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Patty JONES




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Wife Patty JONES 1740

         Born: 13 Sep 1766 1740
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       Father: James JONES IV (      -1772) 1740
       Mother: Rebecca JOHNSON (      -      ) 1740




Children

General Notes: Wife - Patty JONES

Fraternal twin to Frederick.
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Pvt Herman Haskell SIMMONS, USA, WWII and Pearl JONES




Husband Pvt Herman Haskell SIMMONS, USA, WWII

         Born: 31 Dec 1908 - Bulloch County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 Aug 1957 - Orange County, Florida
       Buried:  - Brooklet Cemetery, Bulloch County, Georgia
     Marriage: 



Wife Pearl JONES 794

         Born: Abt 1907 - Georgia 794
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         Died: 
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       Father: Dr. Randolph Dekle JONES (1875-1940) 98
       Mother: Carrie SMITH (1876-1957) 100




Children

General Notes: Husband - Pvt Herman Haskell SIMMONS, USA, WWII

"United States Census, 1910," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MLV5-YDQ : accessed 30 November 2015), Herman Simmons in household of Hill F Simmons, Militia District 1523, Bulloch, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) ED 14, sheet 1A, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,374,187.
Hill F Simmons Head M 49 Georgia
Lela Simmons Wife F 41 Georgia
Harry Simmons Son M 21 Georgia
Percy Simmons Son M 17 Georgia
Lannie Simmons Son M 11 Georgia
Lela May Simmons Dau F 8 Georgia
Rosa Simmons Dau F 6 Georgia
Ruth Simmons Dau F 6 Georgia
Corine Simmons Dau F 4 Georgia
Herman Simmons Son M 2 Georgia

"Pearl married Herman Simmons" [Eve McCurley]

On 23 March 1944 at Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia, Herman H. Simmons, born in 1908 in Georgia, enlisted as a private for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law. He was married and had three years of high school. His serial number was 34973417. ["United States World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946,"]

Herman Haskell Simmons is buried in Brooklet Cemetery, Brooklet, Bulloch County, Georgia. A picture of his gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 62718073:

HERMAN HASKELL SIMMONS
DEC. 31, 1908
AUG. 2, 1957

The memorial presents this obituary:
Funeral services for Herman H. Simmons, 48, a native of Bulloch County, who died in Orlando, Fla., last Friday, were held at 3 p.m. last Sunday at the Brooklet Methodist Church, conducted by Rev. R. E. Brown. Burial was in the Brooklet city cemetery. Mr. Simmons is survived by his wife, Mrs. Pearl Jones Simmons, Orlando, Fla.; seven sisters, Mrs. C. C. Chaeeley, Savannah; Mrs. Fred Lanier, Sr., Statesboro; Mrs. Lester Bland and Mrs. J. N. Rushing, Sr., Brooklet; Mrs. Lee Robertson and Mrs. Walter Hatcher, Beaufort, S.C., and Mrs. Kirk Balance, Columbia, S.C.; two brothers, Harry J. Simmons, Panama City, Fla., and Lannie F. Simmons, Statesboro; several nieces and nephews. Smith-Tillman Mortuary was in charge of arrangements. [Bulloch Herald, Friday, Aug. 8, 1957]

Family links:
Parents:
Hill Freeman Simmons (1860 - 1925)
Leila Martha Williams Simmons (1868 - 1935)


General Notes: Wife - Pearl JONES

"Pearl married Herman SIMMONS" [Eve McCurley]

"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K75S-DSQ : accessed 28 November 2015), Herman H Simmons, Ward 2, Waycross, Militia District 1231, Ware, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 148-10, sheet 15A, family 329, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 720.
Herman H Simmons Head M 31 GA Salesman Life Insurance
Pearl Simmons Wife F 29 GA
On 1 Apriel 1935, this couple resided in the same place.

"Mrs. H. H. Simmons, Daytona Beach, Fla." is named as a surviving daughter in the March 4, 1957 obituary of her mother, Mrs. Carrie Smith Jones.
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Henry MITCHELL IV and Priscilla JONES




Husband Henry MITCHELL IV 679

         Born: Abt 1724 - Virginia
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         Died: Bef 20 Dec 1770 - Sussex County, Virginia 679
       Buried: 


       Father: Henry MITCHELL III (Cir 1694-1754) 678,680
       Mother: Tabitha BRANCH (Abt 1704-1752) 678,680


     Marriage: Bef 1742 - Virginia 679



Wife Priscilla JONES 679

         Born: Abt 1723 - Virginia
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         Died: 
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 Other Spouse: Samuel NORTHINGTON (      -      ) 679 - Abt 3 Dec 1774 - Sussex County, Virginia 679


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General Notes: Husband - Henry MITCHELL IV

Henry MITCHELL died intestate. The Sussex County Court appointed his wife, Priscilla as administrator of Henry's estate, returning an accounting to the court in 1773.
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Samuel NORTHINGTON and Priscilla JONES




Husband Samuel NORTHINGTON 679

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     Marriage: Abt 3 Dec 1774 - Sussex County, Virginia 679



Wife Priscilla JONES 679

         Born: Abt 1723 - Virginia
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         Died: 
       Buried: 

 Other Spouse: Henry MITCHELL IV (Abt 1724-Bef 1770) 679 - Bef 1742 - Virginia 679


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Dr. Randolph Dekle JONES and Carrie SMITH




Husband Dr. Randolph Dekle JONES 98

         Born: 5 May 1875 - Georgia 98
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 Mar 1940 - Tattnall County, Georgia
       Buried: 30 Mar 1940 - Reidsville City Cemetery, Tattnall County, Georgia
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Wife Carrie SMITH 100

          AKA: Sarah C. SMITH 102
         Born: 3 Jun 1876 - Wilkinson County, Georgia 102
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         Died: 4 Mar 1957 - Tattnall County, Georgia
       Buried: 5 Mar 1957 - Reidsville City Cemetery, Tattnall County, Georgia


       Father: Benjamin Lewis SMITH (1846-1911) 98,99
       Mother: Sarah Louisa DANIEL (1852-1907) 102,297




Children
1 F Maudie JONES 794

         Born: 10 Jan 1901 - Georgia 100,794
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 Feb 1986 100
       Buried:  - Reidsville City Cemetery, Tattnall County, Georgia 100
       Spouse: Armond Festus SOUTHWELL (1901-1985) 3691
         Marr: Abt 1924


2 F Maggie Lou JONES 794

         Born: 30 Mar 1902 - Tattnall County, Georgia 794
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 Oct 1918 - Tattnall County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Reidsville City Cemetery, Tattnall County, Georgia



3 F Carrie Belle JONES 100,794

         Born: 12 Feb 1904 - Georgia 100,794
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Nov 1957 - Tattnall County, Georgia 100
       Buried:  - Reidsville City Cemetery, Tattnall County, Georgia 100
       Spouse: William Edward STRICKLAND, Sr. (1900-1950) 100
         Marr: 11 Jun 1922 - Tattnall County, Georgia


4 M William Doy JONES 794

         Born: Abt 1906 - Georgia 794
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Erma Louise (Abt 1912-      )
         Marr: Abt 1932


5 F Pearl JONES 794

         Born: Abt 1907 - Georgia 794
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Pvt Herman Haskell SIMMONS, USA, WWII (1908-1957)


6 F Edna JONES 794

         Born: 13 May 1909 - Georgia 794
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 Sep 1995
       Buried:  - Eastside Cemetery, Bulloch County, Georgia
       Spouse: James Olliff EVERETT (1907-1993)


7 F Lois M. JONES 3691

         Born: 28 Jun 1909 - Georgia 794
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 Mar 1988 - Pinellas County, Florida
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James Furse THOMSON, Jr. (1908-1983)
         Marr: 16 Mar 1930 - Appling County, Georgia


8 F Eudelle JONES 4775

         Born: 15 Aug 1912 - Tattnall County, Georgia 3691
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 Jun 1966 - Ware County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Oakland Cemetery, Ware County, Georgia
       Spouse: Allen Bunyon SPENCE, Jr. (1908-2000)
         Marr: 8 Jun 1930 - Tattnall County, Georgia


9 M Roy JONES 3691

         Born: Abt Oct 1915 - Tattnall County, Georgia 3691
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General Notes: Husband - Dr. Randolph Dekle JONES

Dr. Randolph D. JONES married Sarah C. "Carrie" SMITH .

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Bulloch County, 1340 Militia District; Series: T623 Roll: 182 Page: 174: 32 32 JONES Randolph Head W M May 1875 25 M 0 GA GA GA Physician;
-- Carrie Wife W F Oct 1877 22 M 0 GA GA GA.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Tattnall County, 1645 Militia District; Series: T624 Roll: 212 Page: 118: 79 86 JONES Randolph B. [sic] Head M W 34 M1 10 GA GA GA Physician Medicine; -- Carrie Wife F W 33 M1 10 7 7 GA GA GA; -- Maggie L. Dau F W 8 S GA GA GA; -- Maudie Dau F W 9 S GA GA GA; -- Carrie B. Dau F W 7 S GA GA GA; -- William D. Son M W 4 S GA GA GA; -- Pearl Dau F W 3 S GA GA GA; -- Edna Dau F W 2 S GA GA GA; -- Loyce [sic, Lois] Dau F W 10/12 S GA GA GA.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Tattnall County, 1645 Militia District; Series: T625 Roll: 277 Page: 261: Fm 61 61 JOUENES [sic, JONES] Randolph D. Head M W 44 GA GA GA Farming general farm; [next page] -- Carrie S. Wife F W 43 M GA GA GA-- Maudie Dau F W 18 S GA GA GA; -- Carrabell Dau F W 16 S GA GA GA; -- Doy Son M W 14 S GA GA GA; -- Pearl Dau F W 12 S GA GA GA; -- Edna Dau F W 11 S GA GA GA; -- Lois M. Dau F W 10 S GA GA GA; -- Cadell [sic, Eudell] Dau 7 S GA GA GA; -- Roy Son M W 4+2/12 S GA GA GA; YARK, Lee S. Boarder M W 40 S KY KY KY Teacher Public school.

1930 U.S. Census, Georgia, Tattnall County, Elza; Series: T626 Roll: 386 Page: 125: 43 43 JONES Randall B. Head M W 54 M 25 GA GA GA Physician Medical; -- Carrie Wife F W 53 M 23 GA GA GA; -- Edna Dau F W 21 S GA GA GA; -- Lois Dau F W 20 GA GA GA; -- Eudell Dau F W 17 S GA GA GA; -- Roy Son M W 14 S GA GA GA.

Obituary: Reidsville - Dr. Randolph D. Jones, 63 years of age, a resident of Tattnall county for forty years, and a practicing physician, died at his country home in the Eliza community last night about 11 o'clock of heart disease. Dr. Jones moved to Tattnall county from Bulloch county. He resided in the Eliza community where he was a large landowner, his farming interests being secondary to his medical practice. Dr. Jones is survived by his widow, six daughters, Mrs, A. F. Southwell and Mrs, W. E. Strickland of Reidsville; Mrs. Olliff Everett of Statesboro; Mrs. A. B. Spence, Jr. of Glynn Isle Beach; two sons, W. D. and Roy Jones of Reidsville; four brothers, W. E. and Millard Jones of Metter; Lonnie Jones of Register, and Doyle Jones of Jackson, and one sister, Mrs. Della Jones of Statesboro. Funeral services were held Saturday morning at 11 o'clock at the home with Elder Carl Anderson of Statesboro officiating. Burial was in the cemetery at Cedar Grove Methodist church. [The Macon Telegraph, Macon, Georgia, Sunday, March 31, 1940, Page 2]

Randolph is buried in Section E 1, Reidsville City Cemetery, Reidsville, Tattnall County, Georgia. A picture of his gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 66115312:

MASONIC EMBLEM
RANDOLPH D. JONES
MAY 5, 1875
MAR. 28, 1940


General Notes: Wife - Carrie SMITH

Sarah C. "Carrie" SMITH was a daughter of Benjamin Lewis SMITH and Sarah Louisa DANIEL. She was born June 3, 1876 in Wilkinson County, Georgia.

Carrie married Randolph D. JONES. "Mrs. R. D. Jones of Reidsville [GA]" is named as a surviving sister in the January 28, 1949 obituary of Thomas Leonard SMITH.

Carrie is buried in Section E 1, Reidsville City Cemetery, Reidsville, Tattnall County, Georgia. A picture of her grave stone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 66115324:

CARRIE SMITH JONES
JUNE 3, 1876
MAR. 4. 1957

The memorial presents this obituary:
MRS. CARRIE SMITH JONES
Statesboro, Ga., March 4, 1957
Mrs. Carrie Smith Jones, 80, widow of Dr. R. D. Jones, prominent Tattnall County physician died at an early hour this morning at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. J. Olliff Everett, in Statesboro.
Mrs Jones is survived by six daughters, Mrs. W. E. Strickland, Reidsville, Mrs. H. H. Simmons, Daytona Beach, Fla., Mrs. J Olliff Everett of Statesboro, Mrs. J. F. Thomson, St. Petersburg, Fla., and Mrs. A. B. Spence, Orlando, Fla.; two sons, W. Doy Jones, Reidsville, and Roy Jones, Leesburg, Fla.; two sisters, Mrs. A. V. Harden of Orlando, Fla., and Miss Anna Smith of Brooklet; one brother, E. W. Smith, Dover, Ga.; 13 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Statesboro Primitive Baptist Church conducted by Elder T. Roe Scott and the Rev. Edward Reeves. Burial will be in the Reidsville City Cemetery.
Grandsons will serve as pallbearers. The body will remain at the home of Mrs. Everett in Statesboro until time for the services. Smith-Tillman Mortuary of Statesboro is in charge of arrangements.


General Notes: Child - Maudie JONES

Maudie JONES, daughter of Randolph B. JONES and Carrie SMITH, was born Jan. 10, 1901 and died Feb. 23, 1986. She married Armond Festus SOUTHWELL. Their son was Randall Lloyd Southwell.

Maudie is buried in Section E 1, Reidsville City Cemetery, Reidsville, Tattnall County, Georgia. A picture of her gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 66115371:

MAUDIE JONES SOUTHWELL
JANUARY 10, 1901
FEBRUARY 23, 1986


General Notes: Child - Maggie Lou JONES

Maggie Lou Jones died at age 16. She is buried beside her parents in Section E 1, Reidsville City Cemetery, Reidsville, Tattnall County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 66115334:

MAGGIE LOU JONES
MAR. 30, 1902
OCT. 30, 1918


General Notes: Child - Carrie Belle JONES

Carrie Belle JONES was born Feb. 12, 1904 and died Nov. 22, 1957, She married William Edward STRICKLAND.

"Mrs. W. E. Strickland, Reidsville [GA]" is named as a surviving daughter in the March 4, 1957 obituary of her mother, Mrs. Carrie Smith Jones.

Carrie B Strickland died 22 November 1957 in Tattnall County, Georgia at age 53. She was a resident of Tattnall County. [Certificate Number 28578. ["Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V43W-J5M : accessed 01 May 2014), Carrie B Strickland, 22 Nov 1957; citing "Georgia Deaths, 1919-1998," Ancestry.com; Tattnall, Georgia, certificate number 28578, Health Department, Office of Vital Records, Atlanta.]

Carrie is buried in Section E 1, Reidsville City Cemetery, Reidsville, Tattnall County, Georgia. Find A Grave Memorial# 66115298:

STRICKLAND
CARRIE BELLE JONES
FEB. 12, 1904
NOV. 22, 1957


General Notes: Child - William Doy JONES

"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K7P2-7ZW : accessed 27 November 2015), William Doy Jones, Reidsville, Militia District 41, Tattnall, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 132-2, sheet 7A, family 141, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 711.
William Doy Jones Head M 34 GA Wood buyer
Erma Louise Jones Wife F 28 GA
William Malcolm Jones Son M 6 GA
Richard Warren Jones Son M 2 GA
On 1 April 1935, this family resided in Rural, Pierce County, Georgia.

"W. Doy Jones, Reidsville [Ga.]" is named as a surviving son in the 4 March 1957 obituary of Mrs. Carrie Smith Jones.


General Notes: Child - Pearl JONES

"Pearl married Herman SIMMONS" [Eve McCurley]

"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K75S-DSQ : accessed 28 November 2015), Herman H Simmons, Ward 2, Waycross, Militia District 1231, Ware, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 148-10, sheet 15A, family 329, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 720.
Herman H Simmons Head M 31 GA Salesman Life Insurance
Pearl Simmons Wife F 29 GA
On 1 Apriel 1935, this couple resided in the same place.

"Mrs. H. H. Simmons, Daytona Beach, Fla." is named as a surviving daughter in the March 4, 1957 obituary of her mother, Mrs. Carrie Smith Jones.


General Notes: Child - Edna JONES

Edna JONES married J. [James] Olliff Everett.

Edna Everette [sic], Statesboro, Ga., is named as a surviving sister in the 14 March 1988 obituary of Lois Jones Thomson.

Edna Jones Everett is buried in Eastside Cemetery, Statesboro, Bulloch County, Georgia. A picture of her gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 66934953:

EDNA JONES EVERETT
MAY 13, 1909
SEP. 29, 1995


General Notes: Child - Lois M. JONES

"Lois married James Thomson." [Eve McCurley]

"Mrs. J. F. Thomson, St. Petersburg, Fla." is named as a surviving daughter in the March 4, 1957 obituary of her mother, Mrs. Carrie Smith Jones.

Lois Jones Thomson, born 28 Jun 1909, died 13 March 1988 in Pinellas County, Florida, at age 78. Certificate Number 34689. ["Florida Death Index, 1877-1998,"]

Obituary: THOMSON, LOIS J., 78, of 100 Sunset Drive S, St. Petersburg, died Sunday (March 13, 1988). Born in Reidsville, Ga., she came here in 1944 from Darien, Ga. She was a member of Fifth Avenue Baptist Church. Survivors include a son, James F., St. Petersburg; a sister, Edna Everette, Statesboro, Ga.; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Bobbitt Funeral Chapel, St. Petersburg. [St. Petersburg Times, Monday, March 14, 1988, "St. Petersburg Times", Florida, GenealogyBank.com (http://www.genealogybank.com/doc/obituaries/obit/0FF370F9878AD589 : accessed 30 November 2015)]


General Notes: Child - Eudelle JONES

Eudell JONES married Allen Bunyun SPENCE, Jr., in 1930 in Tattnall county, Georgia.

"Mrs. A. B. Spence, Orlando, Fla." is named as a surviving daughter in the March 4, 1957 obituary of her mother, Mrs. Carrie Smith Jones.

Eudelle Jones Spence is buried in Oakland Cemetery, Waycross, Ware County, Georgia. A picture of her gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 32018190:

EUDELLE JONES SPENCE
AUGUST 15, 1912
JUNE 16, 1966

Inscription:
"I have fought a good fight,
I have finished my course,
I have kept the fatih."
11 Tim 4:7


General Notes: Child - Roy JONES

In the 1920 census of Tattnall County, Georgia, Roy Jones, age 4 years, 2 months, is listed in the home of his parents, Randolph and Carrie Jones. This census was as of 1 January 1920, therefore, if an accurate age, Roy was born about October 1915.

Roy Jones of Leesburg, Florida was named as a surviving son in the 1957 obituary of Carrie Smith Jones.

Roy Jones, born 25 Oct 1915, died in Jun 1972, location not listed, at age 57. His social security number was issued in Georgia. ["United States Social Security Death Index,"]

Find A Grave Memorial# 106088090 records the burial of Roy Michael Jones, husband of Evelyn Jones, in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Leesburg, Lake County, Florida. He was born in 1915 and died in 1972. Roy's headstone is shared with Evelyn, born 1928, no death date.

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Rebecca JONES




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Wife Rebecca JONES 632

         Born: 
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         Died: Between 4 Jan 1792 and 4 Apr 1793 - Sussex County, Virginia 632
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       Father: Peter JONES (      -Between 1806/1806) 31
       Mother: Lucretia BRIGGS (Cir 1740-      ) 31




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Rebecca JONES




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Wife Rebecca JONES 1743

         Born: Cir 1747 - Virginia
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       Father: Richard JONES (Cir 1702-1774) 1742
       Mother: Ann HAMILTON (      -1774) 1742




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Rebecca JONES




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Wife Rebecca JONES 1743

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       Father: James JONES II (      -1725) 628
       Mother: Rebecca (      -      ) 629




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Rebecca JONES




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Wife Rebecca JONES

         Born: Abt 1857 - Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1858 - Texas
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Tignal W. JONES, CSA (1820-1882)
       Mother: Martha J. MARSH (1830-1897)




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General Notes: Wife - Rebecca JONES

"Rebecca, born in 1857, died in infancy;" (From the biography of Col. Tignal W. JONES)
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Rebecca Edwards JONES




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Wife Rebecca Edwards JONES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Allen JONES (      -      )
       Mother: Rebecca EDWARDS




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Colonel Bryant MARSH, Sr. and Rebecca Waller JONES




Husband Colonel Bryant MARSH, Sr. 2715

         Born: 31 May 1808 - Randolph County, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 Feb 1854 - Smith County, Texas
       Buried: 


       Father: Darius MARSH (1772-1841)
       Mother: Sarah SHAMBURGER (Abt 1773-1859)


     Marriage: 4 Jan 1830 - Clark County, Alabama 673



Wife Rebecca Waller JONES 2716

         Born: 11 Nov 1804 - North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 Apr 1872 - Smith County, Texas
       Buried: 


       Father: Henry Gray JONES (Abt 1775-1818)
       Mother: Lucy Ann WALLER (1777-1859)




Children
1 F Martha J. MARSH

         Born: 27 Oct 1830 - Sumter County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 May 1897 - Tyler, Texas
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Francis Marion BELL (1824-1854)
         Marr: Abt 1851
       Spouse: Colonel Tignal W. JONES, CSA (1820-1882)
         Marr: 18 Dec 1856 - Tyler, Texas


2 M Lt. Darius MARSH, CSA

         Born: 17 Oct 1831 - Sumter County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 30 May 1864 - Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Littlepage Cemetery, Choctaw County, Alabama



3 M Colonel Bryant MARSH, Jr., CSA 2716

         Born: 9 Feb 1833 - Sumter County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 Mar 1901 - Tyler, Texas
       Buried:  - Oakwood Cemetery
       Spouse: Araminta "Mittie" SHUART (Abt 1840-1863) 2716
         Marr: Abt 1859 - Texas
       Spouse: Lucy PORTIS (Abt 1848-      ) 4430
         Marr: Abt 1867 - Texas


4 M Capt. Edmund MARSH, Sr., CSA

         Born: 10 Nov 1834 - Sumter County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 May 1864 - Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Littlepage Cemetery, Choctaw County, Alabama



5 F Isabella MARSH

         Born: 22 Feb 1836 - Sumpter County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 1867 - Falls County, Texas
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Capt. David Y. GAINES, Sr., CSA (      -      )
         Marr: 17 May 1856 - Sumter County, Alabama 673


6 M William MARSH

         Born: 13 Sep 1837 - Sumpter County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 Aug 1840 - Sumter County, Alabama
       Buried: 



7 F Sarah E. "Sallie" MARSH

         Born: 6 Jun 1839 - Sumter County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 Feb 1880 - Tyler, Texas
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Theodrick M. LOVE (Abt 1839-Bef 1881)
         Marr: 4 Feb 1857 - Sumter County, Alabama 673


8 M Pvt. Peter MARSH, CSA 2716

         Born: 30 Dec 1841 - Sumter County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 May 1914 - Navarro, Texas
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Louisa Addie McCLURE (Abt 1845-      )
         Marr: 6 Jun 1865



General Notes: Husband - Colonel Bryant MARSH, Sr.

Bryant MARSH is the adminstrator of the estate of his father Darius MARSH who died intestate. The final settlement in Sumter County, Alabama Orphans Court on 19 January 1848 included the the award "Bryant MARSH this accountant will retain $543.37 his share of this settlement.", a one fifth share of the estate.
The 1850 census of Sumter County, Alabama lists "#899 Bryant Marsh 48 M Planter 7000 NC" with wife "Rebecca 47 F NC", children are "Martha 20 F Ala", "Darius 18 M Student Ala", "Bryant 17 M Ala", Edmund 15 M Ala", "Isabella 13 F Ala", "Sarah 10 F Ala", and "Peter 9 M Ala"
Bryant MARSH owned 72 slaves according to the 1850 Slave Schedule for Gaston and Gainesville, Sumter County, Alabama.
COL. BRYAN MARSH, SR., AND FAMILY "Some Biographies of Old Settlers." Historical, Personal and Reminiscent. Volume I By Sid S. Johnson, 1900: Sid S. Johnson, Publisher, Tyler, Texas Chapter XXXIII. - Pages 163-165 Bryan Marsh, Sr., was a native of North Carolina and moved to Alabama at an early day. He was a large planter, a man of intelligence and a thorough-going, good citizen. He was the father of seven children-- Martha, Darius, Bryan, Jr., Edmund, Isabella, Sallie and Peter. Martha married Frank Bell, and [sic] who was in the early fifties a prominent business man of Tyler. He died in Tyler in 1854. By this marriage they had two children, Bryan and Frank M. Bell, who are now prominent men in business circles of this city. Her second marriage was with Col. Tignal W. Jones, a prominent lawyer and citizen. They had one child, Mary, who married Samuel H. Cox, a successful business man of Tyler. Mr. Cox is now the president of the Citizens' National Bank of this city. They have five children. Darius Marsh was a citizen of Austin, Texas, and a young lawyer of great promise. At the commencement of the civil war he enlisted in the army; made a Lieutenant, and saw much active service with the Western Confederate Army. He was killed in front of Atlanta, GA., acting the gallant part of a Southern soldier. Bryan Marsh, Jr., married Miss Mittie Shuart, a pretty and accomplished young woman, the daughter of Col. Henry Shuart, a prominent farmer and citizen of Smith county. By this marriage they had one child -- Henry B. Marsh, now one of the leading lawyers of Tyler; prominent man in professional and business life, and the senior member of the law firm of Marsh, McIlwaine & Fitzgerald. Henry Marsh married Miss Sarah Portis, an accomplished young lady of Alabama. They have three children. Col. Bryan Marsh's second marriage was with Miss Lucy Portis, a bright-minded, attractive woman, and the daughter of Col. E. M. Portis, who was a large planter and leading man of the State of Alabama. They had two children --Mittie and Mary. Miss Mittie is single and lives with the family in this city. She possesses the charms that make her very, very popular with all her acquaintances. Miss Mary married I. H. Crutcher & Son, of this city. They have one child. Isabella married Capt. David Y. Gaines, both died since the civil war. They raised three children and each is doing well in life. David Y. Gaines, Jr., is a young lawyer of this city and one of the present Justices of the Peace of the Tyler precinct. Sallie married T. M. Love. They both died in this county some years ago. They had six children--Fannie, Edward, Tignal, Rebecca, Marsh and Bell. Fannie married Allen Clemons--they have five children. Edward resides in Tyler. He is a popular and intelligent young man. He is single. Tignal is dead. Rebecca married Hugo Roberts, of Tyler. They have two children. Marsh is single and is a resident of Alabama. Miss Belle is single and is one of Tyler's most attractive and intelligent young ladies. Peter married Miss Addie McClure, the daughter of Col. McClure, a prominent farmer of Smith county. They have several children, and resides [sic] at Rhea, in Navarro county. He is a leading farmer. Col. Bryan Marsh, Sr., removed to Smith county, in 1854, and settled in or near Mt. Carmel and opened up a large plantation. He only lived a short time after he became a citizen of Smith county. He was a great loss to the community in which he lived.


Notes: Marriage

Early records of CLARKE COUNTY, ALABAMA show the following: Marriage records: 1/4/1830 Bryan MARSH to Rebecca JONES.


