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

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James Musco PICKETT and Bertha Helen ALSTON




Husband James Musco PICKETT 1886

         Born: 23 Sep 1897 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 2213
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         Died: 16 Dec 1964 - DeKalb County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: Clarence Ernest PICKETT (1874-1940) 2213
       Mother: Ida Ophelia GORDON (1876-      ) 2213


     Marriage: 17 Oct 1920 1937



Wife Bertha Helen ALSTON 1886,2202,2214

         Born: 4 Jan 1900 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Dec 1922 - Stewart County, Georgia 1937
       Buried: 


       Father: Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr. (1855-1933) 1886,2202,2206,2207
       Mother: Bertha CLEGG (1865-1944) 1886,2215




Children
1 M James Musco PICKETT, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - James Musco PICKETT

James Musco PICKETT, son of Clarence and Ida PICKETT is a 2 year old in the 1900 census. He is "Musco" in this census. In the 1910 census of Stewart County, Georgia, James M. PICKETT, 12, is named in the family of Clarence E. and Ida O. PICKETT, 19 households from Bertha Helen ALSTON's half-brother, Grover Cleveland. James Musco married Grover's half-sister, Bertha Helen ALSTON, on 17 October 1920.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Richland; Series: T623 Roll: 221 Page: 224; PICKETT, Clarence E. Head W M Nov 1874 25 M 4 GA GA GA Physician; -- Ida Wife Feb 1877 23 M 4 2 2 GA GA GA; -- Musco Son W M Sept 1897 2 S GA GA GA; -- Louise Dau W F Sept 1898 1 S GA GA GA. 2203



Notes: Marriage

History of Stewart Co., GA
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Zimri Lamar COFFIN and Blanche ALSTON




Husband Zimri Lamar COFFIN 1938,1939

         Born: Mar 1883 - Stewart County, Georgia 1934
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Zimre S. COFFIN (Abt 1835-Bef 1900) 1933
       Mother: Victoria A. (1853-After 1920) 1934


     Marriage: Nov 1913 1937



Wife Blanche ALSTON 1886

         Born: 31 Aug 1891 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr. (1855-1933) 1886,2202,2206,2207
       Mother: Bertha CLEGG (1865-1944) 1886,2215




Children
1 M Charles A. COFFIN 1886

         Born: 4 Jan 1916 - Georgia 2216
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2 M Zimri Lamar COFFIN, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Husband - Zimri Lamar COFFIN

Zimri Lamar COFFIN, born in Georgia, son of the widow Victoria A COFFIN, is 17 in the 1900 census of Stewart County, Georgia.
1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Sumter County, 745-Militia District (727 on actual page), as of 1 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 278 Page: 34: X 108 116 COFFIN Zimri L. Head O F M W 37 M GA GA GA Proprietor General (illegible); -- Blanche A. Wife F W 28 M GA GA GA; -- Charles A. Son M W 3+11/12 S GA GA GA. Next door is the family of Clarence E and Ida G. PICKETT. Blanche's half-sister married James M. PICKETT, possibly the son of Clarence and Ida.


Notes: Marriage

History of Stewart Co., Georgia.


General Notes: Child - Zimri Lamar COFFIN, Jr.

Lamar COFFIN is not named on the 1920 census; his birth was after the 1 January 1920 census cutoff date.
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William James LEGG and Catherine ALSTON




Husband William James LEGG 1247,2217

         Born: 25 Nov 1871 - Decherd, Tennessee 1247,2218
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 Jun 1936 - Jackson County, Alabama 1247
       Buried:  - Jackson County, Alabama 1247


       Father: H. L. W. LEGG
       Mother: Mary M. WESTERFIELD


     Marriage: 3 Jan 1900 - Jackson County, Alabama 1247



Wife Catherine ALSTON 1520

         Born: 4 Mar 1876 - Arkadelphia, Arkansas 1247
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 Jul 1967 - Jackson County, Alabama 1247
       Buried: 


       Father: Pvt. Warren Jourdan ALSTON, CSA (1844-1875) 1362,2207
       Mother: Sarah Elizabeth RUSSELL (1849-      ) 1457,1886




Children
1 M Captain Charles Alston LEGG, USN 1247,2217

         Born: 4 Feb 1901 - Jackson County, Alabama 1247
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 Mar 1957 - Bethesda Naval Hospital, Maryland 1247
       Buried:  - Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington County, Virginia 1247
       Spouse: Bernice BAIRD (1903-1976) 1247
         Marr: 15 Aug 1939 1247


2 F Elizabeth Russell LEGG 1247,2217

         Born: 14 Apr 1903 - Jackson County, Alabama 1247
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 May 1996 - Jackson County, Alabama 1247
       Buried:  - Stevenson City Cemetery 1247
       Spouse: Rev. James Thomas JONES (1906-1952) 2219
         Marr: 11 May 1932 2219



General Notes: Husband - William James LEGG

William J. LEGG married Catherine ALSTON, daughter of Warren Jourdan ALSTON and Sarah Elizabeth RUSSELL. In 1900, William and "Kate" LEGG live in the home of Lizzie ALSTON, Kate's widowed mother.

1900 U.S. Census, Jackson County, Stevenson, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 19 Page: 32: 23 23 ALSTON, Lizzie Head W F Jun 1849 50 W 4 3 AL AL AL; -- Russell Son W M July 1869 30 S GA GA AL Pharmacist; -- Charley Son W M Feb 1872 28 S AR GA AL R.R. Agent; -- (LEGG) Kate Dau W F March 1876 24 M 0 0 0 AR GA AL; LEGG William Son-in-law W M Nov 1872 28 M 0 TN TN TN R.R. Brakeman. Lizzie has had 4 children. Her three living children are in her home.

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Jackson County, Stevenson, 25 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 16 Page: 50: 176 182 LEGG, William J. Head M W 38 M1 10 TN US US Conductor Steam Car; -- Kate Wife F W 33 M1 10 2 2 AR GA AL; -- Alston Son M W 9 S AL TN AR; -- Elizabeth Dau F W 7 S AL TN AR; (Three boarders, BOWEN)

1920 U.S. Census, Alabama, Jackson County, Stevenson, 20 & 21 January 1920, Series: T625 Roll: 18 Page: 197: Fm 284 284 LEGG William J. M W 49 M TN TN KY Conductor Steam Railroad; -- Kattie Wife F W 43 M AL AL AL; -- Elizabeth A. Dau F W 16 S AL TN AL; -- Austin Son M W 18 S AL TN AL Salesman Clothing store; (Alston in other records. RLD) HOPKINS, Elizabeth Boarder F W 52 AL AL TN Sales lady Millinery store.

William James Legg born in 1872 in Decherd, Tennessee, died 10 June 1936 in Stevenson, Jackson, Alabama at age 64 years, 6 months, 15 days. He was a resident of Stevenson, Jackson [County], Alabama. His wife was Kate Alston Legg. He was a Rail Road Conductor. William's parents were H. L. Legg and Mary Westerfield, both born in McMillan, Knox [County], Tenn. He was buried in Stevenson, Alabama on 10 June 1936. ["Alabama, Deaths, 1908-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDR3-12K : accessed 20 Mar 2013), William James Legg, 10 Jun 1936; citing reference cn 14318, Department of Health, Montgomery; FHL microfilm 1908543.]

William James is buried in Stevenson City Cemetery, Stevenson, Jackson County, Alabama. Find A Grave Memorial# 56878157.


General Notes: Wife - Catherine ALSTON

The History of Stewart County, Georgia, p 365, provides that Elizabeth was one of the children of Warren Jourdan ALSTON and Sarah Elizabeth RUSSELL. Their daughter Catherine may be Catherine Elizabeth or Elizabeth Catherine.

Catherine ALSTON married William James LEGG. She is buried in Stevenson City Cemetery, Stevenson, Jackson County, Alabama. Find A Grave Memorial# 50713459 records her name as "Kate Alston Legg" born Mar. 4, 1876 and died Jul. 25, 1967.


General Notes: Child - Captain Charles Alston LEGG, USN

Charles Alston LEGG was born 4 February 1901 in Stevenson, Jackson County, Alabama. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1924.

Commander Harold V. McKittrick, U.S.N., and Mrs. McKittrick were dinner hosts at the Officers' Club Thursday evening to ... and Ensign Charles A. Legg, U.S.N. [The Seattle Daily Times, Seattle, Washington, Sunday, May 22, 1927, Page 76]

Navy Orders
Washington, Monday, June 29. - (AP0 - Navy orders issued include:
Lieut. Charles A. Legg, U.S.S. Lexington [USS Lexington (CV-2), aircraft carrier], to Annapolis. [The Seattle Daily Times, Seattle, Washington, Monday, June 29, 1936, Page 5]

Charles Alston Legg married Bernice BAIRD on 15 August 1939 in Seattle, Washington. She was the daughter of B. D. BAIRD and Margaret CAPERTON.

Navy Orders
Washington, Aug. 27 (A.P) - Navy orders today: ... Lieutenant Commander Charles A. Legg, U.S.S. Pyro [USS Pyro (AE-1), an ammunition ship] to instruction California Institute of Technology, Pasadena. [The San Diego Union, San Diego, California, Wednesday, August 28, 1940, Page: 20]

Marine News, Jay Wells, Editor
Capt. Hamlin To Relieve Legg As Staff Chief
... Captain Hamlin relieves Capt. Charles A. Legg, who has transferred to the Columbia River Group of the Naval Reserve Fleet at Astoria, Ore. Captain Legg has been stationed here since February. ...Captain Legg's assignment to Astoria is his second there. He was with the Reserve Fleet there from 1946 to 1948. During the Second World War he served in both the Atlantic and Pacific theaters, participating in amphibious operations. [The Seattle Daily Times, Seattle, Washington, Sunday, November 19, 1950, Page 39]

Fleet Officer Due to Retire
Capt. Charles A. Legg, commanding officer of the Columbia River group, Pacific reserve fleet, at Tongue Point, will retire from active duty before the end of this year, according to an announcement made at an Astoria chamber of commerce dinner.
The naval officer became group commander in November, 1950, after serving as staff officer for the military sea transport service at Seattle. He previously served at Tongue Point in 1946 to 1948 and during World War II he was with the navy's amphibious forces in the Pacific. [The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, Thursday, November 18, 1954, Page 23]

Charles retired from the Navy with the rank of Captain. He died in the Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Maryland on 25 March 1957 and was interred in Section 30, Plot 1989 in Arlington, National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia. A picture of Charles Alston Legg's headstone, shared with Bernice, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 49246313:

CHARLES ALSTON LEGG
CAPTAIN
UNITED STATES NAVY
FEBRUARY. 4, 1901 - MARCH. 25, 1957
HIS BELOVED WIFE
BERNICE BAIRD LEGG
APRIL 3, 1903 - NOVEMBER 30, 1976
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James BANKS and Charity ALSTON




Husband James BANKS

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Wife Charity ALSTON 2220

         Born: 1777 - Orange, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1828 - Elbert County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: James ALSTON, Jr., RS-NC (1746-1815) 2221
       Mother: Grizel YANCEY (1752-1845) 2221




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Lt. Col. William ALSTON, RS-NC and Charity ALSTON




Husband Lt. Col. William ALSTON, RS-NC 2220

         Born: 23 Oct 1736
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         Died: 1810
       Buried: 


       Father: Soloman ALSTON (      -      ) 2220
       Mother: Ann HINTON (      -      ) 2220


     Marriage: 1774



Wife Charity ALSTON 2220

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       Father: James ALSTON, Sr. (Abt 1726-1761) 2220
       Mother: Christian LILLINGTON (      -      ) 2221




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General Notes: Husband - Lt. Col. William ALSTON, RS-NC

Lt. Col. William ALSTON served in the 3rd Battalion, North Carolina Brigade under Col. Jethro SUMMERS.
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McFARLAND and Daisy ALSTON




Husband McFARLAND

         Born: Cir 1885
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Wife Daisy ALSTON

         Born: 
   Christened: Cir 1890
         Died: 
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       Father: John M. ALSTON (1850-      )
       Mother: Willie B. BRIGGS (Abt 1865-      )




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David ALSTON




Husband David ALSTON 2204

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       Father: John ALSTON, Sr. (      -      ) 2204
       Mother: Mary BOYD (      -      ) 2204


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Children
1 M John ALSTON

         Born: 
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         Died: 1859 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
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2 M William L. ALSTON

         Born: 
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         Died:  - the Goliad Massacre, Texas
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


3 M James ALSTON

         Born: 
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         Died: 1848
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry



General Notes: Husband - David ALSTON

"David ALSTON married and left three sons, John , who was for a time principal of the Mount Zion College, and who died in Winnsboro , in 1859; William L., who perished with Fanning's men March 27, 1846, in the fort Golied, Texas. James died in 1848. The two last never married." [Some Prominent Fairfield Families, News & Herald, Winnsboro, S.C., Friday, July 5, 1901, http://genealogytrails.com/scar/fairfield/fairfield_hx.htm]


General Notes: Child - John ALSTON

"David ALSTON married and left three sons, John , who was for a time principal of the Mount Zion College, and who died in Winnsboro , in 1859..." [Some Prominent Fairfield Families, News & Herald, Winnsboro, S.C., Friday, July 5, 1901, http://genealogytrails.com/scar/fairfield/fairfield_hx.htm]


General Notes: Child - William L. ALSTON

"David ALSTON married and left three sons, ... William L., who perished with Fanning's men March 27, 1836, in the Fort Goliad, Texas. James died in 1848. The two last never married." [Some Prominent Fairfield Families, News & Herald, Winnsboro, S.C., Friday, July 5, 1901, http://genealogytrails.com/scar/fairfield/fairfield_hx.htm]


General Notes: Child - James ALSTON

"David ALSTON married and left three sons,... James died in 1848. The two last never married." [Some Prominent Fairfield Families, News & Herald, Winnsboro, S.C., Friday, July 5, 1901, http://genealogytrails.com/scar/fairfield/fairfield_hx.htm]
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Edgar Leonard ALSTON




Husband Edgar Leonard ALSTON 2222,2223

         Born: 1872 - Georgia 2222
   Christened: 
         Died: 1945 2222
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       Father: Dr. John Theodore ALSTON (1826-1891) 2224,2225
       Mother: Emma R. COBB (1837-1908) 2224,2226





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Eliza ALSTON




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Wife Eliza ALSTON 1517

         Born: 30 May 1819 1517
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       Father: John Drew ALSTON (Abt 1794-1852) 1517
       Mother: Nancy Raines WYCHE (1799-      ) 1517




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Elizabeth ALSTON




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Wife Elizabeth ALSTON

         Born: 1787 - Orange, North Carolina
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       Father: James ALSTON, Jr., RS-NC (1746-1815) 2221
       Mother: Grizel YANCEY (1752-1845) 2221




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Elizabeth ALSTON




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Wife Elizabeth ALSTON 2221

         Born: 25 Apr 1794
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Dr. George Butler PEARSON, Sr. and Elizabeth M. ALSTON




Husband Dr. George Butler PEARSON, Sr. 521,2227

         Born: 29 Jun 1788 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 1289
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         Died: 1867
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       Father: Philip Peter PEARSON, RS-SC (1746-1835) 1880
       Mother: Mary BUTLER (1765-1854) 1291,1880


     Marriage: 29 Dec 1814 - South Carolina 2228



Wife Elizabeth M. ALSTON 521,2227

         Born: 9 Dec 1799 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 2227
   Christened: 
         Died: 1868 - South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: James ALSTON (1773-1841) 2227
       Mother: Frances KIRKLAND (1777-1823) 2228




Children
1 M Joseph William PEARSON

         Born: Abt 1816 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
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         Died: 5 Jan 1817 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
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2 F Frances Ann PEARSON

         Born: 5 Jun 1817 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 11 Aug 1836 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
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3 F Mary Elizabeth PEARSON 2229,2230

         Born: 24 Oct 1820 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 2076
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         Died: 1908 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: William Waters BOYCE (1818-1890) 2229,2230
         Marr: 17 Oct 1838 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 2231


4 F Martha Lavenia PEARSON

         Born: 8 Aug 1826 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 Oct 1840 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
       Buried: 



5 F Emeline R. PEARSON 2233,2234

          AKA: Sarah Emmeline PEARSON 2232
         Born: Abt 1827 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 2233
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 Mar 1887 - Fairfax County, Virginia 2235
       Buried:  - Ivy Hill Cemetery, Alexandria, Virginia 2235
       Spouse: Waters Whitner HERBERT (Abt 1828-1870) 2232
         Marr: 12 Apr 1848 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 2232


6 M George Butler PEARSON, Jr., CSA 521

         Born: 20 Dec 1829 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 521
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 Jun 1898 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
       Buried:  - Monticello Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Sue Haynesworth LYLES (      -Bef 1870)
         Marr: 1868
       Spouse: Katherine SAUNDERS (1852-1906) 519
         Marr: Abt 1872



General Notes: Husband - Dr. George Butler PEARSON, Sr.

1820 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County, No Twp Listed; Series: M33 Roll: 118 Page: 253:
George B. PEARSON . . . 1 1 . || . . 1 . . . 10
John W. PEARSON 1 . . . 1 . || . . 1 . .
Phillip PEARSON Senr . . . 2 2 1 || . . 1 . 2 . 29

1840 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield District; Series: M704 Roll: 511 Page: 167:
PEARSON Dr. Geo B. . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . || . . 1 1 . . 1 . . . . . .
PEARSON Wm F. . . . 1 . . [. or 1?] 1 . . . . . || 1 . . . 1 . . . . 1 . . .

1850 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County, N Twp; Series: M432 Roll: 852 Page: 208: 117 117 George B. PEARSON 62 M W Physician/Planter $30,000 Fairfield; Elizabeth M. PEARSON 50 F W Fairfield; George B. PEARSON 19 M W Planter Fairfield; Andrew FRAZER(?) 40 M W Planter Fairfield.

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County, Winnsboro P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1219 Page: 268: 1186 ---- G. B. PEARSON 73 M - Planter 14, 000 51,795 SC; Elizabeth M. 62 F - SC.


General Notes: Wife - Elizabeth M. ALSTON

In 1833, James ALSTON of Fairfield County, South Carolina gave 2,303 acres to his daughter Elisabeth Alston PEARSON. Family tradition says Elisabeth and her husband George Butler PEARSON constructed there "Fonti Flora" plantation prior to 1836. In 1849 the Pearson family placed "Fonti Flora" in trust for the use of Elisabeth PEARSON and her heirs. Her son George Butler PEARSON, Jr. took over farming the plantation until his death in 1898. George, Jr.'s son William Boyce PEARSON succeeded his father on the plantation. In 1976, "Fonti Flora" was nominated for the National Registry of historic Places and was at that time still occipied by descendants of the Pearson family.
[http://www.nationalregister.sc.gov/fairfield/S10817720011/S10817720011.pdf]


General Notes: Child - Mary Elizabeth PEARSON

Mary Elizabeth PEARSON married William Waters BOYCE on 17 Oct 1838.

In a typescript in the South Carolina archives of the Last Will & Testament of her grandfather, James ALSTON, Mary is listed among grandchildren as "Mary E. BOYER", perchance a misread of the handwriten "Boyce."

From the Mary Elizabeth Pearson Boyce diary, Manuscript volume, 1854-1855, of Mary Elizabeth Pearson Boyce (1820-1908) contains a record of fourteen months in the life of a prominent Fairfield County woman. The daughter of Dr. George Butler and Elizabeth Alston Pearson, Mary was married to attorney William Waters Boyce, who served South Carolina as state legislator and U.S. Congressman. The Boyces and their children lived until after the Civil War with Mrs. Boyce's parents in their plantation home known as Fonti Flora.
Mrs. Boyce made the following notation on 24 October 1855: "This is Mr. Boyce's & my birthday, he is 37 & I 35 years of age." Only a week earlier, they had celebrated their seventeenth wedding anniversary. (http://www.sc.edu/library/socar/uscs/1997/boyce97.html)

Contrary to the above, the BOYCE family is not listed with Mary's family in the 1850 or 1860 censuses.

In 1900, Mary BOYCE is 78, living in the home of her son-in-law, Richard GAILLIARD, 70, in Fairfax County, Virginia. Richard has been married for 35 years to Sarah, born June 1842. A second wife? Mary's daughter was Frances B. BOYCE. 2236


General Notes: Child - Emeline R. PEARSON

1870 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, Mt Vernon Twp; Series: M593 Roll: 1645 Page: 335: 35 32 GAILLARD Richard 40 M W Farmer --- 1200 SC; -- Francis 28 F W Keeping house SC; BOYCE William 52 M W Lawyer 17.000 4500 SC; -- Mary E. 50 F W Boarding SC; HERBERT Emeline 48 F W At home --- 13,000 SC; WILLY Lucy F B Domestic S VA.

1880 U.S. Census, Virginia, Fairfax County, Mt Vernon; Series: T9 Roll:1364 Page: 283: William W. BOYCE Self M Male W 62 SC Lawyer SC SC; Mary E. BOYCE Wife M Female W 58 SC Keeping House SC SC; Emeline S. HERBERT Sister W Female W 57 SC Assistant Keeping House SC SC; Ida PAINE Other S Female W 17 DC DC DC. Emeline S. HERBERT, 57, sister, is Emmaline PEARSON, Mary BOYCE's sister who married Walter Whitmer HERBERT. 2237


General Notes: Child - George Butler PEARSON, Jr., CSA

George Butler PEARSON, Jr., son of Dr. George Butler PEARSON and Elizabeth M. ALSTON, was born in and died in Fairfield County, South Carolina.

FROM W. W. DIXON....SHORT SKETCH OF THE PEARSON FAMILY: "George Butler Pearson, Junior, married in 1868 Sue Haynesworth, daughter of Col. Wm. S. Lyles. She died quite young leaving one child, a little daughter, Minnie Boyce, who soon followed her mother to the spirit land. In 1872 G. B. Pearson, Junior married a young lady of VA., Miss Catherine Saunders; they reside at Fonti Flora and have a promising family of four girls and one boy. Their names are Mary Alston, Emmeline Herbert, Ellen Moore, William Boyce and Francis Elizabeth." (KROTTJE, PEARSON, PRICHARD, LYLE ETC., http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=robert_walker&id=I623)

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County, Winnsboro P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1219 Page: 260: 1056 ---- G. B. PEARSON 30 M- Planter 7,200 13,840 SC. [Lives alone.]

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County, Winnsboro P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1496 Page: 225: 35 35 PEARSON Butler 40 M W Farmer SC; LYLES Sarah 44 F W Keeping house SC; [next page, 226] LYLES William 17 M W Farm manager SC; -- Florence 14 F W Attending school SC.
Note: George Butler's wife Sue LYLES and their daughter Minnie Boyce died before this census. Sarah LYLES and family's relation to G. B. is undetermined.

1880 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County, Twp 13; Series: T9 Roll: 1229 Page: 300: 568 568 PEARSON G. Butler W M 49 M Farmer SC -- --; -- Katie W F 29 Wife M Keeping house SC -- --; -- Mary Alston W F 7 Dau SC -- --; -- Lina (Emmaline) Herbert W F 5 Dau S SC -- --; -- Ellen M. W F 2 Dau S SC -- --; ARCHRY Combs B M 30? Laborer SC -- --. [G. B. PEARSON was the census enumerator for this page, recording his own family.]

George is buried in Monticello Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 44609310: :
SACRED
TO THE MEMORY OF
GEORGE BUTLER
PEARSON
BORN DECEMBER 20, 1829.
DIED JUNE 6, 1898.
HE NEVER TURNED HIS FACE
FROM ANY POOR MAN
SERVED IN ARMY AND NAVY C.S.A.

The memorial provides links to those of his wife, Katharine Saunders Pearson (1852 - 1906), and daughter, Emmeline Herbert Pearson (1875 - 1950).

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BUSH and Ella ALSTON




Husband BUSH 2238

         Born: Abt 1855
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Wife Ella ALSTON 2225

         Born: Abt 1856 - Georgia 2225
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       Father: Dr. John Theodore ALSTON (1826-1891) 2224,2225
       Mother: Emma R. COBB (1837-1908) 2224,2226




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Emma ALSTON




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Wife Emma ALSTON 2223

         Born: Abt 1880 - Georgia 2223
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       Father: Dr. John Theodore ALSTON (1826-1891) 2224,2225
       Mother: Emma R. COBB (1837-1908) 2224,2226




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Frances Kirkland ALSTON




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Wife Frances Kirkland ALSTON 2239

         Born: Abt 1855 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 2239
   Christened: 
         Died: 10 Jun 1876 - South Carolina
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       Father: Colonel William J. ALSTON, CSA (1802-1868) 2228,2239
       Mother: Susannah Pope COOK (Abt 1830-1870) 2204,2239




Children

General Notes: Wife - Frances Kirkland ALSTON

"Frances Kirkland, a girl of an unusually lovely character; firm, yet gentle and patient, who died June 10, 1876 at the home of her guardian, Major T. W. WOODWARD, endeared by her noble traits to all who knew her." (History of Fairfield County, p. 72)
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Francis William ALSTON




Husband Francis William ALSTON 1247

         Born: 10 Dec 1873 - Arkadelphia, Arkansas 1247
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 Apr 1875 - Arkadelphia, Arkansas 1247
       Buried:  - Arkadelphia, Arkansas 2240


       Father: Pvt. Warren Jourdan ALSTON, CSA (1844-1875) 1362,2207
       Mother: Sarah Elizabeth RUSSELL (1849-      ) 1457,1886





Wife

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

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George W. ALSTON




Husband George W. ALSTON 2223

         Born: Abt 1874 - Georgia 2223
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Dr. John Theodore ALSTON (1826-1891) 2224,2225
       Mother: Emma R. COBB (1837-1908) 2224,2226





Wife

         Born: 
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       Buried: 


Children

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Grover Cleveland ALSTON and Susie Mae WILLIFORD




Husband Grover Cleveland ALSTON 1886,2202

         Born: 24 Nov 1884 - Georgia 1937
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 May 1944
       Buried:  - Harmony Cemetery, Stewart County, Georgia


       Father: Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr. (1855-1933) 1886,2202,2206,2207
       Mother: Anna Bartow NICHOLSON (1862-1885) 1886,2206


     Marriage: 12 Nov 1907 2203



Wife Susie Mae WILLIFORD 1939,2203

         Born: Sep 1887 - Georgia 2241
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Louis C. WILLIFORD (1856-1928)
       Mother: Anna J. CARTER (1858-1926) 2241




Children
1 U ALSTON

         Born: Abt 1909 - Stewart County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: Abt 1909 - Stewart County, Georgia
       Buried: 



2 F Susie Mae ALSTON 1937

         Born: 17 Sep 1915 - Georgia 2216
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 F Anna Bartow ALSTON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Grover Cleveland ALSTON

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Richland; Series: T624 Roll: 209 Page: 104: 1 1 ALSTON Grover C. Head M W 25 M1 3 GA GA GA Clerk Drug; -- Susie M. Wife F W 22 M1 3 1 - GA GA GA; J___(?) Nellie Aunt(?) F W 56 Wd GA GA GA. [No children are named in the household, Grover and Susie's child is presumed to have died soon after birth. RLD] There is a James M. PICKETT, 12, named in the family of Clarence E. PICKETT, 20 20. This may be the same person who married Grover's half-sister, Bertha Helen, on 17 October 1920.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Sumter County, 745-Militia District (727, on actual page), as of 1 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 278 Page: 30: Alston Street X 10 11 ALSTON, G Cleave [sic] Head O F M W 34 M GA GA GA Pharmacist Drug store; -- Susie M. Wife 30 M GA GA GA; -- Susie M. Dau F W 43/12 S GA GA GA; -- Anna B. Dau F W 10/12 S GA GA GA.

Grover Cleveland ALSTON is buried in Harmony Cemetery, Richland, Stewart County, Georgia. A picture of his gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 58519162 created by Lois Hottinger on Sep 11, 2010:

GROVER CLEVELAND
ALSTON
NOV. 24, 1884
MAY 31, 1944

Sadly, in the Alston plot are three grave markers, each inscribed:
INFANT OF MR & MRS GROVER CLEVELAND ALSTON

Georgia Archives - Statistical Register - Biographical Questionaires, 1923-1993, Georgia Archives: C 141361: Alston, Grover Cleveland. [http://find.sos.state.ga.us/archon/?p=collections/findingaid&id=434&q=&rootcontentid=56286#id56286]




General Notes: Wife - Susie Mae WILLIFORD

Susie Mae WILLISTON married Grover Cleveland ALSTON.
A picture of her gravestone in Harmony Cemetery, Richland, Stewart County, Georgia, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 58519127 created by: Lois Hottinger on Sep 11, 2010:

SUSIE MAE WILLISTON
ALSTON
SEPT. 11, 1887
MAR. 10, 1966

Sadly, there are also three grave markers in the Alston plot, each inscribed:
INFANT OF MR & MRS GROVER CLEVELAND ALSTON


Notes: Marriage

History of Stewart Co., GA


General Notes: Child - ALSTON

This child is placed here in memory of the child born before 1910, presumed died soon after birth, because Grover Clevland ALSTON and Susie M. WILLIFORD have no child in their household in that census. 2203


General Notes: Child - Susie Mae ALSTON

"Lived in Richland, Georgia."
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James Jones BANKS and Hannah ALSTON




Husband James Jones BANKS

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 10 Dec 1812 - Elbert County, Georgia



Wife Hannah ALSTON 2221

         Born: 22 Dec 1786 - Orange, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 Apr 1852 - Macon, Bibb County, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: James ALSTON, Jr., RS-NC (1746-1815) 2221
       Mother: Grizel YANCEY (1752-1845) 2221




Children

General Notes: Wife - Hannah ALSTON

Provided by Eugenia Hobday, eugenia@iinet.net.au :
Hannah Alston
Born: 22 Dec 1787, Orange Co., NC
Daughter of Grizel (Gilly) Yancy and James Alston. [Sister of my ggggrandfather, John Alston.]
Marriage: James Jones Banks 10 Dec 1812, Elbert Co., Georgia
Died: 5 Apr 1853, Enon, Macon/Bullock Co., AL, at age 65
General Notes:
Birth info from Genealogical Record of the Banks Family..., 3rd ed., by Sarah B. Franklin, ed., 1972, p 81.
*
On 10 Dec 1812, James Banks married Hannah Alston. (Bible of Ralph Banks, as quoted in Genealogical Record of the Banks Family..., 3rd ed., Sarah B. Franklin, 1972, p 81)
*
After her marriage, her husband forbade Hannah from associating with her Alston family anymore. According to the source, this was due to religious differences. (book, "The Long Tree and Others," p 87) [The author of this article seems to make inferences about the motives of individuals which are difficult to evaluate objectively.]
(http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/vafdking/kimbr.htm)

"Methodist Bishop Francis Asbury reported that he frequently went to the home of Ralph Banks [J. J.Bank's father]. (The History of Georgia Methodism, 1786-1866, by Rev. George C. Smith, 1913, as quoted in History of Banks County, Georgia, p 40)"
Note: The Alstons were also members of the M. E. Church and friends of Bishop Asbury.

