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

DANIELL & DITMORE



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William H. MATHENY




Husband William H. MATHENY 344

         Born: Abt 1852 - Barnwell County, South Carolina
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       Father: John Walker MATHENY (Abt 1803-1862) 344,880
       Mother: Elizabeth Ann RUSH (1828-1911) 39,815





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P. Henry YOUNG and Kate R. MATHESON




Husband P. Henry YOUNG 4008

         Born: Abt 1830 - South Carolina 4010
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       Father: Lorick YOUNG (Between 1770/1780-Bef 1849)
       Mother: Jane D. DANIEL (Bef 1797-Between 1850/1853) 2083,4008


     Marriage: Abt 1874



Wife Kate R. MATHESON

         Born: Abt 1847 - South Carolina
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1 M Walford YOUNG

         Born: Abt 1875 - Florida
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2 M Heywood YOUNG

         Born: Abt 1878 - Florida
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General Notes: Husband - P. Henry YOUNG

P. Henry YOUNG, son of Lovick YOUNG and Jane D. DANIEL is named in his mother's 1849 Will. She wrote: "I give and bequeath to my third son P. Henry YOUNG three girls Amy, Lois, and Matilda and their increase; also one Bed, Bedstead Matress & Furniture."

1870 U.S. Census, Florida, Alachua County, Gainesville; Series: M593 Roll: ___ Page: 389:
3507 3507 YOUNG Henry P. 39 M W Planter SC
FENNEL M. A. Mrs. 35 F W Keeping house GA
-- Charles 20 M W Farm hand FL
-- Green 17 M W Farm hand FL
-- June 15 F W At home FL
-- Sallie 13 F W At home FL
-- Thomas 7 M W At home FL
-- Joseph 5 M W At home FL

1880 U.S. Census, Florida, Alachua County, ____; Series: T9 Roll: 125 Page: 96C:
255 255 YOUNG Henry W M 50 M Lawyer SC SC SC
-- Kate W F 32 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC
-- Walford W M 5 Son S FL SC SC
-- Heywood W M 2 Son S FL SC SC
ADAMSON Kate W F 19 Neice S SC NJ SC
WILEY Eliza B F 75 Servant Wd Cook SC SC SC
ANDERSEN Hetty B F 16 Servant S Nurse FL SC SC


General Notes: Wife - Kate R. MATHESON

CarolineShepardYoung
Lovick Young, Jane Daniel
Mr. Daniell, My name is Caroline Young. My father, Henry Lovic Young III, is the great-grandson of P. Henry ([s/o]Lovick Young and Jane Daniel) and Kate Matheson. I have run into a bunch of your research this week and wonder - Have you any information about the Matheson's from Kershaw County? It appears the children of Lovick may have sold Lynchwood in the1850s to root in Gainesville, FL at about the same time the Mathesons moved from Camden to set up shop there. To save my soul, I cannot find the marriage record of Philip Henry Young to Kate Matheson in either Kershaw or Alachua county records. I would be grateful for any insight you may have. Thank you, Caroline
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1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Kershaw County, Camden; Series: M653 Roll: 1221 Page: 133;
997 1032 C. MATHESON 63 M Merchant 6000 25,000 Scotland
James " 23 M clerk SC
Elizabeth " 22 F SC
Callie " 18 F SC
Kate " 13 F SC
Wm " 11 M SC

1870 U.S. Census, Florida, Alachua County, Gainesville; Series: M593 Roll: ___ Page: 4:
28 28 MATHESON James D. 34 M W Dry Goods Merchant --- 9000 SC
-- Gussie 22 F W Housekeeper SC
-- Alexander 44 M W At home SC
-- Caroline 26 F W At home SC
-- Kate R. 22 F W At home SC
McEwen E. P. 38 F W Housekeeper SC
-- Elwood 16 M W Clk Dry Goods FL
-- Lillian 2 F W At home FL
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MATHEWS




Husband MATHEWS

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     Marriage: Bef 1762



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1 M Drury MATHEWS

         Born: 19 Oct 1760
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         Died: 22 Dec 1830
       Buried:  - Mathews-King Cemetery, Greenwood County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Mourning POPE (1769-1847)
         Marr: Abt 1788


2 M Lewis MATHEWS

         Born: 1762
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         Died: 1831
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       Spouse: Elizabeth POPE (1767-1838)
         Marr: 15 Dec 1783



General Notes: Child - Drury MATHEWS

From a post by "Lee and Billie Jones" tjones@camden.net To: SCEDGEFI-L@rootsweb.com Sent: June 23, 2006 Subject: [SCEDGEFI] Re: GREG's post on Drury Matthews.
Will of Drury Matthews, written Sept 1, 1828, proved 7 Jan. 1831, Edgefield Dist, SC
I, Drury Mathews, planter, being in health of body and of sound mind and memory and understanding. I will that all my just debts and funeral expenses to be paid from the money that may be found in my possession at my death and to collect all debts due to me and apply to the same, I also wish my executors to sell my tract of land known as the Ramsey tract and to sell the two following negroes namely Isaac and Sarah and other property that I may own at my decease that is not given away, if any money is left I desire that it be equally divided among my children viz: William, John Pope, Susanna Pope and Mary Ellen to share and share alike.
I Give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Mourning Mathews the following negroes viz: Marshal, Esther, Sarah, Vinny and Martha also all stock of cattle, horses, sheep, hogs except two horses, I have willed to my dtrs. Susanna Pope and Mary Ellen also all household And Kitchen furniture, except one feather bed and furniture that I have willed to my son John Pope and one to my dtr. Susanna Pope and to Mary Ellen, also all tools and cotton gin and blacksmith tools to have and hold forever.
I also lend to my wife during the term of her natural life, twelve negroes viz: Bill, Lewis, Simpson, Phoeby, Betty, Rachel, Lydia, Harriettt, Milly, Temothy, Albert and Handy. I also lend to my wife all the residue of my land that is not willed or disposed of in this my last will, Land that is not willed or disposed of in this my will, being the land I bought from Drury Glover, the Anderson tract from James and Colbert Anderson and the tract called the Jane Anderson tract and the tract I bought from William Y. Glover containing about 1500 acres.
I give and bequeath unto my dtrs. Susanna Pope and Mary Ellen an equal share in the land I lent to my wife at her decease, to them and their heirs forever also one half of the said negros I lent to my wife at her decease. I also give to my two dtrs the following negros viz Matilda, Larkin, Henry, Patience, Clarissa, Matt, Randal, Freemon, Leonard, Caroline, Burrel, and Emeline to be divided between them at my death or their marriage, I also give my dtrs, two horses from my stock and two feather beds between them.
I lend to my beloved son William during his natural live the negro man named Primus which he has had for several years also a woman named Eliza at my decease. I appoint the Ordinary for the time being to carry this into effect as the proper agent of this clause of my last will, with full power to take bond and security if he think proper or to hire them out for the support of my son. I also lend to my son William one fourth part of the negroes that I lent to my wife after her decease. After the death of my son William I desire that the property lent to him be equally divided among his heirs.. I will and bequeath unto my son John Pope negroes Moses and Jenny which he has some years, also one feather bed and furniture.. I also lend to my son John Pope one fourth of the negroes I lent to my wife during her life time.. Should it be necessary to make an equal distributiion among my said four children, I desire them to sell the above property and divide the money. I appoint my beloved wife executrix and my brother in law John Pope and my nephew James Soloman Pope as executors also my two dtrs. Susanna Pope and Mary Ellen as executrix.. Wit: L. F. Rimer, Richard M. Todd and Albert King.. Signed Drury Mathews... Proved by the oath of Richard M. Todd this 7 Jan. 1831 and same time qualified Mourning Mathews as executrix and James S. Pope as executor. Timkins.

"...Drury, Mourning Pope, John Pope Mathews, Bud Cade Mathews, and Mary Ellen Mathews are all buried in what is called the Mathews-King Family Cemetery, Greenwood Co, SC.
From the "Greenwood South Carolina Cemetery Records, Vol I: This cemetery is nine miles southeast of Ninety Six, on highway 246 in the Cambridge Community. the Family burying ground long known as the King Cemetery although earlier it was that of Drury Mathews (1760-1830) whose homeplace was located her and who married as his second wife Mourning Pope of Edgefield County. This couple and three sons are buried here, also their daughterMary Ellen, her husband, Albert P King and many King Descendants. Her husband Albert Powhattan King....Connie" [----- Original Message ----- From: "Dr. Constance T. McNeill" <connie@wctel.net To: <scsaluda@rootsweb.com Sent: June 22, 2009 Subject: Re: [SCSALUDA] Mathews grave find please??]





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Bud Cade MATHEWS




Husband Bud Cade MATHEWS

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       Buried:  - Mathews-King Cemetery, Greenwood County, , South Carolina


       Father: Drury MATHEWS (1760-1830)
       Mother: Mourning POPE (1769-1847)





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Drury MATHEWS and Mourning POPE




Husband Drury MATHEWS

         Born: 19 Oct 1760
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         Died: 22 Dec 1830
       Buried:  - Mathews-King Cemetery, Greenwood County, South Carolina


       Father: MATHEWS (      -      )
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     Marriage: Abt 1788



Wife Mourning POPE

         Born: 9 Jun 1769 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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         Died: 20 Jan 1847
       Buried:  - Mathews-King Cemetery, Greenwood County, , South Carolina


       Father: Solomon POPE (1740-Bef 1795) 413
       Mother: Susanna DAWKINS (Abt 1749-1794) 413




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1 M William MATHEWS (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M John Pope MATHEWS

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       Buried:  - Mathews-King Cemetery, Greenwood County, , South Carolina



3 F Susannah MATHEWS (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Mary Ellen MATHEWS

         Born: 10 Aug 1809 - South Carolina
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       Buried:  - Mathews-King Cemetery, Greenwood County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Albert Powhattan KING (1804-1890)
         Marr: 1830


5 M Bud Cade MATHEWS

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General Notes: Husband - Drury MATHEWS

From a post by "Lee and Billie Jones" tjones@camden.net To: SCEDGEFI-L@rootsweb.com Sent: June 23, 2006 Subject: [SCEDGEFI] Re: GREG's post on Drury Matthews.
Will of Drury Matthews, written Sept 1, 1828, proved 7 Jan. 1831, Edgefield Dist, SC
I, Drury Mathews, planter, being in health of body and of sound mind and memory and understanding. I will that all my just debts and funeral expenses to be paid from the money that may be found in my possession at my death and to collect all debts due to me and apply to the same, I also wish my executors to sell my tract of land known as the Ramsey tract and to sell the two following negroes namely Isaac and Sarah and other property that I may own at my decease that is not given away, if any money is left I desire that it be equally divided among my children viz: William, John Pope, Susanna Pope and Mary Ellen to share and share alike.
I Give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Mourning Mathews the following negroes viz: Marshal, Esther, Sarah, Vinny and Martha also all stock of cattle, horses, sheep, hogs except two horses, I have willed to my dtrs. Susanna Pope and Mary Ellen also all household And Kitchen furniture, except one feather bed and furniture that I have willed to my son John Pope and one to my dtr. Susanna Pope and to Mary Ellen, also all tools and cotton gin and blacksmith tools to have and hold forever.
I also lend to my wife during the term of her natural life, twelve negroes viz: Bill, Lewis, Simpson, Phoeby, Betty, Rachel, Lydia, Harriettt, Milly, Temothy, Albert and Handy. I also lend to my wife all the residue of my land that is not willed or disposed of in this my last will, Land that is not willed or disposed of in this my will, being the land I bought from Drury Glover, the Anderson tract from James and Colbert Anderson and the tract called the Jane Anderson tract and the tract I bought from William Y. Glover containing about 1500 acres.
I give and bequeath unto my dtrs. Susanna Pope and Mary Ellen an equal share in the land I lent to my wife at her decease, to them and their heirs forever also one half of the said negros I lent to my wife at her decease. I also give to my two dtrs the following negros viz Matilda, Larkin, Henry, Patience, Clarissa, Matt, Randal, Freemon, Leonard, Caroline, Burrel, and Emeline to be divided between them at my death or their marriage, I also give my dtrs, two horses from my stock and two feather beds between them.
I lend to my beloved son William during his natural live the negro man named Primus which he has had for several years also a woman named Eliza at my decease. I appoint the Ordinary for the time being to carry this into effect as the proper agent of this clause of my last will, with full power to take bond and security if he think proper or to hire them out for the support of my son. I also lend to my son William one fourth part of the negroes that I lent to my wife after her decease. After the death of my son William I desire that the property lent to him be equally divided among his heirs.. I will and bequeath unto my son John Pope negroes Moses and Jenny which he has some years, also one feather bed and furniture.. I also lend to my son John Pope one fourth of the negroes I lent to my wife during her life time.. Should it be necessary to make an equal distributiion among my said four children, I desire them to sell the above property and divide the money. I appoint my beloved wife executrix and my brother in law John Pope and my nephew James Soloman Pope as executors also my two dtrs. Susanna Pope and Mary Ellen as executrix.. Wit: L. F. Rimer, Richard M. Todd and Albert King.. Signed Drury Mathews... Proved by the oath of Richard M. Todd this 7 Jan. 1831 and same time qualified Mourning Mathews as executrix and James S. Pope as executor. Timkins.

"...Drury, Mourning Pope, John Pope Mathews, Bud Cade Mathews, and Mary Ellen Mathews are all buried in what is called the Mathews-King Family Cemetery, Greenwood Co, SC.
From the "Greenwood South Carolina Cemetery Records, Vol I: This cemetery is nine miles southeast of Ninety Six, on highway 246 in the Cambridge Community. the Family burying ground long known as the King Cemetery although earlier it was that of Drury Mathews (1760-1830) whose homeplace was located her and who married as his second wife Mourning Pope of Edgefield County. This couple and three sons are buried here, also their daughterMary Ellen, her husband, Albert P King and many King Descendants. Her husband Albert Powhattan King....Connie" [----- Original Message ----- From: "Dr. Constance T. McNeill" <connie@wctel.net To: <scsaluda@rootsweb.com Sent: June 22, 2009 Subject: Re: [SCSALUDA] Mathews grave find please??]





General Notes: Wife - Mourning POPE

Named in the Will of Drury Matthews, written Sept 1, 1828, proved 7 Jan. 1831, Edgefield Dist, South Carolina.


General Notes: Child - William MATHEWS

Named in the Will of his father, Drury Matthews, written Sept 1, 1828, proved 7 Jan. 1831, Edgefield Dist, South Carolina.


General Notes: Child - John Pope MATHEWS

Named in the Will of his father, Drury Matthews, written Sept 1, 1828, proved 7 Jan. 1831, Edgefield Dist, South Carolina.


General Notes: Child - Susannah MATHEWS

Named in the Will of his father, Drury Matthews, written Sept 1, 1828, proved 7 Jan. 1831, Edgefield Dist, South Carolina.


General Notes: Child - Mary Ellen MATHEWS

Named in the Will of his father, Drury Matthews, written Sept 1, 1828, proved 7 Jan. 1831, Edgefield Dist, South Carolina.
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Elizabeth MATHEWS




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Wife Elizabeth MATHEWS 351

         Born: Abt 1904 - Georgia 351
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       Father: Walter MATHEWS (Abt 1774-      ) 351
       Mother: Lena SPETH (1883-      ) 350,351




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Eugene MATHEWS




Husband Eugene MATHEWS 351

         Born: Abt 1906 - Georgia 351
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       Father: Walter MATHEWS (Abt 1774-      ) 351
       Mother: Lena SPETH (1883-      ) 350,351





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Eunice Rebecca MATHEWS




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Wife Eunice Rebecca MATHEWS

         Born: 6 Oct 1844 - Wilcox County, Alabama
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       Buried:  - Old Canton Cemetery


       Father: William Thomas MATHEWS, Sr. (1805-1884)
       Mother: Dorothy HANDLEY (1807-1844)




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General Notes: Wife - Eunice Rebecca MATHEWS

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). EUNICE REBECCA MATHEWS INFANT DAUGHTER OF WM T & DOROTHY MATHEWS BORN OCT 6, 1844 DIED JUN 15, 1845.
"If you look at Dorothy Mathew's death date (Oct 19,1844), she probably died from birth complications when delivering Eunice Mathews. Then Eunice died a short while later. These marker inscriptions were copied when family memebers visited Wilcox County." (Linda Marsh Stivers, email, 3/28/2005)


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John Pope MATHEWS




Husband John Pope MATHEWS

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       Buried:  - Mathews-King Cemetery, Greenwood County, , South Carolina


       Father: Drury MATHEWS (1760-1830)
       Mother: Mourning POPE (1769-1847)





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General Notes: Husband - John Pope MATHEWS

Named in the Will of his father, Drury Matthews, written Sept 1, 1828, proved 7 Jan. 1831, Edgefield Dist, South Carolina.
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Lewis MATHEWS and Elizabeth POPE




Husband Lewis MATHEWS

         Born: 1762
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         Died: 1831
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       Father: MATHEWS (      -      )
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     Marriage: 15 Dec 1783



Wife Elizabeth POPE

         Born: 13 Sep 1767 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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         Died: 30 Oct 1838 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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       Father: Solomon POPE (1740-Bef 1795) 413
       Mother: Susanna DAWKINS (Abt 1749-1794) 413




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Susannah MATHEWS




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Wife Susannah MATHEWS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Drury MATHEWS (1760-1830)
       Mother: Mourning POPE (1769-1847)




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General Notes: Wife - Susannah MATHEWS

Named in the Will of his father, Drury Matthews, written Sept 1, 1828, proved 7 Jan. 1831, Edgefield Dist, South Carolina.
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Walter MATHEWS and Lena SPETH




Husband Walter MATHEWS 351

         Born: Abt 1774 - Georgia 351
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     Marriage: Abt 1903



Wife Lena SPETH 350,351

         Born: Feb 1883 - Georgia 350
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       Father: Gustavus SPETH (Abt 1837-      ) 349
       Mother: Catherine (1845-      ) 349




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1 F Elizabeth MATHEWS 351

         Born: Abt 1904 - Georgia 351
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2 M Eugene MATHEWS 351

         Born: Abt 1906 - Georgia 351
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William MATHEWS




Husband William MATHEWS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Drury MATHEWS (1760-1830)
       Mother: Mourning POPE (1769-1847)





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General Notes: Husband - William MATHEWS

Named in the Will of his father, Drury Matthews, written Sept 1, 1828, proved 7 Jan. 1831, Edgefield Dist, South Carolina.
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Andy MATHIS and Judy ROBERTS




Husband Andy MATHIS (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Judy ROBERTS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Julian John ROBERTS (1921-1997)
       Mother: Juanita CRISWELL (1925-2010)




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General Notes: Wife - Judy ROBERTS

Judy Mathis (Andy) of Tennille are named as a surviving daughter and spouse in the June 2010 obituary of Juanita Criswell Roberts.

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Joseph Reese TUCKER and Mary MATHIS




Husband Joseph Reese TUCKER

         Born: 18 Feb 1795 - South Carolina
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       Father: John Robert TUCKER (1768-1816) 2852,2853
       Mother: Ann REESE (1771-1846) 472,2852


     Marriage: 13 Nov 1817 - Washington County, Georgia 301



Wife Mary MATHIS 301

         Born: 1799
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1 M John R. TUCKER

         Born: 1821 - Georgia
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       Spouse: Mary Ann COX (1826-1860)
         Marr: Bef 1859


2 F Anna Jane TUCKER 301

         Born: 1210-1818 - Baldwin County, Georgia 301
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General Notes: Child - John R. TUCKER

1870 U.S. Census, Texas, Rusk County, Henderson P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1603 Page: 375:
490 502 TUCKER John 40 M W Physician & farmer GA
-- Araminta 34 F W Keeping house GA;
-- Mary 15 F W At home GA;
-- Charles 12 M W At Home GA;
-- John 10 M W At home GA;
-- Mattie 7 F W At home GA;
-- Ida 4 F W At home GA;
SCOTT Charles B 18 M W Works on farm GA.
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491 503 BEALL John A. 34 M W Ret dealer & farmer 1000 4000 AL;
-- Anna 19 F W Keeping house GA;
-- Mattie 4 F W At home TX;
-- Lizzie 2 F W At home TX;
-- Mary 56 F W At home GA;
PETERSON Letitia 40 F B Cook VA;
BEALL Crawford 11 M B Waiting boy TX;
-- Stephen 110 M B Unable to do anything GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Texas, Rusk County, Overton; Series: T9 Roll: 1325 Page: 50:
3 3 TUCKER Jno R. W M 49 M Druggist GA SC GA;
-- Sarah E. W F 46 M Keeping house GA GA GA;
-- Chas. J. W M 22 S Clk in store GA GA GA;
-- Jno W. W M 20 S Clk in store GA GA GA;
-- Mattie W F 16 S At school GA GA GA;
-- Ida W F 14 S At school GA GA GA;
-- Robt W M 9 TX GA GA;
-- Willie W F 6 TX GA GA;
-- Julia W F 2 TX GA GA.

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1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Smith County, Pct 2; 2 J-Pct; Series: T623 Roll: 1669 Page: 187:
243 243 TUCKER John W. Head W M May 1862 Wd GA GA GA Farmer;
-- Charley J. Brother W M Oct 1859 40 S GA GA GA Farm laborer;
-- Mattie A. Sister W F Mar 1869 31 S GA GA GA;
-- Ida M. Sister W F June 1872 28 S TX GA GA.
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Daughter?
Hattie [sic, Mattie?] A. TUCKER, daughter of John Robert TUCKER and Sarah BUTTS, was born 27 Jul 1863 in Georgia, died 26 May 1940 in Terrell, Kaufman County, Texas at age 76 years 9 months 29 days. She was single. Her parents were both born in Georgia. She was a resident of Smith County, Texas. She was buried in Winana, Texas on 27 May 1940. ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J69S-7WG : accessed 6 July 2012), John Robert Tucker in entry for Hattie A. Tucker, 1940.]
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Julia T. CURTIS, daughter of J. R. TUCKER and S. E. A. BUTTS, was born 30 Oct 1877 in Overton, Texas and died 24 Mar 1910 in Tyler, Smith, Texas. Her parents were born in Georgia. Julia was married, husband not named, and a resident of Dawson Hill. She was buried in Liberty Hill Cemetery on 26 March 1910. "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDVK-QXP : accessed 6 July 2012), J. R. Tucker in entry for Julia T. Curtis, 1910.
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Lt James Jackson SUTTLE, CSA and Mary Angeline MATHIS




Husband Lt James Jackson SUTTLE, CSA

         Born: Abt 1832 - North Carolina
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         Died: 20 Oct 1913 - Fisher County, Texas
       Buried:  - Abilene Municipal Cemetery, Taylor County, Texas
     Marriage: 20 Feb 1856



Wife Mary Angeline MATHIS

         Born: 19 Sep 1836 - Walker County, Georgia
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         Died: 24 Sep 1916 - Taylor County, Texas
       Buried:  - Abilene Municipal Cemetery, Taylor County, Texas


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1 F Florence M. SUTTLE

         Born: 5 Dec 1854 - Georgia
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         Died: 27 Nov 1941 - Dallas County, Texas
       Buried: 29 Nov 1941 - Oak Grove Memorial Gardens, Dallas County, Texas
       Spouse: William Dent EARLY (1851-1941)
         Marr: 16 Dec 1875 - Falls County, Texas



General Notes: Husband - Lt James Jackson SUTTLE, CSA

"United States Census, 1860," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MZMW-TV3 : accessed 28 Jan 2014), Florence M Suttles in entry for James J Suttles, 1860. Affiliate Name:The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Affiliate Publication Number M653. Dalton Ga, Whitfield, Georgia. Page 45. Household ID 334.
James J. Suttles M 28 NC
Mary Suttles F 24 GA
Florence M. Suttles F 4 GA
Marcus W. Suttles M 1 GA
Nancy Davis F 19 NC

Military Service: James J. Suttle, Confederate, 36th Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Broyles'), Company C, Beginning rank: First Sergeant, Final Rank: Second Lieutenant. ["United States Civil War Soldiers Index, 1861-1865," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F9XY-ZTT : accessed 02 Feb 2014), James J Suttle, 1861-1865.]

