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Isaac W. MALLORY and Elma RAIFORD




Husband Isaac W. MALLORY

          AKA: Ike MALLORY
         Born: 21 Nov 1860 - St. Francis County, Arkansas
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         Died: 15 Oct 1914
       Buried:  - Mount Vernon Cemetery, St. Francis County, Arkansas
     Marriage: 20 Jan 1892 - St. Francis County, Arkansas



Wife Elma RAIFORD 2141

         Born: Aug 1867 - Marshall County, Mississippi
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         Died: 28 Oct 1929 - St. Francis County, Arkansas
       Buried:  - Mount Vernon Cemetery, St. Francis County, Arkansas


       Father: Pvt. Phillip T. RAIFORD, CSA (1838-1902) 1794,2141
       Mother: Alcea ANTHONY (Abt 1844-Bef 1874) 2141




Children
1 M Ned MALLORY, USA, WWI

         Born: 5 Apr 1898 - St. Francis County, Arkansas
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         Died: 1 Jun 1968 - Shelby County, Tennessee
       Buried:  - Mount Vernon Cemetery, St. Francis County, Arkansas
       Spouse: Eva Elizabeth SCOTT (1905-1998)
         Marr: 20 Jul 1935


2 F Nina H. MALLORY

         Born: May 1900 - St. Francis County, Arkansas
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General Notes: Husband - Isaac W. MALLORY

On 20 January 1892, Isaac Or Ike Mallory, age, 30, married Elma Raiford, age 23. ["Arkansas Marriages, 1837-1944,"]

1900 U.S. Census, Arkansas, St. Francis County, Forrest City, Series: T623 Roll: ___ Page: 14B:
294 307 MALLORY IKe W. Head W M Nov 1861 38 M 8 AR VA VA Saloon Prop.
-- Elma Wife W F Aug 1867 32 M 8 MS MS AL
-- Ned Son W M April 1898 2 S AR AR MS AL MS
-- Nina H. Dau W F May 1900 0/12 S AR AR MS
KIRBY Julia Servant W F Feby 1860 40 Wd MS __ MS Cook

Isaac W. "Ike" Mallory is buried in Mount Vernon Cemetery, Forrest City, St. Francis County, Arkansas. Find A Grave Memorial# 16436601 presents this biography:
Ike W. Mallory is a native of St.Francis county, having been born on November 21, 1860. He is the youngest son of (Edward and Sarah Elizabeth) Ned and Bettie (Chambliss) Mallory, both of whom were pioneers of this county, and his father was one of the first volunteers in the Southern army in the war between the States. His mother died when he was yet in infancy, and his father survived her only a few years, dying in 1868, and he grew up a orphan. After his father's death, he lived with his aunt, Mrs. I. D. Nash, for a year, and then with his brother and sisters, who lived happily together. After the marriage of his brother he lived with him on the farm until 1877, when his brother engaged in the livery business in this city, and he was a handy man around the barn for twelve months, and "could do anything from swilling the hogs to driving the best team in the stable." This was before the Iron Mountain railroad was built through this county, and, to use his own words: "When it came to driving a drummer to the outlying towns, why that was pepper in my gravy, because I got to eat at a hotel and sleep in a real bed, for which I stayed at home and worked in the stable I had to eat with 'Mose', and sleep in the hay loft with John Womack and a bear." His sister, Mrs. Goddard, took him in for a night after his brother cut him loose. Then he went to live with Mr. George Seaborn. When the yellow fever broke out in Forrest City, and I hope it never be my misfortune to have to go through another yellow fever epidemic. Under the firm name Mallory & Vaccaro, with Mr. A .J.Vaccaro, "I have the best saloon and the best liquors in Eastern Arkansas: I have the best wife, and prettiest boy (Ned) of any man in the state." On January 20, 1892 I married Miss Elma Raiford, of Byhalia, Mississippi. The son, Ned, was born April 5,1898.
Memorial notes: Birth: Nov. 21, 1860, Death: Oct. 15, 1914.
Family links: Parents: Edward Mallory (1823 - 1868) and Elizabeth Chambliss Mallory (1825 - 1862). Spouse: Elma Raiford Mallory (1874 - 1928). Children: Ned Mallory (1898 - 1968)
Inscription: FATHER.


General Notes: Wife - Elma RAIFORD

Elma Raiford married Isaac "Ike" Mallory on 20 January 1892.

Elma Mallory died 28 October 1929 in Saint Francis County, Arkansas. ["Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950,"]

Elma Raiford Mallory is buried in Mount Vernon Cemetery, Forrest City, St. Francis County, Arkansas. Find A Grave Memorial# 16436597 presents this obituary:
Mrs.Elma Raiford Mallory, 59 [sic] years, died suddenly at her home Monday morning, Oct. 28, 1929. On entering her room about ten o'clock she was found dead and it is supposed that death occurred several hours earlier. Mrs. Mallory was a native of Byhalia, Miss., and came here with her father in her early teens. During the years she had taken an active part in both the social and church life of Forrest City. It would be safe to say that she was without an enemy, as her disposition was such that acquaintances became loving friends. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon from the residence and conducted by Rev. Eli Myers of the Methodist church and Rev. M. L. Morley of the Church of the Good Shepherd. Interment was in the Mt. Vernon cemetery where the husband of the deceased, who preceded her in death about twelve years, was interred. Surviving relatives are one son, Ned Mallory; half brother, Raiford Matthews, Memphis; niece, Mrs. Fred Seaton, and nephew, Lieut.Newman Laughinghouse, Long Island, N.Y. Active pall bearers were:Leo and Gazzola Vaccaro, James Alley, John W. Alderson, W. W. Campbell, G. V. McCleskey; Honorary:M. B. Norfleet, H. A. Knight, R. C. Eldridge, Henry Gray, Thomas Fondren, and Lloyd Mullikin. Forrest City Times-Herald Oct. 31, 1929.
Memorial notes:
Parents: Philip T. Raiford (1838 - 1902). Spouse: Isaac W. Mallory (1860 - 1914). Children: Ned Mallory (1898 - 1968). Sibling: Willie Alicia Raiford Laughinghouse (1866 - 1925).
Inscription: MOTHER.


General Notes: Child - Ned MALLORY, USA, WWI

Ned Mallory is buried in Mount Vernon Cemetery, Forrest City, St. Francis County, Arkansas. Find A Grave Memorial# 16436612 presents this obituary:
Funeral services for Ned Mallory, 70, who died Saturday night in Baptist Hospital in Memphis, were held today at the Methodist Church. Rev. Byron McSpadden conducted the services, with burial in Mt.Vernon cemetery under direction of Stevens Funeral Home. Mr. Mallory was born here April 5, 1898, the son of Elma Raiford Mallory and Ike W.Mallory, a pioneer family of this area. He spent his entire life here, and at the time of his death resided at 223 N. Izard Street. A World War I veteran, he was active in the American Legion and the Forty and Eight. He was a member of the First Methodist Church and the Forrest City Lions Club. Mr. Mallory has been the City clerk here for 12 years. He had been in failing health since 1948, and seriously ill since November. Mr. Mallory is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Scott Mallory, whom he married in 1935; two daughters, Mrs. Martin Chaffin of Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. James Van Dover of Marianna, and three grandchildren. Forrest City Times Herald. June 1,1968
[1954 St. Francis County History]
BIO - Ned Mallory, son of the late I. W. and Elma (Raiford) Mallory, was born April 5, 1898. He is one of the county's best known residents with ancestry in St. Francis County extending back to pioneer days. His grandfather, Ned Mallory, moved here from Virginia and was of the first volunteers in the Southern Army during the Civil War. His maternal grandfather was Phillip Raiford, who moved here from Marshall County, Miss. Ned attended public schools in Forrest City and later studied at Bingham School, Asheville, N. C. and Castle Heights, Lebanon, Tenn. He volunteered for service in World War I Aug. 5, 1917, during which time he got an appointment to Annapolis but preferred the Army from which he was honorably discharged Apr. 30, 1919. On July 20, 1935 he married Miss Elizabeth Scott, daughter of W. W. and Eva (Finley) Scott, and to this union two daughters were born, Elma Elizabeth, a senior in the high school, and Mary Ned, who is in the seventh grade. Known throughout the state for his activities in the American Legion, Mr. Mallory has served as local Commander and District Commander, and at present is Child Welfare Chairman of the American Legion Dept. of Arkansas. The Mallorys are Methodists and live on the corner of Izard and Garland, where Mr. Mallory was born and reared.
Memorial notes:
Birth: Apr. 5, 1898. Death: Jun. 1, 1968.
Believe this is his wife in SSDI:
ELIZABETH S MALLORY 19 Feb 1905 06 Aug 1998 (V) 72366 (Marvell, Phillips, AR)
Family links: Parents: Isaac W. Mallory (1860 - 1914) and Elma Raiford Mallory (1874 - 1928)
Inscription: WWI.
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Richard VAN DOVER and Mary Ned MALLORY




Husband Richard VAN DOVER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Ned MALLORY, USA, WWI (1898-1968)
       Mother: Eva Elizabeth SCOTT (1905-1998)




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1 M James Richard VAN DOVER, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Mary Ned MALLORY

Mary Ned Mallory married first James Richard Van Dover in 1961.

Mary Ned Foster is named as a surviving daughter in the August 1998 obituary of Elizabeth Scott Mallory.

Mary Ned Foster (Winston) is named as a surviving sister and spouse in the May 2013 obituary of Elma Mallory Chaffin.


Notes: Marriage

Miss Mary Ned Mallory wed James Richard Van Dover July 2 in Forrest City First Methodist Church. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Mallory of Forrest City, and he is the son of Mrs. A. Boyson Bratcher of Marianna and the late Aubrey Van Dover of Gurdon. [The Arkansas Gazette, Little Rock, Arkansas, Sunday, July 9, 1961, Page 31]


General Notes: Child - James Richard VAN DOVER, Jr.

Mary Ned and Jim Van Dover of Marianna announce the birth of their first child, a son, James Richard Van Dover, Jr. on July 6. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ned Mallory of Forrest City and Mrs. Boysen Bratcher of Little Rock. The great-grandmother is Mrs. Tax Tillman of Gurdon. [The Arkansas Gazette, Little Rock, Arkansas, Tuesday, July 11, 1967, Page 11]
From Marianna comes word of the birth of the first child to Mr. and Mrs. James R. Van Dover.. James Richard, Jr. arrived July 6 at Baptist Hospital in Memphis... [The Arkansas Democrat, Little Rock, Arkansas, Tuesday, July 11, 1967, Page 6]

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Ned MALLORY, USA, WWI and Eva Elizabeth SCOTT




Husband Ned MALLORY, USA, WWI

         Born: 5 Apr 1898 - St. Francis County, Arkansas
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         Died: 1 Jun 1968 - Shelby County, Tennessee
       Buried:  - Mount Vernon Cemetery, St. Francis County, Arkansas


       Father: Isaac W. MALLORY (1860-1914)
       Mother: Elma RAIFORD (1867-1929) 2141


     Marriage: 20 Jul 1935



Wife Eva Elizabeth SCOTT

         Born: 19 Feb 1905 - Fayette County, Tennessee
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         Died: 6 Aug 1998 - Phillips County, Arkansas
       Buried: 8 Aug 1998 - Mount Vernon Cemetery, St. Francis County, Arkansas


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1 F Mary Ned MALLORY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Richard VAN DOVER (living)


2 F Elma Elizabeth MALLORY

         Born: 12 Apr 1936 - Shelby County, Tennessee
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         Died: 8 May 2013 - Lee County, Arkansas
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       Spouse: William Martin CHAFFIN (living)



General Notes: Husband - Ned MALLORY, USA, WWI

Ned Mallory is buried in Mount Vernon Cemetery, Forrest City, St. Francis County, Arkansas. Find A Grave Memorial# 16436612 presents this obituary:
Funeral services for Ned Mallory, 70, who died Saturday night in Baptist Hospital in Memphis, were held today at the Methodist Church. Rev. Byron McSpadden conducted the services, with burial in Mt.Vernon cemetery under direction of Stevens Funeral Home. Mr. Mallory was born here April 5, 1898, the son of Elma Raiford Mallory and Ike W.Mallory, a pioneer family of this area. He spent his entire life here, and at the time of his death resided at 223 N. Izard Street. A World War I veteran, he was active in the American Legion and the Forty and Eight. He was a member of the First Methodist Church and the Forrest City Lions Club. Mr. Mallory has been the City clerk here for 12 years. He had been in failing health since 1948, and seriously ill since November. Mr. Mallory is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Scott Mallory, whom he married in 1935; two daughters, Mrs. Martin Chaffin of Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. James Van Dover of Marianna, and three grandchildren. Forrest City Times Herald. June 1,1968
[1954 St. Francis County History]
BIO - Ned Mallory, son of the late I. W. and Elma (Raiford) Mallory, was born April 5, 1898. He is one of the county's best known residents with ancestry in St. Francis County extending back to pioneer days. His grandfather, Ned Mallory, moved here from Virginia and was of the first volunteers in the Southern Army during the Civil War. His maternal grandfather was Phillip Raiford, who moved here from Marshall County, Miss. Ned attended public schools in Forrest City and later studied at Bingham School, Asheville, N. C. and Castle Heights, Lebanon, Tenn. He volunteered for service in World War I Aug. 5, 1917, during which time he got an appointment to Annapolis but preferred the Army from which he was honorably discharged Apr. 30, 1919. On July 20, 1935 he married Miss Elizabeth Scott, daughter of W. W. and Eva (Finley) Scott, and to this union two daughters were born, Elma Elizabeth, a senior in the high school, and Mary Ned, who is in the seventh grade. Known throughout the state for his activities in the American Legion, Mr. Mallory has served as local Commander and District Commander, and at present is Child Welfare Chairman of the American Legion Dept. of Arkansas. The Mallorys are Methodists and live on the corner of Izard and Garland, where Mr. Mallory was born and reared.
Memorial notes:
Birth: Apr. 5, 1898. Death: Jun. 1, 1968.
Believe this is his wife in SSDI:
ELIZABETH S MALLORY 19 Feb 1905 06 Aug 1998 (V) 72366 (Marvell, Phillips, AR)
Family links: Parents: Isaac W. Mallory (1860 - 1914) and Elma Raiford Mallory (1874 - 1928)
Inscription: WWI.


General Notes: Wife - Eva Elizabeth SCOTT

FORREST CITY - Elizabeth Scott Mallory, 93, homemaker, died of heart disease Thursday at Helena Regional Medical Center in West Helena. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. today in Mt. Vernon Cemetery. Stevens Funeral Home has charge. She was a member of First United Methodist Church and PEO Sisterhood. Mrs. Mallory, the widow of Ned Mallory, leaves two daughters, Mary Ned Foster of Marvell and Elma Chaffin of Marianna; a sister, Pauline Rogers, three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. The family requests that any memorials be sent to First United Methodist Church in Forrest City. [The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tennessee, Saturday, August 8, 1998]


General Notes: Child - Mary Ned MALLORY

Mary Ned Mallory married first James Richard Van Dover in 1961.

Mary Ned Foster is named as a surviving daughter in the August 1998 obituary of Elizabeth Scott Mallory.

Mary Ned Foster (Winston) is named as a surviving sister and spouse in the May 2013 obituary of Elma Mallory Chaffin.


General Notes: Child - Elma Elizabeth MALLORY

Obituary: Elma Mallory Chaffin, April 12, 1936 - May 8, 2013
Elma Mallory Chaffin passed away peacefully on Wednesday May 8, surrounded by her loving family. She was born on April 12,1936 in Memphis, Tennessee to Ned and Elizabeth Scott Mallory. Raised in Forrest City, Arkansas, she attended Forrest City High School and Mississippi State College for Women, before later graduating proudly with honors as a "non-traditional" student with a BA in Education from Arkansas State University. She began to teach 2nd grade at Marvell Elementary in 1993. She loved encouraging her students and they loved her. Her teaching career was shortened by her fierce battle with cancer. Through her strength of will and zest for life, she beat all odds conquering her cancer diagnosis 19 years ago. Elma was an involved member of the Marianna community. She was active in her church and showed great enthusiasm for the Bible as a Sunday school teacher. She was an avid reader and gardener. She truly enjoyed the company of her dear friends and remained active in both P.E.O. and bridge club. Elma will be treasured in memory as a strong Southern woman, a doting wife and loving mother to all her children, daughters to great grand. She is survived by her loving and dedicated husband of 59 years, Martin Chaffin; her daughters, Elizabeth Gibson (Tim) and Mallory Chaffin of Athens, Georgia; grandchildren Laura Gibson Smith (Wilson) and Annabelle Sachs and great-granddaughter Vera Elizabeth Smith; her sister Mary Ned Foster (Winston); nephew Jay Van Dover (Tracey) and niece, Mallory Van Dover (Brian Cato); and a host of beautiful loving family. A memorial service will be held at The First United Methodist Church in Marianna Arkansas at 2 p.m. on Saturday May 11th. Roller Citizens Funeral Home in Marianna will provide arrangements. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be given in Elma’s honor to: The First United Methodist Church of Marianna, 59 South Poplar, Marianna, Arkansas 72360. [http://www.rollerfuneralhomes.com]

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Nina H. MALLORY




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Wife Nina H. MALLORY

         Born: May 1900 - St. Francis County, Arkansas
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       Father: Isaac W. MALLORY (1860-1914)
       Mother: Elma RAIFORD (1867-1929) 2141




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Charles MALONE




Husband Charles MALONE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: John L. MALONE (1812-1885)
       Mother: Ann Rebecca GOODING (      -1890)





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Edith MALONE




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       Father: John L. MALONE (1812-1885)
       Mother: Ann Rebecca GOODING (      -1890)




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Edward Eugene MALONE, Jr.




Husband Edward Eugene MALONE, Jr. 863

         Born: Abt 1885 863
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       Father: 2Lt. Edward Eugene MALONE, CSA (1840-1906) 169
       Mother: Catherine GUNNELL (1856-1937)





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Elizabeth MALONE




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Wife Elizabeth MALONE 3715

         Born: 1901 - Mississippi 4783
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       Father: John W. MALONE (1856-      ) 2043,3714
       Mother: Lillian KEMP (1867-      ) 393,2547,3714




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Elizabeth Jane MALONE




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Wife Elizabeth Jane MALONE 863

         Born: 4 Jan 1839 863
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         Died: 9 Apr 1840 - Baltimore County, Maryland 863
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       Father: John L. MALONE (1812-1885) 863
       Mother: Mary Ann WYTHE (1815-1853) 863




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John MALONE




Husband John MALONE 863

         Born: Aug 1853 863
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       Father: John L. MALONE (1812-1885) 863
       Mother: Mary Ann WYTHE (1815-1853) 863





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John MALONE, Jr.




