:
"Julianna Tailor, m 2d Benjamin Laker Esq, May 17, 1696. (His third wife.)"
"The Tailor family is represented in Berkeley Par Reg, by the following:
John Tailor, s of John & wife Julianna, b Mch 7, 1690.
Thomas Tailor, Dept this Life, Desember 9, 1687.
John Tailor, Dept this Life febuary 2, 1688, at Grassy \emdash (Point).
Elizabeth Tailor, d of Jonathan, & Elizabeth b Desember 5, 1693, died Sept 28, 1694.
Jonathan Tailor, died Sept 16, 1698.
Julianna Tailor, m 2d Benjamin Laker Esq, May 17, 1696. (His third wife.)
Juliana Laker (d of Henry Hudson, & wife Mary) died Dec \emdash 1738." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 410, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

"No. 68. Julianna TAYLOR, "hath engaged to deliver unto Capt Anthony DAWSON, one heifer, in Ballance of all account between sd Parties, which Heifer sd Dawson freely gives to Jone TAYLOR." Aug 29, 1692. John sTEPNEY Reg, & Clerk. Test' Stephen Manwarring, John Hollford." [HISTORY OF PERQUIMANS COUNTY, p. 43, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=wih&referer=www.clickfind.com.au]

North Carolina Wills and Inventories: William Boyce's Will: Item. I give and bequeath unto Mrs Juliana Lakers the Sume of five pounds currt. money of Carolina, to be payd in Convenient time after my decease... These are to Impower the Sd Joanna Tayler, in & upon all & Singular the Goods & Chattells Rights & Creditts of the Sd William Boyce, to Enter wheresoever in this Governm't to be found, and the Same into her possession to take, and a true Inventory thereof to return into the Secretaryes office within one year after the Date hereof, & the Same to Dispose of, as by the Sd Will is appointed. Given under my hand & Seale the First day of December, Anno Dm. 1703. Recorded in Will Book 1A, pages 26 & 19, Office of the Secretary of State.

Abstract, Will Book, No. 4, 1738-1752, p. 82: "LAKER, JULIANA. Perquimans County. September 24, 1735. January Court, 1738. Great-grandson: Benjamin SCARBOROUGH, son of Mackeora SCARBOROUGH (plantation called the Chenifen Ridge). Sister: Neptuania HUTSON [HUDSON]. Daughter: Joanna PALMER. Other legatees: Hutson and Juliana WORTHAM, Martha PALMER, Samuell PALMER. Executor: Mackeora SCARBOROUGH. Witnesses: John BANCKEY, Paciana CREACY. Clerk of the Court: James CRAVEN." [ABSTRACT OF NORTH CAROLINA WILLS, J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, Raleigh, E. M. Uzzell & Co., State Printers and Binders, 1910.p. 206, http://digital.lib.ecu.edu/historyfiction/fullview.aspx?id=gra]
North Carolina Wills, Surnames, K-L, p. 294: "[Name] LAKAR, Juliana [County] 077 [Date] 1738 [Recorded Copy] SS 877/81 [Original] SS/AR"

No. 2. Benjamin SCARBROUGH of Perq, Farmer \emdash for £220 pd by Joshua SKINNER, of afsd, Farmer sold two tracts of land, adj each other, "on west side of Castletons Creek, patented by Benjamin LAKER, May 15, 1697, 137a on Deep Branch in the "Patent called Castletons Creek Swamp," land patented by Johanna [Julianna?]TAYLOR, (mother of Julianna LAKER) May 15, 1697, who gave sd land to her gr-son Benj SCARBROUGH, & 165a which was given to Macrora SCARBROUGH, July 20, 1731, & was by him bequeathed to his son Benjamin, in his will." Jan 19, 1761. Test' Charles MOORE, Thomas PAINE.
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See Will of Willam BOYCE, 1 Dec 1703.
North Carolina Wills and Inventories: William Boyce's Will. Recorded in Will Book 1A, pages 26 & 19, Office of the Secretary of State. William bequeaths, among others:
Item. I give and bequeath unto Mrs Juliana LAKERS the Sume of five pounds currt. money of Carolina , to be payd in Convenient time after my decease.
Item. my will & pleasure is y't my Executrix, hereafter Named, doe Send & buy or cause to be purchased, bought & delivered, Eight Gold Burial Rings, which shall cost four & twenty Shillings Each, which are to be given & Distributed in manner & forme following, (to witt), To Mrs Juliana LAKERS, my Executrix hereafter named; Coll Wm. WILKISON; his wife; James STODART in Prince Georges County in Maryland ; his wife; Mr John COBB ; & Peter GODFREY.
And Lastly, I give & bequeath unto Mrs. Joanna TAYLOR, all the rest & residue & remainder of all my Goods & Chattles, wheresoever or howsoever legally belonging or Due unto me, and Doe hereby make, Constitute & ordaine the Sd Joanna TAYLER, my only & Sole Executrix of this my last will & testmt., to see the same performed according to the true intent & meaning thereof.
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L. B. HUDSON




Husband L. B. HUDSON

         Born: 29 Jul 1901 - Dooly County, Georgia
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       Father: Elijah Daniel HUDSON (1866-1934)
       Mother: Narcissa BURGESS (1869-1927)





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Molly Marie HUDSON




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       Mother: Benjie Ruth EIDSON




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John Elliott McCRARY and Myrtis HUDSON




Husband John Elliott McCRARY

         Born: 25 May 1903 - South Carolina
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       Buried:  - Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery, Dooly County, Georgia
     Marriage: 22 Dec 1926



Wife Myrtis HUDSON

          AKA: Eligah Myrtice HUDSON
         Born: 27 May 1907 - Dooly County, Georgia
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         Died: 5 Nov 1972 - Dooly County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery, Dooly County, Georgia


       Father: Elijah Daniel HUDSON (1866-1934)
       Mother: Narcissa BURGESS (1869-1927)




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General Notes: Husband - John Elliott McCRARY

1930 U.S. Census, Georgia, Dooly County, District 1479; Series: T626 Roll: 353 Page: 5B:
95 95 HUDSON Elizah Head M W 63 Wd GA GA GA Farmer General farm
McCrary John Son-in-law M W 26 M 23 SC SC SC Laborer Farm
-- Myrtis Dau F W 23 M 20 GA GA GA

1940 U.S. Census, Georgia, Dooly County, District 1479; Series T627 Roll: 666 Page: 10A:
171 MccCrary John E. Head M W 36 M SC Farming Farm
-- Myrtis Wife F W 32 M GA
On 1 April 1935, this couple resided in the same house.

