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Thomas MOSS




Husband Thomas MOSS 4533

         Born: 25 Jan 1847 - Fairfax County, Virginia 4533
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       Father: Alfred MOSS (1816-1862) 1910,4533
       Mother: Martha Ann GUNNELL (1823-1892) 1910,4533





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Thomas MOSS and Jane RATCLIFFE




Husband Thomas MOSS

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       Father: John MOSS (Cir 1730-Between 1808/1809)
       Mother: Anne (      -After 1808)


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Wife Jane RATCLIFFE 177

         Born: Cir 1795
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       Father: Richard RATCLIFFE (Abt 1751-1825) 113,114
       Mother: Louisiana BOWLING (Abt 1760-After 1825) 114




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1 M John MOSS 1915,3346

         Born: Abt 1806 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: Nov 1832 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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2 M Alfred MOSS 1910,4533

         Born: 1816 - Fairfax County, Virginia 4533
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         Died: 4 Oct 1862 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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       Spouse: Martha Ann GUNNELL (1823-1892) 1910,4533
         Marr: 12 Nov 1839 - Fairfax County, Virginia


3 F Anna R. MOSS

         Born: Cir 1818 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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       Spouse: Thomas R. LOVE (Cir 1815-      )
         Marr: Bef 1839


4 M Thomas Edgar MOSS

         Born: Nov 1819 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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5 M Charles R. MOSS

         Born: Mar 1822 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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6 M Armistead T. MOSS

         Born: Dec 1823 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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General Notes: Husband - Thomas MOSS

From the 1808 Will of John Moss: "Item I give to wife Ann Moss during her natural life ... and after her decease I give and bequeath unto my Sons William Moss and Thomas Moss and their heirs forever the residue of the lands purchased by me of the aforementioned Summers and Dade to be divided between them as follows: Beginning on the Turnpike road adjoining the two acres given my son Robert Moss for an Outlet thence down the said road opposite to my gate thence a southerly course to a small Drain about fifteen poles from the Turnpike road by the name of Crumps Branch thence down the said Branch and bending therewith to the intersection of the Dividing line of the lands purchased by me of the before-mentioned Summers and Dade thence with the said line eastwardly to where it crosses the Turkey Branch thence up the said branch with the Several Courses of my deed from the said Summers to the Intersection of West's line thence with the line to the beginning which several courses include that part of my land I wish my son Thomas to enjoy all but the houses where John Powell now lives with four acres adjoining it I add to the lands I intended for my daughters Patsy, Mary and Anne and in case it should exceed one third part of my purchase from the said Summers and Dade then I direct that my son Thomas Moss do pay to his brother William Moss at the rate of Twenty five Dollars for every acre that may be included in his said lott over and above one third part of the said two purchases of Summers and Dade... Item the rest and residue or the One third part of my personal 67 estate after my wife's decease I give and bequeath unto my three sons Robert Moss, William Moss and Thomas Moss to be equally Divided between them and their heirs& lastly I appoint my wife Ann Moss executrix and my sons Robert Moss, William Moss and Thomas Moss executors of my last will and testament hereby revoking all other and former wills by me heretofore made..."

Thomas Moss served as a Delegate from Fairfax County to the Virginia General Assembly in 1828. He was appointed Clerk of the Circuit Court to fill the vacancy left by his brother William's death in 1835. When Thomas Moss died in 1839, his son, Alfred, was appointed Clerk but served in that office only one month.

Transcript of part of an affidavit from Thomas R. Love and Alfred Moss to Judge John Scott of the Circuit Superior Court.
To the Honble John Scott Judge of the Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery of the County of Fairfax. Respectfully Complaining Herewith unto your Honor, your Orators Thomas R. Love guardian of Charles R. and Armistead T. Moss, and Alfred Moss guardian of Edgar and John Thomas Moss, the three first infant Children of Thomas Moss decd & the last named the infant son of Jno Moss decd son of Thomas Moss -
That Thomas Moss died intestate on the ____ day of October, 1839, leaving Seven Children and One grand Child in all his Heirs at Law - viz. Anna R. Love the wife of your Orator Thomas R. Love, Robert Moss, Alfred Moss, Thomas Moss & the four infant Children just named - Edgar the Eldest of these infant Children will be 20 years old in November of the present year. Charles R. will be 18 years old in the month of March 1840, Armistead 16 in the month of December in the present year and John Thomas Moss will ____ years old in the month of ____ 18__. (Certified by J. B. Hunter, a Justice of the Peace, 29 October 1839)


General Notes: Wife - Jane RATCLIFFE

In her father's will, dated 29 March 1815, Richard RATCLIFFE bequeathed "...and that after my said wife's death my desire is that all the houses & lotts of mine in providence, may be equally divided among my five daughters Penelope JACKSON, Nancy W. DANIEL, Jane MOSS, Patsey RATCLIFFE, and Locian RATCLIFFE Except the brick store house & lott and Hagues house, & that halfs, his lott, next to Payne Street..." 1915


General Notes: Child - Alfred MOSS

Alfred MOSS, son of Thomas Moss, was the grandson of John MOSS who built "Green Spring Farm."

"When Thomas Moss died in 1839, his son, Alfred, was appointed Clerk [of the Circuit Court] but served in that office only one month. Later, however, Alfred Moss moved from Alexandria to Providence [Fairfax] where in 1852 he was again appointed Clerk of the Circuit Court. He served in this capacity until 1861, at which time Civil War activities in the area disrupted the normal conduct of county business.[20] It was at this time that Alfred Moss removed George Washington's holographic will from Fairfax Courthouse to take it to Richmond for safekeeping for the duration of the war. Because there was considerable risk in getting it to Richmond, Alfred's wife, Martha Gunnell Moss, hid it for a time in her daughter's home, "Evergreen," in Fauquier County. Alfred Moss was captured and sent to Capitol Prison, and when he was released by exchange, he took the will to a safe place. Shortly after the war, the Fairfax County Court sent a private citizen, O. W. Hunt, to Richmond where he found the Washington will, some other papers, and the County Seal, which he returned to the Fairfax Courthouse where they may be seen during regular hours of business."

1860 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, No Twp; Series: M653 Roll: 1343 Page: 872: 306 309 Alfred MOSS 44 M Clerk Circuit Court 3000 14,000 VA; Martha A. MOSS 37 F Married[?] VA; Mary MOSS 18 F VA; Anna MOSS 16 F VA; Thomas MOSS 14 M VA; Charles MOSS 12 M VA; George MOSS 8 M VA; Mildred H. MOSS 6 VA; ____ MOSS 4 M VA; Edgar MOSS 8/12 M VA.

Alfred died 4 October 1862 in Dranesville, Fairfax County, Virginia.

A rootsweb posting lists his burial in Congressional Cemetery Plot: Range 3, Site 194, but not listed in this cemetery index. Alfred's wife, Martha Anne GUNNELL is indexed in this plot.
"Confederate Veterans Buried in Cemetery"; City of Fairfax Confederate Cemetery:
"Moss, Alfred: Major, Gen. EweU's Staff; C.M."
Note: C.M. designation indicates they are listed on the monument to tbe Confederate Dead.
[http://www.fairfaxva.gov/cemetery/confederateveterans.asp] 229
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Thomas Clyde MOSS, Jr.




Husband Thomas Clyde MOSS, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Thomas Clyde MOSS (1880-      )
       Mother: Eloise CONNER (Abt 1890-      )





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General Notes: Husband - Thomas Clyde MOSS, Jr.

Thomas Clyde MOSS, Jr. was not named in his parents household in the 1920 census.
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Thomas Edgar MOSS




Husband Thomas Edgar MOSS

         Born: Nov 1819 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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       Father: Thomas MOSS (      -1839)
       Mother: Jane RATCLIFFE (Cir 1795-      ) 177





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Thomas H. MOSS II




Husband Thomas H. MOSS II (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Thomas H. MOSS
       Mother: Vicki





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William MOSS




Husband William MOSS

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       Father: John MOSS (Cir 1730-Between 1808/1809)
       Mother: Anne (      -After 1808)





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General Notes: Husband - William MOSS

William Moss was appointed Clerk of the Fairfax County Court in 1801. He served as Clerk of the County Court for 32 years, until 1833. In 1831, he was appointed Clerk of the Circuit Court, when that body was created by the General Assembly, and he served in that position until 1835, the year of his death.

From the 1808 Will of John Moss: "Item I give to wife Ann Moss during her natural life ... and after her decease I give and bequeath unto my Sons William Moss and Thomas Moss and their heirs forever the residue of the lands purchased by me of the aforementioned Summers and Dade to be divided between them as follows: Beginning on the Turnpike road adjoining the two acres given my son Robert Moss for an Outlet thence down the said road opposite to my gate thence a southerly course to a small Drain about fifteen poles from the Turnpike road by the name of Crumps Branch thence down the said Branch and bending therewith to the intersection of the Dividing line of the lands purchased by me of the before-mentioned Summers and Dade thence with the said line eastwardly to where it crosses the Turkey Branch thence up the said branch with the Several Courses of my deed from the said Summers to the Intersection of West's line thence with the line to the beginning which several courses include that part of my land I wish my son Thomas to enjoy all but the houses where John Powell now lives with four acres adjoining it I add to the lands I intended for my daughters Patsy, Mary and Anne and in case it should exceed one third part of my purchase from the said Summers and Dade then I direct that my son Thomas Moss do pay to his brother William Moss at the rate of Twenty five Dollars for every acre that may be included in his said lott over and above one third part of the said two purchases of Summers and Dade... Item the rest and residue or the One third part of my personal 67 estate after my wife's decease I give and bequeath unto my three sons Robert Moss, William Moss and Thomas Moss to be equally Divided between them and their heirs& lastly I appoint my wife Ann Moss executrix and my sons Robert Moss, William Moss and Thomas Moss executors of my last will and testament hereby revoking all other and former wills by me heretofore made..."
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William Augustus MOSS




Husband William Augustus MOSS 564

         Born: 19 Jul 1834 - Orangeburg County, South Carolina
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         Died: 30 Sep 1839
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       Father: James Erwin MOSS (1811-1887)
       Mother: Selena Catherine STROMAN (Abt 1815-1899) 369





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Capt. William Crawford MOSS, CSA and Rebecca Caroline RAYSOR




Husband Capt. William Crawford MOSS, CSA 13,3262

         Born: Oct 1819 - Orangeburg, South Carolina 4279
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       Father: Stephen MOSS, Jr. (1764-1839) 4063
       Mother: Ann Marion ERWIN (1784-1850) 2117


     Marriage: 14 Feb 1850



Wife Rebecca Caroline RAYSOR 2193,3262

         Born: Feb 1829 - Colleton County, South Carolina 4279
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       Father: Thomas M. RAYSOR (1797-1858)
       Mother: Hannah STOKES (1808-1841)




Children
1 F Laura Ann MOSS 1013,3083,3084

         Born: 17 Apr 1852 - South Carolina
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         Died: 12 Mar 1920 1013
       Buried:  - Sunnyside Cemetery, Orangeburg, South Carolina
       Spouse: Judge Charles Glover DANTZLER (1854-1910) 2193,2356
         Marr: 1876 4126


2 M Stephen William MOSS 1013

         Born: Abt 1857 - South Carolina 3084
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         Died: After 1860
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3 F Anna Raysor MOSS 3084

         Born: Aug 1859 - South Carolina 3262,4279
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       Spouse: Did Not Marry


4 M Judge Benjamin Hart MOSS 2193,2877

         Born: 17 Jan 1862 - Orangeburg, South Carolina 4165
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         Died: 22 Apr 1939 - Orangeburg, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Sunnyside Cemetery, Orangeburg, South Carolina
       Spouse: Agnes Frances DIBBLE (1866-1941) 122,1013,2878
         Marr: 16 Nov 1892 124


5 F Caroline Erwin MOSS 2193,3261,3262

         Born: Feb 1868 - South Carolina 2443
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       Spouse: Abram West SUMMERS (1862-Bef 1920) 2193,2443
         Marr: 11 Feb 1892 - Orangeburg, South Carolina 4932



General Notes: Husband - Capt. William Crawford MOSS, CSA

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Orangeburg; Series: M653 Roll: 1224 Page: 403: 1519 1524 William C. MOSS 41 M Farmer 15,000 36,000 SC; -- R. C. 31 F SC; -- Laura 8 F SC; -- Stephen 3 M SC; -- Anna R. 1 F SC.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Zion; Series: T9 Roll: 1237 Page: 416: 196 197 MOSS Wm C. W M 60 M Farmer SC SC SC; -- R. C. W F 51 Wife M Keeping house SC SC SC; -- Anna R. W F 20 Dau S At home SC SC SC; -- Carrie E. W F 13 Dau S At home SC SC SC; and seven others.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, Orange Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1538 Page: 133: Broughton St --- 316 442 MOSS William C. Head W M Oct 1819 80 M 50 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Rebecca C. Wife W F Feb 1829 71 M 50 & 4 SC SC SC; -- Anna R. Dau W F Aug 1859 40 S SC SC SC DANTZLER Isabella Servant B F Jan 1864 36 S SC SC SC; HANCOCK Essie Servant B F Sept 1886 13 S SC SC SC; DANTZLER (Blank) Servant B F Apr 18889 11 S SC SC SC.


General Notes: Wife - Rebecca Caroline RAYSOR

Rebecca Caroline RAYSOR was the sister of Laura RAYSOR who married Dr. James D. ERWIN. Rebecca's husband, William Crawford MOSS and James D. EWRIN were first cousins.


General Notes: Child - Laura Ann MOSS

In 1920, Laura E. DANTZLER, 65, widowed, resides in the home of her daughter, Annie, and her husband, G. R. BOWMAN, in Orangeburg County, South Carolina. Laura's unmarried daughter, Carrie, 40, is also in the household.


General Notes: Child - Stephen William MOSS

"Died young."


General Notes: Child - Anna Raysor MOSS

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, 3-Wd Orangeburg: Series: T624 Roll: 1469 Page: 67: 69 134 169 SUMMERS Abram W. Head M W 48 M1 17 SC SC SC Lawyer; -- Carrie E. Wife F W 43 M1 17 4 4 SC SC SC; -- Jacob W. Son M W 15 S SC SC SC; -- Thomas R. Son M W 13 S SC SC SC; -- Carroll E. Son M W 9 S SC SC SC; -- Caroline M. Dau F W 4 SC SC SC; MOSS Anna R. Sister-in-law F W 49 S SC SC SC None Own income.

In 1920, Anna R. MOSS, 57, single, resides with her widowed sister, Carrie M. SUMMERS, and family in Orangeburg County, South Carolina.


General Notes: Child - Judge Benjamin Hart MOSS

Men of Mark in South Carolina, Volume III presents a biography of Judge Benjamin Hart MOSS on p. 322.

1910 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, 4-Wd Orangeburg; Series: T624 Roll: 1469 Page: 115: Whitman St 3 244 261 MOSS B. Hart Head M W 48 M1 17 SC SC SC Lawyer Own office; -- Agnes Wife F W 43 M1 17 5 3 SC SC SC; -- Samuel D. Son M W 16 S SC SC SC; -- Mary C. Dau F W 9 S SC SC SC; -- Agnes H. Dau F W 5/12 S SC SC SC.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, 4-Wd Orangeburg; Series: T625 Roll: 1704 Page: 227: Whitman St 3 52 53 MOSS Benjamin H. Head M W 57 M SC SC SC Lawyer & Banker; -- Frances A. Wife F W 53 M SC SC SC; -- Samuel D. Son M W 25 M SC SC SC None; -- Merle L. Dau-in-law F W 22 M SC SC SC; -- Mary C. Dau F W 19 S SC SC SC; -- Agnes H. Dau F W 10 S SC SC SC.


General Notes: Child - Caroline Erwin MOSS

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Orangeburg County, 3-Wd Orangeburg; Series: T625 Roll: 1704 Page: 213: 69 158 201 SUMMERS Carrie M. Head F W 52 Wd SC SC SC None; -- Jacob W. Son M W 25 S SC SC SC Lawyer; -- Carrol Son M W 18 S SC SC SC; -- Caroline M. Dau F W 14 S SC SC SC; MOSS Anna R. Sister F W 57 S SC SC SC None.
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William James MOSS, Jr.




