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

Daniell & Ditmore



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James COKER and Sarah --?--




Husband James COKER

         Born: Cir 1780
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     Marriage: Bef 1803



Wife Sarah --?--

         Born: Cir 1785
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Children
1 M William COKER 1829

         Born: 3 December 1803 - Laurens County, South Carolina 1829
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 October 1884 - Lowndes County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Old Trickem Church Cemetery
       Spouse: Martha Goodwin WYNFREY
         Marr: Bef 1842


2 M Daniel COKER

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Rita --?--


3 M Thomas COKER

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah --?--
       Spouse: Elizabeth --?--


4 M James COKER

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5 M Henry COKER

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6 M John COKER

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7 F Pleasant COKER

         Born: 
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       Buried: 
       Spouse: Jacob MARTIN


8 F Nancy COKER

         Born: 
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       Spouse: Levi COKER


9 F Elizabeth COKER

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       Buried: 
       Spouse: Harrison BOYT



General Notes: Husband - James COKER

"William COKER was born 3 December 1803 in Laurens County, South Carolina, and the son of James and Sarah (Sallie) COKER." (By Beth Jones Gay of Auburn, Alabama , as received from John M. Coker, Jr., 3/22/2007. Surnames were capitalized by this compiler.)


General Notes: Wife - Sarah --?--

Called "Sallie."
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George EILAND and Sarah --?--




Husband George EILAND

         Born: Abt 1700 - Princess Ann County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1775
       Buried: 


       Father: Richard EILAND, Sr. (1681-Abt 1735)
       Mother: Elizabeth HEATH (Bef 1686-1745)


     Marriage: 2 September 1745



Wife Sarah --?--

         Born: Abt 1717
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Absalom EILAND, RS-SC

          AKA: Absolom EILAND
         Born: Bef 3 October 1749 - North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 August 1814 - Jones County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ann [Possible] DANIEL
         Marr: 1775 - Fairfield District, South Carolina


2 M John EILAND

         Born: Bef 3 October 1749 - North Carolina
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Isaiah EILAND

         Born: Bef 3 October 1749 - North Carolina
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         Died: Bef 5 January 1814 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried: 



4 M James EILAND

         Born: Bef 3 October 1749 - North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - George EILAND

George EILAND was a son of Richard EILAND and Elizabeth HEATH of Princess Anne County, Province of Virginia. The surname EILAND is found in many different spellings.

George is first found in the 7 March 1733 Will of his father: "... after decase [decease] of my beloved wife Elizabeth ILANDS ye whole track of land which I nowe live one [on] with all ye rest of my persernell Estate yt [that] shall then remain it is [my] last will and Testment yt [that] my well beloved sone Gorge [sic] ILANDS shall Injoye ye whole and it is my disier yt [that] my deare wife as long as my pore sick sone Richard ILANDS liveth yt [that] she shall maintain and keepe him as long as he lives and after ye Death of my dear wife my sone George ILANDS which will be heir to my Estate after ye death of my dear wife for him to take care and doe ye like whise if my son Richard Remain and continue alive..."

The Watkins Family History Society provides these dates for George and Sarah EILAND: George Eiland was born 1700.
His wife Sarah was born 1717. They were married in 1735. [http://www.watkinsfhs.net/cgi-bin/igm2/igmget.cgi/n=csharp?I42]

George EILAND married Sarah before 1745 when she is named in the sale of land in Princess Anne County. George claimed a wife and four children in his petition for land in South Carolina on 3 October 1749, indicating all born before that date. "R. Francis Carroll (whose grandmother was Elizabeth Eiland, a direct descendant of Absalom) [wrote] that the "children in order of birth" were" Absalom was the eldest, John, Isaiah, and James." [Barbara Hunt, Silver City, New Mexico, 26 July 2009.] By deduction, Absalom was then born about 1740 and James about 1749.

Virginia and North Carolina records for George EILAND:

"He [James SIMMONS] was underage in 1718 and in North Carolina on 21 Mar 1749. It may be though that he migrated from Princess Ann Co., VA to NC about 1740/41. James Simmons and George Eiland, son of Richard Eiland, also of the Blackwater area in Princess Anne Co., VA petitioned for and received land grants at Edenton [Chowan County] on 12 Mar 1740/41 (copy in file). Several other families from around Blackwater later moved to the same area where James Simmons settled. For whatever reason, it appears that James' wife, Providence and son James did not go to NC with him." [Descendants of James Simmons / Symonds, http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/n/e/Herman-W-Snell/GENE5-0004.html

George's move from his father's land in Currituck Precinct, North Carolina and Princess Anne County, Virginia began about 1743 with his purchase of land in Craven County and was likely completed by the sale of 300 acres in Princess Anne County in 1745, indicating that his mother, who had a life estate on the land, had died before the sale. His "pore sick" brother Richard may also have died relieving George of responsibility for him as well.

1743 - Craven County, NC - Deeds - BRYAN FAMILY COLLECTION thru ca 1800. p 553 - (WPH) - 23 Sept 1743 - James MACKELWEAN to George EILAND 320 acs being part of survey granted to George ROBERTS in 1741 - SS Nuce [Neuse] River opposite land called Fellows land. Wit: Nichl ROUTLEDGE, John BRYAN [http://files.usgwarchives.org/nc/craven/deeds/bryanfamd.txt]

1745 - 2nd Sept 1745, Princess Anne County, Virginia: "George [EILAND] and wife Sarah sold 300a. in Pr. Anne Co VA to Samuel MACASSTON, recorded in Pr. Anne Co VA, according to R. Francis Carroll. 'Bounded on the southeast by the land of James HEATH, to the northeast by land of Jonathan JACKSON, on the northwest by land of Peter JOLLY, and on the southwest by the North River. This was the land in VA bequeathed to him by Richard [EILAND]'s 7 Mar 1733 Will.'" [Pr Anne Co VA Deed Book 6, p. 449. Received July 18, 2009 by email from Barbara Hunt of Silver City, New Mexico.]

Johnston County, North Carolina was created from the western Craven County in 1746.

[North Carolina] INDENTURE 13 Jan 1747 - William HERITAGE of Craven County executor of the last Will and Testament of George ROBERTS late of Craven Co - sells to William TEAGUE of Johnston County - all the lands of ROBERTS not particularly mentioned in his Will - 120 pounds - tract in Johnston County on the SS of the Nuce - 320 acres - on river bank adj where George EILAND now lives - part of a 640 acre patent on ___ June 1741 WIT Jas. MACKIWEAN, SLOAN ?? HYATT Dec Court 1748 R. CASWELL, CC Registered Book 12 ?? p 112 - 12 Jan 1748 John WEST, REG. NOTE: This land was near present day Woodington, Lenoir County END OF DOCUMENT. (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/lenoir/documents/whitfld1.txt)

Minutes of the North Carolina Governor's Council
North Carolina. Council April 04, 1748 - April 06, 1748 Volume 04, Pages 885-887
At a Council held at New Bern 4th April 1748
Present His Excellency the Governor, The Honoble Nath Rice Esqr Member of Council, The Honoble Edwd Moseley Esqr Member of Council, The Honoble Robt Halton Esqr Member of Council, The Honoble Roger Moore Esqr Member of Council, The Honoble Math Rowan Esqr Member of Council, The Honoble Wm Forbes Esqr Member of Council
Read the following petitions for Warrants for Land Vizt
Joseph PITMAN 100 Craven, Henry SMITH 250 Do, Hope WILLET 100 New Hanover, George EILAND 150 Johnston, Jno MEAD 100 Onslow, James CONNER 200 Craven, Ditto 400 Johnston. Granted.
[http://docsouth.unc.edu/csr/index.html/document/csr04-0270]

Minutes of the North Carolina Governor's Council
North Carolina. Council September 28, 1749 - September 30, 1749 Volume 04, page 960-961:
At a Council held at New Bern 30th September 1749
Present His Excellency the Governour, The Honoble Eleazer Allen Esqr Member of Council, The Honoble James Murray Esqr Member of Council, The Honoble William Forbes Esqr Member of Council
Read Sundry Petitions for Warrants for Land as follows Vizt
George EILANDS 150 Johnston, Samuel Ratcliff 200 Do, William Bush 315 Do, Alexander Rouse 87 New Hanover, James Barefield 100 Do, Richard Leith 275 Hyde, Moses Arnold, 50 Craven, Do 200 Do, Philip Shute 440 Beaufort, Thomas Roberson 180 Anson, Edward Givins 275 Do, Robert Runax 75 Do, Samuel Besam 320 Do, William Shirrell 400 Anson, Joseph McDowall, 400 Do, George Faggin 200 Bladen, Benjamin Jackson 200 Anson, Leonard Killins 950 Do, John Killins 1000 Do, Andrew Killins 850 Do, Tyree Harris 600 Do, Thomas Potts 460 Do, Andrew Killins 1000 Do, Thomas Turnbull 800 Bladen Granted
[http://docsouth.unc.edu/csr/index.html/document/csr04-0295#p4-961]

These land records from early Johnston County are listed in "Old Dobbs County." Dobbs County did not exist until 1758 when it was created from eastern Johnston County:
NC - GRANTOR/GRANTEE INDEX OF JOHNSTON, DOBBS, AND LENOIR COUNTIES
Transcribed by Martha Mewborn Marble
"PLEASE NOTE THAT THE ACTUAL DEEDS DO NOT EXIST TODAY." Court house fires destroyed all but the indices from which the below are extracted:
Old Dobbs County BOOK 1 - November l746 - April l750 From: EILAND, George To: Edward HOOD (page) 17
Old Dobbs County BOOK 2 - April 1750 - April 1754 From: EILAND, George To: Richard SARSNET (page) 28
[http://smithharper.org/files/Johnston%20County,%20NC/NCGranteeIndexDobbs,Johnston,Lenoir.pdf]

A chain of South Carolina records chronologically follows George's disposing of his land in North Carolina and his migration to South Carolina. George EILAND is in South Carolina records from July 1749 until at least 1775 when he gives a lease and release of property to his son Absalom.

George EILAND petitioned for a grant of 350 acres to the South Carolina Council on 3 Oct 1749. In it, he states that he "arrived three months ago to settle with his family, in which for 350 acres for himself, wife, 4 children, in which with himself, are six, that is to say six whites and one black." The grant was for 350 acres on the North side of the Santee River, bounded North adjacent John BOWLES near Butler Creek. [SC Council Journal, vol. 17, p. 638]. [Compilations by Mrs. Quane Fletcher, received from Jere Fletcher, sent by Barbara Hunt of Silver City, New Mexico]

In another petition five years later, George claims himself and three children. ["Between 1749 and 1754, Sarah had left George, taking baby James with her. George kept Absalom, John, and Isaiah." [Barbara Hunt, Silver Lake, New Mexico]

On 5 May 1754, George EILAND petitioned the South Carolina Council in which he set forth that "petitioner is possessed of a tract near Congree [sic], on which he hath built a house and made considerable improvements, and was every day determined to come down to prove family right, but on account of poverty and want of money to go through the offices, he hath delayed until now to make application to Your Excell. and Honors, but in the mean time the said land he lives upon has been run out by Jacob SUMMERALL, by virtue of a receipt he obtained for said surveying, but as the taking away the said improved land would be an utter ruin to your petitioner, and family, he humbly prays Your Excell. and Honors that as he hath three children and himself, for whom not any land has been assigned, that you would be pleased to order thee Surv. Gen. to lay out to the petitioner 200 acres of land on the tract which he hath improved and lives on." The Council rejected this petition. Two days later, George again petitioned the Council, this time to prolong his warrant for 350 acres on the Santee, dated 4 October 1749, and that his land be near water of the Savannah River. This petition was granted and the warrant prolonged for six months from present date, 7 May 1754. George EILAND received a land grant in Granville County, South Carolina on 5 May 1754. [SC Council Journal, vol. 23, p. 230] [Compilations by Mrs. Quane Fletcher, received from Jere Fletcher, sent by Barbara Hunt of Silver City, New Mexico]

SC Archives: Series: S213184 Volume: 0005 Page: 00466 Item: 02 Date: 5/13/1754 Description: EILAND, GEORGE, PLAT FOR 300 [sic, 350] ACRES IN GRANVILLE COUNTY. Names indexed: CHATWIN, Joseph; EILAND, George; HUNTER, George. Locations: Granville County; Savannah River. [Plat survey shows 350 acres of land in the fork between Cedar Creek and Nobles Creek and north of Cedar Creek, all sides vacant. The warrant was noted as being out of date and the certificate was left blank. View the plat at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=95865.
The location of the fork of Cedar Creek and Nobles Creek is 10.5 miles SW of the arbitrary center of Edgefield, South Carolina as determined from the current SC Department of Transportation Map as the intersection of SC State Roads 23 and 34.]
[Location of Nobles Creek: Nobles Creek was later called Horns Creek. At http://gennotes.150m.com/harvey.html a "Map of Edgefield County, SC 1785-1871" shows "Horn Cr (formerly Nobles) as a tributary of Stevens Creek and a Cedar Cr., a little west of Edgefield Town, joining with Rock Cr. and Lick Fork as its tributaries. Stevens Creek is a tributary of the Savannah River. This location places the George EILAND family in proximity of lands later owned by James DANIELL of Fairfield and/or his nephew, William DANIEL of Edgefield.

This was a regranting of the above 350 acres:
SC Archives Series Number: S213019 Volume: 0006 Page: 00269 Item: 00 Date: 1755/03/08 Description: EILAND, George, Land Grant for 350 acres in Granville County. Names Indexed: EILAND, George. Locations: Granville County.
In South Carolina Royal Grants, Volume 1, 1732 - 1761, Brent H. Holcomb's abstract reads: "6, 269: George Eiland, 350 acres on waters of Savannah River in Granville County, 8 March 1755 Plat certified 13 May 1754. Deliv'd to Julius Nichols 27 Sept 1756."
SC Archives Series Number: S372001 Volume: 02R0 Page: 00108 Item: 00 Date: 1756-1757 Description: EILAND, George to William NICHOLS, Lease and Release for 350 Acres of Land on Nobles Creek, Granville County. Names Indexed: EILAND, George/NICHOLS, William. Locations: Nobles Creek/Granville County.

1765 - "Sarah Eiland [possibly George's wife] was a witness to the Will of Frances Walters in Craven Co, SC. This is the last time R. Francis Carroll found a record of Sarah." [Barbara Hunt] [A search for Frances Walters's LW&T was not fruitful. A Matthew Walters is in records from Craven, last found in 1769. RLD]

In 1770, George's son Absalom EILAND obtained a land grant in St. John's Parish, South Carolina. Effective in 1767[?], headright grants of 100 acres could be given to anyone aged 18 or over. A grant of 100 acres no longer implied that a person was married or had a second person with them.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0018 Page: 00395 Item: 01 Date: 1770/08/10 Description: MILAND, Absolom, Plat for 100 Acres in St. Johns Parish. Names Indexed: BREMAR, John/MILAND, Absolom/GREEDING, Peter/MERCAIN, Bengman/STEVENSON, Andrew/Locations: Saint Johns Parish/Berkeley County. [No location given on this land, but St. John's Parish is on the Santee river below the junction of the Congaree (Saluda) and Wateree Rivers and above Charleston in the area of Dorchester.]
SC Archives: Series Number: S111001 Volume: 0010 Page: 00380 Item: 04 Date: 1771/04/08 Description: MILAND, Absalom, Memorial for 100 Acres in St. Johns Parish, Berkley County. Names Indexed: MILAND, Absalom/COMMINGS, Benjamin/GREEDING, Peter/MARION, Benjamin. [NOTE: The original plat for this land lists Absalom "HIGHLAND*" in the handwritten description with the "gh" lined out as if to correct the spelling. The asterisk may have been added at a later date as it is entered as "*MILAND" at the bottom of the page. RLD]

George retained ownership of his 350 acres in the fork of Nobles (Horns) Creek and Cedar Creek because he apparently did not vacate the land and William NICHOLS failed to record the sale. His continuing presence is shown by this record:
SC Archives: Series: S213184 Volume: 0021 Page: 00210 Item: 02 Date: 2/12/1771 Description: SUMMERALL, Joseph, Plat for 100 Acres in Granville County. Names indexed: BREMAR, John; CUNNINGHAM, Patrick; HILLAND, George; SUMMERALL, Joseph. Locations: Granville County; Stevens Creek. [The plat states this 100 acres is bounded on the NE side "on land laid out unto George HILLAND" and all other sides vacant.

Charleston Deeds, Book 4Q, pages 347-350: 21 April 1775. "George EILAND to Absalom EILAND, lease 30 August 1774, between George Eiland of St. David's Parish, Georgia and Absalom EILAND of Colleton Co. S. C. for 5 shillings, tract of 350 acres in Granville Co., on waters of Savannah River, mouth of Cedar Creek and Nobles Cr. for term of six months, rent of one peppercorn, etc. - by virtue of these presents, said Absalom EILAND may be able to accept a grant and release of the reversion and inheritance thereof to the said Absalom EILAND. Francis SINQUEFIELD." [Compilations by Mrs. Quane Fletcher, received from Jere Fletcher, sent by Barbara Hunt of Silver City, New Mexico]

Charleston Deeds, Book 4Q, pages 351-354: "'George EILAND to Absalom EILAND. Release 20 August 1774. George EILAND of St. David's Parish, Georgia to Absalom EILAND of Colleton Co., S.C. for 500 pounds, tract of 350 acres, Granville Co. directed 4 Oct. 1749, rec. 7 May 1734, Savannah River at mouth of Cedar Cr. at Nobles Cr. and said George EILAND doth covenant with said Absalom EILAND that he, said George EILAND has good title and lawful authority to convey said tract. Signed George EILAND. Witnesses: Abner EILAND, Samuel WILLEFORD, Jacob SIMS." [Compilations by Mrs. Quane Fletcher, received from Jere Fletcher, sent by Barbara Hunt of Silver City, New Mexico] [*Who was Abner EILAND? It has been said that "Abner" was Absalom.]

"Absalom sold this land to John RAINSFORD of 96 District SC, according to R. Francis Carroll. Recorded 21 April 1775 after they tracked down Jacob SIMS in St Matthew's Parish GA and proved above deed. An Abner EILAND was one of the witnesses. Today St. David's Parish is Glynn Co., GA. This is the last time R. Francis Carroll found record of George. So George died sometime after 1774. R. Francis Carroll suggests William NICHOLS and John RAINSFORD may have been relatives of George EILAND." [Barbara Hunt] [No proof of a NICHOLS or RAINSFORD relationship has been offered. RLD]

George is said to have died in 1776 in Oglethorpe County, Georgia or St. David's Parish, Georgia, but supporting documentation is not yet found. [Note: a St. David's Parish, South Carolina "covered the exact same area as Cheraw District, the counties of Darlington, Chesterfield, and Marlboro." Saint David's Parish was created from Saint Mark's Parish in 1768. [Formation of South Carolina Counties]

This 1783 record is a testimony concerning the 1756-57 lease and release above, and was apparently recorded after George EILAND's death.
SC Archives: Series: S363001 Volume: 05I0 Page: 00147 ignore: 000 Date: 1783 Description: EILAND, George to William NICHOLLS, Affidavit. Names indexed: EILAND, George; NICHOLLS, William. Locations: [Blank]. In summary, William NICHOLS explains to Justice William Jones, 96 District, why the lease and release of the 350 acres on Cedar Creek and Nobles Creek he purchased from George EILAND "about 27 or 28 years ago" was never recorded and the titles were lost. William's failure to record the titles forfeited his claim to the land and invalidated his attempted sale of it to Thomas GREEN of Charleston. The affidavit is sworn to and dated 26 October 1821, recorded 11 February 1784.