"United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MC31-25K : accessed 28 Jan 2014), Florence M Suttle in household of James J Suttle, Georgia, United States; citing p. 173, family 1267, NARA microfilm publication M593, Walker County, Subdivision 128
1300 1267 SUTTLE James J. 38 M W Works in grist and flouring mill --- 760 NC;
-- Mary A. 33 F W Keeping house GA;
-- Florence M. 13 F W Attending school GA;
MATHIS Miles W. 23 M W Works in grist and flouring mill GA;
-- Samuel 16 M B Common day laborer GA.
[Miles W. Mathis was Mary A.'s brother. RLD]

"United States Census, 1880," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MFNB-H44 : accessed 29 Jan 2014), M. A. Suttle in household of J. J. Suttle, Kosse, Limestone, Texas, United States; citing sheet 333D, family 1, NARA microfilm publication T9-1317.
J. J. Suttle Self M 47 North Carolina NC NC
M. A. Suttle Wife F 42 Georgia GA GA
Sam Howard None M 20 Texas AL AL

"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M23Z-NT1 : accessed 29 Jan 2014), Mary A Suttle in household of J J Suttle, Abilene Ward 2, Taylor, Texas, United States; citing sheet12B , family 257, NARA microfilm publication T624, FHL microfilm 1375606. District 265. Affiliate Publication Number M1283.
J J Suttle Head M 78 North Carolina
Mary A Suttle Wife F 33 Georgia GA GA
George Waker Boarder M 35 Texas
Mamie Waker Boarder F 9 Texas
Ella Waker Boarder F 6 Texas

James J. Suttle, Callahan County, Texas, filed Confederate Pension Application number 19946, "Rejected"; Mrs. M. A. Suttle filed Confederate Widow Pension Application 29729, Taylor County, Texas, citing James Jackson Suttle Application number 19946.

James Jackson Suttle is buried in Masonic Section - 30/10/1, Abilene Municipal Cemetery, Abilene, Taylor County, Texas. Find A Grave Memorial# 21584889.


General Notes: Wife - Mary Angeline MATHIS

Mary Angeline Mathis was a daughter of William Ignatius Mathis and Martha Whitlow. The family is listed as Mathews in the 1850 census.
"United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MZYF-M5W : accessed 02 Feb 2014), Angeline Mathews in household of William Mathews, West Chickamauga, Walker, Georgia, United States; citing dwelling 1551, family 1551, NARA microfilm publication M432, roll 85.
William Mathews 37 M Farmer GA
Martha " 33 F GA
Angeline " 13 F GA
Martha " 9 F GAa
William " 7 M GA
Miles " 4 GA
Elijah " 1 M GA
John M. Glenn 25 M GA

In 1860, Mary Angeline, married to James Joseph Suttle, resided in Whitfield County, Georgia. Her parents resided in Pond Springs, Walker County, Georgia. Series: M653 Roll: Page 130. Pond Spring District, Walker, Georgia. Household ID 872.
"United States Census, 1860," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MZM2-MHD : accessed 29 Jan 2014), Martha Mathis in entry for Wm J Mathis, 1860.
Wm J Mathis M 57 Ga
Martha Mathis F 44 Ga
William B Mathis M 16 Ga
Miles W Mathis M 13 Ga
Elijah K Mathis M 11 Ga
John M Mathis M 7 Ga
James B Mathis M 5 Ga
Tebitha Mathis F 3 Ga
Michael Hester M 40 NC

Mary Angeline "Bailey" Suttle is buried in Abilene Municipal Cemetery, Abilene, Taylor County, Texas. Find A Grave Memorial# 33291003 lists Mary's birth on Sep. 19, 1836 in Pond Spring, Walker County, Georgia, and her death on Sep. 24, 1916 in Abilene, Taylor County. It also lists her husband, James Jackson Suttle (____ - 1913) and her parents as William Ignatius Mathis (1812 - 1890) and Martha Whitlow Mathis (1817 - 1874).
NOTE: Maiden name listed as "Bailey", but her parents are William Ignatius Mathis and Martha Whitlow Mathis.

Find A Grave Memorial# 14970687 for Mary Angeline's father, William Ignatius Mathis, maintained by Epictetus, and acessed 2/1/2014 by RLD, contains this short biography for Mary Angeline and a wealth of researched information, some extracted below.

"1. MARY ANGELINE "ANGIE" MATHIS, b. 19 Sept., 1836, Pond Spring, Walker Co., Ga. Mar. James Jackson Suttle 20 Feb. 1856. J.J. Jackson service C Co., 36th Georgia as a First Lieutenant, from Sept. 1861 until discharge Appomattox, VA April, 1865. Ran flour and grist mill after the War in Pond Spring, Ga. Moved to Texas with her father and other family members in October, 1873. Had 9 children. Several died in infancy. J.J. Suttle applied for Confederate pension 2 Feb 1911, Abilene, Taylor Co., TX. He d. 20 Oct 1913. Angie Suttle d. 24 Sept 1916. Both bur. Abilene Municipal Cemetery, Taylor Co., TX."

Last Will and Testament of William I. Mathis presented by J.B. Mathis. Heirs at law:
Wife: Mary O. Mathis
"My children": Mary Angeline Suttle, Martha Eubanks, Miles W. Mathis, Elijah K. Mathis, J. M. Mathis, James B. Mathis, and to grandchild Ora Mathis, daughter of W.B. Mathis.
LWT /s/ W.I. Mathis
October 2nd, 1888
Witnesses:
Elisha Hall
A.J. Rich
Continuance of Item # 653, March 23rd, 1891:
Estate of Ora Mathis, a minor, as heir of William I. Mathis; grandchild Ora Mathis, minor, resides in Chattanooga, Tenn. Statement that Ora Mathis is heir-at-law to the estate of William I. Mathis, deceased, along with the other heirs being:
Mary Angeline Suttle, who resides in Taylor County, Texas, Martha Eubanks, who resides in the State of Georgia, Miles W. Mathis, who resides in Taylor County, Texas, Elijah K. Mathis, who is a resident of the State of Georgia, J.M. Mathis, a resident of Taylor County, Texas, James B. Mathis, a resident of Limestone County, Texas.

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Notes for Mary Angeline's mother, Martha Whitlow's family:

Miles W. Whitlow, (1811-1885), was the son of Bolden Whitlow. His first wife Emily Gholson, died in 1846 leaving five children, Eleanor, Alima, Nancy, Martha Jane. and John, his second wife being Elizabeth A. Woods (1821-1898. He has six sisters, [not named] who married, respectively, James Bonds, Archie Bonds, Henry Boss, Avery Camp, Billy Mathis, and William Bailey, all of whom lived , at that time, in the Cove, and whose descendants are, many of them, still residents of that section. [History of Walker County, Georgia, James Alfred Sartain, 1932, page 468]


General Notes: Child - Florence M. SUTTLE

"United States Census, 1860," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MZMW-TV3 : accessed 28 Jan 2014), Florence M Suttles in entry for James J Suttles, 1860. Affiliate Name:The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Affiliate Publication Number M653. Dalton Ga, Whitfield, Georgia. Page 45. Household ID 334.
James J. Suttles M 28 NC
Mary Suttles F 24 GA
Florence M. Suttles F 4 GA
Marcus W. Suttles M 1 GA
Nancy Davis F 19 NC

James J Suttle, 1862. 36th (Broyles') Infantry. Affiliate Publication Title: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Georgia. ["Georgia, Civil War Service Records of Confederate Soldiers, 1861-1865," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XFZV-85J : accessed 28 Jan 2014), James J Suttle, 1862.]

"United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MC31-25K : accessed 28 Jan 2014), Florence M Suttle in household of James J Suttle, Georgia, United States; citing p. 173, family 1267, NARA microfilm publication M593, Walker County, Subdivision 128
1300 1267 SUTTLE James J. 38 M W Works in grist and flouring mill --- 760 NC;
-- Mary A. 33 F W Keeping house GA;
-- Florence M. 13 F W Attending school GA;
MATHIS Miles W. 23 M W Works in grist and flouring mill GA;
-- Samuel 16 M B Common day laborer GA.

On 16 December 1875, Florence M. Suttle married William D. Early in Falls County, Texas. The marriage record at FamilySearch. org lists her surname as "Swette", a misread of Suttle?

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MHTP-HGH : accessed 28 Jan 2014), J Bertha Early in household of Florence Early, San Antonio Ward 8, Bexar, Texas, United States; citing sheet 11B, family 280, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1821780.
Florence Early Head W F 63 Married Georgia NC GA
J. Bertha Early Dau W F 24 Single Texas TX GA

Obituary: Mrs. Florence Early, 86, died at local hospital Thursday morning. Residence Route 1, Irving. Survived by one daughter, Mrs, Micajah Woods of Irving; two sons, James E. Early, Miles J. Early; six grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, one great-great-granddaughter. services at Leach Funeral Chapel, Saturday 4:30 p.m. with rev. Robert S. McKee officiating. interment in Oak Grove Burial Park, Irving. [The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Texas, Saturday, November 29, 1941, Section II, Page 5]

Florence M. Early, born 5 December 1854 in Georgia, died 27 November 1941 in Dallas [sic, Irving. RLD], Dallas County, Texas. She was a widow. Father's Name:Miles D. Early[*]. Informant was M. Woods of Irving, Texas. Interment in Oak Grove Memorial Park, Irving, Texas. ["Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K394-8RK : accessed 27 Jan 2014), Florence M Early, 27 Nov 1941; citing certificate number 49700, State Registrar Office, Austin; FHL microfilm 2138748.]
[*Maiden name on her marriage record was "F. M. Swette." She married Willam D. Early. Her son was Miles Jefferson Early. Names appear to have been confused in this record. M. Woods was Florence's son-in-law. RLD]

Florence M. is buried in Oak Grove Memorial Gardens, Garden A, Block 13, Lot 27, space 4. Find A Grave Memorial#124231810.

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John R. TUCKER and Mary R. MATHIS




Husband John R. TUCKER 301

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       Father: John Robert TUCKER (1768-1816) 2852,2853
       Mother: Ann REESE (1771-1846) 472,2852


     Marriage: 10 Nov 1824 301



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1818 Marriages Georgia Greene Daniel, Mary married John Tucker, December 31, 1818.

1850 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, 91 Division; Series: M432 Roll: 87 Page: 218:
210 210 John R. TUCKER 48 M Farmer 7000 SC;
Mary R. " 43 F GA;
Martha P. " 20 F GA;
John R. " 18 M Farmer GA;
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Eliza R TUCKER 16 F GA;
Rebecca C. " 14 F GA;
Eugenia L. " 12 F GA;
Thomas M. " 11 M GA;
Daniel M. " 8 M GA;
Dorothy C. " 6 F GA;
Julia F. " 3 F GA;
Tully GRAYBILL 29 M MD GA;
Anna B. " 22 F GA;
Mary J. " 3 F GA;
Nancy E. " 2 F GA;
John M. " 1/12 M GA;
Sally McLaughlin 65 F Mu SC;
Jared McLaughlin 35 M B GA.

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, Sandersville P O; Series: M653 Roll: 140 Page: 210:
388 380 John R. TUCKER 59 M Farmer 20,000 41.600 SC;
Mary R. " 53 F GA;
Thomas M. " 20 M Overseer GA;
McBride " 18 M GA;
Dorothy C. " 15 F GA;
Julia F. " 13 F GA;
Michael R. GRAYBILL 15 M GA;
Eugene K. " 12 M GA

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Washington County, 90 District; Series: T9 Roll: 170 Page: 207:
-- 83 TUCKER John W M 73 Wd Farmer SC SC SC;
-- Mac W M 36 Son S F laborer GA SC SC;
BLUNT Martha W F 41 Dau Wd House keeper GA SC SC;
MACY John W M 26 GrSon M Farmer GA GA GA;
-- Minta W F 17 GrDau M Keeping house GA GA GA;
-- Afpenius[?] W M 2 Gson S GA GA GA

pg. 57: "On the 7th inst. at the residence of John R. TUCKER in Washington County, Mr. Conrad KELLER in his 84th year. He was a native of South Carolina, and was one of the last heros of the Revolution; he served in the whole of the war. Came to Georgia many years ago, and continued until his death to reside in the family with whom he lived. He was a quiet, orderly citizen. Apr. 16, 1839." (THE SOUTHERN RECORDER, 1823-1844)

Same John R. TUCKER? - "Wednesday, December 11, 1867 LEGAL NOTICES. Washington County: Reuben Mayo, Sheriff, files to sell property of Richard Rains to satisfy a fi fa in favor of James H. Gilmore. Land adjoins M. Bland, J.R. Tucker and others." (WASHINGTON COUNTY, GEORGIA, NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS. Volume II and III, 1867-1880 and 1881-1889)

"Thursday, October 30, 1884: DIED. Judge John R. Tucker, a highly respected and venerable citizen, died at his residence near Oconee on Sunday night, about 84 years of age. He was a man of large means, and liberal views, and for several years served as Judge of the Interior Court. He had been in declining health for several years previous to his death." (WASHINGTON COUNTY, GEORGIA, NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS. Volume II and III, 1867-1880 and 1881-1889)
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Andrew Stephen MATSON




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Anna MATSON




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Wife Anna MATSON 2274

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       Father: Mats MATSON (1842-1934)
       Mother: Anna ANDERSDOTTER (1838-1900)




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General Notes: Wife - Anna MATSON

1910 U.S. Census, Missouri, Jackson County, Ward 4, Kansas City; Series: T624 Roll: 785 Page: 227: Line 90 3137 17 20 MATSON Mats Brother-in-law M W 37 M Sweden Sweden Sweden Carpenter Finisher. [Mats is without his family and resides in the household of his sister Anna, 47, and family. Her husband's name is difficult to read, indexed as Eric DALME.]
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Carmen Danielle MATSON




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       Father: Neil Andrew MATSON, M. E. E.
       Mother: Jill Christine DANIELL, M.E.




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Elaine Lenora MATSON




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Wife Elaine Lenora MATSON 2272

         Born: 17 Sep 1941 - Kansas City, Missouri
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       Buried:  - Floral Hills Funeral Home and Cemetery


       Father: Andrew Werner MATSON (1899-1975) 2272
       Mother: Ethel Christine CARLSTROM (1908-1992) 868,2767




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Mats MATSON and Karin OLSDOTTER




Husband Mats MATSON 2272

          AKA: Hanses Mats MATSSON,2273 Mats MATSSON
         Born: 6 Sep 1874 - Smedby, Darlarne, Sweden 2273
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       Buried:  - Floral Hills Funeral Home and Cemetery


       Father: Mats MATSON (1842-1934)
       Mother: Anna ANDERSDOTTER (1838-1900)


     Marriage: 27 Jun 1896 2272



Wife Karin OLSDOTTER 2272,2273

          AKA: Carrie O. MATSON 3036
         Born: 22 Feb 1870 - Sweden 2273
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       Buried:  - Floral Hills Funeral Home and Cemetery


       Father: Olaf OLSSON (1830-1908) 2272
       Mother: Brita HANSDOTTER (1833-1897) 2272




Children
1 M Andrew Werner MATSON 2272

          AKA: Anders Verner MATSSON 2273
         Born: 26 Nov 1899 - Garde, Leksand, Kopparbergs lan, Sverige 2273
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         Died: 4 Apr 1975 - Jackson County, Missouri 2272
       Buried:  - Floral Hills Funeral Home and Cemetery
       Spouse: Ethel Christine CARLSTROM (1908-1992) 868,2767
         Marr: 22 Jun 1935 2272


2 M Claus Nicholas MATSON 2272,3036

          AKA: Klaus Nicholas MATSON 2272
         Born: 6 Dec 1901 - Haradsbygden, Garde, Leksand, Dalarns, Sweden 241,3036
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         Died: 15 May 1977 - Jackson County, Missouri 241,2272
       Buried:  - Floral Hills Funeral Home and Cemetery
       Spouse: Vera BORGESON (1905-1979) 2272
         Marr: 25 Jun 1924 2272


3 F Anna Linnea MATSON 2272,3036

         Born: 7 Apr 1904 - Haradsbygden, Garde, Leksand, Dalarns, Sweden 3036
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         Died: 4 Mar 1981 2272
       Buried:  - Floral Hills Funeral Home and Cemetery 4834
       Spouse: Edward Bernard LUNDGREN (1898-1946) 2272
         Marr: 20 Jun 1925 2272



General Notes: Husband - Mats MATSON

Immigrated through Ellis Island.

1910 U.S. Census, Missouri, Jackson County, Ward 4, Kansas City; Series: T624 Roll: 785 Page: 227: Line 90 3137 17 20 MATSON Mats Brother-in-law M W 37 M Sweden Sweden Sweden Carpenter Finisher. [Mats' wife and children are in Sweden. He resides in the household of his sister Anna, 47, and family. Her husband's name is difficult to read, indexed as Eric DALME.

Mats' family emigrated from Sweden aboard the Meglantic, leaving Liverpool, England on 28 Oct 1911, arriving in the United States on 5 November 1911. They joined Mats in Kansas City, Missouri.

1920 U.S. Census, Missouri, Jackson County, Ward 4, Kansas City; Series: T625 Roll: 925 Page: 152:
1516 204 200 MATSON Mats Head M W 45 6 Sep 1874 M 1901 Na 1906[?] Sweden Sweden Sweden Carpenter Shop;
-- Carie Wife F W 49 M 1901 Na Sweden Sweden Sweden;
[next page, 153]
MATSON Andrew Son M W 20 S 1901 Pa Sweden Sweden Sweden [Illegible] Truck Tailor[?];
-- Claus Son M W 18 S 1901 Pa Sweden Sweden Sweden Driver Truck;
-- Anna Dau F W 15 S 1901* Na MO Sweden Sweden.
*This entry makes no sense if born in Missouri in 1904. RLD

On 14 April, 1961, Mats Matson had this hand written letter notarized:
"This is to certify that: my daughter, Mrs. Annie Matson Lundren was born April 7 - 1904 - in Haradsbygden, Garde, Leksand, Dalarns, Sweden.
In Oct. 1911 - she emigrated to the United States of America, with me, her mother (Mrs. Carrie O. Matson) her brothers, Andrew W. Matson (born Nov. 26, 1899) and Claus N. Matson (born Dec 6, 1901) all from the same location in Sweden, and the whole family settled in Kansas City, Missouri, (arriving Nov. 8, 1911)
I became a naturalized citizen July 1 -1912 - Certificate of Naturalization #285155 (having filed first in 1906 - in my first residency in Kansas City, Mo.) and by virtue of my citizenship - my wife and children became citizens.
Signed this 14th day of April, 1961
Mats Matson"
STATE OF KANSAS )
COUNTY OF JOHNSON )
"Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of April, 1961.
Milton A. Abrams
Notary Public"


General Notes: Child - Andrew Werner MATSON

On 5 November 1911, Anders MATTSON [sic], with his mother, brother and sister, immigrated to the United States from Sweden on board the Megantic which departed Liverpool, England on 28 October 1911. His "INSPECTION CARD" was stamped this date by the Public Health and Marine Hospital Service. They joined his father in Kansas City, Missouri.

"ANDREW MATSON 26 Nov 1899 Apr 1975 64111 (Kansas City, Jackson, MO) (none specified) 486-10-1373 Missouri" [SSDI]


General Notes: Child - Claus Nicholas MATSON

"CLAUS MATSON 06 Dec 1901 May 1977 75 64111 (Kansas City, Jackson, MO) (none specified) Missouri 487-03-6456" [SSDI]
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Matthew Christian MATSON




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Anders MATSSON




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         Born: 1781 - Sweden 2272
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Per MATSSON




Husband Per MATSSON 2272

         Born: 1706 - Sweden 2272
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       Father: Mats PERSSON (1683-1767) 2272
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Frank Edwin SULLIVAN and Amzie Daniel MATTHEWS




Husband Frank Edwin SULLIVAN

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


     Marriage: 23 Mar 1946 - Sumter County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Montene Suzanne SCHOEN (1934-2008) - 24 Dec 1997 - Brevard County, Florida



Wife Amzie Daniel MATTHEWS

          AKA: Amelia D. SULLIVAN
         Born: 30 Dec 1923 - Georgia
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1 F Amzie Kyran SULLIVAN

         Born: 2 Mar 1947 - Montgomery County, Maryland
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         Died: 21 Jul 2007 - Greene County, Virginia
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       Spouse: James A. NATALIE (living)
       Spouse: David M. BROWN (1948-2015)


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General Notes: Husband - Frank Edwin SULLIVAN

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


General Notes: Wife - Amzie Daniel MATTHEWS

"United States Census, 1930", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:3CKK-VN2 : accessed 22 December 2015), Amzie D Mathews Jr. in entry for Mrs. J N Daniel, 1930.
Mrs. J N [sic, H?] Daniel Head F 79 Wd GA GA GA None
Amzie D Mathews [sic] Dau F 43 M 33 GA GA GA None
Bettie Sue Mathews GrDau F 8 S GA GA GA
Amzie D Mathews Jr. GrDau F 7 S GA GA GA
Cary I Daniel Son M 40 S GA GA GA Farmer General farm

"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K7PK-QLF : accessed 21 December 2015), Amzie D Matthews in household of Amzie D Matthews, Americus, Militia District 789, Sumter, Georgia, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 129-14, sheet 8A, family 169, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 710.
524 Barlow St
Amzie D. Matthews Head F 55 Wd GA Nurse City schools
Betty Sue Matthews Dau F 17 S GA
Amzie D. Matthews Dau F 16 S GA Clerical work Public school
On 1 April 1935, this family resided in rural Sumter County, Georgia.

Americus Sept. 12 -. The marriage of Miss Betty Sue Matthews to Staff Sergeant Clinton Kenneth Reynolds of Fort Benning, formerly of Palmetto, Fla., was solemnized Friday evening, Sept. 11, in the pastor's study of the First Baptist church... The bride's sister, Miss Amzie Matthews, was maid-of-honor... The bride wore an antique diamond and pearl brooch which belonged to her grandmother, the late Mrs. J. H. Daniel... The bride is the older daughter of Mrs. Amzie Daniel Matthews and the late J. S. Matthews.

Mrs. J. S. Matthews and daughter, Miss Amzie Matthews, of Americus, have been visiting Mrs. Matthews' sister, Mrs. T. M. Everett, 346 Hardeman Avenue. Miss Matthews left Sunday for Hawaii, where she is to be a civilian employe [sic] with the Air Service Command. [The Macon Telegraph, Macon, Georgia, Tuesday, October 31, 1944, Page 6.]

Amzie Daniel Matthews, age 23, married Frank Edwin Sullivan 2 March 1947 in Americus, Sumter County, Georgia.

Amzie M Sullivan, born 30 December 1923, died 14 April 1987 in Brevard County, Florida at age 63. ["Florida Death Index, 1877-1998,"]

Amzie Sullivan, born Sunday, December 30, 1923, died in April 1987 at age 63 years, 3 months. Her last known residence was in Satellite Beach; Indian Harbor Beach; Melbourne, Brevard County, Florida 32937. Her social security number was issued in Georgia. [Social Security Death Index (SSDI)]


Notes: Marriage

There are two newspaper references for the marriage of Frank Edwin Sullivan and Amzie Daniel Matthews in Sumter County, Georgia. One lists her as "Annie." Amzie was misread as "Annie" on a transcription of the 1900 census. RLD.
Area Newspaper Reports of Weddings 1919 - 2002
Alphabetized by Bride's Last Name
Sullivan, Frank Edwin Matthews, Amzie 27 Mar 1946 Sumter Amer TR 27 Mar 1946.
Sullivan, Frank Edwin Matthews, Annie Daniel 23 Mar 1946 Sumter TCN 4 Apr 1946.
[http://www.sumtercountyhistory.com/marriage/area_newspapers/1919-2002/brides1919-2002M.htm]


General Notes: Child - Amzie Kyran SULLIVAN

Amzie K. Sullivan married twice, first, James A. Natalie (1946- ) and then David M Brown (1949- ). With the second she had two children: Kelly and Jordan. [Mike Sullivan]

Amzi [sic] and James A. Natalie married in Massachusetts in May 1968 and divorced on 31 March 1976 in Middlesex County, Connecticut. There were no children.
[Connecticut, Divorce Index, 1968-1997]

Amzie S. Brown, born 2 March 1947, resided in Bloomfield, Connecticut, 1981- 2000; Meriden, Connecticut, 1993-2000; Dyke, Virginia, 2000-2004. Possible Relatives: David M. Brown, Donna B, Crawford, Travis S. Brown. Record Number 29615577. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KG8Q-GXY : accessed 23 December 2015), Amzie S Brown, Residence, Dyke, Virginia, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]

Amzie K. Sullivan, born 2 March 1947 in Bethesda, Maryland, died 21 July 2007 in Greene County, Virginia. Her social security number was issued in Maryland. [U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007]
Notes:
May 1962: Name listed as AMZIE SULLIVAN;
Jun 1968: Name listed as AMZIE SULLIVAN NATALIE JR;
08 May 1978: Name listed as AMZIE S BROWN;
24 Jan 2003: Name listed as AMZIE KYRAN HEARTWOOD SULLIVAN;
24 Jul 2007: Name listed as AMZIE K SULLIVAN.


