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Scott McHUGH




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1 M Colin McHUGH (details suppressed for this person)

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Spence Edward McHUGH




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Dr. Thomas Sydney McILVEEN and Bettie WINTER




Husband Dr. Thomas Sydney McILVEEN 2421

         Born: 8 Jul 1848 - Alabama
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       Father: James Henry McILVEEN II (1807-1853) 2421
       Mother: Mary Ann GREGG (1808-1891) 2421


     Marriage: Bef 1876 2421



Wife Bettie WINTER 2421

         Born: 20 Oct 1851 - Mississippi
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1 M William McILVEEN 2421

         Born: 30 Jul 1876 - Fairfield, Freestone County. Texas
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         Marr: 1 Jan 1899 2421



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William McILVEEN and Ada RADFORD




Husband William McILVEEN 2421

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       Father: Dr. Thomas Sydney McILVEEN (1848-1886) 2421
       Mother: Bettie WINTER (1851-1926) 2421


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Wife Ada RADFORD 2421

         Born: 20 Jan 1876 - Freestone County, Texas
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       Father: W. T. RADFORD (1851-1877) 2421
       Mother: Martha G. "Mattie" COBB (1856-1889) 2421




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1 F Mary Fay McILVEEN 2421

         Born: 7 Sep 1902 - Fairfield, Freestone County. Texas
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John O'DANIEL, RW-PS-VA and Anne McINTOSH




Husband John O'DANIEL, RW-PS-VA 110,111

          AKA: John DANIEL, John O'DANNELL
         Born: 1718 - Stafford County, Virginia
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       Father: William O'DANIEL I (Cir 1691-Between 1725/1728) 882
       Mother: Frances (Bef 1703-Between 1755/1758) 884


     Marriage: After 1769 - Fairfax, Virginia

 Other Spouse: Elizabeth MOXLEY (1721-After 1767) 106 - 1740 - Virginia 112



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       Father: John McINTOSH (      -1769)
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2 F Levina Elizabeth O'DANIEL 110

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General Notes: Husband - John O'DANIEL, RW-PS-VA

John O'DANIEL, born 1718, is a son of William and Frances O'DANIEL. Per his father's Will, circa 1724, John received part of his father's 400 acre grant, a share of 100 acres(?). John DANNEL's land, taken up by his father, was listed in the will of John's step-father, John GLADIN, as adjacent to the 300 acres GLADIN left to Sarah NELSON.

The O'DANIEL family lands were within Truro Parish. "Within this territory were the seats of the Fairfaxes, Washingtons, Masons, McCartys, Fitzhughs, Brents, Alexanders, Lewises, Mercers, Daniels, Carters, Dades, Stuarts, Corbins, Tayloes, Steptoes, Newtons, Browns, Lees, Thorntons, Balls, Smiths, and other leading families too many to mention." ("The History of Truro Parish in Virginia" by Rev. Philip Slaughter with Notes and Addenda by Rev. Edward L. Goodwin. 1907.) It was about 1740 when the O'DANIEL surname began being found as DANIEL in public records. Although John is found as DANIEL, records show he used the O' throughout his lifetime and in his 1798 last will and testament.

Marriages of some Virginia Residents, Volume 1, page 218, by D. F. Wulfeck lists "DANIEL, John, b. 1718, son of William, served in Revolutionary War. m. 1740 Elizabeth MOXLEY, b. 1721 d. circa 1760, res. Stafford Co. and Fairfax Co." John O'DANIEL and Elizabeth had eight children: Mary, Margaret, William, Catherine, John, Frances, Stephen, and Elizabeth. Elizabeth MOXLEY O'DANIEL, died about 1760.

Elizabeth MOXLEY was the daughter of Thomas MOXLEY and Ann GUNNELL. One of the witnesses to Thomas MOXLEY's will dated January 6, 1748, and proved March 27,1750 (Fairfax Liber A, 319, 394, and 527) was Henry GUNNELL, evidence supporting the family tradition that Thomas' wife Ann was a sister of Henry GUNNELL. (Tyler's Quarterly)
The first mention of John O'DANIEL in Fairfax County records is in a 1743 resurvey for John GLADIN for land adjacent to William O'DANIEL, likely his brother. John is named in the 1748 Tithables list of Charles GREEN in Fairfax County.
John GLADIN, in his will of 1749, named John O'DANIEL as executor for bequeaths to Sarah NELSON and her mother, Ann NELSON. The land bequeathed to Sarah was regranted to William GLADIN in 1762 as a result of Sarah's death in childhood. (Revised 4/18/2003. RLD)

In his mother's will, dated 7 February 1755, John was left "all the remainder of my estate" and "Anthony EVARY". This bequeath resulted in William GLADDIN filing suit against John for the return of Anthony AVARY who was not Frances O'DANIEL GLADIN's to give. This subject is treated more fully in the text on William O'DANIEL of Kershaw County, South Carolina, believed to be John's brother.
John O'DANIEL's name appears in the records of Fairfax County Court Order/ Minute Books from September 1752 through August 1768. Some records relate to the estates of John and Francis GLADIN.

On 22 May 1754, John O'DANIEL was appointed surveyor of the Church road in the room of William SCUTT, husband of John's sister, Elizabeth. "Church Road" nearly bisected John's property from southwest to northeast. This was his father William O'DANIEL's 400 acre land grant of 1724. ("Fairfax County Road Orders 1749-1800" by Beth Mitchell, page 29, http://www.virginiadot.org/vtrc/main/online_reports/pdf/03-r19.pdf)

Sometime after 1760, John O'DANIEL next married Ann "Nancy" McINTOSH, daughter of John McINTOSH of Fairfax, Virginia. They had two children, Sarah and Levina Elizabeth.

NOTE: Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine gives information about John O'DANIEL that conflicts with wills and deeds recorded in Fairfax County, Virginia. Fairfax Harrison erred when he stated in Tyler's that John O'DANIEL married Ann "Nancy" BOWLING as his second wife. Ann "Nancy" BOWLING married Peter WISE. Proof of this error is contained in five documents, the Will of John McINTOSH, the Inventory of the Estate of John O'DANIEL, the Indenture of Sale of a slave named Jack by John McINTOSH's children, the will of Gerard BOWLING, and the settlement of Gerard's will. As chance would have it though, Stephen DANIEL, son of John O'DANIEL, married Anne Wise RATCLIFFE, a niece of Ann "Nancy" BOWLING WISE. [See N.B. at the end of this narrative on John O'DANIEL] (Edited August 12, 2003)

In "Colonial Soldiers of the South", John is listed in the Virginia Militia, Major Lawrence WASHINGTON's copy of Polls in Fairfax County, Jun 13, 1748; in Fairfax County Poll, December 11, 1755, List of Voters, Captain John WEST; same date, on the roll of W. M. ELZEY; for the election poll of July 16, 1756, for Colonel George WASHINGTON's list; and same date, listed for Colonel John WEST.

In "The History of Truro Parish in Virginia" by Rev. Philip Slaughter, D. D., John O'DANIEL may be the John DANIEL named in the writings of George WASHINGTON preserved in the Library of Congress. On a single sheet of foolscap written on both sides in his most formal hand, and giving the result, first of the elections of Vestries for the two Parishes, Fairfax and Truro, held on 25 March 1765, George WASHINGTON names John DANIEL and Mr. Benja. TALBOT among "Candidates then rejected" for the Fairfax Vestry. Among those elected were Mr. Edward PAYNE, Colo. George MASON, Captn. Daniel McCARTY, Mr. Thomas Withers COFFER, C. Geo. WASHINGTON, Colo. George Wm. FAIRFAX, Captn. Lewis ELLZEY, Mr. Thomison ELLZEY, and Majr. Peter WAGENER.

In the Revolutionary War Records, Virginia, on page 70, an "O'DANIEL, John, Seaman" is named in the LIST OF NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS, SEAMEN, AND MARINES, IN THE STATE NAVY, Who are entitled to Bounty Land for a service of three years, during the Revolutionary War. An "O. DAMEL, John" is listed on page 32 as part of the crew serving on the ship "Tempest" on December 7, 1779. The Officers and Men list for the brig "Jefferson" on December 20, 1779 included O.DANIEL, John, Seaman. It is unlikely that either one of these men was John O'DANIEL, born, 1718, for he would have been 61 years old and serving in the State Navy. His son, John, born before 1760, may have been one of these sailors. In addition, in a "List Of 8000 Men Who Were Prisoners On Board The Old Jersey", compiled by "The Society Of Old Brooklynites" in 1888, the name John DANIEL appears 3 times. "The Old Jersey" was a British prison ship. From his association with George Washington, Lawrence Washington, and the Virginia Militia, it would be expected that John O'DANIEL would have provided support for the Continental Army. John, like his brother, James, who provided supplies for the Continental Army in South Carolina, was much older than Militia age. John did receive a land grant for Revolutionary War Public Service.

VIRGINIA REVOLUTIONARY "PUBLICK" CLAIMS, Fairfax County, lists: John O'DANIEL for waggon, driver & 4 horses 2 days for detach. under Marquis De LaFAYETT L2-5; for waggon, 2 horses & driver 4 days L2; for damage done waggon 10s; John O. DANIEL for breakfast for 10 men 12s-6; for bu corn, 18 bundles fodder 3s-6; and His Excellency General WASHINGTON for 817 shead fish L11-9-3. Dates not given.

Fairfax County Revoluntionary War Veterans published by the Fairfax County Genealogical Society, 24 March 2007, lists:
O'Daniel John (parents) O'DANIEL William Frances (born) 1718 Stafford Co VA (Died) 1799 Centreville PS VA [Sourced to O'Daniel 1: Descendants of William O'Daniel: paynedaniel.com) The O'Daniel compilations of your compiler, Robert Louis Daniell, were originally posted on paynedaniel.com under that title. Included at the top of the listing is the appropriate caveat "The Fairfax County Genealogical Society assumes no responsibility for the correctness of the data."]

John O'DANIEL, Sr., and John, Jr., are listed among titheables in 1778 and 1779 in Cameron Parish, Loudoun, Virginia. No other reference has been located for land holdings there.
Loudoun County [Virginia] Titheables 1775-1781, for Cameron Parish, 1778, page 52, lists in Cameron Parish, 1778 a "John O'DANIEL, Negroes Tom, Esther & Tom -4"
[This record may be for John, Sr. considering the slaves, Tom and Esther, are named with John, Sr. in both 1778 and 1779.]
1779, for Robt Frier, 1779 Cameron Parish.
John Danniel, Jr. 1 tithe
John Daniel, Senr.'s Qtr., Samuel Tolbert, overseer, N. Tom and Hester
Neither John is not listed in 1780, but John, Jr.'s wife Ann O'DANIEL is on the 1780 list for Cameron Parish.

Fairfax County records of sale show that John Wheeler TURNER sold a Negro man named Hercules, about 40 years old, to John O'DANIEL on October 17, 1783. On May 11, 1784, John bought a grey mare from John Wheeler TURNER. Stephen O'DANIEL, John's son, witnessed these sales. (Revised 4/18/2003. RLD)

After the Revolutionary War, John speculated in Kentucky land, purchasing three land warrants to amass the 2701 acre tract described below. In his 1798 Will, He divided this tract between his widow, children, and two grandchildren.

As recorded in The Kentucky Land Grants - Virginia Grants, page 102, a tract of 2701 acres, located "on Waters of Licking" 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 "...Situate Lying and 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 at A 2 white okes [sic] running thence North 800 poles to B a Shugar [sic] tree and Walnut thence Este [sic] 540 poles to C a ash and White oke [sic] thence South 800 poles to D a Walnut and Honey Locust thence West 540 poles to A the begining [sic]." It is signed "Daniel Boone DS" and "Tho. MARSHALL." The Marker was Isaac BOONE. Chain men were William WILLIS and Micajah CALAWAY. Originally thought to be a land grant for Revolutionary War Public Service Claims, it is not, the grant, dated 19 May 1787, was signed by Beverley RANDOLPH, the Lieutenant Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia and cited treasury land warrants 1526, 30 Oct 1779, and 4738 & 4740 of 4 May 1780. John O'DANIEL bought Land Office Treasury Warrant 1526, dated 13 October 1779*, for one thousand and one acres for "four hundred and ten pounds, ten shillings current money, paid into the Public Treasury." On 4 May 1780, John paid two hundred pounds current money for five hundred acres, Land Office Treasury Warrant 4738, and paid four hundred and eighty pounds current money for one thousand two hundred acres, Land Office Treasury Warrant 4740. John combined the three warrants to obtain the 2701 acre Kentucky land grant dated 20 October 1785. The total purchase price of the 2701 acre tract was 1.090 pounds, ten shillings current money. The warrants are also recorded in the Fairfax County Court Booklet, pages 5, 18, and 19, and the Commissioner's Book II, page 228.
(Images on line: http://apps.sos.ky.gov/land/nonmilitary/patentseries/vaandokpatents/)
(NOTE: It was common for Revolutionary War soldiers to sell their land grants. Warrant ID 1526.0; Veteran Name Welch, Robert; Assignee; Acres 200; Years Unknown; Rank Soldier; Unit Virginia Continental Line Branch; Unknown; Date 8/8/1783*. This warrant was not exercised in WELSH's name.)
[NOTE: The 1784 map of "KENTUCKE" drawn by John Filson for the Congress of the United States and George Washington shows Salt Lick Creek branching off the south side of the Ohio River about 10 miles west of Old Shawnee Town and a few miles north of the North Fork of the Licking River. This is near present day Vanceberg, Lewis County, Kentucky.]
*There is a mismatch of dates for this treasury warrant number.

"April the 11th 1785. Surveyed for John O'Daniel 590 Acres of Land, by Virtue of of an Entry made the 4th day of February 1783, on a Treasury Warrant No 14212, Situate lying and being in the County of Fayette, on Slate Creek and Lulbegrud Waters and Bounded as follows, Beginning at, A. two white oaks, the So. Corner of James Logan's and Charles Morgan's tract of 1042 Acres ... Roger Clements Ch. Carrier Stephen Kelly Marker James Morgan D.S. H. Marshall" This land was purchased by John for Nine hundred and forty four pounds 10 shillings of current money paid to the Public Treasury on 13 September 1782 and received Treasury Warrant 14212 and recorded on Grant Book 13, page 72.
"I hereby afsign over the within Survey of five hundred and ninty Acres to Isaac Halbert for Value Received as Witnefs my hand this 18 day of November 1785. [Signed] John O.Daniel" [VA 8596.0]
NOTE: Isaac HALBERT had married John O'Daniel's daughter Elizabeth.

The 1790 Fairfax County Tax Roll, page 13, lists:
March __ | John Odannell | 2 white taxables | 3 blacks above 16 | 5 Horses, mares, colts, and mules | Tax paid 2 pounds.
[http://www.binnsgenealogy.com/VirginiaTaxListCensuses/Fairfax/1789PersonalA/13.jpg]

The Kentucky Gazette, 6 August 1796, published "Robert and Lawrence SLAUGHTER, 30 July 1796, regarding a land claim. Mentions : John O'DANIEL, Daniel BOONE, Robert S. THOM."

In an Indenture dated 13 May 1797, John O'DANIEL and his wife, Ann [McINTOSH], sold 1000 acres of John's Kentucky land grant to their son, William, who was identified in the indenture as "William O'DANIEL of the County of Edgefield, District of Ninety six and State of South Carolina". (William had dropped the Celtic "O" from his name and is in Edgefield County records as William DANIEL. He signed his name as O'DANIEL on the indenture, no doubt in deference to his father.)

In John's will, dated January 19, 1798, and proved January 19, 1799, (Fairfax Liber G, 1794-8, Robert. 423), he devises to his (second) wife, Nancy McIntosh O'DANIEL, "the tract wherein I now live on Accotink Run," a reference which confirms the family tradition that he was a son of William and a brother of James. The will also shows that he had acquired several thousand acres of land in Kentucky which he divides among his children." (Source: Tyler's Quarterly, Vol. I, pg. 165.)

The Last Will and Testament of John O'DANIEL, was transcribed by Robert Louis Daniell from the printouts from Reel 29, Fairfax County, Virginia. Capitalized surnames and words in [ ] are added. Punctuation marks were rarely discernible.
"In the name of God. Amen. I John ODANIEL of the County of Fairfax and State of Virginia being In a perfect state of mind and memory, do make this my Last Will and Testament.
First. I give my soul to god and my wordly [sic] Estate I give in Manner and form following
Item. I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Nancy ODANIEL all the tract of land where I Now live on Accotinck Run to her and her heirs lawfully begotten by me forever she to hold the said land without a division as long as she lives. Likewise I give and bequeath to my beloved Wife the following Negroes Viz Sam Harry & Anne & her increase to her and her Heirs lawfully Begotten by me forever she holding the same without division her life. Likewise I give and bequeath to my beloved wife five Hundred Acres of Land Lying in the state of Kentucky part of Greater track to her and her Heirs lawfully by me forever she holding the same without division during her life. Likewise I give and bequeath to my beloved wife all my household furniture stock plantation Utenshels [sic] still tools of all kinds that I possess on the plantation after my Just debts are paid to her & her Heirs lawfully begotten by me forever she holding the same her life without a Division.
Item. I give and bequeath to my Son William ODANIEL one thousand acres of land lying in the state of Kentucky part of greater track which I have made him a right to. to him and his Heirs forevever [sic]. Likewise I give and bequeath to my son William ODANIEL three Negroes Dealy & her two Children which he has in his possession to him and his heirs forever.
Item. I give and bequeath to my son Stephen ODANIEL Negro James Cris and her two youngest Children to him and his Heirs forever.
Item. I give and bequeath to my daughter Margaret NELSON Negro Beck and her increase to her and her Heirs forever.
Item. I give and bequeath to Mary TALBERT [sic, TALBOTT] two Hundred Acres of land part of a Greater Track in the state of Kentucky to her & her Heirs forever. Also I give unto my daughter Mary TALBERT a Negro Boy Named Deck to her & her Heirs forever. [See Note.]
Item. I give and bequeath to Elizabeth TALBERT [sic, HALBERT] two hundred Acres of Land part of a greater Track in the state of Kentucky to her and her heirs forever. I also give unto my daughter Elizabeth TALBERT a Negro Woman Sall & her increase to her & her heirs forever. [See Note.]
Item. I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Catherine [John] HURST two hundred Acres of Land lying in the state of Kentucky part of a greater track to her and her Heirs forever. Also I give unto my daughter Catherine a negro Woman Called Easter & her two Youngest children she had when she took her from me called Mime & Henn they & theirs increase to her & her Heirs forever.
Item. I give and bequeath to my Daughter Frances [John] MAY two hundred Acres of Land lying in the state of Kentucky part of a greater track to her and her Heirs forever. I also give unto my Daughter Frances MAY a Negro girl named Cary she and her increase to her & her Heirs forever.
Item. I give and bequeath unto my Grand Son James ODANIEL son of John ODANIEL two hundred Acres of Land lying in the state of Kentucky part of a greater track to him & his heirs forever.
Item. I give and bequeath to my Grand daughter Mary BRAKELY [sic, BLAKENEY.] Daughter of the said John ODANIEL two hundred Acres of Land lying in the state of Kentucky part of a greater track to her & her heirs forever. [See Note.]
Item. I give and bequeath unto my two youngest daughters Sarah ODANIEL and Levina Elizabeth Negro Ned Pat & her children Miles Peter and Pat's increase to be Equally divided Between them when they arrive to the age of eighteen to them and their Heirs forever.
And Lastly. I do authorise and appoint my beloved wife Exetrise & Lee MASSY Lachlan McINTOSH Executors of this my Last Will and Testament revoking all other Wills heretofore by me made. In Witness thereunto set my hand & seal this Nineteenth day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & ninety eight.
John ODANIEL Signed Sealed
in the presence of James S. FERGUSON Courtney ASKIN Lachlan McINTOSH"
[Note: Elizabeth was the wife of Isaac HALBERT. Mary was the wife of Samuel TALBOTT, Jr.. Granddaughter Mary was the wife of Abel BLAKENEY, a carpenter. Lachlan McINTOSH was Nancy O'DANIEL's brother.]

Charles BROADWATER, Richard RATCLIFFE, and William GUNNELL were ordered to settle John O'DANIEL's estate accounts. Broadwater and Ratcliffe signed the report. Charles Guy BROADWATER was the husband of Catherine GUNNELL, granddaughter of Catherine O'DANIEL, John's sister. Richard RATCLIFFE was Stephen O'DANIEL's father-in-law. William GUNNELL was a son of Henry GUNNELL and Catherine O'DANIEL, John's sister.

Abel BLAKENEY, husband of John's granddaughter Mary made John's coffin. Among the accounts paid from John O'DANIEL's estate is "Paid BLAKENEY for coffin... 7 pds 10 shillings." A side note: Abel also built the coffin for George WASHINGTON.
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N.B. The Second Marriage of John O'DANIEL:

The marriage of John O'DANIEL to Ann "Nancy" BOWLING, as given by Fairfax Harrison in his article "A Group of Northern Neck Families" in Tyler's Quarterly Magazine is in error. Source documents prove that Ann "Nancy" McINTOSH, the daughter of John McINTOSH, not Ann BOWLING, was the second wife of John O'DANIEL for the following reasons:
1. John O'DANIEL named Lachlan McINTOSH as one of his executors. Lachlan McINTOSH was a brother of Anne "Nancy" McINTOSH.
2. No member of the prominent BOWLING family was named in or witnessed John O'DANIEL's will.
3. When John's will was inventoried and valued on January 25, 1799, Nancy O'DANIEL, the Executrix of the will, objected to having the Negro Grace and her increase, Charles, Jack, and Osbourn being a part of John's estate, contending that they were a part of her father's estate, not yet divided. This note is part of the Inventory Record.
4. Ann "Nancy" BOWLING had married Peter WISE, proven by her inclusion as Ann WISE in the will of her father, Gerard BOWLING, written on 17 January 1779. She was still married to Peter WISE on January 17, 1798 when Gerard BOWLING's will was settled and her portion, 90 pounds, was paid to Peter WISE by Robert BOWLING. This is recorded in Deed Book A, No. 2, page 18, Fairfax County, Virginia, showing as witnesses: Peter WISE, R'd RATCLIFFE, Sam'l BOWLING, and Robert BOWLING, and acknowledged by Joseph BOWLING.
5. A transcribed document, stated to be recorded in Drawer X, Fairfax County, Virginia, states: "Fairfax County to Wit To all Persons to Whom these presents shall Come or Concern, be it Known that We Benjamin KING, Nancy O'DANIEL, & Catherine McINTOUSH, all of the County aforesaid, for and in Consideration of the Sum of Two Hundred Dollars Current money, to us in hand Paid by Mordecai MILLER, of the Town of Alexandria & County aforesaid, the Receipt whereof , we do for ourselves our Heirs, etc, acknowledge & him the said Mordecai MILLER his heirs etc Thereof and therefrom forever Acquit, an also for & in Consideration of the particular Covenants herein after Expressed & by & on the part of him the said Mordecai MILLER to be done & performed, have bargained & Sold, and by these presents do for ourselves Our Heirs etc Bargain and Sell unto the Said Mordecai MILLER, a Certain negro man Slave Named JACK, which Said Slave JACK, Decended to us by the Last Will etc of John McINTOUSH, Late of this county, Dec'd. Which Said Slave we Sell on the Express Terms following, Viz: that he the Said Slave JACK is not to be Subjected to, or Compell'd to Serve the Said MILLER for Any longer Time than four yars from the Date of these presents, And that from and after that period he the Said Slave Jack is to Stand Released, Acquited, & forever free, and fully Emancipated from the Claim of us Our Heirs etc, and also from the Said MILLER do Acknowledge the Same on his part in due form According to the meaning & Intent of the Said Sale & as Expressly Agreed by & between the parties Contracting. In Witness Whereof we the said KING, O'DANIEL, & C. McINTOUSH have hereunto Set Our hands & Affixed Our Seals this 13th day of January in the year Eighteen Hundred. Benj. KING Seal; Nancy O'DANIEL Seal; Katherine McINTOUSH Seal Signed & Acknowledged In presence of us - John McINTOUSH; Thomas McINTOUSH; Thomas BOTTS as to Benj. KING Wm. MOSS as to do Seal"
6. This abstract of the will of John McINTOSH confirms that Anne, Catherine, Valinder, Lochlin, John, and Thomas were siblings. J23 May 1769-20 Jun 1769 John McINTOSH, Colchester, Fairfax Co. Will Bk C. Wife Elizabeth, sons: Lochlin, (Lochlin to have lots and houses in town after youngest daughter age 18) John (John to have plantation 93 acres after youngest 18), Thomas (Thomas to have 100 acres after youngest 18) . Dau: Catherine, Anne, Valinder. Exec: wife & son Lochlin. Wit: Alex. Henderson, H. Ross, E. Washington. (FHL 975.5291 P2k Fairfax Co Abstr Wills. Also Fairfax Co. Wills Bk C # 1 pg 55-57. )
CONCLUSION: From the above Presents, John McINTOSH, in his will proven on 20 June 1769 gave to his children the Negro Grace, Charles, JACK, and Osborn, as part of his estate. The fact that Nancy O'DANIEL objected to the inclusion of these Negroes as part of her husband John's estate on the grounds that they were a part of her father's estate, undivided, confirms they were not John O'DANIEL's property, but a part of her inheritance from her father, John McINTOSH. All of the above shows Nancy O'DANIEL was Anne 'Nancy" McINTOSH, particularly with Nancy O'DANIEL's objection in January 1799 to having the Negroes, Grace, and her children Charles, Jack and Osborn, be inventoried as a part of John's estate, stating that they were "a part of her father's estate, not yet divided." (A quote from the Inventory Record) A year later, on 13 January 1800, Nancy O'DANIEL, along with her sister, Catherine McINTOSH, and a brother-in-law(?), Benj. KING sold the slave JACK . The wording "We Benjamin KING, Nancy O'DANIEL, & Catherine McINTOUSH, all of the County aforesaid, for and in Consideration of the Sum of Two Hundred Dollars Current money, to us in hand Paid by Mordecai MILLER, of the Town of Alexandria & County aforesaid, the Receipt whereof , we do for ourselves our Heirs, etc,...a Certain negro man Slave Named Jack, which Said Slave JACK, Decended to us by the Last Will etc of John McINTOUSH, Late of this county, Dec'd.... " solidifies those relationships. Couple that with the settlement of Gerard BOWLING's will in 1798 and the payment of 90 pounds to Peter WISE as Ann BOWLING WISE's share, and this conclusion is proven.
References: As cited in the text and "William Moxley, Westmoreland Co., VA" by J. H. Sorensen, and the "O'DANIEL Lineage" web site of RubyMc@home.net, a now invalid address. 884


General Notes: Wife - Anne McINTOSH

Anne "Nancy" McINTOSH was the daughter of John and Elizabeth McINTOSH of Fairfax, Virginia. The 1769 Will of John McINTOSH confirms that Anne, Catherine, Valinder, Lochlin, John, and Thomas were siblings.

Nancy's father died in 1769. An abstract of his will, proven 20 Jun 1769, does not indicate that she was married. She married John O'DANIEL after the death of his first wife, Elizabeth MOXLEY, probably after this date. (Note: Fairfax Harrison in his article "A Group of Northern Neck Families" in Tyler's Quarterly Magazine provides that John O'DANIEL's second wife was Ann "Nancy" BOWLING. Source documents prove that Ann "Nancy" McINTOSH, the daughter of John McINTOSH was the second wife of John O'DANIEL. This is explained in the General Notes for John O'DANIEL.)