SC Archives: Series: S213190 Volume: 0017 Page: 00170 Item: 000 Date: 7/25/1785 names John RAINSFORD on a plat of 191 acres surveyed for John MOSELEY on Horn [previously called Nobles] Creek in Ninety Six District [Edgefield]. View indexed name and locations at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/RecordDetail.aspx?RecordId=187479
Edgefield County South Carolina Abstracts of Deed Books 1-12, 1786 - 1796, Vol. 1, by Ge Lee Corley Hendrix, C. G., records two abstracts relating to George EILAND:
1. Deed Book 3, 1787 - 1788, p. 73- 74, 12 Jan 1789, which relates to Robert MOSELEY and his wife Penny and John RAINSFORD, "Planters of Horns Creek, making a "sure and perfect title" to 8 and one half acres of land in dispute for sometime. The land was laid out to Jacob [sic] SUMMERALL, Jr. "adj. George EILAND" and now belongs to said John RAINSFORD.
2. Deed Book 5, 1791, p. 230-232, 23 Aug 1791, which relates to the 2 Feb 1771 grant above to Joseph SUMMERALL and states the land was adjacent to "George EILAND."

[Pertinent to the EILAND family discussion? 1772 - SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0013 Page: 00304 Item: 01 Date: 1772/09/23 Description: BOYLE, Charles, Plat for 150 Acres in Colleton County. Names Indexed: BOYLE, Charles/ISLAND, Thomas/ANDERSON, Thomas/FOSTER, Henry/CUNNINGHAM, Patrick/BREMAR, John/Locations: Colleton County; Saluda River. [Who was the Thomas ISLAND with land on the Saluda River by 1772?]


General Notes: Wife - Sarah --?--

Some say Sarah's maiden name was JAMES.
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William SHAW and Sarah --?--




Husband William SHAW

         Born: Cir 1820 - Jones County, Georgia
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       Father: Daniel SHAW (      -      )
       Mother: Nancy EILAND (Abt 1785-      )


     Marriage: Abt 1850



Wife Sarah --?--

         Born: Abt 1831 - Georgia
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Children

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Thomas COKER and Sarah --?--




Husband Thomas COKER

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


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Elizabeth --?--



Wife Sarah --?--

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Children

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Benjamin WEEKS and Sarah --?--




Husband Benjamin WEEKS

         Born: Cir 1742
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         Died: 
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     Marriage: Cir 1765



Wife Sarah --?--

         Born: Cir 1744
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Children
1 M Elisha WEEKS

         Born: Cir 1780
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Anna --?--
         Marr: Bef 1804



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John WOMACK and Sarah --?--




Husband John WOMACK 1830

         Born: Cir 1785
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     Marriage: Bef 1808



Wife Sarah --?-- 1830

         Born: Cir 1785
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Children
1 F Martha M. WOMACK 1830

         Born: 8 December 1808 - Hancock County, Georgia 1830
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 May 1848 - Lowndes County, Alabama 1830
       Buried:  - Hayneville Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama
       Spouse: Capt. Edward Hampton HERBERT, CSA 90
         Marr: Bef 1824 - Butler County, Alabama



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MURDOCK and Sarah A. --?--




Husband MURDOCK

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef 1850 1831
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1826



Wife Sarah A. --?-- 1831

         Born: Abt 1804 - South Carolina 1831
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         Died: 
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Children
1 F Rebecca Ellen MURDOCK 1831,1832

         Born: Abt 1826 - Alabama 1831
   Christened: 
         Died: 1881
       Buried:  - Mitchell Cemetery, Montgomery County, Alabama
       Spouse: Colonel Julius Caesar Bonaparte MITCHELL, CSA 1831,1833
         Marr: Abt 1847 1832


2 F Sarah MURDOCK 1831

         Born: Abt 1831 - Alabama 1831
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         Died: 
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Thomas F. NEWTON and Sarah A. --?--




Husband Thomas F. NEWTON

         Born: Abt 1814 - Maryland
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1860
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1840



Wife Sarah A. --?-- 1347

         Born: Abt 1822 - Georgia 1834
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Children
1 M Charles W. NEWTON 1347

         Born: Abt 1840 - Georgia 1347
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         Died: 
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2 M Edward NEWTON 1347

         Born: Abt 1843 - Georgia 1347
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3 M Arthur R. NEWTON 1347

         Born: Abt 1848 - Georgia 1347
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General Notes: Husband - Thomas F. NEWTON

!850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Bibb County, page 165b: 215 NEWTON, Thomas F. 36 m taylor b. Maryland S.A. 28 f I?(T?) A. 13 m A.E 10 f C.W. 9 m E.A. 5 m Arther 2 m. (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/bibb/census/1850/pg140.txt)


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

Sarah A. NEWTON runs a boarding house in Macon, Georgia in 1860. She is likely a widow because of the three NEWTON children with her.

1860 U.S. Census, Bibb County, Macon, Macon P O, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 111 Page: 466:
413 434 Sarah A. NEWTON 38 F W Boarding house --- 1000 GA;
Charles W. " 19 M W Clery GA;
Edward " 14 M W GA;
Arthur R. " 11 M W GA;
William P. MORGAN 25 M W GA;
Anna E. " " 20 F W GA;
Alexander RICHARDS 60 M W Carpenter 3000 --- NC;
Malinda C. " 55 F W GA;
Florence " 16 F W GA;
Joel T. CALLOWAY 28 M W Clerk GA;
Louisa F. " 24 F W GA;
James DANIEL 26 M W Gas Fister(?) --- 2000 MO;
Laura E. " 17 M W F W GA;
James " 5/12 M W GA;
David H. ROSS 17 M W Clerk ---221 GA;
Welcome USERY 43 M W Book Keeper GA;
Joshua G. WHITE 22 M W Law Student GA.
Near by:
426 447 Martha DANIEL 38 F W --- 1000 GA;
Mary E. " F W GA.

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William H. LESTER, CSA and Sarah A. --?--




Husband William H. LESTER, CSA

         Born: Abt 1822 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 June 1870 1835
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1836



Wife Sarah A. --?-- 561

         Born: Abt 1819 - Georgia 561
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Children
1 M Lucius LESTER 561

         Born: Abt 1837 - Georgia 561
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary J. --?-- 1536
         Marr: Bef 1867


2 F Evangelina LESTER 296

          AKA: Angela BUTTS,1536 Evangela LESTER,561 Vangiller LESTER
         Born: 14 May 1840 - Georgia 561
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1 June 1900 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: John H. TERRY 296
         Marr: 26 October 1856 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: Thomas E. C. BUTTS 295
         Marr: 13 March 1873 - Baldwin County, Georgia


3 F Westera LESTER 561

         Born: Abt 1842 - Georgia 561
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: David Jasper TOMKINS
         Marr: January 1866


4 M Camillus LESTER, CSA 296,561

         Born: Abt 1845 - Georgia 561
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Eliza --?-- 562
         Marr: Bef 1 June 1870


5 F Virginia Ann LESTER 561

         Born: 15 July 1845 - Georgia 561
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 July 1932 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


6 M William Twiggs LESTER 561,1835

         Born: 29 October 1847 - Georgia 561
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 January 1904
       Buried:  - Black Springs Baptist Church Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia 1836



7 M John D. LESTER 296

         Born: Abt 1852 - Georgia 296
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



8 F Sarah LESTER 296

         Born: Abt 1854 - Georgia 296
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



9 F Emma LESTER 1835

         Born: Abt 1861 - Georgia 1835
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - William H. LESTER, CSA

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 106 District; Series: M432 Roll: 72 Page: 38: 566 580 John ARNOLD 69 M Farmer 1000 NC; Dorcas " 68 F NC. [same dwelling] 566 581 Wm H. LESTER 38 M Farmer 80 GA; Sarah A. " 31 F Ga; Lucius " 13 M GA X; Evangala 10 F GA; Westera " 8 F GA; Camillus 6 M GA; Virginia " 4 F AL; William T. " 1 M AL.

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Salem District, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 111 Page: 224: 725 670 William LESTER 47 M W Farmer 3000 3000 GA; Lucius " 23 M W Farm laborer --- 300 GA; Sarah " 40 F W GA. Next door is William and Sarah's daughter Evangelina and John TERRY's family who also have Evangelina's younger siblings in her home.

Heyward LESTER is named on the roster of the Hardwick Rifles, Company A, later part of the &th Georgia Cavalry, Company K. Heyward may be William H. LESTER whose son Camillus also served the Confederacy in the War Between the States, in the Hardwick Mounted Rifles, later part of the 7th Georgia Cavalry. "Lester, Heyward GA Hardwick Mtd.Rifles Co.A GA 7th Cav. Co.H" (http://ernieiler.tripod.com/7th_soldiers/hmr_roster.html)

7TH GEORGIA CAVALRY REGIMENT was organized during the spring of 1864 at Rome, Georgia. It was formed by consolidating the 21st and 24th Georgia Cavalry Battalions and J. L. McAllister's Hardwick Mounted Rifles. The men were recruited in Augusta and Hardwick [Ga] and the counties of Miller, Randolph, Banks, and Wayne. Ordered to Virginia, the regiment was placed in P. M. B. Young's and Gary's Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia. It participated in The Wilderness Campaign and later the battles about Cold Harbor and conflicts south of the James River. Sent to Georgia, the 7th Cavalry was dismounted and with 200 men took part in the defense of Savannah. It returned to Virginia and continued the fight around Petersburg and Appomattox. The unit surrendered 3 officers and 39 men. Colonel William P. White, Lieutenant Colonel Joseph L. McAllister, and Majors Edward C. Anderson, Jr. and John N. Davies were in command. (Source: Crute, Joseph H., Jr. _Units of the Confederate States Army_. Midlothian, VA: Derwent Books, 1987.)

William is not named with his family in the 1870 census. His wife, Sarah, is head of household. He may have perished in the war.


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

Sarah A. married William H. LESTER about 1836. In 1870, she is head of household, presumed widowed.
1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Baldwin County, Milledgeville P O, 1 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 134 Page: 159: 206 203 LESTER Sarah 49 F W Keeping house 475 175 GA; -- Twiggs 20 M W Farm laborer AL; -- Virginia 21 M W AL; -- John D. 16 M W Farm laborer GA; -- Emma 8 F W GA. Next door is Sarah's son, Lucius L. LESTER, 32, and family.

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James Taylor CHILES, Sr. and Sarah Ann --?--




Husband James Taylor CHILES, Sr.

         Born: Abt 1831 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died:  - Oktibbeha County, Mississippi
       Buried:  - Odd Fellows Cemetery
     Marriage: Bef 1854



Wife Sarah Ann --?-- 1837

         Born: Abt 1830 - South Carolina 1837
   Christened: 
         Died:  - Oktibbeha County, Mississippi
       Buried:  - Odd Fellows Cemetery


Children
1 M Mark CHILES 1837

         Born: Abt 1854 - Mississippi 1837
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M John S. CHILES 1837

         Born: Abt 1855 - Mississippi 1837
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Letha CHILES 1837

         Born: Abt 1857 - Mississippi 1837
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F Mary CHILES 1837

         Born: Abt 1859 - Mississippi 1837
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M James Taylor CHILES, Jr. 1837

         Born: 8 June 1861 - Mississippi 1837
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 May 1927 - Oktibbeha County, Mississippi
       Buried:  - Odd Fellows Cemetery
       Spouse: Amanda ROUSSEAU


6 F Martha CHILES 1837

         Born: Abt 1863 - Mississippi 1837
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



7 F Lula CHILES 1837

         Born: Abt 1866 - Mississippi 1837
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - James Taylor CHILES, Sr.

POSSIBLE SON OF John M. CHILES and Martha Caroline Hirons LAFARGUE of Richland County, South Carolina.

1850 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Oktibbeha County, No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 379 Page: 288: 455 455 [Partial] John R. BOYLES 63 M Farmer 1000 TN; ...; James CHILES 20 M School teacher AL.

1860 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Okibbeha County, Starkville P O; Series: M653 Roll: 589 Page: 120:
938 802 James T. CHILES 26 M Farming 640 3500 SC;
Sallie 26 F SC;
Meek 6 M MS;
James 4 M MS;
Letha 3 F MS;
Mary 1 F MS.

1870 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Okibbeha County, Whitefield P O; Series: M593 Roll: 744 Page: 399: 248 247 CHILES James T. 39 M W Farmer --- 324 SC; -- Sarah A. 40 F W Keeping house SC; -- Mark(?) 16 M W Farm laborer MS; -- John S. 15 M W Farm laborer MS; -- Letha 13 F W MS; -- Mary 11 F W MS; -- James T. 9 M W MS; -- Martha 7 F W MS; -- Lula 4 F W MS.

1880 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Okibbeha County, Starkville; Series: T9 Roll: 660 Page: 465:
7 9 CHILES James T. W M 50 M Lawyer SC VA SC;
-- Sarah A. W F 50 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC;
-- John S. W M 24 Son S Laborer MS SC SC;
-- Letha W F 23 Dau S Teaching in school MS SC SC;
-- Mary W F 19 Dau S At school MS SC SC;
-- James T. Jr. W M 16 Son S At school MS SC SC;
-- Martha B. W F 14 Dau S At school MS SC SC;
-- Lula W F 11 Dau S At school MS SC SC.

1900 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Okibbeha County, Ward 1, Starkville; Series: T623 Roll: 823 Page: 42:
1 1 CHILES James T. Head W M Feb 1831 69 M 52 SC VA France Lawyer;
-- Sarah A. Wife W F Oct 1829 70 M 52 4 4 SC SC SC.

The family graves of James Taylor CHILES is in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Oktibbeha County, Mississippi:
Chiles Family Marker:
James Taylor Chiles, Sr.
Sarah Ann Chiles
James Taylor Chiles, Jr. June 8, 1861 May 6, 1927
Amanda Rousseau Chiles Aug. 29, 1862 Aug. 11, 1937
(http://www.oktibbehamsgenealogy.org/cemeteries/Oddfellows/Oddfellows_Block_11_Old_Part.txt)
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Colonel John GUNNELL and Sarah Ann --?--




Husband Colonel John GUNNELL 1838,1839

         Born: 7 March 1793 - Virginia 130
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 June 1874 - Vienna, Virginia
       Buried:  - Andrew Chapel Cemetery


       Father: William GUNNELL (1750-1820) 1840
       Mother: Sarah COLEMAN (1761-1819) 1840


     Marriage: 



Wife Sarah Ann --?-- 1838,1839

         Born: Abt 1799 - Virginia 1841
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 June 1870 130
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Colonel John GUNNELL

"John GUNNELL inherited a part of William GUNNELL III's plantation known as Hidden Springs. Here he enlarged a small existing timber-framed house. He was farming large tracts of land at this time and was listed on the Slave Schedule as owning twenty-two slaves\emdash a very great number for this area. Like his father and other men in the family, he followed a tradition of public service. He was recommended for lieutenant in the 60th Regiment of Virginia Militia in 1816, and by his death in 1874, he had risen to the rank of colonel. He also served as a road surveyor, a magistrate, was a member of the School Commission from 1837 to 1845, sheriff from 1847 to 1850, and justice for Fairfax County from 1835 to 1856.7...
This land on which the John Gunnell House was built was once part of the 12,588-acre Great Falls Manor of Thomas, sixth Lord Fairfax. Early settlers grew tobacco transported by rolling road to the tobacco houses at the Ports of Georgetown and Alexandria. In the second half of the eighteenth century, farmers on this isolated, up-country land leased small parcels of 100 to 200 acres from Bryan Fairfax, who would be Thomas's heir. Practicing agrarian reform, Bryan required each farmer to build a 16 foot x 16 foot or a 16 foot x 20 foot log house and plant orchards and a crop other than tobacco or corn. The latter were forbidden because of the devastating effect they had had on the fertility of the farm land to the south. In 1791, William Gunnell III and his wife Sara Coleman bought 676 acres of land from Bryan Fairfax, adding it to 450 acres bought from John Harle in 1785. This parcel became the center of a large, self-sufficient plantation of more than 1,000 acres, including more than forty slaves. Fruit, wheat, rye, tobacco, corn, and flax were grown here. At his death in 1820, the house and 159 acres went first to William's daughter Ann; and then, at her untimely death, to his son George. In 1842 the property was sold on the courthouse steps to Charles Binn who advocated the use of limestone to restore land impoverished by corn and tobacco crops. In 1844 Binn sold the property to William Gunnell III's nephew, George W. Gunnell. His advertisement of the sale in the Alexandria Gazette, April 27,1844, gives a good description of farming here:
There are 15 or 20 acres of prime meadow ground. On it is a large frame HOUSE
containing six rooms…also Kitchen, Stable, Corn-house, Meat house and Dairy.
In the Orchard and adjoining fields there are 289 Trees of choice Apples, 100 of
Peaches of different kinds, Quinces, Pears, Plums, & every variety of Cherries.
From the sale of fruit in the markets of the District of Columbia, the subscriber
has made more than 12 per cent on the price he is willing to take for the land.
There are never failing streams and springs of fine water in each of the 5 fields.
Binn also referred to livestock, including horses, cows, sheep, and hogs. Since he owned the property for only two years, this description must be of the farm Gunnell had developed, and his sons, George and John, continued. Until recently, there was a barn at Gunnell's Run which was typical of early-nineteenth-century barns in this area. It was timber-framed with pegged mortise and-tenon joinery, tall windows, and a central entrance through the longitudinal sides. There was a similar barn on the property where the John Gunnell house was built. A 1950s oil painting by Nancy Stevenson shows the barn with additions. It may have been part of William Gunnell III's plantation, servicing farming activities on this parcel. Clearly very old and in very bad condition in the 1950s, it was subsequently demolished.
After the division of William Gunnell III's estate, only John and George remained farming the land. One sister died, the others married and moved away. The other two brothers chose medicine rather than farming as a career. Various parcels were sold out of the family. The large number of slaves\emdash greater than the land could support\emdash became a problem. George spent some years in Mississippi leasing the slaves. This extended absence contributed to his eventual bankruptcy and loss of the William Gunnell III home place. George died in 1850 with John acting as executor. John was listed in the 1859 Fairfax County personal property tax records as having one male over sixteen (probably George Coleman), five slaves over sixteen, eight slaves over twelve, seven horses or mules valued at $350.00, twenty-five cattle or sheep valued at $300.00, two carriages or wagons valued at $300.00, 2 watches valued at $200.00, 2 clocks valued at $10.00, all gold & silver plate valued at $900.00, all household & kitchen furniture valued at $1,200.00, and cash on hand $750.00. By local standards he was very wealthy. In 1862, his horses were reduced to five, his cattle to seventeen, and his cash to $700.00. There were no slaves and no sheep or hogs. His other personal property remained more or less the same. In spite of heavy foraging by both armies in this area, John Gunnell remained a wealthy man. Coleman had been arrested and imprisoned briefly in the District of Columbia as a southern sympathizer. John, described by General McCall as "a noted leader of the oppressors of Union Men, and agent for the secessionist army" eluded arrest.12 In the U. S. Census of 1870, John Gunnell was listed as a farmer, with real estate valued at $12,500.00 and personal property valued at $1,000.00. Seventy-seven years old, he lived with his neighbor, James O. Tucker. At his death in 1874, his estate inventory catalogs the kind of tools and equipment used by a farmer here at that time. It includes unusual items such as a road scraper, mill stones, and grain fan and lists the often elegant household furnishings room by room. 13." (John Gunnell House, Fairfax County, Virginia, NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES REGISTRATION FORM, http://www.dhr.virginia.gov/registers/Counties/Fairfax/029-5525_GunnellHouse_2006_NRdraft.pdf)

1830 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, No Twp; Series: M19 Roll: 201 Page: 236: GUNNELL, John 1M 30-40; 1F 30-40.