Husband William James MOSS, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: William James MOSS (1892-      )
       Mother: Marie BARNETT (Cir 1895-      )





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Dr. George MOSSE and Phoebe NORTON




Husband Dr. George MOSSE 3661

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Wife Phoebe NORTON 3661

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1 F Phoebe MOSSE 3660

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       Spouse: Joseph J. LAWTON (1777-1859) 3661


2 F Jane MOSSE 3660

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       Spouse: Benjamin Themistocles Dion LAWTON (1782-      ) 3660


3 F Martha MOSSE 3660

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       Spouse: Alexander James LAWTON (1790-1876) 3660



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Owen Franklin NESTER, Sr. and Cecil Kathryn MOTLEY




Husband Owen Franklin NESTER, Sr. (details suppressed for this person)

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1 F Tammy Kathryn NESTER (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Daniel Richard WATERS (living)



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MOULTHROP




Husband MOULTHROP

         Born: After 1886
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         Died: Bef 1 Jun 1900
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       Father: Robert H. MOULTHROP, Jr. (1865-      )
       Mother: Catherine R. (1865-      )





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Albert C. MOULTHROP




Husband Albert C. MOULTHROP (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Robert MOULTHROP (1837-      )
       Mother: Sallie C. (1854-      )





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General Notes: Husband - Albert C. MOULTHROP

1920 U.S. Census, Alabama, Barbour County, Beat 5; Series: T625 Roll: 3 Page: 31: A. C. and wife.

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Charles W. MOULTHROP




Husband Charles W. MOULTHROP

         Born: May 1884 - Alabama
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       Father: Robert H. MOULTHROP, Jr. (1865-      )
       Mother: Catherine R. (1865-      )





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Moss M. MOULTHROP




Husband Moss M. MOULTHROP

         Born: Oct 1899 - Barbour County, Alabama
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       Father: Robert H. MOULTHROP, Jr. (1865-      )
       Mother: Catherine R. (1865-      )





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William H. MOULTHROP




Husband William H. MOULTHROP

         Born: Sep 1886 - Alabama
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       Father: Robert H. MOULTHROP, Jr. (1865-      )
       Mother: Catherine R. (1865-      )





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Bert MOWERY and Permilia PHEMISTER




Husband Bert MOWERY

         Born: Abt 1877 - West Virginia
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     Marriage: 28 Mar 1899 - Washington County, Ohio



Wife Permilia PHEMISTER

         Born: Abt 1880
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       Father: Walter A. PHEMISTER (1839-      ) 3644
       Mother: Grace Ann CASADY (1854-1896) 262,3644




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Daniel MOXLEY




Husband Daniel MOXLEY

         Born: Bef 1732
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       Father: William MOXLEY (Abt 1702-1752) 105
       Mother: JANE (Cir 1705-      )





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John O'DANIEL, RW-PS-VA and Elizabeth MOXLEY




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

          AKA: John DANIEL, John O'DANNELL
         Born: 1718 - Stafford County, Virginia
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         Died: 19 Jan 1799 - Centreville, Fairfax 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: 1740 - Virginia 112

 Other Spouse: Anne McINTOSH (Abt 1750-After 1807) 110,885 - After 1769 - Fairfax, Virginia



Wife Elizabeth MOXLEY 106

         Born: 1721 - Virginia
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         Died: After 1767 - Virginia
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       Father: Thomas MOXLEY (Abt 1700-Bef 1750) 105
       Mother: Ann (Abt 1704-After 1757) 106,107,108




Children
1 M William DANIEL 2709

          AKA: William O'DANIEL Esq., RS-SC 110
         Born: 1747 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: Between 11 Mar 1807 and 6 May 1807 - Daniel Plantation, Abbeville, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Daniel Plantation, Abbeville, South Carolina
       Spouse: Lucretia BELL (1757-1822) 943
         Marr: Abt 1777


2 M John O'DANIEL 110

         Born: Cir 1750 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: Bef 19 Jan 1798 110
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       Spouse: Anne CLARKE (Cir 1760-Bef 1805) 323
         Marr: Bef 1778


3 F Mary O'DANIEL 110

         Born: Abt 1756 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: After May 1833 - Clark County, Kentucky
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       Spouse: Samuel TALBOTT, Jr. (1756-1833) 366
         Marr: Abt 1778 - Fairfax County, Virginia 110


4 F Frances O'DANIEL 110

          AKA: Anne Frances MAY 4451
         Born: Cir 1760 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: 1836 - Greene County, Alabama 4451
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       Spouse: John D. MAY (Bef 1755-1825) 110
         Marr: Cir 1786 - South Carolina 110


5 F Margaret O'DANIEL 110

          AKA: Margaret DANIEL
         Born: Between 1760 and 1770 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: Jul 1845 - South Carolina
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       Spouse: TURNER (Cir 1760-Bef 1788)
       Spouse: Pvt James NELSON, RS-SC (1748-1835) 366
         Marr: 1788 110


6 F Elizabeth O'DANIEL 110

         Born: 8 Apr 1761 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: 23 Jul 1847 - Salt Lick Creek, Mason County, Kentucky
       Buried:  - Valley Cemetery, North Of Charters, Kentucky
       Spouse: Isaac HALBERT (1750-1825)
         Marr: 1777 - Fairfax County, Virginia 110


7 M Stephen O'DANIEL 110,2197

          AKA: Stephen DANIEL 2196
         Born: Abt 1765 - Fairfax County, Virginia 2196
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         Died: 8 Feb 1854 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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       Spouse: Ann Wise RATCLIFFE (Abt 1782-1826) 1915
         Marr: Abt 1800 - Fairfax County, Virginia 3079


8 F Catherine O'DANIEL 110

         Born: 19 Mar 1768 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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         Died: 25 Apr 1825 - Jefferson County, Virginia
       Buried:  - Hurst Graveyards, in The Field, Jefferson County, Virginia
       Spouse: John HURST (1766-1850) 1816
         Marr: Abt 1790 110



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 - Elizabeth MOXLEY

Elizabeth MOXLEY married John DANIEL [O'DANIEL] in 1740. "Marriages of some Virginia Residents, Volume 1", D. F. Wulfeck, page 218, also records that she was born in 1721 and died "circa 1760." The marriage was likely in Prince William County, Virginia, that portion taken from Stafford County in 1731. From what I have found, I believe she died about 1767, probably in Fairfax County, Virginia, that portion taken from Prince William County, in 1741.

John GLADIN, in his will of 1749, named John O'DANIEL as executor for bequeaths to Sarah NELSON and her mother, Ann NELSON. One of the witnesses to his will was Elizabeth O'DANIEL, believed to be John O'Daniel's wife, Elizabeth MOXLEY.

Elizabeth MOXLEY's legacy from the will of her father, Thomas MOXLEY, was paid to her husband, John O'DANIEL, in the settlement of Thomas' estate in 1750. (Fairfax Will Book A)

Elizabeth and John appear to have been the parents of eight children before Elizabeth's death. Although her death was listed as "circa 1760," it is more likely she died in Fairfax County, Virginia, after 1767, about the year of her daughter Catherine's birth.


Notes: Marriage

"DANIEL, John, b. 1718; d. 1799, son of William; served in Rev. War; m. 1740, Elizabeth MOXLEY, b. 1721; d. cir 1760; res. Stafford and Fairfax Co. Mas."


General Notes: Child - William DANIEL

William DANIEL of Edgefield County, South Carolina was William O'DANIEL, born 1747 in Centreville, Fairfax County, Virginia. He was a son of John O'DANIEL, proven by the below indenture recorded in Fairfax County Deed Book Z, pages 473-476, wherein John O'DANIEL of Fairfax County, Virginia, and his [second] wife Ann [McINTOSH], for love and ten dollars, deeded 1000 acres in the County of Fayette and State of Kentucky to their son, William, identified as "William O'DANIEL of the County of Edgefield, District of Ninety six and State of South Carolina."

"This Indenture made this thirteenth day of May in the year of our Lord Seventeen hundred and Ninety Seven Between John ODANIEL of the County of Fairfax and Common Wealth of Virginia & Ann his wife of the one part and William ODANIEL of the County of Edgefield District of ninety six & State of South Carolina of the other part Witnesseth that the said John O'DANIEL and Ann his wife for and in Consideration of the Natural Love and Regard which they have for and bear toward the said William ODANIEL son of the said John ODANIEL as also for and in Consideration of the sum of Ten Dollars to them the said John ODANIEL and Ann his wife by the said William ODANIEL in hand and paid at and before the Sealing and Acknowledgment of these presents the Receipt whereof they the said John ODANIEL and Ann his wife doth hereby Acknowledge & him the said William ODANIEL and his heirs thereof and therefrom Release and fully acquit Have Given Granted Bargained and Sold Aliened and Confirmed and by these presents Do give grant Bargain and Sell Alien and Confirm unto him the said William ODANIEL and to his heirs and Assigns forever a Tract part of a Tract on Parcel of Land Containing One Thousand Acres Situate lying and being in the County of Fayette and State of Kentucky and on the westside(?) Licking(?) And being part of a Larger Tract of Land granted To the said John ODANIEL by the Common Wealth of Virginia Bearing date the nineteenth day of May in the year Seventeen hundred and Eighty seven & Containing Two thousand seven hundred and one Acres the One thousand Acres of Land hereby intended to be conveyed is to be laid off and taken out of the said whole Tract in one Entire quantity on parcel Altogether in such part thereof as the said William ODANIEL his Heirs Executors or Assigns shall think proper or make choice of which said One Thousand Acres so to be taken out and Ascertained together with all and Singular the Houses Buildings Gardens Woods and Underwoods waters and water courses Orchards Previlidges Profits Easements Commodities Advantages Emoluments Hereditaments and Appurtenances whatsoever to the said Tract on Parcel of One Thousand Acres of Land Belonging or appertaining or with the same used or Enjoyed or excepted Reputed Taken or known as part parcel or number thereof as as (sic) belonging to the same or any part thereof The Reversion ? Reversions Remainder and Remainders yearly and other Rents Issues and Profits thereof and of every part and parcel thereof To have and to Hold the said One Thousand Acres of Land with the Tenements Hereditaments and all and Singular other the premises herein before mentioned or intend to be given Bargained and Sold and Every part and parcel thereof with Every of their Rights members and Appurtenances unto the said William ODANIEL his heirs and Assigns forever. And the said John ODANIEL and Ann his wife for themselves and their Heirs the said hereby granted Land with all and Singular the Premises and Appurtenances before mentioned unto the said William ODANIEL his Heirs and Assigns free from the claim or claims of them the said John ODANIEL and Ann his wife or either of them their or either of their Heirs and all and every person or persons whatsoever claiming by from or under them or any of them shall will and Do warrant and forever defend by these presents In Witness whereof the said John ODANIEL and Ann his Wife have hereunto set their Hands and Affixed their Seals the Day and year first above written ~ Signed Sealed & Delivered In presence of... John (his X mark) ODANIEL L. S. Note the words "in hand paid and Heirs" were first Interlined before signing . . Nancy ODANIEL L. S. Rd. RATCLIFFE Cortney ASKINS Patrick McATEE Barten BOSWELL
Fairfax County to wit. Rec.d on this 13th day of May 1797 from William ODANIEL the sum of Ten Dollars the full Consideration within mentioned As Witness my hand John ODANIEL Witnesses Present Rd. RATCLIFFE Courtney ASKINS Patrick McATEE Barten BOSWELL
At a Court held for Fairfax County the 18th day of September 1797 This Deed of Gift from John ODANIEL to William ODANIEL Was proved to be Act and Deed of the said John ODANIEL by the Oaths of Richard RATCLIFFE Courtney ASKINS and Barton BOSWELL Witnesses thereto and Ordered to be Recorded~ Teste J. Wagoner Ct Cu(?)"
(Transcribed by Robert Louis Daniell from the printouts of microfilmed copies of Fairfax County, Virginia Deed Book Z1. Surnames have been capitalized and items in ( ) are added. Punctuation marks were rarely discernible.)

In his will, proven in 1799, John O'DANIEL of Fairfax County, Virginia names his son, William O'DANIEL. William had shed his Celtic O' about the time he migrated to South Carolina, using DANIEL as his surname. Most records, including his Will, show his name as William DANIEL. William was given "one thousand acres of land lying in the state of Kentucky part of a greater track", in which William had already received an indenture for $10 and "love". All of John O'DANIEL's children had dropped the Celtic O' by 1799, but John still used O'DANIEL in all his children's names in his will.

Previous information which lead Tuck Wilson and Robert Daniell to believe that William, b. 1747, was John O'DANIEL's son was:
(1) This military record: "William DANIEL - Born Centerville, Va., 1747; died Edgefield Dist., S. C., 1807. Enlisted in S. C. under General SUMTER. He married Lucretia BELL." (See D. A. R. Records 115 P. 6). Source: Family Archive Viewer, Virginia Military Records, Appendix: State-Wide and Miscellaneous Records stating that William was born in Centerville, VA, and married Lucretia BELL. The deed above proves this assignment to be true.
(Comment: As to William's Rev. Service, I reviewed several sources and can only find one William Daniel serving under Sumter. It is stated best in "Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution" by Bobby Gilmer Moss, page 231:" Daniel, William - b. 1747, NC, d 1807, m. Lucretia Bell He served in the militia under Col Taylor and Gen Sumter (moved to Georgia) A. A. 1725; McCall, III, 64." Note the b. 1747 NC and Moved to Georgia. Compare the above to this from "Georgia Rev. War Soldiers Graves" Vol 2 page 418: Laurens County Georgia - William Daniel, b. 1747, d. 1807 served in the SC militia under Col. Taylor and Gen Tomas Sumter." I think both William Daniels are getting in on one record. Your Virginia record leads me to believe our William actually served under Taylor (a neighbor). There are mistakes everywhere. Tuck Wilson)
In addition, Coy K. Johnston wrote in his work "Ancestry of Elizabeth Johnston Nee Daniel of St. Peter's Parish (Now Hampton County), Beufort District , South Carolina" dated March 1, 1978: "William Daniel disappeared from the Pitt County records, but according to Charles Brunk Heinemann, Daniel Families of the Southern States (Washington, D. C., 1949), vol. 2, p.16, William settled in Edgefield District, S. C., and served in the Revolution under General Sumter (and that his wife was the former Lucretia Bell, citing D. A. R. Lineage books, vol. 113, p. 6)." [Note: Parenthetical information is in Mr. Johnston's work. Pitt County, mentioned here, is in North Carolina. RLD]
(2) John O'DANIEL, William and Stephen O'DANIEL's father, inherited land on Accotink Run, Fairfax, VA from his father, William (b. 1691?). John left this land to his wife, Anne "Nancy" McINTOSH, for her lifetime, and in 1854, John's son Stephen died at his place called Airhill, near Centreville in Fairfax. This 19 acre plot was purchased by Stephen and adjoined the property granted to William (1691?), willed to John, and given to Nancy as a life estate.
(3) the notation in "The History of Hancock County, Georgia" that states "After Levi's death, Martha DANIELL married Jack DANIEL, said to have been a cousin of her first husband." William DANIEL was a first cousin of Levi DANIELL, and his son, John "Jack" DANIEL was a second cousin to Levi. This assignment is in accord with that statement.
(4) the fact that others, purported to be William of Edgefield's brothers, are not named in John O'DANIEL's will, a good indication that they are not William's siblings.
(5) when James O'DANIEL left Fairfax for South Carolina, his niece, William's sister, Frances, daughter of John, went with him and married there a man named May. William migrated to South Carolina as well, where he amassed thousands of acres.
In regard to William's sister Frances who married a "man named May": On 28 November 1801, William DANIEL of Edgefield District sold to Thomas MAY of Fairfield District for one hundred and forty dollars "all that plantation or tract of land containing one hundred and eighty nine acres acres... on the waters of Little River and Creek... being part of a tract of two hundred acres originally granted toWm Walton..." It adjoined lands of Wm BILL [BELL?], Barney POPE, and Edward McGRAW[?]. The deed was witnessed by John MAY and Edward ANDREWS. [Deed_N_0428a, 1802, Fairfield, South Carolina]

These records appear to mark the locations of land and list neighbors for William DANIEL, some may not be his.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0018 Page: 00164 Item: 02 Date: 1771/10/09 Description: MCCRACKEN, James, Plat for 100 Acres in Barkly [sic] County. Names Indexed: BREMAR, John/MCCRACKEN, James/HENDRICKS, Henry/DANIEL, William/PEARSON, Enoch/Locations: Berkeley County/Broad River Saluda River/Enoree River/Indian Creek.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0018 Page: 00055 Item: 02 Date: 1773/03/23 Description: MAZYCK, David, Plat for 100 Acres in Colleton County. Names Indexed: BREMAR, John/MAZYCK, David/KIRKLAND, Moses/DANIEL, William/Locations: Colleton County/Edisto Creek.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0014 Page: 00223 Item: 02 Date: 1773/05/06 Description: COX, James, Plat for 300 Acres in Ninety Six District. Names Indexed: COX, James/DANIEL, William/BREMAR, John/Locations: Ninety Six District/ Dry Creek/ Saluda River.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0016 Page: 00014 Item: 01 Date: 1773/05/20 Description: GAINS, Ambrose, Plat for 100 Acres in Ninety Six District. Names Indexed: BREMAR, John/GAINS, Ambrose/GRIGSBY, James/HOGAN, Joseph/DANIEL, William/Locations: Ninety Six District/Red Bank Creek/Little Saluda River.
SC Archives: Series Number :S213184 Volume: 0017 Page: 00495 Item: 01 Date: 1773/04/12 Description: PURCELL, James, Plat for 250 Acres in Orangeburg District. Names Indexed: BREMAR, James/PURCELL, James/MAZYCK, Daniel/DANIEL, William/Locations: Orangeburg District/Edisto River.
SC Arhives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0017 Page: 00496 Item: 01 Date: 1775/02/01 Description: KIRKLAND, Robert, Plat for 100 Acres in Orangeburgh District. Names Indexed: BREMAR, John/KIRKLAND, Robert/DANIEL, William/Locations: Orangeburgh District/Shaws Creek.
SC ARchives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0019 Page: 00453 Item 02 Date: 1775/03/01 Description: SIMPSON, James, Plat for 500 Acres in Orangeburg District. Names Indexed: SIMPSON, James/DANIEL, William/BREMAR, John/Locations: Orangeburgh District/Edisto River/Cedar Creek.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0014 Page: 00223 Item: 02 Date: 1773/05/06 Description: COX, James, Plat for 300 Acres in Ninety Six District. Names Indexed: COX, James/DANIEL, William/BREMAR, John/ Locations: Ninety Six District/Dry Creek/Saluda River.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0015 Page: 00321 Item :02 Date: 1773/05/10 Description: HARRISON, James, Plat for 150 Acres in Ninety Six District. Names Indexed: BREMAR, John/PURCELL, James/HARRISON, James/DANIEL, William/Locations: Ninety Six District/Edisto River.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0021 Page: 00442 Item: 01 Date: 1773/05/10 Description: WHITEHEAD, Thomas, Plat for 200 Acres in Ninety Six District. Names Indexed: WHITEHEAD, Thomas/HARRISON, James/DANIEL, William/BREMAR, John/Locations: Ninety Six District/Edisto River.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0016 Page: 00014 Item: 01 Date: 1773/05/20 Description: GAINS, Ambrose, Plat for 100 Acres in Ninety Six District. Names Indexed: BREMAR, John/GAINS, Ambrose/GRIGSBY, James/HOGAN, Joseph/DANIEL, William/Locations: Ninety Six District/Red Bank Creek/Little Saluda River.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0017 Page: 00491 Item: 01 Date: 1774/05/27 Description: KIRKLAND, Benjamin, Plat for 200 Acres in Orangeburgh District. Names Indexed: BREMAR, John/KIRKLAND, Benjamin/ODUM, Michael/DANIEL, William/Locations: Orangeburg District/Edisto River.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0016 Page: 00371 Item: 03 Date: 1774/05/28 Description: LINDSAY, Isaac, Plat for 150 Acres in Ninety Six District. Names Indexed: BREMAR, John/LINDSAY, Isaac/DANIEL, William/Locations: Ninety Six District/Dry Creek/Little Saluda.