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MONTGOMERY and Irene C. ALSTON




Husband MONTGOMERY 2238

         Born: Abt 1865
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Irene C. ALSTON 2223

         Born: Abt 1870 - Georgia 2226
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Dr. John Theodore ALSTON (1826-1891) 2224,2225
       Mother: Emma R. COBB (1837-1908) 2224,2226




Children

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James ALSTON




Husband James ALSTON 1517

         Born: 22 Jan 1817 1517
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John Drew ALSTON (Abt 1794-1852) 1517
       Mother: Nancy Raines WYCHE (1799-      ) 1517





Wife

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Children

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James ALSTON




Husband James ALSTON

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 1848
       Buried: 


       Father: David ALSTON (      -      ) 2204
       Mother: 





Wife

         Born: 
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     Marriage: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - James ALSTON

"David ALSTON married and left three sons,... James died in 1848. The two last never married." [Some Prominent Fairfield Families, News & Herald, Winnsboro, S.C., Friday, July 5, 1901, http://genealogytrails.com/scar/fairfield/fairfield_hx.htm]
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James ALSTON and Frances KIRKLAND




Husband James ALSTON 2227

         Born: 1773
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 Aug 1841 2228
       Buried: 


       Father: John ALSTON, Sr. (      -      ) 2204
       Mother: Mary BOYD (      -      ) 2204


     Marriage: 7 Apr 1768



Wife Frances KIRKLAND 2228

         Born: 18 Aug 1777 - Fairfield District, South Carolina 2227
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 Nov 1823
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Elizabeth M. ALSTON 521,2227

         Born: 9 Dec 1799 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 2227
   Christened: 
         Died: 1868 - South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Dr. George Butler PEARSON, Sr. (1788-1867) 521,2227
         Marr: 29 Dec 1814 - South Carolina 2228


2 M Colonel William J. ALSTON, CSA 2228,2239

         Born: 21 Jul 1802 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 2242
   Christened: 
         Died: 4 Jul 1868 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 2242
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mariana BROWN (Cir 1805-      ) 2242
         Marr: Cir 1823
       Spouse: Susannah Pope COOK (Abt 1830-1870) 2204,2239
         Marr: 1852 2204



General Notes: Husband - James ALSTON

"James ALSTON married Frances KIRKLAND ; they had but two children: Elizabeth M. who married Dr. G. B. PEARSON; and Colonel William J. ALSTON. James ALSTON was a man of remarkable firmness of character and strength of mind. He amassed a large property and was ever noted for his charity and general nobility of disposition. He died in 1841. universally respected." [Some Prominent Fairfield Families, News & Herald, Winnsboro, S.C., Friday, July 5, 1901 , http://genealogytrails.com/scar/fairfield/fairfield_hx.htm]


General Notes: Child - Elizabeth M. ALSTON

In 1833, James ALSTON of Fairfield County, South Carolina gave 2,303 acres to his daughter Elisabeth Alston PEARSON. Family tradition says Elisabeth and her husband George Butler PEARSON constructed there "Fonti Flora" plantation prior to 1836. In 1849 the Pearson family placed "Fonti Flora" in trust for the use of Elisabeth PEARSON and her heirs. Her son George Butler PEARSON, Jr. took over farming the plantation until his death in 1898. George, Jr.'s son William Boyce PEARSON succeeded his father on the plantation. In 1976, "Fonti Flora" was nominated for the National Registry of historic Places and was at that time still occipied by descendants of the Pearson family.
[http://www.nationalregister.sc.gov/fairfield/S10817720011/S10817720011.pdf]


General Notes: Child - Colonel William J. ALSTON, CSA

"Colonel William J. ALSTON married again in 1823 Susan F. COOK, the beautiful and affable daughter of the late General Philip COOK. They had three children; Philip Cook, a most estimable youth , who died of Consumption in 1874; Frances Kirkland, a girl of an unusually lovely character; firm, yet gentle end patient, who died June 10, 1876 at the home of her guardian, Major T. W. WOODWARD, endeared by her noble traits to all who knew her, Joseph Kirkland ALSTON, the only surviving child of this marriage, was last year admitted to the bar of South Carolina, and is now engaged in the practice of law in Columbia, Mrs. Susan ALSTON died in 1870 in Spartenburg, whither she had gone to educate her three children." [History of Fairfield County, South Carolina, p. 72]

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County, Winnsboro P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1219 Page: 274: 1302 1302 W. J. ALSTON 57 M Planter 61,045 216,945 SC; Susan P. -- 30 F SC; M. K. -- 24 M SC; P. C. -- 6 M SC; Frances K. -- 5 F SC.
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James ALSTON, Sr. and Christian LILLINGTON




Husband James ALSTON, Sr. 2220

         Born: Abt 1726
   Christened: 
         Died: 1761
       Buried: 


       Father: John ALSTON (1673-1758) 2220
       Mother: Mary CLARK (      -      ) 2220


     Marriage: 



Wife Christian LILLINGTON 2221

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M James ALSTON, Jr., RS-NC 2221

         Born: 1746 2243
   Christened: 
         Died: 1815 - Elbert County, Georgia 2243
       Buried:  - Cedarwood Cemetery, Stewart County, Georgia 2243
       Spouse: Grizel YANCEY (1752-1845) 2221
         Marr: 1774


2 F Charity ALSTON 2220

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Lt. Col. William ALSTON, RS-NC (1736-1810) 2220
         Marr: 1774



General Notes: Child - James ALSTON, Jr., RS-NC

James ALSTON, Jr, served in the 3rd Battalion, North Carolina Brigade under Col. Jethro SUMMERS.

James married Grizel "Gilly" Yancey.

James is buried in Cedarwood Cemetery, Richland, Stewart County, Georgia. A picture of his gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 12319922 created by Christine Thacker on Nov 12, 2005:

JAMES
ALSTON
NORTH CAROLINA
PVT
NC MILITIA
REVOLUTIONARY
WAR
1746- 1815
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James ALSTON, Jr., RS-NC and Grizel YANCEY




Husband James ALSTON, Jr., RS-NC 2221

         Born: 1746 2243
   Christened: 
         Died: 1815 - Elbert County, Georgia 2243
       Buried:  - Cedarwood Cemetery, Stewart County, Georgia 2243


       Father: James ALSTON, Sr. (Abt 1726-1761) 2220
       Mother: Christian LILLINGTON (      -      ) 2221


     Marriage: 1774



Wife Grizel YANCEY 2221

         Born: 11 Apr 1752 - Edgecombe County, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 Nov 1845 - Monroe, Georgia
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Nathaniel ALSTON 2220

         Born: 1775 - Orange, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1852 - Marengo, Alabama
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Gray JEFFERYS (1779-1846)
         Marr: Mar 1800


2 F Charity ALSTON 2220

         Born: 1777 - Orange, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1828 - Elbert County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James BANKS (      -      )


3 F Sarah ALSTON 2220

         Born: 21 Mar 1779 - Orange, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 Jun 1861 - South Carolina
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Joseph GROVES (      -      )
         Marr: Sep 1797


4 F Martha ALSTON 2220

         Born: 14 Dec 1781 - Orange, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 Jul 1854 - Culloden, Monroe County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


5 F Hannah ALSTON 2221

         Born: 22 Dec 1786 - Orange, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 5 Apr 1852 - Macon, Bibb County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James Jones BANKS (      -      )
         Marr: 10 Dec 1812 - Elbert County, Georgia


6 F Elizabeth ALSTON

         Born: 1787 - Orange, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



7 M John ALSTON III

         Born: 17 May 1790 - Orange, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 1835 - Texas
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Charity TATE (Abt 1790-1835) 2244
         Marr: 4 Oct 1810 - Elbert County, Georgia 2244
       Spouse: McGINTY (      -      ) 2238
         Marr: After 1835



General Notes: Husband - James ALSTON, Jr., RS-NC

James ALSTON, Jr, served in the 3rd Battalion, North Carolina Brigade under Col. Jethro SUMMERS.

James married Grizel "Gilly" Yancey.

James is buried in Cedarwood Cemetery, Richland, Stewart County, Georgia. A picture of his gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 12319922 created by Christine Thacker on Nov 12, 2005:

JAMES
ALSTON
NORTH CAROLINA
PVT
NC MILITIA
REVOLUTIONARY
WAR
1746- 1815


General Notes: Wife - Grizel YANCEY

Grizel "Gilly" YANCEY's birth date, calculated from her age at death, was 11 Apr 1752 . She was in North Carolina and married James ALSTON, RS, NC, in 1774. They moved to Georgia after the Revolutionary War.

James died in 1815 in Elbert County, Georgia.

Grizel is buried in Culloden City Cemetery, Culloden, Monroe County, Georgia. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 41942800 created by Donnie Daniel on Sep 14, 2009:

In memory of
GILLY
consort of
JAMES ALSTON
who departed this life
Nov. 8th, 1845,
Aged 93 years, 6 months,
& 28 days.
She died in the Lord.


General Notes: Child - Hannah ALSTON

Provided by Eugenia Hobday, eugenia@iinet.net.au :
Hannah Alston
Born: 22 Dec 1787, Orange Co., NC
Daughter of Grizel (Gilly) Yancy and James Alston. [Sister of my ggggrandfather, John Alston.]
Marriage: James Jones Banks 10 Dec 1812, Elbert Co., Georgia
Died: 5 Apr 1853, Enon, Macon/Bullock Co., AL, at age 65
General Notes:
Birth info from Genealogical Record of the Banks Family..., 3rd ed., by Sarah B. Franklin, ed., 1972, p 81.
*
On 10 Dec 1812, James Banks married Hannah Alston. (Bible of Ralph Banks, as quoted in Genealogical Record of the Banks Family..., 3rd ed., Sarah B. Franklin, 1972, p 81)
*
After her marriage, her husband forbade Hannah from associating with her Alston family anymore. According to the source, this was due to religious differences. (book, "The Long Tree and Others," p 87) [The author of this article seems to make inferences about the motives of individuals which are difficult to evaluate objectively.]
(http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/vafdking/kimbr.htm)

"Methodist Bishop Francis Asbury reported that he frequently went to the home of Ralph Banks [J. J.Bank's father]. (The History of Georgia Methodism, 1786-1866, by Rev. George C. Smith, 1913, as quoted in History of Banks County, Georgia, p 40)"
Note: The Alstons were also members of the M. E. Church and friends of Bishop Asbury.

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James Asbury ALSTON and Rebecca Jane NORWOOD




Husband James Asbury ALSTON 2244

         Born: 10 Jan 1815 - Abbeville District, South Carolina 2244
   Christened: 
         Died: 1853 - Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: John ALSTON III (1790-1835)
       Mother: Charity TATE (Abt 1790-1835) 2244


     Marriage: Apr 1838 - Monroe County, Georgia



Wife Rebecca Jane NORWOOD 2244

         Born: 12 Aug 1822 - Charlotte, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 F Mary J. ALSTON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: JORDAN (living)


2 M Joseph A. ALSTON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M James M. ALSTON

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M John M. ALSTON

         Born: 16 Jun 1850 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Willie B. BRIGGS (Abt 1865-      )
         Marr: 18 Apr 1883 - Barbour County, Alabama


5 M W. A. ALSTON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - James Asbury ALSTON

Barbour County AlArchives Biographies.....John M. ALSTON June 16 1850 - ? Copyright. All rights reserved. http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/al/alfiles.htm
File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by: Ann Anderson alabammygrammy@aol.com May 11, 2004, 10:59 pm Author: Brant & Fuller (1893)
JOHN M. ALSTON is descended paternally from an old Georgia family, and on the mother's side takes his ancestry from Wales. His great-grandfather was James ALSTON, who married a YANCEY, a member of the same family to which the great statesman and orator of that name belonged. John ALSTON, son of James A. ALSTON, had a son by the name of James A. ALSTON, who was born in Elbert county, Ga., in the year 1815. James ALSTON was taken when a lad to Marengo county, Ala., and early in the thirties returned to Georgia, locating in the county of Monroe, where in April, 1838, he married Rebecca J. NORWOOD, daughter of Caleb NORWOOD, whose father, John NORWOOD, came from Wales in an early day and settled in North Carolina. James A. ALSTON and family lived in Georgia until his death in 1853, and his widow subsequently removed to Sumter county, Ga., thence, in 1874, the family came to Alabama, settling in Barbour county, near the village of Spring Hill. Mr. ALSTON served in the Indian war of 1836, and it was from the effects of disease contracted while in the army that his death was caused. Mrs. ALSTON was born in the town of Charlotte, N. C., December 8, 1822, and in 1825, was taken by her parents to Tennessee, in which state the family lived till 1829, when they removed to Talboton county, Ga., thence in 1836, to the county of Monroe, where, as already stated, she met and married Mr. ALSTON. James A. and Rebecca ALSTON became the parents of five children, namely: Mrs. Mary J. JORDAN, deceased; Joseph A., deceased; James M., John M. and W. A. John M. ALSTON was born June 16, 1850, in Georgia, and after obtaining a fair English education began clerking at the age of twenty-one for an agricultural firm in the city of Atlanta. Subsequently he removed to Sumter county, Ga., and there farmed for five years, at the end of which time he changed his residence to Barbour county, Ala., locating near Spring Hill, where he now owns a fine plantation, consisting of 3,000 acres of very valuable land. Mr. ALSTON has paid much attention to agriculture, and as a result of close study and intelligent observance has become one of the most thorough and prosperous planters in Barbour county. He impresses all with whom he comes in contact as a man of strong character, and as a citizen few people in the community stand higher in the estimation of the public. For some years Mr. ALSTON has taken much interest in politics, which he thinks should be lifted from the present depth of degradation into which it has fallen in Alabama, and while a firm supporter of the principles of the democratic party believes that only good men and true should be preferred for official positions. He has attended every county convention since becoming a resident of Barbour county, and his wise counsel has frequently been of great value in shaping the course of local affairs, and bringing to the front the most competent and available candidates. He is also greatly interested in religious work and has always been found on the side of measures looking to the moral and intellectual enlightenment of the community. He has filled several offices in the Methodist church, with which he has for many years been identified, holding at this time the position of steward and Sunday school superintendet. Mr. ALSTON was happily married, April 18, 1883, in Barbour county, to Willie B., daughter of Rev. A. J. BRIGGS, and is now the father of four children: James Briggs, deceased; William B., Daisy McFARLAND, and Jane Norwood.
Additional Comments: from "Memorial Record of Alabama"
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James Briggs ALSTON




Husband James Briggs ALSTON

         Born: Cir 1885
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John M. ALSTON (1850-      )
       Mother: Willie B. BRIGGS (Abt 1865-      )





Wife

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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Children

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James Henry ALSTON




Husband James Henry ALSTON 2242

         Born: Cir 1825
   Christened: 
         Died: Cir 1825
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel William J. ALSTON, CSA (1802-1868) 2228,2239
       Mother: Mariana BROWN (Cir 1805-      ) 2242





Wife

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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Children

General Notes: Husband - James Henry ALSTON

"died when a child"
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James M. ALSTON




Husband James M. ALSTON

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: James Asbury ALSTON (1815-1853) 2244
       Mother: Rebecca Jane NORWOOD (1822-      ) 2244





Wife

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

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Jane ALSTON




Husband

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



Wife Jane ALSTON 2204

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John ALSTON, Sr. (      -      ) 2204
       Mother: Mary BOYD (      -      ) 2204




Children

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Jane Norwood ALSTON




Husband

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



Wife Jane Norwood ALSTON

         Born: Cir 1893
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John M. ALSTON (1850-      )
       Mother: Willie B. BRIGGS (Abt 1865-      )




Children

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John ALSTON




Husband John ALSTON 2204

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John ALSTON, Sr. (      -      ) 2204
       Mother: Mary BOYD (      -      ) 2204





Wife

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

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John ALSTON, Sr. and Mary BOYD




Husband John ALSTON, Sr. 2204

         Born:  - England
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 7 Apr 1768 2204



Wife Mary BOYD 2204

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children
1 M Samuel ALSTON 2204

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 F Margaret ALSTON 2204

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Samuel McKINSTRY (      -      )


3 F Mary ALSTON 2204

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M James ALSTON 2227

         Born: 1773
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 Aug 1841 2228
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Frances KIRKLAND (1777-1823) 2228
         Marr: 7 Apr 1768


5 M David ALSTON 2204

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



6 F Jane ALSTON 2204

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



7 F Agnes ALSTON 2204

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



8 F Anne ALSTON 2204

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James OWENS (      -      )


9 M John ALSTON 2204

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - John ALSTON, Sr.

"John ALSTON Sr., grandfather of Colonel William J. ALSTON and Mrs. PEARSON, belonged to an English family, though when he came to this country, he came from Scotland. He was a graduate of Glasgow University, and by profession a civil engineer. His commission from the crown as an engineer was destroyed in the house of Colonel William J. ALSTON, which was burned by SHERMAN's vandals in February 1865, He was married to Mary BOYD April 7, 1768. The names of the children were; Charney Margaret, Mary, James, David, Jane, Agnes, Anne, John, and several who died in infancy..." (History of Fairfield County, p. 72) (NOTE: "Charnel" appears should be "Samuel" who is later mentioned in the text. RLD.)


General Notes: Child - Samuel ALSTON

This record may or may not be for this Samuel ALSTON:
Published election returns for the South Carolina Legislature list: "For Fairfield, Representatives - William STROTHER, Samuel ALSTON. [South Carolina State Gazette,October 18, 1806]


General Notes: Child - James ALSTON

"James ALSTON married Frances KIRKLAND ; they had but two children: Elizabeth M. who married Dr. G. B. PEARSON; and Colonel William J. ALSTON. James ALSTON was a man of remarkable firmness of character and strength of mind. He amassed a large property and was ever noted for his charity and general nobility of disposition. He died in 1841. universally respected." [Some Prominent Fairfield Families, News & Herald, Winnsboro, S.C., Friday, July 5, 1901 , http://genealogytrails.com/scar/fairfield/fairfield_hx.htm]


General Notes: Child - David ALSTON

"David ALSTON married and left three sons, John , who was for a time principal of the Mount Zion College, and who died in Winnsboro , in 1859; William L., who perished with Fanning's men March 27, 1846, in the fort Golied, Texas. James died in 1848. The two last never married." [Some Prominent Fairfield Families, News & Herald, Winnsboro, S.C., Friday, July 5, 1901, http://genealogytrails.com/scar/fairfield/fairfield_hx.htm]


General Notes: Child - Anne ALSTON

"Anne ALSTON, daughter of John ALSTON and Mary BOYD, married James OWENS and became the mother of Alston, Samuel , James, William, Jesse and Mary OWENS. She was a noble hearted woman and lived to an old age. Her children all had sterling qualities of head and heart." [Some Prominent Fairfield Families, News & Herald, Winnsboro, S.C., Friday, July 5, 1901 , http://genealogytrails.com/scar/fairfield/fairfield_hx.htm]
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John ALSTON




Husband John ALSTON

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         Died: 1859 - Fairfield County, South Carolina
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       Father: David ALSTON (      -      ) 2204
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General Notes: Husband - John ALSTON

"David ALSTON married and left three sons, John , who was for a time principal of the Mount Zion College, and who died in Winnsboro , in 1859..." [Some Prominent Fairfield Families, News & Herald, Winnsboro, S.C., Friday, July 5, 1901, http://genealogytrails.com/scar/fairfield/fairfield_hx.htm]
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John ALSTON III and Charity TATE




Husband John ALSTON III

         Born: 17 May 1790 - Orange, North Carolina
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         Died: 1835 - Texas
       Buried: 


       Father: James ALSTON, Jr., RS-NC (1746-1815) 2221
       Mother: Grizel YANCEY (1752-1845) 2221


     Marriage: 4 Oct 1810 - Elbert County, Georgia 2244

 Other Spouse: McGINTY (      -      ) 2238 - After 1835



Wife Charity TATE 2244

         Born: Abt 1790 - Elbert County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 Sep 1835 - Culloden, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: James TATE, RS-VA (Cir 1746-1798)
       Mother: Rebecca HUDSON (1742-1816)




Children
1 M James Asbury ALSTON 2244

         Born: 10 Jan 1815 - Abbeville District, South Carolina 2244
   Christened: 
         Died: 1853 - Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Rebecca Jane NORWOOD (1822-      ) 2244
         Marr: Apr 1838 - Monroe County, Georgia


2 M Joseph Edwin ALSTON 2244

         Born: 3 Jan 1818 - Abbeville District, South Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 Sep 1894 - Culloden, Georgia
       Buried:  - Methodist Cemetery
       Spouse: Bethal HARVEY (1828-      ) 2244
         Marr: Abt 1836


3 M Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Sr. 2245,2246

         Born: 7 Jul 1820 - Abbeville District, South Carolina 2247
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 Dec 1890 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Harmony Cemetery, Richland, Georgia
       Spouse: Catherine Lucretia JOURDAN (1825-1863) 2207,2246,2248
         Marr: 1 Jul 1840 - Jackson County, Georgia 2247


4 M William Samuel ALSTON 2249

         Born: 13 Dec 1825 2222
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5 M Dr. John Theodore ALSTON 2224,2225

         Born: 13 Dec 1826 - Culloden, Georgia 2222
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 Dec 1891 - Webster County, Georgia 2222
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Emma R. COBB (1837-1908) 2224,2226
         Marr: 15 Aug 1854 - Chattahoochee County, Georgia 2249


6 F Rebecca Caroline ALSTON 2249

         Born: 12 Feb 1828 1937
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         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Dr.  RYALLS (      -      )
         Marr: Abt 1842



General Notes: Child - James Asbury ALSTON

Barbour County AlArchives Biographies.....John M. ALSTON June 16 1850 - ? Copyright. All rights reserved. http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/al/alfiles.htm
File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by: Ann Anderson alabammygrammy@aol.com May 11, 2004, 10:59 pm Author: Brant & Fuller (1893)
JOHN M. ALSTON is descended paternally from an old Georgia family, and on the mother's side takes his ancestry from Wales. His great-grandfather was James ALSTON, who married a YANCEY, a member of the same family to which the great statesman and orator of that name belonged. John ALSTON, son of James A. ALSTON, had a son by the name of James A. ALSTON, who was born in Elbert county, Ga., in the year 1815. James ALSTON was taken when a lad to Marengo county, Ala., and early in the thirties returned to Georgia, locating in the county of Monroe, where in April, 1838, he married Rebecca J. NORWOOD, daughter of Caleb NORWOOD, whose father, John NORWOOD, came from Wales in an early day and settled in North Carolina. James A. ALSTON and family lived in Georgia until his death in 1853, and his widow subsequently removed to Sumter county, Ga., thence, in 1874, the family came to Alabama, settling in Barbour county, near the village of Spring Hill. Mr. ALSTON served in the Indian war of 1836, and it was from the effects of disease contracted while in the army that his death was caused. Mrs. ALSTON was born in the town of Charlotte, N. C., December 8, 1822, and in 1825, was taken by her parents to Tennessee, in which state the family lived till 1829, when they removed to Talboton county, Ga., thence in 1836, to the county of Monroe, where, as already stated, she met and married Mr. ALSTON. James A. and Rebecca ALSTON became the parents of five children, namely: Mrs. Mary J. JORDAN, deceased; Joseph A., deceased; James M., John M. and W. A. John M. ALSTON was born June 16, 1850, in Georgia, and after obtaining a fair English education began clerking at the age of twenty-one for an agricultural firm in the city of Atlanta. Subsequently he removed to Sumter county, Ga., and there farmed for five years, at the end of which time he changed his residence to Barbour county, Ala., locating near Spring Hill, where he now owns a fine plantation, consisting of 3,000 acres of very valuable land. Mr. ALSTON has paid much attention to agriculture, and as a result of close study and intelligent observance has become one of the most thorough and prosperous planters in Barbour county. He impresses all with whom he comes in contact as a man of strong character, and as a citizen few people in the community stand higher in the estimation of the public. For some years Mr. ALSTON has taken much interest in politics, which he thinks should be lifted from the present depth of degradation into which it has fallen in Alabama, and while a firm supporter of the principles of the democratic party believes that only good men and true should be preferred for official positions. He has attended every county convention since becoming a resident of Barbour county, and his wise counsel has frequently been of great value in shaping the course of local affairs, and bringing to the front the most competent and available candidates. He is also greatly interested in religious work and has always been found on the side of measures looking to the moral and intellectual enlightenment of the community. He has filled several offices in the Methodist church, with which he has for many years been identified, holding at this time the position of steward and Sunday school superintendet. Mr. ALSTON was happily married, April 18, 1883, in Barbour county, to Willie B., daughter of Rev. A. J. BRIGGS, and is now the father of four children: James Briggs, deceased; William B., Daisy McFARLAND, and Jane Norwood.
Additional Comments: from "Memorial Record of Alabama"


General Notes: Child - Joseph Edwin ALSTON

Joseph Edwin ALSTON was buried in the Methodist Cemetery in Culloden, Georgia, in the same lot as his Gilly Yancy ALSTON, his paternal grandmother.


General Notes: Child - Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Sr.

Nathaniel Charles ALSTON was born 1 July 1820 in Abbeville District, South Carolina. He was raised in Elbert County, Georgia by his grandmother, Gilly Yancey ALSTON. He was trained as a physician at Jefferson College and moved to Gainesville, Georgia in 1840. He married Catherine Lucretia JORDAN in 1840 and moved to Enon, Alabama, but did not stay long . They then moved to Stewart County, Georgia in 1842 where they remained and had their three children. He was one of the first physicians in the Richland area and had a wide practice. Dr. N. C. ALSTON, Sr. after settling first in Richland in 1844 (lived in a home that stood where the Roy HOLLOMANs lived in 1932), later moved to Preston. Then, at the Harrell Place near Richland, about 1860, bought a farm on Slaughter Creek and lived there for several years. (S-W Journal 30 Dec 1932)
During the War Between the States, Dr. ALSTON was in Atlanta , caring for the massive number of the wounded brought there. See " History of Stewart County" , page 396, 624 by Helen Eliza Terrell for biography.

While his son, Warren Jourdan ALSTON, was home on furlough from the Army of Virginia in 1863, his wife Catherine died of typhoid fever.

Dr. ALSTON was at one time the President of the GA Medical Association. (Stewart-Webster Journal, 3 Feb 1933) He had a place in Red Hill Community where one store over 100 years old was still standing in 1932. There was also a school there, built about 1837, for which Dr. Jubilee SMITH had donated the land.

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Lumpkin P O; Series: M653 Roll: 136 Page: 347:
93 94 N. C. ALSTON 40 M Physician ---- 20,000 --; Catherine " 33 F --; Warren J. " 14 M --; Nathaniel C. " 4 M --.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Green Hill P O; Series: M593 Roll: 174 Page: 152: 2403 2364 ALSTEN Nathaniel 50 M W Physician 1600 500 SC; -- Geraldine 24 F W Keeping house GA; -- Charles 15 M W Goes to school GA; -- James 14 M B Domestic Svt MS; -- Cornelia 8 F M Domestic Svt GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Richland; Series: T9 Roll: 165 Page: 480: 360 396 ALSTEN N. C. Sr. W M 58 Wd Doctor SC SC SC. (Lives alone.)

Nathaniel Charles and Catherine Lucretia Jourdan ALSTON are buried in Harmony Cemetery in Richland, Georgia.


General Notes: Child - Dr. John Theodore ALSTON

John Theodore ALSTON was one of the first doctors of Chattahoochee and Webster counties, Georgia. He volunteered his services in the War Between the States, but because of a shortage of doctors in Chattahoochee County, he was sent there to serve in the place where he had practiced before moving to Webster County.
He and Emma COBB hada son, Edgar Leonard ALSTON (1872-1945).

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Lumpkin P O; Series: M653 Roll: 136 Page: 350:
12 13 J. T. ALSTON 32 M Physician ---- 2450 GA;
Emma " 20 F GA;
Ella " 4 F GA;
John " 1 M GA.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Chattahoochee County, Cusseta District; Series: M593 Roll: 142 Page: 29:
135 133 ALSTON John T. 45 M W Physician 1600 1030 GA;
-- Emma R. 32 F W Keeping house GA;
-- Mary E. 14 F W Attndg school GA;
-- John T. 10 M W Attendg school GA;
-- Joseph O. 7 M W GA;
-- William J. 4 M W GA;
-- Robert L. 2 M W GA;
-- Irene 4/12 F W GA;
RYALS Rebecca C. 42 F W House keeper GA;
RYALS William 12 M W Farm lab. GA;
ALSTON Alice 10 F B Dom servant GA;
ALSTON Marshal 6 M B GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Webster County, Militia District 1092; Series: T9 Roll: 171 Page: 494:
349 349 ALSTON John T. W M 55 M Physician + Farmer GA GA GA;
-- Emma R. W F 42 Wife M Keeping house GA GA GA;
-- Joseph W M 17 Son S At school GA GA GA;
--William J. W M 14 Son S Laborer GA GA GA;
-- Robert L. W M 12 Son S Laborer GA GA GA;
-- Irene C. W F 10 Dau S At school GA GA GA;
-- Egar [sic] W M 8 Son S At school GA GA GA;
-- George W. W M 6 Son S At home GA GA GA;
-- Nathaniel C. W M 4 Son S At home GA GA GA;
-- Emma W F 4/12 Dau S At home GA GA GA.
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John ALSTON III and McGINTY




Husband John ALSTON III

         Born: 17 May 1790 - Orange, North Carolina
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         Died: 1835 - Texas
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       Father: James ALSTON, Jr., RS-NC (1746-1815) 2221
       Mother: Grizel YANCEY (1752-1845) 2221


     Marriage: After 1835

 Other Spouse: Charity TATE (Abt 1790-1835) 2244 - 4 Oct 1810 - Elbert County, Georgia 2244



Wife McGINTY 2238

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Children
1 F Susan Eaves ALSTON 2244

         Born: After 1835
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       Spouse: Alpheus M. CHADWICK (living)



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John ALSTON and Mary CLARK




Husband John ALSTON 2220

         Born: 1673
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         Died: 1758
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Wife Mary CLARK 2220

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Children
1 M James ALSTON, Sr. 2220

         Born: Abt 1726
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         Died: 1761
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       Spouse: Christian LILLINGTON (      -      ) 2221


2 M Soloman ALSTON 2220

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       Spouse: Ann HINTON (      -      ) 2220
         Marr: Abt 1729



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John Drew ALSTON and Nancy Raines WYCHE




Husband John Drew ALSTON 1517

         Born: Abt 1794 - Chatham County, North Carolina
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         Died: 25 Jan 1852 - Dallas, Dallas County, Texas
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     Marriage: 4 Mar 1813 1517



Wife Nancy Raines WYCHE 1517

         Born: 27 Feb 1799 - Richmond County, Georgia 1517
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       Father: Littleton WYCHE, Sr. (1772-1834) 1517
       Mother: Susannah MITCHELL (1780-1850) 1517




Children
1 M Thomas Mitchell ALSTON 1517

         Born: 30 Dec 1814 1517
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2 M James ALSTON 1517

         Born: 22 Jan 1817 1517
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3 F Eliza ALSTON 1517

         Born: 30 May 1819 1517
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4 M Philip ALSTON 1517

         Born: 4 Dec 1821 1517
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John M. ALSTON and Willie B. BRIGGS




Husband John M. ALSTON

         Born: 16 Jun 1850 - Georgia
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       Father: James Asbury ALSTON (1815-1853) 2244
       Mother: Rebecca Jane NORWOOD (1822-      ) 2244


     Marriage: 18 Apr 1883 - Barbour County, Alabama



Wife Willie B. BRIGGS

         Born: Abt 1865
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Children
1 M James Briggs ALSTON

         Born: Cir 1885
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2 F William B. ALSTON

         Born: Cir 1888
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3 F Daisy ALSTON

         Born: 
   Christened: Cir 1890
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       Spouse: McFARLAND (Cir 1885-      )


4 F Jane Norwood ALSTON

         Born: Cir 1893
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John T. ALSTON




Husband John T. ALSTON 2226

         Born: Abt 1859 - Georgia 2225
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       Father: Dr. John Theodore ALSTON (1826-1891) 2224,2225
       Mother: Emma R. COBB (1837-1908) 2224,2226





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Dr. John Theodore ALSTON and Emma R. COBB




Husband Dr. John Theodore ALSTON 2224,2225

         Born: 13 Dec 1826 - Culloden, Georgia 2222
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         Died: 2 Dec 1891 - Webster County, Georgia 2222
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       Father: John ALSTON III (1790-1835)
       Mother: Charity TATE (Abt 1790-1835) 2244


     Marriage: 15 Aug 1854 - Chattahoochee County, Georgia 2249



Wife Emma R. COBB 2224,2226

         Born: 24 Nov 1837 - Georgia
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         Died: 28 Sep 1908
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Children
1 F Ella ALSTON 2225

         Born: Abt 1856 - Georgia 2225
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       Spouse: BUSH (Abt 1855-      ) 2238


2 M John T. ALSTON 2226

         Born: Abt 1859 - Georgia 2225
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3 M Joseph O. ALSTON 2226

         Born: Abt 1863 - Georgia 2226
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4 M William J. ALSTON 2226

         Born: Abt 1866 - Georgia 2226
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5 M Robert L. ALSTON 2226

         Born: Abt 1868 - Georgia 2226
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6 F Irene C. ALSTON 2223

         Born: Abt 1870 - Georgia 2226
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       Spouse: MONTGOMERY (Abt 1865-      ) 2238


7 M Edgar Leonard ALSTON 2222,2223

         Born: 1872 - Georgia 2222
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         Died: 1945 2222
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8 M George W. ALSTON 2223

         Born: Abt 1874 - Georgia 2223
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9 M Nathaniel C. ALSTON 2223

         Born: Abt 1876 - Georgia 2223
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10 F Emma ALSTON 2223

         Born: Abt 1880 - Georgia 2223
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General Notes: Husband - Dr. John Theodore ALSTON

John Theodore ALSTON was one of the first doctors of Chattahoochee and Webster counties, Georgia. He volunteered his services in the War Between the States, but because of a shortage of doctors in Chattahoochee County, he was sent there to serve in the place where he had practiced before moving to Webster County.
He and Emma COBB hada son, Edgar Leonard ALSTON (1872-1945).

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Lumpkin P O; Series: M653 Roll: 136 Page: 350:
12 13 J. T. ALSTON 32 M Physician ---- 2450 GA;
Emma " 20 F GA;
Ella " 4 F GA;
John " 1 M GA.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Chattahoochee County, Cusseta District; Series: M593 Roll: 142 Page: 29:
135 133 ALSTON John T. 45 M W Physician 1600 1030 GA;
-- Emma R. 32 F W Keeping house GA;
-- Mary E. 14 F W Attndg school GA;
-- John T. 10 M W Attendg school GA;
-- Joseph O. 7 M W GA;
-- William J. 4 M W GA;
-- Robert L. 2 M W GA;
-- Irene 4/12 F W GA;
RYALS Rebecca C. 42 F W House keeper GA;
RYALS William 12 M W Farm lab. GA;
ALSTON Alice 10 F B Dom servant GA;
ALSTON Marshal 6 M B GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Webster County, Militia District 1092; Series: T9 Roll: 171 Page: 494:
349 349 ALSTON John T. W M 55 M Physician + Farmer GA GA GA;
-- Emma R. W F 42 Wife M Keeping house GA GA GA;
-- Joseph W M 17 Son S At school GA GA GA;
--William J. W M 14 Son S Laborer GA GA GA;
-- Robert L. W M 12 Son S Laborer GA GA GA;
-- Irene C. W F 10 Dau S At school GA GA GA;
-- Egar [sic] W M 8 Son S At school GA GA GA;
-- George W. W M 6 Son S At home GA GA GA;
-- Nathaniel C. W M 4 Son S At home GA GA GA;
-- Emma W F 4/12 Dau S At home GA GA GA.
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Joseph A. ALSTON




Husband Joseph A. ALSTON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: James Asbury ALSTON (1815-1853)
       Mother: Rebecca Jane NORWOOD (1822-      )





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Joseph Edwin ALSTON and Bethal HARVEY




Husband Joseph Edwin ALSTON 2244

         Born: 3 Jan 1818 - Abbeville District, South Carolina
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         Died: 24 Sep 1894 - Culloden, Georgia
       Buried:  - Methodist Cemetery


       Father: John ALSTON III (1790-1835)
       Mother: Charity TATE (Abt 1790-1835) 2244


     Marriage: Abt 1836



Wife Bethal HARVEY 2244

         Born: 4 Apr 1828
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Children

General Notes: Husband - Joseph Edwin ALSTON

Joseph Edwin ALSTON was buried in the Methodist Cemetery in Culloden, Georgia, in the same lot as his Gilly Yancy ALSTON, his paternal grandmother.
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Colonel Joseph Kirkland ALSTON and Isabel Bratton McCAW




Husband Colonel Joseph Kirkland ALSTON 2250

         Born: Abt 1861 - South Carolina 2251
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 Oct 1898
       Buried:  - York County, South Carolina


       Father: Colonel William J. ALSTON, CSA (1802-1868) 2228,2239
       Mother: Susannah Pope COOK (Abt 1830-1870) 2204,2239


     Marriage: 



Wife Isabel Bratton McCAW

         Born: Cir 1863
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General Notes: Husband - Colonel Joseph Kirkland ALSTON

Joseph Kirkland ALSTON was a son of Colonel William J. ALSTON and Susannah Pope COOK.