1850 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 942 Page: 131: 361 361 John GUNNELL 57 M Farmer 4320 Va; Sarah A. GUNNELL 50 F VA.

1860 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, No Twp, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1343 Page: 993: 1166 John GUNNELL 67 M W Farmer 14,000 13,000 VA; Sarah GUNNELL 60 F W Married VA; Geo G. COLEMAN 27 M --- 250 VA.

During the War Between the States, John suffered, as did the rest of the family, for his Southern sympathies. He is listed as one of the men who voted in favor of the Ordinance of Secession.

John survived the war. In 1870 he resides in the household of James O. TUCKER and family, next door neighbors of George G. COLEMAN, John's nephew by his sister Sarah GUNNELL.

1870 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, Dranesville Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1645 Page: 270: 191 190 TUCKER James O 65 M W Farmer 3500 1000 VA; -- Ann 60 F W Keeping House VA; -- George W. 30 M W Farm hand VA Sep (Married in Sep, wife is Mary F., below, also married in Sep); -- James L. 28 M W Farm hand VA APR (Married in Apr, wife is Georgia A., below, also married in Apr); -- John P. 25 M W Farm hand VA; -- Mary V. 21 F W Without occupation VA; -- Theodore F. 18 M W Farm hand VA; -- Mary F. 21 F W Without occupation VA Sep (Wife of George W.); -- Georgia A. 22 F W Without occupation VA Apr (Wife of James L.); GUNNELL, John 77 M W Farmer 12,500 1000 VA.
John died on 23 June 1874.


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Ann --?--

Sarah Ann was born about 1799. She is 60 years old, married to John GUNNELL, 67, in the 1860 census of Fairfax County, Virginia. John is in the 1870 census, but Sarah is missing, presumed to have died.
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Nathaniel WICKER and Sarah Ann L. --?--




Husband Nathaniel WICKER

         Born: Abt 1825 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1849



Wife Sarah Ann L. --?--

         Born: Abt 1828 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M James T. WICKER

         Born: 1850 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Nathaniel WICKER

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, Division 91, 12 Nov 1850; Series: M432 Roll: 87 Page: 231: "William H. DANIEL 23 M W Overseer GA" is in the household of Nathaniel WICKER, 25, wife Sarah Ann L., 22, and son James T., one month, all born GA.

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John A. FLOYD and Sarah C. --?--




Husband John A. FLOYD 1842

         Born: February 1848 - North Carolina 1843
   Christened: 
         Died:  - Gonzales County, Texas
       Buried:  - Floyd Chapel Cemetery, Gonzales County, Texas
     Marriage: Abt 1869



Wife Sarah C. --?-- 1842

         Born: October 1844 - Mississippi 1843
   Christened: 
         Died:  - Gonzales County, Texas
       Buried:  - Floyd Chapel Cemetery, Gonzales County, Texas

 Other Spouse: UNKNOWN - Abt 1866


Children
1 F Luella FLOYD 1842

         Born: Abt 1872 - Texas 1842
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Alexander H. FLOYD 1842

         Born: July 1872 - Texas 1843
   Christened: 
         Died:  - Gonzales County, Texas
       Buried:  - Floyd Chapel Cemetery, Gonzales County, Texas



3 F Amanda A. FLOYD 1842,1844

         Born: November 1874 - Texas 1844
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 July 1946 - Gonzales County, Texas
       Buried:  - Floyd Chapel Cemetery, Gonzales County, Texas
       Spouse: James Daniel RAIFORD 1174
         Marr: Abt 1900 1845


4 F Catherine L. FLOYD 1842

         Born: January 1877 - Texas 1843
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 F Catty Vaughn FLOYD 1842

         Born: November 1878 - Texas 1843
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 M Russell C. FLOYD 1843

         Born: December 1880 - Texas 1843
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



7 F Finnie FLOYD 1843

         Born: July 1882 - Texas 1843
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



8 F Rena J. FLOYD 1843

         Born: June 1888 - Texas 1843
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John A. FLOYD

1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Gonzales County, Pct-5 Belmont; Series: M593 Roll: 1587 Page: 501: 35 38 FLOYD John 22 M W Stock raiser 259 453 NC; -- Sallie 26(?) F W Housekeeping MS; -- William 2 M W TX; JONES Russell 21 M W _______ MS. (Related to Sallie, both from MS?)

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Gonzales County, 71-Dist; Series: T9 Roll: 1306 Page: 494: 9 9 FLOYD John A. W M 33 M Farmer NC NC NC; -- Sallie C. W F 35 Wife Keeping house MS TN GA; -- Luella W F 8 Dau S TX NC MS; -- Aleck H. W M 7 Son S TX NC MS; -- Amanda A. W F Dau 5 Dau S TX NC MS; -- Catherine W F 3 Dau S TX NC MS; -- Catty Vaughn W F 1 Dau S TX NC MS; -- Wm Franklin W F 11 StepDau S TX NC MS.
(NOTES: William was a 2 year old male in 1870. This family has a small backwards slashes through the family names an information except states of birth, as if removed from the census. They have not been located elsewhere. RLD)

1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Gonzales County, Pct-5; Series: T623 Roll: 1639 Page: 222: 171 172 FLOYD John A. Head W M Feb 1848 52 M 30 NC NC NC Farmer; -- Sarah C. Wife W F Oct 1844 55 M 30 10 9 MS TN GA; -- Alexander H. Son W M July 1872 27 S TX NC MS Farmer; -- Kate L. Dau W F Jan 1877 23 S TX NC MS; -- Cattie V. Dau W F Nov 1878 21 S TX NC MS; -- Russell C. Son W M Dec 1880 19 S TX NC MS; -- Finnie (sic) Dau W F July 1882 17 S TX NC MS; -- Rena J. Dau W F June 1888 11 S TX NC MS.

Members of John A. FLOYD's family interred in Floyd Cemetery, Gonzales County, Texas are:
Floyd, Alex H.
Floyd, Aundnad(?) D., daughter of Lee & C. W.(?)
Floyd, California E., wife of Lee Floyd
Floyd, Charlie L., Father
Floyd, Ezel
Floyd, Franklin
Floyd, Laura Gladys, Sister
Floyd, Louisa A.
Floyd, John A.
Floyd, Martha L.
Floyd, Onie A., Mother
Floyd, R. C. Jr., Son
Floyd, R. C. Sr., Father
Floyd, Sallie C.
Floyd, S. V.
Floyd, Walter L., Son
Floyd, W. F.
(http://www.rootsweb.com/~txgonzal/floydchp.htm)


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

1910 U.S. Census, Texas, Gonzales County, Wrightsboro; Series: T624 Roll: 1556 Page: 202: Sarah C. FLOYD with alexander and Lillian. Same page as son Russell C. FLOYD and family and daughter Amamda A. RAIFORD and family.
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UNKNOWN and Sarah C. --?--




Husband UNKNOWN

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1866



Wife Sarah C. --?-- 1842

         Born: October 1844 - Mississippi 1843
   Christened: 
         Died:  - Gonzales County, Texas
       Buried:  - Floyd Chapel Cemetery, Gonzales County, Texas

 Other Spouse: John A. FLOYD 1842 - Abt 1869


Children
1 M William --?-- 1842

         Born: Abt 1868 - Texas 1842
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




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

1910 U.S. Census, Texas, Gonzales County, Wrightsboro; Series: T624 Roll: 1556 Page: 202: Sarah C. FLOYD with alexander and Lillian. Same page as son Russell C. FLOYD and family and daughter Amamda A. RAIFORD and family.
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Capt. Americus Columbus DANIEL, CSA and Sarah C. --?--




Husband Capt. Americus Columbus DANIEL, CSA 407,1511

         Born: 22 May 1839 - Chambers County, Alabama 1511
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 November 1915 - Dallas County, Texas
       Buried: 18 November 1915 - Oakland Cemetery, Dallas County, Texas


       Father: Stephen DANIEL (Between 1790/1800-Between 1839/1840)
       Mother: Matilda H. BOND (1804-Between 1850/1860) 1128,1511,1512


     Marriage: Between 1876 and 1879

 Other Spouse: Estella Nancy CHERRY 758 - 18 May 1863 - Hinds County, Mississippi



Wife Sarah C. --?-- 875

         Born: Abt 1838 - Tennessee 875
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: AKARD 875 - Bef 1866


Children
1 F Lillie DANIEL 875

         Born: Abt 1879 - Texas 875
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Capt. Americus Columbus DANIEL, CSA

Americus Columbus DANIEL was a son of Stephen and Matilda H. DANIEL of Edgefield District, South Carolina. He was born 22 May 1839. His father died in Chambers County, Alabama between 16 Decmber 1839 and 6 March 1840.

In 1850, Americus DANIELS [sic] is age 10, born in Alabama, resides with his mother, Matlida H. DANIELS, 45, born in South Carolina, and four sisters, Emeline, 23, Martha 16, both born in South Carolina, and Catharine, 14, and Adeline, 12, both born in Alabama.

Under the Subject: [DANIEL-L] "AMERIEUS COLUMBUS3 DANIEL, b. May 22, 1839, Lafayette, Chambers County, Alabama; d. 1915, Dallas, Texas.: Child of STEPHEN DANIEL and MATILDA", Sherlene Mats (sherlene@netzero.net, an invalid email address) posted this to the DANIEL-L at Rootsweb on 25 Nov 2003:
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1. [DANIEL-L] AMERIEUS COLUMBUS3 DANIEL, b. May 22, 1839, Lafayette, Chambers County, Alambama; d. 1915, Dallas, Texas. Child of STEPHEN DANIEL and MATILDA [1]
Seeking info on: AMERIEUS COLUMBUS3 DANIEL, b. May 22, 1839 m. ESTELLA NANCY CHERRY & Descendants of Stephen Daniel Generation No. 1 1. STEPHEN2 DANIEL (?1) He married MATILDA, daughter of ? and ?. Child of STEPHEN DANIEL and MATILDA is: 2. i. AMERIEUS COLUMBUS3 DANIEL, b. May 22, 1839, Lafayette, Chambers County, Alambama; d. 1915, Dallas, Texas. Generation No. 2 2. AMERIEUS (AMERICUS ?) COLUMBUS3 DANIEL (STEPHEN2, ?1) was born May 22, 1839 in Lafayette, Chambers County, Alambama,
http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/daniel/2003-11/1069795123

"AMERIEUS (AMERICUS?) COLUMBUS3 DANIEL (STEPHEN2, ?1) was born May 22, 1839 in Lafayette, Chambers County, Alabama, and died 1915 in Dallas, Texas. He married ESTELLA NANCY CHERRY May 18, 1863 in Raymond, Mississippi, daughter of FRANK CHERRY and MARY ANN). She was born May 13, 1850 in Hinds County, Mississippi, and died August 22, 1876 in Riverside, California." [1850 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Hinds County; Series: M432 Roll: 372 Page: 142, Francis and Mary CHERRY are next door neighbors to R. W. T. DANIEL of NC and family. RLD]
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The name "Americus" was first used in our DANIEL lines in the early to mid 1800s and came from their MITCHELL cousins who lived in neignboring counties in eastern Alabama. Americus Mitchell DANIELL, in another line of cousins from Russell County, Alabama, also shared the name.

1860 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Hinds County, Raymond P O, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 582 Page: 621:
956 968 A. C. DANIEL 21 M Merchant. 1000 4000 AL;
M. E. DANIEL 25 F --- 4000 AL;
A. M. DANIEL 22 F --- 4000 AL.
Americus Columbus DANIEL and his sisters, Martha E. and Adeline M. The estate value for all three is $4000. Are they living together not long after receiving an inheritance?
Also in Hinds County: Series: M653 Roll: 582 Page: 607:
853 862 J. J. DANIEL 31 M Presby minister --- 800 AL;
M. A. DANIEL 31 F GA;
E. A. DANIEL 11 M AL;
M. A. DANIEL Jr. 9 F AL;
J. DANIEL 7 M MS;
M. A. DANIEL 4 F MS.
Next door is:
J. D. GOODWIN 29 M Painter AL in the household of Thomas SIMS, 52, of Virginia.
[Jesse B./P. and Stephen Augustus DANIEL, apparent brothers, resided in Hinds County in 1850.]

An Americus C. DANIEL is listed in Company A., 12th Mississippi Regiment, raised in Jefferson & Copiah Counties. (http://copiah.msgenweb.org/Resources/Reference/History/Civil_War/12th_Infantry/Company_A/company_a.html)

1870 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Hinds County, Raymond P O; Series: M593 Roll: 730 Page: 541:
174 174 DANIELS Americus 30 M W Farmer --- 500 AL;
-- Estella 19 F W Keeping house MS;
-- Willie 2 M W MS;
RODGERS Willis 18 M W Farm laborer MS.

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Dallas County, District 66; Series: T9 Roll: 1299 Page: 296:
81 82 DANIELS A. C. W M 41 Husband M Farmer AL SC SC;
-- Sarah C. W F 42 Wife M Keeping house TN TN TN;
-- Willie W F 12 Dau S Attends school MS AL TN;
-- Emma W F 9 Dau S Attends school MS AL TN;
-- Lilllie W F 1 Dau S TX AL TN;
AKARD Wm. C. W M 14 Stepson S Attends school MO TN TN;
-- Frederick W M 10 Stepson S Attends school TX TN TN;
-- Fannie B F 40 Servant S Domestic servant TX TX TX;
MURRAY Frank MU M 20 ___ S Laborer TX TX TX;
FOSTER James W M 21 ___ S Laborer MO TN IN;
DAY George W. W M 19 ___ S Laborer MO TN IN.

1910 U.S. Census, Texas, Dallas County, 1-Wd Dallas, 15 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 1543 Page: 102: Line 79 DANIEL AMERICUS Head M W 70 M1 33 AL TN TN None; Sarah Wife F W 72 M1 33 7 4 TN TN TN; and three "Roomers".

Ameracus [sic] Columbus DANIEL born 22 May 1839 in Lafayette, Chambers County, Alabama, died 17 November 1915 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas at age 76 years 5 months 25 days. His death certificate says he is married, but wife not named. He was buried in Oakland Cemetery on 18 November 1915. The informant ws Mrs. Emma JONES.[Texas Deaths, 1890-1976: FamilySearch.org; Film Number: 2051578, Digital Film Number: 4165794, Image Number: 650, Reference Number: cn 23875]
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AKARD and Sarah C. --?--




Husband AKARD 875

         Born: Cir 1835 - Tennessee
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1875
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1866



Wife Sarah C. --?-- 875

         Born: Abt 1838 - Tennessee 875
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Capt. Americus Columbus DANIEL, CSA 407,1511 - Between 1876 and 1879


Children
1 M William C. AKARD 875

         Born: Abt 1866 - Missouri 875
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Frederick AKARD 875

         Born: Abt 1870 - Texas 875
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




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Elijah COOPER and Sarah C. --?--




Husband Elijah COOPER 1846

         Born: Abt 1812 - South Carolina 1846
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1840



Wife Sarah C. --?-- 1846

         Born: Abt 1818 - South Carolina 1846
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M James W. COOPER 1847

         Born: Abt 1841 - Alabama 1847
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Thomas J. COOPER 1847

         Born: Abt 1843 - Mississippi 1847
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Andrew J. COOPER 1847

         Born: Abt 1844 - Mississippi 1847
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M Elijah L. COOPER 1847

         Born: Abt 1847 - Mississippi 1847
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M John Landrum COOPER 1847

         Born: 8 June 1852 - Neshoba County, Mississippi 1848,1849
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 February 1933 - Newton County, Mississippi 1849
       Buried:  - Cedarlawn Cemetery, Neshoba County, Mississippi 1849
       Spouse: Missouri Clementine MARS 1850
         Marr: Abt 1871
       Spouse: Mary Elizabeth CRAWFORD 1848,1851
         Marr: Abt 1877


6 M Richard G. COOPER 1847

         Born: Abt 1857 - Mississippi 1847
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




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Daniel G. RUFF and Sarah C. --?--




Husband Daniel G. RUFF 198

         Born: April 1845 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 1623
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 15 April 1910
       Buried: 


       Father: Silas RUFF (1795-1876) 201
       Mother: Judith Weston ELKIN (1807-1878) 201


     Marriage: Abt 1866 1623



Wife Sarah C. --?-- 1625

         Born: March 1846 - South Carolina 1623
   Christened: 
         Died: After 15 April 1910
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Janie W. RUFF 1625

         Born: Abt 1868 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Frances RUFF 1625

         Born: Abt 1870 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Agnes RUFF 1625,1852

         Born: April 1874 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 1623
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M Crosby RUFF 1625

         Born: Abt 1875 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M Daniel George RUFF 1623,1624

         Born: June 1880 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 1623
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Willie C. --?-- 1624
         Marr: Abt 1905 1624


6 F Sallie RUFF 1623

         Born: August 1882 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 1623
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Pope J. BROOKS 1853
         Marr: Abt 1903 1853


7 M William P. RUFF 1623,1624

         Born: March 1888 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 1623
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Maud K. --?-- 1624
         Marr: Abt 1907 1624