When John O'DANIEL died, he had two under age daughters: Sarah and Levina Elizabeth. He also named in his will two grandchildren, James O'DANIEL and Mary BRAKELY [BLAKENEY] by his deceased son, John O'DANIEL. Fairfax Harrison wrote that "John, like the two under age daughters, probably was a son of his second marriage, to Nancy." Considering that this son's daughter was old enough to be married by 1798 indicates that his son John was likely born before 1760, and a son by Elizabeth MOXLEY, not by Nancy McINTOSH.

Anne's husband John O'DANIEL's will of 1798 states in part "I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Nancy ODANIEL all the tract of land where I Now live on Accotinck Run to her and her heirs lawfully begotten by me forever she to hold the said land without a division as long as she lives. Likewise I give and bequeath to my beloved Wife the following Negroes Viz Sam Harry & Anne & her increase to her and her Heirs lawfully Begotten by me forever she holding the same without division her life. Likewise I give and bequeath to my beloved wife five Hundred Acres of Land Lying in the state of Kentucky part of Greater track to her and her Heirs lawfully by me forever she holding the same without division during her life. Likewise I give and bequeath to my beloved wife all my household furniture stock plantation Utenshels (sic) still tools of all kinds that I possess on the plantation after my Just debts are paid to her & her Heirs lawfully begotten by me forever she holding the same her life without a Division."

Nancy's brother, Lachlan McINTOSH was one of John O'DANIEL's executors.

When John's will was inventoried and valued on January 25, 1799, Nancy O'DANIEL, the Executrix of the will, objected to having the Negro Grace and her increase, Charles, Jack, and Osbourn being a part of John's estate, contending that they were a part of her father's estate, not yet divided. These individuals were not included in John's estate. A transcribed document, said to be recorded in Drawer X, Fairfax County, Virginia, states: "Fairfax County to Wit To all Persons to Whom these presents shall Come or Concern, be it Known that We Benjamin KING, Nancy O'DANIEL, & Catherine McINTOUSH, all of the County aforesaid, for and in Consideration of the Sum of Two Hundred Dollars Current money, to us in hand Paid by Mordecai MILLER, of the Town of Alexandria & County aforesaid, the Receipt whereof , we do for ourselves our Heirs, etc, acknowledge & him the said Mordecai MILLER his heirs etc Thereof and therefrom forever Acquit, an also for & in Consideration of the particular Covenants herein after Expressed & by & on the part of him the said Mordecai MILLER to be done & performed, have bargained & Sold, and by these presents do for ourselves Our Heirs etc Bargain and Sell unto the Said Mordecai MILLER, a Certain negro man Slave Named Jack, which Said Slave Jack, Decended to us by the Last Will etc of John McINTOUSH, Late of this county, Dec'd. Which Said Slave we Sell on the Express Terms following, Viz: that he the Said Slave JACK is not to be Subjected to, or Compell'd to Serve the Said MILLER for Any longer Time than four yars from the Date of these presents, And that from and after that period he the Said Slave Jack is to Stand Released, Acquited, & forever free, and fully Emancipated from the Claim of us Our Heirs etc, and also from the Said MILLER do Acknowledge the Same on his part in due form According to the meaning & Intent of the Said Sale & as Expressly Agreed by & between the parties Contracting. In Witness Whereof we the said KING, O'DANIEL, & C. McINTOUSH have hereunto Set Our hands & Affixed Our Seals this 13th day of January in the year Eighteen Hundred. Benj. KING Seal; Nancy O'DANIEL Seal; Katherine McINTOUSH Seal Signed & Acknowledged In presence of us - John McINTOUSH; Thomas McINTOUSH; Thomas BOTTS as to Benj. KING Wm. MOSS as to do Seal."

Nancy O'DANIEL was listed 22 times as a buyer at her husband's estate sale, only once as "Nancy DANIEL."

Slave Manumissions in Alexandria Land Records, 1790-1863
"1/13/1804 Mordecai MILLER [freed] Jack CALBERT Calbert ("man") was conveyed to Miller by Benjamin KING, Nancy O'DANIEL and Catherine McINTOSH 1/13/1800, to be freed after four years' service. [witnesses] Abram HEWES, Robert W. DYER [Recorded in book:pabe] I:379"
(http://www.freedmenscemetery.org/resources/documents/manumissions.shtml)

In a settlement of the Estate of John O'DANIEL, deceased, "with his Executrix Ann HEWES late Ann O'DANIEL" dated 1807 and signed by her representative Jeremiah MOORE, we find the evidence that Ann remarried before 1807 to a man named HEWES. QUESTION: Was Nancy's second husband the Abram HEWES above?

No additional information on Ann HEWES has been located.


Notes: Marriage

Ann McINTOSH was named in the 1769 LW&T of her father, John McINTOUSH. It appears that she married after that date.
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Catherine McINTOSH




Husband

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



Wife Catherine McINTOSH

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1800
       Buried: 


       Father: John McINTOSH (      -1769)
       Mother: Elizabeth UNKNOWN (      -      )




Children

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Charles A. McINTOSH




Husband Charles A. McINTOSH

         Born: 1855
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John Anderson McINTOSH (1813-1863)
       Mother: Mary IRVINE (1815-1856)





Wife

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

picture
Daniel W. McINTOSH, CSA




Husband Daniel W. McINTOSH, CSA

         Born: 1839
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Jul 1864 - the War Between the States
       Buried: 


       Father: John Anderson McINTOSH (1813-1863)
       Mother: Mary IRVINE (1815-1856)





Wife

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Daniel W. McINTOSH, CSA

2. Daniel W. b. 1839, died single in C. S. Army, July 22,1864.
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Duncan Robert McINTOSH, CSA




Husband Duncan Robert McINTOSH, CSA

         Born: 1835
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 Jul 1862 - the War Between the States
       Buried: 


       Father: John Anderson McINTOSH (1813-1863)
       Mother: Mary IRVINE (1815-1856)





Wife

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Duncan Robert McINTOSH, CSA

1. Duncan Robert b. 1835, died single in C. S. Army, July 24,1862.
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Judge John Wesley RICE and Henrietta Martha A. McINTOSH




Husband Judge John Wesley RICE 989,990

         Born: 24 Apr 1833 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 Sep 1911 - Suwannee County, Florida
       Buried:  - Ivey Cemetery, Suwannee County, Florida


       Father: John H. RICE (1809-1884) 4082
       Mother: Mary Ann E. SMITH (1812-1890) 4082


     Marriage: 11 Oct 1857 - Thomas County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Susan Jane McINTOSH (1843-1911) 3690 - 12 Feb 1894 - Suwannee County, Florida



Wife Henrietta Martha A. McINTOSH 898

          AKA: Harriet M. RICE 989
         Born: 29 Mar 1838 - Georgia 1642
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 Feb 1893 - Suwannee County, Florida
       Buried:  - Ivey Cemetery, Suwannee County, Florida


       Father: John Anderson McINTOSH (1813-1863)
       Mother: Mary IRVINE (1815-1856)




Children
1 M Arthur John RICE 898,3690

          AKA: John A. RICE 989,1642
         Born: Abt 1858 - Thomas County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Etta McKINNON (1857-1883)
         Marr: 16 Nov 1882 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Spouse: Roxey Ann McKINNON (      -      ) 3690
         Marr: Abt 1889 3690


2 F Lilly M. RICE 989

         Born: Abt 1861 - Suwannee County, Florida
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: William F. BURNAM (Abt 1859-      )
         Marr: 23 Dec 1880 - Suwannee County, Florida


3 M Dr. Daniel M. RICE 989

         Born: 1 Oct 1862 - Florida
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 Sep 1887 - Suwannee County, Florida
       Buried:  - Ivey Cemetery, Suwannee County, Florida
       Spouse: Henrie Laurie (1862-1887)
         Marr: Abt 1886


4 F Gertrude RICE

         Born: 1864
   Christened: 
         Died: 1864
       Buried:  - McIntosh Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia



5 F Susan Thomas RICE 989,2994

         Born: 12 Nov 1865 - Florida 100
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 Sep 1923 100
       Buried:  - New Harmony Methodist Church Cemetery, Suwannee County, Florida 100
       Spouse: Lucius Crittenden YOUNG (1859-1947) 2994


6 F Martha I. RICE

          AKA: Birdie RICE, Mary E. RICE
         Born: Oct 1869 - Florida
   Christened: 
         Died: After 9 Dec 1936
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Arthur Joseph HENRY (1851-1919)
         Marr: 17 Oct 1888 - Suwannee County, Florida


7 F Jane May RICE 898

         Born: Abt 1871 - Suwannee County, Florida
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: George Heffland BIGELOW (Cir 1869-      )
         Marr: 27 Jan 1897 - Suwannee County, Florida


8 F Maggie E. RICE 898

         Born: Aug 1874 - Suwannee County, Florida
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Wallace H. SMOKE (1864-1929)
         Marr: 15 Jun 1892 - Suwannee County, Florida


9 F Abigail S. RICE 898

         Born: 16 Sep 1877 - Suwannee County, Florida
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 Dec 1936
       Buried:  - Riverdale Cemetery, Muscogee County, Georgia
       Spouse: John Lucas MILLER (1873-1934)
         Marr: 27 Jun 1900 - Bibb County, Georgia


10 F Julia Mae RICE 3690

         Born: 26 Apr 1880 - Suwannee County, Florida 3690
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 Aug 1970 - Pinellas County, Florida
       Buried:  - Camp Hill Cemetery, Tallapoosa County, Alabama
       Spouse: Forney Boylston LANGLEY (1885-1967)
         Marr: 1 Sep 1910 - Duval County, Florida



General Notes: Husband - Judge John Wesley RICE

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Thomasville PO, 7 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 138 Page: 29: J. W. RICE 27 M W School Teacher 1000 2500 GA; Henny " 22 F W GA; A. " 2 M W GA ["A." is John A. in 1870; Arthur J. in 1880; and Arthur John on the 1900 census. RLD]

1870 U.S. Census, Florida, Suwanee County, Live Oak PO; Series: M593 Roll: 133 Page: 696: 548 548 RICE John W. 37 M W Judge County Court 3000 500 GA; -- Harriet [sic, Henrietta] M. 32 F W Keeping house GA; -- John A. 12 M W At school GA; -- Lilly M. 9 F W At school FL; -- Daniel M. 7 M W At school FL; -- Susan T. 5 F W At home FL; -- Mary E. 2 F W At home FL; KING Mary 49 F B Domestic Serv't VA.

John W. RICE listed as the Suwannee county surveyor in The Tallahassee Sentinel, Tallahassee, Florida, May 13, 1876, page 4.

"Riceville was settled sometime before 1878 at a site exactly two miles north of what would become Luraville. It was named after the Honorable John W. Rice, judge of Suwannee County in 1868." [Suwannee County Clerk of the Circuit Court, Our History - Compiled by Eric Musgrove, http://www.suwclerk.org/mambo/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=15&Itemid=29]

1880 U.S. Census, Florida, Suwanee County, Luraville; Series:T9 Roll: 132 Page: 312:
--- 244 RICE John W. W M 47 M Farmer GA VA GA;
-- Henrietta M. W F 42 Wife M Keeping House GA GA GA;
-- Arthur J. W M 22 Son S Works On Farm GA GA GA;
-- Lillie M. W F 19 Dau S At Home FL GA GA;
-- Daniel M. W M 17 Son S Works On Farm FL GA GA;
-- Susan T. W F 14 Dau S At Home FL GA GA;
-- Martha J. W F 12 Dau S At Home FL GA GA;
-- Jane May W F 9 Dau S 9 FL GA GA;
-- Maggie E. W F 5 Dau S FL GA GA;
-- Abbie S. W F 3 Dau S FL GA GA;
-- Infant W F Dau S 2/12 FL GA GA;
Mc[*]S. Jane W F 33 Sister-in-law S GA GA GA.
[*Illegible, known to be Henrietta's sister, Jane S. McINTOSH. RLD]

1885 Florida Census, Suwannee County:
Household 80 J. W. RICE W M 52 M Farmer GA GA GA
H. M. RICE W F 47 Wife M GA
A. J. RICE W M 27 Son Wd GA
S. T. RICE W F 19 Dau S FL
[John Wesley's younger children are listed in the household of A. S. SAVAGE.]
Household 98
A. S. SAVAGE W M 65 M Wheelright GAS NC NC
L. " W F 65 Wife M GA NC NC
Sarah WARD W F 30 Dau M Wid FL GA GA
J. C. " W F 6 GrDau S FL
M. A. W M 2 GrSon S FL
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M. J. RICE W F 16 Dau S FL
J. M. " W F 14 Dau S FL
M. E. " W F 10 Dau S FL
Abbie S. " W F 7 Dau S FL
Julie " W F 5 S FL
John A. " W M 2 Grandson FL
McINTOSH J. S. W F 37 Sister-in-Law GA GA GA.

Henrietta died 25 February 1893. A year or two later, John married second S. Jane McIntosh.

1900 U.S. Census, Florida, Suwanee County, Luraville; Series: T623 Roll: 177 Page: 75: 222 223 RICE John W Head W M Oct 1833 67 M 5 (written over 43 , lined out) GA VA GA Farmer; -- Jane Wife W F Mch 1846 54 M 5 0 0 GA GA GA; -- Julia Dau W F Sept 1881 18 S FL GA GA. Julia is a daughter by Henrietta. Three households away is John and Henrietta's son, Arthur John RICE and second wife Roxy. Arthur's son Alexander J., born Sept 1883 FL, was by his first wife Etta McKINNON.

John Wesley RICE died in Luraville, Suwannee County, Florida and was buried in Ivey Cemetery, Suwannee County. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 56815125:

Masonic Emblem
HON. JOHN W.
RICE
BORN
APR. 24, 1833
DIED
SEPT. 3, 1911


General Notes: Wife - Henrietta Martha A. McINTOSH

H. M. A. McINTOSH married John Wesley RICE. Census records list her as Henrietta In John W. Rice's households in 1860, 70 and 80. They had eleven children.

Henrietta M. McINTOSH is buried in Ivey Cemetery, Suwannee County, Florida. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 56815209:

HENRIETTA M. McINTOSH
WIFE OF
JOHN W. RICE
BORN
March 29, 1838
DIED
February 25, 1893
Blessed are the dead who
Die in the Lord.

Note: A second and later Find A Grave Memorial, l# 58054541, was created Sep 01, 2010 for Henrietta. M. McIntosh RICE. The headstone picture on this memorial is very legible confirming Henrietta's dates of birth and death as above.

Henriette Martha McIntosh is name as mother on the January 1955 South Carolina death certificate of Jane Rice Bigelow.


Notes: Marriage

In reply to their marriage license dated 9 October 1857 in Thomas County, Georgia:
"I certify that john W. Rice and Miss M. H. A. McIntosh were joined together in the Holy Bans of Matrimony by me on the 11th Day of October 1857. Eli Graves, M.G." Recorded 14 October 1857. ["Georgia, County Marriages, 1785-1950," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KXJD-7QQ : accessed 18 September 2015), John W. Rice and H. M. A. Mcintosh, 11 Oct 1857; citing Marriage, Thomas, Georgia, United States, county courthouses, Georgia; FHL microfilm 164,388.]


General Notes: Child - Arthur John RICE

Arthur John Rice, son of John Wesley RICE and Henrietta McINTOSH, is named as "A.", 2, in the 1860 census. He is John A. in the 1870 census.

The 1880 census lists Arthur J. RICE, 22, son, born Georgia (Series: T9 Roll: 132 Page: 312).

Arthur J. RICE married Etta McKINNON on 16 November 1882 in Thomas County, Georgia. Their son, Alexander John was born in September 1883. [FamilySearch.org: Georgia Marriages, 1808-1967, indexing project (batch) number: M71382-3, system origin: Georgia-EASy, source film number: 164389]

Etta died 21 October 1883 soon after Alexander was born. The1885 Florida Census, Suwannee County, lists Arthur J. RICE, 27, widower, living with his parents [houshold 80] in Swannee County, Florida. Arthur's younger siblings and his son, "John A.", age 2, are listed in the home of A. S. and L. SAVAGE, both age 65 [household 98].

Arthur married second Roxey McKINNON about 1889.
1900 U.S. Census, Florida, Suwanee County, Luraville; Series: T623 Roll: 177 Page: 75:
225 225 RICE, Arthur John Head W M July 1858 42 M 11 GA GA GA Farmer;
-- Roxey Wife W F June 1850 49 M 11 0 0 GA NC GA;
-- Alexander J. Son W M Sept 1883 16 FL GA GA Farm laborer;
McKINNON Lizzie Sister-in-law W F July 1865 34 S GA NC GA.
Arthur John RICE has been married to Roxey for 11 years. Alexander J., age 16 was his son by Etta McKINNON.
Three households away is Arthur John's father.
222 223 RICE John W Head W M Oct 1833 67 M 5 (written over 43, lined out) GA VA GA Farmer; -- Jane Wife W F Mch 1846 54 M 5 0 0 GA GA GA; -- Julia Dau W F Sept 1881 18 S FL GA GA. Notes: John has been married to Jane for 5 years. Julia is a daughter by Henrietta McINTOSH. Henrietta likely died before 1895.

1910 U.S. Census, Florida, Suwannee County, Precinct 11, Union; Series: T624 Roll: 168 Page: 156: 156 159 RICE A. J. Head M W 55 M1 20 GA GA GA Farmer Farmer; -- Rocksey [sic] Wife F W 35[*] M1 - - - GA GA GA.
[*Age error, Roxey was age 49 in the 1900 census.]
Note: Several McINTOSH families nearby.

"brother, A. J. Rice, Statenville, Ga." is named as a survivor in the September 4, 1923 obituary of his sister, Susan Thomas Young.


General Notes: Child - Lilly M. RICE

Married DIXON.


General Notes: Child - Dr. Daniel M. RICE

Daniel M. RICE was a son of Judge John Wesley RICE and Henrietta M. McINTOSH.

1885 Florida State Census, Suwannee County, 30 June 1885:
Line 10 51 51 Daniel M. RICE W M 22 S Physician FL GA GA.
[FamilySearch. org: film number: 888973, digital folder number: 4280076, image number: 00404, sheet letter: B]

Daniel married Henrie Laurie about 1886. Both died in 1887, Henrie Laurie in April at age 24 years, 4 months, and 23 days, and Daniel in September at age 24 years, 11 months and 18 days.

Dr. Daniel M. RICE died in Luraville, Suwannee County, Florida,. He is buried in Ivey Cemetery, Suwannee County, Florida. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 56815277 created by Keith V. Birkemeyer on Aug 08, 2010:

IN MEMORY OF
DR. DANIEL M. RICE
BORN
OCT. 1, 1862
DIED
SEPT. 19, 1887
---------
Brief, brave and glorius was his
young career.


General Notes: Child - Gertrude RICE

Gertrude RICE was the daughter of John Wesley RICE and Henrietta McINTOSH. Her grandfather John Anderson McINTOSH was buried in McIntosh cemetery in suburbs of the town of Boston, on lands now owned by H. P. Russell. His grave is marked, also those of his first wife, son Duncan Robert, son Henry Lee (infant), and infant granddaughter, Gertrude Rice (born and died 1864). [Teresa Griffis]


General Notes: Child - Susan Thomas RICE

Susan Thomas RICE was a daughter of John Wesley RICE and Henrietta McINTOSH. She married Lucius Crittenden YOUNG.

1900 U.S. Census, Florida, Suwanne County, Luraville; Series: T623 Roll: 177 Page: 71: 114 114 YOUNG Critenden [sic] Head WM May 1859 41 M 11 GA GA GA Farmer; -- Sou [sic] Wife W F Nov 1866 33 M 11 4 4 FL GA GA; -- John Son W M Feb 1890 10 S FL GA FL Farm laborer; -- Evelyn Dau W F Oct 1893 6 S FL GA FL; -- Cornelia Dau W F Dec 1897 2 S FL GA FL; -- Mary Dau W F Oct 1899 7/12 S FL GA FL; HINSEY John Boarder W M Dec 1878 21 Un FL FL FL Farm laborer.

Obituary:
YOUNG - Susan Thomas Young, age fifty-seven years died Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at a local hospital after a short illness. Besides her husband, L. C. Young of Luraville, Fla., she is survived by four daughters, Mrs. [sic] Evelyn Young, Tampa; Mrs C. H. Tippett, Montgomery, Ala.; Mrs. [sic] Mary Young, Jacksonville; Miss Walton Young, Live Oak; five sisters, Mrs. M. I. Henry, Quincy; Mrs. Jane Biglow, Columbia, S. C.; Mrs. J. P. Dunlap, Richmond, Va.; Mrs. J. L. Miller, Birminghan, Ala.; Mrs. F. B. Langley, Lakeland, and one brother, A. J. Rice, Statenville, Ga. The remains will be sent to Live Oak Tuesday morning for funeral services and interment, accompanied by Mrs. [sic] Evelyn Young and Mrs. F. B. Langley. Arrangements are in charge of Mortician B. Marion Reed. [The Tampa Tribune, Tuesday, September 4, 1923]
Secondly:
YOUNG - Funeral services for Mrs. Susan Thomas Young, fifty-seven years old, who died Monday afternoon in a Tampa hospital, were held at her late home in Live Oak Tuesday. Mrs. Young is survived by her husband, four daughters, Miss Evelyn Young, Tampa; Mrs C. H. Tippett, Montgomery, Ala.; Miss. Mary Young, Jacksonville; Miss Walton Young, Live Oak; five sisters, Mrs. M. I. Henry, Quincy; Mrs. Jane Biglow, Columbia, S. C.; Mrs. J. P. Dunlap, Richmond, Va.; Mrs. J. L. Miller, Birminghan, Ala.; Mrs. F. B. Langley, Lakeland, and one brother, A. J. Rice, Statenville, Ga. [The Tampa Tribune, Wednesday, September 5, 1923]

Susan and Lucius are buried in New Harmony Methodist Church Cemetery, Live Oak, Suwannee County, Florida. A picture of their shared headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 72666851 created by Debbie Baker on Jul 4, 2011:

YOUNG
SUE T.
NOV. 12, 1865
SEPT. 3, 1923

The memorial lists their son, John L. Young, 1890 - 1910.


General Notes: Child - Martha I. RICE

In the 1880 U.S. Census, .Martha I. RICE, age 12, is a daughter of John W. RICE and Harriet McIntosh. In the 1870 U.S. Census, she was listed as Mary E. RICE, age 2.

Martha was called "Birdie." Birdie Rice married A. J. [Arthur Joseph] Henry on 17 October 1888 in Swannee County, Florida. In the 1900 census of Lake City, Columbia County, Florida, Birdie Henry's birth is listed in Oct 1869. Her husband died in 1919.

"United States Census, 1920," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MNYZ-N9N : accessed 29 September 2015), Martha I Henry, Lake, Columbia, Florida, United States; citing sheet 10A, family 220, NARA microfilm publication T625 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,820,216.
Martha I. Henry Head F 51 Wd FL GA GA
Patrick Henry Son M 22 S FL GA FL
Sarah Henry Dau F 17 S FL GA FL
Margrett Henry Dau F 15 S FL GA FL
Julian Henry Son M 9 S FL GA FL
William H. D. Read Boarder M 72 M PA
Anna L. Read Wife F 67 M OH

Mrs Birdie Henry of Florida is named as a surviving sister in the 1936 obituary of Abbie Rice Miller.


General Notes: Child - Jane May RICE

"United States Census, 1910," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MVLT-6N5 : accessed 29 September 2015), Jennie Bigelow in household of George Bigelow, San Diego Ward 1, San Diego, California, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 142, sheet 21B, family 573, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,374,107.
George Bigelow Head M 39 VT NY NY
Jennie Bigelow Wife F 37 M FL GA GA

This record not easy to read. RLD
Janie Rice Bigelow on Manifest, Vancouver, 4/20/ 1916(?). Born in Live Oak, Florida, age 45, teacher, Destination San Diego, California. Relative:G. H. Bigelow, Husband, San Diego, California. ["Vermont, St. Albans Canadian Border Crossings, 1895-1924," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QK3B-P3H8 : accessed 29 September 2015), Janie Rice Bigelow, 1895-1924; citing M1461, Soundex Index to Canadian Border Entries through the St. Albans, Vermont, District, 1895-1924, 23, NARA microfilm publications M1461, M1463, M1464, and M1465 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, publication year); FHL microfilm 1,472,823.]

"United States Census, 1920," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M684-5J7 : accessed 29 September 2015), Jannie Bigelow, Columbia Ward 5, Richland, South Carolina, United States; citing sheet 3A, family 43, NARA microfilm publication T625 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,821,707.
Jannie Bigelow Head F 50 Married FL GA GA
Hettie Selby Boarder F 43 MI
Mable Moorer Boarder F 35 SC
Note: Jane's husband George H. Bigelow is a patient in a hospital in California at the time of the census. RLD

Jane and George separated between 1910 and 1930. In 1930, George, single, is in Seattle, Washington.
"United States Census, 1930," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:SPZC-WB2 : accessed 29 September 2015), Janie R Bigelow, Columbia, Richland, South Carolina, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0016, sheet 2B, family 39, line 75, NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 2210; FHL microfilm 2,341,944.
Janie R Bigelow Head F 59 Widowed FL SC SC
Mamie Wells Roomer F 24 SC
Eleanor Woffard Roomer F 33 SC

"United States Census, 1940," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K464-FPD : accessed 29 September 2015), Janie Rice Bigelow, Ward 5, Columbia, School District 1 Columbia, Richland, South Carolina, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 40-24, sheet 9B, family 154, NARA digital publication T627 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012), roll 3833.
Janie Rice Bigelow Head 69 Widowed FL Teacher Private school

Janie Rice Bigelow, born about 1872, died 25 January 1955 in Eau Clair, Richland County, South Carolina at age 83. She was the wife of George Bigelow and daughter of John W. Rice and Henrietta Martha McIntosh. ["South Carolina Deaths, 1944-1955," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FG12-WS9 : accessed 29 September 2015), George Bigelow in entry for Janie Rice Bigelow, 25 Jan 1955; citing Eau Clair, Richland, South Carolina, cn 000977, Department of Health and Environmental Control, Columbia; FHL microfilm 2,404,105.]

Janie is buried in Olympia Cemetery, Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 82040090:

JANIE RICE BIGELOW
FEB. 14, 1871
JAN. 25, 1955


General Notes: Child - Maggie E. RICE

Maggie E. Rice was born in August 1874 per the 1900 census.

1885 Florida Census, Suwannee County:
Household 80 J. W. RICE W M 52 M Farmer GA GA GA
H. M. RICE W F 47 Wife M GA
A. J. RICE W M 27 Son Wd GA
S. T. RICE W F 19 Dau S FL
[John Wesley's younger children are listed in the household of A. S. SAVAGE.]
Household 98
A. S. SAVAGE W M 65 M Wheelright GAS NC NC
L. " W F 65 Wife M GA NC NC
Sarah WARD W F 30 Dau M Wid FL GA GA
J. C. " W F 6 GrDau S FL
M. A. W M 2 GrSon S FL
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M. J. RICE W F 16 Dau S FL
J. M. " W F 14 Dau S FL
M. E. " W F 10 Dau S FL
Abbie S. " W F 7 Dau S FL
Julie " W F 5 S FL
John A. " W M 2 Grandson FL
McINTOSH J. S. W F 37 Sister-in-Law GA GA GA.