General Notes: Child - Roy Timothy SULLIVAN

Roy Timothy Sullivan was born 17 October 1950 in Quantico, Virginia. [Blakeney Family Genealogy, from Mike Sullivan]

Roy Timothy Sullivan, born 17 October 1950 resided in Arnold, Maryland, 1990; Marathon, Florida, 1996-2004; Centreville, Virginia, 1998-2001; Manassas, Virginia, 2001. Possible Relatives: Frank Edwin Sullivan, Frank Sullivan, Kelly A Silliman [sic], Montene Suzanne Sullivan, Montie Sullivan, Tim Sullivan. Record Number 145223461. ["United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KTZM-3D1 : accessed 29 December 2015), R Sullivan, Residence, Manassas, Virginia, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.]
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Capt. Arthur SIMKINS and Margaret MATTHEWS




Husband Capt. Arthur SIMKINS 4863

         Born: 10 Dec 1742
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         Died: 29 Sep 1826
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Wife Margaret MATTHEWS

         Born: 1737
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         Died: 28 Mar 1809 4863
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Children
1 M William SIMKINS 4863

         Born: 23 May 1764 - Virginia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1830 - South Carolina
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       Spouse: Winifred VARDELL (1764-      ) 4863



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Fnu MATTOX and Elizabeth MAUGHON




Husband Fnu MATTOX (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Elizabeth MAUGHON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: William MAUGHON (      -Bef 1834)
       Mother: Ellen Emeline MITCHELL (Abt 1812-1837)




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MSgt Frank Edward MATTSON, USAF, WWII, Korea, Vietnam and Arleen Marie ROSZEK




Husband MSgt Frank Edward MATTSON, USAF, WWII, Korea, Vietnam 241

         Born: 13 Aug 1921 - Lincoln County, Wisconsin 241
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         Died: 20 Jul 1999 - Marathon County, Wisconsin 241
       Buried:  - Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, California.


       Father: Frank MATTSON (Abt 1890-Abt 1962)
       Mother: Alma CHILSON (Abt 1904-1969)


     Marriage: Abt 1942



Wife Arleen Marie ROSZEK 241

         Born: 9 Oct 1924 - Cook County, Illinois 241
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         Died: 15 Feb 1988 - Tehama County, California 241,1901
       Buried:  - Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, California.


       Father: Albert ROSZEK (1899-1982)
       Mother: Cora Rebecca Joanna VAN OOSTERHOUT (1904-1991)




Children
1 F Patricia Arleen MATTSON (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M Peter MATTSON (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Michael MATTSON (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Jeanne MATTSON (details suppressed for this person)

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5 M Mark MATTSON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - MSgt Frank Edward MATTSON, USAF, WWII, Korea, Vietnam

Frank Edward Mattson was born in Merrill, Lincoln County, Wisconsin

"FRANK E MATTSON 13 Aug 1921 20 Jul 1999 (V) 54403 (Wausau, Marathon, WI ) (none specified) 391-18-2329 Wisconsin" (SSDI)

Frank is buried in Plot X, 0, 5352-A, Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, San Mateo County, California. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 960636:

FRANK E
MATTSON
MSG US AIR FORCE
WORLD WAR II
KOREA
VIETNAM
AUG 13 1921
JUL 20 1999
PURPLE HEART


General Notes: Wife - Arleen Marie ROSZEK

Aeleen Marie Roszek married Frank Edward Mattson.

"Arlene died in Red Bluff at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, ..." [Kathleen Marie Daniell]

"... my mother, Arleen Marie Roszek... is actually buried at the Golden Gate National Cemetery in San Bruno, CA. She is buried together with the urn of my father, Frank Edward Mattson. Arleen's date of death is ... 2/15/1988... I am very happy to know that you are keeping their memory alive." [Mark Mattson, April 30, 2009]

The Social Security Death Index provides an alternate date of death:
"ARLEEN M MATTSON 09 Oct 1924 22 Feb 1988 96080 (Red Bluff, Tehama, CA ) (none specified) 349-18-7141 Illinois"

Arleen is buried in Plot X, 5352-A, Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, San Mateo County, California. A picture of her headstone, the reverse side of her husband's, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 960614:

ARLEEN M
HIS WIFE
OCT 1924
FEB 15 1988

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Jeanne MATTSON




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Wife Jeanne MATTSON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: MSgt Frank Edward MATTSON, USAF, WWII, Korea, Vietnam (1921-1999)
       Mother: Arleen Marie ROSZEK (1924-1988)




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Mark MATTSON




Husband Mark MATTSON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: MSgt Frank Edward MATTSON, USAF, WWII, Korea, Vietnam (1921-1999)
       Mother: Arleen Marie ROSZEK (1924-1988)





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Michael MATTSON




Husband Michael MATTSON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: MSgt Frank Edward MATTSON, USAF, WWII, Korea, Vietnam (1921-1999)
       Mother: Arleen Marie ROSZEK (1924-1988)





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Peter MATTSON




Husband Peter MATTSON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: MSgt Frank Edward MATTSON, USAF, WWII, Korea, Vietnam (1921-1999)
       Mother: Arleen Marie ROSZEK (1924-1988)





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Diane Louise MAUER




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Wife Diane Louise MAUER

         Born: 23 Sep 1934 - Watcom County, Washington
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         Died: 28 Feb 1998 - Washoe County, Nevada
       Buried:  - Mount View Cemetery


       Father: Albert MAUER (1899-      )
       Mother: Ada May JENKINS (1908-      ) 260




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Thomas MAUGHON and Mary SANFORD




Husband Thomas MAUGHON

         Born: 1787 - North Carolina
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         Died: 1851 - Jones County, Georgia
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Wife Mary SANFORD

         Born: Abt 1792
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         Died: Bef 1850
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       Father: Jesse SANFORD, RS (Abt 1763-1827) 413
       Mother: Martha Goodwin MITCHELL (Abt 1771-1827) 413




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General Notes: Husband - Thomas MAUGHON

See letter by Emily Emeline Mitchell, saved in her General notes.


General Notes: Wife - Mary SANFORD

See letter by Emily Emeline Mitchell, saved in her General Notes.
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William MAUGHON and Ellen Emeline MITCHELL




Husband William MAUGHON

         Born: 
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     Marriage: 6 Feb 1828 - Jones County, Georgia



Wife Ellen Emeline MITCHELL

         Born: Abt 1812 - Georgia
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         Died: 30 May 1837 - Muscogee County, Georgia
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       Father: Major John MITCHELL (Abt 1774-1841)
       Mother: Elizabeth WOOD (Abt 1787-After 1850) 937



 Other Spouse: Austin M. WALKER, M.D. (      -      ) - 23 May 1834 - Harris County, Georgia


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1 F Elizabeth MAUGHON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - William MAUGHON

See letter by Emily Emeline Mitchell, saved in her General notes.


General Notes: Wife - Ellen Emeline MITCHELL

Provided by David Leon "Tuck" Wilson:
Ellen Emeline Mitchell, born Abt. 1812 in Georgia, died 30 May 1837 in Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. She married (1) William Moughon 06 Feb 1828 in Jones County, Georgia (Source: Marriage Index: Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina 1641 - 1944.). She married (2) Dr. A. M. Walker 23 May 1834 in Harris County, Georgia (Source: Columbus Enquirer, 6/6/1834, Married Harris County 23 May 1834 by Rev Mr. Hand, Dr. A. M. Walker of Columbus to Miss (Mrs.- DLW) Ellen E. Moughon , eldest daughter of Maj. John Mitchell.).
Notes for Ellen Emeline Mitchell:
Marries William Maughan and has child Elizabeth. She second marries Austin Walker.
Columbus Enquirer 1 Jun 1837 - died 30 May 1837 in this city, Mrs, Ellen Emeline, consort to Austin M. Walker, age 25, 2 children.

The following letter was written by Ellen Emeline MITCHELL. This transcription was graciously shared by Leon David "Tuck" Wilson who also provides identies of individuals mention in it.
MitchellEllen1
Envelope :
M Emera A. E. Thrasher
Salem
Clark County
Georgia
postmarked Clinton, Oct 3
Also on the envelope faintly on the left middle is : E. M. Parker
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Palmetto Groves, Jones County October 1 1826
Esteemed Cousin
It has become my painful duty to inform you of the Death of my beloved Sister Caroline.
Her voice is forever hushed and her eyes, closed in Death. Though she has departed from our sight, she shall never, no never be forgot, she has bid
Farewell to pain and sorrow
Farewell to sin and strife
In happiness and glory
She will spend and (sic) endless life.
Sister Caroline was taken sick the day the day you left here and died the 15th. Oh, that parting hour who can imagine the agony but we that ___ (ope?) our lovely and amiable Sisters
extended on their _____ beds see their eyes robed (sic) of it's luster and Death in all his terror _____ over there (sic) mortal remains. when her cheek on which had lately sat the bloom and fascination of youth, was steadily fixed apparently on the beauteous spheres of fair and more
delight full worlds whether her calm and gentle spirit seemed mediating its flight. She spoke a language worthy of her which the frozen toning of ink never learned to speak or mimic. 2 days before her death she got happy, there were some religious persons in the room she asked them to sing and pray for her but the Doctors would not allow them. She then shouted Hallalujah to the Lamb and sung
Come ye sinners, poor and needy.
She then prayed the most affecting prayer I ever heard in all my life, she said she wished to talk to us all and she did so, she talked very calm and deliberately she said she was going to die and leave us all, if it was God's wish that she should live she would be willing, as it was not she was willing said she did not know as she should ever be better prepared than she was. She asked for 3 glasses of water repeatedly this they refused she said she did not want the water so bad she only wanted it for the sake of the Father Son and Holy Ghost the Doctors even refused her this, she then said she would soon in Abraham's bosom where she should drink the fairest and best water
She then asked us all for 3 _____ apiece and told us she would die at 10 o'clock and sure enough the lovely and amiable Carolines voice was forever hushed her last words were be-lie-ve. She requested to me to write to all her friends and tell them she was gone to heaven and they must prepare to meet her there.
Cousin Emera It is very sickly in Jones County at this time Uncle Julius has had a very sever (sic) attack of the Billious fever we thought he would die but he is up and about but his little son is very sick. Uncle Cad has two children likely to die Harriotte and Augustus, Cousin Mary Mitchell is very sick. Cousin Mary Moughon is very sick and has lost a son. Mother keeps in good health but my health and Papa's has been very bad. Excuse bad writing and write soon. You must call by as you go on to Alabama. Present my love and complements to Mr. Thrasher and except (sic) the greatest share for yourself.
Ellen E. Mitchell
Mrs Emera A. E. Thrasher
_____________________________________________________________________
Addendum DLW:
"Uncle Julius" - Julius C. B. Mitchell, the youngest of the clan, married to Catherine Daniell Mitchell. They only had one son of record, Americus Columbus Mitchell, b. 18 Nov 1819.
"Uncle Cad" - Augustus Cadwell Mitchell, also seen as Augustus George Cadwell Mitchell, known as Cadwell, one of the older Mitchell children. He married Elizabeth W. Hill (1797-1852). This letter is the first reference to his child, Augustus, whose full name may be Augustus John.
Cousin Mary Mitchell
Mary Mitchell, dau of William Mitchell & Martha Hill b. after 1808 marries JJ Slatter 1827 in Jones county - likely
Cousin Mary Moughon - Mary Sanford b. abt 1792, d. bef 1850, father was Jesse Sanford, mother was Martha Goodwin Mitchell. She married Thomas Moughon, b. 1787 in N. C. , died 1851 Jones County Georgia. Thomas and Mary were in Baldwin county in 1820, Jones in 1830 and 1850 (1840 not found.). Mary dies before 1850.
"Mother" - Elizabeth Wood, (1788 - aft.1850)
"Papa" - John Mitchell ( abt 1785 - 1841)
Ellen A. E. Mitchell - the author, Ellen Emeline Mitchell, b. abt 1812, d. 1837. She writes an amazing letter for someone about 14 years of age. She goes on to marry a William Moughon in Jones County 6 Feb 1828 and William dies in Jones County in 1830. I don't have the relationship of William to Thomas Moughon who marries Mary Sanford but there should be one.
Mrs. Emera E. Thrasher - the recipient, daughter of Dr. Thomas Mitchell and Mary "Polly" Wood

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Benjamin MAY




Husband Benjamin MAY

         Born: 1755 - Virginia
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         Died: 1824 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
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       Father: John MAY (1734-1765)
       Mother: Jemima COLLINS (1730-1762)





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General Notes: Husband - Benjamin MAY

Familes of Fairfield County, South Carolina, Nancy Hoy, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/32110631/person/18746352649
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Betty Marie MAY




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Wife Betty Marie MAY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: W. E. MAY
       Mother: Ruth Ann RUDDOCK (1911-      )




Children

General Notes: Wife - Betty Marie MAY

Betty Marie May, daughter of W. E. May and Ruth Ann Ruddock, was born 22 May 1931 in Gonzales County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VD8B-5VN : accessed 23 Jun 2013), Ruth Ann Ruddock in entry for Betty Marie May, 1931.]

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Daniel C. MAY




Husband Daniel C. MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1805 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
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       Father: John D. MAY (Bef 1755-1825) 110
       Mother: Frances O'DANIEL (Cir 1760-1836) 110





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General Notes: Husband - Daniel C. MAY

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Greene County; Hollow Square Beat; Series: M432 Roll: 6 Page: 263:
300 300 Daniel MAY 45 M Farmer 1500 SC.
301 301 James T. MAY 25 M Farmer AL.
302 302 James F. MAY 62 M Farmer 1120 SC;
Elizabeth " 56 F SC;
Elizabeth " 30 F SC;
Mary Ann " 28 F AL;
Martha " 21 F AL;
Thomas W. " 19 M Farmer AL;
Stephen W. " 16 M Farmer AL;
Wiley H. " 23 M Farmer AL;
Rebecca F. " 14 F AL;
Susanna C. " 11 F AL Idiotic.
303 303 Mary A. [MAY] WILLINGHAM 55 F 2200 SC;
Elijah, Jr. " 25 M Farmer AL;
Elizabeth " 19 F AL;
Melissa L. " 14 F AL;
James P. D. THOMPSON 27 M Farmer AL;
Cynthia A. " 20 F AL

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Greene County, Hollow Square P O; Series: M653 Roll: 10 Page: 878
77 80 Daniel MAY 55 M Small Farmer 1600 2000 SC;
Elizabeth MAY 40 F SC.
78 81 James F May 70 M Farmer 1000 SC;
Mary S. MAY 37 F SC;
Frances MAY 4 F AL;
Permelia MAY 19 F AL

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Hale County, Greensboro P O; Series: M593 Roll: 18 Page: 140:
697 697 MAY Daniel 64 M W Farmer 368 SC.

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Hale County, Hollow Square, Beat 6; Series: T9 Roll: 15 Page: 399:
582 574 MAY Daniel P. W M 65 S Farmer SC SC VA
584 576 MAY Elizabeth W F 62 S Keeps house SC SC SC;
-- Mary A. W F 54 Sister S At home SC SC SC;
-- Sarah W F 24 niece S At home AL AL SC.
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Thomas H. OWENS and Elizabeth MAY




Husband Thomas H. OWENS 4451

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Wife Elizabeth MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1797 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
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       Father: John D. MAY (Bef 1755-1825) 110
       Mother: Frances O'DANIEL (Cir 1760-1836) 110




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Elizabeth MAY




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Wife Elizabeth MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1820 - South Carolina
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       Father: James F. MAY (Cir 1788-After 1870) 4451
       Mother: Charlotte WILLINGHAM (Cir 1794-1850) 4451




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George Harrison Grosvenor MAY and Margaret Jane PUTMAN




Husband George Harrison Grosvenor MAY 4864

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     Marriage: Bef 1866



Wife Margaret Jane PUTMAN 429,4864

         Born: Aug 1828 - South Carolina 429
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1 F Lucy Rebecca MAY 429

         Born: 26 Jul 1866 - Texas
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       Spouse: William Williams VICKERS (1859-1892) 1515
         Marr: Cir 1880



General Notes: Child - Lucy Rebecca MAY

1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Gonzales County, Pct 5; Series: T623 Roll: 1639 Page: 221: 160 160 MAY Margaret J. Head W F Aug 1828 71 Wd - 10 8 SC SC VA Land lady; VICKERS Lucy R. Dau W F June 1866 33 Wd - 4 3 TX AR SC; -- Oscar O. GrSon W M Sept 1886 13 S TX AR TX Farm laborer; -- Elmer E. GrSon W M Apr 1890 10 S TX AR TX Farm laborer; -- William N. GrSon W M Jan 1893 7 S TX AR TX.
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Harriett C. MAY




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Wife Harriett C. MAY

         Born: Cir 1811 - South Carolina
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       Father: James F. MAY (Cir 1788-After 1870) 4451
       Mother: Charlotte WILLINGHAM (Cir 1794-1850) 4451




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Henry W. MAY




Husband Henry W. MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1825
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       Father: James F. MAY (Cir 1788-After 1870) 4451
       Mother: Charlotte WILLINGHAM (Cir 1794-1850) 4451





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J. H. MAY




Husband J. H. MAY

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RELATED TO THE FAMILY OF FRANCES O'DANIEL who moved to South Carolina with her uncle and married there a man named MAY?

1840 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield District; Series: M704 Roll: 511 Page: 122:
J. H. MAY Males: 2 1 . . . 1[30-40] Females: 2 1 . . . 1[30-40]
Two homes away:
Amasa MAY Males: . 2 1 . . . 1[40-50] Females: 3 3 2 . . . 1[40-50]
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John MAY Males: . . . . . . . 1[50-60] Females: . . . 2[15-20]
Alfred MAY Males: 1 1 . 1* . 2[30-40] Females: 1 1 . . 1[30-40]
*The one is more bold, written over a 2? RLD
1840 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield District; Series: M704 Roll: 511 Page: 120:
Lewis MAY Males: . . . . . 1 Females: 2 1 . . 1

18500 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Edgefield County, No Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 852 Page: 37:
John H. MAY 47 M Farmer 1500 SC;
Nancy MAY 40 F SC;
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James F. MAY and Charlotte WILLINGHAM




Husband James F. MAY 4451

         Born: Cir 1788 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
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       Father: John D. MAY (Bef 1755-1825) 110
       Mother: Frances O'DANIEL (Cir 1760-1836) 110


     Marriage: Cir 1810



Wife Charlotte WILLINGHAM 4451

         Born: Cir 1794 - South Carolina
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1 F Harriett C. MAY

         Born: Cir 1811 - South Carolina
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2 M John William MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1815
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         Died: 1891 - Hale County, Alabama
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       Spouse: Martha Emily MAY (1826-1892) 4451
         Marr: 1841 - Greene County, Alabama


3 F Elizabeth MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1820 - South Carolina
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4 F Mary Ann MAY 4451

         Born: Cir 1822
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5 M Henry W. MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1825
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6 M Wiley H. MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1825 - Greene County, Alabama
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7 F Martha MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1829 - Greene County, Alabama
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8 M Thomas W. MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1831 - Greene County, Alabama
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9 M Stephen William MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1834 - Greene County, Alabama
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10 F Rebecca F. MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1836 - Greene County, Alabama
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11 F Susanna C. MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1839 - Greene County, Alabama
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John MAY and Elizabeth Eleanor RAYSOR




Husband John MAY

         Born: 19 Oct 1819
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Wife Elizabeth Eleanor RAYSOR

         Born: 8 Apr 1825
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       Father: Thomas M. RAYSOR (1797-1858)
       Mother: Hannah STOKES (1808-1841)




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John MAY




Husband John MAY 4451

         Born: Between 1790 and 1800 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
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       Father: John D. MAY (Bef 1755-1825) 110
       Mother: Frances O'DANIEL (Cir 1760-1836) 110





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John MAY and Mary STAFFORD




Husband John MAY 3925

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Wife Mary STAFFORD 3925

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1 F Mary MAY 3925

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       Spouse: Samuel MANER, RW-SC (      -      ) 3926
         Marr: 8 Jul 1772 - Santee, South Carolina 3925



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John D. MAY and Frances O'DANIEL




Husband John D. MAY 110

          AKA: John MAY
         Born: Bef 1755
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         Died: 1825 - Greene County, Alabama
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     Marriage: Cir 1786 - South Carolina 110



Wife Frances O'DANIEL 110

          AKA: Anne Frances MAY 4451
         Born: Cir 1760 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: 1836 - Greene County, Alabama 4451
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       Father: John O'DANIEL, RW-PS-VA (1718-1799) 110,111
       Mother: Elizabeth MOXLEY (1721-After 1767) 106




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1 M James F. MAY 4451

         Born: Cir 1788 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
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         Died: After 1870
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       Spouse: Charlotte WILLINGHAM (Cir 1794-1850) 4451
         Marr: Cir 1810


2 M John MAY 4451

         Born: Between 1790 and 1800 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
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         Died: 1849
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3 F Mary Ann MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1795 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
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       Spouse: William WILLINGHAM (Between 1790/1800-      ) 4451


4 F Elizabeth MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1797 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Thomas H. OWENS (      -      ) 4451


5 M Thomas Taylor MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1800 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 M William MAY 4451

         Born:  - Fairfield District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1844 - Greene County, Alabama
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


7 M Daniel C. MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1805 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


8 M Stephen David MAY 4451

         Born: 1807 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



9 M Henry MAY

         Born: Between 1800 and 1810 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Sarah M. GILMORE (Cir 1808-      ) 4451
         Marr: 25 Apr 1825 - Greene County, Alabama



General Notes: Husband - John D. MAY

Fairfax Harrison, author and genealogist, wrote in "Tyler's Quarterly" that Frances O'DANIEL, daughter of John O' DANIEL and Elizabeth MOXLEY of Fairfax County, Virginia, "moved to South Carolina with her uncle and married there a man named MAY." John D. MAY, who married "Ann Frances" in Fairfield District, South Carolina is believed to have been her husband. Although previously found records name her only as Frances, no doubt after her grandmother Frances O'DANIEL, Frances' father had a sister Ann O'Daniel. His having named a daughter "Ann Frances" is plausible.

This church record is for for John and Fanny MAY.
Little River Baptist Church, Fairfield County, South Carolina, 1794-1820 Minutes & Membership Rolls, prepared by Lee Ann Gerhart, lists John MAY as a member and was made a deacon 24 June 1803. On pages 71 and 72, after a page dated 2 September 1820, John May and Fanny MAY are named as members. (http://www.rootsweb.com/~scfairfi/lrbc.htm)

From "Two MAY Families of Hollow Square, Greene County, Alabama", compiled by Berenice May FULLER, 115 Al-Jo Curve, Selma, Alabama, 36701:
John D. MAY, b. bef. 1755, probably in SC, and d. 1825 in Greene Co., AL. His father was b. in SC & his mother was b. in VA. He m. 1st _____. She was b. ?c1765, d. c1788. He married 2nd Anne Frances. She was b. 1765-84 VA, d. 1836 in Greene Co., AL.
John D. MAY was a Baptist Minister, and served in the Revolutionary War, & was probably the John MAY who served as a Pvt. in the 6th SC Regiment. He is mentioned in a chart named "Statistics of Little River of Broad Church" as a messenger to the association in 1803-03. He is in the 1800-10 census of Fairfield Co., SC. He moved to Greene Co., AL in c1818 with his children. His daughter by his 1st marriage was:
Rebecca MAY, b. 1784-88 in SC. She m. Thomas LAWSON in 1835 in Marengo Co., AL (Bond James M. BONDURANT). She was living in Richland Co., SC in 1853, when she gave Power of Attorney to Collin BLACK of Marengo Co., AL to collect from her father's estate.
John & Anne Frances MAY's children were:
James F. MAY, b. c1788 in SC
John MAY, Jr., b. 1790-1800 in SC, d. 1849. He was living in LA in 1844.
Henry MAY, b. 1800-10 in SC. He m. Sarah M. GILMORE in 1825 in Greene Co., AL. They are in the 1840 census of Greene Co., AL, with a son b. 1830-35.
Thomas Taylor MAY, b. 1800 in Fairfield Co., SC
Mary Ann MAY, b. c1797 [abt 1795 per 1850 census, Greene County, Alabama] in SC, d. aft. 1850. She m. William WILLINGHAM. Their children were: Elijah, Mary Jones, Cynthia, Elizabeth, & Melissa WILLINGHAM.
Elizabeth MAY, b. in Fairfield Co., SC. She m. Thomas H. OWENS. He was in the 1820 census of Shelby Co., AL. (An Elizabeth MAY m. Collin BLACK in 1830 in Marengo Co., AL by Solomon PERKINS, Security Benjamin GLOVER). In the 1850 census, Collin BLACK was b. c1792 in Scotland, & Elizabeth was b. c1791 in SC.
Daniel C. MAY, b. c1805 in Fairfield Co., SC, d. aft. 1880. He did not marry. He was in the 1850-60 census of Greene Co., AL. He was in the 1870 census of Hale Co., AL.
Stephen David MAY, b. 1807 in Fairfield Co., SC
William MAY, b. in Fairfield Co., SC, d. 1844 in Greene Co., AL. He did not marry. He left his estate to his siblings.