General Notes: Husband - Daniel G. RUFF

Daniel G. RUFF is a son of Silas RUFF and Judith Weston ELKIN, named in their home in the 1860 census.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County, Twp 9, 1 June 1880 ; Series: T9 Roll: 1229 Page: 210: Daniel G. RUFF Self M Male W 35 SC Farming SC SC; Sarah C. RUFF Wife M Female W 34 SC Keeping House SC SC; Janie W. RUFF Dau S Female W 12 SC SC SC; Fannie RUFF Dau S Female W 10 SC SC SC; Agnes RUFF Dau S Female W 7 SC SC SC; Crosby RUFF Son S Male W 5 SC SC SC; Robert C. MARTIN Other S Male W 23 SC Boarder SC SC. (Family History Library Film 1255229 NA Film Number T9-1229Page Number 210A) Robert C. MARTIN is about the right age to be a son of Robert MARTIN, III, and Annie Eliza ERWIN, cousins.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County, Twp 9, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 1527 Page: 189: 277 278 RUFF Daniel G. Head W M Apr 1845 55 M 33 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Sallie C. Wice W F Mar 1846 54 M 33 8 6 SC SC SC; -- Agnes Dau W F Apr 1874 26 S SC SC SC At school; ; -- George Son W M June 1880 19 S SC SC SC At school; -- Sallie Dau W F Aug 1882 17 S SC SC SC At school; -- Willie Son W M Mar 1888 12 S SC SC SC At school;


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

In 1910, Sarah C. RUFF is widowed and lives in the home of her daughter, Sallie BOROOKS, and husband, Pope J. BROOKS, in Fairfield County, South Carolina.
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George W. BUTTS and Sarah Caroline --?--




Husband George W. BUTTS 1854

         Born: 27 January 1860 1854
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 March 1929 - Milam County, Texas 1854
       Buried:  - Milano Cemetery 1854
     Marriage: 



Wife Sarah Caroline --?-- 1854

         Born: 17 September 1866 1854
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 November 1954 - Milam County, Texas 1854
       Buried:  - Milano Cemetery 1854


Children

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John C. ULMER and Sarah E. --?--




Husband John C. ULMER 1855

         Born: Abt 1830 - Georgia 1855
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1853



Wife Sarah E. --?-- 1855

         Born: Abt 1834 - Georgia 1855
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Louisa E. ULMER 1855

         Born: Abt 1854 - Georgia 1855
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Robert C. ULMER 1856

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



3 F Rosa G. ULMER 1857

         Born: Abt 1857 - Georgia 1855
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F Mary H. ULMER 1855,1857

         Born: Abt 1859 - Georgia 1855
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 F Irene V. ULMER 1857

         Born: Abt 1864 - Georgia 1857
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F Florence E. ULMER 1857

         Born: Abt 1866 - Georgia 1857
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



7 M Jacob H. ULMER 1857

         Born: 1869 - Georgia 1857
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



8 F Nettie M. ULMER 1858

         Born: Abt 1871 - Georgia 1858
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



9 F Emma J. ULMER 1858

         Born: Abt 1873 - Georgia 1858
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John C. ULMER

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Bryan County, Ways Station P O; Series: M653 Roll: 112 Page: 735: 16 81 John C. ULMER 30 M Overseer 2400 --- GA; Sarah E. " 26 F GA; Louisa E. " 6 F GA; Robert _. " 4 M GA; Rosa " 2 F GA; Mary " 1 F GA.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Chatham County, Savannah; Series: M593 Roll: 140 Page: 331: 1547 1561 ULMER John C. 40 M W Planter --- 300 GA; -- Sarah E. 33 F W Keeping house GA; -- Robert C. 14 M W No Occ. GA; -- Rosa G. 12 F W No Occ. GA; -- Mollie H. 11 F W GA; -- Irene V. 6 F W GA; -- Florence E. 4 F W GA; -- Jacob H. 12/12 M W GA.-- Saura [sic. Louisa E. from 1860?] E. 16 F W No Occ. GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Chatham County, Ogeechee. Militia Dist 34 Series: T9 Roll: 139 Page: 707: --- 183 ULMER John C. W M 50 M Farmer GA GA GA; -- Sarah E. W F 48 Wife M Keeping house GA GA GA; -- Millie H. W F 20 Dau S GA GA GA; -- Irene V. W F 17 Dau S GA GA GA; -- Florence W F 14 Dau S GA GA GA; -- Jacob H. W M 11 Son S At school GA GA GA; -- Nettie M. W F 9 Dau S At school GA GA GA; -- Emma J. W F 7 Dau S At school GA GA GA.

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John Heatherly CORN and Sarah Elizabeth --?--




Husband John Heatherly CORN 1391

         Born: 2 September 1843 - Georgia 1392
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 July 1927
       Buried: 


       Father: John CORN (Abt 1814-      ) 1391
       Mother: Mary --?-- (Abt 1812-      )


     Marriage: Bef 1885



Wife Sarah Elizabeth --?-- 1393

         Born: February 1851 - Georgia 1392
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Adline CORN 1392

         Born: February 1873 - Towns County, Georgia 1392
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M John D. CORN 1392

         Born: March 1875 - Towns County, Georgia 1392
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Frank CORN 1392

         Born: March 1880 - Towns County, Georgia 1392
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F May CORN 1392

         Born: May 1882 - Towns County, Georgia 1392
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M Dr. Charles Pickett CORN 1859

         Born: March 1885 - Towns County, Georgia 1392
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Lula Irene STROTHER 1859,1860,1861
         Marr: Bef 1920


6 M Ernest CORN 1392

         Born: September 1887 - Towns County, Georgia 1392
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



7 F Emma CORN 1392

         Born: October 1890 - Towns County, Georgia 1392
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



8 F Lizzie CORN 1392

         Born: November 1891 - Towns County, Georgia 1392
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



9 M Leonard CORN 1392

         Born: July 1894 - Towns County, Georgia 1392
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John Heatherly CORN

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Towns County, Hiwassee P O; Series: M593 Roll: 177 Page: 209:
313 315 CORN John H. 26 M W Farmer 250 300 GA;
-- Sarah E. 19 F W Keeping house GA;
-- Sylvester B. 1 M* W GA.
* Sylvester's gender is M written over F or vice versa. Gender is F in 1880.
Next door:
312 314 CORN John 57 M W Farmer 600 600 NC;
-- Mary W. 59 F W Keeping house NC;
-- Harriett 15 F B Domestic servant GA;
Barnhill Martha 18 F W Domestic servant GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Towns County, Hightower; Series: T9 Roll: 167 Page: 494:
23 23 CORN John H. W M 36 M Farmer GA GA GA;
-- Sarah E. 29 Wife M Keeping house GA GA GA;
-- Silvetre [sic] B. W F 11 Dau S At home GA GA GA;
-- Margarett W. W F 9 Dau S GA GA GA;
-- Adline M. W F 7 Dau S GA GA GA;
-- John D. W M 5 Son S GA GA GA;
-- Thomas W M 3 Son S GA GA GA;
-- Status U. [sic]* W M 2/12 Mar Son GA GA GA.
*This is Frank, born Mar 1880 as listed in the 1900 census for John H. and Sarah E.'s family.
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Phillip Richardson MAYO and Sarah Emily --?--




Husband Phillip Richardson MAYO 1294

         Born: Abt 1819 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1294
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Thompson MAYO (1774-1843) 1862
       Mother: Nancy Ann PEARSON (1788-After 1860) 1294,1862


     Marriage: 



Wife Sarah Emily --?-- 1294

         Born: Abt 1829 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1294
   Christened: 
         Died: 1867
       Buried: 


Children
1 M William A. MAYO 1294

         Born: Abt 1848 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1294
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Thompson J. MAYO 1294

         Born: Abt 1849 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1294
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1860 1863
       Buried: 



3 F Sarah E. MAYO 1863

         Born: Abt 1852 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1863
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M James F. MAYO 1863

         Born: Abt 1854 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1863
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Phillip Richardson MAYO

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County; Series M432 Roll: 852 Page: 202: 32 32 Phillip R. MAYO 31 M W Planter Fairfield; Sarah E. " 21 F W Fairfield; William A. " 2 M W Fairfield; Thompson J. " 1 M W Fairfield. Three homes away is Phillip's mother Nancy MAYO.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County; Winnsboro P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1219 Page: 221: 372 P. R. MAYO 41 M W Planter 5670 18,605 SC; Sarah E. " 31 F W SC Deaf from scarlet fever; Wm A. 12 M W SC; Sarah E. " 8 F SC; James F. " 6 M W SC
Next door is Phillip's mother, Nancy, age 72..
373 Nancy MAYO 72 F W Planter 5260 13,345 SC;
Celia HUNT 68 F W Seamstyress SC.
Next page, 221:
374 Dr. T. MAYO 44 M W Dr & Planter --- 1300 SC.
375 B. V. LAKIN 77 M W Planter 28,425 100,000 VA;
Gracie " 77 F W SC;
Henry W. PARR 50 M W Planter VA;
Thomas P. STERNES 11 M W SC.
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CWO W4 William Herndon HUBBELL, Jr., USN, WWII, Korea and Sarah Kathleen --?--




Husband CWO W4 William Herndon HUBBELL, Jr., USN, WWII, Korea

         Born: 6 May 1919 - Harris County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 December 2001
       Buried: 


       Father: Pvt William H. HUBBELL, Sr., Sp AM War (1883-1946)
       Mother: Zalie Corrie NEUMAN (1896-1996) 430


     Marriage: Abt 1947



Wife Sarah Kathleen --?--

         Born: 4 August 1922
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 May 2000 - Texas
       Buried:  - Woodlawn Cemetery, Harris County, Texas


Children

General Notes: Husband - 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: Wife - Sarah Kathleen --?--

Sarah Kathleen Hubbell, born 4 August 1922, resided in Houston, Texas, 1992-2000. Possible Relatives: Deborah Hubbell Pfunder, Farah Hubbell, William Herndon Hubbell. Record Number 54623313. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KPH7-RVL : accessed 20 May 2015), Sarah Kathleen Hubbell, Residence, Houston, Texas, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]

Sarah "Kay" is buried in Block K, Woodlawn Cemetery, Houston, Harris County, Texas. A picture of her headstone, shared wirth her husband, William H. Hubbell, Jr., is on Find A Grave Memorial# 55987765:

SARAH "KAY"
HUBBELL
1922 2000
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HARMON and Sarah L. --?--




Husband HARMON

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef June 1900 1864
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1874



Wife Sarah L. --?-- 1864

         Born: May 1853 - Georgia 1864
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M William James HARMON

         Born: July 1874 - Alabama 1864
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah KNIGHT
         Marr: 1894



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George P. ELDER and Sarah Lilly --?--




Husband George P. ELDER

         Born: 25 March 1855 - Georgia 1759
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1880



Wife Sarah Lilly --?-- 1759,1865

         Born: 20 April 1860 - Georgia 1759
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Thomas L. ELDER 1759

         Born: January 1882 - Georgia 1759
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Florrie D. ELDER 1757,1759

         Born: 16 April 1885 - Georgia 1759
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Thomas Halbert ERB 1757,1758
         Marr: 1912


3 F Anabelle ELDER 1759

         Born: 11 February 1887 - Georgia 1759
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M Harry ELDER 1759

         Born: 1 December 1888 - Georgia 1759
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 F Lilly Maud ELDER 1759

         Born: 4 December 1894 - Georgia 1759
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - George P. ELDER

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Clarke County, Ward 4, Athens; Series: T623 Roll: 187 Page: 259: 71 82 ELDER G. P. Head W M Mar 25 1855 M 20 GA GA GA O___per; -- Lilly Wife W F Apr 20 1860 40 M 20 6 6 GA GA GA; -- Thomas L. Son W M Jan 1882 18 S GA GA GA; -- Florrie D. Dau W F Apr 16 1885 15 S GA GA GA; --Anabelle Dau W F Feb 11 1887 13 S GA GA GA; -- Harry Son W M Dec 1 1888 11 S GA GA GA; -- Lilly Maud Dau W F Dec 4 1894 5 S GA GA GA.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Clarke County, Ward 3, Athens; Series: T624 Roll: 180 Page: 81: 248 82 90 ELDER George P. Head M W M1 30 GA GA GA Farmer General farm; -- Sarah M. Wife F W 49 M1 30 6 5 GA GA GA; -- Florrie G. Dau F W 25 S GA GA GA Nurse Trained; -- Annie B. Dau F W 23 S GA GA GA; -- Harry H. Son M W 21 S GA GA GA Salesman Clothing; -- Lily M. Dau F W 15 S GA GA GA; -- Thomas L. Son M W 28 M1 7 GA GA GASalesman Clothing; -- Hattie T. Dau-in-law F W 30 M1 7 1 1 GA GA GA; -- Sarah B. GrDau F W 6 S GA GA GA.
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Charles H. RICE, Sr. and Sarah M. --?--




Husband Charles H. RICE, Sr. 55,149

         Born: Abt 1803 - South Carolina 1866
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1853

 Other Spouse: Mary R. DANIEL 55 - 5 May 1824 - South Carolina 55



Wife Sarah M. --?-- 1866

         Born: Abt 1834 - South Carolina 1866
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Robert R. RICE 1866

         Born: Abt 1855 - South Carolina 1867
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Ella M. RICE 1866

         Born: Abt 1856 - South Carolina 1866
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Augustine P. RICE 1866

         Born: Abt 1859 - South Carolina 1866
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Charles H. RICE, Sr.

On 5 May 1824, Charles H. RICE married his cousin, Mary R. Daniel, daughter of Sem Daniel and Mary Agnes Elizabeth Rice, his second wife. Mary's father died in 1837.

1830 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell District
John H. Rice 1 . . . 2 . . . . . . . . || 2 . . . 1 . . . . . . . .
Charly Rice 1 . . . 2 . . . . . . . . || 2 . . . 1 . . . . . . . .
John H. reads: 1 male under 5, 2 males 20-30; 2 females under 5, 1 female 20-30.
Charly reads: 1 male under 5 [Charles Henry, Jr.], 2 males 20-30 [Charly and unknown]; 2 females under 5 [Adeline Elizabeth and Rebecca Emily], 1 female 20-30 [Mary R. Daniel].

!n 1830, Charles H. Rice, William C. Kirkland and William Priester were appointed to conduct the election for representatives to the South Carolina House of Representatives at Beaufort bridge.

The item at "181" below appears to be a case against Sem's widow, Mary Agness DANIEL.
Cases listed in Barnwell Equity and Chancery Court Microfilm Box 9, Group no. 17-18 FHL US/CAN Film 0192315, BOX 9, GROUP 17
Frame Number Case Name Date filed
1 Ann Bryan et al vs. John Mulligan 11-18-1829
107 John H. Harley Admr De bones non of Hezekia Frazer vs 04-30-1841
Seth Daniel, George O. Riley et al
181 C. H. Rice & John W. Rast [sic*] Exors of Sam [sic, Sem. RLD] Daniel vs. 01-02-1840
Mary A. Daniel, Henry W. McMillan & Hansford D. Varn.
[*This may be John William RUSH, a son-in-law of Sem Daniel, as was Charles Henry RICE. RLD]

1840 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County:
Charles H. Rice . 1 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . || . . 1 1 . 1 . . 1 and 21 slaves.

At a public meeting at Buford's Bridge, Mr. Charles H. Rice, Sr. and Mr. Seth Daniel were among the 24 men appointed as the committee to report a Preamble and Resolutions expressive of their opinions on the Annexation of Texas to the United States. [The Charleston Courier, Charleston, South Carolina, Friday, May 31, 1844. Page 2]

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell District, No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 849 Page: 355: 443 443 Charles H. RICE 47 M Plant[er] 5000 SC; Henry 24 M SC Married within the year; Susan 18 F SC Married within the year; Lewis 17 M SC; Isabella 6 F SC.

Charles H. Rice of Ridgeville P. O., S. C., advertised a twenty dollar reward for his boy Isaac, about 23, who ran away on 2 September 1858. [The Charleston Mercury, Charleston, South Carolina, Saturday, December 25, 1858, Page 2]

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Colleton County, St Paul's Parish; Series: M653 Roll: 1218 Page: 357: 19 13 Charles H. RICE 57 M Farmer 9,000 1600 SC; -- Sarah M. 26 F SC; -- Cornelia 17 F --- 400 SC; -- Robert R. 5 M SC; -- Ella M. 4 F SC; -- Augustus P. 1 M SC.
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Tully J. BASS and Sarah M. --?--




Husband Tully J. BASS 173

         Born: Abt 1847 - Georgia 173
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Ingram BASS (Abt 1812-Bef 1870) 173
       Mother: Martha CHOICE (Abt 1815-Between 1850/1855) 173,174


     Marriage: Abt 1868



Wife Sarah M. --?-- 172,175

         Born: Abt 1856 - Georgia 175
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Burril I. BASS 172,175

         Born: 1870 - Smith County, Texas 175
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M B. W. BASS 172

         Born: Abt 1872 - Smith County, Texas 172
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M W. A. BASS 172

         Born: Abt 1874 - Smith County, Texas 172
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F A. C. BASS 172

         Born: Abt 1876 - Smith County, Texas 172
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         Died: 
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5 F M. A. BASS 172

         Born: Abt 1878 - Smith County, Texas 172
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General Notes: Husband - Tully J. BASS

1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Smith County, Starrville; Series: M593 Roll: 1605 Page: 388: 755 755 BASS Tully 23 M W Farmer GA; -- Sarah 24 F W K House GA; BASS[?] Burril 3/12 M W TX. Next door is Tully's brother, John Benjamin BASS and family. [Note: Numerous given names heavily overwritten among these entries and the Breedlove family following the Bass family. The enumerator wasn't having a good visit.]