Edgefield District: "10 May 1775: Francis BRAZINA (?), Planter of Camden Dist, SC to Arthur SIMKINS, Esq. of Ninety-Six dist, SC for 25 pounds, sold 250 acres on PUCKETS' Creek a branch of STEVENS Creek & Savannah River, originally granted 31 Aug 1774, & adj. Ephraim PUCKETT; land surveyed on Dutch bounty; William CARR & Arthur SIMKINS. /s/ Francis BREZINA. Wit: Jesse DANIEL, William DANIEL, who swore by oath 15 Feb 1776 in Orangeburg Dist, SC before John FAIRCHILD, J. P." Jesse and William DANIEL are first cousins, sons of James O'DANIEL and John O'DANIEL, respectively, of Fairfax County, Virgina. James migrated to the Congarees in 1754 and William later joined him there. [Record posted by Audrey Pool, 4 July 2004, http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/SC-Genealogy/2004-07/1089000655]

William married before 1778 Lucretia BELL, daughter of Benjamin BELL and Martha TUCKER.

On 4 November 1778, John BELL in the State of South Carolina Craven County sold to William DANIEL, planter in the Sate aforesaid of the sd. part, for one thousand pound Lawful ____ money of this State 100 acres lying on the North Side of Broad River on a small branch thereof bounding on all sides by vacant land when laid out to Stephen ELLIS granted by Stephen ELLIS unto John BELL the 8th February 1774. Witnesses: Bar. POPE and Lucy POPE. In a memorandum dated 16 May 1787 headed Fairfield County, John BELL acknowledged the signing, sealing and delivering the wittin deed to William DANIEL. Certified 23 July 1787 by ____ MILLING Clerk of the Court.

This record mentions Effingham County, Georgia, but the family has no record of William being there, South Carolina Revolutionary Soldiers, Sailors Patriots & Descendants, Vol. 1, Carter-Maddox, p. 26, lists "DANIEL, William, Sr. (RS-SC) 1747-1807, Effingham Co., Ga., m. Lucretia BELL" It lists William and Lucretia's family with 10 children (they had nine) in column format: John, Jesse, James, Stephen, William, Mary, Catherine, Martha, Marsh, and Elizabeth m. ____ RAIFORD. There was no child named Marsh; Martha had married Capt. Bryant MARSH.

Victor Russell DANIEL, M.D., a 3rd great-grandson of William and Lucretia Bell DANIEL of Edgefield County, South Carolina writes: "I know that William O'DANIEL (b. about 1747) moved to SC in 1768. He apparently acquired 1,000 acres of land in "Fairfield District" before joining his uncle, James O'DANIEL (Daniell), who had moved to SC shortly before. As my grandfather wrote: James became "the owner of a thousand acre tract of land on waters of Indian Creek, 5 or 6 miles East from the present Daniel plantation." He further states that William: "soon thereafter having acquired ownership of large landed interests on waters of Little Mine Creek in Edgefield District, where he lived the rest of his life, still owned by the Daniels; his landed holdings at the time of his death in 1807 exceeded 5,000 acres." One of William's sons (named William lived with his mother in Newberry (or Newberry County) after his mother's remarriage following the death of her husband. He apparently moved back to his father's original land (currently near Saluda, SC and built a new house there in 1816 on what my grandfather referred to as "the present Daniel plantation." This building was regretfully demolished in, I believe the 1960's and the land has been sold. According to my grandfather's notes, William DANIEL, who moved to SC in 1768, married Lucretia BELL, the daughter of Benjamin BELL, Sr., who owned land nearby. She remarried Zachariah Smith BROOKS, from Newberry County. I do not know how my grandfather discovered this information, but he does cite in a bibliography, the wills of William DANIEL (father and son's wills), both recorded at the J. of P. office, Edgefield, SC. Feel free to quote my grandfather's info, if you like."

SC Archives: Series: S108092, Reel: 0030, Frame: 00375, ignore: 000, Date: 1791 C.
Description: DANIEL, William, Petition Requesting Compensation for Revolutionary Service. (2 Frances). Names indexed: DANIEL, William; TAYLOR, Thomas. Document type: Petition.

STUB INDENTS, Vol. R-T, p. 186, provides: "No. 520 Book S Issued the 20th of June 1785 to Mr. William DANIEL for Fifteen Pounds Six Shillings & five Pence Sterling for Sundries Supplied the Continentals in 1781 & 1783 as per Account Audited - Principal - 15,,6-5 - Annual Interest 1,,1-5-"

SC Archives: Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0004 Page: 00359 Item: 00 Date: 1784/05/27 Description: DANIEL, William, Plat for 210 Acres on Waters of Little River, Camden District, Surveyed by Minor WINN. Names Indexed: DANIEL, William/WINN, Minor/DARREL, Wiliam/CHERRY, Joshua/ANDREW, James/DARREL, James/BILL, William/Locations: Camden District/Little River.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0008 Page: 00434 Item: 02 Date: 1784/09/26 Description: SISSANE, William, Plat for 145 Acres on Mine Creek, Ninety Six District, Surveyed by Bennett CRAFTON. Names Indexed: SISSANE, William/CRAFTON, Bennett/DANIEL, William/Locations: Ninety Six Disrict/Mine Creek/ Little Saluda River.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0004 Page: 00033 Item: 00 Date: 1784/12/27 Description: DANIEL, William Sr., Plat for 200 Acres on waters of Little River, Camden District, Surveyed by Philip PEARSON. Names Indexed: DANIEL, William Sr./PEARSON, Philip/POPE, Isaac/WOODWARD, Thomas/POTTS, John/DANIEL, William/MONTGOMERY, David/Locations: Camden District/Little River.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0012 Page: 00066 Item: 00 Date: 1785/08/22 Description: BROWN, William, Plat for 350 Acres on Waters of Little Mine Creek, Edgefield county, Ninety Six District, surveyed by John Abney. Names Indexed: BROWN, William/ABNEY, John/DANIEL, William/HART/Locations: Ninety Six District/Edgefield County/Little Mine Creek/Little Saluda River.

William DANIEL is named in the 1790 census of Camden District, Fairfield County, South Carolina, page 19, with 3 males 16 & up, 4 males under 16, and 7 females. This enumeration includes one male under 16 and two females more than his known family. William is listed seven names from his uncle James DANIEL/LL.

On 16 February 1790, Samuel WALKER, executor of the Will of Benjamin BELL [father of Lucretia BELL], sells land to [her husband] William DANIEL of Fairfield County, South Carolina. Edgefield Deed Books 1-12 Hendrix, Ge Lee Corley 12 land,SC Edgefield Executor of Will Edgefield Deed Book 1, P 255-259. These were various tracts that were originally Benjamin BELL's.

In an Indenture dated 15 June 1791, "William DANIEL and Lucretia his wife of the County of Fairfield and the State of South Carolina" transferred to "Edward ANDREWS of County an State aforesaid" "All that Plantation or tract of Land Situate in County and State aforesaid... It being forty acres more or less and part of one hundred and forty orinally granted unto the said William DANIEL by his Excellency Charles PINCKNEY Esq. Govenor [sic] in chief the fifth day of January one thousand seven hundred and ninety and duly recorded there in Book B. No. 5. Page 92 ..." Witnesses were David ANDREWS and Robert RANDOL.

SC Archives: Series Number: S108092 Reel: 0030 Frame: 00375 ignore: 00 Date: 1791 C. Description: DANIEL, William, Petition Requesting Compensation for Revoluntionary Service. (2 Frames) Names Indexed: DANIEL, William/TAYLOR, Thomas.

Indenture, 7 May 1794: James WRIGHT of Charleston and state aforesaid [South Carolina] and William DANIELL planter of the state aforesaid and County of Fairfield to William DANIELL, in consideration of the sum of Twenty five pounds sterling, two hundred acres more or less, situate on the waters of little River in Craven County bounding lands of John POTTS, Stephen ELLIS, William BELL and William RUSSELL, Barnabas POPE, Edward McGraw and James ANDREWS. Witnesses: Phillip RAIFORD and James NELSON.
[Note: Phillip RAIFORD was a son-in-law of William DANIEL/DANIELL. RLD]

SC Archives: Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0032 Page: 00091 Item: 01 Date: 1794/07/18 Description: DANIEL, William, Plat for 420 Acres on Deloachs Branch of Red Bank Creek, Edgefield County, Ninety Six District, Surveyed by Alexander B. STARK. Names Indexed: DANIEL, William/STARK, Alexander B./BROWN, William/BLAND/STARK, Robert/BROOKS/GAFFTON/BURDETT, William/TOMLIN/HUMPHREY, William/LITTLE/Locations: Deloachs Branch/Red Bank Creek/Little Saluda River/Edgefield County/Ninety Six District.

In the Edgefield County Court Minutes of January 1795, William DANIEL, Esq., produced certification as to his qualifications as Justice of the Peace for Edgefield County. Said: Arthur SIMPKINS, Esq. William acted as Justice of the Peace for a number of years as shown by numerous record entries.

SC Archives: Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0032 Page: 00554 Item: 01 Date: 1796/02/01 Description: DANIEL, William, Plat foe 500 Acres on Dry and Mine Creeks, Ninety Six District, Surveyed bt William DANIEL.
Names Indexed: DANIEL, William/COX, James/DANIEL, John/MAZYCK/HERRING, William/SISSON, Mrs./BRASWELL, Britain/Locations: Dry Creek/Mine Creek/ Little Saluda River/Ninety Six District.
SC Archives: Series Number: S213190 Volume: 0032 Page: 00553 Item: 01 Date: 1796/02/01 Description: DANIEL, John, Plat for 500 Acres on Mine and Dry Creeks, Edgefield County, Ninety Six District, Surveyed by William DANIEL. Names Indexed: DANIEL, John/DANIEL, William/SHURLEY, Absalom/MELLON, Benjamin/WINSER/WATSON, Arthur/Locations: Mine Creek/Dry Creek/Little Saluda River/Edgefield County/ Ninety Six District.

On 17 June 1799, William DANIEL sold to Phillip RAIFORD [son-in-law] land first granted to Robert START in 1774, 1778 sold to Benjamin BELL, 1790 sold by Samuel WALKER to William DANIEL. Land on Little Mine Creek Edgefield Deed Books 19, 20, 21, 22 Wells, Carol 53 land. SC Edgefield Land Record Edgefield Deed Book 20 p. 220-223.

In the 1800 South Carolina Census, the family of William DANIEL of Edgefield County, South Carolina is recorded as 20401-12001 0 22 (Series: M32 Roll: 47 Page: 135), an excellent picture of his family which raises only one question: Who is the 4th male 16-26? William has five sons and four daughters known to this compiler. Curiously, the name "John HOLLOWAY" is written in the left margin of the page next to William's enumeration. An indication that John was in the household?

Deed Book 23, P 338- Nov 26, 1802 James Sanders GUIGNARD of Columbia, to Nathan'l. BOLTON 212 AC Mine Crk of Saluda Riv, grtd to Fulton BOLTON Aug 9, 1792, sold to James S. GUIGNARD Jan 4, 1800-Wts: Jno. GAYLE, Billups GAYLE; Pro: Oct. 25, 1803 by JNO GAYLE, Wm DANIEL, JP Rec 24 Oct, 1803.

The Last Will & Testament of William DANIEL (provided by Tuck Wilson):
In the name of God Amen. I William DANIEL of the State of South Carolina Edgefield District Do make [and] ordain this Instrument Which is Written and Subscribed with my Name to be my last Will and Testament and as touching such Worldly Estate Wherewith it has pleased God to bless me in this I give, devise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form--------
Imprimis all my Debts are to be paid.
Item To my dearly beloved Wife Lucretia DANIELS I give and bequeath the plantation Where I now live for the time of her Natural life also the Third part of my personal estate as I also do my household and kitchen furniture of Every sort and kind and after her Death to be divided among my Children.
Item To My beloved Son John DANIEL I give and bequeath all that Tract of land lying in Fairfield District on the waters of Broad River Containing one thousand acres more or Less and that my son John DANIEL do pay out of the value of the Land three hundred Dollars to Each of My Daughters, Mary DANIEL & Catherine DANIEL as their part of the real property.
Item To My beloved Sons Jesse DANIELS and James DANIELS all that tract of Land Lying in Edgefield District lying on Indian Creek to be Equally Divided between the two, James DANIEL to have the upper part where he now Lives and Jesse DANIEL the Lower part of the Said tract Containing one thousand acres more or less.
Item To my Beloved son William DANIEL I give and bequeath that Tract of Land Lying in Edgefield District on the waters of Mine and Pen Creek Beginning at a Stake Corner by a pine near Jeremiah MOBLEY's then along the old Line to the Branch then down the Branch to the old line of a three hundred acre tract then along sd. Line in a westwardly Direction as far as My Line Runs and on Philip RAIFORD's Line to the Perkins Road then Along the Perkins Road to the Dividing Line between Elisha BLAND & Paton BLAND to a Small White oak in a bottom from thence to a Corner on a White Oak Corner on a branch on Henry HERRNs' Line known by the name of the quarter branch Containing twelve hundred acres more or Less, and all the Land North of the Last Mentioned Line.
Item To My beloved Son Stephen DANIEL I Give and bequeath My Land Where I now Live after the Death of his Mother Including all the Land Lying on both Sides of Mine Creek Containing two thousand acres More or Less.
Item To Philip RAEFORD I Give and Bequeath for Services he has done for me one hundred fifty acres of Land More or less Lying Between Perkenses [Perkins?] Road and a White oak Corner on a branch and binding on Wm. DANIEL Junr. and Henry HERREN And Sd. RAFORD.
Item To Bryan MARSH for his Wife's part of Land I Relinquish My Claim for Money Lent him Which is one note of hand for two hundred and fifty dollars, also Sixty dollars by order to Presley BLAND.
Item My Request is that all My Personal Property Including household & kitchen furniture of Every kind also my Last Plantation tools of Every Kind also My Last years Crop of cotton to be appraised with the other movable property and equally Divided after deducting? one third for their Mother amongst my Children John DANIEL, Elizabeth RAFORD, Jesse DANIEL, James DANIEL, Martha MARSH, Mary DANIEL, Catherine DANIEL, William DANIEL, and Stephen DANIEL also my Will and Desire is that all Movable Property that I have heretofore given to My Children be brought forward and Appraised with the Rest of My Estate and be Equally Divided among My heirs.
Item My Desire is that My Wife Educate My Two Sons William and Stephen DANIEL out of her Thirds also for my Money to be Equally Divided among my heirs as the other Property. My will is that my Negroes are to Continue on the premises until the Expiration of the year & for the Executors to Sell Such of the Stock as they think Proper they can Make Sale of to the best advantage for the benefit of the Heirs.
Lastly I Constitute and appoint Philip RADFORD, My Son Jesse DANIEL and My Son James DANIEL Executors of this Will and Testament.
In Witness Whereof I have Set my hand and Seal this 11th Day of March one thousand Eight hundred & seven & of the independence of the United States the thirty first.
Signed Sealed and Delivered William DANIEL
in presence of us
Mumford PERRYMAN
John PERMENTER
Salley MOBLEY
Proved by the oath of John PERMENTER this 6 May 1807 & at the same time qualified Philip RAFORD, Jesse & James DANIEL as executors & recorded the 11 May 1807. Jn TIMKINS, OED." [The typescript of this Will may be viewed at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=300678]

COMPILER'S NOTE (by Payne Daniel): In his book, "Daniel Families of the Southern States", Vol. 2, p. 16, Charles Brunk Heinemann relates that William married the former Lucretia Bell and that these folks were likely from Eastern Isle of Wight, Virginia. Also, a "Family Group Record - 227" of unspecified origin, states that William was born 1732, in Tyrrell Co., N. C., and married Lucretia Bell in S. C. This is an incorrect assumption because the William who married Lucretia was born in Centerville, Fairfax County, Va., in 1747. It appears that William Daniel the son of Thomas Daniel and Elizabeth Lanier of Tyrrell County, N. C., was mixed up with William Daniel who later settled in Edgefield District, S. C., and as noted, his wife was the former Lucretia Bell. We should also put to rest any connection of William Daniel of Edgefield, S. C., with John Osborn(e) Daniel of Prince Georges Co., Va., as a son number 4. In the "Franklin/Madison Co., Georgia Connections" William Daniel, b. 1740-1760, is assigned to John Osborn Daniel, formerly of Prince Georges Co., Va., but there are no statistics given for this assignment. It is quite clear from the facts enumerated above that William Daniel of Edgefield, S. C., was the son of John "O'DANIEL" of Fairfax County, Virginia. 2733


General Notes: Child - John O'DANIEL

John O'DANIEL (Jr.) of Fairfax County, Virginia, son of John (Sr.) and Elizabeth MOXLEY, is named in the Last Will and Testament of his father, John O'DANIEL of Fairfax County, Virginia who had married twice. John (Jr.) had two children, James O'DANIEL and Mary BRAKELY [sic, BLAKENEY], also named in their grandfather's will. In Tyler's Quarterly, Fairfax Harrison writes that "deceased son John, who, like the two youngest daughters then under age, was apparently a child of the second marriage." Working the math backwards from John (Jr.)'s daughter Mary, born in 1778 and married to Abel BLAKENEY in 1795, John had to be a son by Elizaberth MOXLEY. John was of age before 1778 and likely born before 1758. His parents were married in 1740. Elizabeth MOXLEY died circa 1765. Anne "Nancy" McINTOSH became John's stepmother after 1769.