Two John MAYS in the 1790 South Carolina census:
1. The John MAYE in Fairfield District:
1790 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield District; Series: M637 Roll: 11 Page: 510:
John MAYS 1 2 4 . .
Reads: 1 male 16 or over [John], 2 males under 16 [James and John, Jr.?], 4 females [Anne Frances, her step-daughter Rebecca and two unknown]. These possible names appear to agree with John's family as portrayed in "Two MAY Families of Hollow Square, Greene County, Alabama" above, but with 2 additional females. Similar to the John May household in Richfield District. Considering that John and Anne Frances MAY named a son Thomas Taylor MAY, born in 1800, and a Tom TAYLOR is listed as a neighbor in 1790, it is more likely that the Fairfield district household is the family of Anne Frances "Fanny" May. Others of interest on this page:
Abner MAYE 1 3 4 . 5
Tom TAYLOR
Jesse TAYLOR
2. The John MAY in Richfield District, South Carolina:
1790 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Richland District; Series: M637 Roll: 11 Page: 132: [Listed in order on the page]
Jesse GOODWYN
John MAY 1 2 2 . 9
Reads: 1 male over 16 [John], 2 males under 16 [James and John, Jr.?], 2 females [Anne Frances and her step-daughter Rebecca], 9 slaves. [This record also appears to agree with John's family as portrayed in "Two MAY Families of Hollow Square, Greene County, Alabama" above. Similar to the John Maye's household in Fairfield District where there are 2 additional females but no slaves. Others of interest on this page:
Ethel HEATH
Wm. HOWELL
James GOODWYN
John PARTRIDGE
...
Wood TUCKER
...
John GOODWYN
Next page, 133:
James MAY 2 2 3 . 10
Reads: 2 males 16 or over, 2 males under 16, 3 females, 10 slaves.

1800 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County; http://www.usgwarchives.net/sc/fairfield/census/1800/0235a.gif
Thomas MAY . 2 . 1 . || 3 1 . . 1 . 7
Reads: 2 males 10-16, 1 male 26-45; 3 females under 10, 1 female 10-16, 1 female 45 or over [born before 1855], 7 slaves.
John MAY 3 2 . . 1 || 2 . . . 1 . 10
Reads: 3 males under 10 [ Thomas Taylor, William, and Henry], 2 males 10-16 [James and John, Jr.], 1 male 45 or over [John]; 2 female under 10 [Mary Ann and Elizabeth], 1 female 45 or over, 10 slaves. [Inserted names appear to agree with John's family as portrayed in "Two MAY Families of Hollow Square, Greene County, Alabama." Rebecca, expected age 10-16 or 16-26, not with family.]
http://www.usgwarchives.net/sc/fairfield/census/1800/0235b.gif
Phillip RYLEY 1 1 2 . 1 || 3 3 . 1 . . 1
http://www.usgwarchives.net/sc/fairfield/census/1800/0240b.gif
Benj'n MAY 2 . 1 1 . || 4 2 . 1 . . 8

On 25 November 1802, John MAY, William WOODWARD and Joseph GIBSON witnessed the Will of Henry WOODWARD in Fairfield District, South Carolina.

1810 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield District; Series: M252 Roll: 62 Page: 207:
John MAYS . . . . 1 || . . 1 . 1
If this is John D. MAYS, where are his young children?
Reads: 1 male 45 or over, 1 female 16-26, 1 female 45 or older [born before 1765].
Richard G.[?] MAYS . . 4 . 1 || . . 1 . 1


TOWN OF ERIE
Will be offered on the premises on the fourth Monday in July, about One hundred and fifty LOTS in the
TOWN OF ERIE,
On a credit of one, two, and three years.
Erie is situated on a beautiful and elevated bluff on the east bank of the Black Warrior River, about twenty-five miles below the Falls, and about twenty above its junction with the Tombeckbe [sic], combining at once as many advantages as any site in the Territory. The country for twenty or thirty miles around, is populous, healthy and fertile; being surpassed by none in the Southern Country.
The Town is supplied by several springs of never failing water and there is in the neighborhood, fine streams for Mill-seats and other water machinery. The mail road from Georgia by Cahaba [sic] to Natchez, together with the road from Nashvillle to St. Stephens passing through this place cannot fail to make it one of the most important situations for trade in this part of the country. Mechanics of every description are invited to attend and if they should improve, the most liberal encouragement will be given.
The undersigned Commissioners will make contracts for the building of several houses in the place, for which the best prices will be given.
A plan of the Town may be seen at the Land office at Huntsville, at St. Stepnens, & at Lewin's Hotel, Tuskaloosa.
A. S. LIPSCOMB,
D. HUBBARD,
WM. M. MARR,
JOHN MAY
ANTHONY D. KINNARD. COMMISSIONERS.
[The Halcyon, St. Stephens, Alabama, Monday, June 28, 1819, Page 4]
HISTORICAL NOTE: "Erie - Ghost Town - According to the history of Greene County, Eutaw, AL, Erie was located on the bank of the Black Warrior River in present day Hale County."[www.ghosttowns.com/states/al/erie.html]

Land records for John MAY in Greene County, Alabama:
MAY JOHN 7 21N 4E ST STEPHENS 79.8 1825/05/25
MAY JOHN 10 21N 3E ST STEPHENS 80.1 1824/10/20
MAY JOHN 4 21N 3E ST STEPHENS 79.58 1835/10/20
MAY JOHN 4 21N 3E ST STEPHENS 79.58 1835/10/20
MAY WILLIAM 3 21N 3E ST STEPHENS 79.985 1825/04/20 JOHN MAY
MAY JOHN 2 21N 3E ST STEPHENS 80.21 1825/04/20
MAY JOHN 27 21N 4E ST STEPHENS 79.795 1825/05/25
MAY JOHN 13 21N 3E ST STEPHENS 80.15 1824/10/20
MAY JOHN 11 21N 3E ST STEPHENS 80.45 1824/10/20
MAY JOHN 11 21N 3E ST STEPHENS 80.45 1824/10/20
MAY JOHN 23 21N 3E ST STEPHENS 80.185 1824/10/2
MAY JOHN 11 21N 3E ST STEPHENS 80.45 1824/10/20
MAY JOHN 11 21N 3E ST STEPHENS 80.45 1824/10/20
MAY JOHN 10 21N 3E ST STEPHENS 80.1 1825/04/20
MAY JOHN 30 20N 5E ST STEPHENS 80.1875 1823/10/01
MAY JOHN 30 20N 5E ST STEPHENS 80.1875 1823/10/01
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RELATIONSHIP?
"United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MH5M-SGK : accessed 18 Aug 2013), Jonathan May, 1850. Greene county, Greene, Alabama. Affiliate Publication Number: M432, Affiliate Film Number: 6, Family Number: 382
Jonathan May M 60 South Carolina
Ann May F 60 South Carolina
Harriet H May F 19 Alabama
Benjamin F May M 17 Alabama

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SOME RESEARCH:

A John D. MAY, Confederate veteran, is buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Troy, Pike County, Alabama. A picture of his gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 5839804:

JOHN D.
MAY
C. V.

There ar no dates or other information on the stone.


General Notes: Wife - Frances O'DANIEL

Frances O'DANIEL was a daughter of John O'DANIEL and Elizabeth MOXLEY of Fairfax County, Virginia. Frances was from the generation which dropped the Celtic O' to become DANIEL. Fairfax Harrison wrote in Tyler's Quarterly, "Frances moved to South Carolina with her uncle and married there a man named MAY."

Frances' uncles, James and William O'DANIEL, had land grants in Craven County, Province of South Carolina, James' dating back to 1754. This area is now Richland, Fairfield and Kershaw counties. Frances' brother William migrated in 1768 to join their uncles, James and William, in Craven County. She may have accompanied William when he left Virginia for South Carolina. William married Lucretia BELL.

In his will of 1798, John O'DANIEL left to his daughter, Frances MAY, 200 acres of land in Fayette County, Kentucky. This land is now in Lewis County, Kentucky, part of a greater tract of 2701 acres, located along the Licking River in Fayette County, Kentucky, was surveyed for and granted by the Commonwealth of Virginia to John O'DANIEL on October 20, 1785. The original survey reads in part "...being in the County of Fayette on the Waters of Licking about four or five miles South of the head of Salt Lick Creek Beginning at Daniel BOONE's Camp made in the year 1776..." The Marker for this survey was Isaac BOONE.

Little River Baptist Church, Fairfield County, South Carolina, 1794-1820 Minutes & Membership Rolls, prepared by Lee Ann Gerhart, lists John MAY as a member and made a deacon 24 June 1803. On pages 71 and 72, after a page dated 2 September 1820, John May and Fanny MAY are named as members. (http://www.rootsweb.com/~scfairfi/lrbc.htm)

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This Ann MAY?
SC Arcives: Series: S213003, Volume: 004F, Page: 00153, Item: 000, Date: 6/13/1812
Description: COOPER, James to Ann MAY, Bill of Sale for a slave named Sukey. Names indexed: COOPER, James; MAY, Ann; Sukey (Slave) Locations: [Blank]. Document type: Bill of Sale.


General Notes: Child - Mary Ann MAY

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Greene County; Hollow Square Beat; Series: M432 Roll: 6 Page: 263:
300 300 Daniel MAY 45 M Farmer 1500 SC.
301 301 James T. MAY 25 M Farmer AL.
302 302 James F. MAY 62 M Farmer 1120 SC;
Elizabeth " 56 F SC;
Elizabeth " 30 F SC;
Mary Ann " 28 F AL;
Martha " 21 F AL;
Thomas W. " 19 M Farmer AL;
Stephen W. " 16 M Farmer AL;
Wiley H. " 23 M Farmer AL;
Rebecca F. " 14 F AL;
Susanna C. " 11 F AL Idiotic.
303 303 Mary A. WILLINGHAM 55 F 2200 SC;
Elijah, Jr. " 25 M Farmer AL;
Elizabeth " 19 F AL;
Melissa L. " 14 F AL;
James P. D. THOMPSON 27 M Farmer AL;
Cynthia A. " 20 F AL


General Notes: Child - Thomas Taylor MAY

Benjamin Franklin May
Aug 1846 - Jan 17, 1918
Died in Fort Worth
B. F. May, a former resident of Emmet, died in Fort Worth Sunday and the remains were interred in the Emmet cemetery yesterday. The deceased was the father of H. W. May of Angus, who was here today on his return from the funeral.
[Corsicana Daily Sun, Wednesday, January 30, 1918]
Notes by Diane Richards
h/o Mary Rosanna (Toal) May s/o Thomas Taylor May and Mary Ann (unk) May
Prairie Grove Cemetery, Emmett, Navarro Co., TX


General Notes: Child - William MAY

"He did not marry. He left his estate to his siblings."


General Notes: Child - Daniel C. MAY

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Greene County; Hollow Square Beat; Series: M432 Roll: 6 Page: 263:
300 300 Daniel MAY 45 M Farmer 1500 SC.
301 301 James T. MAY 25 M Farmer AL.
302 302 James F. MAY 62 M Farmer 1120 SC;
Elizabeth " 56 F SC;
Elizabeth " 30 F SC;
Mary Ann " 28 F AL;
Martha " 21 F AL;
Thomas W. " 19 M Farmer AL;
Stephen W. " 16 M Farmer AL;
Wiley H. " 23 M Farmer AL;
Rebecca F. " 14 F AL;
Susanna C. " 11 F AL Idiotic.
303 303 Mary A. [MAY] WILLINGHAM 55 F 2200 SC;
Elijah, Jr. " 25 M Farmer AL;
Elizabeth " 19 F AL;
Melissa L. " 14 F AL;
James P. D. THOMPSON 27 M Farmer AL;
Cynthia A. " 20 F AL

1860 U.S. Census, Alabama, Greene County, Hollow Square P O; Series: M653 Roll: 10 Page: 878
77 80 Daniel MAY 55 M Small Farmer 1600 2000 SC;
Elizabeth MAY 40 F SC.
78 81 James F May 70 M Farmer 1000 SC;
Mary S. MAY 37 F SC;
Frances MAY 4 F AL;
Permelia MAY 19 F AL

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Hale County, Greensboro P O; Series: M593 Roll: 18 Page: 140:
697 697 MAY Daniel 64 M W Farmer 368 SC.

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Hale County, Hollow Square, Beat 6; Series: T9 Roll: 15 Page: 399:
582 574 MAY Daniel P. W M 65 S Farmer SC SC VA
584 576 MAY Elizabeth W F 62 S Keeps house SC SC SC;
-- Mary A. W F 54 Sister S At home SC SC SC;
-- Sarah W F 24 niece S At home AL AL SC.
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John William MAY and Martha Emily MAY




Husband John William MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1815
   Christened: 
         Died: 1891 - Hale County, Alabama
       Buried: 


       Father: James F. MAY (Cir 1788-After 1870) 4451
       Mother: Charlotte WILLINGHAM (Cir 1794-1850) 4451


     Marriage: 1841 - Greene County, Alabama



Wife Martha Emily MAY 4451

         Born: 1826 - Greene County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 1892 - Hale County, Alabama
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Melissa Ann MAY 4451

         Born: 4 Jun 1844 - Greene County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 Jun 1936 - Hale County, Alabama
       Buried:  - Hollow Square Cemetery, Hale County, Alabama
       Spouse: Francis Edward MARTIN (1847-      )
         Marr: 4 Jan 1869 - Hale County, Alabama



General Notes: Child - Melissa Ann MAY

Melissa Ann Martin, the widow of Francis E. Martin and daughter of John W. and Martha E. May, was born 4 June 1844 in Sawyerville, Hale County, Alabama and died 1 June 1936 in Greensboro, Hale County, Alabama at age 92 years, 4 months, and 17 days. She was housekeeper and resident of Greensboro. Her parents were born in South Carolina. Melissa was buried in Hollow Square Cemetery in Sawyerville, Alabama on 2 June 1936. ["Alabama, Deaths, 1908-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDR3-YRR : accessed 06 Oct 2013), Francis E. Martin in entry for Melissa Ann Martin, 01 Jun 1936; citing reference cn 14229, Department of Health, Montgomery; FHL microfilm 1908543.]
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Kennedi MAY




Husband

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



Wife Kennedi MAY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: William C. MAY
       Mother: Tara




Children

General Notes: Wife - Kennedi MAY

Kennedi May is named as a surviving grandchild in the April 2016 obituary of Virgril William May, Jr.
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Leonard Elton MAY




Husband Leonard Elton MAY (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: W. E. MAY
       Mother: Ruth Ann RUDDOCK (1911-      )





Wife (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Leonard Elton MAY

Leonard Elton May, son of W. E. May and Ruth Ann Ruddock, was born 2 May 1935 in Gonzales County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V69N-Z6M : accessed 23 Jun 2013), Ruth Ann Ruddock in entry for Leonard Elton May, 1935.]

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William Williams VICKERS and Lucy Rebecca MAY




Husband William Williams VICKERS 1515

         Born: 14 Jul 1859 - Hempstead County, Arkansas 1515
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 Sep 1892
       Buried:  - Gonzales County, Texas


       Father: James Jackson VICKERS, Sr. (1806-1886) 1515
       Mother: Patience WYCHE (1820-After 1880) 1515,1516,1517


     Marriage: Cir 1880



Wife Lucy Rebecca MAY 429

         Born: 26 Jul 1866 - Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 Feb 1958 - Hidalgo County, Texas
       Buried: 


       Father: George Harrison Grosvenor MAY (      -Bef 1900) 4864
       Mother: Margaret Jane PUTMAN (1828-      ) 429,4864




Children
1 M Oscar Orville VICKERS 428,429

         Born: 30 Sep 1886 - Gonzales County, Texas 428
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 May 1950 - Hidalgo County, Texas 428
       Buried:  - Donna City Cemetery, Hidalgo County, Texas 428
       Spouse: Emma Mae GREER (1888-1973)
         Marr: 13 Oct 1907 - Gonzales County, Texas


2 M Elma E. VICKERS

          AKA: Elmer E. VICKERS 429
         Born: 18 Apr 1889 - Fisher County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 Jul 1971 - Hidalgo County, Texas
       Buried:  - Highland Memorial Park Cemetery, Hidalgo County, Texas
       Spouse: Mary Electa GREER (1891-1977)
         Marr: 1 Nov 1911 - Gonzales County, Texas


3 F Wren VICKERS 4865

         Born: 31 Jan 1891 - Gonzales County, Texas 4865
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 Jan 1895 - Gonzales County, Texas 4865
       Buried:  - Wrightsboro Cemetery, Gonzales County, Texas 4865



4 M William N. VICKERS 429

         Born: 20 Jan 1894 - Gonzales County, Texas
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 Feb 1979 - Bernalillo County, New Mexico
       Buried:  - Sunset Memorial Park, Bernalillo County, New Mexico




General Notes: Husband - William Williams VICKERS

William William VICKERS was born in Hempstead County, Arkansas and died in Wrightsboro, Gonzales County, Texas. He married Lucy Rebecca MAY in Gonzales County, Texas on August 20, 1855.

William is buried in Wrightsboro Cemetery, Wrightsboro, Gonzales County, Texas. A picture of his headstone, shared with Lucy Rebecca, is onFind A Grave Memorial# 41044930 created by TexRose on Aug 23, 2009:

VICKERS
WILLIAM W. LUCY MAY
JULY 14, 1859 JUNE, 26, 1866
SEPT. 8, 1892 FEB. 11, 1958

The memorial names Oscar Orville Vickers (1886 - 1950), Elmo Elton Vickers (1889 - 1971), Wren Vickers (1891 - 1895), and William Nixon Vickers (1894 - 1979).


General Notes: Wife - Lucy Rebecca MAY

1900 U.S. Census, Texas, Gonzales County, Pct 5; Series: T623 Roll: 1639 Page: 221: 160 160 MAY Margaret J. Head W F Aug 1828 71 Wd - 10 8 SC SC VA Land lady; VICKERS Lucy R. Dau W F June 1866 33 Wd - 4 3 TX AR SC; -- Oscar O. GrSon W M Sept 1886 13 S TX AR TX Farm laborer; -- Elmer E. GrSon W M Apr 1890 10 S TX AR TX Farm laborer; -- William N. GrSon W M Jan 1893 7 S TX AR TX.


General Notes: Child - Oscar Orville VICKERS

Death record extracts:
Name: Oscar Orville Vickers
Death Date: 31 May 1950
Death Place: Precinct No. 5, Hidalgo County, Texas
Death Age: 63 years 8 months 1 day
Estimated Birth Date: 1887
Father's Name: W. W. Vickers
Mother's Name: Lucy May
[FamilySearch.org: Film Number: 2074369, Digital Film Number: 4169861, Image Number: 1852,
Collection: Texas Deaths, 1890-1976]

Find A Grave Memorial# 41002006 created by TexRose on Aug 22, 2009:

OSCAR ORVILLE
VICKERS
1886
1950


General Notes: Child - Elma E. VICKERS

Find A Grave Memorial# 41047186 created by: TexRose on Aug 23, 2009:

VICKERS
ELMA E. ELECTA
1889 [Mason] 1971 1891 1977


General Notes: Child - William N. VICKERS

Find A Grave Memorial# 41048292 created by TexRose on Aug 23, 2009:



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Raymond Ellis WALKER and Marie Louise MAY




Husband Raymond Ellis WALKER

         Born: Sep 1899 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 Apr 1985 - Jefferson County, Alabama
       Buried: 
     Marriage: After 1954



Wife Marie Louise MAY

         Born: Nov 1897 - Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: Oct 1979 - Jefferson County, Alabama
       Buried: 


       Father: William A. MAY (1854-      )
       Mother: Emma Louise PITTMAN (1878-      )



 Other Spouse: Capt. Vincent Hardy BELL, Jr., USA, WWI (1884-1925) - 23 Jun 1916 - Lowndes County, Alabama

 Other Spouse: Lt, j. g. Robert Gustave BUSCHATZKY, USNRF, WWI (1892-Bef 1954) - Between 1925 and 1930


Children

General Notes: Wife - Marie Louise MAY

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M9DK-FD2 : accessed 11 Apr 2014), Marie A May in household of William A May, Montgomery city Ward 5, Montgomery, Alabama, United States; citing sheet 19B, family 469, NARA microfilm publication T623, FHL microfilm 1240033.
624 Jefferson 367 469 MAY, William A. Head W M Oct 1854 45 M 6 AL SC SC
-- Emma L. Wife W F May 1878 22 M 6 3 2 AL GA AL
-- William F. Son W M Sept 1895 4 S AL AL AL
-- Marie A. Dau W F Nov 1897 2 S AL AL AL

"As an anecdote, I learned from my mother (Eda Claire Buschatzky Smith) that not only did my grandmother, born as Marie Louise May, not have a birth certificate (the first records of her shows up in the 1900 census at age 2 years), but she was not originally named Marie LOUISE May but was originally Marie ANTOINETTE May... According to my mother, her mother's middle name was changed from "Antoinette" to "Louise" when Marie May was 12 years old apparently because her mother took her to a fortune teller and was told that if she went through life with the name "Marie Antoinette" she would end up either a suicide or mass murderer." [Colin K. Smith, email, 26 February 2014]

"Marie Walker, died in 1979 in Birmingham, AL after having spent about 18 months in a nursing home (she went in around Christmas 1977.)" [Colin K. Smith, email, 22 April 2014]

Marie Walker, born 22 November 1897, died in October 1979 at age 82. Her last residence was in Jefferson County, Alabama 35223. Social Security Number 078-24-6330 was issued in New York. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VMKC-G2X : accessed 22 Apr 2014), null, Oct 1979; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).

Vincent Hardy Bell and "Marie Mary Bell Bushatzky Walker" [*] are named as parents in the September 9, 2010 obituary of Marie Bell Davis.
[* The reference to "Marie MARY Bell Bushatzky Walker" in the obit for Marie Bell Davis is wrong. My grandmother's full name was "MARIE Louise MAY (maiden name) Bell (1st husband) Buschatzky (2nd husband) Walker (3rd husband)." [Colin K. Smith, email, 25 February 2014]

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Martha MAY




Husband

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



Wife Martha MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1829 - Greene County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: James F. MAY (Cir 1788-After 1870) 4451
       Mother: Charlotte WILLINGHAM (Cir 1794-1850) 4451




Children

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William WILLINGHAM and Mary Ann MAY




Husband William WILLINGHAM 4451

         Born: Between 1790 and 1800
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Mary Ann MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1795 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John D. MAY (Bef 1755-1825) 110
       Mother: Frances O'DANIEL (Cir 1760-1836) 110




Children
1 M Elijah WILLINGHAM 4451

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Mary Jones WILLINGHAM 4451

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Cynthia WILLINGHAM 4451

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 F Elizabeth WILLINGHAM

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



5 F Melissa WILLINGHAM 4451

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - William WILLINGHAM

1830 U.S. Census, Alabama, Greene County
William WILLINGHAM 1 . 2 . 1 1 . . . . . . . || 2 . . . 1 . . . . . . . .
William age 30-40; Mary Ann age 20-30.
Three names from willim:
Jonathan MAY . 1 . . . . 1 1 . . . . . || 2 1 1 . . . 1 . . . . . .
Oldest male age 50-60; oldest female 40-50


General Notes: Wife - Mary Ann MAY

1850 U.S. Census, Alabama, Greene County; Hollow Square Beat; Series: M432 Roll: 6 Page: 263:
300 300 Daniel MAY 45 M Farmer 1500 SC.
301 301 James T. MAY 25 M Farmer AL.
302 302 James F. MAY 62 M Farmer 1120 SC;
Elizabeth " 56 F SC;
Elizabeth " 30 F SC;
Mary Ann " 28 F AL;
Martha " 21 F AL;
Thomas W. " 19 M Farmer AL;
Stephen W. " 16 M Farmer AL;
Wiley H. " 23 M Farmer AL;
Rebecca F. " 14 F AL;
Susanna C. " 11 F AL Idiotic.
303 303 Mary A. WILLINGHAM 55 F 2200 SC;
Elijah, Jr. " 25 M Farmer AL;
Elizabeth " 19 F AL;
Melissa L. " 14 F AL;
James P. D. THOMPSON 27 M Farmer AL;
Cynthia A. " 20 F AL

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Mary Ann MAY




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Wife Mary Ann MAY 4451

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       Mother: Charlotte WILLINGHAM (Cir 1794-1850) 4451


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Rebecca F. MAY




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Wife Rebecca F. MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1836 - Greene County, Alabama
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       Father: James F. MAY (Cir 1788-After 1870) 4451
       Mother: Charlotte WILLINGHAM (Cir 1794-1850) 4451




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Stephen David MAY




Husband Stephen David MAY 4451

         Born: 1807 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
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       Mother: Frances O'DANIEL (Cir 1760-1836) 110





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Stephen William MAY




Husband Stephen William MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1834 - Greene County, Alabama
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       Father: James F. MAY (Cir 1788-After 1870) 4451
       Mother: Charlotte WILLINGHAM (Cir 1794-1850) 4451





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Susanna C. MAY




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Wife Susanna C. MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1839 - Greene County, Alabama
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       Father: James F. MAY (Cir 1788-After 1870) 4451
       Mother: Charlotte WILLINGHAM (Cir 1794-1850) 4451




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Thomas Taylor MAY




Husband Thomas Taylor MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1800 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
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       Mother: Frances O'DANIEL (Cir 1760-1836) 110





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General Notes: Husband - Thomas Taylor MAY

Benjamin Franklin May
Aug 1846 - Jan 17, 1918
Died in Fort Worth
B. F. May, a former resident of Emmet, died in Fort Worth Sunday and the remains were interred in the Emmet cemetery yesterday. The deceased was the father of H. W. May of Angus, who was here today on his return from the funeral.
[Corsicana Daily Sun, Wednesday, January 30, 1918]
Notes by Diane Richards
h/o Mary Rosanna (Toal) May s/o Thomas Taylor May and Mary Ann (unk) May
Prairie Grove Cemetery, Emmett, Navarro Co., TX
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Thomas W. MAY




Husband Thomas W. MAY 4451

         Born: Abt 1831 - Greene County, Alabama
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       Mother: Charlotte WILLINGHAM (Cir 1794-1850) 4451





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W. E. MAY and Ruth Ann RUDDOCK




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Wife Ruth Ann RUDDOCK

         Born: 11 Nov 1911 - Gonzales County, Texas
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       Father: William H. RUDDOCK (cal 1874-1914)
       Mother: Martha Ann RAIFORD (1880-1961) 1172




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1 F Betty Marie MAY (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M William Stephen MAY (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Leonard Elton MAY (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Ruth Ann RUDDOCK

Ruth Ann Ruddock was born 11 November 1911 in Gonzales County, Texas. Certificate Number 52626. "Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VD57-J8J : accessed 23 Jun 2013), Ruth Ann Ruddock, 1911.]