General Notes: Child - Martha J. MARSH

"Mrs. JONES (Martha J. MARSH) was born October 27, 1830, in Sumter county, Alabama. She is the daughter of Colonel Bryant MARSH, a native of North Carolina, a large planter and slaveholder. Her mother's name was Rebecca Jones, half-sister of James C. Jones, the famous orator and distinguished governor of Tennessee. She was born in Franklin county, North Carolina, and died in Smith county, Texas, in 1870, a devout member of the Methodist church. Mrs. Jones was educated at Gaston, Sumter county, Alabama. Of her four brothers, Bryan MARSH was a colonel in the Confederate army and lost an arm in battle; Darius MARSH was a lieutenant in a Texas regiment, and was killed in one of the battles around Atlanta; Edmond MARSH was a captain in the Confederate service, and was killed in a battle near Atlanta, and Peter MARSH was in the Confederate Army, but was disable by sickness. All of them were gallant soldiers. Of her two sisters, Sarah E. is the widow of T. M. Love, and Mrs. Elizabeth Gaines is dead." (From the biography of Col. Tignal W. JONES)
Martha first married F. M BELL about 1851. Martha was left a widow with two young boys when F. M. BELL died in 1854. She married Col. Tignal W. JONES on 18 Dec 1856 in Tyler, Texas.
The U.S Census, Tyler Town, Smith County, Texas, 8 Sep 1860, page 202, family 1453 shows: "T. W. JONES, 38 M Lawyer 10,000 19,000 N Carolina", wife "Martha 30 F Alabama", child "MARY 2 F Texas", and Martha's two boys by deceased husband F. M. BELL, "Bryan BELL 8 M Texas" and "Frances BELL 6 M Texas". 761


General Notes: Child - Lt. Darius MARSH, CSA

"Darius Marsh was a lieutenant in a Texas regiment, and was killed in one of the battles around Atlanta," (From the biography of Col. Tignal W. JONES)
MARSH, CHUNK, a slave, went to war with Capt. Edmund MARSH from Pushmataha, and had the unhappy duty of bringing home the bodies of Capt. MARSH and his brother Darius, both killed in Georgia in May 1864. (SOME AFRICAN AMERICANS IN CHOCTAW COUNTY, ALABAMA. Compiled by Ann Harwell Gay 2001)


General Notes: Child - Colonel Bryant MARSH, Jr., CSA

The following biography is from the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame: Bryan Marsh 1833-1901
"Bryan Marsh was born in Alabama in 1833. After moving to Texas he settled in Smith County near Tyler. During the Civil War, Marsh served with distinction as a captain of Company C, 17th Texas Calvary. He was promoted to colonel before the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee. He was wounded at the battle of new Hope Church, Georgia in 1864. As a result of his wounds he lost his right arm below the shoulder and the left hand was badly mutilated.
Marsh was made captain of Company B, Frontier Battalion in December of 1880. In February 1881 he and his company were called to help with a riot situation in San Angelo. A black soldier from Fort Concho had been shot and killed, raising tensions between the soldiers and the townspeople. Rumors that the man responsible for the killing was free and in San Angelo sent fifty soldiers, black and white, from the Fort into town where they shot up the Nimitz Hotel. Arriving at Fort Concho, Marsh held a meeting with Colonel Grierson and asked for his assistance in helping to keep the peace. The Rangers stayed in San Angelo for several more days. No further attacks on the town were made.
Due to budget restrictions, Marsh's Company B, Frontier Battalion was disbanded in August 1881. Marsh returned to Smith County where he served as sheriff for many years. He died March 25, 1901 in Tyler.
Ranger Jeff Milton described his Captain this way:
". . .he would drink right smart and scrap right smart. He was an old Confederate war colonel with one arm shot off at the shoulder, and the other hand almost gone. But he would fight his shadow; wa'n't afraid of anything."
Suggestions for further reading:
Frederick Wilkins, The law comes to Texas, Austin: State House Press, 1999
J. Evetts Haley, Jeff Milton, a good man with a gun, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1948
J. Evetts Haley, Fort Concho and the Texas frontier, San Angelo, TX: San Angelo Standard-Times, 1952 (All rights reserved. 2003, Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum. Permission to use this biography requested on 2/27/2004. RLD)
Vertical files, Texas Ranger Research Center, Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum, Waco, Texas.

Bryant's household is named in the U.S. Census of 1860 for Tyler, Texas: "1288 Bryant MARSH 26 M Farmer 3000 20,000 Alabama", his wife "Araminta 19 F Alabama", son "Henry 1/12 M Texas", his mother "Rebecca 56 F N Carolina", brother "Peter 18 M Farm Laborer 2000 Alabama", and a young girl, "Mary ROBERTS 11 F Alabama".

TEXAS REPUBLICAN [MARSHALL], July 7, 1866, p. 2, c. 6, Smith County-There remains two hundred votes to count at Tyler, and Jamestown and Starville [sic] to hear from:...The following county officers are thought to be elected: B. T. Selman, Senator; Legislature, R. K. Gaston, and Jonathan Lewter; Chief Justice, Sam'l D. Gibbs; County Clerk, E. A. Godley; District Clerk, Geo. Miller Johnson; Sheriff, Bryant MARSH.
Bryant MARSH was one of twelve signatories to a letter published in the DALLAS HERALD for Tyler, July 12th, 1866. "To the citizens of Northern, North-Eastern and Southern Texas, interested in Railroad enterprises in Eastern Texas:" encouraging the people "to take steps by public meetings, and send delegates with proper vouchers to meet at Tyler" to obtain railroad service to the area.

On August 22, 1867, p. 2, c. 3, From the Tyler Reporter. "Our town was thrown into excitement on last Saturday evening by a serious difficulty occurring between Mr. H. Murray of this county, and Corporal Crawly, of Company F, 26th regiment U.S.A., in which the latter was, it is feared, mortally wounded being cut with a pocket knife in several places about the neck and face. We understand both parties were intoxicated, and engaged willingly in the fight. Mr. Murray surrendered to Col. MARSH, our sheriff"
FLAKE'S BULLETIN, November 14, 1867, p. 8, c. 2-3, Smith County: "J. A. Robinson to be sheriff, vice Breans [sic] Marsh removed."

The U.S. Census of 1880 for Tyler, Smith County, Texas: "Bryan MARSH Self M M W 47 AL Occ: Mail Contractor Fa: NC Mo: NC"", "Lucy MARSH Wife F M W 32 MS Occ: Keeping House Fa: AL Mo: AL", "H. B. MARSH Son M S W 20 TX Occ: Attending School Fa: AL Mo: AL", "Mittie MARSH Dau F S W 12 TX Occ: Attending School Fa; AL Mo: AL", "Mary MARSH Dau F S W 3 TX Fa: AL Mo: AL", "Mary PURDAM Other F S W 23 LA Occ: Domestic servant Fa: LA Mo:LA", and "D. Y. GAINS Nephew M S W 17 TX Occ: Attending School Fa: AL Mo: AL".

COL. BRYAN MARSH AND FAMILY "Some Biographies of Old Settlers." Historical, Personal and Reminiscent. Volume I By Sid S. Johnson, 1900: Sid S. Johnson, Publisher, Tyler, Texas Chapter XXXII. - Pages 158-162 Col. Bryan Marsh is a native Alabamian and removed to Smith county in 1854. He was at College when his father, Bryan Marsh, Sr., died in Smith county, and immediately after his father's death he quit school, and returned to Texas and took charge of the plantation and business of his father. He managed the farm and business affairs of the farm with success, mastering the details of farm life. Before the civil war, he made farming and general merchandizing a success, and was counted among Tyler's best business men. When the civil war was announced, he enlisted as a private in Company C, 17th Texas. He was elected Captain and promoted to the position of Col. in Grandbury's Texas brigade in the army of Tennessee. He spent several months in prison before his exchange, as he was captured with his command at Fort Donalson. He participated in all the campaigns of his brigade up to the time of the loss of his right arm in front of Atlanta. As soon as he was able to do duty he returned to his command and remained with it until the surrender. He had reached the position of Colonel from that of a private by gallant and meritorious conduct, and was slated for a Brigadier Generalship that met the endorsement of his superior officers in rank, and the only reason that kept him from receiving the commission was the early termination of the war. At the surrender Col. Marsh returned home, merchandized a few years in Tyler, moved to Shreveport, Louisiana, and was a member of the firm of Jessup, Marsh & McKellar, doing an immense wholesale grocery trade. Retiring from the firm he removed to Tyler and was soon elected sheriff of Smith county, serving in that capacity for eighteen years, making one of the most popular officers Smith county ever had. A few years ago he was stricken with paralysis and from that cause has lost his speech. His health is improving at this writing, and it is the hope of his friends that he will recover his usual health. He resides on his beautiful homestead on South Broadway, in Tyler, surrounded by the comforts and conveniences of life. He has the attention of his devoted wife, son and daughters, making the surroundings as pleasant as can be made for an invalid. He is cheerful and is always glad when his friends call to see him. He is the same Bryan Marsh, in his ways and manners now, as he was in the prime of his manhood. His very intelligent family is one of the comforts that he enjoys, and being a big-hearted man, he enjoys the many comforts offered him. As a citizen, soldier, business man, he has always borne an excellent name, and has had the confidence of more than is usually allotted to but few men. The writer has enjoyed his confidence and friendship for nearly one- half of a century and can speak by the card, I have sounded him as a citizen and soldier and I believe I never knew a better man, and one more true to what he promises than Col. Bryan Marsh. True to his friends, true to his country and true to his Southern manhood. 4430


General Notes: Child - Capt. Edmund MARSH, Sr., CSA

"Edmond Marsh was a captain in the Confederate service, and was killed in a battle near Atlanta," (From the biography of Col. Tignal W. JONES)
Captain Edmund MARSH of Company E, 40th Alabama Infantry "The Woodward Rifles"was killed in action near Resaca, GA. (CSA COMPANIES RAISED IN CHOCTAW COUNTY, ALABAMA, Compiled by Ann Harwell Gay)
MARSH, CHUNK went to war with Capt. Edmund MARSH from Pushmataha, and had the unhappy duty of bringing home the bodies of Capt. MARSH and his brother Darius, both killed in Georgia in May 1864. (SOME AFRICAN AMERICANS IN CHOCTAW COUNTY, ALABAMA. Compiled by Ann Harwell Gay 2001)



General Notes: Child - Isabella MARSH

"Of her two sisters, Sarah E. is the widow of T. M. Love, and Mrs. Elizabeth (Isabella) Gaines is dead." (From the biography of Col. Tignal W. JONES)


General Notes: Child - Pvt. Peter MARSH, CSA

"Peter Marsh was in the Confederate Army, but was disable by sickness." (From the biography of Col. Tignal W. JONES)


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Richard JONES




Husband Richard JONES 2476

         Born: Cir 1739 - Virginia
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       Father: Richard JONES (Cir 1702-1774) 1742
       Mother: Ann HAMILTON (      -1774) 1742





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Richard Warren JONES




Husband Richard Warren JONES (details suppressed for this person)

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Robert JONES




Husband Robert JONES 632

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       Father: Peter JONES (      -Between 1806/1806) 31
       Mother: Lucretia BRIGGS (Cir 1740-      ) 31





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Robert JONES




Husband Robert JONES 1742

         Born: Cir 1731 - Virginia
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       Father: Richard JONES (Cir 1702-1774) 1742
       Mother: Ann HAMILTON (      -1774) 1742





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Dr. Robert T. JONES, CSA




Husband Dr. Robert T. JONES, CSA

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       Father: Willis H. JONES (1799-1861)
       Mother: Mary H. TAYLOR (Abt 1800-      )





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General Notes: Husband - Dr. Robert T. JONES, CSA

"Two brothers (of Tignal JONES), Simon P. and Dr. Robert T., died in the Confederate service. The latter was in the battle of Elkhorn, was appointed assistant surgeon at Little Rock, and died while attending soldiers in the hospital." (H. M. Bell File, Smith County Historical Society Archives, Carnegie History Center, Tyler, TX The Encyclopedia of the New West Biographical Sketches of Their Representative Men and Women (Published 1881): "COLONEL TIGNAL W. JONES, TYLER)

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Roy JONES




Husband Roy JONES 3691

         Born: Abt Oct 1915 - Tattnall County, Georgia 3691
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       Father: Dr. Randolph Dekle JONES (1875-1940) 98
       Mother: Carrie SMITH (1876-1957) 100





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General Notes: Husband - Roy JONES

In the 1920 census of Tattnall County, Georgia, Roy Jones, age 4 years, 2 months, is listed in the home of his parents, Randolph and Carrie Jones. This census was as of 1 January 1920, therefore, if an accurate age, Roy was born about October 1915.

Roy Jones of Leesburg, Florida was named as a surviving son in the 1957 obituary of Carrie Smith Jones.

Roy Jones, born 25 Oct 1915, died in Jun 1972, location not listed, at age 57. His social security number was issued in Georgia. ["United States Social Security Death Index,"]

Find A Grave Memorial# 106088090 records the burial of Roy Michael Jones, husband of Evelyn Jones, in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Leesburg, Lake County, Florida. He was born in 1915 and died in 1972. Roy's headstone is shared with Evelyn, born 1928, no death date.

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William PARKER and Sarah JONES




Husband William PARKER 633

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       Father: Richard PARKER II (Between 1668/1678-      )
       Mother: Mary (      -After 1751)


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Wife Sarah JONES 633

         Born: Cir 1722
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       Father: Robert JONES (1694-1775) 627
       Mother: Elizabeth (      -      ) 627




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1 F Elizabeth PARKER

         Born: 6 May 1741 - Sussex County, Virginia 633
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         Died: 14 Nov 1748 - Sussex County, Virginia
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2 F Sarah PARKER 633

         Born: Abt 1743 - Sussex County, Virginia
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       Spouse: Thomas PARKER (      -      ) 633
         Marr: Abt 9 Feb 1760 - Sussex County, Virginia 633


3 M William PARKER 633

         Born: 25 Dec 1745 - Sussex County, Virginia 633
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       Spouse: Susanna HUNT (1753-      ) 633
         Marr: Abt 27 Dec 1771 - Sussex County, Virginia 633


4 F Mary PARKER 633

         Born: Abt 1747 - Sussex County, Virginia
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       Spouse: HINTON (living)


5 F Lucy PARKER 633

         Born: Abt 1750 - Sussex County, Virginia
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       Spouse: James PETERS (      -      ) 633
         Marr: Abt 29 Mar 1768 - Sussex County, Virginia 633


6 F Martha PARKER 633

         Born: 14 Jun 1751 - Sussex County, Virginia 633
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       Spouse: Thomas SISSON (      -      ) 633
         Marr: Abt 17 Feb 1769 - Sussex County, Virginia 633


7 F Susanna PARKER 633

         Born: 28 Apr 1754 - Sussex County, Virginia 633
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8 F Judith PARKER 633

         Born: 29 Mar 1757 - Sussex County, Virginia 633
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General Notes: Husband - William PARKER

William PARKER is named in the 3 April 1744 Will of his father Richard PARKER of Surry County, Virginia. William and his mother Mary were the executors.

William PARKER married Sarah JONES, daughter of Robert and Elizabeth JONES.

"Richard PARKER II made his will 3 April 1744, probated 19 February 1750/1; legatees were: daughters Ann PHILLIPS, Faith HUNT, Judith CLEMENTS, Hannah SESSIONS; son-in-law Benjamin CLEMENTS, husband of Judith; grandson Frederick PARKER, son of Richard PARKER III; son, William PARKER, Wits: Elizabeth JONES, Jr., Robert JONES, Jr., Elizabeth JONES.35 [35 "BK 9-680; Davis 126" - Boddie, John Bennett, Historical Southern Families, Vol. V, p. 46.]

"19 Feb 1750 ... Richard GRIFFITH of Nottoway Parish in Southampton County to Benjamin WYCHE of Albemarle Parish in Surry County for 15 pounds current money ... 100 acres in Albemarle Parish bounded by Austins Branch on the north side of the Nottoway River and William PARKER (formerly Richard PARKER). Wit: John EDMUNDS, James CHAPPELL, Jr. and John CARTER. Richard GRIFFITH Rec.: 19 Feb 1750"60 [60 "Surry County Deed Book #6, 1749-1753, p. 144" - Hopkins, William Lindsay, Surry County, Virginia, Deeds and Estate Accounts, 1734-1755, p. 126]

"William PARKER[*], son of Richard, died in Sussex County, 7 March 1768, reported by Mrs. Hannah JONES[*].36 There is no doubt about his relationship with the Jones family, but whether it was through his wife or his mother is not known."37 [ 36 "Alb. Par. \endash 106" \emdash Boddie, John Bennett, Historical Southern Families, Vol. V, p. 46. 37 Boddie, John Bennett, Historical Southern Families, Vol. V, pp. 45-46] [*Sarah Jones PARKER was a first cousin of Capt. James JONES who married Hannah BRIGGS, daughter of Samuel BRIGGS and Mary BAILEY. RLD]


General Notes: Child - William PARKER

lived near Knoxville, Tennesssee on the Clinch River.


General Notes: Child - Martha PARKER

Called "Patty."
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Simon P. JONES, CSA




Husband Simon P. JONES, CSA

         Born: Abt 1824
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       Father: Willis H. JONES (1799-1861)
       Mother: Mary H. TAYLOR (Abt 1800-      )





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General Notes: Husband - Simon P. JONES, CSA

"Two brothers (of Tignal JONES), Simon P. and Dr. Robert T., died in the Confederate service." (H. M. Bell File, Smith County Historical Society Archives, Carnegie History Center, Tyler, TX The Encyclopedia of the New West Biographical Sketches of Their Representative Men and Women (Published 1881): "COLONEL TIGNAL W. JONES, TYLER)


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John Conrad ROBISON and Sue Bessie JONES




Husband John Conrad ROBISON 3731

          AKA: Conrad A. ROBISON
         Born: 17 Apr 1910 - Mississippi 241
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       Father: John Lark ROBISON (1865-1948) 3053
       Mother: Lula Lee DANIEL (1875-1954) 1203


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Wife Sue Bessie JONES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Daniel Elza JONES (1877-      )
       Mother: Annie Belle GILMORE (1876-      )




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2 F Susan Daniel ROBISON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - John Conrad ROBISON

John Conrad Robison, also known as Conrad Robison, resided in Tucker, Georgia, 1995-1998. He was born 17 April 1910. Possible Relatives: Gil Robison, Gilmore C Robinson, Sue Bess Robison, Susan B Robison. Record Number 210604840. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KBBQ-MG3 : accessed 15 April 2015), John Conrad Robison, Residence, Tucker, Georgia, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]

"JOHN C ROBISON 17 Apr 1910 22 Feb 1999 (V) 30345 (Atlanta, Dekalb, GA ) (none specified) 425-01-2228 Mississippi" [SSDI]


General Notes: Child - Gilmore ROBISON

Called "Gil."
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Thomas JONES




Husband Thomas JONES 2988

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       Mother: Sarah EDMUNDS (      -1750) 1740





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Thomas E. JONES




Husband Thomas E. JONES 3461

         Born: Abt 1859 - Georgia 3461
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       Father: Dr. Thomas J. JONES (1829-1898) 3461,3462
       Mother: Elizabeth Antoinette BUTTS (1830-1910) 166,3461





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Tignal JONES




Husband Tignal JONES

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1 M Willis H. JONES

         Born: 1799 - Wake County, North Carolina
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       Spouse: Mary H. TAYLOR (Abt 1800-      )
         Marr: Bef 1820



General Notes: Husband - Tignal JONES

"His grandfather, Tignal Jones, was a farmer in Wake County, North Carolina, of considerable property and a large slave-holder. His great-grandfather, also named Tignal Jones, was one of the framers of the constitution of the Old North State, was in some way connected with the Mecklenberg declaration of Independence, and was a soldier in the Revolution." (H. M. Bell File, Smith County Historical Society Archives, Carnegie History Center, Tyler, TX The Encyclopedia of the New West Biographical Sketches of Their Representative Men and Women (Published 1881): "COLONEL TIGNAL W. JONES, TYLER)


General Notes: Child - Willis H. JONES

"Willis H. Jones, was a native of Wake County, North Carolina; at the age of fourteen a soldier in the war of 1812; by occupation a farmer...moved from North Carolina to Shelby county, Alabama, in 1824, removed to the "Creek Purchase" in 1834, and 1852 settled in Rusk County, Texas, where he died February 16, 1861, at the age of sixty-two..." (H. M. Bell File, Smith County Historical Society Archives, Carnegie History Center, Tyler, TX The Encyclopedia of the New West Biographical Sketches of Their Representative Men and Women (Published 1881): "COLONEL TIGNAL W. JONES, TYLER)
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Colonel Tignal W. JONES, CSA and Martha J. MARSH




Husband Colonel Tignal W. JONES, CSA

         Born: 25 Nov 1820 - Lewisberg, Franklin County, North Carolina
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         Died: 18 Jun 1882 - Smith County, Texas
       Buried:  - Oakwood Cemetery


       Father: Willis H. JONES (1799-1861)
       Mother: Mary H. TAYLOR (Abt 1800-      )


     Marriage: 18 Dec 1856 - Tyler, Texas

 Other Spouse: Mary E. BARCLAY (      -Abt 1855) - 1854 - Talladega, Alabama



Wife Martha J. MARSH

         Born: 27 Oct 1830 - Sumter County, Alabama
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         Died: 16 May 1897 - Tyler, Texas
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       Father: Colonel Bryant MARSH, Sr. (1808-1854) 2715
       Mother: Rebecca Waller JONES (1804-1872) 2716



 Other Spouse: Francis Marion BELL (1824-1854) - Abt 1851


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1 F Rebecca JONES

         Born: Abt 1857 - Texas
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         Died: Abt 1858 - Texas
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2 F Mary H. JONES 761

         Born: Oct 1858 - Tyler, Texas 762
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       Spouse: Samuel H. COX, Sr. (1849-      ) 762
         Marr: Apr 1880 - Tyler, Texas



General Notes: Husband - Colonel Tignal W. JONES, CSA

Copied from the H. M. Bell File, Smith County Historical Society Archives, Carnegie History Center, Tyler, TX The Encyclopedia of the New West Biographical Sketches of Their Representative Men and Women (Published 1881):
"COLONEL TIGNAL W. JONES, TYLER
Tignal W. Jones was born near Lewisburg, Franklin County, North Carolina, November 25, 1820. He is of Welsh and English extraction, and the family settled at an early day in the history of America, in Mecklenburg County, Virginia. A branch of this family went to Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, and Tignal is descended from this branch. His father, Willis H. Jones, was a native of Wake County, North Carolina; at the age of fourteen a soldier in the war of 1812; by occupation a farmer. His family on both sides have always been ready to show their patriotism, and have participated in all the principal wars we have ever had in this country, from the Revolution to the present time. His grandfather, Tignal Jones, was a farmer in Wake County, North Carolina, of considerable property and a large slave-holder. His great-grandfather, also named Tignal Jones, was one of the framers of the constitution of the Old North State, was in some way connected with the Mecklenberg declaration of Independence, and was a soldier in the Revolution. The mother of Tignal W. Jones, Mary H. Taylor, was a native of Virginia, connected with the Holmes, Fox and Gholson families of that state. She was the daughter of Richard Taylor, a planter and a soldier of the Revolution and the war of 1812. Her family were very wealthy. Some of her brothers were killed in the war of 1812. The only living brother of Tignal W. Jones is James H. Jones, a distinguished lawyer of Henderson, Texas, who was a colonel of the 11th Texas infantry in the civil war, and was shot through the body at Pleasant Hill, Louisiana, and who was a delegate to the national democratic convention at Cincinnati in 1880. Two brothers, Simon P. and Dr. Robert T., died in the Confederate service. The latter was in the battle of Elkhorn, was appointed assistant surgeon at Little Rock, and died while attending soldiers in the hospital. Of six sisters, Margaret is the widow of Dr. W. S. Poe; Anna is the wife of John F. Sterne, a planter in Walker county, Texas; Eliza is the wife of Thomas Trammell, a planter in Rusk county; Laura married Thomson Camp, a merchant of Rusk county; Virginia N. is the widow of Richard Hightower, late of Walker county; Josephine married James B. Harper, merchant of Rusk County. The father of T. W. Jones moved from North Carolina to Shelby county, Alabama, in 1824, removed to the "Creek Purchase" in 1834, and 1852 settled in Rusk County, Texas, where he died February 16, 1861, at the age of sixty-two. Both parents were exemplary members of the Methodist church. In their family government they treated their children as companions, and yet taught them to reverence, respect and obey their parents, a course which Mr. Jones subsequently pursued in his own family. He attributes whatever he has achieved in life to the precepts and example of his parents. After attending the various common schools wherever his father lived, Tignal entered the Nashville University, under the celebrated Dr. Philip Lindsley, in 1841. In 1843-4 he studied law under Judge William P. Chilton and Hon. F. W. Bowden with John T. Morgan, afterwards general and now United States senator from Alabama, and A. W. Bowie of that state. He was admitted to the bar by the supreme court of Alabama in 1844, and practiced law with Hon. F. W. Bowden till the commencement of the Mexican war. In 1846 he volunteered in the army for twelve months and served for that length of time as first- lieutenant of Company E. of the Alabama troops, commanded by Colonel John R. Coffee. With his company he participated in the siege of Vera Cruz, but did most service in hard marching and garrisoning the towns of Camargo and Tampico. From Jalapa Lieutenant Jones returned home and resumed the practice of law with F. W. Bowden, at Talledega, Alabama, in 1847. In 1849 he formed a partnership with Bowie and Curry, (J. L. M. Curry, now the distinguished Baptist preacher of Richmond, Virginia,) which lasted until 1856. In the latter year Mr. Jones moved to Tyler, Texas, where he has ever since resided. In 1872, he formed a partnership with John L. Henry. In 1879 Mr. Henry chaned his residence to Dallas, since which Mr. Jones has been practicing alone. In 1861 he was a member of the Texas convention that passed the ordinance of secession, and framed the constitution to conform to the Confederate government. In that convention he was a member of the constitutional committee. He was never a candidate for office, a characteristic of the family being that they all studiously avoid standing for political office, not even accepting the position of delegate to the state conventions. He voted for secession in the convention, voted for it in the general election, and to maintain it severed two years during the war, first as a private soldier and afterwards as colonel of a regiment of cavalry on the Texas coast. Colonel Jones had amassed some property by his legal practice, and now owns a residence, the inheritance of his wife, and some wild land in Harrison and Anderson counties. By the war he lost ten or twelve negroes. He also lost several tracts of valuable land by selling them for Confederate paper. All his family and his wife's family are Democrats, and he has voted that ticket all his life. He became a Master Mason and a Baptist in Alabama in 1848. Mr. Jones is also Baptist. He entertains that Christ came a second time at the taking of Jerusalem by the Romasn; that He will not come again; that the end of the world spoken of in the Bible began at the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans; that the resurection from the dead takes place when the body dies; that the general judgment day began at the destruction of Jerusalem and ended with the downfall of the Roman empire. Colonel Jones has been twice married; first in 1854 at Talladega, Alabama, to Miss Mary E. Barclay, who died in six months after the marriage. She was the daughter of Hugh Barclay, a merchant in Talladega. His second marriage was at Tyler, Texas, December 18, 1856, to Mrs. Martha Bell, widow of F. M. Bell, a merchant, large landowner and pioneer settler of Tyler, where he died in 1854, and enterprising and public spirited man, distinguished for his probity. She had two sons when she married Colonel Jones, Bryan M. and Frank M. Bell, both engaged as partners in the grocery business. Frank married Miss Sallie Swann, daughter of Thomas R. Swann, a cotton merchant of Tyler. These brothers inherited from their father about twelve thousand acres of land and other property. Mrs. Jones was born October 27, 1830, in Sumter county, Alabama. She is the daughter of Colonel Bryant Marsh, a native of North Carolina, a large planter and slaveholder. Her mother's name was Rebecca Jones, half-sister of James C. Jones, the famous orator and distinguished governor of Tennessee. She was born in Franklin county, North Carolina, and died in Smith county, Texas, in 1870, a devout member of the Methodist church. Mrs. Jones was educated at Gaston, Sumter county, Alabama. Of her four brothers, Bryan Marsh was a colonel in the Confederate army and lost an arm in battle; Darius Marsh was a lieutenant in a Texas regiment, and was killed in one of the battles around Atlanta; Edmond Marsh was a captain in the Confederate service, and was killed in a batatle near Atlanta, and Peter Marsh was in the Confederate Army, but was disable by sickness. All of them were gallant soldiers. Of her two sisters, Sarah E. is the widow of T. M. Love, and Mrs. Elizabeth Gaines is dead. Colonel and Mrs. Jones have two children, only one of whom is living; Rebecca, born in 1857, died in infancy; Mary H., born in Tyler, educated at home and in Hollins Institute, Virginia, married in April, 1880, Mr. S. H. Cox, a merchant of Tyler, and formerly a civil engineer and inspector of Texas railroads. Colonel Jones received no patrimony of any kind on entering upon the active duties of life. By constant and laborious effort in the law, he accieved success and made a good name in society. He has used as his motto "do right at all times and under all circumstances." He has observed the rule to owe no man anything, considering a condition of hopeless indebtedness as that of a miserable slave. He owes not one dollar; has given liberally to all enterprises intended to promote the welfare of the community, and is respected and honored wherever he is known. He has a good reputation as a lawyer, and a fair practice; is noted for his candor in giving his legal opinions, whether to courts or client; never excites nor encourages litigation. He is beloved by his family, esteemed by his associates, and respected by his acquaintances. He devotes himself to his private business, takes no active part in politics or other agitations, and lives a quiet comfortable life, having a fair competency."
Col. Jones' family in the 1870 U.S. Census is listed as "22 23 JONES, Tignal 48 M W Lawyer 2500 1000 NC"; wife "Martha 38 F W Keeping House Ala"; daughter "Mary 11 F W At School Tex"; stepsons "BELL, Bryant 18 M W Student 2600 Tex" and "Bell, Francis 16 M W Student Tex"; and "Jones, Thomas 11(?) M b Domestic Servt Tex". 761