John O'DANIEL married Anne CLARKE, daughter of Rosannah CLARKE of Fairfax County, Virginia before 1778 when their daughter Mary was born. Their son James was born in 1779. [Spencer Hunt, Blakeney Family Files]

There is discussion without resolution or proof as to what happened to John O'Daniel, Jr. The possibilities include his having died in the Revolutionary War while serving in the Virginia Navy, and/or his having left Virginia for South Carolina to join his uncles James and William and a brother William.

A review of the timeline from Spencer Hunt, 9 March 2009:
"As we know, in the fall of 1779, a John O'Daniel was on the Ship Tempest. Also on the Tempest were Wm. Roberts, John Wilson, John Elliott, and William George who are later listed as war patriots from Loudoun. The rolls also include Hugh Brent and Jno. Cockrille These names are familiar although I am not sure what county they were from. Unfortunately, these names are rather common ones and there could have been numerous people by those names serving from VA .
Then, presumably the same John O'Daniel is on the rolls of Brig. Jefferson. from 20 Dec 1779 to 20 May 1780. I cannot find any other listing for him on the Jefferson or any other ship after that date. Hugh Brent is also on the Jefferson during that period. However, I cannot find rolls of these ships after that time yet I know they continued.
In 1780, the Jefferson skirmished with British privateers who had blocked off the Chesapeake. In August, several ships including the Jefferson captured five privateer boats off of Tangier Island. And, the VA Navy worked in conjunction with ships from Baltimore at about this time to clear out the Bay of the British unwanted.
What does this mean for John O'Daniel? If he died in the war, mid to late 1780 would be the likely time period and that would fit with Anne marrying Abs. Wroe in 1781. However, there is no confirmation of death.
I suspect strongly that this is John O'Daniel Jr. No other family that I am aware of is claiming him. What happened to him or where he went afterward is still the question. James Daniel was likely born when his father was away or after he died.
Spencer"
""And, if this was the case for John, there would be no Rev War pension application. Those came out about 1833, and his widow had remarried and died, so no one was eligible for a pension." [Susan Howe]

John's son James was probably named for his uncle who had moved to South Carolina. John's brother, William, went to South Carolina to join his uncle James O'DANIEL about 1770. Did John also follow or accompany his brother, William? On 6 November 1770, a John O'DANIEL was granted land on White Oak Creek in South Carolina adjacent William O'DANIEL, believed to be his uncle. On 9 October 1771, William O'DANIEL was granted land on Indian Creek off the Saluda River, not far from Uncle James.

John O'DANIEL, Sr. & Jr., are listed among titheables in 1778 and 1779 in Cameron Parish, Loudoun, Virginia.
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 same slaves, Tom and Esther, are named with John, Sr. in 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.
Had John died before 1780? Or, had he moved to South Carolina and Anne remained in Virginia? See South Carolina notes below.

A John O'DANIEL is named as a seaman, "Navy in Virginians in the Revolution." On December 7, 1779, he was on the roster of the ship "Tempest", and on December 20, 1779 on the roster of the Brig "Jefferson." It is likely that John (Jr.), about 20, is the man, or one of the men, named on these rosters.
"April 27 [1779], the British met with firm resistance on the part of the Virginia navy on the James River; the most important of these vessels were the ships Tempest and Renown of sixteen guns each and the fourteen-gun brigantine Jefferson. This force, however, the invaders finally overcame, capturing a number of vessels that the Americans had not time to destroy. This nearly put an end to the Virginia navy." [A naval history of the American Revolution by Gardner Weld Allen, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1913, page 570.]
"In 1780 during the Revolutionary War, an armed vessel, in James River below Richmond. The ship was captured by the British, then under the command of Arnolds & Phillips. (information taken from a Rev. War Pension Application) Men under the command of Capt. Charles LITTLE, were marched to Richmond, Va, where they were put under command of Ensign James DENEAL* and sent on board the ship Tempest. The men were engaged in a battle while on board and were taken prisoners." (Unsourced, by Penny at http://74.125.47.132/search?q=cache:NOQiC5ZPSfcJ:www.thefiringline.com/forums/showthread.php%3Fp%3D362167+Brigantine+Jefferson+Revolutionary+war+-Thomas&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=6&gl=us)
[*Believed to be of the James O'DENEALE family of Fairfax County, Virginia. RLD]
The name John DANIEL appears three times on the List Of 8000 Men Who Were Prisoners On Board The Old Jersey, a British prison ship. The list was compiled by "The Society Of Old Brooklynites" in 1888.
Our John [O']DANIEL may have been one of these three.
[Note: One researcher indicates this may have been John (Sr.), and that this service is the reason for the land grants given him in Kentucky. John's father would have been 61 years old at that time and most likely not a "deck hand" on a brigantine. Land records prove that John (Sr.) purchased the land warrants to the 2701 acres he received in Fayette County, Kentucky. They were not Revoluntionary War grants.]

John's wife, Anne Clarke O'DANIEL remarried to Absalom WROE [also ROE] before 1784, the year their son Samuel was born. [Spencer Hunt, Blakeney Family Files]

In the 1798 Will of his father, John O'DANIEL (Jr.) is mentioned as the father of John (Sr.)'s grandchildren James O'DANIEL and Mary BRAKELY [sic, later found as BLAKENEY/BLAKESLE]. The fact that John received no bequeath of his own indicates that he had likely died before 1798 and probably before 1780 while serving in the Virginia Navy.

SOUTH CAROLINA NOTES:

A John O'DANIEL, b. Abt 1750, died in Kershaw County, South Carolina in 1796. He may be the missing son of John O'DANIEL [Sr.] of Fairfax, VA.

In 1770, a John O'DANIEL [Jr.?] received a Royal grant for 100 Acres on White Oak Creek in Craven (later Kershaw) County. The plat is interesting in that a good sized portion of William's land extending into John's makes it look a bit like a "U." The plat can be seen at http://www.archivesindex.sc.gov/onlinearchives/Thumbnails.aspx?recordId=109512.

This land was first surveyed for John O'DANIEL on 6 Nov 1770. In the Royal Charter, the surveyor signed it 29 Nov 1770 and the actual Charter was dated 15 March 1771. This document links the names William O'DANIEL and John O'DANIEL, an uncle and his nephew? John's memorial was dated 23 May 1771, and signed by Reason (R) NEILSEN. John BREMAR's name appears on a number of records with James DANIEL(DANIELL) of Fairfield County, brother to William and by extension, an uncle to this John O'DANIEL. "John GUDDEN" is likely the "John GOODWIN" listed in the 1788 record below.

SC Archives: Series Number: S213184 Volume: 0016 Page: 00551 Item: 01 Date: 1770/11/06 Description: ODANIEL, John, Plat for 100 Acres on White Oak Creek. Names Indexed: BREMAR, John/ODANIEL, John/GUDDIN (GLADDIN?), John/MUCKLEWRATH, Michael/ODANIEL, William/BELTON, John/Locations: White Oak Creek/Craven County.

SC Archives: Series Number: S213019 Volume: 0023 Page: 00275 Item: 00 Date: 1771/03/15 Description: ODANIEL, John, Land Grant for 100 Acres in Craven County. Names Indexed: ODANIEL, John.

SC Archives: Series Number: S111001 Volume: 0010 Page: 00445 Item: 05 Date: 1771/05/23 Description: ODANIEL, John, Memorial for 100 Acres on White Oak Creek, Craven County. Names Indexed: ODANIEL, John/GUDDEN, John/MUCKLWRATH, Michael/ODANIEL, William.

1778 - This John (O')DANIEL? - SC Archives: S363001 Volume: 04Z0 Page: 00032 Item: 00 Date: 1778 Description: DANIEL, John and Wife to John Adam MINICK, Lease and Release. Names Indexed: DANIEL, John/MINICK, John Adam/Locations: (Not given). Was this MYRICK, another surname found on other family records? This may be indicative of his and wife's return to Fairfax County, Virginia in 1778 for service in the Virginia navy?

On 23 April 1788, ten years later, John added another 41 acres to his 100 acres on the west side bounded by Henry DURGWORTH and John GOODWIN.
1788/04/23 SC Archives: S213190 Volume: 0022 Page: 00247 Item: 02 Description: ODANIEL, John, Plat for 41 Acres on Waters of White Oak Creek, Camden District, Surveyed by James BREDIN. Names Indexed: ODANIEL, John/BREDIN, James/GOODWIN, John/DUNGWORTH, Henry/Locations: Camden District/White Oak Creek/Wateree River.
The same year, John O'DANIEL sold his 141 acres to William O'DANIEL.

In January 1797 William O'DANIEL [Jr.], applied for letters of administration on John O'DANIEL's estate and signed a bond for 500 lb. sterling with Robert & William DUNLAP as securities. Assuming the family relationship from Fairfax County, Virgina, William was John's cousin.

John' estate was appraised by Benjamin SCOTT, Daniel KIRKLIN, and Zachariah WESTEN. William [Jr.] apparently bought it all, and returned an estate account in 1802, showing he had paid John ADAMS expenditures from 1797 to 1802 for the care of "Nancy , the Deceased's daughter, - 7 years..." In William O'DANIEL's Bond in the estate records for John O'DANIEL, William signed his name William DANIELL. There are two other accounts for the estate, in one he is William O'DANIEL, and in the other William DANIEL. In the final record for the Accounts against the Estate of John O'DANIEL, dated 26 Feb., 1802, given by William O'DANIEL, money paid for maintenance for one child is given, then money to schooling paid John ADDEMS, the raising of three colts amount, then total. It appears that William was responsible for the maintenance of the child and raising the colt, and John ADDEMS (ADAMS) did the schooling. Question: Since John O'DANIEL's children, James and Mary, were mentioned in their grandfather's will, why wasn't "Nancy"? Was John "out of favor" with his father? Had he a second Family? Or is John of Kershaw County, South Carolina not the son of John O'DANIEL of Fairfax?

This John O'DANIEL is still under research concerning his assignment as a child of John and Elizabeth Moxley O'DANIEL of Fairfax County, Virginia. Reasons to believe he is the son of John include: his demise before 1798, date of John of Fairfax's LW&T; his close association with William O'DANIEL of Kershaw, believed to be his uncle, their proximity to James DANIELL of Fairfield County, South Carolina, his other uncle, and the presence of John's brother William who also migrated to South Carolina about 1770. (Revised: 1/26/2009. RLD)


General Notes: Child - Mary O'DANIEL

Mary O'DANIEL, daughter of John O'DANIEL and Elizabeth MOXLEY. Mary was willed 200 acres of land in Clark County, Kentucky, by her father. "Item. I give and bequeath to Mary TALBERT two Hundred Acres of land part of a Greater Track in the state of Kentucky to her & her Heirs forever." She and Samuel TALBOT moved to Kentucky and established a plantation which they called "Locust Grove." She may have been called "Polly".

Mary's sister Elizabeth, also received 200 acres of land from the same tract in Kentucky. She was named as Elizabeth TALBERT, in her father's will, however, Kentucky land records show her husband as Isaac HALBERT, indicating a clerical error in the recorded will of John O'DANIEL. The U.S. Geological Survey-Charters Quadrangle-Lewis.Corky, Edition of 1950 lists "Elizabeth O'DANIEL, 1761-1847, and her husband, Issac HALBERT, 1750-1825.", buried in Valley Cemetery off Salt Lick Creek, below Redden Branch and above Clary Branch, a little north of a settlement called "Charters".

Samuel TALBERT, Sr. and Mary Magdalene DeMOUVELL were the parents of Samuel TALBOTT, Jr. who married Mary O'DANIEL. Mary Magdalene DeMovell TALBERT'S will, written in 1791, is recorded in Fairfax County, Virginia, where she died. (husband Samuel died in Revolution 1777) She mentions her son Samuel, who is still in Fairfax at the writing, but later removed to Kentucky. It also mentions a son Demovell TALBERT who left Fairfax also removing Kentucky (Bourbon County and Clark County). She mentions another Son Rodham TALBERT - but I have nothing on him at all - wife? etc?. He served in Revolution and died supposedly in Shelby County, Ohio, but wonder if this might not be Shelby County, Kentucky?

Demovell TALBOTT married twice as I found (1) Leanna TALBOTT, his cousin, her mother Leanna MASON, child of French MASON. Leanna TALBOTT may have died in Fairfax before Demovell TALBOTT moved to Kentucky. His second wife was Margaret "Peggy" WILLIAMS, daughter of William. They went to Kentucky after marrying. (AnneRupert@aol.com)


General Notes: Child - Frances O'DANIEL

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

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

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

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

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


General Notes: Child - Margaret O'DANIEL

Margaret O'DANIEL was a daughter of John O'DANIEL and Elizabeth MOXLEY of Fairfax County, Virginia. Her family dropped the O', becoming DANIEL during the mid to late 1700s. Her father is often found as John DANIEL in Fairfax County records. Margaret's birth date is thought to be about 1762.

Margaret married _____ TURNER before 1780. They had a son, William. William's father died before 1788 when the widow Margaret Daniel Turner married second James Nelson in Fairfield District, South Carolina, per an 1845 deposition by their son Jesse Nelson to a Fairfield County court. Margaret was James' second wife. He was first married to Margaret Woodward, daughter of Thomas Woodward, The Regulator, and Jemima Collins.

In 1798, Margaret's father wrote his last will & testament using the O'DANIEL surname for himself and his sons. In his will, John wrote, "I give and bequeath to my daughter Margaret NELSON Negro Beck and her increase to her and her Heirs forever." He died in 1799. The estate wasn't settled until 1807, the last known use of our O'Daniel in Virginia.

In the 1800 census of Fairfield District, James Nelson's wife is marked as age 26-45, born between 1756 and 1774. In the 1830 census of Fairfield District, South Carolina, James' wife was marked as a female age 60-70, born between 1760 and 1770.

That Margaret was a daughter of John Daniel of Fairfax County, had first married a Turner, had a son, William Turner, in Fairfax County, and in 1800 was the wife of James Nelson of Fairfield County, South Carolina is proven by this record:
"James and Margaret Nelson of State of South Carolina, District of Fairfield, power of attorney to our dutiful son William Turner of State of Virginia & County of Fairfax, Carpenter, to ask for and demand of John Daniel of the State of Virginia and County of Fairfax the sum of money left by the said John Daniel as a Legacy to the said Margaret Nelson (late Margaret Daniel) or other goods & chattles or ____ to ___ __ ___ to the share of her the said Margaret Nelson of the estate of her father the said John Daniel deceased...3 July 1800.
Jas Nelson (N) (LS), Marg. Nelson (X), Wit: Wm. Robertson, Senior; William Robertson Jur." [Fairfield County Deed Book N, Pages 54-55 (SC Archives Microfilm C301). As shared by JoAnn "Jodi" Cooper Killen]
[NOTE: The Robertson witnessess were also from Fairfax County, Virginia.]

Margaret's son, William Turner, is believed to be the subject of this newspaper advertisement in the Alexandria Times, November 25, 1800:
"Six Pence Reward. RAN away on the 15th inftant, an apprentice lad named WILLIAM TURNER. He is 20 years and 7 months old, is about 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high; had on a light coloured cloth coatee, caffimer waiftcoat and narkeen[?] pantaloons. Whoever delivers the faid apprentice to me, fhall receive the above reward and no charges. Abel Blakeney. Nov. 24."
William ran away about 5 months after the power of attorney to "our dutiful son William Turner", carpenter, by James Nelson and Margaret Daniel Turner Nelson. William Turner, age 20 yrs, 6 mos. was born then about April 1780 and was apprenticed within the extended O'Daniel family. Abel Blakeney's second wife was Mary O'Daniel, niece of Margaret Daniel Nelson, granddaughter of John O'Daniel, Sr, daughter of John O'Daniel, Jr., who died before 1798. Offering only a six pence reward, Abel may not have been concerned about having William returned. Perhaps he knew where William went and was fulfilling his responsibility for William by publishing notice and a reward.

Margaret and James Nelson lived on a plantation on Mill Creek, Fairfield District, South Carolina, about four miles from Winnsborough. He was living there when called into service during the Revolutionary War and was living there in 1832 when he made depostion of his service. James died May 28, 1835.

Margaret had nine children by James Nelson: Jesse, Mary, Catherine, Harriet, Thomas, John, Daniel, and James. She was step-mother of Samuel Nelson, James' son by his first wife, Margaret Woodward.

In James' Will, he devised "to my beloved wife Margaret Nelson the plantation or tract of land on which I reside Supposed to Contain four hundred acres, more or less, exceptiong thereout a Mill Seat and fifteen Acres above the place where he Shall erect the dam to be measured therefrom up the Creek on each side thereof for my son Jesse his heirs and assigns forever- The devise of the Said tract to my said Wife to be for and during the term of her natural life and at her death Idevise the Same Subject to the above exception to my Son Daniel his heirs. and assigns forever. I bequeath to my said Wife for and during the term of her Natural life four feather beds, bedsteads & furniture all my household and kitchen furniture of every kind and description Also all my slaves to wit Abram, Peter, Sarah, Sam, Adam, Jack, Jim, Phoebe and her two female children Serena and Caroline, and five of the best Cows and Calves all the Stock of hogs and sheep, horses & mules, my wagon, cart, gears, and all the plantation tools and implments of husbandry; my Said Wife to have the entire disposal of Crops and the proceeds of Same. I direct however that My Son Jesse shall have the management of the planting interest during her life, and be allowed to retain or receive a liberal compensation for his Services. If a crop Should be Commenced at the time of my decease the Same shall be Considered as included in the above devise of land to my Wife."