General Notes: Child - Betty Marie MAY

Betty Marie May, daughter of W. E. May and Ruth Ann Ruddock, was born 22 May 1931 in Gonzales County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VD8B-5VN : accessed 23 Jun 2013), Ruth Ann Ruddock in entry for Betty Marie May, 1931.]


General Notes: Child - William Stephen MAY

William Stephen May, son of W. E. May and Ruth Ann Ruddock, was born 30 August 1933 in Gonzales County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V8Z4-R9G : accessed 23 Jun 2013), Ruth Ann Ruddock in entry for William Stephen May, 1933.]


General Notes: Child - Leonard Elton MAY

Leonard Elton May, son of W. E. May and Ruth Ann Ruddock, was born 2 May 1935 in Gonzales County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V69N-Z6M : accessed 23 Jun 2013), Ruth Ann Ruddock in entry for Leonard Elton May, 1935.]

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Wiley H. MAY




Husband Wiley H. MAY 4451

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       Father: James F. MAY (Cir 1788-After 1870) 4451
       Mother: Charlotte WILLINGHAM (Cir 1794-1850) 4451





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Will MAY




Husband Will MAY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: William C. MAY
       Mother: Tara





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General Notes: Husband - Will MAY

Will May is named as a surviving grandchild in the April 2015 obituary of Virgil William May, Jr.
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William MAY




Husband William MAY 4451

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       Father: John D. MAY (Bef 1755-1825) 110
       Mother: Frances O'DANIEL (Cir 1760-1836) 110





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"He did not marry. He left his estate to his siblings."
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William A. MAY and Emma Louise PITTMAN




Husband William A. MAY

         Born: Oct 1854 - Alabama
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Wife Emma Louise PITTMAN

         Born: May 1878 - Alabama
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1 F Marie Louise MAY

         Born: Nov 1897 - Alabama
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         Died: Oct 1979 - Jefferson County, Alabama
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       Spouse: Capt. Vincent Hardy BELL, Jr., USA, WWI (1884-1925)
         Marr: 23 Jun 1916 - Lowndes County, Alabama
       Spouse: Lt, j. g. Robert Gustave BUSCHATZKY, USNRF, WWI (1892-Bef 1954)
         Marr: Between 1925 and 1930
       Spouse: Raymond Ellis WALKER (1899-1985)
         Marr: After 1954



General Notes: Husband - William A. MAY

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MX8G-5KP : accessed 11 Apr 2014), William A May, Sandy Ridge, Lowndes, Alabama, United States; citing sheet 9B, family 167, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1820029.
William A May Head W M 67 Widowed AL SC GA

William A. May died 2 July 1924 in Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama at age 71. He was a son of Frank L. [sic, Elmore] May and Frances Nickson [sic, Nixon]. ["Alabama, Deaths, 1908-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDNY-49Y : accessed 17 Apr 2014), Frank L. May in entry for William A. May, 02 Jul 1924; citing reference cn 16012, Department of Health, Montgomery; FHL microfilm 1908261.]

William A. May is buried in Little Sandy Ridge Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 88563377:

In loving memory of
OUR FATHER
WILLIAM A. MAY
OCT. 11, 1854
JUL. 2, 1924

Note: "Inscription: son of Franklin Elmore & Francis L. Nixon MAY" is added, not on the headstone.

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Father
"United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MH5S-5TP : accessed 11 Apr 2014), Franklin May in household of John R Scott, Lowndes county, Lowndes, Alabama, United States; citing family 756, NARA microfilm publication M432.
John R Scott M 22 Alabama
Franklin May M 22 South Carolina

Franklin E. May married Francis Nixon on 20 November 1851 in Lowndes County, Alabama. Alabama Marriages, 1816-1957," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FQXH-CZN : accessed 17 Apr 2014), Franklin E. May and Francis Nixon, 20 Nov 1851; citing reference ; FHL microfilm 1293892.]

"United States Census, 1860," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MHDZ-V91 : accessed 14 Apr 2014), F E May, Northern Division, Lowndes, Alabama, United States; citing "1860 U.S. Federal Census - Population," Fold3.com; p. 20, household ID 171, NARA microfilm publication M653; FHL microfilm 803014. Series: M653 Roll: 14 Page: 506 Hayneville P O
190 171 F E May 33 M Farmer 5070 SC
F L " 25 F GA
M E " 5 F AL
Wm A " 9 M AL
A E " 3 F AL

1870 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Sandy Ridge Beat 10, Letohatchee P O; Series: M593 Roll: 25 Page: 510:
365 368 MAY Frank 30 M B [sic] Farmer 1500 500 SC
-- Francis 30 F W Keeping house GA
-- William 16 M W Farm laborer AL
-- Mary 14 F W Without employ AL
-- Addie 12 F W Without employ AL
-- Frankie 8 F W At home AL
-- Bamma [sic] 6 F W At home AL
-- James 8/12 M W At home AL Dec.
[The family above Franks' was Black, the B apparently carried down from above. RLD]

1880 U.S. Census, Alabama, Lowndes County, Sandy Ridge; Series: T9 Roll: 21 Page: 315:
263 270 May Frank W M 51 M Farming SC SC SC
-- Francis [sic] W F 39 Wife M Keeping house GA GA GA
-- Frankie E. W F 18 Dau At home AL SC GA
-- Florence W F 13 Dau At school AL SC GA
-- James P. W M 9 Son AL SC GA
-- Lena R. W F 7 Dau AL SC GA
-- Clarah W F 2 Dau AL SC GA
264 271 MAY, Wm A. W M 27 S Farming AL SC GA

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M9D4-BWY : accessed 17 Apr 2014), Frances L May in household of Frank E May, Precinct 11 Sandy Ridge (north part), Lowndes, Alabama, United States; citing sheet 9A, family 157, NARA microfilm publication T623, FHL microfilm 1240027.
Frank E May Head M ___ 1832 68 M 49 SC SC SC Farmer
Frances L May Wife F ___ ____ 65 M 49 9 7 GA GA GA
Jim P May Son M Dec 1870 29 S AL SC GA Farmer
Lena May Dau F May 1872 28 S AL SC GA Clerk in Dry Goods store
George Caffson [sic, Saffarans. RLD] Grandson M Nov 1883 16 AL TN AL Farm laborer

Franklin Elmore is buried in Little Sandy Ridge Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 88563502:

FRANKLIN ELMORE MAY
BORN
MAY 1, 1826
DIED
NOV. 5, 1907
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Mother:
Frances May, born about 1834, died 20 May 1922 in Dr...Es [sic], Lowndes County, Alabama at age 88. She was the wife of Frank May. ["Alabama, Deaths, 1908-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JD22-5TT : accessed 15 Apr 2014), Frances May, 20 May 1922; citing reference cn 9377, Department of Health, Montgomery; FHL microfilm 1908239.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 88563573 lists Frances' burial in Little Sandy Ridge Cemetery, Fort Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama. The memorial has this note: "nee Francis L. NIXON, wife of Franklin Elmore MAY, m November 20, 1851." The memorial links to that of a daughter Florence Bama May Maynard (1866 - 1961). Contrary to the death record, it lists her age as 86 years.

Family marriages?:
Addie E. May married J. M. Harrison on 24 Jan 1877 in Lowndes County, Alabama ["Alabama, Marriages, 1816-1957," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FQ85-JNL : accessed 17 Apr 2014), J. M. Harrison and Addie E. May, 24 Jan 1877; citing reference ; FHL microfilm 1293894.]
Bama May married J. L. Maynard on 26 Jan 1887 in Lowndes County, Alabama. ["Alabama, Marriages, 1816-1957," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FQ85-5TR : accessed 17 Apr 2014), J. L. Maynard and Bama May, 26 Jan 1887; citing reference ; FHL microfilm 1293894.]

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Brother, died young.
MAY, G. H., son of F. E. & F. L. MAY, November 28, 1874, February 6, 1880. [http://files.usgwarchives.org/al/lowndes/cemeteries/lsandyrg.txt]

Sister:
Florence Bama Maynard died 11 August 1961 in Andalusia, Covington County, Alabama at age 94. She was adaughter of Frank May and Francis [sic] Nixon. ["Alabama, Deaths, 1908-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JF9G-Z9K : accessed 17 Apr 2014), Frank May in entry for Florence Bama Maynard, 11 Aug 1961; citing reference 16772, Department of Health, Montgomery; FHL microfilm 1908963.]

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James Preston May died 14 Feb 1948 in Ft. Deposit, Lowndes County, Alabama at age 77. He was a son of Franklin E. May and Frances Nixon. ["Alabama, Deaths, 1908-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J695-8VJ : accessed 17 Apr 2014), Franklin E. May in entry for James Preston May, 14 Feb 1948; citing reference cn 5821, Department of Health, Montgomery; FHL microfilm 1908828.]

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Sister:
Mary Ella Saffarreans [sic], born 30 August 1855 in Lowndes County, Alabama, died May 1920 in Greenville, Butler County, Alabama at age 66 years and 8 months. She was the widow of E. H. Saffareans and a daughter of Frank May and Frances Nickels [sic, Nixon]. Her father was born in South Carolina and her mother in Georgia. Mary Ella was a resident of Fort Dale. She was buried 28 May 1920 in Greenville, Alabama. ["Alabama, Deaths, 1908-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JD28-6MV : accessed 17 Apr 2014), Frank May in entry for Mary Ella Saffarreans, May 1920; citing reference cn 9436, Department of Health, Montgomery; FHL microfilm 1908220.
Mary May Saffarans, Birth: Aug. 31, 1853; Death: May 2, 1920; Burial: Magnolia Cemetery, Greenville, Butler County, Alabama. Find A Grave Memorial# 55708228
Mother of "George Caffson [sic, Saffarans. RLD] Grandson M Nov 1883 16 AL TN AL Farm laborer" as listed in the 1900 census household of her brother,William A. May.
"C H Saffarrans, age 51, male, single, US Citizen, last residence, Memphis, Tenn., going home to Memphis, Tenn." ["Louisiana, New Orleans Passenger Lists, 1820-1945," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/27F3-9PF : accessed 18 Apr 2014), ??? - C H Saffarrans, 1906; citing New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, United States, Prince Arthur Ship, NARA microfilm publication T905, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.; FHL microfilm 001454866,]


General Notes: Child - Marie Louise MAY

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M9DK-FD2 : accessed 11 Apr 2014), Marie A May in household of William A May, Montgomery city Ward 5, Montgomery, Alabama, United States; citing sheet 19B, family 469, NARA microfilm publication T623, FHL microfilm 1240033.
624 Jefferson 367 469 MAY, William A. Head W M Oct 1854 45 M 6 AL SC SC
-- Emma L. Wife W F May 1878 22 M 6 3 2 AL GA AL
-- William F. Son W M Sept 1895 4 S AL AL AL
-- Marie A. Dau W F Nov 1897 2 S AL AL AL

"As an anecdote, I learned from my mother (Eda Claire Buschatzky Smith) that not only did my grandmother, born as Marie Louise May, not have a birth certificate (the first records of her shows up in the 1900 census at age 2 years), but she was not originally named Marie LOUISE May but was originally Marie ANTOINETTE May... According to my mother, her mother's middle name was changed from "Antoinette" to "Louise" when Marie May was 12 years old apparently because her mother took her to a fortune teller and was told that if she went through life with the name "Marie Antoinette" she would end up either a suicide or mass murderer." [Colin K. Smith, email, 26 February 2014]

"Marie Walker, died in 1979 in Birmingham, AL after having spent about 18 months in a nursing home (she went in around Christmas 1977.)" [Colin K. Smith, email, 22 April 2014]

Marie Walker, born 22 November 1897, died in October 1979 at age 82. Her last residence was in Jefferson County, Alabama 35223. Social Security Number 078-24-6330 was issued in New York. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VMKC-G2X : accessed 22 Apr 2014), null, Oct 1979; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).

Vincent Hardy Bell and "Marie Mary Bell Bushatzky Walker" [*] are named as parents in the September 9, 2010 obituary of Marie Bell Davis.
[* The reference to "Marie MARY Bell Bushatzky Walker" in the obit for Marie Bell Davis is wrong. My grandmother's full name was "MARIE Louise MAY (maiden name) Bell (1st husband) Buschatzky (2nd husband) Walker (3rd husband)." [Colin K. Smith, email, 25 February 2014]

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William Stephen MAY




Husband William Stephen MAY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: W. E. MAY
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General Notes: Husband - William Stephen MAY

William Stephen May, son of W. E. May and Ruth Ann Ruddock, was born 30 August 1933 in Gonzales County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V8Z4-R9G : accessed 23 Jun 2013), Ruth Ann Ruddock in entry for William Stephen May, 1933.]

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William Mitchell WARNER and Patricia MAYBERRY




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       Father: Norman Joseph WARNER, Jr. (1914-1972)
       Mother: Helen Nadine LOMINACK


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1 F Ambra Shea WARNER (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Laurie Hope WARNER (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M William Mitchell WARNER (details suppressed for this person)

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James Edward TIETJEN and Doris Loretta MAYER




Husband James Edward TIETJEN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: James Edward TIETJEN (1887-1974)
       Mother: Tillie Louise DEBELL (1886-1978)


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Milton Cooper MAYES, Jr. and Angelina Wannamaker WATSON




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Wife Angelina Wannamaker WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Whitefield W. WATSON (1872-      )
       Mother: Mary Henley DIBBLE (      -      )




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Bessie MAYFIELD




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Wife Bessie MAYFIELD 4264

         Born: Abt 1895 - Alabama 4264
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       Father: Benjamin Fitzpatrick ELMORE (1861-1943) 2283
       Mother: Elizabeth Bostick WILLETT (1870-1951) 3039




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General Notes: Wife - Bessie MAYFIELD

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Marengo County, Demopolis; Series: T624 Roll: 24 Page: 63:
102 102 Elmore, Benj. F., Head M W 49 M1 16 yrs Lawyer AL SC SC;
Elmore, Bessie W., Wife F W 38 M1 16 yrs Mother of 4, 3 living AL TN AL;
Elmore, Willitt, Son M W 14 S AL AL AL;
Elmore, Albert A., Son M W 12 S AL AL AL;
Elmore, Elizabeth W., Daughter F W 3 S AL AL AL;
MAYFIELD, Bessie, Adopted Daughter F W 14 S AL MO AL (This surname is difficult to read, but indexed at Heritage Quest as MAYFIELD. RLD) (in 1920, this adopted daughter is living next door to Benjamin and Bessie Elmore. She is married to Clarence Hinig[?] and they have a son named Benjamin Elmore Hinig[?]. I found them in 1930 in Wayne County, Michigan, Clarence Henig, wife Elizabeth, son Elmore and son Clarence W. [A Deep South Genealogy: Updated: 2006-03-13 Contact: Ronald D. Bridges, bridgesrd@knology.net]
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Elizabeth H. MAYFIELD




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Wife Elizabeth H. MAYFIELD

         Born: Jul 1875 - Owen County, Indiana
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       Father: Pvt Joseph Harvey MAYFIELD, USA (cal 1846-1911)
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth HALBERT (1850-1901)




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Fred H. MAYFIELD




Husband Fred H. MAYFIELD

         Born: Apr 1883 - Owen County, Indiana
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       Father: Pvt Joseph Harvey MAYFIELD, USA (cal 1846-1911)
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth HALBERT (1850-1901)





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General Notes: Husband - Fred H. MAYFIELD

"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MKPY-8LN : accessed 24 February 2015), Robert R Mayfield, Indianapolis Ward 9, Marion, Indiana, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 157, sheet 9B, family 241, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,374,381.
Robert R Mayfield Head M 31 IN
Amelia E Mayfield Wife F 29 IN
Loren R Mayfield Son M 8 IN
Martha M Mayfield Dau F 6 IN
Hubert F Mayfield Son M 3 IN
Fred H Mayfield Brother M Single 27 IN
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Isaac MAYFIELD




Husband Isaac MAYFIELD 2460

         Born: Abt 1760 - Pennsylvania
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General Notes: Husband - Isaac MAYFIELD

In 1850 Isaac MAYFIELD, 90, born Pennsylvania, lives in the home of Richard and Elizabeth Halbert BAGLY in Lewis County, Kentucky.
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Loren R. MAYFIELD and Bertha E. PAULEY




Husband Loren R. MAYFIELD

         Born: 19 May 1901 - Indiana
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         Died: 27 Jan 1977 - San Diego County, California
     Cremated: 31 Jan 1977 - San Diego County, California


       Father: Robert Ray MAYFIELD (1879-1950)
       Mother: Amelia E. SHEPPARD (1881-1960)


     Marriage: Abt 1922



Wife Bertha E. PAULEY

          AKA: Betty PAULEY
         Born: 13 Oct 1896 - Kanawha County, West Virginia
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         Died: 2 Jun 1946 - Hamilton County, Ohio
       Buried: 5 Jun 1946 - Greenlawn Cemetery, Clermont County, Ohio


Children
1 M Robert E. MAYFIELD

         Born: 14 Jun 1922 - Summit County, Ohio
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         Died: 24 Jun 1922 - Summit County, Ohio
       Buried: 24 Jun 1922 - Mount Peace Cemetery, Summit County, Ohio



2 M Richard A. MAYFIELD (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Loren R. MAYFIELD

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KW6H-6H3 : accessed 24 February 2015), Robert R Mayfield, Milford Village, Miami Township, Clermont, Ohio, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 13-11, sheet 20A, family 452, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 3041.
Robert R Mayfield Head M 61 IN
Amelia E Mayfield Wife F 59 IN
Loren R Mayfield Son M 38 IN
Bertha Mayfield Dau-in-law F 44 WV
Richard Mayfield Grandson M 16 OH

Loren R. Mayfield is named as a brother in the 1963 obituary notice of Hubert F. Mayfield.

Loren R Mayfield born 19 May 1901 in Indiana, died 27 January 1977 in San Diego County, Cailfornia. ["California, Death Index, 1940-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VP23-P6F : accessed 24 February 2015), Loren R Mayfield, 27 Jan 1977; Department of Public Health Services, Sacramento.]

Deaths and Funerals
Loren R. Mayfield. Survived by wife, Thelma E. Mayfield; son Richard A. Mayfield. Step-daughter, Mrs. elaine D. Burnett; sister, Mrs. Martha Edwards and three grandchildren. Masonic services Mon. 10 a.m. Beardsley-Mitchell Funeral Home. Inurnment. [The San Diego Union, San Diego, California, Sunday, January 30, 1977, Page 109]


General Notes: Wife - Bertha E. PAULEY

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M994-MNF : accessed 24 February 2015), Perry C Pauley, Fairfield Township Lafayette city Ward 3, Tippecanoe, Indiana, United States; citing sheet 21B, family 485, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,240,405.
Perry C Pauley Head M Nov 1864 35 M 8 WV -- --
Gracie Pauley Wife F June 1875 24 M 8 3 3 WV WV WV
Maude Pauley Dau F Jan 1894 6 S WV WV WV
Bertha Pauley Dau F Oct 1895 4 S WV WV WV
Zena Pauley Dau May 1898 2 S WV WV WV

Bertha became Betty at some point. Her middle initial is E., possibly for Elizabeth, hence "Betty? She was named as "Bertha E. Pauley" on the death ceertificate of her son, Robert E. Mayfield in 1922.

Mrs. Betty [sic] Mayfield, born 13 October 1896 in Lafayette, Indiana [*], died 2 June 1946 in Christ Hostipal, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, at age 49 years, 6 months, and 19 days. She was a daughter of Perry Pauley and Grace Garrett and the wife of Loren Robert Mayfield, age 45. Her parents were born in Charleston, West Virginia. Betty was a resident of Milford, Clermont County, Ohio. Informant was Robert Mayfield. Interment was in Greenlawn Cemetery, Milford, Ohio on 5 june 1946. ["Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XX9B-JGS : accessed 24 February 2015), Loren Robert Mayfield in entry for Betty Mayfield, 02 Jun 1946; citing , reference Certificate; FHL microfilm 2,372,810.]
[*Bertha was born in Kanawha County, West Virginia. Her family moved to Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana before the 1900 census.

A picture of Betty's headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 139548926:
BETTY E. MAYFIELD
1897 -1946


General Notes: Child - Robert E. MAYFIELD

Robert E. Mayfield, son of Loran R. Mayfield and Bertha E. Pauley, was born 14 June 1922 in Akron Ohio, and died 24 June 1922 in Akron, Summit County, Ohio. Interment was in Mount Peace Cemetery on 24 June 1922. ["Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X85G-YYH : accessed 24 February 2015), Bertha E Pauley in entry for Robert E Mayfield, 24 Jun 1922; citing Akron, Summit, Ohio, reference fn 35657; FHL microfilm 1,992,026.]


General Notes: Child - Richard A. MAYFIELD

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KW6H-6H3 : accessed 24 February 2015), Robert R Mayfield, Milford Village, Miami Township, Clermont, Ohio, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 13-11, sheet 20A, family 452, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 3041.
Robert R Mayfield Head M 61 IN
Amelia E Mayfield Wife F 59 IN
Loren R Mayfield Son M 38 IN
Bertha Mayfield Dau-in-law F 44 WV
Richard Mayfield Grandson M 16 OH

Richard A. Mayfield is named as a surviving son in the 1977 obituary of Loren R. Mayfield.
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Zimri TATE, Sr. and Martha MAYFIELD




Husband Zimri TATE, Sr.

         Born: Abt 1744 - St. Paul's Parish, Louisa County, Virginia
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         Died: Abt 1801 - Elbert County, Georgia
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       Father: William TATE (1716-1781)
       Mother: Lucy BULLOCK (Cir 1720-      )


     Marriage: Bef 1769



Wife Martha MAYFIELD

         Born: Abt 1749 - Virginia
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         Died: 
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Children
1 F Elizabeth TATE

         Born: Abt 1777
   Christened: 
         Died: 1830 - Dallas County, Alabama
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Archibald RIDDLE (1762-Bef 1826)
         Marr: Abt 1800 - Petersburg, Elbert County. Georgia


2 F Nancy Ann TATE

         Born: 29 Jul 1769 - Louisa County, Virginia
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         Died: 26 Oct 1824
       Buried: 



3 M Mayfield TATE

         Born: Abt 1771
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         Died: 
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4 M Thomas J. TATE

         Born: Abt 1773 - Louisa County, Virginia
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         Died: 8 Jun 1820 - Elbert County, Georgia
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5 M Zimri TATE, Jr.

         Born: Abt 1775 - Louisa County, Virginia
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         Died: Abt 1826 - Elbert County, Georgia
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6 M Enos TATE

         Born: Abt 1781 - Louisa County, Virginia
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         Died: Abt 1845 - Elbert County, Georgia
       Buried: 



7 F Martha TATE

         Born: 6 Aug 1782 - St. Paul's Parish, Hanover County, Virginia
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         Died: 11 May 1839 - Dallas County, Alabama
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Major James HATCHER (Abt 1775-1838)
         Marr: Abt 1801



General Notes: Husband - Zimri TATE, Sr.