General Notes: Wife - Martha J. MARSH

"Mrs. JONES (Martha J. MARSH) was born October 27, 1830, in Sumter county, Alabama. She is the daughter of Colonel Bryant MARSH, a native of North Carolina, a large planter and slaveholder. Her mother's name was Rebecca Jones, half-sister of James C. Jones, the famous orator and distinguished governor of Tennessee. She was born in Franklin county, North Carolina, and died in Smith county, Texas, in 1870, a devout member of the Methodist church. Mrs. Jones was educated at Gaston, Sumter county, Alabama. Of her four brothers, Bryan MARSH was a colonel in the Confederate army and lost an arm in battle; Darius MARSH was a lieutenant in a Texas regiment, and was killed in one of the battles around Atlanta; Edmond MARSH was a captain in the Confederate service, and was killed in a battle near Atlanta, and Peter MARSH was in the Confederate Army, but was disable by sickness. All of them were gallant soldiers. Of her two sisters, Sarah E. is the widow of T. M. Love, and Mrs. Elizabeth Gaines is dead." (From the biography of Col. Tignal W. JONES)
Martha first married F. M BELL about 1851. Martha was left a widow with two young boys when F. M. BELL died in 1854. She married Col. Tignal W. JONES on 18 Dec 1856 in Tyler, Texas.
The U.S Census, Tyler Town, Smith County, Texas, 8 Sep 1860, page 202, family 1453 shows: "T. W. JONES, 38 M Lawyer 10,000 19,000 N Carolina", wife "Martha 30 F Alabama", child "MARY 2 F Texas", and Martha's two boys by deceased husband F. M. BELL, "Bryan BELL 8 M Texas" and "Frances BELL 6 M Texas". 761


General Notes: Child - Rebecca JONES

"Rebecca, born in 1857, died in infancy;" (From the biography of Col. Tignal W. JONES)


General Notes: Child - Mary H. JONES

"Mary H., born in Tyler, educated at home and in Hollins Institute, Virginia, married in April, 1880, Mr. S. H. Cox, a merchant of Tyler, and formerly a civil engineer and inspector of Texas railroads." (From the biography of Col. Tignal W. JONES)
The 1900 census shos that Mary had been married for 20 years, had 7 children, 5 of whom are still living. The 5 are listed in the household with her and her husband Sam COX.

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Unknown JONES and Ann O'DANIEL




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Wife Ann O'DANIEL 884

         Born: Abt 1726 - Stafford County, Virginia
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       Father: William O'DANIEL I (Cir 1691-Between 1725/1728) 882
       Mother: Frances (Bef 1703-Between 1755/1758) 884




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General Notes: Husband - Unknown JONES

Did this family go to Kentucky with numerous others from Fairfax County, Virginia?

a clue?
Deed Book H Deeds Recorded May 1820 - September 1824:
p. 7 Deed of 11 Feb 1822 from Henry Owsley & Polly, his wife, of Lincoln Co. to John Jones, of Garrard Co. Three tracts comprising 50 acres, 200 acres and 150 acres, on the waters of Drakes Cain Creek for $2000. No witnesses. Reg. 16 Feb 1822.
(http://www.owsleyfamily.org/courtrecords.html)


General Notes: Wife - Ann O'DANIEL

Ann O'DANIEL is known only from the will of her mother, Frances (O'DANIEL) GLADIN, dated 7 February 1755. She is named in the will as "dafter Ann JONES". Ann was left "all my wearing clothes."

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RESEARCH Clies to Ann O'Daniel's Jones family
SON???
From "Index to Loudoun Co Deed Books A-Z" by Pat Duncan:
"Bk:Pg: K:305, 307 Date: 1 Aug 1774 Returned to court: 10 Oct 1774
John PHILIPS & wife Deliverance of Ldn to yeoman James DILLON of Ldn. Lease/release of 200ac adj Daniel JONES, William HARRIS, George BUSSUN. Wit: William DILLON, Josiah DILLON, John DILLON, Amos DILLON."
[http://www.genforum.familytreemaker.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?margaret,daniel::va/fairfax::732.html]
FAMILY???
John JONES, lessee's son. 30 Nov 1772 3300 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. Alexander Spotswood of Spts. Co to Richard JONES and his sons Francis and John, etc 17 Jun 1773. See "Virginia County Records - Spotsylvania Co., 1721-1800, Vol I, Book/Page "H"" by William Armstrong Crozier, Ref: from Virginia Land Marriage and Probate Records, FTM disc #513. RLD
*!!!!!!!!A patent survey for Kentucky land dated April 21st, 1785, which reads, "for Isaac HALBERT, Richard RATCLIFF, Henry GUNNELL, Robert GUNNELL, William GUNNELL and Charles MORGAN. Afs. 12311 Acres of Land by virtue of an Entry made the 2nd day of March 1784, on Six Treasury Warrants No. 15557,19090, 14546, 19154 and 19156, situate lying and being in the County of Fayette, on Hinkston's fork of Licking and bounded as followeth (to wit)Beginning at, A, ...the first fork that empties into Hinston's fork...below the mouth of Flatlick Creek, commonly know as Clement's fork...crosfing Hinkston's fork three times to the Beginning~ Charles MORGAN, DS. John JONES & Francis JONES, C.C. Isaac HALBERT Marker". The HALBERT, RATCLIFF, and GUNNELL families are related by marriage to the O'DANIEL family of Fairfax, Virginia.
John JONES & Francis JONES may be part of Ann's family, if so, likely a husband and son, or two sons. At the date of this survey, Ann O'DANIEL JONES would have been about 50 years old, born before 1726. All the names in the patent above, with the exception of Charles MORGAN who may yet be, are closely related to the O'DANIEL family of Fairfax.

No other information about Ann has yet been uncovered. See the reseach notes for her Unknown JONES.


Notes: Marriage

Ann was named as Ann JONES in her mother's Last Will and Testament of 1755.
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Virginia JONES




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Wife Virginia JONES 211

         Born: Jul 1899 - Richmond County, Georgia 211
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       Father: Augustus Duncan JONES (1872-      ) 209,211
       Mother: Laura ASHLEY (1866-      ) 208,209




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Wallace Brady JONES




Husband Wallace Brady JONES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Lt. Benjamin Franklin JONES, USA, WWII (1918-2009)
       Mother: Jean BUTTS





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General Notes: Husband - Wallace Brady JONES

"Wallace Brady Jones" is named as a surviving son in the July 2009 obituary of Benjamin Franklin Jones.
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William JONES




Husband William JONES 2476

         Born: Cir 1741 - Virginia
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       Father: Richard JONES (Cir 1702-1774) 1742
       Mother: Ann HAMILTON (      -1774) 1742





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William JONES




Husband William JONES

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1 F Susan Wood JONES 1529

         Born: 29 Dec 1812
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         Died: 3 Jul 1877 - Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Linwood Cemetery
       Spouse: Enos Russell FLEWELLEN (1810-After 1880) 1528
         Marr: 15 Oct 1829 - Warren County, Georgia



General Notes: Child - Susan Wood JONES

Enos Russell FLEWELLYN married Susan Wood JONES (ancestry.com) b: 29 Dec 1812 Death: 3 Jul 1877 in Columbus,Muskogee,Georgia. (Susan Taylor Aldridge)

ID: I451 Name: Susan Wood JONES Given Name: Susan Wood Surname: Jones Sex: F Birth: 29 Dec 1812 Christening: Death: 3 Jul 1877 in Columbus,Muskogee,Georgia Burial: Columbus,Muscogee,Georgia Change Date: 14 Jul 1997 at 14:53:36 Note: Buried Linwood Cemetery, father was Wm Jones.
Marriage 1 Enos Russell FLEWELLEN b: 13 May 1810 in ,Georgia Married: 15 Oct 1829 in Warren, Georgia
(Source: http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1046568&id=I451)
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William Alford JONES and Lovie Winn WARNER




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       Father: Herbert Chandler WARNER
       Mother: Lovie Elizabeth SUMNER



 Other Spouse: Roberrt HILL


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1 M William Alford JONES, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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Notes: Marriage

Married in the Central United Methodist Church, Asheville, North Carolina.
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William Alford JONES, Jr.




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       Father: William Alford JONES
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William G. JONES, Jr.




Husband William G. JONES, Jr. 3921

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       Father: William Gladstone JONES, Sr. (1896-1982) 3985
       Mother: Florence FLAGG (1897-1990) 3921





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General Notes: Husband - William G. JONES, Jr.

Mrs. J. B. Reefer has returned home after a two weeks' visit in Dallas. She was accompanied' by her little nephew, William Gladstone Jones, for a visit. [The Houston Post, Houston, Texas, Sunday, June 19, 1910, Page 59]

William G. Jones and Miss Florence V. Flagg were married Sunday morning at 9 o'clock at the rectory of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament in Oak Cliff, Father Louis J. Harrington officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Jones will reside at 1822 St. Louis street. [The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Texas, Tuesday, January 25, 1916, Page 13]

1920 U.S. Census, Texas, Dallas County, Pct 90, Dallas; Series: T625 Roll: 1794 Page: 44:
301 104 114 Jones William G. Head M W 23 M TX OH CA Printer Newspaper
-- Florence Wife F W 22 M KS TX TN
-- William G. Jr. Son M W 3+3/12 S TX TX KS
-- Margaret Dau F W 4/12 S TX TX KS
-- Emma Mother F W 48 W CA MS MS

Obituary: JONES Mr. William G., Sr., age 86, retired from the Display Advetising Dept. of the Dallas Times Herald, after 39 years. Married Florence Flagg, Jan. 3, 1916, at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in Dallas. Survived by wife, Mrs. Florence Jones, Dallas; son Col. William G. Jones, Jr., Seguin, TX; daughter, Mrs. Margaret M. Pearl, Dallas; grandson, William A. McBride, great-grandson, David Michael McBride, two great-great-grandsons, Michael Andrew McBride, and Aaron Wayne McBride, Rosary was 8 p.m. Thursday. Lamar & Smith Chapel. Mass 12 Noon, Friday, St. Cecilia Catholic Church, Rev. joseph J. Weinzapfel, celebrant. Interment Calvvary Hill. [The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Texas, Friday, December 24, 1982, Page 17]
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William M. JONES




Husband William M. JONES

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       Father: Josiah A. JONES (1826-      )
       Mother: Leoma TALBOTT (1830-      )





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General Notes: Husband - William M. JONES

HISTORY OF KENTUCKY AND KENTUCKIANS, E. Polk Johnson, three volumes, Lewis Publishing Co., New York & Chicago, 1912. Common version, Vol. III, pp. 1246-47. [Bourbon County]
"WILLIAM M. JONES--"Sunny Valley," the fine homestead farm occupied by William M. Jones, is eligibly located about one and a half miles south of North Middletown, Bourbon county, and is one of the most attractive rural demesnes of this favored section of the old Blue Grass state. Mr. Jones is known as one of the representative agriculturists and stock-growers of his native county, where he is well entitled to the implicit confidence and esteem so uniformly reposed in him. He was born in this county on the 25th of November, 1854, and is a son of Josiah A. and Leoma (Talbott) Jones, both of whom were likewise natives of Bourbon county, where the respective families were founded in the pioneer days and where the names have been prominently and worthily identified with the civic and industrial development and progress. Josiah A. Jones was a son of William S. and Nancy (Ashurst) Jones and his wife was a daughter of Mason and Susan (Leach) Talbott. Josiah A. and Leoma (Talbott) Jones became the parents of four children, concerning whom the following brief record is entered--Susan is the widow of A. K. Young and resides in the city of Paris, this county; William M., of this sketch, was the next in order of birth; Mary L. died when about forty-five years of age; and Allen G. is a prosperous farmer of Bourbon county. The parents continued to maintain their home in this county until their death and the father was a representative farmer and influential citizen, ever commanding the esteem of all who knew him. He was a Democrat in politics and both he and his wife held membership in the Christian church. William M. Jones gained his early experiences in connection with the practical affairs of life through his association with the work of the home farm, on which he was reared to adult age, in the meanwhile having duly availed himself of the advantages of the public schools of the locality. When about sixteen years of age he initiated his independent operations as a dealer in live stock and with this line of enterprise he has continued to be successfully concerned during the intervening years, which have also been marked by his close and successful association with agricultural interests. His advancement has been made by a very appreciable industry and good management and he is today one of the extensive farmers and stock-dealers of his native state. His beautiful homestead comprises eight hundred and fifty acres of valuable land, all in one body, and constitutes one of the "show places" of Bourbon county. In addition to diversified agriculture he has made a specialty of the breeding of registered saddle horses and a number of the finest horses raised upon his estate have gained world-wide reputation, among the most prominent being Sterling Denmark, Montgomery Chief, Bourbon King, Marvel King and Brilliant King. In politics Mr. Jones is found arrayed as a stalwart and intelligent supporter of the cause of the Democratic party and while he is ever ready to give his influence and aid in support of all enterprises and measures tending to advance the general welfare he has been animated by naught of ambition for public office. His wife holds membership in the Christian church and their beautiful home is recognized as a center of that gracious hospitality which has given Kentucky so wife and enduring reputation. On the 31st of May, 1882, Mr. Jones was united in marriage to Miss Fannie Evans, who was born in Clark county, Kentucky, on the 27th of August, 1857, and who is a daughter of Thomas J. and Mary J. (Rice) Evans, both of whom were likewise natives of Kentucky, the former having been born in Clark county on the 2nd of October, 1832, and the latter in Bourbon county on the 22 of November, 1855, and they thereafter maintained their home in Clark county until 1873, when they removed to Bourbon county and established their home on the fine farm now owned by William M. Jones, the subject of this review, where they continued to reside until their death. Mrs. Evans was summoned to the life eternal on the 16th of August, 1904, and he husband passed away on the 7th of March, 1906. They became the parents of six children, namely: Fannie, Charlton T., Pattie D., Richard M., Effie S. and Jennie R. After his marriage Mr. Jones established his home on a farm near his present homestead and since 1904, the "Sunny Valley" estate has been the place of his abode. To Mr. and Mrs. Jones have been born four children, all of whom are living, and their names and respective dates of birth are here recorded: Luella, June 23, 1883; Mary Graham, December 7, 1884; Thomas J., October 4, 1887; and L. Raymer, April 25, 1895."
(http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kygenweb/kybiog/bourbon/jones.wm.txt)
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William Malcolm JONES




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       Father: William Doy JONES (Abt 1906-      )
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Willis H. JONES and Mary H. TAYLOR




Husband Willis H. JONES

         Born: 1799 - Wake County, North Carolina
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       Father: Tignal JONES (      -      )
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     Marriage: Bef 1820



Wife Mary H. TAYLOR

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1 M Colonel Tignal W. JONES, CSA

         Born: 25 Nov 1820 - Lewisberg, Franklin County, North Carolina
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       Spouse: Mary E. BARCLAY (      -Abt 1855)
         Marr: 1854 - Talladega, Alabama
       Spouse: Martha J. MARSH (1830-1897)
         Marr: 18 Dec 1856 - Tyler, Texas


2 M Colonel James H. JONES, CSA

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3 M Simon P. JONES, CSA

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4 M Dr. Robert T. JONES, CSA

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General Notes: Husband - Willis H. JONES

"Willis H. Jones, was a native of Wake County, North Carolina; at the age of fourteen a soldier in the war of 1812; by occupation a farmer...moved from North Carolina to Shelby county, Alabama, in 1824, removed to the "Creek Purchase" in 1834, and 1852 settled in Rusk County, Texas, where he died February 16, 1861, at the age of sixty-two..." (H. M. Bell File, Smith County Historical Society Archives, Carnegie History Center, Tyler, TX The Encyclopedia of the New West Biographical Sketches of Their Representative Men and Women (Published 1881): "COLONEL TIGNAL W. JONES, TYLER)


General Notes: Wife - Mary H. TAYLOR

"The mother of Tignal W. Jones, Mary H. Taylor, was a native of Virginia, connected with the Holmes, Fox and Gholson families of that state. She was the daughter of Richard Taylor, a planter and a soldier of the Revolution and the war of 1812. Her family were very wealthy. Some of her brothers were killed in the war of 1812." (H. M. Bell File, Smith County Historical Society Archives, Carnegie History Center, Tyler, TX The Encyclopedia of the New West Biographical Sketches of Their Representative Men and Women (Published 1881): "COLONEL TIGNAL W. JONES, TYLER)


General Notes: Child - Colonel Tignal W. JONES, CSA

Copied from the H. M. Bell File, Smith County Historical Society Archives, Carnegie History Center, Tyler, TX The Encyclopedia of the New West Biographical Sketches of Their Representative Men and Women (Published 1881):
"COLONEL TIGNAL W. JONES, TYLER
Tignal W. Jones was born near Lewisburg, Franklin County, North Carolina, November 25, 1820. He is of Welsh and English extraction, and the family settled at an early day in the history of America, in Mecklenburg County, Virginia. A branch of this family went to Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, and Tignal is descended from this branch. His father, Willis H. Jones, was a native of Wake County, North Carolina; at the age of fourteen a soldier in the war of 1812; by occupation a farmer. His family on both sides have always been ready to show their patriotism, and have participated in all the principal wars we have ever had in this country, from the Revolution to the present time. His grandfather, Tignal Jones, was a farmer in Wake County, North Carolina, of considerable property and a large slave-holder. His great-grandfather, also named Tignal Jones, was one of the framers of the constitution of the Old North State, was in some way connected with the Mecklenberg declaration of Independence, and was a soldier in the Revolution. The mother of Tignal W. Jones, Mary H. Taylor, was a native of Virginia, connected with the Holmes, Fox and Gholson families of that state. She was the daughter of Richard Taylor, a planter and a soldier of the Revolution and the war of 1812. Her family were very wealthy. Some of her brothers were killed in the war of 1812. The only living brother of Tignal W. Jones is James H. Jones, a distinguished lawyer of Henderson, Texas, who was a colonel of the 11th Texas infantry in the civil war, and was shot through the body at Pleasant Hill, Louisiana, and who was a delegate to the national democratic convention at Cincinnati in 1880. Two brothers, Simon P. and Dr. Robert T., died in the Confederate service. The latter was in the battle of Elkhorn, was appointed assistant surgeon at Little Rock, and died while attending soldiers in the hospital. Of six sisters, Margaret is the widow of Dr. W. S. Poe; Anna is the wife of John F. Sterne, a planter in Walker county, Texas; Eliza is the wife of Thomas Trammell, a planter in Rusk county; Laura married Thomson Camp, a merchant of Rusk county; Virginia N. is the widow of Richard Hightower, late of Walker county; Josephine married James B. Harper, merchant of Rusk County. The father of T. W. Jones moved from North Carolina to Shelby county, Alabama, in 1824, removed to the "Creek Purchase" in 1834, and 1852 settled in Rusk County, Texas, where he died February 16, 1861, at the age of sixty-two. Both parents were exemplary members of the Methodist church. In their family government they treated their children as companions, and yet taught them to reverence, respect and obey their parents, a course which Mr. Jones subsequently pursued in his own family. He attributes whatever he has achieved in life to the precepts and example of his parents. After attending the various common schools wherever his father lived, Tignal entered the Nashville University, under the celebrated Dr. Philip Lindsley, in 1841. In 1843-4 he studied law under Judge William P. Chilton and Hon. F. W. Bowden with John T. Morgan, afterwards general and now United States senator from Alabama, and A. W. Bowie of that state. He was admitted to the bar by the supreme court of Alabama in 1844, and practiced law with Hon. F. W. Bowden till the commencement of the Mexican war. In 1846 he volunteered in the army for twelve months and served for that length of time as first- lieutenant of Company E. of the Alabama troops, commanded by Colonel John R. Coffee. With his company he participated in the siege of Vera Cruz, but did most service in hard marching and garrisoning the towns of Camargo and Tampico. From Jalapa Lieutenant Jones returned home and resumed the practice of law with F. W. Bowden, at Talledega, Alabama, in 1847. In 1849 he formed a partnership with Bowie and Curry, (J. L. M. Curry, now the distinguished Baptist preacher of Richmond, Virginia,) which lasted until 1856. In the latter year Mr. Jones moved to Tyler, Texas, where he has ever since resided. In 1872, he formed a partnership with John L. Henry. In 1879 Mr. Henry chaned his residence to Dallas, since which Mr. Jones has been practicing alone. In 1861 he was a member of the Texas convention that passed the ordinance of secession, and framed the constitution to conform to the Confederate government. In that convention he was a member of the constitutional committee. He was never a candidate for office, a characteristic of the family being that they all studiously avoid standing for political office, not even accepting the position of delegate to the state conventions. He voted for secession in the convention, voted for it in the general election, and to maintain it severed two years during the war, first as a private soldier and afterwards as colonel of a regiment of cavalry on the Texas coast. Colonel Jones had amassed some property by his legal practice, and now owns a residence, the inheritance of his wife, and some wild land in Harrison and Anderson counties. By the war he lost ten or twelve negroes. He also lost several tracts of valuable land by selling them for Confederate paper. All his family and his wife's family are Democrats, and he has voted that ticket all his life. He became a Master Mason and a Baptist in Alabama in 1848. Mr. Jones is also Baptist. He entertains that Christ came a second time at the taking of Jerusalem by the Romasn; that He will not come again; that the end of the world spoken of in the Bible began at the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans; that the resurection from the dead takes place when the body dies; that the general judgment day began at the destruction of Jerusalem and ended with the downfall of the Roman empire. Colonel Jones has been twice married; first in 1854 at Talladega, Alabama, to Miss Mary E. Barclay, who died in six months after the marriage. She was the daughter of Hugh Barclay, a merchant in Talladega. His second marriage was at Tyler, Texas, December 18, 1856, to Mrs. Martha Bell, widow of F. M. Bell, a merchant, large landowner and pioneer settler of Tyler, where he died in 1854, and enterprising and public spirited man, distinguished for his probity. She had two sons when she married Colonel Jones, Bryan M. and Frank M. Bell, both engaged as partners in the grocery business. Frank married Miss Sallie Swann, daughter of Thomas R. Swann, a cotton merchant of Tyler. These brothers inherited from their father about twelve thousand acres of land and other property. Mrs. Jones was born October 27, 1830, in Sumter county, Alabama. She is the daughter of Colonel Bryant Marsh, a native of North Carolina, a large planter and slaveholder. Her mother's name was Rebecca Jones, half-sister of James C. Jones, the famous orator and distinguished governor of Tennessee. She was born in Franklin county, North Carolina, and died in Smith county, Texas, in 1870, a devout member of the Methodist church. Mrs. Jones was educated at Gaston, Sumter county, Alabama. Of her four brothers, Bryan Marsh was a colonel in the Confederate army and lost an arm in battle; Darius Marsh was a lieutenant in a Texas regiment, and was killed in one of the battles around Atlanta; Edmond Marsh was a captain in the Confederate service, and was killed in a batatle near Atlanta, and Peter Marsh was in the Confederate Army, but was disable by sickness. All of them were gallant soldiers. Of her two sisters, Sarah E. is the widow of T. M. Love, and Mrs. Elizabeth Gaines is dead. Colonel and Mrs. Jones have two children, only one of whom is living; Rebecca, born in 1857, died in infancy; Mary H., born in Tyler, educated at home and in Hollins Institute, Virginia, married in April, 1880, Mr. S. H. Cox, a merchant of Tyler, and formerly a civil engineer and inspector of Texas railroads. Colonel Jones received no patrimony of any kind on entering upon the active duties of life. By constant and laborious effort in the law, he accieved success and made a good name in society. He has used as his motto "do right at all times and under all circumstances." He has observed the rule to owe no man anything, considering a condition of hopeless indebtedness as that of a miserable slave. He owes not one dollar; has given liberally to all enterprises intended to promote the welfare of the community, and is respected and honored wherever he is known. He has a good reputation as a lawyer, and a fair practice; is noted for his candor in giving his legal opinions, whether to courts or client; never excites nor encourages litigation. He is beloved by his family, esteemed by his associates, and respected by his acquaintances. He devotes himself to his private business, takes no active part in politics or other agitations, and lives a quiet comfortable life, having a fair competency."
Col. Jones' family in the 1870 U.S. Census is listed as "22 23 JONES, Tignal 48 M W Lawyer 2500 1000 NC"; wife "Martha 38 F W Keeping House Ala"; daughter "Mary 11 F W At School Tex"; stepsons "BELL, Bryant 18 M W Student 2600 Tex" and "Bell, Francis 16 M W Student Tex"; and "Jones, Thomas 11(?) M b Domestic Servt Tex". 761


General Notes: Child - Colonel James H. JONES, CSA

"The only living brother of Tignal W. Jones is James H. Jones, a distinguished lawyer of Henderson, Texas, who was a colonel of the 11th Texas infantry in the civil war, and was shot through the body at Pleasant Hill, Louisiana, and who was a delegate to the national democratic convention at Cincinnati in 1880." (H. M. Bell File, Smith County Historical Society Archives, Carnegie History Center, Tyler, TX The Encyclopedia of the New West Biographical Sketches of Their Representative Men and Women (Published 1881): "COLONEL TIGNAL W. JONES, TYLER)


General Notes: Child - Simon P. JONES, CSA

"Two brothers (of Tignal JONES), Simon P. and Dr. Robert T., died in the Confederate service." (H. M. Bell File, Smith County Historical Society Archives, Carnegie History Center, Tyler, TX The Encyclopedia of the New West Biographical Sketches of Their Representative Men and Women (Published 1881): "COLONEL TIGNAL W. JONES, TYLER)


General Notes: Child - Dr. Robert T. JONES, CSA

"Two brothers (of Tignal JONES), Simon P. and Dr. Robert T., died in the Confederate service. The latter was in the battle of Elkhorn, was appointed assistant surgeon at Little Rock, and died while attending soldiers in the hospital." (H. M. Bell File, Smith County Historical Society Archives, Carnegie History Center, Tyler, TX The Encyclopedia of the New West Biographical Sketches of Their Representative Men and Women (Published 1881): "COLONEL TIGNAL W. JONES, TYLER)