Colonel Joseph K. ALSTON served in the South Carolina Militia during the Spanish-American War. "The First Regiment of Infantry was mustered in June 2nd, 1000 strong, with Joseph K. ALSTON, colonel, and James H. TILMAN, lieutenant colonel.... Colonel ALSTON died before the regiment was mustered out, and was an unusually efficient and popular officer. He was a Fairfield County man, who had been educated at Carolina Militart Institute, Charlotte, and at the Virginia Military Institute. He had been an active member of the Richland Volunteers before he settled in Columbia to study law, and established the successful firm of ALSTON & PATTON before the war. In 1897 he was commissioned captain by Governor ELLERBE and colonel at the muster-in of the First Regiment." The First Regiment was sent to Florida and was not sent to Cuba. While in camp, Colonel ALSTON became ill and died on October 21, 1898. [History of South Carolina, Yates Snowden, Harry Gardner Cutler, p. 1041]

"ALSTON, JOSEPH KIRKLAND, 37, Yorkville, h/o Isabel Bratton McCaw, s/o Susannah Cook Alston and William J. Alston, GI Oct 27, 1898, p2, 5" (Obituaries 1898 - Greenwood Index (GI) - file revised July 11, 2005, Abstracted and compiled by John Robert Young, http://www.greenwoodcountylibrary.org/obits/obit1898.html)
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Joseph O. ALSTON




Husband Joseph O. ALSTON 2226

         Born: Abt 1863 - Georgia 2226
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       Father: Dr. John Theodore ALSTON (1826-1891) 2224,2225
       Mother: Emma R. COBB (1837-1908) 2224,2226





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Katherine ALSTON




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Wife Katherine ALSTON 1937

         Born: 9 Aug 1893 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
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         Died: 28 Dec 1896 1937
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       Father: Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr. (1855-1933) 1886,2202,2206,2207
       Mother: Bertha CLEGG (1865-1944) 1886,2215




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Kirkland ALSTON




Husband Kirkland ALSTON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Colonel William J. ALSTON, CSA (1802-1868)
       Mother: Mariana BROWN (Cir 1805-      )





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Lorenzo Russell ALSTON and Mae Leah ROSSER




Husband Lorenzo Russell ALSTON 1520,1521

          AKA: Russell L. AUSTIN 1246
         Born: 16 Jul 1869 - Arkadelphia, Arkansas 2218
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 Mar 1950 - Jackson County, Alabama 1247
       Buried:  - Stevenson City Cemetery


       Father: Pvt. Warren Jourdan ALSTON, CSA (1844-1875) 1362,2207
       Mother: Sarah Elizabeth RUSSELL (1849-      ) 1457,1886


     Marriage: 6 Jul 1902 1247



Wife Mae Leah ROSSER 1519

         Born: 12 Dec 1868 - Alabama 1247
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         Died: 23 Dec 1952 1247
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       Father: Walter ROSSER (Abt 1827-Bef 1910) 1247
       Mother: Mary E. (Abt 1841-After 1920) 1247




Children
1 M Rosser R. ALSTON 1519

          AKA: Rosser AUSTIN 1246
         Born: 26 Mar 1905 - Alabama 1247
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Jan 1979 1247
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Azile PARKER (1918-1997) 1247
         Marr: Abt 1946



General Notes: Husband - Lorenzo Russell ALSTON

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Jackson County, Stephenson, 15 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 16 Page: 42: College Street 7 7 ROSSER, Mary E. Head 69 Wd 3 2 MS TN TN; ALSTON, Russell L. Son-in-law 40 M1 7 Farmer/Truck Farm GA GA GA; -- May R. Dau 40 M1 7 1 1 AL Wales MS; -- Rosser R. Gson 5 AL GA AL; HOPKINS, Lizzie Lodger 40 S Milliner/ Gen Store AL TN TN.
1920 U.S. Census, Alabama, Jackson County, Stephenson; Series: T625 Roll: 18 Page: 206: 477 477 ROSSER Mary E. Head O F F W 79 Wd MS TN TN; -- Walter W. Son M W 43 M AL Wales MS Physician medical; -- Mae Dau-in-law F W 42 M AL AL AL; AUSTIN Russell L. Son-in-law M W 51 M AL GA AL Mail carrier Government; -- Mae Dau F W 50 M AL Wales MS; -- Rosser Grandson M W 14 SAL AL AL. (Note: Russell is ALSTON in other censuses.)


General Notes: Child - Rosser R. ALSTON

Rosser R. ALSTON is buried in Stevenson City Cemetery, Stevenson, Jackson County, Alabama.Find A Grave Memorial# 50702934 created by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Apr 06, 2010 records his birth on Mar. 20, 1905 and death on Jan. 22, 1979.
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Samuel McKINSTRY and Margaret ALSTON




Husband Samuel McKINSTRY

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Wife Margaret ALSTON 2204

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       Father: John ALSTON, Sr. (      -      ) 2204
       Mother: Mary BOYD (      -      ) 2204




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Major Edwin Barry SPETH, Jr., USAAC, WWII and Margaret Mitchell ALSTON




Husband Major Edwin Barry SPETH, Jr., USAAC, WWII 353

         Born: 10 Jun 1906 - Richmond County, Georgia 241,353
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         Died: 4 Dec 1993 - Richmond County, Georgia 241
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       Father: Edwin Barry SPETH (1885-1946) 352
       Mother: Annie Elizabeth MORRIS (1885-1953) 353


     Marriage: 15 Apr 1938



Wife Margaret Mitchell ALSTON 209,2209

         Born: 18 Jun 1912 - Richmond County, Georgia 241,2209
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         Died: 27 Aug 1996 - Richmond County, Georgia 241
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       Father: Augustus Howard ALSTON (1881-1948) 209,2208
       Mother: Lucia Mitchell SAMS (1884-1968) 209,2208,2210




Children
1 M Edwin Barry SPETH III (details suppressed for this person)

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       Spouse: Susan Frances HOLBROOK (living)



General Notes: Husband - Major Edwin Barry SPETH, Jr., USAAC, WWII

"My mother and I stayed with some army wives in Orlando while my dad was serving on Saipan during WWII. He was a Major serving in the Army Air Corp. His duties was building the air-strips for the B29s on the island. [Edwin Barry SPETH, III]

"Edwin Barry SPETH, Jr, b. 10 June 1906 in Augusta, Ga. d. 04 Dec. 1993 in Augusta, Ga." [Family files, Edwin Barry Speth, III]

"EDWIN B SPETH 10 Jun 1906 04 Dec 1993 30904 (Augusta, Richmond, GA) (none specified) 249-09-9146 South Carolina" [SSDI]


General Notes: Wife - Margaret Mitchell ALSTON

"Margaret Mitchell ALSTON (my mother) b. 18 June 1912 in Augusta, Ga. d. 22 Aug. 1996 in Augusta, Ga. married 15 April 1938 to Edwin Barry SPETH, Jr" [Family files, Edwin Barry Speth, III]

"MARGARET SPETH 18 Jun 1912 27 Aug 1996 (V) 30907 (Augusta, Richmond, GA) (none specified) 256-64-7115 Georgia"


General Notes: Child - Edwin Barry SPETH III

Called "Barry." of Augusta, Richmond County, Georgia in 2009.
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Marian Kennan ALSTON, CSA




Husband Marian Kennan ALSTON, CSA 2239,2242

         Born: Abt 1836 - South Carolina 2239
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         Died: Sep 1863 - Battle of South Mountain, Maryland 2204
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel William J. ALSTON, CSA (1802-1868) 2228,2239
       Mother: Mariana BROWN (Cir 1805-      ) 2242





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Marion Sams ALSTON and Margaret Louise WHITEHEAD




Husband Marion Sams ALSTON 209,2208

         Born: 9 Feb 1909 - Richmond County, Georgia 2209
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         Died: 16 Jun 1989 - Richmond County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Hillcrest Memorial Cemetery


       Father: Augustus Howard ALSTON (1881-1948) 209,2208
       Mother: Lucia Mitchell SAMS (1884-1968) 209,2208,2210


     Marriage: 



Wife Margaret Louise WHITEHEAD

         Born: 15 Sep 1916
   Christened: 
         Died: Mar 1978 - Richmond County, Georgia
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Marion Sams ALSTON

"Marion Sams ALSTON b. 09 Feb. 1909 in Augusta, Ga. d. 16 June 1989 in Augusta, Ga. (Grave stone inscripton, Hillcrest Mem. Cemetery) married Margaret Louise WHITEHEAD 15 Sept 1916 d. March 1978 in Augusta, Ga." [Family files, Edwin Barry Speth, III]


General Notes: Wife - Margaret Louise WHITEHEAD

"Margaret Louise WHITEHEAD b. 15 Sept 1916 d. March 1978 in Augusta, Ga." [Family files, Edwin Barry Speth, III]

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Martha ALSTON




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Wife Martha ALSTON 2220

         Born: 14 Dec 1781 - Orange, North Carolina
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         Died: 2 Jul 1854 - Culloden, Monroe County, Georgia
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       Father: James ALSTON, Jr., RS-NC (1746-1815) 2221
       Mother: Grizel YANCEY (1752-1845) 2221


     Marriage: 


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John Dempsey SNELLING and Martha Geraldine ALSTON




Husband John Dempsey SNELLING 2246

         Born: Abt 1834 - Georgia 1888
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         Died: 1874 - Arkadelphia, Arkansas 1886
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1857 1886



Wife Martha Geraldine ALSTON 2246

         Born: 14 Sep 1842 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1886
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         Died: 12 Aug 1875 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1886
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       Father: Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Sr. (1820-1890) 2245,2246
       Mother: Catherine Lucretia JOURDAN (1825-1863) 2207,2246,2248




Children
1 F Susan Phoebe SNELLING 1886

         Born: 18 Aug 1857 - Georgia 2246
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         Died: Bef 1860
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2 F Mary Lucretia SNELLING 1886

         Born: 7 Jan 1861 - Georgia 2246
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         Died: Bef 1870
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3 F Annie Geraldine SNELLING 1886

         Born: 27 Jun 1864 - Georgia 2246
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1870
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4 M James Warren SNELLING 1886

         Born: 27 Jun 1865 - Georgia 2246
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1870
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5 M Warren Jourdan SNELLING 1888

         Born: 11 Oct 1866 - Georgia 1886
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       Spouse: Ethlyn Daisy COBB (Abt 1876-      ) 1468,1886,1887
         Marr: 3 Nov 1896 1886


6 F Catherine Lucretia SNELLING 1886

         Born: 24 Oct 1868 - Georgia 1886,1888
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       Spouse: Robert Thomas DIXON (1856-After 1919) 1886
         Marr: 10 Jan 1888 1886


7 F Frances Elizabeth SNELLING 1886,2206

         Born: 23 Sep 1870 - Georgia 2216
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       Spouse: James Thomas WILLIAMS (      -      ) 2216
         Marr: Abt 1888


8 M Richard Charles SNELLING 1937,2206

         Born: 20 Aug 1872 - Georgia 2206
   Christened: 
         Died: 14 Apr 1885 - Stewart County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Cedarwood Cemetery




General Notes: Husband - John Dempsey SNELLING

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart county, District 19; Series: M653 Roll: 136 Page: 289: 15 16 John D. SNELLING 24 M Farmer 13,000 52,000 GA; Martha G. " 17 F GA; James W. Snelling 22 M Farmer GA; George W. CLARKE 25 M Overseer GA.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Terrell County, Dawson P.O., 29 June 1870; Series: M593 Roll: 176 Page: 456: 1029 1099 SNELLING, John 36 M W Farming 200 GA; -- Geraldine 25 F W Keeping house GA; -- Warren 4 M W GA; -- Katie 2 F W GA.


General Notes: Child - Susan Phoebe SNELLING

Susan Phoebe SNELLING died young.


General Notes: Child - Mary Lucretia SNELLING

Mary Lucretia SNELLING died young.


General Notes: Child - Annie Geraldine SNELLING

Annie Geraldine SNELLING died young.


General Notes: Child - James Warren SNELLING

James Warren SNELLING died young.


General Notes: Child - Warren Jourdan SNELLING

Warren Jourdan SNELLING, 14, and his surviving siblings, are named in the 1880 census of Stewart County, Georgia in the household of Dr. N. C. ALSTON, Jr. They were raised by their grandfather, Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Sr. and uncle, Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr., after the death of their parents.

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Webster County, 978 Militia Dist; Series: T624 Roll: 219 Page: 30: 40 40 SNELLING Warren J. Head M W 44 M1 10 GA GA GA Farmer; -- Ethlyn D. Wife M W 34 M1 10 6 6 GA GA GA; -- John O. Son 11 S GA GA GA; -- Katie B. Dau F W 10 S GA GA GA; -- Myrtle Dau F W 8 S GA GA GA; -- Annie L. Dau F W 7 S GA GA GA; -- Bertha Dau F W 4 S GA GA GA; -- Elijh [Alexander F. in 1920] Son M W 2 S GA GA GA.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Webster County, Preston, 978 Militia Dist; Series: T625 Roll: 284 Page: 263: Albany Road Fm 75 75 SNELLINGS* Warren J Sr. Head M W 52 M GA GA GA Farmer Home; -- Ethelyn D. Wife F W 42 M GA GA GA; -- Myrtle S. Dau F W 18 S GA GA GA; -- Annie L. Dau F W 17 S GA GA GA; -- Bertha G. Dau F W 13 S GA GA GA; -- Alexander F. Son M W 11 S GA GA GA; -- Warren J. Jr. Son M W 9 S GA GA GA; -- Nora _. Dau-in-law** F W 20 M NY Ireland Ireland. [*Indexed as "ANELLINGS" at Heritage Quest. **Wife or widow of John Oliver SNELLING? RLD]


General Notes: Child - Catherine Lucretia SNELLING

Catherine Lucretia SNELLING, 12, and her surviving siblings, are named in the 1880 census of Stewart County, Georgia in the household of Dr. N. C. ALSTON, Jr. They were raised by their grandfather, Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Sr. and uncle, Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr., after the death of their parents.


General Notes: Child - Frances Elizabeth SNELLING

Frances "Fannie" Elizabeth SNELLING, 10, and her surviving siblings, are named in the 1880 census of Stewart County, Georgia in the household of Dr. N. C. ALSTON, Jr. They were raised by their grandfather, Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Sr. and uncle, Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr., after the death of their parents.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Richland; Series: T9 Roll: 165 Page: 478: 320 349 ALSTON N. C. Jr. W M 24 M Doctor GA SC GA; -- Anna B. W F 17 Wife M GA -- --; -- Nicholson W M 4/12 Jany Son GA GA GA; (same household) 320 350 SNELLING Warren W M 14 Nephew Laborer GA GA GA; -- Katie W F 12 Niece GA GA GA; -- Francis W F 10 Niece GA GA GA; -- Richard W M 7 Nephew GA GA GA.


General Notes: Child - Richard Charles SNELLING

Richard SNELLING, 7, and his surviving siblings, are named in the 1880 census of Stewart County, Georgia in the household of Dr. N. C. ALSTON, Jr. They were raised by their grandfather, Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Sr. and uncle, Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr., after the death of their parents.

Richard Charles Snelling's gravestone in Cedarwood Cemetery, Richland, Stewart County, Georgia was read by Patsy Wright on 16 April 2006: "Richard Charles Snelling b: 8-20-1872 d: 4-14-1885" [http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/th/read/GASTEWAR/2006-04/1146327306]
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Mary ALSTON




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Wife Mary ALSTON 2204

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       Father: John ALSTON, Sr. (      -      ) 2204
       Mother: Mary BOYD (      -      ) 2204




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Mary ALSTON




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Wife Mary ALSTON 1886,1937

         Born: 15 Jan 1890 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
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         Died: 13 Nov 1891 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
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       Father: Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr. (1855-1933) 1886,2202,2206,2207
       Mother: Bertha CLEGG (1865-1944) 1886,2215




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JORDAN and Mary J. ALSTON




Husband JORDAN (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary J. ALSTON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: James Asbury ALSTON (1815-1853)
       Mother: Rebecca Jane NORWOOD (1822-      )




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George Washington BASS and Mary Martha ALSTON




Husband George Washington BASS

         Born: 27 Feb 1920
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         Died: 2 Aug 1987 - Newton County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Floral Hills Memorial Cemetery, DeKalb County, Georgia
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Wife Mary Martha ALSTON 209,2209

          AKA: Martha M. 241
         Born: 20 Oct 1914 - Richmond County, Georgia 241,2209
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         Died: 18 May 2009 - Gwinnett County, Georgia 241
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       Father: Augustus Howard ALSTON (1881-1948) 209,2208
       Mother: Lucia Mitchell SAMS (1884-1968) 209,2208,2210




Children

General Notes: Husband - George Washington BASS

"George Washingon BASS b. Feb 27, 1920 d. Aug. 02, 1987 in Lake Jackson, Newton Co., Ga. No children." [(Gravestone inscriptions, Floral Hills Memorial Cemetery, Tucker, DeKalb County, Ga.) Family files, Edwin Barry Speth, III]


General Notes: Wife - Mary Martha ALSTON

"Mary Martha ALSTON b. 20 Oct. 1914 in Augusta, Ga. d. 18 May 2009 in Loganville, Ga. Married George Washington BASS. No children. She went by the name 'Martha.'" [Family files, Edwin Barry Speth, III]

"MARTHA M BASS 20 Oct 1914 18 May 2009 (V) 30052 (Loganville, Gwinnett, GA) (none specified) 256-16-7601 Georgia" [SSDI]
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William Hudson TATE, Sr. and Nancy Ann ALSTON




Husband William Hudson TATE, Sr. 2244

         Born: Cir 1770
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       Father: James TATE, RS-VA (Cir 1746-1798)
       Mother: Rebecca HUDSON (1742-1816)


     Marriage: Abt 1766



Wife Nancy Ann ALSTON

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1 M William Hudson TATE, Jr. (details suppressed for this person)

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Nathaniel ALSTON and Mary Gray JEFFERYS




Husband Nathaniel ALSTON 2220

         Born: 1775 - Orange, North Carolina
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         Died: 1852 - Marengo, Alabama
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       Father: James ALSTON, Jr., RS-NC (1746-1815) 2221
       Mother: Grizel YANCEY (1752-1845) 2221


     Marriage: Mar 1800



Wife Mary Gray JEFFERYS

         Born: 1779 - Orange, North Carolina
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         Died: Jun 1846
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Nathaniel C. ALSTON




Husband Nathaniel C. ALSTON 2223

         Born: Abt 1876 - Georgia 2223
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       Father: Dr. John Theodore ALSTON (1826-1891) 2224,2225
       Mother: Emma R. COBB (1837-1908) 2224,2226





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Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Sr. and Catherine Lucretia JOURDAN




Husband Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Sr. 2245,2246

         Born: 7 Jul 1820 - Abbeville District, South Carolina 2247
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 Dec 1890 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Harmony Cemetery, Richland, Georgia


       Father: John ALSTON III (1790-1835)
       Mother: Charity TATE (Abt 1790-1835) 2244


     Marriage: 1 Jul 1840 - Jackson County, Georgia 2247



Wife Catherine Lucretia JOURDAN 2207,2246,2248

         Born: 1825 - Gainesville, Hall County, Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 1863 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Harmony Cemetery, Richland, Georgia


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




Children
1 F Martha Geraldine ALSTON 2246

         Born: 14 Sep 1842 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1886
   Christened: 
         Died: 12 Aug 1875 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1886
       Buried: 
       Spouse: John Dempsey SNELLING (Abt 1834-1874) 2246
         Marr: Abt 1857 1886


2 M Pvt. Warren Jourdan ALSTON, CSA 1362,2207

         Born: 22 Feb 1844 1937
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 Mar 1875 - Arkadelphia, Arkansas 2240
       Buried:  - Arkadelphia, Arkansas 2240
       Spouse: Sarah Elizabeth RUSSELL (1849-      ) 1457,1886
         Marr: 2 Dec 1867 - Jackson County, Alabama 1937


3 M Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr. 1886,2202,2206,2207

         Born: 14 Oct 1855 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 Dec 1933 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Anna Bartow NICHOLSON (1862-1885) 1886,2206
         Marr: 12 Jan 1879 2216
       Spouse: Bertha CLEGG (1865-1944) 1886,2215
         Marr: 10 Jan 1889 1937



General Notes: Husband - Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Sr.

Nathaniel Charles ALSTON was born 1 July 1820 in Abbeville District, South Carolina. He was raised in Elbert County, Georgia by his grandmother, Gilly Yancey ALSTON. He was trained as a physician at Jefferson College and moved to Gainesville, Georgia in 1840. He married Catherine Lucretia JORDAN in 1840 and moved to Enon, Alabama, but did not stay long . They then moved to Stewart County, Georgia in 1842 where they remained and had their three children. He was one of the first physicians in the Richland area and had a wide practice. Dr. N. C. ALSTON, Sr. after settling first in Richland in 1844 (lived in a home that stood where the Roy HOLLOMANs lived in 1932), later moved to Preston. Then, at the Harrell Place near Richland, about 1860, bought a farm on Slaughter Creek and lived there for several years. (S-W Journal 30 Dec 1932)
During the War Between the States, Dr. ALSTON was in Atlanta , caring for the massive number of the wounded brought there. See " History of Stewart County" , page 396, 624 by Helen Eliza Terrell for biography.

While his son, Warren Jourdan ALSTON, was home on furlough from the Army of Virginia in 1863, his wife Catherine died of typhoid fever.

Dr. ALSTON was at one time the President of the GA Medical Association. (Stewart-Webster Journal, 3 Feb 1933) He had a place in Red Hill Community where one store over 100 years old was still standing in 1932. There was also a school there, built about 1837, for which Dr. Jubilee SMITH had donated the land.

1860 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Lumpkin P O; Series: M653 Roll: 136 Page: 347:
93 94 N. C. ALSTON 40 M Physician ---- 20,000 --; Catherine " 33 F --; Warren J. " 14 M --; Nathaniel C. " 4 M --.

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Green Hill P O; Series: M593 Roll: 174 Page: 152: 2403 2364 ALSTEN Nathaniel 50 M W Physician 1600 500 SC; -- Geraldine 24 F W Keeping house GA; -- Charles 15 M W Goes to school GA; -- James 14 M B Domestic Svt MS; -- Cornelia 8 F M Domestic Svt GA.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Richland; Series: T9 Roll: 165 Page: 480: 360 396 ALSTEN N. C. Sr. W M 58 Wd Doctor SC SC SC. (Lives alone.)

Nathaniel Charles and Catherine Lucretia Jourdan ALSTON are buried in Harmony Cemetery in Richland, Georgia.


General Notes: Wife - Catherine Lucretia JOURDAN

Catherine Lucretia JOURDAN died of typhoid fever in 1863 while her son, Warren Jourdan ALSTON was on leave from the war. She is buried in the Harmony Cemetery in Richland, Stewart County,Georgia. The ALSTON family history that is well documented in "The History of Stewart County, Georgia" page 623, was contributed by Catherine's descendant, Sara DIXON.


Notes: Marriage

History of Stewart County Georgia by Dixon and Clark, Volume 2, page 624, "The Gilly ALSTON Bible record states that on July 1, 1840, he [Nathaniel Charles ALSTON] was married to Catherine Lucretia JORDAN.... She was attending school at Gainesville and ran away with him to Jackson, Ga., where they were married."
From "Abstracts of Georgia-Alabama Bible and Family Records" Vol. 2 p. 98: Nathaniel C. ALSTON m. Catherine JOURDAN Wed. am, July 1 1840 at the home of Rev. GLENN in Jackson, Georgia. They left Gainesville on Tues. evening at 11PM."


General Notes: Child - Pvt. Warren Jourdan ALSTON, CSA

Warren Jourdan ALSTON' father, Dr. N. C. Alston, Sr., sent him to school in Glennville, Alabama to be near his Great-Aunt Kitty, Catherine Daniell MITCHELL (sister of Juliette Anna DANIELL, wife of Col. Warren JOURDAN, who was Warren ALSTON's grandfather.) From there Warren J. ALSTON ran off with his MITCHELL cousins to join the Confederate Army. He was captured during the war, and kept a diary while in a Union prison.

Privates Warren J. Alston, Jordan H. Mitchell, Randolph Mitchell, and N. B. Mitchell are named in the published muster roll of the City Light Guards, Company A, Second Battalion of Georgia Volunteers, at Camp Lee, near Petersburg, Va., June 20th, 1862. [The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Sunday, February 20, 1898, Page 6]

Warren Jourdan ALSTON married Sarah Elizabeth "Lizzie" RUSSELL on 2 Dec 1867. After the war, Warren and Lizzie moved to Arkadelphia, Arkansas and had 3 children: Russell L., Elizabeth, and Charles.

1870 U.S. Census, Arkansas, Clark County, Arkadelphia P O; Series: M593 Roll: 49 Page: 202: 31 29 ALSTON, Warren J. 26 M W Apothecary 300 AL; --Lizzie E. 20 F W Keeping house AL; --Russell L. 9/12 F (sic, but Male. RLD) GA Oct. Next door: 32 30 RUSSELL, Martha L. 36 F W Keeping house AL; -- William L. 3 M W AR.

Warren was a druggist, operating an apothecary in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. In 1875, he contracted smallpox from a customer, and died soon after. His widow, Elizabeth Russell ALSTON moved her family back to Stevenson, Jackson County, Alabama, where, in 1880, she is head of household and lives next door to her uncle, Israel P. RUSSELL.

Warren had two sons, Russell Lorenzo and Nathaniel Charles, and one daughter, Catherine, who he may not have lived to see. His descendants live in Stevenson, Alabama. One descendant was a Lt. LEGG of the U. S. Navy.


General Notes: Child - Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr.

Nathaniel Charles ALSTON Jr. was a son of Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON and Catherine Lucretia JOURDAN. He much younger than the their other children and after the death of his mother, was cared for by an old slave, Emeline, thought to have been given to his mother by his maternal grandfather, Col. Warren JOURDAN. Nathaniel graduated from Atlanta Medical College and practiced medicine with his father until his father's death, later giving up the medical profession for other business activities. He was one of the first men in Stewart Co. Georgia to plant peach and pecan trees for commercial purposes, having one of the largest individual pecan groves in the state.
"My father remembers that either N. C. ALSTON, Jr. (probably) or his father, N. C. ALSTON, Sr. donated the land for the Richland school, and that the land was supposed to be returned to the family if it were no longer used for that purpose, but we can find no proof. I have searched some of the land records and have not been able to find any record of this. Possibly records of it could be in Webster County. Richland's 1st school was located just back of Peek's Store (On corner, across from what was later the site of the Stewart Webster Journal) in about 1837. I'm not sure if this is the school to which Daddy was referring." (Helen Leino)

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Richland; Series: T9 Roll: 165 Page: 478: 320 349 ALSTON N. C. Jr. W M 24 M Doctor GA SC GA; -- Anna B. W F 17 Wife M GA -- --; -- Nicholson W M 4/12 Jany Son GA GA GA; (same household) 320 350 SNELLING Warren W M 14 Nephew Laborer GA GA GA; -- Katie W F 12 Niece GA GA GA; -- Francis W F 10 Niece GA GA GA; -- Richard W M 7 Nephew GA GA GA.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Richland; Series: T623 Roll: 221 Page: 227: 500 502 ALSTON Nathaniel C. Head W M Mar 1856 44 M 12 GA GA GA Druggist; -- Bertha Wife W F May 1865 35 M 12 5 2 GA GA GA; -- Cleveland Son W M Nov 1884 15 S GA GA GA At school; -- Blanche Dau W F Dec 1891 8 S GA GA GA At school; -- Helen Dau W F Nov 1899 6/12 S GA GA GA; -- Fulver Sister W F Dec 1878 21 S GA GA GA. (Is this Nathaniel's sister or sister-in-law?)

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Richland; Series: T624 Roll: 209 Page: 110: 146 154 ALSTON Nathanal C Head M W 53 M2 21 GA GA GA Doctor Medicine; -- Bertha C. Wife F W 46 M1 21 5 2 GA England GA; -- Blanche Dau 18 S GA GA GA; -- Bertha H. Dau F W 10 S GA GA GA.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Sumter County, 745-Militia District (727, on actual page); Series: T625 Roll: 278 Page: 37: Fm 166 179 ALSTON, Nathaniel C. Head O F M W 64 M GA GA GA Farmer General farm; --Bertha Wife F W 56 M GA England GA; -- Helen Dau F W 19 S GA GA GA; -- Charlie N. Nephew M W 44 S AR GA GA Salesman Drug store.
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Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr. and Anna Bartow NICHOLSON




Husband Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr. 1886,2202,2206,2207

         Born: 14 Oct 1855 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
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         Died: 31 Dec 1933 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
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       Father: Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Sr. (1820-1890) 2245,2246
       Mother: Catherine Lucretia JOURDAN (1825-1863) 2207,2246,2248


     Marriage: 12 Jan 1879 2216

 Other Spouse: Bertha CLEGG (1865-1944) 1886,2215 - 10 Jan 1889 1937



Wife Anna Bartow NICHOLSON 1886,2206

         Born: 29 Apr 1862 - Georgia 1396
   Christened: 
         Died: 29 Oct 1885 - Stewart County, Georgia
       Buried:  - Cedarwood Cemetery


       Father: Archibald NICHOLSON (1813-1864) 1396
       Mother: Mary E. HALL (Cir 1822-      ) 1396




Children
1 M Nicholson Charles ALSTON 1886,2206

         Born: 29 Jan 1880 - Georgia 1937
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 Aug 1887 2253
       Buried:  - Cedarwood Cemetery, Stewart County, Georgia 2253



2 F Annie Mae ALSTON 1937

         Born: 17 Jul 1882 - Georgia 1937
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 Jun 1883 1937
       Buried:  - Cedarwood Cemetery, Stewart County, Georgia 2205



3 M Grover Cleveland ALSTON 1886,2202

         Born: 24 Nov 1884 - Georgia 1937
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 May 1944
       Buried:  - Harmony Cemetery, Stewart County, Georgia
       Spouse: Susie Mae WILLIFORD (1887-      ) 1939,2203
         Marr: 12 Nov 1907 2203



General Notes: Husband - Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr.

Nathaniel Charles ALSTON Jr. was a son of Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON and Catherine Lucretia JOURDAN. He much younger than the their other children and after the death of his mother, was cared for by an old slave, Emeline, thought to have been given to his mother by his maternal grandfather, Col. Warren JOURDAN. Nathaniel graduated from Atlanta Medical College and practiced medicine with his father until his father's death, later giving up the medical profession for other business activities. He was one of the first men in Stewart Co. Georgia to plant peach and pecan trees for commercial purposes, having one of the largest individual pecan groves in the state.
"My father remembers that either N. C. ALSTON, Jr. (probably) or his father, N. C. ALSTON, Sr. donated the land for the Richland school, and that the land was supposed to be returned to the family if it were no longer used for that purpose, but we can find no proof. I have searched some of the land records and have not been able to find any record of this. Possibly records of it could be in Webster County. Richland's 1st school was located just back of Peek's Store (On corner, across from what was later the site of the Stewart Webster Journal) in about 1837. I'm not sure if this is the school to which Daddy was referring." (Helen Leino)

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Richland; Series: T9 Roll: 165 Page: 478: 320 349 ALSTON N. C. Jr. W M 24 M Doctor GA SC GA; -- Anna B. W F 17 Wife M GA -- --; -- Nicholson W M 4/12 Jany Son GA GA GA; (same household) 320 350 SNELLING Warren W M 14 Nephew Laborer GA GA GA; -- Katie W F 12 Niece GA GA GA; -- Francis W F 10 Niece GA GA GA; -- Richard W M 7 Nephew GA GA GA.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Richland; Series: T623 Roll: 221 Page: 227: 500 502 ALSTON Nathaniel C. Head W M Mar 1856 44 M 12 GA GA GA Druggist; -- Bertha Wife W F May 1865 35 M 12 5 2 GA GA GA; -- Cleveland Son W M Nov 1884 15 S GA GA GA At school; -- Blanche Dau W F Dec 1891 8 S GA GA GA At school; -- Helen Dau W F Nov 1899 6/12 S GA GA GA; -- Fulver Sister W F Dec 1878 21 S GA GA GA. (Is this Nathaniel's sister or sister-in-law?)