Maggie E. Rice married Wallace H. Smoke on 15 June 1892 in Swanee County, Florida.

Maggie is not with Wallace in the 1920 census. He is married to Katherine Daughtery.

What happened to Maggie? Died, divorced, remarried?


General Notes: Child - Abigail S. RICE

Abigail "Abbie" S. RICE married John Lucas MILLER in June 1900.

Obituary: Following an illness of two weeks duration, Mrs. Abbie Rice Miller, well known and highly esteemed Columbus woman, died at her residence, 1549 Fourteenth avenue, Monday afternoon at 12:05 o'clock. Mrs. Miller was the widow of John L. Miller, and was a devout member of the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Miller was born in Florida Sept. 16, 1877, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Rice, but has been a resident of Columbus for the past fifteen years. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Julia Miller Smith, of Americus, Ga.; one son, John L. Miller, of Columbus; two sisters, Mrs. F. B. Langley and Mrs. Birdie Henry, both of Florida, also several grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held from Striffler's chapel at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning. Rev. Pierce Harris will officiate. Interment will be in Riverdale cemetery. Pallbearers will be: Harold Dobbins, Robert Blount, J. W. Callaway, Roscoe Russell, Clifford Maples, and J. C. Ellerby. [The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Tuesday, November 10, 1936, Page 8]

Abbie is buried beside her huband in Section 4, Riverdale Cemetery, Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 16414385:

ABBIE RICE MILLER
SEPT 16 1877
DEC 9 1936


General Notes: Child - Julia Mae RICE

United States Census, 1920," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MNB8-CFS : accessed 28 September 2015), Frank B Langley in household of Forney B Langley, Sanford, Seminole, Florida, United States; citing sheet 7A, family 165, NARA microfilm publication T625 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,820,231.
Forney B Langley Head M 34 AL
Julia R Langley Wife F 35 FL
Frank B Langley Son M 5 FL
Charles W Hinsdale Lodger M 35 FL
Theodore W Langley Lodger M 43 AL
Irene T Langley Wife F 40 SC

"United States Census, 1930," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:SYX3-LZM : accessed 28 September 2015), Frank B Langley in household of Forney B Langley, Ocala, Marion, Florida, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0002, sheet 4B, family 107, line 59, NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 325; FHL microfilm 2,340,060.
Forney B Langley Head M 44 AL AL AL
Julia R Langley Wife F 44 FL GA GA
Frank B Langley Son M 16 FL AL FL

Julia Rice Langley, born 26 April 1880, died 2 August 1970 in Pinellas County, Florida at age 90. Certificate Number 50595. ["Florida Death Index, 1877-1998," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VVNN-RT1 : accessed 28 September 2015), Julia Rice Langley, 02 Aug 1970; from "Florida Death Index, 1877-1998," index, Ancestry (www.ancestry.com : 2004); citing vol. , certificate number 50595, Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Records, Jacksonville.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 39945455 lists Julia Rice Langley's burial in Camp Hill Cemetery, Camp Hill, Tallapoosa County, Alabama. It lists her birth in 1880 and her death on August 2, 1970.
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Henry Lee McINTOSH




Husband Henry Lee McINTOSH

         Born: 1862
   Christened: 
         Died: 1864
       Buried: 


       Father: John Anderson McINTOSH (1813-1863)
       Mother: Sarah Ann McLEOD (Abt 1828-      )





Wife

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Henry Lee McINTOSH

11. Henry Lee b. 1862, died February, 1864.
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John McINTOSH




Husband John McINTOSH

         Born: Abt 1755
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1800
       Buried: 


       Father: John McINTOSH (      -1769)
       Mother: Elizabeth UNKNOWN (      -      )





Wife

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - John McINTOSH

The 1769 will of John McINTOSH confirms that Anne, Catherine, Valinder, Lochlin, John, and Thomas McINTOSH were siblings.

FAIRFAX COUNTY, VA - CENSUS - Taxlist of John Gibson 1782
NAME OF HEAD OF FAMILY White Black
McINTOSH, John 1 2

29 May 1790 T. COCKERILL & wife & John McINTOSH & Alcey to Elizabeth LUCAS, NC, 320 acres. Ann VERNON deed gave 320 acres to son John LUCAS, after his death to her son Thos LUCAS. John LUCAS decd. Mellion & Alcey chidren of Thos. LUCAS, so they sell to Elizabeth LUCAS. Thos. COCKERILL has
wife Million?; John has wife Alcey. Elizabeth is widow. (FHL 975.5291 R2s Fairfax Deed Abstr 1791-1792) (Source: http://www.fourth-millennium.net/family-travels/mcintosh-virginia-records.html)

These appear to be two sons of John and Elizabeth McIntosh of Fairfax County, Virginia and brothers of Ann Nancy McIntosh O'Daniel. Aged 45 and over, born then before 1765. Their father died in 1769.
1810 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, Page 281
Line 9 McIntosh Thomas . 1 . . 1 || . . . . . . 2
Line 10 McIntosh Jno 1 . 1 . 1 || . 1 1 . 1 . 5
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John McINTOSH and Elizabeth UNKNOWN




Husband John McINTOSH

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 1769 - Fairfax County, Virginia
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Elizabeth UNKNOWN

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Catherine McINTOSH

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1800
       Buried: 



2 M Lachlan McINTOSH

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1800
       Buried: 



3 M Thomas McINTOSH

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1800
       Buried: 



4 F Anne McINTOSH 110,885

          AKA: Nancy O'DANIEL 110
         Born: Abt 1750
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1807
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John O'DANIEL, RW-PS-VA (1718-1799) 110,111
         Marr: After 1769 - Fairfax, Virginia
       Spouse: HEWES (      -      )
         Marr: Bef Apr 1807


5 M John McINTOSH

         Born: Abt 1755
   Christened: 
         Died: After 1800
       Buried: 



6 F Valinder McINTOSH

         Born: Bef 1766
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Benjamin KING (living)



General Notes: Husband - John McINTOSH

7 Apr 1761 deed to John McIntosh (taylor--tailor?) 6 lbs for 1 lot in Colchester. (FHL 975.5291 R2s V2 Fairfax Deed Abstr)

26 Jan 1763 Abednego ADAMS & wife Mary to John McINTOSH, Colchester, Fairfax for 120 lbs land in parish Truro, 100 acres land granted to Abednego from proprieters 12 Aug 1760. (FHL 975.5291 R2s V3 Fairfax Deed Abstr 1761-1768)(Source: http://www.fourth-millennium.net/family-travels/mcintosh-virginia-records.html)

This abstract of the will of John McINTOSH confirms that Anne, Catherine, Valinder, Lochlin, John, and Thomas were siblings. J23 May 1769-20 Jun 1769 John McINTOSH, Colchester, Fairfax Co. Will Bk C. Wife Elizabeth, sons: Lochlin, (Lochlin to have lots and houses in town after youngest daughter age 18) John (John to have plantation 93 acres after youngest 18), Thomas (Thomas to have 100 acres after youngest 18) . Dau: Catherine, Anne, Valinder. Exec: wife & son Lochlin. Wit: Alex. HENDERSON, H. ROSS, E. WASHINGTON. (FHL 975.5291 P2k Fairfax Co Abstr Wills. Also Fairfax Co. Wills Bk C # 1 pg 55-57. )(Source: http://www.fourth-millennium.net/family-travels/mcintosh-virginia-records.html)

1770 Fairfax rental--John McIntosh heirs, 184 acres 2 (2 to be added by collector to years already charged) (FHL 975.5291 R2s V3 Fairfax deed abstr 1761-1768)(Source: http://www.fourth-millennium.net/family-travels/mcintosh-virginia-records.html)

1772 Fairfax rental John McIntosh heirs 184 acres 4 (4 to be added by collector to years already1772 Fairfax rental John McIntosh heirs 184 acres 4 (4 to be added by collector to years already charged) (FHL 975.5291 R2s V3 Fairfax deed abstr 1761-1768)(Source: http://www.fourth-millennium.net/family-travels/mcintosh-virginia-records.html)

1774: Heirs of John McIntosh on rent rolls. Abstracts & Will Inventories Fairfax 1761-1774. Also: 1774 Fairfax rental, John McIntosh heirs, 184 acres 6 (6 to be added by collector to years already charged) (FHL 975.5291 R2s V3 Fairfax Deed Abstr 1761-1768)(Source: http://www.fourth-millennium.net/family-travels/mcintosh-virginia-records.html)


General Notes: Child - Lachlan McINTOSH

The 1769 will of John McINTOSH confirms that Anne, Catherine, Valinder, Lochlin, John, and Thomas McINTOSH were siblings.

29 Jul 1784 Lacklin McINTOSH atty for John GREGG & Sarah. (FHL 975.52732 R2s V W Pr Wm Deed
Abstr 1784-1787)
8 Aug 1785 Amos FOX to Lockland McINTOSH land S br Powells run. Witt John ORR, Richd NEALE, Will LAW? John DUDLEY (Joseph COCKRILL or Jereah COCKRILL on receipt)
1790 Taxpaying Heads of House VA: ...John McINTOSH Fairfax; Louchlan McINTOSH Fairfax...
26 January 1790, Lackland McIntosh married Fanny williams in Shenandoah, Virginia. [Virginia Marriages, 1785-1940"]
5 Jun 1792 Lachlan Mackintosh 94 acres (21 May 1790) Shenandoah Co. on a branch of Pass run adjoining land of Martin Shank. Rd through Thorntons Gap, land Henry Kibbler sold Michael Coun,
Daniel Strickler, Peter Fox. (Northern Neck Grants Vol 3 1775-1800-Gray)
Aug 1793 Augusta Co. John Dixon drafted to serve under McIntosh but persuaded Kerr to sell him a servant as a substitute (FHL 975.5916 F 2c Vol 1 Chron of Scotch Irish Settlement VA-Chalkley)
19 Jan 1798-Jan 1799 John O'Daniel will. Wife Nancy O'Daniel, Sons: Wm & Stephen. Daus:
Margaret Nelson, Mary Talbert (to have land in KY) Elizabeth Talbert, Catherine Hurst, Frances May,
Grandchildren: James O'Daniel (to have land in KY) Mary Braheley, Sarah & Lavina O'Daniel. Exec:
wife, Lee Massy, Lachlan McIntosh. Witt: James Ferguson, C. Askin, Lachlan McIntosh (FHL
975.5291 P 2k Fairfax VA Abstr Wills & Inventories 1742-1801)
29 Mar 1808 Locklan McIntosh & Anne wife of Loudoun Co lease Basil King 102 acres so branch of
Powells Run to Burr? Harrison.
(Source: http://www.fourth-millennium.net/family-travels/mcintosh-virginia-records.html)


General Notes: Child - Thomas McINTOSH

The 1769 will of John McINTOSH confirms that Anne, Catherine, Valinder, Lochlin, John, and Thomas McINTOSH were siblings.

11 Jul 1784 Thos McIntosh witt will James Whaley (FHL 975.528 P 2sp Loudoun VA Abstr
1772-1788)
9 Aug 1784 Thos McIntosh one to prove will (FHL 975.528 P 2sp Loudoun VA Abstr 1772-1788) 10 Oct 1785 James Whaley estate--some to Thos McIntosh (FHL 975.528 P 2sp Loudoun VA Abstr
1772-1788)
1790 Taxpaying Heads of House VA:
John McIntosh Fairfax
Louchlan McIntosh Fairfax
5 Mar 1792 William Fitzhugh of Calvert Co, Maryland, Esq. asne. of Geo Mason of Fairfax Co. Esq.
asne. of Richard Graham 115 acres (2 Apr 1790) in Fairfax Co. on Pohisk Cr betw. Normansels
patent now George Mason Jr. & Col. Wm Fitzhugh, Giles Tillett (now Francis or Ludwell Lee),
Abednigo Adams (now Thomas McIntosh) (VA Northern Neck Land Grants Vol 3 1775-1800-Gray)
(Source: http://www.fourth-millennium.net/family-travels/mcintosh-virginia-records.html)
These appear to be two sons of John and Elizabeth McIntosh of Fairfax County, Virginia and brothers of Ann Nancy McIntosh O'Daniel. Aged 45 and over, born then before 1765. Their father died in 1769.
1810 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, Page 281
Line 9 McIntosh Thomas . 1 . . 1 || . . . . . . 2
Line 10 McIntosh Jno 1 . 1 . 1 || . 1 1 . 1 . 5


General Notes: Child - Anne McINTOSH

Anne "Nancy" McINTOSH was the daughter of John and Elizabeth McINTOSH of Fairfax, Virginia. The 1769 Will of John McINTOSH confirms that Anne, Catherine, Valinder, Lochlin, John, and Thomas were siblings.

Nancy's father died in 1769. An abstract of his will, proven 20 Jun 1769, does not indicate that she was married. She married John O'DANIEL after the death of his first wife, Elizabeth MOXLEY, probably after this date. (Note: Fairfax Harrison in his article "A Group of Northern Neck Families" in Tyler's Quarterly Magazine provides that John O'DANIEL's second wife was Ann "Nancy" BOWLING. Source documents prove that Ann "Nancy" McINTOSH, the daughter of John McINTOSH was the second wife of John O'DANIEL. This is explained in the General Notes for John O'DANIEL.)

When John O'DANIEL died, he had two under age daughters: Sarah and Levina Elizabeth. He also named in his will two grandchildren, James O'DANIEL and Mary BRAKELY [BLAKENEY] by his deceased son, John O'DANIEL. Fairfax Harrison wrote that "John, like the two under age daughters, probably was a son of his second marriage, to Nancy." Considering that this son's daughter was old enough to be married by 1798 indicates that his son John was likely born before 1760, and a son by Elizabeth MOXLEY, not by Nancy McINTOSH.

Anne's husband John O'DANIEL's will of 1798 states in part "I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Nancy ODANIEL all the tract of land where I Now live on Accotinck Run to her and her heirs lawfully begotten by me forever she to hold the said land without a division as long as she lives. Likewise I give and bequeath to my beloved Wife the following Negroes Viz Sam Harry & Anne & her increase to her and her Heirs lawfully Begotten by me forever she holding the same without division her life. Likewise I give and bequeath to my beloved wife five Hundred Acres of Land Lying in the state of Kentucky part of Greater track to her and her Heirs lawfully by me forever she holding the same without division during her life. Likewise I give and bequeath to my beloved wife all my household furniture stock plantation Utenshels (sic) still tools of all kinds that I possess on the plantation after my Just debts are paid to her & her Heirs lawfully begotten by me forever she holding the same her life without a Division."

Nancy's brother, Lachlan McINTOSH was one of John O'DANIEL's executors.

When John's will was inventoried and valued on January 25, 1799, Nancy O'DANIEL, the Executrix of the will, objected to having the Negro Grace and her increase, Charles, Jack, and Osbourn being a part of John's estate, contending that they were a part of her father's estate, not yet divided. These individuals were not included in John's estate. A transcribed document, said to be recorded in Drawer X, Fairfax County, Virginia, states: "Fairfax County to Wit To all Persons to Whom these presents shall Come or Concern, be it Known that We Benjamin KING, Nancy O'DANIEL, & Catherine McINTOUSH, all of the County aforesaid, for and in Consideration of the Sum of Two Hundred Dollars Current money, to us in hand Paid by Mordecai MILLER, of the Town of Alexandria & County aforesaid, the Receipt whereof , we do for ourselves our Heirs, etc, acknowledge & him the said Mordecai MILLER his heirs etc Thereof and therefrom forever Acquit, an also for & in Consideration of the particular Covenants herein after Expressed & by & on the part of him the said Mordecai MILLER to be done & performed, have bargained & Sold, and by these presents do for ourselves Our Heirs etc Bargain and Sell unto the Said Mordecai MILLER, a Certain negro man Slave Named Jack, which Said Slave Jack, Decended to us by the Last Will etc of John McINTOUSH, Late of this county, Dec'd. Which Said Slave we Sell on the Express Terms following, Viz: that he the Said Slave JACK is not to be Subjected to, or Compell'd to Serve the Said MILLER for Any longer Time than four yars from the Date of these presents, And that from and after that period he the Said Slave Jack is to Stand Released, Acquited, & forever free, and fully Emancipated from the Claim of us Our Heirs etc, and also from the Said MILLER do Acknowledge the Same on his part in due form According to the meaning & Intent of the Said Sale & as Expressly Agreed by & between the parties Contracting. In Witness Whereof we the said KING, O'DANIEL, & C. McINTOUSH have hereunto Set Our hands & Affixed Our Seals this 13th day of January in the year Eighteen Hundred. Benj. KING Seal; Nancy O'DANIEL Seal; Katherine McINTOUSH Seal Signed & Acknowledged In presence of us - John McINTOUSH; Thomas McINTOUSH; Thomas BOTTS as to Benj. KING Wm. MOSS as to do Seal."

Nancy O'DANIEL was listed 22 times as a buyer at her husband's estate sale, only once as "Nancy DANIEL."

Slave Manumissions in Alexandria Land Records, 1790-1863
"1/13/1804 Mordecai MILLER [freed] Jack CALBERT Calbert ("man") was conveyed to Miller by Benjamin KING, Nancy O'DANIEL and Catherine McINTOSH 1/13/1800, to be freed after four years' service. [witnesses] Abram HEWES, Robert W. DYER [Recorded in book:pabe] I:379"
(http://www.freedmenscemetery.org/resources/documents/manumissions.shtml)

In a settlement of the Estate of John O'DANIEL, deceased, "with his Executrix Ann HEWES late Ann O'DANIEL" dated 1807 and signed by her representative Jeremiah MOORE, we find the evidence that Ann remarried before 1807 to a man named HEWES. QUESTION: Was Nancy's second husband the Abram HEWES above?

No additional information on Ann HEWES has been located.


General Notes: Child - John McINTOSH

The 1769 will of John McINTOSH confirms that Anne, Catherine, Valinder, Lochlin, John, and Thomas McINTOSH were siblings.

FAIRFAX COUNTY, VA - CENSUS - Taxlist of John Gibson 1782
NAME OF HEAD OF FAMILY White Black
McINTOSH, John 1 2

29 May 1790 T. COCKERILL & wife & John McINTOSH & Alcey to Elizabeth LUCAS, NC, 320 acres. Ann VERNON deed gave 320 acres to son John LUCAS, after his death to her son Thos LUCAS. John LUCAS decd. Mellion & Alcey chidren of Thos. LUCAS, so they sell to Elizabeth LUCAS. Thos. COCKERILL has
wife Million?; John has wife Alcey. Elizabeth is widow. (FHL 975.5291 R2s Fairfax Deed Abstr 1791-1792) (Source: http://www.fourth-millennium.net/family-travels/mcintosh-virginia-records.html)

These appear to be two sons of John and Elizabeth McIntosh of Fairfax County, Virginia and brothers of Ann Nancy McIntosh O'Daniel. Aged 45 and over, born then before 1765. Their father died in 1769.
1810 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, Page 281
Line 9 McIntosh Thomas . 1 . . 1 || . . . . . . 2
Line 10 McIntosh Jno 1 . 1 . 1 || . 1 1 . 1 . 5


General Notes: Child - Valinder McINTOSH

The 1769 will of John McINTOSH confirms that Anne, Catherine, Valinder, Lochlin, John, and Thomas McINTOSH were siblings.

Valinder and Nancy's brother, Lachlan McINTOSH was named as one of Nancy's husband John O'DANIEL's executors.

Valinder married Benjamin KING. Benjamin and Valender's sisters, Nancy O'DANIEL and Catherine McINTOSH are named in the estate records of her father, John McINTOSH. A transcribed document, said to be recorded in Drawer X, Fairfax County, Virginia, states:
"Fairfax County to Wit To all Persons to Whom these presents shall Come or Concern, be it Known that We Benjamin KING, Nancy O'DANIEL, & Catherine McINTOUSH, all of the County aforesaid, for and in Consideration of the Sum of Two Hundred Dollars Current money, to us in hand Paid by Mordecai MILLER, of the Town of Alexandria & County aforesaid, the Receipt whereof , we do for ourselves our Heirs, etc, acknowledge & him the said Mordecai MILLER his heirs etc Thereof and therefrom forever Acquit, an also for & in Consideration of the particular Covenants herein after Expressed & by & on the part of him the said Mordecai MILLER to be done & performed, have bargained & Sold, and by these presents do for ourselves Our Heirs etc Bargain and Sell unto the Said Mordecai MILLER, a Certain negro man Slave Named Jack, which Said Slave Jack, Decended to us by the Last Will etc of John McINTOUSH, Late of this county, Dec'd. Which Said Slave we Sell on the Express Terms following, Viz: that he the Said Slave JACK is not to be Subjected to, or Compell'd to Serve the Said MILLER for Any longer Time than four yars from the Date of these presents, And that from and after that period he the Said Slave Jack is to Stand Released, Acquited, & forever free, and fully Emancipated from the Claim of us Our Heirs etc, and also from the Said MILLER do Acknowledge the Same on his part in due form According to the meaning & Intent of the Said Sale & as Expressly Agreed by & between the parties Contracting. In Witness Whereof we the said KING, O'DANIEL, & C. McINTOUSH have hereunto Set Our hands & Affixed Our Seals this 13th day of January in the year Eighteen Hundred. Benj. KING Seal; Nancy O'DANIEL Seal; Katherine McINTOUSH Seal Signed & Acknowledged In presence of us - John McINTOUSH; Thomas McINTOUSH; Thomas BOTTS as to Benj. KING Wm. MOSS as to do Seal"
____

Same Benjamin King?
Loudoun County [Virginia] Tithables 1775-1781, page 52, lists in Cameron Parish, 1778 "Benja: KING, Danl: KING, Negroes Kitt, James & Jude -5."
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John Anderson McINTOSH and Sarah Ann McLEOD




Husband John Anderson McINTOSH

         Born: 24 Nov 1813 - Robeson County, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Oct 1863 - Thomas County, Georgia
       Buried:  - McIntosh Cemetery, Thomas County, Georgia
     Marriage: 18 Jul 1858 - Madison County, Florida

 Other Spouse: Mary IRVINE (1815-1856) - 11 Nov 1834 - Thomas County, Georgia



Wife Sarah Ann McLEOD

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


Children
1 F Martha Albert McINTOSH

         Born: 1860
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Henry Lee McINTOSH

         Born: 1862
   Christened: 
         Died: 1864
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John Anderson McINTOSH

McINTOSH, JOHN A. 1813-1863 THOMAS
John Anderson McIntosh, son of Daniel McIntosh (above), was born Nov. 24,1813, in Robeson County, N.C. He was brought by his parents to Monroe Co., Ala., when they moved there, and he grew up there; and in 1829, he came with his parents to Thomas Co., Ga.. He was married twice; the first marriage was in Thomas County, Nov. 11, 1834, to Mary Irvine, born 1815, in Effingham County, daughter of John R. Irvine who had moved from Effingham to Thomas County. By her nine children were born . She died March 21, 1856 in Thomas County. Mr. McIntosh then married Sarah Ann McLeod in July 18,1858 in Madison Co., Fla.; she was a daughter of Archibald and Catherine McLeod of Madison county. By her two children were born. The eleven children in their order, were:
1. Duncan Robert b. 1835, died single in C. S. Army, July 24,1862.
2. Daniel W. b. 1839, died single in C. S. Army, July 22,1864.
3. Henrietta b. 1840, m. John W. Rice, Oct. 11, 1857.
4. Samuel J. b. 1841, m. (unknown).
5. Susannah Jane b. 1843, m. (unknown).
6. Thomas 1. b. 1847, m. Sarah Groover, dau. of Charles A.
7. Margaret b. 1850, m. Ashley Peek.
8. Perry A. b. 1853, m. Ella P. Ivey.
9. Charles A. b. 1855, m. (unknown).
10. Martha Albert b. 1860, m. James Madison Groover, Nov. 6, 1888, son of Chas. A.
11. Henry Lee b. 1862, died February, 1864.
The home and plantation of Mr. McIntosh was in the present Boston district of Thomas County, and he died there Oct. 22, 1863. He was buried by his first wife in the McIntosh cemetery in suburbs of the town of Boston, on lands now owned by H. P. Russell. His grave is marked, also those of his first wife, son Duncan Robert, son Henry Lee (infant),and infant granddaughter, Gertrude Rice (born and died 1864). The cemetery marks the site of the First Presbyterian Church organized (in 1841) in Thomas County; now the Boston Presbyterian Church in present town of Boston. The McIntosh family were members there. (Pioneers of Wiregrass Georgia, Judge Folks Huxton, received from Teresa Griffis)

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Thomasville P O; Series: M653 Roll: 138 Page: 89:
742 J. A. McINTOSH 43 M Farmer 3000 8000 GA;
Sallie " 32 F GA;
Jane " 14 F GA;
Margaret " " 10 F GA;
Samuel " 16 M GA;
Thomas " 12 M GA;
P. A. " 8 M GA;
Charley " 5 M GA.

John died 22 October 1863 [??? See headstone record below]. In 1870, his son Thomas was head of household with four of his siblings. By 1870, John's widow, Sarah Ann had returned to Madison County, Florida and was head of household with her daughter Martha "Mattie" A. McINTOSH.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Boston P O; Series: M593 Roll: 177 Page: 99:
21 20 McINTOSH Thomas 22 M W Farmer 1800 636 GA;
-- Jane 23 F W House keeping GA;
-- Maggie 18 F W At home GA;
-- Perry 17 M W Farm laborer GA;
-- Charley 13 M W Farm laborer GA.

John Anderson McIntosh is buried in Boston City Cemetery, Boston, Thomas County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 74788170:

JOHN ANDERSON
McINTOSH
JULY 27, 1819
MAY 9, 1879


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Ann McLEOD

Sarah Ann McLEOD was a daughter of Archibald and Catherine McLeod of Madison County, Florida. She married John Anderson McINTOSH on July 18, 1858 in Madison County. She was John's second wife. They had two children.

John died in1863. By 1870, "Sallie" had moved back to Madison County, Florida with her surviving daughter, Martha "Mattie" A. McINTOSH.

1870 U.S. Census, Florida, Madison County, Outside of Maadison, Madison P O; Series: M593 Roll: 132 Page: 48:
5 6 McINTOSH Sallie A. 30 F W Keeps house 400 200 GA;
--Mattie A. 9 F W GA.
Although listed as a head of household, it appears that Sallie and Mattie are living with Benjamin BUNTING, 51, born in South Carolina. Three BUNTING children, ages 9 to 18, are listed under Sallie.


General Notes: Child - Martha Albert McINTOSH

10. Martha Albert b. 1860, m. James Madison Groover, Nov. 6, 1888, son of Chas. A.


General Notes: Child - Henry Lee McINTOSH

11. Henry Lee b. 1862, died February, 1864.
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Lachlan McINTOSH




Husband Lachlan McINTOSH

         Born: 
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         Died: After 1800
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       Father: John McINTOSH (      -1769)
       Mother: Elizabeth UNKNOWN (      -      )





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General Notes: Husband - Lachlan McINTOSH

The 1769 will of John McINTOSH confirms that Anne, Catherine, Valinder, Lochlin, John, and Thomas McINTOSH were siblings.