"Updike, Vol. 1. Zimri, Sr. (Updike #117), was the son of William Tate (U # 26), who was the son of Robert (U # 8), who was the son of James III (U # 5), son of James II (U # 2), Son of James the Immigrant who came on the "Ann and Elizabeth" to VA on 27 Apr. 1635.
According to Updike, Zimri, Sr. served with Washington at Valley Forge. He married Martha Mayfield, d/o Abraham and Ann Mayfield.
Zimri, Jr. mar. (1) Clarissa McClendon d/o Isaac and Eliz (Stribling) McClendon (also spelled McLendon). Married (2) 28 Oct 1809 Susan D. Tate, a cousin. Married (3) Martha (Patsy) Owen, 14 May 1817. Martha married 3 May 1827 a Beverly Crenshaw Cook.
The Zimri you mention who married Rebecca McKinley is Zimri. M. (U # 916), the son of Zimri, Jr. and half brother of Martha Jane (U # 919). Martha Jane is known to be the daughter of Susan Tate as she is mentioned in a letter from Enos Tate, an uncle, as the children of Susan D. Tate dec'd. She married 29 Dec. 1831 William A. Johnson." (Genealogy.com, genforum: Re: Zimri Tate Sr William S. Tate </cgi-genforum/email.cgi?276125148> Date: June 26, 2001 at 17:35:56)

File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by: Dixie Tait Kirton leetait@alltel.net April 4, 2004, 10:29 pm Author: Mrs. Ethel Updike The Tate Families of Elbert County, Georgia. Part One Tate and Allied Families of the South Ethel S. Updike 1971 Published by The Hobby Press Salt Lake City, Utah Vol. 1 ----- Pg. 13
Pg 37 ZIMRI TATE, b. ca 1744, St. Paul's Parish, Louis Co., VA. On 08 May 1789 Wm. Tate of Louisa Co., to my son Zimri Tate 150 Acres adj, my bros. James Tate and Wm. Hughes. He was ex. of his father Wm. Tate's will in 1780: the will was lost and he was appointed adm. He was a patriot, served with Washington's Army at Valley Forge. md Ca 1768 Martha Mayfield b. ca. 1749 VA dtr of Abraham and Ann Mayfield of St. Thomas Parish Orange Co., VA. Abraham Mayfield settled in Warren Co., N.C. where he md. 2nd w. Polly, ch: Mary Jackson, Catherine Dye, Thomas, John and Edmund Mayfield. ex. sons, wit. James Ellis and John Mason. Katey Mayfield md 11 July 1783 Martin Dye, Jane Mayfield md 15 Aug. 1788 Peter Daniel. On July 1783 Zimri Tate's Brother James Tate gave his three eldest sons a legacy viz: Mayfield, Thomas and Zimri Tate. On 10 Aug. 1791 Zimri and w. Martha Tate sold 215 acres on So. Side of Nouthern River and 233 acres adj. Enos and Agnes Tate land. The following year they were residents of Elbert Co., (1792) GA. His will 02 Oct. 1792 Elbert Co., GA prob. 27 Nov. 1801 wife Martha., ch: Thomas Tate, Nancy McGehee, Virginia currency and to each of my children as they come of age, ex. w. Martha, son Thomas and bro. James Tate wit. A Colson, William H. Tate and Richard McGehee. It is obvious he did not name all of his children, his bro. James died 1798 and it is not known why Thomas Tate, his son, did not qualify as ex., however on 12 May 1800 Isaac Morris, vs. Zimri Tate son and adm. with will annexed of Zimri Tate dec'd and representative of said decedent viz: Thomas Tate, Samuel McGehee and w. Ann, Eliza., Enos, Martha and James Tate infants of tender years. Commonwealth of VA. 18 Nov 1801 James Banks and David Hudson gentlemen justices of Elbert CO., GA whereas: Martha, Zimri, Thomas and Enos Tate, Samuel McGehee, Archibald Riddle and w. Elizabeth, James Hatcher and w. Martha, by their deed to Isaac Morris signed their right of dower as heirs of Zimri Tate dec'd. It is interesting to note that James Tate is not mentioned in the last document and Elizabeth and Martha Tate both married between 12 May 1800 and 18 Nov 1801 though the records do not reveal their nuptials. REF: Elbert Co., will bk. A pg 122, bk B pg. 88, 242, 345, Children Born: Louisa Co., VA. Nancy Tate b 29 July 1769 md 12 Feb 1789 Samuel McGehee Mayfield Tate b. ca. 1771 mentioned by his gt. uncle James Tate in 1776 Thomas J. Tate b. ca. 1773 md 19 Oct 1793 Pamelia Yarbrough Zimri Tate Jr. b. ca. 1775 md 1st Claressa Mc Clendon Elizabeth Tate b. ca. 1777 md 1800 Archibald Riddle Enos Tate Jr. b 1781 md 8 Aug. 1806 Mary Jane TATE Martha Tate 06 Aug 1782 chr. 19 May 1783 md 1801 James Hatcher James Tate b. ca. 1784 mentioned 12 May 1800 but not mentioned 18 Nov 1801



General Notes: Child - Elizabeth TATE

Elizabeth TATE was married to Archibald RIDDLE. Early Records of Georgia page 89 of minutes of inferior court" Archibald RIDDLE, dec'd Anderson and Elizabeth RIDDLE appointed Admrs. 14 July 1826, In the origianl papers section"Archibald RIDDLE,dec'd estate Thomas WOOTEN and Anderson RIDDLE, admrs. Inventory 31 Oct,1826 division of Slaves 6 Jan. 1827. Elizabeth RIDDLE, widow, Parmelia E. and Fannie RIDDLE, daughters,Anderson RIDDLE, son and Levi PARKS , in right of his wife Martha B. , daughter of said dec'd. Anderson RIDDLE's bond as guardian of Parmelia and Fannie RIDDLE,7 Jan. 1828. (Robert E. Hatcher, email)

"According to Dallas county, Alabama, Genealogical Records, Vol II, Notes from Will Book A, page 76, shows on 7th 1830 the will of Elizabeth RIDDLE and mentions daughters Martha B. PARKS, Elizabeth P. RIDDLE, and Frances RIDDLE, as well as granddaughter Sarah PARK. The executors of the will were Enos TATE and James HATCHER. Witnesses to the will were William W. OLDS, Beth'le HOLMES, and Jno. HATCHER." (Letter to Lyn Rice, 7 Feb 2000.)

Tate and Allied Families of the South Ethel S. Updike 1971 Published by The Hobby Press Salt Lake City, Utah Vol 1 ----- pg 13 The Tate Family of Elbert CO., Georgia -
Pg. 80 ELIZABETH TATE, b. ca. 1777 Louisa Co., VA. migrated with her parents to Elbert Co., Ga. She was named as a distributee in her fathers estate. She md. 1800 Archibald Riddle, b. ca. 1773 of Elbert Co., GA., he died intestate 1826. On 14 July 1826 Elbert Co., GA, Elizabeth, the wid., and son Anderson Riddlbe adm., Inv. 31 Oct 1826. On 6 Jan 1827 div. of slaves occurred, viz Eliz. the wid., Permelia E., Fannie and Anderson Riddle and Levi Parks w. Martha B. nee Riddle. Some of the children settled in Monroe Co., GA. REF: Elbert Co., GA. will bk B pg. 88, deed bk F pg. 75, bk. G p. 106, Louisa Co., VA. deed bk, J. 340 Children Born:
Anderson Riddle b. ca. 1801 md 21 Feb 1815
Sarah Y. Tate Martha B. Riddle b. ca. 1803 md 29 Mar. 1821 Levi Parks
Permelia E. Riddle b. ca. 1805
Fannie Riddle b. ca. 1807


General Notes: Child - Zimri TATE, Jr.

Zimri, Jr. mar. (1) Clarissa McClendon d/o Isaac and Eliz (Stribling) McClendon (also spelled McLendon). Married (2) 28 Oct 1809 Susan D. Tate, a cousin. Married (3) Martha (Patsy) Owen, 14 May 1817. Martha married 3 May 1827 a Beverly Crenshaw Cook.


General Notes: Child - Martha TATE

Obituary, Dallas County, Alabama from Selma Free Press Selma, Alabama Date: May 18,1839 "Died at her residence ,on the eleventh instant Mrs. Martha Hatcher, relict of the late Major James Hatcher. She had nearly completed her 57th year of her age, more than 20 of which had been spent in this county. She was a member of the Methodist Church.

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Mary Pearl MAYFIELD




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Wife Mary Pearl MAYFIELD

         Born: Abt 1873 - Owen County, Indiana
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       Father: Pvt Joseph Harvey MAYFIELD, USA (cal 1846-1911)
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth HALBERT (1850-1901)




Children

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Richard A. MAYFIELD




Husband Richard A. MAYFIELD (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Loren R. MAYFIELD (1901-1977)
       Mother: Bertha E. PAULEY (1896-1946)





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General Notes: Husband - Richard A. MAYFIELD

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KW6H-6H3 : accessed 24 February 2015), Robert R Mayfield, Milford Village, Miami Township, Clermont, Ohio, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 13-11, sheet 20A, family 452, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 3041.
Robert R Mayfield Head M 61 IN
Amelia E Mayfield Wife F 59 IN
Loren R Mayfield Son M 38 IN
Bertha Mayfield Dau-in-law F 44 WV
Richard Mayfield Grandson M 16 OH

Richard A. Mayfield is named as a surviving son in the 1977 obituary of Loren R. Mayfield.
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Robert E. MAYFIELD




Husband Robert E. MAYFIELD

         Born: 14 Jun 1922 - Summit County, Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 Jun 1922 - Summit County, Ohio
       Buried: 24 Jun 1922 - Mount Peace Cemetery, Summit County, Ohio


       Father: Loren R. MAYFIELD (1901-1977)
       Mother: Bertha E. PAULEY (1896-1946)





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Children

General Notes: Husband - Robert E. MAYFIELD

Robert E. Mayfield, son of Loran R. Mayfield and Bertha E. Pauley, was born 14 June 1922 in Akron Ohio, and died 24 June 1922 in Akron, Summit County, Ohio. Interment was in Mount Peace Cemetery on 24 June 1922. ["Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X85G-YYH : accessed 24 February 2015), Bertha E Pauley in entry for Robert E Mayfield, 24 Jun 1922; citing Akron, Summit, Ohio, reference fn 35657; FHL microfilm 1,992,026.]

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Robert Emmit MAYFIELD




Husband Robert Emmit MAYFIELD (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Hubert F. MAYFIELD (1906-1963)
       Mother: Ruby M. BOYLES (1912-1965)





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General Notes: Husband - Robert Emmit MAYFIELD

Robert Emmit Mayfield was born 17 July 1939 in San Diego, California. his mother's maiden name was Boyle. ["California, Birth Index, 1905-1995," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V2QL-WMQ : accessed 25 February 2015), Robert Emmit Mayfield, 17 Jul 1939; citing San Diego, California, United States, Department of Health Services, Vital Statistics Department, Sacramento.]

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Robert Ray MAYFIELD and Amelia E. SHEPPARD




Husband Robert Ray MAYFIELD

         Born: 25 Mar 1879 - Owen County, Indiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 Apr 1950 - Clermont County, Ohio
       Buried: 22 Apr 1950 - Greenlawn Cemetery, Clermont County, Ohio


       Father: Pvt Joseph Harvey MAYFIELD, USA (cal 1846-1911)
       Mother: Mary Elizabeth HALBERT (1850-1901)


     Marriage: 24 Dec 1899 - Owen County, Indiana



Wife Amelia E. SHEPPARD

          AKA: Bessie RHEPPART
         Born: Feb 1881 - Indiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 Jun 1960 - Clermont County, Ohio
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Loren R. MAYFIELD

         Born: 19 May 1901 - Indiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 Jan 1977 - San Diego County, California
     Cremated: 31 Jan 1977 - San Diego County, California
       Spouse: Bertha E. PAULEY (1896-1946)
         Marr: Abt 1922


2 F Martha M. MAYFIELD

         Born: 16 Oct 1903 - Indiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 Sep 1986 - Hamilton County, Ohio
     Cremated:  - Hamilton County, Ohio
       Spouse: Clyde B. EDWARDS (1900-1964)
         Marr: Bef 1930


3 M Hubert F. MAYFIELD

         Born: 22 Dec 1906 - Indiana
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 Mar 1963 - San Diego County, California
     Cremated: 14 Mar 1963 - San Diego County, California
       Spouse: Ruby M. BOYLES (1912-1965)
         Marr: Cir 1937



General Notes: Husband - Robert Ray MAYFIELD

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M9M2-XZV : accessed 24 February 2015), Robert Mayfield, Washington Township Spencer city Ward 1-3, Owen, Indiana, United States; citing sheet 5B, family 45, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,240,396.
Robert Mayfield Head M Mar 1879 21 M 0 IN IN IN Blacksmith
Bessie Mayfield Wife F Feb 1881 19 M 0 0 0 IN IN KY

"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MKPY-8LN : accessed 24 February 2015), Robert R Mayfield, Indianapolis Ward 9, Marion, Indiana, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 157, sheet 9B, family 241, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,374,381.
Robert R Mayfield Head M 31 IN
Amelia E Mayfield Wife F 29 IN
Loren R Mayfield Son M 8 IN
Martha M Mayfield Dau F 6 IN
Hubert F Mayfield Son M 3 IN
Fred H Mayfield Brother M 27 IN

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MDBK-BJK : accessed 24 February 2015), Robert Mayfield, Cincinnati Ward 1, Hamilton, Ohio, United States; citing sheet 5B, family 111, NARA microfilm publication T625 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,821,388.
Robert Mayfield Head M 40 IN
Amelia Mayfield Wife F 38 IN
Martha Mayfield Dau F 16 IN
Hubert Mayfield Son M 13 IN

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X4SV-K3Z : accessed 24 February 2015), Robert R Mayfield, Milford, Clermont, Ohio, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0009, sheet 13B, family 335, line 57, NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 1757; FHL microfilm 2,341,491.
Robert R Mayfield Head M 51 IN
Amelia E Mayfield Wife F 49 IN

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KW6H-6H3 : accessed 24 February 2015), Robert R Mayfield, Milford Village, Miami Township, Clermont, Ohio, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 13-11, sheet 20A, family 452, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 3041.
Robert R Mayfield Head M 61 IN
Amelia E Mayfield Wife F 59 IN
Loren R Mayfield Son M 38 IN
Bertha Mayfield Dau-in-law F 44 WV
Richard Mayfield Grandson M 16 OH

Robert Ray Mayfield, born 25 March 1879 in Spencer, Indiana, died 19 April 1950 in Clermont County, Ohio at age 71 years, 24 days. He was a son of Joseph Harvey Mayfield and Mary Elizabeth Holbert [sic, Halbert] He was married and had been a resident of Milford, Ohio for 29 years. He worked as a scale inspector and was retired from the Pennsylvania Railroad. Informant was Loren R. Mayfield. Interment was in Greenlawn Cemetery, Milford, Clermont County, Ohio, on 22 April 1950. ["Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X6T8-RZC : accessed 24 February 2015), Robert Ray Mayfield, 19 Apr 1950; citing , reference Certificate; FHL microfilm 2,372,558.]

A picture of Robert's headstone, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 139548692:

MAYFIELD
ROBERT R.
1879-1950


General Notes: Wife - Amelia E. SHEPPARD

Amelia E. Mayfield died 16 Jun 1960 in Clermont County, Clermont, Ohio at age 79. She was a widow. ["Ohio, Death Index, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKT1-T8K : accessed 24 February 2015), Amelia E Mayfield, 16 Jun 1960; from "Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2007," index, Ancestry; citing vol. 16173, certificate number 40992, Ohio Historical Society, Columbus; Ohio Department of Health, State Vital Statistics Unit, Columbus.]

Amelia is buried beside her husband in Greenlawn Cemetery, Milford, Clermont County, Ohio. A pictuire of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 139548644:

MAYFIELD
AMELIA E.
1881 - 1960


Notes: Marriage

Robert R. Mayfield married Bessie Sheppard on 24 December 1899 in Spencer, Owen County, Indiana. Both were born in Spencer. Robert was a son of Joseph H. Mayfield and Mary E. Halbert. Bessie was a daughter of Harrison Sheppard and Mary Creed. H. Hight officiated. ["Indiana, Marriages, 1811-1959", index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XXJK-78V : accessed 24 February 2015), Joseph H Mayfield in entry for Robert R Mayfield and Bessie Sheppard, 1899.]


General Notes: Child - Loren R. MAYFIELD

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KW6H-6H3 : accessed 24 February 2015), Robert R Mayfield, Milford Village, Miami Township, Clermont, Ohio, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 13-11, sheet 20A, family 452, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 3041.
Robert R Mayfield Head M 61 IN
Amelia E Mayfield Wife F 59 IN
Loren R Mayfield Son M 38 IN
Bertha Mayfield Dau-in-law F 44 WV
Richard Mayfield Grandson M 16 OH

Loren R. Mayfield is named as a brother in the 1963 obituary notice of Hubert F. Mayfield.

Loren R Mayfield born 19 May 1901 in Indiana, died 27 January 1977 in San Diego County, Cailfornia. ["California, Death Index, 1940-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VP23-P6F : accessed 24 February 2015), Loren R Mayfield, 27 Jan 1977; Department of Public Health Services, Sacramento.]

Deaths and Funerals
Loren R. Mayfield. Survived by wife, Thelma E. Mayfield; son Richard A. Mayfield. Step-daughter, Mrs. elaine D. Burnett; sister, Mrs. Martha Edwards and three grandchildren. Masonic services Mon. 10 a.m. Beardsley-Mitchell Funeral Home. Inurnment. [The San Diego Union, San Diego, California, Sunday, January 30, 1977, Page 109]


General Notes: Child - Martha M. MAYFIELD

United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X4SV-W47 : accessed 25 February 2015), Martha Edwards in household of Clyde B Edwards, Milford, Clermont, Ohio, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0009, sheet 14A, family 349, line 4, NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 1757; FHL microfilm 2,341,491.
Clyde B Edwards Head M 30 OH
Martha Edwards Wife F 26 IN

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KW6C-2XY : accessed 25 February 2015), Martha Edwards in household of Clyde B Edwards, Loveland Village, Miami Township, Clermont, Ohio, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 13-10, sheet 11B, family 255, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 3041.
Clyde B Edwards Head M 39 Ohio
Martha Edwards Wife F 36 Indiana
Susan M Edwards Dau F 4 Ohio

Martha Edwards is named as a sister in the 1963 obituary notice of Hubert F. Mayfield.

Martha M. Edwards, born 16 October 1903 in Indiana, died 2 September 1986 in Montgomery, Montgomery City, Hamilton County, Ohio. She was a widow and resided at 8211 Weller Road, Montgomery, Hamilton County, Ohio. Martha was a daughter of Robert Raymond Mayfield and Amelia Sheppard. Informant was Mrs. Susan Roberts of 6826 Merwin, Cincinnati, Ohio. Cremation on 3 September 1986, Baxter Crematory, 909 East Ross Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. ["Ohio, County Death Records, 1840-2001," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F6JN-48P : accessed 25 February 2015), Martha M. Edwards, 02 Sep 1986; citing Death, Montgomery, Montgomery City, Hamilton, Ohio, United States, source ID 520, County courthouses, Ohio; FHL microfilm 1,509,002.]


General Notes: Child - Hubert F. MAYFIELD

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K98W-HS6 : accessed 24 February 2015), Hubert Mayfield, Councilmanic District 2, San Diego, San Diego Judicial Township, San Diego, California, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 62-34, sheet 15A, family 417, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 449.
Hubert Mayfield Head M 32 IN Meat cutter Retail meat market
Ruby Mayfield Wife F 27 WV
Robert Mayfield Son M 8/12 CA

Hubert F Mayfield, born 22 December 1906 in Indiana, died11 March 1963 in San Diego, California. His mother's maiden name was Sheppard. ["California, Death Index, 1940-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VP6D-KFB : accessed 24 February 2015), Hubert F Mayfield, 11 Mar 1963; Department of Public Health Services, Sacramento.]

Deaths and Funerals
Hubert F. Mayfield, Husband of Ruby M. Mayfield, Brother of Martha Edwards and Loren R. Mayfield. Services Thurs. 2 p.m. Benbough Mortuary. Cremation. [The San Diego Union, San Diego, California, Thursday, March 14, 1963, Page 45]

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Thomas Staley WOLKING and Drusilla Blakeney MAYNARD




Husband Thomas Staley WOLKING (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Drusilla Blakeney MAYNARD 323

         Born: 7 Jan 1929 - Baltimore County, Maryland 323
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         Died: 5 Sep 2011 - Anne Arundel County, Maryland
       Buried:  - Saint Stephens Episcopal Church Cemetery, Anne Arundel County, Maryland


       Father: James Leslie MAYNARD (1903-1972) 323
       Mother: Drusilla Josephine BLAKENEY (1900-1989) 323,2755




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1 F Drusilla Blakeney WOLKING (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Paul RYNARZEWSKI (living)


2 M Thomas Maynard WOLKING (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Glenna JENKINS (living)



General Notes: Husband - Thomas Staley WOLKING

Thomas S. Wolking is named as surviving husband in the 7 September 2011 obituary of Drusilla Maynard Wolking


General Notes: Wife - Drusilla Blakeney MAYNARD

Deceased sister, Drusilla M. Wolking, is named in the January 17, 2012 obituary of James Leslie "Les" Maynard, Jr.

Obituary: Drusilla Maynard Wolking, a resident of Gambrills, Annapolis, Riva and College Park, died September 5. She was born Jan. 7, 1929, in St. Agnes Hospital in Baltimore, to Drusilla Blakeney Maynard and Leslie Maynard of Gambrills. Drusilla graduated from Arundel High School in June 1945 at the age of 16. In September of that same year, she began teaching third grade, which she did for three years. She started substitute teaching in Prince George's County in 1953, and then became principal's secretary at University Park Elementary in Hyattsville and then Benjamin Tasker Middle School in Bowie. After retiring from the Prince George's County School System in 1989, she worked as a receptionist for the House Judiciary Committee of the Maryland State Legislature. She loved doing things with the family, especially when they were all together. Her pleasures through the years were water skiing, bowling, summers in Ocean City, cruising the seas, and most of all traveling throughout the beautiful United States in her and her husband's motor home. She was preceded in death by her brother, F. Alan Maynard. She is survived by her husband, Thomas S. Wolking, whom she married June 18, 1949; two children, Drusilla Rynarzewski and husband Paul of Las Vegas, NV, and Thomas M. Wolking Sr. and wife Glenna of Gambrills; two siblings, James Leslie Maynard and wife Fran of Florence, SC, and Jean Riedel and husband Jack of Tega Cay, SC; sister-in-law, Carol Maynard of Gambrills; seven grandchildren, Christina Fritz and Matthew Nichols of Odenton, Heather Roe and husband James of Lusby, Thomas M. Wolking Jr. and Wayne Fastnaught Jr. of Glen Burnie, Kimberly Burk and husband Kenneth of Glen Burnie, and Adam Rynarzewski of Las Vegas, NV; and three great-grandchildren, Lyssa Horton of Inwood, WV, Catherine Roe of Lusby and Kenneth Burk IV of Glen Burnie. Visitation will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, September 9 at Hardesty Funeral Home, 851 Annapolis Road, Gambrills. A memorial service and interment will take place at 11 a.m. on Saturday, September 10 at St. Stephens Episcopal Church, 1110 St. Stephens Church Road, Crownsville. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of the Chesapeake at www.hospice-chesapeake.org or St. Stephens Episcopal Church at www.ststephens-severn.ang-md.org. For online condolences, please visit www.hardestyfuneralhome.com
[Published in The Capital on Sept. 7, 2011]


General Notes: Child - Drusilla Blakeney WOLKING

Daughter Drusilla Rynarzewski and husband Paul of Las Vegas, NV, are named as survivors in the 7 September 2011 obituary of Drusilla Maynard Wolking.


General Notes: Child - Thomas Maynard WOLKING

Thomas M. Wolking, Sr., and wife Glenna of Gambrills, Maryland, are named as survivors in the 7 September 2011 obituary of Drusilla Maynard Wolking.
siblings, James Leslie Maynard and wife Fran of Florence, SC, and Jean Riedel and husband Jack of Tega Cay, SC; sister-in-law, Carol Maynard of Gambrills; seven grandchildren, Christina Fritz and Matthew Nichols of Odenton, Heather Roe and husband James of Lusby, Thomas M. Wolking Jr. and Wayne Fastnaught Jr. of Glen Burnie, Kimberly Burk and husband Kenneth of Glen Burnie, and Adam Rynarzewski of Las Vegas, NV; and three great-grandchildren, Lyssa Horton of Inwood, WV, Catherine Roe of Lusby and Kenneth Burk IV of Glen Burnie.
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John Jacob REIDEL and Jean Follansber MAYNARD




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       Father: James Leslie MAYNARD (1903-1972)
       Mother: Drusilla Josephine BLAKENEY (1900-1989)




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2 M Eric Alan REIDEL (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Jean Follansber MAYNARD

Sister Jean Riedel and husband Jack of Tega Cay, SC, are named as survivors in the 7 September 2011 obituary of Drusilla Maynard Wolking.