John Elliott McCrary is buried in Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery, Pinehurst, Dooly County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 117688491:

McCRARY
JOHN ELLIOTT
MAY25, 1903
MAR. 3, 1960



General Notes: Wife - Myrtis HUDSON

Myrtis E. Hudson married John Elliott McCrary on 22 December 1926.

Myrtis Hudson McCrary is buried in Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery, Pinehurst, Dooly County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 117688568:

McCRARY
MYRTIS HUDSON
MAY 27, 1907
NOV. 5, 1972


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Nicholos Ray HUDSON




Husband Nicholos Ray HUDSON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Mother: Sarah Ann HOVEY





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James TATE, RS-VA and Rebecca HUDSON




Husband James TATE, RS-VA

         Born: Cir 1746
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       Father: William TATE (1716-1781)
       Mother: Lucy BULLOCK (Cir 1720-      )


     Marriage: 1766 - Louisa County, Virginia



Wife Rebecca HUDSON

         Born: 1742
   Christened: 12 Mar 1742
         Died: 30 Sep 1816
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       Father: HUDSON (Cir 1720-      )
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1 F Mary TATE

         Born: Cir 1766
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         Marr: Bef 1798


2 M Judge Charles TATE

         Born: 1 Feb 1768
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         Marr: 3 Jan 1790


3 M William Hudson TATE, Sr. 2244

         Born: Cir 1770
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         Marr: Abt 1766


4 F Nancy TATE

         Born: Cir 1772
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         Marr: Bef 1798


5 F Barbara TATE

         Born: Cir 1774
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       Spouse: William OLIVER (      -      )
         Marr: Bef 1798


6 F Patsy TATE

         Born: Cir 1780
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       Spouse: John WILSON (      -      )
         Marr: After 1798


7 F Rebecca TATE

         Born: 1782
   Christened: 18 Apr 1782
         Died: Cir 1785
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8 F America TATE

         Born: Cir 1786
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9 F Louisa TATE

         Born: Cir 1788
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         Marr: 1810


10 F Charity TATE 2244

         Born: Abt 1790 - Elbert County, Georgia
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         Marr: 4 Oct 1810 - Elbert County, Georgia 2244


11 M Brigadier General James Miner TATE

         Born: 11 May 1791
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         Marr: 10 Jul 1810



General Notes: Husband - James TATE, RS-VA

Pg. 38 - 39 SGT. JAMES TATE, b. 1746 St. Paul's Parish, Hanover Co., but ot Louisa Co., VA. This branch of the family retained the spelling "TAIT". he was a patriot, served in VA lines. in letters dated 2 Aug 1774, Feb. 1776, 6 May 1776 and 5 Oct. 1776 James Tate to Edmond Pendleton, Committee of Safety, President of the Convention at Williamsburg VA. regarding the development of salt in Va for the colony. The family arrived in Petersburg Elbert Co., Ga Christmas day 1783. He was justice of inferior Court Elbert Co., GA 15 Dec 1790 to 12 Oct 1791. He died 1 June 1798 age 52 yrs. buried Petersburg, Elbert Co., GA. md 1766 Louisa Co., VA Rebecca Hudson, chr 12 mar. 1742 by Rev. William Douglas, died 30 Sep 1816 age 74 yrs, dtr of Charles and Susan (Patrick) Hudson of Prince Co., VA. Charles was son of John and Elizabeth (Harris) Hudson, the latter and Englishman of Berkshire England, who settled near Pages Ware House in Hanover Co., VA and neighbors of the early Tate Family. On 17 Nov. 1783 James Tate and wife Rebecca sold --- acres he had of Francis Hester. Walter Goldsmith and Wm. Huges to Wm. Mansfield in Trinity Parish, Louisa Co., VA adj. Bart Dandridge, John Hester, Wm., Zimri, Enos, James Tate, Benjamin Hollis and William Cole. wit. Henry Bibb, William Tate, Garet Minor, William Cole and Zimri Tate. His will 30 Jan 1798 Elbert Co., GA prob. 25 July 1795 w. Rebecca, eldest son Charles Tate, Wm. Hudson Tate, Nancy Colson, Barbara Oliver and children: Patshy, Louisa, America, Charity, and James Minor Tate as they come of age or marry. gr, son Hudson Tate Ware, ex. Charles Tate and Wm. Hudson Tate. wit. Nathaniel Allen, Obadiah Jones. REF; Douglas Reg. Letters of Record, Louisa Co., VA deed bk, E. pg 371, bk. H p. 519: Elbert Co., GA court rec. bk 1793-1803 pg 41,42 DAR Hist. Col. of GA. Vol 3 pg 10 mar.rec Judge Charles Tate diary. Children Born: Mary TATE b. ca 1766 md Capt. James Ware Judge Charles Tate 1 Feb 1768 md 3 Jan 1790 Ann Lucas William Hudson Tate b. ca. 1770 md Nancy Ann Alston Nancy Tate b. ca. 1772 md Abraham Colson Barbara Tate b. ca. 1774 md William Oliver Patsy Tate b. ca. 1780 md John Wilson Rebecca chr. 18 Apr. 1782 died young America Tate b. ca. 1786 Louisa Tate b. ca. 1788 md 1810 John Banks Charity Tate b. ca. 1790 md 1 Oct 1810 John Alston Brig. GEN. James Miner Tate, b 11 May 1791 md 10 July 1810 Jane Watkins Notes added by Frances Limozaine: DEED: James Tait and wife Rebecca of Elbert Co., GA dated 23 Aug. 1797 (recorded) 7 Jan 1801) to John Gatewood of Elbert Co., conveys 237 acres for 50 pounds in Franklin Co., GA. James Tait/Rebecca 1796 (Elbert Co., GA ) is said Franklin Co., Ga having (?) of 800 acres tract not hertofor convey, grantee to Thomas Carter in had (?) of Beaverdam. Pg. 121 James Tait and wife Rebecca to E. Shwmes, lot # 25: town of Petersburg ( Sept 20, 1790) W.H. Tate, Thos. C. (?) J. P. Test.

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Richard S. HUDSON and Joyce K. MIXON




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       Father: Ruie Lee MIXON (1915-1936)
       Mother: Ruth DANIEL (1916-2005)




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General Notes: Wife - Joyce K. MIXON

Joyce M. Hudson, born 26 October 1935, resided in Milledgeville, Georgia, 1992-2007. Possible Relatives: Jaagee Paul Hudson, Richard S. Hudson. Record Number 214767885. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K1S6-JMP : accessed 16 October 2015), Joyce M Hudson, Residence, Milledgeville, Georgia, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]

"Joyce Hudson and husband Richard of Milledgeville [Ga.]" is named as a surviving [step] daughter and husband in the January 2004 obituary of John Paul Hines.