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Lars JONSSON




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1 M Per LARSSON 2272

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WOOLEY and JORDAN




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Colonel Benjamin Smith JORDAN and Emily Epps SANFORD




Husband Colonel Benjamin Smith JORDAN

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     Marriage: 9 Apr 1823 - Baldwin County, Georgia 2818



Wife Emily Epps SANFORD

         Born: 1 Apr 1807 - Georgia 2818
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       Father: Jesse SANFORD, RS (Abt 1763-1827) 413
       Mother: Martha Goodwin MITCHELL (Abt 1771-1827) 413




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1 M Colonel Leonidas A. JORDAN, CSA

         Born: Jun 1828 - Georgia
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       Buried:  - Memory Hill Cemetery, Baldwin County, Georgia
       Spouse: Julia Flournoy HURT (1846-1891)
         Marr: 24 Jun 1868
       Spouse: Ilah DUNLAP (Abt 1870-      )
         Marr: 25 Apr 1894 - Bibb County, Georgia



General Notes: Husband - Colonel Benjamin Smith JORDAN

1850 Baldwin County, Georgia Slave Census: Benjamin Jordan 79
The family of Benjamin Smith JOURDAN donated Furniture and paintings belonging to Benjamin Smith JOURDAN were donated to the University of Georgia's Hargrett Library and may be seen there. (Tuck Wilson)
"Benjamin Smith Jordan ca. 1793 Oct 11, 1856 West side, Section D, Lot 49, Person 2 Inscription and Notes:"In memory of" this person is written on a monument, not a grave marker. Owner of Westover Plantation. Monument created by R.E. Launitz of New York." (As in the Memory Hill Cemetery Index at http://www.friendsofcems.org/MemoryHill/SQLSelect2.asp?key=WD049002)


General Notes: Wife - Emily Epps SANFORD

Emily Epps SANFORD married Benjamin Smith JORDAN. She was the sister of Elizabeth Taylor SANFORD who married Green Hill JORDAN, Benjamin Smith JORDAN's brother.
Emily's portrait, an oil on canvas, painted circa 1840 by W. Wilson, is contained in the book "Early Georgia Portraits 1715-1870".
Emily Epps Sanford Jordan, Apr 1, 1807 May 12, 1889 West side, Section D, Lot 49, Person 3 Inscription and Notes: w/o Benjamin Smith Jordan, d/o Jesse and Martha Sanford
Death of Mrs. Emily Jordan (Union Recorder, May 14, 1889) This lady, widow of the late Col. Benj. S. Jordan, died in Lee County on Sunday last, aged 83 years. The remains were brought to Macon on yesterday, and reached this city by the 2.30 o'colck train same day, when they were interred in our city cemetery. Her husband, Col. B. S. Jordan, died at the family home, six miles from this city, many years ago, and the handsomest monument in our cemetery is erected over his remains. Col. L. A. Jordan, of Macon was an only child. Mrs. Jordan was a woman of intelligence and marked dignity in bearing. Only a few people in this city will remember her as she appeared on our streets and in our family circles. She was born in Baldwin county, and her maiden name was Sanford. After her husband's death she lived with her son. Mrs. Jordan was long a member of the M. E. Church in this city. She was liberal in dispensing her aid to the church. The present members are indebted to her for the handsome Communion service still used by the Church. The funeral service took place from the M. E. Church, at 3 p.m. Monday afternoon and were conducted by Rev. Dr. Kendall of Macon. (http://www.friendsofcems.org/MemoryHill/SQLSelect2.asp?key=WD049003)


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JORDAN, Benjamin L. SANFORD, Emily 04/09/1823, Baldwin County, Georgia. (L. for S.) [Baldwin County, Georgia - Marriage Records 1806-1850]


General Notes: Child - Colonel Leonidas A. JORDAN, CSA

"Emily Epps (SANFORD) JORDAN was the wife of Benj. Smith JORDAN of Milledgeville who died ca. 1856. Leonidas JORDAN was their son. His mother lived with Leonidas until her death and never remarried. They lived in Lee County, Georgia (Palmeria) and had a home in Macon, but as I recall, they always participated in the census from Lee County, close to Columbus. If you recall, Benj. Smith JORDAN was the cousin that Warren JOURDAN felt was responsible for his bankruptcy.
The exact relationship is this: Benj. Smith JORDAN is the grandson of George JOURDAN and his second wife, Hannah SMITH, through Hezekiah JOURDAN, who died ca 1812, will in Morgan Co Ga., and Greenville Co. Va. Warren JOURDAN is the grandson of the same George JOURDAN, by his first wife, Patience WARREN, through their son, Benj. JOURDAN, who was killed by Indians ca. 1786 in Jackson CO. Ga." (Tuck Wilson)
Benjamin and Emily had one child: Col. Leonidas JORDAN, whose first wife was the great love of his life and was a great beauty beloved by all who knew her. You list her as Julia COLQUITT, which may be so, although I, again, do not have my notes here in Cambridge to corroborate that fact ... although, that does sound feasible. His first wife died relatively young, I think, and they had no children -- of, if they did have children, they died without record excepting the possibility of her dying during childbirth, to the best of current knowledge. They certainly had no child live beyond infancy, and I have never heard of any child (excepting the possible childbirth one mentioned above). Leonidas (Lee) lived as a wealthy elder gentleman until late in life when he married for a second time, Ilah DUNLAP of Maconga (Macon, Georgia) a young lady who is said by some wags to have been 18 when he married her (he being in his 70s or 80s at the time), but I have heard more authoritatively that she was at least 20 when they wed. Whatever, she was the ultimate gold-digger and within only a few years Lee passed away leaving her a very rich young widow, indeed. VERY RICH. Lee is said to be one of only two southerners post-war who could write a check for a million dollars and have it honored. Ilah turned over Lee's house to her brother as his home and set him up very well, then gave one of Lee's plantations to another sister, while keeping his Albany plantation for her own hunting preserve, then took off for Atlanta where she married a rich attorney and laid siege to Atlanta society. At her death, in Germany, I believe, while at the baths there, what was not stolen by a young cousin (later tried for the murder of his wife, even later blown up and burned to death in an assassination at his Palm Beach house -- Lee's money again), went to the University of Georgia and funded the current library there (her specific bequest, even to the design and style). (Tuck Wilson)

These census items are from the Census of Baldwin County, Georgia, 1860.
1860 6 590 548 JORDAN Emily E. 53 F 194,020 568,325 GA
1860 7 590 548 JORDAN Leonidas A. 32 M Planter 194,020 568,325 GA

"7th Battalion (Linton Stephens' Battalion) Georgia Cavalry (State Guards) Baldwin Cavalry, Company C
Jordan, Leonidas A. (Company) C Second Lieutenant" (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/military/civilwar/rosters/7batcav.txt)

"Leonidas A. Jordan Jun , 1828 Jan 22, 1899 West side, Section D, Lot 49, Person 1 Inscription and Notes: Service: Military Service: Confederate States of America Ga. Militia Gen G. W. Smith's Corps." (As in the Memory Hill Cemetery Index)

A short obituary was published in the Union Recorder, Jan. 24, 1899, page 6.
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Calvin JORDAN




Husband Calvin JORDAN 3422

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Samuel TARVER III and Celia JORDAN




Husband Samuel TARVER III

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General Notes: Husband - Samuel TARVER III

Of Richmond County, Georgia, per John R. Clarke:
Family of Samuel TARVER III 1 Samuel TARVER III, b. 1739 Surrey Co., Virginia ...+Celia JORDAN, b. 1739 Jefferson Co., Georgia ..... 2 Robert TARVER, b. 1775 ...+Mason TARVER, b. ca 1775 ..... 2 Samuel Bennett TARVER, b. Sep 16, 1780 Greene Co., North Carolina ...+Charlotte Arnold TARVER, b. Dec 24, 1787 Wilkes Co., Georgia ..... 2 Etheldred Jordan TARVER, Sr., b. 1780 Dobbs Co., North Carolina ...+Mary Nancy ROBINSON, b. ca 1778 Burke Co., Georgia or Ireland ..... 2 Sarah TARVER, b. ca 1783 North Carolina (http://www.tarver-genealogy.net/cemeteries/ga/blythe_tarver.txt)
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Family of Etheldred Jordan TARVER, Sr. 1 Etheldred Jordan TARVER, Sr., b. 1780 Dobbs Co., North Carolina ...+Mary Nancy ROBINSON, b. ca 1778 Burke Co., Georgia or Ireland ..... 2 Isabella TARVER, b. Feb 13, 1793 Richmond Co., Georgia ...+Benjamin PALMER, b. Jan 07, 1791 Burke Co., Georgia ..... *2nd Husband of Isabella TARVER: ...+William HENDRICKS ..... 2 Sarah TARVER, b. Mar 16, 1798 Georgia ...+Francis Stephen VALLOTTON, b. Apr 06, 1796 Richmond Co., Georgia ..... 2 John Robinson TARVER, b. Apr 25, 1801 Richmond Co., Georgia ...+Elizabeth SHAW, b. Jan 11, 1805 ..... 2 Robert Ruffin TARVER, b. 1803 Richmond Co., Georgia ...+Ava SMITH ..... 2 Etheldred Jordan TARVER, Jr., b. Jun 05, 1804 Richmond Co., Georgia ...+Harriet Jane McNAIR, b. Dec 11, 1818 Richmond Co., Georgia ..... 2 Maria Nancy TARVER, b. Oct 12, 1807 Georgia ...+John DILLARD ..... 2 Samuel Augustus TARVER, b. Sep 30, 1795 Richmond Co., Georgia ...+Frances Augusta VALLOTTON, b. Jul 21, 1798 Richmond Co., Georgia
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Family of Samuel Augustus TARVER 1 Samuel Augustus TARVER, b. Sep 30, 1795 Richmond Co., Georgia .. +Frances Augusta VALLOTTON, b. Jul 21, 1798 Richmond Co., Georgia ..... 2 Etheldred Ruffin TARVER, b. ca 1825 ..... 2 John Vallotton TARVER, b. 1820 ...+Lydia Elizabeth BUTLER ..... 2 Eugene Lafayette TARVER, b. 1823 ...+Irene M. HARRISON ..... 2 Laurence Augustin TARVER, b. Jan 21, 1824 Georgia ...+Mary E. WILLIAMS, b. 1831 Georgia ..... 2 William Henry TARVER, b. Aft. 1818 ...+Orianna BURROUGHS..... 2 Frances Ann TARVER, b. Aft. 1824 ... +George L. WEBB ..... 2 Etheldred Ruffin TARVER, Jr., b. 1828 Georgia ...+Mary Adeline THOMPSON ..... 2 Laura Augusta TARVER, b. 1832 ...+James STONE ..... 2 Nancy TARVER, b. 1834 ..... 2 Samuel Otis TARVER, b. 1836 ..... 2 Francis Robinson TARVER, b. 1838 ... +Laura V. SHUPTRINE
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Family of Laurence Augustin (aka Augustus) TARVER 1 Laurence Augustin TARVER, b. Jan 21, 1824 Georgia .. +Mary E. WILLIAMS, b. 1831 Georgia ..... 2 Samuel Fort TARVER, b. 1847 ...+Mollie C. PIERCE ..... 2 Laura E. TARVER, b. 1848 Georgia ...+John C. CLEARY ..... 2 Sarah Green TARVER, b. Mar 16, 1850 Georgia ..... 2 George A. TARVER, b. Aft. 1850 ...+Mary B. JOSEY, b. Nov 10, 1856 ..... *2nd Wife of George A. TARVER: ...+Mattie L. G. KENDRICK, b. May 22, 1874 ..... 2 Otis TARVER, b. Aft. 1850 ...+Lizzie RATCHFORD ..... 2 Sallie TARVER, b. Aft. 1850 ...+Chalmer CALDWELL ..... 2 Willie TARVER, b. Aft. 1850 ...+Hattie JOHNSON ..... 2 Fannie TARVER, b. Sep 16, 1859 ......... +Turner A. SCARBORO



General Notes: Wife - Celia JORDAN

(http://www.tarver-genealogy.net/cemeteries/ga/blythe_tarver.txt)
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Charles Scott JORDAN and Elizabeth Yancey REID




Husband Charles Scott JORDAN

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Wife Elizabeth Yancey REID

         Born: 13 Aug 1809
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       Father: Samuel REID, Jr. (Abt 1766-1836)
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General Notes: Husband - Charles Scott JORDAN

Elizabeth Yancey REID b: 13 AUG 1809 Death: 24 OCT 1899 in Jasper Co., GA Marriage 1 Charles Scott JORDAN b: 11 SEP 1801 Married: 2 APR 1834 (John R. Clarke, 4/12/2004)
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Charles Wayne JORDAN and Vercile WALKER




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       Father: Walter Vernon WALKER (Abt 1897-      )
       Mother: Cora L. TINSLEY (1905-      )




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Miss Vercile Walker, who will teach this fall at Lisbon School, and C. W. Jordan, 2219 Anniels, were married Saturday at the Harlandale Baptist Church in San Antonio. Parents of the newly married couple are Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Walker of San Antonio and Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Jordan of Fort Worth. The bride attended Baylor University and East Texas State Teachers College and her husband is a former student of Venture College and Arlington State. The Rev. Harvey D. Lewis was offciant for the wedding... Miss Peggy Walker of San Antonio was maid of honor. Miss Martha Hendrix of Mount Pleasant and Mrs. John E. Myrick of Midland were bridesmaids. Roy G. Jordan of Fort Worth was best man. Jack Walker of San Antonio and Bill Crismon were grooms men. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan will reside in Arlington following their wedding trip to Galveston. [The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Texas, Sunday, August 11, 1957, Part 6, Page 4]

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Cynthia JORDAN




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Dakota Cheyanne JORDAN




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Henry Walker REYNOLDS and Elizabeth JORDAN




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Richard WASHINGTON and Elizabeth JORDAN




Husband Richard WASHINGTON 29,30

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       Father: John WASHINGTON (      -Bef 1664) 29
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1 M Thomas WASHINGTON I 28

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2 F Elizabeth WASHINGTON 1413

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TARVER and Elizabeth JORDAN




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       Father: George JORDAN III (Cir 1725-1792)
       Mother: Patience WARREN (1727-      )




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General Notes: Husband - TARVER

Elizabeth JORDAN is named in the 1787 LW&T of her father, George JORDAN, as Elizabeth TARVER. Elizabeth married _____ TARVER.


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth JORDAN

Elizabeth JORDAN is named in the 1787 LW&T of her father, George JORDAN of Northampton Co, North Carolina: "...to my daughter Elizabeth TARVER...to my grandson Richard TARVER, the son of my daughter Elizabeth TARVER..."

"Page 381 -- Wednesday 23d December 1801 - On a recommendation of William SAFFOLD, Esquire ORDERED: That a pass port through the creek nation to the western Territory be prepared for Benjamin TARVER, *Samuel HARRIS, and John HARRIS with their families -- which was presented and signed." ("Passports Issued By Governors of Georgia, 1785-1809 and 1810-1820", per Audrey Pool)


General Notes: Child - Richard TARVER

Richard TARVER is named in the 1787 LW&T of his grandfather, George JORDAN of Northampton Co, North Carolina: "...to my grandson Richard TARVER, the son of my daughter Elizabeth TARVER..."
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Frances JORDAN




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General Notes: Wife - Frances JORDAN

1920 U.S. Census, Arkansas, Jefferson County, 2-Wd Pine Bluff, Vaugine, 19 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 67 Page: 139: 415 11 11 HOWELL Frances Head F W 36 Wd AR AR AR; ...; JORDAN, Junius, Jr. Boarder M W 32 S AR AL MS Cotton Buyer. (Note: Frances HOWELL, 36, may be Junius' older sister. RLD)

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Frances JORDAN




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George JORDAN III and Patience WARREN




Husband George JORDAN III

         Born: Cir 1725
   Christened: 
         Died: 1792
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Cir 1745

 Other Spouse: Hannah SMITH (      -      )



Wife Patience WARREN

         Born: 1727 - Brunswick County, Virginia 4777
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Benjamin WARREN (Cir 1690-      )
       Mother: Rebecca WILKINS (      -      )




Children
1 M Hezekiah JORDAN

         Born: Cir 1747
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1812 - Morgan County, Georgia
       Buried: 



2 F Nancy JORDAN 2866

         Born: Cir 1750
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Francis Richard FLANDERS (      -      ) 2866
         Marr: Bef 1796


3 F Hannah JORDAN

         Born: Cir 1753
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: VINSON (      -      )


4 M Josiah JORDAN

         Born: Cir 1755
   Christened: 
         Died: 1821
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Judith HILL (Abt 1761-1794)
       Spouse: Milly PARKS (      -      )
         Marr: After 1794


5 M Benjamin JORDAN

         Born: 1757 - North Hampton County, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1787 - Jackson County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth HARVEY (1759-      )


6 F Olive JORDAN

         Born: Cir 1763
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



7 F Elizabeth JORDAN

         Born: Cir 1766
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: TARVER (      -      )


8 F Winnefred JORDAN

         Born: Cir 1768
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



9 F Sally JORDAN

         Born: Cir 1770
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - George JORDAN III

Northampton Co, North Carolina -"Will 340 pg 9 George JORDAN 22 December 1787 June Court 1792 to Elizabeth JORDAN the wife of my son Benjamin JORDAN dec'd. three Negroes now in her possession for her life of widowhood to my grandson James JORDAN the son of Benjamin JORDAN, dec'd, the three Negroes after said Elizabeth's death or marriage other Negroes to go to all the children (names not given) of said Benjamin, dec'd, at death of marriage of said Elizabeth to my son Josiah JORDAN several Negroes to son Hezekiah JORDAN my plantation and all my lands, stock and Negroes to daughter Hannah VINSON 20 shillings, Negroes and increase and at death of said Hannah the said Negroes to go to all her children (names not given) to daughter Olive JORDAN 20 shillings and lend her four Negroes during her life and at her death said Negroes and their increase to be equally divided among all her children (names not given) only her son George JORDAN to have no part of said Negroes to grandson George JORDAN, the son of my daughter Olive JORDAN, one Negro boy now in the possession of Thomas JORDAN to my daughter Elizabeth TARVER 20 shillings and lend her one Negro wench for her lifetime to the children (names not given) of said Elizabeth Negroes after her death to my grandson Richard TARVER, the son of my daughter Elizabeth TARVER, one Negro to my daughter Winnefred JORDAN 20 shillings and lend her (several) Negroes for her lifetime and then the said Negroes and their increase to her children (names not given) to daughter Sally JORDAN bed, Negroes, one horse, cows, bed and furniture etc. and sufficient meat for her life to son Hezekiah residue of estate and property lent wife at her death. Extrs: Son Hezekiah JORDAN and friend Lawrence SMITH Wit: Joseph SMITH, Etheldred SMITH" (Received from Audrey Pool)


General Notes: Child - Hezekiah JORDAN

Hezehiah JORDAN is named in the 1787 LW&T of his father, George JORDAN of Northampton Co, North Carolina: " to son Hezekiah JORDAN my plantation and all my lands..." Hezekiah was also an executor of the estate.
Hezekiah Jourdan died ca 1812, will in Morgan Co Ga., and Greenville Co. Va. (Tuck Wilson)


General Notes: Child - Hannah JORDAN

Hannah JORDAN is named in the 1787 LW&T of her father, George JORDAN of Northampton Co, North Carolina: "...to daughter Hannah VINSON..."

Northampton Co, North Carolina -"Will 340 pg 9 George JORDAN 22 December 1787 June Court 1792 to Elizabeth JORDAN the wife of my son Benjamin JORDAN dec'd. three Negroes now in her possession for her life of widowhood to my grandson James JORDAN the son of Benjamin JORDAN, dec'd, the three Negroes after said Elizabeth's death or marriage other Negroes to go to all the children (names not given) of said Benjamin, dec'd, at death of marriage of said Elizabeth to my son Josiah JORDAN several Negroes to son Hezekiah JORDAN my plantation and all my lands, stock and Negroes 20 shillings, Negroes and increase and at death of said Hannah the said Negroes to go to all her children (names not given) to daughter Olive JORDAN 20 shillings and lend her four Negroes during her life and at her death said Negroes and their increase to be equally divided among all her children (names not given) only her son George JORDAN to have no part of said Negroes to grandson George JORDAN, the son of my daughter Olive JORDAN, one Negro boy now in the possession of Thomas JORDAN to my daughter Elizabeth TARVER 20 shillings and lend her one Negro wench for her lifetime to the children (names not given) of said Elizabeth Negroes after her death to my grandson Richard TARVER, the son of my daughter Elizabeth TARVER, one Negro to my daughter Winnefred JORDAN 20 shillings and lend her (several) Negroes for her lifetime and then the said Negroes and their increase to her children (names not given) to daughter Sally JORDAN bed, Negroes, one horse, cows, bed and furniture etc. and sufficient meat for her life to son Hezekiah residue of estate and property lent wife at her death. Extrs: Son Hezekiah JORDAN and friend Lawrence SMITH Wit: Joseph SMITH, Etheldred SMITH" (Received from Audrey Pool)


General Notes: Child - Josiah JORDAN

Josiah JORDAN is named in the 1787 LW&T of his father, George JORDAN of Northampton Co, North Carolina: "... to my son Josiah JORDAN..."

In the Land Lottery of 1804 in Oglethorpe County, Georgia for Revolutionary War services there are records for Warren JOURDAN (orphan), James JOURDAN, Josiah JOURDAN, and James DANIELL, Sr. (From notes of Louisa Caroline Floyd Wilson)
Josiah Jordan who married Judith Hill adopted Warren Jourdan and his three siblings when they were less than 5, after their father was killed by Indians. Warren's brother James married a Blake, whose mother was a Hill, Warren's sister Elizabeth married James Mitchell, Warren's sister Mary married Theophilus Hill, and of course, Warren married a Daniell. (Tuck Wilson)



General Notes: Child - Benjamin JORDAN

Notes from David Leon (Tuck) Wilson III: "Benjamin came to Wilkes and Jackson counties in Georgia, where in 1787, Benjamin JOURDAN, a Revolutionary War soldier, was killed, according to legend, by Indians ca. 1786 in Jackson Co. Ga."
Northampton Co, North Carolina -"Will 340 pg 9 George JORDAN 22 December 1787 June Court 1792 to Elizabeth JORDAN the wife of my son Benjamin JORDAN dec'd. three Negroes now in her possession for her life of widowhood to my grandson James JORDAN the son of Benjamin JORDAN, dec'd, the three Negroes after said Elizabeth's death or marriage other Negroes to go to all the children (names not given) of said Benjamin, dec'd, at death of marriage of said Elizabeth to my son Josiah JORDAN several Negroes to son Hezekiah JORDAN my plantation and all my lands, stock and Negroes to daughter Hannah VINSON 20 shillings, Negroes and increase and at death of said Hannah the said Negroes to go to all her children (names not given) to daughter Olive JORDAN 20 shillings and lend her four Negroes during her life and at her death said Negroes and their increase to be equally divided among all her children (names not given) only her son George JORDAN to have no part of said Negroes to grandson George JORDAN, the son of my daughter Olive JORDAN, one Negro boy now in the possession of Thomas JORDAN to my daughter Elizabeth TARVER 20 shillings and lend her one Negro wench for her lifetime to the children (names not given) of said Elizabeth Negroes after her death to my grandson Richard TARVER, the son of my daughter Elizabeth TARVER, one Negro to my daughter Winnefred JORDAN 20 shillings and lend her (several) Negroes for her lifetime and then the said Negroes and their increase to her children (names not given) to daughter Sally JORDAN bed, Negroes, one horse, cows, bed and furniture etc. and sufficient meat for her life to son Hezekiah residue of estate and property lent wife at her death. Extrs: Son Hezekiah JORDAN and friend Lawrence SMITH Wit: Joseph SMITH, Etheldred SMITH" (Received from Audrey Pool)

The Early Records of Georgia, Volume II, Wilkes County
JORDAN, BENJAMIN dec'd. Receipt of Daniel TERRONDET, R. P., for pay for letters of administration to Josiah JORDAN Apr. 15, 1789. Receipt of Benj. JORDAN to Hezekiah JORDAN for money in order to run land "if there be any had worth running," Jan. 1, 1787. Acct. of Josiah JORDAN against Benj. JORDAN for bacon etc, Va. currency Aug. 1783, equal to so much Ga. currency.
Elizabeth JORDAN, admx of Benj. JORDAN, dec'd. Elizabeth confesses judgement Nov. 4, 1788. Receipt of David CRISWELL to Josiah JORDAN, admr for tax 1789. Bond of Josiah JORDAN as gdn to Jas. Lucy, Elizabeth and Warren JORDAN, minors of Benj. JORDAN, dec'd. Jan. 23, 1792, Benj. BLAKE and Henry A. POPE, Sec. List of property of Jas. JORDAN, from his grandfather Geo. JORDAN, dec'd. received by Josiah JORDAN, gdn, Dec. 31, 1799, viz, slaves Jeffrey, and Ephraim. Receipt of Josiah as gdn to est of Benj. JORDAN, dec'd. 24 slaves etc. Paid Jos. O'NEAL tuition
End of Page 244 - The Early Records of Georgia, Volume II, Wilkes County - Start of Page 245
for all 1794. Returns for 1802 paid Henry HILL for Warren's board. Paid Jas. ECHOLS for Warren going to singing school. Paid Dr. Jas. BRADLEY. Paid Theopilus HILL, Warren's board 1803, let Warren buy a horse. Paid Hope HULL 7 months board for Warren 1804. Paid Wm. PRINCE tuition. Receipt of Jas. JORDAN Jan. 1, 1803 to Josiah JORDAN, gdn for his legacy from the est of Benj. JORDAN and two slaves left him by his grandfather Geo. JORDAN. Receipt of Jas. MITCHELL to Josiah JORDAN, gdn for Betsy JORDAN's legacy. Receipt of Theophilus HILL for Polly JORDAN's legacy, same date.
[Bliss Kaye, March 01, 2011 bliss_kaye@hotmail.com]



General Notes: Child - Olive JORDAN

Olive JORDAN is named in the 1787 LW&T of her father, George JORDAN of Northampton Co, North Carolina: "... to daughter Olive JORDAN... to grandson George JORDAN, the son of my daughter Olive JORDAN"


General Notes: Child - Elizabeth JORDAN

Elizabeth JORDAN is named in the 1787 LW&T of her father, George JORDAN of Northampton Co, North Carolina: "...to my daughter Elizabeth TARVER...to my grandson Richard TARVER, the son of my daughter Elizabeth TARVER..."

"Page 381 -- Wednesday 23d December 1801 - On a recommendation of William SAFFOLD, Esquire ORDERED: That a pass port through the creek nation to the western Territory be prepared for Benjamin TARVER, *Samuel HARRIS, and John HARRIS with their families -- which was presented and signed." ("Passports Issued By Governors of Georgia, 1785-1809 and 1810-1820", per Audrey Pool)


General Notes: Child - Winnefred JORDAN

Winnefred JORDAN is named in the 1787 LW&T of her father, George JORDAN of Northampton Co, North Carolina: "...to my daughter Winnefred JORDAN..."