Husband John MALONE, Jr. 863

         Born: 25 Oct 1842 863
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         Died: 14 Jan 1846 - Baltimore County, Maryland 863
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       Father: John L. MALONE (1812-1885) 863
       Mother: Mary Ann WYTHE (1815-1853) 863





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John L. MALONE and Mary Ann WYTHE




Husband John L. MALONE 863

         Born: 11 May 1812 - Drogheda, County Meath, Ireland 863
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         Died: 28 Mar 1885 - Baltimore County, Maryland 863
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     Marriage: 8 Mar 1838 - Baltimore County, Maryland 863

 Other Spouse: Ann Rebecca GOODING (      -1890) 863 - Bef 1857



Wife Mary Ann WYTHE 863

         Born: 25 Dec 1815 - Baltimore County, Maryland 863
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         Died: 2 Aug 1853 - Front Royal, Virginia 863
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1 F Elizabeth Jane MALONE 863

         Born: 4 Jan 1839 863
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         Died: 9 Apr 1840 - Baltimore County, Maryland 863
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2 M 2Lt. Edward Eugene MALONE, CSA 169

         Born: 20 Sep 1840 - Front Royal, Virginia 863
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         Died: 11 Nov 1906 - Esmeralda County, Nevada 863
       Buried:  - Protestant Lot, Goldfield, Nevada
       Spouse: Catherine GUNNELL (1856-1937)
         Marr: Abt 1875


3 M John MALONE, Jr. 863

         Born: 25 Oct 1842 863
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4 F Mary Teresa MALONE 863

         Born: 17 Nov 1844 - Baltimore County, Maryland 863
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         Died: 13 Jan 1928 - Salisbury, Maryland 863
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5 M John MALONE 863

         Born: Aug 1853 863
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General Notes: Child - 2Lt. Edward Eugene MALONE, CSA

"Military service: Bet. 13 August 1861 & April 1865, Private, Co. A, 17th VA Infantry, Confederate States Army;2nd Lieut. Co. C, 3rd Confederate Engineers Troop, Army of Tennessee." [Barbara (Mrs. John) Spain]
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Joshua Gunnell MALONE and Margaret WILLIAM




Husband Joshua Gunnell MALONE 863

         Born: 8 Jan 1888 - Black Mountain, North Carolina 863
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       Father: 2Lt. Edward Eugene MALONE, CSA (1840-1906) 169
       Mother: Catherine GUNNELL (1856-1937)


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1 M Richard MALONE (details suppressed for this person)

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Thomas Capel WILLIS and Katherine Gunnell MALONE




Husband Thomas Capel WILLIS 863

         Born: 26 Aug 1881 - Strasburg, Virginia 863
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       Buried:  - Fairfax City Cemetery, Fairfax County, Virginia 863


       Father: James Houston WILLIS, Sr. (      -      ) 863
       Mother: Ione Cordelia MILLER (      -      ) 863


     Marriage: 17 Oct 1913 - Washington, District of Columbia 863



Wife Katherine Gunnell MALONE 863

         Born: 8 Jan 1888 - Black Mountain, North Carolina 863
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       Buried:  - Fairfax City Cemetery, Fairfax County, Virginia 863


       Father: 2Lt. Edward Eugene MALONE, CSA (1840-1906) 169
       Mother: Catherine GUNNELL (1856-1937)




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1 F Katherine Stanhope WILLIS 863

         Born: 28 Dec 1914 863
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       Spouse: Louis J. CRUSCO (Cir 1910-      ) 863
         Marr: 4 Dec 1947 863


2 F Nancy Russell WILLIS 863

         Born: 12 Sep 1916 - Washington, District of Columbia 241
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         Died: 29 Aug 1996 - Syracuse, New York 241
       Buried:  - Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington County, Virginia 4839
       Spouse: Cmdr. Omar Norman SPAIN, Jr., USN, WWII (1913-1967) 3808
         Marr: 10 Sep 1937 - King County, Washington 863



General Notes: Child - Nancy Russell WILLIS

Nancy Russell WILLIS married Omar Norman SPAIN. They are buried together in Arlington National Cemetery. A picture of her side of their headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 49320444 created by John C. Anderson on Mar 06, 2010:

NANCY W
HIS WIFE
SEP 12 1916
AUG 29 1996

"NANCY W SPAIN 12 Sep 1916 29 Aug 1996 (P) 13152 (Skaneateles, Onondaga, NY ) (none specified) 114-38-8953 New York" [SSDI]
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Lillian MALONE




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Wife Lillian MALONE 3715

         Born: 1900 - Mississippi 4783
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       Father: John W. MALONE (1856-      ) 2043,3714
       Mother: Lillian KEMP (1867-      ) 393,2547,3714




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Mary Teresa MALONE




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Wife Mary Teresa MALONE 863

         Born: 17 Nov 1844 - Baltimore County, Maryland 863
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         Died: 13 Jan 1928 - Salisbury, Maryland 863
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       Father: John L. MALONE (1812-1885) 863
       Mother: Mary Ann WYTHE (1815-1853) 863




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Miles Sturdevant MALONE




Husband Miles Sturdevant MALONE 3714,4783

         Born: Mar 1897 - Mississippi 3714
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       Father: John W. MALONE (1856-      ) 2043,3714
       Mother: Lillian KEMP (1867-      ) 393,2547,3714





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General Notes: Husband - Miles Sturdevant MALONE

Malone Brothers Letters, Accession #2935-p, Special Collections Dept., University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
Repository: Special Collections, University of Virginia Library
Accession number: 2935-p
Malone Brothers Letters 1917-1919
Physical Characteristics: This collection consists of 30 items.
"As a member of the American Expeditionary Forces, Miles was sent to France and Germany after being trained in the Fourth Officers Training Camp at Camp Sevier, South Carolina, and Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Georgia. It is obvious from his letters that he was proud to serve his country, and, on seeing the troops bound for the front in July 1918, he referred to them as happy and cheering, exhibiting what he describes as the "spirit of the U.S. Army." By October 1918 he was bound for Europe to do some "real soldering"; the American ships were cheered along their route upon their arrival in France. He described the countryside of France as he saw it from the sea, and gave his impression of the people after landing. By December he was a member of one of the "American crack regiments on the field" in Germany, and told of their arrival by marching through northern France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and parts of Germany, and described the countryside and the people. An interesting letter of January 18, 1919 provides a lengthy description of a parade in which the colors of the 23rd Infantry were decorated by the French in honor of the regiment's conduct at the Battle of Soissons. In February he wrote of having comfortable surroundings in the home of a German couple, traveling to Neuweid to a football game between the 1st and 2nd Divisions, and the rank of command in his regiment. A letter in April from Pleckhausen, Germany contains a description of the countryside and a tale of his patrol into the neutral zone. By this time he is looking forward to going home and receiving a "great welcome" from the American public, as they are anticipating peace in May."
(Extracted from the collection overview at http://ead.lib.virginia.edu/vivaead/published/uva-sc/viu03283.document)

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Richard MALONE




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       Father: Joshua Gunnell MALONE (1888-After 1966)
       Mother: Margaret WILLIAM





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Sarah Heath MALONE




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Wife Sarah Heath MALONE 3715

         Born: 1903 - Georgia 4783
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       Father: John W. MALONE (1856-      ) 2043,3714
       Mother: Lillian KEMP (1867-      ) 393,2547,3714




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Virginia MALONE




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Wife Virginia MALONE 4783

         Born: Dec 1909 - Georgia 3715
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       Father: John W. MALONE (1856-      ) 2043,3714
       Mother: Lillian KEMP (1867-      ) 393,2547,3714




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William Joseph MALONE




Husband William Joseph MALONE 863

         Born: 14 Sep 1858 863
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       Father: John L. MALONE (1812-1885) 863
       Mother: Ann Rebecca GOODING (      -1890) 863





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William Preston MALONE




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       Mother: Ann Rebecca GOODING (      -1890)





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Anna MALONEY




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Wife Anna MALONEY 4840

         Born: Abt 1874 - Texas
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       Father: James Madison MALONEY (1846-1923) 1688
       Mother: Margaret Elizabeth SMYER (1845-1931) 1689




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General Notes: Wife - Anna MALONEY

1880; Census Place: Precinct 1, Ellis, Texas; Roll: T9_1301; Family History Film: 1255301; Page: 393C; Enumeration District: 45; Image: 43 of 44: Maloney, James 33 GA SC SC...Anna 6 TX GA GA. Anna is not with her parents in the 1900 census and may be married or deceased.

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Carl MALONEY




Husband Carl MALONEY 154

         Born: Abt Aug 1909 - Texas
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       Father: Wilson MALONEY (1885-1967) 1687
       Mother: Nellie (1887-      ) 154





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Edward A. MALONEY




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         Born: 30 Jul 1871 - Waco, Texas 1687,1688
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       Buried: 12 Jan 1944 - Hillcrest Cemetery 1688


       Father: James Madison MALONEY (1846-1923) 1688
       Mother: Margaret Elizabeth SMYER (1845-1931) 1689





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General Notes: Husband - Edward A. MALONEY

1880; Census Place: Precinct 1, Ellis, Texas; Roll: T9_1301; Family History Film: 1255301; Page: 393C; Enumeration District: 45; Image: 43 of 44: Maloney, James 33 GA SC SC...Eddie 9 TX GA GA. In the 1900 census, another son is named Edd, born in Jul 188

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Eva MALONEY




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         Born: Abt 1908 - Texas
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       Father: Wilson MALONEY (1885-1967) 1687
       Mother: Nellie (1887-      ) 154




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James Madison MALONEY and Margaret Elizabeth SMYER




Husband James Madison MALONEY 1688

         Born: 28 Dec 1846 - Georgia 1687,1688
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       Buried: 15 Apr 1923 - Maloney Cemetery, Ellis County, Texas 1688


       Father: Adam B. MALONEY (1817-1904)
       Mother: Jane Delia BRYANT (1818-1888)


     Marriage: Abt 1868



Wife Margaret Elizabeth SMYER 1689

         Born: 27 Nov 1845 - Georgia 1687
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       Buried:  - Maloney Cemetery, Ellis County, Texas 1689


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1 F Susan MALONEY 1687

         Born: Sep 1869 - Georgia
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2 M Edward A. MALONEY 4840

         Born: 30 Jul 1871 - Waco, Texas 1687,1688
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       Buried: 12 Jan 1944 - Hillcrest Cemetery 1688



3 F Anna MALONEY 4840

         Born: Abt 1874 - Texas
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4 F Jewel MALONEY 4840

         Born: Abt Dec 1879 - Texas
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5 F Effie MALONEY 2368

         Born: 29 Oct 1882 - Ellis County, Texas 241,1687
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         Died: 5 Jun 1975 - Chandler, Ellis County, Texas 241
       Buried:  - Hillcrest Burial Park Cemetery
       Spouse: James Levi DANIELL (1882-1953) 2368
         Marr: 14 Nov 1905 - Ellis County, Texas


6 M Wilson MALONEY 1687

         Born: 7 Apr 1885 - Texas 241
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       Spouse: Nellie (1887-      ) 154
         Marr: Bef 1908


7 F Nova MALONEY 4407

          AKA: Nana MALONEY 1687
         Born: 20 Apr 1888 - Texas 4407
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         Died: 22 Aug 1957 - Ellis County, Texas 4407
       Buried: 23 Aug 1957 - Hillcrest Cemetery 4407
       Spouse: FRAZE (living)



General Notes: Husband - James Madison MALONEY

1870 U. S. Census, Georgia, Chattooga County, Melville P O; Series: M593 Roll: 142 Page: 161: 45 45 MALONY [sic] James 24 M W Farmer 200 200 GA; Margret 25 F W Keeping house GA;
-- Susan 10/12 F W GA Sept. [Next door, 43 43, no 44 44 listed, are James' parents,Adam MALONY [sic], 53, born in SC and wife Jane 52, born in SC, and siblings. RLD]

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Ellis County, Precinct 1; Series: T9 Roll: 1301 Page: 393: 352 361 MALONEY, James 33 GA SC SC; Marguret 34 GA NC SC; Susan 10 GA GA GA; Eddie 9 TX GA GA; Anna 6 TX GA GA; Eula 4 TX GA GA; Jewel 6/12 Dec. TX GA GA; SMYER, Emma Sister-in-law 24 GA NC SC; GREEN, Emma dau 3 TX GA TN.

James Madison Maloney and Margaret Elizabeth Smyer are listed as the parents of Nova Maloney, born 20 April 1888 in Ellis, Ellis County, Texas, ["Texas, Births and Christenings, 1840-1981," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F6GY-VQ3 : accessed 23 April 2015), James Madison Maloney in entry for Nova Maloney, 20 Apr 1888; citing Ellis, Ellis, Texas, reference v79-DB p81; FHL microfilm 1,639,038.]

1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Ellis County, 1-Pct; Series: T623 Roll: 1629 Page: 63: 116 120 MALONEY James Head W M Dec 1846 53 M 32 GA SC SC Farmer; Margarett Wife W F Nov 1845 54 M 32 8 7 GA SC SC; Susia Dau W F Sep 1869 30 S GA GA GA [Susan in 1880]; Edd Son W M July 1871 28 S TX GA GA Farmer; Effie Dau W F Oct 1882 17 S TX GA GA; Wilson Son W M Apr 1885 15 S TX GA GA Farmer; Nana [sic, Nova] Dau W F Apr 1888 12 S TX GA GA. [Effie married James Levi DANIELL.]

1910 U.S. Census, Texas, Ellis County, 1 J-Pct; Series: T624 Roll: 1549 Page: 77: 196 199 MALONEY J. M. Head M W 63 M1 41 GA GA SC Merchant General store; Margarette Wife F W 64 M1 41 9 8 GA Un SC; Edd Son M W 38 S TX GA GA Phone operator Office; Nova Dau F W 21 S TX GA GA.

1920 U.S. Census, Texas, Ellis County, Waxahachie; Series: T625 Roll: 1800 Page: 61: 105 105 MALONEY, James M. Head 0 F M W 73 M GA GA SC Merchant Retail grocery store; J. Margrett Wife F W 74 M GA US US; Edward Son M W 48 S TX GA GA Carpenter House.

James M Maloney, son of Adam Maloney and Jane Bryant, was born 28 December 1846 in Georgia, and died 14 April 1923 in Maloney, Ellis County, Texas. He was married. Certificate Number 11791.["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K3C2-VR4 : accessed 23 April 2015), Adam Maloney in entry for James M Maloney, 14 Apr 1923; citing certificate number 11791, State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 2,074,801.]

James is buried in Maloney Cemetery, Avalon, Ellis County, Texas. His headstone, shared with his wife Margret [sic] E., is pictured on Find A Grave Memorial# 33581413 created by Carol on Feb 06, 2009:

MOTHER FATHER
MARGRET E. Masonic Symbol
MALONEY J. M. MALONEY
NOV. 27, 1845 DEC. 28, 1846
(Blank) APR. 15, 1923
MALONEY


General Notes: Wife - Margaret Elizabeth SMYER

Margaret MALONEY, widow of James M. MALONEY, died 13 March 1931 in Ellis County, Texas. Her death certificate lists her age as 85 years, 3 months, 14 days, calculated to be 27 Nov 1845 as on her headstone. She was born in Georgia and had lived in Ellis County for 54 years and 8 days. Margaret's daughter, Mrs. Eula GARDNER, informant, said Margaret's father's surname was SMYER and her mother' surname was SMITH. [labs.familysearch.org, Film Number: 2135507, Digital Film Number: 4163592, Image Number: 1606, Reference Number: 12470, Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976]

"Margaret SMY" is listed as the mother of Edward A. MALONEY on his death certificate. Edward's sister, Effie Maloney DANIEL [sic], was the informant.

Margaret is buried in Maloney Cemetery, Avalon, Ellis County, Texas. Her headstone, shared with her husband James M. MALONEY, is pictured on Find A Grave Memorial# 33581403:

MOTHER FATHER
MARGRET E. Masonic Symbol
MALONEY J. M. MALONEY
NOV. 27, 1845 DEC. 28, 1846
(Blank) APR. 15, 1923
MALONEY


General Notes: Child - Susan MALONEY

The 1870 census of Melville, Chattooga County, Georgia, lists Susan MALONY [sic, MALONEY] age 10 months, born in Sept [1869], daughter of James and Margret.


General Notes: Child - Edward A. MALONEY

1880; Census Place: Precinct 1, Ellis, Texas; Roll: T9_1301; Family History Film: 1255301; Page: 393C; Enumeration District: 45; Image: 43 of 44: Maloney, James 33 GA SC SC...Eddie 9 TX GA GA. In the 1900 census, another son is named Edd, born in Jul 188


General Notes: Child - Anna MALONEY

1880; Census Place: Precinct 1, Ellis, Texas; Roll: T9_1301; Family History Film: 1255301; Page: 393C; Enumeration District: 45; Image: 43 of 44: Maloney, James 33 GA SC SC...Anna 6 TX GA GA. Anna is not with her parents in the 1900 census and may be married or deceased.


General Notes: Child - Jewel MALONEY

1880; Census Place: Precinct 1, Ellis, Texas; Roll: T9_1301; Family History Film: 1255301; Page: 393C; Enumeration District: 45; Image: 43 of 44: Maloney, James 33 GA SC SC...Jewel 6/12 Dec. TX GA GA. Jewel is not with her parents in the 1900 census and may be married or deceased.


General Notes: Child - Effie MALONEY

Effie MALONEY was identified as James Levi DANIELL's wife by Margaret ASHTON of Waxahachie, Texas in a telephone conversation on May 9, 2004. Margaret is the wife of Owen ASHTON, son of Herman Ogdon ASHTON who married Elizabeth DANIELL, Wynelle's sister. Margaret said that Effie was 92 when she died.

In the 1900 census of Ellis County, Effie MALONEY is 17, born in October 1882 in Texas. She lives with her parents, James 53 & Margie 54, both from Georgia, who have been married for 32 years, 8 children, 7 living. (1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Ellis County, Pct 1; Series: T623 Roll: 1629 Page: 63)

Effie is buried in Hillcrest Burial Park Cemetery, Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas. Her headstone, pictured on Find A Grave Memorial# 25554230, created by John Smith on Mar 26, 2008, reads:

EFFIE DANIELL
OCT. 29, 1882
JUNE 5, 1975

Death certificate extracts: Effie Daniel: Death: 05 Jun 1975; Chandler, Henderson, Texas; Age: 92 years; Birth: 29 Oct 1882, Texas; Father: J M Maloney; Mother: Margarette Elizabeth Smyer. [labs.familysearch.org, Film Number: 2240147; Digital Film Number: 4005486; Image Number: 00609; Reference Number: 44784; Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976.]

Obituary: CHANDLER--Mrs. Effie Maloney Daniel, 913 W. Marvin, Waxahachie, died here today while visiting in the home of a daughter. Funeral services are pending with the Boze-Mitchell Funeral Home of Waxahachie. Waxahachie Daily Light, Thurs., 5 June 1975, page 8, col. 5. Transcribed by Teresa Griffis.]

Obituary: DANIELL RITES HELD HERE TODAY
Funeral services for Mrs. Effie Maloney Daniell, 92, 916 W. Marvin, were conducted at 4 p.m. today at the Boze-Mitchell Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Robert Richmond, pastor of the First United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was in the Hillcrest Burial Park. Mrs. Daniell died Thursday at Chandler while visiting in the home of a daughter there. She was born at Malone on Oct. 29, 1882, and had lived in Waxahachie since 1939. Mrs. Daniell was a member of the First United Methodist Church and of the Adult Bible Class. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star at Nash and had for several years worked a the Swagon Garment Co. of Waxahachie. She was preceded in death by her husband, J. L. Daniell, in 1953. Survivors include a son, Leon Daniell of Chandler; 3 daughters, Mrs. Norman Lindsey of Chandler, Mrs. Herman Ashton and Mrs. J. B. Odom, both of Waxahachie; 8 grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were W. C. Bynum, J. E. Wakeland, Ewel Venable, Herschel Smith, Ralph Roebuck and Clyde King. [Waxahachie Daily Light, Friday, 6 June 1975, page 10, col. 4. Transcribed by Teresa Griffis.]


General Notes: Child - Wilson MALONEY

In 1910 Wilson MALONEY and family are listed in the census as five homes away from his sister, Effie, her husband James Levi DANIELL, and their children.

1910 U.S. Census, Texas, Ellis County, Justice Precinct No. 15, April 1910, Series: T624 Roll: 1549 Page: 77: MALONEY, Wilson Head M W 25 M1 5 TX GA GA; Nellie Wife F W 23 M1 2 2 TX Scotland Scotland; Eva Dau F W 2 S TX TX TX; Carl Son M W 8/12 S TX TX TX.

1920 U.S. Census, Texas, Ellis County, Justice Precinct No. 1, 1 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 1800 Page: 61: MALONEY, Wilson Head O M M W 34 M TX GA GA; Nellie Wife F W 33 M TX Scotland Scotland; Eva Dau F W 11 S TX TX TX; Carl Son M W 10 S TX TX TX; Ray Son M W 1 6/12 S TX TX TX.

WILSON MALONEY 07 Apr 1885 Jun 1967 75758 Chandler, Henderson, TX (none specified) 462-56-1437 Texas. (Social Security Death Index, Rootsweb)

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Jewel MALONEY




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         Born: Abt Dec 1879 - Texas
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       Father: James Madison MALONEY (1846-1923) 1688
       Mother: Margaret Elizabeth SMYER (1845-1931) 1689




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General Notes: Wife - Jewel MALONEY

1880; Census Place: Precinct 1, Ellis, Texas; Roll: T9_1301; Family History Film: 1255301; Page: 393C; Enumeration District: 45; Image: 43 of 44: Maloney, James 33 GA SC SC...Jewel 6/12 Dec. TX GA GA. Jewel is not with her parents in the 1900 census and may be married or deceased.