"Joyce Hudson... of Milledgeville [Ga.]" is named as a surviving daughter in the December 2005 obituary of Ruth Daniel Hines.

"Joyce Hudson of Milledgeville [Ga.]" is named as a surviving sister in the May 3, 2012 obituary of Genelle Mixon Sheppard.
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Doris D. HUDSPETH and Matie JORDAN




Husband Doris D. HUDSPETH

         Born: 29 Apr 1893 - St. Francis County, Arkansas
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       Buried:  - Bell Cemetery, St. Francis County, Arkansas
     Marriage: Bef 1914



Wife Matie JORDAN

          AKA: Madie HUDSPETH
         Born: 9 Sep 1895 - Arkansas
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         Died: 27 Jun 1951
       Buried:  - Bell Cemetery, St. Francis County, Arkansas


Children
1 F Catherine HUDSPETH

         Born: 9 Mar 1915 - Arkansas
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         Died: 19 Mar 1986
       Buried:  - Bell Cemetery, St. Francis County, Arkansas
       Spouse: TEC4 James Henry HALBERT, USA, WWII (1912-1973) 1969
         Marr: 27 Dec 1930



General Notes: Husband - Doris D. HUDSPETH

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M3X7-HDY : accessed 07 Nov 2013), Dorris Hudspeth in household of Robert S Hudspeth, ED 92 Goodwin Township, St. Francis, Arkansas, United States; citing sheet 6B, family 71, NARA microfilm publication T623, FHL microfilm 1240075.
Robert S Hudspeth Head M Jan 1848 52 Tennessee NC NC
Minerva J Hudspeth Wife F Aug 1858 42 Arkansas IN IL
George Hudspeth Son M 17 Arkansas
Jewel Hudspeth Daughter F 12 Arkansas
Pearl Hudspeth Daughter F 9 Arkansas
Dorris Hudspeth Son M Apr 1894 6 Arkansas TN AR
Paul E Hudspeth Son M 4 Arkansas
Willie Conger Daughter F 21 Arkansas
Dowl Gore Servant M 22 Arkansas


Find A Grave Memorial# 17521641 lists Doris D. Hudspeth's burial in Bell Cemetery, Palestine, St. Francis County, Arkansas. It lists his birth on April 29, 1893 and his death on October 22, 1964. The memorial presents this obituary:

Services Held Saturday for Mr. Hudspeth: Oct. 26, 1964-Funeral services for Mr. Doris D. Hudspeth, 71, who died at 11 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, 1964, in Forrest Memorial Hospital, were held at Stevens Funeral Home at 3:30 p.m. Saturday. Rev. J. S. Burns and Rev. S. B. Wiliford conducted the services. Burial was in the Bell cemetery north of Palestine with Stevens Funeral Home in charge. Mr. Hudspeth was born in Palestine on Apr. 28, 1893, and was the son of Minerva Levitt and Robert Hudspeth. He had been in good health until suffering a heart attack before returning to the hospital. He was a member of the Palestine Baptist Church and was a Mason and a merchant. He was a lifelong resident of Palestine. His wife, Mrs. Matie Jordon Hudspeth, whom he married in 1911, died in 1951. He is survived by one son, Derwood O. Hudspeth; one daughter, Mrs. James Henry Halbert; and one sister, Mrs. Willie Gore, all of Palestine; three grand children and three great-grand children. Forrest City Times-Herald


General Notes: Wife - Matie JORDAN

Find A Grave Memorial# 17521646 lists Matie Jordon Hudspeth's burial in Bell Cemetery, Palestine, St. Francis County, Arkansas. It lists her birth on September 9, 1895 and her death on June 27, 1951.


General Notes: Child - Catherine HUDSPETH

1920 U.S. Census, Arkansas, St. Francis County, Goodwin; Series: T625 Roll: 80 Page: 73:
Fm 99 102 HUDSPETCH [sic] Dorris Head M W 25 M AR TN AR Farmer General farm;
-- Madie Wife F W 24 M AR AR AR;
-- Therwood Son M W 5 S AR AR AR;
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HUDSPETCH [sic] Catherine Dau F W 49/12 AR AR AR.

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XMG6-119 : accessed 05 Nov 2013), Kathirne Hudspeth in household of Darris Hudspeth, Prairie, St. Francis, Arkansas, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0023, sheet , family 45, NARA microfilm publication. Affiliate Publication Number T626. Affiliate Film Number 93.Sheet Number 2B.
Darris [sic] Hudspeth Head M 36 Arkansas
Madie Hudspeth Wife F 35 Arkansas
Derwood Hudspeth Son M 16 Arkansas
Kathrine Hudspeth Daughter F 15 Arkansas

Catherine Hudspeth married James Henry Halbert on 27 December 1930.

Catherine Hudspeth Halbert, born 9 March 1915 died 19 March 1986, was buried in Bell Cemetery, Palestine, Arkansas.Others here, James Henry Halbert (1912-1973) [http://billiongraves.com/pages/record/person/3105479]

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Greg MEYER and Kristi HUEBNER




Husband Greg MEYER (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Kristi HUEBNER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: John Andrew HUEBNER, Jr., USN, WWII (1926-2007)
       Mother: Myrtle GREGORY




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1 M Clay MEYER (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Bryan MEYER (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Keith MEYER (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Kristi HUEBNER

Kristi and Greg Meyer are named as daughter and son-in-law in the 2007 obituary of John Andrew "Jack" Huebner.


General Notes: Child - Clay MEYER

Clay Meyer is named as a grandson in the 2007 obituary of John Andrew "Jack" Huebner.


General Notes: Child - Bryan MEYER

Bryan Meyer is named as a grandson in the 2007 obituary of John Andrew "Jack" Huebner.