29 Jul 1784 Lacklin McINTOSH atty for John GREGG & Sarah. (FHL 975.52732 R2s V W Pr Wm Deed
Abstr 1784-1787)
8 Aug 1785 Amos FOX to Lockland McINTOSH land S br Powells run. Witt John ORR, Richd NEALE, Will LAW? John DUDLEY (Joseph COCKRILL or Jereah COCKRILL on receipt)
1790 Taxpaying Heads of House VA: ...John McINTOSH Fairfax; Louchlan McINTOSH Fairfax...
26 January 1790, Lackland McIntosh married Fanny williams in Shenandoah, Virginia. [Virginia Marriages, 1785-1940"]
5 Jun 1792 Lachlan Mackintosh 94 acres (21 May 1790) Shenandoah Co. on a branch of Pass run adjoining land of Martin Shank. Rd through Thorntons Gap, land Henry Kibbler sold Michael Coun,
Daniel Strickler, Peter Fox. (Northern Neck Grants Vol 3 1775-1800-Gray)
Aug 1793 Augusta Co. John Dixon drafted to serve under McIntosh but persuaded Kerr to sell him a servant as a substitute (FHL 975.5916 F 2c Vol 1 Chron of Scotch Irish Settlement VA-Chalkley)
19 Jan 1798-Jan 1799 John O'Daniel will. Wife Nancy O'Daniel, Sons: Wm & Stephen. Daus:
Margaret Nelson, Mary Talbert (to have land in KY) Elizabeth Talbert, Catherine Hurst, Frances May,
Grandchildren: James O'Daniel (to have land in KY) Mary Braheley, Sarah & Lavina O'Daniel. Exec:
wife, Lee Massy, Lachlan McIntosh. Witt: James Ferguson, C. Askin, Lachlan McIntosh (FHL
975.5291 P 2k Fairfax VA Abstr Wills & Inventories 1742-1801)
29 Mar 1808 Locklan McIntosh & Anne wife of Loudoun Co lease Basil King 102 acres so branch of
Powells Run to Burr? Harrison.
(Source: http://www.fourth-millennium.net/family-travels/mcintosh-virginia-records.html)
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Margaret McINTOSH




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Wife Margaret McINTOSH

         Born: 1850
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       Father: John Anderson McINTOSH (1813-1863)
       Mother: Mary IRVINE (1815-1856)




Children

General Notes: Wife - Margaret McINTOSH

7. Margaret b. 1850, m. Ashley Peek.
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Martha Albert McINTOSH




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Wife Martha Albert McINTOSH

         Born: 1860
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       Father: John Anderson McINTOSH (1813-1863)
       Mother: Sarah Ann McLEOD (Abt 1828-      )




Children

General Notes: Wife - Martha Albert McINTOSH

10. Martha Albert b. 1860, m. James Madison Groover, Nov. 6, 1888, son of Chas. A.
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Perry A. McINTOSH




Husband Perry A. McINTOSH

         Born: 1853
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       Father: John Anderson McINTOSH (1813-1863)
       Mother: Mary IRVINE (1815-1856)





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General Notes: Husband - Perry A. McINTOSH

8. Perry A. b. 1853, m. Ella P. Ivey.
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Samuel J. McINTOSH




Husband Samuel J. McINTOSH

         Born: 1841
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       Father: John Anderson McINTOSH (1813-1863)
       Mother: Mary IRVINE (1815-1856)





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Judge John Wesley RICE and Susan Jane McINTOSH




Husband Judge John Wesley RICE 989,990

         Born: 24 Apr 1833 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 Sep 1911 - Suwannee County, Florida
       Buried:  - Ivey Cemetery, Suwannee County, Florida


       Father: John H. RICE (1809-1884) 4082
       Mother: Mary Ann E. SMITH (1812-1890) 4082


     Marriage: 12 Feb 1894 - Suwannee County, Florida

 Other Spouse: Henrietta Martha A. McINTOSH (1838-1893) 898 - 11 Oct 1857 - Thomas County, Georgia



Wife Susan Jane McINTOSH 3690

          AKA: Susannah Jane
         Born: 10 Mar 1843 - Georgia 3690
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 Mar 1911
       Buried:  - Ivey Cemetery, Suwannee County, Florida


       Father: John Anderson McINTOSH (1813-1863)
       Mother: Mary IRVINE (1815-1856)




Children

General Notes: Husband - Judge John Wesley RICE

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Thomas County, Thomasville PO, 7 June 1860; Series: M653 Roll: 138 Page: 29: J. W. RICE 27 M W School Teacher 1000 2500 GA; Henny " 22 F W GA; A. " 2 M W GA ["A." is John A. in 1870; Arthur J. in 1880; and Arthur John on the 1900 census. RLD]

1870 U.S. Census, Florida, Suwanee County, Live Oak PO; Series: M593 Roll: 133 Page: 696: 548 548 RICE John W. 37 M W Judge County Court 3000 500 GA; -- Harriet [sic, Henrietta] M. 32 F W Keeping house GA; -- John A. 12 M W At school GA; -- Lilly M. 9 F W At school FL; -- Daniel M. 7 M W At school FL; -- Susan T. 5 F W At home FL; -- Mary E. 2 F W At home FL; KING Mary 49 F B Domestic Serv't VA.

John W. RICE listed as the Suwannee county surveyor in The Tallahassee Sentinel, Tallahassee, Florida, May 13, 1876, page 4.

"Riceville was settled sometime before 1878 at a site exactly two miles north of what would become Luraville. It was named after the Honorable John W. Rice, judge of Suwannee County in 1868." [Suwannee County Clerk of the Circuit Court, Our History - Compiled by Eric Musgrove, http://www.suwclerk.org/mambo/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=15&Itemid=29]

1880 U.S. Census, Florida, Suwanee County, Luraville; Series:T9 Roll: 132 Page: 312:
--- 244 RICE John W. W M 47 M Farmer GA VA GA;
-- Henrietta M. W F 42 Wife M Keeping House GA GA GA;
-- Arthur J. W M 22 Son S Works On Farm GA GA GA;
-- Lillie M. W F 19 Dau S At Home FL GA GA;
-- Daniel M. W M 17 Son S Works On Farm FL GA GA;
-- Susan T. W F 14 Dau S At Home FL GA GA;
-- Martha J. W F 12 Dau S At Home FL GA GA;
-- Jane May W F 9 Dau S 9 FL GA GA;
-- Maggie E. W F 5 Dau S FL GA GA;
-- Abbie S. W F 3 Dau S FL GA GA;
-- Infant W F Dau S 2/12 FL GA GA;
Mc[*]S. Jane W F 33 Sister-in-law S GA GA GA.
[*Illegible, known to be Henrietta's sister, Jane S. McINTOSH. RLD]

1885 Florida Census, Suwannee County:
Household 80 J. W. RICE W M 52 M Farmer GA GA GA
H. M. RICE W F 47 Wife M GA
A. J. RICE W M 27 Son Wd GA
S. T. RICE W F 19 Dau S FL
[John Wesley's younger children are listed in the household of A. S. SAVAGE.]
Household 98
A. S. SAVAGE W M 65 M Wheelright GAS NC NC
L. " W F 65 Wife M GA NC NC
Sarah WARD W F 30 Dau M Wid FL GA GA
J. C. " W F 6 GrDau S FL
M. A. W M 2 GrSon S FL
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M. J. RICE W F 16 Dau S FL
J. M. " W F 14 Dau S FL
M. E. " W F 10 Dau S FL
Abbie S. " W F 7 Dau S FL
Julie " W F 5 S FL
John A. " W M 2 Grandson FL
McINTOSH J. S. W F 37 Sister-in-Law GA GA GA.

Henrietta died 25 February 1893. A year or two later, John married second S. Jane McIntosh.

1900 U.S. Census, Florida, Suwanee County, Luraville; Series: T623 Roll: 177 Page: 75: 222 223 RICE John W Head W M Oct 1833 67 M 5 (written over 43 , lined out) GA VA GA Farmer; -- Jane Wife W F Mch 1846 54 M 5 0 0 GA GA GA; -- Julia Dau W F Sept 1881 18 S FL GA GA. Julia is a daughter by Henrietta. Three households away is John and Henrietta's son, Arthur John RICE and second wife Roxy. Arthur's son Alexander J., born Sept 1883 FL, was by his first wife Etta McKINNON.

John Wesley RICE died in Luraville, Suwannee County, Florida and was buried in Ivey Cemetery, Suwannee County. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 56815125:

Masonic Emblem
HON. JOHN W.
RICE
BORN
APR. 24, 1833
DIED
SEPT. 3, 1911


General Notes: Wife - Susan Jane McINTOSH

This appears to be the family of Susan Jane McIntosh and her sister, Henrietta, mis listed as Henry, a male.
"United States Census, 1850," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MZYX-NL9 : accessed 18 September 2015), Henry Mcintosh in household of John A Mcintosh, Thomas county, Thomas, Georgia, United States; citing family 391, NARA microfilm publication M432 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.).
John A Mcintosh M 37 GA
Mary Mcintosh F 33 GA
Duncan Mcintosh M 14 GA
Henry Mcintosh M 13 GA
Daniel Mcintosh M 11 GA
Samuel Mcintosh M 9 GA
Jane Mcintosh F 7 GA
Thomas Mcintosh M 3 GA

S. Jane McIntosh, sister-in-law, born in Georgia, was enumerated in the household of John Wesley Rice in Suwannee County, Florida in the 1880 U.S. Census and the 1885 Florida State Census. Her sister, Henrietta, died 25 February 1893.

Mr. John W. RICE and Miss Susan Jane McIntosh married 12 April 1894 in Suwannee County, Florida. H. H. Neuman, Minister, officated. ["Florida Marriages, 1830-1993", database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:23ZH-GV3 : accessed 18 September 2015), John W Rice and Susan Jane McIntosh, 1894.]

Susan Jane died 10 March 1911.

NOTE: Possible error in this published record. B. A. Peek was age 3 when Susan Jane was born:
IVEY CEMETERY [Suwannee County, Florida]
50. S. Jane RICE - b. March 10, 1848, d. March 10, 1911. (Wife of J. W. Rice).
51. S. Jane RICE - b. Mar.10, 1848, d. Mar.10, 1911 (Daughter of B. A. and M. A. Peek). [NOTE: Error. Maiden name was McIntosh per marriage record. RLD]
55. B. A. PEEK - b. Nov. 18, 1845, d. Sept. 9, 1930.
[Suwannee County Genealogical Society, Inc., Cemetery Book Number One, page 75. http://archive.org/stream/cemeterybook14suwa/cemeterybook14suwa_djvu.txt]
Jane is buried in Ivey Cemetery, Suwannee County, Florida. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 56815070:

S. JANE RICE
WIFE OF
J. W. RICE
BORN
MAR. 10, 1848
DIED MAR. 10. 1911
------------
Safe in Jesus arms.

[Note: The 1900 census lists her birth in March 1846.]
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Thomas McINTOSH




Husband Thomas McINTOSH

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       Father: John McINTOSH (      -1769)
       Mother: Elizabeth UNKNOWN (      -      )





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General Notes: Husband - Thomas McINTOSH

The 1769 will of John McINTOSH confirms that Anne, Catherine, Valinder, Lochlin, John, and Thomas McINTOSH were siblings.

11 Jul 1784 Thos McIntosh witt will James Whaley (FHL 975.528 P 2sp Loudoun VA Abstr
1772-1788)
9 Aug 1784 Thos McIntosh one to prove will (FHL 975.528 P 2sp Loudoun VA Abstr 1772-1788) 10 Oct 1785 James Whaley estate--some to Thos McIntosh (FHL 975.528 P 2sp Loudoun VA Abstr
1772-1788)
1790 Taxpaying Heads of House VA:
John McIntosh Fairfax
Louchlan McIntosh Fairfax
5 Mar 1792 William Fitzhugh of Calvert Co, Maryland, Esq. asne. of Geo Mason of Fairfax Co. Esq.
asne. of Richard Graham 115 acres (2 Apr 1790) in Fairfax Co. on Pohisk Cr betw. Normansels
patent now George Mason Jr. & Col. Wm Fitzhugh, Giles Tillett (now Francis or Ludwell Lee),
Abednigo Adams (now Thomas McIntosh) (VA Northern Neck Land Grants Vol 3 1775-1800-Gray)
(Source: http://www.fourth-millennium.net/family-travels/mcintosh-virginia-records.html)
These appear to be two sons of John and Elizabeth McIntosh of Fairfax County, Virginia and brothers of Ann Nancy McIntosh O'Daniel. Aged 45 and over, born then before 1765. Their father died in 1769.
1810 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, Page 281
Line 9 McIntosh Thomas . 1 . . 1 || . . . . . . 2
Line 10 McIntosh Jno 1 . 1 . 1 || . 1 1 . 1 . 5

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Thomas L. McINTOSH




Husband Thomas L. McINTOSH

         Born: 1847
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       Father: John Anderson McINTOSH (1813-1863)
       Mother: Mary IRVINE (1815-1856)





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Samuel G. REID, Sr. and Agnes Nancy McKAY




Husband Samuel G. REID, Sr.

         Born: Abt 1728
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       Father: Alexander REID (Abt 1698-Abt 1775)
       Mother: Margaret McKAY (Abt 1705-Abt 1778)


     Marriage: Abt 1770



Wife Agnes Nancy McKAY

         Born: Abt 1753
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Children
1 M Samuel REID, Jr.

         Born: Abt 1766
   Christened: 
         Died: 27 May 1836 - Jasper County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Emily Elizabeth HURT (1780-1829)
         Marr: Bef 1800


2 M Robert Alexander REID, Sr.

         Born: Abt 1779
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1813
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Susannah STALLINGS (Abt 1783-      )
         Marr: Bef 1801



General Notes: Child - Samuel REID, Jr.

Will: Jasper Co., GA, WB 11 (or N), 1835 - 1848, pp. 153-158. Will of Samuel Reid, ww 26 Jan 1836, wp Jasper Co., GA, 4 July 1836.
"my son William A. Reid" - lots 154, 155, 176, 16th Dist., originally Baldwin now Jasper Co., GA; 1/2 lot 177, 16th Dist., originally Baldwin now Jasper Co., GA; specific slaves ("now in his possession"); 1/5 part of the balance of slaves; 1/5 personal property.
"my daughter Nancy Smith and her children when they arrive at the age of twenty one" - slaves; $500; lot 305, 20th District, originally Baldwin now Jasper Co., GA; left in trust with William A. Reid. Samuel Reid mentions "my son in law Henry (T? Y?) Smith" in this paragraph.
"my daughter Elizabeth Yancey Jordan and her children" - lots 208, 213, 16th Dist., originally Baldwin now Jasper Co., GA; 1/5 personal estate; 1/5 slaves; left in trust with Alexander S. Reid. A later sentence in this paragraph seems to indicate that Elizabeth didn't have any children when the will was written.
"my daughter Sarah A. Smith" and her children - lots 12, 13, 15th Dist., originally Baldwin now Jasper Co., GA; 1/5 part of slaves; 1/5 personal property; left in trust with William A. Reid.
"my son John C. H. Reid" - lots 185, 207, 214, 1/2 lot 215, 16th Dist., originally Baldwin now Jasper Co., GA; 1/5 slaves & personal property.
"my daughter Emily Hill" - lot 19, 15th Dist., originally Baldwin now Jasper Co., GA; 1/2 lot 215, 16th Dist., originally Baldwin now Jasper Co., GA ("whereon Nancy (Heath?) formerly lived"); 1/5 slaves; 1/5 personal property; left in trust with Alexander S. Reid.
"my grandson William Hurt Whitfield" - 490 acres in Irwin Co., GA, known by lot 177, 1st District, Irwin Co.; slaves "now in possession of Matthew Whitfield"; $500 when he reaches 21; $1,500 in money and property "by me to Matthew Whitfield" to remain with Matthew Whitfield for the use of William Hurt Whitfield; Joel Hurt, Alexander S. Reid & Edumnd Reid, trustees.
House and lot in town of Monticello "where I now live"; town lot #19 in Monticello; lot 185, 16th district of Baldwin now Jasper Co.; lot 345 North, 13th district, first section of originally Cherokee Co., GA -- all of this is to remain with executors for them to sell when they think best and divide proceeds among children.
Remaining slaves and personal property to be divided "among my children William A. Reid, Elizabeth Y. Jordan, Sarah A. Smith, John C. H. Reid, and Emily Hill."
Executors -- Joel Hurt, Alexander S. Reid, Edmund Reid of Putnam Co.
Wit -- Jesse Loyall, Jeremiah (Pourson?), James N. Hall, Henry George
[HURT, William of Halifax Co, NC, Sarah Sharpless, sks374@bellsouth.net, 4 Feb 2011]
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Alexander REID and Margaret McKAY




Husband Alexander REID

         Born: Abt 1698
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         Died: Abt 1775
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Bef 1728



Wife Margaret McKAY

         Born: Abt 1705
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         Died: Abt 1778
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Children
1 M Samuel G. REID, Sr.

         Born: Abt 1728
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1810
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Agnes Nancy McKAY (Abt 1753-Abt 1806)
         Marr: Abt 1770



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Donald McKEE




Husband Donald McKEE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Lowell McKEE (1888-      )
       Mother: Carrie C. HOLSTON (1887-      )





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James McKEE and Catherine TALBOTT




Husband James McKEE

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     Marriage: 9 Dec 1816



Wife Catherine TALBOTT

         Born: Abt 1796 - Clark County, Kentucky
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       Father: Samuel TALBOTT, Jr. (1756-1833) 366
       Mother: Mary O'DANIEL (Abt 1756-After 1833) 110




Children

General Notes: Wife - Catherine TALBOTT

"Catherine TALBORR married James McKEE on December 9, 1816, in Clark County." (http://www.rootsweb.com/~kyclark3/family/fr018-talbott.htm)

Catherine is named in the 16 August 1824 LW&T of her father, Samuel TALBOTT: "I give unto my daughter Catherine Mc -- One Dollar."
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Jeremy Clay McKEE




Husband Jeremy Clay McKEE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Jimmy Wayne McKEE
       Mother: Helen Frances PHILLIPS





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Jimmy Wayne McKEE and Helen Frances PHILLIPS




Husband Jimmy Wayne McKEE (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Helen Frances PHILLIPS (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: William Harold PHILLIPS (1889-1964)
       Mother: Helen Catherine RUSSELL (1904-1988)



 Other Spouse: Michael Daniel CROWNOVER


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1 M Jeremy Clay McKEE (details suppressed for this person)

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Margaret McKEE




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Wife Margaret McKEE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Lowell McKEE (1888-      )
       Mother: Carrie C. HOLSTON (1887-      )




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William H. McKEE




Husband William H. McKEE

         Born: 1921 - Baltimore County, Maryland
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         Died: 26 Apr 1922 - Baltimore County, Maryland
       Buried:  - Baltimore Cemetery


       Father: Lowell McKEE (1888-      ) 323
       Mother: Carrie C. HOLSTON (1887-      ) 323





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General Notes: Husband - William H. McKEE

William H. McKEE, infant son of Lowell McKEE and Carrie HOLSTON, died 26 April 1922 at age seven months. His grave is the family section in Baltimore Cemetery.
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Joe THOMAS, Jr. and Sherry McKEEN




Husband Joe THOMAS, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Sherry McKEEN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Calvin McKEEN
       Mother: Ruby Dorothy BUCHANAN (1931-2001)



 Other Spouse: James L. PURGASON (1956-2011)


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1 M Christopher THOMAS

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2 M Chad THOMAS (details suppressed for this person)

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James L. PURGASON and Sherry McKEEN




Husband James L. PURGASON

         Born: 25 Jun 1956 - Troup County, Georgia
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         Died: 19 Nov 2011 - Fulton County, Georgia
       Buried: 21 Nov 2011 - Corinth Cemetery, Troup County, Georgia
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Wife Sherry McKEEN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Calvin McKEEN
       Mother: Ruby Dorothy BUCHANAN (1931-2001)



 Other Spouse: Joe THOMAS, Jr.


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1 M Jamie PURGASON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Miranda (living)


2 M Jimmy PURGASON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - James L. PURGASON

Obituary: Mr. James L. Purgason, 55, of LaGrange, died Saturday, November 19, 2011, at Emory University Midtown Hospital.
The funeral service will be conducted at 4:00 p. m., Monday, November 21, in the Chapel of Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Jody Mitchell will officiate and interment will be in the Corinth Cemetery.
The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 6 until 8 Sunday night.
Born June 25, 1956, in Hogansville, Mr. Purgason was the son of the late George and Beatrice Haynes Purgason. He was a lifelong resident of Troup County, was a member of Springhill Baptist Church, and was employed as a truck driver for Vaughn X-press.
Survivors include his wife, Sherry Purgason of LaGrange; sons and daughters in-law, Jamie and Miranda Purgason of Zebulon, Jimmy and Amanda Purgason, and Chad Thomas, all of LaGrange; sister Sally Kee of Hogansville; brothers and sisters in-law George and JoAnn Purgason and Marvin and Mattie Purgason, all of Hogansville; six grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
Condolences may be expressed at www.mckibbenfuneralhome.com
Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.


General Notes: Child - Jamie PURGASON

"Jamie and Miranda Purgason of Zebulon [GA]" are named as a surviving son and daughter-in-law in the November 2011 obituary of James L. Purgason.


General Notes: Child - Jimmy PURGASON

"Jimmy and Amanda Purgason of LaGrange [GA]" are named as a surviving son and daughter-in-law in the November 2011 obituary of James L. Purgason.
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James Francis McKEMIE and Frances Jane McKEMIE




Husband James Francis McKEMIE 4620

         Born: 1802
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         Died: 1888
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       Father: Johnston McKEMIE (1765-1823) 4620
       Mother: Mary Bond PEARSON (1768-1824) 4620


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Wife Frances Jane McKEMIE

         Born: 1808
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John McKEMIE and Frances MOODY




Husband John McKEMIE 4620

         Born: 1792 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
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       Father: Johnston McKEMIE (1765-1823) 4620
       Mother: Mary Bond PEARSON (1768-1824) 4620


     Marriage: 1820 - Fairfield County, South Carolina



Wife Frances MOODY

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1 M John Pierce McKEMIE

         Born: 29 Dec 1822 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
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         Died: 14 Feb 1880
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John Pierce McKEMIE




Husband John Pierce McKEMIE

         Born: 29 Dec 1822 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
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         Died: 14 Feb 1880
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       Father: John McKEMIE (1792-1862) 4620
       Mother: Frances MOODY (      -Bef 1837)





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Johnston McKEMIE and Mary Bond PEARSON




Husband Johnston McKEMIE 4620

         Born: 1765
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         Died: 21 Jan 1823 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
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     Marriage: 1791 - Fairfield County, South Carolina



Wife Mary Bond PEARSON 4620

         Born: 20 Jan 1768 - Fairfield District, South Carolina
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         Died: 19 Sep 1824 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
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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 McKEMIE 4620

         Born: 1792 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
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         Died: Feb 1862 - Fort Donelson, Tennessee
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       Spouse: Frances MOODY (      -Bef 1837)
         Marr: 1820 - Fairfield County, South Carolina


2 F Mary McKEMIE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: James McGRAW (living)


3 F Sarah McKEMIE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: George BOYD (living)


4 M Philip McKEMIE 4620

         Born: 1795
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         Died: 1848
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5 M William McKEMIE 4620

         Born: 1799
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       Spouse: Elizabeth HAWTHORN (1804-      )


6 M James Francis McKEMIE 4620

         Born: 1802
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         Died: 1888
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Frances Jane McKEMIE (1808-      )


7 M Robert Pearson McKEMIE 4620

         Born: 1807
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         Died: 1878
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Charlotte MARTIN (1806-      )



General Notes: Husband - Johnston McKEMIE

Johnston McKEMIE married Mary Bond PEARSON, daughter of Brig. Gen. John H. PEARSON, Sr. and Sarah RAIFORD.