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Richland; Series: T624 Roll: 209 Page: 110: 146 154 ALSTON Nathanal C Head M W 53 M2 21 GA GA GA Doctor Medicine; -- Bertha C. Wife F W 46 M1 21 5 2 GA England GA; -- Blanche Dau 18 S GA GA GA; -- Bertha H. Dau F W 10 S GA GA GA.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Sumter County, 745-Militia District (727, on actual page); Series: T625 Roll: 278 Page: 37: Fm 166 179 ALSTON, Nathaniel C. Head O F M W 64 M GA GA GA Farmer General farm; --Bertha Wife F W 56 M GA England GA; -- Helen Dau F W 19 S GA GA GA; -- Charlie N. Nephew M W 44 S AR GA GA Salesman Drug store.


General Notes: Wife - Anna Bartow NICHOLSON

Anna Bartow NICHOLSON, a "Native of Webster County, Georgia," and daughter of Archibald Nicholson and Mary Elizabeth Hall, married Nathaniel Charles Alston, Jr. on 12 Jan., 1879. They are buried in Cedarwood Cemetery, Richland, Stewart County, Georgia. Apicture of her grave marker is on Find A Grave Memorial# 58458837 created by Christine Thacker on Sep 10, 2010:

ANNA B.
ALSTON,
BORN
APR. 2, 1862,
DIED
OCT. 29, 1885,
AGED
23 YEARS.
SAFE, SAFE AT HOME.


Notes: Marriage

An alternate date of marriage, Jan. 12, 1879, is given on on page 365 of The History of Stewart County, Georgia.


General Notes: Child - Nicholson Charles ALSTON

s gravestone in Cedarwood Cemetery, Richland, Stewart County, Georgia was read by Patsy Wright on 16 April 2006: "Nicholas [sic] Charles Alston d: 8-23-1887" [http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/th/read/GASTEWAR/2006-04/1146327306]

Nicholson Charles ALSTON is buried in Cedarwood Cemetery, Richland, Stewart County, Georgia. Apicture of his grave marker is on Find A Grave Memorial# 58511247 created by Christine Thacker on Sep 11, 2010. He and his sister, Annie May share the marker.

ANNIE MAY
ALSTON
DIED JUNE 2,
1883.

NICHOLSON
CHARLES
ALSTON,
DIED AUG. 23, 1887.

THEY ARE NOT DEAD.


General Notes: Child - Annie Mae ALSTON

Annie Mae Alston's gravestone in Cedarwood Cemetery, Richland, Stewart County, Georgia was read by Patsy Wright on 16 April 2006: "Annie Mae Alston d: 6-2-1883" [http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/th/read/GASTEWAR/2006-04/1146327306]


General Notes: Child - Grover Cleveland ALSTON

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Richland; Series: T624 Roll: 209 Page: 104: 1 1 ALSTON Grover C. Head M W 25 M1 3 GA GA GA Clerk Drug; -- Susie M. Wife F W 22 M1 3 1 - GA GA GA; J___(?) Nellie Aunt(?) F W 56 Wd GA GA GA. [No children are named in the household, Grover and Susie's child is presumed to have died soon after birth. RLD] There is a James M. PICKETT, 12, named in the family of Clarence E. PICKETT, 20 20. This may be the same person who married Grover's half-sister, Bertha Helen, on 17 October 1920.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Sumter County, 745-Militia District (727, on actual page), as of 1 January 1920; Series: T625 Roll: 278 Page: 30: Alston Street X 10 11 ALSTON, G Cleave [sic] Head O F M W 34 M GA GA GA Pharmacist Drug store; -- Susie M. Wife 30 M GA GA GA; -- Susie M. Dau F W 43/12 S GA GA GA; -- Anna B. Dau F W 10/12 S GA GA GA.

Grover Cleveland ALSTON is buried in Harmony Cemetery, Richland, Stewart County, Georgia. A picture of his gravestone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 58519162 created by Lois Hottinger on Sep 11, 2010:

GROVER CLEVELAND
ALSTON
NOV. 24, 1884
MAY 31, 1944

Sadly, in the Alston plot are three grave markers, each inscribed:
INFANT OF MR & MRS GROVER CLEVELAND ALSTON

Georgia Archives - Statistical Register - Biographical Questionaires, 1923-1993, Georgia Archives: C 141361: Alston, Grover Cleveland. [http://find.sos.state.ga.us/archon/?p=collections/findingaid&id=434&q=&rootcontentid=56286#id56286]




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Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr. and Bertha CLEGG




Husband Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr. 1886,2202,2206,2207

         Born: 14 Oct 1855 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
   Christened: 
         Died: 31 Dec 1933 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
       Buried: 


       Father: Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Sr. (1820-1890) 2245,2246
       Mother: Catherine Lucretia JOURDAN (1825-1863) 2207,2246,2248


     Marriage: 10 Jan 1889 1937

 Other Spouse: Anna Bartow NICHOLSON (1862-1885) 1886,2206 - 12 Jan 1879 2216



Wife Bertha CLEGG 1886,2215

         Born: May 1865 - Muscogee County, Georgia 2202
   Christened: 
         Died: 1944 - Newton, Georgia
       Buried: 


       Father: Anthony CLEGG (Abt 1822-      ) 1886
       Mother: Mary LONG (Abt 1826-      ) 1886




Children
1 F Mary ALSTON 1886,1937

         Born: 15 Jan 1890 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
   Christened: 
         Died: 13 Nov 1891 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
       Buried: 



2 F Blanche ALSTON 1886

         Born: 31 Aug 1891 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Zimri Lamar COFFIN (1883-      ) 1938,1939
         Marr: Nov 1913 1937


3 F Katherine ALSTON 1937

         Born: 9 Aug 1893 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 Dec 1896 1937
       Buried: 



4 M Nathaniel Charles ALSTON III 1886

         Born: 3 Oct 1896 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 Dec 1896 1937
       Buried: 



5 F Bertha Helen ALSTON 1886,2202,2214

         Born: 4 Jan 1900 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Dec 1922 - Stewart County, Georgia 1937
       Buried: 
       Spouse: James Musco PICKETT (1897-1964) 1886
         Marr: 17 Oct 1920 1937



General Notes: Husband - Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr.

Nathaniel Charles ALSTON Jr. was a son of Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON and Catherine Lucretia JOURDAN. He much younger than the their other children and after the death of his mother, was cared for by an old slave, Emeline, thought to have been given to his mother by his maternal grandfather, Col. Warren JOURDAN. Nathaniel graduated from Atlanta Medical College and practiced medicine with his father until his father's death, later giving up the medical profession for other business activities. He was one of the first men in Stewart Co. Georgia to plant peach and pecan trees for commercial purposes, having one of the largest individual pecan groves in the state.
"My father remembers that either N. C. ALSTON, Jr. (probably) or his father, N. C. ALSTON, Sr. donated the land for the Richland school, and that the land was supposed to be returned to the family if it were no longer used for that purpose, but we can find no proof. I have searched some of the land records and have not been able to find any record of this. Possibly records of it could be in Webster County. Richland's 1st school was located just back of Peek's Store (On corner, across from what was later the site of the Stewart Webster Journal) in about 1837. I'm not sure if this is the school to which Daddy was referring." (Helen Leino)

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Richland; Series: T9 Roll: 165 Page: 478: 320 349 ALSTON N. C. Jr. W M 24 M Doctor GA SC GA; -- Anna B. W F 17 Wife M GA -- --; -- Nicholson W M 4/12 Jany Son GA GA GA; (same household) 320 350 SNELLING Warren W M 14 Nephew Laborer GA GA GA; -- Katie W F 12 Niece GA GA GA; -- Francis W F 10 Niece GA GA GA; -- Richard W M 7 Nephew GA GA GA.

1900 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Richland; Series: T623 Roll: 221 Page: 227: 500 502 ALSTON Nathaniel C. Head W M Mar 1856 44 M 12 GA GA GA Druggist; -- Bertha Wife W F May 1865 35 M 12 5 2 GA GA GA; -- Cleveland Son W M Nov 1884 15 S GA GA GA At school; -- Blanche Dau W F Dec 1891 8 S GA GA GA At school; -- Helen Dau W F Nov 1899 6/12 S GA GA GA; -- Fulver Sister W F Dec 1878 21 S GA GA GA. (Is this Nathaniel's sister or sister-in-law?)

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Stewart County, Richland; Series: T624 Roll: 209 Page: 110: 146 154 ALSTON Nathanal C Head M W 53 M2 21 GA GA GA Doctor Medicine; -- Bertha C. Wife F W 46 M1 21 5 2 GA England GA; -- Blanche Dau 18 S GA GA GA; -- Bertha H. Dau F W 10 S GA GA GA.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Sumter County, 745-Militia District (727, on actual page); Series: T625 Roll: 278 Page: 37: Fm 166 179 ALSTON, Nathaniel C. Head O F M W 64 M GA GA GA Farmer General farm; --Bertha Wife F W 56 M GA England GA; -- Helen Dau F W 19 S GA GA GA; -- Charlie N. Nephew M W 44 S AR GA GA Salesman Drug store.


General Notes: Wife - Bertha CLEGG

Bertha CLEGG was from Columbus, Georgia.
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Nathaniel Charles ALSTON




Husband Nathaniel Charles ALSTON 1520

         Born: 21 Feb 1871 - Arkadelphia, Arkansas 2254
   Christened: 
         Died: 28 Mar 1950 - Jackson County, Alabama 2255
       Buried:  - Stevenson City Cemetery


       Father: Pvt. Warren Jourdan ALSTON, CSA (1844-1875) 1362,2207
       Mother: Sarah Elizabeth RUSSELL (1849-      ) 1457,1886





Wife

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Children

General Notes: Husband - Nathaniel Charles ALSTON

Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, son of Warren Jourdan ALSTON and Sarah Elizabeth RUSSELL was born in Feb 1872 in Arkansas.
In 1920, he is named as Charlie N., 44, a salesman in a drug store, a nephew, single, living in the home of his uncle, Nathaniel C. and Bertha Clegg ALSTON in Sumter County, Georgia. "ALSTON Charlie N Nephew M W 44 S AR GA GA Salesman Drug store".

Nathaniel Charles ALSTON is buried in Stevenson City Cemetery, Stevenson, Jackson County, Alabama.Find A Grave Memorial# 50713447 created by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Apr 06, 2010 records his birth on Feb. 21, 1871 and death on Mar. 31, 1942. 2256
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Nathaniel Charles ALSTON III




Husband Nathaniel Charles ALSTON III 1886

         Born: 3 Oct 1896 - Richland, Stewart County, Georgia 1937
   Christened: 
         Died: 3 Dec 1896 1937
       Buried: 


       Father: Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr. (1855-1933) 1886,2202,2206,2207
       Mother: Bertha CLEGG (1865-1944) 1886,2215





Wife

         Born: 
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Children

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Nicholson Charles ALSTON




Husband Nicholson Charles ALSTON 1886,2206

         Born: 29 Jan 1880 - Georgia 1937
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 Aug 1887 2253
       Buried:  - Cedarwood Cemetery, Stewart County, Georgia 2253


       Father: Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Jr. (1855-1933) 1886,2202,2206,2207
       Mother: Anna Bartow NICHOLSON (1862-1885) 1886,2206





Wife

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

General Notes: Husband - Nicholson Charles ALSTON

s gravestone in Cedarwood Cemetery, Richland, Stewart County, Georgia was read by Patsy Wright on 16 April 2006: "Nicholas [sic] Charles Alston d: 8-23-1887" [http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/th/read/GASTEWAR/2006-04/1146327306]

Nicholson Charles ALSTON is buried in Cedarwood Cemetery, Richland, Stewart County, Georgia. Apicture of his grave marker is on Find A Grave Memorial# 58511247 created by Christine Thacker on Sep 11, 2010. He and his sister, Annie May share the marker.

ANNIE MAY
ALSTON
DIED JUNE 2,
1883.

NICHOLSON
CHARLES
ALSTON,
DIED AUG. 23, 1887.

THEY ARE NOT DEAD.
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Philip ALSTON




Husband Philip ALSTON 1517

         Born: 4 Dec 1821 1517
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John Drew ALSTON (Abt 1794-1852) 1517
       Mother: Nancy Raines WYCHE (1799-      ) 1517





Wife

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Children

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Philip Cook ALSTON




Husband Philip Cook ALSTON 2204,2239

         Born: Abt 1854 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 2239
   Christened: 
         Died: 1874 2204
       Buried: 


       Father: Colonel William J. ALSTON, CSA (1802-1868) 2228,2239
       Mother: Susannah Pope COOK (Abt 1830-1870) 2204,2239





Wife

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Children

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Dr. RYALLS and Rebecca Caroline ALSTON




Husband Dr. RYALLS

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Abt 1842



Wife Rebecca Caroline ALSTON 2249

         Born: 12 Feb 1828 1937
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John ALSTON III (1790-1835)
       Mother: Charity TATE (Abt 1790-1835) 2244




Children

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Robert L. ALSTON




Husband Robert L. ALSTON 2226

         Born: Abt 1868 - Georgia 2226
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Dr. John Theodore ALSTON (1826-1891) 2224,2225
       Mother: Emma R. COBB (1837-1908) 2224,2226





Wife

         Born: 
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Children

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Rosser R. ALSTON and Azile PARKER




Husband Rosser R. ALSTON 1519

          AKA: Rosser AUSTIN 1246
         Born: 26 Mar 1905 - Alabama 1247
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Jan 1979 1247
       Buried: 


       Father: Lorenzo Russell ALSTON (1869-1950) 1520,1521
       Mother: Mae Leah ROSSER (1868-1952) 1519


     Marriage: Abt 1946



Wife Azile PARKER 1247

         Born: 17 Sep 1918
   Christened: 
         Died: 2 Mar 1997
       Buried:  - Stevenson City Cemetery, Jackson County, Alabama


Children
1 M Samuel ALSTON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Helen WATT (living)


2 M Walter ALSTON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Rosser R. ALSTON

Rosser R. ALSTON is buried in Stevenson City Cemetery, Stevenson, Jackson County, Alabama.Find A Grave Memorial# 50702934 created by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Apr 06, 2010 records his birth on Mar. 20, 1905 and death on Jan. 22, 1979.


General Notes: Wife - Azile PARKER

"AZILE PARKER ALSTON 9-17-1918 3-2-1997" [http://files.usgwarchives.org/al/jackson/cemeteries/stevcity1.txt]
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Samuel ALSTON




Husband Samuel ALSTON 2204

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John ALSTON, Sr. (      -      ) 2204
       Mother: Mary BOYD (      -      ) 2204





Wife

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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Children

General Notes: Husband - Samuel ALSTON

This record may or may not be for this Samuel ALSTON:
Published election returns for the South Carolina Legislature list: "For Fairfield, Representatives - William STROTHER, Samuel ALSTON. [South Carolina State Gazette,October 18, 1806]
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Samuel ALSTON and Helen WATT




Husband Samuel ALSTON (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Rosser R. ALSTON (1905-1979)
       Mother: Azile PARKER (1918-1997)


     Marriage: 



Wife Helen WATT (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


Children

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Joseph GROVES and Sarah ALSTON




Husband Joseph GROVES

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Sep 1797



Wife Sarah ALSTON 2220

         Born: 21 Mar 1779 - Orange, North Carolina
   Christened: 
         Died: 18 Jun 1861 - South Carolina
       Buried: 


       Father: James ALSTON, Jr., RS-NC (1746-1815) 2221
       Mother: Grizel YANCEY (1752-1845) 2221




Children

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Soloman ALSTON and Ann HINTON




Husband Soloman ALSTON 2220

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John ALSTON (1673-1758) 2220
       Mother: Mary CLARK (      -      ) 2220


     Marriage: Abt 1729



Wife Ann HINTON 2220

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John HINTON (      -      ) 2220
       Mother: 




Children
1 M Lt. Col. William ALSTON, RS-NC 2220

         Born: 23 Oct 1736
   Christened: 
         Died: 1810
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Charity ALSTON (      -      ) 2220
         Marr: 1774



General Notes: Child - Lt. Col. William ALSTON, RS-NC

Lt. Col. William ALSTON served in the 3rd Battalion, North Carolina Brigade under Col. Jethro SUMMERS.
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Alpheus M. CHADWICK and Susan Eaves ALSTON




Husband Alpheus M. CHADWICK (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 



Wife Susan Eaves ALSTON 2244

         Born: After 1835
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John ALSTON III (1790-1835)
       Mother: McGINTY (      -      ) 2238




Children
1 M Joseph Alpheus CHADWICK (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



2 M Frank Lee CHADWICK (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Charles Jesse CHADWICK (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 



4 M James Alston CHADWICK (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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5 F Mattie Alice CHADWICK (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Child - James Alston CHADWICK

Twin of his sister Mattie Alice. 2238


General Notes: Child - Mattie Alice CHADWICK

Twin to her brother James Alston. 2238
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Susie Mae ALSTON




Husband (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
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         Died: 
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Wife Susie Mae ALSTON 1937

         Born: 17 Sep 1915 - Georgia 2216
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: Grover Cleveland ALSTON (1884-1944) 1886,2202
       Mother: Susie Mae WILLIFORD (1887-      ) 1939,2203




Children

General Notes: Wife - Susie Mae ALSTON

"Lived in Richland, Georgia."
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Thomas Howard ALSTON and Mattie M. KENNON




Husband Thomas Howard ALSTON 2199

         Born: 1850 - Bibb County, Georgia 2199
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: ALSTON (      -Bef 1860)
       Mother: Elizabeth HOWARD (Abt 1813-      ) 2199


     Marriage: 16 Dec 1874 - Fulton County, Georgia



Wife Mattie M. KENNON 1313,2201

         Born: 1852 - Georgia 1313
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: KENNON (Cir 1825-      ) 2201
       Mother: 




Children
1 M Augustus Howard ALSTON 209,2208

         Born: 20 Aug 1881 - Fulton County, Georgia 2209
   Christened: 
         Died: 8 Oct 1948 - Richmond County, Georgia
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Lucia Mitchell SAMS (1884-1968) 209,2208,2210
         Marr: 19 Aug 1906 - Charleston County, South Carolina


2 M Thomas Howard ALSTON, Jr. 2201

         Born: Abt 1887 - Georgia 2201
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - Thomas Howard ALSTON

"My grandfather, Augustus Howard ALSTON, was definitely born in Atlanta, Ga.. There is no question about it, and proof abounds. His father was Thomas Howard ALSTON b. 1850 in Bibb Co., Ga. and he was a brother of Judge Augustus H. (Holmes) ALSTON of Ala." [Edwin Barry Speth, III, 11/17/2009]

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, DeKalb County, Decatur Dist.; Series: M593 Roll: 147 Page: 227: 256 256 ALSTON* Robert A. 35 M W Agent South Life Insurance 3650 1050 GA;
-- Mary C.** 31 F W Keeping house SC;
-- Elizabeth 12 F W At home SC;
-- Robert W. 10 M W At home SC;
-- Denny 3 M W GA;
-- Minnie 1 F W GA;
ALSTON Thomas H. 19 M W Farm laborer GA;
ALSTON Margaret 65 F B Domestic Servant GA;
-- Laura 60 F B Domestic servant GA.
*Robert A. Alston (1832-1879) of Georgia. Born in Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Ga., 1832. Grandnephew of Willis Alston; nephew of Augustus A. Alston and Thomas Coke Howard; first cousin of Lewis Holmes Kenan. Member of Georgia state house of representatives, 1878-79; died in office 1879. Died in a gunfight in the Georgia state capitol building, Atlanta, Fulton County, Ga., 1879. Interment at Decatur Cemetery, Decatur, Ga. [http://politicalgraveyard.com/bio/alston.html]
"He [Robert A. ALSTON] was born in Macon, Georgia on December 31, 1832. When he was four the family moved to Texas, where Alston's father [Willis ALSTON] died in jail [in 1841] after avenging the death of Robert's uncle [Augustus]. The family returned to Georgia in 1842..." [Historically Speaking, Scott Miller, in Community Review, February 12, 1998, provided by Edwin Barry Speth, III]
**DEATH OF MRS. ROBERT A. ALSTON.
ATLANTA, Ga., Sept. 5--Mrs. Robert A. Alston died in Decatur to-night at 6 o'clock. She was the widow of the late Col. Robert A. Alston, who was murdered some years ago in the executive office by Capt. Edward Cox. The shock of her husband's death followed Mrs. Alston through life. Col. Alston was a liberal liver, and on his death left nothing, so that his widow's life has been much trouble. Capt. Cox, who was pardoned by Gov. Stephens, now occupies an official position here. (published September 6, 1884, from The New York Times archives) [http://blutxwmn.blogspot.com/2009/10/real-horror-story.html]

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, DeKalb County, Decatur; Series: T624 Roll: 184 Page: 68:
South Candler St ---170 172 CANDLER Milton A. Head M W 70 Wd - 10 5 GA SC SC Own income;
McKINNEY Claude[?] Dau F W 32 M1 8 2 2 GA GA GA;
-- Branch[?] Son-in-law M W 36 m1 8 2 2 VA VA VA;
-- Caroline GrDau F W 4 S GA VA GA;
-- Branch[?] Jr. GRSon M W 2 S GA VA GA.
Next door:
171 173 CANDLER Charles M. Head M W 52 m1 28 6 5 GA GA GA Lawyer General practice;
-- Mary Scott Wife F W 50 m1 28 6 5 FL PA PA;
-- Laura Dau F W 24 S GA GA FL;
-- George S. Son M W 22 S GA GA FL;
-- Rebecca S. Dau F W 20 S GA GA FL;
-- Milton a. Son M W 16 S GA GA FL;
-- Charles m. Jr. Son M W 12 S GA GA FL.
Same page:
173 175 ALSTON Thomas H. Head M W 59 M1 36 GA GA GA;
-- Mattie M. Wife F W 57 M1 36 7 3 GA GA GA;
-- Thomas H. Jr. Son M W 23 S GA GA GA;
KENNON Cora Sister-in-law F W 61 S GA GA GA.
175 177 SCOTT George B. Head M W 54 M1 28 PA PA PA Own income;
-- Marie L. Wife F W 53 M1 28 6 6 GA SC SC;
-- Louise Dau F W 26 S GA PA GA;
-- George W. M W 25 S GA PA GA Bookkeeper Store;
-- James J. Son M W 23 S GA PA GAFarmer General farm;
-- Robert B. Son M W 21 S GA PA GA Cotton Buyer;
-- John J. Son M W 19 S GA PA GA;
-- Milton L. Son M W 15 S GA PA GA.

1920 U.S Census, Georgia, DeKalb County, Ward 2, Decatur; Series: T625 Roll: 249 Page: 82: 184 385 444 ALSTON Thomas H. Head M W 69 M GA NC GA Hunter[?]; -- Mattie M. Wife F W 67 M GA GA GA.
[Next door]
206 384 443 ALSTON Robert A. Head M W 41 M GA GA GA Traveling salesman Dry goods;
-- Mary M. Wife F W 40 M GA GA AL;
-- Wallace M. Son M W 18 S GA GA GA;
-- Robert A. Jr. Son M W 10 S GA GA GA.


Notes: Marriage

Thomas H. ALSTON married Mattie M. KENNON on 16 Dec 1874 in Fulton County, Georgia. [FamilySearch.org: Georgia Marriages, 1808-1967, indexing project (batch) number: M71288-7, system origin: Georgia-EASy, source film number: 409845]


General Notes: Child - Augustus Howard ALSTON

'Augustus Howard ALSTON b. 20 Aug. 1881 in Atlanta, Ga. d. 08 Oct. 1948 in Augusta, Ga. [Family records, Edwin Barry Speth, III]

1910 U.S. Census, Georgia, Richmond County, Ward 5, Augusta; Series: T624 Roll: 211 Page: 206: Wrightsboro Road 1505 1 1 ALSTON Augustus H. Head M W 28 M1 4 GA GA GA Tel. operator Railroad; -- Lucia S. Wife F W 25 M1 4 2 2 SC GA SC; -- Howard G. Son M W 2 S SC GA SC; -- Marion A. Son M W 11/12 S GA GA SC.

1920 U.S. Census, Georgia, Richmond County, Ward 5, Augusta; Series: T625 Roll: 276 Page: 201: Wrightsboro Road 1505 67 72 ALSTON A. H. Head M W 37 M GA GA GA Telegrapher Railroad; -- Lucia Wife F W 35 M GA GA GA; -- Howard Son M W 12 S SC GA GA; -- Marion Son M W 10 S GA GA GA; -- Margaret Dau F W 7 S GA GA GA; -- Mary Dau F W 5 S GA GA GA; DAVIS M. J. Housekepper F W 57 Wd GA GA GA. Housekeepper House. [Indexed as "E. H. ALSTON" at Heritage Quest. RLD]
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Thomas Howard ALSTON




Husband Thomas Howard ALSTON

         Born: 24 Sep 1910 - Richmond County, Georgia
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       Father: Augustus Howard ALSTON (1881-1948) 209,2208
       Mother: Lucia Mitchell SAMS (1884-1968) 209,2208,2210





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General Notes: Husband - Thomas Howard ALSTON

"Thomas Howard Alston b. 24 Sept 1910 in Augusta, Ga. d. 12 Jan 1912 in Augusta, Ga." [Family files, Edwin Barry Speth, III]
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Thomas Howard ALSTON, Jr.




Husband Thomas Howard ALSTON, Jr. 2201

         Born: Abt 1887 - Georgia 2201
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       Father: Thomas Howard ALSTON (1850-      ) 2199
       Mother: Mattie M. KENNON (1852-      ) 1313,2201





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Thomas Mitchell ALSTON




Husband Thomas Mitchell ALSTON 1517

         Born: 30 Dec 1814 1517
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       Father: John Drew ALSTON (Abt 1794-1852) 1517
       Mother: Nancy Raines WYCHE (1799-      ) 1517





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W. A. ALSTON




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       Father: James Asbury ALSTON (1815-1853)
       Mother: Rebecca Jane NORWOOD (1822-      )





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Walter ALSTON




Husband Walter ALSTON (details suppressed for this person)

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       Father: Rosser R. ALSTON (1905-1979)
       Mother: Azile PARKER (1918-1997)





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Pvt. Warren Jourdan ALSTON, CSA and Sarah Elizabeth RUSSELL




Husband Pvt. Warren Jourdan ALSTON, CSA 1362,2207

         Born: 22 Feb 1844 1937
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         Died: 25 Mar 1875 - Arkadelphia, Arkansas 2240
       Buried:  - Arkadelphia, Arkansas 2240


       Father: Dr. Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, Sr. (1820-1890) 2245,2246
       Mother: Catherine Lucretia JOURDAN (1825-1863) 2207,2246,2248


     Marriage: 2 Dec 1867 - Jackson County, Alabama 1937



Wife Sarah Elizabeth RUSSELL 1457,1886

         Born: Jun 1849 - Stevenson, Alabama 1362,2218
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       Father: William Lorenzo RUSSELL (1819-1869) 1457,1458
       Mother: Eleanor TALLY (1831-1852) 1457




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1 M Lorenzo Russell ALSTON 1520,1521

          AKA: Russell L. AUSTIN 1246
         Born: 16 Jul 1869 - Arkadelphia, Arkansas 2218
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         Died: 28 Mar 1950 - Jackson County, Alabama 1247
       Buried:  - Stevenson City Cemetery
       Spouse: Mae Leah ROSSER (1868-1952) 1519
         Marr: 6 Jul 1902 1247


2 M Nathaniel Charles ALSTON 1520

         Born: 21 Feb 1871 - Arkadelphia, Arkansas 2254
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         Died: 28 Mar 1950 - Jackson County, Alabama 2255
       Buried:  - Stevenson City Cemetery



3 M Francis William ALSTON 1247

         Born: 10 Dec 1873 - Arkadelphia, Arkansas 1247
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         Died: 9 Apr 1875 - Arkadelphia, Arkansas 1247
       Buried:  - Arkadelphia, Arkansas 2240



4 F Catherine ALSTON 1520

         Born: 4 Mar 1876 - Arkadelphia, Arkansas 1247
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         Died: 25 Jul 1967 - Jackson County, Alabama 1247
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       Spouse: William James LEGG (1871-1936) 1247,2217
         Marr: 3 Jan 1900 - Jackson County, Alabama 1247



General Notes: Husband - Pvt. Warren Jourdan ALSTON, CSA

Warren Jourdan ALSTON' father, Dr. N. C. Alston, Sr., sent him to school in Glennville, Alabama to be near his Great-Aunt Kitty, Catherine Daniell MITCHELL (sister of Juliette Anna DANIELL, wife of Col. Warren JOURDAN, who was Warren ALSTON's grandfather.) From there Warren J. ALSTON ran off with his MITCHELL cousins to join the Confederate Army. He was captured during the war, and kept a diary while in a Union prison.

Privates Warren J. Alston, Jordan H. Mitchell, Randolph Mitchell, and N. B. Mitchell are named in the published muster roll of the City Light Guards, Company A, Second Battalion of Georgia Volunteers, at Camp Lee, near Petersburg, Va., June 20th, 1862. [The Columbus Daily Enquirer, Columbus, Georgia, Sunday, February 20, 1898, Page 6]

Warren Jourdan ALSTON married Sarah Elizabeth "Lizzie" RUSSELL on 2 Dec 1867. After the war, Warren and Lizzie moved to Arkadelphia, Arkansas and had 3 children: Russell L., Elizabeth, and Charles.

1870 U.S. Census, Arkansas, Clark County, Arkadelphia P O; Series: M593 Roll: 49 Page: 202: 31 29 ALSTON, Warren J. 26 M W Apothecary 300 AL; --Lizzie E. 20 F W Keeping house AL; --Russell L. 9/12 F (sic, but Male. RLD) GA Oct. Next door: 32 30 RUSSELL, Martha L. 36 F W Keeping house AL; -- William L. 3 M W AR.

Warren was a druggist, operating an apothecary in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. In 1875, he contracted smallpox from a customer, and died soon after. His widow, Elizabeth Russell ALSTON moved her family back to Stevenson, Jackson County, Alabama, where, in 1880, she is head of household and lives next door to her uncle, Israel P. RUSSELL.

Warren had two sons, Russell Lorenzo and Nathaniel Charles, and one daughter, Catherine, who he may not have lived to see. His descendants live in Stevenson, Alabama. One descendant was a Lt. LEGG of the U. S. Navy.


General Notes: Wife - Sarah Elizabeth RUSSELL

Sarah Elizabeth "Lizzy" RUSSELL married Warren Jourdan ALSTON while he was attending school in Glennville, Alabama in 1867. About 1870, Warren moved his family to Arkadelphia, Arkansas. The 1870 census for Arkadelphia, Arkansas shows that Warren and Lizzie's next door neighbor is a Martha RUSSELL, 36, born in Alabama who has a son, William L., 3, born in Arkansas. (Question - Was this her mother, 16 years older than Lizzie, or a different relation?)

1870 U.S. Census, Arkansas, clark County, Arkadelphia P.O.; Series: M593 Roll: ___ Page: 4:
31 29 ALSTON Warren J. 26 M W Apothecary --- 3000 AL
-- Lizzie E. 20 F W GA
-- Russell L. 9/12 F W GA Oct
32 30 RUSSELL Martha L. 36 F W Keeping house AL
-- William L. 3 M W AR

After contracting small pox from one of his patients in 1875, Warren died. Lizzy and her three young children moved from Arkadelphia, Arkansas to Stevenson, Jackson County, Alabama. In the 1880 U. S. Census, Jackson County, Alabama, she and her three children, Lorenzo Russell, Nathaniel Charles, and Catherine, live next door to her uncle, Israel P. RUSSELL, 55, and his wife Mattie, 42. Lizzie, head of household, is listed as Isreal's niece. Lizzie is a music teacher.

The relationship of these families bring together the RUSSELL, McCULLOH, DANIELL, DANIEL, COOK, and JOURDAN descent lines. 1880 Census Place E. D. 101-108, Jackson, Alabama Family History Library Film 1254016 NA Film Number T9-0016 Page Number 89D: Isriel P. RUSSELL Self M Male W 55 AL Farmer -- --; Mattie RUSSELL Wife M Female W 42 GA Keeping House GA GA; Emna RUSSELL Dau S Female W 14 AL At Home AL GA; Ellen RUSSELL Dau S Female W 13 AL At Home AL GA; James RUSSELL Son S Male W 13 AL At Home AL GA; Blanch RUSSELL Dau S Female W 10 AL At Home AL GA; Annie RUSSELL Dau S Female W 8 AL At Home AL GA; Isriel P. RUSSELL Son S Male W 4 AL AL GA.
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182 200 Lizy ALSTON Niece Wd Female W 31 AL Music Teacher AL AL; Lorenzo R. ALSTON GNephew S Male W 10 GA At Home GA AL; Nathaniel C. ALSTON GNephew S Male W 8 AR GA AL; Kathy ALSTON GNiece S Female W 4 AR GA AL.

The 1900 census shows Lizzie ALSTON with her three children still at home. It indicates that Lizzie has had 4 children, but only three are still alive.
1900 U.S. Census, Alabama, Jackson County, Stevenson, 1 June 1900; Series: T623 Roll: 19 Page: 32: 23 23 ALSTON, Lizzie Head W F Jun 1849 50 W 4 3 AL AL AL; -- Russell Son W M July 1869 30 S GA GA AL Pharmacist; -- Charley Son W M Feb 1872 28 S AR GA AL R.R. Agent; -- (LEGG) Kate Dau W F March 1876 24 M 0 0 0 AR GA AL; LEGG William Son-in-law W M Nov 1872 28 M 0 TN TN TN R.R. Brakeman.

Sarah Elizabeth is buried in Stevenson City Cemetery, Stevenson, Jackson County, Alabama.Find A Grave Memorial# 56878148 created by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Aug 10, 2010 records her birth on Jun. 13, 1849 and death on Jul. 31, 1909.