General Notes: Child - Keith MEYER

Grandson Keith and wife Jennie Meyer are named in the 2007 obituary of John Andrew "Jack" Huebner.
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Andrew KNIGHT and Pauline Adair HUEBNER




Husband Andrew KNIGHT (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Pauline Adair HUEBNER

         Born: 11 Mar 1930 - Harris County, Texas
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       Buried: 17 Dec 2006 - Family Ranch Cemetery, Matagorda County, Texas


       Father: John Andrew HUEBNER (1897-1964)
       Mother: Molly Laflin FOOTE (1902-1966)



 Other Spouse: Robert Melvin COPPOCK


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General Notes: Wife - Pauline Adair HUEBNER

Pauline Adair Huebner, daughter of John Andrew Huebner and Mollie Laflin Foote, was born 11 March 1930 in Houston, Harris County, Texas. Her father, manager of a brick company, was born in Bay City, Texas. Her mother, born in Wharton, Texas, was a housewife. Informant was her mother, Laflin F. Huebner. ["Texas, Birth Certificates, 1903-1935," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K6LQ-G61 : accessed 11 May 2015), John Andrew Huebner in entry for Pauline Adair Huebner, 11 Mar 1930; citing Houston, Harris, Texas, United States, certificate 25049, Bureau of Vital Statistics. State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 2,139,147.]

"sister Pauline Huebner Knight" is named as a deceased sister in the 2007 obituary of John Andrew Huebner, Jr.

Obituary: Pauline A. Huebner Blair-Knight, 76, of League City passed away peacefully Tuesday, December 12th at home with her family.
She is survived by her spouse, Andrew Knight, her brother, John A. Huebner, Jr., her children, Mike Coppock, Jeff Coppock and Susanna Yanko and her grandsons, Travis Coppock, Taylor Coppock and Nicholas Coppock.
Her memorial service will be at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, December 16th at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, 1207 Winding Way, Friendswood, Texas. Polly will be buried on her family ranch in Matagorda County on Sunday.
Polly was born in Houston to John A. Huebner, Sr. and Molly Laflin Foote on March 11, 1930. She grew up in Bay City. Polly received her B.S. degree in Biology from the University of Houston and her Nursing Degree from San Jacinto College. Polly devoted her life to alleviating animal suffering and cruelty. She was a wildlife rehabilitator and was associated with many different animal organizations. Polly touched the lives of everyone she met and has friends all over the world. She will be missed by so many people.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to League City Animal Shelter or any animal organization of your choice.
[The Victoria Advocate, Saturday, December 16, 2006]
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HUFF




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1 M Henry HUFF 4744

         Born: Abt 1875 - Georgia
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2 M Charlie P. HUFF 1109,4744

         Born: Jan 1878 - Georgia
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       Spouse: Rosa Lee POSEY (1884-1954) 549,1109
         Marr: 29 Jan 1899 - Baldwin County, Georgia



General Notes: Husband - HUFF

Who is the father of Charlie A. HUFF who married Rosa Lee POSEY. Charlie was born in Jan 1878 according to the 1910 census. Eli B. and Martha HUFF had a son Charles W., which should eliminate Eli. Eli's brother James M. had a son Charley.

1880 U.S. Census, Baldwin County, District 115; Series: T9 Roll: 133 Page: 195:
316 346 HUFF Eli W M 34 Head M Farmer GA GA GA;
" Martha W F 38 Wife Keeping House GA GA GA;
" Bryant J. W M 9 Son S GA GA GA;
" George W. W M 6 Son S GA GA GA;
" Henry T. W M 4 Son S GA GA GA;
" Lucy Ann W F 3 Dau S GA GA GA;
" Charles W M 2 Son S GA GA GA;
RUSSELL William W M 17 Stepson S Farm laborer GA GA GA ("James W." from the 1870 census? RUPELL at LDS site, misread "Rufsell". RLD)
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1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, District 115, 8 June 1880; Series: T9 Roll:133 Page: 187:
157 162 HUFF James M. W M 34 Head M Farmer GA GA GA;
" Mary W F 29 Wife M Keeping GA GA GA;
" Alfonso W M 3 Son S GA GA GA;
" Charley W M 1 Son S GA GA GA;
" Irena W F 65 Mother Wid No Occupation GA GA GA


General Notes: Child - Charlie P. HUFF

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Salem, 8 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 178 Page: 216: 152 153 HUFF, Charlie Head W M Jan 1878 22 M 1 GA GA GA Farmer-- Rosa Wife W F May 1880 20 M 1 0 0 GA GA GA.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 117 Militia Dist, 16 April 1910; Series: Series: T624 Roll: 197 Page: 177: 11 12 HUFF Charlie P. Head M W 33 M1 11 GA GA GA Farmer; Rosa Wife F W 31 M1 11 1 1 GA GA GA; Agnes Dau F W 10 S GA GA GA. Living next door is Rosa's sister Minnie HUFF, widowed, with her two children.

"Charlie and Rosa Lee HUFF and daughter Agnes were living in Hancock county in 1910. On the same census page you will find the rest of the HUFF's as well as the TERRY's and the newly wed TERRY's (Minnie's daughter Hattie married Olin TERRY abt 1909) with a one month old son later named Olin Linwood. Charlie, Rosa, and brother Henry were living in Washington Co for the 1920 census. (Sandersville 97-Militia district)" (Lisa, Aajdec@aol.com)

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, Sandersville 97-Militia District, 4 Feb 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 284 Page: 128: FM 88 91 HUFF Charlie Head R M W 42 M GA GA GA Farmer; Rosa Wife F W 41 M GA GA GA; Henry Brother M W 45 Wd GA GA GA Farm Laborer. Next door is Burrell DENTON(?) 27 and wife Eve(?) 24 and Mattie HUFF "(?) Mother" 70, possibly the mother of Eve and Charlie HUFF.

1930 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 117-Militia District, 1 April 1930;
Charlie HUFF 53; Rosa, 51 (Information provided by David L. Rowl.)

Charlie P HUFF died on 30 August 1932.



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         Born: 1901 1141
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       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: Charlie P. HUFF (1878-1932) 1109,4744
       Mother: Rosa Lee POSEY (1884-1954) 549,1109





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This infant boy, buried in Black Springs Baptist Churchyard next to B. D. (Bright Damascus) POSEY, is thought to be a son of Rosa Lee POSEY who married Charlie P. HUFF about 1899. The infant is indexed as "Row 0, Square 0, Pers. No. 529 Infant son of R.L. Posey 1901 1902." B. D. POSEY is believed to be the boy's granduncle. 1141

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Agnes HUFF




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Wife Agnes HUFF 268

         Born: 19 Jul 1900 - Georgia 1141
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       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: Charlie P. HUFF (1878-1932) 1109,4744
       Mother: Rosa Lee POSEY (1884-1954) 549,1109




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General Notes: Wife - Agnes HUFF

Agnes HUFF was the daughter of Charlie P. HUFF and Rosa Lee POSEY. She died ten days before her fifteenth birthday. Agnes is buried in Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia. It is indexed there as: "248 Agnes Huff Jul 19 1900 Jul 9 1915."
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Alfonso HUFF