On 28 March 1846, in Fairfield District, South Carolina, James and Margaret Nelson's son, Jesse Nelson, age 55, declared in open court deposition that James Nelson married Margaret Turner in 1788 and were husband and wife until James died on 28 May 1835 and that his widow Margaret did not remarry and died 23 or 24 July 1845.


General Notes: Child - Elizabeth O'DANIEL

Elizabeth O'DANIEL, daughter of John O'DANIEL and Elizabeth MOXLEY, was born 8 April 1761. She married Isaac HALBERT in 1777 in Fairfax County, Virginia. Her family is found first in the Virginia State Census, Fairfax, 1782: Isaac HALBERT - 5 whites, 2 blacks.

She and Isaac moved to Kentucky in Spring of 1785.

In his will, John O'DANIEL left his daughter, Elizabeth TALBERT, 200 acres of land in Fayette County, Kentucky. Kentucky land records show the last name was "HALBERT". Elizabeth's sister, Mary, married Samuel TALBOTT, Jr. but was named as Mary TALBERT in her father's will. The use of "TALBERT" for both daughters' names in John's will must have been a scribe's error in writing or recording the will because of similar sounding names.

1840 U.S. Census, Kentucky, Lewis County, No Twp Listed; Series: M704 Roll: 117 Page: 60:
Israel THOMAS 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 || 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1[a female 70-80, likely Israel's mother-in-law, Elizabeth O'Daniel HALBERT, age 79. Israel married Elizabeth's daughter Catherine HALBERT. RLD]

The U.S. Geological Survey-Charters Quadrangle-Lewis.Corky, Edition of 1950 lists "Elizabeth O'DANIEL, 1761-1847, and her husband, Isaac HALBERT, 1750-1825." They are buried in Valley Cemetery off Salt Lick Creek, below Redden Branch and above Clary Branch, a little north a settlement called Charters. Also in the cemetery are Stephen HALBERT, 1753-1849, and wife, Mary COTTINGHAM, 1757-1829; Israel THOMAS, 1778-1855, and wife, Catherine HALBERT, 1787-1855.


General Notes: Child - Stephen O'DANIEL

Stephen O'DANIEL is a son of John O'DANIEL and Martha MOXLEY. He is named as O'DANIEL in the 1798 will of his father. (Fx. C: 423); however, Stephen had shed his Celtic O'. Most records, including his will, show him as Stephen DANIEL. The 1826 obituary for his wife, Ann W., lists them as DANIELL. The 1840 census enumerates Stephen as 70-80 years old, born between 1760 and 1770. The 1850 census shows his age as 85, born about 1765.

About 1780, Stephen married Ann "Nancy" Wise RATCLIFFE, daughter of Richard RATCLIFFE and Louisiana "Locian" BOWLING.

Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, Vol. 3, 1775-1800, p. 148 records Stephen obtaining 19 acres, apparently from his father. V-550: T.W. 131: 1 May 1790 Stephen O'DANIEL asne. of John ODANIEL 19 A. (8 Jan 1791) in Fairfax Co. adj. O'DANIEL's Br., William ODANIEL now John ODANIEL, Accotink Run. 15 June 1792."

From John O'DANIEL's Will dated 19 January 1798, " I give and bequeath to my son Stephen ODANIEL Negro James Cris and her two youngest Children to him and his Heirs forever."

Stephen O'DANIEL was listed five times as a buyer at his father's estate sale, three of those times as "Stephen DANIEL."

According to Fairfax Court records, Aug 19, 1799, p. 1628, Stephen DANIEL was to be commissioned a Lieutenant in the Virginia militia.

On 12th of February 1800, Stephen sold his 19 acre tract to Richard RATCLIFFE, his father-in-law, for eighty-five dollars and 50 cents "Current money." Apparently Stephen was allowed to continue living on this land, because in 1854, at the age of 94, "Stephen died at his home, called Airhill, near Centreville, Fairfax County, Virginia"; this being the 19 acre plot Stephen received in 1790 adjoining the land bequeathed to his father's widow, Nancy O'DANIEL.

1810 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, No Twp; Series: M252 Roll: 68 Page: 371:
DANIEL Stephen 2[under 10, Richard Jonathan & William Stephen] . . . 1[45 and over, Stephen] ||2[under 10, Julia Ann & Jane Pearson] . . 1[26-45, Ann] . || . 28[Slaves].

1820 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County; Series: M33 Roll: 137 Page: 69:
Stephen DANIEL 1 1 0 1 0 1 ||0 2 0 1 0
Reads: 1 male under 10 (Robert); 1 male 10-16 (William); 1 male 16-26 (Richard); 1 male 45 and over (Stephen)|| 2 females 10-16 (Julia and Jane); 1 female 26-45 (Ann).

Extracts from The Daily National Intelligencer, Saturday, November 12, 1825, Number 3997, posted at http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Flats/4759/intelligencer.html contains this entry: "An Excellent Farm for Sale. This farm lies in Fairfax County, consisting of 4 or 500 acres, called Mount Rocky, adjoining the land of Mr. John LLOYD, Mr. Stephen DANIEL, Mr. Charles C. STUART, and others; it is well timbered and watered, of excellent quality, and very healthy, and a very good neighborhood, &c. This Farm has a tolerable good Dwelling House, with other necessary improvements on it."

1840 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfacx County, No Twp; Series: M704 Roll: 558 Page: 145: Stephen DANIEL
1M 5-10, 1M 20-30, 1M 70-80 (Stephen) || 1F 5-10, 1F 20-30.
The male 20-30 may be Stephen's son, Robert, with an as yet unknown wife and children?
Stephen's son, Richard J. DANIEL, and family are enumerated on the same page.

1850 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, 7 September 1850; M432 Roll: 942 Page: 137: 446 446 Stephen DANIEL 85 M W Farmer 23968 VA; Lucy 47 F W VA; Nancy 9 F W VA; Charles W. RATCLIFFE 21 M W Farmer TN; Robert DANIEL 38 M W None VA Idiotic.
Next door is Stephen's daughter Jane Pearson and husband:
447 447 James P. ALLISON 35 M Farmer 820 VA; Jane P. ALLISON 40 F VA; Julia RATCLIFFE 19 F VA.
notice:
On the 8th instant, at his residence near Centreville, Fairfax County, Va., Stephen Daniel, at an advanced age. [The Alexandria Gazette, Alexandria, Virginia, Saturday, February 18, 1854, Page 2]

Stephen's will is dated March 13, 1849 and was proved March 20, 1854 (Fairfax Liber X, 183). From his will and the detailed land records book, BEGINNING AT A WHITE OAK, by Beth Mitchell, it appears that he had acquired a number of Fairfax plantations aggregating several thousand acres. He names grandchildren Richard Nelson DANIEL, John Hooe DANIEL, and Nancy Wise DANIEL, children of his deceased son Richard John DANIEL; his daughter Jane Pearson ALLISON, and her husband James Gordon ALLISON; grandson Stephen Daniel FOOTE, only surviving child of late daughter Julia Ann JACKSON; grand-daughters Mary Elizabeth, Anne Catherine and Frances Eugenia, children of late son William S. (Steven) DANIEL, and son Robert Ratcliffe DANIEL". Pages 582 - 586, GENEALOGIES OF VIRGINIA FAMILIES, VOL. IV (W -Y and Appendix)

The Last Will and Testament of Stephen DANIEL, below, was transcribed from a photocopy of Fairfax County, Virginia, Will Book X1, page 180. There are no editorial comments within the will. Stephen used parenthetical comments in his will, e.g., ("Called Airhill"). While this example looks odd, it is as written. The transcriber used parentheses containing question marks when words or letters were not distinguishable:
In the Name of God. Amen. I Stephen DANIEL of the County of Fairfax and State of Virginia, being weak in body, but of sound and perfect mind and memory do make and publish this as my last will and testament, in manner and form following, (that is to say) I give and bequeath unto my grand sons Richard NELSON and John Hooe DANIEL and my grand daughter Nancy Wise DANIEL, the children of my son the late Richard J. DANIEL that certain tract of land, lying on Elk Lick and adjoining the lands of Andrew HUTCHISON and others, being the same on which the said Richard J. DANIEL resided at the time of his death, to be equally divided amongst the three said grandchildren. I further give and bequeath unto the said three grandchildren one half of my servants not otherwise disposed of in this my last will and testament to them and their heirs forever.
I give and bequeath unto my daughter Jane P. ALLISON all that part of the farm on which I now reside ("Called Airhill") lying north of the old mountain road between Flat Lick and Rocky Run and to her heirs forever. I further give and bequeath unto my said daughter Jane P. ALLISON and to her heirs forever one half of all my servants not otherwise disposed of in this my last will and testament. I further give and bequeath to my said daughter Jane P. ALLISON my single horse pleasure carriage.
I give and bequeath unto James Gordon ALLISON in trust for my grandson Stephen Daniel FOOTE, the only surviving child of my late daughter Julia Ann JACKSON, and his heirs forever all that certain tract of land called Wood Lawn adjoining the lands of SALISBURY (??) being the same land purchased by me of William H. FOOTE of Alexandria.
I further give and bequeath unto the said James Gordon ALLISON in trust for my said grandson Stephen Daniel FOOTE and his heirs forever my negro man Charles BETTS and my servant woman Lucy with her children Laura with all their future increase.
I give and bequeath unto my three grand children Mary Elizabeth, Ann Catherine and Frances Eugenia the children of my son the late William S. DANIEL all my land not otherwise disposed of by this my last will, lying on the south side of the old mountain road embracing the lands I purchased of Thomas NEAL's heirs, James A. SPINDLE and others, and adjoining the lands of Jas. A SPINDLE and others, to them and their heirs forever.
I further give and bequeath to my three said grand daughters, the children of my said son William S. DANIEL, and to their heirs forever, my negro man Celestian(?) BETTS, my servants women Sarah (daughter of Servant Rose) Leah(?), daughter of servant Aymee) and Maria together with all their increase.
I give and bequeath unto James Gordon ALLISON in trust, for my son Robert Ratcliffe DANIEL, all that tract of land called Turner's Place, lying on Piney Branch, and adjoining the lands of John SHAID, John BARNES & others, containing three hundred and twenty eight acres, be the same more or less to him and his heirs forever.
I further give and bequeath unto James Gordon ALLISON, in trust for my said son Robert Ratcliff DANIEL & his heirs forever, my servants woman Jimima and Aymee and Mary Jane the child of Aymee, together with all their future increase.
I further will and direct that all my remaining estate of any description whatever, including a certain house and lot in the town of Centreville (at present occupied by William FORSYTHE) shall be sold and the moneys arising from such sale, after the payment of all my just debts, shall be equally divided amongst my heirs.
I further give and bequeath unto my aforesaid daughter Jane P. ALLISON, my three old servants Michael BETTS, Patty HARRIS and Letty COX, and hereby will and direct that they shall be supported out of that portion of my estate, given in this my last will and testament to my said daughter Jane P. ALLISON.
I further will and direct that my Servant man (E.?) HARRIS, shall (on account of his faithful services and good behavior) be free, and that my Executors shall pay to him the sum of one hundred dollars out of my estate not otherwise herein disposed of.
I hereby appoint James Gordon ALLISON and Richard Nelson DANIEL, Executors of this my last will and testament, and hereby revoke all former wills by me made. In witness whereof, I hereunto set my hand and seal this 15th day of March, in the year 1849.
Signed, Sealed, published and declared by the above named Stephen DANIEL to be his last will and testament, in presence of us, who have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses in the presence of the testator A. S. GRIGSBY Jas.(?) A. EVANS B. F. ROSE


General Notes: Child - Catherine O'DANIEL

In his will, John O'Daniel left his daughter, Catherine Hurst, 200 acres in Fayette County, Kentucky.

Catherine O'Daniel HURST is buried in the Hurst Cemetery In the Field, Jefferson County, West Virginia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 46464607:

SACRED
to the memory of
CATHERINE HURST
who departed this life
on the 25th day of April 1825 possessed
of all the virtues that could adorn
the wife mother mistress and neighbor.
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Unknown REAGAN and Hannah MOXLEY




Husband Unknown REAGAN

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Wife Hannah MOXLEY

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       Father: William MOXLEY (Abt 1702-1752) 105
       Mother: JANE (Cir 1705-      )




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James MOXLEY




Husband James MOXLEY

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       Father: Thomas MOXLEY (Abt 1700-Bef 1750) 105
       Mother: Ann (Abt 1704-After 1757) 106,107,108





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William WINSOR and Jemima MOXLEY




Husband William WINSOR

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       Father: Christopher WINSOR (      -      )
       Mother: Sara (      -      )


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Wife Jemima MOXLEY

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       Father: Thomas MOXLEY (Abt 1700-Bef 1750) 105
       Mother: Ann (Abt 1704-After 1757) 106,107,108




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John MOXLEY




Husband John MOXLEY

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       Father: Thomas MOXLEY (Abt 1700-Bef 1750) 105
       Mother: Ann (Abt 1704-After 1757) 106,107,108





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Joseph MOXLEY




Husband Joseph MOXLEY

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       Father: Thomas MOXLEY (Abt 1700-Bef 1750) 105
       Mother: Ann (Abt 1704-After 1757) 106,107,108





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Mary Ann MOXLEY




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       Father: Thomas MOXLEY (Abt 1700-Bef 1750) 105
       Mother: Ann (Abt 1704-After 1757) 106,107,108




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William T. VOIERS and Nancy MOXLEY




Husband William T. VOIERS

         Born: 1797 - Kentucky
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Wife Nancy MOXLEY

         Born: 1812 - Virginia
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1 M B. H. VOIERS

         Born: 3 Apr 1843
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       Spouse: Nannie G. TANDY (Cir 1845-      )



General Notes: Husband - William T. VOIERS

Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 6th ed., 1887, Trimble Co. B. H. VOIERS was born in Henry County, Ky., April 3, 1843, the eleventh of fourteen children born to William T. and Nancy (Moxley) VOIERS, natives of Kentucky and Virginia. William T. was born in 1797, was by trade a shoemaker, but kept a hotel in New Castle, Ky., and died in 1865. His wife was born in 1812, and died in 1880.


General Notes: Child - B. H. VOIERS

Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 6th ed., 1887, Trimble Co.
"B. H. VOIERS was born in Henry County, Ky., April 3, 1843, the eleventh of fourteen children born to William T. and Nancy (Moxley) VOIERS, natives of Kentucky and Virginia. William T. was born in 1797, was by trade a shoemaker, but kept a hotel in New Castle, Ky., and died in 1865. His wife was born in 1812, and died in 1880. Our subject was reared in Henry and Trimble Counties, having moved with his parents to the latter county when quite young. He first engaged in farming, which occupation he followed until 1873. He then entered mercantile business, in which he is at present engaged, and has been very successful. With the exception of a small sum of money received from his father's estate he began life a poor boy. He married Miss Nannie G. Tandy, daughter of Daniel and Sarah (Gant) Tandy. Three children have been born to their union: Carrie M., Sada L. and Cora Lee. Mr. VOIERS and family are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church South. Politically he is a Prohibitionist. He owns 100 acres of land, and a house, lot and store near Bedford. Mr. VOIERS was unanimously nominated by the Prohibition convention, April 23, 1887, to represent Trimble and Oldham Counties in the Legislature, it being the first convention of the kind ever held in Trimble Co."

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Nathaniel MOXLEY




Husband Nathaniel MOXLEY

         Born: Bef 1735
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       Father: William MOXLEY (Abt 1702-1752) 105
       Mother: JANE (Cir 1705-      )





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Samuel MOXLEY




Husband Samuel MOXLEY

         Born: Bef 1733
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       Father: William MOXLEY (Abt 1702-1752) 105
       Mother: JANE (Cir 1705-      )





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Thomas MOXLEY




Husband Thomas MOXLEY

         Born: Cir 1730
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       Father: Thomas MOXLEY (Abt 1700-Bef 1750) 105
       Mother: Ann (Abt 1704-After 1757) 106,107,108





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Thomas MOXLEY




Husband Thomas MOXLEY

         Born: Bef 1734
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       Father: William MOXLEY (Abt 1702-1752) 105
       Mother: JANE (Cir 1705-      )





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William MOXLEY




Husband William MOXLEY

         Born: Bef 1731
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       Father: William MOXLEY (Abt 1702-1752) 105
       Mother: JANE (Cir 1705-      )





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William MOXLEY




Husband William MOXLEY

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1 F Rachel MOXLEY

         Born: Abt 1826
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       Spouse: Capt. Alexander Chestnut FLANDERS, CSA (1828-1919) 2866
         Marr: 7 Apr 1850



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William MOXLEY and Ann QUIGLEY




Husband William MOXLEY

         Born: Abt 1670 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
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     Marriage: Bef 1690



Wife Ann QUIGLEY

         Born: Abt 1675 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
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1 M William MOXLEY 105

         Born: Abt 1702
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       Spouse: JANE (Cir 1705-      )
         Marr: Bef 1733


2 M Thomas MOXLEY 105

         Born: Abt 1700 - Westmoreland County, Virginia
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         Died: Bef 27 Mar 1750 - Fairfax County, Virginia
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       Spouse: Ann (Abt 1704-After 1757) 106,107,108
         Marr: Bef 1721



General Notes: Child - William MOXLEY

In the latter part of he 1600s, the Moxley family was in Westmoreland County, Virginia. Two of them, brothers, William and Thomas, were in Fairfax, Virginia during the time Fairfax county was created from Prince William County in 1744.
"William left a will dated March 3rd and proved November 21, 1752, naming wife, Jane (apparently a second wife, as he mentions also, "daughter-in-law Jane Watkins"), sons William, Daniel, Samuel, Thomas, and Nathaniel (the last three minors committed to the care of Gerard "Boling", and daughters, "Sibbel" Burk, Hannah Reagan, Martha "Boling", Margaret, Anna Rials and Elizabeth Lowe." (Tyler's.)
This unknown William Moxley may be a cousin of William Moxley of Fairfax, Virginia:
"Virginia County Records, New Series, Volume I, 1913: Westmoreland County Wills Book X.
Name: William Moxley 08 May 1744 30 Oct 1744
My son Daniel and his wife Mary ; grandson Richard son of Richard Moxley ; grandson William Payton ; sons Samuel , William and Thomas ; youngest son Daniel exor.
John R. Clarke"
This then would be the unknown William Moxley's son, Daniel:
"Westmoreland County Wills Book XVI.
Name: Daniel Moxley 18 May 1774
Wife Mary ; friend Capt. Thomas Chilton ; Mr. William Chilton ; nephew Richard Moxley, Jr. , son of my brother Richard ; nephew Joseph son of my brother Joseph ; to Daniel son of my nephew Joseph the latter being son of my brother Joseph ; to Daniel son of my nephew Richard Moxley, Jr. ; to Richard son of my nephew Richard ; to nephew William son of my brother John ; to William son of my brother John .
John R. Clarke"


General Notes: Child - Thomas MOXLEY

In the latter part of he 1600s, the MOXLEY family was in Westmoreland County, Virginia. Two of them, brothers, William and Thomas, were in Fairfax, Virginia during the time Fairfax County was created from Prince William County in 1741.