General Notes: Child - Sally JORDAN

Sally JORDAN is named in the 1787 LW&T of his father, George JORDAN of Northampton Co, North Carolina: "... to daughter Sally JORDAN..."
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George JORDAN III and Hannah SMITH




Husband George JORDAN III

         Born: Cir 1725
   Christened: 
         Died: 1792
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Patience WARREN (1727-      ) - Cir 1745



Wife Hannah SMITH

         Born: 
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Children

General Notes: Husband - George JORDAN III

Northampton Co, North Carolina -"Will 340 pg 9 George JORDAN 22 December 1787 June Court 1792 to Elizabeth JORDAN the wife of my son Benjamin JORDAN dec'd. three Negroes now in her possession for her life of widowhood to my grandson James JORDAN the son of Benjamin JORDAN, dec'd, the three Negroes after said Elizabeth's death or marriage other Negroes to go to all the children (names not given) of said Benjamin, dec'd, at death of marriage of said Elizabeth to my son Josiah JORDAN several Negroes to son Hezekiah JORDAN my plantation and all my lands, stock and Negroes to daughter Hannah VINSON 20 shillings, Negroes and increase and at death of said Hannah the said Negroes to go to all her children (names not given) to daughter Olive JORDAN 20 shillings and lend her four Negroes during her life and at her death said Negroes and their increase to be equally divided among all her children (names not given) only her son George JORDAN to have no part of said Negroes to grandson George JORDAN, the son of my daughter Olive JORDAN, one Negro boy now in the possession of Thomas JORDAN to my daughter Elizabeth TARVER 20 shillings and lend her one Negro wench for her lifetime to the children (names not given) of said Elizabeth Negroes after her death to my grandson Richard TARVER, the son of my daughter Elizabeth TARVER, one Negro to my daughter Winnefred JORDAN 20 shillings and lend her (several) Negroes for her lifetime and then the said Negroes and their increase to her children (names not given) to daughter Sally JORDAN bed, Negroes, one horse, cows, bed and furniture etc. and sufficient meat for her life to son Hezekiah residue of estate and property lent wife at her death. Extrs: Son Hezekiah JORDAN and friend Lawrence SMITH Wit: Joseph SMITH, Etheldred SMITH" (Received from Audrey Pool)


Notes: Marriage

Per Tuck Wilson.
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George JORDAN




Husband George JORDAN

         Born: Bef 1787
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Father: 
       Mother: Olive JORDAN (Cir 1763-      )





Wife

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Children

General Notes: Husband - George JORDAN

George JORDAN is named in the 1787 LW&T of his grandfather, George JORDAN of Northampton Co, North Carolina: "... to grandson George JORDAN, the son of my daughter Olive JORDAN..."
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Green Hill JORDAN and Elizabeth Taylor SANFORD




Husband Green Hill JORDAN 2818

         Born: 1789 2818
   Christened: 
         Died: 1855 2818
       Buried: 


       Father: Hezekiah JORDAN (Cir 1747-Abt 1812)
       Mother: 


     Marriage: 



Wife Elizabeth Taylor SANFORD

         Born: Cir 1800
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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       Father: Jesse SANFORD, RS (Abt 1763-1827) 413
       Mother: Martha Goodwin MITCHELL (Abt 1771-1827) 413




Children
1 M Jesse J. JORDAN 2817

         Born: Cir 1820
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Amanda BILLINGSLEA (Cir 1821-      ) 2817
         Marr: 7 Mar 1839 - Baldwin County, Georgia


2 F Elizabeth JORDAN 2817

         Born: 
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       Spouse: Henry Walker REYNOLDS (      -      ) 2817



General Notes: Husband - Green Hill JORDAN

Green Hill JORDAN, of Jackson Hill Plantation near Milledgeville, Georgia, married Emily Epps SANFORD.
Green Hill JORDAN's portrait, an oil on canvas, painted in 1852, artist unknown, is contained in the book "Early Georgia Portraits 1715-1870". He must have prided himself on his farming ability because he chose to have his portrait painted while holding a copy of "The American Farmer". He used the book to good advantage since he won a silver coin pitcherfor the best three year old native cow at a fair in 1852.
Green was the grand father of Jordan Gardner.
The following Will abstract indicates that Martha C. SANFORD was a wife of Green H. JORDAN: SANFORD, JESSE 7/14/1818 - 3/5/1827 Wife: Martha G. Children: John W.A. Sanford, Thomas C. Sanford, Ralph M. Sanford, Gordon Sanford, Mary G. Moughon, Martha C. Jordan, Emily Sanford, Camilla Sanford Others mentioned: Sons-in-law - Thomas Moughon, Green H. Jordan; Brother William Sanford; Sterling Bass; David Thomas; John Moore (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/wills/willbka.txt)
Elizabeth Taylor SANFORD is not nmaed in Jesse's will and may have died. Did Green H.JORDAN then marry her sister, Martha C. as this will shows?


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Taylor SANFORD

Elizabeth Taylor SANFORD married Green Hill JORDAN. She was the sister of Emily Epps SANFORD who married Benjamin Smith JORDAN, Green Hill JORDAN's brother.
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VINSON and Hannah JORDAN




Husband VINSON

         Born: 
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     Marriage: 



Wife Hannah JORDAN

         Born: Cir 1753
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       Father: George JORDAN III (Cir 1725-1792)
       Mother: Patience WARREN (1727-      )




Children

General Notes: Husband - VINSON

Hannah JORDAN, named as Hannah VINSON in her father's 1787 LW&T, married _____ VINSON.


General Notes: Wife - Hannah JORDAN

Hannah JORDAN is named in the 1787 LW&T of her father, George JORDAN of Northampton Co, North Carolina: "...to daughter Hannah VINSON..."

Northampton Co, North Carolina -"Will 340 pg 9 George JORDAN 22 December 1787 June Court 1792 to Elizabeth JORDAN the wife of my son Benjamin JORDAN dec'd. three Negroes now in her possession for her life of widowhood to my grandson James JORDAN the son of Benjamin JORDAN, dec'd, the three Negroes after said Elizabeth's death or marriage other Negroes to go to all the children (names not given) of said Benjamin, dec'd, at death of marriage of said Elizabeth to my son Josiah JORDAN several Negroes to son Hezekiah JORDAN my plantation and all my lands, stock and Negroes 20 shillings, Negroes and increase and at death of said Hannah the said Negroes to go to all her children (names not given) to daughter Olive JORDAN 20 shillings and lend her four Negroes during her life and at her death said Negroes and their increase to be equally divided among all her children (names not given) only her son George JORDAN to have no part of said Negroes to grandson George JORDAN, the son of my daughter Olive JORDAN, one Negro boy now in the possession of Thomas JORDAN to my daughter Elizabeth TARVER 20 shillings and lend her one Negro wench for her lifetime to the children (names not given) of said Elizabeth Negroes after her death to my grandson Richard TARVER, the son of my daughter Elizabeth TARVER, one Negro to my daughter Winnefred JORDAN 20 shillings and lend her (several) Negroes for her lifetime and then the said Negroes and their increase to her children (names not given) to daughter Sally JORDAN bed, Negroes, one horse, cows, bed and furniture etc. and sufficient meat for her life to son Hezekiah residue of estate and property lent wife at her death. Extrs: Son Hezekiah JORDAN and friend Lawrence SMITH Wit: Joseph SMITH, Etheldred SMITH" (Received from Audrey Pool)
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Henry JORDAN




Husband Henry JORDAN

         Born: Abt 1841 - Georgia
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       Father: Junius JORDAN (Abt 1824-Bef 1900)
       Mother: Frances H. (Abt 1826-      )





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Henry E. JORDAN, RS and Frances RIVES




Husband Henry E. JORDAN, RS (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Frances RIVES 256

         Born: 
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         Died: 1 Nov 1843 256
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       Father: George RIVES (Cir 1720-Between 1772/1773) 256
       Mother: Sarah COOKE (Abt 1722-      ) 256




Children

General Notes: Wife - Frances RIVES

Frances RIVES went to South Carolina about 1773 with her widowed mother and two brothers, Benjamin and William. 256
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Henry P. JORDAN




Husband Henry P. JORDAN

         Born: Aug 1885 - Arkansas
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       Father: Dr. Junius JORDAN, CSA (Abt 1845-1923)
       Mother: Amelia POPE (1851-      )





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Hezekiah JORDAN




Husband Hezekiah JORDAN

         Born: Cir 1747
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1812 - Morgan County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: George JORDAN III (Cir 1725-1792)
       Mother: Patience WARREN (1727-      )


     Marriage: 



Wife

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Children
1 M Colonel Benjamin Smith JORDAN

         Born: Abt 1793
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 Oct 1856 - Baldwin County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Emily Epps SANFORD (1807-1889)
         Marr: 9 Apr 1823 - Baldwin County, Georgia 2818


2 M Green Hill JORDAN 2818

         Born: 1789 2818
   Christened: 
         Died: 1855 2818
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Elizabeth Taylor SANFORD (Cir 1800-      )



General Notes: Husband - Hezekiah JORDAN

Hezehiah JORDAN is named in the 1787 LW&T of his father, George JORDAN of Northampton Co, North Carolina: " to son Hezekiah JORDAN my plantation and all my lands..." Hezekiah was also an executor of the estate.
Hezekiah Jourdan died ca 1812, will in Morgan Co Ga., and Greenville Co. Va. (Tuck Wilson)


General Notes: Child - Colonel Benjamin Smith JORDAN

1850 Baldwin County, Georgia Slave Census: Benjamin Jordan 79
The family of Benjamin Smith JOURDAN donated Furniture and paintings belonging to Benjamin Smith JOURDAN were donated to the University of Georgia's Hargrett Library and may be seen there. (Tuck Wilson)
"Benjamin Smith Jordan ca. 1793 Oct 11, 1856 West side, Section D, Lot 49, Person 2 Inscription and Notes:"In memory of" this person is written on a monument, not a grave marker. Owner of Westover Plantation. Monument created by R.E. Launitz of New York." (As in the Memory Hill Cemetery Index at http://www.friendsofcems.org/MemoryHill/SQLSelect2.asp?key=WD049002)


General Notes: Child - Green Hill JORDAN

Green Hill JORDAN, of Jackson Hill Plantation near Milledgeville, Georgia, married Emily Epps SANFORD.
Green Hill JORDAN's portrait, an oil on canvas, painted in 1852, artist unknown, is contained in the book "Early Georgia Portraits 1715-1870". He must have prided himself on his farming ability because he chose to have his portrait painted while holding a copy of "The American Farmer". He used the book to good advantage since he won a silver coin pitcherfor the best three year old native cow at a fair in 1852.
Green was the grand father of Jordan Gardner.
The following Will abstract indicates that Martha C. SANFORD was a wife of Green H. JORDAN: SANFORD, JESSE 7/14/1818 - 3/5/1827 Wife: Martha G. Children: John W.A. Sanford, Thomas C. Sanford, Ralph M. Sanford, Gordon Sanford, Mary G. Moughon, Martha C. Jordan, Emily Sanford, Camilla Sanford Others mentioned: Sons-in-law - Thomas Moughon, Green H. Jordan; Brother William Sanford; Sterling Bass; David Thomas; John Moore (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ga/baldwin/wills/willbka.txt)
Elizabeth Taylor SANFORD is not nmaed in Jesse's will and may have died. Did Green H.JORDAN then marry her sister, Martha C. as this will shows?
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Jack Chambers JORDAN and Helen Elizabeth THAMES




Husband Jack Chambers JORDAN

         Born: 1 Aug 1917 - Bradley County, Tennessee
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 Jun 2005 - Sumter County, South Carolina
       Buried: 5 Jun 2005 - Sumter Cemetery, Sumter County, South Carolina
     Marriage: 



Wife Helen Elizabeth THAMES (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Marion Thomas THAMES (Abt 1888-1962)
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth CHILDERS (1889-1973)




Children

General Notes: Husband - Jack Chambers JORDAN

SUMTER - Jack Chambers Jordan, 87, husband of Helen Thames Jordan, died Thursday, June 2, 2005 at his home. Born in Cleveland, Tennessee, August 1917, he moved to Atlanta, Ga. at an early age. He was the son of the late William Barnett Jordan and the late Julie Yates Jordan. Mr. Jordan was the owner of Jack Jordan Tile and was a member of Grace Baptist Church where he served as Deacon and also teacher of the Lambert Sunday School Class. He was a member of the Sumter Lions Club, serving as a past President. He also served as a past District Governor of Lions International. He was presented the "Lion of the Year" award in 1975 and was named a Melvin Jones Fellow. Surviving are his wife of Sumter: two daughters, Susan Jordan Hobbs of Matthews, N.C. and Cathy J. McCullough of Jacksonville, Fla.; two sons, Mark Edward Jordan of Sumter and John Jordan of Minnesota; a sister, Madge J. Hudson of Fayetteville, Ga. and grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Grace Baptist Church with Rev. Dr. James Chandler officiating. Burial will be in the Sumter Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Grace Baptist Church, 219 W. Calhoun Street, Sumter, S.C. 29150, to the Sumter Lions Club, P.O. Box 2513, Sumter, S.C. 29151 or to Tri-County Hospice, 1236-B Wilson Hall Road, Sumter, S.C. 29150. Elmore Hill McCreight Funeral Home and Crematory, 221 Broad Street, Sumter is in charge of the arrangements. [TheState, Columbia, South Carolina, Sunday, June 5, 2005, GenealogyBank.com]
Find A Grave Memorial# 99768311


General Notes: Wife - Helen Elizabeth THAMES

Mr. and Mrs. Marion T. THames of Manning announce the engagement of their daughter, Helen Elizabeth, and Jack C. Jordan of Sumter and Atlanta, Ga., son of Mrs. William B. Jordan and the late Mr. Jordan of atlanta. The wedding date will be announced later. [The State, Columbia, South Carolina, Saturday, February 7, 1953, Page 7]

Mrs. Jack Jordan is named as a surviving daughter in the August 1973 obituary of Mrs. Marion T. Thames.

Helen T. Jordan of Sumter is named as the surviving sister in the August 2001 obituary of Frances B. "Fannie Bell" Broadway.


Notes: Marriage

Sumter, March 7 - Miss Helen Thames of Manning became the bride of Mr. Jack Chambers Jordan of Atlanta and Sumter Feb. 26 at 4 p. m. in the presence of the immediate families and a few friends. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. H. Simpson, pastor of Grace Street Baptist Church in Sumter... Immediately following the marriage the couple left for a wedding trip to Florida. They are at home on Willow drive in Sumter. Mrs. Jordan is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion T. Thames of Manning. For six years she has held a position with the Clarendon County Health Department. Mr. Jordan is a son of Mrs. William B. Jordan of Atlanta and the late Mr. Jordan. He is a partner in the Jordan Tile Co. in Sumter.[The Charleston News and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina, Sunday, March 8, 1953, Page 27]

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Jared JORDAN




Husband Jared JORDAN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Nickolas B. JORDAN III
       Mother: Renee ODOM





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General Notes: Husband - Jared JORDAN

Of Waxahatchie, Texas in 2007.
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Jason JORDAN




Husband Jason JORDAN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Nickolas B. JORDAN III
       Mother: Renee ODOM





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General Notes: Husband - Jason JORDAN

Of Waxahatchie, Texas in 2007.
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Jesse JORDAN and Kate NETTLES




Husband Jesse JORDAN 2817

         Born: Abt 1843
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       Father: Jesse J. JORDAN (Cir 1820-      ) 2817
       Mother: Amanda BILLINGSLEA (Cir 1821-      ) 2817


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Wife Kate NETTLES 2817

         Born: Abt 1845
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John JORDAN and Harriet MITCHELL




Husband John JORDAN (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Harriet MITCHELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Augustus George Cadwell MITCHELL (Abt 1788-Bef 1840)
       Mother: Elizabeth W. HILL (1797-1852)




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1 F Miranda JORDAN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: SWANSON (living)


2 F JORDAN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: WOOLEY (living)



General Notes: Wife - Harriet MITCHELL

See letter by Emily Emeline Mitchell, saved in her General notes.
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Josiah JORDAN and Milly PARKS




Husband Josiah JORDAN

         Born: Cir 1755
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         Died: 1821
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       Father: George JORDAN III (Cir 1725-1792)
       Mother: Patience WARREN (1727-      )


     Marriage: After 1794

 Other Spouse: Judith HILL (Abt 1761-1794)



Wife Milly PARKS

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Children
1 M George Washington JORDAN

         Born: 1808
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       Spouse: Emily C. (1819-1854)



General Notes: Husband - Josiah JORDAN

Josiah JORDAN is named in the 1787 LW&T of his father, George JORDAN of Northampton Co, North Carolina: "... to my son Josiah JORDAN..."

In the Land Lottery of 1804 in Oglethorpe County, Georgia for Revolutionary War services there are records for Warren JOURDAN (orphan), James JOURDAN, Josiah JOURDAN, and James DANIELL, Sr. (From notes of Louisa Caroline Floyd Wilson)
Josiah Jordan who married Judith Hill adopted Warren Jourdan and his three siblings when they were less than 5, after their father was killed by Indians. Warren's brother James married a Blake, whose mother was a Hill, Warren's sister Elizabeth married James Mitchell, Warren's sister Mary married Theophilus Hill, and of course, Warren married a Daniell. (Tuck Wilson)



General Notes: Child - George Washington JORDAN

George Washington JORDAN of Talbot County was the oldest child of Josiah JORDAN and his second wife, Milly PARKS. Born in 1808 and raised in that part of Wilkes that became Oglethorpe, he moved to Talbot County and farmed. He married Emily C. ____. There are 3 children in the 1850 census [Series: M432 Roll: 83 Page: 226]: John, 5; Josiah, 3; and Mary 2.. Emily died in 1854 at age 35. George died in 1881 and his will has not been found.

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Josias JORDAN




Husband Josias JORDAN 2990

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1 F Dorothy JORDAN 2990

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Julia JORDAN




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Wife Julia JORDAN 3422

         Born: Abt 1856 - Alabama 3422
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       Father: Warren Jordan JORDAN (Abt 1831-Bef 1865) 3422
       Mother: Elizabeth T. MYRICK (Abt 1835-      ) 3422




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David Younger MORRIS and Julia Caroline JORDAN




Husband David Younger MORRIS

          AKA: David Young MORRIS
         Born: 8 Dec 1852 - Georgia
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       Buried: 4 Nov 1924 - Earles Chapel Cemetery, Cherokee County, Texas
     Marriage: Jan 1882 - Alabama



Wife Julia Caroline JORDAN

         Born: 10 Dec 1865 - Alabama
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       Buried: 7 Sep 1938 - Earles Chapel Cemetery, Cherokee County, Texas


Children
1 F Elizabeth Ann MORRIS

         Born: 7 Nov 1884 - Cherokee County, Texas
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         Died: 20 Nov 1959 - Dallas County, Texas
       Buried: 23 Nov 1959 - Restland Memorial Park, Dallas County, Texas
       Spouse: John Willie PIPES (1869-1963)



General Notes: Husband - David Younger MORRIS

D. Y. Morris married Jolia [sic] Jackson [sic] on 15 January 1882 in Calhoun County, Alabama. ["Alabama, Marriages, 1816-1957," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FQ9Z-CXQ : accessed 26 Jan 2014), D Y Morris and Jolia Jackson, 15 Jan 1882.]

Dave Young Morris, son of Benjamin and Georgia Morris, was born 8 December 1852 in Georgia and died 3 November 1924 in Jacksonville, Cherokee County, Texas, at age 71 years, 9 months, and 25 days. He was married, wife not named. He was buried on 4 November 1924. Informant was J. N. Bone of Jacksonville, Texas. ["Texas, Deaths and Burials, 1903-1973," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F6TS-GJV : accessed 26 Jan 2014), Dave Young Morris, 04 Nov 1924.]

David Younger Morris is buried in Earles Chapel Cemetery, Jacksonville, Cherokee County, Texas.
Find A Grave Memorial# 16841686 lists his birth in 1852 and death in 1924. The memorial presents this bio:
Dave Y. Morris was a nephew of the Morris brothers, Moses D. Morris, Henry Lewis Morris and Joshua F. Morris. Dave married Miss Julia Jordan in January, 1882, in Alabama. They moved to Jacksonville in the fall of 1883, settling in the New Hope community southwest of town, where they remained until their deaths. Dave Morris was a carpenter by trade, but worked for some years for his uncles at their water mill.


General Notes: Wife - Julia Caroline JORDAN

Benjamin Jordan married Rebecca Murphey on 1 October 1844 in Washington County, Georgia. ["Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KXVQ-7FL : accessed 26 Jan 2014), Benjamin Jordan and Rebecca Murphey, 1844.]

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, District 114; Series: M432 Roll: 72 Page: 35:
517 529 Benjamin Jordan 24 M Farmer GA
Rebecca " 20 F GA
William L. " 4 M GA
Sarah A. M. " 2 F GA

"United States Census, 1860," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MZMC-Z2F : accessed 26 Jan 2014), Ben Jordan, 1860. Affiliate Publication Number M653. Fair Play Dist, Carroll, Georgia, Household 37
Ben Jordan M 33 Geo
Rebecca Jordan F 29 Geo
Wm L Jordan M 13 Geo
Sarah A M Jordan F 11 Geo
Alfred T Jordan M 8 Geo
Martha J Jordan F 6 Geo
Asa Jordan M 4 Geo
Emma Jordan F 0 Geo
Newton Hays M 22 Geo

Julia Jordan was born in 1865 in Buchanan, Haralson County, Georgia [Jackie Ann Early Ford]

Benjamin Jordan married Sarah A. Bennett on 15 Jul 1879 in Calhoun County, Alabama. "Alabama, Marriages, 1816-1957," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FQ9C-K82 : accessed 26 Jan 2014), Benjamin Jordan and Sarah A Bennett, 15 Jul 1879.

"United States Census, 1880," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M4JQ-NG8 : accessed 26 Jan 2014), Benjamin Jordan, Davisville, Calhoun, Alabama, United States; citing sheet 686B, family 0, NARA microfilm publication T9-0005
Benjamin Jordan Self M 50 Georgia GA GA
Sarah A. Jordan Wife F 28 Alabama AL AL
Sarah A. Jordan Dau F 33 Georgia GA GA
George L. Jordan Son M 18 Georgia GA GA
Mary P. Jordan Dau F 15 Georgia GA GA
July [sic, Julie] Jordan Dau F 13 Georgia GA GA
Orlevia Jordan Dau F 11 Georgia GA GA
[Note: Sarah A. Bennett Jordan, wife, age 28, was the step-mother of Benjamin's children. RLD]

Julia Caroline Morris, daughter of Benjamin Jordan, was born 10 December 1865 in Alabama, died 5 September 1938 in Cherokee County, Texas, at age 72. She was the widow of D. Y. Morris. Informant was Sam Morris of Jacksonville, Texas. Certificate Number 40501. ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K3MC-ZH8 : accessed 26 Jan 2014), Julia Caroline Morris, 05 Sep 1938; citing certificate number 40501, State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 2117822.]

Julia Caroline Jordan, wife of David Younger Morris, is buried in Earles Chapel Cemetery, Jacksonville, Cherokee County, Texas.
Find A Grave Memorial# 16841737 lists her birth in 1865 and her death in 1938.


General Notes: Child - Elizabeth Ann MORRIS

Elizabeth Ann Pipes, born 7 Nov 1884 in Jacksonville, Texas, died 20 November 1959 in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas at age 75. She was a daughter of David Y. Morris and Julia Ann Jordan and was a housewife. Informant was Mrs. Jack Early, daughter. Certificate Number 60832. ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K34X-SND : accessed 25 Jan 2014), Elizabeth Ann Pipes, 20 Nov 1959; citing certificate number 60832, State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 2115990.]

Elizabeth Ann is buried in Garden of the Gospel, Restland Memorial Park, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas. A picture of her headstone, shared with her husband, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 99517655:

ELIZABETH ANN JOHN W.
1884 - 1959 1869 - 1963
PIPES

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Julian JORDAN




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       Father: Junius JORDAN (Abt 1824-Bef 1900)
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Junius JORDAN




Husband Junius JORDAN

         Born: Mar 1890 - Arkansas
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       Father: Dr. Junius JORDAN, CSA (Abt 1845-1923)
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General Notes: Husband - Junius JORDAN

1920 U.S. Census, Arkansas, Jefferson County, 2-Wd Pine Bluff, Vaugine, 19 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 67 Page: 139: 415 11 11 HOWELL Frances Head F W 36 Wd AR AR AR; ...; JORDAN, Junius, Jr. Boarder M W 32 S AR AL MS Cotton Buyer. (Note: Frances HOWELL, 36, may be Junius' older sister. RLD)
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Dr. Junius JORDAN, CSA and Amelia POPE




Husband Dr. Junius JORDAN, CSA

         Born: Abt 1845 - Alabama
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       Father: Junius JORDAN (Abt 1824-Bef 1900)
       Mother: Frances H. (Abt 1826-      )


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Wife Amelia POPE

         Born: Aug 1851 - Tennessee
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1 F Frances JORDAN

         Born: Nov 1882 - Arkansas
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2 M Henry P. JORDAN

         Born: Aug 1885 - Arkansas
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3 M Junius JORDAN

         Born: Mar 1890 - Arkansas
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General Notes: Husband - Dr. Junius JORDAN, CSA

Thought to be the son of Junius JORDAN of Barbour County, Alabama.

1870 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Lowndes County, Columbus, Columbus P O, 19 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 738 Page: 236 (Partial): 718 995 STRONG E. H. 46 M W Physician 26.000 15,000 GA; --Rebecca 35 F W Keeps house __ 1500 GA;...(5 children); JORDAN, Junius 23 M W Lawyer AL;... Nearby, page 235, is 706 978 POPE Henry 50 M W Planter AL; -- Mary 38 F W Keeps house 80.000 15,000 TN; --Amelia 18 F W At home TN; Bettie 14 F W At school TN; Mary 16 F W At school TN. (This Amelia POPE is the future wife of Junius JORDAN in Jefferson County, Arkansas.)

Junius JORDAN, born circa 1845, is in Jefferson County, Arkansas in 1889 and is part of a group founding the United Confederate Veterans: "...Some thirty years after the close of the War Between the States, two groups of individuals were formed to Remember the Fallen; Honor the Living; and to Serve those in Need. These are the Men in Gray that served and those who fell in the service of the Confederate States. As was typical of the day in the 1890's, one was a group of men and the other was a group of women, both with the same cause and objectives...The Veterans of the Confederacy organized as "United Confederate Veterans" and the wives, daughters, granddaughters and nieces organized as "Daughters of the Confederacy". United Confederate Veterans The Veterans of the Confederacy met at the Jefferson County Courthouse on June 13, 1889 to organize and plan for the building of a Home for old and disabled Confederate soldiers... Reverend Father John M. LUCEY presented the objectives of the Confederate meeting that had been held in Little Rock, and reported that a number of Confederates met, organized temporarily, and took up subscriptions with the view of building in Arkansas, a Home for Confederate soldiers of the State. He stated that the meeting was enthusiastic and a considerable sum of money was subscribed and that a meeting of all of the Counties was called to convene in Little Rock on July 4, 1889 for the purpose of organizing a state association. As a result of the presentation, a motion was made that all Confederates who desired to join the organization be requested to give the secretary their names for enrollment. Seventy-four Confederates enrolled. Met L. JONES then moved that a permanent committee on organization be appointed by the Chair. The motion was carried and the following comrades were appointed: Met L. JONES, Reverend John M. LUCEY, J. M. HUDSON, Thomas H. COLLIER, P. G. HENRY and Junius JORDAN. The meeting was adjourned until Friday evening June 21, 1889, at the Courthouse in Pine Bluff...
Junius J. Jordan, Dr. Junius Jordan was a native of Alabama and served in Eldridge's Battalion of Alabama Artillery. After the War Between the States Junius Jordan came to Arkansas and located in Pine Bluff where he established "Jordan's Academy". He earned three scholastic degrees from the University of Alabama, two M.A. degrees and one L.L.D. Dr. Jordan was superintendent of public schools in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, for 21 years.
Junius JORDAN was appointed to the permanent committee on the organization of the John Ed Murray Camp, united Confederate Veterans on June 21, 1889, and was a member of the Camp until his death on October 12, 1923. Dr. Jordan's wife, Amelia Pope JORDAN, was a member of the David O. Dodd Chapter No. 212, UDC. The former students of "Jordan's Academy' and members of the John Ed Murray Camp. UCV served as honorary pallbearers. At the request of Junius JORDAN he was buried with the buttons from the Confederate uniforms which he wore throughout the War Between the States and the Confederate flag that he brought with him, concealed in the lining of his coat, when he came to Arkansas." (http://www.couchgenweb.com/civilwar/ucv2.html 2001 by EDWARD G. GERDES <egerdes@cox-internet.com> all rights reserved. This information may be used by libraries and genealogical societies, however, commercial use of this information is strictly prohibited without prior permission. If copied, this copyright notice must appear with the information. This page is not associated with USGenweb or Rootsweb and the information on these pages is not to be used or copied by them.)