SC Archives, Will typescript:
Will of JOHNSTON McKEMIE
In the Name of God Amen
I Johnston McKEMIE of the state of south Carolina and Fairfield District being of sound and disposing mind and memory but weak in body and calling to mind the uncertainty of life and being desirous to dispose of all such worldly estate as it has pleased God to blefs me with do make and ordain this my last will and testament in the manner following that is to say:
I desire that my part of a tract of land (being one of seven heirs) of a tract or parcel of land lying on a creek called terible purchased from John DEARSON [sic, PEARSON?] late of Fairfield Dist from Philip RAIFORD late of sd District quantity over five hundred acres be immediately sold after my decease likewise my waggon and hind gier also my crop cotton with a negro girl named Tempy also my stock of black cattle hogs and sheep except as hereinafter excepted and out of the monies arising there from all my Just debts and funeral expences be paid by my executors here in after named and after payment of my debts an funeral expences
I give to my well beloved wife Mary McKEMIE one fourth part of the tract of land where on I now live with my dwelling house and furniture with the Kitchen Do and all my out houses with liberty to cultivate as much cleared land as may be necefsary until she may be conveniently supplied, and likewise a negro man named Frank and his wife Roda a negro man named Martin and a woman named Fan, one cream coloured horse and my farmer mare, like wise three first choices of cows and calves two hundred bushels of corn with all the Bacon that I have in my pofsefsion with all my plantation tools, likewise four stacks of fodder and all the oats that are in my barn, as well real or personal [estate] for and during her natural life, and after her decease I give the same to my children as here in after named, and first
I give two hundred dollars out of the property that I have bequeath to my wife at her decease to my daughter Mary McGRAW and the heirs of her body over her equal dividend of said property. I likewise give to her and have as above a tract of land lying on the waters of Sandy river containing one hundred and ninety three and three forths acres, likewise a negro woman named Patty and one named Hannah to her and the heirs of her body forever, never the lefs should a judgement be obtained against me as indorser on a note to James McGRAW in Bank in favor of As HALL then and in that case I desire the levy to be made on such land and should that be insufficient then and in that case then levy on the above named negroes Patty and Hannah, but should Judgement not be obtained against myself but against William STANTON then levy on said tract of land
I give to my son John one fourth part of the tract of land whereon I now live in the part on which he has built and improved his improvement not to be appraised, likewise a negro girl named Rachel and a boy named Tom, bed at the disposal of my wife to him and his heirs forever.
I give to my son Philip the tract of land whereon he now lives also a negro boy named Sam and a negro girl named Joan to him and his heirs forever, likewise bedding at my wife's disposal -----
I give to my son William one fourth part of the tract of land where on I now live a negro girl named Creacy and one named Eave with bed as above to him and his heirs forever.
I give to my daughter Sarah a negro woman named Abby and her issue likewise three hundred dollars to be paid by my Executors over and abover her equal dividend of the property bequeath to my wife at her decease likewise bed and furniture,
give to my son Robert one fourth part of the tract of land on which I now live to be the part on which my house stands to be his at his mothers decease, likewise a negro boy named Philip and a negro girl named Nancy, and bed at his mothers disposal.
I desire that all my children hold horse that has been known under their claim and likewise an equal part of the reside of the property bequeathed to my wife, after her death the real estate bequeathed to my sons to be appraised by three disinterested persons and them to pay or receive accordingly and all my estate not before mentioned to be equally divided between my children.
and lastly I constitute and appoint my friends Burrel B. COOK and A, HAWTHORN Executors of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all other and former wills and testaments by me heretofore made in testamony whereof I have hereuntto set my hand and affixed my seal this 21st January an in the year of our Lord 1823.
Johnston McKEMIE
Signed Sealed published and declared as and for the last will and testamentof the above named Johnston McKEMIE in presence of us
William HOLMES
Jos. HOLMES
Nathan BOYD
Proved Feb. 6, 1823
Jno BUCHANAN, Orinary
Recorded in Book No. 8 Page 200, Jan. 16, 1823, Apt. 22, File 289

The Last Will & Testament of Johnston McKEMIE is abstracted in the SC Arhives as below:
http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/search/details.asp?index=10320&table=Wills&tableLook=Wills
Series Number: S10809 Reel: 0011 Frame: 00568 item: 00 Date: 1823/01/16
Description: MCKEMIE, Johnston of Fairfield District, Fairfield County Will Typescript (MSS Will: Fairfield District Estate Record Book F, Vol. 8, Page 200; Estate Packet: File 22, Pkg 289) (3 Frames). Names Indexed: MCKEMIE, Johnston/PEARSON, John/RAIFORD, Philip/Tempy (Slave)/MCKEMIE, Mary/Frank (Slave)/Rhoda (Slave)/Martin (Slave)/Fan (Slave)/MCGRAW, Mary/Patty (Slave)/Hannah (Slave)/MCGRAW, James/HALL, A./STANTON, William/MCKEMIE, John/Rachel (Slave)/Tom (Slave)//MCKEMIE, Philip/Sam (Slave)/Jean (Slave)/MCKEMIE, William/Nelly (Slave)/Rhoda (Slave)/MCKEMIE, James/Creacy (Slave)/Eave (Slave)/MCKEMIE, Sarah/Abby (Slave)/MCKEMIE, Robert/Philip (Slave)/Nancy (Slave)/COOK, Burrel B./HAWTHORN, A./HOLMES, William/HOLMES, Joseph/BOYD, Nathan/ Locations: Fairfield District/Terrible Creek/Sandy River


General Notes: Wife - Mary Bond PEARSON

Mary Bond PEARSON married Johnston "John" McKEMIE. From her father's Will: "I give devise and bequeath unto my daughter Mary McKEMIE a plantation or tract of land situate in the said District being composed of several parcels of land originally granted to John PEARSON Junr. James MURDY and James OGILVIE bounded south by BARTONs branch and the principal branch of GOODDOWNS Creek to LONGs line on his spring branch being the line of division of a tract herein bequeathed to Sarah ELKINS , N.W. by lands Originally grants to, N.W. by lands Originally granted to Robert RABB , N.E. by said RABBs survey John PEARSON Junr & Charles Montgomery S.E. on lands originally granted John PEARSON Junr and John HAWTHORN , S.W. on John LONGs land the said tract of land hereby devised containing five hundred and seventy three acres having such form and marks as will appear by a platt of resurvey made by Wm. W. PEARSON DS. dated 22d June 1815 and know in the division of the lands of said testator as No. 6. To hold the said plantation to the said Mary McKEMIE her heirs and assigns forever."
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Philip McKEMIE




Husband Philip McKEMIE 4620

         Born: 1795
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         Died: 1848
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       Father: Johnston McKEMIE (1765-1823) 4620
       Mother: Mary Bond PEARSON (1768-1824) 4620





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Douglas McKENZIE




Husband Douglas McKENZIE 4899

         Born: Abt 1907 - Louisiana 4899
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       Father: George McKENZIE (Abt 1870-      ) 4899
       Mother: Mary PIPKIN (Abt 1869-      ) 4899





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Freddie McKENZIE




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Wife Freddie McKENZIE 4899

         Born: Abt 1901 - Tennessee 4899
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       Father: George McKENZIE (Abt 1870-      ) 4899
       Mother: Mary PIPKIN (Abt 1869-      ) 4899




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George McKENZIE and Mary PIPKIN




Husband George McKENZIE 4899

         Born: Abt 1870 - California 4899
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     Marriage: Bef 1901



Wife Mary PIPKIN 4899

         Born: Abt 1869 - Marshall County, Mississippi 1796
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       Father: HILLARY H. PIPKIN (1819-1878) 1796
       Mother: Margaret RAIFORD (1849-1923) 1796,2590




Children
1 F Freddie McKENZIE 4899

         Born: Abt 1901 - Tennessee 4899
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2 M Douglas McKENZIE 4899

         Born: Abt 1907 - Louisiana 4899
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General Notes: Husband - George McKENZIE

Of New Orleans, Louisiana.

1910 U.S. Census, Louisiana, Orleans Parish, 4-Wd New Orleans; Series: T624 Roll: 520 Page: 204: West End Blvd Line McKENZIE George Head M W 40 M1 11 CA CA CA Architect Draftsman; -- May Wife F W 38 M1 11 3 3 MS MS MS; -- Freddie Dau F W 8 S TN CA MS; -- Douglas Son M W 2 S LA CA MS.


General Notes: Wife - Mary PIPKIN

1880 U.S. Census, Mississippi, Marshall County, Byhalia; Series: T9 Roll: 657 Page: 637: 198 204 LOFTIN W. H. W M 38 M Farmer TN -- NC; -- M. E.(?) R. W F 28 Wife M Keeping house MS GA SC; THOMAS Fred W M 13 Step son s At school MS AL MS; PIPKIN Mary W F 10 Step dau S MS -- MS; BAILEY Archie B M 21 Laborer S Farm laborer MS MS MS; MOORE B F 40 Cook Wd Cook MS -- --. (In the 1870 census, Mary, age 10 here, is named as Minnion(?), 8 months, born in Dec (1869).)

Mary married George McKENZIE and was named as "May" in the 1910 census of Orleans Parish, Louisiana.
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Leo Anthony McKEOUGH and Imelda Clara RUSSELL




Husband Leo Anthony McKEOUGH

         Born: 30 Mar 1920
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         Died: 14 Feb 1979 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
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       Father: Leo H. McKEOUGH
       Mother: Amita WITT


     Marriage: 4 Oct 1941



Wife Imelda Clara RUSSELL

         Born: 26 Jan 1917
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         Died: 11 Feb 2002
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       Father: George Joseph RUSSELL, Sr. (1888-1962) 4618
       Mother: Loretta Josephine ROWAN (1885-1965) 4619




Children

General Notes: Wife - Imelda Clara RUSSELL

Imelda Clara Russell is named as Mrs. Leo A. McKeough in the 15 October 1965 obituary of Loretta Josephine Rowan Russell.
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Leo H. McKEOUGH and Amita WITT




Husband Leo H. McKEOUGH (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Amita WITT (details suppressed for this person)

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1 M Leo Anthony McKEOUGH

         Born: 30 Mar 1920
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         Died: 14 Feb 1979 - New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana
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       Spouse: Imelda Clara RUSSELL (1917-2002)
         Marr: 4 Oct 1941



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William Bull SALLEY and Anna Rosa McKEWN




Husband William Bull SALLEY 2571

         Born: 1844 2571
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         Died: 1922 2571
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       Father: Nathanial Moss SALLEY (1820-1887) 2571
       Mother: Sheldonia BULL (1824-1876) 2571


     Marriage: 1875 2571



Wife Anna Rosa McKEWN 2571

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Edgar Randall SPAIN and Helen Elizabeth McKIBBIN




Husband Edgar Randall SPAIN 860

         Born: 1905 - Ohio 863
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         Died: 18 Jan 1958 - Hamilton County, Ohio
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       Father: Omar Norman SPAIN, Sr. (1882-1946) 862,863
       Mother: Artena Maye McARTHUR (1882-1943) 862,863


     Marriage: 7 Mar 1935 - Covington County, Kentucky



Wife Helen Elizabeth McKIBBIN 863

         Born: 13 Oct 1909 863
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         Died: 22 Sep 1979 - Ohio 863
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Norman McKIBBIN and Annie Geraldine WILLIAMS




Husband Norman McKIBBIN (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Annie Geraldine WILLIAMS 2216

         Born: 16 Mar 1899 2216
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       Father: James Thomas WILLIAMS (      -      ) 2216
       Mother: Frances Elizabeth SNELLING (1870-      ) 1886,2206




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General Notes: Husband - Norman McKIBBIN

"Lived in Savannah
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Col R. D. B. TAYLOR and Catherine McKINLEY




Husband Col R. D. B. TAYLOR

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         Died: Bef 1873
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Wife Catherine McKINLEY

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         Died: 4 Feb 1873 - Baldwin County, Georgia
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       Father: Colonel William McKINLEY (      -      )
       Mother: Precious Patience BARROW (1817-1847) 79




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General Notes: Wife - Catherine McKINLEY

"February 8, 1873 Georgia Weekly Telegraph
Mrs. Catherine Taylor, widow of Col. R. D. B. Taylor, formerly of Athens, died at the residence of her father, Col. Wm. McKinley, near Milledgeville, on the 4th inst., after a protracted illness." (http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ga/county/baldwin/news1870s.html)
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Zimri M. TATE III and Rebecca McKINLEY




Husband Zimri M. TATE III (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Zimri TATE, Jr. (Abt 1775-Abt 1826)
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Wife Rebecca McKINLEY (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Rebecca McKINLEY

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 chileren 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)

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McKINNEY and Mellissa Ann VALLERY




Husband McKINNEY (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mellissa Ann VALLERY

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       Father: Raymond Talmadge VALLERY (1921-1987)
       Mother: Lockie DANIEL (1924-1989)




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General Notes: Wife - Mellissa Ann VALLERY

Mellissa Ann Vallery McKinney is named as a deceased sister in the June 2011 obituary of Raymond Wayne Vallery.

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Lovard Ellis REYNOLDS and Camilla Elizabeth McKINNEY




Husband Lovard Ellis REYNOLDS

         Born: 1873
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     Marriage: Bef 1898



Wife Camilla Elizabeth McKINNEY

         Born: 1879
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1 M Julian Ellis REYNOLDS, WWI 790,4138

         Born: 23 Jan 1898 - Pulaski County, Georgia 241
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         Died: 10 Nov 1966 - Muscogee County, Georgia 241
       Buried:  - Park Hill Cemetery
       Spouse: Florence Corinne WATTS (1906-1963) 790,1312,1954
         Marr: Sep 1924 - Upson County, Georgia 790



General Notes: Child - Julian Ellis REYNOLDS, WWI

WW1 draft registration--
Name: Julian Ellis Reynolds
City: Not Stated
County: Pulaski
State: Georgia
Birth Date: 23 Jan 1898
Race: White
Roll: 1558383
DraftBoard: 0
Robert Frigo)

1930 U.S. Census, Georgia, Muscogee County, Columbus; Series: T626 Roll: 378 Page: 161: 30th St 1029 335 356 REYNOLDS Julian E. Head M W 32 M 26 GA GA GA Mechanic Automobile Ex.; -- Florence C. Wife 24 M 18 GA GA GA; -- Julian E. Jr. Son M W 45/12 S GA GA GA; -- Harold E. Son M W 28/12 S GA GA GA; -- Doris A. Dau F W 1/12 S GA GA GA; WATT Carrie Mother-in-law F W 43 Wd GA GA GA Spinner Textile mill.
NOTE: Heritage Quest lists this page as being in Militia District 772 although the page clearly says 773.

JULIAN REYNOLDS 23 Jan 1898 Nov 1966 31904 (Columbus, Muscogee, GA ) (none specified) 257-20-5874 Georgia (SSDI)


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Candy McKINNEY




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       Father: Mahon McKINNEY
       Mother: Beverley Ann WATSON




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John Stanford TINSLEY and Fanny McKINNEY




Husband John Stanford TINSLEY 307,4403

         Born: Abt 1859 - Todd, Kentucky
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       Father: Alanson TINSLEY (1815-1899) 307,733,2140
       Mother: Catherine Grace FOX (1824-1910) 307,733,2140


     Marriage: Abt 1880



Wife Fanny McKINNEY 4403

         Born: Abt 1869 - Todd, Kentucky 4403
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1 M Emmett J. TINSLEY 4403

         Born: Abt 1884 - Texas 4403
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General Notes: Husband - John Stanford TINSLEY

1920 U.S. Census, Texas, Callahan County, 8 J-Pct; Series: T625 Roll: 1783 Page: 169: 142 152 TINSLEY John S. Head M W 60 M KY KY VA Farmer; -- Fannie Wife F W 50 M TN TN TN; -- Emmett J. Son M W 35 S TX KY TN.
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Mahon McKINNEY and Beverley Ann WATSON




Husband Mahon McKINNEY (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Beverley Ann WATSON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Wallace Carlisle WATSON, Sr. (1910-      )
       Mother: Jerry BURKHALTER (1910-1954)




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1 F Carol McKINNEY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Ronnie ANDERSON (living)
       Spouse: Richard C. GOODING (living)


2 F Candy McKINNEY (details suppressed for this person)

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John POPE and Mourning McKINNIE




Husband John POPE

         Born: Cir 1700
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Wife Mourning McKINNIE

         Born: Cir 1700
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1 M Henry POPE

         Born: Abt 1723
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         Died: Abt 1764 - Halifax County, North Carolina
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       Spouse: Tabitha BRADFORD (Abt 1734-1799)
         Marr: Bef 1752



General Notes: Child - Henry POPE

"don't know if this will help you but in the Ga. Archives, I found in the Bradford files a Tabitha Bradford m. Henry Pope in 1748. Henry was b. 1728 Edgecombe, Nc., d.1/2/1764. Will listed in Halifax, Nc. lists wife, Tabitha, sons, Burwell, Henry Augustine, and John of Wake co., NC, and a son Wiley (1758-1819) Burwell Pope b. 1752, d. 1800 in Wilkes Co., Ga. m. Priscilla Wooten. They also had Tabitha married to Thomas Wooten in 1769 and moved to Ga. where both died about 1808. I don't know how accurate this is as I am not researching this line. According to some Tabitha Bradford also married a Samuel Crowell which is the lineage I am interested in but my Tabitha was born in 1756 and married a Samuel Crowell with children born in the 1780s. Samuel Crowell died in 1826. Can't be the same Tabitha Bradford. [Thomas Hawkins, March 05, 2000, http://genforum.genealogy.com/bradford/messages/1128.html]
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Arthur John RICE and Etta McKINNON




Husband Arthur John RICE 898,3690

          AKA: John A. RICE 989,1642
         Born: Abt 1858 - Thomas County, Georgia
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       Father: Judge John Wesley RICE (1833-1911) 989,990
       Mother: Henrietta Martha A. McINTOSH (1838-1893) 898


     Marriage: 16 Nov 1882 - Thomas County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Roxey Ann McKINNON (      -      ) 3690 - Abt 1889 3690



Wife Etta McKINNON

         Born: 15 Jun 1857
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Children
1 M Alexander John RICE 3690

         Born: Sep 1883 - Suwannee County, Florida 3690
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         Died: 23 Aug 1931 - Fulton County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Orange Hill Cemetery, Pulaski County, Georgia
       Spouse: Janie Elda FLEMING (1884-1951)
         Marr: 5 Nov 1906 - Pulaski County, Georgia



General Notes: Husband - Arthur John RICE

Arthur John Rice, son of John Wesley RICE and Henrietta McINTOSH, is named as "A.", 2, in the 1860 census. He is John A. in the 1870 census.

The 1880 census lists Arthur J. RICE, 22, son, born Georgia (Series: T9 Roll: 132 Page: 312).

Arthur J. RICE married Etta McKINNON on 16 November 1882 in Thomas County, Georgia. Their son, Alexander John was born in September 1883. [FamilySearch.org: Georgia Marriages, 1808-1967, indexing project (batch) number: M71382-3, system origin: Georgia-EASy, source film number: 164389]

Etta died 21 October 1883 soon after Alexander was born. The1885 Florida Census, Suwannee County, lists Arthur J. RICE, 27, widower, living with his parents [houshold 80] in Swannee County, Florida. Arthur's younger siblings and his son, "John A.", age 2, are listed in the home of A. S. and L. SAVAGE, both age 65 [household 98].

Arthur married second Roxey McKINNON about 1889.
1900 U.S. Census, Florida, Suwanee County, Luraville; Series: T623 Roll: 177 Page: 75:
225 225 RICE, Arthur John Head W M July 1858 42 M 11 GA GA GA Farmer;
-- Roxey Wife W F June 1850 49 M 11 0 0 GA NC GA;
-- Alexander J. Son W M Sept 1883 16 FL GA GA Farm laborer;
McKINNON Lizzie Sister-in-law W F July 1865 34 S GA NC GA.
Arthur John RICE has been married to Roxey for 11 years. Alexander J., age 16 was his son by Etta McKINNON.
Three households away is Arthur John's father.
222 223 RICE John W Head W M Oct 1833 67 M 5 (written over 43, lined out) GA VA GA Farmer; -- Jane Wife W F Mch 1846 54 M 5 0 0 GA GA GA; -- Julia Dau W F Sept 1881 18 S FL GA GA. Notes: John has been married to Jane for 5 years. Julia is a daughter by Henrietta McINTOSH. Henrietta likely died before 1895.

1910 U.S. Census, Florida, Suwannee County, Precinct 11, Union; Series: T624 Roll: 168 Page: 156: 156 159 RICE A. J. Head M W 55 M1 20 GA GA GA Farmer Farmer; -- Rocksey [sic] Wife F W 35[*] M1 - - - GA GA GA.
[*Age error, Roxey was age 49 in the 1900 census.]
Note: Several McINTOSH families nearby.

"brother, A. J. Rice, Statenville, Ga." is named as a survivor in the September 4, 1923 obituary of his sister, Susan Thomas Young.


General Notes: Wife - Etta McKINNON

Etta McKINNON married Arthur John Rice on 16 November 1882 in Thomas County, Georgia. Their son, Alexander John , was born in September 1883. She died not long after hs birth.

IVEY CEMETERY [Suwannee County, Florida]
45. Etta RICE - b. June 15, 1857, d. Oct. 21, 1883. (Wife of Authur J. Rice).
["Cemetery book" p.75-76, http://archive.org/stream/cemeterybook14suwa/cemeterybook14suwa_djvu.txt]

Etta is buried in Ivey Cemetery, Suwannee County, Florida. Find A Grave Memorial# 58054538 created by KBrownst on Sep 01, 2010 lists her birth on Jun. 15, 1857 and her death on Oct. 21, 1883.

In Suwannee County, Florida in 1885, Arthur is a widower is living with his parents while their son is living with Arthur's relatives.


Notes: Marriage

Arthur J. RICE married Etta McKINNON on 16 November 1882 in Thomas County, Georgia. [FamilySearch.org: Georgia Marriages, 1808-1967, indexing project (batch) number: M71382-3, system origin: Georgia-EASy, source film number: 164389]


General Notes: Child - Alexander John RICE

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Pulaski County, Hawkinsville District; Series: T625 Roll: 273 Page: 216:
133 133 FLEMMING [sic] M. J. Head F W 60 Wd GA GA GA;
RICE J. F. [sic] Dau F W 35 M GA GA GA;
-- A. J. Son-in-law M W GA GA GA Insurance Insuring;
-- D. L. Son M W 12 S GA GA GA.

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Arthur John RICE and Roxey Ann McKINNON




Husband Arthur John RICE 898,3690

          AKA: John A. RICE 989,1642
         Born: Abt 1858 - Thomas County, Georgia
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       Father: Judge John Wesley RICE (1833-1911) 989,990
       Mother: Henrietta Martha A. McINTOSH (1838-1893) 898


     Marriage: Abt 1889 3690

 Other Spouse: Etta McKINNON (1857-1883) - 16 Nov 1882 - Thomas County, Georgia



Wife Roxey Ann McKINNON 3690

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Children

General Notes: Husband - Arthur John RICE

Arthur John Rice, son of John Wesley RICE and Henrietta McINTOSH, is named as "A.", 2, in the 1860 census. He is John A. in the 1870 census.

The 1880 census lists Arthur J. RICE, 22, son, born Georgia (Series: T9 Roll: 132 Page: 312).

Arthur J. RICE married Etta McKINNON on 16 November 1882 in Thomas County, Georgia. Their son, Alexander John was born in September 1883. [FamilySearch.org: Georgia Marriages, 1808-1967, indexing project (batch) number: M71382-3, system origin: Georgia-EASy, source film number: 164389]

Etta died 21 October 1883 soon after Alexander was born. The1885 Florida Census, Suwannee County, lists Arthur J. RICE, 27, widower, living with his parents [houshold 80] in Swannee County, Florida. Arthur's younger siblings and his son, "John A.", age 2, are listed in the home of A. S. and L. SAVAGE, both age 65 [household 98].

Arthur married second Roxey McKINNON about 1889.
1900 U.S. Census, Florida, Suwanee County, Luraville; Series: T623 Roll: 177 Page: 75:
225 225 RICE, Arthur John Head W M July 1858 42 M 11 GA GA GA Farmer;
-- Roxey Wife W F June 1850 49 M 11 0 0 GA NC GA;
-- Alexander J. Son W M Sept 1883 16 FL GA GA Farm laborer;
McKINNON Lizzie Sister-in-law W F July 1865 34 S GA NC GA.
Arthur John RICE has been married to Roxey for 11 years. Alexander J., age 16 was his son by Etta McKINNON.
Three households away is Arthur John's father.
222 223 RICE John W Head W M Oct 1833 67 M 5 (written over 43, lined out) GA VA GA Farmer; -- Jane Wife W F Mch 1846 54 M 5 0 0 GA GA GA; -- Julia Dau W F Sept 1881 18 S FL GA GA. Notes: John has been married to Jane for 5 years. Julia is a daughter by Henrietta McINTOSH. Henrietta likely died before 1895.

1910 U.S. Census, Florida, Suwannee County, Precinct 11, Union; Series: T624 Roll: 168 Page: 156: 156 159 RICE A. J. Head M W 55 M1 20 GA GA GA Farmer Farmer; -- Rocksey [sic] Wife F W 35[*] M1 - - - GA GA GA.
[*Age error, Roxey was age 49 in the 1900 census.]
Note: Several McINTOSH families nearby.

"brother, A. J. Rice, Statenville, Ga." is named as a survivor in the September 4, 1923 obituary of his sister, Susan Thomas Young.


General Notes: Wife - Roxey Ann McKINNON

Arthur J RICE married Roxie Ann McKINNON. [Teresa Griffis]
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Henry McKINZIE and Mariah WHITE




Husband Henry McKINZIE (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mariah WHITE (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Joseph B. WHITE (      -      )
       Mother: Sarah HOWELL (Cir 1765-      )




Children

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James McKISSACK




Husband James McKISSACK

         Born: Abt 1765 - Caswell County, North Carolina
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         Died: Between 1830 and 1840 - Henry County, Alabama
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1 F Martha McKISSACK 727

         Born: Abt 1800 - Georgia 727
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       Spouse: Parker BUTTS (1790-After 1860) 726
         Marr: Abt 1826



General Notes: Child - Martha McKISSACK

"James McKISSACK was born 1765/1768 in Caswell Co NC and died 1830/1840 in Henry Co Al. His wife's name is unknown. James' children: Archibald D born 1790/1795 in Ga and died Mar 1838 in Henry Co Al married Elizabeth FOSTER, John Wesley born 1796 Ga and died 1869/1870 Henry Co Al married Mary S WHEELER, Martha McKISSACK born 1800 Ga married Parker BUTTS, Susannah married William B BARNETT, William B born 1808 Ga and married Martha, Sarah married William AYERS, Elizabeth married James TAYLOR." [http://www.mckissick.us/geneology/ancestors/ancestors.ged]

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George Wilson McKOWN and Maude LaPette SMITH




Husband George Wilson McKOWN

         Born: 26 Sep 1872 - Pennsylvania
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         Died: 20 Dec 1944 - Montana
       Buried:  - Hillcrest Lawn Memorial Cemetery, Cascade County, Montana
     Marriage: 19 Jun 1901 - Pettis County, Missouri



Wife Maude LaPette SMITH 4213

          AKA: Maude LaPettie DUGAN
         Born: 22 Jul 1869 - Greene County, Missouri 4213
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         Died: 20 Nov 1938 - Cascade County, Montana
       Buried:  - Hillcrest Lawn Memorial Cemetery, Cascade County, Montana


       Father: Henry Harrison SMITH (Abt 1842-Bef 1874) 4213
       Mother: Ann Adelia STEVENS (1843-1917) 4213




Children
1 M Nathaniel Aylesworth McKOWN 2261

         Born: 2 Apr 1902 - Missouri
   Christened: 
         Died: 17 Feb 1989
     Cremated:  - ashes spread in Puget Sound,Washington
       Spouse: Eugenia Cary PATTERSON (1902-1998) 4496
         Marr: Jul 1925 - Hawaii



General Notes: Husband - George Wilson McKOWN

Find A Grave Memorial# 104012555 lists George Wilson McKown's burial in Hillcrest Lawn Memorial, Great Falls, Cascade County, Montana. The memorial links to those of his father, Nathaniel A. McKown (1838 - 1902), his wife, Maud La Pette Dugan McKown (1869 - 1938), and son, Nathaniel Aylesworth McKown (1902 - 1989).


General Notes: Wife - Maude LaPette SMITH

Maude LaPette Smith was a biological daughter of Henry Harrison Smith. She was an adopted daughter of George Ernest Dugan. Maude married first Emile J. Landmann on 1 June 1892 in Sedalia, Pettis County, Missouri. She married second George Wilson McKown on 19 June 1901 in Sedalia, Pettis County, Missouri.

Tunkhannock Republican, 7 June 1901: Invitation to the wedding of George Wilson MC KOWN and Maude La Pette DUGAN, will occur at noon on Wed, J[u]n. 19th, at the First M. E. Church in Sedalia, MO. He is the son of Col. and Mrs. N. A. MC KOWN, of this place.

Find A Grave Memorial# 104012507 lists Maude's burial in Hillcrest Lawn Memorial Cemetery, Great Falls, Cascade County, Montana. The memorial links to those for her adoptive parents, George Ernest Dugan (1845 - ____) and Ann Adelia Stevens Dugan (1843 - 1917)
her second husband, George Wilson McKown (1872 - 1944) and their son, Nathaniel Aylesworth McKown (1902 - 1989).


General Notes: Child - Nathaniel Aylesworth McKOWN

Nathaniel Aylesworth McKown was a son of George Wilson McKown and Maude LaPette Smith, an adopted daughter of George Ernest Dugan. Nathaniel married Eugenia Cary Patterson.

"Nathaniel Aylesworth McKown was named after my great great grandfather, Nathaniel Aylesworth McKown, who received a medal of honor during the Civil War for capturing a confederate flag during the battle at Chapin's Farm (just south of Richmond, Va.) He also was a 1st Lieutenant of a colored regiment." [Kiwi Heilman, email 12.27.2012]

Nathaniel's father's family in 1900:
"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M3H3-TVC : accessed 27 Nov 2012), George W Mckown in household of Nathaniel Mckown, ED 148 Tunkhannock Township Tunkhannock borough Ward 1-2, Wyoming, Pennsylvania, United States; citing sheet 29A, family 198, NARA microfilm publication T623, FHL microfilm 1241500.
Nathaniel Mckown head M 62 Pennsylvania
Clarina Mckown wife F 61 Pennsylvania
Adelaide Mckown daughter F 33 Pennsylvania
George W. Mckown son M 27 Pennsylvania
Charles P. Mckown son M 25 Pennsylvania
Francis J. Mckown daughter F 23 Pennsylvania

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M83N-G8J : accessed 27 Nov 2012), Nathanel A Mc Kown in household of George W Mc Kown, , Cascade, Montana; citing enumeration district (ED) , sheet 8B, family 198, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1820968.
George W. McKown self M 47 Pennsylvania
McKown wife F 50 Missouri
Nathanel A. McKown son M 17 Missouri

"Nathaniel McKown, Great Falls, Mont." is named as a passenger on the Matson passenger liner Lurlene departing from Seattle to Honolulu, Hawaii. [The Seattle Daily Times, Seattle, Washington, Wednesday, July 9, 1924, Page 13]
Also listed on this voyage is William Aho of Montana. One year later, in July 1925, Nathaniel and William will be the grooms in a double Hawaiian wedding when their fiancees from Montana, Eugenia Patterson (Nathaniel) and Gladys Martin (William), sail from Seattle to join them.