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Smith County, Pct 8; Series: T9 Roll: 1326 Page: 306: 166 200 BASS T. I. W M 33 M Farming GA GA GA; -- S. M. W F 31 Wife M House keeping GA GA GA; -- B. I. W M 10 Son S At school TX GA GA; -- B. W. W M 8 Son S TX GA GA; -- W. A. W M 6 Son S TX GA GA; -- A. C. W F 4 Dau S TX GA GA; -- M. A. W F 2 Dau S TX GA GA. [Two households away is Tully's brother John Benjamin and family.]
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CLANTON and Sarah M. --?--




Husband CLANTON

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     Marriage: Bef 1863



Wife Sarah M. --?-- 1868

         Born: Abt 1840 - Alabama 1868
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 Other Spouse: ANDERSON 1868 - Bef 1910


Children
1 M George L. CLANTON, Sr. 1869

         Born: July 1863 - Louisiana 1869
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       Spouse: Lilly Dorah CARPENTER 1869



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ANDERSON and Sarah M. --?--




Husband ANDERSON 1868

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     Marriage: Bef 1910



Wife Sarah M. --?-- 1868

         Born: Abt 1840 - Alabama 1868
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 Other Spouse: CLANTON - Bef 1863


Children

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William Francis PEARSON and Sarah P. --?--




Husband William Francis PEARSON 1199

         Born: 1784 - South Carolina 1199
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         Died: After June 1860 1199,1870
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       Father: Philip Peter PEARSON, RS-SC (1746-1835) 1871
       Mother: Mary BUTLER (1765-1854) 1291,1871


     Marriage: Bef 1838



Wife Sarah P. --?-- 1199

         Born: Abt 1818 - Chester County, South Carolina 1199
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Children
1 F Mary PEARSON 1199

         Born: Abt 1838 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 1199
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2 M Dr. Joel Weston PEARSON 1199

         Born: March 1842 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 1197
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       Spouse: Georgia A. MANN 1197,1200


3 M Phillip P. PEARSON 1199

         Born: Abt 1844 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 1199
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4 M Benjamin L. PEARSON 1870

         Born: Abt 1853 - South Carolina 1870
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5 M William O. PEARSON 1870,1872

         Born: Abt 1857 - South Carolina 1870
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General Notes: Husband - William Francis PEARSON

Wiliam Francis PEARSON is not named as child of Philip Peter PEARSON and Mary BUTLER in the transcribed Bible of Philip's father, Captain John PEARSON. He is named as a son of Philip and Mary by Maryellen Horrigan, mellenpatch5@cinci.rr.com, Subject: Pearson /Cook at http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/SC-OLD-PENDLETON-DIST/2002-01/1009991152, a descendant chart posted on 2 Jan 2002, with caveat. By all appearences, William's mother Mary Butler PEARSON, 84, lives in William's home in the 1850 census.

From the 13 March 1798 Will of Mary Raiford Pearson, widow of Captain John Pearson: "I give & bequeath my Riding Mare & Colt & Fillie to my Grandson William Francis Pearson his heirs & assigns forever." NOTE: A second grandson with the same name, William Francis, son of Philip Peter Pearson, is said to have died in 1795.

Brothers:
1840 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield District; Series: M704 Roll: 511 Page: 167:
PEARSON Dr. Geo B. . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . || . . 1 1 . . 1 . . . . . .
Reads: 1 male 10-15, 1 male 50-60; 1 female 10-15, 1female 15-20, 1 female 30-40
PEARSON Wm F. . . . 1 . . [. or 1?] 1 . . . . . || 1 . . . 1 . . . . 1 . . .
Reads: 1 male 15-20, 1 male 50-60; 1 female under 5, 1 female 20-30, 1 female 70-80.

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County; Series: M432 Roll: 852 Page: 206: 102 102 William F. PEARSON M Planter Physic 3000 Fairfied (SC); Sarah T. " 31 F Chester SC; Mary " 11 F Fairfield (SC); Joel W. " 8 M Fairfield (SC); Phillip P. " 5 M Fairfield (SC); Lewis WATSON 50 M Writing Teacher NY; Caroline " 26 F Fayettevile NC; Mary PEARSON 84 F Chowan NC; Elizabeth BIRD 18 F B Fairfield (SC).

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County, Winnsboro P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1219 Page: 258: 1014 ---- W. F. PEARSON 77 M - Planter 4,000 5.890 SC; Sarah P. 43 F - SC; Joel W. 17 M - SC; Phillip 13 M - SC; Benjamin L. 7 M - SC; W. O. 3 M - SC; Elizabeth LONG 18 F - SC.


General Notes: Wife - Sarah P. --?--

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County, Winnsboro P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1496 Page: 247:
393 395 PEARSON Sarah 57 F W Farming 1500 500 SC;
-- Philip 25 M W Farm manager SC;
-- Benjamin 17 M W Farm laborer SC;
-- William 14 M W At home SC;
-- Hicks 4 M W SC;
NOBLE Harriet 30 F W At home SC;
HERLONG(?) John 19 NM W Farm laborer SC.
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1st Sgt. Joseph Reese HOWELL, CSA and Sarah Sophia --?--




Husband 1st Sgt. Joseph Reese HOWELL, CSA 793,794

         Born: 29 July 1825 - Richland County, South Carolina 794
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         Died: 6 December 1903 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Crooked Run Cemetery


       Father: John R. HOWELL, Sr. (1798-1829) 793
       Mother: Sarah Howell REESE (1798-1868) 793,794


     Marriage: Abt 1846



Wife Sarah Sophia --?-- 794

         Born: 28 October 1828 - South Carolina 794
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         Died: 1 January 1882
       Buried:  - Crooked Run Baptist Church Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina


Children
1 F Mary M. HOWELL 794

         Born: Abt 1848 - South Carolina 794
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2 M John HOWELL 794

         Born: Abt 1853 - South Carolina 794
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3 F Jessie L. HOWELL 794

         Born: 4 November 1859 - Richland County, South Carolina 794
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         Died: 25 April 1934 - Clarendon County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Crooked Run Baptist Church Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Rev. Josiah DuBose HUGGINS



General Notes: Husband - 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."


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Sophia --?--

Sarah S. [Sophia] is the wife of Joseph Reese Howell in the 1860 census. Joseph R. Howell and Sophia Whitehead are named as parents on the 1934 death certificate of their daughter, Jessie Howell Huggins.
Find A Grave Memorial# 74220770
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Charles W. THOMAS and Saralda(?) --?--




Husband Charles W. THOMAS

         Born: Abt 1849 - Lewis County, Kentucky
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       Father: George William THOMAS (1822-      ) 506,507
       Mother: Dorothy --?-- (Abt 1825-      ) 506


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Wife Saralda(?) --?--

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Children
1 M Herbert Wilson THOMAS (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Charles W. THOMAS

Letter of 1908 tells of Thomas family
Moving to Missouri in 1858
Edited by Helen L. Smith A letter sent to us by a Thomas family descendant, dated 1908, gives us some insights into the Thomas family's removal from Lewis County to Missouri in 1868. The family eventually settled in Western Missouri and, at the time of this letter, had experienced the terrible disasters of the Border Wars and attacks of the Jayhawkers. The letter was sent to us by Gary L. Cain, of Sandy, Utah, along with some other Thomas papers. They were placed in the hands of Mrs. Helen L. Smith with instructions to contribute them to the newly restored home of Judge George Morgan Thomas and his wife, Catherine Willim Thomas, located on the corner of Railroad and Main Streets, Vanceburg. In a recent telephone conversation with Mr. Cain, Helen Smith says that Mr. Cain feels these documents will have a more relevant placement at the old Thomas home. The old Thomas home will be dedicated October 28, 2006. The item we are reproducing here today is a letter sent to George Morgan Thomas (GMT) in 1908 by Charles W. Thomas who was living in Woodland, California. The above Charles was the son of George W. Thomas (born 1822) and was a first cousin to GMT and was writing to inform GMT about their (western) branch of the Thomas family. GMT would have been 80 years old when he received the letter. Charles would have been around 60 years old, according to some dates in the letter -- he said he left Kentucky in 1858 when he was nine years old.
Traveling to the West
Woodland, Calif.
Dec. 9, 1908
Hon. Geo. M. Thomas
My Dear Cousin,
I hope you won't think I intend to impose on you a correspondence or burden you with family detail. I am charged with what is known among us in the Thomas family that of being a very poor correspondent. While looking over some old papers and records I came upon some almost forgotten data and thinking it might be of some small interest to you, I write about them now. If not now it may never be done.
We have in our library an old volume of biographies of the Revolution, one belonging to my grandfather McCormick, two volumes of Dr. Dick's works belonging to my Uncle Dan Thomas, a complete work of Byron belonging to W.W. Hitty whom we call cousin Willis Hitt -- what relation I never knew or don't remember now. I have many things which I may note later in this letter.
You will recall that my Father and family and uncle Dan Thomas came to Missouri about or in 1858. Ed Falls drove one of the wagons. I remember or, at least I think I do, that we visited Aunt Nancy Hammond at some place after we crossed the Ohio. I am almost sure we crossed at Cincinnati. I recall crossing [that] we had two wagons and one riding horse and I had with me my own bulldog that was nine years old -- the same age that I was. My bulldog, Old Tom, walked all the way from Kentucky to western Missouri, and he was my constant companion there and long after the war. He lived to the [18]70s and died while I was in college, but this is a history nearer to my boyhood heart -- not to be recorded here.
We made or migrated all the way in wagons and visited also my Aunt and Uncle Joe Gill in eastern Missouri. As I remember, my father and Uncle Dan had the year before visited Missouri and selected our home. The home was of blessed memory. My mother, brothers, and sisters lived at grandfather McCormick's while they were absent. I remember many things in Kentucky and much of our wild far away home in Missouri. [I remember] how we struggled and suffered far beyond the reach of those things which afford comfort, contentment, pleasure, and happiness in civilization. "Westward Ho" is good in songs, but there lurks in it privation, sorrowing, and suffering, and yet I cast mine on the Pacific coast. But this is not what I want to write about.
My father returned to Kentucky and brought with him a copy of the old family Bible record written old style script on blue paper. During the war I made a copy of this for Aunt Amandy Montgomery. The original I could not find when I was home. Last year I wrote to Aunt Lizzie Montgomery and find she has the copy I made and here it is:
Births of the Thomas Family:
George Thomas was born January 4, 1779
Larmia (Levina) Schull Thomas December 6, 1778
Sarah Thomas March 15, 1802
Eligh (Elijah) F. Thomas March 30, 1804
Rachel Thomas April 13, 1806
Sydnay (Sydney) Thomas August 29, 1808
Nancy Thomas December 1810
Mary Ann Thomas May 1813 (?)
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Amenda (Amanda) Melvina Thomas September 17, 1817
Daniel Wm. Thomas February (no date)
George W. Thomas February 15, 1822 (That's my father's name. It is not on the list. I take it from my own records.)
Elizabeth Jane Thomas February 5, 1828
This is a literal copy except the word born begins each time with a capital letter. You give your father's name as Eligan. Here it is given Eligah (Elijah) Post (?) and in a description of a [land] patent of our Grandmother which I have, it is given as Eliga. I note you give the birth date of Aunt Mary as February 23, 1815. This must be an error as the copy gives it as May (March) 11, 1813 which I take to be more nearly correct if the other birth dates of other children given by you [GMT] and as recorded in this copy are correct. This makes Aunt Mary Wilson 96 years old next March -- good old age indeed.
I have the legend or truth all the same meaning facts in family history taken from a memorandum I made in 1878. This old record was gathered from talks with your father [Elijah] and Uncle Dan, Aunt Amanda, my father [George W.] and others. This [is] but an abstract. Sarah Hart or Hardt came from Rotterdam to Virginia and married Mickeral [Michael] Thomas -- his third wife. Of this marriage was George Thomas (1770-1834), our grandfather, who was born in 1771 (evidently an error of date). George Thomas married Lavina Scholl [Schall or Schull]. Our grandmother Lavina Scholl [Thomas] was born in Kentucky. Her mother was Sarah (Clemens) Schull. Clemens, as a girl or young woman, came to Kentucky from North Carolina with a Daniel Boone party and lived for a time at Boonesborough. [Her] first husband died and she married a Hammond. The Schull family came from Virginia near Washington, D.C. One branch of the family went to North Carolina. What do you think [about] that? Did our Grandfather or great-grandfather ever live in Pennsylvania or near Wheeling, West Virginia? The Thomas family or near (?) England (Joseph Thomas, the story says) came from England, Wales originally. [This sentence needs unscrambling. It seems that Mr. Thomas is asking if the family ever lived in Pennsylvania or near Wheeling, West Virginia. Did the Thomas family come from England, or Wales, originally? Joseph Thomas, the story says came from England, Wales originally.]
I remember Uncle Dan's fine penmanship. He was our schoolteacher for a while. We often spoke of the Thomas handwriting -- not that it was fine but characteristic. Our Missouri home was known as the Kentucky settlement. I have been spelling Kentucky as Kentuckey as the old sons of the state pronounce it. I feel kin to it very much. There live the Goodens, the Tshernes [Terhunes ?], Hitts, Markenels [Markwells ?], Jones, Aunty Mary McCormick Montgomery, Aunt Mandy Thomas Carnes, Miss Marlons, Bradys, Thomas and others. All fine families.
I know Uncle Dan's cousin Wils Hitt and my father [George] owned many good books -- all destroyed except the few I have -- a tribute to an unholy, ungodly and barbarous border war, not civil war. Being a lover of books I preserved the few I have, why or how I don't know how. Human life was the cheapest asset we possessed.
The Jayhawkers over run us, flogged, burned, and murdered without restraint. Many a night have I, a mere lad, been roused from my bed to go to [or] from neighbor to neighbor to warn them of the coming of the murderers. I know what it is to have one hanged until unconscious to compel me to disclose some secret I may or may not have possessed which I never told [if] I did have. The women and the boys did all the business for months and months -- the men remained in hiding. I have more than once slipped far to the woods as a messenger if trouble came or to fight if necessary.
Time and time again have I alone gone through fields and dark forests at night on some mission of duty or mercy. For some reason which I never questioned I was the one boy selected and known for this work for the whole settlement and at times for other neighborhoods.
I recall [with] the vividness of yesterday that one winter night I was called to conduct (to me) a beautiful young woman some ten miles to other friends along the line of escape who (the young woman) had shot to death her sweetheart who with others were raiding her father's home with evil and death dealing intent -- 20 or 21.
There was not sentiment romance in all this to me; it was stern unflinching duty. Uncle Dan may have told you of the murder of John Markwell. Uncle Dan was with him when he was shot by the same band of thieves and murderers. Mr. Markwell was a large man weighing over 300 pounds. My mother and two other women and myself with an ox team went some six miles for the body was loaded on the wagon and brought home the next night by some means or other. The usual mysterious means the rumor came that they intended to kill Uncle Dan and remove all evidence of the killing. The settlement was alarmed and all preparations were made to protect his life. He was living with us and it was surmised correctly that they would come to our house first. Uncle Dan was sent into hiding and finally sent to Aunt Mary Jones. Some preparation was made for their coming. My mother and I kept watch at the front window. My father remained in the kitchen to escape at once -- he could [not] be persuaded to go before because he would remain inside close to the family. It was in mid winter with a heavy snow on the ground as I remember it now. I know it was very cold, near midnight they came and demanded both Uncle Dan and my Father. My mother faced them at an open front window determined to kill. She struck a match and recognized to them that and the noise of cocking her revolver frightened them and they withdrew hastily to the side of the house. Just then my Father left the kitchen door making some noise. One shot was fired in his direction. My mother and I at once left the [house] to search for him. The Jayhawkers hastily mounted their horses standing in the yard and left. Call a man's home his castle or any other name, I presume when attacked he prepares to kill without thought of consequences. I know this is the first time in my life I made up my mind to take a human life. My mother and I both armed started to find my father and whither found or not to go by a short path to cut off these outlaws (tolerate it is me) at a cut bank which they must pass and kill as many as we could. We found Father who was in his sock feet and who had run into one foot a corn stock (stalk) and could hardly walk. He wisely persuaded us to go no further for had we killed one of them the whole family would have been wiped out.
I have among my memory treasures a commonwealth [land] patent to our grandmother, Lorona [Lavina] Thomas for 50 acres on the waters of Salt Lick adjoining land owned by your father and mine, dated May 7, 1838, signed by James Clark, Governor, and John Bollock, secretary of state. Also a church letter to Uncle Dan from the Christian Church of Salt Lick Creek near Esculapia Springs dated April 6, 1856, and signed Daniel P. Mosley, elder and George T. Thomas, elder. The letter shows that Uncle Dan was a deacon; also a tax receipt 1847 Larvna [Lavina] Thomas $1,360 taxable property, signed by W.L. Halbert for R.D. McLane & Co., also a receipt Feb. 6, 1857, to my father for $600 for a judgment paid for Uncle Henry McCormick signed by Geo. T. Halbert, clerk. This one of a long history of my poor father's [George W. Thomas] generosity. And I have an old money pocket large leather pocket books once belonged either to our Grandfather or Grandmother [George and Lavina Thomas]. Its condition and construction show its age. I have many other things which have and do now interest me very much.
I remember cousin May Halbert lives near you and is still May Halbert. Tell her it is not fair but I am often teased because they say that most of my lady friends are old maids. I should be glad indeed to see her. I wish you would give my love to her. Aunt May Jones like[s] so much to have her recollection detailed. Could she be induced to relate them to someone? I would consider it a great favor if she would and send me a copy. If any member of the family will give me a record of the names, dates of birth, marriages, husbands, wives, and children down to the end, I will, with the data have, compiled a record of the Thomas family and send to each a copy. I would like to know the names of the husbands of each of our aunts. I don't know the wives of Uncle Lige [Elijah] and Dan, a record of his character might be of some value or interest to our children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
I was about six years old when I left Kentucky. My brothers, James, Milton, George, Henry, Robert, Wilson and my only sister, Mary Laurina [Lavina?] were born in Kentucky. I remember or think I remember that Aunt Halbert had two girls. I recall that I was at Aunt Mary Wilson's and it seems to me that it was near the Ohio River and I saw a steamboat boiler half buried in the ground standing at quite an angle which they told me came from a steamboat explosion, a miracle if true. I remember many minor things about our old home. It appears to me the house stood in or on the side hill with trees above. The porch opened on the ground from the second story. There was rock or shell slate on the hill that the stable and yard was below toward down stream. There was a big corn crib that jimson weed grew in the barnyard. I remember the graveyard on a hill where or which way I don't know. I recall a little country store below our house and Grandfather McCormick. The name of he who kept it I don't or can't think just now. I think they said he was a Yankee. I remember there was a tanyard near Grandfather's that Uncle Henry kept a store in the corner of the hotel yard that one time many men came to Grandfather's Hotel with many dogs. I remember how the Hotel looked -- the wide yard in front down to the road. The schoolhouse near the creek not far away for one day Tom and I ran away to go to school. He was wiser than I and he helped me across the creek on a board or log. He walked across first and then came back as I couldn't cross. Enough.
This letter must end somewhere and it may as well end here. If you will show this to Aunt Mary, to the Halberts, cousins, and to any other member of the family whom you think might be interested in such things. Any of them who cares to write to me and will do so the debt and pleasure will be mine. And I will appreciate it. I have a weakness for the tribe of Thomas down the entire line. I have here outdone myself and may never be able to brace myself to such another effort to my dear wife have I written such a length. We have a nice little home, a house of many rooms occupied just now by myself and wife alone. The oranges and lemons hang on the trees, ripe and beautiful. The flowers bloom in the dooryard. Come to see us; we will be glad to entertain you. Pardon the length of this letter.
I am your cousin,
Charles W. Thomas
P.S. Thinking of what I intended and haven't said in the foregoing letter, I cannot refrain a p.s. I don't want you to think I am a pedigree hunter for I am not. I have not pitched the family wagon to a star, nor am I adverse with the idea of proving myself kin to the whole world through the Garden of Eden. It is said that we Americans are descendants or kings and Beggars, but I am not searching for either Kings or Beggars. I shall never be other than loyal to the household whoever and wherever its members are. Mr. Stitt whose children reside in this county and who recently died at Vancvill [Vacaville ] has often mentioned you. He has many nice and complimentary things to say about you. Your and he were in the Kentucky Legislature at the same time. He had a very high regard for you.
As others may see this letter, permit me (to write about) my own family or branches beginning with my all dearest brother. James Milton Thomas died Fort Worth, Texas. His wife and children live there. His children are William, Lee (deceased), and Charles W. who has children -- names unknown to me. Brother James was a farmer, George Henry Thomas was a machinist; he lives with sister Mary at Forest Grove, Oregon. His children are Dorothy (a graduate of Kirksville, Mo., Normal School -- now a teacher in the Lebanon Co. High School. Fannie, wife of Ernest Stout -- one child Charlotte. C. Harriett Billar has children living at Hutchinson, Kansas. Charles W. Thomas -- my wife was Saralda (?) whose grandfather on her father's side was a Lee from Virginia and her other was a Wilson from Kentucky. We have two children as before stated. Herbert Wilson Thomas lives at St. Joseph, Missouri, is a veterinarian surgeon, dealer in stock, has exhibited in Kentucky near you. He has two children Pearl and Larry. Launa Boyd lives at Forest Grove and has six children: Clarence Susie (married), Dorothy, George, Edna and Ruby. Matt Bruce Thomas is a farmer and lived around Mount City, Missouri. He has three children: Grace (married), Pearl, and Blair. I.P. Thomas is a farmer and lives near Forest City, Missouri and has five children: Mary, Joe, Fred and Dorothy Helen. Two brothers and a sister died in infancy. I think I have some photographs of my children which if I find them I will send to you. I am passed (past) page 13 so I will close.
Yours & C (Cousin),
Charles W. Thomas
Notes by William Talley: The above document was copied from a handwritten copy by Mrs. Helen L. Smith and some of it has been difficult to decipher; therefore, in some cases we have tried to write what we think would have been the logical wording.
The Thomas family would have been very brave to leave Kentucky in 1858 (before the Civil War started), later finding themselves helplessly and innocently caught up in a border war in conflicts with the Jayhawkers of Missouri and Kansas. Many of the brutal conflicts mentioned in this letter took place in the Missouri counties that lay near the border with the state of Kansas, namely Clay, Cass, Jackson, Bates, Platte and Buchanan.
Dr. Talley's "Lewis County History" appears in every issue of the Lewis County Herald.
((http://www.lewiscountyherald.com/talley.htm, from "a letter sent to George Morgan Thomas (GMT) in 1908 by Charles W. Thomas who was living in Woodland, California. The above Charles was the son of George W. Thomas (born 1822) and was a first cousin to GMT and was writing to inform GMT about their (western) branch of the Thomas family. GMT would have been 80 years old when he received the letter. Charles would have been around 60 years old, according to some dates in the letter -- he said he left Kentucky in 1858 when he was nine years old" provided to the Lewis County Herald by Gary L. Cain, of Sandy, Utah)
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John CANNON III and Sary --?--