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Susan MALONEY




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Wife Susan MALONEY 1687

         Born: Sep 1869 - Georgia
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       Father: James Madison MALONEY (1846-1923) 1688
       Mother: Margaret Elizabeth SMYER (1845-1931) 1689




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General Notes: Wife - Susan MALONEY

The 1870 census of Melville, Chattooga County, Georgia, lists Susan MALONY [sic, MALONEY] age 10 months, born in Sept [1869], daughter of James and Margret.
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Girl MANASSCIO




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       Father: Joseph MANASSCIO
       Mother: June UNKNOWN




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Joseph MANASSCIO and June UNKNOWN




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       Father: UNKNOWN
       Mother: Lunette PALMER (      -      )




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2 F Girl MANASSCIO (details suppressed for this person)

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Molly MANASSCIO




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       Father: Joseph MANASSCIO
       Mother: June UNKNOWN




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Anna Martha MANER




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Wife Anna Martha MANER 13,4797

         Born: 7 Nov 1872 - South Carolina 4799
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         Died: 25 Apr 1953 - Hampton County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery


       Father: William Francis MANER (1816-1901) 13,4797,4798
       Mother: Anna M. SALLEY (1835-1922) 13,14,4797




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General Notes: Wife - Anna Martha MANER

Anna Martha MANER's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads:
Anna Martha Maner
Nov. 7, 1872 - Apr. 25, 1953 There from the music round about me stealing,
pain would learn the new and holy song.
And find at last beneath thy trees of healing
The life for which I long.
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)

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John Hancock ROBERT and Anne MANER




Husband John Hancock ROBERT 3925

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       Father: John ROBERT (1742-1826) 2116
       Mother: Elizabeth DIXON (1750-1820) 2116


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Wife Anne MANER 3925

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       Father: Samuel MANER, RW-SC (      -      ) 3926
       Mother: Mary MAY (      -      ) 3925




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Elizabeth K. MANER




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Wife Elizabeth K. MANER 13,4797

         Born: 21 Mar 1861 - South Carolina 4797
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       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery


       Father: William Francis MANER (1816-1901) 13,4797,4798
       Mother: Anna M. SALLEY (1835-1922) 13,14,4797




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General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth K. MANER

Elizabeth K. MANER's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads:

Bessie
Elizabeth King Maner
March 27, 1861,
April 19, 1900.
Gentle and loving in life,
In death thou art not forgotten.
Sleep on beloved sleep,
and take thy rest.
We loved thee well
But Jesus loved thee best.
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)

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Hart Moss MANER




Husband Hart Moss MANER 13,4797

         Born: 20 Jun 1875 - South Carolina 4797,4800
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       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery


       Father: William Francis MANER (1816-1901) 13,4797,4798
       Mother: Anna M. SALLEY (1835-1922) 13,14,4797





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General Notes: Husband - Hart Moss MANER

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Hampton County, Lawton Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1531 Page: 102: 257 268 MANER James K. Head W M Feb 1853 47 S SC SC SC Farmer; -- John O. Boarder W M Junr 1874 25 S SC SC SC At school; -- Hart M. Brother W M June 1875 24 S SC SC SC. (John O. MANER's relationship, if any, to James and Hart is not known.)

Hart M. MANER's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads:
Hart M. Maner
June 20, 1875
January 4, 1919
Grant him Thy eternal rest.
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)

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Howard D. MANER




Husband Howard D. MANER 4797

         Born: 18 May 1877 - South Carolina 4797
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       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery


       Father: William Francis MANER (1816-1901) 13,4797,4798
       Mother: Anna M. SALLEY (1835-1922) 13,14,4797





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General Notes: Husband - Howard D. MANER

Howard D. MANER's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads:

Howard D.
Son of
W. F. & A. M. Maner
Born
May 18, 1877
Died
Nov. 1, 1881
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)

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Ida R. MANER




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         Born: Abt 1870 - South Carolina 4797
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       Father: William Francis MANER (1816-1901) 13,4797,4798
       Mother: Anna M. SALLEY (1835-1922) 13,14,4797




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James King MANER




Husband James King MANER 4797

         Born: 24 Oct 1852 - South Carolina 4800
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       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery


       Father: William Francis MANER (1816-1901) 13,4797,4798
       Mother: Elizabeth KING (1827-1855)





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General Notes: Husband - James King MANER

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Hampton County, Lawton Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1531 Page: 102: 257 268 MANER James K. Head W M Feb 1853 47 S SC SC SC Farmer; -- John O. Boarder W M Junr 1874 25 S SC SC SC At school; -- Hart M. Brother W M June 1875 24 S SC SC SC. (John O. MANER's relationship, if any, to James and Hart is not known.)

The 1900 census provides an alternate date of death for James King MANER: Feb 1853.

James King MANER's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads:
James King Maner
Husband of Caroline Lawton Maner
Son of William Francis & Elizabeth King Maner
Born Oct. 24, 1852 - Garnett, S. C,
Died Apr. 10, 1911 - Garnett, S.C.
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)

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John Moss MANER




Husband John Moss MANER 13,4801

         Born: 10 Jul 1855 - South Carolina 4801
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       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery


       Father: William Francis MANER (1816-1901) 13,4797,4798
       Mother: Elizabeth KING (1827-1855)





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General Notes: Husband - John Moss MANER

John M. MANER's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads:

John M.
Son of W. F. & E. M. Maner
Born
July 10, 1855
Died
Sept. 3, 1867.
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)
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John O. MANER




Husband John O. MANER 4800

         Born: Dec 1874 - South Carolina 4800
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General Notes: Husband - John O. MANER

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Hampton County, Lawton Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1531 Page: 102: 257 268 MANER James K. Head W M Feb 1853 47 S SC SC SC Farmer; -- John O. Boarder W M Junr 1874 25 S SC SC SC At school; -- Hart M. Brother W M June 1875 24 S SC SC SC. (John O. MANER's relationship, if any, to James and Hart is not known.)
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John Seth MANER and Catherine MORGANDOLLAR




Husband John Seth MANER 13

         Born: 2 Jul 1785 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina
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Wife Catherine MORGANDOLLAR

         Born: 1 Feb 1794 - Beaufort District, South Carolina
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1 M William Francis MANER 13,4797,4798

         Born: Jan 1816 - South Carolina 4799
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       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery
       Spouse: Anna M. SALLEY (1835-1922) 13,14,4797
         Marr: Abt 1859
       Spouse: Elizabeth KING (1827-1855)



General Notes: Child - William Francis MANER

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Beaufort County, St Peter's Parish; Series: M653 Roll: 1214 Page: 69:
501 515 William F. MANER 44 M Planter 25,000 85,000 SC; Anna M. 24 F SC; James K. 7 M SC; Wm F. Jr. 6 M SC; John M. 4 M SC.

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Beaufort County, St Peter's Parish; Series: M593 Roll: 1485 Page: 251: 227 227 MANER Francis 55 M W Farmer M W Farmer 5000 3000 SC; -- Anna 35 F W Keeping house SC; -- Francis 16 M W Farm labor SC; (next page, 252) MANER Elizabeth ( F W SC; -- Robert 6 M W SC; -- Southwood 3 M W SC; -- Ida 7/12 F W SC; -- Maryan 9 F W SC; SALLEY John 23 M W Farm overseer SC.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Hampton County, Lawton; Series: T9 Roll: 1231 Page: 61: 23 23 MANER William F. W M 64(?) M Farmer SC SC SC; -- Anna M. W F 45 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; -- James K. W M 27 Son S Farm agent SC SC SC; -- William F. W M 26 Son S Timber merchant SC SC SC; -- Elizabeth _. W F 19 Dau S At home SC SC SC; -- Robert B. W M 16 Son S At home Rheumatism SC SC SC; -- Southwood W M 12 Son S SC SC SC; -- Ida R. W F 10 Dau S SC SC SC; -- Anna M. W F 7 Dau S SC SC SC; -- Hart M. W M 5 Son S SC SC SC; -- Howard E. W M 3 Son S SC SC SC.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Hampton County, Lawton Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1531 Page: 95: 118 125 MANER William F. Sr. Head W M Jan 1816 84 M 40 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Anna M. Wife W F July 1835 64 M 40 8 5 SC SC SC; -- Southland S. Son W M June 1867 32 S SC SC SC Farm laborer; -- Anna M. Dau W F Nov 1872 27 S SC SC SC.

William Francis MANER's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads:
William Francis Maner,
Jan. 12, 1816.
Dec. 23, 1901
Mark the Perfect Man and Behold the
Upright For the End of That Man is Peace
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)
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William Henry ROBERT and Mary MANER




Husband William Henry ROBERT 2116

         Born: 2 Jan 1780 - Robertsville, Beaufort County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 26 Aug 1835
       Buried: 


       Father: John ROBERT (1742-1826) 2116
       Mother: Elizabeth DIXON (1750-1820) 2116


     Marriage: 



Wife Mary MANER 2116

         Born: 25 Jan 1785 - St. Peter Parish, Beaufort County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1826 - Robertsville, Beaufort County, South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: Samuel MANER, RW-SC (      -      ) 3926
       Mother: Mary MAY (      -      ) 3925




Children
1 F Julia Caroline ROBERT 2504,2506

         Born: 4 Nov 1812 - Robertsville, Beaufort County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 Jul 1888 - Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Antioch Cemetery, Barnwell County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Dr. William Robinson ERWIN (1799-1856) 2117,2504,2505
         Marr: 4 Feb 1829 - Robertsville, Beaufort County, South Carolina 2116


2 F Sarah Ann Elizabeth ROBERT 2092,2113

         Born: 16 Apr 1807
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 Oct 1874 - South Carolina
       Buried:  - Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Brigadier General James Daniel ERWIN (1788-1852) 2092,2117
         Marr: 12 Jan 1825 2092


3 F Elizabeth ROBERT 3926

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Peyton L. WADE (      -      ) 3926
         Marr: Cir 1805



General Notes: Husband - William Henry ROBERT

1820 U.S. Census, Barnwell, No Twp; Series: M33 Roll: 119 Page: 30:
Wm H. ROBERT 0 0 1 0 1 0 3 2 0 1 0 0 74 0 2 37 17 19 8 28 13 17 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


General Notes: Child - Julia Caroline ROBERT

Julia Caroline ROBERT is a daughter of William Henry ROBERT and Mary MANOR. She is also a descendant of the first Huguenot minister in the Santee section of South Carolina and Landgrave SMITH through her grandmother Elizabeth DIXON.
Julia Caroline married Dr. William Robinson ERWIN on 4 April 1829. She and William had 11 children. William died in 1856, leaving Julia a widow with the youngest child then barely one year old.

Julia was head of household in the 1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Erwinton P O, 8 September 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 501: 560 560 Julia C ERWIN 43 F W Planter 26,000 56,855 SC; E. B. " 22 M W --- 8200 SC; Julia " 18 F W SC; Eugenia 16 M W SC; Lenoir ERWIN 10 M W SC; Ida " 8 F W SC; Marion " 5 M SC. The Rev. Dr. James Daniel ERWIN, 30, her son and his family, are her next door neighbors. On the other side is Robert MARTIN, 25, wife Anna, 24, and three young children. Anna is the daughter of General James Daniel ERWIN, Julia's brother-in-law. Robert MARTIN (Jr.) is the son of Robert MARTIN and Serena DANIEL, daughter of William and Eleanor DANIEL, brother of Sarah Daniel ERWIN and Mary "Aunt Polly" Daniel WOOD.

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Bull Pond Twp, 13 September 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 1483 Page: 198: 311 311 ERWIN Julia C. 58 F W Lady Farmer 10,000 1,500 SC; -- Ida 18 F W Attending school SC; -- Marion 15 M W Attending school SC.

Julia Caroline ERWIN is buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale county, South Carolina: "Julia C. E. Erwin; Widow of; Dr. W. R. Erwin.; Born Nov. 4, 1812; Died July 31 1888; Jesus will meet me." [http://www.sciway3.net/clark/allendale/cemantioch.html]


General Notes: Child - Sarah Ann Elizabeth ROBERT

Sarah A. E. ROBERT married General James D. ERWIN. The 1860 U.S. Census SOUTH CAROLINA BARNWELL ERWINTON P O Series: M653 Roll: 1213 Page: 501 - lists 558 558 Sarah A. ERWIN 53 F W Planter 28,900 30,475 SC, Mary J. 19 F W 3,000 SC. Sarah was widowed in 1852 when James D. ERWIN died. Who is this Mary J.? She is not named among the nine children of General James and Sarah ERWIN.

Sarah A. E. (ROBERT) ERWIN is buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina. An historical marker states: "Antioch; Christian Church; Organized in 1833; by Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Erwin; and Mrs. U. M. Robert, this; was the second Christian Church; (Disciplesof Christ); founded in South Carolina.; Dr. J. D. Erwin, II, served; as minister for forty years.; The present building was used as; a court house in 1865."

Sarah is buried in Antioch Cemetery, Allendale County, South Carolina: "Our Mother; Sarah A. E. Robert; Wife of Gen'l James D. Erwin; Born April 16th, 1807; Died October 25th, 1874." [http://www.sciway3.net/clark/allendale/cemantioch.html]
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Maud A. MANER




Husband

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Wife Maud A. MANER

         Born: 3 Oct 1879 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 Mar 1880 - Hampton County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery


       Father: William Francis MANER (1816-1901) 13,4797,4798
       Mother: Anna M. SALLEY (1835-1922) 13,14,4797




Children

General Notes: Wife - Maud A. MANER

Maud A. MANER's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads:

Little Maud A.
Daughter of
W. F .& A. M. Maner
Born
Oct. 3, 1879
Died
Mar. 1, 1880
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)

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Robert B. MANER




Husband Robert B. MANER 13,4797

         Born: Abt 1864 - South Carolina 4797
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William Francis MANER (1816-1901) 13,4797,4798
       Mother: Anna M. SALLEY (1835-1922) 13,14,4797





Wife

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Children

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Samuel MANER, RW-SC and Mary MAY




Husband Samuel MANER, RW-SC 3926

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 8 Jul 1772 - Santee, South Carolina 3925



Wife Mary MAY 3925

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John MAY (      -      ) 3925
       Mother: Mary STAFFORD (      -      ) 3925




Children
1 F Sarah MANER 3926

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John CRAWFORD (      -      ) 3925
       Spouse: Peyton L. WADE (      -      ) 3926


2 F Mary MANER 2116

         Born: 25 Jan 1785 - St. Peter Parish, Beaufort County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1826 - Robertsville, Beaufort County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: William Henry ROBERT (1780-1835) 2116


3 F Anne MANER 3925

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John Hancock ROBERT (      -      ) 3925



General Notes: Husband - Samuel MANER, RW-SC

From Robertville, South Carolina.
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Peyton L. WADE and Sarah MANER




Husband Peyton L. WADE 3926

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 

 Other Spouse: Elizabeth ROBERT (      -      ) 3926 - Cir 1805



Wife Sarah MANER 3926

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Samuel MANER, RW-SC (      -      ) 3926
       Mother: Mary MAY (      -      ) 3925



 Other Spouse: John CRAWFORD (      -      ) 3925


Children

General Notes: Husband - Peyton L. WADE

Owned "Lebanon Forest" plantation, Screven County, Georgia.
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Southward S. MANER




Husband Southward S. MANER 13,4797

         Born: 9 Jun 1867 - South Carolina 4799
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 Jan 1914 - Hampton County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery


       Father: William Francis MANER (1816-1901) 13,4797,4798
       Mother: Anna M. SALLEY (1835-1922) 13,14,4797





Wife

         Born: 
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Children

General Notes: Husband - Southward S. MANER

Southwood S. Maner's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads: "Southwood S. Maner
June 9, 1867 - Jan. 9, 1914
Ever Near Us Though Unseen -
Is His Beloved and Gentle Presence"
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)
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Capt. William MANER and Jane Aseneth MAY




Husband Capt. William MANER 3661

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Jane Aseneth MAY 4815

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Catherine MANER 3661

         Born: Cir 1777
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: William Henry LAWTON (1775-1827) 3661
         Marr: 31 Oct 1797 3660



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William Francis MANER, Jr.




Husband William Francis MANER, Jr. 4797,4798

         Born: 18 Apr 1864 - South Carolina 4797
   Christened: 
         Died: 20 Dec 1918 - Hampton County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery


       Father: William Francis MANER (1816-1901) 13,4797,4798
       Mother: Elizabeth KING (1827-1855)





Wife

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - William Francis MANER, Jr.

William Francis MANER's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads:
William Frank
Maner
March 26, 1854
December 20, 1918
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)
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William Francis MANER and Anna M. SALLEY




Husband William Francis MANER 13,4797,4798

         Born: Jan 1816 - South Carolina 4799
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 Dec 1901 - Hampton County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery


       Father: John Seth MANER (1785-1852) 13
       Mother: Catherine MORGANDOLLAR (1794-1862)


     Marriage: Abt 1859

 Other Spouse: Elizabeth KING (1827-1855)



Wife Anna M. SALLEY 13,14,4797

         Born: 16 Jul 1835 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina 745,4799
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 May 1922 - Hampton County, South Carolina 745
       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery


       Father: Major John Jones SALLEY, Sr. (1809-1880) 14,51,1371
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth MOSS (1812-1861) 14,1373




Children
1 F Elizabeth K. MANER 13,4797

         Born: 21 Mar 1861 - South Carolina 4797
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 Apr 1900 - Hampton County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery



2 M Robert B. MANER 13,4797

         Born: Abt 1864 - South Carolina 4797
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Southward S. MANER 13,4797

         Born: 9 Jun 1867 - South Carolina 4799
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 Jan 1914 - Hampton County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery



4 F Ida R. MANER 13,4797

         Born: Abt 1870 - South Carolina 4797
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 F Anna Martha MANER 13,4797

         Born: 7 Nov 1872 - South Carolina 4799
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 Apr 1953 - Hampton County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery



6 M Hart Moss MANER 13,4797

         Born: 20 Jun 1875 - South Carolina 4797,4800
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 Jan 1919 - Hampton County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery



7 M Howard D. MANER 4797

         Born: 18 May 1877 - South Carolina 4797
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 Nov 1881 - Hampton County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery



8 F Maud A. MANER

         Born: 3 Oct 1879 - South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 Mar 1880 - Hampton County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Black Swamp Cemetery




General Notes: Husband - William Francis MANER

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Beaufort County, St Peter's Parish; Series: M653 Roll: 1214 Page: 69:
501 515 William F. MANER 44 M Planter 25,000 85,000 SC; Anna M. 24 F SC; James K. 7 M SC; Wm F. Jr. 6 M SC; John M. 4 M SC.

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Beaufort County, St Peter's Parish; Series: M593 Roll: 1485 Page: 251: 227 227 MANER Francis 55 M W Farmer M W Farmer 5000 3000 SC; -- Anna 35 F W Keeping house SC; -- Francis 16 M W Farm labor SC; (next page, 252) MANER Elizabeth ( F W SC; -- Robert 6 M W SC; -- Southwood 3 M W SC; -- Ida 7/12 F W SC; -- Maryan 9 F W SC; SALLEY John 23 M W Farm overseer SC.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Hampton County, Lawton; Series: T9 Roll: 1231 Page: 61: 23 23 MANER William F. W M 64(?) M Farmer SC SC SC; -- Anna M. W F 45 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; -- James K. W M 27 Son S Farm agent SC SC SC; -- William F. W M 26 Son S Timber merchant SC SC SC; -- Elizabeth _. W F 19 Dau S At home SC SC SC; -- Robert B. W M 16 Son S At home Rheumatism SC SC SC; -- Southwood W M 12 Son S SC SC SC; -- Ida R. W F 10 Dau S SC SC SC; -- Anna M. W F 7 Dau S SC SC SC; -- Hart M. W M 5 Son S SC SC SC; -- Howard E. W M 3 Son S SC SC SC.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Hampton County, Lawton Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1531 Page: 95: 118 125 MANER William F. Sr. Head W M Jan 1816 84 M 40 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Anna M. Wife W F July 1835 64 M 40 8 5 SC SC SC; -- Southland S. Son W M June 1867 32 S SC SC SC Farm laborer; -- Anna M. Dau W F Nov 1872 27 S SC SC SC.

William Francis MANER's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads:
William Francis Maner,
Jan. 12, 1816.
Dec. 23, 1901
Mark the Perfect Man and Behold the
Upright For the End of That Man is Peace
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)


General Notes: Wife - Anna M. SALLEY

Anna M. SALLEY's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads:

In Loving Memory of
Our Mother
Anna M. Salley
Wife of William Francis Maner
July 16, 1835
May 19, 1922
Some day our hands shall clasp her hands
Just over in the Memory Lane.
(On the back of the stone)
Peaceful rest with work well done.
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)


General Notes: Child - Elizabeth K. MANER

Elizabeth K. MANER's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads:

Bessie
Elizabeth King Maner
March 27, 1861,
April 19, 1900.
Gentle and loving in life,
In death thou art not forgotten.
Sleep on beloved sleep,
and take thy rest.
We loved thee well
But Jesus loved thee best.
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)


General Notes: Child - Southward S. MANER

Southwood S. Maner's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads: "Southwood S. Maner
June 9, 1867 - Jan. 9, 1914
Ever Near Us Though Unseen -
Is His Beloved and Gentle Presence"
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)


General Notes: Child - Anna Martha MANER

Anna Martha MANER's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads:
Anna Martha Maner
Nov. 7, 1872 - Apr. 25, 1953 There from the music round about me stealing,
pain would learn the new and holy song.
And find at last beneath thy trees of healing
The life for which I long.
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)


General Notes: Child - Hart Moss MANER

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Hampton County, Lawton Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1531 Page: 102: 257 268 MANER James K. Head W M Feb 1853 47 S SC SC SC Farmer; -- John O. Boarder W M Junr 1874 25 S SC SC SC At school; -- Hart M. Brother W M June 1875 24 S SC SC SC. (John O. MANER's relationship, if any, to James and Hart is not known.)