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XCMF-DV1 : accessed 27 Nov 2012), George W Mckown, Great Falls, Cascade, Montana; citing enumeration district (ED) 0001, sheet 2A, family 14, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 1253.
George W. Mckown head M 57 Pennsylvania
Lapette D. Mckown wife F 59 Missouri

Announcing the Appointment of Nat A. McKown as the new Capitol Life Agency Manager in Seattle
Mr McKown joins the Capitol Life Insurance Company with over ten years experience in the insurance business. He is a graduate of Montana State University and is also known throughout the Seattle area for his achievements in the insurance field. Mr. McKown will maintain offices at 550 Mercer Street, Rom 104 - and will continue to serve the life insurance needs of Seattle and the surrounding counties. [The Seattle Daily Times, Seattle Washington, Monday, March 2, 1953, Page 5]

Nathaniel died February 17, 1989. He was cremated.

N. A. McKown born 2 April 1902 died 17 February 1989 at age 87. Last residence: King County, Washington 98034. Social security number: 559-10-9897 issued in California. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VMML-DTG : accessed 01 Dec 2012), N A Mckown, 17 February 1989; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).

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Follow-up Research:
EIGHTEENTH ARMY CORPS
FIRST DIVISION
Third Brigade
Sergt. Nathaniel A. McKown,* Company B. Fifty-eight Pennsylvania, advanced in front of our lines after the repulse of the enemy, capturing a rebel battle flag under severe picket fire.. He is recommended to the Secretary of War for a medal for gallantry. Sergeant McKown is promoted for good conduct to a lieutenant in the Sixth U. S. Colored Troops.
*Awarded a Medal of Honor [SOURCE: United States War Department. THE WAR OF THE REBELLION: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. Series I, Volume 42. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1880-1901., http://www.lwfaam.net/cw/virginia/rpt_ews1.htm]
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John Patterson McKOWN and Deanna PENNINGTON




Husband John Patterson McKOWN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Nathaniel Aylesworth McKOWN (1902-1989)
       Mother: Eugenia Cary PATTERSON (1902-1998)


     Marriage: 



Wife Deanna PENNINGTON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Frederick PENNINGTON
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 Other Spouse: ALLEN


Children
1 F Lorie Christine McKOWN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Michael Duncan HOFFMAN (living)


2 F Kimberly McKOWN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: HEILMAN (living)



General Notes: Husband - John Patterson McKOWN

John P. McKown, son of Nathaniel and Eugenia McKown, is age 7 in the 1940 census of Honolulu, Hawaii.

Mr. and Mrs. N. A. McKown were in San Francisco last week-end to attend the wedding of their son, Mr. John P. McKown and Mrs. Deanna Pennington Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Pennington of Fremont, Calif. The ceremony took place October 10 in Palo Alto, and the couple was attended by Miss Shirley McKown of San Francisco, sister of the bridegroom, and Mr. Larry Siminol. There was a family dinner after the ceremony. The newlyweds will make their first home in Greenbrae, Calif. Mr. McKown attended the University of Montana, where he joined Sigma Chi Fraternity, and was graduated from the University of Washington. [The Seattle Daily Times, Seattle, Washington, Sunday, October 18, 1964, Page 80]

TRAVEL TALK: The N. A. McKowns will fly to Honolulu Saturday - their first return to the islands (they were married there in in July 1925) since 1934. The travelers will spend three weeks with their daughter Shirley McKown, who moved to Honolulu from Los Angeles last November. The McKown's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John T. McKown[*], and their daughters, Christine and Kimberly, moved to town last month from Garden Grove, Calif. [The Seattle Daily Times Seattle, Washington, Sunday, May 5, 1968, Page 110]
[*sic. Error. Should have said: "the McKown's son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.John P. McKown", Kimberley McKown Heilman]


Notes: Marriage

Mr. and Mrs. N. A. McKown were in San Francisco last week-end to attend the wedding of their son, Mr. John P. McKown and Mrs. Deanna Pennington Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Pennington of Fremont, Calif. The ceremony took place October 10 in Palo Alto, and the couple was attended by Miss Shirley McKown of San Francisco, sister of the bridegroom, and Mr. Larry Siminol. There was a family dinner after the ceremony. The newlyweds will make their first home in Greenbrae, Calif. Mr. McKown attended the University of Montana, where he joined Sigma Chi Fraternity, and was graduated from the University of Washington. [The Seattle Daily Times, Seattle, Washington, Sunday, October 18, 1964, Page 80]

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Nathaniel Aylesworth McKOWN and Eugenia Cary PATTERSON




Husband Nathaniel Aylesworth McKOWN 2261

         Born: 2 Apr 1902 - Missouri
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         Died: 17 Feb 1989
     Cremated:  - ashes spread in Puget Sound,Washington


       Father: George Wilson McKOWN (1872-1944)
       Mother: Maude LaPette SMITH (1869-1938) 4213


     Marriage: Jul 1925 - Hawaii



Wife Eugenia Cary PATTERSON 4496

         Born: 24 Dec 1902 - Montana
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 Sep 1998 - King County, Washington
     Cremated:  - ashes spread in Puget Sound,Washington


       Father: James Orville PATTERSON, Jr. (1865-1952) 2259
       Mother: Eugenia Cary HURST (1869-1910) 2259,2262




Children
1 F Shirley J. McKOWN (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M John Patterson McKOWN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Deanna PENNINGTON (living)



General Notes: Husband - Nathaniel Aylesworth McKOWN

Nathaniel Aylesworth McKown was a son of George Wilson McKown and Maude LaPette Smith, an adopted daughter of George Ernest Dugan. Nathaniel married Eugenia Cary Patterson.

"Nathaniel Aylesworth McKown was named after my great great grandfather, Nathaniel Aylesworth McKown, who received a medal of honor during the Civil War for capturing a confederate flag during the battle at Chapin's Farm (just south of Richmond, Va.) He also was a 1st Lieutenant of a colored regiment." [Kiwi Heilman, email 12.27.2012]

Nathaniel's father's family in 1900:
"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M3H3-TVC : accessed 27 Nov 2012), George W Mckown in household of Nathaniel Mckown, ED 148 Tunkhannock Township Tunkhannock borough Ward 1-2, Wyoming, Pennsylvania, United States; citing sheet 29A, family 198, NARA microfilm publication T623, FHL microfilm 1241500.
Nathaniel Mckown head M 62 Pennsylvania
Clarina Mckown wife F 61 Pennsylvania
Adelaide Mckown daughter F 33 Pennsylvania
George W. Mckown son M 27 Pennsylvania
Charles P. Mckown son M 25 Pennsylvania
Francis J. Mckown daughter F 23 Pennsylvania

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M83N-G8J : accessed 27 Nov 2012), Nathanel A Mc Kown in household of George W Mc Kown, , Cascade, Montana; citing enumeration district (ED) , sheet 8B, family 198, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1820968.
George W. McKown self M 47 Pennsylvania
McKown wife F 50 Missouri
Nathanel A. McKown son M 17 Missouri

"Nathaniel McKown, Great Falls, Mont." is named as a passenger on the Matson passenger liner Lurlene departing from Seattle to Honolulu, Hawaii. [The Seattle Daily Times, Seattle, Washington, Wednesday, July 9, 1924, Page 13]
Also listed on this voyage is William Aho of Montana. One year later, in July 1925, Nathaniel and William will be the grooms in a double Hawaiian wedding when their fiancees from Montana, Eugenia Patterson (Nathaniel) and Gladys Martin (William), sail from Seattle to join them.

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XCMF-DV1 : accessed 27 Nov 2012), George W Mckown, Great Falls, Cascade, Montana; citing enumeration district (ED) 0001, sheet 2A, family 14, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 1253.
George W. Mckown head M 57 Pennsylvania
Lapette D. Mckown wife F 59 Missouri

Announcing the Appointment of Nat A. McKown as the new Capitol Life Agency Manager in Seattle
Mr McKown joins the Capitol Life Insurance Company with over ten years experience in the insurance business. He is a graduate of Montana State University and is also known throughout the Seattle area for his achievements in the insurance field. Mr. McKown will maintain offices at 550 Mercer Street, Rom 104 - and will continue to serve the life insurance needs of Seattle and the surrounding counties. [The Seattle Daily Times, Seattle Washington, Monday, March 2, 1953, Page 5]

Nathaniel died February 17, 1989. He was cremated.

N. A. McKown born 2 April 1902 died 17 February 1989 at age 87. Last residence: King County, Washington 98034. Social security number: 559-10-9897 issued in California. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VMML-DTG : accessed 01 Dec 2012), N A Mckown, 17 February 1989; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).

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Follow-up Research:
EIGHTEENTH ARMY CORPS
FIRST DIVISION
Third Brigade
Sergt. Nathaniel A. McKown,* Company B. Fifty-eight Pennsylvania, advanced in front of our lines after the repulse of the enemy, capturing a rebel battle flag under severe picket fire.. He is recommended to the Secretary of War for a medal for gallantry. Sergeant McKown is promoted for good conduct to a lieutenant in the Sixth U. S. Colored Troops.
*Awarded a Medal of Honor [SOURCE: United States War Department. THE WAR OF THE REBELLION: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. Series I, Volume 42. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1880-1901., http://www.lwfaam.net/cw/virginia/rpt_ews1.htm]


General Notes: Wife - Eugenia Cary PATTERSON

Eugenia Cary PATTERSON, daughter of James Orville PATTERSON and Eugenia Cary HURST, is listed as age 5 in the 1910 census. She is 17 in the 1920 census.

SAIL TO GET MARRIED
Montana Girls Plan Double Wedding in Hawaii
Pair on Voyage of Romance Among Passengers on Liner Lurline Bound for Honolulu
"It's the longest journey we have even dreamed we would make, our first sea voyage - and it will wind up in a double wedding." said Miss Eugenia Patterson of Great Falls, Mont.. who with Miss Gladys Martin of Missoula, sailed from Seattle yesterday afternoon on the Matson Navigation Company's liner Lurline, bound for Honolulu. "Yes, it's our greatest adventure." said Miss Martin. "We are from Montana en route to Honolulu to marry Montana boys. Isn't that interesting. A Montana double wedding in Hawaii." Miss Patterson said she was going to be married to Nat McKown, formerly of Great Falls, who is now employed in the advertising department of the Honolulu Star Bulletin. Miss Martin will wed William Aho, formerly of Billings, Mont., who is now employed by the Hawaiian Pineapple Company. [The Seattle Daily Times, Seattle, Washington, Sunday, July 19, 1925, Page 23]

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XH1F-2DR : accessed 27 Nov 2012), Eugenia P Mckown in household of Nathaniel A Mckown, Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawaii; citing enumeration district (ED) 0025, sheet 6A, family 158, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 2633.
Nathaniel A. Mckown head M 28 Missouri
Eugenia P. Mckown wife F 27 Montana
Shirley J. daughter Mckown F 0 Hawaii

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K9CF-MPW : accessed 27 Nov 2012), Eugenia Mckown in household of Nathaniel Mckown, Councilmanic District 3, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Township, Los Angeles, California, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 60-178, sheet 6B, family 172, NARA digital publication T627, roll 400.
Nathaniel Mckown head M 38 Missouri
Eugenia Mckown wife F 37 Montana
Shirley Jean Mckown daughter F 10 Honolulu
John P. Mckown son M 7 Honolulu

TRAVEL TALK: The N. A. McKowns will fly to Honolulu Saturday - their first return to the islands (they were married there in in July 1925) since 1934. The travelers will spend three weeks with their daughter Shirley McKown, who moved to Honolulu from Los Angeles last November. The McKown's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John T. McKown, and their daughters, Christine and Kimberly, moved to town last month from Garden Grove, Calif. [The Seattle Daily Times Seattle, Washington, Sunday, May 5, 1968, Page 110]

Eugenia's death was listed on page C13 of The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Friday, September 11, 1998: McKOWN, Eugenia P., 95, of Bellevue, Sept. 6.

Eugenia's remains were cremated, the ashes spread in Puget Sound by her son, John Patterson McKown.

Eugenia P. Mckown, born 24 December 1902 died 6 September 1998 at age 96. Last residence: Bellevue, King County, Washington 98005. Social security number: 537-24-0696 issued in Washington. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JG9L-B46 : accessed 27 Nov 2012), Eugenia P Mckown, 6 September 1998; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]


General Notes: Child - Shirley J. McKOWN

Shirley J. McKown, daughter of Nathaniel A. and Eugenia P. McKown is listed as age 0 in the 1930 census of Honolulu, Hawaii.

notes... and notables...
NEW CITY: Since Saturday, San Francisco has been the home base for Miss Shirley McKow. The reason for the move is a new position as sales promotion manager of the White House Department Store. Miss McKown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. McKown is a graduate of Montana State University and a member of Alpha Phi Sorority and Theta Sigma Phi, women's national journalism fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tullis had a few of Miss McKown's friends for cocktails before Miss McKown's departure and Miss Rosa Law had a small dinner party at the Seattle Tennis Club. [The Seattle Daily Times, Seattle, Washington, Monday, June 3, 1963, Page 31]

NOTE: "Charley Jean" is named as a daughter of Nathaniel Aylesworth McKown and eugenia Cary Patterson in "Montana: Its Land and Its People, Vol. III", by Robert George Raymer, M. A., Chicago and New York, The Lewis Publishing Co., 1930, p, 837. Curious that the pub date is 1930. Shirley, age 0, is named in the family in the 1930 census. Kimberly "Kiwi" Heilman, Shirley' niece, wrote that my father John P. and Shirley J. are the only two children. It is then likely that "Charley Jean" is "Shirley Jean." A typo or misread from the original manuscript? RLD


General Notes: Child - John Patterson McKOWN

John P. McKown, son of Nathaniel and Eugenia McKown, is age 7 in the 1940 census of Honolulu, Hawaii.

Mr. and Mrs. N. A. McKown were in San Francisco last week-end to attend the wedding of their son, Mr. John P. McKown and Mrs. Deanna Pennington Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Pennington of Fremont, Calif. The ceremony took place October 10 in Palo Alto, and the couple was attended by Miss Shirley McKown of San Francisco, sister of the bridegroom, and Mr. Larry Siminol. There was a family dinner after the ceremony. The newlyweds will make their first home in Greenbrae, Calif. Mr. McKown attended the University of Montana, where he joined Sigma Chi Fraternity, and was graduated from the University of Washington. [The Seattle Daily Times, Seattle, Washington, Sunday, October 18, 1964, Page 80]

TRAVEL TALK: The N. A. McKowns will fly to Honolulu Saturday - their first return to the islands (they were married there in in July 1925) since 1934. The travelers will spend three weeks with their daughter Shirley McKown, who moved to Honolulu from Los Angeles last November. The McKown's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John T. McKown[*], and their daughters, Christine and Kimberly, moved to town last month from Garden Grove, Calif. [The Seattle Daily Times Seattle, Washington, Sunday, May 5, 1968, Page 110]
[*sic. Error. Should have said: "the McKown's son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.John P. McKown", Kimberley McKown Heilman]


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Shirley J. McKOWN




Husband (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Shirley J. McKOWN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Nathaniel Aylesworth McKOWN (1902-1989)
       Mother: Eugenia Cary PATTERSON (1902-1998)




Children

General Notes: Wife - Shirley J. McKOWN

Shirley J. McKown, daughter of Nathaniel A. and Eugenia P. McKown is listed as age 0 in the 1930 census of Honolulu, Hawaii.

notes... and notables...
NEW CITY: Since Saturday, San Francisco has been the home base for Miss Shirley McKow. The reason for the move is a new position as sales promotion manager of the White House Department Store. Miss McKown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. McKown is a graduate of Montana State University and a member of Alpha Phi Sorority and Theta Sigma Phi, women's national journalism fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tullis had a few of Miss McKown's friends for cocktails before Miss McKown's departure and Miss Rosa Law had a small dinner party at the Seattle Tennis Club. [The Seattle Daily Times, Seattle, Washington, Monday, June 3, 1963, Page 31]

NOTE: "Charley Jean" is named as a daughter of Nathaniel Aylesworth McKown and eugenia Cary Patterson in "Montana: Its Land and Its People, Vol. III", by Robert George Raymer, M. A., Chicago and New York, The Lewis Publishing Co., 1930, p, 837. Curious that the pub date is 1930. Shirley, age 0, is named in the family in the 1930 census. Kimberly "Kiwi" Heilman, Shirley' niece, wrote that my father John P. and Shirley J. are the only two children. It is then likely that "Charley Jean" is "Shirley Jean." A typo or misread from the original manuscript? RLD
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William Daniel NELSON and Jessie McLANAHAN




Husband William Daniel NELSON

         Born: 1 Sep 1876 - Kershaw County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 Aug 1923 - Duval County, Florida
       Buried: 31 Aug 1923 - Evergreen Cemetery, Duval County, Florida


       Father: William R. NELSON (Abt 1829-Bef 1900)
       Mother: Jane C. STARK (Abt 1834-      )


     Marriage: 16 Nov 1910 - Franklin County, Pennsylvania



Wife Jessie McLANAHAN

         Born: 13 Jun 1877
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 Dec 1969
       Buried:  - Evergreen Cemetery, Duval County, Florida


Children
1 M W. Daniel NELSON

         Born: 1911 - Florida
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - William Daniel NELSON

In the 1910 census of Jacksonville, Ward 4, Duval County, Florida, Daniel Nelson, age 33, single, born in South Carolina is listed as a "Roomer"

"United States Census, 1920," Database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MNYX-389 : accessed 26 June 2015), William Nelson, District 67, Jacksonville Ward 10, Duval, Florida, United States; citing sheet 17A, family 384, NARA microfilm publication T625 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,820,218.
William Nelson Head M 45 SC SC SC
Jessie Nelson Wife F 42 PA PA PA
Daniel Nelson Son M 8 FL SC PA

William Daniel Nelson, born 1 September 1876 in Camden, South Carolina, died 28 August 1923 in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida at age 46 years, 11 months, and 28 days. He was a son of Wm. R. Nelson and Jane Stark, both born in Kershaw County, South Carolina. He was married and resided at 1745 Park, Jacksonville, Florida.

William Daniel was buried in Evergreen Cemetery on 31 Aug 1923. ["Florida Deaths, 1877-1939," Database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FPQQ-VFV : accessed 26 June 2015), Wm. R. Nelson in entry for William Daniel Nelson, 28 Aug 1923; citing Jacksonville, Duval, Florida, reference cn 8695; FHL microfilm 2,116,298.]

A picture of William Daniel's headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 80296249:

W. DANIEL NELSON
SEPT. 1, 1876
AUG. 29, 1923
[Died 28 August per the death record above.]

The memorial presents this obituary:
William Daniel Nelson was the manager of the Jacksonville Traffic Bureau, considered one of the best authorities on railroad rates in this section. He had followed the railroad game all of his life and prior to his connection with the local traffic bureau for the last seven years he had been connected with a number of railroads, including the Seaboard Air Line railroad here in Jacksonville. He came to this city 32 years ago. He was married in Greencastle, PA Nov. 16, 1910 to Miss Jessie McLanahan of Greencastle PA. She and their son WD Nelson survive him as well as two sisters Mrs WT Bauskett and Mrs Fannie Bauskett both of Camden SC. He died at his home at 1745 Park St at 11:30 pm of acute dilation of the heart. He had spent a longer day than normal at his office but had complained of not feeling well the last 2 or 3 days. Funeral held from the Church of the Good Shepherd at 10 am Fri morning with burial at Evergreen.


General Notes: Wife - Jessie McLANAHAN

"United States Census, 1930," Database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XH3W-NDX : accessed 26 June 2015), Jessie Mc L Nelson in household of A Gregg Mclanahan, Greencastle, Franklin, Pennsylvania, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0010, sheet 15B, family 424, line 66, NARA microfilm publication T626 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002), roll 2042; FHL microfilm 2,341,776.
A. Gregg Mclanahan Head M 77 Wd PA PA MD
Jessie McL Nelson Dau F 52 Wd PA PA MD
W. Daniel Nelson GrSon M 18 S FL SC PA

Jessie M. Nelson, age 74, born in Pennsylvania, arrived at the Port of New York aboard the S.S. Pamana on 26 March 1952, having sailed from Cristobal, Canal Zone on 21 March 1952. Her desination in the U.S. was 208 N. Carlyle Street, Greencastle, Pennsylvania. ["New York, New York Passenger and Crew Lists, 1909, 1925-1957," Database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:2412-96V : accessed 26 June 2015), Jessie M Nelson, 1952; citing Immigration, New York City, New York, United States, NARA microfilm publication T715 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 2,297,639.]

Jessie M. Nelson, age 92, born 13 June 1877, died 15 December 1969. Her last known residence was in Franklin County, Pennsylvania 17225. [United States Social Security Death Index]

Jessie McLanahan, wife of William Daniel Nelson, is buried beside her husband in Section H, Evergreen Cemetery, Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 126727843

JESSIE McLANAHAN
NELSON
JUNE 13, 1877
DEC. 3, 1969


General Notes: Child - W. Daniel NELSON

In the 1920 U.S. Census, Daniel Nelson, age 8, resided with his parents in Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida.

W. D. Nelson named as a surviving son in the 1923 obituary of William Daniel Nelson.

In 1930, W. Daniel Nelson, age 18, and his widowed mother, Jessie, reside with his grandfather, A. Gregg McLanahan in Greencastle, Franklin County, Pennsylvania.
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Richard McLEMORE and Lucille McLAUGHLIN




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Colonel George R. ROBINSON and Matilda A. McLAUGHLIN




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         Born: Aug 1843 - Missouri
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       Buried: 20 Nov 1905 - Lakewood Cemetery, Hennepin County, Minnesota
     Marriage: 13 Sep 1864 - Decatur County, Indiana



Wife Matilda A. McLAUGHLIN

         Born: Aug 1845 - Indiana
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1 F Jane Davidson ROBINSON

         Born: Abt Nov 1869 - Hennepin County, Minnesota
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       Spouse: George Truitt HALBERT (1864-1943) 1489
         Marr: 29 Jun 1898 - Hennepin County, Minnesota



General Notes: Husband - Colonel George R. ROBINSON

"Colonel George R. Robinson" is named as father in the 2 March 1899 obituary obituary of Jane Robinson Halbert.

"United States Census, 1880," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MZ9C-MMT : accessed 13 Nov 2013), Matilda Robinson in household of Geo R Robinson, Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, United States; citing sheet 289A, family 1, NARA microfilm publication T9-0622 Page 289A.
Geo R Robinson Self M 35 Lawyer Missouri MO IN
Matilda Robinson Wife F 33 Indiana KY KY
Fredk Robinson Son M 14 Minnesota MO IN
Jennie Robinson Daughter F 10 Minnesota MO IN
Mary RobinsonDaughter F 5 Minnesota MO IN
Florence Robinson F 10/12 Aug Minnesota
Lena Oleson Servant F 24 Norway
Iuncy Lafin Servant M 20 Maine

"United States Census, 1900," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M9S2-CYB : accessed 13 Nov 2013), Matilda A Robinson in household of George R Robinson, ED 130 Brooklyn Township, Hennepin, Minnesota, United States; citing sheet 13A, family 246, NARA microfilm publication T623, FHL microfilm 1240770.
George R Robinson Head M Aug 1843 57 M 36 MO MD IN
Matilda A Robinson Wife F Aug 1845 55 M 36 4 7 IN KY KY
Fred N Robinson Son M Oct 1865 35 Wd MN MO IN
Mary F Robinson Daughter F Mar 1875 25 S MN MO IN
Georgia Robinson Daughter F Jul 1882 18 S MN MO IN
Maud Robinson Daughter F Mar 1887 13 S MN MO IN
George L Orbam Boarder M Jul 1865 35 S Michigan
Fred Pricthard Boarder M 55 ___ 1845 Germany

GEORGE R. ROBINSON - Funeral services for the late George R. Robinson were held this afternoon in the Portland Avenue Church of Christ. The services were attended by a large number of friends, Rev. T.P. Thurston officiating. The pallbearers were Dr. E.A. Hutchins, C.J. Bartelson, A.T. Aukeny, F.B. Wright, F.G. Corser and R.B. Hostetler. [The Minneapolis Journal, November 20, 1905, page 6]
Thanks to Leslie,(#47513444).


General Notes: Wife - Matilda A. McLAUGHLIN

1860 US. Census, Indiana, Decatur County, Washington Twp; Series: M653 Roll: 253 Page: 768: 1019 1019 Matlda M Laughlin 13 F Indiana
Resides in the houshold of Ezra Lathrop, 56, b. Vermont, and Alice, 55, b. Kentucky.


General Notes: Child - Jane Davidson ROBINSON

"United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MDH3-TD5 : accessed 13 Nov 2013), Geo R Robinson, Minnesota, United States; citing p. , family 131, NARA microfilm publication M593, FHL microfilm 000830425. Page Number 17. Ward 2, Minneapolis.
130 130 ROBINSON Geo R 29 M W Lawyer Indiana
-- Matilda 24 F W Keeping house Indiana
-- Fredk 4 M W Minnesota
-- Jennie 7/12 F W Minnesota
McLAUGHLIN Anna 22 F W Indiana
HANNON Anna 12 F W Domestic servant Canada

Jane "Jennie" ROBINSON married George Truitt HALBERT in 1898. In February 1899, she gave birth to twins, Jane T. and George Robinson Halbert. Jane T. died 18 February. George Robinson died 10 days later on 28 February 1899. Jane died 1 March 1899.

Jane Robinson Halbert, born about 1870 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, died 1 March 1899 in Minneapolis, Minnesota at age 29. She was the daughter of George R. and Tillie Robinson. Her father was born in Indiana. Her mother was born in Kentucky. Jane was buried in Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennipin County, Minnesota. ["Minnesota, Death Records, 1866-1916," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XP8T-BQ9 : accessed 12 Nov 2013), Jane Robinson Halbert, 1899.]