Husband Alfonso HUFF 549

         Born: Abt 1877 - Georgia
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       Father: James M. HUFF, CSA (1845-      ) 549,1003
       Mother: Mary (Abt 1853-      ) 549





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Bryant J. HUFF




Husband Bryant J. HUFF 1005

         Born: Sep 1869 - Georgia
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       Father: Eli B. HUFF, CSA (1835-      ) 1003
       Mother: Martha Ann BROOKINS (1845-1920) 1005





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Charles Coleman HUFF, USAAF, WWII and Dorothy SCOVILLE




Husband Charles Coleman HUFF, USAAF, WWII

         Born: 22 Oct 1919 - Baldwin County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 Apr 2010 - St. John's County, Florida
       Buried:  - Saint Ambrose Cemetery, St. Johns County, Florida


       Father: Walter Arnold HUFF, Sr. (1897-1987) 1109
       Mother: Julia Mae (1897-1985)


     Marriage: 



Wife Dorothy SCOVILLE (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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Children
1 M Charles A. HUFF (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Spouse: JoAnn (living)


2 M William HUFF

         Born: 17 Aug 1945 - St. John's County, Florida
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 Mar 2002
       Buried: 



3 M Michael David HUFF

         Born: 30 Nov 1947
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 Jun 1994 - St. John's County, Florida
       Buried:  - Saint Ambrose Cemetery, St. Johns County, Florida
       Spouse: Linda Marie HOLLOWAY (living)



General Notes: Husband - Charles Coleman HUFF, USAAF, WWII

Charles C. Huff, born 1919 in Georgia, entered military service on 1 June 1942 as a private in the U.S. Army. He had 4 years of high school, was married, and was a farmer. He servred in the Air Corps, Army Reserves - exclusive of Regular Army Reserve and Officers of the Officers Reserve Corps on active duty under the Thomason Act (Officers and Enlisted Men -- O.R.C. and E.R.C., and Nurses-Reserve Status). His serial number was 14077030. ["United States, World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KMXN-WJZ : accessed 22 Dec 2012), Charles C Huff, 01 Jun 1942.]

Florida State Population Census 1945, Highlands County, Precinct 2, Sebring, Out of Limits, Starting Line 42:
HUFF, Chas C. Sebring 25 Ga. H.S. Army
" Dorothy Sebring 24 Fla. H.S. H. Wife
" Chas. A. Sebring 5 Fla . None [blank]
["Florida, State Census, 1945," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNXX-9SB : accessed 22 Dec 2012), Chas C Huff, , Highlands, Florida.]

Charles Coleman Huff is buried in Saint Ambrose Cemetery, Elkton, St. Johns County, Florida. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 50700287:

HUFF
CHARLES C. DOROTHY S.
OCT. 22, 1919 JAN. 18, 1921
[no date] [no date]

The memorial presents this obituary:
Charles C. Huff, 91, of Elkton, Fla., died April 4, 2010, at Ponce de Leon Care Center. He was born in Milledgeville, Ga., and had resided here most of his life. He was a potato farmer. He and his wife of 70 years, Dorothy Scoville Huff graduated together in the class of 1938 from Hastings High School. They exchanged their wedding vows on April 15, 1939, in a ceremony performed by the Rev. Charles M. White at his home in St. Augustine. In 1942, Huff enlisted in the Army Air Corps and after nine months of training was commissioned a second lieutenant with the U.S. 8th Air Force where he became a command pilot flying B-24s and later B-17s. He served in the European Theater. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Thursday at Craig Funeral Home, the Rev. Aaron Uitti, officiating. Burial will be in St. Ambrose Cemetery, Elkton. Visitation will be held 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at Craig Funeral Home. Those wishing, may make a contribution, in his memory to Community Hospice, 4266 Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville, FL 32257 or Rodeheaver Boys Ranch, 380 Boys Ranch Road, Palatka, FL 32177-9491. He was preceded in death by his sons Michael and William Huff. In addition to his wife Dorothy he is survived by a son, Charles A. Butch Huff; Elkton; daughters-in-law, Misty Huff, of Viera, Fla., and Linda Huff of Elkton and Denver. The late, JoAnn Huff, of Elkton, was also a daughter-in-law; three grandchildren, Kimberly Rowland of Jacksonville, Jeffrey A. Huff of Eulonia, Ga., and Stephen Huff of Denver. The six great-grandchildren are Marlena and Hannah Rowland; Christy, Joseph, Savannah and Jeffrey C. Huff. Craig Funeral Home Crematory Memorial park in charge of arrangements. (St Augustine Record, 4/6/2010)


General Notes: Child - Charles A. HUFF

"nephew, Charles "Butch" (JoAnn) Huff, Elkton [FL]" is named in the 18 March 2005 obituary of Walter A. Huff, Jr.

"son, Charles A. Butch Huff, Elkton [FL]" is named in the 6 April 2010 obituary of Charles Coleman Huff.


General Notes: Child - William HUFF

William Huff is named as a deceased son in the 6 April 2010 obituary of Charles Coleman Huff.


General Notes: Child - Michael David HUFF

Michael David Huff married Linda Marie Holloway on 24 April 1967 in Putnam County, Florida. Michael, age 19, son of Charlie C. Huff and Dorothy S. Huff, was born 30 November 1947 in St. Augustine, Fla. Linda, age 18, daughter of Donald W. Beach and Frances M. Beach, was born 17 May 1948 in Bardin, Florida. ["Florida, Marriages, 1837-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FW9F-P45 : accessed 06 Dec 2012), Michael David Huff and Linda Marie Holloway, 24 Apr 1967.]

Michael Huff is named as a deceased son in the 6 April 2010 obituary of Charles Coleman Huff.

Michael David Huff is buried in Saint Ambrose Cemetery, Elkton, St. Johns County, Florida. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 10959790:

MICHAEL DAVID
HUFF
NOV. 30, 1947
JUNE 29, 1994

Michael David Huff died 29 Jun 1994 at age 46 in Saint Johns County, Florida. Certificate number: 86313. ["Florida, Death Index, 1877-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VVHB-3KX : accessed 06 Dec 2012), Michael David Huff, 1994.]