Husband John CANNON III 1873

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       Father: John CANNON II (      -Between 1732/1735) 1873
       Mother: Mary PRICE (      -      ) 1873


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1 M Archibald CANNON, Sr., RS-NC

         Born: Cir 1745 - Pitt County, North Carolina
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       Spouse: Mary JORDAN 604
         Marr: Bef 1775 - North Carolina



General Notes: Husband - John CANNON III

"John Cannon III, son of John Cannon II and Mary Price, was NOT the John Cannon born in Stafford Co., VA. Nor was he the John Cannon of Spartanburg Co., SC.
29 Oct. 1744, John CANNON III was still on the land inherited from his father when a neighbor's will mentioned his land as boundary (Obadiah SMITH). Henrico County Wills and Deeds 1744-1748, p. 155." [Cecilie Gaziano, February 16, 2009, http://genforum.genealogy.com/cannon/messages/4636.html]

John CANNON of Wake County, North Carolina, signed his Will on 26 July 1778. In it he names his wife Sary (Mary?) and one child, a son Archer, believed to be Archibald.

The Roster of Soldiers from North Carolina in the American Revolution lists John CANNON #1136 and Arch CANNON #1349 in the Newbern District Militia. A John CANNON #2247 is listed in the State Troops, Newbern District. [CANNON Family Ancestry and Genealogy, Lanette Hill]


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Scott Richard HURST and Sharon --?--




Husband Scott Richard HURST (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Nicholas Richard HURST
       Mother: Valeria Ann BURKETT (1940-2004)


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Robert Allen KINCAID, Jr. and Sharon --?--




Husband Robert Allen KINCAID, Jr.

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       Father: SSgt Robert Allen KINCAID, Sr., USN, USAF, WW II, Korea (1924-2002) 115
       Mother: Norene DANIEL (1930-2009) 115


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1 F Delynnda KINCAID (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Robyn KINCAID (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Rebekah KINCAID (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Kenneth KINCAID (details suppressed for this person)

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Robert Allen and Sharon Kincaid, Jasper [GA]", son and daughter-in-law, are named as survivors in the 2009 obituary of Norene Daniel Kincaid.

"In Colquitt County, a prisoner, Robert Allen Kincaid Jr., 47, died when he was struck Tuesday by a falling tree while working on storm cleanup, the authorities said." [Strong Storms Sweep Across South, Killing at Least 9, The New York Times, April 5, 2011]

Obituary:Mr. Robert Allen Kincaid, Jr. age 47 of Licklog Trail, Ellijay died Tuesday April 5, 2011.
Mr. Kincaid was born November 13, 1963 in Oklahoma City, OK the son of the late Robert Allen Kincaid, Sr. and Norene Daniel Kincaid. He was a self employed truck driver and of the Baptist faith. Survivors include: Fiancé: Sharon Wright, Ellijay; Daughters: Delynnda Kincaid Riner, Dallas, TX Robyn Kincaid, Ft. Worth, TX Rebekah Dunnell, Clermont, GA; Sons: Kenny Kincaid, Ft. Worth, TX Douglas Wright, Indianapolis, IN Michael Dunnell, Clermont, GA Austin Dunnell, Clermont, GA; 5 Grandchildren; Step mother: Marian Harding, Ellijay; Sisters: Virginia Daniel, Opelika, AL, Janine Donaldson, Ellijay, Lisa Tanner, Ellijay; Brothers: James Kincaid Roger Kincaid David Kincaid Joe Daniel Kincaid, all of Ellijay; Several nieces and nephews. Funeral Services will be held Sunday April 10, 2011 at 2:00 pm from the Chapel of Bernhardt Funeral Home with Rev. R. V. Stanley officiating. The family will receive friends Saturday April 9th from 12 pm noon until 9pm at the Bernhardt Funeral Home.Bernhardt Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. [Posted by Susan Barker in Obituaries, Friday, April 8, 2011]

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Ronald ABNER and Sharon --?--




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Roger Dale CURRIE and Shelia M. --?--




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Wife Shelia M. --?--

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David C. BLACK and Shella --?--




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Ruel James BROWDER, Jr. and Sheree M. --?--




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James Larry ODOM and Sherrie --?--




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4 M Casey ODOM (details suppressed for this person)

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Keith EVANS and Sherry --?--




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Jeffery GILLESPIE and Sheryl --?--




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Pvt Billy H. BOOKER, USA, Korea and Shirley --?--




Husband Pvt Billy H. BOOKER, USA, Korea

         Born: 4 April 1930 - Troup County, Georgia
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       Buried:  - Gray Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia


       Father: Harvey BOOKER (Abt 1905-1959)
       Mother: Lola B. COFIELD (1898-1982)


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General Notes: Husband - Pvt Billy H. BOOKER, USA, Korea

Billy H. Booker is buried in Gray Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 61713491:

BILLY H BOOKER
PVT US ARMY
KOREA
APR 4 1930 JAN 18 1997

The memorial links to those of his parents, Harvey Booker (1905 - 1959) and Lola Cofield Booker (1898 - 1982), and his siblings, and presents this note:
US Army. Wife was Shirley Booker.




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Edward HILL and Shirley --?--




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PRESTON and Sidney E. --?--




Husband PRESTON 1874

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Wife Sidney E. --?-- 1874

         Born: 1850 - Mississippi 1874
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1 F Gertrude S. PRESTON

         Born: December 1884 - Texas
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       Buried: 9 July 1979 - Greenwood Cemetery, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
       Spouse: Lawrence A. PERKINS 1554,1875
         Marr: 18 June 1903 - Harris County, Texas
       Spouse: Benjamin C. CLEW 1874
         Marr: Bef January 1920 1874



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William R. MACKEY and Sinia --?--




Husband William R. MACKEY

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1 F Epsey Jane MACKEY

         Born: 26 February 1834
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       Buried:  - Irwinton Masonic Cemetery
       Spouse: James William KINNEY, Jr.
         Marr: 10 August 1851 - Wilkinson County, Georgia



General Notes: Husband - William R. MACKEY


Wilkinson County, Georgia, Wills 1817-1920 with Genealogical Information
Compiled by Joseph T. Maddox, Irwinton, Georgia 31042, dated 1971.
pages 182 - 183
WILL OF WILLIAM MACKEY (1789-1870) Son of William and Hoppoi Miccoy (LEGEND: She was the daughter of an Indian Chief of the Creek Tribe)
STATE OF GEORGIA, WILKINSON COUNTY
In the name of God, amen! ...... I, William Mackey, of the said State and County, being of advanced age, but of sound and disposing mind and memory, knowing that I must shortly depart this life, deem it right and proper, both as respects to my family and myself, that I should make a disposition of the property with which a kind Providence has blessed me. I do therefore make this my last will and testament hereby revoking and annulling all others by me heretofore made.
ITEM 1. I devise and direct that my body be buried in a decent and Christian-like manner, suitable for my circumstances and conditions in life; my soul I trust shall return to rest with God, who gave it, as I hope for eternal salvation through atonement of the Blessed Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
ITEM 2. I devise and direct that all my just debts be paid without delay by my Executor hereinafter named and appointed.
ITEM 3. I give and bequeath to my beloved wife, Sinia, for and during her natural life only, all my property, both real and personal, whatever and wherever it might be, to be used by her, the said Sinia, as a support. After her estate ? is over, the residue of my property whatever and wherever it may be, to be distributed among the legal heirs or legatees of my said estate as follows:
First, I devise and desire that my grandson, Miles R. Mackey, have $200 and a heifer yearling, such as he may choose from my stock of cattle and then become an equal heir of the residue of my property.
Second, I devise that my daughter Elizabeth Stevens (James) to be an equal heir of said estate with the exception I have given her $30 of which shall be deducted from her interest.
Third, I desire and direct that my granddaughter, Sarah J. Boone (James) be an equal heir with no deductions.
Fourth, I desire and direct that John M. Shepherd, Sr., Caroline J., Laura W., Malissa and Frances R. Shepherd, daughters of Rebecca Shepherd (Wiley, Jr.) deceased, draw one share of my estate to be equally divided between them.
Fifth, I desire and direct that my daughter, Epsey J. Kinney (James L.) draw one share of my said estate.
Sixth, I desire and direct that my daughter, Louisa Ward, (1st, husband Spence and 2nd, husband Benjamin Ward) draw one share of said estate, minus $40.
Seventh, I desire and direct that my son Jesse Mackey, (Elizabeth Etheridge) having already received property to the amount of some $600, have no further interest in my said estate.
Eight, Having given my son, John C. Mackey (Julia Keene and Dorcas Underwood) property, to-wit: the land whereon the said John C. Mackey now lives, and a good horse, to the amount of some $600.00, I desire and direct that he have no further interest im my said estate.
Ninth, I hereby constitute and appoint my son, John C. Mackey and son-inlaw James McKinney, Executor of this my last will and testament. This March 18th, 1870.
William R. Mackey**
William R. Mackey was the son of William G. Mackey and a daughter of a Creek chief, presumably Hopoie Micco, one of the signers of the Treaty of Fort Wilkinson, in 1802. By that treaty the Creeks ceded most of the eastern half of the present state of Georgia to the United States of America.
(http://pone.com/of/Mackey.htm)
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Smith --?-- and Antonett COLLINS




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Wife Antonett COLLINS 1876

         Born: 11 April 1863 - Meriwether County, Georgia
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       Father: William Madison COLLINS, CSA (1827-1926) 1877
       Mother: Nancy A. BRIDGES (Abt 1825-Bef 1869) 1877,1878




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Called Nettie."
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W. Jeff BISHOP and Sonya --?--




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Oliver L. COBB and Sophie A. --?--




Husband Oliver L. COBB 1462

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Wife Sophie A. --?-- 1462

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1 F Eula COBB 1462

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2 M Howell COBB 1879

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3 F Gertrude COBB 1879

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4 F Mary COBB 1879

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5 F Ethlyn Daisy COBB 1462,1880,1881

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         Marr: 3 November 1896 1880


6 M Oliver COBB 1879

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Thomas Jordan REYNOLDS and Sophronia --?--




Husband Thomas Jordan REYNOLDS 602,1883

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Wife Sophronia --?-- 1884

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1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Pike County, Spring Hill; Series: T623 Roll: 37 Page: 272: 55 55 REYNOLDS Thomas J. Head W M Nov 1864 35 M 0 GA GA AL Farmer; (next page, 273) -- Sophronia Wife W F Apr 1880 20 M 0 0 0 FL GA AL.
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Wesley KIRKLAND and Stelie --?--




Husband Wesley KIRKLAND

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1 F Eliza Ann KIRKLAND 115,844

         Born: 30 November 1847 - Alabama 115,843
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       Buried:  - Olive Branch Cemetery, Heard County, Georgia 115
       Spouse: David Callaway BRAND 843,844
         Marr: Abt 1864 843



General Notes: Husband - Wesley KIRKLAND

"Eliza Ann Brand's parents are: Wesley Kirklen thats how it is spelled on cert. and mother's maiden name STELIE does not have nothing else. The story that was passed down to me was Wesley f/o Eliza and her brother was killed in war right behind their house. Eliza helped her mother bury them in the woods. Her mother came with her to Ga. and passed away on the road along Rock Mills Ala. they stopped the wagon and burried her beside the road there that was why she had Wesley Kirkland her brother with her when they came to Heard Co. If you look you will see another Kirkland as ward of the state in the Census records.I'm not sure if he is another brother or not . Don't know if that helps but maybe so. Good Luck!!" (Marlane Daniel)
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Elvis RUDDOCK and Stella --?--




Husband Elvis RUDDOCK

         Born: 28 August 1909 - Gonzales County, Texas
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       Father: William H. RUDDOCK (cal 1874-1914)
       Mother: Martha Ann RAIFORD (1880-1961) 1174


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General Notes: Husband - Elvis RUDDOCK

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/HYC3-X2M : accessed 23 Jun 2013), Elvis Ruddock in entry for C M Christian, 1930. Gonzales, Gonzales County, Texas. Affiliate Publication Number: T626, roll 2337. Sheet Number 8B. District: 0002. Household ID: 214.
C M Christian Head M 53 Texas
Mary E Christian Wife F 48 Texas
Clyde Christian Son M 22 Texas
Ernest Christian Son M 16 Texas
Willie Christian Dau F 26 Texas
Elvis Ruddock Roomer M 28 Single TX England MS

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KWJY-81M : accessed 23 Jun 2013), Elvis Ruddock, 1940. Ward 2, Cuero, Justice Precinct 1, DeWitt, Texas. Affiliate Publication Number: T627. Affiliate Film Number: 4021. Sheet Number 8B. District: 62-2. Line Number: 63.Family Number: 210.
Elvis Ruddock Head M 30 Texas Insurance agent Personal insurance
Stella Ruddock Wife F 32 Texas
On 1 April 1935 they resided in the same place.

Elvis Ruddock born 28 August 1909 died in October 1980 at age 71. His last place of residence wasDe Witt, Texas 77954. Social Security Number 464-10-1756 issued in Texas. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JLNP-WWP : accessed 23 Jun 2013), Elvis Ruddock, October 1980.]

Elvis Ruddock died 28 October 1980 in De Witt County, Texas. ["Texas, Death Index, 1964-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JVDR-S4M : accessed 23 Jun 2013), Elvis Ruddock, 28 Oct 1980; citing Texas Department of State Health Services, Austin,Texas.]

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William Johnson HATCHER and Stella --?--




Husband William Johnson HATCHER 1885,1886

         Born: 7 July 1893 - Texas
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       Buried:  - Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas


       Father: William Simpson HATCHER (1866-1940) 1887
       Mother: Eula Lee WALKER (1868-1927) 1886


     Marriage: Abt 1918



Wife Stella --?-- 1885

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1920 U.S. Census, Texas, Hays County, 1-Pct; Series: T625 Roll: 1816 Page: 25: Fm 184 184 HATCHER William Head M W 26 M TX TX TX Farmer Dairy; -- Stella Wife F W 20 M TX England Texas.
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William E. SCARBROUGH and Sue --?--




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Fred Allen SELF and Suellen --?--




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William Patton HUME and Susan --?--




Husband William Patton HUME 1652,1653

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       Father: David J. HUME (1824-1904) 1652
       Mother: Martha TALBOTT (1828-1894) 1652


     Marriage: Abt 1872



Wife Susan --?-- 1650,1651

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1 F Sallie L. HUME 1650,1651

         Born: June 1879 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 1651
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2 M David P. HUME 1650,1651

         Born: February 1874 - Bourbon County, Kentucky 1651
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General Notes: Husband - William Patton HUME

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Paris; Series: T9 Roll: 403 Page: 55: Line 3 HUME W. P. W M 31 Farmer KY KY KY; -- S. C. W M 30 Wife House Keeping KY KY VA; -- D. P. W M 7 Son KY KY KY; -- S. L. W F 10 Dau KY KY KY. (Q: Is the age of William's daughter, "S. L." in error here? His daughter "Sarah L." is 21, born Jan 1879. If the same, "S. L." should bee age 1.)

1900 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, Centerville Pct; Series: T623 Roll: 509 Page: 162: 401 408 HUME William P. Head M W Jan 1850 M 28 KY KY KY Farmer; -- Susan G. Wife W F Feb 1851 49 M 28 2 2 KY KY; -- David P. Son W M Feb 1874 26 S KY KY KY Farm laborer; -- Sallie L. Dau W F Jan 1879 21 S KY KY KY; --David J. Father W M Oct 1824 75 Wd KY KY KY.

1910 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Bourbon County, 2- Wd Paris; Series: T624 Roll: 465 Page: 15: Second St 412 259 275 HUME William P. Head M W 60 M2 30 KY KY KY Own income; -- Susan T. Wife 63 M1 30 5 0 KY KY KY; -- David P. Son M W 35 M1 3 KY KY KY Farmer Rented farm; -- Myrtle M. Dau-in-law F W 23 M1 3 2 1 KY KY KY; -- Oscar L. GrSon M W 3/12 S KY KY KY.