Obituary: Mrs. Halbert Dead
Minneapolis Society Loses One of Its Brightest Women
Mrs. Jane Robinson Halbert, the wife of attorney George T. Halbert, died yesterday at the Northwestern hospital. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 from the residence, 2927 Emerson avenue S. Mr and Mrs. Halbert had been married less than a year. They have been among the most esteemed and active members of the Portland Avenue Church of Christ. Mrs. Halbert was the daughter of Colonel George R. Robinson, and had been given every advantage of travel and study, both in art and music. She was a graduate of the university, and after taking her degree spent many months abroad, specially in Germany, pursuing these favorite lines of study. She was an art critic of acknowledged ability, and gave many programs at home, where she delighted her guests with her charming talks on this and the kindred subjects of music and archittecture. She was a specially bright and lovable young woman, and will be sadly missed. Mrs. Robinson was a member of the Ninteened Century Club and several of thee smaller German and French study clubs, and had conducted several travel classes. She was a social favorite as well as a young woman of marked abilities. [The Minneapolis Journal, Minneapolis, Minnesota, March 2, 1899, Page 6]

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Estill Virgil SMITH and Margaret Wallace McLEAN




Husband Estill Virgil SMITH 3258

         Born: 15 Sep 1888 - Vermillion County, Illinois 3258
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       Father: Robert Crittenden SMITH (1846-1923) 3259
       Mother: Cynthia Evaline TAYLOR (1851-1919) 3260


     Marriage: 30 Dec 1925 - San Francisco, California



Wife Margaret Wallace McLEAN

         Born: 7 Dec 1892 - Dauphin County, Pennsylvania
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         Born: 12 Oct 1928 - San Francisco, California
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Addie A. McLEMORE




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Wife Addie A. McLEMORE 505

         Born: Mar 1893 - Greene County, Alabama 505
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Ann B. McLEMORE




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Wife Ann B. McLEMORE 4237

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       Mother: Judith Elizabeth DUNLAP (1863-1951) 506




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Elizabeth McLEMORE




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         Born: Oct 1899 - Greene County, Alabama 505
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       Mother: Judith Elizabeth DUNLAP (1863-1951) 506




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Marvin Oren WRIGHT and Joyce Ann McLEMORE




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2 F Gwen Ann WRIGHT (details suppressed for this person)

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Julia E. McLEMORE




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Wife Julia E. McLEMORE 505

         Born: Dec 1890 - Greene County, Alabama 505
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       Mother: Judith Elizabeth DUNLAP (1863-1951) 506




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Sarah Martha McLEMORE




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Wife Sarah Martha McLEMORE 505,4236,4237

         Born: Mar 1895 - Greene County, Alabama 505
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Husband Wilkes C. McLEMORE 505

         Born: Nov 1886 - Greene County, Alabama 505
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Samuel H. McMEEKIN, USA, WWI and Isabel McLENNAN




Husband Samuel H. McMEEKIN, USA, WWI

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       Father: William Marshall McMEEKIN (1865-1921)
       Mother: Tina B. SMITH (1867-1942)


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Wife Isabel McLENNAN

         Born: 19 Nov 1895
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       Buried: 5 Sep 1973 - Cave Hill Cemetery, Jefferson County, Kentucky


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2 M William A. McMEEKIN (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Rosalind H. McMEEKIN (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Samuel H. McMEEKIN, USA, WWI

Samuel H. McMeekin Scrapbook, 1937-1941
Samuel H. McMeekin was a 1912 graduate of the University of Louisville Law School, where he starred in track. He served in World War I and in 1937 was named by Mayor Joseph Scholtz as Safety Director for the city of Louisville, a civilian post in charge of police, fire, and emergency services. Prior to his tenure as safety director, McMeekin served as sports editor for the Courier-Journal and as racing steward at Churchill Downs. On stepping down from the city, he returned to the race track. The scrapbook contains newspaper clippings covering his term as Safety Director (December 1937 - January 24, 1941). Topics covered include police reform, alleged police violence against strikers, strong opposition to vice and prostitution and issues such as loud speaker noise, sound trucks and parking problems on Derby Day. [Political Collections, http://louisville.libguides.com/content.php?pid=43752&sid=323534]

"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M2DG-XFT : accessed 27 May 2014), Samuel H Mcmeekin in household of William M Mcmeekin, Louisville Ward 5, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 108, sheet 7A, family 141, NARA microfilm publication T624, FHL microfilm 1374498.
William M. Mcmeekin Head M 44 Kentucky
Tina Mcmeekin Wife F 43 Kentucky
Samuel H. Mcmeekin Son M 20 KY
Bessie H. Mcmeekin Dau F 18 KY
Hattie L. Mcmeekin Dau F 14 KY
Mary L. Mcmeekin Dau F 6 KY

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MHG9-Z9P : accessed 27 May 2014), Sam Mcmeekin in household of William Mcmeekin, Louisville Ward 3, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States; citing sheet 10B, family 248, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1820579.
William Mcmeekin Head M 54 KY
Tina Mcmeekin Wife F 52 KY
Sam Mcmeekin Son M 30 KY
Mary Mcmeekin Dau F 16 KY
Marian Perkins Son-in-law M 26 KY
Hattie Perkins Dau F 24 KY
Francis Perkins GrDau F 4/12 KY

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XMXW-V5Q : accessed 27 May 2014), Saml H Mcmeekin, Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0023, sheet 31B, family 739, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 753.
Saml H Mcmeekin Head M 40 KY
Isabel M Mcmeekin Wife F 34 KY
Isabel M Mcmeekin Dau F 7 KY
Wm A Mcmeekin Son M 6 KY
Rosalind H Mcmeekin Dau F 5 KY
Lillie Ishmael Servant F 37 KY
Ruby Ishmael Servant F 16 KY

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K7BC-XM2 : accessed 27 May 2014), Sam Mcmeekin, Ward 2, Louisville, Magisterial District 1, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 121-39, sheet 6B, family 108, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 1366.
Sam Mcmeekin Head M 51 KY Safety Director City of Louisville
Isabel Mcmeekin Wife F 44 KY
Isabel Mcmeekin Dau F 17 KY
William A Mcmeekin Son M 16 KY
Rosalind Mcmeekin Dau F 15 KY
Lillie Ishmael Maid F 45 KY
George Gilbert Butler M 31 KY
On 1 April 1935, this family resifed in the same place


General Notes: Wife - Isabel McLENNAN

Biography/History - Isabel (McLennan) McMeekin was born in Louisville on November 19, 1895 to Alexander and Rosa (Harbison) McLennan. She was educated at Westover School in Middlebury, Connecticut, and the University of Chicago. In 1921, she married Samuel H. McMeekin. Isabel wrote historical fiction with co-author Dorothy Clark between 1940 and 1961. Isabel produced a variety of literary work, including mysteries, short stories, poetry, and children's literature during her lifetime. She died in Louisville on September 4, 1973. [http://kdl.kyvl.org/catalog/xt7p2n4zh772/guide]

Isabel Mclennan Mcmeekin was buried 5 Sep 1973 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky. She was married. ["Kentucky Deaths and Burials, 1843-1970," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FWR9-X6T : accessed 29 May 2014), Isabel Mclennan Mcmeekin, ; citing reference pg 212; FHL microfilm 2022162.]

1973 Louisville, KY. Isabel McMeekin dies. She is buried in Cave Hill Cemetery. (See 19 November 1895; 14 September 1899; 23 June 1983.) [KE, p. 599-600] [http://www.mandythestoryteller.net/html/september.html]

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Abbie Elizabeth McLEOD




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Wife Abbie Elizabeth McLEOD

         Born: 10 Mar 1922 - Clarendon County, South Carolina
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       Buried: 8 Apr 1924 - Manning Cemetery, Clarendon County. South Carolina


       Father: Jacob Lawson McLEOD, Jr. (1881-1926)
       Mother: Elizabeth Louisa BEARD (1886-1967)




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General Notes: Wife - Abbie Elizabeth McLEOD

Avorie [sic, Abbie] E. McLeod, daughter of J. L. McLeod and Miss Elizabeth Beard, was born in 1922 and died 7 April 1924 in Sumter, Sumter County, South Carolina age "about 1 year and 6 months." Her parents were born in South Carolina. Informant was Mrs. A. Heinburg[?] of Sumter, South Carolina. Interment was in Manning, South Carolina on 8 April 1924. ["South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1943," index and images, FamilySearch (<https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N9KQ-FDQ> : accessed 05 Jul 2014), Elizabeth Beard in entry for Avorie E. Mcleod, 07 Apr 1924; citing Sumter, Sumter, South Carolina, cn 7330, Department of Archives and History, State Records Center, Columbia; FHL microfilm 1944145.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 61990283 lists the burial of Abbie Elizabeth McLeod, born March 10, 1922, died 1924, in Manning Cemetery, Manning, Clarendon County, South Carolina. The memorial links to those of her parents, Jacob Lawson McLeod (1882 - 1926) and Elizabeth Louisa Beard McLeod (1886 - 1967).
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Eugene Belton McLEOD, Jr. and Joan SIMMS




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       Father: Major Eugene Belton McLEOD, USA, WWII (1918-2004)
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General Notes: Husband - Eugene Belton McLEOD, Jr.

Son, Eugene Belton (Mac) McLeod, Jr. and wife Joan Simms McLeod of Pinewood, South Carolina, are named as survivors in the March 2004 obituary of Eugene Belton McLeod, Sr.
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Gary Miller McLEOD




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       Father: MM2 Jacob Lawson McLEOD, Jr., USN, WWII (1912-1982)
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General Notes: Husband - Gary Miller McLEOD

Gary Miller McLeod of Manning, South Carolina is named as a surviving son in the June 2012 obituary of Dorothy Elizabeth Miller McLeod.

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MM2 Jacob Lawson McLEOD, Jr., USN, WWII and Dorothy Elizabeth MILLER




Husband MM2 Jacob Lawson McLEOD, Jr., USN, WWII

         Born: 2 Nov 1912 - Clarendon County, South Carolina
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       Father: Jacob Lawson McLEOD, Jr. (1881-1926)
       Mother: Elizabeth Louisa BEARD (1886-1967)


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Wife Dorothy Elizabeth MILLER

         Born: 28 Aug 1916 - Darlington County, South Carolina
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       Buried: 23 Jun 2012 - Manning Cemetery, Clarendon County. South Carolina


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2 M Gary Miller McLEOD (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Jeannie McLEOD (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Karolyn McLEOD

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General Notes: Husband - MM2 Jacob Lawson McLEOD, Jr., USN, WWII

Jacob Lawson McLeod, Jr., is buried in Manning Cemetery, Manning, Clarendon County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 61990287:

JACOB LAWSON McLEOD
MM2 US NAVY
WORLD WAR II
NOV 2 1912 DEC 24 1982.

Machinist Mate 2nd Class, U.S. Navy, World War II.


General Notes: Wife - Dorothy Elizabeth MILLER

Dorothy Elizabeth Miller married Jacob Lawson McLeod.

Obituary: MANNING - Dorothy Elizabeth Miller McLeod, 95, widow of Jacob Lawson McLeod Sr., died Thursday, June 21, 2012, at her home in Manning. Born August 28, 1916, in Hartsville, she was the daughter of the late Gary Evans and Carrie Belk Odom Miller. She was a retired school teacher, a graduate of the University of South Carolina with a Masters in Education, and a member of Manning United Methodist Church. Surviving are two sons, Jacob Lawson McLeod, Jr. and his wife Lois of Columbia, and Gary Miller McLeod of Manning; a daughter, Jeannie M. Gasque of Summerville; a sister, Gloria Humphries of Columbia; four grandchildren, Merritt Smith, Holly G. McAlhany and her husband Michael, Joseph S. Gasque and his wife Bridget, April Gasque Beck and her husband Ryan; and four great grandchildren, Reeves and Seth McAlhany, and Joseph and Mark Gasque. She was preceded in death by a grandson, Gary Miller McLeod Jr. and a daughter, Karolyn Smith. Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, June 23, 2012, in Manning United Methodist Church, with the Reverend Reginald Thackston officiating. Burial was in Manning Cemetery. Pallbearers were Rock Ouzts, Joe Witt, Billy Coffey, Larry Ellis, Spencer Jordan and Dr. Charles G. McLeod. Memorials may be made to Manning United Methodist Church, P. O. Box 68, Manning, SC 29102. Stephens Funeral Home & Crematory, 304 N. Church Street, Manning, was in charge of arrangements, (803) 435-2179. [www.stephensfuneralhome.org]

A picture of Dorothy's headstone in Manning Cemetery, Manning, Clarendon County, South Carolina, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 145564808

DOROTHY ELIZABETH MILLER MCLEOD
AUGUST 28 1916
JUNE 21 2012

The memorial links to those for her husband and two children, Jacob Lawson McLeod (1941 - 2014) and Karolynn Windy McLeod Smith (1944 - 1988).


General Notes: Child - Jacob Lawson McLEOD, Jr.

Jacob Lawson McLeod, Jr. and his wife Lois of Columbia, South Carolina are named as a surviving son and wfie in the June 2012 obituary of Dorothy Elizabeth Miller McLeod.


General Notes: Child - Gary Miller McLEOD

Gary Miller McLeod of Manning, South Carolina is named as a surviving son in the June 2012 obituary of Dorothy Elizabeth Miller McLeod.


General Notes: Child - Jeannie McLEOD

Daughter, Jeannie M. Gasque of Summerville, South Carolina, is named as a survivor in the June 2012 obituary of Dorothy Elizabeth Miller McLeod.


General Notes: Child - Karolyn McLEOD

Karolyn Smith is named as a deceased daughter in the June 2012 obituary of Dorothy Elizabeth Miller McLeod.
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Jerome Nelson McLEOD, Sr.




Husband Jerome Nelson McLEOD, Sr.

         Born: 20 Sep 1914 - Clarendon County, South Carolina
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       Buried: 29 Jan 2000 - Manning Cemetery, Clarendon County. South Carolina


       Father: Jacob Lawson McLEOD, Jr. (1881-1926)
       Mother: Elizabeth Louisa BEARD (1886-1967)





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Obituary:
ALCOLU [South Carolina] - Services for Jerome Nelson McLeod Sr., 85, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Stephens Funeral Home Chapel in Manning with the Rev. Charlie Tyler officiating. Burial will be in Manning Cemetery. The family will receive friends 6-8 tonight at the funeral home, which is in charge, and other times at the residence of Robert S. McLeod. Memorials may be made to Epworth Children's Home in Columbia.
Mr. McLeod, widower of Martha Rawlinson McLeod, died Thursday at Tuomey Regional Medical Center in Sumter. Born in Manning, he was a son of the late Jacob Lawson Sr. and Elizabeth Beard McLeod. He was a retired farmer and owner and operator of McLeod's Grocery in Alcolu. He was also a member of Manning United Methodist Church.
Surviving are his sons, Robert S. McLeod of Alcolu, Frank R. McLeod of Manning; daughters, Florence Drew of Darlington, Martha Branham of Lugoff; brother, E.B. "Gene" McLeod of Pinewood; 23 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his son, Jerome Nelson McLeod Jr. [The State, Columbia, South Carolina, Friday, January 28, 2000, Section B, Page 4]

Jerome N. McLeod, born 20 September 1914, died 27 January 2000 at age 86. His last residence was in Alcolu, Clarendon County, South Carolina 29001. Social Security Number 251-22-0766 was issued in South Carolina. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J1QH-J35 : accessed 06 Jul 2014), null, 27 Jan 2000; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]

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Jerry McLEOD and Betti Jo POWELL




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"Betti Jo (and Jerry) McLeod of Nauvoo, Ill." are named as a daughter and son-in-law in the 2003 obituary of her mother, Ruby Corrine Dunn Powell.
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SMITH and Karolyn McLEOD




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       Father: MM2 Jacob Lawson McLEOD, Jr., USN, WWII (1912-1982)
       Mother: Dorothy Elizabeth MILLER (1916-2012)




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General Notes: Wife - Karolyn McLEOD

Karolyn Smith is named as a deceased daughter in the June 2012 obituary of Dorothy Elizabeth Miller McLeod.
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John Arrowwood M'CLEOD and Dorothy TUTT




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       Mother: Martha Meta JONES (1875-      )




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2 M William Duncan M'CLEOD (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - John Arrowwood M'CLEOD

The M'CLEOD family lives in Tucson, Arizona.


General Notes: Wife - Dorothy TUTT

Dorothy TUTT is named as a daughter of William TUTT and Meta JONES in Our Family Circle by Annie Elizabeth Miller. In the 1900 census Meta, divorced, lives with her father and has two daughters, Catherine and Harriet. Dorothy is said to have married John Arrowwood M'CLOED. Dorothy may be another name of Catherine or Harriet.
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John Arrowwood M'CLEOD, Jr.




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       Mother: Dorothy TUTT





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William Duncan M'CLEOD




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McLEROY and Annette POSEY




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       Father: Fernando C. POSEY (1894-1967)
       Mother: Ruth CASON (1908-1931)




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1 F Florence Elizabeth McLOUD 4566

         Born: Abt 1890 - Texas
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         Marr: Abt 1908


2 M Ernest P. McLOUD 4566

         Born: Abt 1906 - Texas
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General Notes: Child - Florence Elizabeth McLOUD

Called "Lizzie."


General Notes: Child - Ernest P. McLOUD

In 1930, Ernest P. McLOUD, 23, lives in the home of his sister, Lizzie, 40, and her husband, George Washington HALBERT, in McCullogh County, Texas.
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Ernest P. McLOUD




Husband Ernest P. McLOUD 4566

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In 1930, Ernest P. McLOUD, 23, lives in the home of his sister, Lizzie, 40, and her husband, George Washington HALBERT, in McCullogh County, Texas.
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Mary P. McLURE




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         Born: 1904 - South Carolina 1569
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       Father: Paul W. McLURE (1850-      ) 1569
       Mother: Mary N. (1846-      ) 1569




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John Simon McMAKIN and Tallulah UPSHAW




Husband John Simon McMAKIN

         Born: Jan 1855 - Russell County, Alabama
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Wife Tallulah UPSHAW

         Born: Abt 1850 - Glennville, Russell County, Alabama
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       Father: William Thomas UPSHAW (1821-1855) 1395
       Mother: Mary Eliza HOLSEY (1824-      ) 1395




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Benjamin Carlton NEAT, Jr. and Bess Halbert McMEEKIN




Husband Benjamin Carlton NEAT, Jr.

         Born: 1 Nov 1888 - Indiana
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       Buried:  - Fairview Cemetery, Floyd County, Indiana


       Father: Benjamin Carlton NEAT, Sr. (1856-1919)
       Mother: Ella THOMAS (1858-1902)


     Marriage: 25 Apr 1918 - Kentucky



Wife Bess Halbert McMEEKIN

         Born: 31 May 1891 - Kentucky
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       Buried:  - Fairview Cemetery, Floyd County, Indiana


       Father: William Marshall McMEEKIN (1865-1921)
       Mother: Tina B. SMITH (1867-1942)




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1 F Eleanor E. S. NEAT

         Born: 1919
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2 M Benjamin Carlton NEAT, III, USA, WWII

         Born: 15 Mar 1920 - Kentucky
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3 M William NEAT (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Benjamin Carlton NEAT, Jr.

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MHG3-94N : accessed 29 May 2014), Bess Neat in household of B Carlton Neat, Louisville Ward 5, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States; citing sheet 4A, family 70, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1820580.
B. Carlton Neat Head M 31 IN
Bess Neat Wife F 26 KY
Eleanor E S Neat Dau F 0 KY

Benjamin Carlton Neat died in 1932 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky. He was the husband of Bessie McMeekin and a son of Benj. C. Neat and Ella Thomas. ["Kentucky Death Records, 1911-1955," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N9BW-DRL : accessed 29 May 2014), Bessie Mcmeekin in entry for Benjamin Carlton Neat, 1932; citing Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, 29312, Office of Vital Statistics, Frankfort; FHL microfilm 1913111.]

B. Carlton Neat is buried in Fairview Cemetery, New Albany, Floyd County, Indiana. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 85048092:

B. CARLTON NEAT
NOV. 1, Dec. 18,
1888 1932


General Notes: Wife - Bess Halbert McMEEKIN

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K7BH-TYW : accessed 29 May 2014), Bess Mcmeekin Neat, Ward 1, Louisville, Magisterial District 1, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 121-27A, sheet 8A, family 176, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 1365.
Bess McMeekin Neat Head F 48 Wd KY
Eleanor Neat Dau F 21 KY
Carlton Neat Son M 20 KY
William Neat Son M 14 KY
Tina Smith McMeekin Mother F 73 Wd KY
Annie King Lodger F 54 KY
On 1 April 1935, this family resided in the same place.

Bess Neat, born 31 May 1891 died in December 1975 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky at age 84. Social Security Number 405-01-2050 was issued in Kentucky. Her last residence was in area code 40205. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V98R-938 : accessed 29 May 2014), null, Dec 1975; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]

Bess McMeekin Neat is buried in Fairview Cemetery, New Albany, Floyd County, Indiana. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 85048125:

BESS McMEEKIN
NEAT
MAY 31, DEC. 13,
1891 1975


Notes: Marriage

B. Carlton Neat, Jr., age 29, married Bess Halbert Mcmeekin, age 24, on 25 April 1918 in Kentucky. He was a son of B. Carlyon Neat, Sr., and Ella Thomas. Bess was a daughter of William M. McMeekin and Tina Smith.
"Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F4MG-HQJ : accessed 29 May 2014), B Carlton, Jr. Neat and Bess Halbert Mcmeekin, 25 Apr 1918; citing , reference 126; FHL microfilm 2024989.


General Notes: Child - Benjamin Carlton NEAT, III, USA, WWII

On 30 March 1943 in Louisville, Kentucky, Benjamin C. Neat, born 1920 in Kentucky, enlisted as a private for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law. He had four years of high school and had worked as a machinist. He was single, with dependents. His serial number was 35700820. ["United States World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K8P3-VRF : accessed 29 May 2014), Benjamin C Neat, enlisted 30 Mar 1943, Louisville, Kentucky, United States; citing "Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, ca. 1938-1946," database, The National Archives: Access to Archival Databases (AAD) (http://aad.archives.gov : National Archives and Records Administration, 2002).]

B. C. Neat, born 15 March 1920, died 2 March 2001 at age 81. His last residence was in Jefferson County, Kentucky 40299. Social Security Number 404-18-4505 was issued in Kentucky. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J1NC-KNL : accessed 30 May 2014), null, 02 Mar 2001; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]

Benjamin Carlton Neat, III, is buried in Fairview Cemetery, New Albany, Floyd County, Indiana. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 85048049:

BENJAMIN C. NEAT
MAR. 15, MAR. 2,
1920 2001



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Charles McMEEKIN




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1 M Samuel Duncan McMEEKIN

         Born: 1832 - Nelson County, Kentucky
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       Spouse: Sidney J. HALBERT (1829-1880)
         Marr: 1854 - Jefferson County, Kentucky



General Notes: Child - Samuel Duncan McMEEKIN

"Samuel D., a son of Charles McMeekin, a native of Kentucky, was born in Nelson County, Ky., but moved with his parents to Missouri when quite a youth, remained there for a number of years, but afterward moved back to his native State and settled in Oldham County. He has always followed farming." (http://www.rootsweb.com/~kygenweb/kybiog/cgi-bin/search.cgi?read=oldham/mcmeekin.wm.txt&vsurname=Halbert&srchterm=halbert///)

Samuel married Sydney J. Halbert in 1854 in Jefferson County, Kentucky.

"United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MXWB-SHC : accessed 25 May 2014), Samuel Mcmeekin in household of Samuel Mckeekin, Kentucky, United States; citing p. 39, family 324, NARA microfilm publication M593, FHL microfilm 000545992.
Samuel MckeekinM45 Kentucky
Sydney McmeekinF40 Kentucky
Charles McmeekinM17 Kentucky
William McmeekinM11 Kentucky
Samuel McmeekinM9 Kentucky
Carrie McmeekinF5 Kentucky
Charles MorrisonM20 Kentucky

Sydney died in March 1880.

1880 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Shelby County, Doaks; Series: T9 Roll: 441 Page: 224:
96 105 McMEEKIN S D Self M 49 Wd Farmer KY VA KY
-- Samuel B. Son M 16 S Working on farm KY KY KY
-- William Son M 15 S Working on farm KY KY KY
BELL Margaret Adopted F 17 S Keeping house GA GA GA

Samuel is buried in the Valley of Rest Cemetery, La Grange, Oldham County, Kentucky. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 72779675:

SAMUEL DUNCAN
McMEEKIN
1832 -1911

The memorial links to those of his wife, Sidnie J. Halbert McMeekin (1829 - 1880), and sons Charlie Halbert McMeekin ( 1854 -1873) and William Marshall McMeekin (1865 - 1921)
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Charlie Halbert McMEEKIN




Husband Charlie Halbert McMEEKIN

         Born: 9 Dec 1854
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       Father: Samuel Duncan McMEEKIN (1832-1911)
       Mother: Sidney J. HALBERT (1829-1880)





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Charlie Halbert McMeekin is buried in the Valley of Rest Cemetery, LaGrange, Oldham County, Kentucky. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 72779661:

CHARLIE HALBERT
Son of
S. D. & SIDNIE
McMEEKIN
BORN
Dec. 9, 1854
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Sept. 29, 1873

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Francis Marion PERKINS, Jr. and Hattie LaValle McMEEKIN




Husband Francis Marion PERKINS, Jr.

         Born: 24 May 1893 - Kentucky
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Wife Hattie LaValle McMEEKIN

         Born: Abt 1896 - Kentucky
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       Father: William Marshall McMEEKIN (1865-1921)
       Mother: Tina B. SMITH (1867-1942)




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1 F Frances L. PERKINS

         Born: 1919 - Kentucky
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2 F Barbara M. PERKINS

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General Notes: Husband - Francis Marion PERKINS, Jr.

Francis Marion Perkins, born 24 May 1893 in Louisville, Kentucky, registered for the 1917-1918 Draft in Louisville, Kentucky on 5 June 1917. He was self employed in the grocery and dairy business. He claimed exemption for having a dependant wife. He was described as being of medium height and slender build with blue eyes and brown hair.
"United States World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K78F-L7J : accessed 27 May 2014), Francis Marion Perkins, 1917-1918; citing Louisville City no 2, Kentucky, United States, NARA microfilm publication M1509, (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d); FHL microfilm 1653506.

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (<https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MHG9-Z9P> : accessed 27 May 2014), Sam Mcmeekin in household of William Mcmeekin, Louisville Ward 3, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States; citing sheet 10B, family 248, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1820579.
William Mcmeekin Head M 54 KY
Tina Mcmeekin Wife F 52 KY
Sam Mcmeekin Son M 30 KY
Mary Mcmeekin Dau F 16 KY
Marian Perkins Son-in-law M 26 KY
Hattie Perkins Dau F 24 KY
Francis Perkins GrDau F 4/12 KY

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XMX7-SJT : accessed 27 May 2014), Francis M Perkins, Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0010, sheet 4A, family 78, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 753.
Francis M. Perkins Head M 36 KY
Hattie M. Perkins Wife F 24 KY
Frances L. Perkins Dau F 10 KY
Barbara M. Perkins Dau F 8 KY
Ruby Carter Servant F 18 KY

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K7BC-DDG : accessed 27 May 2014), F Marion Perkins, Ward 2, Louisville, Magisterial District 1, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 121-43, sheet 1A, family 4, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 1366.
F. Marion Perkins Head M 45 KY Part owner Wholesale and retail dairy
Hattie McM. Perkins Wife F 37 KY
On 1 April 1935 this couple resided in the same house.