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Charles W. HUFF




Husband Charles W. HUFF 3232

         Born: Abt 1878 - Georgia
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       Father: Eli B. HUFF, CSA (1835-      ) 1003
       Mother: Martha Ann BROOKINS (1845-1920) 1005





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Charley HUFF




Husband Charley HUFF 549

         Born: Abt 1879 - Georgia
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       Father: James M. HUFF, CSA (1845-      ) 549,1003
       Mother: Mary (Abt 1853-      ) 549





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Charlie P. HUFF and Rosa Lee POSEY




Husband Charlie P. HUFF 1109,4744

         Born: Jan 1878 - Georgia
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         Died: 30 Aug 1932
       Buried: 


       Father: HUFF (      -      )
       Mother: 


     Marriage: 29 Jan 1899 - Baldwin County, Georgia



Wife Rosa Lee POSEY 549,1109

         Born: 20 Dec 1884 - Georgia 4745
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 Feb 1954 - Baldwin County, Georgia 4745
       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia 1141


       Father: Henry A. POSEY, CSA (1849-1914) 549,1109
       Mother: Mary Ann Rebecca OSBOURNE (1856-1943) 549,2308




Children
1 F Agnes HUFF 268

         Born: 19 Jul 1900 - Georgia 1141
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 Jul 1915 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1141
       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia



2 M HUFF

         Born: 1901 1141
   Christened: 
         Died: 1902 1141
       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia




General Notes: Husband - Charlie P. HUFF

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Salem, 8 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 178 Page: 216: 152 153 HUFF, Charlie Head W M Jan 1878 22 M 1 GA GA GA Farmer-- Rosa Wife W F May 1880 20 M 1 0 0 GA GA GA.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 117 Militia Dist, 16 April 1910; Series: Series: T624 Roll: 197 Page: 177: 11 12 HUFF Charlie P. Head M W 33 M1 11 GA GA GA Farmer; Rosa Wife F W 31 M1 11 1 1 GA GA GA; Agnes Dau F W 10 S GA GA GA. Living next door is Rosa's sister Minnie HUFF, widowed, with her two children.

"Charlie and Rosa Lee HUFF and daughter Agnes were living in Hancock county in 1910. On the same census page you will find the rest of the HUFF's as well as the TERRY's and the newly wed TERRY's (Minnie's daughter Hattie married Olin TERRY abt 1909) with a one month old son later named Olin Linwood. Charlie, Rosa, and brother Henry were living in Washington Co for the 1920 census. (Sandersville 97-Militia district)" (Lisa, Aajdec@aol.com)

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, Sandersville 97-Militia District, 4 Feb 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 284 Page: 128: FM 88 91 HUFF Charlie Head R M W 42 M GA GA GA Farmer; Rosa Wife F W 41 M GA GA GA; Henry Brother M W 45 Wd GA GA GA Farm Laborer. Next door is Burrell DENTON(?) 27 and wife Eve(?) 24 and Mattie HUFF "(?) Mother" 70, possibly the mother of Eve and Charlie HUFF.

1930 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 117-Militia District, 1 April 1930;
Charlie HUFF 53; Rosa, 51 (Information provided by David L. Rowl.)

Charlie P HUFF died on 30 August 1932.



General Notes: Wife - Rosa Lee POSEY

Rosa Lee POSEY, daughter of Henry A. POSEY & Mary A. OSBOURNE , was born in Feb 1880 and named in the 1880 census. Two other dates found for her birth are May 1880 in the 1900 census and 1884 as shown on her gravestone.

Rosa married Charlie P. HUFF about 1899. In the 1900 census, they live next door to her parents in Salem, Baldwin County, Georgia.

In Black Springs Baptist Churchyard is this indexed grave: "529 Infant son of R. L. Posey 1901 1902." R. L. POSEY is likely our Rosa Lee POSEY.

In a typographical error in the 1935 obituary of her brother James Henry POSEY, she is named as a sister, "Mrs. Rosa HULL of Newport News, Virginia."

Rosa Posey HUFF died in 1954. She is buried in the Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia. Her grave is indexed there as "252 Rosa Posey Huff 1884 1954." A picture of her Grave is on Find A Grave Memorial# 17828652 created by: Jack Johnson on Feb 06, 2007.

ROSA POSEY HUFF
DEC. 20, 1884
FEB. 15, 1954


Notes: Marriage

Groom's Name: Charly Huff
Bride's Name: Rosie Posey
Marriage Date: 29 Jan 1899
Marriage Place: , Baldwin, Georgia
[FamilySearch.org: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M71204-5, System Origin: Georgia-ODM, Source Film Number: 415157, Collection: Georgia Marriages, 1808-1967]


General Notes: Child - Agnes HUFF

Agnes HUFF was the daughter of Charlie P. HUFF and Rosa Lee POSEY. She died ten days before her fifteenth birthday. Agnes is buried in Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia. It is indexed there as: "248 Agnes Huff Jul 19 1900 Jul 9 1915."


General Notes: Child - HUFF

This infant boy, buried in Black Springs Baptist Churchyard next to B. D. (Bright Damascus) POSEY, is thought to be a son of Rosa Lee POSEY who married Charlie P. HUFF about 1899. The infant is indexed as "Row 0, Square 0, Pers. No. 529 Infant son of R.L. Posey 1901 1902." B. D. POSEY is believed to be the boy's granduncle. 1141

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Christopher HUFF




Husband Christopher HUFF (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Walter Eugene HUFF (1947-1998)
       Mother: Elizabeth Jane HUTTO





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General Notes: Husband - Christopher HUFF

Christopher Huff is named as a surviving step-son in the February 1994 obituary of William Hesse Rast, second husband of Elizabeth Jane Hutto Huff Rast.

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Elmer HUFF




Husband Elmer HUFF

         Born: Cir 1895 - Georgia
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         Died: Cir 1895
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       Father: William A. HUFF (Abt 1873-1899) 1006
       Mother: Minnie Lee POSEY (1876-1962) 549





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General Notes: Husband - Elmer HUFF

"Elmer was mentioned in family tradition as a child who died young, but I cannot find him and he would have been from first marriage. Minnie didn't remarry until late in life and married 2x in Va." (Lisa, Aajdec@aol.com)


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George W. HUFF and Nettie Lou OSBOURNE




Husband George W. HUFF 3232

         Born: 1872 - Georgia 1141
   Christened: 
         Died: 1940 - Baldwin County, Georgia 1141
       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: Eli B. HUFF, CSA (1835-      ) 1003
       Mother: Martha Ann BROOKINS (1845-1920) 1005


     Marriage: Cir 1898



Wife Nettie Lou OSBOURNE 1141,3233

         Born: 1881 - Georgia 3233
   Christened: 
         Died: 1959 1141
       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia


Children
1 F Lucy Irene HUFF 3233

         Born: 1914 - Georgia 3233
   Christened: 
         Died: 1963 - Georgia
       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia



2 F Mary W. HUFF 3233

         Born: Abt 1917 - Georgia 3233
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia



3 M Millard HUFF (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Melvin HUFF 3233

         Born: 1926 - Georgia 1141
   Christened: 
         Died: 1992 1141
       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia




General Notes: Husband - George W. HUFF

1930 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Salem Militia District, 1 April 1930; Series: T626 Roll: 336 Page: 102: Sandersville Road -- 184 184 HUFF George Head M W 55 M 25 GA GA GA Farmer General farm; -- Nettie L. F W 48 M 16 GA GA GA; -- Irene Dau F W 15 S GA GA GA; -- Mary W. Dau F W 12 S GA GA GA; -- Millard Son M W 7 S GA GA GA; -- Melvin Son 3+2/12S S GA GA GA.