Thomas MOXLEY voted in the Fairfax election in 1744, supporting Captain Lawrence WASHINGTON, as did his neighbors, William BOWLING, James DANIEL, William GUNNELL, William GUNNELL, Jr., and Henry GUNNELL.

Thomas MOXLEY left a will dated January 6, 1748, and proved March 27, 1750 (Fairfax Liber A, 319 394 and 527) "In the name of God Amen I Thomas MOXLEY of Farfax County in the Coleney of Virginey being sick and weakly butt of Parfit minde and memory and Calling to mind the Uncertety of this life and that mankind is borne to die when pleaase God to Call them, doe make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament as Followeth Viz: Imprs. my soul to God who gave it to me and my bodey to the dust to bee buried at discretion of my Ex.s as is hereafter mentioned and after my just debts paid which I Justly doe owe I Give as Followeth V.
Itam I give to my two sons James and John MOXLEY foare Negerows Geney Harry,Winey and Young Harry to be Equely devided between them.
I give to my son Joseph MOXLEY a track of Land Siterted and Lying on Tuskeroro run to him and his heirs Containing and hundred and fifty Acres and one Negerow Girle called Hanah to him and his heirs
I give to my son Thomas MOXLEY one Negerow boy Called Dick and the child that Geney is big with now and a horse now in his posseshon to him and his heirs for ever
Item I give to my well Beloved wife and my two sons James & John MOXLEY three fether beds and furneture to be Equeley Devided amongst the three
I give to my Daughter Elizabeth DANIEL foare pounds Cash
I give to my Daughter Jemimah WINSOR the rent of my Plantation above Goose Creek that is dew now
Item I leave the remainder part of my Estate to be Eaqully devided between my wife and James MOXLEY and Thomas MOXLEY and Mary Ann MOXLEY
I give to my son James MOXLEY my sorrell horse
I give to my brother William MOXLEY one thousand pounds of Tobacco to be paid by my Executors
Lastly I leave to my two sons Thomas and Joseph MOXLEY my whole and sole Execut. of this my Last Will and Testament Revoaking and disannulling all wills heretofore made Whareunto I have set my hand and fixed my seale this Sixth day of January Anno Dom. 1749 Tho. MOXLEY Seal
Sined Seled and Deliv. in the present of us
Francis PORTER Jane MOXLEY John SWILEVEN"
Added in the margin "Item. I give to my well beloved wife my black horse - I give to my son Thomas MOXLEY one fether bed and furniture"

The will was presented to the Fairfax County Court on March 27, 1750 by Thomas MOXLEY and Joseph MOXLEY and proved by the oaths of Jane MOXLEY and John SWILEVEN. The Administration Bond was acknowledged by Thomas MOXLEY, Joseph MOXLEY, Henry GUNNELL and James HAMILTON.
The lands on Tuscarora Run and "above Goose Creek" are now in Loudoun County. Elizabeth DANIEL legacy was paid to John O'DANIEL on settlement of the estate.

24 Jul 1752 Thomas MOXLEY's acc; Pd to JOSEPH CARR & WILLIAM WINDSOR. (William WINSOR m. Jemima MOXLEY) Fairfax Co, Va.

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Controversy over the maiden name of Thomas MOXLEY's wife Ann:
Henry GUNNELL was one of Thomas' Estate Administrators, cited as evidence by some to support the family tradition that Thomas MOXLEY's wife Ann was a sister of Henry GUNNELL. There is a conflicting claim that Thomas' wife was Ann SMITH. "Thomas MOXLEY married by 26 March 1741 Ann SMITH, daughter of John SMITH, Sawyer, (16??-1718). DB#11, p.124; WB#4, p.21 [6 April 1752: Deed from the executors of Thomas Wright BELFIELD, Gentleman, deceased, to William Ford for certain land, reciting same was purchased 26 March 1741 by the said BELFIELD from Thomas MOXLEY who married Ann SMITH, daughter of John SMITH, SAWYER, deceased, per a deed of record in the Secretary's office. Unfortunately the many important documents of record in this repository and in the General Court of Virginia, were destroyed in 1865 when Richmond, Va., was burned. However, hidden references such as this, which give an insight to the documents once of record in these repositories, are frequent in the surviving records of the counties whose records have been preserved. [Marriages of Richmond County by King]"
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George Ward MOYE and Mary Rebecca SPEERS




Husband George Ward MOYE 880

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Wife Mary Rebecca SPEERS 880

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1 F Laura A. MOYE 880

         Born: Abt 1835
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       Spouse: Sem Hayne RUSH, Sr., CSA (1834-1861) 699
         Marr: Bef 1860
       Spouse: John O'NEAL (      -      ) 880
         Marr: After 1861



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Sem Hayne RUSH, Sr., CSA and Laura A. MOYE




Husband Sem Hayne RUSH, Sr., CSA 699

         Born: 30 Nov 1834 880
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         Died: 31 Mar 1861 880
       Buried:  - Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, South Carolina 880


       Father: John William RUSH (1793-1886) 39,815
       Mother: Elizabeth Jane DANIEL (1809-1860) 39,815


     Marriage: Bef 1860



Wife Laura A. MOYE 880

         Born: Abt 1835
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       Father: George Ward MOYE (      -      ) 880
       Mother: Mary Rebecca SPEERS (      -      ) 880



 Other Spouse: John O'NEAL (      -      ) 880 - After 1861


Children
1 M Sem C. RUSH 1206

         Born: Jul 1862 - Barnwell County, South Carolina 1206
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         Died: Bef 15 Apr 1910 4937
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Ella RITTER (1869-      ) 1206
         Marr: Abt 1885



General Notes: Husband - Sem Hayne RUSH, Sr., CSA

In the 1860 census of Springtown, Barnwell County, South Carolina, Simon [sic] H. RUSH, 25, is listed as a "cousin" in the household of J. W. [John William] RUSH and his wife Elizabeth Jane [DANIEL], 57. Compare to below:

Sem Hayne Rush, Sr. Son of John William & Elizabeth Jane Daniels Rush B. November 30, 1834 D. March 31, 1861 Military service: 17th Unfantry Regiment, Evans Tramp Brigade, Co. G. Barnwell, S.C. Wife: Laura A. Moye Dau. of George Ward & Mary Rebecca Speers Moye After the death of her 1st husband, Laura A. Moye Rush married John O'Neal Bur. Sem Hayne is buried in the Springtown Baptist Church Cemetery, Bamberg County, S.C. (http://www.oldplaces.org/bamberg/vitals/sybile3.html)

Alternate date of death: 31 Oct 1861 in the Battle of Shiloh. [The Battle of Shiloh occurred 6-8 April 1861.]

Springtown Baptist Church...This survey was conducted on December 12, 1998 by Lem Lancaster:
"Rush, Sem Hayne 11-30-1834 died in defense of his country 1865" [http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~scbarnwe/CemWeb/springt.htm


General Notes: Child - Sem C. RUSH

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Bamberg County, Buford Bridge; Series: T623 Roll: 1517 Page: 98:
76 76 RUSH C. Sem Head W M July 1862 37 M 15 SC SC SC Farmer;
-- Ella Wife W F Dec 1869 30 M 15 4 4 SC SC SC;
-- Henry C. Son W M Dec 1885 14 S SC SC SC;
-- John B. Son W M Sept 1886 13 S SC SC SC;
-- Lalla Dau W F May 1887 12 S SC SC SC;
-- James Son W M Oct 1890 9 S SC SC SC.
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John O'NEAL and Laura A. MOYE




Husband John O'NEAL 880

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Wife Laura A. MOYE 880

         Born: Abt 1835
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       Father: George Ward MOYE (      -      ) 880
       Mother: Mary Rebecca SPEERS (      -      ) 880



 Other Spouse: Sem Hayne RUSH, Sr., CSA (1834-1861) 699 - Bef 1860


Children

General Notes: Husband - John O'NEAL

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Barnwell County, Buford Bridge; Series: T9 Roll: 1220 Page: 176: Line 33 O'Neal John W M 30 [or 50?] Husband M Planter SC SC SC; -- Laller W F 48 Wife SC SC SC; RUSH Lewis W M 20 Son Laborer SC SC SC; MOEY Hattie W F 54 S Planter SC SC SC.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Bamberg County, Buford Bridge; Series: T623 Roll: 1517 Page: 98: Line 63 ONEIL J. B. Head W M Dec 1852 47 M 26 SC SC SC Farmer; -- Lalla M. Wife W F Oct 1835 64 M 26 1 1 SC SC SC.
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Hans MOYER




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1 F Mary MOYER

         Born: Abt 1718 - Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
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       Spouse: Johanne John SHANK (Abt 1717-1791)
         Marr: 1739 - Lancaster County, Pennsylvania



General Notes: Child - Mary MOYER

"Mary MOYER is the daughter of Hans MOYER. She was born 1718 in Conestoga, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA." [Register Report for Hans Schenk, http://s143848239.onlinehome.us/History/ShankTree.pdf]


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Johanne John SHANK and Mary MOYER




Husband Johanne John SHANK

          AKA: John SHANK
         Born: Abt 1717 - Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
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         Died: Jul 1791 - Adams County, Pennsylvania
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       Father: Michael SCHENCK (Abt 1692-1759)
       Mother: Mary YEENEY (Abt 1695-1759)


     Marriage: 1739 - Lancaster County, Pennsylvania



Wife Mary MOYER

         Born: Abt 1718 - Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
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       Father: Hans MOYER (      -      )
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Children
1 M Christian SHANK

         Born: Abt 1764 - Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
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         Died: Feb 1834 - Botetourt County, Virginia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Catherine BECKNER (Abt 1765-1830)
         Marr: Bef 1786



General Notes: Husband - Johanne John SHANK

"Johanne John SHANK-9 (Michael SCHENCK-8, Christian SCHENCK-7, Michael SCHENCK Jr-6, Michael SCHENCK Sr-5, Ulrich SCHENCK-4, Hans SCHENCK-3, Johannes SCHENCK-2, Hans SCHENK-1). He was born 1717 in Pequea Creek, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA. He was born Abt. 1717. Residence on 15 Dec 1766 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA (Sold farm in Lancaster county and moved to Bairs Meeting House, a Mennonite church, located on State Route 116 about 3 miles outside of Hanover, PA.). Residence Jan 1767 in Mannheim, York Co., PA. Land Purchase Apr 1767 in Mannheim, York Co., PA (Purchased farm in Mannheim Township, York County PA). Burial 1791 in Flohrs Cemetery. He died Jul 1791 in Adams, Pennsylvania, USA. He died on 22 Aug 1791 in Franklin, Adams, Pennsylvania, USA. Johanne John SHANK and Mary MOYER. They were married 1739 in Conestoga, Lancaster,
Pennsylvania, USA. They had 8 children. [Register Report for Hans Schenk, http://s143848239.onlinehome.us/History/ShankTree.pdf]


General Notes: Wife - Mary MOYER

"Mary MOYER is the daughter of Hans MOYER. She was born 1718 in Conestoga, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA." [Register Report for Hans Schenk, http://s143848239.onlinehome.us/History/ShankTree.pdf]


General Notes: Child - Christian SHANK

"Christian SHANK-10 (Johanne John SHANK-9, Michael SCHENCK-8, Christian SCHENCK-7, Michael SCHENCK Jr-6, Michael SCHENCK Sr-5, Ulrich SCHENCK-4, Hans SCHENCK-3, Johannes SCHENCK-2, Hans SCHENK-1). His birth 1764 in Conestoga, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA (Christian was 2 when his family moved from Lancaster County in December 1766.). He was born Abt. 1765 in Lancaster Co, PA. Residence on 27 Sep 1786 in Greenbriar River, Rouceverte, VA (Left Pennsylvania either in the year of 1786 or before as he had 290 acres surveyed to him on 27 Sep 1786. The property was located on the Greenbriar River near Rouceverte, Virginia, which is now West Virginia.). Residence Bef. 1800 in Catawba Creek, Botetourt County, USA (Purchased farm). He died Feb 1834 in Catawba Creek, Botetort County, Virginia, USA. Probate on 04 Mar 1834 in Botetourt County, Virginia, USA (Thomas WILSON, administrator of Christian's estate, held a sale to settle Christian's Will).
Christian SHANK and Catherine BECKNER Details: 1 Footnote: Online publication - Ancestry.com.
OneWorldTree [database on-line]. Provo UT USA: The Generations Network Inc.. They were
married 1786 in Botetourt, Virginia, USA. They had 9 children." [Register Report for Hans Schenk, http://s143848239.onlinehome.us/History/ShankTree.pdf]
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Lanie Marie MUCHA




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General Notes: Wife - Lanie Marie MUCHA

Stacy married second Brian Mucha. They have a child Lanie Marie who was born in 2003. [Wyatt Howard Allums]
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MUDD and Jane Marie OSBORN




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General William Jesse TAYLOR, Sr. and Alexina MUIR




Husband General William Jesse TAYLOR, Sr. 1042

         Born: 20 Apr 1806 - Richland District, South Carolina
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       Father: Governor John TAYLOR (1770-1832) 1042
       Mother: Sarah Cantey CHESNUT (1774-1851) 3248


     Marriage: 30 May 1833 - Columbia, South Carolina 1040



Wife Alexina MUIR 1041

         Born: 1812 - Scotland
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       Father: William MUIR (      -Bef 1833) 1040
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1 M Lt. William Jesse TAYLOR, Jr., CSA

         Born: 2 Jul 1840 - Richland District, South Carolina
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       Buried:  - Elmwood Memorial Gardens, Richland County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Mary Elizabeth ELMORE (1842-1922) 3201
         Marr: 18 Jan 1869 - Mississippi



General Notes: Husband - General William Jesse TAYLOR, Sr.

William Jesse TAYLOR is named in the 1832 Will of his grandfather, Thomas TAYLOR, Sr., and in the 1842 Will of his mother Sarah Canty TAYLOR.

William married alexina Muir on 30 May 1833 in Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina.

"United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M8QJ-XTZ : accessed 08 Jan 2014), William J Taylor, Kershaw county, part of, Kershaw, South Carolina, United States; citing dwelling 800, family 800, NARA microfilm publication M432, roll 854.
William J TaylorM44 South Carolina
H A TaylorF39 South Carolina
H M TaylorF13 South Carolina
George TaylorM12 South Carolina
W J TaylorM10 South Carolina
A J TaylorF8 South Carolina
Flua TaylorF6 South Carolina
Chas. H. TaylorM5 South Carolina
L W TaylorM2 South Carolina
E Powell McrueM South Carolina

"United States Census, 1860," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MZTN-84V : accessed 08 Jan 2014), Alexena J Taylor in household of William J Taylor, [Blank], Richland, South Carolina, United States; citing "1860 U.S. Federal Census - Population," Fold3.com; p. , family , NARA microfilm publication ; FHL microfilm 805227.
William J TaylorM54 South Carolina
George TaylorM22 South Carolina
Rebecca W TaylorF21 Mississippi
William S TaylorM20 South Carolina
James H TaylorM15 South Carolina
Alexena J TaylorF18 South Carolina
Flora TaylorF16 South Carolina


General Notes: Wife - Alexina MUIR

SC Archives: Series: L10018, Year: 1821, Item: 0121A, ignore: 000. Date: 6/23/1821.
Description: MUIR, Jane, Admix. of William MUIR vs South Carolina Insurance Co., Judgement Roll.

SC Archives: Series: S213003, Volume: 005D, Page: 00454, Item: 000, Date: 5/2/1827. Description: MUIR, Jane, in Trust for her Daughters to Joseph CLARK, Bill of Sale for a Slave named Amelia and her 5 Children Mary, Margaret, Edward, George and Amelia. Names indexed: Amelia (Slave); BUCHLER, Helen; CLARK, Joseph; Edward (Slave); George (Slave); Margaret (Slave); Mary (Slave); MUIR, Agnes; MUIR, Alexina; MUIR, Anna; MUIR, Jane; MUIR, Janet.

Alexina married William Jesse Taylor in 1833. In the 1850 census, she is listed as "H. A. Taylor."

Alexina is buried in Taylor Evangelical Methodist Church Cemetery, Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina. A picture of her tombstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 39496386.
Inscription:
Sacred to the Memory of Mrs. Alexina Taylor, Wife of William Jesse Taylor, who departed this life 11/8/1857 in the 47th year of her age.