1900 U. S. Census, Arkansas, Washington County, 2-Wd Fayetteville, 2 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 79 Page: 241: 38 40 JORDAN Junius Head W M Sep 1848 51 M 26 AL VA SC Teacher; JORDAN Amelia Wife W F Aug 1851 48 M 26 4 4 MS AL TN; JORDAN, Frances Dau W F Nov 1882 17 S AR AL TN; JORDAN Henry P. Son W M Aug 1885 14 S AR AL TN; JORDAN Junius (Jr.) Son W M Mar 1890 10 S AR AL TN. (Note: Listed in the 1900 census index as "Jurvas JORDAN". Curiously, Amelia was born in Mississippi per this census and in Tennessee per the 1870, but the mother of the children is born in Tennessee, as was Amelia's mother; enumerator errors? RLD)

1920 U.S. Census, Arkansas, Jefferson County, 2-Wd Pine Bluff, Vaugine, 19 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 67 Page: 139: 415 11 11 HOWELL Frances Head F W 36 Wd AR AR AR; ...; JORDAN, Junius, Jr. Boarder M W 32 S AR AL MS Cotton Buyer. (Note: Frances HOWELL, 36, may be Junius' older sister. RLD)


General Notes: Wife - Amelia POPE

1870 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Lowndes County, Columbus, Columbus P O, 19 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 738 Page: 236 (Partial): 718 995 STRONG E. H. 46 M W Physician 26.000 15,000 GA; --Rebecca 35 F W Keeps house __ 1500 GA;...(5 children); JORDAN, Junius 23 M W Lawyer AL;... Nearby, page 235, is 706 978 POPE Henry 50 M W Planter AL; -- Mary 38 F W Keeps house 80.000 15,000 TN; --Amelia 18 F W At home TN; Bettie 14 F W At school TN; Mary 16 F W At school TN. (This Amelia POPE is the future wife of Junius JORDAN in Jefferson County, Arkansas.)


General Notes: Child - Frances JORDAN

1920 U.S. Census, Arkansas, Jefferson County, 2-Wd Pine Bluff, Vaugine, 19 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 67 Page: 139: 415 11 11 HOWELL Frances Head F W 36 Wd AR AR AR; ...; JORDAN, Junius, Jr. Boarder M W 32 S AR AL MS Cotton Buyer. (Note: Frances HOWELL, 36, may be Junius' older sister. RLD)


General Notes: Child - Junius JORDAN

1920 U.S. Census, Arkansas, Jefferson County, 2-Wd Pine Bluff, Vaugine, 19 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 67 Page: 139: 415 11 11 HOWELL Frances Head F W 36 Wd AR AR AR; ...; JORDAN, Junius, Jr. Boarder M W 32 S AR AL MS Cotton Buyer. (Note: Frances HOWELL, 36, may be Junius' older sister. RLD)
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John OUZTS and Katharyn JORDAN




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       Father: Captain William Kendall JORDAN, M.D., USA, WWII (1906-1993)
       Mother: Lt. (J. G.) Mary Katherine BUTTS, USN, WWII, M.D. (1907-2013)




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General Notes: Wife - Katharyn JORDAN

Katharyn Jordan Ouzts and her husband John of Mt. Pleasant SC, is named as a surviving daughter in the November 2013 obituary of Mary Katherine Butts Jordan.
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Lulu JORDAN




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Wife Lulu JORDAN 3422

         Born: 1860 - Barbour County, Alabama 3422
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       Father: Warren Jordan JORDAN (Abt 1831-Bef 1865) 3422
       Mother: Elizabeth T. MYRICK (Abt 1835-      ) 3422




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M. J. JORDAN




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       Father: Warren JORDAN (Abt 1822-      )
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Hartwell Raines MITCHELL and Martha JORDAN




Husband Hartwell Raines MITCHELL

         Born: 9 Feb 1785
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       Father: Thomas Goodwyn MITCHELL, RS-VA (1756-1826) 2890
       Mother: Anne RAINES (1762-1832) 2890


     Marriage: 21 Aug 1806 - Oglethorpe County, Georgia



Wife Martha JORDAN

         Born: Abt 1790
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       Father: Josiah JORDAN (Cir 1755-1821)
       Mother: Judith HILL (Abt 1761-1794)




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Martha JORDAN




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Wife Martha JORDAN

         Born: Abt 1848 - Alabama
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       Father: Junius JORDAN (Abt 1824-Bef 1900)
       Mother: Frances H. (Abt 1826-      )




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Martin JORDAN




Husband Martin JORDAN

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       Father: Warren JORDAN (Abt 1822-      )
       Mother: Winnie WRIGHT (Abt 1831-      )





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Mary JORDAN




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       Father: Warren JORDAN (Abt 1822-      )
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James ROGERS and Mary JORDAN




Husband James ROGERS 4291

         Born: 1652
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       Father: James ROGERS (1615-1687) 4291
       Mother: Elizabeth ROWLAND (1621-1709) 4291


     Marriage: Bef 1675



Wife Mary JORDAN 4291

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1 M James ROGERS 4291

         Born: 1675
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SWANSON and Miranda JORDAN




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       Father: John JORDAN
       Mother: Harriet MITCHELL




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Nicholas B. JORDAN, Jr.




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General Notes: Child - Nickolas B. JORDAN III

Of Waxahatchie, Texas in 2007.
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Nickolas B. JORDAN III and Renee ODOM




Husband Nickolas B. JORDAN III (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: J. B. ODOM (1917-1982)
       Mother: Wynell DANIELL (1921-2007)




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2 M Jason JORDAN (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Nickolas B. JORDAN III

Of Waxahatchie, Texas in 2007.


General Notes: Wife - Renee ODOM

Lives in Chandler, Texas.


General Notes: Child - Jared JORDAN

Of Waxahatchie, Texas in 2007.


General Notes: Child - Jason JORDAN

Of Waxahatchie, Texas in 2007.
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Olive JORDAN




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Wife Olive JORDAN

         Born: Cir 1763
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       Father: George JORDAN III (Cir 1725-1792)
       Mother: Patience WARREN (1727-      )




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1 M George JORDAN

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General Notes: Wife - Olive JORDAN

Olive JORDAN is named in the 1787 LW&T of her father, George JORDAN of Northampton Co, North Carolina: "... to daughter Olive JORDAN... to grandson George JORDAN, the son of my daughter Olive JORDAN"


General Notes: Child - George JORDAN

George JORDAN is named in the 1787 LW&T of his grandfather, George JORDAN of Northampton Co, North Carolina: "... to grandson George JORDAN, the son of my daughter Olive JORDAN..."
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Paul Arnold JORDAN, Jr. and Lisa Ann McGLAMORY




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2 F Dakota Cheyanne JORDAN (details suppressed for this person)

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Paul Arnold JORDAN III




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       Father: Paul Arnold JORDAN, Jr.
       Mother: Lisa Ann McGLAMORY





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Sally JORDAN




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Wife Sally JORDAN

         Born: Cir 1770
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       Father: George JORDAN III (Cir 1725-1792)
       Mother: Patience WARREN (1727-      )




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General Notes: Wife - Sally JORDAN

Sally JORDAN is named in the 1787 LW&T of his father, George JORDAN of Northampton Co, North Carolina: "... to daughter Sally JORDAN..."
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Thomas SANFORD and Sarah B. JORDAN




Husband Thomas SANFORD

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       Father: Jesse SANFORD, RS (Abt 1763-1827) 413
       Mother: Martha Goodwin MITCHELL (Abt 1771-1827) 413


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Wife Sarah B. JORDAN

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       Father: James JORDAN (1782-1829)
       Mother: Mary BLAKE (      -      )




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General Notes: Husband - Thomas SANFORD

"Thomas Sanford was the son of Jesse Sanford and Martha Goodwin Mitchell." [Tuck Wilson]


General Notes: Wife - Sarah B. JORDAN

"James Jourdan and Polly have a daughter, Sarah B. Jourdan that marries Thomas Sanford." [Tuck Wilson]
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WALKER and Sarah Winnifred JORDAN




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       Father: Burwell JORDAN (Cir 1815-      )
       Mother: Sarah Winnifred BLAKE (Abt 1820-      )




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Nathaniel Raines MITCHELL and Temperance JORDAN




Husband Nathaniel Raines MITCHELL

         Born: 1788
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       Father: Thomas Goodwyn MITCHELL, RS-VA (1756-1826) 2890
       Mother: Anne RAINES (1762-1832) 2890


     Marriage: 6 Oct 1806 - Oglethorpe County, Georgia



Wife Temperance JORDAN

         Born: 1792
   Christened: 
         Died: 1843
       Buried: 


       Father: Josiah JORDAN (Cir 1755-1821)
       Mother: Judith HILL (Abt 1761-1794)




Children
1 F Ann Green Lee MITCHELL

         Born: 1826
   Christened: 
         Died: 1890
       Buried: 




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Warren JORDAN and Winnie WRIGHT




Husband Warren JORDAN

         Born: Abt 1822 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 3 Nov 1849 - Russell County, Alabama



Wife Winnie WRIGHT

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


Children
1 M Martin JORDAN

         Born: Abt 1849 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Mary JORDAN

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



3 F Cynthia JORDAN

         Born: Abt 1851 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F Sarah Mae JORDAN

         Born: Abt 1853 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Thomas ARLEDGE (living)


5 M William JORDAN

         Born: Abt 1856 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F M. J. JORDAN

         Born: Abt 1861 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




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Warren Jordan JORDAN and Elizabeth T. MYRICK




Husband Warren Jordan JORDAN 3422

         Born: Abt 1831 - Georgia 3422
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1865 3420
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 21 Dec 1852 - Crawford County, Georgia



Wife Elizabeth T. MYRICK 3422

         Born: Abt 1835 - Georgia 3422
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Calvin JORDAN 3422

         Born: Abt 1854 - Alabama 3422
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Julia JORDAN 3422

         Born: Abt 1856 - Alabama 3422
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Mary Elizabeth JORDAN 3422

         Born: Abt 1857 - Alabama 3422
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Richard Lemuel BUTT, Jr. (1856-      ) 3421
         Marr: 22 May 1881 - Bullock County, Alabama 3420


4 F Lulu JORDAN 3422

         Born: 1860 - Barbour County, Alabama 3422
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Warren Jordan JORDAN

Who are the parents of this Warren Jordan who married Elizabeth T. Myrick?
1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, Midway P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1 Page: 601: 956 744 W. J. JORDAN 29 M W Farmer 7000 25,000 GA; E. T. " 25 F W GA; Calvin " 6 M W AL; Julia " 4 F W AL; Mary " 3 F W AL; [No name, Lulu in 1870] " 8/12 F W AL.



General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth T. MYRICK

"In the 1850 US Census Monroe County, Elizabeth T. Myrick is 15, living in what appears to be a large orphanage or coed boarding school (if they existed)." [Tuck Wilson]


Notes: Marriage

Elizabeth T. Myrick to Warren J. Jordan (Jr), 21 Dec 1852, Crawford County (Marriage index, AL, GA, SC 1641-1944).

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William JORDAN




Husband William JORDAN

         Born: Abt 1856 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Warren JORDAN (Abt 1822-      )
       Mother: Winnie WRIGHT (Abt 1831-      )





Wife

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

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Winnefred JORDAN




Husband

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



Wife Winnefred JORDAN

         Born: Cir 1768
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: George JORDAN III (Cir 1725-1792)
       Mother: Patience WARREN (1727-      )




Children

General Notes: Wife - Winnefred JORDAN

Winnefred JORDAN is named in the 1787 LW&T of her father, George JORDAN of Northampton Co, North Carolina: "...to my daughter Winnefred JORDAN..."
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Thomas Raysor SALLEY and Katherine JOSEY




Husband Thomas Raysor SALLEY 3323

         Born: Apr 1890 - South Carolina 2443,3323
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John Jones SALLEY, Jr. (1847-1891) 13,14
       Mother: Hannah Julia RAYSOR (1851-      ) 51,745


     Marriage: 1921 3323



Wife Katherine JOSEY 3323

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Thomas Raysor SALLEY, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M John J. SALLEY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M George Elmore SALLEY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Thomas Raysor SALLEY

In 1920, Thomas Raysor SALLEY, 38, single, resides in the home of his sister, "Lizzie", and her husband, Jefferson S. SALLEY, Sr. in Orangeburg, South Carolina. 1611
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James MITCHELL and Elizabeth JOURDAN




Husband James MITCHELL

         Born: Abt 1776 - Dinwiddie County, Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: Between 5 Jul 1826 and 17 Sep 1827 - Jones County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: Lt. John MITCHELL, RS-VA (1748-1804) 679,1840
       Mother: Sarah THWEATT (1761-Bef 1807) 531,1328


     Marriage: 2 Aug 1798 - Oglethorpe County, Georgia



Wife Elizabeth JOURDAN

         Born: Abt 1780
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Benjamin JORDAN (1757-1787)
       Mother: Elizabeth HARVEY (1759-      )




Children
1 M James MITCHELL

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Uriah G. MITCHELL

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 21 Jan 1859
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ann POPE (      -      )


3 M Randolph MITCHELL, Sr. 2798

         Born: Abt 1800 - Georgia 2798
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1860 182
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Avery GRIFFIN (      -      )
       Spouse: Martha DENSON (Between 1819/1826-      ) 2798
         Marr: 7 Aug 1840 - Harris County, Georgia


4 F Sarah T. MITCHELL

         Born: Cal 7 Apr 1801 - Hancock County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 Jun 1833 - Jones County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Swepson TAYLOR (1796-1854)


5 M Major Warren Jourdan MITCHELL, Texas War for Independence

         Born: Cir 1802 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 Mar 1836 - Goliad Massacre, Texas
       Buried: 



6 M Pvt. Washington MITCHELL, Texas War for Independence

         Born: Cir 1804 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 Mar 1836 - Goliad Massacre, Texas
       Buried: 



7 F Maria MITCHELL

         Born: Abt 1805
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 Jul 1817 - Hancock County, Georgia
       Buried: 



8 M Edward T. MITCHELL, Texas War for Independence

         Born: Cir 1808 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 Mar 1836 - The Alamo, San Antonio, Texas
       Buried: 



9 F Lucy MITCHELL

         Born: Cir 1812 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Benjamin BLAKE (      -      )


10 F Elizabeth B. MITCHELL 936

         Born: Cir 1814 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1850
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Hopkins HOLSEY (1795-1859) 3664,4703
         Marr: 27 Jun 1826 - Hancock County, Georgia 4704


11 F Georgia Ann MITCHELL

         Born: Cir 1818 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Henry Goodwin MITCHELL (      -      ) 2905


12 M Robert G. MITCHELL 1039

         Born: Abt 1820 - Georgia 1039
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Jane (Abt 1824-      ) 1039
         Marr: Bef 1846


13 M Benjamin J. J. MITCHELL

         Born: 15 Nov 1820 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 Jun 1855 - Barbour County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Cemetery on old Glenville Road about 1 mile north of Glenville Plantation
       Spouse: Sarah (living)


14 M Patrick Henry MITCHELL

         Born: 22 May 1822 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 Nov 1848 - Barbour County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Cemetery on old Glenville Road about 1 mile north of Glenville Plantation
       Spouse: Sarah Geraldine JOURDAN (1829-1879) 2179,2248
         Marr: After 14 Feb 1847



General Notes: Husband - James MITCHELL

Southern Recorder, Sep. 17, 1827, page 3: "And whereas Randolph MITCHELL applies for letters of administration on the estate of his father, James MITCHELL, dec'd: ..."


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth JOURDAN

Oglethorpe County, Georgia Marriage Records, 1794-1852 by Fred W. McRee, Jr., page 43: James Mitchell to Elizabeth Jordan, 2 Aug 1798.
The Early Records of Georgia, Volume II, Wilkes County
JORDAN, BENJAMIN dec'd. Receipt of Daniel Terrondet, R. P., for pay for letters of administration to Josiah Jordan Apr. 15, 1789. Receipt of Benj. Jordan to Hezekiah Jordan for money in order to run land "if there be any had worth running," Jan. 1, 1787. Acct. of Josiah Jordan against Benj. Jordan for bacon etc, Va. currency Aug. 1783, equal to so much Ga. currency.
Elizabeth Jordan, admx of Benj. Jordan, dec'd. Elizabeth confesses judgement Nov. 4, 1788. Receipt of David Criswell to Josiah Jordan, admr for tax 1789. Bond of Josiah Jordan as gdn to Jas. Lucy, Elizabeth and Warren Jordan, minors of Benj. Jordan, dec'd. Jan. 23, 1792, Benj. Blake and Henry A. Pope, Sec. List of property of Jas. Jordan, from his grandfather Geo. Jordan, dec'd. received by Josiah Jordan gdn, Dec. 31, 1799, viz, slaves Jeffrey, and Ephraim. Receipt of Josiah as gdn to est of Benj. Jordan, dec'd. 24 slaves etc. Paid Jos. O'Neal tuition
End of Page 244 - The Early Records of Georgia, Volume II, Wilkes County - Start of Page 245
for all 1794. Returns for 1802 paid Henry Hill for Warren's board. Paid Jas. Echols for Warren going to singing school. Paid Dr. Jas. Bradley. Paid Theopilus Hill, Warren's board 1803, let Warren buy a horse. Paid Hope Hull 7 months board for Warren 1804. Paid Wm. Prince tuition. Receipt of Jas. Jordan Jan. 1, 1803 to Josiah Jordan, gdn for his legacy from the est of Benj. Jordan and two slaves left him by his grandfather Geo. Jordan. Receipt of Jas. Mitchell to Josiah Jordan, gdn for Betsy Jordans legacy. Receipt of Theophilus Hill for Polly Jordans legacy, same date.
[Bliss Kaye, March 01, 2011 bliss_kaye@hotmail.com]


Notes: Marriage

Oglethorpe County, Georgia Marriage Records, 1794-1852 by Fred W. McRee, Jr., page 43: James Mitchell to Elizabeth Jordan, 2 Aug 1798.


General Notes: Child - Uriah G. MITCHELL

"Uriah MITCHELL son of Uriah G. MITCHELL decsd." [Deposition of Catherine B. MITCHELL naming the heirs of E. T., Warren Jourdan, and Washington MITCHELL, 21 January 1859]


General Notes: Child - Randolph MITCHELL, Sr.

Randolph MITCHELL, born about 1800, was a son of James MITCHELL and Elizabeth JOURDAN. He applied for letters of administration of his father's estate.

Southern Recorder, Sep. 17, 1827, page 3: "And whereas Randolph MITCHELL applies for letters of administration on the estate of his father, James MITCHELL, dec'd: ..."

Randolph Mitchell married Martha B. Denson on 7 August 1840. [Harris County Marriages, http://genealogytrails.com/geo/harris/marriages.html]

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, Division 23; Series: M432 Roll: 1 Page: 213:
- 2 Randolph MITCHELL 50 M 2000 GA;
Martha 30 F NC;
Napoleon 20 M Student GA;
Leonidas 15 M Student GA;
Randolph 9 M Ga;
Martha 1 F AL;
Benjamin MITCHELL 26 M Physician GA.

Randolph MITCHELL, Sr. is not named with his family in the 1860 census. His wife Martha, 35, has their four children with her.


General Notes: Child - Sarah T. MITCHELL

"DIED, in Jones county, Ga. on the 28th June, Mrs. SAHAH T> TAYLOR, consort of Swepson Taylor, aged thirty-two years, two months and twenty-one days... member of the Methodist Episcopal Church... a few moments before she died exclaimed, "Jesus is precious to my soul." and then, without a struggle or groan, breathe her last - leaving a disconsolate husband and three children, together with numerous relations and friends to lament her irreparable loss." [The Federal Union, Milledgeville, Ga. August 1, 1833, p.1]

"Elizabeth FLANNEGAN Daughter of Swepson TAILOR [sic] who married Sarah MITCHELL now deceasd Residing Auburn Macon County Ala" [Deposition of Catherine B. MITCHELL naming the heirs of E. T., Warren Jourdan, and Washington MITCHELL, 21 January 1859]


General Notes: Child - Major Warren Jourdan MITCHELL, Texas War for Independence

Major Warren Jourdan MITCHELL was a member of the Georgia Battalion, lead by William WARD which fought in the Texas War for Independence. He was in action at the battles of Rufugio and Encinal del Perdido at Coleto Creek in Goliad County on March 19 and 20, 1836. He was among the Americans killed by Mexican soldiers in the infamous "Fannin's Massacre" at Goliad Prison. On orders from the Mexican General Santa Ana, Colonel James W. FANNIN, Jr. and all his entire command, together with William WARD and the Georgia Battalion, who had surrendered and were imprisoned at Goliad, were marched out of the prison and executed on Palm Sunday, March 27, 1836.
Texas Adjutant General Service Records, 1836-1935 [on line files not available as of 1/25/2005. RLD] Name: MITCHELL, W. A.; Organization: FB; Call Number: 401-164 (http://www2.tsl.state.tx.us/service/FB/m/mi/mit14711.pdf); Image Name: FB/m/mi/mit14711.pdf <http://www2.tsl.state.tx.us/service/FB/m/mi/mit14711.pdf>
MITCHELL, EDWIN T. (1806-1836). Edwin T. MITCHELL, Alamo defender, was born in 1806. He served in the Alamo garrison as a member of Capt. Robert White'sqv Bexar Guards. MITCHELL died in the battle of the Alamoqv on March 6, 1836, possibly bayonetted while trying to protect Juana N. Alsbury.qv His brother, DeWarren MITCHELL , died in the Goliad Massacre.qv (http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/view/MM/fmi83.html)

"Warren Jourdan MITCHELL" is named in the application of the heirs of Washington MITCHELL for head right, bounty and donation land for his service to the Republic of Texas, [https://scandocs.glo.state.tx.us/webfiles/landgrants/pdfs/1/9/5/195471.pdf]


General Notes: Child - Pvt. Washington MITCHELL, Texas War for Independence

Washington MITCHELL and his brother, Warren, were members of the Georgia Battalion, lead by William WARD which fought in the Texas War for Independence. He was in action at the battles of Rufugio and Encinal del Perdido at Coleto Creek in Goliad County on March 19 and 20, 1836. Washington and Warren MITCHELL were among the Americans killed by Mexican soldiers in the infamous "Fannin's Massacre" at Goliad Prison. On orders from the Mexican General Santa Ana, Colonel James W. FANNIN, Jr. and all his entire command, together with William WARD and the Georgia Battalion, who had surrendered and were imprisoned at Goliad, were marched out of the prison and executed on Palm Sunday, March 27, 1836.

Texas Adjutant General Service Records, 1836-1935 Name: Mitchell, W. A.; Organization: FB; Call Number: 401-164
"War Department, Austin, Sept 2 1841
This Certificate entitles Washington MITCHELL Decsd to pay from the last payment made to him, to 27th March 1836, as Private in Capt TICHNOR's company, under Col. FANNIN ... He entered the service of the Republic of Texas on the 19th day of November 1835. Thos. G. GORDON is entitled to acquire[?] his pay as the Atty of the kins.
[Signed] B. T. ARCHER Secretary of war."
(http://www.tsl.state.tx.us/arc/repclaims/viewdetails.php?id=55883&set=1&img=07200500#07200500)

Heirs of E. T. MITCHELL, Warren Jourdan MITCHELL, and Washington MITCHELL from depositions in Barbour County, Alabama in response to two questions as requested by the State of Texas, Office of Commissioner of Claims, dated 11 November 1858. Deponents were: "Americus MITCHELL, Catherine MITCHELL, and Miss Sarah M. BLOUNT."
By Catherine MITCHELL:
to interrogatory 1st, "I knew the family from the date of 1820 or thereabouts and the persons named in said interrogotory from the date Twenty five untill they left for Tsas [sic] about thirty four or five and in the state of Georgia Jones and Harris Counties - They never returned from said State of Texas and were said to have been killed in the Mexican Warr and from all the curcumstances - deponent believes they were -"
To interrogatory 2nd: "the Heirs of said Parties named in first interrogatory are as follows - to wit - Robert G. MITCHELL residing in the City of Columbus, Julius HOLSEY residing in the town of Oglethorp [sic] Georgia Martha MITCHELL Widow of Randolph MITCHELL decsd and her children Randolph MITCHELL Elizabeth MITCHELL + Claramand MITCHELL. Uriah MITCHELL son of Uriah G. MITCHELL decsd Jeraldine MITCHELL widow of Patrick MITCHELL decsd havg no children and Napoleon b. MITCHELL son of Randolph MITCHELL decsd all living at Glenville Barbour County Ala - Sarah MITCHELL Widow of Benjamin MITCHELL decsds without chlidren residing in Russel [sic] County Ala Elizabeth FLANNEGAN Daughter of Swepson TAILOR who married Sarah MITCHELL now deceasd Residing Auburn Macon County Ala, Clark TAILOR the brother of the last named Heir, Elizabeth FLANNEGIN residing in the state of Mississippi. Henry G. MITCHELL in Right of his wife Georgeann MITCHELL residing in in Legrange Tennessee. James HARRIS son of Wiley HARRIS who married Mary Ann MITCHELL Daughter of Randolph MITCHELL descd Residing in Russel cty Ala. Deponent further states that she is acquainted with all the above named Heairs and know them to be the Heirs of E. T., Wash + Warren J. MITCHELL. [signed] Catherine MITCHELL" 21 January 1859.
By Americus MITCHELL:
to interrogatory 1st: "I knew the Brothers stated in the Interrogatory - I knew them in the State of Georgia Jones + Harris county - from about the Date of 1828 to the time they left for Texas say Thirty four or five - They never returned from said Expedition to Texa and witness is bound to believe from all the circumstances they were killed in the Mexican Warr.
to Interrogatory 2nd: The Heirs are as follows Robert G. MITCHELL who lives in the State of Georgia City of Columbus - Julius HOLSEY Oglethorp Georgia - Martha MITCHELL ["+ her three" lined out] widow of Randolph MITCHELL decsd and her children Randolph MITCHELL Elizabeth + claramand MITCHELL Uriah MITCHELL son of Uriah G. MITCHELL descd Jeraldine [sic] MITCHELL widow of Patrick MITCHELL decsd having no children + Napolian [sic] B. MITCHELL son of Randolph MITCHELL decsd all living at Glenville Barbour County Ala - Sarah MITCHELL widow of Benjamin MITCHEL [sic] now decsd Residing in Auburn Macon County, Ala. Clark TAILOR the Brother of the last named Heair Elizabeth FLANNEGAN -residing in the State of Mississippi, Henry G. MITCHELL in Right of his wife Georgi [sic] Ann MITCHELL residing in Lagrange Tennessee - Deponent further states that he is acquainted with all the above named Heirs and knows them to be the Heirs of E. T. + Wash + Warren J. MITCHELL. [signed] Americus C. MITCHELL" 21 January 1859
By Miss Sarah BLOUNT:
to interrogatory 1st: "Witness states she knew Warren and Washington MITCHELL in the State of Georgia, Jones County for many years does not recollect the first acquaintance, ["but know they left for Texas not" lined out] having left Jones County about Thirty five myself. I heard no more from them untill I head [sic] they were killed.
to interrogatory 2nd: "Witness answers she knows the following Heirs of said parties named in first interroatory, as follows to wit. Randolph MITCHELL decsd residing in Glenville Barbour County Ala - Benjamin MITCHELL decsd residing in Pineville Barbour County Ala - Patrick H. MITCHELL decsd resided also at Glenville Barbour county, Ala - Uriah MITCHELL decsd resided also at Glenville Ala. Robert MITCHELL residing in the City of Columbus- Georgia - Georgia MITCH [sic], residing in Lagrange, Tennessee, Julius HOLSEY residing in Oglethorp, Georgia - James HARRIS grandson of Randolph MITCHELL decsd Russel [sic] County, Ala - ["Sallie M", lined out] deponent knows of her own self nothing more - [signed] Sarah M. BLOUNT" 21 January 1859
J. L. WILIAMS, Judge of Probate, certified the above depositions.
[Transcriptions by Robert Louis Daniell, 17 January 2011, from hand writtened documents posted at <https://scandocs.glo.state.tx.us/webfiles/landgrants/pdfs/1/9/5/195471.pdf>]


General Notes: Child - Maria MITCHELL

Maria MTCHELL was born about 1805 and died 15 July 1817. "Departed this life on the 15th ult. after a severe illness of three days, in the thirteenth year of her age, Miss Maria MITCHELL, daughter of James and Elizabeth MITCHELL of Hancock County." [The Journal, Milledgeville, August 5, 1817, p. 3]


General Notes: Child - Edward T. MITCHELL, Texas War for Independence

On March 6, 1836, Edward (or Edwin) MITCHELL was killed at the Battle of the Alamo by Mexican soldiers during the Texas War for Independence. Napolean Bonaparte MITCHELL, his cousin, is also named as among the defenders of the Alamo.
The Defenders of the Alamo - Name, Place of Origin
Edwin T. Mitchell
Napoleon B. Mitchell
(http://hotx.com/alamo/defenders.html)
MITCHELL, EDWIN T. (1806-1836). Edwin T. Mitchell, Alamo defender, was born in 1806. He served in the Alamo garrison as a member of Capt. Robert White's Bexar Guards. Mitchell died in the battle of the Alamo on March 6, 1836, possibly bayonetted while trying to protect Juana N. Alsbury. His brother, DeWarren Mitchell, died in the Goliad Massacre. (Source: http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/view/MM/fmi83.html)


General Notes: Child - Elizabeth B. MITCHELL

Elizabeth B. MITCHELL married Hopkins HOLSEY on 27 June 1826. She is not listed with Hopkins in the 1850 census and is presumed died before 1850.