Sister, Jean M. (Jack) Ridell [sic] of Tega Cay, SC, is named as a survivor in the January 17, 2012 obituary of James Leslie "Les" Maynard, Jr.
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[James obituary includes grandchildren: H. Wesley Beasley, Jr. of Austin, TX, Megan P. Beasley. Jean Maynard's children?]

Note: The 9 January 2000 obituary of Jacqueline Blackwell Beasley, 70, mother of former South Carolina Gov. David M. Beasley lists sons H. Wesley Beasley of Florence, South Carolina, and Rick L. Beasley. [Augusta Chronicle, Augusta, Georgia, Sunday, January 9, 2000, Editions Section, Page 144]

Obituary of Richard Lee Beasley Richard Lee "Dick" Beasley, 82, of Darlington, SC died December 28, 2012... son of the late Jasper Wesley and Lois Long Beasley... After graduating from the Citadel, he enlisted in the United States Army where he served in the 8th Regimental Combat Team in Japan and Korea. Following his military service, he returned to Lamar and began his banking career in the family business, Carolina Bank and Trust. Mr. Beasley served in the South Carolina House of Representatives from 1961-1966... Following the death of his father in 1974, Mr. Beasley became the Chairman of the Board of Carolina Bank where he served until his death... Mr. Beasley is survived by his three sons, Richard L. "Rick" Beasley and wife Deborah of Florence, H. Wesley "Wes" Beasley and wife Julie of Florence, and David M. Beasley and wife Mary Wood, of Society Hill... Eleven grandchildren, Ryan Beasley and wife Sarah, Vera Herbert and husband Jamie, Jack Henry Beasley, Wesley Beasley, Megan Beasley, Daniel Beasley, Ethan Beasley, Mary Hunter Beasley, Sarah Catherine Beasley, David Beasley, Jr, and Ross Beasley; four great grandchildren, Jacqueline Herbert, James Herbert, Lilly Beasley and Beau Beasley; his sister, Belva Beasley Few of Greenwood, SC... Mr. Beasley was preceded in death by his brother, Lewis Edward Beasley. [http://www.kistlerhardeefuneralhome.com/obituaries.php?action=view&id=748]
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Ray MERRITT and Lillian MAYNARD




Husband Ray MERRITT (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Lillian MAYNARD (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: James Leslie MAYNARD, Jr., USAAC, WWII (1926-2012)
       Mother: Frances Elizabeth BOYKIN




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General Notes: Wife - Lillian MAYNARD

Daughter, Lillian M. "Lil" (Ray) Merritt of Florence, is named as a survivor in the January 17, 2012 obituary of James Leslie "Les" Maynard, Jr.

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John MILLS and Stephanie Ann MAYNARD




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Wife Stephanie Ann MAYNARD (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Francis Allen MAYNARD (1938-1994)
       Mother: Carole BENSON




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Tom MAYNARD and Lynn SULLIVAN




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Wife Lynn SULLIVAN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Howard Dean SULLIVAN, USAAC, WWII (1925-2014)
       Mother: Jane BOWER




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General Notes: Wife - Lynn SULLIVAN

Daughter Lynn Maynard and husband, Tom, of Mathews, Virginia, are named as survivors in the April 2014 obituary of Howard Dean Sullivan.

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Pvt Walter D. SPANN, CSA and Virginia Pickens MAYNARD




Husband Pvt Walter D. SPANN, CSA 2191

         Born: Abt 1844 - Edgefield County, South Carolina 2191
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       Father: Henry Russell SPANN (1818-1858) 1038
       Mother: Ellen Wallace FRAZIER (Abt 1826-      )


     Marriage: 17 Jan 1865 - Edgefield County, South Carolina



Wife Virginia Pickens MAYNARD

         Born: 8 Jan 1845 - Abbeville County, South Carolina
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         Died: 23 Feb 1928 - Greenwood County, South Carolina
       Buried: 24 Feb 1927 - Damascus Baptist Church Cemetery, Greenwood County, South Carolina


Children

General Notes: Husband - Pvt Walter D. SPANN, CSA

Walter D. SPANN (b. ca. 1845; d. bef 1893), born in Edgefield County, S. C., served as a private in Company K. Lamar's Second Regiment of South Carolina Artillery, during the War Between the States. (Chapman's History of Edgefield County, S. C., page 499.) (Judy Spence, j_spnc@yahoo.com)

Private W.D. Spann, Confederate Military Service, 2nd Regiment, South Carolina (Also known as 1 S.C. Art'y. Company K. ["United States Civil War Soldiers Index, 1861-1865," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FSN7-6ZF : accessed 14 Oct 2014), W.D. Spann, 1861-1865; citing military unit 2nd Regiment, South Carolina Artillery, Confederate Soldier, NARA microfilm publication M381, roll 30 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d); FHL microfilm 881996.]

"Spann Walter D 2" named in a list of uncalled for letters in the Charleston, South Carolina Post Ofiice. [The Charleston Mercury, Charleston, Souht Carolina, Friday, September 9, 1864, Page 2]

Walter D. Spann married Virginia P. Maynard on 17 January 1865 [Edgefield Mar Rec/Pottersville Museum]

This compiler has found no records for Walter D. Spann after the marriage record above.

Walter is presumed deceased before 1896. In the 1900 census, Virginia is married to John Oakley and lives in Lincoln County, Washington. She and John had been married for 4 years.


General Notes: Wife - Virginia Pickens MAYNARD

In the 1850 census of Abbeville County, South Carolina, Virginia P Maynard, age 5, resides in the household of Edna Caldwell, age 51, born in South Carolina. South Carolina. Virginia, daughter of James Madison Maynard and Charlotte S. Caldwell, is likely Edna's granddaughter.

In the 1860 census of Abbeville District, South Carolina, Virginia P. Maynard, age 14, resides in the household of George R. Caldwell, age 31.

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MMP2-ZVG : accessed 14 Oct 2014), Virginia P Oakley in household of John Oakley, Davenport and Union Precincts; Moscon town Davenport town, Lincoln, Washington, United States; citing sheet 7B, family 186, NARA microfilm publication T623, FHL microfilm 1241747. District: 37 , Sheet Number and Letter: 7B , Household ID: 186 , Line Number: 83 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: T623 , GS Film Number: 1241747 , Digital Folder Number: 004118876 , Image Number: 00355
OAKLEY John Head W M Mar 1832 M 4 NY NY VT Wheelwright
-- Virginia P. Wife W F Jan 1846 54 M 4 0 0 SC SC SC

Virginia Maynard Oakley, born 8 January 1846 in South Carolina, died 23 February 1927 in Phoenix Township, Greenwood County, South Carolina at age 81 years, 1 month, and 15 days. She was a daughter of Jas. Maynard and Charlotte Caldwell, both born in South Carolina. Virginia was a widow. Informant was Miss Sallie Stallworth of Greenwood, South Carolina. Interment was in Damascus Cemetery on 24 February 1927. ["South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1943," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N9NC-98G : accessed 14 Oct 2014), Virginia Maynard Oakley, 23 Feb 1927; citing Phoenix Twp., Greenwood Co., South Carolina, 2259, Department of Archives and History, State Records Center, Columbia; FHL microfilm 1913676.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 125003547 records Virginia's burial in Damascus Baptist Church Cemetery, Phoenix,
Greenwood County, South Carolina.

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ID: I166 Name: Virginia Pickens Maynard Name: Virginia Pickens Spann Name: Virginia Pickens Oakley Sex: F Change Date: 12 APR 2005 Birth: JAN 1846 in Abbeville District, South Carolina Death: AFT 23 JAN 1920 in Lincoln County?, Washington?
Father: James Madison Maynard b: 02 FEB 1816 in Edgefield District, South Carolina
Mother: Charlotte S. Caldwell b: 04 NOV 1818 in South Carolina
Marriage 1 Walter D. Spann b: ABT 1846 in Edgefield District, South Carolina
Married: 17 JAN 1865 in Edgefield District, South Carolina
Marriage 2 John Oakley b: MAR 1832 in New York
Married: ABT 1896
(Nicholas Maynard of Edgefield District, South Carolina, and Descendants, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=scmaynards&id=I167)
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Ellen Robison MAYO




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Wife Ellen Robison MAYO 3293

         Born: 20 Sep 1839 - Wilkes County, Georgia
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       Father: David MAYO (1795-1868) 3293
       Mother: Maria Julia BRUCKNER (1806-1890) 3293




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General Notes: Wife - Ellen Robison MAYO

Ellen Robinson MAYO (Source: Bible of David Mayo, in possession of Carol Poe in Macon, Ga..), born September 20, 1839 in Washington, Wilkes County, Georgia (Source: Bible of David Mayo, in possession of Carol Poe in Macon, Ga..); died August 19, 1844 (Source: Bible of David Mayo, in possession of Carol Poe in Macon, Ga..).
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Frances Augusta MAYO




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Wife Frances Augusta MAYO 3293

         Born: 4 Sep 1847 - Wilkes County, Georgia
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       Father: David MAYO (1795-1868) 3293
       Mother: Maria Julia BRUCKNER (1806-1890) 3293




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General Notes: Wife - Frances Augusta MAYO

Fannie Augusta Mayo (Source: Bible of David Mayo, in possession of Carol Poe in Macon, Ga..), born September 04, 1847 in Washington, Wilkes County, Georgia (Source: Bible of David Mayo, in possession of Carol Poe in Macon, Ga..); died February 21, 1892 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia (Source: Bible of David Mayo, in possession of Carol Poe in Macon, Ga..). Also in the bible is a printed "remembrance card" : Fannie A. Mayo, died Feb 21, 1892
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George Edmonds Smith MAYO




Husband George Edmonds Smith MAYO

         Born: 1831
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       Father: Thompson MAYO (1774-1843) 1871
       Mother: Nancy Ann PEARSON (1788-After 1860) 1294,1871





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Grace Thompson Pearson MAYO




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Wife Grace Thompson Pearson MAYO

         Born: 1820
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       Father: Thompson MAYO (1774-1843) 1871
       Mother: Nancy Ann PEARSON (1788-After 1860) 1294,1871




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George J. VERDERY and Henrietta Petrie MAYO




Husband George J. VERDERY 3293

         Born: Cir 1840
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Wife Henrietta Petrie MAYO 3293

         Born: 27 Jan 1844 - Georgia
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       Father: David MAYO (1795-1868) 3293
       Mother: Maria Julia BRUCKNER (1806-1890) 3293




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General Notes: Husband - George J. VERDERY

George J. VERDERY was a railroad conductor. Parents both born in France, living in Atlanta in 1870, Augusta in 1880.

There is a Verdery, SC, named so in 1891, located in Greenwood County, SC.


General Notes: Wife - Henrietta Petrie MAYO

Henrietta Petrie MAYO (Source: Bible of David Mayo, in possession of Carol Poe in Macon, Ga..), born January 27, 1844 in Washington, Wilkes County, Georgia (Source: Bible of David Mayo, in possession of Carol Poe in Macon, Ga..). She married George J. VERDERY (Source: Bible of David Mayo, in possession of Carol Poe in Macon, Ga..) January 29, 1867 in Newton County Georgia (Source: Bible of David Mayo, in possession of Carol Poe in Macon, Ga..); born 1843 in Georgia (Source: Census of 1870, Fulton County Georgia.).

Henrietta Petrie Mayo lived a long time in Augusta, Georgia.

NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. - Mrs. Frances Verdery Walden, 82, beloved wife of the late L. C. Walden, entered into rest Thursday, November 14, 2002. Funeral services will be held today at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Rowland Funeral Home with Rev. H. B. Johnston officiating. Interment will be in Pineview Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers will be her grandsons, Kevin Walden, Brent Zachow, Larry Spence, Leon Spence, Jason Spence and Mike Nicholson. Mrs. Walden was a native of North Augusta. She was a faithful wife, mother and homemaker. Mrs. Walden was active in her church and all the organizations that her five children participated in. Including the Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Little League Baseball, Brownies, Girl Scouts, North Augusta Basketball Teams and many youth organizations at First Baptist Church of North Augusta and North Augusta Southern Methodist Church. She was a member of the North Augusta Historical Society and the Womens Christian Temperance Union. The Boys Farm and mission work were dear to her heart. She was preceded in death by a son Ralph Walden. Additional survivors include two sons, Grady Leon Walden and George Verdery Walden both of North Augusta; two daughters, Celeste V. Spence and Nita W. Zachow both of North Augusta; a brother, Davis Verdery of North Augusta, nine grandchildren, Kim Walden, Kip Walden, Brent Zachow, Heather Zachow Nicholson, Larry Spence, Leon Spence, Jason Spence, Anna Lori Spence Smith, and Kevin Walden; thirteen great-grandchildren, Ryan Walden, Jayci Spence, Layni Spence, Kayti Spence, Morgan Spence, Kaylie Spence, Kyle Spence, Wayne Spence, II, Sarah Nicholson, Michael Nicholson, Lauren Nicole Zachow Auburn Smith and Cole Smith. Memorials may be made to North Augusta Southern Methodist Church, 615 West Martintown Road, North Augusta, SC 29841. Rowland Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
The Augusta Chronicle November 17, 2002

Title: Garrett/Boyd family papers, 1858-1959.
Description: 24 cubic ft.
Notes: Chiefly papers and genealogical materials of Emma Louise (Garrett) Boyd Morris (1876-1952), including correspondence, diaries, education, marriage, legal, and financial papers, prose and verses, scrapbooks, genealogical materials, clippings, and printed material. Topics include child labor legislation in Georgia, compulsory education, Crew Street School and Girls High School, Atlanta, Ga., Georgia Institute of Technology, Southern Association of College Women, University of Oxford, Vassar College, Walton County, Ga., and
Daughters of the American Revolution and United Daughters of the Confederacy in Georgia. Persons represented include Bertha Verdery Boyd, George Verdery Boyd, Isabel Cohen Boyd, Spencer Wallace Boyd,
Jr., Spencer Wallace Boyd, Sr., Verdery Rosenbusch Boyd, Warren Newcomb Boyd, William Riley Boyd, Thomas Tucker Buttrell, Augusta Garrett, Estelle Garrett, Mary Wallace Garrett, William Jeremiah Garrett, Rachel Kathleen McCutheon, John Morris, Emily Prather, and Eva Prather.
Location: Atlanta Historical Society (Ga.) (MSS 579).
Control No.: DCLV92-A719
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James F. MAYO




Husband James F. MAYO 1872

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       Father: Phillip Richardson MAYO (Abt 1819-      ) 1294
       Mother: Sarah Emily (Abt 1829-1867) 1294





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John Pearson MAYO




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       Father: Thompson MAYO (1774-1843) 1871
       Mother: Nancy Ann PEARSON (1788-After 1860) 1294,1871





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Julia Anna MAYO




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Wife Julia Anna MAYO 3293

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       Father: David MAYO (1795-1868) 3293
       Mother: Maria Julia BRUCKNER (1806-1890) 3293




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General Notes: Wife - Julia Anna MAYO

Julia Anna MAYO (Source: Bible of David Mayo, in possession of Carol Poe in Macon, Ga..), born March 21, 1832 in Washington, Georgia (Source: Bible of David Mayo, in possession of Carol Poe in Macon, Ga..); died November 1832 (Source: Bible of David Mayo, in possession of Carol Poe in Macon, Ga..).

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William Whitacre WILSON and Lucy Catherine MAYO




Husband William Whitacre WILSON 3293,3294

         Born: Abt 1830 - Maryland 3294
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Wife Lucy Catherine MAYO 3293,3294

         Born: 24 Jun 1827 - Wilkes County, Georgia 3294
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       Father: David MAYO (1795-1868) 3293
       Mother: Maria Julia BRUCKNER (1806-1890) 3293




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1 M Charles P. WILSON 1776

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2 M John J. WILSON 1776

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3 M Irvin Whitacker WILSON 1776

         Born: 25 Dec 1863 - Fulton County, Georgia 1776
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       Spouse: Lena Estelle WHITFIELD (1871-1917) 1775
         Marr: 15 May 1884


4 F Annie J. WILSON 1776

         Born: Abt 1865 - Georgia 1776
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General Notes: Husband - William Whitacre WILSON

Notes from David Leon Wilson:

"My earliest Wilson is a William Whitacre Wilson, born abt 1830 in Maryland. He moves to Washington, Wilkes County Georgia and marries Lucy Mayo there in 1854. He was the town crier and a printer. I think he came down with family, maybe a brother, but records are hard to find. Tuck"

William Whitacre WILSON was a printer by trade was born sometime around 1830, in Maryland, according to the 1860 &1870 census. (Family tradition is that he was from New Jersey.) He lived in Maryland, Wilkes County, Atlanta, Nashville, and probably back in Atlanta . He was an Oddfellow and a Mason. Family tradition was that President Wilson was a distant relative. I haven't found the connection as yet. Co incidences are that both Wilson families were printers Pres. Woodrow Wilson was raised in Georgia after his father, Joseph Ruggles Wilson was invited down to preside at a wedding of one of his wife's family members, a Woodrow. Irwin, son of William, names a child Woodrow Wilson, really prior to President Wilson achieving fame, ie, Edgar Woodrow Wilson is not named after the president. Perhaps more than one Woodrow married a Wilson and this is the connection. I have put a abbreviated Woodrow Wilson family tree in FTM.

I can't find a William Wilson that fits in Georgia in 1850 but he would only be 19 or 20 years old and could still be living in Maryland. There is only one William W. Wilson that fits (and he is "claimed") in the Maryland 1850 Census and that certainly doesn't make him "ours" but here it is:
1850 Bladenburg, Prince George's Maryland on 28 June 1850
Joseph H. Wilson58Mb. Md.planter$20660
Amelia _ Wilson48Fb. Md.
Jamy W. L. Wilson22Mb. Md.planter
William W. Wilson19Mb. Md.student
Margaret I. Wilson16Fb. Md.
Mary C. Wilson14Fb. Md.
Joseph Kent Wilson11Mb. Md.
Amelia V. Wilson6Fb. Md.

There is a 19 yo William W. Wilson that is a boarding student in Troup County Ga. 1850 Census but lists himself as b. in Ga.
1860 Fulton County Georgia Census Ward 2 Atlanta on June 14, 1860
William Wilson29Mb. Md.printer
Lucy C. Wilson32Fb. Ga.
Charles2Mb. Ga.
John5/12Mb. Ga.

1870 Fulton County Georgia Census Ward 2 Atlanta on June 4, 1870
William Wilson40Mb. Md.printer$1200$3000
Lucy C. Wilson41Fb. Ga.
Charles P. Wilson12Mb. Ga.
John I. Wilson10Mb. Ga.
Irwin W. Wilson6Mb. Ga.
Annie I. Wilson4Fb. Ga.
Silvia Ross45Fb. Ga.domestic

1880 Davidson County Tn. Census on 4 June 1880
Charles L. Wilson22Mb. Ga.trunkmaker
Minnie Wilson17Fb. Va.wife
William Wilson45Mb. Md.printer(William states "unknown" as to the birthplace of parents)
Irene Wilson23Fb. NCwife
Jessie ?7Mb. Tn.sisterinlaw
Irwin Wilson16Mb. Ga.apprentice to trunkmaker

1890 Census unavailable for Tn. and most of Georgia.
1900 Census - not found in Georgia, Tennessee.

Here is a theory as to why William came to Wilkes. There is a printer there named William H. Wilson who trains apprentice printers. William could be a relative who apprenticed with William H Wilson and then moved to Atlanta.

1850 Sumter Co. SC Census
Saml. E. Wilson43M b scplanter
Sarah D? Wilson37Fb sc
Susan J. Wilson45Fb sc
Wm H Wilson19Mb scschoolteacher
6 more children

Ancestry.com user submitted Tree has :
Samuel Ervin Wilson b1807 Sumter Co SC, d 1886 same
William Heathley Wilson b 10/9/1831 Sumter Co., d. after 1850 in Texas.

1860 Wilkes County Ga census
Wm. H. Wilson29Mb. SCPrinter
Anna E. Wilson22Fb. SC
David H E Wilson7/12Mb. SC
William Dolan19Mb. SCapprintice printer
William Faulling17Mb. SCapprintice printer

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1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, 2-Wd Atlanta; Series: M653 Roll: 122 Page: 768: 491 515 William WILSON 29 M Printer MD; Lucy C. WILSON 32 F GA; Charles 2 M GA; John 5/12 M GA

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, 2-Wd Atlanta; Series: M593 Roll: 151 Page: 195: 88 98 WILSON William 40 M W Printer 1200 2000 MD; -- Lucy C. 41 F W Keeping house GA; -- Charles P. 12 M W At home GA; -- John J. 10 M W At home GA; -- Irvin W. 6 M W At home GA; -- Annie J. 4 F W At home GA; ROSE ____ 45 F B Domestic Servt. GA.


General Notes: Wife - Lucy Catherine MAYO

Notes from David Leon Wilson III:

Lucy Catherine MAYO (Source: Bible of David Mayo, in possession of Carol Poe in Macon, Ga..), born June 24, 1827 in Washington, Wilkes County, Georgia (Source: Bible of David Mayo, in possession of Carol Poe in Macon, Ga..); died December 14, 1874 in Nashville, Tennessee. She married William Whitacre Wilson August 23, 1854 (Source: Bible of David Mayo, in possession of Carol Poe in Macon, Ga..); born Abt. 1830 in Maryland (Source: Census of 1870.); died 1902 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Notes for Lucy Catherine Mayo:
The fist of 4 girls, Lucy was born in Wilkes County Georgia. She married William W. Wilson in 1854 and they moved to Atlanta by 1860. After 1870, they move to Nashville and shortly after, Lucy dies of pneumonia.

1850 Wilkes County Georgia Census Washington on 1 Sept. 1850
David Mayo57M b. Mass. farmer
Lucy Mayo46Fb. S. C.
Lucy Mayo22Fb. Ga.
Julia Mayo16Fb. Ga.
HenriettaMayo7Fb. Ga.
Frances A. Mayo3F b. Ga.

1860 and 1870 find her in Fulton County (see notes on William W. Wilson)

Lucy's obituary appeared in the Nashville Banner, unknown date, is on file and is follows: Died in the city of Nashville, Tennessee on the fourteenth day of December, Anno Domini, of pneumonia, Mrs. Lucy Wilson, daughter of David and Julia Mayo, and wife of William Wilson. Mrs. Wilson was born in the State of Georgia and had but recently moved from Atlanta to Nashville. She was forty-seven years of age at the time of her death. The writer knew her long and well, and a more amiable, sweet-tempered person it would be difficult to find. Her lot was not one of sunshine always, but she nobly did her duty, and that was enough to say. To her husband, whether in misfortune of prosperity, she proved a patient, devoted wife; to her children, a loving and tender mother; to her relatives and friends, a kind, cheerful, and always pleasant companion and neighbor. May her slumbers be peaceful forevermore. It is a beautiful truth that, even as regards this life, the good and the true, the pure and the lovely, do not, cannot altogether die. When this dreaming is ended, and the life passes on into the dreamless sleep, something more than a name abides with us, and will abide for aye. For, when to us, also,
"The summons come to join
The innumerable caravan that moves
To that mysterious realm, where each shall take
His chamber in the silent halls of death"
and our names, and the names of those we once so tenderly loved shall be obliterated from the "sands of time" by the cold shadowy waves of oblivion, something of that life's beauty and goodness and loveliness shall forever be _____ of those who come after - even as a kind of indestructible fragrance, whose wavelets of sweetening are unceasingly widening, long after the flower from which it exhaled has dropped from it's parent stem - even as the fragrance blends with that of the budding flowerlet. To us, who so well knew, and so well loved her upon whose tomb we wish to place this simple offering of friendship; to us it has seemed so eminently proper that the above so beautiful truth , so beautifully illustrated by her, should be woven into the simple in memoriam garland we now drop upon the grave of her who, but a few weeks ago, obeyed the summons to " come higher". This is not the place to write anything like a biographical sketch of her to whose memory this is but a friendly offering. A simple record of facts could not be a record of Mrs. Lucy Wilson's life. There was something in her life, as there is in the life of every meek, modest, Christian Woman, that cannot be told in words - something intangible, indescribable,spirituelle; something that could be felt and never forgotten.
She did noble deeds, not dreamed them all day long;
And made life, death and that vast forever
One vast sweet song.
And it is thus that we think and shall ever think of her life - a life of duty yet a life that was as if inspired thought set to beautiful music. And of that music there will ever be echoes along the corridors of time - echoes that are in accord with the songs that are sung by the angels and by her around the Father's great white throne. A FRIEND


General Notes: Child - Irvin Whitacker WILSON

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Ward 3, Atlanta; Series: T623 Roll: 199 Page: 57: Grant Street 133 535 702 WILSON Irwin W. Head W M Dec 1860 39 M 8 GA GA GA Station Agent; --Lena W. Wife W F Apr 1872 28 M 8 5 5 GA GA GA; -- Ione G. Dau W F Oct 1888 S GA GA GA; -- Clara May Dau W F Oct 1890 9 S GA GA GA; -- David L. Son W M Dec 1892 7 S GA GA GA; -- Nina Dau W F Jany 1895 5 S GA GA GA; -- Irwin W. Jr.Son W M [illegible].
A John H. WHITACKER, 48, and family lives at h/h 141.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Ward 7, Atlanta; Series: T624 Roll: 192 Page: 161: Ashley St 274 219 267 WILSON Irwin Head M W 49 M2 19 GA GA GA Machinest Lumber Co.; -- Lena Wife F W 39 M1 19 4 4 GA GA GA; -- De Leon [sic] Son M W 17 S GA GA GA Clerk Insurance; -- Nina Dau F W 15 S GA GA GA; -- Irwin W. Son M W 13 S GA GA GA; -- Edward[?] Son M W 9 S GA GA GA.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Ward 7, Atlanta; Series: T625 Roll: 252 Page: 257: Oak 59 249 297 WILSON Mr. W. Boarder M W 59 Wd GA GA GA Electrician Box Factory.
1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Fulton County, Ward 4, Atlanta; Series: T625 Roll: 250 Page: 237:
Durant Place 15 30 311 WILSON Irwin W. Jr. Head M W 23 M GA GA MA[?] Bookkeeper Cotton Ins. Co.; -- Ruth T. Wife F W 21 M GA GA GA Stenographer Automobile Mfg. Co.; and the family of Vance BRIGMAN, 34, GA, boarders.