Death records for two of Alexina's children:
1. Alexina J. Elmore, a widow, born 10 May 1842 in Camden County, South Carolina, died 12 Dec 1918 in Gainesville, Alachua County, Florida at age 76 years. She was a daughter of W. J. Taylor, born in South Carolina, and ___ Muir, born in Scotland. Alexina was buried in Evergreen Cemetery on 13 Dec 1918. ["Florida, Deaths, 1877-1939," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FP7G-HNT : accessed 07 Jan 2014), Muir in entry for Alexina J. Elmore, 12 Dec 1918.]

2. Lawrence Whitaker Taylor, born 21 August 1848 in Camden County, South Carolina, died 19 May 1927 in Columbia, Richland, South Carolina at age 78 years, 8 months, and 28 days. He was a son of Gen. Wm. J. Taylor, born in South Carolina, and Alexina J. Muir, born in Scotland. Lawrence was married and retired. He was buried in Elmwood Cemetery on 20 May 1927. Informant was W. J. Taylor of Columbia, South Carolina. ["South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1943," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N9VB-88M : accessed 07 Jan 2014), Alexina J. Muir in entry for Lawrence Whitaker Taylor, 19 May 1927.]


General Notes: Child - Lt. William Jesse TAYLOR, Jr., CSA

William Jesse Taylor, Jr., served the Confederate States of America as a Lieutenant in Company G of the 7th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Battalion. He was the son of General William Jesse Taylor, Sr., and Alexina Jessie Muir, and the grandson of Governor John Taylor of South Carolina. He eventually died of wounds suffered serving in the Confederate army in the War Between The States. William married Mary Elmore in 1869 in Mississiippi.

"United States Census, 1870," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MFSY-MHS : accessed 04 May 2014), William J Taylor, Mississippi, United States; citing p. 8, family 69, NARA microfilm publication M593, FHL microfilm 000552248.
[Tallahatchi County, District 4, Charleston P.O]
69 69 TAYLOR William J. 30 M W Farmer SC
-- Mary E. 28 F W Keeping house SC
-- George 32 M W Farmer SC.

William is buried in Elmwood Memorial Gardens, Columbia, Richland County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 113533749.

TAYLOR
LIEUT. WM. J. TAYLOR, JR.
CO. G, 7TH S. C. BATT.
JULY 27, 1840 - FEB. 17, 1880
HIS WIFE
MARY ELMORE
MAY 12, 1842 - AUG. 23, 1922

The memorial links to those for sons William Jesse Taylor (1874 - 1902) and Albert Elmore Taylor (1879 - 1958)

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Elias MULDOON




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Elinor MULDOON




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Lucinda MULDOON




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Rebecca MULDOON




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Sarah MULDOON




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Amelia Albergotti MULDROW




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Henry Green MULDROW, Jr.




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George MULKEY and Margaret Evelyn YATES




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Wife Margaret Evelyn YATES 3961

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       Father: Walter Lonnie YATES (Abt 1886-1959)
       Mother: Addie Lee NIXON



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General Notes: Wife - Margaret Evelyn YATES

Obituary: Mrs. Margaret Evelyn MULKEY - "Mrs. Margaret Evelyn Yates Daniel MULKEY, 79, of South River Road, Franklin, Georgia passed away Thursday, August 7, 1997 at Franklin Health Care Center after several years of declning health. Funeral Services were conducted Sunday, August 10 at 3 P.M. from the Chapel of Tom Stutts and Son Funeral Home the The Reverends Milton HALL and Lynn JANNEY officiating. Vocal music was rendered by Lesley and Pat LIPHAM. Pallbearers were David MOORE, David ARRINGTON, Jeffery RAINEY, Ronnie RAINEY, Donnie NELMS and Johnny DANIEL. Interment was in the Salem Baptist Cemetery in Carroll County. Mrs. MULKEY was born in Caroll County, Georgia September 8, 1917 the daughter of the late Walter Lonnie YATES and Addie Lee Nixon YATES. She had lived in Franklin the past 50 years and was a retired seamstress and was a member of the Harrisville Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husbands, Jim H. DANIEL and George MULKEY and one son, Barry DANIEL of Richmond, Va., (Portion seems missing here, but is as published. RLD) Emory BARBER of Salt Lake City, Utah and Gary BARBER of Auburn, Ala., four great-grandchildren, Lauren Wayne, Katherine, and Ryan BARBER. Tom Stutts and Son Funeral Home of Franklin, Georgia was in charge of arrangements." (Typed from an undated, unnamed newspaper clipping provided by Marlane Daniel of Heard Co., GA. Robert Louis Daniell)

Social Security Death Index: "EVELYN D MULKEY 08 Sep 1917 07 Aug 1997 (V) 30217 (Franklin, Heard, GA) (none specified) 255-28-2106 Georgia.
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Frank MULLING




Husband Frank MULLING 4938

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T. Norman MULLING and Emma S. UPTON




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Wife Emma S. UPTON 4810

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       Father: James F. UPTON (1840-      ) 4810
       Mother: Josephine Love THREEWITS (1843-1889) 4420



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1 M Frank MULLING 4938

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Christopher MULLINS




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Christopher Mullins is named as surviving great-grandson in the 2013 obituary of Lillian Ruth Allen Daniel.
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Hannah MULLINS




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General Notes: Wife - Hannah MULLINS

Hannah Mullins is named as surviving great-granddaughter in the 2013 obituary of Lillian Ruth Allen Daniel.
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James Dale MULLINS




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General Notes: Husband - James Dale MULLINS

James Dale MULLINS, son of James MULLINS and Edda Lee DALE, was born 27 June 1942 in Smith County, Texas. ["Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V84M-34R : accessed 23 June 2012), Edda Lee Dale in entry for James Dale Mullins, 1942.]

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John Patrick MULLINS




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John Patrick MULLINS, son of James Nicholas MULLINS and EDDA Lee DALE, was born
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James Scott SPAIN and Leigh Christine MULLINS




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       Mother: Nancy Russell WILLIS (1916-1996)


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2 F Denise Pauline SPAIN (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - James Scott SPAIN

"James Scott Spain, b. 1946, m. (1) Marcia Lovejoy; 1 daughter, 1 son; m. (2) Leigh Mullens, 1 son, 1 daughter" [Barbara (Mrs. John) Spain]
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William George NEGENDANK and Sallie May MUNDORFF




Husband William George NEGENDANK

         Born: Abt 1877 - Delaware
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Wife Sallie May MUNDORFF

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1 F Mary Catherine NEGENDANK 4326

         Born: 5 Oct 1903 - New Castle County, Delaware
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         Marr: 28 Sep 1929 - New Castle County, Delaware 4326



General Notes: Child - Mary Catherine NEGENDANK

Mary Catherine NEGENDANK, daughter of William George NEGENDANK and Sallie May MUNDORFF, was born 5 October 1903 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware.
[Delaware State Birth Records, 1861-1922: FamilySearch.org: Film Number: 1944107, Digital Folder Number: 4252349, Image Number: 00210]

1910 U.S. Census, Delaware, New Castle County, Ward 9, Wilmington; Series: T624 Roll: 147 Page: 179: Sixteenth St 211 6 6
NEGENDANK William G. Head M W 33 M1 8 DE Germany Germany Engineer Railroad;
-- May Wife F W 38 M1 8 2 2 MD PA PA;
-- Katherine M. Dau F W 6 S DE DE MD;
-- Esther M. Dau F W 2 S DE DE MD.

1920 U.S. Census, Delaware, New Castle County, Ward 9, Wilmington; Series: T625 Roll: 202 Page: 162:
211 80 92 NEGENDANK William G Head M W 44 M DE Germany Germany Engineer Railroad;
-- May Wife F W 48 M MD MD MD;
-- Catherine Dau F W 16 S DE DE MD;
-- Esther Dau F W 12 S DE DE MD;
-- William G. Jr. Son M W 8 S DE DE MD.

Mary Catherine married Maner Lawton WADE in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware on 28 September 1929. They had no children. Both died in an automobile accident in Los Angeles County, California on 19 August 1951.
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Henry MUNDY and Elizabeth THOMAS




Husband Henry MUNDY 225

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Wife Elizabeth THOMAS 227

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Called "Lizzie."
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Charles W. ROGERS and Anne West MUNRO




Husband Charles W. ROGERS 4291

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       Father: Dr. David ROGERS (1748-1829) 4291
       Mother: Martha TENNENT (1746-1826) 4291


     Marriage: Bef 1828



Wife Anne West MUNRO 4291

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1 M David Munro ROGERS 4291

         Born: 1828
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Ginger Michelle MUNSON




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Ginger Michelle Munson, daughter of Wayne Bruce Munson and Shirley Ann Daniel, was born 29 September 1971 in Liberty County, Texas. ["Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997,"]

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Mandy Lee MUNSON




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Mandy Lee Munson, daughter of Wayne Bruce Munson and Shirley Ann Daniel, was born 26 March 1976 in Liberty County, Texas. ["Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997,"]

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Audrey Elizabeth MUNTZ




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Audrey Elizabeth Muntz, daughter of David Stephen Muntz and Kathryn Elizabeth Howe, was born 1 Apr 1982 in Dallas County, Texas. ["Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997,"]

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Isabella Emily MUNTZ




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Isabella Emily Muntz, daughter of David Stephen Muntz and Kathryn Elizabeth Howe, was born 25 Sep 1979 in Dallas County, Texas. ["Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997,"]

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WILLIAMSON and Ellen MURDOCK




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Julia MURDOCK




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Martha Hill MURDOCK




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Mitchell MURDOCK




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Mitchell MURDOCK is not listed with his family in the 1860 census and believed to have died young.
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Sarah MURDOCK




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William L. MURDOCK




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William SIMMONS and Temperence MURFEE




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       Mother: Mary WAINWRIGHT (      -      ) 795


     Marriage: Abt 11 May 1803

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India MURPHREE




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       Mother: Martha KNIGHT (Abt 1835-      ) 4058




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       Father: First Sgt Gains MURPHREE, CSA (Abt 1824-      ) 4058
       Mother: Martha KNIGHT (Abt 1835-      ) 4058




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Pearl MURPHREE




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Wife Pearl MURPHREE 4058

         Born: Abt 1878 - Alabama 4058
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       Father: First Sgt Gains MURPHREE, CSA (Abt 1824-      ) 4058
       Mother: Martha KNIGHT (Abt 1835-      ) 4058




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John Elijah WATSON and Ann Blair MURPHY




Husband John Elijah WATSON

         Born: 7 Jul 1718 - Virginia
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Wife Ann Blair MURPHY

         Born: 22 Jun 1722 - England
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Children
1 F Martha WATSON 696

         Born: Nov 1753
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         Died: Sep 1817 - Ridge Spring, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Ridge Spring Cemetery
       Spouse: Michael WATSON (1726-1782) 696
       Spouse: Jacob ODOM (      -      )
         Marr: After 1782



General Notes: Child - Martha WATSON

Martha WATSON first married her cousin, Michael WATSON. They had five children. After Capt. Michael WATSON died, Martha married Jacob ODOM.
Martha Watson ODOM's will is recorded in Edgefield County Will Book B, Page 397, and probated 4 November 1817. She is buried in the cemetery at Ridge Spring, South Carolina, but her grave was never been marked, because the WATSON family opposed her marriage to Jacob.


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Clyde William RAYMOND and Ethelyn Claire MURPHY




Husband Clyde William RAYMOND (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: John Joseph RAYMOND (      -      )
       Mother: Ethel KENNER (      -      )


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Wife Ethelyn Claire MURPHY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Thomas Alphonse P. MURPHY (      -      )
       Mother: Etheline WINTERS (Abt 1914-      )




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General Notes: Wife - Ethelyn Claire MURPHY

Ethelyn Clare Murphy, age 18, married Clyde William Raymond, age 19, on 1 August 1954 in Orleans Parish, Louisiana. Ethelyn, born 2/19/1935 in New Orleans, is a daughter of Thomas Alphonse Murphy and Ethelyn Winters, both born in Louisiana. Clyde, born 8/27/1934 in New Orleans, is a son of Joseph John Raymond and Ethel Kenner, both born in Louisiana. Witnesses were Stanley J. Raymond, Carolyn N. Spuhler, and Thomas Murphy, Jr. Pastor Oscar C. Laubengayer, officiated. ["Louisiana, Parish Marriages, 1837-1957," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VF4R-K1G : accessed 31 Oct 2013), Ethelyn Winters in entry for Clyde William Raymond and Ethelyn Clare Murphy, 1954.]

Court Records, Jefferson Parish Decisions, Judgements, Ethelyn Raymond vs. Clyde Raymond - divorce. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 1, 1982, Page 88]
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Lester Cincinnatus MURPHY and Annie May WALLER




Husband Lester Cincinnatus MURPHY

         Born: 5 Feb 1889 - Colquitt County, Georgia
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     Marriage: 21 Mar 1930 - Colquitt County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Floy Ethel KENNEDY (1902-1925) - 23 Jun 1922 - Colquitt County, Georgia



Wife Annie May WALLER

         Born: Abt 1889
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General Notes: Husband - Lester Cincinnatus MURPHY

"Lester Cincinnatus 'Cincy' Murphy. He is a very distant relative of mine via the Murphy and Alderman family of Duplin Co., NC. Mary Etta Daniell's granddaughter Floy Ethel Kennedy married Cincy." [Paul Pierce, email, 22 Mar 2014]

Lester is buried in Plot: Lane 2 East; Section 4, Block N, Lot 5B (4 N 5B 2nd East, Westview Cemetery, Moultrie, Colquitt County, Georgia. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 94668812:

MURPHY
LESTER C.
FEB. 5, 1899
JULY 17, 1954

MARRIED
JUNE 23,
1922

F. ETHEL KENNEDY
JUNE 20, 1902
APRIL 11, 1926

The memorial lists his birth and death in Colquitt Couty, Georgia and lists four graves in this plot as of July 2013:
1. Lester C. Murphy (1899-1954),
2. F. Ethel Kennedy Murphy (1902-1926),
3. Clarence Leroy Foreman (1891-1973), &
4. Cena Mae Foreman (1903-1981).


General Notes: Wife - Annie May WALLER

"step-mother, Mrs. Annie Mae Murphy of Coolidge" is named as a survivor in the September 1972 obituary of Doris Ethel Murhy Dempsey.


Notes: Marriage

"[Book] J-160 MURPHY, C. Lester widower born 05 Feb 1899 parents: J.W. MURPHY and Mary Etta MURPHY [to] WALLER, Annie Mae age 21 parents: Mr. and Mrs. J.C. WALLER 21-Mar-30 Marriage took place in Center Hill; by the Rev J. H. GIBBS" [http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gacolqu2/Marriages/]
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Nathan MURPHY




Husband Nathan MURPHY 1679

         Born: 1908 - Georgia 1679
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       Father: John Ed MURPHY (1881-1956) 1679
       Mother: Nannie (1885-      ) 1679





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Shaun Thomas MURPHY




Husband Shaun Thomas MURPHY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Thomas Andrew Patrick MURPHY, Jr.
       Mother: Vesta Lillian ARNONDIN (1936-2002)





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General Notes: Husband - Shaun Thomas MURPHY

Among marriages recorded November 18-24 in the office of the clerk of court, 34th Judicial District Court, Chalmette: Shaun Thomas Murphy and Lynne Marie Allain. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, December 17, 1987, Page 154]

Shaun Murphy of Chalmette [Louisiana] is named as a surviving son in the March 23, 2002 obituary of Vesta Arnondin Murphy.

Shawn T. Murphy, Also Known As Shaun Thomas Murphy was born 27 May 1961. Residence: 513 Rosewood Dr., Metairie, Louisiana 70001, 15 Nov 2007-25 Mar 2008
Possible Relatives: Eveline V Murphy, James C Murphy, Lynne A Murphy, Lynne Allain Murphy, Stephen James Murphy, Susan Murphy Oalmann, Susan P Murphy, T A Murphy, Thomas A Murphy Jr.
["United States Public Records Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KLR5-MWY : accessed 01 Nov 2013), Shawn T Murphy, 15 Nov 2007-25 Mar 2008.]


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Darren Gerald OALMANN and Susan MURPHY




Husband Darren Gerald OALMANN (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Gerald John OALMANN
       Mother: Norma Cassandra KREEGER (Abt 1935-2009)


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Wife Susan MURPHY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Thomas Andrew Patrick MURPHY, Jr.
       Mother: Vesta Lillian ARNONDIN (1936-2002)




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General Notes: Wife - Susan MURPHY

Susan Murphy Oalmann of Arabi is named as a surviving daughter in the March 23, 2002 obituary of Vesta Arnondin Murphy.
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Thomas Alphonse P. MURPHY and Etheline WINTERS




Husband Thomas Alphonse P. MURPHY

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Wife Etheline WINTERS 2528

         Born: Abt 1914 - Orleans Parish, Louisiana
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       Father: James Ellis WINTERS (1892-1970)
       Mother: Antoinette Cidonia ROWAN (1891-1972)




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1 M Thomas Andrew Patrick MURPHY, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Vesta Lillian ARNONDIN (1936-2002)


2 F Betty Jane MURPHY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Vincent John ALLOTTO, USA (living)


3 F Ethelyn Claire MURPHY (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Wife - Etheline WINTERS

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


General Notes: Child - Thomas Andrew Patrick MURPHY, Jr.

Thomas Andrew Patrick Murphy, age18, married Vesta Lillian Arnondin, age 15, on 16 Feb 1951 in Westwigo, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana. Thomas, born 11/23/1932, is a son of Thomas A. P. Murphy and Ethelyn Winters, both born in New Orleans. Vesta, born 5/22/1935, is a daughter of Herman Arnondin and Florence Fleury, both born in New Orleans. ["Louisiana, Parish Marriages, 1837-1957," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VF4G-3M7 : accessed 31 Oct 2013), Ethelyn Winters in entry for Thomas Andrew Patrick Murphy and Vesta Lillian Arnondin, 1951.]