General Notes: Child - Georgia Ann MITCHELL

"Henry G. MITCHELL in Right of his wife Georgeann [sic] MITCHELL residing in Legrange Tennessee" [Deposition of Catherine B. MITCHELL naming the heirs of E. T., Warren Jourdan, and Washington MITCHELL, 21 January 1859]
"Henry G. MITCHELL in Right of his wife Georgi [sic] Ann MITCHELL residing in Lagrange Tennessee" [Deposition of Americus C. MITCHELL naming the heirs of E. T., Warren Jourdan, and Washington MITCHELL, 21 January 1859]



General Notes: Child - Robert G. MITCHELL

"Robert G. MITCHELL residing in the City of Columbus." [Deposition of Catherine B. MITCHELL naming the heirs of E. T., Warren Jourdan, and Washington MITCHELL, 21 January 1859]

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Muscogee County, Columbus; Series: M653 Roll: 132 Page: 285:
1498 1498 R. G. MITCHELL 40 M City treasurer --- 300 GA;
Jane " 36 F GA;
Addison " 12 M GA;
Ora " 14 F GA.


General Notes: Child - Benjamin J. J. MITCHELL

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

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

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


General Notes: Child - Patrick Henry MITCHELL

Among the elected officials of Barbour County, Alabama is a P. H. Mitchell, 1844, named as a Representative, presumably to the Alabama State Senate. In 1846, P. H. MITCHELL is a Barbour County Probate Judge.

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


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Juliet Josephine JOURDAN




Husband

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



Wife Juliet Josephine JOURDAN

         Born: Between Jun 1830 and May 1834 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1 Jun 1840
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Warren R. JOURDAN (Abt 1785-1843) 2246
       Mother: Juliet Anna DANIELL (1800-1834) 2246,2252




Children

General Notes: Wife - Juliet Josephine JOURDAN

Juliet Josephine JOURDAN was a daughter of Warren R. JOURDAN and Juliet Anna DANIELL. According to Jourdan family tradition, Juliet Josephine was born in 1827 and died young, about 1831; however, two records, the 1830 census and the death of her mother in May 1834, indicate that her birth occurred between 1 June 1830 and May 1834. The 1830 census for the family of Warren JOURDAN shows only two daughtres under age 5. These are known to be Catherine Lucretia and Sarah Geraldine.

Although said to have died in 1831, Warren JOURDAN's unpublished Will dated 9 December 1837 provides a bequeath to his daughter Juliet Josephine, proving she was alive on that date.

The 1840 census of Hall County, Georgia lists the "Warran R. JOURDIN" family, including one female age 5-10. This fits Juliet Josephine and strongly indcates she died after 1 June 1840.
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Dr. Willis Foreman WESTMORELAND and Maria Elizabeth JOURDAN




Husband Dr. Willis Foreman WESTMORELAND

         Born: 1 Jun 1828 - Fayette County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 Jun 1890 - Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Westview Cemetery, Fulton County, Georgia
     Marriage: 1857



Wife Maria Elizabeth JOURDAN 3303

         Born: 1840 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1895
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Warren R. JOURDAN (Abt 1785-1843) 2246
       Mother: Mary Josephine THORNTON (Abt 1812-      ) 2248,3303




Children
1 F Carrie S. WESTMORELAND 3374

         Born: Abt 1861 - Georgia 3374
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Dr. Willis Foreman WESTMORELAND 3374

         Born: 22 Jul 1864 - Lamar County, Georgia 3374
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 Dec 1935 - Fulton County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Eugenia SPEER (living)



General Notes: Husband - Dr. Willis Foreman WESTMORELAND

Dr. Willis Foreman WESTMORELAND was born in Fayetteville, Fayette County, Georgia.

Dr. Willis Foreman WESTMORELAND and his brother Dr. John Gray WESTMORELAND established the Atlanta Medical College in 1855. It later became the Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons at Emory
University.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Ward 5, Atlanta; Series: M593 Roll: 151 Page: 367: 653 762 WESTMORELAND Willis 42 M W Physician 17,000 1500 GA; -- Maria J. 29 F W Keeps house GA; -- Carrie S. 9 F W At home GA; -- Willis F. 6 M W GA; JORDAN May J. [sic, Mary Josephine] 58 F W At home GA; -- Warren 31 M W Clk in store GA; RAIFORD[?] Albert 21 M W Physician GA; GRAHAM Wm 18 M B Domestic servt SC; McCLETCHER Lizzie 27 F B Domestic servt GA; WRIGHT L. W. 20 F B Domestric servt GA.

Dr. WESTMORELAND is buried in Westview Cemetery, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia. Find A Grave Memorial# 49467890 created by Julia Ather on Mar 09, 2010 presents a biography of his life and mentions of his family.


General Notes: Wife - Maria Elizabeth JOURDAN

Maria Elizabeth JOURDAN was a daughter of col. Warren R. JOUDAN and his third wife, Mary J. THOMPSON. She was a graduate of the Baptist College in LaGrange, Georgia.

Shortly after her seventeenth birthday, she married Doctor Willis Foreman WESTMORELAND of Atlanta, Georgia..


General Notes: Child - Dr. Willis Foreman WESTMORELAND

Dr. Willis Foreman WESTMORELAND, Jr., was the son of Dr. Willis Foreman Westmoreland and Maria Elizabeth JOURDAN. He was a graduate of Kirkwood Military Academy in Atlanta, Georgia and Georgetown University, Washington, D. C. He was trained in medicine in the Atlanta Medical College, graduating in 1885.

"A brilliant and social event was the wedding of Mrs. Eugenia Speer Burr and Dr. Willis Foreman Westmoreland which took place at the First Presbyterian Church, followed by a large and beautiful reception immediately after the ceremony at the home of the bride." [Griffin Daily News - News of Yesteryear, From the Annals of 1910]

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Martha Ann Warren JOURDAN




Husband

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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Wife Martha Ann Warren JOURDAN 3778

         Born: Abt Mar 1824 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 Sep 1829 - Jones County, Georgia 3778
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Warren R. JOURDAN (Abt 1785-1843) 2246
       Mother: Juliet Anna DANIELL (1800-1834) 2246,2252




Children

General Notes: Wife - Martha Ann Warren JOURDAN

Martha Ann Warren was born about March, 1823. Her obituary said: "At LaGrange, Jones County on 23rd inst., Martha Ann Warren, eldest daughter of Col. Warren JOURDAN, age 5 years, 6 mos. Sept. 26, 1829." An added note by Judge Folks Huxford states: "This LaGrange (Georgia) was evidently another town from the present LaGrange which is in Troup County."
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Reuben T. JOURDAN




Husband Reuben T. JOURDAN 3303

         Born: 1843 3303
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Warren R. JOURDAN (Abt 1785-1843) 2246
       Mother: Mary Josephine THORNTON (Abt 1812-      ) 2248,3303





Wife

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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Reuben T. JOURDAN

"Reuben b. 1843." [David Leon "Tuck" Wilson, III]
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Patrick Henry MITCHELL and Sarah Geraldine JOURDAN




Husband Patrick Henry MITCHELL

         Born: 22 May 1822 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 Nov 1848 - Barbour County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Cemetery on old Glenville Road about 1 mile north of Glenville Plantation


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


     Marriage: After 14 Feb 1847



Wife Sarah Geraldine JOURDAN 2179,2248

         Born: 4 Jul 1829 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 Sep 1879 - Americus, Sumter County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Warren R. JOURDAN (Abt 1785-1843) 2246
       Mother: Juliet Anna DANIELL (1800-1834) 2246,2252



 Other Spouse: John Raymond WORRILL (1826-1881) 2179 - 24 Jan 1860


Children
1 M Patrick MITCHELL 2798

         Born: Abt 1848 - Alabama 2798
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 19 Oct 1858
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Patrick Henry MITCHELL

Among the elected officials of Barbour County, Alabama is a P. H. Mitchell, 1844, named as a Representative, presumably to the Alabama State Senate. In 1846, P. H. MITCHELL is a Barbour County Probate Judge.

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


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Geraldine JOURDAN

Sarah Geraldine JOURDAN, called Geraldine, born 4 July 1829, daughter of Colonel Warren JOURDAN and Juliet Anna DANIELL, married Patrick Henry MITCHELL after 14 February 1847. They had a son Patrick, born about 1848. Patrick Henry died 5 November 1858. In the 1850 census of Barbour County, Alabama, Geraldine, 22, and her son Patrick, 2, are named in the household of her aunt, Catherine B. MITCHELL.

From Tuck Wilson: Her (Sarah Geraldine JOURDAN's) marriage to Pat MITCHELL was after 14 Feb 1847, from a letter between Geraldine and a friend talking about the wedding plans. I have never found an announcement. I don't know the exact birthdate of son Patrick but I think it was 1848 as he was 10 years old in September or October of 1858 when he died, according to family letters. Here is what I have on son Patrick:
Had to be born about the time of his father's death in 1848 , when his mother was 19. According to the notes of Louisa Caroline Floyd WILSON, he lived for about 10 years, dying in October, 1858. I have a letter from a cousin of Patrick's mother, Mary Elizabeth (Pearson) BOYCE, (wife of Senator BOYCE of SC, dated March 15th, 1858, saying " I'm glad you all have recovered from scarlet fever so well, it generally leaves some ill effects behind." I have a second letter that I can't seem to find, dated approximately Sept 1858, to Patrick's mother, stating how hard it must be on Patrick to have to be separated from his lifelong playmate because of the illness. I also have a letter on file from Pat's mother's sister, Lucretia ALSTON on file, dated October 19th, 1858, saying she had just been informed of Pat's death.

"Jeraldine [sic] MITCHELL widow of Patrick MITCHELL decsd havg no children... living at Glenville Barbour County Ala" [Deposition of Catherine B. MITCHELL naming the heirs of E. T., Warren Jourdan, and Washington MITCHELL, 21 January 1859] Note: Patrick, the only child of Patrick and Geraldine died prior to the deposition.

Sarah G. remarried on 24 January 1860 to John Raymond WORRILL. They had five children by 1870. Sarah was a step-mother to Sarah E. 19, Ida G. 17, and James F. 15, named in the 1870 census. 2798


General Notes: Child - Patrick MITCHELL

Patrick MITCHELL, born about 1848, was the son of Patrick Henry MITCHELL and Sarah Geraldine JOURDAN. His father's died in 1848, about the time Patrick was born. His widowed mother was then 19. According to the notes of Louisa Caroline Floyd Wilson, Patrick lived for about 10 years, dying in October, 1858.
"I have a letter from a cousin of Patrick's mother, Mary Elizabeth (Pearson) Boyce, (wife of Senator Boyce of SC, dated March 15th, 1858, saying "I'm glad you all have recovered from scarlet fever so well, it generally leaves some ill effects behind." I have a second letter that I can't seem to find, dated approximately Sept 1858, to Patrick's mother, stating how hard it must be on Patrick to have to be separated from his lifelong playmate because of the illness. I also have a letter on file from Pat's mother's sister, Lucretia Alston on file, dated October 19th, 1858, saying she had just been informed of Pat's death." (Tuck Wilson, 8 June 2006)
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John Raymond WORRILL and Sarah Geraldine JOURDAN




Husband John Raymond WORRILL 2179

         Born: 26 Jun 1826
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Nov 1881
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 24 Jan 1860

 Other Spouse: Sarah Anne SELLECK (1828-1857) - Abt 1848



Wife Sarah Geraldine JOURDAN 2179,2248

         Born: 4 Jul 1829 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 Sep 1879 - Americus, Sumter County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Warren R. JOURDAN (Abt 1785-1843) 2246
       Mother: Juliet Anna DANIELL (1800-1834) 2246,2252



 Other Spouse: Patrick Henry MITCHELL (1822-1848) - After 14 Feb 1847


Children
1 M Americus Mitchell WORRILL 2179

         Born: Abt 1860 - Georgia 2179
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Warren Jourdan WORRILL 2178

         Born: Abt 1862 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


3 F Katherine Jourdan WORRILL 2179,3071

         Born: 19 Aug 1863 - Georgia 2179
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 Jul 1952 - Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Linwood Cemetery, Muscogee County, Georgia
       Spouse: Phillip Bartlett BOWERS (1856-1938) 3070
         Marr: Abt 1906


4 F Josephine Jourdan WORRILL 2179

         Born: Abt 1866 - Georgia 2179
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 M John Randolph WORRILL, Jr. 2178,2179

         Born: Abt 1868 - Georgia 2179
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F Geraldine Harper WORRILL 2177,2179

         Born: 6 Feb 1869 - Sumter County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 Feb 1939 - Troup County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Chipley Cemetery, Harris County, Georgia
       Spouse: Linton Eugene FLOYD (1870-1959) 2176,2177,2178
         Marr: 28 Jun 1893 - Muscogee County, Georgia



General Notes: Husband - John Raymond WORRILL

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

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

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

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


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Geraldine JOURDAN

Sarah Geraldine JOURDAN, called Geraldine, born 4 July 1829, daughter of Colonel Warren JOURDAN and Juliet Anna DANIELL, married Patrick Henry MITCHELL after 14 February 1847. They had a son Patrick, born about 1848. Patrick Henry died 5 November 1858. In the 1850 census of Barbour County, Alabama, Geraldine, 22, and her son Patrick, 2, are named in the household of her aunt, Catherine B. MITCHELL.

From Tuck Wilson: Her (Sarah Geraldine JOURDAN's) marriage to Pat MITCHELL was after 14 Feb 1847, from a letter between Geraldine and a friend talking about the wedding plans. I have never found an announcement. I don't know the exact birthdate of son Patrick but I think it was 1848 as he was 10 years old in September or October of 1858 when he died, according to family letters. Here is what I have on son Patrick:
Had to be born about the time of his father's death in 1848 , when his mother was 19. According to the notes of Louisa Caroline Floyd WILSON, he lived for about 10 years, dying in October, 1858. I have a letter from a cousin of Patrick's mother, Mary Elizabeth (Pearson) BOYCE, (wife of Senator BOYCE of SC, dated March 15th, 1858, saying " I'm glad you all have recovered from scarlet fever so well, it generally leaves some ill effects behind." I have a second letter that I can't seem to find, dated approximately Sept 1858, to Patrick's mother, stating how hard it must be on Patrick to have to be separated from his lifelong playmate because of the illness. I also have a letter on file from Pat's mother's sister, Lucretia ALSTON on file, dated October 19th, 1858, saying she had just been informed of Pat's death.

"Jeraldine [sic] MITCHELL widow of Patrick MITCHELL decsd havg no children... living at Glenville Barbour County Ala" [Deposition of Catherine B. MITCHELL naming the heirs of E. T., Warren Jourdan, and Washington MITCHELL, 21 January 1859] Note: Patrick, the only child of Patrick and Geraldine died prior to the deposition.

Sarah G. remarried on 24 January 1860 to John Raymond WORRILL. They had five children by 1870. Sarah was a step-mother to Sarah E. 19, Ida G. 17, and James F. 15, named in the 1870 census. 2798


General Notes: Child - Americus Mitchell WORRILL

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Autauga County, Prattville; Series: T9 Roll: 1 Page: 41:
Line 24 294 311 WORRILL Americus M. W M 19 Laborer S Laborer GA GA GA.
Americus lives in the household of E. M. DAVIS, 42, and his wife Elizabeth, 37.

Died young.


General Notes: Child - Katherine Jourdan WORRILL

In the 1900 census of Stewart County, Georgia, Kate J. Worrill, a white female, single, is a boarder in the hotel of Richard S. Belle [as indexed]. She is employed as a teacher. Her birth is inaccurately listed in July 1869.

Katherine Jourdan WORRILL married Philip Bartlet BOWERS about 1906. It was her first marriage and his second. It does not appear that Katherine had any children.

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Jefferson County, Ward 4, Birmingham; Series: T624 Roll: 18 Page: 24:
N. 28th St 1014 478 596 BOWERS Philip B. Head M W 55 M2 4 GA GA Bookkeeper Tax Collector's Office;
-- Katie Wife F W 46 M1 4 0 0 GA GA GA.

1920 U.S. Census, Alabama, Jefferson County, Birmingham; Series: T625 Roll: 23 Page: 149:
3810 44 46 BOWERS Philip B. Head M W 63 M GA GA GA Manufacturer Boxes;
-- Kathrine Wife F W 56 M GA GA GA.

Mrs. P. B. Bowers of Birmingham, Alabama is named as a surviving [half] sister in the 4 April 1939 obituary of Miss Ida Gibson Worrill.

Katherine Worrill Bowers died 8 July 1952 in Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama at age 88. She was the daughter of John R. Worrill and Geraldine Jourdan. ["Alabama Deaths, 1908-1974," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:J64J-DV8 : accessed 13 January 2016), Katherine Worrill Bowers, 08 Jul 1952; citing reference 15707, Department of Health, Montgomery; FHL microfilm 1,908,871.]

Kate Worrill Bowers is buried in Linwood Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 34348083:

KATE WORRILL BOWERS
WIFE OF
PHILIP BARTLETT BOWERS
BORN
AUG. 19, 1863
DIED
JULY 8, 1952


General Notes: Child - Josephine Jourdan WORRILL

Josephine Worrill, age 14, was listed as "Julia" in the 1880 census of Americus, Sumter County, Georgia.

Miss Josephine Worrill joined Professor Eula R. Smith's party in Atlana to attend the National Educational Convention scheduled to meet in Toronto, Canada on 14 July 1891. [The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Saturday, July 11, 1891, Page 4]

"Miss Worrill, Miss Josephine Worrill, Mrs. James Worrill" are among those named among the invited guests at a reception and card party given by Mrs. H. L. Chappell at her residence. [The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Sunday, February 4, 1894, Page 3]

Miss Josephine Worrill is named as a Primary Teacher in the Annual Elections of the Public School Officers and Teachers. [The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Tuesday, June 19, 1894, Page 4]

MIss Josephine Worrill of New Orleans, is named as a surviving [half] sister in the 4 April 1939 obituary of Miss Ida Gibson Worrill.

The 1940 U.S. Census of Councilmanic District 4, San Diego, San Diego Judicial Township, San Diego, California, Series T627 Roll 452 Page 61A, lists:
Worrill Josephine J. Head F W 74 S GA No occupation. On 1 April 1935, she resided in the District of Columbia.


General Notes: Child - John Randolph WORRILL, Jr.

Had no children.


General Notes: Child - Geraldine Harper WORRILL

Resided in LaGrange, Georgia.

Geraldine Harper WORRILL married Linton E. FLOYD. The 1900 census lists her birth as Feb 1871.

Geraldine is buried in Chipley Cemetery, Pine Mountain, Harris County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 119951450:

GERALDINE HARPER WORRILL
WIFE OF
LINTON EUGENE FLOYD
FEB. 15, 1939

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Warren E. JOURDAN, Jr., CSA




Husband Warren E. JOURDAN, Jr., CSA 3303,3374

         Born: Abt 1841 - Georgia 3374
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1907
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Warren R. JOURDAN (Abt 1785-1843) 2246
       Mother: Mary Josephine THORNTON (Abt 1812-      ) 2248,3303





Wife

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Warren E. JOURDAN, Jr., CSA

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Ward 5, Atlanta; Series: M653 Roll: 122 Page: 885: Line 17 W. JORDAN 18 M Clerk GA. Appears to be living in the Atlanta Hotel.

18 March 1861 in Fulton County, Georgia, Warren JOURDAN enlisted in the Confederate Army.
Muster Roll of First Regiment Georgia Volunteers, C. S. A. Mustered in at Macon, April 3d, 1861 - Mustered Out at Augusta, March 12, 1862.
Published in the Macon Weekly Telegraph, Date: 1912-05-07, p. 6: List of Privates in the Gate City Guards, Co. "F," includes JOURDAN, Warren. ["Gate City" is a nickname for Atlanta, Georgia.]

In 1870, Warren, Jr., 31, single, resides in the home of his sister, Mary Elizabetrh, and her husband, Dr. Willis WESTMORELAND, in Fulton County, Georgia.

Warren Jourdan Unconscious
"ATLANTA, Aug. 1 - Warren JOURDAN, a tailor for thirty years in the employ of LYNCH, was found unconscious in his room last night as the result of an overdose of morphine. JOURDAN had been addicted to the drug, and it was evidently not taked with suicidal intent. He recently stopped the use of it for quite a time and was thought ot have given it up, but, returned to it. As a result of the use of the drug his head was bent clear over onto his chest. It is said he will probably die." [Published in the Macon Weekly Telegraph; Date: 1907-08-02]


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Colonel Warren R. JOURDAN and Sally VINCENT




Husband Colonel Warren R. JOURDAN 2246

         Born: Abt 1785 - North Hampton County, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 Dec 1843 - Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee
       Buried: 


       Father: Benjamin JORDAN (1757-1787)
       Mother: Elizabeth HARVEY (1759-      )


     Marriage: 4 Dec 1805 - Greenville, Virginia

 Other Spouse: Juliet Anna DANIELL (1800-1834) 2246,2252 - 24 Jun 1823 - Jones County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Mary Josephine THORNTON (Abt 1812-      ) 2248,3303 - 25 Dec 1834 - Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia



Wife Sally VINCENT

         Born: 1788
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Colonel Warren R. JOURDAN

Notes from David Leon (Tuck) Wilson III: Early on, his parents came to Wilkes and Jackson counties in Georgia, where in 1787, Benjamin JOURDAN, a Revolutionary soldier, was killed, according to legend, by Indians. Something happened to Warren's mother soon after this. In 1791 Warren's uncle, Josiah JORDAN, took Warren and his siblings and reared them in Oglethorpe Co. (Wilkes Co. Deed Book GG, 1790-1793) and Josiah was appointed their guardian in 1791. ("Early Records of GA, Vol. II, Wilkes Co." by Grace G. Davidson. Warren JOURDAN was a member of the Georgia legislature from Morgan Co., GA 1812-1821, and Jones Co., GA 1827-1829, Speaker of the House in 1829, (Roster of Officers of GA House of Representatives, Session 54, 1829, GA Sec. of State web site), a US Presidential Elector from Jones Co., GA in 1824, and a delegate to the US Constitutional Convention in 1833. He was a speaker of note, parliamentarian, writer, and poet. Warren wrote a book of poetry, philosophy, and ethics for each of his daughters. According to some researchers, his handwriting was amazing, looks more like engraving. He often debated with Alexander STEVENS in Gainesville, GA and elsewhere. In 1825 he was appointed by Gov. TROUP to investigate the behavior of John CROWELL, an Indian agent and the death of the Indian Chief, Gen. William McINTOSH. (Archives and History of AL) His magnificent home in Gainesville was built around 1833 of heart oak and was often called "Jourdan's Folly" because of the great expense in building. He also spent a lot of money in other ways. He had exquisite ivory miniatures painted and set in gold for his wife and each of his daughters. He had large land holdings in Baker Co., GA and owned land in Morgan Co., GA, and a large plantation near Clinton in Jones Co., GA. All of this led, in part, to his financial problems. He lost most of his fortune in standing security for his cousin, Benjamin Smith JOURDAN.

Early Records of Georgia - Vol II - Wilkes County, Davidson, Grace Gillam
publ: Rev Silas Emmett Lucas Jr, 1968 [Originally published in Macon GA 1933][pg 90][Deed Book "G.G"] Page 349 - JORDAN, James, Lucy, Elizabeth and Warren, sons and daus. of Benj. JORDAN late of said county dec'd, through their uncle Josiah JORDAN ask that he be app. their gdn. Granted Sept. 26, 1791.

From Helen Leino attributed to Tuck Wilson: Warren JOURDAN retained the French spelling of his last name, although others of his immediate family changed to the newer form of "JORDAN." Records prove this to be true.

In the Land Lottery of 1804 in Oglethorpe County, Georgia for Revolutionary War services there are records for Warren JOURDAN (orphan), James JOURDAN, Josiah JOURDAN, and James DANIELL, Sr. (From notes of Louisa Caroline Floyd Wilson)

Notes from John R. Clarke: "Col. Warren JORDAN was born 1784/1787 in Northampton County, NC... the son of Benjamin JORDAN RS-NC and Elizabeth HARVEY and grandson of George JORDAN and Patience WARREN... Celia JORDAN, Benjamin's older sister, married Samuel TARVER, III -- the ancestor of most of the TARVERS of Richmond and Burke County, GA. One of my DANIEL girls married a grandson of Samuel and Celia TARVER.

In the 1820 U.S. Census, Georgia, Morgan County, Warren JOURDAN, age 16-26, and a female, 26-45, have no children in the household, 54 slaves enumerated.
Jourdan Warren 24 20 96/97 pg086.txt Capt. Peter G. Morrow's District incl Kingston
24 | Warren Jourdan | 0 0 0 1 0 0 | 0 0 0 1 0 | 0 | 30 0 0 | 10 20 6 0 | 10 5 2 1
(http://www.usgwcensus.org/cenfiles/ga/morgan/1820/pg086.txt)

Warren JOURDAN married Juliet Anna DANIELL, his second wife, on 24 June 1823, in Jones County, Georgia. Transcribed records spell the surnames as JORDAN and DANIEL.

Morgan County, Ga., Deed Book H, 1823 - 1824 2004 Michal Martin Farmer
"page 199 Morgan Co., Ga.: 14 Jan. 1824, Abner Zachrey of Morgan Co., to Warren Jourdan of Jones Co., Ga., for $100, tract beg. cor. on road, on dividing line between said Zachrey & Ewing Morrow's land to within 40 feet of said Zachrey's cleared land to road, on road to beg., is 30 acres comprising all woodland within the limits above to the N.W. side of road leading from Kingston to Eatonton, adj. lands of Ewing Morrow, said Zachrey, & said Jourdan, is part of Lot 265 in 4th Dist. of originally Baldwin now Morgan Co. /s/ Abner Zachrey. Wit: James Shepherd, Wm. Timmons, D. Lanier, J.P. Recorded 16 Jan. 1824." [http://michalfarmer.com/morganh/page210.html]

Jones County Georgia Superior Court General Index to Slaves Direct & Reverse. 1791-1864 Compiled by Miss Mary Mulligan, Deputy Clerk in Superior Court Clerk Office Jones County, Gray, Georgia:
"[Grantor] Burton, Lewis [Grantee] Warren Jordan? B of S [Book] O/[Page] 50 27 Mar 1828 Slaves"
"[Grantor] Moore, John R. [Grantee] Warren Jordan Deed [Book] O/[Page] 77 3-11-1828 [Blank description]"
[http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/ga/jones/deeds/slaves.txt]

Among others listed in the notice, WARREN JOURDAN of Jones County was appointed Aide-de-Camp to the Commander in Chief with the rank of Colonel. [The Georgian, Savannah, Georgia, March 6, 1828, Page 2]

Warren and Juliet's daughter Martha Ann died 26 September 1829 at age 5.