In 1920, William P. HUME, 70, widowed, lives in the home of his son, David P., in Bourbon County, Kentucky.


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Susan married William P. HUME. In 1880, his wife is named as S. C., 30, with two children, married then before 1874; in 1900, Susan T., 41, married 28 years (1872), two children, living; and in 1910, Susan G., 63, married 30 years (1880), no children, but one son in the household and William indicated as married twice. (Q: Can this be the same Susan in all three censuses? The numbers seem otherwise.)
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John W. WATTS and Susan --?--




Husband John W. WATTS 792,1807

         Born: Abt 1822 - South Carolina 1807
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Wife Susan --?-- 1807

         Born: Abt 1820 - South Carolina 1807
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1 F Druscilla WATTS 1807

         Born: Abt 1841 - South Carolina 1807
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2 M William WATTS 1807

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3 M Harrison J. WATTS 857,1807

         Born: Abt 1846 - South Carolina 1807
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         Marr: Bef June 1870


4 M Francis WATTS 1807

         Born: Abt 1848 - Georgia 1807
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5 M John WATTS 1807

         Born: Abt 1851 - Georgia 1807
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6 M Wyatt WATTS 1807

         Born: Abt 1853 - Alabama 1807
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7 M Mathew O. WATTS 1807

          AKA: Matthew C. WATTS
         Born: March 1855 - Randolph County, Alabama 790
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       Buried: 10 August 1926 - Hillview Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia
       Spouse: Mary C. DANIEL 1889
         Marr: 26 December 1878 - Tallapoosa County, Alabama



General Notes: Husband - John W. WATTS

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Tallapoosa County, Daviston P O; Series: M653 Roll: 25 Page: 224: 206 206 John WATTS 38 M Day laborer --- 75 SC; Susan 40 F SC; Drucilla 19 FSC; William 16 M SC; Harrison 14 M SC; Francis 12 M GA; John [Jr.] 9 M GA; Wyatt 7 M AL; Mathew 4 M AL.

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Tallapoosa County, Daviston P O; Series: M593 Roll: 42 Page: 205: 101 101 WATTS John 52 M W Farm laborer SC; -- Susan 50 F W Keeping house SC; -- Wyatt 16 M W AL; -- Drucilla 25 F W Asst keeping house AL; -- Permelia 7 F W AL; -- Martha 5 F W AL; -- Jane 3 F W AL; -- Ellen 2 F W AL. [It is unlikely that the four young girls are Susan's daughters. They may be progeny of Drucilla, widowed or divorced.]
Next door is John WATTS 20 M W Farm laborer AL, living in the household of 102 102 Waddie STOKES 66, and wife Polly, 50. John [Jr.] appears to be the son of John and Susan WATTS.

"United States Census, 1880," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M4JH-L56 : accessed 10 Dec 2012), John W. Watts, Almond, Clay, Alabama, United States; citing sheet 121C, family 0, NARA microfilm publication T9-0008.
John W. Watts self M 59 South Carolina
Susan Watts wife F 61 South Carolina,
Permla Watts daughter F 18 Alabama
Elen Watts daughter F 14 Alabama
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William Dan DEAN II and Susan --?--




Husband William Dan DEAN II (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: William Dan DEAN (Abt 1918-1971)
       Mother: Annis DANIELL (1917-2011)


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

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Children
1 M Trey DEAN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Mendy --?-- (living)



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Josephus BROWN and Susan --?--




Husband Josephus BROWN 456,460

          AKA: Josh BROWN,1591 Joshua BROWN 457
         Born: Abt 1852 - Kentucky 457
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 1893 and 1900
       Buried: 


       Father: Coleman T. BROWN (Abt 1811-1895) 456,457
       Mother: Zerelda PORTER (1816-1894) 456,457


     Marriage: Abt 1877



Wife Susan --?-- 1591

         Born: May 1857 - Kentucky 1590
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         Died: 
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Children
1 F Irene E. BROWN 1590

         Born: September 1878 - Nelson County, Kentucky 1590
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         Died: 
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2 F Zerelda BROWN 1591

         Born: Abt 1879 - Nelson County, Kentucky 1591
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 June 1900
       Buried: 



3 F Margaret BROWN 1590

         Born: May 1883 - Nelson County, Kentucky 1590
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         Died: 
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4 F Sallie S. BROWN 1590

         Born: March 1883 - Nelson County, Kentucky 1590
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         Died: 
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5 M Louis H. BROWN 1590

         Born: December 1884 - Nelson County, Kentucky 1590
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         Died: 
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6 F Roxy S. BROWN 1590

         Born: December 1887 - Nelson County, Kentucky 1590
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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7 M Samuel H. BROWN 1590

         Born: December 1889 - Nelson County, Kentucky 1590
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mat --?-- 1592
         Marr: Abt 1911


8 F Sue G. BROWN 1890

         Born: February 1892 - Nelson County, Kentucky 1590
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         Died: 
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9 F Alcyone J. BROWN 1590

         Born: February 1894 - Nelson County, Kentucky 1590
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Josephus BROWN

Josephus BROWN, son of Coleman and Zerelda BROWN, is named as Joshua, Josephus, and Josh in consectutive censuses, 1860 -1880.

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Nelson County, Bloomfield; Series: T9 Roll: 435 Page: 234: 86 BROWN Josh W M 27 M Farmer KY KY KY; -- Susan W F 24 Wife M Hose keeper KY KY KY; -- Irine W F 2 Dau S KY KY KY; -- Zelly W F 1 Dau S KY KY KY. Next door are Josh's parents, Coleman and Zerelda BROWN. Nearby is his brother Joseph and wife, Cordelia.

In 1900, Susan, "Sue," ins a widowed head of household in Nelson County, Kentucky. Her youngest child was born in February 1894. Josephus appaently died between 1893 and 1 June 1900.


General Notes: Wife - Susan --?--

Susan was the wife of Josephus BROWN. He died beteween 1893 and 1900 when "Sue" is a widowed head of household. She has had 9 children, one of whom, "Zelly" who was named in the 1880 census is the child who died. The remaining eight are listed with their mother.
1900 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Nelson County, Bloomfield; Series: T623 Roll: 546 Page: 150: 209 212 BROWN Sue M. Head W F May 1857 43 Wd - 9 8 KY KY KY Seamstress; -- Irene E. Dau W F Sept 1878 21 S KY KY KY; -- Margarett W. Dau W F May 1883 19 S KY KY KY At school; -- Sallie S. Dau W F Mar 1883 17 S KY KY KY At school; -- Louis H. Son W M Dec 1884 15 S KY KY KY At school; -- Roxy S. Dau W F Dec 1887 12 S KY KY KY At school; -- Samuel H. Son W M Dec 1889 10 S KY KY KY At school; -- Sue G. Dau W F Feb 1892 8 S KY KY KY At school; -- Alcyone J. Dau W F Feb 1894 6 S KY KY KY.

1910 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Nelson County, Dist. 5, Bloomfield; Series: T624 Roll: 497 Page: 214: 41 41 BROWN Sue Head F W 52 Wd 34 9 8 KY KY KY Dress maker; -- H__r Son M W 25 S KY KY KY Retail Merchant; -- Sue Gore Dau 18 S KY KY KY Telephone Operator; -- Alcyone Dau F W 16 S KY KY KY Telephone Operator.

1920 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Nelson County, Bloomfield; Series: T625 Roll: 593 Page: 150: Main Street 1 2 BROWN Sue, Head 64 Wd KY KY KY Dressmaker At home; -- Sue Gore Dau F W 26 S KY KY KY Saleslady Dry goods. Nearby is her son, Samuel and family.

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Richard B. HOOD and Susan --?--




Husband Richard B. HOOD (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Elson Boyd HOOD, USA, WWII (1923-2010)
       Mother: Marjorie Estelle BOYD, WAC, WWII (1921-2010)


     Marriage: 



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

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James Daniel TINSLEY and Susan --?--




Husband James Daniel TINSLEY

         Born: 11 April 1817 - Fayette County, Kentucky
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 July 1901
       Buried:  - Little Prairie Cemetery, Pemiscot County, Missouri


       Father: William TINSLEY (1789-1841)
       Mother: Nancy TALBOTT (Abt 1789-Bef 1824)


     Marriage: Abt 1851



Wife Susan --?--

         Born: Abt 1832 - Missouri
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M James TINSLEY

         Born: Abt 1853 - Missouri
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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2 M John Oscar TINSLEY

         Born: Abt 1857 - Missouri
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M William TINSLEY

         Born: Abt 1859 - Arkansas
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F Mary Lee TINSLEY

         Born: 6 January 1863 - Missouri
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 July 1892
       Buried:  - Little Prairie Cemetery, Pemiscot County, Missouri
       Spouse: Joseph Bruce LATSHAW
         Marr: Abt 1881


5 F H. A. TINSLEY

         Born: Abt 1868 - Missouri
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 M Walter N. TINSLEY

         Born: 23 March 1870 - Missouri
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 June 1897
       Buried:  - Little Prairie Cemetery, Pemiscot County, Missouri




General Notes: Husband - James Daniel TINSLEY

1860 MISSOURI PEMISCOT TWP 12 N RANGE 16 E, Caruthersville P O, 1 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 638 Page: 508:
269 265 James D. TINSLEY 43 M W Dr. Physician 10,000 7470 KY
Susan TINSLEY 28 F W Housewife MO;
(page 509)
James TINSLEY 7 W W MO
John " 3 M W AR
William " 1 M W AR
Gillmore " 20 M W Clerk Dry goods store.

1870 U.S. Census, Missouri, Pemiscot County, Caruthersville P O; Series: M593 Roll: 796 Page: 240:
8 8 TINSLEY, Jas D. 53 M W Physician 8400 1500 KY;
" Susan A. 38 F W Housewife MO;
" J. Oscar 13 M W Attending school MO;
" Mary Lee 6 F W Attending school MO;
" H. A. 2 F W At home MO;
" Wm N. 5/12 M W At home MO Mar;
DANIELS S. L. 13 F W Attending school AR. (This TINSLEY family is part of the William O'DANIEL line from Fairfax County, Virginia. S. L. DANIELS relationship if any has not been discovered.

James D. Tinsley is buried in Little Prairie Cemetery, Caruthersville, Pemiscot County, Missouri. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 19896869:

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
JAMES D.
TINSLEY
SON OF
WILLIAM & NANCY
TINSLEY
OF CLARK CO. KY.
BORN APRIL 11, 1817
DIED JULY 25, 1901
aged 84 yrs, 3mos, 14 ds.
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Eugene HOWARD and Susan --?--




Husband Eugene HOWARD (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Ernest Milton HOWARD (1929-2015)
       Mother: Betty Jean HOLLOWAY (1933-2000)


     Marriage: 



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

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ALBERGOTTI and Susan --?--




Husband ALBERGOTTI

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef 1880 740
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1836



Wife Susan --?-- 740

         Born: Abt 1811 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1880
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Thomas C. ALBERGOTTI 740

         Born: Abt 1836 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ella M. --?-- 740
         Marr: Abt 1868


2 F Mary E. ALBERGOTTI 740

         Born: Abt 1838 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1910 1891
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Theodore JEFFERDS 740
         Marr: Bef 1860


3 F Rebecca S. ALBERGOTTI 740

         Born: Abt 1840 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1910 1892
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


4 M John Schmidt ALBERGOTTI, CSA 1370

         Born: 7 October 1847 - Charleston County, South Carolina 740
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 September 1897 1893
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah Amelia MOSS 390,1371
         Marr: 18 February 1875 1370


5 M William Greer ALBERGOTTI, CSA 740

         Born: Abt 1848 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 15 April 1910
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Hutson SALLEY 1773,1894
         Marr: 26 April 1888 21


6 M Washington McAlpin ALBERGOTTI, CSA

         Born: 13 November 1829 - Charleston County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 February 1865
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Susan Caldwell MURRELL
         Marr: Abt 1856



General Notes: Wife - Susan --?--

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Orangeburg; Series: T9 Roll: 1237 Page: 261: Theodore JEFFERDS Self M Male W 43 SC Merchant SC SC; Mary E. JEFFERDS Wife M Female W 42 SC Keeping House SC SC; Salina JEFFERDS Dau S Female W 19 SC At Home SC SC; Theodore A. JEFFERDS Son S Male W 16 SC At School SC SC; Robert JEFFERDS Son S Male W 11 SC At School SC SC; Melton JEFFERDS Son S Male W 9 SC At School SC SC; Washington JEFFERDS Son S Male W 7 SC At School SC SC; Rebecca JEFFERDS Dau S Female W 4 SC SC SC;William JEFFERDS Son S Male W 1 SC SC SC; Susan ALBERGOTTI MotherL Wd Female W 69 SC At Home SC SC; Rebecca ALBERGOTTI SisterL S Female W 40 SC School Teacher SC SC; W. Greer ALBERGOTTI BroL S Male W 32 SC Accountant SC SC; Susen ALBERGOTTI SisterL Wd Female W 46 SC School Teacher SC SC; J. Colwell ALBERGOTTI Nephew S Male W 22 SC Clerk In Store SC SC; Thomas C. ALBERGOTTI BroL M Male W 44 SC Clerk In Store SC SC; Ella M. ALBERGOTTI SisterL M Female W 34 SC At Home SC SC; T. McKewn ALBERGOTTI Nephew S Male W 10 SC At SchoolSC SC; Julia E. ALBERGOTTI Niece S Female W 5 SC At School SC SC; Mary J. ALBERGOTTI Niece S Female W 1 SC SC SC; J. Smitt ALBERGOTTI BroL M Male W 37 SC Merchant SC SC; Amelia ALBERGOTTI SisterL M Female W 29 SC At Home SC SC; Amelia ALBERGOTTI Niece S Female W 4 SC SC SC; K. E. ALBERGOTTI Niece S Female W 1 SC SC SC. (Family History Library Film 1255237 NA Film Number T9-1237 Page Number 261D, Census page verified. RLD)
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George Elmer GALBREATH and Susan A. --?--




Husband George Elmer GALBREATH 1895,1896

         Born: 28 March 1885 - Ohio 1895
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 November 1986 - Los Angeles County, California 1895
       Buried:  - La Verne Cemetery
     Marriage: Abt 1906

 Other Spouse: Isabelle Florence CASADY 1424 - After 1 January 1920



Wife Susan A. --?-- 1897

         Born: 1885 - Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 1919 - California
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - George Elmer GALBREATH

Name: Geo Elmer Galbreath; Birth: 28 Mar 1885; Birthplace: Knox Tp, Columbiana, Ohio; Father: Jasper Galbreath; Mother: Amanda Stanley. [labs.familysearch.org, Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C86891-5, System Origin: Ohio-EASy, Source Film Number: 931592, Reference Number: Bk3 p.70 #392, Collection: Ohio Births and Christenings, 1821-1962]

1910 U.S. Census, California. San Bernardino, Ward 1, Chino; Series: T624 Roll: 93 Page: 183:
5 5 GALBRETH [sic] George E. Head M W 25 M1 4 OH OH OH Farmer General farm; -- Susan H. Wife F W 24 M1 4 1 1 OH OH OH; -- Lester W. Son M W 2 S CA OH OH; -- Harvey J. Partner M W 23 S OH OH OH Farmer Farm laborer.

George Elmer GALBREATH is a widower in 1920, Susan died in 1919. His housekeeper is Belle [CASADY] WADE whom George later married. He was about 20 years her junior.

George was again widowed in 1948 when Belle died.

George lived to be 101 years of age. George Elmer and first wife, 'Susa [sic, Susan] A." are buried in Section G of La Verne Cemetery. A possible sister or second, or third wife, after Belle, Margaret GALBRAITH is also buried in this cemetery, but note variant spelling of GALBREATH.

La Verne Cemetery, La Verne, Los Angeles County, California
Galbraith Margaret E. 1883 1986
Galbreath George E. 1885 1986 G
Galbreath Susa [sic, Susan] A. 1885 1919 Wife of G.E. Galbreath Mother G
[http://files.usgwarchives.org/ca/losangeles/cemeteries/laverneei.txt]
"GALBREATH George Elmer 03/27/1885 STANLEY [Mother's surname] M Ohio Los Angeles(19) 11/22/1986 547-22-0117 101 yrs" [California Death Index, <http://vitals.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ca/death/search.cgi>]

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NOTE: George Elmer GALBREATH, 1885-1986, is not to be confused with "Elmer George GALBREATH", 1882-1947, who also died in Los Angeles. Elmer married in 1908 Hazel Lucile TRIMBLE, 1880-1978. They are together with two children in the 1930 census and buried together in Rose Hill Memorial Park in Whittier, Los Angeles County, California. [http://www.main-family.com/roberts/p2.htm & Find A Grave Memorial# 52127323]


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

La Verne Cemetery, La Verne, Los Angeles County, California
Galbreath George E. 1885 1986 G
Galbreath Susa [sic, Susan] A. 1885 1919 Wife of G.E. Galbreath Mother G
[http://files.usgwarchives.org/ca/losangeles/cemeteries/laverneei.txt]

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Charles Eades GRAYSON and Susan Allis --?--




Husband Charles Eades GRAYSON 1898

         Born: 12 August 1845 - Wilcox County, Alabama 1898
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 May 1929 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Fairfield Cemetery


       Father: Squire Grant GRAYSON (1799-1872) 1898,1899
       Mother: Mary Ann Caroline BLACKMON (1814-1863) 1898,1899


     Marriage: 



Wife Susan Allis --?--

         Born: Cir 1848
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 February 1886 - Freestone County, Texas
       Buried:  - Fairfield Cemetery


Children

General Notes: Husband - Charles Eades GRAYSON

"of Leon County [Texas]" Named in the biography of his brother, Thomas B. GRAYSON.

Charles Eades GRAYSON was a son of Squire Grant GRAYSON and Mary Ann Caroline BLACKMON.

He is buried in Fairfiels Cemetery, Freestone County, Texas. His grave is indexed as: "Grayson, C[harles] E[ades] [08/12/]1845 - [05/31/]1929."