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General Notes: Child - Lorenzo Russell ALSTON

1910 U.S. Census, Alabama, Jackson County, Stephenson, 15 April 1910; Series: T624 Roll: 16 Page: 42: College Street 7 7 ROSSER, Mary E. Head 69 Wd 3 2 MS TN TN; ALSTON, Russell L. Son-in-law 40 M1 7 Farmer/Truck Farm GA GA GA; -- May R. Dau 40 M1 7 1 1 AL Wales MS; -- Rosser R. Gson 5 AL GA AL; HOPKINS, Lizzie Lodger 40 S Milliner/ Gen Store AL TN TN.
1920 U.S. Census, Alabama, Jackson County, Stephenson; Series: T625 Roll: 18 Page: 206: 477 477 ROSSER Mary E. Head O F F W 79 Wd MS TN TN; -- Walter W. Son M W 43 M AL Wales MS Physician medical; -- Mae Dau-in-law F W 42 M AL AL AL; AUSTIN Russell L. Son-in-law M W 51 M AL GA AL Mail carrier Government; -- Mae Dau F W 50 M AL Wales MS; -- Rosser Grandson M W 14 SAL AL AL. (Note: Russell is ALSTON in other censuses.)


General Notes: Child - Nathaniel Charles ALSTON

Nathaniel Charles ALSTON, son of Warren Jourdan ALSTON and Sarah Elizabeth RUSSELL was born in Feb 1872 in Arkansas.
In 1920, he is named as Charlie N., 44, a salesman in a drug store, a nephew, single, living in the home of his uncle, Nathaniel C. and Bertha Clegg ALSTON in Sumter County, Georgia. "ALSTON Charlie N Nephew M W 44 S AR GA GA Salesman Drug store".

Nathaniel Charles ALSTON is buried in Stevenson City Cemetery, Stevenson, Jackson County, Alabama.Find A Grave Memorial# 50713447 created by Judy K. Brantley/Wilson on Apr 06, 2010 records his birth on Feb. 21, 1871 and death on Mar. 31, 1942. 2256


General Notes: Child - Catherine ALSTON

The History of Stewart County, Georgia, p 365, provides that Elizabeth was one of the children of Warren Jourdan ALSTON and Sarah Elizabeth RUSSELL. Their daughter Catherine may be Catherine Elizabeth or Elizabeth Catherine.

Catherine ALSTON married William James LEGG. She is buried in Stevenson City Cemetery, Stevenson, Jackson County, Alabama. Find A Grave Memorial# 50713459 records her name as "Kate Alston Legg" born Mar. 4, 1876 and died Jul. 25, 1967.
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William B. ALSTON




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       Mother: Willie B. BRIGGS (Abt 1865-      )




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William J. ALSTON




Husband William J. ALSTON 2226

         Born: Abt 1866 - Georgia 2226
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Colonel William J. ALSTON, CSA and Mariana BROWN




Husband Colonel William J. ALSTON, CSA 2228,2239

         Born: 21 Jul 1802 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 2242
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       Father: James ALSTON (1773-1841) 2227
       Mother: Frances KIRKLAND (1777-1823) 2228


     Marriage: Cir 1823

 Other Spouse: Susannah Pope COOK (Abt 1830-1870) 2204,2239 - 1852 2204



Wife Mariana BROWN 2242

         Born: Cir 1805 - South Carolina
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1 M James Henry ALSTON 2242

         Born: Cir 1825
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2 M Colonel William Samuel ALSTON (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M Kirkland ALSTON (details suppressed for this person)

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4 M Marian Kennan ALSTON, CSA 2239,2242

         Born: Abt 1836 - South Carolina 2239
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General Notes: Husband - Colonel William J. ALSTON, CSA

"Colonel William J. ALSTON married again in 1823 Susan F. COOK, the beautiful and affable daughter of the late General Philip COOK. They had three children; Philip Cook, a most estimable youth , who died of Consumption in 1874; Frances Kirkland, a girl of an unusually lovely character; firm, yet gentle end patient, who died June 10, 1876 at the home of her guardian, Major T. W. WOODWARD, endeared by her noble traits to all who knew her, Joseph Kirkland ALSTON, the only surviving child of this marriage, was last year admitted to the bar of South Carolina, and is now engaged in the practice of law in Columbia, Mrs. Susan ALSTON died in 1870 in Spartenburg, whither she had gone to educate her three children." [History of Fairfield County, South Carolina, p. 72]

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County, Winnsboro P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1219 Page: 274: 1302 1302 W. J. ALSTON 57 M Planter 61,045 216,945 SC; Susan P. -- 30 F SC; M. K. -- 24 M SC; P. C. -- 6 M SC; Frances K. -- 5 F SC.


General Notes: Wife - Mariana BROWN

"of John's Island, South Carolina."


General Notes: Child - James Henry ALSTON

"died when a child"
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Colonel William J. ALSTON, CSA and Susannah Pope COOK




Husband Colonel William J. ALSTON, CSA 2228,2239

         Born: 21 Jul 1802 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 2242
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       Father: James ALSTON (1773-1841) 2227
       Mother: Frances KIRKLAND (1777-1823) 2228


     Marriage: 1852 2204

 Other Spouse: Mariana BROWN (Cir 1805-      ) 2242 - Cir 1823



Wife Susannah Pope COOK 2204,2239

          AKA: Susan P. COOK
         Born: Abt 1830 - South Carolina 2239
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       Father: General Philip Drury COOK (Abt 1804-1872) 2257
       Mother: Jemina Ann WILLIAMSON (Abt 1808-Between 1860/1870) 2258




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1 M Philip Cook ALSTON 2204,2239

         Born: Abt 1854 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 2239
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2 F Frances Kirkland ALSTON 2239

         Born: Abt 1855 - Fairfield County, South Carolina 2239
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3 M Colonel Joseph Kirkland ALSTON 2250

         Born: Abt 1861 - South Carolina 2251
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       Buried:  - York County, South Carolina
       Spouse: Isabel Bratton McCAW (Cir 1863-      )



General Notes: Husband - Colonel William J. ALSTON, CSA

"Colonel William J. ALSTON married again in 1823 Susan F. COOK, the beautiful and affable daughter of the late General Philip COOK. They had three children; Philip Cook, a most estimable youth , who died of Consumption in 1874; Frances Kirkland, a girl of an unusually lovely character; firm, yet gentle end patient, who died June 10, 1876 at the home of her guardian, Major T. W. WOODWARD, endeared by her noble traits to all who knew her, Joseph Kirkland ALSTON, the only surviving child of this marriage, was last year admitted to the bar of South Carolina, and is now engaged in the practice of law in Columbia, Mrs. Susan ALSTON died in 1870 in Spartenburg, whither she had gone to educate her three children." [History of Fairfield County, South Carolina, p. 72]

1860 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Fairfield County, Winnsboro P O; Series: M653 Roll: 1219 Page: 274: 1302 1302 W. J. ALSTON 57 M Planter 61,045 216,945 SC; Susan P. -- 30 F SC; M. K. -- 24 M SC; P. C. -- 6 M SC; Frances K. -- 5 F SC.


General Notes: Wife - Susannah Pope COOK

Susan Pope ALSTON, daughter of Philip D. COOK is named in the 1852 LW&T of her grandfather, Nathaniel "Nathan" P. COOK.

"Colonel William J. ALSTON married again in 1852 Miss Susan P. COOK, the beautiful and affable daughter of the late General Philip COOK."

Susan was widowed in 1868.

1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Charleston County, 2-Wd Charleston; Series: M593 Roll: 1486 Page: 77: Line 24 ALSTON Susan 60 F W SC; -- Jane 25 F W SC; -- Rebecca 20 F W SC.
Susan lives in the household of Cleland HUGER, 50. The relationship between Susan, Jane and Rebecca is not yet discovered.

Susan's children, Phillip C., 17, Frances M., 14, and Joseph, 9, are at school, and listed as a household in Spartanburg County:
1870 U.S. Census, South Carolina, Spartanburg County; Spartanburg C. H. P O; Series: M593 Roll: 1508 Page: 569: 100 114 ALSTON Phillip 17 M W At school --- 500 SC; -- Fannie 14 F W At school SC; -- Joseph 9 M W At school SC; WILLIAMS Sallie 16 F W At school SC; -- Susannah 12 F W At school SC; -- Rebecca 14 F W At school SC.

"Mrs. Susan ALSTON died in 1870 in Spartanburg, whither she had gone to educate her children." (History of Fairfield County, p. 72)

Obituary: Mrs. Susannah P. ALSTON Christian Advocate 16, 1870 Susannah P. Alston, relict of the late Col. William J. Alston and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Cook, of Fairfield Dist., S. C., died May 31, 1870. She had removed to Spartanburg last autumn for the education of her children and the orphan children of a deceased sister.... W. S. [http://www.palmettoroots.org/CountyFairfieldObit.html]


General Notes: Child - Frances Kirkland ALSTON

"Frances Kirkland, a girl of an unusually lovely character; firm, yet gentle and patient, who died June 10, 1876 at the home of her guardian, Major T. W. WOODWARD, endeared by her noble traits to all who knew her." (History of Fairfield County, p. 72)


General Notes: Child - Colonel Joseph Kirkland ALSTON

Joseph Kirkland ALSTON was a son of Colonel William J. ALSTON and Susannah Pope COOK.

Colonel Joseph K. ALSTON served in the South Carolina Militia during the Spanish-American War. "The First Regiment of Infantry was mustered in June 2nd, 1000 strong, with Joseph K. ALSTON, colonel, and James H. TILMAN, lieutenant colonel.... Colonel ALSTON died before the regiment was mustered out, and was an unusually efficient and popular officer. He was a Fairfield County man, who had been educated at Carolina Militart Institute, Charlotte, and at the Virginia Military Institute. He had been an active member of the Richland Volunteers before he settled in Columbia to study law, and established the successful firm of ALSTON & PATTON before the war. In 1897 he was commissioned captain by Governor ELLERBE and colonel at the muster-in of the First Regiment." The First Regiment was sent to Florida and was not sent to Cuba. While in camp, Colonel ALSTON became ill and died on October 21, 1898. [History of South Carolina, Yates Snowden, Harry Gardner Cutler, p. 1041]

"ALSTON, JOSEPH KIRKLAND, 37, Yorkville, h/o Isabel Bratton McCaw, s/o Susannah Cook Alston and William J. Alston, GI Oct 27, 1898, p2, 5" (Obituaries 1898 - Greenwood Index (GI) - file revised July 11, 2005, Abstracted and compiled by John Robert Young, http://www.greenwoodcountylibrary.org/obits/obit1898.html)
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General Notes: Husband - William L. ALSTON

"David ALSTON married and left three sons, ... William L., who perished with Fanning's men March 27, 1836, in the Fort Goliad, Texas. James died in 1848. The two last never married." [Some Prominent Fairfield Families, News & Herald, Winnsboro, S.C., Friday, July 5, 1901, http://genealogytrails.com/scar/fairfield/fairfield_hx.htm]
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Colonel William Samuel ALSTON and Edith MATTHEWS




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"of John's Island" (South Carolina)
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William Samuel ALSTON




Husband William Samuel ALSTON 2249

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       Father: John ALSTON III (1790-1835)
       Mother: Charity TATE (Abt 1790-1835) 2244





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General Notes: Wife - Randi ALTO

In the 2004 obituary of her grandfather, Loy Watson TERRY, Randi ALTO of Newport News, Virginia is named as his granddaughter daughter.
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William ALTO and Kim T. TERRY




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       Father: Loy Watson TERRY (1923-2004)
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General Notes: Husband - William ALTO

Of Newport News, Virginia.


General Notes: Wife - Kim T. TERRY

In the 2004 obituary of her father, Loy Watson TERRY, Kim T. ALTO of Newport News, Virginia, is named as his daughter..


General Notes: Child - Randi ALTO

In the 2004 obituary of her grandfather, Loy Watson TERRY, Randi ALTO of Newport News, Virginia is named as his granddaughter daughter.
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Daniel ALVARADO and Theresa Anne JUROSZEK




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       Father: Paul J. JUROSZEK (1927-1997)
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General Notes: Wife - Theresa Anne JUROSZEK

Theresa Anne and husband, Daniel Alvarado, of Jupiter, Florida. are named as daughter and spouse in the November 2008 obituary of Dorothea Jane "Dottie" Lovett Juroszek.

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James Orville PATTERSON, Jr. and Amy C. AMADON




Husband James Orville PATTERSON, Jr. 2259

         Born: 12 Mar 1865 - Harford County, Maryland 2259
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         Died: 26 Aug 1952 - Chouteau County, Montana
       Buried:  - Riverside Cemetery, Chouteau County, Montana


       Father: James O. PATTERSON, Sr. (      -1886) 2260
       Mother: Jane DE LA ROCHE (      -      ) 2260


     Marriage: Dec 1913 2261

 Other Spouse: Eugenia Cary HURST (1869-1910) 2259,2262 - 15 Mar 1898 - Baltimore County, Maryland 2261



Wife Amy C. AMADON 2261,2263

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       Father: Edward AMADON (      -      ) 2261
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1 F Amy C. PATTERSON 2263

         Born: 1914 - Montana 2263
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2 F Elenore PATTERSON 2263

         Born: 1915 - Montana 2263
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3 M John PATTERSON 2263

         Born: 1916 - Montana 2263
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4 F Patricia PATTERSON 2263

         Born: 1917 - Montana 2263
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5 F Ann Sophia PATTERSON 2261

         Born: 21 Sep 1921 - Silver Bow County, Montana
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         Died: 10 Mar 2002 - Fergus County, Montana
       Buried:  - Riverside Cemetery, Chouteau County, Montana
       Spouse: Louis F. JURGENS (1922-1989)
         Marr: 12 Jan 1941 - Cascade County, Montana



General Notes: Husband - James Orville PATTERSON, Jr.

James Orville PATTERSON, son of James Orville PATTERSON and Anna Jane de la Roche, was born in Perryman, Harford County, Maryland.

1900 U.S. Census, Montana, Chouteau County, Highwood Twp; Series: T623 Roll: 910 Page: 104: 505 508 PATTERSON Jas. Head W M Mar 1865 35 M 2 MD MD DC Wool grower; -- Eugenia C. Wife Mar 1870 30 M 2 1 1 WV WV WV; -- Shirley H. Dau W F Jan 1899 1 S MT MD WV; HURST Mary T. S-in-law Sept 1864 35 S WV WV WV; HURST Wm D. B-in-law Mar 1876 24 S WV WV WV Ranch laborer; MORRIS Wm H. Boarder W M Mar 1869 31 M 3 KY KY KY Ranch laborer; -- Nora M. Boarder W F July 1873 26 M 3 MO OH OH Servant; -- Claude F. Boarder W M Sept 1898 1 S MO KY MO; King Charlie Boarder Ch M Oct 1863 36 36 S China China China 1879 AL Cook.

James and Eugenia had five children. Their fifth child Jane Cabaniss Patterson was born in 1908 and died in 1909. Eugenia died February 11, 1910.

James Orville Patterson's family is enumerated twice in the 1910 census, in California and in Montana, apparently on vacation and at home.
1910 U.S. Census, California, Los Angeles County, Hollywood, Precinct 2, Hollywood Hotel; Series: T624 Roll: 84 Page: 172, starting Line 34:
PATTERSON James O. Border [sic] M W 45 Wd MD ?? DC Land and Live stock;
-- Katherine D. Border [sic] F W 9 S MT MD WV;
-- Eugenia C. Border [sic] F W 7 S MT MD WV;
-- James O. Border [sic] M W 5 S MT MD WV.
And
1910 U.S. Census, Montana, Chouteau County, 2-Wd Fort Benton; Series: T624 Roll: 830 Page: 109: 354 375 PATTERSON Orvil [sic] J Head M W 47 Wd MD MD Georgetown None; -- Katherine Dau F W 7 S MT MD Georgetown; -- Eugenia Dau F W 5 S MT MD Georgetown, D.C.; -- James O. Jr. Son M W 4 S MT MD Georgetown, DC.

James then married Amy AMIDON and had 3 more children by her, including Katherine Patterson b. 1903, Eugenia Patterson b. 1905, James Orville Patterson b. 1906, and Amy Patterson b. 1914 Fort Benton, MT d. 1998 Fort Benton, MT.

1920 U.S. Census, Montana, Cascade County, Great Falls 14-Pct; Series: T625 Roll: 968 Page: 180: 1027 130 160 PATTERSON J. Orville Head M W 54 M MD MD D.C. Stockman Live stock; -- Amy A. Wife F W 40 M IL IL IL; -- Eugenia C. Dau F W 17 S MT MD WV; -- James O. Jr. Son 14 S MT MD WV; -- Amy C. Dau F W 5 S MT MD IL; -- Elenore [sic] Dau F W 4 S MT MD IL; -- John Son M W 3 S MT MD IL; -- Patricia Dau F W 2 S MT MD IL; WILBORN Nettie G. Servant F W 30 S MO NC US Housework General.

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XCMF-5D2 : accessed 06 Jun 2013), Ann S Patterson in entry for James Patterson, 1930. Affiliate Publication Number: T626, roll 1253, Sheet Number and Letter: 21B, Great Falls, Cascade County, Montana, District: 0013, Household ID: 445
James Patterson Head M 65 Maryland
Amy A Patterson Wife F 48 Illinois
Amy C Patterson Dau F 15 Montana
L Nora Patterson Dau F 14 Montana
John D Patterson Son M 13 Montana
Patty Patterson Dau F 12 Montana
Ann S Patterson Dau F 8 Montana MD IL
Edward A Guptill Roomer M 39 Minnesota
Thomas L Torrison Roomer M 20 North Dakota
Thos L Carson Roomer M 22 North Dakota
Sadie M Cowley Roomer F 40 North Dakota

Affiliate Publication Number: T627 Affiliate Film Number: 2216 Sheet Number and Letter: 1A. Family Number: 5:
"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VB3Y-Z25 : accessed 06 Jun 2013), Ann S Patterson in entry for James O Patterson, 1940. School District 67 Montague, Chouteau, Montana, District: 8-60.
James O Patterson Head M 75 Maryland
Ann S Patterson Dau F 18 Montana
Frederick Ervin Worker M 36 Nebraska
Hederik Hany Worker M 24 Montana

James died in Fort Benton, Montana and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Fort Benton, Chouteau County, Montana. A picture of his headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 64781561:

JAMES ORVILLE
MAR. 12, 1865
AUG. 26, 1952
PATTERSON

The memorial provides links to those for his parents, James Orville Patterson (1821 - 1886) and Anna Jane de la Roche Patterson (1826 - 1891), and his wife, Eugenia Cary Hurst Patterson (1869 - 1910).


General Notes: Wife - Amy C. AMADON

Alternate place of birth: Missouri. 2261


General Notes: Child - Elenore PATTERSON

Called "Nora." 2261


General Notes: Child - Ann Sophia PATTERSON

Ann Jurgens died 10 Mar 2002 in Fergus County, Montana at age 80. She was divorced. "Montana, Death Index, 1860-2007," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VHCL-J9C : accessed 07 Jun 2013), Ann Jurgens, 2002.

Ann Sophia Patterson, wife of Louis F. Jurgens is buried in Plot: A0256, Riverside Cemetery, Fort Benton, Chouteau County, Montana. A picture of her headstone is on Find A Grave Memorial# 75210619

ANN SOPHIA PATTERSON
JURGENS
SEPT 21 1921 - MAR 10 2002

Her memorial links to those of her parents, James Orville Patterson (1865 - 1952) and Amy A. Patterson (1882 - 1969), and her husband, Louis F. Jurgens (1922 - 1989).

"I was raised on the ranch that my granddad JO Patterson put together and would not give up the experiences and wonderful memories for anything My Mother (Ann Sophia Patterson) is the youngest of 6 children of JO's second family, I am pretty much the keeper of the JO records and photographs of this Patterson family - some are very old and date back to Baltimore." [Jon R. Jurgens, email, 5 Jun 2013]

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Edward AMADON




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1 F Amy C. AMADON 2261,2263

         Born: Abt 1879 - Illinois 2263
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       Spouse: James Orville PATTERSON, Jr. (1865-1952) 2259
         Marr: Dec 1913 2261



General Notes: Child - Amy C. AMADON

Alternate place of birth: Missouri. 2261
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Adam Perry AMAKER and Augusta ZIMMERMAN




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Thomas A. AMAKER and Blanche SISTRUNK




Husband Thomas A. AMAKER 2105

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1 F Annie Blanch AMAKER 241,2105

         Born: 11 Apr 1899 241
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       Spouse: Charles Dantzler ALBERGOTTI (1894-      ) 1781,2105
         Marr: 29 Oct 1924


2 F Caroline Augusta AMAKER (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes: Child - Annie Blanch AMAKER

"BLANCHE ALBERGOTTI 11 Apr 1899 Dec 1974 29115 (Orangeburg, Orangeburg, SC (none specified) 250-58-2921 South Carolina" (SSDI)
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John AMATS and Debra MORRIS




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James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII and Bettye Jane AMMER




Husband James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII 1266

         Born: 7 Jun 1920 - Thomas County, Georgia 1267
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       Father: James Ulmer DANIELL (1899-1969) 812
       Mother: Jewell G. SINGLETARY (1898-1995)


     Marriage: 5 Oct 1941 - Collier County, Florida (Divorced in 1944)

 Other Spouse: Thelma Lee WATKINS -  (Divorced in 1946)

 Other Spouse: Bettye Jane AMMER (1924-2004) 1157,1270 - 8 Jul 1946 - Broward County, Florida (Divorced in 1966)

 Other Spouse: Margaret -  (Divorced in 1969)

 Other Spouse: Flora WARMOUTH



Wife Bettye Jane AMMER 1157,1270

         Born: 13 Jun 1924 - Lucas County, Ohio 241
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     Cremated:  - ashes spread over the Atlantic Ocean 1269


       Father: Samuel S. AMMER (1890-1968) 1157
       Mother: Mary JOSEPH (1895-      ) 1157



 Other Spouse: Max Joseph KESTNER, USN, WWII (1922-      ) - 1944 - Volusia County, Florida (Divorced in 1945)

 Other Spouse: James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII (1920-1984) 1266 - 8 Jul 1946 - Broward County, Florida (Divorced in 1966)

 Other Spouse: Walter Francis LAROCK (1924-1999) 1157 - Dec 1967 - Palm Beach County, Florida


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General Notes: Husband - James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII

James Talbot DANIELL was born on 7 Jun 1920 near Pavo, Georgia on the farm where his parents, James Ulmer and Jewel Singletary DANIELL, and grandparents, Charles Henry and Mary Melvina Baker DANIELL, lived. He was called "Talbot" by the family and was known as "Big Bud" or "Bud" to his stepmother, Carmen SWANSON, and half brothers, Robert Louis and Walter Earl DANIELL.

Talbot accompanied his parents and younger brother Walter Fritz DANIELL to Miami after the family farm was sold in 1923.
Talbot and his brother Fritz returned to Pavo to live on Granddaddy Daniell's farm for several years after their mother and father divorced. While there, Talbot's brother, Fritz, contracted colitis (some say pleurisy) and died at his grandfather's farm on May 6, 1936.

Family recollections say that Talbot was talking to his grandfather Charles Henry DANIEL on the front porch of the Pavo homestead when Charles Henry suffered a heart attack and died on August 10, 1936. They had been discussing airplanes when Talbot was asked to bring in some firewood. When he returned to the front porch, Charles Henry had died sitting in his rocking chair.

1940 U.S. Census, Florida, Dade County, Area C, Miami Pct 78; Series: T627 Roll: 631 Page: 10A:
S. W. 12th Ave. 434 331 Rent $15/mo. DANIELL Jewel Head F W 42 M H-2 GA [in 1935 lived] Same Place Dressmaker Private family $600; -- James Son M W 19 S H-4 GA [in 1935 lived] Same Place Stock clerk Dept Store $210

James L. [sic, T.] Daniell, age 21, married Bettye Jane Ammer, age 21, on 5 October 1941 in Collier County, Florida. Recorded in Volume 647, Certificate number 27481. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001,"]
Bettye Jane was age 17, not 21, as indicated. Both she and James resided in Miami, Dade County, Florida. The marriage was in Collier County which bordered Dade to the west. It may be that they eloped to another county and Bettye misstated her age to facilitate the marriage. Five days later, 10 October 1941, James Talbot joined the Army Air Corps, claiming to be single without dependants. His marriage to Bettye Ammer may have been almost immediately annulled by parents.

On 10 October 1941, James T. Daniell, enlisted as a private in the Regular Army, United States Army Air Corps, at Camp Blanding, Florida. He was born in Georgia in 1920 and had 3 years of high school. He had experience as a shipping and receiving clerk and was single, without dependents. His serial number was 34057394. [Box number 0746. Film reel number 1.263. (http://aad.archives.gov/aad/series-description.jsp?s=3360&cat=all&bc=sl)]

On 30 December 1943, Pvt. James Talbot Daniell, turret gunner, later bombardier, was assigned to the 310th Bombardment Group, 381st Bombardment Squadron at Philippeville, Algeria, Africa. His squadron flew B-25 Mitchell medium bombers. The B-25 had a range of 1,350 miles, a maximum speed of 271 miles per hour, cruised at 230 miles per hour and carried a crew of 5, depending on model.

381st Bombardment Squadron War Diary: Thursday 30 Dec. 1943; The following enlisted men were assigned to the Squadron: Cpl. F.J. Dzienkiewicz and Pvts. Julius L. Bazzett, turret-gunner; James T. Daniell, turret-gunner; Robert Milton Harris turret-gunner; Cpl. Francis J. Dzienkiewicz, turret-gunner; and Thomas F. Youngman, turret-gunner. [http://57thbombwing.com/381st_History/HistoryDec43.pdf]

Between 24 January 1944 and 6 August 1944, "J. T. Daniell" flew 67 combat missions, logging 179 hours and 59 minutes flight time. His first 20 missions were as the tail gunner. His regular aircrew for 18 of these missions were F/O Keith, C.F., pilot; 2nd Lt. Gimson, K.L., co-pilot; Sgt. Maddox, L., Engineeer; T/Sgt. Cobb, Bert A., Radio; Sgt. Kramer, C.C., Gunner; Pvt. Daniell, J.T., Tail Gunner. "J.T." flew an additional 47 missions as bombardier.
His combat missions record: date, aircraft serial number, mission type/target, flight duration:
1. 24 Jan 44, SM 144, 42-65093-G, Sea Search, (1 hr, 30 min)
2. 29 Jan 44, SM 147, 42-65093-G, Sea Search, (1 hr, 50 min)
3. 31 Jan 44, SM 149, 42-65093-G, Shipping Strike, (2 hr, 31 min)
4. 06 Feb 44, SM 153, 42-65093-G, Piombino Harbor, (2 hr, 10 min)
5. 07 Feb 44, SM 155, 42-65093-G, Porto San Stefano Harbor, (2 hr, 25 min)
6. 08 Feb 44, SM 156, 42-65093-G, Shipping Strike, (1 hr, 30 min)
7. 09 Feb 44, SM 158, 42-65093-G, Porto San Stefano Harbor, (2 hr, 20 min)
8. 10 Feb 44, SM 160, 42-65093-G, Sea Search, (1 hr, 35 min)
9. 12 Feb 44, SM 162, 42-32487-G, Sestri Levante Harbor, (2 hr, 40 min)
10. 13 Feb 44, SM 164, 42-32487-G, Sea Search, (2 hr, 15 min)
11. 14 Feb 44, SM 167, 42-32487-G, Shipping in Leghorn Harbor, (2 hr, 05 min)
12. 15 Feb 44, SM 169, 42-32487-G, Sea Search and San Stefano Harbor, (2 hr, 15 min)
13. 15 Feb 44, SM 171, 42-32487-G, Warehouses at San Stefano, (2 hr, 00 min)
14. 16 Feb 44, SM 174, 42-32487-G, Sea Search, (1 hr, 50 min)
15. 17 Feb 44, SM 177, 42-32487-G, Porto San Stefano Harbor, (2 hr, 05 min)
16. 17 Feb 44, SM 179, 42-32487-G, Port Ercole Harbor, (2 hr, 00 min)
17. 18 Feb 44, SM 182, 42-32487-G, Leghorn Harbor, 1 hr, 50 min)
18. 19 Feb 44, SM 183, 42-64580, Tarquinia Airdrome, Italy, (1 hr, 45 min)
19. 22 Feb 44, SM 187, 42-32487-G, Sea Search, (1 hr, 40 min) Listed as "Pvt. Daniell, J. M."
20. 23 Feb 44, SM 188, 42-32487-G, Sea Search, (1 hr, 55 min) [Last mission flown as a Tail Gunner. RLD]
** One month between missions. [Time spent training to become a bombardier? RLD]
21. 24 Mar 44, SM 206, 41-30107-D, 380th aircraft, Leghorn Harbor, (2 hr, 10 min) [First mission as a bombardier, all subsequent mission flown as bombardier. RLD]
22. 02 Apr 44, SM 212, 42-64828-G 379th aircraft. Railroad Viaduct at Q-717310. (2 hr, 25 min) Listed as "Baniell, J. T."
23. 06 Apr 44, SM 214, 42-32444-C, Rail Bridges, Cecina, (2 hr, 10 min)
24. 07 Apr 44, SM 215, 42-32444-C, Certaldo Marshalling Yard and Railroad BridgeR-353002, Italy, (2hr, 30 min)
25. 10 Apr 44, SM 216, 42-32444-C, Railroad Bridge at U684358, (2 hr, 12 min)
26. 12 Apr 44, SM 217, 42-32444-C, Railroad Bridges, Certaldo and Cecina, (2 hr, 12 min)
27. 15 Apr 44, SM 219, 42-32444-C, Marshalling Yards at Leghorn, (2 hr, 05 min)
28. 19 Apr 44, SM 220, 42-32444-C, Fuel Dump at R-353002, Italy, (2 hr, 15 min)
29. 23 Apr 44, SM 222, 42-32444-C, Railroad Bridge at R-619333, (3 hr, 05 min)
30. 24 Apr 44, SM 223, 42-32444-C, Railroad Bridge at A-401655, Italy, (2 hr, 00 min)
31. 25 Apr 44, SM 224, 43-27497-J, Railroad Bridge at A-399757, Italy, (2 hr, 50 min)
** 28 Apr 44, Pvt. J. T. Daniell took off for rest camp at Capri.
32. 10 May 44, SM 232, 42-32444-C, Monte Molino Railroad Bridge, (2 hr, 35 min)
33. 12 May 44, SM 235, 42-32444-C, Pico Road Block, (3 hr, 30 min)
34. 13 May 44, SM 237, 42-32444-C, Itri Tunnel Mouth, (2 hr, 15 min)
35. 16 May 44, SM 241, 42-32444-C, Railroad Tunnel Passignano Sul Trasimone, (2 hr, 39 min)
36. 19 May 44, SM 244, 43-27479-J, Rignano Railroad Bridge, (2 hr, 35 min)
37. 22 May 44, SM 245, 42-64592-C, Road Block at Civitella Roveto, (4 hr, 35 min)
38. 26 May 44, SM 250, 43-3639-D, Poggibonsi Railroad Bridge, (2 hr, 11 min)
39. 27 May 44, SM 252, 43-3639-D, Arezzo Railroad Bridge, (2 hr, 25 min)
40. 28 May 44, SM 253, 43-87448-D, Nagrano Railroad Bridge, Borgo Val Di Taro Railroad Bridge, Rocco Railroad Bridge, (2 hr, 50 min)
41. 30 May 44, SM 256, 43-3639-D, Agosta Road Bridge, (3hr, 40 min)
42. 31 May 44, SM 257, 43-27561-J, Narino Troop Concentration, fragmentation bombing on the Hermann Goring Division, assisting in the U.S. forces breakout from Anzio Beach. (3 hr, 25 min)
43. 01 June 44, SM 258, 43-3639-D, Tivoli Road Bridge, (2 hr, 25 min)
44. 02 June 44, SM 260, 43-27674-J, Road Bridge North of Staz Di Fera Sabina, (2 hr, 25 min)
45. 04 June 44, SM 261, 43-3639-D, Pessaro Railroad Bridges and Monte Pescali Road Junction, (3 hr, 00 min)
46. 05 June 44, SM 263, 43-3639-D, Osteria Road Bridge, (2 hr, 35 min)
47. 06 June 44, SM 265, 43-3639-D, Rieti Road Block, (2 hr, 30 min)
48. 09 June 44, SM 267, 43-3639-D, Pesaro Railroad Bridge, (2 hr, 42 min)
49. 10 June 44, SM 268, 43-3639-J, Calafuria Road Bridge and Railroad Bridge at Q-035395, (1 hr, 55 min). Note: this a/c "-D" in most other missions list.
50. 13 June 44, SM 270, 43-3639-D, Nickelling Mission. Note: 3,000,000 pamphlets dropped, vicinity Groseto and Siena, (2 hr, 15 min)
51. 14 June 44, SM 271, 43-3639-J, Canneto Railroad Tunnel, (2 hr, 40 min) Note: this a/c "-D" in most other missions list.
52. 15 June 44, SM 272, 43-3639-J, Viareggio Railroad Bridge, (2 hr, 55 min) Note: this a/c "-D" in most other missions list.
53. 21 June 44, SM 274, 43-27651-J, Piteocio Fabrica Railroad Viaduct, (2 hr, 35 min)
54. 22 June 44, SM 275, 43-3639-D, Vernio North Railroad Bridge, (3 hr, 20 min)
55. 29 June 44, SM 279, 43-3639-D, Pietra Liguro Railroad Bridge, (2 hr, 10 min)
56. 03 July 44, SM 282, 43-3639-D, Canneto Railroad Bridge, (4 hr, 50 min)
57. 07 July 44, SM 286, 43-3639-D, S. Maria Railroad Bridge, (3 hr, 15 min)
58. 08 July 44, SM 287, 43-4034-J, Ferreba Marshalling Yards and Bridge, (3 hr, 12 min)
59. 11 July 44, SM 289, 43-27787-J, Alessandria Marshalling Yards, (3 hr, 25 min)
60. 13 July 44, SM 292, 43-28084, San Nicola Road Bridge, (3 hr, 20 min) [Note: SSgt G. B. Underwood, Gunner, in this aircrew. RLD]
61. 13 July 44, SM 293, 43-27787-J, Borgoforte Road and Railroad Bridge, (3 hr, 10 min) [Note: SSgt G. B. Underwood, Gunner, in this aircrew. RLD]
62. 14 July 44, SM 294, 43-27674-J, Polesela Pontoon Bridge, (2 hr, 25 min)
63. 15 July 44, SM 295, 43-27674-J, Ficorolo Pontoon Bridge, (3 hr, 05 min)
64. 16 July 44, SM 296, 43-27787-J, Montua Causeway Bridges, (3 hr, 30 min) [Note: SSgt G. B. Underwood, Gunner, in this aircrew. RLD]
65. 20 July 44, SM 298, 43-27787-J, Ferraro Road Bridge, (3 hr, 25 min)
66. 23 July 44, SM 299, 43-27787-J, Ferrara [sic] Road Bridge, (3 hr, 35 min) [Note: SSgt G. B. Underwood, Gunner, in this aircrew. RLD]
** 24 July 44, Pvt. J. T. Daniell departed for Rest Camp in Rome, Italy.
** 26 July 44, Pvt. James T. Daniell awarded 1st Oak Leaf Cluster to the Air Medal. Headquarters 12 Air Force, General Orders No. 115, 31 July 1944, Section 2, Paragraph 7. [Note: Date his first Air Medal awarded not discovered. RLD]
** 29 July 44, Pvt. J. T. Daniel promoted to Staff Sergeant.
** 31 July 44, "For two months the four squadrons [of the 310th Bombardment Group] have been competing for first place in bombing accuracy. The 381st has gradually moved up to 73.1%, 2% higher than the score of any other of the Group's Squadrons. First place in bombing too!" [http://57thbombwing.com/381st_History/HistoryJul44.pdf]
67. 06 Aug 44, SM 307, 43-4032-J, Avignon S. W. Railroad Bridge, (4 hr, 35 min) [Note: Last combat mission and only mission flown as S/Sgt J. T. Daniell. RLD]
** 7 August 44, Pvt. James T. Daniell awarded 2nd Oak Leaf Cluster to the Air Medal. Headquarters 12 Air Force, General Orders No. 123, 7 August 1944, Section 3.
** Saturday, 26 Aug 44, "Some more of the flying personnel who joined the Squadron last December at Philippeville have finished their missions and have taken off for America: 1st Lts: E. G. Paul and A. E. Vosburgh; and S/Sgts: H. M. Crocker and J. T. Daniell."
** 30 August 44, S/Sgt James T. Daniell awarded 3rd Oak Leaf Cluster to the Air Medal. Headquarters 12 Air Force, General Orders No. 148, 30 August 1944, Section 4. [Excerpts from http://57thbombwing.com/381st_History/HistoryAug44.pdf]
** 3 September 44, S/Sgt James T. Daniell awarded 4th Oak Leaf Cluster to the the Air Medal, Headquarters Twelfth Air Force, General Orders No. 153

During James Talbot's tour of duty with the 381st Bombardment Squadron, several B-25s were shot down by flak, many were "holed" by flak and numerous aircrew members were wounded. On one mission, every B-25 was hit by flak. For the success of that mission over a heavily defended target a "single mission Air Medal" was awarded to all participating aircrew members. There is no record of James Talbot having been shot down or of his being wounded.