Hart M. MANER's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads:
Hart M. Maner
June 20, 1875
January 4, 1919
Grant him Thy eternal rest.
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)


General Notes: Child - Howard D. MANER

Howard D. MANER's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads:

Howard D.
Son of
W. F. & A. M. Maner
Born
May 18, 1877
Died
Nov. 1, 1881
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)


General Notes: Child - Maud A. MANER

Maud A. MANER's gravestone in the Black Swamp Cemetery, Hampton County, South Carolina, reads:

Little Maud A.
Daughter of
W. F .& A. M. Maner
Born
Oct. 3, 1879
Died
Mar. 1, 1880
(http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/sc/hampton/cemeteries/blackswp.txt)

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Fannie Graham MANGHAM




Husband

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



Wife Fannie Graham MANGHAM (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Thomas Woodward MANGHAM, C. S. A. (Cir 1835-      )
       Mother: Ida Louise WINSHIP (Abt 1840-      )




Children

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Ida Louise MANGHAM




Husband (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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       Buried: 



Wife Ida Louise MANGHAM (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Thomas Woodward MANGHAM, C. S. A. (Cir 1835-      )
       Mother: Ida Louise WINSHIP (Abt 1840-      )




Children

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Lizzie MANGHAM




Husband (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



Wife Lizzie MANGHAM (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Thomas Woodward MANGHAM, C. S. A. (Cir 1835-      )
       Mother: Ida Louise WINSHIP (Abt 1840-      )




Children

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Thomas Woodward MANGHAM, Jr.




Husband Thomas Woodward MANGHAM, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel Thomas Woodward MANGHAM, C. S. A. (Cir 1835-      )
       Mother: Ida Louise WINSHIP (Abt 1840-      )





Wife (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

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Colonel Thomas Woodward MANGHAM, C. S. A. and Ida Louise WINSHIP




Husband Colonel Thomas Woodward MANGHAM, C. S. A. 144

         Born: Cir 1835
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Ida Louise WINSHIP 144

         Born: Abt 1840 - Georgia 1574
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Isaac WINSHIP (1802-1885) 1573
       Mother: Martha Pearson COOK (1813-1882) 1573,1574




Children
1 F Fannie Graham MANGHAM (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Thomas Woodward MANGHAM, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Lizzie MANGHAM (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F Ida Louise MANGHAM (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




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Samuel H. THOMPSON and Julia N. MANGUM




Husband Samuel H. THOMPSON

         Born: 18 Mar 1862 - Tennessee
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 Aug 1927 - Georgia
       Buried:  - Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia
     Marriage: 29 Mar 1891 - Dade County, Georgia



Wife Julia N. MANGUM

         Born: 16 Aug 1872 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 Sep 1931
       Buried:  - Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia


Children
1 F Minnie THOMPSON

         Born: Abt 1895 - Tennessee
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: McWHORTER (      -      )



General Notes: Husband - Samuel H. THOMPSON

Samuel H. Thompson married Julia N. Mangum on 29 March 1891 in Dade County, Georgia. ["Georgia, Marriages, 1808-1967," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FW76-L5S : accessed 01 Dec 2013), Samuel H. Thompson and Julia N. Mangum, 29 Mar 1891.]

S. H. Thompson, born 18 March 1862 in Tennessee, died 25 August 1927 in LaGrange, Troup County, Georgia at age 65 years, 5 months, 7 days. He was the husband of Julia Mangrum [sic] and the son of S. H. Thompson and Miss Martha McCain. His parents were born in Tennessee. He was a farmer and resident of LaGrange.. The informant was Mrs. S. H. Thompson of LaGrange. Samuel was buried on 27 August 1927 ["Georgia, Deaths, 1914-1927," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDJK-CF8 : accessed 01 Dec 2013), S. H. Thompson, 25 Aug 1927.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 96082150 records Samuel H. Thompson's burial in Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Hogansville, Troup County, Georgia.



General Notes: Wife - Julia N. MANGUM

Find A Grave Memorial# 96082006 records Julia M. Thompson's burial in Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Hogansville, Troup County, Georgia, and lists her birth on August 16, 1872 and her death on September 12, 1931.


Notes: Marriage

Samuel H. Thompson married Julia N. Mangum on 29 March 1891 in Dade County, Georgia. J. E. Patterson, J. P. officiated.
["Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KXVX-JY6 : accessed 20 Nov 2013), Samuel H. Thompson and Julia N. Mangum, 1891.]


General Notes: Child - Minnie THOMPSON

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MSCJ-X4X : accessed 01 Dec 2013), Minlie Thomson in household of Sam Thomson, Civil Districts 8, 13 Whiteside town, Marion, Tennessee, United States; citing sheet , family 129, NARA microfilm publication T623, FHL microfilm 1241587. Sheet Number 7A. District 90.
Sam Thomson [sic] Head M Mch 1862 38 M 10 Tennessee TN TN
J N Thomson Wife F Aug 1872 27 M 10 5 5 Alabama NC GA
E V Thomson Dau F Oct 1891 8 Tennessee
K F Thomson Son M Apr 1893 7 Tennessee
C Thomson Son M Oct 1894 5 Tennessee
Minlie [sic] Thomson Son* M Nov 1896 3 Tennessee
Mina Thomson Son* M Nov 1898 1 Tennessee
*Daughters "Mentie" and Mina" in the 1910 census. "Mentie" is "Minnie" 1in 1920.

"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MLKG-2WD : accessed 01 Dec 2013), Clyde Thompson in household of Sam Thompson, Lindale, Floyd, Georgia, United States; citing sheet , family 154, NARA microfilm publication T624, FHL microfilm 1374201. Affiliate Publication Number M1283. Sheet Number 9B. District 81.
Sam Thompson Head M 48 Georgia GA GA
Julia Thompson Wife F 37 Alabama US US
Emma Thompson Daughter F 19 Georgia
Knox Thompson Son M 17 Georgia
Claud Thompson Son M 15 Tennessee
Mentie Thompson Daughter F 14 Tennessee
Nina Thompson Daughter F 11 Tennessee
Sam Thompson Son M 7 Tennessee
Clyde Thompson Son M 3 Georgia
Madge Thompson Daughter F 0 Georgia

Minnie Thompson McWhorter and son, Paul, reside with her parents, Sam and Julie Thompson, in LaGrange, Georgia in 1920.
"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MJXK-Y72 : accessed 19 Nov 2013), Julie Thompson in household of Sam Thompson, La Grange, Troup, Georgia, United States; citing sheet , family 427, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1820281. District 138. Sheet Number 29B.
Sam Thompson Head M 58 Tennessee TN TN
Julie Thompson Wife F 47 Georgia GA TN
Sammie Thompson Son M 16 Tennessee TN GA
Clyde Thompson Son M 13 Georgia TN GA
Madge Thompson Daughter F 10 Georgia TN GA
Minnie McQuerter [sic] Daughter M 24 Tennessee TN GA
Paul McQuerter [sic] Grandson M 3+2/12 Georgia MS TN

Minnie married second Ernest Walter Roberson about 1923. Her son Paul resided with her parents in 1930. Minne, Earnest and their three children resided in Centerville, South Carolina in 1930.

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/SPHF-1P7 : accessed 20 Nov 2013), Minnie Roberson in household of Earnest W Roberson, Centerville, Anderson, South Carolina, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0018, sheet , family 59, NARA microfilm publication. Affiliate Publication Number T626. Affiliate Film Number 2186. Sheet Number 4A.
Earnest W Roberson Head M 34 Georgia SC GA Laborer Odd jobs
Minnie Roberson Wife F 32 Tennessee TN TN
Juanita Roberson Daughter F 6 Georgia GA TN
Raymond Roberson Son M 3+8/12 Georgia GA TN
Leon Roberson Son M 1+7/12 Georgia GA TN

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K7PT-QTZ : accessed 20 Nov 2013), Minnie Roberson, La Grange, Militia District 655, Troup, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 141-9, sheet 16B, family 187, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 715.
Minnie Roberson Head F 41 Tennessee Spinner Cotton mill
Juanita Roberson Daughter F 16 Georgia Spinner Cotton mill
Raymond Roberson Son M 13 Georgia
Alton Roberson Son M 9 Georgia
Hilt Roberson Son M 5 Georgia
Ferrell Roberson Son M 2/12 Georgia
On 1 April 1935, this family resided in the same place.

Orangeburg Man Dies in Shooting
BAMBERG - An Orangeburg man was shot and killed at the Rebel Club about three miles east of Bamberg Thursday night. Bamberg County coroner Dr. N. J. Knoy identified the dead man as William Hilt Roberson Sr., 35. The coroner said the weapon used was a .12-guage shotgun and Roberson was shot in the back, He said the shooting apparently followed a disturbance at the club. Dr. Knoy said an Olar youth, about 16, is being held in connection with the shooting. Bamberg County Sheriff A. L. Strickland is investigating.
The funeral will be 3 p.m. Monday at Harmon Memorial Church. Burial will be in Sunnyside Cemetery, directed by Thompson Funeral home.
Mr. Roberson was born Feb. 9, 1935, at LaGrange, Ga., a son of the late Ernest Walter Roberson and Mrs. Minnie Thompson Roberson. He was a foreman of the Utica Tool Co. tool and die shop. surviving are: his widow, Mrs. Betty Jean Roberson of Orangeburg; two daughters, Miss Lynette Roberson and Miss Inga Roberson, both of Orangeburg; a son, William Hilt Roberson, Jr. of Orangeburg; four brothers, Paul G. McWhorter of New Orleans, La., Raymond Ernest Roberson of Winnsboro, Clyde Alton Roberson of Little Rock, Ark., and Ferrell Lamar Roberson of Orangeburg; and a number of nieces and nephews.
[The Charleston News and Courier, Charleston, South Carolina, December 26, 1970 , Page 15]

Minnie Ethel Roberson is buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Orangeburg, Orangeburg County, South Carolina. A picture of her headstone, shared with her husband, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 95291744:

ROBERSON
ERNEST WALTER MINNIE ETHEL
APR. 10, 1895 NOV. 16, 1898
NOV. 18, 1963 JAN. 5, 1969

William Hilt Roberson, son of Ernest Walter Roberson and Minnie Thompson, is buried in Sunnyside Cemetery, Orangeburg, Orangeburg County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 95620859:

ROBERSON
WILLIAM HILT BETTY JEAN L.
FEB. 9, 1935 JULY 22, 1944
DEC. 24, 1970
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Thomas House TAYLOR and Ann MANIGAULT




Husband Thomas House TAYLOR 944

         Born: Abt 1807
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       Father: William TAYLOR (1779-1857)
       Mother: Elizabeth CALVERT (1782-1850)


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Martha MANLY




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       Father: Robert Easton MANLY (1911-1996)
       Mother: Helen STANLEY (1913-1999)




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"Martha Balch of Hamby" is named as a surviving daughter in the obituary of Helen Manly.
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Randy MANLY




Husband Randy MANLY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Mother: Helen STANLEY (1913-1999)





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General Notes: Husband - Randy MANLY

"Randy Manly of Hamby" is named as a surviving son in the obituary of Helen Manly.
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Robert Easton MANLY and Helen STANLEY




Husband Robert Easton MANLY

         Born: 5 Nov 1911 - Jones County, Texas
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       Buried: 9 May 1996 - Round Mound Cemetery, Jones County, Texas
     Marriage: 25 Jun 1933 - Oklahoma County, Oklahoma



Wife Helen STANLEY

         Born: 9 Dec 1913 - Texas
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       Buried: 19 Oct 1999 - Round Mound Cemetery, Jones County, Texas


       Father: Jake T. STANLEY, Jr. (1890-1955) 434
       Mother: Minnie Belle TUCK (1891-1958)




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1 F Martha MANLY (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Randy MANLY (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Robert Easton MANLY

Robert Manly is buried in Round Mound Cemetery, Hamby, Jones County, Texas. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 20425710:

MANLY
HELEN C. ROBERT E.
DEC. 9, 1913 NOV. 5, 1911
OCT. 17, 1999 MAY 6, 1996
Marriage date, JUNE 25 1933, is on the headstone.

The memorial presents this obituary:
Robert Easton Manly, 84, a center on an Abilene High School state champion football team, died Monday in a local hospital. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Hamby Church of Christ with Willard Tate officiating. burial will be in round Mound Cemetery, directed by North's Funeral Home, 242 Orange. Mr. Manly was born in Jones County and graduated from Abilene High School in 1928. He attended Abilene Christian University and married Helen Stanley in 1933 in Oklahoma City. He was a stock farmer in Jones County for more than 65 years and was a past Hamby school trustee. He was a member of the Taylor County soil Conservation Service and was an elder at the Hamby Church of christ. Survivors include his wife, of abilene; one son, Randy Manly of Hamby; one daughter, Martha Balch of Hamby; and three grandchildren. The family will be at 601 E. N. 22nd.


General Notes: Wife - Helen STANLEY

Helen Stanley married Robert Manly.

"Mrs. Robert Manly of the Willow Creek community in Jones County" is named a a surviving daughter in the 14 November 1955 obituary of J. T. Stanley [Jr.]

Helen is buried in Round Mound Cemetery, Hamby, Jones County, Texas. A picture of her headstone, shared with her husband, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 20425719:

MANLY
HELEN C. ROBERT E.
DEC. 9, 1913 NOV. 5, 1911
OCT. 17, 1999 MAY 6, 1996
Marriage date, JUNE 25 1933, is on the headstone.

This obituary is on the memorial:
Helen Manly, 85, died Sunday, October 17, 1999, in Abilene. Services will be Tuesday at 10:30 at the Hamby Church of Christ with willard Tate officiating. Burial will be in Round Mound Cemetery, directed by North's Funeral Home, 242 Orange. Mrs. Manly moved to Abilene in 1920, She married Robert E. Manly in 1933 in Oklahoma City. The Manly family has stock farmed in Jones County for over 100 years. She was a charter member of the willow Creek Home Demonstration Club and a longtime volunteer for the suicide Prevention Hotline Service. She was also a longtime member of the Hamby Church of Christ. Survivors include a daughter, Martha Balch of Hamby; a son, Randy Manly of Hamby; and three grandchildren. Visitation will be Monday from 6-7:30 p.m. in the funeral home.


General Notes: Child - Martha MANLY

"Martha Balch of Hamby" is named as a surviving daughter in the obituary of Helen Manly.


General Notes: Child - Randy MANLY

"Randy Manly of Hamby" is named as a surviving son in the obituary of Helen Manly.
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Charles MANN




Husband Charles MANN 941

         Born: Abt 1845 - District of Columbia 941
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       Father: Charles MANN (Abt 1816-      ) 941
       Mother: Hannah (Abt 1815-      ) 941





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Dorothy Amelia MANN




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Wife Dorothy Amelia MANN 2102

         Born: Abt 1908
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       Father: James L. MANN, Ph. D. (Abt 1873-      ) 3820,4701
       Mother: Sarah Amelia MOSS (1883-      ) 3820




Children

General Notes: Wife - Dorothy Amelia MANN

This child placed here in memory of the first child of James L. MANN and Sarah Amelia MOSS. This child is noted in the census as deceased before the 1910 census date.
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Israel Pickens RUSSELL III and Ernestine MANN




Husband Israel Pickens RUSSELL III 4733

         Born: 12 Apr 1915 4733
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       Father: Israel Pickens RUSSELL, Jr. (1875-1956) 1520,4841
       Mother: Katherine Rebecca SANDERS (1875-1951) 2492


     Marriage: Bef 1944



Wife Ernestine MANN 1459,1553

         Born: 2 Dec 1916 - Alabama 1459
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       Father: Edward Oldham MANN (1883-      ) 1459,1553
       Mother: Lucille HOWE (1888-      ) 1459,1553,1554




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1 F Mary Lucille RUSSELL (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Emily Ann RUSSELL (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Johnnie CAMPBELL (living)



General Notes: Husband - Israel Pickens RUSSELL III

This son is the "Pickens RUSSELL" with wife Ernestine and daughters Mary and Emily, as named in "The 2001 Celebration was hosted by Ernestine & Pickens Russell, assisted by daughters Mary & Emily, at their home, "The Cedars", circa 1840's" on website: http://gintai2.tripod.com/myhomeinalabama.html.

Family History of "Mr. Pick & Miss Kitty's" children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren! This union brought three children: Sanders born in 1900, Helen in 1904, and Israel Pickens Russell, III born in 1915.

Pickens RUSSELL lives in the house originally built in 1831 by his great-grandfather, James RUSSELL, in Stevenson, Alabama. The house has been kept up-to-date according to Pickens and his wife, Ernestine, who spoke with me by phone on 17 July 2004.


General Notes: Wife - Ernestine MANN

http://gintai2.tripod.com/myhomeinalabama.html


General Notes: Child - Mary Lucille RUSSELL

http://gintai2.tripod.com/myhomeinalabama.html


General Notes: Child - Emily Ann RUSSELL

http://gintai2.tripod.com/myhomeinalabama.html
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Dr. Joel Weston PEARSON and Georgia A. MANN




Husband Dr. Joel Weston PEARSON 1197

         Born: Mar 1842 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 1195
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       Father: William Francis PEARSON (1784-After 1860) 1197
       Mother: Sarah P. (Abt 1818-      ) 1197


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Wife Georgia A. MANN 1195,1198

         Born: Mar 1848 - Virginia 1195
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1 M Richard O. PEARSON 1195,1196

         Born: Jan 1869 - Virginia 1195
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         Marr: Abt 1905


2 F F. M. C. PEARSON 1198

          AKA: Belle M. COLVIN 1704
         Born: Jun 1868 - South Carolina 1198,1704
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         Marr: Abt 1887



General Notes: Husband - Dr. Joel Weston PEARSON

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Taylor County, Pct 1; Series: T9 Roll: 1328 Page: 272: --- 43 PEARSON J. W. W M 38 M.D. SC SC SC; -- G. A. W F 35 Wife M Keeping house VA VA VA; -- F. M. C. W FR 12 Dau S Attending School SC SC VA;-- R. O. N. W M 10 Son S Attending school SC SC VA.

POSTMASTERS & POST OFFICES OF KENT COUNTY, TEXAS 1879 - 1930
Pearson, Joel W., 30 Sep 1893
[http://www.rootsweb.com/~txpost/kent.html]

1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Mitchell County, J-Pct 1; Series: T623 Roll: 1659 Page: 233: 211 217 PEARSON Joel W. Head W M Mar 1842 58 M 33 SC SC SC Physican; -- Georgann Wife W F Mar 1848 52 M 33 $ 2 VA VA VA; -- Richard Son W M Jan 1869 31 S VA SC VA Manager ________; PICKERELL Clarence Boarding W M --- ---- -- S -- -- -- Salesman (Grocery).


General Notes: Wife - Georgia A. MANN

http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/SC-OLD-PENDLETON-DIST/2002-01/1009991152


General Notes: Child - Richard O. PEARSON

1910 U.S. Census, Texas, Mitchell County, J-Pct 1; Series: T624 Roll: 1578 Page: 36: 280 286 PEARSON Richard O. Head M W 41 M1 5 VA SC VA Salesman Lumber yard; -- Louise Wife F W 31 M1 5 2 2 TX GA TX; -- Richard Jr. Son M W 4 S TX VA TX; -- Laura L. Dau F W 2 S TX VA TX; WILLIAMS Susie Roomer F W 20 S AL US US Operator Telephone.

1920 U.S. Census, Texas, Mitchell County, Colorado City; Series: T625 Roll: 1834 Page: 27: Second Street x 257 269 PEARSON Richard O. Head M W 50 M VA SC VA Manager Lumber yard; -- Louise S. Wife F W 39 M TX GA TX; -- Richard O. Jr. Son M W 14 S TX VA TX; -- Laura Louise Dau F W 12 S TX VA SC.

1930 U.S. Census, Texas, Mitchell County, Colorado City (East Part); Series: T626 Roll: 2377 Page: 144: E. Second 566 185 195 PEARSON Richard Head 6000 M W 61 M 35 VA SC VA Mangar Lumber Co.; -- Louise Wife F W 50 M 24 TX GA TX; -- Richard Jr. Son M W 24 S TX VA TX Engineer Electrical Co.; -- Laura L. Dau F W 22 S TX VA TX.


General Notes: Child - F. M. C. PEARSON

Called "Belle", she is with her husband George H. COLVIN and children in 1900, Tarrant County, Texas. She is not with them in 1910. In 1930, Belle resides in the home of her son Malin P. COLVIN in Tarrant County, Texas.