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Francis Marion Perkins, Jr. married Hattie LaValle McMeekin on 14 Jul 1915 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky. ["Kentucky Marriages, 1785-1979," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F4Q9-2JN : accessed 27 May 2014), Francis Marion Perkins, Jr. and Hattie La Valle Mc Meekin, 14 Jul 1915; citing Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, reference cn 1950; FHL microfilm 827959.]
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Isabel M. McMEEKIN




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       Father: Samuel H. McMEEKIN, USA, WWI (Abt 1889-      )
       Mother: Isabel McLENNAN (1895-1973)




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Kate D. McMEEKIN




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Wife Kate D. McMEEKIN

         Born: 17 Jan 1860 - Oldham County, Kentucky
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       Buried:  - Valley of Rest Cemetery, Oldham County, Kentucky


       Father: Samuel Duncan McMEEKIN (1832-1911)
       Mother: Sidney J. HALBERT (1829-1880)




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General Notes: Wife - Kate D. McMEEKIN

Kate D. McMeekin, age 3, is buried in Valley of Rest Cemetery, LaGrange, Oldham County, Kentucky. Find A Grave Memorial# 83100787 lists her birth on Jan. 17, 1860 and her death on Feb. 15, 1863. She is believed to be the daughter of Samuel Duncan McMeekin and Sidney J. Halbert, also buried in this cemetery.





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Mary L. McMEEKIN




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       Father: William Marshall McMEEKIN (1865-1921)
       Mother: Tina B. SMITH (1867-1942)




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Rosalind H. McMEEKIN




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       Father: Samuel H. McMEEKIN, USA, WWI (Abt 1889-      )
       Mother: Isabel McLENNAN (1895-1973)




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Samuel B. McMEEKIN




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       Father: Samuel Duncan McMEEKIN (1832-1911)
       Mother: Sidney J. HALBERT (1829-1880)





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William A. McMEEKIN




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       Father: Samuel H. McMEEKIN, USA, WWI (Abt 1889-      )
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William Marshall McMEEKIN and Tina B. SMITH




Husband William Marshall McMEEKIN

         Born: 5 May 1865 - Oldham County, Kentucky
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       Buried:  - Valley of Rest Cemetery, Oldham County, Kentucky


       Father: Samuel Duncan McMEEKIN (1832-1911)
       Mother: Sidney J. HALBERT (1829-1880)


     Marriage: 6 Jan 1885



Wife Tina B. SMITH

         Born: 24 Mar 1867 - Henry County, Kentucky
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       Buried:  - Valley of Rest Cemetery, Oldham County, Kentucky


       Father: Benjamin SMITH (Abt 1840-      )
       Mother: Harriet MOORE (      -      )




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1 M Samuel H. McMEEKIN, USA, WWI

         Born: Abt 1889 - Kentucky
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       Spouse: Isabel McLENNAN (1895-1973)
         Marr: 1921


2 F Bess Halbert McMEEKIN

         Born: 31 May 1891 - Kentucky
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         Died: 13 Dec 1975 - Jefferson County, Kentucky
       Buried:  - Fairview Cemetery, Floyd County, Indiana
       Spouse: Benjamin Carlton NEAT, Jr. (1888-1932)
         Marr: 25 Apr 1918 - Kentucky


3 F Hattie LaValle McMEEKIN

         Born: Abt 1896 - Kentucky
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       Spouse: Francis Marion PERKINS, Jr. (1893-      )
         Marr: 14 Jul 1915 - Jefferson County, Kentucky


4 F Mary L. McMEEKIN

         Born: Abt 1904 - Kentucky
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General Notes: Husband - William Marshall McMEEKIN

Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 6th ed., 1887, Oldham Co. "WILLIAM M. McMEEKIN was born in Oldham County, Ky., near West Port, May 5, 1865, the last of our children born to Samuel D. and Sidney J. (Halbert) McMeekin, natives of Kentucky. Samuel D., a son of Charles McMeekin, a native of Kentucky, was born in Nelson County, Ky., but moved with his parents to Missouri when quite a youth, remained there for a number of years, but afterward moved back to his native State and settled in Oldham County. He has always followed farming. Our subject was reared on the farm, and educated at Eminence College. He has devoted his attention to agricultural pursuits from boyhood with the exception of two years, 1882 and 1883, that he was in Louisa trading. He settled where he now resided in 1885, and has 320 acres of valuable land, all well improved. January 6, 1885, he married Miss Tina Smith, a daughter of Benjamin R. and Harriet Smith, of Henry County. Mr. and Mrs. McMeekin are members of the Baptist Church. Politically he is a Democrat."
(http://www.rootsweb.com/~kygenweb/kybiog/cgi-bin/search.cgi?read=oldham/mcmeekin.wm.txt&vsurname=Halbert&srchterm=halbert///)

"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M2DG-XFT : accessed 27 May 2014), Samuel H Mcmeekin in household of William M Mcmeekin, Louisville Ward 5, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 108, sheet 7A, family 141, NARA microfilm publication T624, FHL microfilm 1374498.
William M. Mcmeekin Head M 44 Kentucky
Tina Mcmeekin Wife F 43 Kentucky
Samuel H. Mcmeekin Son M 20 KY
Bessie H. Mcmeekin Dau F 18 KY
Hattie L. Mcmeekin Dau F 14 KY
Mary L. Mcmeekin Dau F 6 KY

William Marshall McMeekin, son of Sam McMeekin and Sidney Halbert, died in 1921 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky. ["Kentucky Death Records, 1911-1955," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NS2Z-6WB : accessed 25 May 2014), Sam Mcmeekin in entry for William Marshall Mcmeekin, 1921; citing Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, 27077, Office of Vital Statistics, Frankfort; FHL microfilm 1943361.]

William Marshall McMeekin is buried in the Valley of Rest Cemetery, LaGrange, Oldham County, Kentucky. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 72779699:

WILLIAM MARSHALL
McMEEKIN
1865 -1921


General Notes: Wife - Tina B. SMITH

Tina Smith was a daughter of Benjamin Rufner Smith & Harriett Moore of Henry County, Kentucky. She married William Marshall McMeekin.

Tina B. McMeekin died in 1942 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky. She was the wife of William Marshall McMeekin and a daughter of Benjamin Rufner Smith and Harriett Moore. ["Kentucky Death Records, 1911-1955," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NSD3-4PG : accessed 29 May 2014), Tina B Mcmeekin, 1942; citing Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, 15962, Office of Vital Statistics, Frankfort; FHL microfilm 1913391.]

Tina is buried in Valley of Rest Cemetery, La Grange, Oldham County, Kentucky. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 72779683:

TINA SMITH
McMEEKIN
1867 -1942

The memorial lists her birth on Mar. 24, 1867 in Henry County, Kentucky and her death on Jul. 1, 1942 in Jefferson County, Kentucky.


General Notes: Child - Samuel H. McMEEKIN, USA, WWI

Samuel H. McMeekin Scrapbook, 1937-1941
Samuel H. McMeekin was a 1912 graduate of the University of Louisville Law School, where he starred in track. He served in World War I and in 1937 was named by Mayor Joseph Scholtz as Safety Director for the city of Louisville, a civilian post in charge of police, fire, and emergency services. Prior to his tenure as safety director, McMeekin served as sports editor for the Courier-Journal and as racing steward at Churchill Downs. On stepping down from the city, he returned to the race track. The scrapbook contains newspaper clippings covering his term as Safety Director (December 1937 - January 24, 1941). Topics covered include police reform, alleged police violence against strikers, strong opposition to vice and prostitution and issues such as loud speaker noise, sound trucks and parking problems on Derby Day. [Political Collections, http://louisville.libguides.com/content.php?pid=43752&sid=323534]

"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M2DG-XFT : accessed 27 May 2014), Samuel H Mcmeekin in household of William M Mcmeekin, Louisville Ward 5, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 108, sheet 7A, family 141, NARA microfilm publication T624, FHL microfilm 1374498.
William M. Mcmeekin Head M 44 Kentucky
Tina Mcmeekin Wife F 43 Kentucky
Samuel H. Mcmeekin Son M 20 KY
Bessie H. Mcmeekin Dau F 18 KY
Hattie L. Mcmeekin Dau F 14 KY
Mary L. Mcmeekin Dau F 6 KY

"United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MHG9-Z9P : accessed 27 May 2014), Sam Mcmeekin in household of William Mcmeekin, Louisville Ward 3, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States; citing sheet 10B, family 248, NARA microfilm publication T625, FHL microfilm 1820579.
William Mcmeekin Head M 54 KY
Tina Mcmeekin Wife F 52 KY
Sam Mcmeekin Son M 30 KY
Mary Mcmeekin Dau F 16 KY
Marian Perkins Son-in-law M 26 KY
Hattie Perkins Dau F 24 KY
Francis Perkins GrDau F 4/12 KY

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XMXW-V5Q : accessed 27 May 2014), Saml H Mcmeekin, Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 0023, sheet 31B, family 739, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 753.
Saml H Mcmeekin Head M 40 KY
Isabel M Mcmeekin Wife F 34 KY
Isabel M Mcmeekin Dau F 7 KY
Wm A Mcmeekin Son M 6 KY
Rosalind H Mcmeekin Dau F 5 KY
Lillie Ishmael Servant F 37 KY
Ruby Ishmael Servant F 16 KY

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K7BC-XM2 : accessed 27 May 2014), Sam Mcmeekin, Ward 2, Louisville, Magisterial District 1, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 121-39, sheet 6B, family 108, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 1366.
Sam Mcmeekin Head M 51 KY Safety Director City of Louisville
Isabel Mcmeekin Wife F 44 KY
Isabel Mcmeekin Dau F 17 KY
William A Mcmeekin Son M 16 KY
Rosalind Mcmeekin Dau F 15 KY
Lillie Ishmael Maid F 45 KY
George Gilbert Butler M 31 KY
On 1 April 1935, this family resifed in the same place


General Notes: Child - Bess Halbert McMEEKIN

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K7BH-TYW : accessed 29 May 2014), Bess Mcmeekin Neat, Ward 1, Louisville, Magisterial District 1, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 121-27A, sheet 8A, family 176, NARA digital publication of T627, roll 1365.
Bess McMeekin Neat Head F 48 Wd KY
Eleanor Neat Dau F 21 KY
Carlton Neat Son M 20 KY
William Neat Son M 14 KY
Tina Smith McMeekin Mother F 73 Wd KY
Annie King Lodger F 54 KY
On 1 April 1935, this family resided in the same place.

Bess Neat, born 31 May 1891 died in December 1975 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky at age 84. Social Security Number 405-01-2050 was issued in Kentucky. Her last residence was in area code 40205. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V98R-938 : accessed 29 May 2014), null, Dec 1975; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]

Bess McMeekin Neat is buried in Fairview Cemetery, New Albany, Floyd County, Indiana. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 85048125:

BESS McMEEKIN
NEAT
MAY 31, DEC. 13,
1891 1975

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Alexander McQueen SALLEY and Sallie McMICHAEL




Husband Alexander McQueen SALLEY 9

         Born: 1847 9
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Wife Sallie McMICHAEL 9

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Children
1 F Caroline M. SALLEY 9,2781

         Born: Feb 1873 - South Carolina 2781
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       Spouse: John Jacob RILEY (      -Bef 1900) 9
         Marr: Abt 1893
       Spouse: Joseph J. MACKAY (1871-      ) 2781
         Marr: 7 Feb 1900 9



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Henry James Alfred McMILLAN and Martha Alice VALENTINE




Husband Henry James Alfred McMILLAN

         Born: 24 Jul 1886 - Bamberg County, South Carolina
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         Died: 2 Feb 1941 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina
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Wife Martha Alice VALENTINE

         Born: 12 Mar 1883 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina
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Children
1 M Robert Aldrich McMILLAN

         Born: 15 Mar 1912 - Bamberg County, South Carolina
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         Died: 7 Jan 1986 - Richland County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery, Sumter County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Mildred Lucille FREE (1913-1977)
         Marr: 8 Jan 1930 - Bamberg County, South Carolina



General Notes: Child - Robert Aldrich McMILLAN

Robert Aldrich McMillan, Sr. Son of Henry James Alfred & Martha Alice Vallentine McMillan Brother of Henry Vallentine McMillan of the Colston Community B. March 15, 1912 in Bamberg County, S.C. D. January 07, 1986
D. In Columbia, Richland County, S.C. Wife: Mildred Lucille Free Dau. of Jacob Edmund & Lucille Ray Free
Sister of Carrie Starr Free Parrish of the Springtown Community B. January 10, 1913 in Bamberg County, S.C. D. August 06, 1977 D. In the Tuomey Hospital, Sumter, S.C. Bur. Both are buried in the Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery, Sumter, Sumter County, S.C. (http://www.oldplaces.org/bamberg/vitals/sybile2.html)


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Margaret McMILLAN




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Wife Margaret McMILLAN

         Born: Cir 1870
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       Father: William Daniel McMILLAN (      -      )
       Mother: Naomi TOLLISON (      -      )




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Robert Aldrich McMILLAN, Jr.




Husband Robert Aldrich McMILLAN, Jr.

         Born: 6 Nov 1930 - Bamberg County, South Carolina
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         Died: 9 Oct 1997 - Sumter County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery, Sumter County, South Carolina


       Father: Robert Aldrich McMILLAN (1912-1986)
       Mother: Mildred Lucille FREE (1913-1977)





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General Notes: Husband - Robert Aldrich McMILLAN, Jr.

Robert Aldrich McMillan, Jr. Son of Robert Aldrich & Mildred Lucille Free McMillan B. November 06, 1930 in Bamberg County, S.C. D. October 09, 1997 in the Tuomey Regional Center, Sumter, S.C. D. In Sumter, Sumter County, S.C. Wife: (Still Living) Bur. "R.A." is buried in the Evergreen Memorial Park Cemetery, Sumter, Sumter County, S.C. (http://www.oldplaces.org/bamberg/vitals/sybile2.html)

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Robert Easterling WALL and Sybile Marie McMILLAN




Husband Robert Easterling WALL (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Sybile Marie McMILLAN

         Born: 3 Oct 1933 - Bamberg County, South Carolina
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       Father: Robert Aldrich McMILLAN (1912-1986)
       Mother: Mildred Lucille FREE (1913-1977)



 Other Spouse: Jasper Adelbert PIERCE


Children
1 M Laurie Preston WALL

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General Notes: Wife - Sybile Marie McMILLAN

This obituary for Sybile McMillan Pierce was posted on 10 May 2006:
SUMTER \emdash Sybile McMillan Pierce, wife of Jasper A. "Mr. Pete" Pierce of Lake Marion Nursing Home, died the evening of May 4th at her home. Mrs. Pierce, born in Bamberg County, SC, was a daughter of the late Mildred Free McMillan and Robert A. McMillan, Sr.

In addition to her husband she is also survived by two grandchildren, Iris Wall and Patrick Wall, and two great-grandchildren, Katlin Rose and Madison Greenwood, all of the home; a sister, Martha M. Berry; a sister-in-law, Francis W. McMillan and a number of nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a son, Laurie Preston Wall, and two brothers, Billy Arthur McMillan and Robert Aldridge "R. A." McMillan.

Mrs. Pierce was known for her deep love of genealogy.

A memorial service will be held at Wise Drive Baptist Church, Sumter, SC, at 3 p.m. Saturday, May 13, conducted by Dr. Dearld B. Sterling.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to your favorite charity, genealogy group or church. Condolences may be sent to her sister, Martha M. Berry... "
(http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa.states.southcarolina.counties.bamberg/116/mb.ashx)


General Notes: Child - Laurie Preston WALL

Laurie Peston WALL, deceased, is named in his mother's obituary.
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Jasper Adelbert PIERCE and Sybile Marie McMILLAN




Husband Jasper Adelbert PIERCE (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Sybile Marie McMILLAN

         Born: 3 Oct 1933 - Bamberg County, South Carolina
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         Died: 4 May 2006 - South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: Robert Aldrich McMILLAN (1912-1986)
       Mother: Mildred Lucille FREE (1913-1977)



 Other Spouse: Robert Easterling WALL


Children

General Notes: Wife - Sybile Marie McMILLAN

This obituary for Sybile McMillan Pierce was posted on 10 May 2006:
SUMTER \emdash Sybile McMillan Pierce, wife of Jasper A. "Mr. Pete" Pierce of Lake Marion Nursing Home, died the evening of May 4th at her home. Mrs. Pierce, born in Bamberg County, SC, was a daughter of the late Mildred Free McMillan and Robert A. McMillan, Sr.

In addition to her husband she is also survived by two grandchildren, Iris Wall and Patrick Wall, and two great-grandchildren, Katlin Rose and Madison Greenwood, all of the home; a sister, Martha M. Berry; a sister-in-law, Francis W. McMillan and a number of nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a son, Laurie Preston Wall, and two brothers, Billy Arthur McMillan and Robert Aldridge "R. A." McMillan.

Mrs. Pierce was known for her deep love of genealogy.

A memorial service will be held at Wise Drive Baptist Church, Sumter, SC, at 3 p.m. Saturday, May 13, conducted by Dr. Dearld B. Sterling.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to your favorite charity, genealogy group or church. Condolences may be sent to her sister, Martha M. Berry... "
(http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa.states.southcarolina.counties.bamberg/116/mb.ashx)
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William Daniel McMILLAN and Naomi TOLLISON




Husband William Daniel McMILLAN

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Wife Naomi TOLLISON

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Children
1 F Margaret McMILLAN

         Born: Cir 1870
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2 F Mary Lorina McMILLAN 1696,1697

         Born: Sep 1866 - Georgia
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       Spouse: William James DAVIS, Jr. (1871-1935) 1696
         Marr: Abt 1890



General Notes: Child - Mary Lorina McMILLAN

"William James DAVIS, Jr. had married Lorena McMILLAN by 1890 and is farming in Wilkinson Co. with a growing family. Mary Lorena McMILLAN was born Sep 1866." (Jack Davis, JStuartD1@aol.com)
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Anna Shalom McMILLON




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       Father: William Allen McMILLON
       Mother: Melody Rose SHUPP




Children

General Notes: Wife - Anna Shalom McMILLON

Anna Shalom McMillon was born 12 Nov 1974 in Harris County, Texas
daughter of William Allem Mcmillon and Melody Rose Shupp ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V8K4-B4T : accessed 24 Jun 2013), Anna Shalom Mcmillon, 1974.]

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Havilah Cherise McMILLON




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       Father: William Allen McMILLON
       Mother: Melody Rose SHUPP




Children

General Notes: Wife - Havilah Cherise McMILLON

Havilah Cherise McMillon, daughter of William Allen Mcmillon and Melody Rose Shupp, was born 29 July 1977 in Harris County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V82C-QGH : accessed 24 Jun 2013), Havilah Cherise Mcmillon, 1977.]

Havilah McMillon is named as a surviving granddaughter of Doris Jean Hallmark Ruddock Meador in her November 11, 2010 obituary.
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Will Cody McMILLON




Husband Will Cody McMILLON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: William Allen McMILLON
       Mother: Dawn Renee RUDDOCK





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General Notes: Husband - Will Cody McMILLON

Will Cody McMillon, son of William Allen McMillon and Dawn Renee Ruddock, was born 17 February 1986 in Harris County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V8PP-N33 : accessed 24 Jun 2013), Dawn Renee Ruddock in entry for Will Cody Mcmillon, 1986.]

Cody McMillon is named as a surviving grandson of Doris Jean Hallmark Ruddock Meador in her November 11, 2010 obituary.
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William Allen McMILLON and Melody Rose SHUPP




Husband William Allen McMILLON (details suppressed for this person)

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 Other Spouse: Dawn Renee RUDDOCK



Wife Melody Rose SHUPP (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 F Anna Shalom McMILLON (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Havilah Cherise McMILLON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - William Allen McMILLON

William Allen Mcmillon, son of Lowell Ray Mcmillon and Laura Burlene Black, was born 29 December 1952 in Harris County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V8D4-74P : accessed 24 Jun 2013), William Allen Mcmillon, 1952.]


Notes: Marriage

William A McMillon, age 20, married Melody R Shupp, age 20, on 9 June 1973 in Harris County, Texas. ["Texas, Marriages, 1966-2010," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VT5Q-D79 : accessed 24 Jun 2013), William A Mcmillon and Melody R Shupp, 1973.]

William A. McMillon, age 25, and Melody R. Mcmillon, age 25, divorced 12 September 1978 in Harris County, Texas. There were two children under 18. ["Texas, Divorce Index, 1968-2010," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VYXD-BDY : accessed 24 Jun 2013), William A Mcmillon and Melody R Mcmillon, 1978.]


General Notes: Child - Anna Shalom McMILLON

Anna Shalom McMillon was born 12 Nov 1974 in Harris County, Texas
daughter of William Allem Mcmillon and Melody Rose Shupp ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V8K4-B4T : accessed 24 Jun 2013), Anna Shalom Mcmillon, 1974.]


General Notes: Child - Havilah Cherise McMILLON

Havilah Cherise McMillon, daughter of William Allen Mcmillon and Melody Rose Shupp, was born 29 July 1977 in Harris County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V82C-QGH : accessed 24 Jun 2013), Havilah Cherise Mcmillon, 1977.]

Havilah McMillon is named as a surviving granddaughter of Doris Jean Hallmark Ruddock Meador in her November 11, 2010 obituary.
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William Allen McMILLON and Dawn Renee RUDDOCK




Husband William Allen McMILLON (details suppressed for this person)

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 Other Spouse: Melody Rose SHUPP



Wife Dawn Renee RUDDOCK (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Mac Olin RUDDOCK (1931-1974)
       Mother: Doris Jean HALLMARK (1934-2010)




Children
1 M Will Cody McMILLON (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - William Allen McMILLON

William Allen Mcmillon, son of Lowell Ray Mcmillon and Laura Burlene Black, was born 29 December 1952 in Harris County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V8D4-74P : accessed 24 Jun 2013), William Allen Mcmillon, 1952.]


General Notes: Wife - Dawn Renee RUDDOCK

Dawn Renee Ruddock and William Allen McMillon are named as the parents of Will Cody McMillon born 17 February 1986 in Harris County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V8PP-N33 : accessed 24 Jun 2013), Dawn Renee Ruddock in entry for Will Cody Mcmillon, 1986.]

Dawn and Bill McMillon are named as a surviving daughter and son-in-law of Doris Jean Hallmark Ruddock Meador in her November 11, 2010 obituary.


Notes: Marriage

William A. Mcmillon, age 26, married Dawn Ruddock, age 26, on 2 Jun 1979 in Harris County, Texas. Certificate Number: 098114. ["Texas, Marriages, 1966-2010," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VTB9-D2N : accessed 24 Jun 2013), William A Mcmillon and Dawn Ruddock, 1979.]


General Notes: Child - Will Cody McMILLON

Will Cody McMillon, son of William Allen McMillon and Dawn Renee Ruddock, was born 17 February 1986 in Harris County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V8PP-N33 : accessed 24 Jun 2013), Dawn Renee Ruddock in entry for Will Cody Mcmillon, 1986.]

Cody McMillon is named as a surviving grandson of Doris Jean Hallmark Ruddock Meador in her November 11, 2010 obituary.
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McMORRIS and Emera Ann Elizabeth MITCHELL




Husband McMORRIS 1340

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Wife Emera Ann Elizabeth MITCHELL 1340

         Born: 7 Feb 1804
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       Father: Dr. Thomas James MITCHELL (Abt 1778-      )
       Mother: Mary Louise WOOD (1785-1858) 1340



 Other Spouse: John THRASHER (      -      ) 1340


Children

General Notes: Wife - Emera Ann Elizabeth MITCHELL

See letter by Emily Emeline Mitchell, saved in her General notes.
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Charles H. McMULLAN, Jr.




Husband Charles H. McMULLAN, Jr. 3376

         Born: Nov 1887 - Alabama 3376
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       Father: Charles H. McMULLAN (      -      )
       Mother: Martha Joanna COOK (1862-1887) 76,3856





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General Notes: Husband - Charles H. McMULLAN, Jr.

In 1900, Charles H. McMULLAN [Jr.], 12, resides in the home of his aunt Sallie Herbert COOK and her husband John Dudley REESE in Lowndes County, Alabama.
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Anne Scott McNAB




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Wife Anne Scott McNAB (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: William Erwin McNAB (1883-1940)
       Mother: Louise WOOTEN (1880-1961)




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Caroline Duncan McNAB




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Wife Caroline Duncan McNAB 3074

         Born: Aug 1885 - Barnwell County, South Carolina 4900,4901
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       Father: William McNAB (1850-1932) 564
       Mother: Mary Milhouse RILEY (1857-1939) 369,1372


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Elizabeth Rebecca McNAB




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Wife Elizabeth Rebecca McNAB 3074

         Born: 29 Jul 1892 - Barnwell County, South Carolina 4901
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       Buried:  - First Baptist Church (Red Hill) Cemetery


       Father: William McNAB (1850-1932) 564
       Mother: Mary Milhouse RILEY (1857-1939) 369,1372


     Marriage: 


Children

General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth Rebecca McNAB

Elizabeth Rebecca McNAB's grave is indexed in the Barnwell Baptist Church Cemetery, Barnwell, County, South Carolina: "McNab, Elizabeth R. 7-29-1892 8-28-1972" [http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~scbarnwe/CemWeb/redhill.htm]
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Emma Amelia McNAB




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Wife Emma Amelia McNAB 3074,4827

         Born: Jun 1894 - Barnwell County, South Carolina 4901
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       Father: William McNAB (1850-1932) 564
       Mother: Mary Milhouse RILEY (1857-1939) 369,1372


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Frankie Duncan McNAB




Husband Frankie Duncan McNAB

         Born: 27 Oct 1884 - Barnwell County, South Carolina
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       Buried:  - First Baptist Church (Red Hill) Cemetery


       Father: William McNAB (1850-1932) 564
       Mother: Mary Milhouse RILEY (1857-1939) 369,1372





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General Notes: Husband - Frankie Duncan McNAB

Frankie Duncan McNAB's grave is indexed in the Barnwell Baptist Church Cemetery, Barnwell, County, South Carolina: "McNab, Frankie Duncan 10-27-1884 5-12-1886" [http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~scbarnwe/CemWeb/redhill.htm]
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Jenny Cornelia McNAB




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Wife Jenny Cornelia McNAB

         Born: 3 Dec 1898 - Barnwell County, South Carolina
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       Buried:  - First Baptist Church (Red Hill) Cemetery


       Father: William McNAB (1850-1932) 564
       Mother: Mary Milhouse RILEY (1857-1939) 369,1372




Children

General Notes: Wife - Jenny Cornelia McNAB

Jenny Cornelia McNAB's grave is indexed in the Barnwell Baptist Church Cemetery, Barnwell, County, South Carolina: "McNab, Jenny Cornelia 12-3-1898 2-3-1899" [http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~scbarnwe/CemWeb/redhill.htm]
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George Wightman WHITAKER, Sr. and Mary Catherine McNAB




Husband George Wightman WHITAKER, Sr. 3074

         Born: 1889 - South Carolina 4902
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     Marriage: Cir 1917



Wife Mary Catherine McNAB 3074

         Born: Jul 1888 - Barnwell County, South Carolina 4901
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       Father: William McNAB (1850-1932) 564
       Mother: Mary Milhouse RILEY (1857-1939) 369,1372




Children
1 F Mary Riley WHITAKER (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M George Wightman WHITACKER, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M William Walker WHITACKER (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M James Erwin WHITACKER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - George Wightman WHITAKER, Sr.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Williston; Series: T625 Roll: 1685 Page: 227:
120 130 WHITAKER George W. Head M W 30 M SC SC SC Asst Cashier Bank; -- Catherine M. Wife F W 30 M SC SC SC; -- Mary R. Dau F W 1/12 SC SC SC.

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


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