Patrica Johnson contributed records which lead to other discoveries.:
381st Bomb Group, Daniell, James T., Pvt, turret-gunner ( (not in 57th roster)(321 SW 7th St, Miami FL)(not in WWII mem)(only 1 James T in NARA - probably 34057394 DANIELL#JAMES#T# UC UC CP BLANDING FL 41 1920) 30 Dec.1943 https://www.fold3.com/page/87693880_james_t_daniell/
(this 2nd man assigned with him is also NOT listed..........
Dzienkiewicz, Francis J., Cpl, turret-gunner ( (not in 57th roster)(28 Crescent St, Ansonia CT)(not in WWII mem)(only 2 Dzienkiewicz in NARA - 11041296 DZIENKIEWICZ#FRANCIS#J# CT NEW HAVEN HARTFORD CT 42 1918) 30 Dec. 1943
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Among stories told, Bud and another crewman flipped a coin to see who would fly a particular mission as bombardier or turret gunner. Bud flew as bombardier. The aircraft returned from the mission with the gun turret blown away by a flak burst. Another story had him flying as bombardier/nose gunner when an anti-aircraft shell tore through the nose bubble just in front of him, tearing the nose bubble off the aircraft.

Thursday, 30 December 1943
381st Bombardment Squadron War Diary: Thursday 30 Dec. 1943; The following enlisted men were assigned to the Squadron: Cpl. F.J. Dzienkiewicz and Pvts. Julius L. Bazzett, turret-gunner; James T. Daniell, turret-gunner; Robert Milton Harris turret-gunner; Cpl. Francis J. Dzienkiewicz, turret-gunner; and Thomas F. Youngman, turret-gunner. [http://57thbombwing.com/381st_History/HistoryDec43.pdf]
Unit history: The 381st Bombardment Squadron was activated in mid-1942 as a B-25 Mitchell medium bomber squadron, it was trained by the Third Air Force in the southeastern United States. The squadron deployed initially to England in September 1942 and flew some missions under the VIII Bomber Command over German-occupied France, attacking enemy troop formations, bridges and airfields. It was part of the Operation Torch invasion of North Africa in November 1942, being deployed to the new Mediterranean Theater of Operations (MTO), and was assigned to the Twelfth Air Force in French Morocco in November. In North Africa, the squadron engaged primarily in support and interdictory operations, bombing marshalling yards, rail lines, highways, bridges, viaducts, troop concentrations, gun emplacements, shipping, harbors and other targets in North Africa. The squadron also engaged in psychological warfare missions, dropping propaganda leaflets behind enemy lines. It took part in the Allied operations against Axis forces in North Africa during March–May 1943 and the reduction of Pantelleria and Lampedusain islands during June. Squadron personnel were also involved in the invasion of Sicily in July, the landing at Salerno on the Italian mainland in September, the Allied advance toward Rome during January–June 1944, the invasion of Southern France in August 1944 and the Allied operations in northern Italy from September 1944 to April 1945. It was inactivated in Italy after the German capitulation in September 1945.

During his assignment to the 12th Air Force, 310th Bombardment Group, 381st Bombardment Squadron, he flew combat missions in B-25 Mitchell medium bombers. In his picture in uniform, Bud wears Staff Sergeant chevrons and his hat shows the famous "50 mission crush" favored by Army aviators. His decorations include Aircrew Member wings, the Air Medal with Oak Leaf clusters, the Good Conduct Medal, the European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal, and the American Defense Service Medal.

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Extracts from the 381st Bombardment Squadron History, 1944
[http://57thbombwing.com/381stSquadronHistory.php]

The Air Medal, Second Oak Leaf Cluster, Headquarters Twelfth Air Force, General Orders No. 123, 7 August 1944, Section III
1st Lt. Joseph A. Burton
1st Lt. Issac S. Clark
Pvt. James T. Daniell
[Headquarters Twelfth Air Force, General Orders No. 153, 3 September 1944, Section III, Paragraph No. 4]
The Air Medal, Third Oak Leaf Cluster
Headquarters Twelfth Air Force, General Orders No. 148, 30 August 1944, Section IV
1st Lt. Joseph A. Burton S/Sgt. James T. Daniell

6 August 1944, Squadron Mission 307 [12 B-25s from the 381st in a formation of 36 B-25s escorted by 12 P-47s] flown against Avignon S. W. R. R. Bridge. Takeoff: 07:55. Target: 10:03. Returned: 12:30. 4 hrs, 35 min. Est. 809 miles.
Aircraft serial no. 43-4032-J (33)
1st Lt. Lewis, W. H. Pilot
F/O. Brady, T. J. Co-pilot
S/Sgt. Daniell, J. T. Bombardier
T/Sgt. Haas, D. H. Radio operator
S/Sgt. Chapman, M. C. Gunner
S/Sgt. Almond, J. H. Tail gunner

The Air Medal, Fourth Oak Leaf Cluster, Headquarters Twelfth Air Force, General Orders No. 153, 3 September 1944, Section III, Paragraph No. 4
1st Lt. Joseph A. Burton
S/Sgt. James T. Daniell
[http://57thbombwing.com/381st_History/HistorySep44.pdf]
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James T. was still married to Bettye Jane Ammon in 1944.
Betty Jane Daniell divorced J. T. Daniell in 1944 in Dade County, Florida. Certificate Number 4757, Volume 253. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001,"]

James T. Daniell married Thelma Lee Watkins in 1944 in Dade County, Florida. Volume: 962, Certificate number: 44622 ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001,"
]
Miss Watkins Weds Veteran
Miss Thelma Watkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hansard, of Birmingham, Ala., and S/Sgt. James T. Daniell, USAAF, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Daniell, 1377 NW 43rd st., were married in a ceremony which recently took place in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burman, 620 NW 24th ave. Mrs. H. F. Westbrook was matron of honor and T/Sgt. Westbrook was best man. Sergeant Daniell has just returned to this country, after serving in the African theater of war. [The Miami Herald, Miami, Florida, Thursday, 21 Dec 1944, Page 9. Courtesy of Patricia Johnson, 8.27.2017]

Compiler's note: This is the obit for James Talbot's wartime buddy and best man at James Talbot's marriage to Thelma Lee Watkins:
Miami Herald, The (FL) - Sunday, March 27, 2005
Hardy F. Westbrook
FL United States
WESTBROOK, HARDY F., "Jack," age 90, of Palm Coast, passed away, Wednesday, March 24, 2005 at Grand Oaks Rehabilitation Center. A Graveside Service will be held at 11:00am Tuesday, March 29, 2005 at Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, FL. Jack was born April 15, 1914 in Pell City, AL and was a resident of this area since moving here in 2001 from Miami. He was a resident of Miami since 1936. Jack was a decorated Air Force Veteran of the 12th Air Force who served his country proudly in WWII. He was shot down twice and rescued by the French and Italian resistance. Jack was in the frozen food and poultry business for 35 years until his retirement in 1990. He is survived by his son Jack Westbrook of Palm Coast, FL and a daughter Helen Hammock of Flagler Beach, FL, three Grandchildren Jack, Jr., Kim and Taylor and four Great Grandchildren. Condolences to the family may be sent via the family guestbook at www.palmcoastfuneralhome.com. Arrangements are under the careful direction of Palm Coast Funeral Home. To visit this Guest Book Online, go to www.herald.com/obituaries.

James Talbett [sic] Daniell and Thelma Lee divorced in 1946 in Dade County, Florida. Certificate Number 12641, Volume 352. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001,"]

James Talbot Daniell remarried Betty Ammer in July 1946. They had two sons, James Talbot Daniell, Jr., called "Danny", and William Russell Daniell, called "Billy." Danny enlisted in the United States Navy. Billy is said to have run an auto repair service.

James T. Daniell and Bettye J. Daniell divorced in March 1966 in Palm Beach County, Florida. Certificate number 5301, Volume 1171. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001,"]

James T. married third Margaret. They divorced in June 1969 in Palm Beach County, Florida. Certificate number 16429, Volume 1367. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKCY-KMW : accessed 24 Feb 2013), James T Daniell and Margaret Daniell, 1969.]

"The last time I saw Big Bud was in late July 1969. He stopped by my father and mother's home in Pensacola as we were packing things up to move Carmen into an apartment. This was about a week after our father's burial. Bud had not known about his father's death because no one knew where or how to contact him. Bud was traveling then, and members of his half-brothers' families did not hear from him after 1969." RLD

James Talbott [sic] DANIELL married Flora MELTON, maiden name WARMOUTH, on 18 Aug 1973 in Polk County, Florida..[Florida Marriage Collection, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001, Florida Department of Health, Polk County, Florida, Volume: 3427, Certificate: 057697]

The Social Security Death Index lists DANIELL, James, 267-03-3078, number issued in Florida, born 7 Jun 1920, died Feb 1984. His last residence was Hillsborough County, FL 33587.
The Florida Death Index, 1936-1998 at Ancestry.com shows: Name: James Talbott [sic] Daniell; Death Date: 9 Feb 1984; County of Death: Hillsborough; State of Death: Florida; Age at Death: 63; Race: White; Gender: Unknown; Birth Date: 7 Jun 1920.

James Talbot DANIELL died Thursday, February 9, 1984, in Hillsborough Co., Florida. His obituary was published in the Tampa Tribune, Feb. 14, 1984: "JAMES T. DANIELL, 63, of Sydney, died Thursday. Born in Georgia, he came to the Bay area in 1969 from West Palm Beach. He was a member of Loyal Order of Moose. He is survived by his wife, Flora; two sons, James T., Jr. and William, both of Riviera Beach; five stepsons, Merlyn YOUNG of Rhode Island, Kevin BOUGH and Jeffrey MELTON, both of Maine, Mark MELTON and Tim, both of Florida; two stepdaughters, Cheryl WARICK of Lakeland and Mary SMITH of Gallatin, Tenn.; his mother, Jewell EATON of Winter Haven; and eight grandchildren. The Neptune Society." [The Neptune Society is a cremation and sea scattering service. James Talbot's ashes were scattered at sea.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 52056287


General Notes: Wife - Bettye Jane AMMER

Bettye Jane Ammer was the daughter of Samuel S. Ammer and Mary Joseph. She was born 13 June 1924 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/S5FT-9PZ : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Samuel S Ammer, Miami, Dade, Florida; citing enumeration district (ED) 0064, sheet 2B, family 44, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 310.
Samuel S. Ammer head M 40 Syria Syria Syria
Mary Ammer wife F 34 Ohio Syria Syria
Bettie J Ammer daughter F 6 Ohio Syria Ohio

Bettye's parents divorced in 1933.

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VTZN-3ZX : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Betty Jane Ammer in household of Mary Ammer, Area C, Miami, Election Precinct 77, Dade, Florida, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 69-88A, sheet 10A, family 283, NARA digital publication T627, roll 631.
Mary Ammer Head F 35 [sic, 45. RLD] Divorced Ohio
Betty Jane Ammer Dau F 15 Single Ohio
On 1 April 1935, Mary and Bettye lived at the same place: 871 S. W. 3rd St.

Bettye Jane Ammer, age 21, married James L. [sic, T.] Daniell, age 21, on 5 October 1941 in Collier County, Florida. ["Florida, Marriages, 1837-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FWS8-WQM : accessed 24 Sep 2013), James L. Daniell and Bettye Jane Anmer, 05 Oct 1941.] Recorded in Volume 647, Certificate number 27481. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJGF-CJF : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye Jane Ammer, 1941.]
Bettye Jane was age 17, not 21, as indicated. Both she and James resided in Miami, Dade County. The marriage was in Collier County which bordered Dade to the west. It may be that they eloped to another county and Bettye misstated her age to facilitate the marriage. Five days later, 10 October 1941, James Talbot joined the Army Air Corps. World War II was brewing.
Bettye Jane Daniell divorced J. T. Daniell in 1944 in Dade County, Florida.
Certificate Number 4757, Volume 253. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKCP-N3X : accessed 24 Sep 2013), J. T. Daniell and Bettye Jane Daniell, 1944.]

Bettye J. Ammer married in 1945 in Volusia County, Florida. [Groom not named, Max Joseph Kestner, Jr.] Volume: 993, Certificate number 11775. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJV3-HH9 : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye J. Ammer, 1945.]

In the 1945 Florida population census, Bettye J. Kestner resided with her mother Mary Ammer.
Kestner Betty J. 324 NW 9 Ave In F 20 Ohio high clerk
Ammer Mary 324 NW 9 Ave In F 40 Ohio gr H. wife
"Florida, State Census, 1945," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNF6-YS4 : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Betty J Kestner, 1945. Precinct Number 68, Miami, Dade County, Florida. Line Number 1.]
Her husband Max resided alone in Volusia County, Florida.
"Florida, State Census, 1945," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNNB-FS5 : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Max Kestner, 1945. Precinct 8 C, Daytona Beach, Volusia County, Florida. Line Number 45.
Max Kestner Daytona Beach 23 Fla 12th grade Navy.

Bettye Jane Kestner divorced Max Joseph Kestner, Jr., in 1946 in Flagler County, Florida. Certificate Number 10604, Volume 348. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKW5-XMB : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Max Joseph Kestner and Bettye Jane Kestner, 1946.]

On 8 July 1946, Betty AMMER, age 22, and James Talbot DANIELL, age 26, applied for a marriage license in Broward County, Florida. It was the second time they were married. Both stated they had been previously married and divorced. James listed his birth in Pavo, Georgia and his occupation as salesman. Bettye listed her birth in Toledo, Ohio and her occupation as bookkeeper. The license was issued on 12 July 1946.

Bettye and James had two sons, James Talbot Daniell, Jr., called "Danny", and William Russell Daniell, called "Billy." Danny enlisted in the United States Navy. Billy is said to have run an auto repair service. Talbot and Betty divorced in 1966 in West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida.

James and Bettye divorced for the second time in March 1966 in Palm Beach County, Florida.

Bettye Jane then married Walter Francis Larock in Dec 1967 in Palm Beach County, Florida. Volume 2597, Certificate number 56186. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJ8T-HRL : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye Jane Daniell, 1967.]

Obituary: Bettye J. Larock
Port St. Lucie
Bettye J. Larock, 79, died May 21, 2004, at her son's residence in Port St. Lucie. She was born in Miami and lived in Port St. Lucie for 17 years, coming from Palm Beach County. Survivors include her sons, Jim Daniell of McAlpin, Fla., and Bill Daniell of Port St. Lucie; two grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her parents, Samuel and Mary (Joseph) Ammer. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Martin & St. Lucie, 1201 S.E. Indian St., Stuart, FL 34997. SERVICES: Arrangements are by All County Funeral Home & Crematory, Stuart. [Stuart News, The (FL) Stuart News, The (FL) - May 25, 2004, Martin County Edition, Page C4]
[NOTE: Informant's error? Records indicate Bettye's birth in Toledo, Ohio.]

"BETTYE J LAROCK 13 Jun 1924 21 May 2004 (V) 34952 (Port Saint Lucie, Saint Lucie, FL) 34952 (Port Saint Lucie, Saint Lucie, FL) 263-26-6453 Florida" [SSDI]

Bettye's ashes were scattered over the Atlantic Ocean off Florida.
Find A Grave Memorial# 106013254


Notes: Marriage

Bettye Jane Ammer, age 21, married James L. [sic, T.] Daniell, age 21, on 5 October 1941 in Collier County, Florida. ["Florida, Marriages, 1837-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FWS8-WQM : accessed 24 Sep 2013), James L. Daniell and Bettye Jane Anmer, 05 Oct 1941.] Recorded in Volume 647, Certificate number 27481. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJGF-CJF : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye Jane Ammer, 1941.]
Bettye Jane was age 17, not 21, as indicated. Both she and James resided in Miami, Dade County. The marriage was in Collier County which bordered Dade to the west. It may be that they eloped to another county and Bettye misstated her age to facilitate the marriage. Five days later, 10 October 1941, James Talbot joined the Army Air Corps. World War II was brewing.
Bettye Jane Daniell divorced J. T. Daniell in 1944 in Dade County, Florida.
Certificate Number 4757, Volume 253. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKCP-N3X : accessed 24 Sep 2013), J. T. Daniell and Bettye Jane Daniell, 1944.]
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Max Joseph KESTNER, USN, WWII and Bettye Jane AMMER




Husband Max Joseph KESTNER, USN, WWII

         Born: 1922
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 1944 - Volusia County, Florida (Divorced in 1945)



Wife Bettye Jane AMMER 1157,1270

         Born: 13 Jun 1924 - Lucas County, Ohio 241
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 May 2004 - St. Lucie County, Florida 1157
     Cremated:  - ashes spread over the Atlantic Ocean 1269


       Father: Samuel S. AMMER (1890-1968) 1157
       Mother: Mary JOSEPH (1895-      ) 1157



 Other Spouse: James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII (1920-1984) 1266 - 5 Oct 1941 - Collier County, Florida (Divorced in 1944)

 Other Spouse: James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII (1920-1984) 1266 - 8 Jul 1946 - Broward County, Florida (Divorced in 1966)

 Other Spouse: Walter Francis LAROCK (1924-1999) 1157 - Dec 1967 - Palm Beach County, Florida


Children

General Notes: Husband - Max Joseph KESTNER, USN, WWII

Max Kestner Junior
Precinct Number 37, Miami, Dade County, Florida
Age (Formatted): 13y
Birth Year (Estimated): 1922
Birthplace: Florida
Race (Original): White
Race: White
Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Son
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
Line Number: 31
"Florida, State Census, 1935," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNJP-H89 : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Max Kestner Junior, 1935.

On 10 January 1942 in Collier County, Florida, Max Joseph Kestner Jr., born 1921, age 21, married Peggye Lorraine Sherman, born 1921, age 21, Volume 668. Certificate Number 717. ["Florida, Marriages, 1837-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FWS8-442 : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Max Joseph Kestner Jr. and Peggye Lorraine Sherman, 10 Jan 1942.]

Max J. Kestner divorced Paggye Kestner in 1944 in Dade County, Florida. Certificate Number 1466, Volume 246. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKH8-TFW : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Max J Kestner and Paggye Kestner, 1944.]

Max J. Kestner, Jr. married [bride not named] in 1945 in Volusia County, Florida. Volume 993, Certificate Number 11775. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJVQ-5BP : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Max J. Kestner, 1945.]

"Florida, State Census, 1945," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNF6-YS4 : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Betty J Kestner, 1945. Precinct Number 68, Miami, Dade County, Florida. Line Number 1.
Kestner Betty J. 324 NW 9 Ave In F 20 Ohio high clerk
Ammer Mary 324 NW 9 Ave In F 40 Ohio gr H. wife

Bettye Jane [AMMER] Kestner divorced Max Joseph Kestner, Jr., in 1946 in Flagler County, Florida. Certificate Number 10604, Volume 348. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKW5-XMB : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Max Joseph Kestner and Bettye Jane Kestner, 1946.]
"Florida, State Census, 1945," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNNB-FS5 : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Max Kestner, 1945. Precinct 8 C, Daytona Beach, Volusia County, Florida. Line Number 45.
Max Kestner Daytona Beach 23 Fla 12th grade Navy.

WHICH??

1. KESTNER, Max J., 62, of Miami. Memorial services 7:30 p.m. today, Lowe-Hanks Palm Avenue Chapel. [The Miami Herald, Miami, Florida, Tuesday, October 2, 1984, Page 4TC
Edition: STATE

2. Maximilian Kastner born 9 February 1922, died 6 June 1993 in Dade County, Florida. Florida, Death Index, 1877-1998]


General Notes: Wife - Bettye Jane AMMER

Bettye Jane Ammer was the daughter of Samuel S. Ammer and Mary Joseph. She was born 13 June 1924 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/S5FT-9PZ : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Samuel S Ammer, Miami, Dade, Florida; citing enumeration district (ED) 0064, sheet 2B, family 44, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 310.
Samuel S. Ammer head M 40 Syria Syria Syria
Mary Ammer wife F 34 Ohio Syria Syria
Bettie J Ammer daughter F 6 Ohio Syria Ohio

Bettye's parents divorced in 1933.

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VTZN-3ZX : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Betty Jane Ammer in household of Mary Ammer, Area C, Miami, Election Precinct 77, Dade, Florida, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 69-88A, sheet 10A, family 283, NARA digital publication T627, roll 631.
Mary Ammer Head F 35 [sic, 45. RLD] Divorced Ohio
Betty Jane Ammer Dau F 15 Single Ohio
On 1 April 1935, Mary and Bettye lived at the same place: 871 S. W. 3rd St.

Bettye Jane Ammer, age 21, married James L. [sic, T.] Daniell, age 21, on 5 October 1941 in Collier County, Florida. ["Florida, Marriages, 1837-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FWS8-WQM : accessed 24 Sep 2013), James L. Daniell and Bettye Jane Anmer, 05 Oct 1941.] Recorded in Volume 647, Certificate number 27481. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJGF-CJF : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye Jane Ammer, 1941.]
Bettye Jane was age 17, not 21, as indicated. Both she and James resided in Miami, Dade County. The marriage was in Collier County which bordered Dade to the west. It may be that they eloped to another county and Bettye misstated her age to facilitate the marriage. Five days later, 10 October 1941, James Talbot joined the Army Air Corps. World War II was brewing.
Bettye Jane Daniell divorced J. T. Daniell in 1944 in Dade County, Florida.
Certificate Number 4757, Volume 253. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKCP-N3X : accessed 24 Sep 2013), J. T. Daniell and Bettye Jane Daniell, 1944.]

Bettye J. Ammer married in 1945 in Volusia County, Florida. [Groom not named, Max Joseph Kestner, Jr.] Volume: 993, Certificate number 11775. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJV3-HH9 : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye J. Ammer, 1945.]

In the 1945 Florida population census, Bettye J. Kestner resided with her mother Mary Ammer.
Kestner Betty J. 324 NW 9 Ave In F 20 Ohio high clerk
Ammer Mary 324 NW 9 Ave In F 40 Ohio gr H. wife
"Florida, State Census, 1945," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNF6-YS4 : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Betty J Kestner, 1945. Precinct Number 68, Miami, Dade County, Florida. Line Number 1.]
Her husband Max resided alone in Volusia County, Florida.
"Florida, State Census, 1945," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNNB-FS5 : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Max Kestner, 1945. Precinct 8 C, Daytona Beach, Volusia County, Florida. Line Number 45.
Max Kestner Daytona Beach 23 Fla 12th grade Navy.

Bettye Jane Kestner divorced Max Joseph Kestner, Jr., in 1946 in Flagler County, Florida. Certificate Number 10604, Volume 348. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKW5-XMB : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Max Joseph Kestner and Bettye Jane Kestner, 1946.]

On 8 July 1946, Betty AMMER, age 22, and James Talbot DANIELL, age 26, applied for a marriage license in Broward County, Florida. It was the second time they were married. Both stated they had been previously married and divorced. James listed his birth in Pavo, Georgia and his occupation as salesman. Bettye listed her birth in Toledo, Ohio and her occupation as bookkeeper. The license was issued on 12 July 1946.

Bettye and James had two sons, James Talbot Daniell, Jr., called "Danny", and William Russell Daniell, called "Billy." Danny enlisted in the United States Navy. Billy is said to have run an auto repair service. Talbot and Betty divorced in 1966 in West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida.

James and Bettye divorced for the second time in March 1966 in Palm Beach County, Florida.

Bettye Jane then married Walter Francis Larock in Dec 1967 in Palm Beach County, Florida. Volume 2597, Certificate number 56186. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJ8T-HRL : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye Jane Daniell, 1967.]

Obituary: Bettye J. Larock
Port St. Lucie
Bettye J. Larock, 79, died May 21, 2004, at her son's residence in Port St. Lucie. She was born in Miami and lived in Port St. Lucie for 17 years, coming from Palm Beach County. Survivors include her sons, Jim Daniell of McAlpin, Fla., and Bill Daniell of Port St. Lucie; two grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her parents, Samuel and Mary (Joseph) Ammer. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Martin & St. Lucie, 1201 S.E. Indian St., Stuart, FL 34997. SERVICES: Arrangements are by All County Funeral Home & Crematory, Stuart. [Stuart News, The (FL) Stuart News, The (FL) - May 25, 2004, Martin County Edition, Page C4]
[NOTE: Informant's error? Records indicate Bettye's birth in Toledo, Ohio.]

"BETTYE J LAROCK 13 Jun 1924 21 May 2004 (V) 34952 (Port Saint Lucie, Saint Lucie, FL) 34952 (Port Saint Lucie, Saint Lucie, FL) 263-26-6453 Florida" [SSDI]

Bettye's ashes were scattered over the Atlantic Ocean off Florida.
Find A Grave Memorial# 106013254

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James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII and Bettye Jane AMMER




Husband James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII 1266

         Born: 7 Jun 1920 - Thomas County, Georgia 1267
   Christened: 
         Died: 9 Feb 1984 - Hillsborough County, Florida 1268
     Cremated:  - ashes spread over the Gulf of Mexico 1269


       Father: James Ulmer DANIELL (1899-1969) 812
       Mother: Jewell G. SINGLETARY (1898-1995)


     Marriage: 8 Jul 1946 - Broward County, Florida (Divorced in 1966)

 Other Spouse: Bettye Jane AMMER (1924-2004) 1157,1270 - 5 Oct 1941 - Collier County, Florida (Divorced in 1944)

 Other Spouse: Thelma Lee WATKINS -  (Divorced in 1946)

 Other Spouse: Margaret -  (Divorced in 1969)

 Other Spouse: Flora WARMOUTH



Wife Bettye Jane AMMER 1157,1270

         Born: 13 Jun 1924 - Lucas County, Ohio 241
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 May 2004 - St. Lucie County, Florida 1157
     Cremated:  - ashes spread over the Atlantic Ocean 1269


       Father: Samuel S. AMMER (1890-1968) 1157
       Mother: Mary JOSEPH (1895-      ) 1157



 Other Spouse: James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII (1920-1984) 1266 - 5 Oct 1941 - Collier County, Florida (Divorced in 1944)

 Other Spouse: Max Joseph KESTNER, USN, WWII (1922-      ) - 1944 - Volusia County, Florida (Divorced in 1945)

 Other Spouse: Walter Francis LAROCK (1924-1999) 1157 - Dec 1967 - Palm Beach County, Florida


Children
1 M Seaman James Talbot DANIELL, Jr., USN, Vietnam (details suppressed for this person)

         Born: 
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Did Not Marry


2 M William Russell DANIELL 1270

         Born: 17 Aug 1948 - Dade County, Florida
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 Jun 2009 - St. Lucie County, Florida 1270
     Cremated:  - ashes scattered over the Atlantic Ocean 1269
       Spouse: Sarah E. TAYLOR (living)



General Notes: Husband - James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII

James Talbot DANIELL was born on 7 Jun 1920 near Pavo, Georgia on the farm where his parents, James Ulmer and Jewel Singletary DANIELL, and grandparents, Charles Henry and Mary Melvina Baker DANIELL, lived. He was called "Talbot" by the family and was known as "Big Bud" or "Bud" to his stepmother, Carmen SWANSON, and half brothers, Robert Louis and Walter Earl DANIELL.

Talbot accompanied his parents and younger brother Walter Fritz DANIELL to Miami after the family farm was sold in 1923.
Talbot and his brother Fritz returned to Pavo to live on Granddaddy Daniell's farm for several years after their mother and father divorced. While there, Talbot's brother, Fritz, contracted colitis (some say pleurisy) and died at his grandfather's farm on May 6, 1936.

Family recollections say that Talbot was talking to his grandfather Charles Henry DANIEL on the front porch of the Pavo homestead when Charles Henry suffered a heart attack and died on August 10, 1936. They had been discussing airplanes when Talbot was asked to bring in some firewood. When he returned to the front porch, Charles Henry had died sitting in his rocking chair.

1940 U.S. Census, Florida, Dade County, Area C, Miami Pct 78; Series: T627 Roll: 631 Page: 10A:
S. W. 12th Ave. 434 331 Rent $15/mo. DANIELL Jewel Head F W 42 M H-2 GA [in 1935 lived] Same Place Dressmaker Private family $600; -- James Son M W 19 S H-4 GA [in 1935 lived] Same Place Stock clerk Dept Store $210

James L. [sic, T.] Daniell, age 21, married Bettye Jane Ammer, age 21, on 5 October 1941 in Collier County, Florida. Recorded in Volume 647, Certificate number 27481. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001,"]
Bettye Jane was age 17, not 21, as indicated. Both she and James resided in Miami, Dade County, Florida. The marriage was in Collier County which bordered Dade to the west. It may be that they eloped to another county and Bettye misstated her age to facilitate the marriage. Five days later, 10 October 1941, James Talbot joined the Army Air Corps, claiming to be single without dependants. His marriage to Bettye Ammer may have been almost immediately annulled by parents.

On 10 October 1941, James T. Daniell, enlisted as a private in the Regular Army, United States Army Air Corps, at Camp Blanding, Florida. He was born in Georgia in 1920 and had 3 years of high school. He had experience as a shipping and receiving clerk and was single, without dependents. His serial number was 34057394. [Box number 0746. Film reel number 1.263. (http://aad.archives.gov/aad/series-description.jsp?s=3360&cat=all&bc=sl)]

On 30 December 1943, Pvt. James Talbot Daniell, turret gunner, later bombardier, was assigned to the 310th Bombardment Group, 381st Bombardment Squadron at Philippeville, Algeria, Africa. His squadron flew B-25 Mitchell medium bombers. The B-25 had a range of 1,350 miles, a maximum speed of 271 miles per hour, cruised at 230 miles per hour and carried a crew of 5, depending on model.