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James L. MANN, Ph. D. and Sarah Amelia MOSS




Husband James L. MANN, Ph. D. 3820,4701

         Born: Abt 1873 - South Carolina 4701
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Wife Sarah Amelia MOSS 3820

         Born: Feb 1883 - South Carolina 3821
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       Father: James Michael MOSS, Sr. (1846-1937) 369,1372
       Mother: Margaret A. HOLMAN (1845-1912) 248,3822




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1 F Dorothy Amelia MANN 2102

         Born: Abt 1908
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2 F Margaret MANN 4842

         Born: Abt 1911 - North Carolina
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3 M James Moss MANN 3820

         Born: Abt 1915 - North Carolina 4842
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4 F Katherine Fairey MANN (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - James L. MANN, Ph. D.

Superintendant of Schools, Greenville, S. C."

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Florence County, 4-Wd Florence; Series: T624 Roll: 1457 Page: 259: W. Palmetto 5XX 183 191 MANN James L. Head M W 37 M 4 SC SC SC Principal Grade school; -- Amelia M. Wife F W 27 M1 4 1 0 SC SC SC. James and Amelia have been married four years and had one child who died before 1910.

1920 U.S. Census, Greenville County, Greenville Twp; Series: T625 Roll: 1698 Page: 83: 315 171 241 MANN J. L. Head M W 49 M SC SC SC Supt. City schools; -- Amelia Wife F W 36 M SC SC SC; -- Margret Dau F W 9 S NC SC SC; -- James Son M W 5 S NC SC SC; -- Catherine Dau F W 3/12 S SC SC SC. Next door is171 242 REILY Thomas S. Head M W 54 M LA LA LA Traveling salesman Coffee Co.; -- Emma Wife F W 45 M LA LA LA.


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Amelia MOSS

Called "Mena".


General Notes: Child - Dorothy Amelia MANN

This child placed here in memory of the first child of James L. MANN and Sarah Amelia MOSS. This child is noted in the census as deceased before the 1910 census date.
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James Moss MANN




Husband James Moss MANN 3820

         Born: Abt 1915 - North Carolina 4842
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       Father: James L. MANN, Ph. D. (Abt 1873-      ) 3820,4701
       Mother: Sarah Amelia MOSS (1883-      ) 3820





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Jessy MANN




Husband Jessy MANN 941

         Born: Abt 1847 - District of Columbia 941
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       Father: Charles MANN (Abt 1816-      ) 941
       Mother: Hannah (Abt 1815-      ) 941





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Katherine Fairey MANN




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       Father: James L. MANN, Ph. D. (Abt 1873-      )
       Mother: Sarah Amelia MOSS (1883-      )




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Margaret MANN




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Wife Margaret MANN 4842

         Born: Abt 1911 - North Carolina
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       Father: James L. MANN, Ph. D. (Abt 1873-      ) 3820,4701
       Mother: Sarah Amelia MOSS (1883-      ) 3820




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Mary MANN




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Wife Mary MANN 1553

         Born: Abt Jun 1913 - Alabama
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       Father: Edward Oldham MANN (1883-      ) 1459,1553
       Mother: Lucille HOWE (1888-      ) 1459,1553,1554




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Sarah MANN




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Wife Sarah MANN 941

         Born: Abt 1843 - District of Columbia 941
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       Father: Charles MANN (Abt 1816-      ) 941
       Mother: Hannah (Abt 1815-      ) 941




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Sarah MANN




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Wife Sarah MANN 1553

         Born: Abt Mar 1912 - Alabama
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       Father: Edward Oldham MANN (1883-      ) 1459,1553
       Mother: Lucille HOWE (1888-      ) 1459,1553,1554




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William P. MANN




Husband William P. MANN 941

         Born: Abt 1853 - District of Columbia 941
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       Father: Charles MANN (Abt 1816-      ) 941
       Mother: Hannah (Abt 1815-      ) 941





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"Living" MANUEL




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       Father: Robert James MANUEL
       Mother: Marsha Maria GRIFFON





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"Living" MANUEL




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MAPP and Teresa PIKE




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Wife Teresa PIKE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Wade PIKE (1944-2003)
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"Teresa Pike Mapp of Moreland, Ga." is named as the surviving daughter in the September 2003 obituary of Wade PIKE.

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Manuel MARCHA and Teresa THOMAS




Husband Manuel MARCHA

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Wife Teresa THOMAS

         Born: Abt 1743 - Edgecombe County, North Carolina
   Christened: 11 Dec 1790 - St. Augustine Cathedral, St. Augustine, Florida
         Died: 1825 - St. Mary's, Georgia
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       Father: Rev. John THOMAS (      -      )
       Mother: Christemater ROBERTS (Cir 1720-      )



 Other Spouse: Theophilus HILL (Abt 1742-1790) - 1762 - Edgecombe County, North Carolina


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John Alexander MARION and Rebecca L. SALLEY




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Wife Rebecca L. SALLEY 245,248

         Born: 1912 - South Carolina 245
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       Father: George Stephen SALLEY (1872-1916) 248
       Mother: Louise KEELS (1888-      ) 245,246,248




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Dr. Thomas PEARSON and Ann Amelia MARKHAM




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Wife Ann Amelia MARKHAM 1820

         Born: Abt 1716
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       Father: John MARKHAM (Cir 1690-      ) 3226
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 Other Spouse: Colonel Charles BROADWATER (Abt 1726-      ) 1820


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John MARKHAM




Husband John MARKHAM 3226

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1 F Ann Amelia MARKHAM 1820

         Born: Abt 1716
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       Spouse: Dr. Thomas PEARSON (      -      ) 3226
       Spouse: Colonel Charles BROADWATER (Abt 1726-      ) 1820



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MARKS and Dorothy WINTERS




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Wife Dorothy WINTERS 2528

         Born: Abt 1917 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
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       Father: James Ellis WINTERS (1892-1970)
       Mother: Antoinette Cidonia ROWAN (1891-1972)



 Other Spouse: Peter Sam BALSAMO


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General Notes: Wife - Dorothy WINTERS

Mrs. Dorothy Marks is named as a sister in the October 21, 1942 obituary of Orlette Winters.

Mrs. Pete Balsomoe is named as a sister in the March 1947 obituary of Joseph Edwin Winters.

Records of the Day: Civil District Court, Suits Filed: Mrs. Dorothy Winters Balsamo vs. Peter Sam Balsamo, separation. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 22, 1947, Page 10] On December 4, 1948 a suit for divorce was filed.


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Jesse MARLOR




Husband Jesse MARLOR

         Born: Abt 1775
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       Father: William MARLOR (Abt 1750-      )
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General Notes: Husband - Jesse MARLOR

Jesse MARLER is thought to be a brother of Eleanor MARLOR and a son of William MARLOR. Eleanor married William (O')DANIEL III of White Oak Creek, Kershaw County, South Carolina.
On 7 November 1810, Jesse witnessed a deed of sale between William DANIEL and Mary WOOD, William's sister, of a negro woman for $200. The sale was signed, sealed, and delivered in the presence of Jesse MARLER, Jane D. DANIEL and Thomas ARCHER. Jane D. DANIEL was William's daughter.
File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by: Greg Matthews <mailto:dial_zero@yahoo.com> September 1, 2005 - Book Title: A listing of passports issued to people originating in Edgefield County wishing to travel through Georgia (primarily through the Creek Nation): Executive Department Thursday 26th December 1810 On application ORDERED That passports be prepared for the following persons to travel through the Creek Nation of Indians, to wit, one for Mr. Stephen RICHARDSON with his mother and seven children from the county of Bulloch in this State, one for Mr. Jesse MARLER with his wife and three children, and Mrs. Sarah ASHLEY with one child all from Kershaw district, South Carolina and one for Mr. Evan BAUGHN with his wife, from Edgefield district, South Carolina which were presented and signed. ( Charles MARTIN also received a similar passport on 29 December 1810. Charles may be related, to Robert MARTIN who married Serena DANIEL, daughter of Eleanor MARLOR and William (O')DANIEL III.)



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Mary MARLOR




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         Born: Abt 1773
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       Father: William MARLOR (Abt 1750-      )
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General Notes: Wife - Mary MARLOR

Mary MARLER WINFIELD in this will in SC Arvives: Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0018 Frame: 00070 item: Date: 1803/12/31 Description: WINFIELD, JOEL OF MARLBORO DISTRICT, WILL TYPESCRIPT (MSS WILL: WILL BOOK A, PAGE 41; ESTATE PACKET: APT. 9, PKG. 13) (3 FRAMES). Names Indexed: WINFIELD, JOEL///WINFIELD, MARY MARLER/ARCHER (SLAVE/PETER (SLAVE)/DANIEL (SLAVE)/JANEY (SLAVE)/HENRY (SLAVE)/ELVINA (SLAVE)////JACOB (SLAVE)/WINFIELD, MARIAH BOOTH/DOLLY (SLAVE)/SALLY (SLAVE)/ROBERTSON, MARY/ROBERTSON, DRURY/THOMAS, TRISTRAM/WILDS, SAMUEL/ROBERTSON, THOMAS WINFIELD / Locations: MARLBORO DISTRICT/// Type: WILL (TYPESCRIPT)///

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Nancy MARLOR




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Wife Nancy MARLOR

         Born: Abt 1774
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       Father: William MARLOR (Abt 1750-      )
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Wiliiam MARLOR, Jr




Husband Wiliiam MARLOR, Jr

         Born: Abt 1770
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       Father: William MARLOR (Abt 1750-      )
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William MARLOR




Husband William MARLOR

         Born: Abt 1750
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1 M Wiliiam MARLOR, Jr

         Born: Abt 1770
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2 F Eleanor MARLOR

         Born: Abt 1773
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         Died: 8 Sep 1842 - Lowndes County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama
       Spouse: William DANIEL III (1755-1828) 891
         Marr: Abt 1790 - South Carolina


3 F Mary MARLOR

         Born: Abt 1773
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4 F Nancy MARLOR

         Born: Abt 1774
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5 M Jesse MARLOR

         Born: Abt 1775
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General Notes: Husband - William MARLOR

OLD DARLINGTON DISTRICT FLAG, Volume 7, No. 1, Winter 1995... MUSTER ROLL OF CAPTAIN ALEXANDER MCINTOSH'S COMPANY EXPEDITION TO FORT PRINCE GEORGE, 1759-1760 - Roll of Capt. Alexander McIntosh's Company: Capt. Alexander McIntosh, Lt. Daniel Boatwright, Sgt. Thomas Sanders, Sgt. William MARLOR, Ensign Morrice Murfee, Clerk Frederick Jones
*William MARLOR, SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0008 Page: 00218 Item: 02 Date: 1763/12/02 Description: MARLOR, WILLIAM, PLAT FOR 50 ACRES IN CRAVEN COUNTY. Names Indexed: MARLOR, WILLIAM/WADE, JOHN/LEIGH, EGERTON/ Locations: CRAVEN COUNTY/CAMP CREEK Type: PLAT/
*SC ArchivesSeries Number: S213019 Volume: 0013 Page: 00462 Item: 00 Date: 1766/08/13 Description: MARLOR, WILLIAM, LAND GRANT FOR 500 ACRES IN CRAVEN COUNTY. Names Indexed: MARLOR, WILLIAM// Locations: CRAVEN COUNTY/ Type: LAND GRANT/
*?Same Grant, 500 vs. 50 acres? Same William? SC Archives: Series Number: S111001 Volume: 0009 Page: 00114 Item: 05 Date: 1766/09/12 Description: MARLOW, WILLIAM, MEMORIAL FOR 50 ACRES ON CAMP CREEK, CRAVEN COUNTY. Names Indexed: MARLOW, WILLIAM// Locations: CRAVEN COUNTY/CAMP CREEK/WATEREE RIVER Type: MEMORIAL/
*SC Archives: Series Number: S111001 Volume: 0008 Page:00253 Item: 05 Date: 1767/09/29 Description: MARLOW, WILLIAM, MEMORIAL FOR 200 ACRES ON CAMP CREEK, CRAVEN COUNTY. Names Indexed: MARLOW, WILLIAM/TILMAN, WILLIAM/ADDISON, THOMAS/ Locations: CRAVEN COUNTY/CAMP CREEK Type: MEMORIAL/
*SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0010 Page: 00221 Item: 02 Date: 1768/03/08 Description: MARLOW, WILLIAM, PLAT FOR 200 ACRES ON CAMP CREEK. Names Indexed: MARLOW, WILLIAM/ADDISON, THOMAS/TILLMAN, WILLIAM/CARSEN, WILLIAM/LEIGH, EGERTON/ Locations: CAMP CREEK/CRAVEN COUNTY Type: PLAT/
*SC Archives: Series Number: S213197 Box: 0003 Item: 00765 ignore: 00 Date: 1768/03/08 Description: MARLOW, WILLIAM, UNRECORDED PLAT FOR LAND NOT GRANTED, 200 ACRES ON CAMP CREEK, CRAVEN COUNTY, SURVEYED BY WILLIAM CARSEN. Names Indexed: MARLOW, WILLIAM/CARSEN, WILLIAM/TILLMAN, WILLIAM/ADISON, THOMAS/ Locations: CRAVEN COUNTY/CAMP CREEK Type: PLAT/
*SC Archives: Series Number: S213019 Volume: 0016 Page: 00527 Item: 00 Date: 1768/08/02 Description: MARLOW, WILLIAM, LAND GRANT FOR 200 ACRES IN CRAVEN COUNTY. Names Indexed: MARLOW, WILLIAM// Locations: CRAVEN COUNTY/ Type: LAND GRANT/
*SC Archives: Series Number:S145002Volume [1st Year]: 1769 Page: 00073 ignore: 2D Date: 1770/10/17 Description: THE KING VS JOHN MCDOUGAL, ALEXANDER MCDOUGAL, JOHN BAXTER, JAMES LEWIS, WILLIAM MARLOW, AND DANIEL MCDANIEL, ACCUSED OF RIOT (1 PAGE) Names Indexed: MCDOUGAL, JOHN/MCDOUGAL, ALEXANDER/BAXTER, JOHN/LEWIS, JAMES/MARLOW, WILLIAM/MCDANIEL, DANIEL/ Topics: RIOTING/
*SC Archives: Series: S145002 Volume [1st Year] - 1769 Page - 00077 ignore - 5F Date: 1770/10/18 Description: NO INDICTMENT OF JOHN MCDOUGAL, ALEXANDER MCDOUGAL, JOHN BAXTER, JAMES LEWIS, WILLIAM MARLOW, AND DANIEL MCDANIEL FOR RIOT (1 PAGE)
*SC Archives: Series Number: S108092 Reel: 0093 Frame: 00366 ignore: 00 Date: 1776 C. OR LATER Description: MARLOR, WILLIAM, ACCOUNT AUDITED (FILE NO. 4775) OF CLAIMS GROWING OUT OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. Names Indexed: MARLOR, WILLIAM//
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SC Archives: Series Number: S213192 Volume: 0036 Page: 00031 Item: 05 Date: 1797/01/26 Description: MCDONALD, WILLIAM JR., PLAT FOR 230 ACRES ON CATAWBA RIVER, LANCASTER COUNTY, CAMDEN DISTRICT, SURVEYED BY CHARLES BOYD. Names Indexed: MCDONALD, WILLIAM JR./BOYD, CHARLES/MCDONALD, MIDDLETON/WADE, DANIEL/KIRKLAND/KELL/MARLOW, WILLIAM/STUART, WILLIAM/MARLER, WILLIAM/ Locations: CATAWBA RIVER/LANCASTER COUNTY/CAMDEN DISTRICT Type: PLAT/

Same William MARLOR/MARLOWE? Bounty land for SC-RW service?
In Georgia's roster of the Revolution, Lucian Lamar Knight, p.271:
"MARLER, William. 287 ˝ acres, Washington Co., Bounded all sides vacant, on Rocky creek, survey 441. July 13, 1784, p. 224."
"BURNETT, John. 287 ˝ acres, Washington Co., bounded N. Wm. MARLER, E. & W. vacant, S. Jno. ROBERTS , on Rocky creek, survey 39. July 13, 1784, p. 22."
Also listed on page 387 as MARLOW, William?
A "MARLOW, James lottery 1827, Laurens County." is listed in Lottery Land Grants, page 261. Related?

?Eleanor not named in LW&T of William MARLOWE, SC Archives: Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0010 Frame: 00111 item: 00 Date: 1838/11/28 Description: MARLOW, WILLIAM OF EDGEFIELD DISTRICT, WILL TYPESCRIPT (1 FRAME) (MSS WILL: BOOK D, PAGES 69-70; ESTATE PACKET: BOX 42, PKG. 1747) Names Indexed: MARLOW, WILLIAM/MARLOW, JOHN/SMITH, DAVID//SMITH, WILLIAM/MARLOW, ELIZEBETH/MARLOW, WILEY/SMITH, BENJAMIN/ Locations: EDGEFIELD DISTRICT/ Type: WILL (TYPESCRIPT)/


General Notes: Child - Eleanor MARLOR

"I have that the wife of William DANIEL (1755-1828) was MARLOR or MARLOWE. She was a young Irish girl who lived down the road from William. William's sister got her to come and take over the house for William. He married her. Edmund A. POOLE, my ancestor, boarded at her home." (Pauline Bell Lauderdale, author: "Wyatt Thomas Bell (1848-1910) Ancestors - Descendants - Connections", by e-mail, 10/22/2003.)

Mrs. Eleanor DANIEL is believed to be Eleanor MARLOR, likely a daughter of William MARLAR who served in the Militia in 1759 as part of a unit raised on either Kershaw or Lancaster County and appears to have been there from 1759 until after 1800. Jesse Marlar, possibly her brother, obtained a passport from Kershaw County (Now Lancaster) in 1803 to go into Indian lands in Tennessee from the Gov. of Georgia. The deed of sale below is witnessed by Jesse MARLER, lending some evidence for this starement.

On November 7, 1810, Mary WOOD, William DANIEL's sister, sold to William a negro woman for $200. The sale was signed, sealed, and delivered in the presence of Jesse MARLER, Jane D. DANIEL and Thomas ARCHER. Jane D. DANIEL was William's daughter. Jesse MARLER may be the brother of William DANIEL's wife, Eleanor.
In August 1828 Eleanor "Ellen" MARLOR resided on Broad Street, Camden, Kershaw District, South Carolina. In the 1830 U.S. Census, Eleanor DANIEL is listed, age 50-60; also in household 2 males, age 15-20; 1 male 30-40; 1 male 60-70; 1 female age 10-15 and 1 female 30-40.

After William DANIEL died, Ellen moved to Lowndes County, Alabama to be with some of her children. Her sons, John J., and his wife, Hulda Hill DANIEL and Francis Levi DANIEL lived there. Her daughter Eleanor "Ellen" A. DANIEL and her husband Edmund A. POOLE had also moved to Lowndesboro, Alabama. After Edmund's death in 1834, Ellen married James MEADOWS on 17 Jul 1841 in Lowndesboro, Alabama.