George W. HUFF is indexed as "Row 0, Square 0, Pers. No. 242 George W. Huff 1872 1940" in the Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia.


General Notes: Wife - Nettie Lou OSBOURNE

Nettie is buried in Black Springs Baptist Churchyard Cemetery, indexed as "Row 0, Square 0, Pers. No. 240 Nettie Lou Osborne Huff 1881 1959."


General Notes: Child - Lucy Irene HUFF

Lucy Irene HUFF is buried next to her father, George W. HUFF in the Black Springs Baptist Churchyard, Baldwin County, Georgia. "243 Lucy Irene Huff 1914 1963" (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/cemeteries/blackspr.txt)

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Olin Carlyle TERRY and Hattie Ione HUFF




Husband Olin Carlyle TERRY 268,2660

         Born: 9 Jan 1889 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 Apr 1986 - Charles City, Virginia
       Buried: 8 Apr 1986 - Parklawn Memorial Park, Hampton, Virginia


       Father: John Lucious TERRY (Abt 1859-1950)
       Mother: Sarah VEAL (Abt 1869-1935) 268


     Marriage: 13 Jun 1909 - Baldwin County, Georgia 268



Wife Hattie Ione HUFF 1109

         Born: 24 May 1894 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 Feb 1977 - Charles City County, Virginia
       Buried: 20 Feb 1977 - Parklawn Memorial Park, Hampton, Virginia


       Father: William A. HUFF (Abt 1873-1899) 1006
       Mother: Minnie Lee POSEY (1876-1962) 549




Children
1 M Olin Linwood TERRY 268,2658

         Born: 1910 - Georgia
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         Died: Bef 7 Apr 1986
       Buried: 



2 F Doris Elaine TERRY 2658,2659

         Born: 9 Dec 1912 - Georgia 241
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 Oct 1992 - Newport News City, Virginia 241
       Buried: 3 Nov 1992 - Parklawn Memorial Park, Hampton, Virginia
       Spouse: Lt Howard Taft ROLLINS, USN, WWII (1908-1963)
         Marr: Cir 1932
       Spouse: James Thomas RUTLEDGE, USA (1913-1992) 241
         Marr: After 1943


3 F Clara Julia TERRY 2658,2659

         Born: 28 Aug 1914 - Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 Jul 2006 - Ashland, Virginia
       Buried:  - Parklawn-Wood Cemetery, Hampton, Virginia
       Spouse: William Oscar BAYLOR, Jr. (1913-1963) 380


4 M W. Aubrey TERRY 2658,2659

         Born: Abt 1917 - Georgia
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General Notes: Husband - Olin Carlyle TERRY

Olin Terry's middle name...is spelled Carlyle. I verified this with his WW I registration card. (Lisa Terry, Aajdec@aol.com)

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 117-Militia District, 16 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 197 Page: 177: 18 19 Terry Olin Head M W 20 M1 10/12 GA GA GA Farm Farming; -- Hattie Wife F W 15 M1 10/12 1 1 GA GA GA; -- Not Named Son M W 0/12 S GA GA GA.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, 98 Militia District, 15 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 284 Page: 169: Fm 188 192 TERRY O. C. Head R M W 30 M GA GA GA Farm Farming; -- Hattie Wife F W 26 M GA; -- Lenwood Son M W 9 S GA GA GA; (next page) -- Dorris Dau F W 7 S GA GA GA; -- Julia Dau 5 F W S GA GA GA; -- Aubrey Son M W 3 S GA GA GA.

1930 U.S. Census, Virginia, Newport News, 4-Wd, Newport News, 5 April 1930; Series: T626 Roll: 2469 Page: 213: Pine Avenue 331 85 85 TERRY, Olin C. Head R 22.00 R M W 41 M 19 GA GA GA Engineer Railway Co.; -- Hattie J. Wife F W 35 M 19 GA GA GA; -- O. Linwood Son M W 20 S GA GA GA Steam Engineer Shipyard; ROLLINS, Doris E. Dau F W 17 M 1 GA GA GA; TERRY C. Julia Dau F W 15 S GA GA GA; -- W. Aubrey Son M W 13 S GA GA GA.

Obituary, DAILY PRESS, Newport News, Virginia, Monday, April 7, 1986:
"Olin C. Terry - Newport News - Olin C. TERRY, 97, died Sunday in Riverside Hospital, Newport News. He was born in Baldwin County, Ga., and had been a Peninsula resident for 63 years. He was a member of Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, Charles City County. He was also a member of James River Hunt Club and a member and hunt master of Fellowship Hunt Club. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Doris T. RUTLEDGE of Newport News and Mrs. Julia T. BAYLOR of Charles City County; two sisters, Mrs. Kate HARLOW and Mrs. Helen ROMANO, both of Newport News; five grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren. A funeral will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Peninsula Funeral Home, Newport News, by the Rev. Loyal PRIOR, pastor emeritus of Hilton Baptist Church. Burial will follow in Parklawn Memorial Park, Hampton. The family will receive friends from 7 to 8 tonight in the funeral home."