Jefferson Parish, Suits Filed: Thomas A. Murphy Jr. vs. Vesta A. Murphy, pettion for separation. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 3, 1970, Page 67]


General Notes: Child - Betty Jane MURPHY

Betty Jane Murphy, age 17, married Vincent John Allotto, age 20, on 18 October 1953 in Orleans Parish, Louisiana. Betty Jane, born 6/12/1936 in New Orleans, is a daughter of Thomas Murphy and Ethelyn Winters. Vincent, born 11/26/1932 in Tickfaw [Tangipahoa Parish], Louisiana, is a son of Nace Allotto and Mattia [sic, Mattie. RLD] Lashouto, both born in Louisiana. Vincent is in the U.S. Army. Witnesses were Thomas Murphy, Josie Allotto, and Vesta A. Murphy. Rev. [Father] Stanley J. Iverson officiated. ["Louisiana, Parish Marriages, 1837-1957," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VF4P-1JW : accessed 31 Oct 2013), Ethelyn Winters in entry for Vincent John Allotto and Betty Jane Murphy, 1953.]


General Notes: Child - Ethelyn Claire MURPHY

Ethelyn Clare Murphy, age 18, married Clyde William Raymond, age 19, on 1 August 1954 in Orleans Parish, Louisiana. Ethelyn, born 2/19/1935 in New Orleans, is a daughter of Thomas Alphonse Murphy and Ethelyn Winters, both born in Louisiana. Clyde, born 8/27/1934 in New Orleans, is a son of Joseph John Raymond and Ethel Kenner, both born in Louisiana. Witnesses were Stanley J. Raymond, Carolyn N. Spuhler, and Thomas Murphy, Jr. Pastor Oscar C. Laubengayer, officiated. ["Louisiana, Parish Marriages, 1837-1957," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VF4R-K1G : accessed 31 Oct 2013), Ethelyn Winters in entry for Clyde William Raymond and Ethelyn Clare Murphy, 1954.]

Court Records, Jefferson Parish Decisions, Judgements, Ethelyn Raymond vs. Clyde Raymond - divorce. [The Times-Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 1, 1982, Page 88]
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Wiley MURPHY




Husband Wiley MURPHY 1679

         Born: 1906 - Georgia 1679
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       Father: John Ed MURPHY (1881-1956) 1679
       Mother: Nannie (1885-      ) 1679





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Bessie MURRAY




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Wife Bessie MURRAY 1367

         Born: Dec 1880 - South Carolina 1367
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       Father: George M. MURRAY (1838-      ) 830
       Mother: Martha P. (1843-      ) 554,1366




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Bruce A. MURRAY




Husband Bruce A. MURRAY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Nelson Burgess MURRAY, Jr. (1914-2001)
       Mother: Virginia GILCHRIST (Abt 1916-2007)





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General Notes: Husband - Bruce A. MURRAY

Of Sumter County, South Carolina in 2007.
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Gregory TEESE and Caroline MURRAY




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Wife Caroline MURRAY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Nelson Burgess MURRAY, Jr. (1914-2001)
       Mother: Virginia GILCHRIST (Abt 1916-2007)




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General Notes: Wife - Caroline MURRAY

Of Sumter County, South Carolina in 2007.
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Caroline Holcombe MURRAY




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Wife Caroline Holcombe MURRAY 2420

         Born: 9 Jul 1879 - Lowndes County, Alabama 2420
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       Buried:  - Glendale Cemetery


       Father: Samuel John MURRAY (1851-1930) 830,2420
       Mother: Sarah Louise HOLCOMBE (1859-1927) 2420




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Charlotte MURRAY




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Wife Charlotte MURRAY 1523

         Born: Jan 1895 - Texas 1523
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       Father: Matthew Moore MURRAY (1864-      ) 554
       Mother: Mary E. (1870-      ) 1523




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General Notes: Wife - Charlotte MURRAY

Charlotte MURRAY, born January 1895, is named with her parents in the 1900 census of Galveston County, Texas. She, expected to be 15, is not with her family in the 1910 census and is presumed to have died before 15 April 1910.
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Samuel E. NELSON and Charlotte Thomson MURRAY




Husband Samuel E. NELSON 1365

         Born: 22 Feb 1845 - South Carolina 1365
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       Buried:  - Holy Cross Churchyard, Sumter County, South Carolina
     Marriage: Abt 1870



Wife Charlotte Thomson MURRAY 830,1365

         Born: 1 Oct 1848 - South Carolina 1589
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       Father: William Bonneau MURRAY (1822-1871) 215,830
       Mother: Caroline Myddelton GOODWYN (1828-1866) 215,830




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1 M William Bonneau NELSON 1365

         Born: 16 Jul 1871
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       Spouse: Mary V. (Abt 1873-      ) 831
         Marr: Abt 1904


2 F Sarah Robinson NELSON 1363,1365

         Born: 1 May 1873 1589
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       Spouse: Nelson Burgess MURRAY (1867-1948) 1363
         Marr: Cir 1890


3 M Vanderhorst Guignard NELSON 1365

         Born: 1 Oct 1875 1589
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       Spouse: Mary T. (Abt 1878-      ) 1590
         Marr: Abt 1910


4 F Caroline Goodwyn NELSON 1365

         Born: 19 Nov 1878 1589
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5 F Emma Jane NELSON 1589

         Born: 12 May 1882 1589
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6 F Charlotte Thomson NELSON 1589

         Born: 11 Dec 1888 1589
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General Notes: Husband - Samuel E. NELSON

Samuel E. NELSON married Charlotte thomson MURRAY about 1870.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Sumter County, Statesburg; Series: T9 Roll: 1241 Page: 286: 85 86 NELSON Samuel W M 34 M Farmer SC SC SC; -- Charlotte W F 29 Wife M Keeps house SC SC SC; -- William W M 8 Son SC SC SC; -- Sarah W F 7 Dau SC SC SC; -- Vanderhorst W M 4 Son SC SC SC; -- Caroline W F 1 Dau SC SC SC.

TOMB STONE INSCRIPTIONS FROM HOLY CROSS CHURCH, STATEBURG, S.C.:
Samuel E. Nelson - Born 2/22/1845, died 3/10/1900
[http://www.jstor.org/pss/27569785] -


General Notes: Wife - Charlotte Thomson MURRAY

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Sumter County, Statesburg; Series: T625 Roll: 1713 Page: 28: 274 277 NELSON, Charlotte T. Head F W 71 Wd SC SC SC None; -- Nelson Emma J. Dau F W 37 S SC SC SC Farmer.
Two homes away is Charlotte's son, V. Guy NELSON, and family.


General Notes: Child - William Bonneau NELSON

This is POSSIBLY William Bonneau NELSON and his sister, Emma Jane NELSON in 1900. If "E. Jane" is a niece, then Wm B. is a nephew as well as a boarder. There is a difference in birth dates for both, Wm Jany 1870 verse Jul 1871 and E. Jane Nov 1882 verse May 1882.
1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, 4-Wd Charleston; Series: T623 Roll: 1520 Page: 128: In the household of Ellen BENNETT born March 1830 69 Wd SC:
Nelson Wm B. Boarder W M Jany 1870 30 S SC SC SC Bookkeeper;
-- E. Jane Niece WF Nov 1882 17 S SC SC SC At school.

1910 Alabama, Montgomery County, 3-Wd Montgomery; Series: T624 Roll: 28 Page: 164:
323 42 46 NELSON William B. Head M W 38 M1 6 SC SC SC Manager fertilizer company; -- Mary V. Wife F W 37 M1 6 3 3 SC SC VA; -- Samuel E. Son M W 5 S SC SC SC; -- Mary V. Dau F W 4 S SC SC SC; -- William B. Son M W 1 S SC SC SC.
Five homes away is Vandrhorst B. MURRAY, William's first cousin, and family.


General Notes: Child - Vanderhorst Guignard NELSON

Vanderhorst Guinard NELSON, born 1 October 1875, is a son of Samuel E. NELSON and Charlotte Thomson MURRAY. He is often found in records as "V. Guy" NELSON.

1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Sumter County, Statesburg Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 1543 Page: 146: 391 391 NELSON V. Guy Head W M Oct 1875 24 S SC SC SC Farmer; -- Sharlet Mother W F Oct 1848 51 Wd SC SC SC; -- Sarah Sister W F May 1873 27 S SC SC SC; -- Carrie Sister W F Nov 1877 S SC SC SC; -- Emma Sister W F May 1882 18 S SC SC SC; -- Sharlet Sister W F Dec 1887 12 S SC SC SC.

1920 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Sumter County, Statesburg; Series: T625 Roll: 1713 Page: 28: 272 275 NELSON V. Guy Head M W 44 M SC SC SC Farmer; -- Mary T. Wife F W 42 M SC SC SC; -- V. Guy Jr. Son 8 M W 8 S SC SC SC. Two homes away is Vanderhorst's mother, Charlotte T. NELSON, living with his sister, Emma J..


General Notes: Child - Emma Jane NELSON

This is POSSIBLY Emma Jane NELSON and her brother, William Bonneau NELSON. If "E. Jane" is a niece, then Wm B. is a nephew as well as a boarder. There is a slight difference in birth dates for both, Wm Jany 1870 verse Jul 1871 and E. Jane Nov 1882 verse May 1882 as given in family postings.
1900 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, 4-Wd Charleston; Series: T623 Roll: 1520 Page: 128: In the household of Ellen BENNETT born March 1830 69 Wd SC:
Nelson Wm B. Boarder W M Jany 1870 30 S SC SC SC Bookkeeper;
-- E. Jane Niece WF Nov 1882 17 S SC SC SC At school.
In 1920 Emma J., 37, single, lives with her widowed mother in Sumter County, South Carolina.
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Edmund Rhett MURRAY




Husband Edmund Rhett MURRAY 44

         Born: 17 Oct 1876 44
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       Father: William Bonneau MURRAY (1849-1911) 830
       Mother: Mary Ann TABOR (Abt 1852-1883) 44





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Edward Holcombe MURRAY




Husband Edward Holcombe MURRAY

         Born: Cir 1886
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       Father: Samuel John MURRAY (1851-1930) 830,2420
       Mother: Sarah Louise HOLCOMBE (1859-1927) 2420





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Edwin B. MURRAY




Husband Edwin B. MURRAY 1523

         Born: Nov 1892 - Texas 1523
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       Father: Matthew Moore MURRAY (1864-      ) 554
       Mother: Mary E. (1870-      ) 1523





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Elizabeth B. MURRAY




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Wife Elizabeth B. MURRAY 1363

         Born: Abt 1884 - South Carolina 1363
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       Father: MURRAY (      -      )
       Mother: Martha P. (Abt 1838-After 1919) 1363




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Elizabeth McGill "Emma" MURRAY




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       Father: Michael Taylor MURRAY
       Mother: Mary Carroll DILLARD




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General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth McGill "Emma" MURRAY

"Emma" is Elizabeth McGill Murray. [Jack emerson Murray, 3 Jan 2012.
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Elizabeth P. MURRAY




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Wife Elizabeth P. MURRAY 831

         Born: Abt 1888 - Alabama 831
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       Father: Vanderhorst Bonneau MURRAY, Sr. (1874-      ) 44
       Mother: Eva S. (Abt 1874-      ) 831




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Elizabeth Vanderhorst MURRAY




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Wife Elizabeth Vanderhorst MURRAY

         Born: 22 Sep 1847 - South Carolina
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       Father: William Bonneau MURRAY (1822-1871) 215,830
       Mother: Caroline Myddelton GOODWYN (1828-1866) 215,830




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Emily Bradley MURRAY




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Esther Ann MURRAY




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Wife Esther Ann MURRAY 2292

         Born: Dec 1888 - Sumter County, South Carolina 2292
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       Father: William Bonneau MURRAY (1849-1911) 830
       Mother: Susan ANDERSON (1860-      ) 2292




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Eva A. MURRAY




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Wife Eva A. MURRAY 831

         Born: Abt 1901 - Alabama 831
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       Father: Vanderhorst Bonneau MURRAY, Sr. (1874-      ) 44
       Mother: Eva S. (Abt 1874-      ) 831




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George MURRAY




Husband George MURRAY 1367

         Born: Nov 1882 - South Carolina 1367
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       Father: George M. MURRAY (1838-      ) 830
       Mother: Martha P. (1843-      ) 554,1366





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George Niles MURRAY IV




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       Father: George Niles MURRAY III
       Mother: Dorothy BUDD





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Jack A. MURRAY




Husband Jack A. MURRAY 1524

         Born: Abt 1905 - Texas 1524
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       Father: Matthew Moore MURRAY (1864-      ) 554
       Mother: Mary E. (1870-      ) 1523





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Jack Emerson MURRAY, Jr.




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       Father: Jack Emerson MURRAY, Sr.
       Mother: Erin Lee HAMMONDS





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James Anderson MURRAY




Husband James Anderson MURRAY

         Born: Cir 1891 - Sumter County, South Carolina
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       Father: William Bonneau MURRAY (1849-1911) 830
       Mother: Susan ANDERSON (1860-      ) 2292





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James B. MURRAY




Husband James B. MURRAY 831

         Born: Jul 1897 - Alabama 831,1168
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       Father: William Tabor MURRAY (1872-      ) 44
       Mother: Lillian S. (1877-      ) 1168





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General Notes: Husband - James B. MURRAY

!n the 1900 census, James M. MURRAY, 2, born July 1897, is named in the home of William T. and Lillian S. MURRAY in Lee County, Alabama. In 1910, he is James B, 12, living with his widowed father in Montgomery County, Alabama.
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James Nelson MURRAY and Harriet Curtis SELDON




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Wife Harriet Curtis SELDON (details suppressed for this person)

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James Orville MURRAY




Husband James Orville MURRAY 4157,4158

         Born: Abt 1904 - Texas 4157
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       Father: George Mercer MURRAY (1861-      ) 554
       Mother: Lucile DE LESDENIER (1870-      ) 553





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John MURRAY and Elizabeth NELSON




Husband John MURRAY

         Born: 1760
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Wife Elizabeth NELSON

         Born: 1767
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       Father: Samuel NELSON (Cir 1742-      )
       Mother: Jean GAMBLE (Cir 1745-      )




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1 M Samuel John MURRAY

         Born: Cir 1795
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         Died: Bef 1 Jun 1860 830
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       Spouse: Elizabeth Vanderhorst BONNEAU (Abt 1797-1867) 830
         Marr: Cir 1820
       Spouse: Sarah Lang ROBINSON (Abt 1798-Abt 1819)
         Marr: Bef 1818



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Kate MURRAY




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Wife Kate MURRAY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Michael Taylor MURRAY
       Mother: Mary Carroll DILLARD




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Louise Haynesworth MURRAY




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Wife Louise Haynesworth MURRAY 2292

         Born: Oct 1887 - Sumter County, South Carolina 2292
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       Father: William Bonneau MURRAY (1849-1911) 830
       Mother: Susan ANDERSON (1860-      ) 2292




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Marianne Tabor MURRAY




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Wife Marianne Tabor MURRAY 2292

         Born: Sep 1893 - Sumter County, South Carolina 2292
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       Father: William Bonneau MURRAY (1849-1911) 830
       Mother: Susan ANDERSON (1860-      ) 2292




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Martha MURRAY




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Wife Martha MURRAY 1367

         Born: Feb 1886 - South Carolina 1367
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       Father: George M. MURRAY (1838-      ) 830
       Mother: Martha P. (1843-      ) 554,1366




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Martha MURRAY




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Wife Martha MURRAY 1364

         Born: Abt 1913 - Sumter County, South Carolina 1364
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       Father: Nelson Burgess MURRAY (1867-1948) 1363
       Mother: Sarah Robinson NELSON (1873-      ) 1363,1365




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Martha P. MURRAY




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Wife Martha P. MURRAY 554

         Born: Apr 1870 - Sumter County, South Carolina 554
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       Father: George M. MURRAY (1838-      ) 830
       Mother: Martha P. (1843-      ) 554,1366




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Martha P. MURRAY




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Wife Martha P. MURRAY 1363

         Born: Abt 1889 - South Carolina 1363
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       Father: MURRAY (      -      )
       Mother: Martha P. (Abt 1838-After 1919) 1363




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Matthew M. MURRAY, Jr.




Husband Matthew M. MURRAY, Jr. 1524

         Born: Abt 1902 - Texas 1524
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       Father: Matthew Moore MURRAY (1864-      ) 554
       Mother: Mary E. (1870-      ) 1523





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Morgan Emily MURRAY




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Wife Morgan Emily MURRAY (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Jack Emerson MURRAY, Sr.
       Mother: Erin Lee HAMMONDS




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George OSBORNE and Mozelle D. MURRAY




Husband George OSBORNE 4158

         Born: 1894 - Kansas 4158
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Wife Mozelle D. MURRAY 553,4157

         Born: Sep 1896 - Texas 553
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       Father: George Mercer MURRAY (1861-      ) 554
       Mother: Lucile DE LESDENIER (1870-      ) 553




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1 M Richard OSBORNE (details suppressed for this person)

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Nelson MURRAY




Husband Nelson MURRAY 1366

         Born: Dec 1868 - Sumter County, South Carolina 1366
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       Father: George M. MURRAY (1838-      ) 830
       Mother: Martha P. (1843-      ) 554,1366





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Nelson Burgess MURRAY III




Husband Nelson Burgess MURRAY III (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Nelson Burgess MURRAY, Jr. (1914-2001)
       Mother: Virginia GILCHRIST (Abt 1916-2007)





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General Notes: Husband - Nelson Burgess MURRAY III

"Nelson B Murray III, Class of 1972" (Furman High School Sumter, South Carolina (SC)
http://static.namesdatabase.com/schools/SC/Sumter/FurmanHighSchool.html)

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