The Last Will and Testament of Ellen DANIEL is recorded in Lowndes County, Alabama:
I Ellen DANIEL of the County of Lowndes and state of Alabama aforesaid being weak in body but of sound mind and disposing of mind and understanding and considering the uncertainty of this mortal life and that I may be the better prepared to leave this worldwhenever it shall please God to call me away do therefore make ordain and declare this as and for my last will and testament in manner and form following (to wit)
I commit my soul into the hands of my Creator who gave it and direct that my body be decently entered in a suitable place selected by my friends. And as to such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to entrust me with I dispose of the same as follows
I direct that all my debts and funeral expenses be paid as soon after my decease as possible and of the first moneyes that shall come into the hands of my executors herein after mentioned from any portion of my estate real or personal. To my daughter Ellen A. MEADOWS I direct and do hereby give and desire all that my whole land and tenement situate lying and being in the county of Lowndes and state of Alabama to have and to hold to her by said daughter exclusive use for and during the term of her natural life and not to be subject to her husbands debts or to the debts of any other person or persons and at her death to be equally divided between her children to and for their use and benefit absolutely. Also I do give and bequeath unto my daughter Ellen A. MEADOWS the negro slaves named Venus, Scipper, Grace, Peter, Prince and Betty. To have and to hold for her exclusive use and not be subject to either her husbands or any other persons debts during the term of her natural life and at her death the said negro slaves and their increase shall be equally divided between her children, that is to say share and share alike to and for their use and benefit absolutely.
Also I give unto my daughter Ellen A. MEADOWS my carriage and horses, and stock of all kinds, hogs, horses, mules, cows (?)
Also to my said daughter I give all my household goods bedsteads bedding plate and furniture of all kinds. also waggon and cart Blacksmith tools to have and to hold for her exclusive use as aforesaid To my son John DANIEL I do hereby give and bequeath the negro slaves named Frederick and Aggy to have and to hold for his own use and benefit absolutely
Also I give and bequeath to my grandson William Scott DANIEL son of John DANIEL my gold watch to have and to hold during his natural live and at his death it is my will that it shall go the youngest male in the family named DANIEL successively at the death of each so that it may continue in the family
To my grandson William POOLE child of my daughter Ellen A. MEADOWS I give the cream pony to have for his absolute use and benefit. I hereby constitute and appoint my beloved son John DANIEL and my daughter Ellen A. MEADOWS executor and executress of this my last will and testament In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 22nd of October 1841
Signed sealed and delivered in presence of us this 22 October 1841 Geo M ELDRIDGE John A McRAE Wiley TURNER
The State of Alabama Lowndes County
This day appeared in open court George M. ELDRIDGE in his own proper person who after being duly sworn deposeth said oath that he was present and saw Ellen DANIEL deceased in her lifetime sign seal publish and declare the within instrument in _____ as her last will and testament and that the said Ellen DANIEL was at the time of making and signing the same said instrument perp--- as aforesaid to be her last will and testament was of sound disposing mind and memory and of the said Ellen DANIEL deceased did with John A McRAE and Wiley TURNER sign and subscribe the same as witnesses thereto in the presence of each other sworn to and subscribe in the open court this 19th day of Sept 1842
Thomas M WILLIAMS ICCSC
Sept 19, 1842 examined and admitted to probate to record and to be filed. ("Wyatt Thomas Bell (1848-1910) Ancestors - Descendants - Connections." by Pauline Bell Lauderdale.)
Eleanor Marlor DANIEL's gravestone in Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes County, Alabama states "Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Ellen Daniel a native of South Carolina wife of William Daniel who died the 8th of September 1842 In the 70th year of her age". Her grave is indexed as "Daniel, Ellen Mrs. (abt. 1772) Sep 8, 1842 Wife of William Daniel, in the 70th year of her age" (Oakview Cemetery, Lowndes, Alabama http://files.usgwarchives.net/al/lowndes/cemeteries/oakview.txt)


General Notes: Child - Mary MARLOR

Mary MARLER WINFIELD in this will in SC Arvives: Series Number: S108093 Reel: 0018 Frame: 00070 item: Date: 1803/12/31 Description: WINFIELD, JOEL OF MARLBORO DISTRICT, WILL TYPESCRIPT (MSS WILL: WILL BOOK A, PAGE 41; ESTATE PACKET: APT. 9, PKG. 13) (3 FRAMES). Names Indexed: WINFIELD, JOEL///WINFIELD, MARY MARLER/ARCHER (SLAVE/PETER (SLAVE)/DANIEL (SLAVE)/JANEY (SLAVE)/HENRY (SLAVE)/ELVINA (SLAVE)////JACOB (SLAVE)/WINFIELD, MARIAH BOOTH/DOLLY (SLAVE)/SALLY (SLAVE)/ROBERTSON, MARY/ROBERTSON, DRURY/THOMAS, TRISTRAM/WILDS, SAMUEL/ROBERTSON, THOMAS WINFIELD / Locations: MARLBORO DISTRICT/// Type: WILL (TYPESCRIPT)///


General Notes: Child - Jesse MARLOR

Jesse MARLER is thought to be a brother of Eleanor MARLOR and a son of William MARLOR. Eleanor married William (O')DANIEL III of White Oak Creek, Kershaw County, South Carolina.
On 7 November 1810, Jesse witnessed a deed of sale between William DANIEL and Mary WOOD, William's sister, of a negro woman for $200. The sale was signed, sealed, and delivered in the presence of Jesse MARLER, Jane D. DANIEL and Thomas ARCHER. Jane D. DANIEL was William's daughter.
File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by: Greg Matthews <mailto:dial_zero@yahoo.com> September 1, 2005 - Book Title: A listing of passports issued to people originating in Edgefield County wishing to travel through Georgia (primarily through the Creek Nation): Executive Department Thursday 26th December 1810 On application ORDERED That passports be prepared for the following persons to travel through the Creek Nation of Indians, to wit, one for Mr. Stephen RICHARDSON with his mother and seven children from the county of Bulloch in this State, one for Mr. Jesse MARLER with his wife and three children, and Mrs. Sarah ASHLEY with one child all from Kershaw district, South Carolina and one for Mr. Evan BAUGHN with his wife, from Edgefield district, South Carolina which were presented and signed. ( Charles MARTIN also received a similar passport on 29 December 1810. Charles may be related, to Robert MARTIN who married Serena DANIEL, daughter of Eleanor MARLOR and William (O')DANIEL III.)



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Anna MARLOW




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Wife Anna MARLOW

         Born: Abt 1857 - Missouri
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         Died: Abt 1860 - Missouri
       Buried:  - Greenwood Cemetery, Marion County, Missouri


       Father: Parmenio MARLOW (cal 1825-1882)
       Mother: Emily W. BROADWATER (1837-1923)




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General Notes: Wife - Anna MARLOW

In the 1860 U.S. Census of St. Louis County, Missouri, Anna Marlow, age 3, born in Missouri, resides with her parents Parmenis Marlow and Emily W. Broadwater.

Find A Grave Memorial# 92883160 records Annie C. Marlow's burial in Section 21, Lot 16, Greenwood Cemetery, Palmyra, Marion County, Missouri. The memorial lists her age at death as 3 yrs 12 days.
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Emily Judson MARLOW




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Wife Emily Judson MARLOW

         Born: 24 Feb 1870 - Maryland
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         Died: 20 Jul 1959 - Los Angeles County, California
       Buried:  - Mountain View Cemetery and Mausoleum, Los Angeles County, California


       Father: Parmenio MARLOW (cal 1825-1882)
       Mother: Emily W. BROADWATER (1837-1923)




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General Notes: Wife - Emily Judson MARLOW

Emily Marlow born 4 Feb 1870 in Maryland, died 20 Jul 1959 in Los Angeles County, California. Her father was Marlow. Her mother was Broadwater. ["California Death Index, 1940-1997,"]

Find A Grave Memorial# 125759771 records the burial of Emily Judson Marlow in Mountain View Cemetery and Mausoleum, Altadena, Los Angeles County, California. The memorial lists her birth on Feb. 4, 1870 in Maryland and her death on Jul. 20, 1959 in Los Angeles County, California. It presents the following notes:
Emily was one of 10 children born to:
Parmenie Marlow, b. Jul. 21, 1825 in Loudon county, VA. and d. May 8, 1882 in Hanibal, MO. & Emily W. Broadwater, b. 1837 in MO. and d. Jun. 8, 1923 in Los Angeles County, CA.
Parmenie and Emily Marlow's children were:
1. Anna Marlow, b. 1856 in MO.
2. Henry Marlow, b. Apr. 12, 1859 in MO. and d. Jul. 11, 1860 in MO.
3. Thomas A Marlow, b. Mar. 1861 in MO. and d. Mar. 28, 1938 in Montana
4. Leigh Richmond Marlow, b. 1864 in MD. and d. Dec. 8, 1934 in Los Angeles County, CA.
5. Julia F Marlow, b. 1866 in MD.
6. Nettie B Marlow, b. 1868 in MO.
7. Emily Judson Marlow, b. Feb. 4, 1870 in MD. and d. Jul. 20, 1959 in Los Angeles County, CA.
8. Sarah Louise Marlow, b. Oct. 28, 1876 in MO. and d. Jun. 16, 1940 in Los Angeles County, CA.
9. & 10. unknown (In the 1910 U.S. census, Emily was listed as the mother of 10 children, only 4 still alive.)
According to the Passenger List for the S.S. France, sailing from Plymouth on July 8, 1926, arriving at the port of New York on July 14, 1926, Emily, whose address was 992 Oakland Av. in Pasadena, CA., was a stowaway.
Emily is buried beside her mother, Emily Marlow, brother, Leigh Marlow and sister, Sarah Louise Marlow.
The memorial links to those for Emily's parents, Parmenis Marlow (1825 - 1882) and Emily W. Broadwater Marlow (1837 - 1923) and siblings, Leigh Richmond Marlow (1864 - 1934), and Sarah Louise Marlow (1876 - 1940).
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John Robert STOREZ and Emily Louise MARLOW




Husband John Robert STOREZ

         Born: Abt 1920 - Missoula County, Montana
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         Died: Bef 18 Sep 1994
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     Marriage: 11 Jan 1942 - Missoula County, Montana



Wife Emily Louise MARLOW

         Born: 13 Oct 1918 - Lewis and Clark County, Montana
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         Died: 18 Sep 1994 - Lewis and Clark County, Montana
     Cremated:  - Sunset Memorial Gardens Crematory, Lewis and Clark County, Montana


       Father: Thomas Arthur MARLOW (1861-1938)
       Mother: Louise MILTZ (1881-1950)




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General Notes: Wife - Emily Louise MARLOW

Emily Louise Marlow, female, white, Living, 5th child of Louise Meltz [sic] and Thos. Marlow was born Oct. 13, 1918. Her mother was born in Detroit, Mich. and her father in St. Louis, Missouri. Her father was a Banker residing at 626 Harrison Ave. G. H. Barbour reported the birth on Nov. 14, 1918. ["Montana, County Births and Deaths, 1840-2004," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QKNR-YY9L : accessed 31 May 2016), Emily Louise Marlow, 1918; citing Birth, Montana, United States, various county recorder offices; FHL microfilm 2,314,981.]

Emily Louise Storez, born 13 November 1918, died 8 September 1994 in Helena, Lewis and Clark County, Montana at age 75. She was the daughter of Thomas Arthur Marlow and Louise Miltz. She was a widowed homemaker. Informant was Jeanne Ann Bonham. Emily was cremated. Her ashes rest in Sunset Memorial Gardens Crematory, Helena, Montana.["Montana, County Births and Deaths, 1840-2004," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QKNR-K7V1 : accessed 1 June 2016), Emily Louise Storez, 18 Sep 1994; citing Death, Helena, Lewis and Clark, Montana, United States, various county recorder offices; FHL microfilm 2,314,298.]


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John Robert Storez, age 22, married Emily Louise Marlow, age 23, on 11 Jan 1942 in Missoula, Missoula County, Montana. John was the son of Alfred Emil Storez and Ida M. Green. Emily was the daughter of Thomas Arthur Marlow and Louise Miltz. Thomas W. Bennett, Rector, Church of the Holy Spirit, officiated. Witnesses were John P. Dratz and Mildred A. Marlow. ["Montana, County Marriages, 1865-1950,"]

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Henry MARLOW




Husband Henry MARLOW

         Born: 12 Apr 1859 - Michigan
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         Died: 11 Jul 1860 - Missouri
       Buried:  - Greenwood Cemetery, Marion County, Missouri


       Father: Parmenio MARLOW (cal 1825-1882)
       Mother: Emily W. BROADWATER (1837-1923)





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General Notes: Husband - Henry MARLOW

In the 1860 U.S. Census of St. Louis County, Missouri, Henry Marlow, age 1, born in Michigan, resides with his parents Parmenis Marlow and Emily W. Broadwater.

Find A Grave Memorial# 92883119 records Henry Marlow's burial in Section 21, Lot 16, Greenwood Cemetery, Palmyra, Marion County, Missouri. The memorial lists his age at death as 1 yr 3 mos.
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Julia F. MARLOW




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Wife Julia F. MARLOW

         Born: Abt 1866 - Maryland
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         Died: Abt 1871 - Missouri
       Buried:  - Greenwood Cemetery, Marion County, Missouri


       Father: Parmenio MARLOW (cal 1825-1882)
       Mother: Emily W. BROADWATER (1837-1923)




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General Notes: Wife - Julia F. MARLOW

In the 1870 U.S. Census, of Petersville, Frederick County, Maryland, Julia F.[sic]. Marlow is age 4, born in Maryland, residing with her parents, Parmenis Marlow and Emily W. Broadwater. Her family moved to Missouri.

Find A Grave Memorial# 92883193 records Julia T. Marlow's burial in Section 21, Lot 16, Greenwood Cemetery, Palmyra, Marion County, Missouri. The memorial lists her age at death as 5 Yrs 6 mos.
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S1 Kenneth C. MARLOW, USNR, WWII




Husband S1 Kenneth C. MARLOW, USNR, WWII

         Born: 1911 - Lewis and Clark County, Montana
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         Died: 10 Jul 1956
       Buried:  - Forestvale Cemetery, Lewis and Clark County, Montana


       Father: Thomas Arthur MARLOW (1861-1938)
       Mother: Louise MILTZ (1881-1950)





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General Notes: Husband - S1 Kenneth C. MARLOW, USNR, WWII

Kenneth C. Marlow is buried in Valleyview 64, Forestvale Cemetery, Helena, Lewis and Clark County, Montana. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 121066641:

KENNETH C MARLOW
MONTANA
S1 USNR
WORLD WAR II
MARCH 9 1911 JULY 10 1956
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Leigh Miltz MARLOW




Husband Leigh Miltz MARLOW

         Born: 18 May 1908 - Lewis and Clark County, Montana
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         Died: 25 May 1929
       Buried:  - Forestvale Cemetery, Lewis and Clark County, Montana


       Father: Thomas Arthur MARLOW (1861-1938)
       Mother: Louise MILTZ (1881-1950)





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General Notes: Husband - Leigh Miltz MARLOW

Leigh Miltz Marlow is buried in Valleyview 64, Forestvale Cemetery, Helena, Lewis and Clark County, Montana. A picture of his headstone, shared with his father, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 121066644:

LEIGH MILTZ
MARLOW
BORN
MAY 18, 1908
DIED
May 25, 1929

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Leigh Richmond MARLOW




Husband Leigh Richmond MARLOW

         Born: 1864 - Maryland
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         Died: 8 Dec 1934 - Los Angeles County, California
       Buried:  - Mountain View Cemetery and Mausoleum, Los Angeles County, California


       Father: Parmenio MARLOW (cal 1825-1882)
       Mother: Emily W. BROADWATER (1837-1923)





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General Notes: Husband - Leigh Richmond MARLOW

Leigh Richmond "L. R" Marlow, both in 1864 in Maryland, was the son of Parmenio Marlow and Emily W. Broadwater.

L. R. Marlow of Choteau County is listed in the Directory of Notaries Public, First Annual Report of the Bureay of Agriculture, Labor and Industry of Montana, page 209

VENTURA CARRIES MORE THAN A HUNDRED PEOPLE IN HER CABINS
Among Those Crossing the Pacific on the Oceanic Steamship Company's Liner Are Some Prominent Honolulu Residents and a Number of Well Known Colonials Bound for the Ports of New Zealand and- Australia. The Oceanic Steamship Company's liner Ventura* Captain Hayward, with a full cargo and more than 100 cabin passengers, sailed yesterday for Honolulu and the Antipodes. Among the passengers was... L. R. Marlow... [California Digital Newspaper Collection, San Francisco Call, 17 June 1904]

HOTEL ARRIVALS: VAN NUYS, L. R. Marlow. [California Digital Newspaper Collection, Los Angeles Herald, 2 May 1904]

In 1910, in San Francisco, California, Leigh R. Marlow, age 46, single, born in Maryland was a lodger in the household of Louis Hursch, age 52, born in Germany. He was a secretary in a mercantile corporation.

Personal Mention: L. R. Marlow, general manager of the firm of Nathan-Dorman company of San Francisco, is stopping at the Hotel Sacramento. [California Digital Newspaper Collection, Sacramento Union, 20 December 1913]
[The Nathan-Dohrmann Company were wholesale and retall dealers In crockery, glassware,silverware, art goods and refrigerators, opp Union Square, Stockton and Geary, tel Garfield 2200. [http://www.sfgenealogy.com/san_francisco_directory/1918/1918_1179.pdf]

Find A Grave Memorial# 125760346
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Mary R. MARLOW




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Wife Mary R. MARLOW

         Born: Abt 1872 - Missouri
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         Died: Abt 1873 - Missouri
       Buried:  - Greenwood Cemetery, Marion County, Missouri


       Father: Parmenio MARLOW (cal 1825-1882)
       Mother: Emily W. BROADWATER (1837-1923)




Children

General Notes: Wife - Mary R. MARLOW

Mary R. Marlow was a daughter of Pemenis Marlow and Emily W. Broadwater. Find A Grave Memorial# 92883069 records Mary R. Marlow's burial in Section 21, Lot 16, Greenwood Cemetery, Palmyra, Marion County, Missouri. The memorial lists her age at death as 1 Yr 11 Mos. Mary is buried with in the same section and plot as her father and 6 of her siblings who died young.
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Nettie B. MARLOW




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Wife Nettie B. MARLOW

         Born: Abt 1868 - Maryland
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         Died: Abt 1872 - Missouri
       Buried:  - Greenwood Cemetery, Marion County, Missouri


       Father: Parmenio MARLOW (cal 1825-1882)
       Mother: Emily W. BROADWATER (1837-1923)




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General Notes: Wife - Nettie B. MARLOW

In the 1870 U.S. Census, of Petersville, Frederick County, Maryland, Nettie B. Marlow is age 2, born in Maryland, residing with her parents, Parmenis Marlow and Emily W. Broadwater. Her family moved to Missouri.

Find A Grave Memorial# 92883223 records Nettie B. Marlow's burial in Section 21, Lot 16, Greenwood Cemetery, Palmyra, Marion County, Missouri. The memorial lists her age at death as 4 Yrs 1 Mo.

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Sarah Louise MARLOW




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Wife Sarah Louise MARLOW

         Born: 28 Aug 1876 - Missouri
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         Died: 16 Jun 1940 - Los Angeles County, California
       Buried:  - Mountain View Cemetery and Mausoleum, Los Angeles County, California


       Father: Parmenio MARLOW (cal 1825-1882)
       Mother: Emily W. BROADWATER (1837-1923)




Children

General Notes: Wife - Sarah Louise MARLOW

Louise Marlow, born 28 Oct 1876, died 16 Jun 1940 in Los Angeles County, California. Her father was Marlow. Her mother was Broadwater. ["California Death Index, 1940-1997,"]

Find A Grave Memorial# 125760060
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Thomas Arthur MARLOW and Louise MILTZ




Husband Thomas Arthur MARLOW

         Born: 9 Mar 1861 - Maryland
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         Died: 28 Mar 1938 - Lewis and Clark County, Montana
       Buried:  - Forestvale Cemetery, Lewis and Clark County, Montana


       Father: Parmenio MARLOW (cal 1825-1882)
       Mother: Emily W. BROADWATER (1837-1923)


     Marriage: 20 Sep 1905 - Lewis and Clark County, Montana



Wife Louise MILTZ

         Born: 7 Jan 1881 - Wayne County, Michigan
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         Died: 23 Aug 1950 - Lewis and Clark County, Montana
       Buried: 25 Aug 1950 - Forestvale Cemetery, Lewis and Clark County, Montana


Children
1 M Arthur Broadwater MARLOW

         Born: 1906 - Lewis and Clark County, Montana
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         Died: 1974
       Buried:  - Forestvale Cemetery, Lewis and Clark County, Montana
       Spouse: Anna Lou (1906-1992)


2 M Leigh Miltz MARLOW

         Born: 18 May 1908 - Lewis and Clark County, Montana
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         Died: 25 May 1929
       Buried:  - Forestvale Cemetery, Lewis and Clark County, Montana



3 M S1 Kenneth C. MARLOW, USNR, WWII

         Born: 1911 - Lewis and Clark County, Montana
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         Died: 10 Jul 1956
       Buried:  - Forestvale Cemetery, Lewis and Clark County, Montana



4 M Jack Waite MARLOW

         Born: 10 Dec 1914 - Lewis and Clark County, Montana
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         Died: 9 Feb 1983
       Buried:  - Sunset Memorial Gardens, Lewis and Clark County, Montana
       Spouse: Mildred Louise ANDERSON (1916-1978)


5 F Emily Louise MARLOW

         Born: 13 Oct 1918 - Lewis and Clark County, Montana
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         Died: 18 Sep 1994 - Lewis and Clark County, Montana
     Cremated:  - Sunset Memorial Gardens Crematory, Lewis and Clark County, Montana
       Spouse: John Robert STOREZ (Abt 1920-Bef 1994)
         Marr: 11 Jan 1942 - Missoula County, Montana



General Notes: Husband - Thomas Arthur MARLOW

Biographical Note - Thomas A. Marlow was born in St. Louis, Missouri, on March 9, 1861. He came to Montana and entered the employ of Broadwater and McNamara at Fort Maginnis in 1882. In 1888 he established the mercantile firm of McNamara & Marlow at Big Sandy, Montana, with Cornelius McNamara. He moved to Helena, Montana, in 1893 in connection with the liquidation of the Charles A. Broadwater estate; Broadwater was his uncle, and he was appointed trustee for Mary C. Miller, Julia C. Broadwater, and Mary E. Chumasero, along with the Broadwater Comapny. Later, he became president of the Montana National Bank. In 1931 he became the president of the newly-formed First National Bank and Trust Company in Helena, which was formed through the union of Montana Trust and Savings Bank, National Bank of Montana, and American National Bank. Marlow served as a member of the Republican National Committee from 1908 to 1920, and served as a director of many corporations, including the Great Northern Railroad, Montana Flour Mills of Great Falls, and the First Bank Stock Corporation of Minneapolis. He died in Helena on March 28, 1938.
[http://archiveswest.orbiscascade.org/ark:/80444/xv04449]

In the 1870 census,Thomas Marlow, age 9, born in Maryland [sic], resides with his parents in Frederick County, Maryland. In 1880, Thomas Marlow, age 19, born in Missouri, single, is a farm laborer in the household of Joseph Pelts in Independence, Dunklin County, Missouri. In 1860, his parents resided in St. Louis, Missouri.