381st Bombardment Squadron War Diary: Thursday 30 Dec. 1943; The following enlisted men were assigned to the Squadron: Cpl. F.J. Dzienkiewicz and Pvts. Julius L. Bazzett, turret-gunner; James T. Daniell, turret-gunner; Robert Milton Harris turret-gunner; Cpl. Francis J. Dzienkiewicz, turret-gunner; and Thomas F. Youngman, turret-gunner. [http://57thbombwing.com/381st_History/HistoryDec43.pdf]

Between 24 January 1944 and 6 August 1944, "J. T. Daniell" flew 67 combat missions, logging 179 hours and 59 minutes flight time. His first 20 missions were as the tail gunner. His regular aircrew for 18 of these missions were F/O Keith, C.F., pilot; 2nd Lt. Gimson, K.L., co-pilot; Sgt. Maddox, L., Engineeer; T/Sgt. Cobb, Bert A., Radio; Sgt. Kramer, C.C., Gunner; Pvt. Daniell, J.T., Tail Gunner. "J.T." flew an additional 47 missions as bombardier.
His combat missions record: date, aircraft serial number, mission type/target, flight duration:
1. 24 Jan 44, SM 144, 42-65093-G, Sea Search, (1 hr, 30 min)
2. 29 Jan 44, SM 147, 42-65093-G, Sea Search, (1 hr, 50 min)
3. 31 Jan 44, SM 149, 42-65093-G, Shipping Strike, (2 hr, 31 min)
4. 06 Feb 44, SM 153, 42-65093-G, Piombino Harbor, (2 hr, 10 min)
5. 07 Feb 44, SM 155, 42-65093-G, Porto San Stefano Harbor, (2 hr, 25 min)
6. 08 Feb 44, SM 156, 42-65093-G, Shipping Strike, (1 hr, 30 min)
7. 09 Feb 44, SM 158, 42-65093-G, Porto San Stefano Harbor, (2 hr, 20 min)
8. 10 Feb 44, SM 160, 42-65093-G, Sea Search, (1 hr, 35 min)
9. 12 Feb 44, SM 162, 42-32487-G, Sestri Levante Harbor, (2 hr, 40 min)
10. 13 Feb 44, SM 164, 42-32487-G, Sea Search, (2 hr, 15 min)
11. 14 Feb 44, SM 167, 42-32487-G, Shipping in Leghorn Harbor, (2 hr, 05 min)
12. 15 Feb 44, SM 169, 42-32487-G, Sea Search and San Stefano Harbor, (2 hr, 15 min)
13. 15 Feb 44, SM 171, 42-32487-G, Warehouses at San Stefano, (2 hr, 00 min)
14. 16 Feb 44, SM 174, 42-32487-G, Sea Search, (1 hr, 50 min)
15. 17 Feb 44, SM 177, 42-32487-G, Porto San Stefano Harbor, (2 hr, 05 min)
16. 17 Feb 44, SM 179, 42-32487-G, Port Ercole Harbor, (2 hr, 00 min)
17. 18 Feb 44, SM 182, 42-32487-G, Leghorn Harbor, 1 hr, 50 min)
18. 19 Feb 44, SM 183, 42-64580, Tarquinia Airdrome, Italy, (1 hr, 45 min)
19. 22 Feb 44, SM 187, 42-32487-G, Sea Search, (1 hr, 40 min) Listed as "Pvt. Daniell, J. M."
20. 23 Feb 44, SM 188, 42-32487-G, Sea Search, (1 hr, 55 min) [Last mission flown as a Tail Gunner. RLD]
** One month between missions. [Time spent training to become a bombardier? RLD]
21. 24 Mar 44, SM 206, 41-30107-D, 380th aircraft, Leghorn Harbor, (2 hr, 10 min) [First mission as a bombardier, all subsequent mission flown as bombardier. RLD]
22. 02 Apr 44, SM 212, 42-64828-G 379th aircraft. Railroad Viaduct at Q-717310. (2 hr, 25 min) Listed as "Baniell, J. T."
23. 06 Apr 44, SM 214, 42-32444-C, Rail Bridges, Cecina, (2 hr, 10 min)
24. 07 Apr 44, SM 215, 42-32444-C, Certaldo Marshalling Yard and Railroad BridgeR-353002, Italy, (2hr, 30 min)
25. 10 Apr 44, SM 216, 42-32444-C, Railroad Bridge at U684358, (2 hr, 12 min)
26. 12 Apr 44, SM 217, 42-32444-C, Railroad Bridges, Certaldo and Cecina, (2 hr, 12 min)
27. 15 Apr 44, SM 219, 42-32444-C, Marshalling Yards at Leghorn, (2 hr, 05 min)
28. 19 Apr 44, SM 220, 42-32444-C, Fuel Dump at R-353002, Italy, (2 hr, 15 min)
29. 23 Apr 44, SM 222, 42-32444-C, Railroad Bridge at R-619333, (3 hr, 05 min)
30. 24 Apr 44, SM 223, 42-32444-C, Railroad Bridge at A-401655, Italy, (2 hr, 00 min)
31. 25 Apr 44, SM 224, 43-27497-J, Railroad Bridge at A-399757, Italy, (2 hr, 50 min)
** 28 Apr 44, Pvt. J. T. Daniell took off for rest camp at Capri.
32. 10 May 44, SM 232, 42-32444-C, Monte Molino Railroad Bridge, (2 hr, 35 min)
33. 12 May 44, SM 235, 42-32444-C, Pico Road Block, (3 hr, 30 min)
34. 13 May 44, SM 237, 42-32444-C, Itri Tunnel Mouth, (2 hr, 15 min)
35. 16 May 44, SM 241, 42-32444-C, Railroad Tunnel Passignano Sul Trasimone, (2 hr, 39 min)
36. 19 May 44, SM 244, 43-27479-J, Rignano Railroad Bridge, (2 hr, 35 min)
37. 22 May 44, SM 245, 42-64592-C, Road Block at Civitella Roveto, (4 hr, 35 min)
38. 26 May 44, SM 250, 43-3639-D, Poggibonsi Railroad Bridge, (2 hr, 11 min)
39. 27 May 44, SM 252, 43-3639-D, Arezzo Railroad Bridge, (2 hr, 25 min)
40. 28 May 44, SM 253, 43-87448-D, Nagrano Railroad Bridge, Borgo Val Di Taro Railroad Bridge, Rocco Railroad Bridge, (2 hr, 50 min)
41. 30 May 44, SM 256, 43-3639-D, Agosta Road Bridge, (3hr, 40 min)
42. 31 May 44, SM 257, 43-27561-J, Narino Troop Concentration, fragmentation bombing on the Hermann Goring Division, assisting in the U.S. forces breakout from Anzio Beach. (3 hr, 25 min)
43. 01 June 44, SM 258, 43-3639-D, Tivoli Road Bridge, (2 hr, 25 min)
44. 02 June 44, SM 260, 43-27674-J, Road Bridge North of Staz Di Fera Sabina, (2 hr, 25 min)
45. 04 June 44, SM 261, 43-3639-D, Pessaro Railroad Bridges and Monte Pescali Road Junction, (3 hr, 00 min)
46. 05 June 44, SM 263, 43-3639-D, Osteria Road Bridge, (2 hr, 35 min)
47. 06 June 44, SM 265, 43-3639-D, Rieti Road Block, (2 hr, 30 min)
48. 09 June 44, SM 267, 43-3639-D, Pesaro Railroad Bridge, (2 hr, 42 min)
49. 10 June 44, SM 268, 43-3639-J, Calafuria Road Bridge and Railroad Bridge at Q-035395, (1 hr, 55 min). Note: this a/c "-D" in most other missions list.
50. 13 June 44, SM 270, 43-3639-D, Nickelling Mission. Note: 3,000,000 pamphlets dropped, vicinity Groseto and Siena, (2 hr, 15 min)
51. 14 June 44, SM 271, 43-3639-J, Canneto Railroad Tunnel, (2 hr, 40 min) Note: this a/c "-D" in most other missions list.
52. 15 June 44, SM 272, 43-3639-J, Viareggio Railroad Bridge, (2 hr, 55 min) Note: this a/c "-D" in most other missions list.
53. 21 June 44, SM 274, 43-27651-J, Piteocio Fabrica Railroad Viaduct, (2 hr, 35 min)
54. 22 June 44, SM 275, 43-3639-D, Vernio North Railroad Bridge, (3 hr, 20 min)
55. 29 June 44, SM 279, 43-3639-D, Pietra Liguro Railroad Bridge, (2 hr, 10 min)
56. 03 July 44, SM 282, 43-3639-D, Canneto Railroad Bridge, (4 hr, 50 min)
57. 07 July 44, SM 286, 43-3639-D, S. Maria Railroad Bridge, (3 hr, 15 min)
58. 08 July 44, SM 287, 43-4034-J, Ferreba Marshalling Yards and Bridge, (3 hr, 12 min)
59. 11 July 44, SM 289, 43-27787-J, Alessandria Marshalling Yards, (3 hr, 25 min)
60. 13 July 44, SM 292, 43-28084, San Nicola Road Bridge, (3 hr, 20 min) [Note: SSgt G. B. Underwood, Gunner, in this aircrew. RLD]
61. 13 July 44, SM 293, 43-27787-J, Borgoforte Road and Railroad Bridge, (3 hr, 10 min) [Note: SSgt G. B. Underwood, Gunner, in this aircrew. RLD]
62. 14 July 44, SM 294, 43-27674-J, Polesela Pontoon Bridge, (2 hr, 25 min)
63. 15 July 44, SM 295, 43-27674-J, Ficorolo Pontoon Bridge, (3 hr, 05 min)
64. 16 July 44, SM 296, 43-27787-J, Montua Causeway Bridges, (3 hr, 30 min) [Note: SSgt G. B. Underwood, Gunner, in this aircrew. RLD]
65. 20 July 44, SM 298, 43-27787-J, Ferraro Road Bridge, (3 hr, 25 min)
66. 23 July 44, SM 299, 43-27787-J, Ferrara [sic] Road Bridge, (3 hr, 35 min) [Note: SSgt G. B. Underwood, Gunner, in this aircrew. RLD]
** 24 July 44, Pvt. J. T. Daniell departed for Rest Camp in Rome, Italy.
** 26 July 44, Pvt. James T. Daniell awarded 1st Oak Leaf Cluster to the Air Medal. Headquarters 12 Air Force, General Orders No. 115, 31 July 1944, Section 2, Paragraph 7. [Note: Date his first Air Medal awarded not discovered. RLD]
** 29 July 44, Pvt. J. T. Daniel promoted to Staff Sergeant.
** 31 July 44, "For two months the four squadrons [of the 310th Bombardment Group] have been competing for first place in bombing accuracy. The 381st has gradually moved up to 73.1%, 2% higher than the score of any other of the Group's Squadrons. First place in bombing too!" [http://57thbombwing.com/381st_History/HistoryJul44.pdf]
67. 06 Aug 44, SM 307, 43-4032-J, Avignon S. W. Railroad Bridge, (4 hr, 35 min) [Note: Last combat mission and only mission flown as S/Sgt J. T. Daniell. RLD]
** 7 August 44, Pvt. James T. Daniell awarded 2nd Oak Leaf Cluster to the Air Medal. Headquarters 12 Air Force, General Orders No. 123, 7 August 1944, Section 3.
** Saturday, 26 Aug 44, "Some more of the flying personnel who joined the Squadron last December at Philippeville have finished their missions and have taken off for America: 1st Lts: E. G. Paul and A. E. Vosburgh; and S/Sgts: H. M. Crocker and J. T. Daniell."
** 30 August 44, S/Sgt James T. Daniell awarded 3rd Oak Leaf Cluster to the Air Medal. Headquarters 12 Air Force, General Orders No. 148, 30 August 1944, Section 4. [Excerpts from http://57thbombwing.com/381st_History/HistoryAug44.pdf]
** 3 September 44, S/Sgt James T. Daniell awarded 4th Oak Leaf Cluster to the the Air Medal, Headquarters Twelfth Air Force, General Orders No. 153

During James Talbot's tour of duty with the 381st Bombardment Squadron, several B-25s were shot down by flak, many were "holed" by flak and numerous aircrew members were wounded. On one mission, every B-25 was hit by flak. For the success of that mission over a heavily defended target a "single mission Air Medal" was awarded to all participating aircrew members. There is no record of James Talbot having been shot down or of his being wounded.

Patrica Johnson contributed records which lead to other discoveries.:
381st Bomb Group, Daniell, James T., Pvt, turret-gunner ( (not in 57th roster)(321 SW 7th St, Miami FL)(not in WWII mem)(only 1 James T in NARA - probably 34057394 DANIELL#JAMES#T# UC UC CP BLANDING FL 41 1920) 30 Dec.1943 https://www.fold3.com/page/87693880_james_t_daniell/
(this 2nd man assigned with him is also NOT listed..........
Dzienkiewicz, Francis J., Cpl, turret-gunner ( (not in 57th roster)(28 Crescent St, Ansonia CT)(not in WWII mem)(only 2 Dzienkiewicz in NARA - 11041296 DZIENKIEWICZ#FRANCIS#J# CT NEW HAVEN HARTFORD CT 42 1918) 30 Dec. 1943
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Among stories told, Bud and another crewman flipped a coin to see who would fly a particular mission as bombardier or turret gunner. Bud flew as bombardier. The aircraft returned from the mission with the gun turret blown away by a flak burst. Another story had him flying as bombardier/nose gunner when an anti-aircraft shell tore through the nose bubble just in front of him, tearing the nose bubble off the aircraft.

Thursday, 30 December 1943
381st Bombardment Squadron War Diary: Thursday 30 Dec. 1943; The following enlisted men were assigned to the Squadron: Cpl. F.J. Dzienkiewicz and Pvts. Julius L. Bazzett, turret-gunner; James T. Daniell, turret-gunner; Robert Milton Harris turret-gunner; Cpl. Francis J. Dzienkiewicz, turret-gunner; and Thomas F. Youngman, turret-gunner. [http://57thbombwing.com/381st_History/HistoryDec43.pdf]
Unit history: The 381st Bombardment Squadron was activated in mid-1942 as a B-25 Mitchell medium bomber squadron, it was trained by the Third Air Force in the southeastern United States. The squadron deployed initially to England in September 1942 and flew some missions under the VIII Bomber Command over German-occupied France, attacking enemy troop formations, bridges and airfields. It was part of the Operation Torch invasion of North Africa in November 1942, being deployed to the new Mediterranean Theater of Operations (MTO), and was assigned to the Twelfth Air Force in French Morocco in November. In North Africa, the squadron engaged primarily in support and interdictory operations, bombing marshalling yards, rail lines, highways, bridges, viaducts, troop concentrations, gun emplacements, shipping, harbors and other targets in North Africa. The squadron also engaged in psychological warfare missions, dropping propaganda leaflets behind enemy lines. It took part in the Allied operations against Axis forces in North Africa during March–May 1943 and the reduction of Pantelleria and Lampedusain islands during June. Squadron personnel were also involved in the invasion of Sicily in July, the landing at Salerno on the Italian mainland in September, the Allied advance toward Rome during January–June 1944, the invasion of Southern France in August 1944 and the Allied operations in northern Italy from September 1944 to April 1945. It was inactivated in Italy after the German capitulation in September 1945.

During his assignment to the 12th Air Force, 310th Bombardment Group, 381st Bombardment Squadron, he flew combat missions in B-25 Mitchell medium bombers. In his picture in uniform, Bud wears Staff Sergeant chevrons and his hat shows the famous "50 mission crush" favored by Army aviators. His decorations include Aircrew Member wings, the Air Medal with Oak Leaf clusters, the Good Conduct Medal, the European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal, and the American Defense Service Medal.

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Extracts from the 381st Bombardment Squadron History, 1944
[http://57thbombwing.com/381stSquadronHistory.php]

The Air Medal, Second Oak Leaf Cluster, Headquarters Twelfth Air Force, General Orders No. 123, 7 August 1944, Section III
1st Lt. Joseph A. Burton
1st Lt. Issac S. Clark
Pvt. James T. Daniell
[Headquarters Twelfth Air Force, General Orders No. 153, 3 September 1944, Section III, Paragraph No. 4]
The Air Medal, Third Oak Leaf Cluster
Headquarters Twelfth Air Force, General Orders No. 148, 30 August 1944, Section IV
1st Lt. Joseph A. Burton S/Sgt. James T. Daniell

6 August 1944, Squadron Mission 307 [12 B-25s from the 381st in a formation of 36 B-25s escorted by 12 P-47s] flown against Avignon S. W. R. R. Bridge. Takeoff: 07:55. Target: 10:03. Returned: 12:30. 4 hrs, 35 min. Est. 809 miles.
Aircraft serial no. 43-4032-J (33)
1st Lt. Lewis, W. H. Pilot
F/O. Brady, T. J. Co-pilot
S/Sgt. Daniell, J. T. Bombardier
T/Sgt. Haas, D. H. Radio operator
S/Sgt. Chapman, M. C. Gunner
S/Sgt. Almond, J. H. Tail gunner

The Air Medal, Fourth Oak Leaf Cluster, Headquarters Twelfth Air Force, General Orders No. 153, 3 September 1944, Section III, Paragraph No. 4
1st Lt. Joseph A. Burton
S/Sgt. James T. Daniell
[http://57thbombwing.com/381st_History/HistorySep44.pdf]
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James T. was still married to Bettye Jane Ammon in 1944.
Betty Jane Daniell divorced J. T. Daniell in 1944 in Dade County, Florida. Certificate Number 4757, Volume 253. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001,"]

James T. Daniell married Thelma Lee Watkins in 1944 in Dade County, Florida. Volume: 962, Certificate number: 44622 ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001,"
]
Miss Watkins Weds Veteran
Miss Thelma Watkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hansard, of Birmingham, Ala., and S/Sgt. James T. Daniell, USAAF, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Daniell, 1377 NW 43rd st., were married in a ceremony which recently took place in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burman, 620 NW 24th ave. Mrs. H. F. Westbrook was matron of honor and T/Sgt. Westbrook was best man. Sergeant Daniell has just returned to this country, after serving in the African theater of war. [The Miami Herald, Miami, Florida, Thursday, 21 Dec 1944, Page 9. Courtesy of Patricia Johnson, 8.27.2017]

Compiler's note: This is the obit for James Talbot's wartime buddy and best man at James Talbot's marriage to Thelma Lee Watkins:
Miami Herald, The (FL) - Sunday, March 27, 2005
Hardy F. Westbrook
FL United States
WESTBROOK, HARDY F., "Jack," age 90, of Palm Coast, passed away, Wednesday, March 24, 2005 at Grand Oaks Rehabilitation Center. A Graveside Service will be held at 11:00am Tuesday, March 29, 2005 at Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, FL. Jack was born April 15, 1914 in Pell City, AL and was a resident of this area since moving here in 2001 from Miami. He was a resident of Miami since 1936. Jack was a decorated Air Force Veteran of the 12th Air Force who served his country proudly in WWII. He was shot down twice and rescued by the French and Italian resistance. Jack was in the frozen food and poultry business for 35 years until his retirement in 1990. He is survived by his son Jack Westbrook of Palm Coast, FL and a daughter Helen Hammock of Flagler Beach, FL, three Grandchildren Jack, Jr., Kim and Taylor and four Great Grandchildren. Condolences to the family may be sent via the family guestbook at www.palmcoastfuneralhome.com. Arrangements are under the careful direction of Palm Coast Funeral Home. To visit this Guest Book Online, go to www.herald.com/obituaries.

James Talbett [sic] Daniell and Thelma Lee divorced in 1946 in Dade County, Florida. Certificate Number 12641, Volume 352. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001,"]

James Talbot Daniell remarried Betty Ammer in July 1946. They had two sons, James Talbot Daniell, Jr., called "Danny", and William Russell Daniell, called "Billy." Danny enlisted in the United States Navy. Billy is said to have run an auto repair service.

James T. Daniell and Bettye J. Daniell divorced in March 1966 in Palm Beach County, Florida. Certificate number 5301, Volume 1171. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001,"]

James T. married third Margaret. They divorced in June 1969 in Palm Beach County, Florida. Certificate number 16429, Volume 1367. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKCY-KMW : accessed 24 Feb 2013), James T Daniell and Margaret Daniell, 1969.]

"The last time I saw Big Bud was in late July 1969. He stopped by my father and mother's home in Pensacola as we were packing things up to move Carmen into an apartment. This was about a week after our father's burial. Bud had not known about his father's death because no one knew where or how to contact him. Bud was traveling then, and members of his half-brothers' families did not hear from him after 1969." RLD

James Talbott [sic] DANIELL married Flora MELTON, maiden name WARMOUTH, on 18 Aug 1973 in Polk County, Florida..[Florida Marriage Collection, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001, Florida Department of Health, Polk County, Florida, Volume: 3427, Certificate: 057697]

The Social Security Death Index lists DANIELL, James, 267-03-3078, number issued in Florida, born 7 Jun 1920, died Feb 1984. His last residence was Hillsborough County, FL 33587.
The Florida Death Index, 1936-1998 at Ancestry.com shows: Name: James Talbott [sic] Daniell; Death Date: 9 Feb 1984; County of Death: Hillsborough; State of Death: Florida; Age at Death: 63; Race: White; Gender: Unknown; Birth Date: 7 Jun 1920.

James Talbot DANIELL died Thursday, February 9, 1984, in Hillsborough Co., Florida. His obituary was published in the Tampa Tribune, Feb. 14, 1984: "JAMES T. DANIELL, 63, of Sydney, died Thursday. Born in Georgia, he came to the Bay area in 1969 from West Palm Beach. He was a member of Loyal Order of Moose. He is survived by his wife, Flora; two sons, James T., Jr. and William, both of Riviera Beach; five stepsons, Merlyn YOUNG of Rhode Island, Kevin BOUGH and Jeffrey MELTON, both of Maine, Mark MELTON and Tim, both of Florida; two stepdaughters, Cheryl WARICK of Lakeland and Mary SMITH of Gallatin, Tenn.; his mother, Jewell EATON of Winter Haven; and eight grandchildren. The Neptune Society." [The Neptune Society is a cremation and sea scattering service. James Talbot's ashes were scattered at sea.]

Find A Grave Memorial# 52056287


General Notes: Wife - Bettye Jane AMMER

Bettye Jane Ammer was the daughter of Samuel S. Ammer and Mary Joseph. She was born 13 June 1924 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/S5FT-9PZ : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Samuel S Ammer, Miami, Dade, Florida; citing enumeration district (ED) 0064, sheet 2B, family 44, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 310.
Samuel S. Ammer head M 40 Syria Syria Syria
Mary Ammer wife F 34 Ohio Syria Syria
Bettie J Ammer daughter F 6 Ohio Syria Ohio

Bettye's parents divorced in 1933.

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VTZN-3ZX : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Betty Jane Ammer in household of Mary Ammer, Area C, Miami, Election Precinct 77, Dade, Florida, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 69-88A, sheet 10A, family 283, NARA digital publication T627, roll 631.
Mary Ammer Head F 35 [sic, 45. RLD] Divorced Ohio
Betty Jane Ammer Dau F 15 Single Ohio
On 1 April 1935, Mary and Bettye lived at the same place: 871 S. W. 3rd St.

Bettye Jane Ammer, age 21, married James L. [sic, T.] Daniell, age 21, on 5 October 1941 in Collier County, Florida. ["Florida, Marriages, 1837-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FWS8-WQM : accessed 24 Sep 2013), James L. Daniell and Bettye Jane Anmer, 05 Oct 1941.] Recorded in Volume 647, Certificate number 27481. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJGF-CJF : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye Jane Ammer, 1941.]
Bettye Jane was age 17, not 21, as indicated. Both she and James resided in Miami, Dade County. The marriage was in Collier County which bordered Dade to the west. It may be that they eloped to another county and Bettye misstated her age to facilitate the marriage. Five days later, 10 October 1941, James Talbot joined the Army Air Corps. World War II was brewing.
Bettye Jane Daniell divorced J. T. Daniell in 1944 in Dade County, Florida.
Certificate Number 4757, Volume 253. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKCP-N3X : accessed 24 Sep 2013), J. T. Daniell and Bettye Jane Daniell, 1944.]

Bettye J. Ammer married in 1945 in Volusia County, Florida. [Groom not named, Max Joseph Kestner, Jr.] Volume: 993, Certificate number 11775. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJV3-HH9 : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye J. Ammer, 1945.]

In the 1945 Florida population census, Bettye J. Kestner resided with her mother Mary Ammer.
Kestner Betty J. 324 NW 9 Ave In F 20 Ohio high clerk
Ammer Mary 324 NW 9 Ave In F 40 Ohio gr H. wife
"Florida, State Census, 1945," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNF6-YS4 : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Betty J Kestner, 1945. Precinct Number 68, Miami, Dade County, Florida. Line Number 1.]
Her husband Max resided alone in Volusia County, Florida.
"Florida, State Census, 1945," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNNB-FS5 : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Max Kestner, 1945. Precinct 8 C, Daytona Beach, Volusia County, Florida. Line Number 45.
Max Kestner Daytona Beach 23 Fla 12th grade Navy.

Bettye Jane Kestner divorced Max Joseph Kestner, Jr., in 1946 in Flagler County, Florida. Certificate Number 10604, Volume 348. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKW5-XMB : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Max Joseph Kestner and Bettye Jane Kestner, 1946.]

On 8 July 1946, Betty AMMER, age 22, and James Talbot DANIELL, age 26, applied for a marriage license in Broward County, Florida. It was the second time they were married. Both stated they had been previously married and divorced. James listed his birth in Pavo, Georgia and his occupation as salesman. Bettye listed her birth in Toledo, Ohio and her occupation as bookkeeper. The license was issued on 12 July 1946.

Bettye and James had two sons, James Talbot Daniell, Jr., called "Danny", and William Russell Daniell, called "Billy." Danny enlisted in the United States Navy. Billy is said to have run an auto repair service. Talbot and Betty divorced in 1966 in West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida.

James and Bettye divorced for the second time in March 1966 in Palm Beach County, Florida.

Bettye Jane then married Walter Francis Larock in Dec 1967 in Palm Beach County, Florida. Volume 2597, Certificate number 56186. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJ8T-HRL : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye Jane Daniell, 1967.]

Obituary: Bettye J. Larock
Port St. Lucie
Bettye J. Larock, 79, died May 21, 2004, at her son's residence in Port St. Lucie. She was born in Miami and lived in Port St. Lucie for 17 years, coming from Palm Beach County. Survivors include her sons, Jim Daniell of McAlpin, Fla., and Bill Daniell of Port St. Lucie; two grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her parents, Samuel and Mary (Joseph) Ammer. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Martin & St. Lucie, 1201 S.E. Indian St., Stuart, FL 34997. SERVICES: Arrangements are by All County Funeral Home & Crematory, Stuart. [Stuart News, The (FL) Stuart News, The (FL) - May 25, 2004, Martin County Edition, Page C4]
[NOTE: Informant's error? Records indicate Bettye's birth in Toledo, Ohio.]

"BETTYE J LAROCK 13 Jun 1924 21 May 2004 (V) 34952 (Port Saint Lucie, Saint Lucie, FL) 34952 (Port Saint Lucie, Saint Lucie, FL) 263-26-6453 Florida" [SSDI]

Bettye's ashes were scattered over the Atlantic Ocean off Florida.
Find A Grave Memorial# 106013254


Notes: Marriage

Application for Marriage License
James T. Daniell of Miami, Florida, Age 26, White, Born in Pavo, Georgia, Previously married and divorced in Miami, Florida, Dade County, Occupation: Salesman,
and
Bettye J. Ammer, of Miami, Florida, Age 22, White, Born in Toledo, Ohio, Previously married and divorced in Miami, Florida,Dade County, Occupation: Bookkeeper
Signatures: James T. Daniell, Bette J. Ammer
Subscribed and sworn to me this, the 8th day of July, 1946
Vivian Shields, Notary Public
["Florida, Marriages, 1830-1993," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V655-TTC : accessed 24 Feb 2013), James T Daniell and Bettye J Ammer, 1946.]


General Notes: Child - Seaman James Talbot DANIELL, Jr., USN, Vietnam

James Talbot DANIELL, Jr., was born in Miami, Dade County, Florida on 22 May 1947. He was called Danny. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy on 16 June 1964.. In 1966, he had shore leave in San Francisco from the aircraft carrier USS Coral Sea. He met with his grandfather, James Ulmer DANIELL, and wife, Carmen, and his uncle, Robert Louis DANIELL, and wife, Linda (Wendy).

"Dan", as he was later known, was honorably discharged from the Navy on 21 May 1968 at the rank of Seaman, E-3. He was awarded the National Defense Service Medal, the Vietnam Service Medal (with 3 campaign stars), the Republic of Vietnam Service Medal (with device), and the Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon (with device).

"I spent many hours on the flight deck of the USS Coral Sea, CVA-43, during the Vietnam war. It was A-4 Skyhawks and F-4 Phantoms in those days. My rating was Interior Communications Electrician assigned to E division. We maintained and operated the Fresnel Lens system (Meatball) for aircraft landing, all shipboard phones, intercom and PA systems, sound powered telephone systems, pilot landing and takeoff (PLAT) system, and the carrier’ forward and after gyro systems. This kept me and every other IC men busy with various assignments and watches all over the ship. Our work, repairs, and preventative maintenance programs took us from bow to stern, bridge to boiler rooms and everywhere in between. Even when I wasn’t working I would go up to the 0-7 level on the island to watch the takeoffs and landing. I witnessed many things on the flight deck. One of the wildest was a hung heat seeking missile that drop off the starboard wing of an F-4 Phantom when it caught the arresting gear. That missile went skipping and sparking across the flight deck at over 100 mph, then over the side and into the water without exploding. That was hair raising.
Looking back now, I have my moments when I wish I had made an effort to stay in the Navy as a career. I was young and dumb and couldn’t wait to become a civilian. The Navy considered Interior Communications Electricians as a critical billet and tried to get me to reenlist but I turned it down. At the time I was too excited to get on with my life without the Navy. The good thing is my Navy rating and schooling set the pace for me becoming an electrician, helping me earn a good living and enjoying a comfortable life. Fortunately I was successful enough to retire at age 60 and I have been enjoying ownership of my time ever since." [email, 10/16/2014]

"James T. DANIELL of McAlpin" [Swannee County, Florida], is named as a survivor in the June 2009 obituary of his brother, William Russell Daniell.


General Notes: Child - William Russell DANIELL

William Russell "Billy" DANIELL, son of James Talbot Daniell and Bettye Jane Ammer, was born 17 Aug 1948 in Miami, Dade County, Florida.

Obituary: PORT ST. LUCIE -- William DANIELL
William Russell DANIELL, 60, died June 6, 2009, at his home. He was born in Miami and lived in Port St. Lucie for 25 years, coming from West Palm Beach. He was a member of the Boy Scouts of America, volunteered with the Youth Sports in Port St. Lucie and the United Way. Survivors include his wife of 30 years, Sarah E. DANIELL of Port St. Lucie; sons, W. Adrian STOCK of Odum, Ga., James R. DANIELL of Port St. Lucie; daughter, Mary E. DANIELL of Port St. Lucie; brother, James T. DANIELL of McAlpin; and four grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, James T. DANIELL and Bettye LA ROCKE. Contributions may be made to Treasure Coast Hospice, 1201 S.E. Indian St., Stuart, FL 34997. Services: A private memorial service will be at a later date. Arrangements are by All County Funeral Home & Crematory Treasure Coast Chapel. [The Stuart News, June 9, 2009, Page B4]

Billy was cremated, his ashes scattered over the Atlantic Ocean.

Find A Grave Memorial# 106038707
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Walter Francis LAROCK and Bettye Jane AMMER




Husband Walter Francis LAROCK 1157

         Born: 14 Jun 1924
   Christened: 
         Died: 16 Jun 1999 - Florida
       Buried: 
     Marriage: Dec 1967 - Palm Beach County, Florida



Wife Bettye Jane AMMER 1157,1270

         Born: 13 Jun 1924 - Lucas County, Ohio 241
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 May 2004 - St. Lucie County, Florida 1157
     Cremated:  - ashes spread over the Atlantic Ocean 1269


       Father: Samuel S. AMMER (1890-1968) 1157
       Mother: Mary JOSEPH (1895-      ) 1157



 Other Spouse: James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII (1920-1984) 1266 - 5 Oct 1941 - Collier County, Florida (Divorced in 1944)

 Other Spouse: Max Joseph KESTNER, USN, WWII (1922-      ) - 1944 - Volusia County, Florida (Divorced in 1945)

 Other Spouse: James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII (1920-1984) 1266 - 8 Jul 1946 - Broward County, Florida (Divorced in 1966)


Children

General Notes: Husband - Walter Francis LAROCK

Walter F. Larock, born 14 June 1924, died 16 June 1999 in Florida. Last residence was in Port St. Lucie, Saint Lucie County, Florida 34952. Social security number 266-24-5017 issued in Florida. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JRFQ-GMQ : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Walter F Larock, 16 June 1999; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).]


General Notes: Wife - Bettye Jane AMMER

Bettye Jane Ammer was the daughter of Samuel S. Ammer and Mary Joseph. She was born 13 June 1924 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/S5FT-9PZ : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Samuel S Ammer, Miami, Dade, Florida; citing enumeration district (ED) 0064, sheet 2B, family 44, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 310.
Samuel S. Ammer head M 40 Syria Syria Syria
Mary Ammer wife F 34 Ohio Syria Syria
Bettie J Ammer daughter F 6 Ohio Syria Ohio

Bettye's parents divorced in 1933.