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Sarah E. MAYO




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Wife Sarah E. MAYO 1872

         Born: Abt 1852 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1872
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       Father: Phillip Richardson MAYO (Abt 1819-      ) 1294
       Mother: Sarah Emily (Abt 1829-1867) 1294




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Sarah Elizabeth MAYO




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Wife Sarah Elizabeth MAYO 1294

         Born: Abt 1827 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1294
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       Father: Thompson MAYO (1774-1843) 1871
       Mother: Nancy Ann PEARSON (1788-After 1860) 1294,1871




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General Notes: Wife - Sarah Elizabeth MAYO

Sarah E. MAYO is age 23, living with her mother in 1850 Fairfield County, South Carolina.
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Thompson MAYO and Nancy Ann PEARSON




Husband Thompson MAYO 1871

         Born: 1774
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Wife Nancy Ann PEARSON 1294,1871

         Born: 16 Feb 1788 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1294
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         Died: After Jun 1860 1872
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       Father: Brigadier General John H. PEARSON, II, RS-SC (1743-1819) 4261
       Mother: Sarah RAIFORD (1745-1820) 473




Children
1 M John Pearson MAYO

         Born: 1815
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2 M Dr. Washington Thompson MAYO 1872

         Born: Abt 1816 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1872
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3 M Phillip Richardson MAYO 1294

         Born: Abt 1819 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1294
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       Spouse: Sarah Emily (Abt 1829-1867) 1294


4 F Grace Thompson Pearson MAYO

         Born: 1820
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5 F Sarah Elizabeth MAYO 1294

         Born: Abt 1827 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1294
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6 M William Kinnon MAYO

         Born: 1825
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         Died: 1837
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7 M George Edmonds Smith MAYO

         Born: 1831
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         Died: 1833
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General Notes: Husband - Thompson MAYO

Thompson MAYO is named as the wife of Nancy PEARSON in A History of Richland County, South Carolina.


General Notes: Wife - Nancy Ann PEARSON

Nancy PEARSON married Thompson MAYO. Her father, in his Will granted to her as follows: "I give devise and bequeath unto my daughter Nancy MAYO a plantation or tract of land situated in said District being composed of several parcels of land Originally grants to John HAWTHORNE John PEARSON Junr & Charles HILL , bounded on one side by Broad river S.W. by the remaining part of Charles HILLs tract herein bequested to Grace PEARSON S.E. by lands granted to John HAWTHORN & James HARPER , N.E. by lands granted to Hanes HARPER & John PEARSON Junr. and lands of Nathan COOK the said plantation hereby devised containing five hundred and twenty six acres having such forms and marks as will appear by a platt of resurvey made by Wm. W. PEARSON DS. dated June 22nd 1815. and known in the division of the land of the said testator as No. 4 To hold the said plantation unto the said Nancy MAYO her heirs and assigns forever."

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County; Series M432 Roll: 852 Page: 202: 35 35 Nancy MAYO 62 F W Planter Fairfield; Sarah E. " 23 F W Fairfield; D. W. RUFF 22 M W Planter Fairfield. Next door: Benjamin V. LAKIN, Nancy's brother-in-law. Three homes away is Nanc's son Phillip Richardson MAYO.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County; Winnsboro P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1219 Page: 221: 373 Nancy MAYO 72 F W Planter 5260 13,345 SC; Celia HUNT 68 F W Seamstress SC. Next door is Nancy's son Phillip.


General Notes: Child - Dr. Washington Thompson MAYO

Dr. W. T. MAYO is named in A History of Richland County South Carolina.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County; Winnsboro P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1219 Page: 221: 374 Dr. T. MAYO 44 M W Dr & Planter --- 1300 SC. Thompson lives alone between his mother Nancy, age 72, and his sister, Grace LAKIN and family. On the other side of his mother is his brother Phillip R. MAYO and family.


General Notes: Child - Phillip Richardson MAYO

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

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


General Notes: Child - Sarah Elizabeth MAYO

Sarah E. MAYO is age 23, living with her mother in 1850 Fairfield County, South Carolina.
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Thompson J. MAYO




Husband Thompson J. MAYO 1294

         Born: Abt 1849 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1294
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         Died: Bef 1860 1872
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       Father: Phillip Richardson MAYO (Abt 1819-      ) 1294
       Mother: Sarah Emily (Abt 1829-1867) 1294





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General Notes: Husband - Thompson J. MAYO

Thompson J. MAYO is age 1 in the 1850 census of Fairfield District, South Carolina. He is not with his family in 1860 and is presumed died young.
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Dr. Washington Thompson MAYO




Husband Dr. Washington Thompson MAYO 1872

         Born: Abt 1816 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1872
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       Father: Thompson MAYO (1774-1843) 1871
       Mother: Nancy Ann PEARSON (1788-After 1860) 1294,1871





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General Notes: Husband - Dr. Washington Thompson MAYO

Dr. W. T. MAYO is named in A History of Richland County South Carolina.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County; Winnsboro P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1219 Page: 221: 374 Dr. T. MAYO 44 M W Dr & Planter --- 1300 SC. Thompson lives alone between his mother Nancy, age 72, and his sister, Grace LAKIN and family. On the other side of his mother is his brother Phillip R. MAYO and family.
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William A. MAYO




Husband William A. MAYO 1294

         Born: Abt 1848 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 1294
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       Father: Phillip Richardson MAYO (Abt 1819-      ) 1294
       Mother: Sarah Emily (Abt 1829-1867) 1294





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William Kinnon MAYO




Husband William Kinnon MAYO

         Born: 1825
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       Father: Thompson MAYO (1774-1843) 1871
       Mother: Nancy Ann PEARSON (1788-After 1860) 1294,1871





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Stephen W. MAYS and Frances Wellbeloved PEGRAM




Husband Stephen W. MAYS

         Born: Bef 1775
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Wife Frances Wellbeloved PEGRAM

         Born: Bef 1775
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Children
1 M William Baker MAYS

         Born: 15 Aug 1793 - Virginia
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         Died: 15 Feb 1846 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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       Spouse: Anna WALKER (1791-1841)



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William Baker MAYS and Anna WALKER




Husband William Baker MAYS

         Born: 15 Aug 1793 - Virginia
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         Died: 15 Feb 1846 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
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       Father: Stephen W. MAYS (Bef 1775-      )
       Mother: Frances Wellbeloved PEGRAM (Bef 1775-      )


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Wife Anna WALKER

         Born: 12 Jul 1791
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         Died: 12 Feb 1841 - Edgefield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Old Mays Burial Ground


       Father: Samuel WALKER, RS-SC (1751-1813)
       Mother: Martha Jefferson BELL (1751-1831) 943




Children

General Notes: Wife - Anna WALKER

"Ann WALKER was born on 12 July 1791. She died on 12 February 1841 and was buried in Old Mays Burial Ground, Edgefield, South Carolina. Ann married William Baker MAYS, son of Stephen W. MAYS and Frances Wellbeloved PEGRAM, on 18 August 1812. William was born on 15 August 1793 in Virginia. He died on 15 February 1846 in Edgefield, Edgefield, South Carolina."
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Babbett MAZER




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       Father: William MAZER
       Mother: Mildred R. BLAKENEY




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William H. J. MAZYCK and Anne Wyche TAYLOR




Husband William H. J. MAZYCK 3276

         Born: Cir 1825
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     Marriage: 20 Mar 1850 3276



Wife Anne Wyche TAYLOR 3276

         Born: 20 Jul 1828
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       Father: Benjamin Franklin TAYLOR (1791-1852) 1042
       Mother: Sally Webb COLES (1800-1887) 2286




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Marion Erwin SIBLEY and Mildred M'CARROLL




Husband Marion Erwin SIBLEY 1802,1803

         Born: 12 Jan 1902
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       Father: James Longstreet SIBLEY (1864-1945) 2110
       Mother: Martha ERWIN (1862-1930) 2110


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1 M Ulysses Erwin SIBLEY (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M William M'Carroll SIBLEY (details suppressed for this person)

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Omar Norman SPAIN, Sr. and Artena Maye McARTHUR




Husband Omar Norman SPAIN, Sr. 862,863

         Born: 2 Sep 1882 - Clermont County, Ohio 862,863
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         Died: 29 Apr 1946 - Richmond, Virginia 863
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 10 Nov 1904 - Covington, Kentucky 863



Wife Artena Maye McARTHUR 862,863

          AKA: Artina McARTHUR 861
         Born: 23 Sep 1882 - Hamilton County, Ohio 863
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         Died: 28 Dec 1943 - Richmond, Virginia 863
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       Father: John L. McARTHUR (1854-      )
       Mother: Fanny A. (      -      ) 860




Children
1 M Edgar Randall SPAIN 860

         Born: 1905 - Ohio 863
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         Died: 18 Jan 1958 - Hamilton County, Ohio
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Helen Elizabeth McKIBBIN (1909-1979) 863
         Marr: 7 Mar 1935 - Covington County, Kentucky


2 F Virginia Maye SPAIN 4866

         Born: 20 Feb 1907 - Covington, Kentucky 863
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3 M Cmdr. Omar Norman SPAIN, Jr., USN, WWII 3808

         Born: 2 May 1913 - Covington, Kentucky 241,3808
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         Died: 17 Aug 1967 - Oneida County, New York 863
       Buried: 21 Aug 1967 - Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington County, Virginia
       Spouse: Nancy Russell WILLIS (1916-1996) 863
         Marr: 10 Sep 1937 - King County, Washington 863


4 F Beatrice Marie SPAIN 4866

         Born: 15 Oct 1918 - Ohio 863
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         Died: 20 Nov 1974 863
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5 F Marjorie Helen SPAIN 4866

         Born: 20 Aug 1923 - Washington, District of Columbia 863,4866
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         Died: Feb 1976 863
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General Notes: Husband - Omar Norman SPAIN, Sr.

1910 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Kenton County, Ward 6, Covington; Series: T624 Roll: 488 Page: 210: Scott St 2019 404 457 SPAIN O. N. Head M W 27 M1 6 OH OH OH Traveling passenger agent R.R.; -- Artena Wife F W 27 M1 6 2 2 OH Scotland OH; -- Edgar Son M W 4 S OH OH OH; -- Virginia Dau F W 3 S OH OH OH; SHAW John J. Cousin M W 76 M1 45 KY England England None; -- Mary J. Cousin M W 64 M1 45 KY KY KY.

1920 U.S. Census, Ohio, Hamilton County, Sycamore; Series: T625 Roll: 1396 Page: 253: 125 44 53 McARTHUR John L. Head M W 75 M 1854 NA 1854 Scotland Scotland Scotland None; -- Fanny A. Wife F W 58 M OH OH OH; [same address] 125 44 54 SPAIN Omer [sic] N. Head M W 37 M OH OH OH Traveling agent Steam railroad; -- Artina Wife F W 37 M OH Scotland Kentucky; -- Edgar R. Son M W 14 S OH OH OH; [next page, 254] SPAIN Virginia Dau F W 12 S OH OH OH; -- Norman Son M W 8 S KY OH OH; -- Beatrice Dau F W 12/12 S OH OH OH. [The McARTHURs are Artina's parents.]

1930 U.S. Census, Virginia, Henrico County, Richmond City, Ward Lee; Series: T626 Roll: 2474 Page: 119: 1613 6 6 SPAIN Omar N. Head M W 47 M 21 OH OH OH Official Steam railroad; -- Artina M. Wife F W 47 M 21 OH Scotland OH; -- Virginia M. Dau F W 23 S KY OH OH; -- Omar N. Jr. Son M W 16 S KY OH OH; -- Beatrice M. Dau F W 11 S OH OH OH; -- Marjorie H. Dau F W 6 S D.C. OH OH.


General Notes: Child - Virginia Maye SPAIN

The 1920 census provides that Virginia M. SPAIN was born in Ohio. The 1930 census states she was born in Kentucky.


General Notes: Child - Cmdr. Omar Norman SPAIN, Jr., USN, WWII

1900 U.S. Census, Ohio, Hamilton County, Springfield; Series: T623 Roll: 1283 Page: 106:
Hosie St -- 117 125 McARTHUR John L. Head W M Jan 1845 55 M 23 Scotland Scotland Scotland Watch & clock repairer;
-- Fannie J. Wife W F May 1861 39 M 23 6 4 OH OH KY;
-- Edgar H. Son W M Aug 1879 20 S OH Scotland OH;
-- Artina Dau W F Sept 1882 17 S OH Scotland OH.

1910 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Kenton County, Ward 6, Covington; Series: T624 Roll: 488 Page: 210:
Scott St 2019 404 457 SPAIN O. N. Head M W 27 M1 6 OH OH OH Traveling passenger agent R.R.;
-- Artena Wife F W 27 M1 6 2 2 OH Scotland OH;
-- Edgar Son M W 4 S OH OH OH;
-- Virginia Dau F W 3 S OH OH OH;
SHAW John J. Cousin M W 76 M1 45 KY England England None;
-- Mary J. Cousin M W 64 M1 45 KY KY KY.

1920 U.S. Census, Ohio, Hamilton County, Sycamore; Series: T625 Roll: 1396 Page: 253:
125 44 53 McARTHUR John L. Head M W 75 M 1854 NA 1854 Scotland Scotland Scotland None;
-- Fanny A. Wife F W 58 M OH OH OH;
[same address]
125 44 54 SPAIN Omer [sic] N. Head M W 37 M OH OH OH Traveling agent Steam railroad;
-- Artina Wife F W 37 M OH Scotland Kentucky;
-- Edgar R. Son M W 14 S OH OH OH;
[next page, 254]
SPAIN Virginia Dau F W 12 S OH OH OH;
-- Norman Son M W 8 S KY OH OH;
-- Beatrice Dau F W 12/12 S OH OH OH.
The McARTHURs are Artina's parents.

1930 U.S. Census, Virginia, Henrico County, Richmond City, Ward Lee; Series: T626 Roll: 2474 Page: 119:
1613 6 6 SPAIN Omar N. Head M W 47 M 21 OH OH OH Official Steam railroad;
-- Artina M. Wife F W 47 M 21 OH Scotland OH;
-- Virginia M. Dau F W 23 S KY OH OH;
-- Omar N. Jr. Son M W 16 S KY OH OH;
-- Beatrice M. Dau F W 11 S OH OH OH;
-- Marjorie H. Dau F W 6 S D.C. OH OH.

"Omar graduated from the US Naval Academy, Class of 1935. He served in WW II on cruisers, USS Wichita, USS Lexington, and USS Chicago. He advanced to Commander in March, 1944 and retired as Commander." [Barbara (Mrs. John) Spain]

Commander SPAIN is buried in Sec 6, Site 5724-C*, in
Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington County,Virginia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 49320445, created by John C. Anderson on Mar 06, 2010:

OMAR
NORMAN
SPAIN
KENTUCKY
COMMANDER
US NAVY
WORLD WAR II
MAY 2 1913
AUG 17 1967

*"Section 6 is very hilly and the numbers are not all sequential. I was about to give up when I came around the end of the row and found them. They [Omar and Nancy] are right on the boundary with Section 7 at the end of the axis with the Tomb of the Unknowns. You can also see the Washington monument from the site. It's a really nice area." [Stephanie]

"OMAR SPAIN 02 May 1913 Aug 1967 13152 (Skaneateles, Onondaga, NY ) (none specified) 554-52-3377 California" [SSDI]
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Marshall McARTHUR and Mary Catherine WEST




Husband Marshall McARTHUR 2514

         Born: Oct 1842 - North Carolina 2514
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         Died: 14 Jun 1922 - Cumberland County, North Carolina 4867
       Buried:  - Adcock Cemetery 4867
     Marriage: Abt 1880



Wife Mary Catherine WEST 2514

         Born: 27 Apr 1863 - North Carolina 4868
   Christened: 
         Died: 1 Mar 1943 - Cumberland County, North Carolina 4868
       Buried:  - Adcock Cemetery 4868


Children
1 F Julia O. McARTHUR 2513,2514

         Born: 29 Jul 1895 - Cumberland County, North Carolina 2514
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         Died: 17 Jun 1980 - Cumberland County, North Carolina
       Buried: 20 Jun 1980 - Adcock Cemetery
       Spouse: Tony Jackson DANIELL (1889-1948) 812
         Marr: Bef 29 Jul 1910



General Notes: Husband - Marshall McARTHUR

Marshall T. McARTHUR and his wife, Mary C. WEST, are buried in Adcock Cemetery, Cumberland County, North Carolina. Marshall's grave marker is pictured on Find A Grave Memorial# 57507907 created by Robert Daniell on Aug 23, 2010:

FATHER
MARSHALL T. McARTHUR
DIED
JUNE 14, 1922
AGE 74 YEARS


General Notes: Wife - Mary Catherine WEST

Mary C. WEST married Marshall T. McArthur. They are buried in Adcock Cemetery, Cumberland County, North Carolina. Mary's grave marker is pictured on Find A Grave Memorial# 57507968 created by Robert Daniell on Aug 23, 2010:

MOTHER
MARY C.
WIFE OF M. T. McARTHUR
APR. 27, 1863
MAR. 1, 1943


General Notes: Child - Julia O. McARTHUR

Julia O. McARTHUR was a daughter of Marshall T. McARTHUR and Mary C. West of Cumberland County, North Carolina. The 1900 census lists her birth in July 1894; her headstone records it on 29 July 1895.

1900 U.S. Census, North Carolina, Cumberland County, Rockfish Twp, Hope Mills; Series: T623 Roll: 1191 Page: 256: 187 187 McARTHUR Marshall T. Head W M Oct 1842 57 M 19 NC NC Scotland Carpenter; -- Mary C. Wife W F Oct 1863 36 M 19 9 6 NC NC NC; -- Neill D. Son W M June 1882 17 S NC NC NC Cotton mill ____; -- Lucy J. Dau W F Jan 1885 15 S NC NC NC Cotton mill ____; -- Marshall Son W M June 1890 9 S NC NC NC At school; -- Lilly J. Dau W F Jan 1892 8 S NC NC NC; -- Julia O. Dau W F July 1894 5 S NC NC NC; -- Minnie C. Dau W F Jan 1898 1 S NC NC NC; ROSS Florence E. Servant B F Nov 1881 18 S NC NC NC.

1910 U.S. Census, North Carolina, Cumberland County, Rockfish Twp, Hope Mills; Series: T624 Roll: 1105 Page: 37: 150 150 McARTHUR Marshal Head M W 62 M2 28 NC NC NC Carpenter House; -- Mary C. Wife F W 47 M1 28 13 7 NC NC NC; -- Marshall Jr. Son M W 18 S NC NC NC Weaver Cotton mill; -- Lillie Dau F W 17 S NC NC NC Laborer Cotton mill; -- Julia Dau F W 16* S NC NC NC Laborer Cotton mill; -- Minnie Dau F W 10 S NC NC NC; -- Mattie Dau F W 6 S NC NC NC. [*Julia, born 29 July 1894, was 15 at the cutoff date, April 15, 1910.]

The 1930 census records Julia as being married at age 15. From that, her marriage to Tony Jackson "T. J." DANIELL occurred before 29 July 1911. She is present in a Daniell family portrait taken in Thomas County, Georgia about 1912.

In the 1920 census of Sampson County, North Carolina, Julia O., 25, is named as the wife of "T. J. DANIELS." Julia's sister, Minnie, resides with them.

T. J. died in 1948. Julia did not remarry.

Julia died in 1980. Her death certificate recorded:
Julia Daniell, widowed, born 29 Jul 1895, Cumberland County, N.C., died 17 Jun 1980 , Fayetteville, Cumberland, North Carolina at age 84, buried 20 Jun 1980 in Hope Mills, N.C. Her parents were Marshall T. McArthur and Mary West. [labs.familysearch.org: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B01664-3, System Origin: North Carolina-EASy, Source Film Number: 1984628, Reference Number: v 25A cn 25148, Collection: North Carolina Deaths and Burials, 1898-1994]

Julia and Tony are buried in the McArthur plot, Adcock Cemetery, Hope Mills, Cumberland County, North Carolina. A picture of Julia's headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 57506502 created by Robert Daniell on Aug 23, 2010:

JULIA McA. DANIELL
JULY 29, 1895
JUNE 17, 1980
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John Rice SANGSTER and Lina McBRIDE




Husband John Rice SANGSTER

         Born: 26 Mar 1874
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       Father: Reuben Burrow SANGSTER (1840-1920) 416,417
       Mother: Eliza Anderson COLEMAN (1842-      )


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Wife Lina McBRIDE

         Born: Abt 1880
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Children
1 M Jack SANGSTER

         Born: Abt 1915
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William Anderson McBRIDE III




Husband William Anderson McBRIDE III (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Harvey Anderson McBRIDE (1919-1980)
       Mother: Lillie Opal Reath FORSYTH





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General Notes: Husband - William Anderson McBRIDE III

Harvey Anderson McBride, Jr., son of Harvey Anderson McBride and Opal Reath Forsythe, was born 11 Jan 1952 in Dallas County, Texas. ["Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997,"]

Harvey A. McBride, III, Ft. Worth, is named as a surviving son in the November 1980 obituary of Harvey Anderson "Mac", Jr.

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William Anderson McBRIDE, Jr.




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General Notes: Husband - William Anderson McBRIDE, Jr.

William Anderson McBride, son of Harvey Anderon McBride and Margaret Mary Jones, was born 3 Dec 1942 in Dallas County, Texas. ["Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997,"]


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Elizabeth Frances McCAIN




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       Father: James Everett McCAIN, Jr. (1920-1997)
       Mother: Marguerite COOPER (1925-2003)




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Graham Dalton McCAIN




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Herchel Jackson McCAIN and Effie Abigail SMITH




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1 F Katie Louise McCAIN

         Born: 15 Nov 1919
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       Buried: 19 Aug 2006 - Evergreen Cemetery, Talladega County, Alabama
       Spouse: Luther Cleon PARKER (      -Bef 2006)
         Marr: Bef 1943



General Notes: Child - Katie Louise McCAIN

Obituary printed in the Daily Home newspaper, Talladega, Alabama:
08-19-2006
KATIE LOUISE PARKER
WINSTON - Katie Louise Parker, age 86, died Thursday, Aug. 17, at her residence. Mrs. Parker was born Nov. 15, 1919, to the late Herchel Jackson McCain and Effie Abigail Smith. She was a member of Shiloh Baptist Church and a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband, Luther Cleon Parker; and son, Lamar Parker. She is survived by her children, Dean Parker of Sylacauga; Donald Parker of Douglasville, GA; Dale Duffie of Sylacauga; Donna Walls of Winston, GA; 14 grandchildren and 28 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be at Saturday, Aug. 19, at 12 noon at Shiloh Baptist Church with the Rev. Happy Howard and the Rev. Harold Howard officiating. Interment will follow in Evergreen Cemetery in Sylacauga at 2:30 p.m. central standard time. Hightower's Memorial Chapel in charge of arrangements.

"Katie Louise Smith Parker died on Aug 17, buried on Aug 19 at Evergreen Cemetery in Sylacauga, Al. Died at her home of a heart attack in Winston, Ga. Lived with her youngest daughter, Donna Kay Parker Walls for the last 20 yrs of her life, preceded in death by her husband, Luther L Parker." (Alice Rowl)

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James Everett McCAIN III




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       Father: James Everett McCAIN, Jr. (1920-1997)
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