1830 U.S. Census, Georgia, Jones County; Series: M19 Roll: 18 Page: 442:
Warren JOURDAN . . 1 . 1 1 1 . . . . . . || 2 . . . 1 . . . . . . . .
Reads 1 male 10-15 [Unknown], 1 male 20-30 [Unknkown], 1 male 30-40 [Unknown], 1 male 40-50 [Warren]; 2 females under 5 [Catherine, and Juliet or Sarah], 1 female 20-30 [Juliet].
Are the birth dates for Juliet Josephine and/or Sarah Geraldine then wrong?
The children of Warren and Juliet Anna Daniell JOURDAN were:
1. Martha Ann Warren (about March, 1823-1829). Her obituary: "At LaGrange, Jones County on 23rd inst., Martha Ann Warren, eldest daughter of Col. Warren JOURDAN, age 5 years, 6 mos. Sept. 26, 1829." An added note by Judge Folks Huxford states: "This LaGrange (Georgia) was evidently another town from the present LaGrange which is in Troup County." [Tuck Wilson offers that "LaGrange" may have been the name of Warren JOURDAN's plantation.]
2. Catherine Lucretia JORDAN (1825-1862/1863) married Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, MD (1820-1890) of Abbeville District, South Carolina.
3. Juliet Josephine JORDAN (1827-1831?) [NOTE: Juliet is named in Warren JOURDAN's unpublished Will dated December 1837, proving she died after that date, 1839? He also listed Juliet third in order of names, after Sarah Geraldine. Third then in order of birth? Born after 1830 when only 2 female children are enumerated, both under 5? RLD]
4. Sarah Geraldine JORDAN (1829-1879) married Patrick Henry MITCHELL and second John Raymond WORRILL. She died in Americus, Sumter County, Georgia.

Georgia, Hancock County: Warren JOURDAN applies for letters of administration on the estate of Levi DANIELL [his father-in law], late of said county, deceased. (Signed) Spencer W. TAYLOR, D.C.C.O. August 29, 1817

1840 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hall County; Series: M704 Roll: 42 Page: 204:
Warran [sic] R. JOURDIN [sic] 1 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . || 1 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . .|| 10 33 . . 2 . || 10 8 25 . 2 . || . 96 || . 80 . 2 . . .
Reads: 1M under 5 (Warren Jr. or Reubin), 1M 50-60 (Warren); 1F under 5 (Madeline Virginia), 1F 5-10 ( Juliet Josephine ), 1F 10-14 (probably Sarah Geraldine as Catherine Lucretia marries in 1840); 1F 20-29 ( Third wife Mary) || 90 slaves . [Census record located by Tuck Wilson]
Two names above Warren: William L. WILSON 2 . . . . . 1 [William, 40-50] . . . . . . || . . . . 1 . . . . . . . .
Three names below: William C. DANIELL* 1 1 1 2 1 . 1 [William, 40-50] . . . . . . || . . 1 . 1 . . . . 1 . . .
Then: Robert McCUTCHIN** [sic] 2 . 1 . 1 [Robert, 20-30] . . . . . . . . || . 2 . . . 1 . . . . . .
*Likely Dr. William Coffee DANIELL, born 1792 in Greene County, Georgia, not known to be related to the James DANIELL family of Hancock County, Georgia. [Birth from Savannah River plantations Savannah Georgia Historical Society, 1947, 505 pgs, p. 158. Parents not named.]
** Possibly related to the family of Benjamin McCUTCHEON whose sons Wyatt Socrates and Ira William married sisters Sarah Geraldine and Juliet Alice McCULLOH respectively. The McCULLOH sisters were Juliet Anna DANIELL's half nieces.

This will of Warren JOURDAN is dated 9 December 1837 but was never filed. Tuck Wilson found it in the bottom of a will drawer, along with a letter to his executor explaining he expected to be "called to the field" in what would likely be a fatal encounter, in Jones County and has generously shared his find:
Georgia
Jones County
In the name of God amen I Warren Jourdan of the county and state aforesaid being of sound mind and memory and knowing that it is appointed for all men to die - do make an ordain the following will and testament hereby revoking and annulling all heretofore made - written and subscribed with my own hand the day and date as written
Item 1st . I give and bequeath unto my wife Mary J. Jourdan for and during her natural life all my lands in the county of Hall and the improved lots in the town of Gainesville and adjacent tracts. Also two Gold lots in the Cherokee Country drawn by myself - likewise the following Negroes - Davey a carriage driver and Penny his wife, Charles and his wife Sally, Patsy a cook, Albert a house servant, Clarissa, _____, Penny, Polly, Horace, Jack and Judy his wife. All the stock and grain on the above lands - and equal proportion of the household and kitchen furniture - also my family carriage and pair of Greys handed to her in like manner.
Item 2nd It is my will and desire that all the property and it's increase that I willed to my wife Mary J. Jourdan at her death to vest and become the property of my youngest daughter Madeleine Virginia Jourdan to her and the lawful heirs of her body forever.
Item 3rd It is further my will and desire that my lands in Jones and Baker Counties and all the residue of my Negroes and property of every kind and description as well as all dues and demands be vested in and become the property of my three daughters Catherine L., Sarah G., and Juliet Josephine Jourdan to them and their lawful heirs forever. Provided always that in case either of my daughter's Catherine L., Sarah G., or Juliet J. Jourdan should die of ___ or without legal issue - then the property should devolve(?) upon those that may be living and in like manner - in case a second ____ (one?) should die in her minority or without lawful issue than the property to devolve(?) upon the third, and in case all three of my daughters Catherine L., Sarah G., and Juliet J. Jourdan should die in their minority or without lawful issue - then and in that case the property to devolve(?) upon my daughter Madeleine J. Jourdan to her and the lawful heirs of her body forever.
Item 4th It is further my will and desire that my wife Mary J. Jourdan should retain all her jewelry and books, these have been mostly presented by myself and are to be considered her private property and apart from any bequests as likewise her bedchambers- furniture.
Item 5th I bequeath unto my daughter Catherine L. Jourdan my goal watch and chain - also my portrait and gold headed cane to her forever.
I furthermore appoint an ordain my trusty friend Robert V. Hardaman of Jones County my sole executor of this my last will and testament in witness thereof I have here on to set my hand and seal this 9th December 1837.
Warren Jourdan
attested by
John Marsh
William Goulding, his mark
Sarah Goulding, her mark

"Warren Jourdan died 13 Dec. 1843 (Some researchers say 18 Dec.) in Athens, TN McMinn Co. (From "Burials and Deaths in Columbus Enquier" by B. W. Wright and Jourdan's obituary on p. 77 of "Marriages and Obituaries from Various GA Newspapers" by Huxford)" [Helen Leino, http://files.usgwarchives.org/ga/jones/bios/jourdan.txt]

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Colonel Warren R. JOURDAN and Mary Josephine THORNTON




Husband Colonel Warren R. JOURDAN 2246

         Born: Abt 1785 - North Hampton County, North Carolina
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         Died: 13 Dec 1843 - Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee
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       Father: Benjamin JORDAN (1757-1787)
       Mother: Elizabeth HARVEY (1759-      )


     Marriage: 25 Dec 1834 - Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Sally VINCENT (1788-      ) - 4 Dec 1805 - Greenville, Virginia

 Other Spouse: Juliet Anna DANIELL (1800-1834) 2246,2252 - 24 Jun 1823 - Jones County, Georgia



Wife Mary Josephine THORNTON 2248,3303

         Born: Abt 1812 - Virginia 3303
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       Father: Reuben THORNTON (Cir 1790-      )
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1 F Madeline Virginia JOURDAN 2248,3303

         Born: Bef Dec 1837 - Georgia 3303
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       Spouse: BRYAN (Cir 1835-      )


2 F Maria Elizabeth JOURDAN 3303

         Born: 1840 - Georgia
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         Died: After 1895
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       Spouse: Dr. Willis Foreman WESTMORELAND (1828-1890)
         Marr: 1857


3 M Warren E. JOURDAN, Jr., CSA 3303,3374

         Born: Abt 1841 - Georgia 3374
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4 M Reuben T. JOURDAN 3303

         Born: 1843 3303
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General Notes: Husband - Colonel Warren R. JOURDAN

Notes from David Leon (Tuck) Wilson III: Early on, his parents came to Wilkes and Jackson counties in Georgia, where in 1787, Benjamin JOURDAN, a Revolutionary soldier, was killed, according to legend, by Indians. Something happened to Warren's mother soon after this. In 1791 Warren's uncle, Josiah JORDAN, took Warren and his siblings and reared them in Oglethorpe Co. (Wilkes Co. Deed Book GG, 1790-1793) and Josiah was appointed their guardian in 1791. ("Early Records of GA, Vol. II, Wilkes Co." by Grace G. Davidson. Warren JOURDAN was a member of the Georgia legislature from Morgan Co., GA 1812-1821, and Jones Co., GA 1827-1829, Speaker of the House in 1829, (Roster of Officers of GA House of Representatives, Session 54, 1829, GA Sec. of State web site), a US Presidential Elector from Jones Co., GA in 1824, and a delegate to the US Constitutional Convention in 1833. He was a speaker of note, parliamentarian, writer, and poet. Warren wrote a book of poetry, philosophy, and ethics for each of his daughters. According to some researchers, his handwriting was amazing, looks more like engraving. He often debated with Alexander STEVENS in Gainesville, GA and elsewhere. In 1825 he was appointed by Gov. TROUP to investigate the behavior of John CROWELL, an Indian agent and the death of the Indian Chief, Gen. William McINTOSH. (Archives and History of AL) His magnificent home in Gainesville was built around 1833 of heart oak and was often called "Jourdan's Folly" because of the great expense in building. He also spent a lot of money in other ways. He had exquisite ivory miniatures painted and set in gold for his wife and each of his daughters. He had large land holdings in Baker Co., GA and owned land in Morgan Co., GA, and a large plantation near Clinton in Jones Co., GA. All of this led, in part, to his financial problems. He lost most of his fortune in standing security for his cousin, Benjamin Smith JOURDAN.

Early Records of Georgia - Vol II - Wilkes County, Davidson, Grace Gillam
publ: Rev Silas Emmett Lucas Jr, 1968 [Originally published in Macon GA 1933][pg 90][Deed Book "G.G"] Page 349 - JORDAN, James, Lucy, Elizabeth and Warren, sons and daus. of Benj. JORDAN late of said county dec'd, through their uncle Josiah JORDAN ask that he be app. their gdn. Granted Sept. 26, 1791.

From Helen Leino attributed to Tuck Wilson: Warren JOURDAN retained the French spelling of his last name, although others of his immediate family changed to the newer form of "JORDAN." Records prove this to be true.

In the Land Lottery of 1804 in Oglethorpe County, Georgia for Revolutionary War services there are records for Warren JOURDAN (orphan), James JOURDAN, Josiah JOURDAN, and James DANIELL, Sr. (From notes of Louisa Caroline Floyd Wilson)

Notes from John R. Clarke: "Col. Warren JORDAN was born 1784/1787 in Northampton County, NC... the son of Benjamin JORDAN RS-NC and Elizabeth HARVEY and grandson of George JORDAN and Patience WARREN... Celia JORDAN, Benjamin's older sister, married Samuel TARVER, III -- the ancestor of most of the TARVERS of Richmond and Burke County, GA. One of my DANIEL girls married a grandson of Samuel and Celia TARVER.

In the 1820 U.S. Census, Georgia, Morgan County, Warren JOURDAN, age 16-26, and a female, 26-45, have no children in the household, 54 slaves enumerated.
Jourdan Warren 24 20 96/97 pg086.txt Capt. Peter G. Morrow's District incl Kingston
24 | Warren Jourdan | 0 0 0 1 0 0 | 0 0 0 1 0 | 0 | 30 0 0 | 10 20 6 0 | 10 5 2 1
(http://www.usgwcensus.org/cenfiles/ga/morgan/1820/pg086.txt)

Warren JOURDAN married Juliet Anna DANIELL, his second wife, on 24 June 1823, in Jones County, Georgia. Transcribed records spell the surnames as JORDAN and DANIEL.

Morgan County, Ga., Deed Book H, 1823 - 1824 2004 Michal Martin Farmer
"page 199 Morgan Co., Ga.: 14 Jan. 1824, Abner Zachrey of Morgan Co., to Warren Jourdan of Jones Co., Ga., for $100, tract beg. cor. on road, on dividing line between said Zachrey & Ewing Morrow's land to within 40 feet of said Zachrey's cleared land to road, on road to beg., is 30 acres comprising all woodland within the limits above to the N.W. side of road leading from Kingston to Eatonton, adj. lands of Ewing Morrow, said Zachrey, & said Jourdan, is part of Lot 265 in 4th Dist. of originally Baldwin now Morgan Co. /s/ Abner Zachrey. Wit: James Shepherd, Wm. Timmons, D. Lanier, J.P. Recorded 16 Jan. 1824." [http://michalfarmer.com/morganh/page210.html]

Jones County Georgia Superior Court General Index to Slaves Direct & Reverse. 1791-1864 Compiled by Miss Mary Mulligan, Deputy Clerk in Superior Court Clerk Office Jones County, Gray, Georgia:
"[Grantor] Burton, Lewis [Grantee] Warren Jordan? B of S [Book] O/[Page] 50 27 Mar 1828 Slaves"
"[Grantor] Moore, John R. [Grantee] Warren Jordan Deed [Book] O/[Page] 77 3-11-1828 [Blank description]"
[http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/ga/jones/deeds/slaves.txt]

Among others listed in the notice, WARREN JOURDAN of Jones County was appointed Aide-de-Camp to the Commander in Chief with the rank of Colonel. [The Georgian, Savannah, Georgia, March 6, 1828, Page 2]

Warren and Juliet's daughter Martha Ann died 26 September 1829 at age 5.

1830 U.S. Census, Georgia, Jones County; Series: M19 Roll: 18 Page: 442:
Warren JOURDAN . . 1 . 1 1 1 . . . . . . || 2 . . . 1 . . . . . . . .
Reads 1 male 10-15 [Unknown], 1 male 20-30 [Unknkown], 1 male 30-40 [Unknown], 1 male 40-50 [Warren]; 2 females under 5 [Catherine, and Juliet or Sarah], 1 female 20-30 [Juliet].
Are the birth dates for Juliet Josephine and/or Sarah Geraldine then wrong?
The children of Warren and Juliet Anna Daniell JOURDAN were:
1. Martha Ann Warren (about March, 1823-1829). Her obituary: "At LaGrange, Jones County on 23rd inst., Martha Ann Warren, eldest daughter of Col. Warren JOURDAN, age 5 years, 6 mos. Sept. 26, 1829." An added note by Judge Folks Huxford states: "This LaGrange (Georgia) was evidently another town from the present LaGrange which is in Troup County." [Tuck Wilson offers that "LaGrange" may have been the name of Warren JOURDAN's plantation.]
2. Catherine Lucretia JORDAN (1825-1862/1863) married Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, MD (1820-1890) of Abbeville District, South Carolina.
3. Juliet Josephine JORDAN (1827-1831?) [NOTE: Juliet is named in Warren JOURDAN's unpublished Will dated December 1837, proving she died after that date, 1839? He also listed Juliet third in order of names, after Sarah Geraldine. Third then in order of birth? Born after 1830 when only 2 female children are enumerated, both under 5? RLD]
4. Sarah Geraldine JORDAN (1829-1879) married Patrick Henry MITCHELL and second John Raymond WORRILL. She died in Americus, Sumter County, Georgia.

Georgia, Hancock County: Warren JOURDAN applies for letters of administration on the estate of Levi DANIELL [his father-in law], late of said county, deceased. (Signed) Spencer W. TAYLOR, D.C.C.O. August 29, 1817

1840 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hall County; Series: M704 Roll: 42 Page: 204:
Warran [sic] R. JOURDIN [sic] 1 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . || 1 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . .|| 10 33 . . 2 . || 10 8 25 . 2 . || . 96 || . 80 . 2 . . .
Reads: 1M under 5 (Warren Jr. or Reubin), 1M 50-60 (Warren); 1F under 5 (Madeline Virginia), 1F 5-10 ( Juliet Josephine ), 1F 10-14 (probably Sarah Geraldine as Catherine Lucretia marries in 1840); 1F 20-29 ( Third wife Mary) || 90 slaves . [Census record located by Tuck Wilson]
Two names above Warren: William L. WILSON 2 . . . . . 1 [William, 40-50] . . . . . . || . . . . 1 . . . . . . . .
Three names below: William C. DANIELL* 1 1 1 2 1 . 1 [William, 40-50] . . . . . . || . . 1 . 1 . . . . 1 . . .
Then: Robert McCUTCHIN** [sic] 2 . 1 . 1 [Robert, 20-30] . . . . . . . . || . 2 . . . 1 . . . . . .
*Likely Dr. William Coffee DANIELL, born 1792 in Greene County, Georgia, not known to be related to the James DANIELL family of Hancock County, Georgia. [Birth from Savannah River plantations Savannah Georgia Historical Society, 1947, 505 pgs, p. 158. Parents not named.]
** Possibly related to the family of Benjamin McCUTCHEON whose sons Wyatt Socrates and Ira William married sisters Sarah Geraldine and Juliet Alice McCULLOH respectively. The McCULLOH sisters were Juliet Anna DANIELL's half nieces.

This will of Warren JOURDAN is dated 9 December 1837 but was never filed. Tuck Wilson found it in the bottom of a will drawer, along with a letter to his executor explaining he expected to be "called to the field" in what would likely be a fatal encounter, in Jones County and has generously shared his find:
Georgia
Jones County
In the name of God amen I Warren Jourdan of the county and state aforesaid being of sound mind and memory and knowing that it is appointed for all men to die - do make an ordain the following will and testament hereby revoking and annulling all heretofore made - written and subscribed with my own hand the day and date as written
Item 1st . I give and bequeath unto my wife Mary J. Jourdan for and during her natural life all my lands in the county of Hall and the improved lots in the town of Gainesville and adjacent tracts. Also two Gold lots in the Cherokee Country drawn by myself - likewise the following Negroes - Davey a carriage driver and Penny his wife, Charles and his wife Sally, Patsy a cook, Albert a house servant, Clarissa, _____, Penny, Polly, Horace, Jack and Judy his wife. All the stock and grain on the above lands - and equal proportion of the household and kitchen furniture - also my family carriage and pair of Greys handed to her in like manner.
Item 2nd It is my will and desire that all the property and it's increase that I willed to my wife Mary J. Jourdan at her death to vest and become the property of my youngest daughter Madeleine Virginia Jourdan to her and the lawful heirs of her body forever.
Item 3rd It is further my will and desire that my lands in Jones and Baker Counties and all the residue of my Negroes and property of every kind and description as well as all dues and demands be vested in and become the property of my three daughters Catherine L., Sarah G., and Juliet Josephine Jourdan to them and their lawful heirs forever. Provided always that in case either of my daughter's Catherine L., Sarah G., or Juliet J. Jourdan should die of ___ or without legal issue - then the property should devolve(?) upon those that may be living and in like manner - in case a second ____ (one?) should die in her minority or without lawful issue than the property to devolve(?) upon the third, and in case all three of my daughters Catherine L., Sarah G., and Juliet J. Jourdan should die in their minority or without lawful issue - then and in that case the property to devolve(?) upon my daughter Madeleine J. Jourdan to her and the lawful heirs of her body forever.
Item 4th It is further my will and desire that my wife Mary J. Jourdan should retain all her jewelry and books, these have been mostly presented by myself and are to be considered her private property and apart from any bequests as likewise her bedchambers- furniture.
Item 5th I bequeath unto my daughter Catherine L. Jourdan my goal watch and chain - also my portrait and gold headed cane to her forever.
I furthermore appoint an ordain my trusty friend Robert V. Hardaman of Jones County my sole executor of this my last will and testament in witness thereof I have here on to set my hand and seal this 9th December 1837.
Warren Jourdan
attested by
John Marsh
William Goulding, his mark
Sarah Goulding, her mark

"Warren Jourdan died 13 Dec. 1843 (Some researchers say 18 Dec.) in Athens, TN McMinn Co. (From "Burials and Deaths in Columbus Enquier" by B. W. Wright and Jourdan's obituary on p. 77 of "Marriages and Obituaries from Various GA Newspapers" by Huxford)" [Helen Leino, http://files.usgwarchives.org/ga/jones/bios/jourdan.txt]


General Notes: Wife - Mary Josephine THORNTON

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Troup County, LaGrange;
Series: M432 Roll: 84 Page: 122: 101 108 Mary J. JOURDAN 38 F 1500 VA;
Madelene " 13 F GA;
Marrah [sic, Maria] " 11 F GA;
Warren E. " 9 M GA;
Reubin T. " 7 M GA.

In 1870, "May J." [Mary Josephine] JORDAN and her son, Warren, live in the home of her daughter, Mary Elizabeth, and her husband, Dr. Willis WESTMORELAND, in Fulton County, Georgia


Notes: Marriage

"In Gainesville, on the 25th ultimo, by the Rev. Mr. GLENN, Col. Warren JOURDAN of Jones County, to Miss Mary Josephine THORNTON, eldest daughter of Reuben THORNTON, Esq., of the former place." (Genealogical Abstracts from the "Georgia Journal" (Milledgeville ) Newspaper by Tad Evans 1995, Vol. 4, page 775).


General Notes: Child - Madeline Virginia JOURDAN

QUESTION: Madilene Virginia JOURDAN's BRYAN family??
1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Houston County, Eleventh District; Series: M653 Roll: 127 Page: 1040:
634 M. L. BRYAN 27 M Farmer 23,000 26,975 GA;
L. E. BYRAN 20 M GA;
Mandaline [sic] " 24 F GA;
Laura " 5 F GA;
Benjamin " 3 M GA.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Houston County, Perry P O; Series: M593 Roll: 158 Page: 205:
3565 3754 BRYAN Mathew L. 27 M W Farmer 10,000 2500 GA;
-- Madelene J 33 F W Keeping house GA;
-- Robert H. 32 M W Farmer GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton county, Adamsville; Series: T9 Roll: 147 Page: 72:
177 177 BRYN [sic, BRYAN] Mat L. W M 47 M Farmer GA GA GA;
-- Mary J. W F 43 Wife M Housekeeping GA GA GA;
-- Robert H. W M 44 Brother S Farming GA GA GA


General Notes: Child - Maria Elizabeth JOURDAN

Maria Elizabeth JOURDAN was a daughter of col. Warren R. JOUDAN and his third wife, Mary J. THOMPSON. She was a graduate of the Baptist College in LaGrange, Georgia.

Shortly after her seventeenth birthday, she married Doctor Willis Foreman WESTMORELAND of Atlanta, Georgia..


General Notes: Child - Warren E. JOURDAN, Jr., CSA

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Ward 5, Atlanta; Series: M653 Roll: 122 Page: 885: Line 17 W. JORDAN 18 M Clerk GA. Appears to be living in the Atlanta Hotel.

18 March 1861 in Fulton County, Georgia, Warren JOURDAN enlisted in the Confederate Army.
Muster Roll of First Regiment Georgia Volunteers, C. S. A. Mustered in at Macon, April 3d, 1861 - Mustered Out at Augusta, March 12, 1862.
Published in the Macon Weekly Telegraph, Date: 1912-05-07, p. 6: List of Privates in the Gate City Guards, Co. "F," includes JOURDAN, Warren. ["Gate City" is a nickname for Atlanta, Georgia.]

In 1870, Warren, Jr., 31, single, resides in the home of his sister, Mary Elizabetrh, and her husband, Dr. Willis WESTMORELAND, in Fulton County, Georgia.

Warren Jourdan Unconscious
"ATLANTA, Aug. 1 - Warren JOURDAN, a tailor for thirty years in the employ of LYNCH, was found unconscious in his room last night as the result of an overdose of morphine. JOURDAN had been addicted to the drug, and it was evidently not taked with suicidal intent. He recently stopped the use of it for quite a time and was thought ot have given it up, but, returned to it. As a result of the use of the drug his head was bent clear over onto his chest. It is said he will probably die." [Published in the Macon Weekly Telegraph; Date: 1907-08-02]


General Notes: Child - Reuben T. JOURDAN

"Reuben b. 1843." [David Leon "Tuck" Wilson, III]
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+Daniel Joyce,b.23 Nov (abt 1978)


General Notes: Child - Kail Quinn JOYCE

8-Kail Quinn Joyce,b. 20 Dec 2007,Denver, Colorado


General Notes: Child - Kian Gavin JOYCE

8-Kian Gavin Joyce, b. 7 Feb 2009, Denver, Colorado
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Gordon Marion McCAULEY and Helen Elizabeth JOYCE




Husband Gordon Marion McCAULEY 3648

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       Father: Nelson McCAULEY (1866-1945) 3648
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8-Kail Quinn Joyce,b. 20 Dec 2007,Denver, Colorado
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Kian Gavin JOYCE




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8-Kian Gavin Joyce, b. 7 Feb 2009, Denver, Colorado
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Rufus P. ULMER and Mabel JOYNER




Husband Rufus P. ULMER 806,4742

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       Father: Clayton ULMER (1865-      ) 806
       Mother: Anna L. HUDSON (1873-1919) 806


     Marriage: 9 Mar 1918 - Grady County, Georgia



Wife Mabel JOYNER 4742

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General Notes: Husband - Rufus P. ULMER

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


Notes: Marriage

ULMER, Ruffus JOYNER, Mabel 09 Mar 1918 A 453 Grady County Marriages (http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gagrady2/vitalstats/bookagrooms.html)
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Curtis H. JUDGE, Jr.




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David JUDGE




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       Father: Judge, Colonel Thomas James JUDGE, CSA, Alabama Supreme Court (1815-      ) 4487,4488
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       Father: Judge, Colonel Thomas James JUDGE, CSA, Alabama Supreme Court (1815-      ) 4487,4488
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       Father: Judge, Colonel Thomas James JUDGE, CSA, Alabama Supreme Court (1815-      ) 4487,4488
       Mother: Susan J. GRAVES (Abt 1821-      ) 4487,4488




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Mary JUDGE




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Wife Mary JUDGE 4487

         Born: Abt 1851 - Alabama 4487
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       Father: Judge, Colonel Thomas James JUDGE, CSA, Alabama Supreme Court (1815-      ) 4487,4488
       Mother: Susan J. GRAVES (Abt 1821-      ) 4487,4488




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Mary C. JUDGE




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Wife Mary C. JUDGE

         Born: 14 Jul 1813 - Richland District, South Carolina
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       Father: William JUDGE (Cir 1790-      ) 468
       Mother: Mary H. HUTCHINSON (1793-1878) 468




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Mattie JUDGE




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Wife Mattie JUDGE 4487

         Born: Abt 1865 - Alabama 4487
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       Father: Judge, Colonel Thomas James JUDGE, CSA, Alabama Supreme Court (1815-      ) 4487,4488
       Mother: Susan J. GRAVES (Abt 1821-      ) 4487,4488




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Sally JUDGE




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Wife Sally JUDGE 4493

         Born: Abt 1845 - Alabama 4493
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       Father: Judge, Colonel Thomas James JUDGE, CSA, Alabama Supreme Court (1815-      ) 4487,4488
       Mother: Susan J. GRAVES (Abt 1821-      ) 4487,4488




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