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VTZN-3ZX : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Betty Jane Ammer in household of Mary Ammer, Area C, Miami, Election Precinct 77, Dade, Florida, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 69-88A, sheet 10A, family 283, NARA digital publication T627, roll 631.
Mary Ammer Head F 35 [sic, 45. RLD] Divorced Ohio
Betty Jane Ammer Dau F 15 Single Ohio
On 1 April 1935, Mary and Bettye lived at the same place: 871 S. W. 3rd St.

Bettye Jane Ammer, age 21, married James L. [sic, T.] Daniell, age 21, on 5 October 1941 in Collier County, Florida. ["Florida, Marriages, 1837-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FWS8-WQM : accessed 24 Sep 2013), James L. Daniell and Bettye Jane Anmer, 05 Oct 1941.] Recorded in Volume 647, Certificate number 27481. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJGF-CJF : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye Jane Ammer, 1941.]
Bettye Jane was age 17, not 21, as indicated. Both she and James resided in Miami, Dade County. The marriage was in Collier County which bordered Dade to the west. It may be that they eloped to another county and Bettye misstated her age to facilitate the marriage. Five days later, 10 October 1941, James Talbot joined the Army Air Corps. World War II was brewing.
Bettye Jane Daniell divorced J. T. Daniell in 1944 in Dade County, Florida.
Certificate Number 4757, Volume 253. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKCP-N3X : accessed 24 Sep 2013), J. T. Daniell and Bettye Jane Daniell, 1944.]

Bettye J. Ammer married in 1945 in Volusia County, Florida. [Groom not named, Max Joseph Kestner, Jr.] Volume: 993, Certificate number 11775. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJV3-HH9 : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye J. Ammer, 1945.]

In the 1945 Florida population census, Bettye J. Kestner resided with her mother Mary Ammer.
Kestner Betty J. 324 NW 9 Ave In F 20 Ohio high clerk
Ammer Mary 324 NW 9 Ave In F 40 Ohio gr H. wife
"Florida, State Census, 1945," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNF6-YS4 : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Betty J Kestner, 1945. Precinct Number 68, Miami, Dade County, Florida. Line Number 1.]
Her husband Max resided alone in Volusia County, Florida.
"Florida, State Census, 1945," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNNB-FS5 : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Max Kestner, 1945. Precinct 8 C, Daytona Beach, Volusia County, Florida. Line Number 45.
Max Kestner Daytona Beach 23 Fla 12th grade Navy.

Bettye Jane Kestner divorced Max Joseph Kestner, Jr., in 1946 in Flagler County, Florida. Certificate Number 10604, Volume 348. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKW5-XMB : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Max Joseph Kestner and Bettye Jane Kestner, 1946.]

On 8 July 1946, Betty AMMER, age 22, and James Talbot DANIELL, age 26, applied for a marriage license in Broward County, Florida. It was the second time they were married. Both stated they had been previously married and divorced. James listed his birth in Pavo, Georgia and his occupation as salesman. Bettye listed her birth in Toledo, Ohio and her occupation as bookkeeper. The license was issued on 12 July 1946.

Bettye and James had two sons, James Talbot Daniell, Jr., called "Danny", and William Russell Daniell, called "Billy." Danny enlisted in the United States Navy. Billy is said to have run an auto repair service. Talbot and Betty divorced in 1966 in West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida.

James and Bettye divorced for the second time in March 1966 in Palm Beach County, Florida.

Bettye Jane then married Walter Francis Larock in Dec 1967 in Palm Beach County, Florida. Volume 2597, Certificate number 56186. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJ8T-HRL : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye Jane Daniell, 1967.]

Obituary: Bettye J. Larock
Port St. Lucie
Bettye J. Larock, 79, died May 21, 2004, at her son's residence in Port St. Lucie. She was born in Miami and lived in Port St. Lucie for 17 years, coming from Palm Beach County. Survivors include her sons, Jim Daniell of McAlpin, Fla., and Bill Daniell of Port St. Lucie; two grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her parents, Samuel and Mary (Joseph) Ammer. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Martin & St. Lucie, 1201 S.E. Indian St., Stuart, FL 34997. SERVICES: Arrangements are by All County Funeral Home & Crematory, Stuart. [Stuart News, The (FL) Stuart News, The (FL) - May 25, 2004, Martin County Edition, Page C4]
[NOTE: Informant's error? Records indicate Bettye's birth in Toledo, Ohio.]

"BETTYE J LAROCK 13 Jun 1924 21 May 2004 (V) 34952 (Port Saint Lucie, Saint Lucie, FL) 34952 (Port Saint Lucie, Saint Lucie, FL) 263-26-6453 Florida" [SSDI]

Bettye's ashes were scattered over the Atlantic Ocean off Florida.
Find A Grave Memorial# 106013254

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Samuel S. AMMER and Mary JOSEPH




Husband Samuel S. AMMER 1157

         Born: 2 Feb 1890 - Syria
   Christened: 
         Died: Feb 1968 - Dade County, Florida
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 12 Apr 1914 - Muskingum County, Ohio. (Divorced in 1933)



Wife Mary JOSEPH 1157

         Born: 16 May 1895 - Columbus, Ohio
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 


       Father: John JOSEPH (1865-      )
       Mother: Lena (1869-      )




Children
1 F Bettye Jane AMMER 1157,1270

         Born: 13 Jun 1924 - Lucas County, Ohio 241
   Christened: 
         Died: 21 May 2004 - St. Lucie County, Florida 1157
     Cremated:  - ashes spread over the Atlantic Ocean 1269
       Spouse: James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII (1920-1984) 1266
         Marr: 5 Oct 1941 - Collier County, Florida. (Divorced in 1944)
       Spouse: Max Joseph KESTNER, USN, WWII (1922-      )
         Marr: 1944 - Volusia County, Florida. (Divorced in 1945)
       Spouse: James Talbot DANIELL, USAAC, WWII (1920-1984) 1266
         Marr: 8 Jul 1946 - Broward County, Florida. (Divorced in 1966)
       Spouse: Walter Francis LAROCK (1924-1999) 1157
         Marr: Dec 1967 - Palm Beach County, Florida



General Notes: Husband - Samuel S. AMMER

"Sam Ammer', Hebrew male, sailed from Liverpool, England aboard the ship Lake Manitoba and arrived at the Port of St John, New Brunswick, England [sic, Canada] on 20 Dec 1903 at age 6. his prior residence listed as "Ldn". [nara publication title: Manifests of Passengers Arriving in the St. Albans, VT, District through Canadian Pacific and Atlantic Ports, 1895-1954, nara publication number: M1464, nara roll number: 21. "United States, Border Crossings from Canada to United States, 1895-1956," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X2N4-56N : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Sam Ammer, 1903.]

Samuel Ammer married Mary Joseph on 12 April 1914 in Muskingum County, Ohio. Samuel, age 24 on 2 February 1914, son of Job. Ammer and Mary Thabit, was born in Syria. Mary, age 18 on 16 May 1913, daughter of John and Lena Joseph, was born in Columbus, Ohio. Samuel was a resident of Circleville, [Pickaway County] Ohio, where his occupation was fruit dealer. Mary was a resident of Zanesville, [Muskingum County] Ohio where she was a house keeper. Neither Samuel or Mary had been previously married. ["Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X8R1-LBC : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Samuel Ammer and Mary Joseph, 1914; citing reference p383 #765, FHL microfilm 865151.]

1920 U.S. Census, Ohio, Union County, Ward 1, Marysville; Series: T625 Roll: 1445 Page: 212: 109 15 15 AMMER Samuel S. Head M W 30 1904 Na 1912 Syria Syria Syria Retail merchant Fruit store; -- Mary Wife F W 24 M OH OH OH None.

This may or may not be Samuel S. and Mary Joseph Ammer:
"Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ammer left Thursday for Ohio after spending a part of the summer with their cousin, M. Hawarny. [The Ann Arbor News, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Saturday, September 2, 1922, Page 9]

1930 U.S. Census, Florida, Dadae County, Miami, Precinct 54; Series: T626 Roll: 310 Page: 205: S. W. 8th St. 1674 44 44 AMMER Samuel S. Head M W 40 M 27 Syria Syria Syria 1902 Na Salesman Real estate; -- Mary Wife F W 34 M 19 OH Syria Syria; -- Bettie J. Dau F W 6 S OH Syria OH.

Sam S. Ammer and Mary Ammer divorced in Dade County, Florida in 1933. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VK4P-L6V : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Sam S Ammer and Mary Ammer, 1933.]

The 1935 Florida State Census, Dade County, Miami, Precinct 54, lists Samuel S. Ammer, residing at 1674 S. W. 8th St, single, age 46, born in Syria. He completed 6th grade and is an invalid. ["Florida, State Census, 1935," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNJ5-XZG : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Samuel S Ammer, Miami, Dade, Florida.]

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VTZF-FT8 : accessed 28 Feb 2013), Samuel Ammer in household of Fernando Gabeza, Area C, Miami, Election Precinct 72, Dade, Florida, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 69-81, sheet 81A, family 245, NARA digital publication T627, roll 631. [Enumerated in the Rutherford Hotel]
AMMER. Samuel Guest M W 51 Divorced 8th grade Syria Same place

Samuel S. Ammer died in February 1968 in Dade County, Florida. ["Florida, Death Index, 1877-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VV3B-VS2 : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Samuel S Ammer, 1968.]


General Notes: Wife - Mary JOSEPH

"Mary Joseph, daughter of John Joseph and Lena _____, was born in Columbus, Ohio.

1900 U.S. Census, Ohio, Perry County, Salt Lick Township, West Voting Precinct, Shawnee Village; Series: T623 Roll: 1313 Page: 308: 206 208 JOSEPH John Head W M May 1865 35 M 12 Turkey Turkey Turkey 1894 6 ?? B_____;
-- Lena Wife W F May 1869 31 M 12 5 4 Turkey Turkey Turkey 1894 6;
-- Mary Dau W F Jun 1894 5 S OH Turkey Turkey 1894 6;
-- Iser [as indexed] Son W M July 1897 3 S OH Turkey Turkey;
-- Eddie Son W M May 1898 2 S OH Turkey Turkey.

1910 U.S. Census, Ohio, Fairfield County, Rush Creek Twp; Series: T624 Roll: 1179 Page: 233:
163 175 JOSEPH John Head M W 40 M1 24 Turkey Turkey Turkey 1890 Na Fruit store Own store;
-- Lena Wife F W 36 M1 24 5 4 Turkey Turkey Turkey;
-- George Son M W 20 M1 2 Turkey Turkey Turkey 1908 Al Fruit store Own store;
-- Mary Dau F W 16 S OH Turkey Turkey;
-- Arthur Son M W 13 S OH Turkey Turkey;
-- Eddie Son M W 11 S OH Turkey Turkey 1907;
CICEMAN Pauel Nephew M W 18 S Turkey Turkey Turkey 1907 None.
[NOTE: In each case above, Turkey is written over a lined out Syria. RLD]

Mary Joseph married Samuel Ammer on 12 April 1914 in Muskingum County, Ohio. She was born in Columbus, Ohio. Her parents were born in Turkey/Syria. Singularly, the 1920 census lists Mary Ammer's parents as born in Ohio.

Research notes:
Related?
1. Mary Ammer born 8 May 1894, died in April 1977 at age 83. Last residence was in Palm Beach County, Florida 33407
Social security number: 261-30-9785 issued in Florida. ["United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J17Q-XZ4 : accessed 01 Mar 2013), Mary Ammer, April 1977.]
- Mary Ammer died 29 April 1977 in Palm Beach County, Florida at age 82. Certificate number: 32424. ["Florida, Death Index, 1877-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VV8X-R2S : accessed 01 Mar 2013), Mary Ammer, 1977.]
[NOTE: Samuel and Mary Ammer's daughter, Bettye Jane, lived in Palm Beach County when married to James Talbot Daniell, Sr. There are other Ammer family in Palm Beach County, but this date of birth closely approximates that of Bettye Jane Ammer's mother. RLD]
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2. Relationship? Mary Ammer, widow, born 10 December 1840 in Syria, died 26 March 1931 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio at age 90 years, 3 months, and 16 days. She was a daughter of Ellis Thabet and Sarah Joseph, both born in Syria. Mary resided at 318 W. Park St. Informant was Kallel Ammer[*] of Toledo, Ohio. Mary was buried in Forest Cemetery on 28 March 1931. ["Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1953," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XD1F-T9K : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Mary Ammer, 26 Mar 1931; citing Toledo, Lucas, Ohio, reference fn 18536; FHL microfilm 1992425.]
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3. [*]"United States Census, 1910," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MLXQ-CD4 : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Kellel Ammer, Xenia Ward 3, Greene, Ohio; citing sheet 4A, family 74, NARA microfilm publication T624, FHL microfilm 1375198.
Kellel Ammer
immigration year: 1897
Kellel Ammer self M 30 Syrian Arab Republic
Rose Ammer wife F 18 Syria
Thomas A Ammer bro M 18y Syria


Notes: Marriage

Samuel Ammer married Mary Joseph on 12 April 1914 in Muskingum County, Ohio. Samuel, age 24 on 2 February 1914, son of Job. Ammer and Mary Thabit, was born in Syria. Mary, age 18 on 16 May 1913, daughter of John and Lena Joseph, was born in Columbus, Ohio. Samuel was a resident of Circleville, [Pickaway County] Ohio, where his occupation was fruit dealer. Mary was a resident of Zanesville, [Muskingum County] Ohio where she was a house keeper. Neither Samuel or Mary had been previously married. ["Ohio, County Marriages, 1789-1994," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X8R1-LBC : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Samuel Ammer and Mary Joseph, 1914; citing reference p383 #765, FHL microfilm 865151.]


General Notes: Child - Bettye Jane AMMER

Bettye Jane Ammer was the daughter of Samuel S. Ammer and Mary Joseph. She was born 13 June 1924 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.

"United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/S5FT-9PZ : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Samuel S Ammer, Miami, Dade, Florida; citing enumeration district (ED) 0064, sheet 2B, family 44, NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 310.
Samuel S. Ammer head M 40 Syria Syria Syria
Mary Ammer wife F 34 Ohio Syria Syria
Bettie J Ammer daughter F 6 Ohio Syria Ohio

Bettye's parents divorced in 1933.

"United States Census, 1940," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VTZN-3ZX : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Betty Jane Ammer in household of Mary Ammer, Area C, Miami, Election Precinct 77, Dade, Florida, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 69-88A, sheet 10A, family 283, NARA digital publication T627, roll 631.
Mary Ammer Head F 35 [sic, 45. RLD] Divorced Ohio
Betty Jane Ammer Dau F 15 Single Ohio
On 1 April 1935, Mary and Bettye lived at the same place: 871 S. W. 3rd St.

Bettye Jane Ammer, age 21, married James L. [sic, T.] Daniell, age 21, on 5 October 1941 in Collier County, Florida. ["Florida, Marriages, 1837-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FWS8-WQM : accessed 24 Sep 2013), James L. Daniell and Bettye Jane Anmer, 05 Oct 1941.] Recorded in Volume 647, Certificate number 27481. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJGF-CJF : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye Jane Ammer, 1941.]
Bettye Jane was age 17, not 21, as indicated. Both she and James resided in Miami, Dade County. The marriage was in Collier County which bordered Dade to the west. It may be that they eloped to another county and Bettye misstated her age to facilitate the marriage. Five days later, 10 October 1941, James Talbot joined the Army Air Corps. World War II was brewing.
Bettye Jane Daniell divorced J. T. Daniell in 1944 in Dade County, Florida.
Certificate Number 4757, Volume 253. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKCP-N3X : accessed 24 Sep 2013), J. T. Daniell and Bettye Jane Daniell, 1944.]

Bettye J. Ammer married in 1945 in Volusia County, Florida. [Groom not named, Max Joseph Kestner, Jr.] Volume: 993, Certificate number 11775. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJV3-HH9 : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye J. Ammer, 1945.]

In the 1945 Florida population census, Bettye J. Kestner resided with her mother Mary Ammer.
Kestner Betty J. 324 NW 9 Ave In F 20 Ohio high clerk
Ammer Mary 324 NW 9 Ave In F 40 Ohio gr H. wife
"Florida, State Census, 1945," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNF6-YS4 : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Betty J Kestner, 1945. Precinct Number 68, Miami, Dade County, Florida. Line Number 1.]
Her husband Max resided alone in Volusia County, Florida.
"Florida, State Census, 1945," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MNNB-FS5 : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Max Kestner, 1945. Precinct 8 C, Daytona Beach, Volusia County, Florida. Line Number 45.
Max Kestner Daytona Beach 23 Fla 12th grade Navy.

Bettye Jane Kestner divorced Max Joseph Kestner, Jr., in 1946 in Flagler County, Florida. Certificate Number 10604, Volume 348. ["Florida, Divorce Index, 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VKW5-XMB : accessed 25 Sep 2013), Max Joseph Kestner and Bettye Jane Kestner, 1946.]

On 8 July 1946, Betty AMMER, age 22, and James Talbot DANIELL, age 26, applied for a marriage license in Broward County, Florida. It was the second time they were married. Both stated they had been previously married and divorced. James listed his birth in Pavo, Georgia and his occupation as salesman. Bettye listed her birth in Toledo, Ohio and her occupation as bookkeeper. The license was issued on 12 July 1946.

Bettye and James had two sons, James Talbot Daniell, Jr., called "Danny", and William Russell Daniell, called "Billy." Danny enlisted in the United States Navy. Billy is said to have run an auto repair service. Talbot and Betty divorced in 1966 in West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida.

James and Bettye divorced for the second time in March 1966 in Palm Beach County, Florida.

Bettye Jane then married Walter Francis Larock in Dec 1967 in Palm Beach County, Florida. Volume 2597, Certificate number 56186. ["Florida, Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VJ8T-HRL : accessed 25 Feb 2013), Bettye Jane Daniell, 1967.]

Obituary: Bettye J. Larock
Port St. Lucie
Bettye J. Larock, 79, died May 21, 2004, at her son's residence in Port St. Lucie. She was born in Miami and lived in Port St. Lucie for 17 years, coming from Palm Beach County. Survivors include her sons, Jim Daniell of McAlpin, Fla., and Bill Daniell of Port St. Lucie; two grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her parents, Samuel and Mary (Joseph) Ammer. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Martin & St. Lucie, 1201 S.E. Indian St., Stuart, FL 34997. SERVICES: Arrangements are by All County Funeral Home & Crematory, Stuart. [Stuart News, The (FL) Stuart News, The (FL) - May 25, 2004, Martin County Edition, Page C4]
[NOTE: Informant's error? Records indicate Bettye's birth in Toledo, Ohio.]

"BETTYE J LAROCK 13 Jun 1924 21 May 2004 (V) 34952 (Port Saint Lucie, Saint Lucie, FL) 34952 (Port Saint Lucie, Saint Lucie, FL) 263-26-6453 Florida" [SSDI]

Bettye's ashes were scattered over the Atlantic Ocean off Florida.
Find A Grave Memorial# 106013254

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Adina AMOS




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Wife Adina AMOS

         Born: 11 Jul 1901 - Ben Lomand, Sevier County, Arkansas
   Christened: 
         Died:  - Los Angeles County, California
       Buried: 


       Father: William Hepworth AMOS (1861-1935) 1449
       Mother: Nancy Adina WEBB (1874-1957)




Children

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Beverly AMOS and Mary Edwards BUTTS




Husband Beverly AMOS 166

          AKA: Beverly AMOSS
         Born: Abt 1815 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 21 Jan 1896
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 27 Dec 1837 - Hancock County, Georgia

 Other Spouse: Mary D. (1835-1913) - 16 Nov 1875 - Hancock County, Georgia



Wife Mary Edwards BUTTS 726

         Born: 27 Dec 1815 - Hancock County, Georgia 166
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef Nov 1875
       Buried: 


       Father: Simmons BUTTS (1780-1822) 166
       Mother: Elizabeth SIMMONS (1788-1837) 166




Children

General Notes: Husband - Beverly AMOS

1840 U.S. Census, Georgia,
Line 5 Beverly Amos 1 male, age 20-30; 1 female, age 20-30; 23 male slaves, 13 female slaves

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, Sparta; Series M593 Roll: ___ Page: 405:
1232 1240 AMOS Beverly 55 M W Farmer 3000 980 GA
-- Mary E. 52 F W Keeping house GA
-- Howard M B 20 Farm laborer GA
SAWSON David 17 M B Farm laborer GA
AMOS Frank 16 M B Farm laborer VA

Mary is presumed to have died before November 1875 when Beverly is married Mrs. Mary D. Walker.

1880 U.S. Census, Georgia, Hancock County, 102 District; Series T9 Roll: 151 Page: 308A:
126 171 AMOS Bevrly [soc] W M 65 M Farmer GA VA VA
-- Mary D. W F 44 Wife M Keeping houseGA GA GA
WALKER Mima [?] W F 13 S[tep] Dau W F At school GA -- --

On 21 January 1896, Mary D. Amos filed for a widow's pension for Beverly Amos' service in Brown's Company, Georgia Volunteers in the Indian Wars (Florida War). Application Number 6573, Certificate Numbers 1620 and 4554. ["United States Index to Indian Wars Pension Files, 1892-1926,"]


General Notes: Wife - Mary Edwards BUTTS

"Mary BUTTS" is named in the 6 February 1835 Will of her grandfather, Capt. James BUTTS: "I give and bequeath to my grandchildren Katharine Simmons, Kesiah Butts, Arthur Butts, Mary Butts and Edmund Butts, children of my son Simmons Butts one negro girl each to be worth one hundred and ten dollars in making this estimation I expect my executors to give them such girl children as are weaned from their mothers say to be one year old at least."

Mary E. Butts married Beverly Amos on 27 December 1837 in Hancock County, Georgia. [Georgia Marriages, 1785-1950]

Mary E Butts is presumed to have died before November 1875 when Beverly married Mrs. Mary D. Walker.
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George Judson CASADY and Emma T. AMOS




Husband George Judson CASADY 2265,2266

         Born: 29 Jul 1853 - Washington County, Ohio 2267
   Christened: 
         Died: 6 Feb 1916 - Washington County, Ohio 2267
       Buried:  - Barker Cemetery, Washington County, Ohio 2267


       Father: George Perry CASADY (1815-1891)
       Mother: Sophia HOFF (1825-1899)


     Marriage: Abt 1878



Wife Emma T. AMOS 2268

         Born: 1855 - Ohio 2268
   Christened: 
         Died:  - Washington County, Ohio 2268
       Buried:  - Barker Cemetery, Washington County, Ohio 2268


Children
1 M Edward CASADY 2266

         Born: Apr 1880 2266
   Christened: 
         Died: 1956 - Washington County, Ohio
       Buried:  - Barker Cemetery, Washington County, Ohio



2 F Bertha CASADY 2269

         Born: Jun 1895 - Washington County, Ohio 2269
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 



3 M Walter H. CASADY 2269

         Born: Mar 1897 - Washington County, Ohio 2269
   Christened: 
         Died: 1962 - Washington County, Ohio
       Buried:  - Barker Cemetery, Washington County, Ohio




General Notes: Husband - George Judson CASADY

1880 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Newport; Series: T9 Roll: 1076 Page: 356: 309 330 CASSIDY Judson W M 27 M Farmer OH NY OH; -- Emma W F 26 Wife M Keeping house OH PA OH; -- Edward W M 2/12 Apr Son -- -- --.
Next door:
310 331 CASSIDY George 65 NY Canada NY; -- Sophia 55 OH OH OH. Judson's father and mother.
311 332 CASSIDY Orin W M 25 Son M Farmer OH NY OH; -- Jennie W F 22 Wife M Keeps house WV WV WV (Note: VA, WV did not become a state until 20 June 1863. RLD)

1900 U.S. Census, Ohio, Washington County, Newport; Series: T623 Roll: 1331 Page: 151: 50 50 CASSADAY Judson Head July 1853 46 25 OH PA OH Farmer; -- Emma Wife W F Jan 1855 45 (overwritten 44) M 25 4 3 OH PA CT; -- Edward Son W M April 1880 20 S OH OH OH Farm laborer; -- Bertha Dau W F June 1895 4 S OH OH OH; -- Walter H. Son W M Mar 1897 3 S OH OH OH; PHEMISTER Mamie W F Mar 1882 S WV CT WV. (Mamie PHEMISTER is likely related to the CASSADY and may be a daughter of Walter A. and Grace CASSADY, cousin to Judson.)

George Judson CASADY is buried in Barker Cemetery, Lower Newport, Washington County, Ohio. A picture of his headstone, shared with his wife Emma T. AMOS, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 36185345, created by: J Witkowski on Apr 22, 2009:

CASADY
G. JUDSON CASADY
JULY 29, 1853
FEB. 6, 1916
---
EMMA T. AMOS
HIS WIFE
JAN. 6, 1855
NOV.8, 1935


General Notes: Wife - Emma T. AMOS

Emma T. AMOS is buried in Barker Cemetery, Lower Newport, Washington County, Ohio. A picture of her headstone, shared with her husband, is on Find A Grave Memorial# 36185359 created by J Witkowski on Apr 22, 2009:

CASADY
G. JUDSON CASADY
JULY 29, 1853
FEB. 6, 1916
---
EMMA T. AMOS
HIS WIFE
JAN. 6, 1855
NOV.8, 1935


General Notes: Child - Edward CASADY

POSSIBLE:
"CASSADY, Edmond F, 1880-1956, Barker, Newport Twp." (s/o Geo. Judson named as Edward in the 1880 & 1900 censuses?)
(Washington County Historical Society, http://wchs-ohio.org/)


General Notes: Child - Walter H. CASADY

"CASSADY, Walter H, 1897-1962, Barker, Newport Twp."
(Washington County Historical Society, http://wchs-ohio.org/)

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Etruria C. AMOS




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Wife Etruria C. AMOS 1449

         Born: 21 Apr 1878 - Tennessee 1449
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 Dec 1937
       Buried: 


       Father: William Thomas Jefferson AMOS (1830-Bef 1880)
       Mother: Mary Caroline POWELL (1841-1921) 1449




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Eturia AMOS




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Wife Eturia AMOS

         Born: 5 Dec 1903 - Athens, Howard County, Arkansas
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 Jul 1907 - Athens, Howard County, Arkansas
       Buried: 


       Father: William Hepworth AMOS (1861-1935) 1449
       Mother: Nancy Adina WEBB (1874-1957)




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James AMOS and Sarah REES




Husband James AMOS

         Born: 2 Jun 1780 - Maryland
   Christened: 
         Died: 
       Buried: 
     Marriage: 28 Aug 1807 - Columbia County, Georgia



Wife Sarah REES

         Born: 16 Oct 1789 - Georgia
   Christened: 
         Died: 24 Feb 1849 - Troup County, Georgia
       Buried: 


Children
1 M William Thomas Jefferson AMOS

         Born: Aug 1830
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 Jun 1880
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Mary Caroline POWELL (1841-1921) 1449
         Marr: Cir 1860



General Notes: Child - William Thomas Jefferson AMOS

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Muscogee County, 4-Wd Columbus; Series: M593 Roll: 167 Page: 612:
113 187 AMOS William M.[?] 32 M W Keeps Livery Stable --- 10,000 GA;
-- Mary 28 F W Keeping house SC;
-- James 11 M W Going to school AL;
-- Willie E. 8 F W AL;
-- Bettie 60 F B Domestic Servt VA.

1880 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Davidson County, 15-Wd Nashville; Series: T9 Roll: 1250 Page: 453:
146 166 AMOS Mary C. W F 40 Wd Keeping house SC VA SC;
-- William W M 19 Son S Bookkeeping GA GA SC [same as Willie E. 8 F above?];
-- Ulius W M 13 Son S GA GA SC;
-- Zula W F 10 Dau S AL GA SC;
-- Eturia W F 3 Dau S TN GA SC.
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Ulius AMOS




Husband Ulius AMOS 1449

         Born: Abt 1866 - Georgia 1449
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       Father: William Thomas Jefferson AMOS (1830-Bef 1880)
       Mother: Mary Caroline POWELL (1841-1921) 1449





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Ulius Toffiairo AMOS




Husband Ulius Toffiairo AMOS

         Born: 3 Mar 1906 - Whitefield, Choctaw Lands, Oklahoma
   Christened: 
         Died: Feb 1976 - St. Louis County, Missouri
       Buried: 


       Father: William Hepworth AMOS (1861-1935) 1449
       Mother: Nancy Adina WEBB (1874-1957)





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William Hepworth AMOS and Nancy Adina WEBB




Husband William Hepworth AMOS 1449

         Born: 21 Jul 1861 - Randolph County, Georgia 1449
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Jul 1935 - St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri
       Buried: 


       Father: William Thomas Jefferson AMOS (1830-Bef 1880)
       Mother: Mary Caroline POWELL (1841-1921) 1449


     Marriage: 8 Nov 1895 - Shelby County, Tennessee



Wife Nancy Adina WEBB

         Born: 7 Nov 1874 - Walker County, Alabama
   Christened: 
         Died: 25 Mar 1957 - Los Angeles County, California
       Buried: 


Children
1 M William Hepworth AMOS, Jr.

         Born: 21 Jul 1899 - Oran, Arkansas
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 Jul 1900 - Ben Lomand, Sevier County, Arkansas
       Buried: 



2 F Adina AMOS

         Born: 11 Jul 1901 - Ben Lomand, Sevier County, Arkansas
   Christened: 
         Died:  - Los Angeles County, California
       Buried: 



3 F Eturia AMOS

         Born: 5 Dec 1903 - Athens, Howard County, Arkansas
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 Jul 1907 - Athens, Howard County, Arkansas
       Buried: 



4 M Ulius Toffiairo AMOS

         Born: 3 Mar 1906 - Whitefield, Choctaw Lands, Oklahoma
   Christened: 
         Died: Feb 1976 - St. Louis County, Missouri
       Buried: 




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William Hepworth AMOS, Jr.




Husband William Hepworth AMOS, Jr.

         Born: 21 Jul 1899 - Oran, Arkansas
   Christened: 
         Died: 23 Jul 1900 - Ben Lomand, Sevier County, Arkansas
       Buried: 


       Father: William Hepworth AMOS (1861-1935) 1449
       Mother: Nancy Adina WEBB (1874-1957)





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William Thomas Jefferson AMOS and Mary Caroline POWELL




Husband William Thomas Jefferson AMOS

         Born: Aug 1830
   Christened: 
         Died: Bef 1 Jun 1880
       Buried: 


       Father: James AMOS (1780-      )
       Mother: Sarah REES (1789-1849)


     Marriage: Cir 1860



Wife Mary Caroline POWELL 1449

         Born: 28 Mar 1841 - South Carolina 1449
   Christened: 
         Died: 19 Jul 1921
       Buried: 


       Father: Jacob S. Pentrah POWELL (Abt 1807-      ) 2270
       Mother: Sarah Ann ERWIN (1813-      ) 2116,2270




Children
1 M William Hepworth AMOS 1449

         Born: 21 Jul 1861 - Randolph County, Georgia 1449
   Christened: 
         Died: 22 Jul 1935 - St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri
       Buried: 
       Spouse: Nancy Adina WEBB (1874-1957)
         Marr: 8 Nov 1895 - Shelby County, Tennessee


2 M Ulius AMOS 1449

         Born: Abt 1866 - Georgia 1449
   Christened: 
         Died: 
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3 F Zula AMOS 1449

         Born: 15 Jan 1875 - Alabama 1449
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 Mar 1939
       Buried: 



4 F Etruria C. AMOS 1449

         Born: 21 Apr 1878 - Tennessee 1449
   Christened: 
         Died: 15 Dec 1937
       Buried: 




General Notes: Husband - William Thomas Jefferson AMOS

1870 U.S. Census, Georgia, Muscogee County, 4-Wd Columbus; Series: M593 Roll: 167 Page: 612:
113 187 AMOS William M.[?] 32 M W Keeps Livery Stable --- 10,000 GA;
-- Mary 28 F W Keeping house SC;
-- James 11 M W Going to school AL;
-- Willie E. 8 F W AL;
-- Bettie 60 F B Domestic Servt VA.

1880 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Davidson County, 15-Wd Nashville; Series: T9 Roll: 1250 Page: 453:
146 166 AMOS Mary C. W F 40 Wd Keeping house SC VA SC;
-- William W M 19 Son S Bookkeeping GA GA SC [same as Willie E. 8 F above?];
-- Ulius W M 13 Son S GA GA SC;
-- Zula W F 10 Dau S AL GA SC;
-- Eturia W F 3 Dau S TN GA SC.


General Notes: Wife - Mary Caroline POWELL

1880 U.S. Census, Tennessee, Davidson County, 15-Wd Nashville; Series: T9 Roll: 1250 Page: 453: 146 166 AMOS Mary C. W F 40 Wd Keeping house SC VA SC; -- William W M 19 Son S Bookkeeping GA GA SC; -- Ulius W M 13 Son S GA GA SC; -- Zula W F 10 Dau S AL GA SC; -- Etruria W F 3 Dau S TN GA SC.
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Zula AMOS




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Wife Zula AMOS 1449

         Born: 15 Jan 1875 - Alabama 1449
   Christened: 
         Died: 7 Mar 1939
       Buried: 


       Father: William Thomas Jefferson AMOS (1830-Bef 1880)
       Mother: Mary Caroline POWELL (1841-1921) 1449




Children

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George AMOSS




Husband George AMOSS 2271

         Born: Abt 1864 - Georgia 2271
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         Died: 
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       Father: George B. AMOSS (      -Bef 1880)
       Mother: Elmira A. BASS (1836-1894) 1920,2271





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


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