OLIN TERRY 09 Jan 1889 Apr 1986 23030 (Charles City, Charles City, VA ) (none specified) 226-10-4740 Virginia. (SSDI)


General Notes: Wife - Hattie Ione HUFF

"My aunt told me that Hattie's father died in a hunting type accident when Hattie was a girl. Story has it he was sitting on the steps with the gun propped up next to him, it slipped and discharged. As far as I know Hattie was always a Huff until she married Olin." (Lisa Terry, Aajdec@aol.com)

Hattie Ione HUFF married Olin Carlyle TERRY in 1909. "Aunt Judy (That was Clara Julia Terry), their daughter, told me their anniversary was 13 June 1909." (Lisa Terry)

Obituary, DAILY PRESS, Newport News, Virginia, Saturday, February 19, 1977:
"Mrs. Terry - Mrs. Hattie Huff TERRY, 82, of Charles City County, died Friday at her home. A native of Baldwin County, Ga., she was a Peninsula resident 45 years before moving to Charles City. She was a member of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church and a former member of Ivy Memorial Baptist Church of Hampton. Survivors include her husband, Olin C. TERRY; two daughters, Mrs. Doris T. RUTLEDGE of Charles City and Mrs. Julia T. BAYLOR of Newport News; a brother Walter E. HUFF of Elkton, Fla.; five grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. A funeral will be conducted at 3:30 p.m. Sunday in Peninsula Funeral Home by the Rev. David F. WHITE, Sr. and the Rev. Walter A. FARRAR. Burial will be in Parklawn Memorial Park. The family will received friends from 7 to 8:30 tonight at the funeral home."

Find A Grave Memorial# 15488664 created by Lisa Dalby on Aug 24, 2006 lists Hattie's buriel in the Garden of the Word, Parklawn Memorial Park, Hampton, Hampton City, Virginia, along with her birth on May 25, 1894 and her death on Feb. 18, 1977.

HATTIE TERRY 24 May 1894 Feb 1977 23030 (Charles City, Charles City, VA ) (none specified) 225-28-4439 Virginia. (SSDI)


Notes: Marriage

Published in the Union Recorder, Milledgeville, Georgia, Jun. 15, 1909, page 12:
"Woodville Items
Mr. Olen TERRY and Miss Hattie HUFF were united in marriage Sunday afternoon at the home of the bride's grandfather in East Baldwin. After the ceremony the bridal party left for Mr. TERRY's home, where they were given supper. The young couple will make their home with the groom's parents. We join their many friends in wishing them much happiness." [Sunday was 13 June 1909.]

Published a month later, in the Milledgeville News, Milledgeville, Georgia, Jul. 16, 1909, page 5:
"HUFF - TERRY WEDDING
Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Hattie Ione HUFF, of this county to Mr. Olin TERRY, of Hancock county, the wedding taking place at the home of her grandfather. The bride is the only daughter of the late W. A. HUFF and she enjoys great popularity among a large circle of friends while the groom is one of the prosperous and energetic farmers of Hancock county. All join in extending wishes for a happy and prosperous life."


General Notes: Child - Olin Linwood TERRY

The 1910 census shows an "not named" son, less than one month old, "0/12". He was later named Olin Linwood TERRY. (Lisa Terry, aajdec@aol.com)

1930 U.S. Census, Virginia, Newport News, 4-Wd, Newport News, 5 April 1930; Series: T626 Roll: 2469 Page: 213: Pine Avenue 331 85 85 TERRY, Olin C. Head R 22.00 R M W 41 M 19 GA GA GA Engineer Railway Co.; -- Hattie J. Wife F W 35 M 19 GA GA GA; -- O. Linwood Son M W 20 S GA GA GA Steam Engineer Shipyard; ROLLINS, Doris E. Dau F W 17 M 1 GA GA GA; TERRY C. Julia Dau F W 15 S GA GA GA; -- W. Aubrey Son M W 13 S GA GA GA.

Olin Linwood Terry is not named among the survivors in the April 7, 1986 obituary of his father, Olin Carlyle Terry.


General Notes: Child - Doris Elaine TERRY

Doris Elaine TERRY married second James T. RUTLEDGE.

Obituary, DAILY PRESS, Newport News, Virginia, Sunday, November 1, 1992:
"Doris T. RUTLEDGE - Newport News - Doris Terry RUTLEDGE, 79, a native of Georgia and a Peninsula resident for 69 years, died Saturday, Oct. 31. Mrs. RUTLEDGE retired from civil service in 1977. She was a member of St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church and Warwick Chapter 1386 Women of the Moose. Survived by a daughter, Jewelle SLAGLE of Hampton; a sister, Julia BAYLOR of Charles City; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Wake 7:30 p.m. at Riverside Funeral Home. Visitation following wake until 8 p.m. at the funeral home. Funeral 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church by the Rev. Ronald J. NAYLOR. Burial in Parklawn Memorial, Hampton."

DORIS T RUTLEDGE 09 Dec 1912 Oct 1992 23601 (Newport News, Newport News City, VA) (none specified) 229-07-1877 Virginia. (SSDI)

Find A Grave Memorial# 15488322


General Notes: Child - Clara Julia TERRY

Clara Julia TERRY, wife of William Oscar BAYLOR, Jr. was known to the family as "Aunt Judy." (Lisa Terry)

Find A Grave Memorial# 15488716

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Henry HUFF, CSA




Husband Henry HUFF, CSA 1003

         Born: Abt 1835 - Georgia
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       Father: James HUFF (Abt 1788-Bef 1860) 1003
       Mother: Irene (Abt 1820-      ) 1003





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General Notes: Husband - Henry HUFF, CSA

This record may be Henry HUFF, brother of Eli B. HUFF, listed immediately above "H. J. HUFF in this record.
"MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY F, 9th REGIMENT GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY ARMY NORTHERN VIRGINIA C. S. A. BALDWIN COUNTY, GEORGIA ("BALDWIN COUNTY VOLUNTEERS") Huff, H. J.----- private August 27, 1862 . Wounded at Ellison's Mill Va. June 26, 1862 . Captured at Spotsylvania, Va. May 12, 1864 . Released at Elmira, N. Y. June 23, 1865." (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/military/civilwar/9th.txt)
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Henry HUFF




Husband Henry HUFF 4744

         Born: Abt 1875 - Georgia
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       Father: HUFF (      -      )
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Henry T. HUFF




Husband Henry T. HUFF 3232

         Born: Abt 1876 - Georgia
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       Father: Eli B. HUFF, CSA (1835-      ) 1003
       Mother: Martha Ann BROOKINS (1845-1920) 1005





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J. William HUFF




Husband J. William HUFF 1109

         Born: Jul 1899 - Georgia
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       Father: William A. HUFF (Abt 1873-1899) 1006
       Mother: Minnie Lee POSEY (1876-1962) 549





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Kayte L. HUFF




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Wife Kayte L. HUFF (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Andy HUFF
       Mother: Angie




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General Notes: Wife - Kayte L. HUFF

Kayte L. Huff is named as a surviving granddaughter in Peggy Daniel Huff's 2011 obituary.

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