General Notes: Wife - Susan Allis --?--

Freestone Co, Tx - Obit of Susan Allis (wife of Charles Eades Grayson) Fairfield Recorder - Feb 19, 1886 edition "Died - Mrs. C. E. Grayson of Luna, who was so severly brunt several weeks ago, died on last Friday evening at 2:00. Shortly after the horrible accident she began to improve, and it was thought by many that she would recover but she relapsed and grew worse until the quiet sleep of death released her from her pain. Mrs. Grayson was a kind hearted Christian lady, and her sad death will be painful to her friends, and were interred in Fairfield Cemetery, Rev. S. C. Littlepage officiating. Besides a sorrow stricken husband, the deceased left to mourn her great loss, a daughter about twelve years old, and a little son about two years old. The sadly bereaved family has the deepest sympathy of many friends." (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/freestone/obits/sallis.txt)

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Ralph W. STEWART and Susan H. --?--




Husband Ralph W. STEWART 77

         Born: April 1845 - Illinois 77
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         Died: 
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     Marriage: Abt 1874



Wife Susan H. --?-- 77

         Born: November 1846 - Illinois 77
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         Died: 
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       Father: Alva --?-- (1814-After 1900) 77
       Mother: 




Children
1 F Kathleen C. STEWART 77

         Born: February 1876 - Colorado 77
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2 M Ralph R. STEWART 77

         Born: July 1878 - Colorado 77
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3 M James A. STEWART 77

         Born: January 1881 - Colorado 77
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4 M Edgar M. STEWART 77,1900

         Born: January 1883 - Colorado 77
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         Died: 
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       Spouse: Anna Walker HALBERT 1901
         Marr: 18 November 1908 - Arizona


5 F Sarah STEWART 77

         Born: July 1889 - Colorado 77
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         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Ralph W. STEWART

1900 U.S. Census, Colorado, Arapahoe County, 9-Wd Denver; Series: T623 Roll: 119 Page: 50: Grant Avenue 1837 120 139 STEWART Ralph W. Head W M Apr 1845 55 M 26 IL NY NY Lumber Mcht; -- Susan H. Wife W F Nov 1846 53 M 26 9 6 IL NH Ireland; -- Kathleen C. Dau W F Feb 1876 24 S CO IL IL; -- Ralph R. Son W M July 1878 19 S CO IL ILBookkeeper Lumber Yard; -- James A. Son W M Jan 1881 19 S CO IL ILRailroad clerk; -- Edgar M. Son Jan 1883 17 S CO IL IL At school; Sarah Dau W F July 1889 10 S CO IL IL At school; Rat____ Alva F in law W M Mch 1814 86 W NH MA NY Retired.
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PIKE and Susan Jane --?--




Husband PIKE

         Born: 
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         Died: Bef June 1900 1394
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1874



Wife Susan Jane --?-- 1394

         Born: February 1847 - Georgia 1394
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Children
1 M Orrin Stephen PIKE 1395

          AKA: Otis PIKE,1902 West PIKE
         Born: April 1874 - Georgia 1394
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Susan Della WEST 1394,1395
         Marr: 1 May 1898 - Heard County, Georgia
       Spouse: Annie DANIEL 63
         Marr: Abt 1921



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Christopher Gadsen GUIGNARD and Susan Mc --?--




Husband Christopher Gadsen GUIGNARD 25,746

         Born: Abt 1875 - South Carolina 746
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       Father: John G. GUIGNARD (Abt 1832-After 1910) 748,749
       Mother: Jane Bruce SALLEY (1839-1900) 26,748,749


     Marriage: Abt 1905



Wife Susan Mc --?-- 1903

         Born: Abt 1875 - Virginia 1903
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         Died: 
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Children
1 F Susan GUIGNARD 1903

         Born: Abt 1909 - Virginia 1903
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - Christopher Gadsen GUIGNARD

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland County, 2-Wd Columbia; Series: T624 Roll: 1471 Page: 98: 1226 60 71 GUIGNARD Christopher Head M W 35 M1 5 SC SC SC Manufacturer Brick; -- Susie Mc Wife F W 35 M1 5 1 1 VA SC VA; -- Susie Dau F W 1 S VA SC VA.

In 1920, Christopher, 38, single, lives in the home of his brother, Gabriel A. GUIGNARD, in Lexington County, South Carolina. What happened to his family?
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Henry SIMMONS and Susanna --?--




Husband Henry SIMMONS 797

         Born: 
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         Died: Between 3 January and 28 July 1766 - Brunswick County, Virginia 797
       Buried: 


       Father: Capt. John SIMMONS (1678-Bef 1749) 1734
       Mother: Mary COCKE (      -      ) 1734


     Marriage: 



Wife Susanna --?-- 797

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 7 November and 23 December 1793 - Brunswick County, Virginia 797
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Thomas SIMMONS 797

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: February 1774 - Brunswick County, Virginia 797
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ermine --?-- 797


2 M Henry SIMMONS 797

         Born: 18 April 1763 177
   Christened: 
         Died: January 1781 797
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Martha Rosalie LANIER 797


3 M Benjamin SIMMONS 797

         Born: 1752 670
   Christened: 
         Died: October 1777 - Brunswick County, Virginia 670
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Martha EMBRY 670
         Marr: Abt 24 December 1773 - Brunswick County, Virginia 670


4 F Mary SIMMONS 797

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 7 November 1793 797
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John TILLMAN 670
         Marr: Abt 23 May 1758 - Brunswick County, Virginia 670


5 F Sussana SIMMONS 797

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 7 November 1793 797
       Buried: 
       Spouse: William EDWARDS 670
         Marr: Bef January 1766 797


6 F Mason SIMMONS 797

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: After November 1793 797
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Henry MORRIS 670
         Marr: 26 December 1785 - Brunswick County, Virginia 670



General Notes: Husband - Henry SIMMONS

Named in the 14 December 1749 Will of his father, John SIMMONS of Isle Of Wight, Virginia.
Son, Henry Simmons
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James JONES and Susannah --?--




Husband James JONES (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Susannah --?-- 1325

         Born: 
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 Other Spouse: James THWEATT 540,1325


Children

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James THWEATT and Susannah --?--




Husband James THWEATT 540,1325

         Born: 3 April 1752
   Christened: 
         Died: 1814 1325
       Buried: 


       Father: James Thomas THWEATT (1722-1758) 540
       Mother: Sarah STURDEVANT (Abt 1723-1804) 540


     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Elizabeth PETERSON 540 - 3 April 1777



Wife Susannah --?-- 1325

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: James JONES


Children

General Notes: Husband - James THWEATT

James THWEATT married first Elizabeth PETERSON in Virginia and later removed from Virginia and went to Hancock County, Georgia. There, he married second Susannah, widow of James JONES.
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Hans HUBER and Susannah --?--




Husband Hans HUBER

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     Marriage: 



Wife Susannah --?--

         Born: 
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Children
1 F Magdalene HUBER

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 February 1760 - Orangeburg, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Henry SALLEY, Jr. 1904
         Marr: 29 July 1744 - Orangeburg, South Carolina



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Orlando GUNNELL and Susannah --?--




Husband Orlando GUNNELL 183,1905

         Born: 10 January 1835 1906
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 November 1899 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Andrew Chapel Cemetery, Vienna, Virginia


       Father: Colonel George West GUNNELL (1789-1878) 1907,1908,1909
       Mother: Louisiana RATCLIFFE (1800-1835) 125,1910


     Marriage: Bef 1865



Wife Susannah --?-- 1905,1906

         Born: Abt 1843 - Virginia 1906
   Christened: 
         Died: 1924 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Andrew Chapel Cemetery, Vienna, Virginia


Children
1 F Lucy GUNNELL 1905,1906

         Born: Abt 1864 - Virginia 1906
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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2 F Caroline GUNNELL 1905,1906

         Born: Abt 1867 - Virginia 1906
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M John M. GUNNELL 1911

         Born: 1869
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Florence WALKER (living)



General Notes: Husband - Orlando GUNNELL

Orlando's mother died soon after his birth. He was temporarily raised by Mrs. Potsday COLEMAN.

In 1850, Orlando is a student living in the home of Alfred MOSS.
1850 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 942 Page: 134: 401 401 Alfred MOSS 34 M Lawyer VA; Martha A. MOSS 34 M VA; Lucy MOSS 9 F VA; Mary MOSS 7 F VA; Anna MOSS 5 VA; Thomas MOSS 3 M VA; Ida MOSS 1 F VA; John T. MOSS 19 M Student; Orlando GUNNELL 15 M Student VA.

1870 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, Providence Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1645 Page: 366: 53 53 GUNNELL Orlando 35 M W Farmer 300 VA; -- Susannah 27 F W Keeping house VA; -- Lucy 6 F W VA; -- Caroline 3 F W VA.
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Colonel William W. PERRYMAN, CSA and Susannah Elizabeth --?--




Husband Colonel William W. PERRYMAN, CSA 1912

         Born: 6 February 1831 - Barrattsville, South Carolina 1913
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 May 1891 - Liberty County, Texas
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1866



Wife Susannah Elizabeth --?-- 1789,1912

         Born: Abt 1830 - South Carolina 1912
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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Children
1 F Mary E. PERRYMAN 1912

         Born: Abt 1866 - South Carolina 1912
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         Died: 
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2 F Sarah J. PERRYMAN 1912

         Born: Abt 1868 - South Carolina 1912
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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3 F Emma D. PERRYMAN 1789

         Born: Abt 1859 - South Carolina 1789
   Christened: 
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General Notes: Husband - Colonel William W. PERRYMAN, CSA

William W. PERRYMAN ia cousin to Samuel R. PERRYMAN and family.
William's daughter Sarah (Sallie?) may be the second wife of Dr James P. COOK, also in Liberty County, in the 1880 census.

1870 U.S. Census, Liberty County, Liberty P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1596 Page: 120: 566 554 PERRYMAN William W. 39 M W Farmer 1000 600 SC; -- Elizabeth 39 F W Keeping house SC; -- Mary E. 13 F W SC; -- Sarah J. 11 F W SC.

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Liberty County, Liberty; Series T9 Roll: 1317 Page: 259 (Family History Library Film 1255317 NA Film Number T9-1317 Page Number 259B): Wm. W. PERRYMAN Self M Male W 48 SC Farmer-Co. Judge SC SC; Susanna PERRYMAN Wife M Female W 49 SC Keeping House SC SC; Mary E. PERRYMAN Dau S Female W 24 SC School Teacher SC SC; Emma D. PERRYMAN Dau S Female W 20 SC At Home SC SC; Samuel R. PERRYMAN Cousin S Male W 27 AL Lawyer SC SC; Allen BARRETT Other S Male Mu 15 TX Farm Laborer SC SC; Mary HOLMES Other S Female Mu 43 IL Domestic Servant IL IL.

Col W. W. Perryman: Birth: Feb. 6, 1831 South Carolina, USA Death: May 14, 1891 Liberty Liberty County Texas, USA Born at Barrattsvile near Greenswood, S.C., Died at his home Liberty, TX. He was Capt. of Co. F 2BG, S.C. Reg. Kershaws Brigade. "Blessed are the pure in heart." Burial: Cooke Memorial Cemetery Liberty Liberty County Texas, USA
(www.findagrave.com)
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Michael Willam BAILEY and Suzy E. --?--




Husband Michael Willam BAILEY

         Born: 28 July 1962 - Chatham County, Georgia
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       Father: Lewis Graham BAILEY, Jr. (1928-2010)
       Mother: Mary Mixon SMITH


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2 M Davis Christopher Armond BAILEY (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Michael Willam BAILEY

Michael Bailey is named as a surviving brother in the May 2006 obituary of Lewis Graham "Bubba" Bailey, III.

Michael W. Bailey is named as a surviving son in the November 2010 obituary of Lewis Graham Bailey.

Michael William Bailey - Savannah - Michael William Bailey, 49, succumbed to injuries he received from an automobile accident in November 2010. He is preceded in death by his father, Lewis Graham Bailey, Jr. and brother, Lewis Graham Bailey, III. Mike was born in Savannah on July 28, 1962 to Lewis Graham and Mary M. Bailey. He attended and graduated in 1981 from Savannah Country Day School. Mike received a Masters Degree in Architecture from Georgia Tech in Atlanta. He studied abroad in Paris, France and interned at Niles Bolton Architectural Firm. In 2000 Mike moved back home and opened his own firm, Bailey & Bailey Associates. He won numerous awards throughout his career and his work can be found throughout Savannah. Survivors include two sons, Michael Alexander Bailey and Davis Christopher Armond Bailey who live in Winston Salem, NC with their mother, Suzy E. Bailey. Also surviving is his mother, Mary M. Bailey; sister, Anne Oliver (David); niece, Jennifer DuBois; nephew, Herbert Ashley DuBois; grand nieces, Lauren DuBois and Olivia Delatorre. The family will receive friends from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Wednesday, December 21, 2011 at Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Islands Chapel. A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, December 22, 2011 at Wilmington Island Presbyterian Church. Remembrances may be made to Wilmington Island Presbyterian Church, 450 N. Cromwell, Savannah, GA 31410 or Hospice Savannah, Inc. P.O. Box 13190, Savannah, GA 31416. Please sign our guest book on line at www.foxandweeks.com Savannah Morning News December 22, 2011 Please sign our Obituary Guest Book at savannnahnow.com/obituaries .

Michael William Bailey is named as a deceased brother in the May 2013 obituary of Ann Bailey DuBois Oliver.
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Henry CATO, RS-SC and Tabitha --?--




Husband Henry CATO, RS-SC 111

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       Father: John CATO (      -After 1784) 111
       Mother: Jane COOK (1732-After 1784) 111


     Marriage: Bef 1771 111



Wife Tabitha --?-- 111

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Moved to Camden County, South Carolina.
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HARTON and Tabitha --?--




Husband HARTON (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Tabitha --?--

         Born: Abt 1821 - Georgia
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1 F Elisa M. HARTON

         Born: Abt 1838 - Georgia
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       Spouse: Cpl. Alpheus Simmons BUTTS, CSA 177,1914
         Marr: 19 April 1855 - Hancock County, Georgia


2 F Sarah O. HARTON

         Born: Abt 1840 - Georgia
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         Marr: 2 January 1859 - Hancock County, Georgia


3 F Mary E. HARTON

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4 M William D. HARTON

         Born: Abt 1846 - Georgia
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General Notes: Wife - Tabitha --?--

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 101 District;
7 Tabitha HARTON 29 F Farmer 3000 GA;
Elisa M. HARTON 12 F GA;
Sarah O. HARTON 10 F GA;
Mary E. HARTON 7 F GA;
Wm. D. HARTON 4 GA.
8 Alpheus P. HARTON 25 M Farmer 1800 GA.
9 Wilkins J. HARTON 31 M Farmer 4200 GA.

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, Mayfield P O; Series: M653 Roll: 126 Page: 253:
306 337 Arthor [sic] BUTTS 31 M Planter 3000 11,000 GA;
Sarah " 19 F GA;
Ella " 4 F GA;
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306 338 Mrs. T. HARTEN [sic] 41 F --- 4000 GA;
Wm " 14 M --- 11,000 GA.
Next door:
307 339 Jesse G. BUTTS 68 M Planter 4300 25,000 VA;
Jesse " 20 M Overseer GA;
Sarah " 22 F GA;
Eliza " 21 F GA;
Mary " 18 F GA;
Harriett " 14 F GA.
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Stanley Thomas DANIELL and Tammy --?--




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Arthur JACKS, Jr. and Tanya --?--




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       Father: Arthur JACKS, Sr. (Cir 1946-      )
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2 M Christopher JACKS (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Ashley JACKS (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Becca JACKS (details suppressed for this person)

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Stephen R. HOOD and Tara --?--




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       Father: Elson Boyd HOOD, USA, WWII (1923-2010)
       Mother: Marjorie Estelle BOYD, WAC, WWII (1921-2010)


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William C. MAY and Tara --?--




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       Father: SP5 Virgil W. MAY, Jr., USA (1942-2015)
       Mother: Rebecca S. CORNWELL


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2 M Will MAY (details suppressed for this person)

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Eland Edge EILAND and Tenica C. --?--




Husband Eland Edge EILAND

         Born: 28 February 1818
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       Father: Judge Stephen EILAND (1788-1853) 715
       Mother: Mary ALLEN (1789-1865) 715


     Marriage: Abt 1837



Wife Tenica C. --?--

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1 M Virgil M. EILAND

         Born: 1839 - Alabama
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2 M Allen H. EILAND

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3 F Mary S. EILAND

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4 M Steven A. EILAND

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Alfred Proctor ALDRICH, Jr. and Thelma --?--




Husband Alfred Proctor ALDRICH, Jr. 1562

         Born: 21 August 1891 - California 43,1562
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       Father: Alfred Proctor ALDRICH, Jr. (Abt 1862-      ) 1164,1165
       Mother: Flora Jane HOYT (1848-1896) 1165


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Wife Thelma --?-- 1915

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General Notes: Husband - Alfred Proctor ALDRICH, Jr.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Greenwood County, Greenwood 3-Wd, 1 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 1694 Page: 103: Main Street 119 77 80 ALDRICH Alfred P. Jr. Boarder M W 28 M CA Mechanical engineer; -- Thelma Boarder F W 21 M KS OH KS.

"ALFRED ALDRICH 21 Aug 1891 Nov 1973 30301 (Atlanta, Fulton, GA) (none specified) 257-50-1315 Georgia" [SSDI

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David M. COKER and Theresa --?--




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       Father: Thomas Livingston COKER (1912-1981)
       Mother: Florence Ellen LYON


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Phillip Vincent BROWN and Theressa --?--




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       Father: Phillip Denny BROWN (1950-2008)
       Mother: Charlotte PITTS


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George Hugh POSEY and Tillie R. --?--




Husband George Hugh POSEY 1916

         Born: 19 November 1910 - Baldwin County, Georgia
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       Buried:  - Baldwin Memorial Gardens, Baldwin County, Georgia


       Father: James Henry POSEY (1877-1935) 557
       Mother: Estella H. PROSSER (1884-1946) 1916,1917


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Wife Tillie R. --?--

         Born: 15 June 1924
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       Buried:  - Baldwin Memorial Gardens, Baldwin County, Georgia


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General Notes: Husband - George Hugh POSEY

George H. POSEY, son of James Henry and Estelle POSEY, is named as "Hughie", 19, single, living with his parents in Baldwin County, Georgia on 1 April 1930. He is named as "Hugh Posey of Harpersville, Virginia" in the 1935 obituary of his father .

George is buried in Baldwin Memorial Gardens, Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia. A photgraph of his grave at Find a Grave, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=14421776, shows a double headstone:

TILLIE R. GEORGE H.
JUNE 15, 1924 NOV. 19, 1910
AUG. 15, 1987 JUL. 4, 1993
POSEY

Social Security Death Index: "GEORGE H POSEY 19 Nov 1910 Jul 1993 31061 (Milledgeville, Baldwin, GA ) (none specified) 257-36-0710 Georgia"



General Notes: Wife - Tillie R. --?--

Tillie R. married George H. POSEY. They share a headstone in Baldwin Memorial Gardins, Milledgevlle, Georgia.
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BLANCHARD and Tiny --?--




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1 F Donna Rae BLANCHARD (details suppressed for this person)

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Jeff LASSITER and Tonya --?--




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       Father: Sgt Robert Pirkle LASSITER, USAF (1935-1989)
       Mother: Ruby --?--


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Dave William DAVLIN and Traci M. --?--




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       Father: William Mack DAVLIN
       Mother: Mary Frances MONTGOMERY (1937-2009)


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