1910 U.S. Census, Montana, Lewis and Clark County, Helena, 10th Precinct; Series
626 90 90 MARLOW Thomas A. Head M W 49 M1 4 MO MO MO Banker Bank
-- Louise Wife F W 29 M1 4 2 2 MI Germany Germany
-- Arthur Son M W 3 S MT MO MI
-- Lee Miltz Son M W 1 S MT MO MI
ANDERSON Alma Servant F W 24 S Norway Norway Norway
YANDEN Carrie Servant F W 20 S Norway Norway Norway

1920 U.S. Census, Montana, Lewis and Clark County, Helena, Ward 5; Series T625 Roll: 972 Page: 6A:
626 129 133 MARLOW Thomas A. Head M W 58 M MO US US President National Bank of Mont.
-- Louise Wife F W 30 M MI Germany Germany
-- Arthur B. Son M W 13 S MT MO MI
-- Lee M. Son M W 11 S MT MO MI
-- Kenneth C. Som M W 8 S MT MO MI
-- Jack W. Son M W 5 S MT MO MI
-- Emily Louise Dau F W 1+5/12 S MT MO MI
LORWICK Bergit Servant F W 35 1907 Al Norway Norway Norway

Thomas Marlow of Helena, Montana, age 67, born 9 March 1861 in St. Louis, Missouri is named as a passenger on the S. S. Pastores sailing from New York, February 23rd 1929 and arriving at Port of New York March 17th, 1929. ["New York, New York Passenger and Crew Lists, 1909, 1925-1957,"]

Thomas Arthur Marlow is buried in Valleyview 64, Forestvale Cemetery, Helena, Lewis and Clark County, Montana. A picture of his headstone, shared with his son Leigh Miltz, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 121066644:

THOMAS ARTHUR
MARLOW
BORN
MARCH 9, 1861
DIED
MARCH 28, 1938


General Notes: Wife - Louise MILTZ

Louise Marlow died 23 August 1950 in Lewis And Clark County, Montana at age 69. Index Number LC 3074. ["Montana Death Index, 1860-2007,"]

Find A Grave Memorial# 121066643


Notes: Marriage

Thomas Arthur Marlow, age 44, married Louise Miltz, age 24, on 20 September 1905 in Lewis and Clark County, Montana. Thomas was the son of Parmenis Marlow and Emily Broadwater. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri and a resided in Helena, Montana. Louise was the daughter of Jacob Miltz and Elizabeth Diegel. She was born in Detroit, Michigan and resided in Big Sandy, Montana. L. R. Brewer, Episcopal Bishop of Montana officiated. Witnesses were A. B. Sibley and W. C. Sweeney[?]. ["Montana, County Marriages, 1865-1950," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:F338-483 : accessed 31 May 2016), Emily Broadwater in entry for Thomas A. Marlow and Louise Miltz, 20 Sep 1905; citing Marriage, Helena, Lewis and Clark, Montana, county courthouses, Montana; FHL microfilm 1,906,340.]


General Notes: Child - Arthur Broadwater MARLOW

Arthur Broadwater Marlow is buried in Forestvale Cemetery, Helena, Lewis and Clark County, Montana. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 110926424:

ARTHUR BROADWATER
MARLOW
1906 1974


General Notes: Child - Leigh Miltz MARLOW

Leigh Miltz Marlow is buried in Valleyview 64, Forestvale Cemetery, Helena, Lewis and Clark County, Montana. A picture of his headstone, shared with his father, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 121066644:

LEIGH MILTZ
MARLOW
BORN
MAY 18, 1908
DIED
May 25, 1929


General Notes: Child - S1 Kenneth C. MARLOW, USNR, WWII

Kenneth C. Marlow is buried in Valleyview 64, Forestvale Cemetery, Helena, Lewis and Clark County, Montana. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 121066641:

KENNETH C MARLOW
MONTANA
S1 USNR
WORLD WAR II
MARCH 9 1911 JULY 10 1956


General Notes: Child - Jack Waite MARLOW

Jack Waite Marlow is buried in M 11A1, Sunset Memorial Gardens, Helena, Lewis and Clark County, Montana. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 54722913:

JACK W.
1914 - 1983
MARLOW

The memorial lists his birth on Feb. 10, 1914 and his death on Feb. 9, 1983.


General Notes: Child - Emily Louise MARLOW

Emily Louise Marlow, female, white, Living, 5th child of Louise Meltz [sic] and Thos. Marlow was born Oct. 13, 1918. Her mother was born in Detroit, Mich. and her father in St. Louis, Missouri. Her father was a Banker residing at 626 Harrison Ave. G. H. Barbour reported the birth on Nov. 14, 1918. ["Montana, County Births and Deaths, 1840-2004," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QKNR-YY9L : accessed 31 May 2016), Emily Louise Marlow, 1918; citing Birth, Montana, United States, various county recorder offices; FHL microfilm 2,314,981.]

Emily Louise Storez, born 13 November 1918, died 8 September 1994 in Helena, Lewis and Clark County, Montana at age 75. She was the daughter of Thomas Arthur Marlow and Louise Miltz. She was a widowed homemaker. Informant was Jeanne Ann Bonham. Emily was cremated. Her ashes rest in Sunset Memorial Gardens Crematory, Helena, Montana.["Montana, County Births and Deaths, 1840-2004," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QKNR-K7V1 : accessed 1 June 2016), Emily Louise Storez, 18 Sep 1994; citing Death, Helena, Lewis and Clark, Montana, United States, various county recorder offices; FHL microfilm 2,314,298.]
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Charles E. MARQUIS




Husband Charles E. MARQUIS

         Born: 10 Nov 1863 - Scotland County, Missouri
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         Died: Bef 1870
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       Father: John W. MARQUIS (1834-1915) 3391,3393
       Mother: Permelia Malinda BUSBY (1840-1931) 3390,3391,3392,3393





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Ida O. MARQUIS




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Wife Ida O. MARQUIS 3393

         Born: Abt 1867 - Scotland County, Missouri 3393
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         Died: Bef 1 Jun 1900
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       Father: John W. MARQUIS (1834-1915) 3391,3393
       Mother: Permelia Malinda BUSBY (1840-1931) 3390,3391,3392,3393




Children

General Notes: Wife - Ida O. MARQUIS

Ida O. MARQUIS, 13, is named as a daughter of John W. MARQUIS and Permelia Malinda BUSBY in the 1880 census of Scotland County, missouri. Curiously, she is not named in the 1870 census where only one child, a daughter, "J. E." age 4 is named. "Ida O."appears to have been listed as "J. E." in 1870.
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James E. MARQUIS




Husband James E. MARQUIS 3391

         Born: 24 May 1860 - Scotland County, Missouri 3391
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         Died: 28 Aug 1861 - Scotland County, Missouri
       Buried:  - Prospect Grove Cemetery


       Father: John W. MARQUIS (1834-1915) 3391,3393
       Mother: Permelia Malinda BUSBY (1840-1931) 3390,3391,3392,3393





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General Notes: Husband - James E. MARQUIS

James G. MARQUIS, age two months, son of John W. MARQUIS and Permelia Malinda BUSBY, is named in the 1860 census of Scotland County, Missouri. James is not named with the family in 1870, presumed to have died young.
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Marcelus MARQUIS




Husband Marcelus MARQUIS

         Born: 20 Feb 1862 - Scotland County, Missouri
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         Died: Bef 1870 - Scotland County, Missouri
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       Father: John W. MARQUIS (1834-1915) 3391,3393
       Mother: Permelia Malinda BUSBY (1840-1931) 3390,3391,3392,3393





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J. H. WHITE and Ora D. MARQUIS




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Wife Ora D. MARQUIS 3393

         Born: Abt 1871 - Scotland County, Missouri 3393
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       Father: John W. MARQUIS (1834-1915) 3391,3393
       Mother: Permelia Malinda BUSBY (1840-1931) 3390,3391,3392,3393




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1 M Charles WHITE (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Ray WHITE (details suppressed for this person)

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Alton MARSH




Husband Alton MARSH (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Charles Pickett "Man" EPPS MARSH (Abt 1907-1972)
       Mother: Bertha PERRY (1910-2003)





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Troy SINGLETARY and Amanda MARSH




Husband Troy SINGLETARY

         Born: 15 Jan 1847 - Thomas County, Georgia
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         Died: 14 Sep 1915 - Grady County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Pierce Chapel Cemetery, Grady County, Georgia
     Marriage: Bef 1894

 Other Spouse: Margaret SMITH (Abt 1836-Bef 1890) - 1869



Wife Amanda MARSH

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1 F Bessie SINGLETARY

         Born: 19 Jul 1894 - Grady County, Georgia
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         Died: 3 Jul 1990 - Grady County, Georgia
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       Spouse: Sam O. SINGLETARY (      -1980)



General Notes: Child - Bessie SINGLETARY

Thomasville Times-Enterprise, Thomasville, Georgia, Thursday, July 5, 1990. SINGLETARY - CAIRO --- Services for Bessie S. SINGLETARY, 95, of Cairo, will be conducted at 2 p.m. today, July 5, 1990, at Friendship United Methodist Church, where she was a member. The Revs. Edwin O'neal and Scott Parsons will officiate. Mrs. SINGLETARY died July 3, 1990, at Grady General Hospital. Born July 19, 1894, in Grady County, she was a daughter of Troy and Amanda Marsh SINGLETARY. Her husband, Sam SINGLETARY, died in January 1980. Survivors include a son, Anderson SINGLETARY, Cairo; and nieces, Jewell EATON, Smyrna, and Flossie SNIPES, Miami --- Clark Funeral Home. (Allen Singletary, vsingle@tds.net , December 02, 2003)

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Araminta "Mittie" MARSH




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Wife Araminta "Mittie" MARSH 4430

         Born: Abt 1868 - Texas
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       Father: Colonel Bryant MARSH, Jr., CSA (1833-1901) 2716
       Mother: Lucy PORTIS (Abt 1848-      ) 4430




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Arnetta EPPS MARSH




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Wife Arnetta EPPS MARSH

         Born: 6 Oct 1919 - Mansfield, Desoto Parish, Louisiana
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         Died: 11 Dec 1982 - Contra Costa County, California
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       Father: Thomas Franklin MARSH (Abt 1856-1928)
       Mother: Josephine EPPS (Bef 1889-1930)




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General Notes: Wife - Arnetta EPPS MARSH

This my Aunt Arnetta MARSH (Baby Marsh) b: October 6, 1919, in Desoto Parish, LA; died December 11, 1982, in Contra Costa County. At the time the 1920 Census was taken she was (3/12), 3 months old. (Linda Marsh, Ladystivers@aol.com)

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Benjamin Franklin MARSH and Dorothy Josephine MATHEWS




Husband Benjamin Franklin MARSH 3007

         Born: Abt 1827 - Prairie Bluff, Wilcox County, Alabama
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         Died: Cir Nov 1857 - Mansfield, Desoto Parish, Louisiana
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       Father: Capt. Bryant MARSH (1777-1851)
       Mother: Martha DANIEL (Abt 1786-1848)


     Marriage: Bef 1850



Wife Dorothy Josephine MATHEWS 3007

         Born: Abt 1831 - Prairie Bluff, Wilcox County, Alabama 3007
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         Died: After 1880 - Wilcox County, Alabama 4140
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       Father: William Thomas MATHEWS, Sr. (1805-1884)
       Mother: Dorothy HANDLEY (1807-1844)



 Other Spouse: Charles P. KNIGHTON (Abt 1812-1870) - Bef 12 Aug 1867


Children
1 F Orline Jane MARSH 4141

         Born: Abt 1850 - Alabama
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       Spouse: J. S. HANCOCK (Cir 1850-Cir 1871)
         Marr: 24 Oct 1871 - Bossier Parish, Louisiana
       Spouse: H. D. DAVIS (Abt 1841-      ) 4140
         Marr: Abt 1871 4140


2 F Iona Joni MARSH

         Born: Abt 1852 - Alabama
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       Spouse: James E. YOUNG (      -      )
         Marr: 6 Aug 1883 - Bossier Parish, Louisiana


3 M Thomas Franklin MARSH

         Born: Abt 1856 - Prairie Bluff, Wilcox County, Alabama
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         Died: 15 May 1928 - Benson, Desoto Parish, Louisiana
       Buried:  - Phillips Chapel Methodist Church, Mansfield, Louisiana
       Spouse: Martha Louisiana BOONE (1856-1921)
         Marr: 14 Feb 1881 - Benson, Desoto Parish, Louisiana
       Spouse: Josephine EPPS (Bef 1889-1930)
         Marr: (Unmarried)


4 F Uphronia Medora MARSH

         Born: Abt 1857
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General Notes: Husband - Benjamin Franklin MARSH

In the 1850 U. S. Census for Wilcox County, Alabama, "898 B. F. MARSH 23 M Ala" and wife "Dorothy 18 F Ala" is the next door neighbor of Bryan MARSH, his father.
* LOUISIANA - DESOTO PARISH - DEED (CONVEYANCES) RECORDS *
*****************************************************************Date Book/Page Grantor Grantee Type
06/11/1844 D/7(2) Bryan Marsh Julia E Pearson Slave
1856 H/152(2) T F Burgin B F Marsh Land
11/28/1857 G/309(2) D J Marsh B F Marsh Ext Invty
01/11/1858 H/641(2) B F Marsh Sucsn J E Lewis Land
01/11/1858 H/643(2) B F Marsh Sucsn W G Hale Land
12/27/1858 I/142 C.P. Knighton J W Nolan Land
03/16/1859 G/508 D J Marsh B F Marsh Ext Invty
LOUISIANA - DESOTO PARISH - PROBATE (SUCCESSION) RECORDS, 04-05-1858, Vol.10, page 312 Dorothy J. MARSH appointed adm. of B. F. Marsh estate.
D J Marsh B F Marsh Ext Invty Tutorship of Minors of B F Marsh - Tutor's Bond. Mrs Dorothy Josephine Marsh is confirmed as natural tutor of her minor children to wit Orline, Jone, Thomas Franklin Marsh Uphrasia Mesedora Marsh issue of her marriage with B F Marsh, deceased and that the amount of inventory in the succession of said B F Marsh, decd in which the minors are interested is $29,370.00 on MAR, 03, 1859 -- Deed (Conveyances Records) Book G Page #508
In 1860, D. Josephine MARSH is shown as a head of house with her three children. 3007


General Notes: Wife - Dorothy Josephine MATHEWS

Dorothy Josephine MATHEWS married Benjamin Franklin MARSH. He died in 1857, leaving her a wealthy widow.

Desoto Parish Probate Records (Succession), Vol. 10, Page 312, 4 May 1858 show that Dorothy J. MARSH was appointed adminitrix of B. F. MARSH's estate.

"Tutorship of Minors of B. F. Marsh | The State of Louisiana Parish of DeSoto - Be it known that Mrs. Dorothy Josephine Marsh has been confirmed and recognized as natural tutor of her minor children to wit: Orline Marsh, Ione Marsh, Thomas Franklin Marsh, Uphronia Medora Marsh issue of her marriage with B. F. Marsh deceased And that she has taken the Oath as required by law as suchand I also certify that the inventory in the succefsion of B. F. Marsh the father deceased of Said Minors Amounts to Twenty Nine Thousand three hundred and Seventy Dollars - asappears from the Inventory taken in Said Succefsion. Given under my hand and the Seal of Said Court on this 26th day of November A.D. 1857 - Signed, (illegible?) Clerk Said Court. The above is atrue record from the "illegible?" filed and recorded November 28th 1857 S. F. Smith recorder." (Source: DeSoto Parish, Louisiana Mortgage/Conveyance Book G, pages 309&310)
- Tutor's Bond, 03/16/1859 G/508 D J MARSH B F MARSH Ext Invty)

Dorothy Josephine MARSH is listed in the 1860 U.S. Census of Wilcox County, Alabama as "620 617 D. Josephine MARSH 28 F 340 Ala". She is the head of household with 3 children: "Orline MARSH 9 F Ala", "Jone MARSH 7 F Ala", and "Thomas F. MARSH 5 M Ala". After the death of her husband, she moved back to Wilcox County, Alabama. Desoto Parish Probate records from 02-09-1860 12/43 indicate D. Josephine MARSH writes to the court from Wilcox County, Alabama. Additional records from11-26-1860 (12/480) and 12-08-1860 (12/501) refer to proceedings and a record from 12-10-1860 (12/502) refers to Camden,Wilcox County, Alabama court proceedings.

According to the 1860 Slave Schedule for the Western Division of Wilcox County, Alabama, D. Josephine MARSH owns 52 slaves.

At some point after 1860, Josephine returns to Desoto Parish Louisiana. Before 12 August 1867, Dorothy Josephine Mathews-MARSH remarried to Charles P. KNIGHTON/NIGHTIN in 1867.

The 1880 census for Caddo Parrish, Louisiana shows D. J. KNIGHTON in the household of H. D. DAVIS, 39, and wife, M. O. DAVIS, 28. "D. J." is listed as Mother, 48, born in Alabama. From this it appears that "M. O." is her daughter, Orline.


General Notes: Child - Orline Jane MARSH

The 1880 Census shows Orline as "M. O." DAVIS, living with her husband H.D. DAVIS, their children, Edmond 7, Edna 5, and Willie 3, and Orline's mother, D. J. (Matthews Marsh) KNIGHTON.
"I think Orline got her name from that riverboat that created such a fuss in Wilcox County (AL) when it sank in 1848." (Linda Marsh)
"One of the grandest (steamboats) of all, the Orline St. John, caught fire and sank off Gee's Bend in 1850. A slave named Abram swam out and saved nine men, who were carried with other survivors to the Big House, a makeshift hospital that day. Scores drowned, however. At least one was laid to rest in Camden." (http://www.geneseo.edu/~bennett/GEEBEND.htm)
"William Harris had found the wreck of the Orline St. John. That was 1954. The Orline St. John had gone down over a century earlier, March of 1850, victim of one of those fires that always threatened steamboats. No one knows how many died, but every woman and child on board perished." (http://www.annistonstar.com/opinion/2005/as-insight-0216-hhjacksoncol-5b15w3631.htm)


General Notes: Child - Thomas Franklin MARSH

1880 - T. J. (F.) MARSH Self S Male W 25 AL Sewing M Agt AL AL (1880 Shreveport, Caddo, Louisiana Family History Library Film 1254449 NA Film Number T9-0449 Page Number 433D)
Thomas Franklin MARSH married Martha Lou BOONE on February 14, 1881 in Desoto Parish, Louisiana. He lives by himself, two doors down from his sister Orline DAVIS and her family which includes their mother, D. J. Mathews Marsh KNIGHTON, 48.
1910 LOUISIANA DE SOTO 4-WD (Series: T624 Roll: 512 Page: 161)
180 T. F. MARSH Head M W 54 M 29 AL AL AL Merchant Retail
Martha Wife F W 54 29 1 1 LA AL AL
The situation of the marriage became tenuous at best, resulting in their divorcing after 34 years of marriage. The divorce was effective 20 Sep 1915. Thomas' descendant, Linda MARSH explains below.
"I do not believe Thomas F. MARSH married Josephine EPPS. I am lead to believe this was a unique common law situation, if you will. I was told Martha (Lou BOONE) was a very loving woman. And when it was truly discovered that her husband was having his way with Josephine it was at that time that she said to Josephine "go get all your children" (Perhaps there were three at that time and one on the way) and come live here in my house and I will move to my other house cross town. I am lead to believe that the marriage between Martha and Thomas had deteriorated or he was just taking advantage of the situation at hand. He fathered 11 children with Josephine. Martha had two children: Thomas Cade MARSH and Beulah MARSH; I believe she passed before of at birth. There are no records for her that I can find. I must try to get cemetery records [with the help of the genealogist specialist prior, it appeared that the graves sites are listed with marker (numbers not names)] to see if she is buried in Mansfield Desoto Parish, or other surrounding Parishes and counties near Mansfield, and in the state of Louisiana.
The relatives down in Louisiana tell me Martha was a very, very nice woman. She must have loved Josephine in her own way and felt she would be better off there on their property to raise her children with Tom, as she was much younger. My take on it so far is, she most likely worked in their home as a young girl. And live afar. Martha must have taken her into consideration as she continued to come up pregnant, as it must have become harder and harder for her to get back and forth. I wish I had all the facts. I will continue to try to unravel as much information as I can. Most living relatives here, have very little recollection of their grandmother. Josephine was born March 1890 and died September 1, 1930, [Josephine died 9 years after Martha] at age 41 years; Thomas F. MARSH was born in 1855; died May 15, 1928, approx. 73 years old [seven years after Martha]; he was 35 years Josephine's senior. Martha Lou BOONE born October 26, 1856, in Mansfield - Desoto Parish, Louisiana; died May 24, 1921, in Dodson (Winn), LA at 64 years old.
There is record of Josephine EPPS working in the Arthur NOLAND household as a servant in Sabine Parish in the 1900's.
On the land records Thomas F. MARSH purchased property in 1890. He had a donation of property from Claudia MOSLEY in 1890. And purchased several more pieces of property in 1890.
(Linda MARSH)
Philip's Chapel was first known as Philip's Chapel Methodist Church (previously Episcopal) moved to Mansfield from Benson after 1900.
Josephine EPPS (my great grandmother) b: abt. March 1890; died September 1, 1930, in Desoto Parish at the age of 41 years. (Linda MARSH)
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Bryan MARSH, Jr.




Husband Bryan MARSH, Jr. 6

         Born: Abt 1806 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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       Father: Capt. Bryant MARSH (1777-1851)
       Mother: Martha DANIEL (Abt 1786-1848)





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General Notes: Husband - Bryan MARSH, Jr.

Bryant MARSH was the Assistant Marshal in Wilcox County. In addition to preparing the 1860 U.S. Census enumeration for the Western Division, he also prepared the 1860 Mortality Schedule, Wilcox County, AL 437 435 Page No. 2, SCHEDULE 3.--Persons who Died during the Year ending 1st June, 1860 in Western Division in the County of Wilcox, State of Alabama, enumerated by me, Bryant MARSH, Ass't Marshal.
Bryan MARSH is listed as owning 10 slaves according to the 1860 Slave Schedule for the Western Division, Wilcox County, Alabama.
Bryan wrote his will on 25 March 1862 dying no long afterwards. He left "all of my estate" to his brother Stephen MARSH and appointing his brother Stephen as the executor of the estate.
Family history says he never married.
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Colonel Bryant MARSH, Jr., CSA and Araminta "Mittie" SHUART




Husband Colonel Bryant MARSH, Jr., CSA 2716

         Born: 9 Feb 1833 - Sumter County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 Mar 1901 - Tyler, Texas
       Buried:  - Oakwood Cemetery


       Father: Colonel Bryant MARSH, Sr. (1808-1854) 2715
       Mother: Rebecca Waller JONES (1804-1872) 2716


     Marriage: Abt 1859 - Texas

 Other Spouse: Lucy PORTIS (Abt 1848-      ) 4430 - Abt 1867 - Texas



Wife Araminta "Mittie" SHUART 2716

         Born: Abt 1840 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 Dec 1863 - Smith County, Texas
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Henry B. MARSH 2716,4430

         Born: Aug 1860 - Tyler, Texas
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah PORTIS (Abt 1862-      )
         Marr: 8 Oct 1889 - Clarke County, Alabama 673



General Notes: Husband - 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

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Colonel Bryant MARSH, Jr., CSA and Lucy PORTIS




Husband Colonel Bryant MARSH, Jr., CSA 2716

         Born: 9 Feb 1833 - Sumter County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 Mar 1901 - Tyler, Texas
       Buried:  - Oakwood Cemetery


       Father: Colonel Bryant MARSH, Sr. (1808-1854) 2715
       Mother: Rebecca Waller JONES (1804-1872) 2716


     Marriage: Abt 1867 - Texas

 Other Spouse: Araminta "Mittie" SHUART (Abt 1840-1863) 2716 - Abt 1859 - Texas



Wife Lucy PORTIS 4430

         Born: Abt 1848 - Mississippi
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         Died: 
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Children
1 F Araminta "Mittie" MARSH 4430

         Born: Abt 1868 - Texas
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2 F Mary MARSH 4430

         Born: Abt 1877 - Texas
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         Died: 
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General Notes: Husband - 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: Wife - Lucy PORTIS

Lucy Portis MARSH filed an application for a Civil War veteran's widow. It is filed as Claimant Name: Marsh, Lucy; Application Number 49090; County: Smith; Husband's Name: Marsh, Bryan.

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Bryant E. MARSH




Husband Bryant E. MARSH 4035

         Born: 1860 - Wilcox County, Alabama
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         Died: 1919 - Wilcox County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Old Canton Cemetery


       Father: John Perry MARSH (1824-1900) 4038
       Mother: Julia Valinda PLEDGER (1827-1913) 4038





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General Notes: Husband - Bryant E. MARSH

Bryan E. MARSH, 51 and single, lives in the home of his sister Margaret and her husband, Frank S. TAIT, in the 1910 cennsus on Canton, Wilcox County, Alabama. Bryan may not have married.

Old Canton Cemetery. (Now Canton Bend Methodist Church Cemetery) 6 mi north from Camden on AL 28. Along with the cemetery is the Canton United Methodist Church which is within site of the old Cumberland (CP) Presbyterian Church (the original church on the site). Marsh Section: BRYAN 1860-1919.

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Buelah MARSH




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Wife Buelah MARSH

         Born: Abt 1883
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         Died: Cir 1890
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       Father: Thomas Franklin MARSH (Abt 1856-1928)
       Mother: Martha Louisiana BOONE (1856-1921)




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General Notes: Wife - Buelah MARSH

Buelah MARSH's birth & death dates are not known. Perhaps she passed at/or before birth. (Linda Jean Marsh, Ladystivers@aol.com)
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Charles MARSH, Jr.




Husband Charles MARSH, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Charles Pickett "Man" EPPS MARSH (Abt 1907-1972)
       Mother: Bertha PERRY (1910-2003)





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General Notes: Husband - Charles MARSH, Jr.

The 1930 census, Louisiana Desoto Parish Ward 4 Township 11 -N shows Charles MARSH, Jr. as being 1 3/12, living on a farm, M, Neg. He lives with his parents, Charles and Bertha MARSH.
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Charles Pickett "Man" EPPS MARSH and Bertha PERRY




Husband Charles Pickett "Man" EPPS MARSH

         Born: Abt 1907
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         Died: 1972
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       Father: Thomas Franklin MARSH (Abt 1856-1928)
       Mother: Josephine EPPS (Bef 1889-1930)


     Marriage: 19 Feb 1928



Wife Bertha PERRY

         Born: 13 Jan 1910
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         Died: 15 Jun 2003 - Houston, Harris County, Texas
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Charles MARSH, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Alton MARSH (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Warren MARSH (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Henry MARSH (details suppressed for this person)

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5 F Ocena MARSH (details suppressed for this person)

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6 M MacArthur MARSH (details suppressed for this person)

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7 M Dewitt MARSH (details suppressed for this person)

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8 F Flora MARSH (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Bertha PERRY

Jonas H. Perry, Sr., the son of George b: abt. 1815-1818 in either North Carolina or Alabama & Harriet Perry b: 1816-1822 in either South Carolina or Alabama, both were living in the Desoto Parish in 1880. Children of Jonas H. Perry were: Dotter/Doller b: 1850-53 in AL.; Pobst/Pabst b: abt 1852 in AL.; Garner b: abt 1848 in AL.; Cevote b: abt 1849 in AL. Peter b: 1854-1856 in Alabama or Louisiana; Myrtle b: abt 1862 in LA. Jonas first married Maria Plato on January 8, 1880, in Desoto Parish. He then married Phoebe around 1887; this union bore Bertha Perry-Marsh-Pea b: January 13, 1910; died June 15, 2003 in Houston, Texas; she married Charles Pickett Marsh (Uncle Man) February 19, 1928 he passed in 1972, to their union 10 children were born 2 of whom passed in infancy; then married Alex Pea who also preceded her in death; and her siblings, the children by Maria & Phoebe were Missouri b: November 1880; Ella b: April 1883; Hannah b: Dec. 1884; Bettie b: Jan. 1886; Ita b: Jan. 1888; Mark, a daughter born April 1889; Florence b: May 1890; Mary b: June 1891 and Jonas Perry, Jr., October 1892; Hobson b: Nov. 1894; Schley b: Sept. 1896. Jonas H. Perry, Sr.; married Sophie Woods-Perry thirdly, by 1913; and born to this union were Ruby Perry-Marsh b: February 22, 1910, in Louisiana; died April 29, 1970; sibling; Ribba Perry and her children, Average; Fulton; Milton; Mildred. Ruby & Pheobe were half sisters and both had married two brothers of the Marsh Family, i.e., Charles Marsh (Uncle Man) married Bertha Perry Marsh and Willie Marsh married Ruby Perry Marsh. (Linda Jean Marsh)


General Notes: Child - Charles MARSH, Jr.

The 1930 census, Louisiana Desoto Parish Ward 4 Township 11 -N shows Charles MARSH, Jr. as being 1 3/12, living on a farm, M, Neg. He lives with his parents, Charles and Bertha MARSH.
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Lt. Darius MARSH, CSA




Husband Lt. Darius MARSH, CSA

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


       Father: Colonel Bryant MARSH, Sr. (1808-1854) 2715
       Mother: Rebecca Waller JONES (1804-1872) 2716





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General Notes: Husband - 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)


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Darius MARSH and Sarah SHAMBURGER




Husband Darius MARSH

         Born: 19 Oct 1772 - Franklin County, North Carolina
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         Died: 12 Sep 1841 - Sumter County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Reeds Chapel Cemetery, Cuba, Sumter County, Alabama


       Father: Edmund MARSH (1740-1778)
       Mother: Catherine BRYANT (Abt 1736-After 1779)


     Marriage: Bef 1790



Wife Sarah SHAMBURGER

         Born: Abt 1773 - Cumberland County, North Carolina
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         Died: 1859 - Smith County, Texas
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Children
1 M Peter MARSH 2715

         Born: 2 Dec 1794 - Randolph County, North Carolina
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         Died: 25 Jul 1872 - Smith County, Texas
       Buried:  - Marsh-Wiggins Cemetery
       Spouse: Margaret "Peggy" HOLCOMB (1824-1901)
         Marr: Abt 1845
       Spouse: Mary Elizabeth SPINKS (1795-1840)
         Marr: 16 Feb 1826 - Alabama


2 M Colonel Bryant MARSH, Sr. 2715

         Born: 31 May 1808 - Randolph County, North Carolina
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         Died: 17 Feb 1854 - Smith County, Texas
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       Spouse: Rebecca Waller JONES (1804-1872) 2716
         Marr: 4 Jan 1830 - Clark County, Alabama 673


3 F Sarah MARSH

         Born: 2 Aug 1805 - Randolph County, North Carolina
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         Died: 7 Jan 1858 - Mt. Carmel, Smith County, Texas
       Buried:  - Marsh-Wiggins Cemetery
       Spouse: William WIGGINS III (1791-1864)
         Marr: 24 Jul 1820 - Clarke County, Alabama


4 F Mary Elizabeth MARSH 2715

         Born: 23 Dec 1795 - Randolph County, North Carolina
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         Died: 23 Aug 1840 - Lauderdale, Mississippi
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       Spouse: Ira PORTIS (Abt 1778-1825)
         Marr: 1820 - Clark County, Alabama
       Spouse: James GORDON (      -Bef 1848)
         Marr: After 1825


5 M Edmund MARSH 2715

         Born: 1810 - Randolph County, North Carolina
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         Died: Abt 1834 - Clarke County, Alabama
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Rhoda BUSSEY (1807-1851)
         Marr: Abt 1829



General Notes: Husband - Darius MARSH

From this Act of the Alabama Legislature, Darius moved his family to Clarke County, before 1826: AN ACT To establish certain election precincts therein named. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the state of Alabama in general assembly convened,...Sec. 19. And be it further enacted, That an additional election precinct be and the same is hereby established at the house of Darius MARSH in Clarke county. (Pages 44/45) Approved Jan. 10, 1826
Birth specified in Edmund MARSH's will as Oct 29, 1772
1800 US Census in Randolph Co NC M (1)<10(1)10-16 F (2)<10
Moved from NC abt 1810, pos traveling w/sister-in-law Elizabeth Stewart
On Clarke Co, AL officers list - Justice of Peace 3/24/1823 & 1829
Darius Marsh's household is found in the 1830 Alabama census on page 226, Southern District.
Early records of CLARKE COUNTY, ALABAMA* show the following: Darius Marsh*served as Justice of Peace 1823-1829.
*From Ancestry.com, provided by Linda Marsh: Alabama Land Records Viewing records 21-40 of 94 matches for: Marsh
DARIUS MARSH DEMOPOLIS 159.8 March 15, 1837
DARIUS MARSH DEMOPOLIS 79.78 March 2, 1837
DARIUS MARSH DEMOPOLIS 79.78 March 2, 1837
DARIUS MARSH DEMOPOLIS 79.9 March 2, 1837
BRYAN MARSH DEMOPOLIS 80 March 2, 1837
BRYAN MARSH DEMOPOLIS 79.99 March 2, 1837
BRYAN MARSH DEMOPOLIS 79.99 March 2, 1837
BRYAN MARSH DEMOPOLIS 79.99 March 2, 1837
BRYAN MARSH DEMOPOLIS 79.99 March 2, 1837
DARIUS MARSH DEMOPOLIS 39.95 March 3, 1837
EDMUND MARSH ST STEPHENS 80.0625 February 1, 1827
DARIUS MARSH ST STEPHENS 121 September 01, 1831
DARIUS MARSH Land Office: ST STEPHENS Document Number: 2878 Total Acres: 121 Signature: Yes Canceled Document: No Issue Date: September 01, 1831 Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566 Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820 Multiple Patentee Names: Yes Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries Remarks: WILLIAM WIGGINS Land Description: 1 E ST STEPHENS Yes 9N 4E 23 Name: BRYAN MARSH Land Office: CAHABA Document Number: 1334 Total Acres: 79.875 Signature: Yes Canceled Document: No Issue Date: April 04, 1825 Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566 Multiple Warantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820 Multiple Patentee Names: No Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries Remarks: ASSIGNEE OF JOHN W LANE Land Description: 1 E˝SE ST STEPHENS No 14N 6E 15
Copy of full Will - hand written -- lived w/Sarah Wiggins at death. Curiously no widow was mentioned in the settlement of Darius' estate. His wife Sarah Shamburger is said to have died in 1859, however she may have died before 1848 when Darius estate was probated because she is not mentioned in the probate or settlement of the estate. Cemetery listing http://www.rootsweb.com/~alchocta/cemeteries6.html (Cemetery)
Long history at Sarah Shamberger website.


General Notes: Child - Peter MARSH

This son, Peter, is known from the final settlement of the estate of Darius MARSH dated January 19, 1848. "It is ordered by this court that Peter MARSH recover of Bryant MARSH in this settlement $543.37 his share of said estate for which execution may issue."
Peter, 51, AL,and Margaret, 26, GA, and son James P, 3, MS, are on page 160 of the 11 Dec 1850 census of Smith County, Texas. Living with them is a James M. CLxxxxxx 25 and an Edmund MARSH, 16, AL. This Edmund is probably Peter's son from his first marriage toXXXXXXX. (Ancestry.com image viewed)
Peter MARSH is found in the 1860 census of Smith County, Texas. His family is listed as 501 503 Peter 64 M W Farmer 12,000 40,000 NC, Margaret 38 F W GA, James 12 M W MS, William 9 M W TX, and living with them is Jane EVANS 30 F W MS.
In 1870, still in Smith county, he is 400 400 MARSH, Peter 75 M W Farmer 14,000 27,000 NC, Margaret is 46 F W K House GA, and William 119 M W At School TX.
Peter died on 25 July 1872 and is buried in the MARSH-Wiggins Cemetery in Smith County, Texas.
From Linda March, 2.03.2005: "Peter Marsh 1850 Census w Margaret Holcomb b. Abt. 1805 NC Notes: 1850 Smith County, TX census lists as 51 yrs. old from No Carolina owning 700 acres & 35 slaves listed as owning one of 2 grist mills in Tyler. Marriage records of Alabama: m. 16 FEB 1826 Elizabeth Spinks b. Abt. 1794 in Clarke Co. w/children: James Polk MARSH William H, MARSH Peter3 Marsh b. 02 DEC 1794, Randolph Co, NC; died 25 July 1872 Tyler, Smith Co, Texas 1st m Mary Elizabeth SPINKS 27 FEB 1826, Clarke Co Al and she was b. 23 Dec 1795; d. 23 AUG 1840 Lauderdale MS; Then m 2nd wife Margaret "Peggy HOLCOMB abt. 1846 b. MAR 1824; d. 18 APR 1901 Smith Co. TX at 77 yrs. of age. 2) Peter Marsh b. 02 DEC 1794 in Randolph Co., NC (Approx. 8 year difference from above) [56 yrs if on 1850 census off 5 yrs.] passed @78 yrs. of age 3) Peter Marsh b. 1798/1799, County, North Carolina On the Census 1850, listed as 51 yrs. of age, born abt. 1799 [51 yrs on census]"


General Notes: Child - 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.


General Notes: Child - Sarah MARSH

Sarah MARSH was daughter of Darius MARSH, the brother of Capt. Bryant MARSH of Edgefield, South Carolina.
Sarah married William WIGGINS III. Sarah's share of her father's estate was paid to "...William WIGGINS inright of his wife Sarah formerly MARSH have judgement against Bryant MARSH for $543.37 his share of this estate..."
Sarah Marsh WIGGINS died in Smith County, Texas and is buried in the MARSH-WIGGINS cemetery there. A listing of those buried in this cemetery is as follows: MARSH, James P, 17 Oct 1847 - 14 Jan 1869, age 21 yrs 7 mos 27 days; MARSH, Peggy M, 1824 - 1901; LOVE, William H, 15 Apr 1861 - 25 Nov 1876; LOVE, Isabella M, 8 Jan 1858 - 10 Feb 1873; MARSH, Peter, 2 Dec 1974 - 25 Jul 1872, age 77 yrs 7 mos 23 days (broken stone) (Footstone: L.B.S.); _____, Mary E, Nov - 28 Sep 1870, dau of Daniel & _____(broken stone); WIGGINS, Mittie B, - d 14 Oct 1868, 18 yrs 7 mos 25 days, wife of John B DOUGLAS (broken stone) (Smith County Marriages: John B Douglas - Mittie Wiggins - 3 Sep 1867); WIGGINS, Lou M, 24 Jul 1835 - 23 May 1864, wife of A T HUSTON; WIGGINS, Sarah, 2 Aug 1805, 7 Jan 1858, wife of William WIGGINS; MARSH, James Clarence, 15 Oct 1878, 20 May 1879 (broken stone) son of W H & Parolee A Marsh; Unmarked grave in Marsh Cemetery (information from Kenneth Fortner): HARRISON, Earl died 1920's.


General Notes: Child - Mary Elizabeth MARSH

Found the following entry on page 482 of the book, "CLARKE COUNTY, ALABAMA AND ITS SURROUNDINGS" by Rev T. H. Ball, A.M.:
"Ira PORTIS , son of John PORTIS, of Fishing Creek, Ransom's Bridge, Roanoke River, in North Carolina, came to Clarke County in 1818, settled near Suggville, and died September 8, 1825, being 47 years of age. The home in North Carolina was also known as Portis' Gold Mines.
The European ancestor of the Portis Family, George PORTIS, came from Wales, and settled at the Isle of Wight in Virginia, tradition ays in 1760, and was buried in the old Petersburg cemetery.
Ira PORTIS had eight children born in North Carolina; Mary Ann, Joseph P., Solomon W., Samuel G., David Y., Lavina, Maria H., and John Wesley.
The mother of these children died September 9, 1818 and the next year, 1819, their father married Miss GOODWIN, who soon died, and in 1820 he was again married to Miss Mary MARSH. Three children were afterward added to the family: Edmund M., Benjamin P., and Darius M."


General Notes: Child - Edmund MARSH

[Vol 239, Clarke Co, AL][pg 043][Book 1832-1839]
Page 243. Edmund MARSH's estate. Division. We found that is the part each one will be allowed being 3 children and the widow makes 4, We have allotted the wife 3 slaves...The wife (alias Mrs. HEARIN) and the 3 children (not named) 5 Jan. 1836.
(Note: Rhoda MARSH married John HEARIN 14 Dec 1835.)
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       Father: Charles Pickett "Man" EPPS MARSH (Abt 1907-1972)
       Mother: Bertha PERRY (1910-2003)





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Earline EPPS MARSH




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       Father: Thomas Franklin MARSH (Abt 1856-1928)
       Mother: Josephine EPPS (Bef 1889-1930)




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